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Bttr iM!. rx& '& -I" ' K. PC f2 p IrA. w p If.f VVi m fete . WS. . Be asy 1st . B; v. n -ri . s i'-'vW,a"l' , 305 U. S. CASUALTIES; &b ",-, fw tuaf-M- DRIVE TOLL NOW 5019 r-'x I& $;Pershing Reports Three Lists W, 57 Killed in Action. ur... W$l ' " nnd 7 Washington, Aug. 12. Three army i-Cp' -t WMUalty Hits issued today contain SOB P-s . . names, divided as follows: -yj?; jviuna in action, bj ; aiea or wounaj, kiT.v 10! died of disease. 2: died of accident L-"'jfe ' .n? ther onuses. 4; wounded severely, . '. w... ..,.. ,-. -V M....S...........V... .WW, . a tuvaing; in miction. . . & .. M-Hi4 Af ikA Ttj- w A A A frM -.stlm, f h -. A ' Tywiicu iium inu riani.uauiciiLaiiiuatuc ,drtve to 6019. The officers named in the army cas- i-uy lists were as louown; ?.. KILLED IS ACT10X Lieutenant ORriGAX. RAnX J., 13fl Tennessee arentie, I Atlantle City. N. A. ' MOUNDED SEVrUEI.Y Lieutenants ' RACHEK. JOHN. New Tork city , YvTRTIIS, CARL. WILLIAM. Brooklyn WOUNDED, DEGREE VNDETERMINED Lieutenants MERR1LU HOWARD H . Honolulu. Hawaii. TAYNTOR. CLARK O., Sll Chestnut street, Erie, r. CANN, "WILLIAM O., Savannah. Ga DOUOLASS, HARRY R., 1100 North Tark street, MeKeespart. Ii. KKARNS, THOMAS V.. 4 Lardmore street. Dorehester, r. The remainder of the army casualty lists was as follows! KILLED IN ACTION i" ferreanls BEATTT. JAMES 'm . tVnrsster. Mass. CTAYTOOU THOMAS L.. Klttanntnr. Va. OREEX.' BERNARD V , Hrilly. Oa HAMER. n OYI C. New IlrlsJitmi. Ta. , ROCHARD, HERBERT T., Somerset, Ta. SULLIVAN, rRANK 1.. Colllncdale. Pa. TATLERT, ORIE J Rochester, N. T Corporals CAUDLE. JUETT, Frankfort. Kv. COX, BTRON C . Darlington, Ind MOOAN. JOHN J., Chicago. LOCKHART. OLIVER T New Ilrlrhlon, ra. MONCRAVIE, SHIRLEY. Irln. Ill RENINOER. ARNOI-D S., Chlcnso. ROE. ELWOOD G Sum, N r STEWART, LEROV L., Ne Ilrlchton. Ta. SNYDER, HOWARD V , South Bend. Ind Trlrates ALEXANDER. ROBERT B.. Hickman. Ky ALLEN. ALONZA D., Pouehkeepsie, N Y AURITT. NATHAN, 103S Emllj street, Philadelphia, Pa. BELLOWS. CHARLES A., Framlngham Center. Mass. BLISSITT. THQMAS It . Juliette. Ga. BOSE. FRANK. Daid City, Neb BRECKENRIDOE, CHARLES S . Chicago BRIDGES. WILLIAM G., Mngness. Ark. BRZYSKI. JOSEPH. Chicago. CRAWFORD. FRANCIS J.. 2239 Titan street. Philadelphia. Pa. CRIPPEN CLAYTON W . Castleton Vt CUMMINGS. WADE. Mossy Bottom. Ky DEVLIN, JOHN JOSEPH, 618 North Markoe street, Philadelphia. IECCA. DN1EL, 1531 South Camae street, Philadelphia. TOLEY, EDW. CHARLES. Woburn. Mass. FORD. JESBE O., Bumpus Mills. Tenn. FRITH. THOMAS R.. Naalullle. Tenn. rURMAN. THOMAS J.. 1341 North Elerenth street, Philadelphia, Pa. GAI.BOS. EDW. J., Chicago. OAFFREY.. EDW. CHAS . Peru. Ind. OAVAGKAN, JAMES F 1163 South Itarlen street. Philadelphia. 'ORUNDEN. RICHARD. Brighton. Ta. HANSON, GEOKOE M.. Ostrander, Minn. HARRIS. EDW . Chicago. KEMPLIN. ARTHUR D., Athol. Mass. XING. THOMAS F.. Brookljn. LUKCT, HOWARD W., nearer. Pa. LEVESQUE. JOSEPH, Fall River. Mass. aiORRIS, WILLIAM C, Tort Lauderdale. A Fla. or IIARA. WILLIAM J.. Springfield. Mass. PERRI. LUIQI. Chicago. POWERS. DAVID W Richmond. Va. ROCHE. MICHAEL A.. Newark. N. Y. BANTA. JOHN. Whiting. Ind. flARVEB, WILLIAM 8., 700 Russell avenoe. - Johnstown, Ta. . SCHNEIDER. FRANK. Coloma"I)ch. SPIRITO. PETER. 1231 .Mercy street! Phlla-,-r delphla. w 7PTANISLAWSKI. JOSEPH. Brooklyn. WILSET. CHARLES. LhingstonvlIIe. N. Y. 20K, JOSEPH C, Osakls. Minn. DIED OF WOUNDS Sergeants .LANDZERT. NICHOLAS A., Jr.. Mount Hope. JJ. T. ," JTORKKY. LEONARD C... Grey Bull, Wjo. 'i Comorals CUNNINGHAM,' MARTIN J.. Chicago. TUCHARDSON, THOMAS M., "Newark. N. J. j .Privates KTJEnNEn. HARRY" K; 248 East Union street. Allentonn. Pa. IAVANC1IA, CHARLEY. Goueneur, N. Y. T.IEN; 'ALBERT.' Decorah, la MEEK. JOHN W., Catlettsburg, Ky. 'MORE. CHARLES S Short Cre-k. O ROS15MOEN, THEODORE. Warson, Minn DIED OF I)ISE.SE t Prfvstea MATHIEP? WALTER 1L. JCewaskum, Wis. HUEPER, BERNARD. Lindsay. Neb DIED OF ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES rrlvates AVERY. WALTER A , Qulncy Mass. 1BARTLEIN. THOMAS. Polio. Wis PICII. ARNOLD C Fort Worth, Tex. POPPLEWELL. JOHN DOBSON. Detroit, Mich. WOUNDED SEVERELY Corporal BENTLEY. OREN O., North Saugus, Mass. , Privates 'BURNS, DAVID. Merlden. Conn. JDEAN. STANLEY. Prlchard. W Va. WOUNDED, DEGREE UNDETERMINED Privates CURTIS. ARTHUR. Woonsoeket. R. I KE1LSON, WILLIAM I.., Pittsburgh. Pa. RICHARDSON. GEORGE W . Macon, Oa. TRAVONI, PAUL. Fort Des Moines, la. 4, MISSING IN ACTION J Corporal OBITER. WILLIAM. Chicago. Privates IKELLY. WILLIAM J . New York city. MORRIS. SCOTT Chandlervllle, III. PERRIN. JOHN H . Tlsgah. la. PETERS. CHARLES A.. Maahpen. Mass. PETERSON. ELMER, Lindsay. Mont. POSTIER, PHILLIP. Cleveland. O. Army List No. 2 WOUNDED, DEGREE UNDETERMINED Sergeants BILLS. TOMMY. Onterville, la BOFFARD. HENJAMINV Passaic, N. J. CAMPBELL. MARTIN H . Hint. Mich. GILBERT. CHARLE8. Saltvllle. Va. .30LIGHTLY, ARTHUR, Charleston, Mo. ORUBE. CHARLES C. Dubuque. la. nERSHMAN. LOUIS K Baltimore. Md. iLASHER, GEORUE E.. North Germantown. . N. Y. PORTER. THURLOW W.. Humeston. la. SPAUTZ. MATHEW. Dubuque. la 'WILLIAMS, WILLIAM O., Lyons. Ga. ., Dand Sergeant t, LAIRD., JOSEPH M,r Birmingham, Ala. Corporals na'ASSETT. WALDO S Franklin. Mass. 3EAR. DEWEY II., Piano, Iowa. jVl". "viii.u, jujiw ji ; uahionga, Ca. W4"K COURTNEY. IVY. Walker, La. vvrr. 1IAKRY M Jersey Cltr, N. J. DAUNT. RICHARD, Cincinnati. O. .tjFUNKHOUSER. VERNIE C, Moravia, la. OALLAOUER, OEORQB, Newtonville. Mass. OORSKY. ANTHONY. Pasadena. Cal. HENHLEY. CHESTER E . Marlon. N. C. JOHNSON. FRANK. Anchorage. Ky. .LEWIS. JOHN. Atlantle City, N. J. . LODGE. RALPH C. P . Richmond Hill. N.T. 1NOONAN, .WILLIAM J., New-York city. AirT.KTf TenprnntTp k; r a.renA. n rr;-.r' .:. . w. ' -.,..vj, uaBSs UBLAVliy. L.iiAlu.r:s u uneonta. N. Y. W2 WOUNDEDhEVEKELY iju V Sergeants $ "-JACQUES. LEO P. T Greenfleld. Mass. . ; , SMITH. EDWARD C, Macon, Ga. .T.sTPAim. DONALD. Cromwell. la. . ,';, KWILSON, VERNON". Holladay, Tenn, W'-rL Cornorala ?- i j J7 i WARRY, HAROLD G., Worcester, Mass. It i'iDAMON, WIN8L0W J Concord VUAHU,", Hi.iDi.v J,, v,uncoru junction, ), Mass. r i KAICKSO.V. OEqitOH V.. Chadron. Neb. 'JJIANEY, THOMAS SMITH, Orandrlew, W. 4 A'a, 4JLXETTE. FRANK R.. Torrlnaton, Conn. CHOUPA, JOSEPH. 'Csdsr R.rids. la. HERS. THKODORE'C,- Ban Francisco. HE. JOHN. Boaton. t, sMA,rWarwlntnr. Conn. J -i Coau. . t Containing 225 Wounded, 10 Donil nf Wmnuh 7 ...., ,. Miss! tin STANTOX. QEOROn J, Turn-r's Falls, Mass, THORNBURO. ROY E., Greenville. Mo. WHAI.EN, JOHN D . Florence, Mass. WOYSOCKI, VICTOR, Somers. Conn. Mechanic RILEY, EDWARD. Oneida, N. T. Privates BERNASCONI, JACOB F . New Britain. Conn BYALI. Ind LAWRENCE J , Columbia City. CASEY THOMAS W Reiere, Mass. CIPRIANO, THOMAS W . Waterburj-, Conn CURTIS, ALBERT. Modesto, Cal CUSHMAN. JOSEPH E., Stonlngton, Conn DAROEN, WILLIAM F . Sioux Falls, S. D. DEVtNE, WILLIAM A . New York DOLLAR. CARL M Whlti. Enrth N. D DOUCETTE. HENRY J New Britain. Conn. DUNCAN. WALTER. 22 East Main street, nrndford, Ta. l'ALLOTT, JOHN J.. 166 .Miln a.enne, Tas- sale. N. .1. FI.TNN. THOMAS J Merlden. Cnnn FRIEDMAN ALBERT M . Norfolk. Va HANNIOAN. RICHARD. Rrooklsn HEDGES THOMAS O LeaenKorth, Kan. JACEK. JACOB E Mlnonk. Ill JACOBS. MATTHEW, 75 Hudson street, Hartford. Conn. LESAOE. MOOLORIE Msjnnrd. Mass MrOOVERN. EUGENE. Urnnkbn. MrllARG. JOHN. Jersey Cltr. MADDEN. JOHN J New York city MARC-AURELE. NOEL. Worcester. Mas". MHYErt .Tnl!V A nirhmnnil 1IIM V V MASSALSKY. I.ONNIK E., Ilrackenrldgr, a, MILLER I-RED A . Monroe, Mich NOBLE. EPOAR J . Greenfield. Mass, PAYNE, LEON D. Tabscott. Va. PERL. VINCENT. Pittsburgh. Ta. RELLUR FRANK H Regal Minn. RICE, THOMXS F Pittsburgh. ROSS, RI'SSEL L Etlers. S1IEI.HAM.MER. JOHN W . Blickwcll Wis SIMPSON, GEORGE J nrockton, Mass. SKINNER. EUGENE J, Brookbn. SMITH, ntED T , Crrston. la. STOYENSKY. VINCENTE E . Russia. STRICKLAND. CHARLES H.. York. Pa. SULLIVAN. ROBERT J.. Northampton, Mass TAYLOR. JOHN. PHmouth. Mass THOMPSON, ORAL O . Birlser la WHITLOW ALBERT L . HudKlns, Ky. YOUNG JAMES H . Jackson. 1 A1NOARELLO, FRANK P Everett. Mais HOUNDED, DEGREE UNDETERMINED Sergeants rillLLlPS, LAWRENCE. Oneida. Tenn. SAWYER. ROBERT L.. Creston. la SHORE JAMES. Cave-In-Rock, III KOZLIK. RUDOLPH A . New York. Corporals ATHERTON THOMAS J Banbury, Conn GAMBLE, RUPERT W Winterset. la IVIE. THOMAS W . Alto. Ga. KUBALA LADD J, Granger. Tex MASTERS CLARENCE E Sjracuse. N T ROBINSON, FRANKLIN, f-an Francisco RI'DENIA. JOHN. Springfield. Vt RUTOSKY, ADAM J. racue. N Y, YORK. RANDELL L . Glddlngs. Tex. Mechanic McCANNON, LAWRENCE L., Piano, la. Privates DOMENICK. ALNIO. Brooklyn CHENOWETH. ORVAL. Pes Molns, la. rnwr"T t.-v jntrr ii,.m.. GRAHAM. JAMES B , Brooklvn HART. HENRT F New Tork city JEGLUM. CLARENCE J . Toronto. S D KIMBALL. MIIRLET A . Clear Lake. la. KULHAYI. JULIUS. Bridgeport onn. MrGOWAN. NILE A Do Soto. la MARTIN, ALFRED. Acu'hnet.'Mass MARTIN, GEORGE Acushnet. Mass. MUSSO. VICTOR. Santa rrur, Cal NELSON. HENRY. Boston Mass OEI.ES. PIH-ER P., 1815 North street. Philadelphia. PEPPERMAN, GEORGE W., Jersej- Shore, Pa. PETERSON. FRED J.. Somervllle, Mass. ROSE. JOSEPH C . Irvington, Cal. SALVAS, ARTHUR. Pawtucket, R. I. SCHIFF, LAWRENCE. New York city. SCHLITTLER, FREDERICK H.. New Tork city ' .. 'SHORT. HOWARD A . Chandlervllfil 111 SORENSEN. AXEL T . Cedar rails; It STANFORD JESSIE. Eunice. La STAN1HCRY. JOSEPH S Newark, '. J. STOUT. HOMER. Key. Ark. WALLACE. WESLEY. Antwsrp, N. T. WALSH. LYLE J .. -Mason City. la. YOUNO. HAULEY E . Dm Moines-. la. ZAI-OI.SKI, WII.I.IAVI, frhenandonb, Pu. Mechanic HOLM, GEORGE, Ctlnton. la, Trlrates IJEDDOW. ABE, Boonton. N. .1. BENNINO, BOB, Manchester, Ga. CATTRINA. JOHN, Cincinnati. CHANDLER, ZAC A . ChicaBO CORCORAM. JOHN J . Baltimore. COSTRAR. JOHN, Hartford. Conn. COTTINOHAM JOHN P . Newport. Ky. CRYAN. ITtANK M .N York city, DM.FONSO. Al.KX M)KK, 801 North Mnth street, Philadelphia. DAVISON. DANIEL. New York city DAWSON RAYMOND S Newport. Ky DELLUAMO NAZZERENO. Sjracuse. N Y. DEWEESE. RAYMOND O Carrollton, Ky. DICICCO. LIO Detroit Mich DICKERSO.V. HENRY VV , Culloden, Ga. DlGEN.ARO, JOSEPH. New York city. DlLPORT HENRY W . St Louis. DOHERTY JAMES W , Cambridge. Mass. DOJOWSKI. JOHN. Brooklyn. DQNABEDLVN, KRIKER S., Fall River, Mass. DUCHARME, RODERICK. Tascoar. n. I. DUNLAVEY, TOMMIE, Macon. Oa DYKES, ROBERT H.. Eastman. Ga. FALLITCA, THOMS. Newark. N. J. FKSI.ER. JAMES W.. 631 Kelker street. Ilarrlsburs. Pa. FIELDS. VINCENT. Dorchester. Mass. FONTENOT. IX)UIS, Chatalenler. La. FREEMAN. ROY L . Fontalnelle. III. GALLOPS, GEORGE E . Box Springs, Ga. GENTRY. VERSTEL J.. Van Alstjne. Tex. (IlQl'ERE. JOHN, Holyoke, Maes. GIORDANO, POSTER, New York tlty GLASS. WILL. Macon, Ga. GRANGER, JOHN F . Springfield, Mass GRIFdN. JOSEPH J . Nashwauk, Minn 1IALLIGAN. WILLIAM J . Rosedalf N Y HEWITT. WILLIAM T. Sjracuse, N T IIOFFECKKB, JOHN J.. Mlddlrtown. Del. HOLIAND, CHARLES II . Raunsavllie. Miss HOUSE. ROBERT I,.. Hamilton. O. JENS, ARTHUR. Milwaukee JOHNSON, VIRGIL. Norwood, Ga. KINO. JAMES A Cincinnati KING. SIDNEY N Bethune. S C Ivt'EHNE. JOHN. Manitowoc Wis LAUBENSTEIN. ANDREW, Hawjer Wis LEER, CLARENCE E . Columbia. City, Ind. LEON. JOSEPH. Brim, N Y McDONALD. JOHN R . Jordan. Mont. MORDECOWITZ. BARNET. New York city. MOSLE, ERNEST. Richmond Hill. N. Y. NESSLBECK, OTTO. Palsne. Tex NOBLE. JOHN E . Loekeba Okla. O'KEEKE. TIMOTHY. New York. POPE, RALPH H Ljnn. Mass. POWERS. JOSEPH E.. Fall River.. Mass. PROCTOR. MAURICE. Ottumwa. Is. RAHLEWA. MIKE. Brookljn. ROTH. BENJAMIN. Newport, Ky. SASH. JOSEPH. Grafton, N. D. SILTAMAKI. CHARLES O., Elk Mountain. Wyo. SISAK. RUDOLPH F ', Smllhvllle, Tex. SNETTJNG. HENRY B . Cyrus. Minn. STAPLETON. TLEM. Palntsvllle. Ky. STEIN. GEOROE, New York. STOUT. HOMER S . Fertile, la. 8TRINOER. RUD1B. Muncle. Ind fcZI'MATOinCZ. K.Z.MIER. Dalsytown, P. TEMPJ.B, WILLIAM. New Ilrltaln. Conn TUNING. CHARLES It., Mason City. la. TYLMAN STANLEY. Cnlcatro. WATICINS. JOSEPH F.. Jackson. Ga. WATSON. OLEN, Mystic, la. WOOD, ARTHUR O . Nsw York. WORLEY CHARLES W . St Joseph. Mo. YARYAN. RALPH W , Clarlnrda. Ind ZIPPERLE, HENRY A., Tulare, Cal. TWO LANCASTER BOYS KILLED IN BATTLE Lancaster. r., Aug. II, Private Lin. coin Bchlott, of Lincoln, one of Lancaster County's first draftees, fighting In the (me company with his twin brother, has been killed In action, and another local boy has been killed and three oth ers wounded .according to War Depart ment telegrams received today. The other death Is that of James Mc Blierrj. brother of Mrs. Ida Weber, of this city. The severely wounded boys are Cornoral Herbert F Gebhardt. nf ih marines: Private. Levi Miller, of. Kph rata, and Private Andrew Cogley, of this , Jetty, Coder saw service on the border. i EVENING flNG J?TJBLIC '' " . ' . ' ' ' PERSHING HEADS U. S. FIELD ARMY Commands New Organiza tion Comprising Five American Corps STEP IN CO-ORDINATION Other Bodies to Be Construct ed From Our Force of 1,300,000 Men . By the Associated Press With the American Army In France, Aug. 12. Organization of the, first American field army of five corps has been com pleted. The army will be commanded by General Terslilnp and, It Is under stood, will operato In the are.i north of the Marne from which the Germans have been drhen out. The American dMslons which participated In that drle have been under French command, but are now Included In the First Army. General 1'ershlnjr, who retains his post ns chief of the American expeditionary forces, after a time may relinquish the command of the First Army, but possibly not until the organization of a Second Army Is well under way. It Is not anticipated that the creation of the First Army will see any decrease In the spirit of co-operation. While the Americans have operated under the higher command or the French And Brit ish recently, the French had served un der American corps commanders and It Is expected this Interchange will con tinue. A great American force will be brought under American command, but under orders of the EOnerallsslmu, Jl.ir bhal Foch. The army contains five cons, com manded by Major Generals Liggett, l!ul- uru, uunay, need and Wright. Each corps Is composed of several di visions, with each division Including 30, 000 troops of all arms, while the corps In addition will have Its complement of auxiliary troops, Rupply troops, jlr tquadrons. tanks and heavy artillery. It is understood that other ar mies will be formed shortly In view of the recent Washington announcement that l,300,00i) American troops already had sailed for France. WOODEN DRYDOCKS HERE ARE FAVORED Three of Floating Type Meet Emergency Fleet Corpora tion's Approval Three wood floating drydoeks are the types favored by the Emergency Fleet Corporation for construction along 'be Delaware Kher, It was announced this afternoon by Charles Plez, vice presi dent Immediate construction of one of these drydoeks at Gfoucester Is planned. Of the two other, docks, Mr. I'lez announced that should the graving dock, or per manent type, be finally decided upon, he would) urgfl Ihe- be(rons'rurted lit Leaguf Island and 'operated under the supervision of the 'Navy Department. Arrangements such ns planned at Norfplk. where two docks are being con structed at the navy yard there, could fco made, ho Raid. Frlvate Interests are to be permitted to use these docks when ever naval craft are not docked there. The Liberty Dry Dock Company has submitted a proposal to build a steel dry dock at. Gloucester. Mr IMez stated he believed the proposition would be t ejected so far as the steel Is-concerned, as an avaiiame steel is needed for the bhlpyards. Labor and steel required, he said, uould be equivalent to construe. Hon of two vessels. A wood dock would answer the purpose, and would last from fifteen to twenty years. The floating tjpe dock can be built much quicker and costs about to per cent less tnan the graving tpe. WILL FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS Phjsicians and Nurses Will Aid Work Among Negroes Plans were completed today for a cam paign of education among negroes In fnuaneipnia to check the spread of luoercuiosis. 'me work will be under the direction of physicians and nurses In co-operation with the Philadelphia tuber, culoss. The work will be under the di rection of physicians and nurses In co operation with the Philadelphia tuber- cuiosis committee. The campaign vvlll start Thursday night with a mass-meeting at McCoac:i Playgrqund, Catherine and Seventeenth streets The meeting will be addressea by Dr Elmer H. Funk. Jefferon Medical College: Dr. Henry M. Mlnton, Henrv Phlnps Institute, Dr II It Wright. Jr., editor of the Christian Recorder, and Dr John P. Turner medical Inspector, public schools. There will be music and several educational motion-picture films. An effort will be made to have train ing1 schools for negroes established. Members of the committee In charge of the work are Isadore Martin, Dr. T. Spotuas Burvvcll, A. L Manley, Mrs. A. W Blackvvell and Dr Algernon B. Jack ton. Arrest Man Near War Plant Clarence Brooks, thirty-seven years old. of 6231 Walnut street, was arrested last night after attempting to scale an Iron fence Inclosing the manufacturing plant of, Louis Walther, at Torresdale avenue and N street. He could give no satisfactory account of himself and will do givrn a. Hearing: inisi morning. wai ther's plant Is engaged in the manu- facture of cloth for the Government. DOYLESTOWN SOLDIER FINDS ENEMY CRUEL AND COWARDLY Sergeant Samuel E. Spare Writes of Girl Whose Eyes Were Gouged Out and Germans' Chained to Machine Guns A striking presentation of conditions at. the front is given in letters sent to friends' within the last few days by Sergeant Samuel E. Spare, a Doyles town soldier. He tells of se"elng victims of German "Kultur," of machine gunners chained to the guns, of the Germans' fear of the bayonet and sums it all In this phrase "Hell must be a peace, ful place when compared to this mesa over here," "We stayed the other night at a chateau kept by an old French woman," says Spare. " talked with a twelve-year-old girl and the Huns had gouged out both he eyes and cut off her right hand, at was the granddaughter 'af the old lady. The Huns had captured the mother I do not need to say why and then they had mutilated the kiddle.'' "Narly all the machine Jrunaera of LEDGEE-PHIIADELPHIA. MONDAY, II. II I. .1 , i 111! I. I. ,..., I . I . I II, I I . On Today's Co$e&8l'b- dBikc ToMvCoPOLLA-"b:EARLGROonN' IRANCttjCRAwrORD- 5TEPHEM FT FfYAN 11 Philadelphians Die on Battlefield Continued from Tare One with whom he made his homo. "I know that ho was facing the enemy when he fell." Trlvate ntbnn Aurltt, killed In nc-' tlon. enlisted In the old Third Regiment, X. G P. In April, 1917, and went to Camp Hancock Last May he sailed for Franco with the regiment now known as the 110th U. S. Infantry Aurltt lived at 1035 Umllv street and vvas eighteen years old at the time of his enlistment. A brother, Kamuel rt. Aurltt Is a mem ber of the naval reserves. Private. Francis .1. Crawford, killed In action July IS, lived with his parents at 2220 Titan street. He vvas twenty-two years old and had been a member of the old Third Regiment, Pennsylvania Na tional Guard for three jears previous to this country's entering the war. Later this regiment was merged with the 110th Infantry. National Army. He was as signed to Company B. An older brother, Thomas, Is In Company A, and so far has escaped Injury. "Our boys certainly did put up a fight against those Dutch, didn't they?" said joung .Craw ford's father today. "If tiiey all fight like that this war will soon bo over." ' "We are proud of our boy," said his mother "He died like a. man. Hut," Fho added while tears came vo her eyes; "I hope our other son Is spared to us. It would be too much to lose both of them." Private .Innues F. GaTachan, reported killed In action July IB, lived with his widowed mother at 1105 South Darlen street. No official notification of his death has reached the house yet, and until It comes her daughter will net Inform Mrs. Gavaglian that James has been reported dead. Mrs. Gavaghan Is sick, and the daughter feared the news of her son's death might have serious consequences. Private John Joseph Devlin, killed In action July 11, was twenty-seven years old and enlisted in July, 1017, In the old First Regiment, N G. P He was assigned to Company A. commanded by Captain Walter Geartv. killed early In July. Devlin lived with his widowed mother at 618 North Markoe street. He was a painter. Solemn renulm mass will be celebrated for him on Wednes day morning at the Church, of Our Mother of Sorrows, Forty-eighth street and Lancaster avenue, Prliate Daniel Feeea, killed in, action, enlisted In the old Third Regiment, N. G. P.) last September, was later trans ferred to Company B, of the lODth In fantry, national army, and went to Franco In May. His two brothers. Charles and Qulrlco, are members of the same regiment Annllo Fecca, father of the dead poldier. today said that he received a letter from Daniel on Au gust 6. "He was well and happy when the letter was written," said Fecca, "but must have been slain a few days later" Fecca. was a bollermaker. Bugler loodridge was killed in action on July 16, the same day 'that Captain Waller Gearty. of this city, fell while leading his men. News of ills death was received by his mother, Mrs. Delia Goodrldge, ye sterday.The message said the bugler, who was nineteen years old. died because of his devotion to his cap tain. Captain Gearty was officially re. ported killed some time ago. Goodrldge enlisted two years ago and saw service on tho Mexican border. Previously he had been a member of tho Wanamaker cadets. Kcrgeant Clianoff, killed in action. was a native of Russia. He' was killed July 20. Six years ago he came to this country and settled in New York, but a few months later he moved to this I ., cl1' He was a member of the Six. teenth New York Infantry, having en- the boche are chained fast to their guns. It Is a case of fight or die and it pretty nearly means die. When a man haa t6 be chained fast to his gun it sure Indicates the morale is weaken ing and there Is little heart left for iighting,- "The djrty Huns don't like cold steel, and the American's sure 'have them guessing. -They don't like It when cold steel is flashed in their faces up gp their hands, and Jt's the 'kamerad' chorus first thing. "The Huns haven't gained an Inch. In stead they've been thrown back all along the line with terrible losses. "Don't worry about mV Tn coming through all right and coming back to the rood old United State. l'l be tha citlten that ntr paid hie twe" - jiiusi pBciui, peaceapie, puxs-invint. JmU HmkS. n F HVHtSillBsTBBBi Roll of Honor JGM allllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllB I NKB-ro,N,"Bomw.- Nathan a v itt- Daniel Fecca- v,v ..-V '. iJ WZS;&&&St-'i&i PRIVATE HOWARD E. HOAG of 61 Norlh b'Wticlli slrcet, who was wounded in tho American "Big Pu1i,' but who fairly thrives on a diet of gunpowder, accord ing to a cheerful letter written tincc his admission to a base hos pital listed three years ago. His parcntB are still living In Russia. Lieutenant Ilender, reported wounded, Is the son of Daniel H, Bender, comp troller of the finance division of the Kmergency Fleet Corporation, who re sides at the Lenox Apartments, Thir teenth and Spruce streets, with Mrs. Bender. The family formerly lived in Jersey City. Lieutenant Bender's pa rents have been expecting him home for several weeks, having heard he was wounded Ho vvas In the Fifth Regiment. U S. M. C. Frank Corbln Killed Trlrate Frnnk Corbln, of tho Seven teenth Company, Fifth Regiment, Ma rines, reported killed In action ,a few days ago, lived at 1S23 South Twenty fourth street. Instead of 1823 South Fourth street, ns listed by the War De partment. Later It was learned that a telegram from the War Department, sent to the Fourth street address, had been undelivered becauso no such family was there. He was thirty-two years' old, en listed August C, 1917, and had been in France since last January Ho was home In a furlough Tranksglving D.iy. A few days ago his mother, Mrs. Bern j ,- ui AAAu i ... i.ti.,.. .nn. iirU UlUlll, icidtcu lu :ii.iii """, him. In one lie said that he couldn't write much as he was badly In need of rest and that his commanding officer, who would have to censor the letter, ab-o was badly In need of rest. Corporal Cobaush Missing (orpornl Cubnugh, twenty-four jears old. of Company M, 109th Infantry, re ported missing, enlisted In the First Regiment last May and shortly after was sent to l-'rance. Before entering the army he was engaged In the advertising business. His father, Edward S. Cobaugh, de clared he was glad his boy had done his duty "What he didn't finish In killing Ger mans some of our other brave boys will. I'm glad I'm the father of a hero In stead of a slacker," he said. The last letter received from the boy was written on July 12, three days be fore he was reported missing. Young Cobaugh told of the hard fighting, but the thing that seemed to impress him most was the fact that he had not had time to wash his face for a week. Trlvate Brooke Wounded Trlvate Brooks, nineteen years old, en listed in July, 1?17, and vvas Bent to (Jamp Hancock, Augusta, Oa. Ho was assigned to Company C, 109th Infantry, and sailed for France about three months ago. Brooko vvas an employe of the Philadelphia Electric Company previous to his enlistment. His mother. Mrs. William Brooke, has been an Invalid for several years. When she received the message from W'asb Ington yesterday telling her that her son had been wounded she suffered a severe shock, and the services of a phy sician were required. Lieutenant Moan, of Merchantville, N. J , has been reported by the Inter national Red Cross at Geneva, Switzer land, to be a prisonerIn Camp Rastett, Germany. No official advice from Wash. Ington has been received up to the pres ent time Lieutenant Sloan Is twenty five jears of age and resided with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sloan. He enlisted In Company K, First In fantry, N. G. P., In September. 1912, and continuously served with that organiza tion as private, corporal ana sergeant. He vvas made lleutepant shortly before the reglmejit left for the Mexican border In 1916. Captain J. B. Cousart, of the 109th i JwBfp LTlSt fr1nEBBtTw?lfT The kind o! people who have helped make ' the Ritz popular this Sum mer are just as different from the usual as the Rpof itself is different from other roofs. It can't be defined you must come up and expe rience It. jpSaaBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSaei 3sT4itsTSBSHHHsbsBBsV 'AlttGTJST " 12; 1918 ! I ! I ., . , I I I Infantry, captured during tho heavy fighting along the Marne between. July 15 and 18, was nn acting major when taken prisoner. He Is now in a deten tion cdmp near the Swiss border, , Captain Coufa'rt ha'd been A member In the old First Regiment. N. O. P., since 1906 'and had risen from private. JVhen'was was declared ho reported at once.' He was sent to Camp Hancock with "tho ! rest of the regiment and went overseas in May of this year. lid made his home with his 'wife and two children at 5034 Willow avenup, and was commander of the Boys' Brlgado of St. Francis de Sales' Church, Forty seventh street and Klngsesslng avenue. Ho-was-a civil engineer arid a graduate of the Central Manual Training School and the Droxel Institute. "Captain Cousart fought until he could fight 'no longer and It took four Ger mans to capture him at that, wrote Sergeant Bowers, of the captains com pany, in a letter to Mrs. Coursart. All the Philadelphia boys did their bit gamely and fought like veterans, added the sergeant. Private Peter r. 0le. reported wounded on July 18, vvas a Russian by .birth, but had been in this country seven years and was naturalized. He. was drafted last September and went to France in May of this year with the 110th Infantry. An older brpthor. Andren Ozles, works In Baldwins. The brothers had no relatives In this country. They made their home at 1815 North street. , Misstrial Denied in 5th Ward Case Continued from l'ae One O'Connor, city detective. Sam Maloncy had told O'Cbnnor, Flnley testlned, that FInley had no connection with the Fifth Ward affair. Four former agents of the Law and Order Society, corroborated testimony of D. Clarence Glbboney about an al leged visit to the society's offlce of "Jimmy" Clark, the day before the primary. Seven minutes after the defense ended Ub sur-rebutual. Assistant District At torney Taulane began the Common wealth's opening address to tho Jury. Tnninnn mild the dofenso as "ndmlt- tlngw what can't be denied, nnd after that explaining away their criminality. He said he placed the word of "Carey, a practical politician," against that of the Mayor, and asked the jury if they be lieved Hie mayor was iitunii m . Fifth Ward election, as he said he was. Taulane charged the city admlnlstra- i ,v.inimr the. Mavor. his Cabinet officers and place holders, with wielding Its Influence ror tho vare incuon m ti. winii Ward contest. The Assistant District Attorney read lengthy extracts -.,.,. .ha kn-riilled "Carey letter' to show Mavor Pmlth had advance Infor mation of Fifth Ward conditions. HEARING FOR WOMAN IN RIOT Negress Faces Charge of Wountl etlPoliceiuan Tomorrow Mrs. Adella White Bond, negress at tached to Probation Court, will have a hearing before Magistrate Baker tomor row on a charge of assault and battery with Intent to kill. She was arrested on a warrant sworn out by Joseph Kelly, who was bhot dur ing tho South Philadelphia, race rioting several days ago. , ..... tinrwl wtinsn hmnn is at JUob Kllsvvorth street, Is said to have fired a revolver after a crowd had surrounded and stoned her house. Kelly fell after tho shot was fired. Rioting which fol lowed cost the lives of four persons and resulted In Injury to fifty others. PIEZ'S OLD TITLE RESTORED General Manager of Fleet Cor poration Known as Such Charles Plez has again been named general manager of tho Hmergency Fleet Corporation. At the time of tho ap: polntment of Charles M. Schwab as di rector general, Mr. Plez resigned his title as general manager and retained only that of vlco president In charge of construction. Mr Plez. however, continued to handle .v, 'mo Atnlls nf tho, cornoration. Ills appointment as general manager merely 11 .... Jill . lt-il Itnn AvIatAM I ,.iw.nia :i cnndltinn that has existed - """ - - , - . - - - - ---V--. .,. .n,nllnn The reauju-nnieni. oi mo u6n..,.iv,.. of tho corporation, In addition to naming Mr. IPez general manager, confirms Howard t;ooniey as vice preuunii m charge of administration, subect to the jmanagerlal direction of Mr. Plez. Young Daniels to Be Midshipman Annapolis, Mil.. Aug. 12. Joseph Daniels, Jr., of thjs city, son of Com mander Joseph Daniels. U. S. N.. aid to Secretary of the Navy Daniels, will enter the naval academy as a member of the next class of midshipmen. Ho has passed his physical examinations. MEADE'S HOTEL The Home of Mexican DlaheiL Thoss real Hnt Tamales (In corn husks) and delicious Chill Con Came. Served Day and Nlcht. GEO. G. MEADE, 9th & Simon St. Can You Swim? JOIN THE Y. M. C. A. You're missinp; a lot of fun if you can't. Come in nnd let our instructors teach you how. Then, on these hot days, you can keep fresh and cool. Start today. Men and Boy Central Branch, 1421 Arch St. Men, Boy, Women and Girs West Branch, S2d and Samom The water it alwaye clean and cool it' filtered. lEliJlljlJlXJtililjIH MB . ',. ! II i , , L C0LLINGDALE LOSES FIRST FIGHTING SON Father Proud But Heart- Broken When Sergeant Sullivan Falls Sergeant Frank F. Sullivan, reported Itllled in aotlon in today's casualty list, was the first soldier from' Colllngdale, Delaware County, to fall fighting the Germans. ' "WTten I haven't time to write you'll know I'm busy doing my bit for the cause." That was the last word his parents received from him. Tho letter came nearly two months ago. Sullivan was thlrty-one years old and belonged to Company F, 109th Infantry. "He did his bit nnd did It bravely, 1 know," declared the father thlB after- noon with a choke In Ills olce. ''He wns that kind of a lad. Proud of him? Why, he couldn't do other than offer his services when his country needed him. But our Joy has gone with him. "God bless the lad he was a gbod on to his fnther and to his country. He vvas one of the first to go from Col llngdale, moro than a jear ago, nnd ho Is tho first of the neighborhood boys to glvo his life for his country." Mrs. Sullivan treasures a letter writ ten May 12, Mothers' Day. "If I get back I'll have lots to tell," wroto Sergeant Sullivan. "Tell some some of the fellow-3 to enlist In the In fantry because I haven't seen one that I knew. Is Francis still a Boy Scout? Of course wo don't need those fellows, but teH him to continue tho good work." Francis is the fourteen-year-old half brother, the only other child In the famllv. He has kept up ills scout work and wishes he were old enough Immedi ate! yto take his brother's placo In France. . ANOTHER HOT WAVE New Torrid Spell Coining Hu midity Reaches 100 Moro hot weather is bearing down on this city and probably will land here tomorrow. High humidity enveloped the clly to day. At 8 o'clock, when the Weather Bureau took Its first reading, the humi dity vvas at the maximum of 100 per cent, at 10 o'clock It had dropped to 64. Tho hot wave headed here was sweep ing up the Ohio Valley today, with Indi cations that temperatures near 100 de grees would be registered at many points. Steam Destroys Sight Percy S. ttorlng, a Pennsylvania Rail road machinist, lost an eyo when steam from holltng coffee blew In his face when he lifted the lid. Boring has filed a claim for compensation. Mann & dilks 1102 CHESTNUT STREET Our One Sale Each Year Keeps Our Stock New About M Price Automobile Dusters, 1.00, 1.50 Neckwear.. . 50c 2.00 2.25 Silk Hose 1.25 2.50 Bathing Pant 1.85 2.00 Union Suits 1.00 5.00, 6.00 Silk Shirts 3.75 5.00 Silk Fibre Shirts 3.25 5.00 White Silk Shirts 3.25 2.50, 3.00 Silk Stripe Shirts . . . . 1.85 25.00 Tvrol Wool Overcoats 7.00 White Flannel Pants , 16.00 White English Cricket Flannel Pants. Mann & Dilks 1102 CHESTNUT STREET EBsraFysrffltiSHCv I. tang Men Mr. Employer, if need mechanics, teamsters, laborers, menv of any trade, you -vVill get them with the least delay and expense if you will maJteT your offer in the Help Wanted columns of this newspaper. An army of readers searches our Want Ad pages daily, eagerly, hunting for the opportunity to sell their ' time and talent at the best price. Put your Want Ad in this paper today. ON ESSENTIAL WORK t There Are Openings for All Kinds of -Skilled and Unskilled Labor HELP THE GOVERNMENT See Pagek 15 and 16 v. t ' -.Jr . ? ' .' yij s'-;n, 7-f "-;-, -i ;Y I';'; "IjiaTg man ARnirf mabbV inntn ,""r , r""T Touching Live Electric Wire F., tul Grief Prostrates Fiance t George drecnhalgh, twenty-four years old. 231 North Third street, Camde, employed as an electrician at Hog Island, . was killed by electricity-last night, when"' , lie carte Into contact with an exposed :, wire. j 4 Orecnhalgh was to have been married vi next month to Miss Elva Jennings', at.i whoso homo in Camden he boarded.. ThoS young woman was prostrated by .his t death. v -' Enemy Alien Held for AssaultV Charged with aggravated assault -and! '' battery and carrying concealed weapons,1 Wllhelm Schneider, twenty-nine years' ' old, of Scranton, an enemy alien. 4ttau arrested this morning at Olney avenue and North American street and was held on 1000 ball for hearing beforo-iU Magistrate Pennock at City Hall. " I ; ; " ,5j Lansing Back at Post Washington, Aug. 12. Secretary "Lan sing returned today to his duties in the State Department, after a three -weeks' vacation spent at Watertown, N. Y,- .M1 How Much Does He Weigh? - Do you know the rigDt way to brush those ins' teeth? How to ventilate the nursery, and what arc the first symptoms of mumps? There is no mother so wsc but will get something, val uable from the Infant Hy giene Department in The Delineator. It is in charge of a baby specialist, whoAvill be glad to answer any of ydur questions. Delineator The Magazine In ' One Million Homes ssK. . .Wf V IsssH Golf Coats, Bath Gowns, Raincoats, Etc. 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