Newspaper Page Text
v ,VV ;' 4'f 'K 'EVENbIg 'PUBLIC LEDaERr-PJaiIlA.DELP5ik, THTJKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1918 i
. ! -. - . .. " - '
79 NAMES ON THREE
U. S. CASUALTY LISTS
f Today's Army Report Totals 183; Last Night's 191.
Fivc Among Marines 93 Men Killed in
V Action 32 Other Deaths
Washington, Sept. B.
lists announced today
rg J.UU vuauuffy
I ('total 188, Including 183 In the army and
Maik .,.., 4 1. .. un(4na fl"llfl H ... , tlof
U1D CUUUll fllU fllHl UllTO. AtV W,I1J ,,.
lKlven out last night contained 101
"Jlllimpn mnl!nr n tntnl nf 37Q fni thn
f " " " " "
last twenty-four hours. Today's nrmy
list is aiiueu na iouems; iMiieu in
... .. ......,.. ....., ,,,... .
li action, forty-five; mtsinR In action.
; miriy-six; wounaeci seerciy, seienty-
llve. died from accident and other
, cause, sit; died of disease, foui ;
founded, degree undetermined, twelve;
died of Mounds, flc.
Marlnp corps casualties todny In
clude; Killed lu action, two; died of
-Wounds receled In nctlon, ono; wound-
-sEOierely. one; wounded pllghtlv, one
'A summnry of the marine casualties to
Officers Deaths, thirty-seven: wound-
I., eel, sixty; missing, one; total, nlnetv-
eight. Enlisted men Deaths, S77 ;
wounaeci, 1897; in hands of enemv, ten;
total, 2003. Grand total.
uiixri) i action-
HAMMOND, CHARLES ALLEN',
OOMILLltW. JAMES T. Shreie,
O'CQNNELL, MICHAEL J , Jam-llci Tlaln
ALLEN'. LANnntJSf, aattney. S c.
HAWKINS, I'LOTO L , South Kaukiuna
LEEMAN. llAntlY C , Arcnala. Inl
PATTKnSON, OSCAR MEttLE. Mt Picas
RASMUPSEN. hVEND P , Hutchinon
SCARLETT. CLYDE W fcnfnllle. In.
BARBER. JOSEPH 1 Ell Wush.
CIACK. JOHN Depen-. X Y
HINKLE. JOHN L, Os-innlomle, Kans
T.UDOVICI. CARLO. Rome Itah
MELANO, OTTO C , Wnusiu Vt'l
MILLER, JOHN C Los ncrleii Cal
MUNRO, JAMES. CnmbriilBP, Wis
PARILA, EMIL. (linlncr Mns
SMITH. JOHN I'RANIC SnrlmrfleM M
8NYIJr.lt. JOHN II., 303 Walnut street. Ir
MAR1IIAI.T,, Ol.OUdi: w Time Va.
MITCHELL OSCAR. Hall Mass
MORRIS. I.ot'IS J. Vlne-inl Hnen Mass
OLIVER. JAMES A RrMcewatcr, Mas"
PETERSOV. AXIL Jl'LIfl St Paul. Minn
POMARNKY, EDWARD Mulllliil Mich
RBYNOLHS STEWART. ChlcaRd
SCHLEY. JOHN J . f-olnev N Y
SHELTON. CURTIS K . Wno.lrou fin
SIEt'l.KT, l,(H IE K 37 Locust Mrrrt.
SMITH. EERETT PRANCIS. Lnsr.llise
SOURS. RORERT L . I.ur.-n . V.i
BWANRON. OLE. llox Elder, S D
THACKHTON Cl'HTIS iliirrlsburc 111
VON IlEHREN, I-REDERICIC, llrenater.
WAONER, KtiMl'VD i , I,n Crosc Iml
WALKER JWr- ! I.nl.nln Tex
WALLOCK. JOSEPH M Milwaukee. Wl
ZACHOWSKI EDWARD, Milwaukee Win
ZIERKE. WILLIAM E , South Elgin, 111
.ANDRADE. JOSEPH V, Santa Clara. Cul
'BERRY, LOl'IH E . 103 Peoria. Dal CltJ.
BURW'AN. ANDRE, Mel Roe Park. Ill
CHIMELEWJNZ, THOMAS, Poljml
GOLDEN, HUOII A Chtcatto
GORDIIN, LOUIS. -I0' lloire street. Plillrt-
delphtn. ' t
DiEffbp twoFm1s icixlivli)' in
HAROLD CLINTON, Everett,
GUIDO. New York.
HOOMES. CHARLES L , Chapman Ala.
OOLO. ELMER M . Spokane. Wash.
SMITH, OEORQE C . Sevniour Mo.
DIEII Or DISEVSE
BONNON. CASSEY. WarwIiK Oa.
ECHARDT, ALBERT 1' . R P D S, Lafay
ette. N. Y.
NANTHEY. IIERNARD J , L'313 Seventh
street, SheboMjen. Wis
WA1R. IVWREN'CI! A 13,'J West Sixth
street. Little Hock, Ark
BURTON, PAUL E . Ohcrllll O
ESVANO, EARNEST P.. Kimbalton. la.
BUHOCKI, CHARLES. Perry. N Y.
VANDEOllIIT. JESSE, Sill Ilonnrtli
BTICH. MAXWELL R.. New York
WEIQEL. I'RED M . Jefferson City, Mo.
NELSON, JAMES AN DYKE, Dcllcvue, Ky
CARLSON. OTTO. Albany. Mo
DAY. JEROD WILLI M shland. Wis
SHUTTLE WORTH. WAYNE S.. r.ilrmount,
1 W. Va
BPAULDINO. LOUIS WINANS, Boston
, WILLEY MARNEY I! Woodburn la.
LON'O, FRANCIS M Carrollton, Oa.
T.nHMA'. 1T1FD. Tiverton Wis
IJNKEN'IIF.1MEH. I, ".WRENCH I.. 1W)H
Constance street, Plttslxirjh, Pa.
v BHEPHERD. THOMAS P, Tlney Plats,
-.-? c ntrtn. TtiMiH.tm. Vtnnl
nrmnRtf. JOHN, llerwvn. 111.
RRITTON. LTON C, Tr-vverso Clt, Mich.
DUNN, ARTHUR P, Havana, Cuba.
nARP. DAVID !. Ilarerstown, Md.
LANDRY, OMER J, Webster Mass
NICHOLS, RORERT LILuURN. Coldwter
V'J'INLEY, THOMvS M" . Tort Oaines Oa.
QAIlUtNUTU. 1'Atfi r. uriiiiN .
OUAY. ALUERT Kallspell Mont
MAHONEY -MIKE I. Chlenro ,
MAN'OPEl. WAI.Tr.lt. CI Contress street.
li nttsburEli. i''. ....
l SCHEETZ. RAYMOND J St Josepn. ;
SCIIENNIQMN JAMP.S J., penance, .mo
SIDKU JAMES H. Dmlley, Mo
iTirPS. JOHN P , Campbell Tex
TURNER. FRED. Elkader la.
I? WESOLOW SKI. JOHN J. 3'!3 West Second
street. Mount Carniel, l'.i
' WOODS, TlItl'IAn, jvxpori, in.
BLANK WILLIAM. Portage. Wl.
BROS1IEAUS. JAMES, Iloonevllle Ind
DAVIS, aEOnOK W Laramie, w yo.
riAVIS. JA3IIS II., 513 Hiureh treet
k lOfrton, Fu.
I, DK, CLAHCNCK. Cazenovia. Wis
BtiDUWB, WILLIAM Sturgeon Bay. Wis.
m. .Arvirf.a L.1 TfS l.rtw,ll. Moll.
,S McFAULAMI). CLABB D.. Paw Paw, Mich.
t LMcINTOHB, OEOnUB W . Needhara. Mais.
MALONEY. MICHAEL J . Wakefield. Mans
C. MASON. OLL1E L.. Arllnstpn. Ma.
F- NCTZEL.' EDWARD V . Crlvlti. Wl.
Vl ..T-n ' i,nni llamhrlrfw Rnii Co . O.
il WILLIAilS. LESLIE E . Hillings. Mont,
Einma W'lDLEHU - . Gibson. La
If," .MnpnHON. AL11LHT T Ixlnglon. Ky,
'BIDWELL. CHAItliES, Prldgeport, Mich.
rBKOWN. HF.KMAN K.. 8keavlllr, Sid,
AI.T.AHAN. DANIEL J , Ilrooltljn x
CIUINO, VINCENT, Chleago,
f-jfn, tfUUI OW OIVIWUU BV1T. IHV
1 ft J. '
yBTCHER, CHARLES W.t Mlnneapttlli,
St ClXisABD, LOOAN, Cowcreek, Ky. . .
j OBUMMIT. JAY C, Ionia. Mich.
rlUUHfl., FKTKK, SI Chsrtlers street. WasU-
f ; KOTK 1UUIKY, Breoklya. r
! : Hmii TniTiiif riiTir" e i miMTOnrTTjinr"J'r
OStlORNE. THOMAS. Newport News. Va.
NOACK, TONY Chlcar2
olson, SOPHUS. Detroit. Minn.
PAUL, JOHN W . Fairfield 111.
RAMSEY. LESTER O , Slellh, W Va.
RIDDLE DOY Petroleum, W. Va
RIENDKAU JERRY J , New Ilcdford, Mass
ROSS CHELAN. AUIn. Ill
HOWITZER. PAUL, New York.
SAMSON, roilREST DEWEY, Kalamaioo.
Mich. . . ,
SCIIIIL? WILLIAM V . Window. Aril
TREI'CZYNSKI, I'RANIi ANDREW. De
WXTSON, S TAN-LEY M. ChlciEO.
WERTZ. CLYDE WALTER. Oranrt Rapids.
alien . .
WHINNIE WILLIAM, Linton. Ind
WMOU.R. EDDOE L. Sulphur Sprlncs.
ZIMMERMAN, I'RED WILLIAM, Manistee.
MOUNDED IN ACTION mr.OUEH UNDE
TERMINED) 1 leutcnant
ATKINSON, JOHN, Carlisle, Pa.
LOUIS, ANTONIO, niuo Islsnd,
COWreS', JOSErH M , Urooklyn
DAHMS REtNHART A , Moruan Minn.
OUNNINO, WALTER H Tleondiroca. N. Y
KERI1ER. HERMAN Rlee Lake. Wis
MOLI ICONO rillLIP IsMa Italy.
NOVOKUSKI. JOHN. Mlehawnka. Ind
UDrERTS. C VRTER ANDREW, Crecdmoor.
SCOLATTI. Atello, Iron Mountain Mich
TA1TRE ALEX, Casorta Tcano Por font-
tmlle Italy. . .
MMI'DKIt, rirrn, 139 Wharton afreet.
MISSINO IN ACTION
KNATZ. FREDERICK; O . New York.
McCCNU. ELMER J , Crlpplo Creek. Col.
DAY CLARENCE C., Welrltka. Okla
EN'RIOHT. JAMES D . Manchester. Lns.
PISHER. JOSEPH, Wlntleld, N Y
ritlTZ. CLi:N 1I Mllllamsport, MJ.
JEROME. ONI.OY HOWARD. Waland.
IOIIN.SON RODNEY R , Oolconda. Oil.
LAISY. LEONARD, Kalamazoo, Mich.
JOHNSON. JOHN, Akron, O.
I1A1LEY JOHN E . Keokoe. Va
IJUNACK, (lEOROE. Rumcj, I'n.
IIOOTH lli:RNARD Ij , Emmetsbure. la
CARAIIONE. VICTOR A , New York.
CLARK, KL'OONO, Colorado Sprlnits. Col,
COEIILi; PRANK A t San Jose, Cal
COLEY JOSEPH P lllenallco Tenn.
(tINNElis, WILLIAM M.. rniiiton, Tn.
I'ltAWFORD. JOHN A, Montroso. N Y
DINCIKXS, JOSEPH, 201 North Second
street, Harrison, N. .1.
i:STMAN. CLll'KORD 1', Ronzinca, Mich.
ELLIS. FRANK II.. ElKln. Tcnn.
EUNICE. JOSEPH O Wascross, Oa
GRAVES CL.VUD V . Thornham. N II
OILLILAND JOHN .1 , Webber Kalis, Okla.
JACOI1UR, ROYAL. VuroOB. Ind
junott, n:i:i) s., riiii.uicipiiia, l'o.
LUPOVO JOSEPH St Uerase. Italy.
MeALLISfER. ROUEllT L, Sumorlco. W.
McDONALD. IIERNARD W , Indianapolis,
MicDONAI). EDWARD N, It i port, Mich
Mr:RE.M:S, CLIl'l'OitD A . Kallkauna.
NEWLIN. CLARENCE LEE. Cra.fords-
OSATZOW. MARCIN, Ottlo. Oallcia, Aus-
RVNKIN. JOSEPH 1).' Detroit.
RUTAN, JAMEh A. Rochtstir. N
KII.LI.lt IN ACTION
REYNOLDS. LELAND M. M Louis. Mo.
dh'.h op wolxds ri:ci.ii:d in action
DENI.INOER, CLINTON V. . Plerson. Iowa.
WOl'MIl I) IN ACTION ((SPA 1.KKLY)
DECKARD. JACK M Cleveland, O
WOl'M)ri) IN ACTION" cU.IflHTLI) PRK -
A Illl'MA' REPORTED KILLED IN ACTION
JErPREfcS. WILLI P.. Kaufman. Tex.
KH.Ll'D IN ACTION PREVIOUSLY
IORTED JH1-.INO IN ACTION
COTTER JAMES T . Chlcuso
I'KIA IOUMA' IlEI'OUTED -MlsSINO IN
ACTION, OW REPORTED RETURNED
ARNOLD SHMREN L . Charleston, W. Va.
SIMMONS WT N'EKRED S . Akron. O.
sp!Ml, HHN.IMIN J 711 Shirley street,
ON LIST LAST NIGHT
Washington, Sept B The army cas
ualties reportrd Wst night total 191,
divided sh follows Killed in action, 4fi ;
mlsslnir ln action, M wounded severely,
T " : died from accident anil other causes,
7: died of wounds 0: wounded (degreo
undetermined). 20 . prisoner, 1 ; died
from aeroplane accident, 3
Those from nearby places Include:
WM.rj) IN ACTION
VI.PAM)i:n. r. lf, II , 3I7 fiirlni: Oar-ele-ii
street, Phllailtlilil i, IM,
CIIAHIPS, 2R1 Ilalsey treet,
Nevmrk, N, ,T
I Ineivllle, I'n.
JMF.S. It, P. I). I,
TKUWI-. JU'OIJ t!.. .Tr.. 200 Wet Fourth
etreet, OreeiiKhnrr, I'll,
YMIc.K, ,I(1I! tM)KUV. Covemlale
A'ullej, I.UeiiK l'a. -
SIX Serond nro-
Tt or WOl'NDS
lltlRs, (irOKfiK M 413 North Second
iitreet, Je.innette, Til,
I)IKD IllOXf AIItritNK ACCIDENT
SUTTON. CLINTON I., 48SO Ellsworth ave
nue, I'lttkliurcli. I'.i.
DIED I'ltOVI ACCIDENT AM) OTIIKIt
Ol'N(i. J. II., 7311 Krelron avenue, 1'ltts
FLOYD IS., 119 rdtrard ctrert.
CANAYAN. 1'ATItlCK J Ilultlmore. 5Id.
CASSKLL. WILLI M II. , 3131 Market street.
KOSSI. IltANK M 111 Shetland enue.
C L'DWOKTII. (IKOItfii:, IS (irrennood live
lier, Moutrhiir. X. J,
I) WIS. JOSKCH ,v.. W'PBlihiEton street,
IIItC.MiU, M1UL', 71 Darorj- street, Newark,
IRKIVM). WALTKIt W Ilox 01, Parkers
WOUNDID (DCORKH UNDETERMINED)
Ilium N. I'.nWARI) HUGH. 2I3 houtli Forty,
slvtli street, I'lilladelphla, l'u.
AI)MS, JOHN W '150 Parrlsh street.
W Ilkes-IInrrr. Pn,
AI..MUS, CIIMILCS 8 Apollo. l'a.
ANDERSON, ROIIERT A., 233 3Iouoblln
Ulm street, Ittnoto, l'a.
MlhSINIJ IN ACTION
MOHAN, JOHN) J., 45 Wune street, Jersey
City. N. J. I '
RIIVOAN. I.LKi:. 15 Colon street, Jersey
City. N. J.
DK.MINO, (ILOROE, 414 Miller street, Knoi-
illle. l'a. 2
BTKKflK, HARRY A., K6 riftU str.
South Castjek-n. N. J.
SMITH. l.KKiHTON V.. Lebanon. Pa.
UKHANAHK. l(l-KLKa F., 103 Hirer aic
." Nt,. Tsj.
DIX REMOUNT RIDERS
WILL EXHIBIT SKILL
General Scott to Sec Show.
Y. W. C. A. Serves 36,-
000 in Month
Camp DIx, W'rlnlitstown, N. J., Sept. 5
In honor of Major General Hugh L
Scott, camp commander, the men from
tho Itcmount Station will give a demon
stration of trick rld-ng on Filday af
ternoon, September 13.
For some tlmo past the men have been
appearing In various cities, but General
Scott has not been nblo to witness their
show, so In order that ho may gain an
Idea of the work Frank 3. Wandte, di
rector of tho Knights of Columbus actlv
itlcs here, lias asked the camp command
er to be tho guest of honor. It Is ex
pected that Brigadier General J. A.
Johnston, commander of tho Thirty
fourth DIlslon, and his staff will nlso
Tho lemount men, under tho command
ot Captain J. A. B. Turnham, will ap
pear as a feature of the Peon Horse
Show, which will bo opened at Br"
Mawr tho latter part of September,
To Hold Competitive Drill
The men nf the Thirty-fourth DMslon
will also hjo a hand In the show, and
tho sixteen machine companies will hold
n competitive drill for a cup to be of
fered by the Knights of Columbus Sev
eral of the regimental bands will fur
More than 30,000 persons were served
In tho Y. W. C. A. cafeteria at the
Hostess House last month, besides the
thousands of others who visited the
place and received other helps from Mrs
i Kdwnrd Pershing and the other secre
taries. On some Sundnvs ns high us
2000 persons are served mealu
The work of Miss Hortcnse Rosen, the
Travelers' Aid representative, has been
doubly trjlng tho last few weeks, owing
to the fact that tho hour for visiting
i has been changed and now nil must bo
out of tho camp by 8 p. m. Many come
Just after that hour and Insist on peeing
friends, claiming that they did not know
of the change Another order enforced
Is against the carrjlng ot cameras No
one Is allowed to take pictures here
unless they have a pass. Cameras are
checked at the station A few bring
them In by auto, but where seen by
military police risk a chance of tem
porarily losing the ue of the machine,
so It Is better to lenvo the camera at
DIx Men Transferred
The following DIx men, nearly all of
whom nro from New Jersey or Now
York, have been transferred to the engi
neer replacement troops, unnsslgned,
Camp Humphreys, Va , and will tnke the
course that will qualify them for com
missions in the engineering branch nf
thonimy: Corporal Ilavmcnd C Fisher,
headquarters company. Depot Brigade ,
Private Francis S Huober, Companv
I Two; Private John P. Tuttle. Companv
Thirty-three; Prlvnto Vincent G niz
I zolo. Company Thirty-nine; Private
J Norman H Ofsthun, headquarters com
I pany, 135th Infantry; Corporal F. J.
! Scherer, Private Kugene Keller, Jr., and
' Corporal Martin Crolesant, Company
'Three; Private 'tarry A. Johnson. Com-
pnny Twenty; Private Morgan Hand, Jr,
.Company Twentv-nlno; Private Burr M.
Stnrk, Companv Twenty-seven; Private
II T. Loftt, utilities detachment: Cor-
poial Ij I: Snider, Company Thlrty-
seven, and Private Clifford S. Wilson,
i Companv C, 133d Infantry.
A record for a short stay at DIx has
been made by Lieutenant Colonel I. J.
Sutherland, assistant chief of staff of
1 the Thirty-fourth Division, who reported
at camp in the morning only to And
orders detailing him to duties In Wash-
ington, and by noon he was again on
Shortly after war was declared nntl
the toldlers began arriving overseas In
largo numbers, threo New York banks
established an olllco where the men
could exchange American money for
(.hecks Issued at tho current rate of
ethango and without paj ing commis
sions So great has this bervlco become
that at DIx alone ln one day $140,000 In
checks was Issued.
Tho reason given is that ordinary
' non-skids, with their small projec
tions, make steering difficult when
used in front, the effect being
much the same at driving over
Though some non-skids are unsat
isfactory on front wheels, it is evi
dent that the use of two different
kinds of tires involves serious disadvantages.
Lk f.r tkU Jlf
sa Lstiisf GusiM
Are Idea? Non-ftddr
Michelin Tires and Tubes are sold by Good Dealers Everywhere
Factory Branch, 802 N. Broad St.
Wholesale Only Telephone Poplar 1901-02 ' i
CURED AT CAMP LEE
Flat Feet and Heart Affections Corrected and Soldiers
Made Fit for Limited Service, if
Not for Overseas
By a Staff Correspondent
Camp I.ee, Petersburg, Vs., Sept. S.
How hundreds of men are being re
constructed physically and put In shape
for tho trenches and home Industries is
told In the following figures that dcM
with tho work of the development sec
tion at this ennontment
In seven weeks marc than 800 men
havo nctually passed through the sec
tion and of that number less than ten
per cent havo been rejected from the
army, nighty men havo been sent
overseas and the rcmlandcr distributed
among domestic units In ordnance,
cliemlol and guard organizations
A majority of these men were suffer
ing from fiat feet and heart affections.
Theso troubles havo been arrested nnd
In n vast majority of cases nctually
That this phase of tho army work
will develop to big proportions Is the
opinion shared by phslclans engaged
In It. It is qulto truo that the work
of reclaiming tho physical defectives
Is expensive, hut thoso who are engaged
In It arc confident that It pavs.
Kvery Man Benefited
"Wo do not contend that It Is pnssihle
to rebuild everv man who Is sent hero
nnd make him fit for trench duty," sas
Captain W O Atwood, commander of
the Third Battalion, Development Camp
"but wc do claim that everv man who
undergoes the treatment Is better able
to earn a living and much more valu
able to society '
Captain Atwood was the superintend
ent of schools at Hackettstown, N I,
before entering tho army. Ho Is the
military commander of the Third Bat
talion and has organized an efficient
Tho most common ailments with which
the medical men nro forced to meet are
fiat feet and heart nffectlons. On tho
orthopedic end Is Major T. p. Vanamee,
a specialist, from Portland, Me , Tho
hpart cases are In charge of First Lieu
tenant C. n Wiley, of Chicago
It Is Impossible to give names, hut the
following cases will emphasize tho value
of the work. Soldier A was sent
w n, I
camp from a point of cmbarkatlo
not only suffered from flat feet, but on
one hand he was minus three fingers
Having ueen lurneu unwii vwinc im uh- 1
last leg of the trip to France, Soldier A 1
wns dejected Ills spirits, when he land
ed here, were nt such low ebb that at
first tho doctors held out little Hope
As a starter, the doctors Injected a
little hope Into Soldier A and in a few
days made him feel that he was not on
the road to a cemetery Tho psv etio
logical effect was wonderful, for the
soldier Immediately began to show Im
provement. Every day he Indulged in
tho phslcal exercises that are pte
tcrlbed for ftnt-footed men and ln less
than a month his arches were built up
Minus three fingers, he e-ould not
serve In a battlu organization, hut being
an expert auto mechanic he was sent
to anv nrmy nuto-repalr station and is
now doing good work .
Serving In Ons Musk Pactory
Soldier B has been In the army for
nearly a year and kicked around from
post to post. He has actually served In
fifourteen units, nnd, like comrnde A, en
tertained the thought that his caso wn
hopeless. He suffered from Hat fe-et,
but after six w cedes treatment he Is
now serving as a sergeant (first class)
ln a gas mask factory.
SolHIcr C was operated on for eloubl
hernia and wns a poor specimen of
manhood when sent to the development
camp A month's special training
training that la designed to rebuild tis
sue. and Soldier C w as once more ready
to work. He was not fit for ov ericas'
duty, but ns he had worked lu a chemi
cal plant before the war, ho was sent
to a Government chemical station
Scores of men were suffering from
nervous defects of the heart, but under
tho army svstem of callsthemlcs their
troubles have been corrected.
At the present there are 1700 men
In tho battalion nnd 90 per cent i'f them,
ln the opinion of nrmy surgeons, will
This series of twelve tests ts designed
to take the uncertainty cut of tire buying.
OWADAYS many tire-makers are urging motorists
A to use non-skids on rear wheels and smooth-treads
tires on front wheels.
In the first place it becomes neces
sary to carry an additional spare
in order to be properly equipped
Secondly, a smooth-tread driving
tire does not afford protection
against skidding. The ideal tire is
a non-skid constructed so that it
protects against skidding and yet
steers easily and smoothly.
Such a tire is Hie Michelin Universal Non'Skid. It is a Universal
tire tn fact as uell ai in name. Its patented tread is the most
effective rubber non-skid ever devised. Yet this tread is so broad
and flat that it steers just as smoothly and easily as a plain tread.
When used on all four wheels Michelins ensure the
utmost economy, satisfaction and safety all around.
bo ready for limited service Inside
lln-n l,nn SO ftAft t.lifl t, t-nl n it BnMlltri
were sitting like! "Injuns" on a plat otW-i' tomorrow to assist tho Lafayette
ground Just behind tho headquarters of Division In celebrating the anniversary
the replacement camp A big, brawny,
fellow his name Is J. A Drlcntl and he
halls from Little Old New York
stepped toward the footlights
I'runkford Boy Slims
After the roar from the throats of
20,000 of America's two-fttod fightem
had wafted over the historic ground
Drlscoll, wearing his custoimry million
dollar Bmtlo, announced that Corporal
Joseph Wrenn would entertain the gen
tlemen. What the Knights of Columbus haw
accomplished at this camp cannot bo
told ln this article, but ono can visualize
Its activities quite neiuiatelv from tho
following figures- During the week end
ed Inst night 100 000 shtets of writing
paper and 50,000 envelopes were dis
tributed free;' 40,000 postcards were
given nway and 200 talking machine
records put In circulation
D A iriJD OUAWC RfifiinPC
UiiilJuli tjHUuO UUUillCflJ
ABOUT WAR BUILDING
Tiwner rnnillirt'? M c!llillt
ItltOg, OntlllLlS iUUIIH0lll
Tour for Pair Loams What
?y the United l'rri
Secretarv of war Baker Incog
personally-cotulucted tour of ,
the War Department nt midnight a ngents for the War Department commis-
. ... , 1.1 .,. .w a slonon training camp activities, will give
few nights since, with two rookies as,an entertn,mnent ,,,, CNCnlng at the
his guests, leaked out today. ' Bed Cross house at the base hospital
Mr Baker got a comprehensive view of
. .. j, . 1..1. ihMi.r i
",,:u ,h0 nrAl"iiP pr M? "1? ., . ,
,,.1... nrim. hen he speaks out In
, m(rtiI1K nnj tle SCnt the men nway re
. . . .... . .... l 1 . ,f.
jolclng wun two ot mo pipes n..... "
lemarkablo Biker collection
It wnH IT o'clock at night Mr Baker
had been working since a a m Before
the somber war building, he waited for
his car, which didn't come
Two tookles from Camp Meade gaunt-
"Sav, mister, that's the war building
ain't if" they queried, with an eas
"Yes" replied the little man
"Well vou see. mister weie from
r,iit West, -ind We wanted to Si'C
what the War Department looks like,
now tint we're in the arms," e-alel the
"But the guard up there told us noth
ing doing nt this time nf right Prettv
touch luck, don't u think'"'
The little man agteeil "But I think
I can take ou around a bit. for I work
In there." he added
So the tour started The little man.
who hadn't Introduced himself to the
,.. fell,.,,!,, frint nil! WrPl
-.. ' .,. ...ji... ..1,1,.... .,n,.in.
in over i.e.- ..,...., ,,' "," ""
tlipni the hundred nnd ono other nlaces
In tho granite structure and his own
The little man ashed If thev whuiii.i .
,. ., , u .n n-i i,i
hu unwii iinti t nui i iiiiu in' uum
Whnt did thev think about tho nrmy
Anil what did thev think of Baker?
They told him fully and without res
ervation They allowed the army life
was gieat and guessed "this man Baker
must be all right for ho certainly had
things running right "
They chatted until 12 30 a. m I
"I'm Mr Baker" said the Secretary
ln pirtlng "I wish ou'd take these
two pipes ns a souvenir"
"WeN. I 11 be darned," gasped one,
nnd tho party ended.
HONOR FRENCH HERO
Big Program of Events Ar
ranged for Tomorrow at
Camp Meade, Mil., Sept. 5.
Those relatives and friends of sol
diers hero who como to the big wooden
of the b,rtn , ln. , Frenchman for
whom this new American fighting force
wns named will enjoy a real treat
Pnlted States Senator Wesley L Jones,
an able orator, will review the life of
the great hero. Then, too, there will
bo a band concert, massed singing In
which thousands of men will tnko part
and sporting contests, ln which some of
tho best athletes of the Eat will par
ticipate The massed singing will bo one of the
features of tho celebration Thousands
of soldiers will be assembled on Liberty
Field, and their voices will be raised as
one ln all of tho latest war melodies
This fcatuio will bo under tho direction
of (I A Miles, pong leader for the War
Department commission on training
! nii activities The musical part of the
I festivities will bo by the band of the
j Seventeenth Infantry. This Is one of
'""was sent'her'e vvlth thifsixty.'lhl'rel
. 111 fuiui uiu nucleus 01 me uivisiutt.
Soldiers of the Jewish faith will bo
given passes tomorrow to go to the.tr
110n,,,s "-"" celebrate the jewisn -New
Ycnr j,t a, th0 mportnllt fensts of
the Gentiles are observed, so arc these
! feasts of tho Jews As far as possible
'passes will be granted to all of the Jew
ish soldiers Special services will be
held, however, In the Little White
'House, the bungalow of tho Jewish Wel
'fare Board These will be ln charge of
'Alexander A Stelnbnch, director of ac-
llvltlnu fn fl.A nrffahlvotlnn
J, ;.V . V , ...
ncKro ROldlers, who Is one of the welfare
for the convalescents.
tJenerat Carter announced the transfer
this morning of four captains from the
Sixty-third lnfantty to the Scvcnty-
km'ntirl I n tn t, f ,i- IMinv u r. llinrliiu NT
i'. - ".... ....... ...,. ..w ..... - .-
Stevens. William T fetromoyer, John C
I Shaw and Donald C Williams Major
; Charles H Nalle, now attached to the
sixt -third, has also been assigned to
other olllcers assigned to this unit
jnre Major Arthur B Dobbelly and First
Lieutenant George A, Lewis.
Major Clarence A. Short, adjutunt
Twenty-second Infantry Btlgade, now
.attached to headquarters Lleienth Field
I Artillery Brigade, has been relieved and
ordered to report to Colonel It. C. Crox-
'"" "' .-uiiihiiiiiui.t ui fliu iiYfiii
second Uriffad, for duty
SEE ANTHRACITE WAGE RAISE
Boot to Depend on Survey of
Cost of Living
W nshlnnton. Sept B Fuel Admin
istrator Garfield has conferred again
with representatives of the United Mine
Workers of America in the anthracite
fieleK, and there nre Increasing Indlca-
tlons that the request of tho anthracite
I w orkeis for wages equal to those paid I
' ... .u ,.,. 1 r .un .. n, 1,- .nn.A.i 1
111 lilt" HiLuiiuiiuun firnia iff uc e,i"uic-ii
The increase, if granted, will depend
upon the survey of lnhor conditions
' iP general now- being undertaken by the
1 Depirtment or i.auor.
Lommlttee hnvlnc the Investiga
tion In hand will look Into conditions in
the anthracite field
II ( Cents C Sizes SL0
Buy it at any Cigar Store, Stand, SJHiBknK
Club, Hotel or Restaurant WmSfSi
T3 a V TT IT p D r Q WWW ,jMXo(&jlKKk
s&z- -, Ala Manufacturers cf the Famtus W HRmtfiirjjj8Dv
sr "PRINCE HAMLET" Cigau wS'
Blglwt6 PHILADELPHIA Jottr.BlHMl
iiJsjsas EMFjf mHt & T ts5 IkV T X j S P sWi4sasr.
CITY IS NOW SAFE
FOR ENLISTED MEN
Former Objectionable Condi
tions Arc About
Vice evils fur men In uniform have
almost been eliminated In Philadelphia.
Lieutenant Colonel Charles B Hatch,
sent to this city by Secretary of the
Navy Daniels to "clean up" what had
been termed ns "dangerous conditions,"
today stated that tho present conditions
for the men in service are "excellent '
However, Colonel IInte.h said that
considerable vice exlstrel here nnd that
his "clean hill of health ' applied onl so
'I vK rey a !nh Jill tJP-vf
"Have You Tried It?"
"I would not think of going back to the told
brush and lather method. I get a perfect shave
with Mollc in half the time."
is a delightful antiseptic for softening the beard,
and is applied with the finger -tips. No brush, no
rubbing in. It prevents face irritations and keeps
the face in perfect condition. To try it is to become
an enthusiast. Large tubes 25c at dealers.
Winters & Kesler, Inc., Distributors
Lafayette Building, Philadelphia
Pryde-Wynn Co., New Brighton, Pa.
they say in Havana, A
health!" in the puff of a
Its Havana Filler imparts that savory
smack, which dwells only in Cuban leaf.
Its Sumatra Wrapper keeps it even-burning,
with free draft and clear ash.
Made particularly for partic
ular Philadelphia who know
from tip to butt.
far aa the uniformed men wi 1
cerned, . vjV,
On the whole, tho evils of dlsorii
houses nnd tho practice of fcootleffWli '
have materially Improved, according 'ti
tho Oov eminent ofilcer. When asked JO
iiiei uiiiriiicH iiiieiiiicu 10 aDtinaon me
crus'idc against vice. Colonel Hatch
ifiej iniiruici never quiu "ai."
"Bootlegging has been ellmlnMaCy ,.
almost entirely," said Colonel HateiL-j
"Last week there was only oner arrest f
for this offense. During the last month y
I havo failed to see a man In uniform "J'
ulm flnnecirert In Yitk llnrtef fhA InSilAnn . CJ
of liquor " -w?'J
ine urivc against aisoraeny nouses d VK
has not ceased, oven though but fewfs-i-WU;
men In uniform hate been admitted M ,!J3
v.'' J..::" .:.r rr-'.."'. ,?&'
olving n dozen women and several iKv-i.
iicn, Inmates nne. keepers of disorderly,' wft
ouses, were brought before Uhltad wi1
tales Commissioner Long. foll6wins IjCTC
alds bv nccnts of the vice sauad of eh Jss,vS?
tleMHinnnt nt .TltsttPA nnri nna-AlhrAaV,lr-J
of Colonel Hatch. i
. L t i' M