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rO CASUALTY LISTS
six Pershing Men Ire Slain in Battle and Thirty'
nine Others Die 202 Reported Missing,
'aTnslilngtnn, Sept. 12.
p War Department today announced
liftrmy casualty I(st of 338 names and
ut night of 331 namu, making a
J f ceo e, n, ... ,.m,i Tn. I
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'8 list is divided as follows: Killed In
n. tnentv.nlne mUsIne In notion.
r ' "
.11; died of disease, five: died from
founded severely. 175; wounded, degree
aem. one: meet oi wnunas. iweivc.
1 T -IT ..
names on lat tilcM s list were
llvlded as follow
Killed In action.
itj. ukiucu ua luiiuin
ir;"T I t 1 - THf lillllf. tll II I.-PB nrIann
l&i .twenty-sev en : mlsslns n nitlon, nlnet- toi.i.ifson. mums Warwick ,n h
gWfen,: wounded severely, 1S1, died of T ten r. Alll. It . tiranifor.i V n
fSkr-idltd from airplane accident, one; JV.j'JiiiT ""'Alt vv ""oiumhla "m d ,
rJMrMarnUndart aoioralc frn-n nlmlanr nrrl. I '!' '. 1.1 W 18 llrrlln street. Newark.!
tSa'Dt one! wounded, decree, undetcr- I
,&&Mlned. clBht i
$L' Todays list follow,- I
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k; t BURNS. JAMES S I) . New York
1-p-SxROEonn. HAnitv auoustus. aiu
S-MOROZlk' TNMST Detroit
fjiv'PjlYKE. Mnltn!4 I. Mirlnert V
KJJvTOtJNTAl.V. AMI.L1AM F Mamh-ster,
f -V. H.
VA s.tltt.t.l V1IP7 4 ll'I'HMI IIpau at.t11
Ph ' Tex.
;" COOLACK. ADOI.PH t'roilnVnie H I
Vf ",DOatR. JOHN INrni-s Kin
rv"trAT.T. nMl'lll T., ....ox lllh
Wf 'HAWKS. JOHN" ' S-nohom'ih ah
SKOLKANO, HEItMXN J Portland Ore.
KKsLIBERTAS JOSEPH II Detroit
riVWVHUS. JUH notion 9
S? MERLtNI. JIM.tE South Porlti Kill
KiiJPAONANI. MCOMX Cantirta ltab
"PARKEn. ELMER 1. Kallnpell Mont
ra CUtl.llUKH, WILUa.M vull.l' .eiv tin
.i 4 lain rrtww
SEln.' JAME. Oi-noa. ltal
Vt- BHERMAN. ERNEST O Wlitiur Mien
Iff TOMUNSON, FREDERICK M Portland
1&.'" " Or
Kftii. fiLENN. FRA.NK PhTl R. 3111
I2.-I" ard street. Phlladrlnhla. Pa
3118 .North How-I
.T101.QVER. CLIFFORD C , Keenati w va.
i.VJWORE. RI'SSEI.I, .. 49 Third afreet.
m&tt Emaiia, ra.
Rlf- OEPEV. RALrit Chlcaeo
Ptabhu, rsifK. i . weiriscni jurn
I-iT1 W1CHA. BENEDIK. Fltchburit Masl
niEii or nniNns
rtNELON. 11 KRV W Rrtlncland'r VH
i'v-nU-I- IIARKl ('.. riltnton. ra.
inHlWMHV -MIIIV U . nnnnnH fa
"J". RACE. RonERT. Illthland station, ritta-
Sjf'DlNKlN. FELLX. Jtfjers Hill S C
txi .iAanivfvcii.ii. iniiv i ii ak.1
iSJ','s::"'iiv"-..7"'Vi' " "
if'avravi nnamoHin, in.
ffTWHER. MENRT S Haitlnsa, .Scb.
', HALU CLARK. Harlan. Ks
KKLTZ. HARRY A.. 223 Falrmnnl utreet,
ttJCOWALSKI. .MACACEJ fhlropee .Mana
. 1ATlfa Tit.nrv namlllc. ITw
tv vinMcn umvinli a van f.nrni Val.
ftfel iy. n. y.
DiEii or nitE.r,
feVcCOT. JOHN T . Cufiarrland Md
'riufcKMnv ,n-.t li , ... f-l. 1.4. t...
JSIMPSON. ERNEST L Guthrie Okla
!f STANLEY. JOHN W . Sontau. Va.
JfcKDC, WALTER. Montlcello. O i
DIKI1 FROM ACCIKLVT
ri'i '.rcf -.m. i.u....
A.V I4. .Ml
tCfPS etSEN, ALVA F. Hart'neton Neb
J 2r . , I
t-srl I H..V. ... DBF - t ttf.i'tnv
sVa'.pis nuvaunu nr,iuir,i,i i.i iiinw.i
ifjJOOlONS. ALBERT W . 'Kennebunk Me.
KfeBlALOCK. ROBERT VVebbHit Mo
SS?COTKENDALL. ELDON II Hartford. Conn
Fiiwaacr-Kj( .ivji.i , iiuji-.
rStnTZOERALD. JUH.v J -sw lora
?..r.pi"MiB", t t nintiru
7 Fourth axe-
.Hire. East (iranzr. .s. ,i.
fVjsf' . ..
KWKACHORN, ORLANDO II
P) Park avenue,
LVs-ATWATER. DKNSL ..
Wj Omnn, X. J.
m&fCK BOONE. JACOH o srraj
TO-CISCHKE. KUWAIVll uei-OIi
rvs5- Griffith, frank m, putsneid in
i. "SaRWELAT. AUOl'ST Collln-vllle. Ill
?5 Aniibur.il, iiAi.ii, ,,......... .
ft-ileDDEON. RASMUS OLAF Warren Minn
IviJTOVOTNY. FRANK. New lork
n.J. ,- . T.nn.n tv.nn- Mil.. ..!
A OGDEN, KDSCl.N l,, t.oseriu.i i '--JS
nrnux. JOHN H S-outh Ueud Ind
CTESTLAKE EDQAR O VVacersvllle K
SCUPPS. RRIAR L.. 22' Roekjway alreet.
rTsr sit I IT. I W
rAXOERMAN. JOHN B Columbtann Ala
f.tJKAD THOMAS H . Sardla Tenn
r'i.Vi,nAKIEL. OLIN Rnasvllle l,a.
WaeWir. MENAHEJf Rrookljn
t"STRONO. THOMAS II Pontotoc Tex
fcSpSTON. WINSLOV,- II Wollaston Mass
iBRSON, JAMES. Fox. ill
ntvIN VERN S . Olenville, Minn
oviv. JAMES Whltnevvllle Lonn
c&KT. -..,. vnnin T.tnho Italia Idaho
'JSXfninMririrriir ORA.N'T Retail. Wash
irXWOWELT. HORACE B rocaleuo. inano
SjHTCKE. HENRI DE. no aonresa eiven
!:. ..iurm BIVIKON J . St raui. iinn
ISKeWERS. -SLMEP. I Sh.lb.Ull. 111.
ff,SSMOROWSKI. JonN. 317 (.rem .tract,
.'"AELANTJ. RALPH V Osaiie 1 ItJ. Kan
iaiainv it.nERT D Mason Ky
''(ImlFral. HOWARD Steele Ky.
KoWANLON. WILLIAM A Dunsmulr 1 al
WXARDINQ. JAMES F Cottasn t-rove. ore
.''Csir,.o vnvnTAXTY. Dutulh Minn.
i".I.HON. 'ALEXANDER. Nee he. N D
AriflV lVnM f . Cnderwnod. V I)
kSicClER. JERRY. Highland Park. Thomp
FrjtisTOPlIEi:. DAVE. Chlcaeo HI
,;;2LaRK. HER8CHEL A CannilburB, Ind
CRUMB. ARTIE G Kelso Wash
. iTTr nillljti R heattle. Waah
viVTaiei'.MAN'N JOSEPH. St Louis
SIR. FRANK. II I- II ID. rrosiam.
'XVxvld, JOHN r Chicago
,f irll.TS. ESTER. Fries. Va
i,.: 3fr.TS. ESTER. Fri
, njllffs HENRT VT . Tunnelton Ind
lSuNWALU, HERMAN F M Louis
IfiuLafiERTV. UK.NNIH. 41)1) Itouleiaril
F' tjaama. N. J.
t vWlWaNi rMUir isii r """I
'pi ISOt'LAND, Eutii .. .iii"iii ,,oo..
fv JOHNSON, BEN, Kansas City. Mo
" iralBITrlll T AUUU'n, jmur
? Y IfOLBE. HKNRI BJ1II,. iiunaio. . .
a-aJIBERT liAnivi. ihii.
r- ..- . .,ti.a - 'hpim
.-Sjajli-f,. JrtJiOJ , . M
. EAaL i.., 1 irons mr, .
ivrnv. Kildlnea. Snana. Sweden.
rXBT. THOMAS CHARLES. New fork.
JT TOM. Bl. i-ouia
riNI. ALBERT J , San rrancisco.
D. JOSEPH. St. Louis
u i-aHMI D.. Fair Oak. Ind
ECT. IRWIN C, Detroit. Mich
EDWIN C Red Blurt. Cal.
03CAR WILLIAM. rosioua.
JOSErll. 1416 hooth riftertith
Kris. Pa. '
JAMES. Fargo. N, P.
I, If. VV.. jwenaen. i-uiin.
WILLIAM A.. Olathe, Kan.
DELUAR A.. Welssr. Idaho,
JOSEPH. Outlook, Mont.
- ?7rLw . ., iy u.. U Still !-
LOUIS C, kin Franclaco.
CARLTLE 11., Fayette. Idaho.
BVICCH. DANILO. South Takovo.
g. THOMAS E., Hot Springs. Ark.
lOISK. JAUCa ., .s". .
WILLIAM M.. Holyoke, Mass.
ev. KUCIENE IL, Minneapolis,
L" LOUIS. Decatur. III.
L. WAarTlsai ' a s-aorri irn,
Pa. , ,
BERNAKU. Jilliesnanuro, ro-
' WILLIAM II.. Hartford. Conn.
9LD A Brooklyn.
M wM pprucs awcci.
TAHAnO VIJ'CENZO, Waterl.urv. Conn.
TIIUnnBll. JKSSC K . FlarfleM. idaho.
TIHUBTTS UEOIUIE K Poxnolm. N. D
inP.V.lU',:v iBPII W Montpeller. Vt.
uMHU' '-"'vM.ehair Tia'1 "
I.TTfc!1!." !'! K.. Warwick. . J.
n.ir,mii, hilRll K. aofl Month ihnrles
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r.VHvv i:i.i, i.vs n vtuskeaon viich
Wr,l,',l.U" v ,iI?,,J ."" renn n d.
M! ' Kl WVl . xV'.rarn.'r" .
intuitu mini , i .... u .
' " N li.WMI l .n at Hamnton Conn.
V.'iV.V" DAMfi Ur.t I nlon III
" V." . '.l.,,",,, .,,, -" '"t london
. Mrert. I'lllliilrlphl i. Pi.
ami.i.tt. fiWlti titlrr,cor !a
! M'7.'S..,n"s North Chariot- N I-
lr iditiir. Pn.
!!AR.'"il..A,MV,'!... :lu,U,2"" .. Jonetlon la.
,V.v.o,. .....X.'!" ! .iirpriiiieju Mima
! !M,KN KRIT7 K J Purl l.udlnw Wash.
I lOHNON ll I.IAM J l.iuk W
iJOIINSO.N HhltMAV Portal!. ",
JO.NES tTIR llnwrr V ii
I KKI.M DOIfll. ( . M, Flnl.rta Kj
K1NI! JOHN A New HaMll Conn.
KDCHANtlWXKI OTTO C 1 i iSilln
!KI)SM. ,RNh, 111 Kherman utrret.
Trrntnn N. .1.
I ri:itrUKRE JOKPH Manitoba ( anada
I.A1 HIV KARI, (!l STA l hliaco
I.KAltr 'OSBPH D p lliii-n ( onn
II1NS()N. (IIXRI.I.s, K2fl ,,( Irtlnr.
Inn, llitilmnre. Mil
tlNlllEY MILLARD I Ilopklnm lll K
MrfOt KT. rt RD lEROMr.. ST llarrart
tree!, Nrw llrunwlrk, .N. .1.
McDERMOTT I LUIR II I ll.itnn Mlrh.
MiOEE WtlTKIl P Contonl. Tinn
MilVEIl KENVETH RIrraM Oro
MARLEIt OTTO Plrilm mt Mo
VSVEn FRANK Jami-allll W la
MOIONO. N(.KIO. MKIMKL. .Ml fore
-trret. Ilrllrvlllr. N. .1.
MOORF PEIU LMr Chlinirn
MARI.OW JAMS' V Npw Haiin Conn
M077ETTA At REI1T Piilmnn 1-r.nn
pPIC MIKE St Iula
PTso CHARLES M
PACTI.LR HEVP.Y LEWIS Lancaster
PEDK 1NO PTK1 Mlddlatnwn Conn
PERRY "II RI OW Kalamaion Mlrh
PINDER TIIOMVS K Rlrhniond Cal
PRICE XI.UFRT Orffnfleld Mao
PPOtENCHER CI.IVTOV D Cnrlni-r
nvrtr Nntiv: o-rtr mrm
RMCO I.EROY st rramll1l!e III
ItKI-sf. STAM.E1 (I,. Ebenshiire. Pa.
: CEY Sabnucla M
lit HENRY Vawl
ST SAVIOR HENRY Vewlnirtiin Conn
S( IIO II, .IOrPII. 811 Il'ilto treet.
Trenton, N .1
" IIFI.TZ FDARDr V:urrl n Mont
1MAHD JOE Thrall Tv
sfll F.R. rilMIAD, MO f.nrdnrr alreet. Ilo-
hokrn. V. 4,
sCHUORMVN i:RI. Urn ro Kan
CRESWBLI. HRRY T
IBITERIES ORVAI. Cnlarvllle n
PSUOIIV MROIL I , Valhalla Mo
HOWIXlN KMlli I. Vddlion Mich
STEM KT. RTIIl R IIR1IKL rear .110
Sfimnd nvenue, I'lttsburich, Pn.
VllsslNt. IN ACTION
I.VVIAV E t.amonl Iowa
(j VINES JCUIV I
11a) Ctt 'lexa
Alll'AlK JOHV V New York
ROND RL'KI VI Corvallla Ore
HAHTER AI.PHONSE F Campbellaport
LI T. LDWIN, J20 Carpenter aienue, Read-
RKEII. THOVIS C SUA lVonil atrerl,
I'hlladelphl 1, Pa.
WKIUlIT VRi'H C , Montavlr.cn Minn.
43 MEN AT CAMP LEE
TO TRAIN AS OFFICERS'
Pennsylvanians Earn Oppor
tunity to Study for Artil
Ru rl ,Sfrcr7 Correspondent'
Camn I.ee. Itr.hnre'. H ent '2
Kort.v-three fctin-vlvamans who have
spent a few wneks In the f55th Depot
Brigade laft the camp todav for the
artillery ollicers training school at
Camp Zacharv ,Tn.v Inr Kentucks
Appointment to the training camp Is
a reward to each one for earnest effort
to make good The course of tiaining
at the Kentuckv camp covers a period of
fout months, and If the Iiovh pass the
fiml tests they will win the coveted
gn'd bars of second lieutenants.
One hundred and fifty men were se-
lected lo attend the artlllprv achool. and
in that number were the following sol-
Dav, Vo-k William . I Donnhej, Hrowns
vllle. Fred J Fiedler, Frank 13 Fay
M,.l..'Aan ift,,n(1 t-..i. t e-ii
Clearfiew Beniamln I rodlte?n'
W Ikes-Barre n" 1 Giber. Tuzer?e
"' aMi i .
Countv , S I. Grossman, Railway. I. K
Hackman, I'hiladelphla Carl llartzell
Harrisburg; Harry II Krull Wellsboro ;
George H Kostenbandet, ork n F
Lantz, Merchanlcsburg , H c I.in
denuth, York, James McGulnoss Lu
zerne County: Henry ,S McPlearv,
i-iiimucipuia , iiaiiriicr .tii'.uuri ay,
Williamsport: Hdward H ' Murphy
nnnnrji. ti,. r ii,i, ii,t....
Philadelphia ; Clarence B McMurray
v-v.. nw,,w. o. uuot, ..nn uu.i.t.v.,,,,
Charles Miller (
re ; S R Noble. I.u-
zerne County : H. O Pierce, Mercer
County, H It Pratt, Philadelphia, T
M Stonerod, Avalon; S I. Seeman,
Wilkes-Barre : Wilson Slick. Johnstown:
Fred A. Werner, Swarthmore , F M,
Westover, Luzerne County; George A
Yehson. Carbon County
"It Is remarkable," said Cbap'aln
Michael Jessup. of the Depot Brigade,
"how these boys picked up military
krowledge The were workers and ap
plied themselves so diligentl) that they
have been rewarded"
Chaplain Jessup before entering the
army was vice president of Boston Col
lege,ono of the prominent Catholic In
stitutions of learning in New Gngland
FRENCH GIRLS COMING TO U. S.
Winners of American Scholar
ships to Continue Studies Here
By the Atsociated Press
Bordeaux. France, Sept 12 One
hundred women students have arrived
here preparatory to leaving for the
L'nlted Mates Thev are winners of
scholarships offered by the American
Government to women students of
French universities to allow them to
continue their studies In the United
States. .. ,
The rector of Bordeaux University, In
an addreM of farewell to the students,
wapF xr . " mm.w.
dlers from Philadelphia and other points hB"taue f wnlty In tie case o four miserable, but later, wnen aicer one
in Pennsvlvania Sergeant George W 2ldeU-bou "S.'arT.lrt hr ?l" or two ntore davs of hard fighting.
Vohlestnwn m " ' n.,1" . V, M"?fl 1 'aU ' arm legulatlons is very prisoneis of the Alexandra and Au-
wMm,:?I";,":,,'.r,e"3,?,: unusual -At the request of the autho.i- reglments marched down In
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r EVENING PUBLIC
DAI.TON', JOHN J . South Boston, Mass
NEIJ0, 1.01'IS T.. ztM South Thirteenth
street, Philadelphia, r.
BE H1MEV. MII.MVM .WA1NB. 3H
Mnentli trrret. llarrtahiirc, r.
LYNCH. JAMES, New Haven, Conn.
ROS.SELL. FRANK, Trovlnclo de Potenia
l.UCEY. MICHAEL FRANCIS, 86S North
Thlrfj-fhlrd atreet, Philadelphia, r,
A RON. VBLMER. Columbia. Ky.
ANDERSON, RALPH, Seattle, Waitl.
DAKEK, JACOH II , R. F. D. 0. Baatman.
IIARTCII, TOIIIAS P.. 141 Malnnt alreet,
IIAI'KR FHBD L'nlonvllle, Conn
HE.N.VETT. DONALD A . Idaho Falls.
HBVTI.BY, JAMEH W lladaon Ala
IlI.ACKnURN RICHARD M Deelllle, Tenn.
IIOMKVTE. 1( K.NT, 20 Peiin alreet,
IIOYLE EL'OBNK F , Fareo, N D.
HOUROETT. PETER, Sraltle, Wash
IIROMN. WAI.TI.K J.. 110 Eait Nltth
atreet, l.anailule. Pa, i
( IIRK, MKIMKL. I.u.k. Wr.tmorrlnnd
I CHRISTIANSBV CHRISTIAN W . ErplnR
I N D
1 CI.IFTOV LEA RY. Frea Point Fla
COFF.MAN IIERMXNL Proildenca S C
CRAMKJRD TILt.ETT Denaud Fla
CROSI1Y IIERSCIIE1.L K itark, Fla
CRIMP REID S. llerlln, ll
Cl'LLEV FRANK. New Hfdforcl Masa
II M, JMhS ,1., 4410 Parrlah atreet. Phil
DONson. Pn, MKIAIN, North llrdford
atrrrt. Cnrll.lf. Ph.
DlTOXhl, STWI.M N.. Mooalr. Pa.
DI'RSE lOSEPH C Cambr'dae Maa
FRAfcO JOHN SouthlnKton Conn
ADVM LEO J 1'arlahilllr, V D
HARTOV Et.ERY II Ni-w Castlo Cenlar
Npw tlrunowtik lanada
I IlEACCHEt-NE HENRY I. Lowell Mu
Illll.ixms WILLI M II sacrimento Cal
ROETTCHER llFUO V . Monroe aah
I HRATT.STROM DA ID V Seattle. Wuah
I COLLINS JOHV J New Haien Conn
COMO EDWARD Sete Wash
l ONTI DOMINICK New nrk
DAlt Y HOWARD J s(ottbure Ind
DM K1VSON SAH lllk Kill. Fla
I i:i)W RDS ALIIERT A Qulnr Fla
inCKMXN DON M. DC Mulliern, Fla
OLRMhRAAD UEOPtlh Nplf Hrertt Tl
Cude llreill rl rlealnnd N.lherlnnda
! f.m.m.N. tWI.I.IW, Fort st. Plttaton, I'll.
HANSEN 1 EOV I. --aleni Ore
INI.OW lRO BR C Illka Mla
JONX sri.PHEN Jr llartrnrd Conn
KAltER IR IN I loutalllli K
KENNEDY JOHN 1 South lloitnn Mnaa
KINNON 1IENJAM1N F. Millwood. C.a
M(0tll. JOHN J.. R. I". D. I, Mlnrra-
MNIUss, it , JLSSE, 10 Merrer
slrrel. Itiitler. Pa.
MM'.I.OW' JOE Herrln lit
MARTONE MICHAI.E New Halen Conn
MATTSON HARRY MARTIN, kan Fran-
MATlRs FRANK larlttillle Conn
IEr.R KCRTH ChlraEO
MITCHOV M'Hl'STA A ihulrnbure, Te
VXHERs LEE R Caddo Okla
NKSSEI.SON. NTIIN TIILOIIORK. 21
slate Mroet. Ilrndfonl. I'.
O'CONNOR. KIIH HUM., I pmont Fur-
nare. fuiette (nuiiti. Pa.
ODEA rilOMs lloati.n Ma"
POWERS WILLI M. Ilertraml Ncli
RIl I JOHV Mllford Conn
HOOT OP.OVKIl C Ulen Fall" W a
SCHIU. r.ER OEOROE I' Detroit
slHNNON, Rl SSEL I.., 330 Itertvh .(rrel,
IjiiiHroril. Pa. '
SINCINSKIE. KHIMRII. Fourth .(reel, I
Port ( iirhnn. Pa. j
WIZEH l HAm.F.1 F. Deep Rlier tonn
SIAiKS P.ONIE M College Park t!a I
HTONK. LhAMIER C.. 21 South
Twrirth alrert. Columbia. Pn,
SWEENEY HOW Will E Richmond t I
W EHER EDWARD J sracuo N Y
j W ELLOR I.AL'ROVW s,)n Francisco
'MII1i: THOVIAS Jr New Haven Conn
ENGLISH XRVER ! Tallahassee Fla.
s,in rranilsm r0W LER rllOVI s R , Halnlir On
C.IRARD ERCELL F Seattle Wash
(ooim IN. I (II STI S v..
prinK mil. i-niitiurii nui.
hoi-fman edw win sand, Ore
nisEPiisov cwu. vmbrose, v D
KINO wilIjAKD s nun -viont
Lawrence WWl Do, e'arrsvllle, Kj
MKNTKN. WILLIAM J.. 1103 North Soils
afreet. MrKrreport. I'.l
MILLWOOD HENRY J
VIOl'LTON EDdVR (I Conrad
VtCI.I.EN IOsEPH Mirshall. Ill
VAsL KlhEPH Krookljn V T.
PETERSON CARL ltrlt.KSllle Vis
PITTHMIL'RO 11 VII) Dorchester. Miss
SANTLNt) ANTONIO .New York city
SCOVICKE JAKE Ne-shkoro, Wis
sKOK, .MICHAEL lonkera N Y
SKWVRIO IOSEPH onkers N Y
-VIITH EDWIN s, llrooklMi
S.NODORASs CLYDE M. Opuawka 111
SUNOS rilllM IIL'OO Stockholm Sweden
THOMAS IJLOHOB VV . Cathlamet Wash
TUUV A 1 ICS 1 hlciBO
HOLIEHLAVV W Inlmko, Detroit
TO DETERMINE SANITY
OF ACCUSED SOLDIERS
Gen. Carter Appoints Medical
Board at Meade to Examine
Camp Meade, Mil., Sept. 1J
.Major General Jese Mel Carter, com-
, man'Ier of the '' division, an-
nounced this morning the appointment
of a hoard of three prominent ufflcers,
n.f 1 h.a.I n il nurivd in ' 0 v a tM n a tntn
nf tile medical corps to 'examine into,'
determine and tepou upon the sanity
.if four soldiers accused of violating
cerUIti articles of wat The Issue of
sanity of the accused in ill four c.es
was raised before the soldiers were
arraigned, and they will be held under
observation sufficiently long to enable
the board to fully report upon their
mental condition , . . .
The board is composed of Captains
vndrpw r Glllls. Theodore I Town-
send and Georgo F Sargent, nil of
hn w"e conspicuous In their pto-
I a tkAl. in,o
,.: ...r.. .......-, . .. ... - .
for the present
James il -viuucn. a ininiuitrin. .imij-
I land la"'er' who offered hl8 "rvlces t0
i hl" " "m f months ago and
. lion AnmtnluBlnni1 a fnnla n and
James M Mullen, a prominent .Marv
who was commissioned a captain and
later assigned here as the camp judge
advocate, has been promoted to the
rank nf malor In the Judge advocate
The division Judge advocate. Major
Mendel I, smitn, nas oeen aireciea 10
proceed to Washington and report to
- ,- ni.i I- - -u
V'6 Chi'f , rla Dlv'8,on of the
I Army War College there for a. course
,..,.! 1. t.,tt J,ill.fl Hn-lnff
, ".' .",0"uv""" '4' 'S i.u i . ii.
September Maor Smith Is another
prominent lawyer who left a lucrative
practice to serve his country He Is a
nUUWI C alUlllllrtll, 1IIU ni tflll-C n -ll
rildate for the gubernatorial nomination.
To ho selected for service In the new
American Army, then sent thousands of
miles awa from home on the first lap
of the Journey to France and then to be
rejected because of phvslcal dlsquallfica-
tlons, was the unusual experience of
Hans W Plrzl, of Buena Vista, Chafee
county, col. irzl as sent to tms t,)e';33d neserve Infantry Regiment,
cantonment with the Sixty-third In- ""-" ,, rrui-H
fantry. a regular army unit, whlph was. writing to a comrade In the Third
filled up with selected men of the west Reserve Infantry regiment of the 83d
In California and then sent here to Division as recently as August 20,
form the nucleus of an Infantry brigade
of the Lafayette Division. I saya-
After the arrival of the unit Pint "I also had to do a retreat InvGallcIa
was found to be physically defective and jn 1916, and I know well enough what
he was transferred to the Seventh Com- I ,t means, It Is perfectly obvious that
medical' examiners f ounT him To be dl.- Vu had. heavy casualties, for on a re
qualified for active service In any branch , tlrement of that kind they cannot fall
of the. army and he will now recross ' in ho heavy. T am rmlv Interested as
the continent as the guest of Uncle Sam
Recommended for West Point
Three Pennsylvanians are Included In
tho list of candidates for the military
nesdemy entrance examination next
February lust announced, The three are
William M. Beattle. of Pao'l, recom
mended bv Senator Knox, and Lyon E.
Brady. 317 Second avenue. DuiBola. and
Meredith tAe,ry. Phlllpstmri-. resMsaVeJ
BMttM tar lisWetVHiUtlYC lllaai7ia
GERMANY UNFIT TO RULE
COLONIES, CRIMES PROVE
South African Natives Goaded Into Rebellion and Then
Slaughtered by Thousands Blacks Denied
Justice in Military Courts
By the Astocialcd Press
London, Sept. 12
A report containing evidences of the
brutal method"! employed by tlermany In
the administration of her colonies In
Africa, made public today by Hdmond
H Tj frcorues, Acting Secretary of the
Interior, Union of South Africa, consti
tutca tho Drltlah Government's reply to
Dr W S. Solf, the German Secretao
of Mate for tho Colonies, that Ger
many would demand the return of her
colonies at the peace conference.
The report Is one of the most sensa
tional ever Issued In connection with
German colonial methods, and Is con
sidered an Indictment pf German fit
ness to rule tho black native or Africa
The evidences upon which the report is
based are taken from ofllclal German
documents nt Windhoek, from sworn
statements by native chiefs and by
Tribes Mere Maasarred
The natives were goaded Into rebel
lion, which was suppressed bv ruthlrss
' trueltv. resulting vlrtualh In the ex
termination of the thrift tribes Involved
The Hereros were tuluced from SO.000
to 1D.100, the Hottentots from 20 000 to
' P800 and the Berg-Damaras from 30,000
lo 12,800 Thus 80 per cent of1 the lle-
rero people dlsappea rid and more than
half of the Hottentots and Hcrg
raniaras shared the same fatp How It
i was done wim to supersede the lenient
Governor l.eutweln by the notorious
, Governor Trothn, fresh from Germanv
to liast Africa, where he suppressed the
ialf rebellion by a wholesale massacre
Governor Trotha Issued an 'extermina
tion order," the terms of which provided
that no Hcrero man, woman, child or
babe was to receive mcrtv or quarter.
Take o Prlaonera
' Kill every one of them; take no pris
oners," he said In these ordirs Kvl
dence that the order was culv too falth
fullv carried out Is recorded In a storv
of Gi.-vernor Trotha's former groom, who
described how he once was ordered to I" clear that native evidence was habit
kill a voting Hererr. woman He refused "ally disregarded and that the natives
in disgust, whereupon a German soldier were not allowed to give evidence on
-howed him how to do It, and then he , r itli
helci the dripping bavonet in his face i The natives thus were kept In a state
An ofTlcei and German soldlei were of fear No opportunity of redress was
standing around, but none Interfered in open to, them and they dared not go
behalf of the woman I to the police with omplalnts Crimes
Another reliable witness, who waslby Germans, however, ngalnst natives
with Governor Trotha for two jears, wt-ie reviewi el lij tin courts
HOPELESS ENEMY MAY CRUMBLE
ON HINDENBURG DEFENSE LINE
By PHILIP GIBBS
ontlnne.1 from Pair One
possibility vvab within theii strength.
, Therp were many who tcfused to be-
tJ , i. .. ,t hnnnil
lllevc they could bleak us and tutnea
ri.,r al, .,d com lieartu to the cam-
. . ,.1,1,1. ti,.v
palgn nf piopaganda In vvhlcli ine
,.r- doned liv the military and polit
ical leaders of Germany, intoxicaiea
themselves by the piospects of their
gamble foi the highest stakes.
Hud OverwIielinlRK Numbers
1 vvtotc all lhat last February on
good evidence, which may have seemed
a little falt,e when with their ovet
whelming numbeis of 114 divisions to
48- the figures have been given
against the Hiitish fiont they actuallv
did bieak through om lines and
tin eaten us with gnive disasvet.
Then foi a time, while that was hap
pening, the Get man ollicers bald to
their men. "What did we tell ou."'
tnd thov had no answer because of
cucccfcs bejond their fiist belief. Hut
now, when all that has been washed
out, when they are back again in the
1 old places nflei frightful loss.es and
when their sttength has been bo sh.il
tered thev will never be sttong like
that again never again they have
fallen ftom what optimism was theirs
to the depths of black foiebodings.
Victory will never be, theirs in tne
field; they know that as ace. tuln fact.
" u e Uiat when in
recent davs we captured latge num
. s d Guaid Division, of
remnant has Just been with-
f(jm U)e Un(Jf they deslred cap-
. . . . fighting spli It.
1 "-"'J "' . rnllli troons
I Yet the used to be proud troops
these men of the Franz and Alexandra
anJ Augusta leglments. The Kaiser
had no prouder men in his army, nor
"a" no '""" ,,, y, ,rnnlnir and
any more disciplined by training ana
tradition. Men of the 1' ranz llegl-
ment were brought In first and were
thtough our lines, they were
. , . , ,h,ir Panture. but
i- nleiased at their capture, bul
- not ono i-i-- - -
" w... .-
aMMy UrB'd Ur men V
tacklnR and take as many Germans a
. ... n. ...... mnitlit sanr
iMe ,n that the war would end
po; , , ' , t,,, , rinnw was
. nulcklv Kach batch of prisoners was
' cieeted with, open delight at our sue-
cesSi as j Baw with my ovn eyes in one
n,rt' nf the field.
-- ...... n,ni, c.mnH Ger-
to' wnere a yuu, ,..
.,,.. nt too i
It had gone unaer pres-
gieat n mow wmcu nnu
' . ... .,
! struck do-n nil their rattn ana nope,
j Bw ""-
IJueer isrim uunRs in iiirra
So now queer, grim thlnss are being
' said Dy me uni.un oU.u.c. ...-..
tlimiiKcJv es and written to each other
' m letters which somehow pass their
censors and fall Into our hands-
"cm "" ..,.,
sinister things and the truth, or
which had long been hidden from
tj,enJi A noncommissioned officer of
! . ,i,v,n . . rmlntr n hn'ld
l..V.... " M-..0 -- -
much longer mis winter. .
"In my opinion the English will
bring up such a crowd of Americans
and other stuff next spring that we
shall bej unable to Withstand the,
tremendous pressure. Also our enemies
feuve such a number of aircraft
2tLi-VvW allllK lint IrlUsT'
r.. ' "nTTr""?
v . . .
testified that he knew of no Instance of
prisonersbeing spared. Kvcn after tho
rebellion, surviving natives fared little
No Juatlre lo Natives ,
One of the most significant documeVits
In the report Is tt secret circular by
Governor Heltz In 1S12, addressed to
magistrates. In which be refers"1 to the
desperate feeling becoming prevalent
among the natives 'The reason,", he
states, "which unanimously Is given for
this fact Is that the brutal excesses of
European nntl-natlves are alarmingly
Increasing. It Is icgtcttable that even
police olTlcers become guilty of such
offenses In a few cases and that such of
fenses are not punished by the courts of
law In a way that ought to be accord
ing to a sense of Justice to the na
Acting Secretary Georges supplies
sworn statements from natives which
give some Idea of the telgn of terror
existing- among them He adds: "The
Instances of cruelty, Injustice and bar
barism might be multiplied almost In
definitely. Instances of gross bestial
conduct, which, for sheer depravity and
Immorality are wellnlgh unbelievable,
are also contained In the file of affi
davits, but they arc hardly fit for pub
lication." Miliary "Trials"
Tart two of the report deals at length
with the position of the natives befnio
theliw. The oroMnatiir governing i rl n.
lnal Jurisdiction over the natives con
tained provisions repugnant to ever
conception of jubtlie The natives we're
not tried In ordlnar.v courts, hut bv
olllccrs, who also did police duties and
lad authority to delegate their judicial
poweis to subordinate olliclils. Impris
onment In chains and flogging were al
lowed, not only for serious crimes, but
.is ' dlsclplln.it v me.isuris" on the appli
cation nf ,m implovei or for offenses
against the master and servant law or
for Insuboidlnation 'ontlnued Idleness
or n glert of elutj
From the tecords of German courts It
I vvhete to find
"Taking It all around, we aie in a
bad waj, and now the eastern problem
ci ops up again, and I shall be In
terested to see whether the Kngllsh
will succeed in starting that madness
again there. So fanas I can learn we
aie moving a greit many troops to the
That unteroffizler of tho German
army has written what must be In the
minds ofhundieds of thousands of his
comrades, and does not allow his
newspapers and the suave words of
his politicians to hide the staik truth
of Geimanv's position The German
army will defend itself for a long
time jet on one position or another:
but each man In it will know ho Is
fighting a losing war, and that in the
end, howcvei far away and whatPve
the ngonies and courage of the men,
theie will be no jov bells for victory.
It is bad knowledge on which to goon
British Troops Are Keen
On our side our men ate keen to
get this thine done quickly, to make
an end of it without letting It dtag on
for vears more of ftlghtful conflict,
and the belief in our army, as far as
I have been uble to test It, Is that
with the help of tho American army
of reserve strong and fresh some
I whpre ,n France thp enfl may be
qulcker than the wot Id believes.
Perhaps that Is a false bellpf, per
haps theie must be jeais more of
fighting hefore the German nation
yields to inevitable things, but I think
the hope of our men is-the thing that
vvaims them most during these wet
dajs when they are pushing out
against the German rear-guards and
following their retreat.
It Is vciy wet, and the rain
is alive to all the increased demands of Jhe school-year
1918-19, Highest academic standing, won through 157
-n.an a ln.y,inW kmit Mlllnn A AnilnM,,, tAr nn limlnllnl
j yvaia uc icaiiiiiii, iiuvi, kivcq i-icttucuij' uuvo on uuuauaii
uiiLturiuiuiy cu iiuau aucau.
Two graduates of 1918 class in competitive examination won the
pmetfCity Scholarships at the University of Pennsylvania.
We know how much die wry-Id requires in order that boys may
make good, and we train them so that the odds will be in their
favor. This year military training will be included with gymnasium
work. Army setting-up exercises and drill will keep the boys phys
ically fit and make them ready for further work in that direction.
The Academy maintains a splendid balance between school-work
and play. We waYit vigorous, healthy boys who can work.
Thorough college preparation. All-day -school for 1st Primary,
6th and Upper 6th Forms.' Kindergarten supplemented with
Liberty Tadd system for little boys and girls four and five years
old. This department is conducted in a separate building with
separate playground, but adjoining the Academy and grounds.
Write for the Academy catalog. The Headmaster Is at the office from
U to 12 every school day and can be seen personally or reached by tele
phone Germantown 4440.
- GrmMtowa.- Pkikddpkia
rL,f..hSM ., -
i i :
splashing down, 'so that all our army'
Is In waterproof capes, and the, tin
rea,ts of the men feel like glass house
roofs above their heads, with tho tat
too of rain drops on them. Our trans
port horBca are trudging through and
splashing tho puddles up to .their
girths and tho mule teams aro not so
spick and span when they He down
on the old battlefield, looking with
cynical eyes at their masters, whose
language Is of a special kind tor mules.
But tne sun Is bright between the
storms atvtlms, and behind the lines,
where the last of the wheat sheaves
being carried In the stubble fields
are like glinting bronze. Trance still
wears the gloiy of her summer.
MEXICO TO HAVE NEW ARMY
Cnrranzn Plans Now Force Will
Flan Antonio, Te v Sept 12. la
Prensa, a Mexican riallv published here,
prints an Interview with a prominent
Mexican recently arrived from MeIco
City, who said President Cananza has
Cecldcd to reorg.inl7P his army by dis
charging the fof mer t-andljt revolutionists
who Infest the country and calling back
the best among tlip nfTlcers of the old
Federal nrmy. He intends fo have a dis
ciplined army of 100,000 men. ,
Carranza told bis mo-t prominent gen
erals that unlesn the armv Mas reorgan
ized and nmrchv prevailing all ovet the
country stopped It would bp Impossible
lo restore order and to make any eal
and steads progress General Jose Au
gustin Castro will be appointed as Sec
retary of War. with power 4o undertake
the reorganization of the amy.
WILL AID NONESSENTIALS
Government CoiisiiloriiiR Plan to
listablifh Mind lor Purpose
By the Aiiociatcd Pres
M nslilncton. Snt 12 To aid non
essential industries forcerl to Vurtall
production or suspend entirely during
the war, the Government may establish
n new fund of $B, 000,000 or more to be
dispensed by the war Industries board
to keep them on their feet.
This plan Is under discussion, It was
learned today, bv Uip war Industries
board, Federal reserve board.war finance
corporation and members of Congress,
and a bill putting it Into effect may be
AUSTRIANSRALK AT FIGHTING
Reluctant to Buttle Against the
Americans in Woevre
Vtilh Die American Army In France,
Sept 12 (By I .V S) Austro-Hun-garlan
troops, borne of whom recent l
appeared opposite the Americans in the
Woevre sector, plalnlv show lhat. they
do not wish to fight on this front.
These troops rnrel.v ever shoot toward
tho American lines and are willing to
be captured, according to a deserter who
made his way to the American positions,
This deserter states that 30 per cent
of the troops are of Transjlvanlan and
Rumanian descent while the remainder
are Hungarians. All nf the commanders
In his company also were Hungarians,.
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'" I UffFfiriTiW-'"0-"'' ct,fifTmfm
IN THE DEBS CASE
Court's Charge Follows De
fendant's Plea in His
. the face, I loo'J the Jury in the face, 1
BBV T KXIT i"!! AT T TriMPPri look the world III the face, for In my
Oil LAW UHAL.Lc&l.trJiIII,,cnrt no aicuat0 of wrong festers."
He cited Instances of criticism ot ad-
. I ministrations In other wars, saying that
Cvninnlicl Tlotiine Tin Pniieliln. Lincoln was opposed to the war with
aoiiailSl UeniCS IIS OllSlllU- Mcxlco nnf, n,taci,eil President Folk's
tionality and Stands by 'His administration. '
By the United Pre
Cleveland. O.. Pept. 12 '
redernl Judge F D Westet haver to
day Instrcled the jury In the can" of
Kugcno V neb", national Socialist lend
er charged with mnklng dlsloval ut
terances Judge Westenhaver today defi-ned the
four counts on which Debs lsrtielng tried
They nre- , '
C'nuscd and attempted lo Incite In-
subordination, dlslovally and mutiny
and refusal of duty In the military 1
and naval forces of the United States. 1
Obstruited tho recruiting and en
listment service. Provoked, Incited and
encouraged resistance to the Govern-
Opposed the cause of the United
States at war with Germany. I
There is a penalty of twenty j ears' f
Imprisonment and a $10,000 fine on each
If convicted, Debs's case will be ap
pealed to the United States Supreme
Court, his attonicvs said. Debs's attor- ,
' Great Opportunities for
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25 CHESTNUT STREET
Mil .NU woman wlins lijlur fui l.w, . Ihili
nlnnn axil "' 4.-.1 Lcrlgcr Central
High school or college
graduates given intensive
training so that the course
may be completed in four
mdhths. The course starts
September 16. Students
must matriculate on or be
fore September 16.
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AFTER THE WAR
There Will Be Lots of Com
petition for Good Positions
Prena-e while vou inn to get one of
the more responsible positions. Be ready
when vour rhnnce comes. -1,i,fli--
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Stenographs. T rewriting. Mechanical
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School work. I'oursea for both aexea
Enroll Soir. Dau School opens SepL.ie.
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nnon and spniNfi oahden STItEETS
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ural and Mechanical Drawing. Book Illusion
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Our itraduatea are In constant damand. Good
paying positions await 5ou Qrcgg Short
hand the easy, speeds system. Complete
hii.tnVsa nnd set retarlal courses Day school
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Or-neral and College Preparatory Course,
niyof Harden and dim M.aa ItOVSV. Prla.
' THK HTEVENH StIIOOI. FOR niHI.M
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neys added that the appcat alsoWijti: ?,'!
test of the espionage la'w under which- y(
he was Arllctcd .1
Speakineln his own diifensc late yes.
lerday.-lJebs dcclaied the constitutional
guarantee of freo speech was his shield
against the charges of the Government,
Hvcsi admitting, he said, the things al
leged by the prosecution, he asserted
that under the Constitution he had a
right to do so.
"I vvpuld not tako back 11 word of
what 1 believe right to save myself from
the penitentiary," ho said. "I am ac
cused of crime, but I look the court In
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position na Stenographer. Typist. Rook-
up - to - date courses and teichers. We can
I3d and Walnut Streets
Opens Septembir 19th
Cost of Each Course Six Month . ' '
r,r, - '"iiiimriii-. mi niani. .. r
Cookery and Domestic Science. S night 1S.0O
riockmaklnr, two night M.O
jommerrlal Department, life nights.. 17.00
i"'""ij"nnence, two night
Crochellng. two night
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Uretamaltlng, flrst year, two night
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second year, two nights. .
English Language, two nights
rngraTlns;, two night
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inira year, two nisnti
narmrnt Cllttlnr. nn nlrhts .-.. 1S.0O
Rnltar. two nlghla (one period) J5 22
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Mechanical Drawing, two nights 15.00
Mllllnerr, two nights T U-22
Painting Art. two nights IS.O
Penmanship. tw nights .IJ.OO
rjno. three nights tone period) ..... JS.OO
Plan Reading and Katlmatlng, 2 nights 1(1.2"
Public School, three nlcl.ta. IJ-Ofl
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William Penn Charter School
No. 8 South Twelfth Street
Founded In 1080 and chartered by William'
Penn on the same day as the city of Phila
delphia, the Penn Charter School has main
tavlsmsaal s ttnltitassttBiinfA u.....va k Aa4A
purlnff the past forty-three years the school
nn BTaauBifa nariy joihj pupus. oc wnom
more than 1100 have continued their studies
in a ncor nr colleges Ann universities.
yor the better accommodation of th recent
Increased enrollment a new two-story.
lulldlng li belntr consttited on the West
Rouse Flans for the future Include- the
full utilization for school purposes of the
marnincent playing fields of 22 acres at
Queen Lane. These plans ar- held In abey
ance, pendln the time when the trmlna
tlon of war rnndl tlons may permit new
construction. The 230th year begins Sep
tember 24th, with very member of last
year's teachlnr stuff nn dutv. with aueh
L additions to its menteraMt as Increased
"mi uiniif in iinn rrnuerrn nrreBBirjrt
The Propectus for iniR-ll Is ready fof
distribution, Tlullflincs nnen for Inspeetloa
and clsgflritlnn cf purlin Rnt. 4th.
RICHARD vot-k r.m'vnE,Th. D.
University of Pennsylvania
W HARTOV KrilOOL OF FINANCE
Offers Evening Courses
trronnflao Couimrrclal Lau
Ural Ettate Insurance
The University offers various courses
adapted to the needs of men who
appreciate the necessity of an Intelli
gent approach to our present day
Registration every evening except
Saturday. 7 to 0 o clock. Sessions
begin October 7.
TI1KODORE J. GlUlSON, Director
I-ogon Hall, 36th St. tt Woodland At.
The Episcopal Academy
Locust and Juniper bis.
With Which Was United In 181S
The De Lancey School
Thorough preparation for College. Spe
cial Coarse preparing for Uuslnes or
the United Slates Rertfre.
Separate nidg. for boys 0 to It year of
age Voluntary Military Drill for DOT
In the Mlddls and Unoer Schools.
tinner School opens Rant. IK. MMitla I
School Sept. 'Jo; Lower School Sspt.-5l
.Th- llead liaster will be at tho Aeaasar
rteerlster .mailed on anellrslton. ,
Kr, PHH4P ilJSmSe- ;4i.T.l
Drawing, three nights. .Sl'.M . . ,
Kt'eworli, two night ? C
iM?' tyi n'nts (one period; SS.00