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v?Bi1mS PUBLIC LEDGER-PHlLADElilPED PRIDAYn SEPTEMBER 20; 1918
tf. S: CASUALTIES TOTAL
412 NAMES ON .3 LISTS
Seventy-seven Men Are Killed in Action and 52 Others
Die 108 Reported Musing, While
Wounded Number 175
Washington, Sept. 20.
Array and .marine corps casualty Hits
announced by the War Department to
day contained, respectively, 197 and 19
names. Th army list given out last
night had 156 name, making a total
of 412 names on the three reports. To
day's army list Included: Killed In
.action, 30; missing In action, 65;
n-ounded severely, 82 ; died of disease,
10; died of wounds, IB; died of acci
dent and other causes, 6. The nineteen
marine casualties were: Killed In ac
tion, 8; killed accidentally, 1; died of
wounds, 6 ; missing In action, 2.
Last night's army list was divided ns
follows: Killed In action, 39; missing
In action, El; wounded severely, 84;
died of wounds, 10; died of airplane
accident, 1; wounded, degree undeter
mined, 3 ; died of disease, 3 ; died from
accident and other causes, S. -
Th mnnirv nf the nrmv casualties
An date follows:
'Killed In action , 6714
Lost at sea 291
Died of wounds 1855
Died of accident and other causes 844
Died of disease 176
TlcCIXKI.f,, CLIFFORD R Follfn Timber,
riKKriK. DAnWIN. OMncI tlsen. Mich.
WINDY. OEORdB WILSON. Monroe. -Mich.
COUNIItAN. JAMBS K , noibury. Mass
OITCHEI,. JAMBS a.. HudsoiKlllt. Mich
HAM.,. HENFIY I1YHON, lUrdlnsbUric, Kr.
lint.l.inAY. Vl.nMI N.. Allison Tnrk, ii.
I.AWKON, TMOMAH T,E ROY, 347 W. Wh-
Inrtnn strert, Cnrrj, Tn.
MOORR. CLYDE A., 1109 Mnln xlreet, Cnr-
SCIIUI.Z, WAI.TKR O., 2000 llrlnhlon road,
y. N., Pittsburgh, Tn.
WAGOSEn. EDWARD S , lncllnnsrolls. lnd
WIDEN. HENRY R.. Mankato, Minn.
WILLIAMS. JOHN ROBERT, Bunts. N. C.
RKYKR, JOSEPH ., 3300 Amber afreet,
JOHNSON, HARRY. La Crosse, Wis
ROSNOW8KI. ALEXANDER. Detroit.
1051 Morsnn nve-
Missing, Including prisoners
. . 4421
The summary of
Grand total . .
Today's lists follow:
KILLED IS ACTION
HENDERSON. JAMES EDWARD. 315 Tene
street. Oil City, r.
EDWARDS. FETOR. Williams ltl. N Y.
MENOE, EDWARD. Seattle. Wash.
BRADLEY. SAM. Reading. O
HART. QUANTRKLL C, Dundon. 1 . Va.
KRATZER. HARRY C , Dayton. O
nrMntT. JORF.ru V. Raid Knob Ark
RONAR. JOHN SILAS, Harriets UK O
CLERKIN, JOHN W , Madison, Wis
DRAPER, JARE. M , Clearfield Utah
FINN. FREDDIE J . Cowell N D
FORD. LEE T . Lonetrec, N D
OAZEL. SYLVAN. Kin nod. Ind
HAMILTON ROY. Carrliozo. N M
HANDY. HORACE Austin. Tex.
HARRINGTON. FRED. New York
LYNCH. RUFFIN C . Mayberry. Va
MOORMAN. FRED F Lima. O
OSTROWSKI LEONARD, ChlccKO
FHARF.S. LOl'IS C . Mound Clt. Ill
ROERICK. Ol'STAV LllchOeld. Nh
SCHULZK. HURT A V H . Winchester. Tex
SCHWARTZ. AMAIi, Holly. Mich
SCHWARTZ. JOHN Marinette. Wla
SEE. HORART H . Heitewlsch, III
SHARP. DON F.DWARD. Detroit
VETTING. GILBERT. F.(t Harbor. Wis
WHITE. PETER. Cnnlerburv, W Va
ZANKOWICH, JOHN J., 220 School street.
Jeraor city. N. J.
ZUCHOWSKI, ANTOINK. Saxon, Wis
DIED FROM MOUNDS
BAILEY. ALFRED G.. Ell. Okla.
TROTTER. JOSEPH R . Cunnineham. Tex.
VODICKA, OEORllK, Chlcaio.
ALDEN. ARTHUR F.. Llvermore Falls. Mo.
ATWATER. LEO R., Lake View., la.
MJELDE. OBERT J . Amherst. Wis
ROBINSON. ARTHUR L.. Warrior's Mark.
HARRISON. FRNK, 164 Northampton
street. Eastern. Pn.
HENRY. WALTER HARRISON, 718 South
Eighteenth street. Newark, N. J.
JOHNSON. ALFRED. Elea. Wis
MURCHLAND. EVERETT. New Brunswick,
OSHEROWITZ. LOUIS. BMdeford. Mass.
ROZWASOWSIU. WALTER. Detroit.
&ERVINO. PASQUALE, Sersale, Catanzaro,
SPRINGSTINE. GEORGE. Rome, N. Y.
DIED OF DISEASE
DCGAN, JAMES, 11 Henry street, Jersey
Clto-. N. J.
HUBBARD. WILLIAM E , Torrlntton.
DURE. ADELARD. Nashua, N, H
HENDRIEX. DANIEL C . Newman. 111.
Hn.BURN, ROBERT U.. Condon. Fa.
NICHOLS, LOU19 II , Minneapolis, Minn.
OOILV1E, ROBERT, Balboa, Canal Zone,
TEETERS, IfBNRV I...
line, Monessen, Pn.
FOLEY, JOHN J Falrvlrw street. East
S1NOI.ETON. Wll.l.IAM. 000 West Wash
ington street, Norrlstown, Pa.
ANDROS. SPEROS D. Linn. Mass
UARTOLOTTA. GUY, Mlddletown. Conn.
BENTILA. YALMER, Demmnn, Mich
tlEHOTH, NEAL I' . South Bend. lnd.
RII.LKt. WILLIAM S.. 48 Hancock street,
BLACKBURN. GEORGE RockHll. Tex
IlLAHH, JOSEPH, 3330 East Thompson
street. Philadelphia, Pn.
BRA1LSFORD, WILLIAM J , Trovldencs.
BROZO. JOSEPH E . Turners Falls, Mass.
CARPENTER, ANDREW J , Dickey. N D.
CARROLL. HOY F, Noblest III. Ind.
CARTER. ARTHUR G.. Corona, Cal
COLEMAN, MERTON E . Ithaca. Mich
FENTON, CHARLES. B., Ilosltn. Va.
FIOTI, VITO, 3 Fnjrn street. Kingston, Ta.
FLURES, TINO. Redlands. Cal
HURTH. ANTON, Dorchester, Wis
HUTCHINS, EARL, R. 'J. D. 1, Drorkport,
KING. CLARENCE J., Mnrltnn. N. J.
LANE. FLOYD ISAH. Castofland, N T.
MUSTY. JOHN N , South Wales, N Y
NAOLE, JAMES EDWARD. Mutnnnn, N. J.
NEWBURY, KARON. Msrcell. Minn
OELRICH. WILLI M II., 131 St. Paul's
avenue, Jerser Cits.
PAXTON. JOSEPH. Milwaukee. Wis
SCHILDBACH, WILLIAM F H., Peoria,
SCHWINOLK CHARLES T Naples N T
WALLS. FRED C . Sparsarsvllle, O
WERNETTE, CLAUDE K , Caledonia. Mich
VAN DEN BOSCH. ERNEST DEWEY
Grand Haen, Mich
CASTERO. DOMINICK, Tacoma Wash.
CIIAFFMAN, IRA F... 3508 Rnllroad mr-
nue, Ilaltlmore, Md.
CHAPM.1N, HAROLD GARFIELD. Brook
COLAROSSI. NICOIA. Boston. Mass
CRANFORD, EDWARD T.. Empire, G
DANIELSON, VERNON L. Wnupai a Is
DEMNE, FRANK J., 1000 llomenood nle-
nue. Rultlmore, Md.
DOOLEY, MICHAEL J . Charleston n, .Mass
PABICH. FRANK. Hammond, lnd
FAICHNEY. ERNEST M.. Duiran Hill N.Y
FRAT1NO. SALVAN -Snuaatuck. Conn
FKASER. PHILLIP W.. Montpeller. Vt.
FRONTILA. WILLIAM I . Lead City. S D
GlIi'SON. ROBERT. Wellsvllle, O
GRAVE WILSON E.. Jllnneapolls Minn.
HARRIS, ALF BENJAMIN. Bulls Gap. Tenn
HARRIS. GEORGE I. . Nettleton, Ark
IIOMi, FRANK E., 310 West street. Home
IKU'SAND. ARCHIE OILBERT. Brooklyn.
JIOAlUOTTIhTI, JOHN. Amsterdam, N. T.
MISSING IN ACTION
FRISSELL. HARRY LEONARD,
TOLRRRT, WILLIAM O., Paaucah, Ky.
TRirr. FRED. San Jacinto. Cal.
TRONE. CHESTER F Mlna, S D.
TRUJILLO, JOSB O., Conlllon. N. M.
WECKER. ANTON Osmond. Neb.
WniHER, WALTER W Cleveland.
WELLS. CARL A . Smlthdale, Miss
WESTPHAL. HARRY. Grand Island, Neb.
M HEELER. EVERETT C, Rlterslde. Cal.
WtLLADSEN. CHR1SS 8. F , Marquette,
WILLIAMS, CLAUD, Hemet, Cal
WILLOlOHBY, RICHARD. Perrlntton,
RIHNKIIART. CLARENCE, R. F. D. 2.
Jersey Minre. Pa.
SCIIFCK. HARRY, 81 Ijnwood avenne.
Knst tlrnime, N J. .. ..
si'itt. i.nn if . House. N m
SHARP. EDWARD M . Loup City
S1IPKIIAN. MICHAEL JOSEPH,
SHIRLEY. CHARLES A.. Lawrence. Neb.
SIMPSON. BEN II.. !.a'niette. Tenn.
NNKFF. WILLIAM A., 187 West Albanns
SNYDER WILLIAM A . Piedmont. Okla.
BTANI.KV. JAMES A., 009 t'hurth street,
Hollldu shunt. Pa.
SULLIVAN, EDWARD J.. Hillside House,
TABOR. OEORGE E . Manltou, Colo
THOMPK1NS. ELBERT I. . Ruahv. Tenn
VALECHE. VITO, Saransa Lentlnl, Italy.
VBTTKR, CHARLES, Nnshus. la
YOUNG. JAMBS H . Hamilton, Ala
ZAIIOI.HKY. OEOROE L I10 Ihemuni
street, Shamokln, Pa.
KILLED IN ACTION
EVERTKN, J W . NashUlle. Tenn
NADEN. EDWARD, 6,1 South street. Now-
i x- J
nFI.srill.AF.dER. EDWARD II.. 1141 Park
avenue. Hoboken, N, J.
CHRISTOFFKRSON. ALEX P.. Plnneo Col
EDGE. FLOYD. East Chattannos, 1nn
MeMENAMY. CHARLES. 8515 Franktord
nventie. Philadelphia. P- , ,
PEELER, BENIAMIN. Hlh Shoals Oa.
RISHBL. JOSEPH L . Hutchinson. Kan.
MATTSON, JAME7S. Wlnthro. Minn
DIED OF HOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION
OERDON DONALD, Parla, France.
BROS1US. LLOYD. Carthage. Mo.
WOUNDED IN ACTION SEVERELY
McKENNA. DANIEL T , Roxbury, Mass.
siihpard. ANDREW I s Elyria. o
SHEPHERD. ROYAL H. C Houston
SNYDER. GEORGE N , Cleveland
pikt T.I.OYD E . Silver Springs, N. Y
SHEDDEN. CLARENCJB A., Dundee.
MISSING IN ACTION
I.O.MAN, NORMAN S., 804 East Johnson
WEBSTER. MALCOLJt E . Wallaston,
TO PREPARE ALIENS
Public Evening Schools, Re
opening Monday, to
One of the most Important features
of the Philadelphia public evening
schools, hlch will reopen next Monday,
will be the special effort to give the
forelgn-lmrn population 'of the city the
opportunity to take a course to nld In
their naturalization In this work the
schools will hae the acthe support of
the United States through the Bureau
Not only w 111 classes be conducted
in all of the common school branches,
Including Kngllsh for foreigners, but
arrangements have nlBO been made to
placo In the hands of the teachers neces
sary blanks for first and second citizen
ship papers The forelgn-bnrn who de
sire to become citizens will have the as
sistance of the teachers In properly
making out the necessary papers, fot
which service no charge will be made
They will also have the nchlco of nat
uralliatlon examiners, who will lslt the
The Government will give free to each
alien candldnte for citizenship attending
the night schools a copy of the "Stu
dent's Textbook," prepared by the IJu
reau of Naturalization. This book out.
lines a standard course of Instruction in
those things necessary to fit one for naturalization
The schools, In which classes will he
held on Mondas, Tuesdns and Wednes
days at 7 30 p in , are as follows.
Miller Fort -third and Osden str.ets
Durham Sixteenth anil l.ombard streets
I.ocan, Nineteenth and Reed streets
South" ark Ninth and MifOln streets
Washington Fifth street below Washing
Lnna-fellnn James and Pratt streets
Martin Richmond nnd Ontario slriets
Hanna Fort -eighth and Media streets.
Meade, ElKhtrcnth and Oxford streets
Columbus Ninth nnd Carperter streets
Kearney, Sixth street and Falrmount ave-
Mnunt Vernon. Tniru ana Laminim
Ifacketl, YorK nni cepvia sireeie
Stetson Allegheny aenue and B street.
WAR ON "WILDCAT" STOCKS
Capital Issues Committee Plans
Death to f raudulcnt L-oncerns
The deathknell of "wild-cat" stock
schemes has virtually been sounded by
the capital Issues committee of the Third
Federal Reserve District.
Representatives of three States Penn
uvtvjnin Now Jprspv and Delaware
in session here jesterday, decided upon
a plan by which It is hoped to curb the
operations or raite promuiiou nu n.mu
ulent stock schemes
it Is nlanned to have every State re
fuse charters to all corporations which
dn not first have their stock issues ap
proved by the capital Issues corenilttee.
Thin la believed to be a step toward
conservation of capital for Oovernmcnt
purposes, similar action was recently
talpn In Ohio.
The action will be reported to Wash
ington with a view to naving every
State in the Union co-operate to elimi
nate the "get-rich-qulck" promoters,
who have flooded tha country with "no
BOY HELD FOR CHUM'S DEATH
Lad Fatally Shot While Playing
Joseph Farrell, twelve years old,
Thirty-fourth street nnd Allegheny ave
nue, will he arraigned in the House of
Detention todav as a result of the fatal
shooting of Willlnin Ford, eleven 5ea.rs
nld, 3407 Westmoreland street The vic
tim died last night In the Samaritan Hos
pital Police said the shooting was acci
dental Both boys were at the home of
Farrell Thev found a pistol In a closet
and were playing with It when It ex
ploded The bullet pierced Ford's brain
BRIDGE CLOSED FOR REPAIR
Traffic at Penrose Ferry Suspended Un
Closed for repairs, the old Penrose
ferry bridge will be out of commission
at least until Monday evening. Work
gangs aro engaged In strengthening the
structure which has caused trouhle ever
since Its capacltv and strength were
taxed by war traffic
Some months ago, partial repairs to
the bridge were made during which traf
fic was interrupted It was then found
that Important metal parts had ru3ted
to the danger point and it Is the re
placement of these parts that has caused
a second hold up of traffic.
MARINE CORPS OPEN
TO VOLUNTEERS AGAIN
First Call Issued Under Man-
Power Law for Waiting
First call for recruits for the United
States Marine Corps under the new
draft regulations as Issued todav by
Major S. A W Patterson, ofllrer In
charge of the local recruiting station at
1409 Arch street The first tontlngent
to report at the loral ofllce will consist
ot about iOO men
Only the men who were examined, ac
cepted nnd placed on the waiting list
between August 8 and registration day
September 12, nre requested tn report
with their registration cards so that
arrangements mm- be, mhde with their
local boards for tnelr induction Into the
service. At the time these men were
enrolled at the marine recruiting office
they were within the aRes of eighteen
and twenty-ono vcars, and had not been
required to reglstet It Is diemed nd
vlslble for them to report Immediately
a more than 1000 applicants have been
placed on the waiting list nnd any lax
ity on the part nf the nppllcnnt In re
porting may result In his dlsb-vrmenf
The names of the accepted applicants
will be reported direct hv Major Pat
terson to the provost marshal general
at Washington, n C, by mall on pre
scribed forms that will be furnished
the recruiting service later The pro
vost marshal then will direct, the local
hoard concerned to Induct the Individual
applicant Into the marine corps, and dl.
rect him to report to the district head
quarters from which the request wn
received The district headquarters will
then enlist the applicant for general
sen Ice or. In special cases, enroll him
In the marine cotps reserve for limited
service, and fnrwaid him ns heretofore
to the recruiting depct or In special
cases to designated barracks
Major Patterson nnnounced he is In
need of three expert women stenogra
phers for Immediate service nt Washington.
STEAL AMERICAN UNIFORMS
Sergeant Hyzcr Tell of Some
German Tricks He Una Seen
Sergeant Walter llvzer, former Phlla
le it i, . in iLcitiHii. now a member of
Company K, 103d -.mmunltion Train
has written to his wife, who lives nt 417
Mover street, Kensington, of some of
ci:y tjerman wutraio he has oh
served .--UKeant Hwor tells of the capture
in ' nti chained to a tree
and to the machine gun she was left
behind to operate They must fight
I ' ic-d h- tidd us, ' he writes
He nlRO tells how a German stole the
uniform of a military policeman and
- - d tinMIc th wrong wav: how
lierman aviators flv over the trenches
In American airplanes and how Her
mans stenl uniforms of Americans In
order to get among the merlcan units
' -frf .(M- J-
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the present generation
ApEREWSKI says: "I cannot conceive of any reason
why the Pianola should not be in every home. As a
pianoforte, when the keyboard is used, it leaves nothing
to be desired, while for acquiring r broad musical edu
cation for the development of the understanding of
good music, which modern culture dpmnnds, it is undoubtedly
the most perfect and really gtcat medium."
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There is but one Pianola, made exclusively by the Aeolian
Company, and obtainable only in slich pianos as the Steinway,
Weber, Steck, Wheelock und Stroud all of which are on sale
at Heppe's. The most popular of these models is the Stroild.
Most remarkable, however, is the fact that in spito of
its undisputed supremacy, the price of the Stroud is extremely
reasonable and the terms doubly so.
settlement may he made iltroogh ottr
nental-Payment rimi. which applies
II the rent Inward the purchase.
Call, phone or write far catalogs!.
1117-1110 CHESTNJTT ST.
RIpOKWAT. CALVIN. Jackson,
8FINKS. BIRDIE. Valden. MJss.
TUB.NER. ISIDOR, Palestine. Tex.
DIED JTR03I ACCIDENT AND OIHEB
JONES. WILLIAM M., aordova. Alaska,
MAUREX, OEORO D., Hecuis, Ta.
MEENEN. AUQU8T C Oalveston, Tex.
MICHEL. FRANK X.. New York.
WOLF, JOSEPH P., 431 Stoyvestant ave
nue, Irilnxton. N, 3.
ORAFMULLER. OUS E , Brooklyn.
CHAPMAN. RALPH. Vienna. Ill
KIDDB. REONAR T.. New York.
8WEENKY. WILLLVSI J tU Bellfont
BACKARA, EMIL. Claremont. O.
DUCKWORTH, OEOROE H., New -Bedford.
DTER. RU38ELL J., Chicago.
RUP8ELL. ROY E , Dexter, Me.
SCHAEFFER. HERMAN J.. Waterbury,
Vt-EATHERBEE. ALFRED. Akron. N Y.
BCinLL, BENJAMIN C, Dellefonte. Pa,
FEROUSON, JOHN S., Ferndals. Cal
MYERS. LAWRENCE DONALD, Custer,
Let Cuticura Soothe
Your Irritated Skin
Nothlnjs purer, sweeter or more
effective for redness, roughness
and irritations. The .Soap to
cleanse and purify, the Ointment
to soothe. They help to prevent
skin troubles If used for every
day toilet purposes. For free sam
ples address: "Cuticura, Dcpt. 6M,
'Boeton." Sold everywhere. Soap
DArilMAN. WILLIAI J.. 38 Wood street,
BENEDICT, IAHRKXCE L., 16 Elm ave
nue. Railway. X. J.
MURPHY. JOSEPH HOOKER. S47 North
Mxt-flffh street, Philadelphia. ,
NELSON. TORVAL. Albert Lea. Minn.
NICKEnsON. RICHARD N , Grand Junc
RAITII. ER1VIN EIir.ENE. Emaos, Ta.
REID. WALLACE RICHARD. 483B Dexter
street, Roxhoroush, Philadelphia.
ARNDT. CHARLES W., SHH4 Cloud street.
ELLIS. BRADLEY O. Elmwood, Okla.
FEE. WILBERT F , Cut Bank. Mont.
FREDERICKS, FLOYD L . Deeday. Okla.
GARLAND HARRY W.. Eunice. La.
HEHMES. NICHOLAS, Wahpeton. N. D.
HOCK. WILLIAM II., Chlctgo.
KAPLAN. LOUIS. New York.
LB rlETRA, MARINO, Alkensille. N. Y.
LEITL. LESTER. Sturgeon Bay. Wis.
MANDICK. PETER. 630 Trebbel avenue,
MUl.nilRRT. ALLIE. Arlington. O.
O'CONNOR. LAWRENCE J.. Union City.
TO I IIKHON, ELVIN L.. Olivia. Minn.
PICIIEZZI. CONBTANTINE. 2056 Indiana
QUINN. OWEN B.. Harrison, N. J.
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i Carat Rings f I6.S5
-1A Carat Rings 17. IS
, Carat Rings 39.75
i Carat Rings 05.00
htrel Blue Rivers
U Carat Rings S4S.S0
'4 Carat Rings 118.63
S Carat Rings 137.80
8-16 Carat Rings $34,15
U Carat Rlnva 76.8S
H Carat ltlngs 1SS.40
i Carat Rings 148.15
The prices we are
quoting today oa
and Dutoltspan Di
amonds wilt soon
be a thing of the
past. As a matter of
fact, these diamonds
are rapidly dis
appearing from the
prices are advanc
ing by leaps and
bounds. They are
these price today
at wholesale. If
you are Interested,
wo advise Imme
diate selection be
fore our present
supply Is exhaust
ed. All sizes In
each grade are
available V, to fi
carata. Mall orders
II vjwi e, cuttuu or diZT w J.
vrui tvtri LiLnniu , ,f
Our Fall Clothes
are now filling the Crystal Cabinets of
our Store and they are
Still All -Wool
Men accustomed heretofore to
purchasing clothing only as they needed
it are with wise decision buying as
-against their needs of the future, because
in our Store they are
Sure of All-Wool
Our new suits, which are very beautiful
(nothing freakish or foolish about them
in style), will
Sell at $25 to $50
Our new overcoats (warm, handsome
and fine) will sell, and are selling
rapidly even thus early, at
$25 Up to $75
In clothing ready to wear or made to
measure in haberdashery or in hats we
are well provisioned to serve your
needs, both present and future.
William H. Wanamaker
1217-19 Chestnut' Street
At this moment, when events in Russia are taking
Map will be of great service. Accompanying the Map is
on such critical importance, this
A Comprehensive Article on the Russian Situation
drawn from various sources, which will give the reader a clear understanding of the chaotic
conditions in that country today. Other striking news features in this week's "Digest" are:
Germany's Back to (he Wall
A Gleaning of German Papers, as Quoted in This Article, Shows That the Enemy Has Now Lost His
Bluster and Is Protesting Loudly That He Is Flourishing His Trusty Sword Merely to Protect Himself
Sniping at the New Tax Bill
Canada's Mighty Arm
The War as a Life-Saver
The One-Piece House at Last?
Making a Stream' Build Its Own Dams
Back to Old Music Loves
Books Our Soldiers Must Not Read
The Kaiser as a Church Liability
A Message to School Teachers from
News of Business and Finance
A Nationwide Drought in Sight
As Japan Sees the Siberian Move
China Going Back to Opium
How Alcohol Enslaves Us
The Doomed Cities of France
Noonday Prayers for Victory
Rallying the Church to the League
High Cost of War Charity
War-time Food Problems
(Prepared by U. S. Food Administration)
Glimpses of Men and Events
Many Illustrations in Half-tone, and Reproductions of the Most Striking Cartoons
Read "The Digest" and Keep Up to Date
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jou the wheat of facts threshed clear of the chaff of rumor
and freed from the blighting mildew of bias. It keeps
jou informed on all important world-events everywhere.
Read it and stay abreast of the times.
September 21st Number on Sale Today All Newsdealers 10 Cents
A Colored Map of Russia
In this week's LITERARY DIGEST September 2 1st there is a Hue, full-page
colored map of Russia. This Map shows in detail all towns, rivers and railway lines. By its
aid you can visualize the territory where the American and other Allied troops are engaged
with the Russian Reds.
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