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iW ' .- . v.-.tr-,. -, . . v,;r W!,- ,y."f -v r,, ';;r T a''' . ,.yfc. 77 A . tSTrn-VTl'-VTrt T1TTT1T T T 1STrWT riTTTT TSITIV T1TTT nil-rV- - . ,-,-V'. . . ,ri " . ' . V" .C "JM rv." ?v ?'f jEiVJiuNixMj JL-Uiiuiu juiiijJKrixxiiuiiLUJjji'jaj, TJU.UltfSUA.1, .AUbrUST Uli. lyio X'1 Wi- T j , -y MEN MISSING sv-r CASUALTY LIST tal of 194 Names An- .jounced by War Depart ment Today 196 OF THEM WOUNDED leven Reported as Killed in '... . . v- . if?, Action. Six Diners JJvinsr F' O SK- Si1 irfe of Hurts B Washington, Aug. 32. The amv .nsimltv list tnarie nnhllf tcr today by the War Department ron- S',t.lns 134 'names The list for publlca- tiC-lton in newspapers of this morning ron- &V? Mined 202 names, makinir the totnt .197. yivjFoday.'s list for evening papers Is divided siJU-JM fYtllnwa. j&fcKiH4 In action 11 S-vMlssIne In action Tl ,"? ounaert severely i fW-'TM of wounds hw " ' s: " "" r i' .. 'S&S Serjeant '- MXAniTR. HARRY J.. SOU Woodland nre- ", .,nue. Philadelphia. 1 . T? Corporals i. ABfe EDTVAnD. Milwaukee. Wis. fs, BE SPAIN". HARRY II . Sparta. Ill i , rrlvntes c AMEnro, Qll.RRRTI. Sprlnnfleld, Mass. '.COOKnn. ORonaE. Indianapolis. Ind. DtTVALTj. EARL. Kankakee. 111. w PEARSON AtlTItl'Il J . Ch-inute, Kan. PHILLIPS. CLIFFORD Y., Bronx. Wo. - POETTRRIN'a EDWARD, Cincinnati. O. TAYLOR. JACK II 'VVelaer. Idaho TEMPLE. HERMAN U.. Kempton. N. D. died op wounds Conioral I BRADLEY, CLARENCE I . Columbus. Wis. Mechanic ,HEISE. HARRY, Owosso. Mich. Privates "tHLLIGAN'. EARL rilll.IP. Camp Douglas, Wisconsin. , SCIIULTE. JOSEPH Richmond. Minn. TACKETT, LEONARD. Mielbv Clap, Kr. iTOMCZAK. CHESTER, Milwaukee. Wis WOUNDED SEVERELY (. Colonel .McCLOSKET. MAM'S, Fort Myer. Virginia. Lieutenants ' .BUTTS. EDGAR R . Lyon, Miss. ,,DEMPSEY GREGORY W , TorMffp. Wis. rEEGEL. JOHN II . Merlden. Conn GIRARD. JOHN FREDERICK. Ionia Mich. JMcCLURE, ROBERT BATTEY, Plfdmont, Cal. MURRAY. WILLIAM L., Ensf Oranse, X. J. y iers:cantH UTTTJTTWAnn TOTIV .T tnnrnp Wis. 3h. T1TKXEI nniJIY IITIIIM1 Itdrahnn. Wis. rJst. 'TCT.nfT 'inirv 'nranA TtnnMs Mlrh 'fcSl LEE. JAMES J , Wllllmnntlc. Conn. : 3 aitui uuui) titxnt-'. jtin-'iji'i MARTIN. CARIES. Ashcvllle. X. C. JIicKrinsON. cr.n.M EVRON Coloma. Mich. K-bJ NlETERINQ, HENRY. Grand Haven. Mich. &? HCIim.TZ ALBERT. Walllncford. Con. SULLIVAN. TRANK R.. Hartford. Conn. '. VAN OSTEN, CHARLES, Marjsvllle. Cal. IK& a N. Y. S IBENNETT. GEORGE, Jollet, III. IV,, BURROWS. GEORGE S.. Marlborough. B BUTLER. JOHN D , McCook. NeD. 6E5f CULVER. TAt'L E.. Re.l Oak. la. irjv" AsvxLtrj. riM,.i.in v. .vm juin Mij. iSKft 'ORCBNE. JOSEPH. New York city. KltFlP KENNETH It. Cornlnll. la. PviJIANai. MIKE. New York city. ? SJOORB. JAMES. Allentown. Ga. Ra? -PALADAS. JOHN. Nashua, N It. ,POAKEAUT. UEOHUB. Mir vorK cuy. .RIVAS. SANDALIO. Helton. Tex. :iTRPHP'snv vnnTnv n.. Clearfield. la. rrr --.v;-..v .i.-v:- .; ,. Sf-.. WRABLEWSKI GEORGE. Chlcaito. - GARDNER. WILLI UI I... ISIS North n. Twentieth trr-t. IMliladelphla. w k r nn irtrmi'T k T ttnl.fl.,1,1 Til lie MOON. 'WOODY C 'Bedford. la.' jfe' .ROBERTS, HARRY E.. Pawnee. Okla. ?&:' -iismvrc iv Aninv Rkx-j .,.... . jjieuiennniH V BAKER. AUDREY U. Norfolk, Va. .McARTHUR. JOHN A.. Fremont, XeB. Sergeant i . - sV FYE. FRANK E., Kocnester. . I. Bft Corporals i? eertV T HtnrttT UartfAnl fnnn . t&tiJjnt Ani. ... . , u., .w..... COOK. CLUSTER CUMMINGS. Wonego, W. t-MELLOR. OEORQE E., Lowell, Mass. Under ' l nAmm, T?rttnT n lt..M.n rnnn :a f("r":"'. ". ., .v. .u.., .- i-rivaiea KSf'VjBARNICLE, JOSEPH E.. Natlck, Mass. SROTI.ES. JULIAN S.. Atlanta. Ua. SqARLIN, JAMES ANTHONY. Woodhaen. N. Y m 4" COOPER. ROBERT E.. Karris. la. ,:3 COX, WILLIE V . walesku, ua. iF'iCOZZENS. RALPH J.. WcbBter Mass. StCREAN. WILLIAM. Worcester. Maes. 3CRONIN. JAMES L.. Boston. Mass, Lrr-DAHLQUIST. OEOKUts viincnesier, fV i Mase. r- t - tent . fc.'t'V TrtUX? fl IV riA a I r AT a txi'li DOULIN. THOMAS 1. Newbumh. N. Y. 'Jf -nnniiiN GF.onOE E.. St. Johnsbury. Vt. SS&; EARLS. WILLIAM J., Hartford. Conn. Mr.'- FOuARTY. jambh J., liaritora. uonn. S nnKnErk'E. CHARLES. East St. Louis. HI. JUSTESEN. WALTER O., Bridgeport. Conn. LONG. JOSEPH G . Lima, O. ' ' MEEKER, CLARENCE G., Sanor Hook. Conn. HEVR. JOHN DEI'RKZi S017 South Eighth Casualties Among American Troops ARMY Killed In action 11 4,140 Died of wounds 6 1,221 Died ot disease 0 1,577 Died of accident and otlier causes 0 700 Total deaci 7.C3S 10,370 2.072 20,080 S!j5 1.S5S Wounded in action.. IOC Missing in action (In cluding prisoners). . 71 Total 1D4 .MARINES Deaths 0 Wounded 0 Missing In nction.... 0 In hands of enemy. . 0 Total to date 0 Grand total 104 2.S0G 21'.886 ALL ARMY OBJECTORS TO BE SENT TO MEADE riSHER, HARLI3Y. Marlon. Mich. PUCHH, JOHN. Tomah, Wis GltANTIN. HERMAN. Chicago. JENKINS, COLIE I.., Mnnxllelil. I'n. JOHNSTON. EDWARD S., Vlndex, Garrett County, Md, KELLS, CHESTER A.. Santa Fc. Kan. KOGOWSKI. IIENOOK. Detroit, Mich. KNICKERIIOCKER, DON WILLIAM. Quln- cy. Mass. , IVNDINE. JOSEPH. Plltsnld Mass. LONGCORE. LOUIS. l!ltel. Mich. 8NEAD. JOHN J. Tiro. Va. STYITO. JOSEPH, SeMnour, Conn. SYUINCR'SKI, ADAM. Thom.iston, Conn. oi-nii:i, deckei; vMtr.ri:ioi!NK Scree inps IlERCHARDT VICTOR V. . St Paul. ERHARDT. ANDREW J , Chuaso. CornoniU DOUGLAS, GROVER C (ir.ilt, la. POWELL, RAYMOND II . Juliet. III. Conk REED CECIL. Canton. O. AI.FORD. DUDLEY. D.irbun Mass. ALLMOND. EMORY MARTIN, De Queen. Ark. ANDERSON. ARTHUR E . Lockrort. 111. ANDREWS CLAIR FERRIS. Ulnsham- ton, N. Y. BANCROFT. HARVEY G., Theresa, N. Y. BISNOVICH. ISRAEL. Waterburv. Conn. IHIKNOt, ANTHONY, Sir.tnton. I'll. BOONE. DANIEL D . Delhi, Okla. nVJHKKR, JACOB. Brooklll BOUCHARD. JOSEPH. Caribou. Me. BUSH. WILLIAM II.. Ithaca. N. Y. BYRNE. GEORGE J , Aon. Conn. CALL. WALTER II Wlnthrop. Mass. CARLO, ANTHONY C Wnterbury, Conn. CHRISTIE. WALTER. Atrlne, Ireland. flACl'Il). MICHAEL. SlUllii Itals. CONLON. FRANCIS II., Woneeter, Mass COI'ELAND, ISAAC H.. East Salisbury, Mass. DONOVAN. JOHN. Woburn, Mass. ECKSTEIN GEORGE, New York city. FERGUSON. ALFRED F . Rutland. Mass. GENEI'.AZIO. FRANK W , Newton Cpiir Falls, M'ass GORDON. ASA II . Clinton. Mass. KU'l", ELBERT N Ulnuhamton. N. Y. McKINLEY, ANDREW A.. Uudalo. MARTIN. THOMAS E . Richmond. Va. .MIKAI.ONIS, MICHAEL. I'lsmoulh. I'a. MINER. FRANK. Chicago. NUGENT. JOSEPH P. Worcester, Mass. PERUUINI. NICHOLAS. Vt aterbury, Cunll. PICKETT, JOHN L. I. nil, Maes. I'lNC'lIEl'SKl, ISRAEL. 312 North Klchtlr street. I'hlliitleliililUr I'a. POGGIO, SsECONDO, allllnsford. Conn. HEROES FROM NEARBY IN THE MORNING LIST Drafted Men With Scruples Will Be Shipped There From Other Cantonments - Camp Mende. Mil.. Amr 22 Meade Is to become the homo of virtu, ally nil the conscientious objectors who liaxe been drafted Into the cantonments In the rastern oectlon of the country A decision to that effect una rencli'il some days npo by the speelnl board which v,im appointed by WnshhiRton to determine the status of all C n In keeping with that decision lratrhe-j of the objectors have arrived within the l.tut few weel,Rv from f'.imp Pevens, Mnss. : Camp PlV, Wrlghtstotvn. X. J , and Camp Lee, Petersburg. This morn ing another batch arrived .from Camp Wheeler. Oa. Thero ore rumors to tin tffect that other conscientious ones will be sent heic from other camps. No statement was made as to the reavons for the decision of the board. At the present tlmo there aro .a little mote than 100 objectors In camp. Klghty flvo of tin- otlglnal batch that were here were gianted furloughs a month or more ago to worlc on farms. Their fur loughs were made out to August K, but b I presumed that they hao been ex tended. No word has been heaid fiom them. These obj -tors are no longer under the jurisdiction of Camp Miade. but are goveintd by the authorities .it Tort Leavenworth, who have been g.vcn the job o farming out "tluse men Some objectors here hao been given over to the Jul Isdlctlon of tho Lt.nen woith people, but not for the same lea Min Two of them were sentenied tn twenty tars confinement at hard labor on chaiges of attempting to -pread tcdltion Another alleged conctt lit iou fellow was given lirtten jears nt Fun Jay, N" Y, and still another nanowly escaped the death penalty A few or the conscientious ones still In cam;) have been tent out to the te moiint station, where they are viml.ing alongiidii tho enlisted and selected mc n out there These wen- the objectois who were used to handling horses and who had no objections to doing stall work for the army. One bundled and ten men have been transferred from this camp to c.unp Ilol.ililrd, Colgate Creek, .Md , when tbev will join one ot the vvatei-t.ink trains there Colonel John .1 Honiface has b en ap pointed chief of the military police In camp and commander of all the triin of the Lnfavette Division. The loline! Is a New Yorkf r and went Into the nnnv as a private Virtually all his life In Hi. army w,ts spent In the cavalry branch of the s-crvice until the outbreak of the war. He did serve for a few months with the Seventeenth Infantry, one ol the regiments now In camp Lieutenant Colonel Kmniet It Harris BUSINESS CAREER OF PETER FLINT A Story of Salesmanship by Harold Whitehead (Copvrtfiftf) SAY, vvl York r mi qvcHttnns on buyinti stllina, ndiTrMsliiff and rmp.'otmctif. Ak your fiiesdoHS clearly nsa oiv nit the nets, l'otir correct nnme and full ntftfrrsi must be oiccn to nil ttmulrtca, Thoc tchtch (lie nnortyplOH liiust be pitorrd. AMSieer to technical ouesllons lelll be sent u man, Othtr iiucjtloiu u'lll be ansiccred ( ils column. 1ie most inerestlnff prob lems nf tnouirers ulI be uoven into the storu vl Peter rtint. CI.XX1I VY, when I got back to little old New last Sunday night It looked kind of good to mei I don't know why, but I got awfully blue in Roston. I look id forward somehow to getting back to work ngaln on Monday morning and when 1 did I vvns so full of pep that me very first man I saw came across for a $5000 policy. It came so easy that I hardly believed It was true until this morning when I found that he parsed tho doctor O. K.. and say, everything In the garden la lovely, I am coming to believe that Insurance selling Is the finest thing a man can do. C erlalnly it keeps him Jumping like a sinner all tho time. There's a kind of satisfaction that's worth while in clos ing up a policy with a fellow who ap patently doesn't want to come across. Wc had a crackerjack meeting last night I wouldn't miss the weekly meet ing of the agents ot the Mngnltudc Life Insurance Company for a whole lot. These days we certainly get a lot of gi ml 'tuff out of It. We discussed ways and means of getting an introduction to the man who didn't want to see us. We couldn't agree, after all, as to whether a man should use a card or not. One fellow who writes a. lot of business -eemetl to think that a card was the only thing. He Mild that if you didn't ue a card you got ny'on bluff and that doesn't help you any. "(' C ," however, says he never has us-cil ,i caid ecept a private card with just his name on It. "What do ou do," I asked, "if a guy won't t-ee you and sends out word foi you to give him your business card ?" " usually send back word that I haven't a business card and that It is a personal, not a business matter, I want to see him about. Then I write on a bit of plain paper, 'If you can see tn e for ten minutes. I would appreciate it I want to leave town right away.' Then I sign my initials. When that goes in to the man, as often as not ho will see me becaus-e he doesn't know ex actly what I want to see him about, but he assumes that it must be something fairly important on account of my per sistence." "I still believe in sending my card right In to the business man," said Magnitude Life Insurance Company on that card, and when he does want in surance he will remember It." ''Yes," drawled "C. C," "but every other agent sends In his card also and I suppose when tho poor wretch wantB Insurance ho thinks of about 100 dif ferent names that he has seen on 100 different cards." "Welt I think my way Is best," in sisted Fleming. "Let mo tell you why I think you're wrong," said "C. O." "You see, when ou send ur card in to n business man, ho looks at it, sees that you are an Insurance agent, says to -himself, '1 don't want any Insurance. Nothing doing!' and hands your card back to tho boy with the messago that he Isn't In terested. Now, it's much easier for a man to decide that ho doesn't want to do business with you when he Is looking at a piece of pasteboard than It is when ho Is looking ou In the eye. "You know the story of the man who said he was going to call tho biggest fellow In town a bully 7 Well, he did, but he did It over the telephone. It's much easier for a man to call you down or turn you down when he can't see you than It Is when you're In the same office with him. What do you think of It, Mr. Perkins?" The sales instructor looked up and said', "I'm inclined to agree with what Mr. Crofton says. It is much better to get In touch with a prospect before telling him your business. If possible. But If a prospect Insists on having your card before you go in, it Is best to give it to him." "Do you think that's better than my plan, Mr. Perkins ?' asked "C. C." "I Unean the plan of writing on the blank Vheet of paper that my business Is personal and so on. Don't you think that's more likely to win an interview than Jut sending In your card? Isn't thero something more personal in that? Something more appealing?" "Yes. indeed, there Is. for that method arouses curiosity. But the trouble Is that If you aren't careful tho after-effect will bo worso than If you never had an interview at all. If you lead a man to expect something of real Im portance (mind you, I reallzo that in surance is important to us all), but something which the man himself thinks of real importance, and then talk to him about Insurance, he feels that you have gotten in to see him under false pretenses, and Instead of merely taking a passive attitude ho Is antagonistic. "For you, 'C. C " said Perkins, turn ing to him "with a smile, "thatmethod is all right, for you havo tho personality to carry It off, and you aro so thoroughly familiar with your subject that you can get away with It, as it were; while a younger oh, llko Flint here would fall down absolutely. Those trick methods of winning an interview aro fine if you nro big enough to llvo up to tho expecta tions you arouse. If not, It Is much better to lcavo them alone." 'C. C." nodded his head, smiled and said, "I think you nro right at that, Mr. Perkins." 'A good plan," continued Perkins, "U merely to Bay to the boy ai tho door. Boy, just tell Mr. that I am Air. ,' Your manner convinces the boy that you aro somo ono of Importance and ho la as likely as not to tell the man you want to sco that you are there by appointment, A remark of this kind has been named divisional machine-gun Fleming, who Is the first fellow I was commander At the present time he i- telling you about "I'm selling life in pursuing a special coure at the central sunnce and I in pioud of the fact, and olllcers' machine-gun t.aimrg s I ool at I believe that If a man won't see you, Camp Hancock. U.i. he has at lea.-t read the name of the Wnshinelnn, Aug. 22. The following from Pennsylvania (exclusive of Phila delphia), New Jersey and Maryland ap pear In the casualty list of 203 names Issued by tho War Department for this morning's newspapers: KILLED IN ACTION Sergeant.. REARDON, CIIAKLE'S, Shamiville. Pa. Private WANSIE, DANIEL J., Kulpmont, To. DIED FROVI DISEASE Private BALDWIN, JULIAN W., East Orange, N. J. WOUNDED SEVERELY Corporal ZOPANCIC. ALOIS, llnikett. I'a. Privates STOPKA, CHARLES .1., Baltimore. MISSINti IN ACTION Prlvulcw CUMPV. JACK. Mlnersvllle. Pa. l'OKII. FRANCIS Al.OiSlOfs. Jersey City Heights, N. J. MiCOUMICK. MICHVKL P., Clioronut. Sns- qiielninna Count. Pu. ROWLEY, ACHIE I... Wnrrrn, Pa. SOBONSKI, JOHN, 1513 Moan ate., Srran ton. Pa. Marine List KILLED IN ACTION Private NEWITT. CKOIU.E, Kingston. Va, 1102 CHESTNUT ST. oyw t Tyrol Wool Ladies' and Misses' Tailored Suits 18.75 22.75 Reduced from 26.75 and 32.75 Also Street Coats Top Coats Motor Coats The Fall and Winter Styles are now ready FtlANrt & OlLKS 1102 CHESTNUT ST. Iffr street. Philadelphia. KJt3f&) MICHAEL1S. GEORGE, Brooklyn '.? Mjaiu, guu.. uiiubvi",. S?: MITI.T.IUAN'. JOHN K. Dot JUS i.FARROrr. JAMES J . Shlloh. Ark, MULLIGAN. JOHN F , Dorchester, Mass. &S "wiok. WILLIAM. Detroit. Mich. i " FUSHARSZYK HENEAGH. Danbury conn. K. m ". REUSE. WILLIAM F.. Cerulean Springs, Vk -. flVCS RYAN, JAMES K Worcester. .Mass Sf 8AWADSKY. JULIUS. Hartford, Conn if STROUSS. JAMES RALPH. Franklin. Pa. fcVs r VEOA. JOSEPH O . Revere. Mass rJiWILD. FRANK CHARLES, Lawrence, jiicu. rnmflFull ATKINS. WILBERT V. Bloomlngdale, O. anvES. CLARE MAXWELL. Litchfield, Mlrh. COLE. CARLOS E , Memphis. Tenn, -DALY. OEORGE J Walllnsford. Conn. CARTER, ItANSOME D., Grand Rapids. ' Mich. I nnr.nw n.nERT P.. Waterbury. Conn. KOUDAIN. LEONARD, Merlden, Conn. fHEWETT, PAUL R.. Necedah. Wis. t-JOHNSON. SOR1N C , Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. LOVITT, AXCIL, Williamsburg, isy. MICHALEK, OARL. Cheshire, Conn. O'CONNOR. THOMAS J... Chleaao. R1CKEL. ARTHUR MONTAGUE. Detroit. ,. it i,.ii l?l"8HADLOCK. JOHN J.. Bridgeport. Conv SHERMAN, HARRY LEE. UUincy. .Mien. GEAR. NICK. Ironwooa, iiicn. Buglers (RI8ING. JOHN S.. Windsor Locks, Conn. JVEauEm.-xCuaiMU, vvaierourjr. umn. FiVABLES, JOHN KNOX. Forreston, 111. 2 I'rltutea MADAMS. HARRY P.. Merlden. Conn. V;.ANDERSON. EMIL I1ENHART. La Crosse, t wis. I vnnviva iiithtw V lamaa Mlnn. fa ,-ATWELL. RICHARD. Portland. Mich. ?. f BALE. FRANK V . West Chelmsford, Mass. 'BARCELLA. JOSEPH. New Britain, conn. AUCAfia BENJAMIN, Chicago. jSWYN. FRANCIS. Marinette, Wis. :SCLEY. JOHN V.. Falrvlew, Mass. JpKXlKHUIZEN. RICHARD. Rotterdam. nanu. IS. EDWARD a.. Wilmington, Del. NSTT, FLOYD. Muskegon, Mich.- HA, JlUTJlt.Kl'UaU 11., 110CKV11I. Cobb, LACKWELL. NOAH. Marshall, Mo. JOTCHER. GEORGE C, Concord Junction, lass. ERA. ANTONIO. Neir Haven, Conn. ADOLTIt A., I'arnell. Mo. ORE. ROY &. Salem. Mass. KERT. FRANK CHARLES. Chicago. iafKRMUTH. RODENE. Seymour. Conn. AN. HAZEN a.. Suult ate Marie. Mich. IKK, WALTER '., Merlden. Conn. JAMES. Evergreen. La. WILLIAM 11.. Merlden. Conn. KY, FRED It.. wmimanUc. Conn. IV .ivo&li. .isprisis.. s,vn. i. ruMTtn. sun suasao, yiuM ., 1 TO BE SOLD f I BY THE ALIEN PROPERTY C XJ S TO D IAN The Property of Orenstein-Arthur KoppeS Company Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, A. Mitchell Palmer, Alien Property Custodian, has revised the terms of sale and has postponed, until September 12th, 1918, the sale of the property of the Orenstein-Arthur Koppel Company, and will offer for sale to the highest bidder, at public sale, on the premises at the front door of the central office building of the Orenstein-Arthur Koppel Company, at Koppel, Beaver County, Pennsylvania,. at 3 o'clock, P. M., on Thursday, the 12th day of September, nineteen hundred and eighteen, all the property and assets of every kind and description be longing to Orenstein & Koppel-Arthur Koppel Aktiengesellschaft, regis tered under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as Orenstein Arthur Koppel Company, as a going concern, including all the real estate, buildings, machinery, modern plant for the manufacture of mine and indus trial cars and portable railway equipment, patents, good will, supplies, finished and unfinished material of said Company; and also all the real estate, property and assets of the Koppel Land Company, Beaver Connect ing Railroad Company, Koppel Water Company, Pennsylvania Car and Manufacturing Company, Orenstein-Arthur Koppel Company, a corpora tion of Pennsylvania, Universal Railway Products Company, and Koppel Sales Company, together with all the capital stock of said companies which said capital stdck is owned by Orenstein & Koppel-Arthur Koppel Aktien gesellschaft. . For full Jeerlplion of, and information concern- Arthur Koppel Company for the Alien Property ihg the property to be Mold and the inspection Custodian, Farmer Bank Building, Pittsburgh, thereof, anil the revised terms and conditions of : or DJo"P!' F Guffey, Director of Sales .for -rut ii t . r. .. Alien Property Custodian, 110 West 42nd St., sale, see T, H. Given, Manager of the Orenstein' Neul York City, A. MITCHELL PALMER, Alien Property Custodian SAMUEL M'CLAY. Attorney for T. H. Given laeH.uaK.fcrr.i Attorney lor the AUia Property Custodian. 5 Women in Real Estate Has it ever occurrcdjto you what a field this is for a woman? She can point out and describe most aptly tho attractive features and little con veniences which will help to mako a home. , Wc can train you most thoroughly regarding the business procedure and the handling of the necessary papers. It is worth your while financially and professionally to investigate. Let us talk with you. Hcjpful, ex pert advice regarding this course given freely and gladly. , Write, phone or call on the Director, 1421 Arch Street fSA. makea tho boy believe that you know tho man you want to seo la thero and that, therefore, you must bo some one of Importance. "If you merely say, 'Is Mr. Brown In?' you at once place yourself In a different class. Sco what I mean?" Bellovo me, I got him right away, pretty klppy little stunt, Isn't It? TODAY'S 1IUSINES8 KPIORA5I Optimism f the inheritance of the busy man. What does this mean to YOUf Business Questions Answered Am much Interested In your "Peter Flint" stories. Perhaps you could civa us some thing which would be helpful to women as well as men. Could you send me the name of some hook on business opportunities for women? 1 would appreciate same. C. R, The message of business which is con tained In "Business Career of Peter Flint" Is really as pertinent to -Women as to men, for In a modified way, th, troubles, setbacks, successes and hap pinesses which young men have to face In the business world are very slmlUU to thOBe which young women have to face. , Under separate cover I have pleasure In sending you the name ot two books which deal especially with opportunities for women In business. They are food books and well worth buying. Two Shore Men Killed in Action Atlantic City, Aug, 22. Two more Atlantic City men, now seven in all, havo made tho supreme sacrifice. Les ler Dayton, nineteen years old. Infantry man, son of Joseph Dayton, was killed In nction on June 6. Arthur Folwell, .artilleryman, was "killed In battle on July 15. He leaves a wife and two children, who are in Virginia. a OftaAK'.Sr y v-VIjtY The Mark of Service THE Capa Mark stands for service. "Old Shoes Made Equal to New" is the slogan of service. To make your old shoes do double duty is the aim of service. Any repair to men's, women's and children's shoes is promptly and efficiently executed. Thoroughly reno vating old shoes is an economy we practice for you. We make remarkable repairs and changes to shoes. If they hurt or the style or color doesn't please, we can fix them. When new soles are needed, the Capa Sole a whole new sole and heel will give you comfort, long wear and satisfaction. Let us remake your old shoes for one-third of the cost of new shoes. Try Capa Service for the whole family. FOUR STORES FOR SHOE SERVICE ' Lodk for the Capa Sifjn ' ' s " Shoe-Polishing Parlors for Men & Women Philadelphia Shoe Repairing Calnc 533Chestnut St. 17 So. 11th Stv 17 So. 13th St. 114. So. 15th St. Old Shoes Made Equal to New To the friends, relatives and families of Pennsyl vania Soldiers in France: ON SUNDAY, August 25, the PUBLIC LEDGER will issue a special Pennsylvania; Hero Section, devoted to a description of the heroic deeds with which Pennsylva nia's soldiers have distinguished them 3elves in France. It will be the first complete publication of all the stories of individual heroism that have been reported separately by Raymond G. Carroll, the news associations and official dispatches. It will contain photographs of Pennsylvanians killed, missing, decorated or to be decorated an Honor Roll of undying fame. It will give the history and personnel of Pennsylvania regiments in the firing line where they organized, where and when they were trained, when sent overseas, what they have done in battle. v There will be letters from soldiers in France to their "home folks" over here, letters telling just what our boys think of it all. ( In future years this supplement will become a treasured memento in every Pennsylvania home fortunate enough to possess a copy. , Nothing like this Hero Section has been published since the war began. Every home with a man in the army will want one or more copies, regarclless of ordinary newspaper preferences. This demand is certain to 'quickly exhaust the edition. To avoid disappointment? notify your dealer immediately to reserve your copy. , PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY Philadelphia "J ' ' ' - ' t A--": i'J tn s i a ..i.'iK 'v'J'JaU Strf " -. - t mt mmA j.' -u ' . !.-.. i'"-