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U. S. CASUALTY LISTS
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War Department Reports 362 Today, 382 Last Night.
Fifty Killed in Action and 35 Others Die..
139 Are Missing
w HKiuiiKtiin, Kept, it,
Casualties among the American exne--Itlonary
forces mummied by th War
Department today total 30., divided as
follows: Killed In MCtloti, twenty; miss
ing In action, sixty-nine; wounded e
verely. 143 J died of wounds, eleVeni
wounded, degree undetermined. 112;
died of disease, m-ven
Tho list follows:
KILf.Kll IN AC HON
LEVERENZ, CLARENCE. Milwaukee, VVI
HUMl'HMKr, JOHN VV., lrussciale, Mo.
DAVIS. JOHN T.. Orapevin. trk.
HTSTAD. ALFRED N., Watford, N. 1).
PREMO. LOUIS AMIEHT. Joneavlll,-. Win.
tBClARRONE. SAI.VATOKK. 334 Wrrtt
BfTntenth Htreet. Eric P.
- DfCKNELli. JAMES H Indianapolis. Ind.
BOETEL. WILLIAM E., Milwaukee, Wis.
BRITTIAN, BENJAMIN T dtephenvllle,
CHERINGTUN, JESSE N.. Dahlnda, III.
nOLAN, BERNARD J lnhland, !.
OREENBALOH, EDOAR H., Providence,
HOES. THEODORE. Cameron. Tet.
JOHNSTON, DAVID M Dudley, Mo
KELLT. JOfTEPK, Chlcuro.- Ill
WEIHEL. WILLIAM A . Ewlnit, Neb
WESOLOSKI, J08EPII, Milwaukee
BRAUN, LEO. Sayer. Wis.
DELANEY, CiEOKOE E., Milwaukee
tnun OP WIIBMW
KANELER, P-RED R. New York.
VJBBERT, EDWARD THOMAS. Corunna,
DOUGHERTY, EDWARD, Hlllman. Mich
PETRO. ANTHONY, Wetville. III.
LAYFIELD. AURRET, Ojpale. W Va.
SAMPLEY. JAMES L. Honoravllle. Ala.
SHIMKO. DBMOSTENE. Chicago
THOMAS, WILLIAM A.. Cedar Hlurt. Ml".
TOSEL, EDWARD H.. Manly. la.
WARNER, FRITZ. Jamestown. N Y
WINK. HENRY C, Movllle, la
DIED OF DINE.VSE '
BEATON. HAROLD. We mouth
CUMISKEY, CHARLES J
FACNCK. VVU.MKK. J.M South
F0BB3, MOSE Croikett. Tex
HIGdlNS. JAMES I. Lawrence, Mass.
KINdSLEY. KENNETH F , Eduerton, Minn.
LUCHSINOER. WILLIAM. Wonewoc, Wis.
IRWIN. C. L. Meeteet-e. Wo
8TEINBERGER, OTTO CHARLES, Newton.
BARB, THOMAS V , Berwll. ltd
finish. WILLIAM il . Edmore Mich
FRASER. DUNCAN New York cll
HELSLEY. VL.UEKT u,
Kl'. ,. , ,
PHII'PS. OEOROE T . EanMlle. Ind.
EVANS. EDWIN V . De Moines, la
LAKIN. RALPH O . Banser Mich
MELI.Y FRANK A., North Tarrjtown.
WHITE. RICHARD el . Charleston. S C.
ERICKSEN. EDWARD T, Llvlllftston, Mont.
BOESE, RUDOLPH Joliet. II,
kei.1.. WILLIAM F. Rapid in. Minn
CAHANIN, JOSEPH L , Opelousas. La.
DRAOER. AUGUST GROVER.
r 'jANOWIAK. WILLIAM FRANK. Cudahy,
QUELLE, CHARLES. Lon Island City.
if SHEPHEHdT 'WILLIAM, El I'a'so. Tex.
I 'RAMPSCH. JOHN. ChlCaro.
' CHURCH. KENNETH T., South Merlden,
FANELLA, MICHAEL. Chicago
KEACHIE. EDWIN S.. Chicago.
KUDLINSKI. STANLEY, Milwaukee
PARSONS. SAMUEL A . Louisville Ky.
6HANKLE. WILLIE W . Roiklnsham.
WALLACE. FRED. Pilot Point, Tex.
ELSING, KARL. RoxDurj. .Mill's.
FIERRb. JOSE. Hldgeo, Mexico City,
HOWARD. WALTER A . Shattutk
LAWSON. DAV1IJ J., naiciin, ivj
TONKINSON. THEODORE. Grafton, III.
VERA. CASMIR J Chlcaxo
HARPER. GEORGE BYRON. Marshfleld.
PHELPS. JOHN. Baker, Mont.
POPE. THOMAS A Chicago.
SHERLOCK, RICHARD E., St. Michael. r.
GOBIEL. VALMORE. El Paso. Tex.
r AUBUCHON, HOMER L , High Hill. Mo.
ALEXANDER. WALTER, Wheelersburg, O.
BAKER, CHARLES A., 0erby, N. D.
BARBER. MIKE. Whltsrtt. l'u.
BRADSHAW. MARVIN L . Hlllvew, 111.
COOK. LAWRENCE H., Kingston. Okla.
CORTELLO. JlllKs J.. Pittsburgh.
, CREWS. ARCH C , Alma. Ga.
JUSTICE. WARN. Afton, Ky.
KISER, IRA E.. Oastonla. N. C,
LASHER WILLIAM Tell City,
MAU. WALTER. Chicago
MAULDING, ROY Belle Prairie, III.
PETERS. JAMES R , Midland, Ark.
nERICHA, TRANK Cletland
. ROSE. WALKER. Parkers Lake. Kv
SAUVAOF.OT. FKRDINAND .1.. 4447 Sllver
wood street, Manajunk station, I'hlladel
SMITH. JOSEPH W . North Hatfield, Mass.
TAYLOR, ROBERT E., New York.
BACHER. JOSEPH. Hartford, Conn.
CUNNINGHAM. JOHN K.. El Paso. Tex.
DONKERVOET. WILLIAM. Utrecht, Hol
land. EICHELBAUM, ABRAHAM, New York.
OLICKFELD, SAMUEL. San Francisco.
OORBUTT. CLARENCE WILLIAM, Three
GORMAN. JOE J.. Pittsburg, Tex,
HANNA. CHARLES F.. Chejenne. Wjo.
JACOBSEN. LESTER, N . HartlnBton. NeB.
RICHARDS, JOHN C, Butte. Mont.
RITZMAN. JOE. Kallspell. Mont.
TEISBERO. OILMAN, Edgerton. Wis.
VANDERB1LT, CLARENCE. Kllboufn. Wis.
VOGEL. PAUL, Reedsburg. AVU.
WALTHER. CLARENCE H , Olldford. Mont.
WAVONI, FELEX, Napa Soda Springs, Cal.
BANSCI, JOHN S,. Oatry, Ind.
BENNETT. ORA. Danville. Ill i
BOOTH. WILLIAM. Kansas City, Kan.
BRADWAY, DONALD D,, Morgantown. Ind.
BRALLEV. STEPHEN C. Ilurnham. Pa.
BREHAUT: DCTVEY, New York.
BROWN. RAYMOND, Green Bay, Wis.
BUCKLEY, JOHN W., Fremont. Neb.
CAPENER. OEOROE. Baraboo, Wis.
CLARK. FREDERICK B.. Waterbury, Cohn.
CRULL. OEOROB W Trafalger, Ind.
DALESSANDRO. LOUIS. Chicago.
DAUGHITY. GEO. W.. Mounds. Okla.
DAVIS. HAYES R.. Yeager. Ky
PEMAREST, WILLIAM BRYAN. Tekonsha,
BETHEL. OEOROE, Teakum, Tex.
BLACK. JACK W , Gorham, Kan.
BRITTAN, FRANK 8., Belolt, Wis.
BRODINE. EDWARD. Elm Creek, Neb.
HAMILTON. ROY 1HIOWN, Port Huron,
BROWN, WILLIAM A.. Swlnk. Ok)a.
DANIELS. EDWARD. Chicago.
FELLOWS, GRANDVILLE W., New Tork.
JIARKEY. OAYLORD R., Portage, Wis.
HERRON. HARRY I... Indianapolis. Ind.
JAAP. RICHARD,. Woodstock, III.
KAVANAOH. FRANK J , Emmttt. Mich.
KLAVE. LOUIS, Hrunsvllle, la.1
KLECKA, JOHN. Detroit.
KUROSKI, JOSEPH, Gubernloflonca, Poubrt
LUKE. OEOROE D.. Wakefield, inch.
MINNAUOH. JOSEPH. New York
MUIR, TiiAUir, siooreton, ,-m ij.
NORTON, DAVID H.. Tekonsha, Mich
PENNY. WILLIAM C Arbala, Tex.
rannn. EDWARD N.. Brooklyn.
k.. onirrt. lflllN E.. McLean. Va.
'WU REOER, RHAUL K Conneaut. Ohio.
?' RIOO, FRANK, Center, Ind.
I y gBVKRSON. OSCAR, Cambridge, W li.
'Ft rrltAMBURO, JOHN, Edcerton. Wis.
TIPPWMAMM, jksse a;, Jtrnettowa, N. P.
WOODRUFF. NATHAN M Chicago.
WYATT, JOSEPH II., Des Molnea. la.
DEMYAN. JOHN. Kempton. W. Va.
DION, EUGENE J.. Worcester, Ms.
ELDRED. FRANK J. Chicago.
ERTZBERGER WILLIAM F Vnderson,
FISHER, FRANK Naplel, Neb.
FOLEY. A. R West Newton. Mass
FORMAN. JACK V El Reno. Okla
FORSBERO, ARVID, Iroflwood. Mich.
FRECKER, CHARLES M Long Island
City. N. Y.
FREEMAN, CLARENCE F. WuodsMn Mill,
Oreenvllle. 3. C.
GAHAN, ERNEST hi , IMoll. In,1
all.I.OOLY JULIUS JOSEPH, Huttalo.
MLKAr.V II1MKI, J.. 283 North Taylor
street, Philadelphia, ra.
OOLDHAR. JACOB. Toronto. Can
GREENIinitG. CHARLES. New Yurk, N. Y.
ORETZKY JACOB, Argo, 111
GRIFFIN. JOHN R Blue Ridge. Ga
ORUND. LOUIS. Chicago
HARRISON BRITTEN O.. OreeneUlle.
HARRISON, ItOIIEItr A , Wilmington. N. O.
HERRINd, RALPH, roalri.ile, Tu.
HILDEURANDT FRANK J Elmwood
HINN, ALEX I... Portal. N. D
UOUMIED (DEdREF. UNDETERMINED)
FREEHOFF, WILLIAM F , St Louis. Mo
CHAMBERLAIN. CHARLES M , Spokane
BORING. JAMES M Itasar. -Tenn
SHERRII.L. EVAN M , MaiKkport. Ind
VANN. JOHN C . Columbus. Oa
WALKER. ARTHUR M Stookl.t Idge, Mass
GREGORY. PAUL A . Atlanta Oa
MINOKfR. JOSF.I'H R.. 1741 North Thlrtj-
netoiul street Philadelphia, Pu.
BILL1NGSLEY, HENRY CLYDE
LADEAU. FRANK HERBERT,
ESTI.'S. FAY Ithaca. N Y
LOOM IS AKCHU3. Detroit
ROWEI.L. WILLIAM CARPENTER Detroit
SHEMI.V, MII.I.IAM, 14 East Fortieth
street. Basonne. N. J.
THOMPSON FRANK A., Ixinell, -Maes.
NOLAN, LYLE F . Cleveland
OIlrsON. II HEN. Whiteside Mo
IOPA, DANIEL K . S3U Maanolll avenue,
COINTOT. WILLIAM A Ellenvtlle, Ulster
County, New York.
CONNELLY EDWARD. Brookljn
DOPSON FLOYD J . Madison, Neb
GOODIER, FAYETTE EARL. Providence,
KASVYA. GEORGE. New York
LESTER. ALBERT A . Lawrence, Maes.
LIONS. CHARLES A New York
MANDERSON, EARNEST C, Mlllervllle,
MARGARITA, MATTHEW MICHAEL.
PERRY. MARK EMERSON, St. Croix Falls,
McCARNAN, CHARLES A North Vernon.
STUART. FRANK. Lubec. Me.
JOHNSON. EDWARD E, Majnard. Mass
CERIOVE. JOSEPH. Vlnelnnd, N, J.
CHRISANTHOPULAS, PETER, Bruce,
.CHUTA, JOHN O.. La Croae. Wis
COINER. HUGH. Staunton. Va
COLEMAN. THOMAS C. New York
COLLINS, LAURENCE J 44 H hlttlngham
rlare. Ornnge, N. ,1.
CORItlNr CHARLES L, Crown Point, Ind.
FORBES WILLIAM, New York.
OBIS ARNOLD G . Detroit.
OUINOE, STEPHEN A. South Chicago. Ill
HARDY. RAY CONNER. McDonald. Tenn.
HIRSCHFIEI.D. MORRIS, Brooklvn.
JENKINS, ALONZO W. Starke. Fla.
JONES. ARTHUR E., Williamsburg. la
KANNEMAN. ARTHUR II . Weatfleld. Wis.
KLUMB. HENRY F Ethan. S. D
WOUNDED, DEOKEE UNDETERMINED
KUBESH, JOSEPH I. Route No. 3, Olivia,
LEBERER. EMANUEL O . Evansillle, Ind
LEETE. THOMAS. Wise. N C.
LE VAN, 1V.11.M1 A.. BIO East Auburn
street. Allrntouu. Pa,
LANDSE'lH. HAROLD M Turtle River.
LUENINGHOENER. ARTHUlt A. II . Hnr-
McCAIN. ROY n. Tucson. All.
Mc'L'ORKLE CHARLEh H . (lalatla, Kan.
MAI.UNE. JESSE J. Macon Oa
MUtFAKO, ANTHONY J., It White street.
Jersey Cltj. N. J.
MARTIN,, JOHN NEWTON. Covington. Ky.
MAYHEW. MV.RON N. Cody. Neb.
MOONEY. JOSEPH. Detroit, Mich.
BY CAMP MEADE MEN
French Hero's Birth Anniver
sary Is Observed by New
Camp Meade, Md., Sept. 6.
The Lafayette Division of the new
ana rapidly growing America;, army is
celebrating here today the anniversary
of the birth of Lafayette. The Tricolor
H flying by the side or the Stars and
Str pes at several points In the big
wooden city This mornlnc the sol
diers are practicing with rifles, bayonets
and artillery, to gu to France at a later
date on a mission similar to that which
brought Lafayette to America. This
afternoon they will lay aside their
weapons and join on Liberty Field In
paying tribute to the great Frenchman
whose feats made possible the writing of
such interesting pages in American his
tory. As was outlined in the .venino
Public Ledoer yesterday, Senator Wes
ley L. Jones, of Washington, will ad
dress the latis this nfternnnn r,H tall
them about Lafayette. Forty thousand
of these khakl-elad Americans will as
semble on the big field to listen. Mln-
Bieu wan went will te officers of the
French armv. whn h.r. i .,
vlBory capacity. An address will also
be delivered by Major General Jesso
MCI. Carter, commander of the new
There will also bo athletic contef.j.
massed Slndna- ami hnnrt mnrarli (hlr,
afternoon Tho camp Is open to vUltors,
and thousands aie hero to aid the mi.
dlers celebrate- the day. This evening
the febtlVltles will pnnllnnn Ir, t! l,,u
of the Knights of Columbus and the
oung Men's Christian Association. In
the main auditorium of the Knights the
motion picture of Joan of Aro will be
thrown upon tho screen.
Permanent personnel for camp heatl
quaiters wits nnnouncd this morning, by
Major Genet n Cartel. The officers .vho
will compose the start of Brigadier Gen
eral Jobcph A uaslon, the camp com
mander, uip: Major Arthur n Keiwln.
adjutant; Captain Frank K, Henneman,
personnel ndjutnht: Captain William W.
Ifulln, inspector; Captain James M,
Mullen, judge advocate; Major Guy L.
Quails, surgeon; Lieutenant deorge P.
Marx, signal officer; Captain Itnbert Slg
mund. ordninc officer; Lleutcnint WIN
Ham It. Herbert, veterinary; Captain
Robert C. Dover, exchange officer; Cap
tain Walter L-. Kelly, commanding of
ficer DrovOkt sruard eomnanv. snrt TNeat
Lieutenant Henry Nolley, comajandinj
MCRPHTr STtANK PATRICK, Eaat Irvlno-
ton-nn-Hudson. V. T.
NELSON, ARTHUR R, Kndxvllle. Ill
OLSON. JOE, Ouckton Minn.
PAULSEN. JASPER, Cheenn. Wu.
TErERSON. JOHN. Dull Rapids. 8. D.
PRICE, EVERT. Lake. Hid
RAIllALA, MICHAEL W Fluudwuod, Minn.
RALEIOH, WALTER, Magna, Utah
RAY, THOMAS H. 'iroy, N Y
REAVES, DEWEY Q. Oleenwowd, S. O
REED, RALPH K Polo. Ill
RENELL. BARNEY 3urltntoii, Vt
RIVERA, ALEXANDER, Tucumiarl, N. M
RUD. OEOROK A Chicago
SALEWSKI, FRANK, Detiult ntlih
SATRA, CHARLES Kllaole Neb
SCOTT, CLARENCE MONROE Des Mulnes.
SECORA. JOHN J.. Huron, S. D
SELF. RALPH B,, Seminole, Okl
SMITH, JOHN C, Rockvllle Centre.
STONE CECIL. Paduiah. Ky.
WEBSTER, ASHER L McMUlnvllle, 'lenn
WENDERSKI, ALBERT Milwaukee Wis
LACORTE, JOSEPH Washington. D C
LAUUENTHAL. MATHIAS J . Prairie Due
LAUEH. WILLIAM, Jr , Morrlsonvllle, III.
MiOIIN EARL M New Somerset. O
MiOEE. JAMES KOIIKRT. lainaronlug. Md.
MAI.VICA.NO. CEASAKE, UK Banker street,
Newark, N. J.
MAIUISOA PHILIP C Brooklyn
MERCURY JAMES M Ro. hester, N. Y.
MILLER. ARTHUR Vlma. Wis
MINNER PETER H Johnson Minn
MOE. ILBIN New Rliluuoii.t W U
MONT II Y AUGUST E ileiialr la
MORRIS. ESLIE S . Oossett. Ill
PASTWA STANLEY Detloll
PETERSON. MAGNUS mery. Wis
R1ZZO. ANOEI.O. New York
ROIIEItSON. LOUIS. Alwx. Okla
SCHOOLER. HERHERi, I..111,. ister, Ky
SEIM WILLIAM W Lansing. Mich
SHEEIIIN, CHARLES E. Louisville, Ky.
SMITH I'REI) V Red Deer. Uberta. Can.
STROUD. JOHN W . Sulphur Springs, Tex.
SUTHERLAND I.AHKIN. Couni.ll. Va
TVI10R PRICE. Columbus. Ind.
TAPPUN 1'I.OYD T . Detroit
TIUIR l.tCKB 1' , Nelson, British Colum
TIBBEns. FRED I, . Dolores. Col
WARNER LOUIS. Fremont. Nell
WOOD. ORVAL THEODORE. Lansing.
VilSSIM) IN ACTION
DELBERT. Inland. Ore.
ROSIER WILLIAM, It.
CLARENCE D . Antlgo. Wis
WOODWARD. BENJAMIN. Dorchester.
IIROCUMVN, JOE F. Illekttifln. Kv.
Ul'RltlS CHARLES. Hastings Neh.
ARIUSrn LUIS Coalaate. Okla.
DAIOLE, ADCO. Belle River, la
Dn. EIGKNKI. Tllcvllle N V
MM. I'll V. EVEHOT. HlintlliKtun Ind.
OAKCIl hlMPl.ICIOA. Zunl N -M
HARMON JOHN A . Torre Haute. Ind
HAYES. BENJAMIN II . Michigan Cltj.
HILTON JOHN II. Roikford. Ill
JACKSON, ADtM, I'iragauld. Ark.
JACKSON ARTHUR II.. Ltesxllle La
JOHNS DAVID. Brantford Ontario. Can.
JOH.S'sW.V, JAMES E.. New York.
JOI.LCY OSCAR K . Dexterm. lla
KAVANAOH. JOHN II . Haverhill. Mass
KEANE. JAMES II . Tuck.ihoe. N Y.
KERR, JOHN W, West Oulnc:, Miss
M. CURDY PERL I... Marietta, O.
McOINNIS. JOHN O. Linton. Ind
MAl'LAY. ROBERT . Brookljn
MAI.INOW'SKI. JOSEPH. 44 Spring t.ur-
den street, Reading, Pa.
PENNINGTON elDlE, Brailford. Ark
P1ERSON. CHARLES, Clinton. Ind
PLUMMER. WILLIE LLOYD. Owlngsville,
POLACO. JULIAN Edith. Col
RAYGVltD ERNEST C Lowell. Art
REICK, OEOIttiE, R. F. I). 33, Stevens-
ROGERS. MIKI.TON f , Hon.lnle, Miss.
RUSSELL. LOUIS L l.odl, Cnl.
RUTHERFORD. HEN. Ixng Leaf. La
M'lll'l.TZ. JOE U Scotts. Ark
SCIMONO. AIIORKI. laivvrince, Mns.
STACK, DENNIS. Waterburj. Conn
SWIFT, IRV1N M . Reed. Ky
THORSON. LANDRUP. Anaionda, Mont.
TRUJILLO. ABENCIO, Nembo, N M
VAN LINN. PETER JOHN, South Kau-
VODALL. OLE I-nncp, Mont
WOODS. FOREST A . Columbus. Ga
ZIEMER. ARTHUR U, Watertown, Wis.
UNO, WILLIAM. Dftrolt.
LANSON, ABBIE J , Covington. La.
LEWIS. ROBERT I, New Orleans
LLOYD. IWRENCE HeMio Ark,
LOAN, ROY V , Mnrllnton. W. Va
LOVE. FRED M . Trout. I.a.
Mi DONALD. GEORGE J , Trench Lkk. Ind
MAGIELSKI, JOHN, Detroit.
MARTIN. BRODIE II.. Jr . McNary. La.
MIEU. EBERE Morewntcr, La.
MINKER. JOSEPH. Chk.io
l'.ia0. LEONARD .1., West Apollo, To.
PHIFER. CLAUDE L. Tipton. Ind
POOL. SAM. Jr.. Loakesvllle. Miss
PRIDEMORE. WYATT. Clarkston. W. Va
RIOSHY, WIRT. Indianapolis. Ind
RODDEY. GEORGE W . Port Vincent. La.
ROE. NORMAN 1... 017 Wane avenue. Ell
SVMUELS, SIDNEY. Louisville. Ky
SCHLEUTER, JULIUS WILLIAM, North
SHANNON. JOHN EDWARD. Clinton, ind
ROOSEVELT AGAINST "
I TlTiTi,17I7 iVini?! Pi7Ari7
VlMLiV LiljVEiU iMllJ
Calls Plan That Would Make
U. S. a "China of Occi
By the United Press
New York, Sept 6.
Co'one Theodore Roosevelt, as tnj
principal speaker at the Lifayette day
ererclses here today vigorously de
nounced any Idea of a. league of nations
that would Include Germany, Austria
Hungary and Turkey in its membei
ship He also branded as silly any as
sertion that a league of nations plan
would guarantee peace to those who
have not the will and power to prepare
for their own defense,
"Support any such plan which is hon
est and reasonable," he said, "but sup
port It as an addition to, and never a
substitute for the policy of preparing
our own strength for our own defense.
To follow any other course would turn
this country Into a China of the Occi
dent. "I believe preparation should be stall
ed by the Introduction fn this country
of the principle of universal training
and unlv ersal service, as practiced in .
Switzerland There will be no taint of
Prussian militarism In such a system
It will merely mean to right for self
defense and a great democracy In which
law, order and liberty are to prevail.
M. Jusserand, the French ambassador,
attended the exercises and responded to
the address of Coltyiel Roosevelt.
Officers of the American and Allied
armies and navies were present among
the guests of honor.
SHEEHAN PLACES DAUGHTER
Wills Register Gives Her Job in
James B Sheehan, Register of Wills,
has appointed his daughter. Miss Estelle
h. Sheehan, to the position of stenog.
rapher and typewriter in his offico,
created by Councils shortly before their'
summer recess at the request of
Sheehan, asking Councils Finance
Committee to recommend the new posi
tion, declared It was made necessary by
the Increased volume of business.
SIIsb Sheehan's work is largely tran
scription of lecords and testimony In,
will contests. Her annual salary Willi
be 11300. While learning ner duties she
worked several months gratuitously in
Sheehan now draws a salary of ispoo
a year. He refuses to recognize the
validity of the Legislative act lncrean
ing his salary to J10.000 and abolishing
his ft-. His suit to continue Uklnc
fees and .a vuu saury, mateaa of
ARRIVAL OF WOUNDED HEROES IN
Cloe lo two core American soltlicri wlio hail been wounded in France arrived litre this aflrrnnon from Lake-
wood, N. J., where they have been rcrupcralitif;
"POOR GERMANY," WAIL TEUTONS
Continued from Page One
d.i.v mid week after week until nnly
thin tcmnants of them are left, witli
out piomlie of telief.
All Hope for rupture
So it Is that the divisions of Hue
and odd lilts of divisions seinped tn
nether and sent forum el nfter leeent
battles which itlmott destroyed tlietti
as fighting units nre bearing the brunt
of our onslaught ami are never out
of le.ielt of our tanks ami expeetlntr
ever.v day will be their last one un
less thev have the luck to be cap
tilted, it is for that they all hope, us
the onl hope to be made prisoners
and telleved from tills fe.ir and horror.
They tell us these things frankly
enough on our side of the lines, and in
lettets wu pick up on battlefields we
lead their misery. One man of the
lonth Grenadier Regiment wiote on
"The British are now a little more
quiet. Just nt the spot where we
quartered a fortnight ago he begnir
hlR ndvnnoe and attacked with a hun
dred tanks The Bavarians, who re
lieved us here have nearlj. all been
captured b the British. If they had
left us In line another two days the
war would have been over for me by
tills time. So are we In mortal danger
every day, and we eertalnly could not
! be worse off with tho British than we
"Tho war cannot last much longer.
We cannot hope fo lany further suc
cess. Our enemy Is superior to us in
numbers, and everything else, and
victory is nut of tho question."
Another man, of the 190th Infantry
regiment, writes In a letter home:
"We ate lying here in a hellish posi
tion; no dugouts, hut all in funk holes,
with losses and again losses, and
dead; so that we become almost mad.
Since lying heie I have been smoked
out three times, and if this continues
for long I shall cease to take part In
It, jou may he sure of that, for I am'
not hanging on so mlseinbly merely to
get my limbs shot to pieces after four
j ears of war.
"We are going into rest. Our orders
are to hold the position to tho last
i man, and companies go into line heto
Iwitli twenty men. My God! If the
J Tommies only knew that! Alas, poor
Letter Tells of Mutiny
In a letter from Germany found on
a soldier, there Is an account of a
mutiny at the town of Xeusse by men
sent to ourfront.
"The troops In one train refused to
go to the front, and looted and de
stroved the refreshment room at the
station. Even the Lnndstrum was
c""el out. but th0 troops on their part
tool- their rifles and showed they were
J quite prepared to shoot. Thereupon
the Landstuim was withdrawn. The
officers have no more control over
The men who came through our
line Wednesday all .s.t the German
army Is profoundly resigned and that
the men talk as those who are doom
ed. The strain of war has been too
long anil too bitter, and they aro
broken In spirit after the enormous
failure of their last offensive.
Yet to be fair to them and to our
men, who are not lighting cowards or
white feathers, many of them, espe
cially their machine gunners, are hold
ing out In rear-guaid actions with the
courage of despair, and If that Is not
first class courage it is second best
and takes a lot of beating.
On our side there Is all the difference
between one world and another, ail the
difference between th spirit of hope
and of despair. It Is utterly true to
say that our men are going forward
with gladness and exultation. They
know the risks ahead. Thore Is noth
I want women who
think they can't bake
and women who think they CAN bake to try
The first will say, "Now I know I can bake"; the
second will say, "I only thought I could bake."
It you think thia is simply an
advertisement try Princine
bund handled cups, at
inc Vj lb.. 3vc lb., in
WtSctv ffi You Save j
and otAer gooi itore
1 4 fit ..i.ih" 'rSKmtl
rfa Sv S. y& j"V i' !- gTs!BKR
"- - ac w . . dgK v . u j. v axt, . .m. - igBB tgaium isc fB- veo. -?
ing one can tell them about tho hor
tors of war. They know Its fearful
fatigue, tho beastliness of thlngh, the
stench and dust of tho luttlclleld, the
wicked snap of machine-gun bullets
and the howl of the high velocities.
But. In spite of all that thev ate
marching forward with a light In thelt
ces ami eager looks, and whole
armies nin tin the move with a gum
kind of Joy.
An Astounding Pageant
It Is an astounding pageant, these
bundled:) of thousands of men Ung
glish, Welsh, Canadians, Scottish and
Australians all moving In a long
reaching tide, with horses and guns
and transports, along tracks over old
battleilelds, going forwatd milo by
mile very slowly because of the silt go
of traffic over narrow ways, but never
Dust rises from these moving legions
In brownish clouds which the wind
tosses above their steel helmets, and
through this dust, on which the sun
is shining hotly, there Is a vision of
brown mnsses of men, with the glint
of steel on rifles and helmets and
twinkling colors, red and blue and
gieen, of staff budges and pennons.
Theie is a great music of war over
all this scene. Scottish battalions go
forwatd to the lighting line led part
of the way by their pipers, and across
the battleilelds come tho wild cty or
tho pibroch and the dtone of many
pipes. Tlie English battalions are
marching with biass bands playing
of Knglish marching tunes, and be
tween whiles, merry bursts of lagtlme.
The crunching of heavy gun wheels
over rough gtound, officers shouting
orders to their men, the hooting of
lorry horns and motor horns and an
incessant hum of airplanes overhead
nil make up a symphony which has a
song of triumph In Its theme.
A Wench artist friend of mine
watched tills scene, and It lighted ilres
in his eyes the warrior look of our
men, their splendor of physique and
youth, their hardness and gravity,
which seemed to nim illumined by h
sense of victory In their spirit. A
young officer of u machine-gun section
came down ftom the lino slightly
wounded, with n trickle of blood down
his elieek, but there was a kind of
glamour on his face as of some mes
senger of good fate, and seeing, per
haps, some look of understanding from
the French painter, who was watch
ing him, he turned and laughed and
waved his hand.
Let Cuticura Care
for Baby's Skin
It's really wonderful howquicklva hot
bath with Cuticura Soap followed by a
gentle anointinp with Cuticura Oint
ment relieves skin irritations which
keep baby wakeful and restless, per
mits sleep forinfant and rest for mother,
and points to healment in most cases
when it seems nothing would help.
Sample Enrh Free h Mall. Address post
card "Cutlrtira. Dept. 031, Boston." Sold
everywhere soap 5c. Ointment 25 and COc.
SEPTEMBER 6, 1918
And so it was with it young artil
lery officer who boarded my car after
the brenk through and asked for a lift
"Splendid going." he said. ' Old
1'iilz Is hopping It."
Ho laughed Ilka n schoolboy, and
then seeing the colonel of an aitlllerv
brigade riding up the track, shouted
to him, "Hello, father! Going for
rather and son were In the same
lino of business, and the older man
turned In his saddle, smiled, and raised
a warning hand, as thought to say:
"Don't get Into mischief, my bo."
It Is difficult to keep in touch vvr:h
the front line now, it is moving so fast
and leaving gient desolation behind.
Tho signaleis ate working day ami
night to carry on their lines, and
headquarters have to keep moving
from one set of dugouts to another
day by tlav. They find the Get man
dugouts, enormously deep, all ready
for them, tho former lodgers hav ing
left in a hurry; and when 1 went to
see our naval divisions I found of
fice! s below ground down many
wooden stuirs leading to dank tunnels.
They were working by candle-light,
and thete came shouts for more
cundles from officers In small caverns
directing the progicss of their men
ahead and speaking to the guns over
One of these olliceis spread out his
maps on n little table in his dugout
and showed me the furthest point
i eaelied by the naval men and said:
"Good tiling, this. The naval bojs
are all out and have done gloriously.
They have got the enemy on the run."
Upstalts tlie ti enches wero full of
wet chalk, slimy and slippery alter
tho rain, so that it was haul to keep
one's feet. Down thcrn came a file of
naval men In full fighting kit, and
they climbed out of the trenches and
went away over tlie open counliy to
follow up their outposts.
The logical place
Store open tomorrow
fiom 10 to 4:30.
Philadelphians who want
new and distinctive merchan
dise turn naturally to Dar
lington's. This store has a well-merited
and long-established repu
tation for having well-chosen
stocks, worthy intrinsically,
ofttimes exclusive in pattern
But our prices are not high
goods of equal quality are
not on sale for less anywhere.
Prove this to yourself to
morrow. We shall be glad to
welcome newcomers to Phila
delphia, as well as the thou
sands of our regular patrons.
You are invited to inspect our
display of Millinery. There is such
a large variety of both large and
small Hats that every woman is
assured of finding just the model
most becoming to her.
Helps for autumn dressmaking
will be found in the Notion De
partment. First Floor
One can be assured of always
finding here something new and
interesting in Hand rings, Jewelry
and Toilet Goods. These Sections
are very conveniently located just
inside the Chestnut Street door.
Be sure to see the new Silks and
Dress Goods at Darlington's to
morrow. We believe our stocks
this season aro unsurpassed any
where in variety, value and desir
ability. First Floor
Plan to buy your Furs early this
season, so that you may have the
maximum of use from them. And
do not buy until you have seen
ours! The Coatees we aro show
ing in several different Furs are
attracting much favorable atten
tion. Third Floor
WOMEN'S SWEATERS nre
here at prices ranging from $12.50
to $20.00 brushed wool nnd Shet
land, mostly with collars and cuffs
trimmed in contrasting effect.
Many different styles nnd all the
Help winlh fir yV , TD M,kfai
War by taking jr JL -A- 1 J O V War itv .
mall packages .W &,.LcJ6Wi -"piBg
with you. CS 26-a Chditu4 Q&trcU . ii'LJ?R
1 . "Tvmwwr I ill !
1 j, m'ij. .-. ,J'r ; 'o ' v '3T'. ,:, v ' ""dm
Thousands Cheer Conva
lescent Soldiers as They
Ride Down Broad St.
COME FROM LAKEW00D
Shouts of Welcome Arise
Men Arrive at Pennsyl
. ii'iuining conqueror was cver.glven
a warmer recrptlnn than that which
greeted nearly two scorn of American
soldiers, from Krance, at Urnad Street
X-- . ,
nimiun mis tiuernoon
T lie lads came from the hospital at
I.akewood, N" .1, whole they have been
recuperating from wounds They are In
rnu.iae'ipni.i to attend the police car
The station fairly shook with cheers
and music nH the flghleis limped from
tin- train and made tliolr way toward
the gates A cordon of policemen fcund
It a strenuous task to protect the In
coming Yanks from the thousands of
ftlendly hands which extended totviud
thev In all directions
Many of Hie warriors hobbled on
i rutches anil others trudged along with
anes Some were pale and wan but
thev all smiled and thore was a trace
of teat s In the eyes of many ef them
as they saw familiar races here and
there in the throng
Viet lij 1-ollre Hends
The soldiers were met Inside the gate
bv a conitnltt'c composed of Acting Su
perintendent of Police Mills, Police Cap
tains Temoest and Kcrlnv, and Lieuten
ant Hamilton, of the Br.inchtnwn station
incidentally, all the members of the
committee had tasted the smoke of bat
tle themselves In earlier wars, and there
was something deeper than an official
welcome In the gieetlng they gave the
bojs in khaki
As the spldiers lined up Inside the
gttes. Acting Superintendent Mills
pinned a red, white and blue bade on
the brcHst of each.
The badges bore a picture of Genet al
Pet piling and dhectlv- beneath the plu
me this words "Welcome to Our
Heroes" At the bottom of the badge
as a little Liberty Bell
tin reaching the street the men were
helped Into automobiles, piloted by the
women drivers of tho Motor Messenger
Corps Led by the Police Band the
heroes were then escorted to the Hotel
Business practically stopped w hen the
procession passed down Broad stteet
Cheers came from everywhere and hun
dreds of handkerchiefs fluttered fioin
windows of "skj scrapers."
The men will be given a diner to
night and later will be tlie guests of
the Police Carnlyal Committee nt a
theatre party Tomoirow tl.e will be
taken on a slghtJeelng trip 1 cfore they
go to sec the sports at the police car
nival Private Nelson A Jones, son of Mrs.
Matgartt .Tones, 510!) Krankford avenue,
was the only Phlladelphlan In Iho party
Jones Is a member of Troop H, Second
t'avnlry He was wounded in the chest
by a machine gun bullet late In April,
when he was sent out fiom Paris to
help stun the Herman advance sweep
ing toward the French capital
Jones received such short notice that
was to make the trip to Philadelphia
Notice About Women's Garments
Tnrrmrvmv tho firsf Rnfriirrlnv in Spnf-prnh?t finite mip
... - . M .
women s uarment bection on
pared to meet the demands of
who depend on this store for
luais, siviKis ana waists.
Styles are correct and distinctive, prices fair, variety'
ample. And shopping here is a pleasure! A large, well-
lighted tloor, where one can make selection leisurely, com-
iortamy ana satislactorily.
May we nrove to you tomorrow how well m-enared the
Joseph G. Darlington Store is
in Wnmpn's finrmpntu?
A rA di 4.
xv vjuuu nacc
Almost every woman in her plans for the autumn
wardrobe will include new Corsets, and we wish to direct'
special attention to the MAYFAIR line. MAYFAIR
Corsets are made exclusively for us and embody many
special features. There are many different models for
the various figure types prices range from S4.00 to
We also carry Gossard and W. B. Corsets. Expe
rienced corsetierres are in attendance to insure correct fitf,
A Charming Dress for Junior
Girls at $18.75
To the miss of 13, 15 and 17 this
Dress will appeal strongly. Made
from good French serge in brown,
navy and Copenhagen. The illus
tration shows the style satin tie,
broad belt with large buttons, nov
elty pockets. Excellent value at
Girls' Dresses, Sizes 6 to 14
Gingham in plaids and plain
colors, many styles -$7.75 to $12.50.
All-serge or serge with separate
washable guimpe, some embroidered,
others plain $10.50 to $18.75.
For Misses, Sizes 14 to 20
DRESSES of jersey cloth, serge.
Georgette, taffeta and satin $18.75
SUITS of duvet de laine, velour
and tweeds, plain and fur trimmed
$39.75 to $115.00. .
COATS frieze, velour, duvetyne,
bolivia; plain and fur trimmed
$28.00 to $225.00.
SKIRTS, worsted and wool ve
lour, in pronounced stripes and
plaids, also plain serges and gabar
dines $13.50 to $32.50.
that he didn't have .time "-to"
mother. ' i?a..
Jones was In the regular arV -tloned
at Fort Myer, when war
r.. .:.:; ou.. , . -til1..
a7iaiu oiiitiLer, wno is a xies-i
oincer, la the only one of the naM
has not been In France, he. Is In)
ui an me entertainment ream
L,aKewood, Lieutenant R. H.. 1
ineuiuai corps omcer Tvitn tno party,-."
service in trance before America '
tered tho war, with the British, i
Todajs Marriage LiceneT $41
Joseph Toting. U S,. A., Camp Cran.iJ
vera u Kress Allentown. Pn. fi
Frank O. Talort Camden. S. J.. and.Blltfi;
. .tmriin. iii.o j'emriage si. -"r,,tt-
Claud Pettyjohn, 1(140 N Warnock St., wtit'-i
.. '..',..' ',1" pib -, loin SI, ,
llHrold VV Nash. U. H. S, Mlcnlcari' iW
-nary A -Marshall. 3JJ S. 11th at. A'SslJ
Joseph McCourt, 40W llarlng st and Ksttll,5
uvans 3VIS N Front et 'VVlSI
Knslgn Alexander C Hooker. U. a, N. B. r.VSSJ
llraillco Hull Cambridge, Mass., and Hsi;Jl
rl-t C Oay. 343 I'elham road. j 't7s!
.tiniirii-c ii .ainansitii, ii, w, 1 noroVPOa Vy
st . and Flora I Urewer. 1205 W. ThanHs.?!,
son st , -TjfwS
Umll llolin 1IS4 8. .l-'d at. and Ida WinlenTEa
1l.it H, .VJd st -,'tsl
ueorge vv Edwards I3 n Ilobart aL.'attfld
Mnhr.1 Miller. TiMHI MamniAn . . . ,-TZ V
nidmrd It Young. 2007 Fltiwater tr,iJJ
and I.llllan O Cralir. tni7 Vlll.err Jt uTX'T
Joseph O Hurn. 1 3 Vt Wayne ave ttnd-KatfcaSJ
erlne t.axrrv 43",1 vjvn met. -.-Sa
Prank II ftrauh Ilasonne, N, J and Msrlili
1.- ttlBhl.u VI 1-,l. - - S1
James a .Mills, lino N.'f.otti at., and JerWUJ
Hoden 437 N O.lth st jCTHJ
l.uoj M Moore, ltllM Wallace st, Jr- y3
Aleander J ltuehanan. 3114 N. 8lh t.,',na "l
Sarah A. Hartranft. 3407 (iermantown are. W
Frank I. Woods, VQi Spruce at., and MtirSfM
i, rt .mrrnry. .,,. iiiHITIDrin St. v.v.i&fl
Kenneth VV Clark. V. S. N . Saginaw. MiCh.i1
n.,,1 V inin .., v-ll.c, ,- fj , , ,1. , , .ll.lly,. .01 1
Lltrhtr rorrcll 42-0 H, nicka at., and Ann J
M Kirbv, mi) H Hicks nt. rVih
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A W'Unnn, Kncli-nlrr N. Y. f
NVhI HarklnB. Jr., lnni V. Arlionn Bt. and
tun .ti ijirnfr, nil Arizona et. riid
Frank rnht-n. !07 Vine et and Alary SApol-r-1!
nn r't 1 tlie 1st, " ,f
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Jaini T Morrow U . X, Ulvrr Fall
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.Snmul Auderfton LM70 Janprr nt,. and SalH"
H Mncowan I'lll) .tnrhnll t. - -i
Frank J JlcOrorry 817 churrlt lane, and "vj
Ann f linnltirehum itn V. Uarman n
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rash, or other itchinrr. burnine sore."fe
because children's skins are easjJy-S'f
irritateil, and if the hurt is neglecied,s
obstinate trouble may persist" ij
later life. W
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were originatetl by a doctor and httffljfj
hoen used bv eloctora for mnnv vaMsse-i?!
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