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EVENING- TUBLIC LEDGMR PHILADELPHIA'; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918 V -'j 8 "P f,l' 'SHELL WOUNDS COLUMBIA MEN Explosion Hurls Two Sol diers From Road Into j Nearby Field HEAVY TOLL IN 110TH Paul D. Smith Wrote to Mother Just Before Answer ing Last Call How a shell fell a few feet from htm and riddled him with fraKtncnts when It exploded Is told by Sergeant Tobias S. Bartoh, of Columbia, Pa., In a letter home. Bartch and a companion, Paul H. Smith, also of Columbia, were Injured by tho shell. Both were blown from the road Into a tleld by tho explosion. Bartch and Smith are members of Company H. 109th Machine Oun Bat talion. Bartch saya be will bo home, soon, but expects to return to France In time to chase the Germans Into Ber lin. v Paul D. Smith, of Columbia, n member of Company t, 110th Infantry IIckI ment, was killed six days after he wrote this last letter to his mother. Up wrote from the trenches and told of u raid on which ho and three other men were sent. Only ono life wna lost In the raid. uther casualties In the liutn, some occurring during the fighting on the Marne, have been .reported. Sergeant John M, Padn, of Company K, of Waynesburg, died July p9 from wounds received In action. Private William Watters, Company II, of Washington, Pa was killed In "action August 20, Prlvato Edward K, Marshall, Com pany H. was killed August 21. and Private John McClelland, Company It.1 on August 2R. Both llvej nt Washing-' ton. Private Charles Waltz, Company K, of Washington, wounded several j "weeks ago, Is In a hospital In America. I I'rhate Harry Mirk, Company II, was wounded August 23, accoidlng to a I letter to his hoie at Washington. Private William J McKecver. n ma chine gunner In the Rainbow Division, Is In a hospital suffering from gas and shell shock, according to word received at. his home In Reading Two brothers, of Uernvllle. with the Hamburg company In the Iron Division, have been wounded. They are Sergeant Walter Wengert and Private Darius Wengert, Jr. Lieutenant K. Rodger Bamucl and Prlvato Donald Johnson, both of Mount Cnrmel, hale been gassed Samson Knock and Robert Hughes, both of Pottsvllle, were wounded by the same shell. Earl Spannuth, of the same town, was wounded, nnd Edwin Elnst Is missing. Prlvato Stanley Makerswlcz, Battery D. 109th Field Artillery, Wai killed In action August 28, nnd Private David J. Casmore, of tho same bntters was gassed. William Weyhenmeyer. of Mauch Chunk, has been wounded. Mark L. Noll, son of the Rev. Elmer S. Noll, pastor of Zlon's Reformed Church, Le hlghton, has been wounded. Fighting for three years In a Cana dian regiment. Charles Deuttch. of Lock Haven, hns been wounded, Asa M. Rhodes, of Smlthfleld, killed four Hun i enlnsKa n t ii-niin.la,l t Uia. nIV.. 1.. I foro he himself was shot thru the ' shoulder. Paul Beatty, of Chambersburg, was Killed In action August 22. ASKS THREE ALLY DIVISIONS Czechoslovak General Tells How 1 Bolshcviki May Be Checked Vladivostok, Sept. 28. If given the trjpport of three divisions on Allied iroops, uenerai 1 lama, commanner o the Czecho-slovak forces, said he could hold the Bolshevik armies on ap proximately tttb present lino until the Russians In Siberia can organize an efficient army whose discipline need not be questioned. Cleneral Dledrlchs and two other Czecho-Slovak leaders have undertaken the organization of such a , force and are being aided by the OmA, and Samara Governments. It Is declared that the political sltut- llfln la ,l3rlrtc- anrl tha ritneU ntirl rlrll . -... . . ... -.. ... , ,u- vostock Rroups are settling whatever A iff SnKan maw Vim- .vletarl T'ViIh nn. u..-v.e...o ..., .,c ,.. !,,..- iiiuii has followed resumption of communlca- iuii uevween iiiv iwu villus, il is siaiea rainer signiucantiy mat itenerai nor vath, the former dictator, will return to hit- post as manager of the Chinese Eastern Railway. Roland S. Morris, American ambassa dor to Japan, has arrived here after belne delayed for twenty-four hours hy a storm. He Is on board nn American war vessel. An Awkward Mistake ("You've mado a mistake In your paper." said an Indignant man, entering the editorial sanctum of .a dally paper. "I was.one of the competitors at that athletic match yesterday, and you have called me -the well-known llirhLii-lirhf sichamplon.' "Wen, arent you.'" -inquired the editor. "No, I'm nothing of the kind, and It's confoundedly awkward, because -I'm a coal merchant." Pearson's Weekly. Vote for World Decency by Buying a Loan Bond This country is going to vote on world decency. Balloting begins today the day tho fourth Liberty Loan is launched. Every bond buyer casts a vote. In this greatest of all Liberty Loans Philadelphia's quota will ho twice that of the third loan. This means that to vote unanimous in dorsement of tho cause for which thousands of Philadelphia men aro facing death In France he er.tire, population of the city must lend far moro generously than it did in the last loan!7 What nill Plilladclphla'8 answer. be'A Think of what Philadelphia did In the last three Liberty Loan campaigns, when Its quota was so enthusiastically oversubscribed each time. Just as this city has given so generously of its sons, so. It can given even moro generously of Its money, Philadelphia must lend the way Philadelphia boyH fight. Galvanized Boat Pumps V THREE GET COMMISSIONS Philndclpliiiuis on List An notinccd in nWthingtou Thtee l'lilladclphlann are amoiiK those lo whom commlssloiiM In the army have been awarded, nt-cordlng to Kn an nouncement In Washington. Tho three namea follow; Second lieutenant, iiunrtermaHtrr Hownrd A, Uagley, 6201 Jefferson street. Second lieutenant, tank corps Har old M. Fenwlck. 6711 Master street. Second lieutenants, air service, aero nautics Levin nank, 3S56 North K!ecnth street. HAS 47 WOUNDS RECEIVED IN WAR Corporal Walker to Parade With Other Veterans Today TO HELP BOOST LOAN Five of Pershing's Men Here for Pageant Wear Croix dc Guerre Corporal Joseph Walker, of Baltimore has been wounded forty-seeu times nnd he wears the Croix de Ouerre, He Is one of the fifty wounded Amer lean soldiers who nre billeted In tit Finance Commltteo room of Council-, the City Hall awaiting to tnke part l tho fourth Liberty Loan pageant till. afternoon. Five other men In the party wil Corporal Walker have been award, the Croix do Ouerre. Scleral other hnvo been cited for bravery. They are a playful lot. these hero' of Pershing's army, like bovs on a m, I nlc. although Fomc of them aro crl pien tor lite. Koine have lost aim nnd others are nearly blind, Corporal Walker Is n member of th 113th Machine Gun Battalion of th Rainbow DMslon. nnd he IpIIs man stories of his experience and th sights he ha-ceen "over there." , Tn corporal also related numberles. Instances of German atrocity, of which he, h?" Beei? ' lf l'Hthetlo results T'Iiafa nhenllltnlll In niailiAfl It. il t. iiv.1 uiFnuiuwi; in mrniuu ill lilt; Hun's madness," he said, "Everywhere you go In Francs you see they have committed the si me crimes. Not In one. but In three different sectors, have I seen hundreds of mutilated women, lit tle girls with their lips cut off, little boys with their finger amputated to disable them for future military service It Is a monotony of horror tint inake3 you sick and fills you with hate." Two boys of Wayne, he further said. hae distinguished themselves by their bravery In action. They arc Philip Hunt and Paul Lamorelle. both of the 117th Trench Mortar Battery. Corporal Joivph Stanton, of Wyoming, and 1'rl.vate Cicorge E. Moss, a Callfor nlan, 'had cots beside each other. Stanton Is partly blinded by gas. and Moss It totally deaf. Both were cited for deeds of gallantry. Corporal Judson Steele, of Edgwood, la. was awarded the urolx ue uuerrs after he had kept operating I1I3 machine gun when hurried by shellf, three times In succession, night In front of a French colonel, Corporal Wilher Bogan, of Appleton, Wis., brought down a boche airplane In the Champagne sector. He, too, receiv ed a citation. Prll'Jl! ft lSAuOTe WarsliersKl, or ine Eleventh Engliuers. who was deafened, .and Private Eilwaru u. .iioorc. 01 i- Ipsnurg, .n J., are nuiauciiimmw, nm latter moved away from this city eight years ago. Warshefskl's home Is at 257 North Ninth street. The party It' In charge of Captain B. B. Hading. NEARLY OVER, SAYS SOLDIER I , Richard P. lnnr.1,.. Hnv Hoxcr. Writes rrom 1' rollt ,wA nra atllt hot after lerrv nnd ho will soon realize that Uncle Sam la the - r." . . . be lioss. writes iTivnie lucnaoi u Jncobs an amateur boxer, wno en listed In tho old nni.t..1 llDln,nl V (1 . April, 1917, "when only sixteen years old. His letter has Just been received by 1 -;--- - A .. . - nis pareiun, nu live at 133n South Tnnlb street shortly nfler Ja- i cobs Joined tne coi nra his mother de elded she would have him dis charged from the service because he men, o. JACOBS wrote him of her Intention, and he, re- ii-HN iiiiiipr Hue. o o . nlvlng from Camn Hancock, where he s undergoing Intensive training said: "Don't take me out of the army, mother. I am a man now. though I was only a boy when I enlisted a few weeks ago. I know what I am dolis; and I beg you to let me fight for this country that I love and so 'do my sniaU bit for Uncle Sam." Mrs. Jacobs, who Is a Syrian by birth, was so moved by this appeal that she abandoned her plan. Writing the latter part of August, Private Jacobs told of some of the pre liminary fighting along the Lorraine front, and spoke hs follows about the wiping out or tne si. eiiniei saueui: "We have had nnother shot at the Kaiser and we surely did hand him a hi ir anmrise. Wo are keening right aftr the Dutchies. and It won't bo lonr before they will be driven so far backU It will cost me J28.65 lo send n postalT card to you. "Fritz throws up his hands when we pounce on him nnd yells for mercy. But we arc off that 'Kamerad' stuff from now.on. Tho way things are go ing now r expect all will be over In a month or two and that wo will all be home by Christmas." WAR PLANT HERETO EXPAND Hera Manufacturing Co. to Build 5150,000 Addition j An addition to the plant of the Hero Manufacturing Company, of this city, casting $180,000, has been authorized by the War Department und will bo made I under the direction of Its construction dlvUlon. The comnaay la manufacturing for the i ordnance department. Tint construction. I will be ot tnrec nuuning, -v teet long by 200 feet wide, and a temporary cor Irugated Iron-steel boiler .house, 30 feet .by 30 feet i i U t TVfSW! KiSfcSjf 4 1 vjifcK.- V'i I 4v MP-tV,. ..mmm TOUCHING SCENES AS PENN HONORS li .UWtWIIIJ,M.mWJJW.tlUMHWMl .MtY J.. I 1 K-TTM, 1BKTW It .j i..JBBry-(LK-S-. J7 'S.AWJ MJf m , JX LiTZ'J3IJ fe&sm WATnimmltiw&T .iiMB tLLZ: V .1VE!1 til:SJmxmumuSSSmS ;r.m-.ljE:vYrH i j -(.:' ziit t. n tmm"m' f .... - ?w .jS, (. jfcMfO V i A JteSW-. i: is v 3 . wLWLwlW - j A i nniiTm ismm riVK.B. ifn .liJmmmmmmW Wmmfm whSmmM JmmWmWtwM ' , 4 iBmmMmmMMyBmmm Q iajj'CVv.v'i"iX!,j?.K.aasxi. ,. .r,...ijfux,xxxx:.:i.:,. :, " ,A2 !lii(eiili of the Unlverfily ftamliiiK unrnicreil while Provost Edpar Fah Smith reads the names of llie Pennsjlvania men who hnic fallen in battle and which will be inscribed on the new memorial tablet creeled on (lie campus 1 1 KILLED, 3 INJURED IN DUEL IN STREET Two Pedestrians Shot May Die as Result of Shooting. Boy Is Wounded One man is dea'd, two are dying and a boy Is In a serious condition ns .1 re sult of a revolver duel late hist night between two men c.n Christian street, be tween Seventh, and Eighth streets. The dead man was Iiuls Reda, thirty years old, Voungstown, O, The men reported dying nre Tony Chilli, twenty-one years old, 737 Sprue itreet. and Frank Plcc.lo, thirty years old, 162fi South Fifteenth street, The other victim "is Cactano Lctrl, eight years old, 741 Clnlstlan btrctt: The trliS aro In, the Pennsylvania Hospital. The duel, the cause of which has not been ascertained, wrs staged by Reda and Picolo Just as scores of men. women nnd children were leaving a motion picture house, at 731 Christian i slrret All nf flinm with thi ovrAnMnn fif ' Chilli nnd young Letrl found places of .... u. .. ..., -..,. ... ' safety. Chelll'fcll to the pavement with .. I...,' a bullet in his left side and is not i expected to live. In the meantime young Letrl was shot In the arm. After nn exchange of scores of shots, , the duelists then staged the climax I of their duel. Standing within a few , yards of each other, both men took . aim nnd llred, with the result hat they fell to the street, A moment later Picolo. with a bulled wound In his I ---." " - -- - -- - uiin.'im'iirv in occupy tne position nt presi dead. He had suffered two wounds. I, ,cnt ofe civic Club, and rea'lze that .one of which was received before thiso far as possible I should avoid doing 1-iips.b- urn nil ann lien itona i-nu llllllK ui mio uiirtt ciiuia. Before he was finally captured, Picolo fired several shots at his captor, De. tectlve Clements. PRUDENTIAL BUYS $30,000,000 Insurance Company Makes Big Advance Subscription to Loan Tho Prudential Insurance Company of America has made an advance sub scription of J30.000.000 to the fourth Liberty Loan. First announcement of the. Insurance company's contribution, t-ald to be the largest single subscrip tion made to any Liberty Ioan at one time, was given at a patriotic rally of 10(10 agents of the company In this dis trict at Wltherspoon Hall. Of tho 130,000,000 subscribed by the company, most of It will be placed through the Second Federal Reserve Bank, because of the location of the company's headquarters nt Newark, N.- j. ADnut fnuu.uuu win be put tnrougn the Philadelphia district. The h'ternal Question. They had Just been Introduced b their hostess and were sitting out the waltz, "I'm awfully pleased to meet vou 1" said the man. You're Miss Molly Green, aren't" you?" "Yes." "Lived here long?" "About a year," "Do you work or live at home?" "I work nt the bank." "Typist or bookkeeper?" 'Typist. But " "Any sisters and brothers?" "One sister," "You don't use nowder at all. do yoti?" w "Really. Mr. Gladgcgs, I ' "Do you make your own clothes, or "Sir. kindly leave ml I've only this minute been Introduced to .you, and I've never- been so Insulted In my life. I shall complain to our ho?tes3 at once'," "I'm awfully sorry if I've offended you. Really 1 am ! But that's my wife sitting over there, and when we're going home she'll ask me all those questions I've asked you about yourself and a let more, too, and I'd like to bo able to glie correct answers, that's nil!" Jgxirupoh Invest Generously in ths FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN . , Lexington Motor Co. of Pa. 851 N. BROAD ST. 1 KIKS MAYOR SMITH MAY ENTER BAIL TODAY Action Probable lo Avoid Hearing Scheduled in Ctidehiis Case Mayor Smith may go before Magis trate I'pnnock today lo accept service under the warrant Issued for bis arres' by Magistrate i arson at the Instanc" of Otto T. Mnllery. a director of the Playgrounds Astnclnllon. The Mayor Is charged with misdemeanor In olllce In ennntction with his dismissal of the Board of Recreation, which refuivd to appoint E. R. tSiidehus FiiperiUor of playgrounds. . , ,a i The Mayor may tak' this action and give ball for his appearance In court, to escape the healing scheduled by Mag istrate CarMiu for next Wednesday. Mayor Smith has refund to accept rv Ice by mall from Magistrate Carson. The letter of resignation of Mrs. Ed ward W. Bltldle. refusing the Mayor's appointment to one of the vacancies mado by the resignation of three mem beis of the old board, scjs forth her reasons for not ncceptlng the place. Mrs, Blddle said: "Since accepting a few days ago ap pointment at your bauds as amember of the Board of Education, I find n terlous difference of opinion exists among members of the Chic Club con cerning my action. I happen at the I l,7S i . . .. ,., , anything that creates disagreement In its ranks. "Many years of work in the Inter ests of public warfare havo impressed upon me that nothing Impairs the true value of nn organization fo much as lack of harmony. "For this reason I ileim It best to withdraw my nceeptaneo of the ap pointment In question, realizing that such withdrawal will cauto no lncop- venlenco to you or your board, Inns-1 much as I have not yet taken my seal." Mrs. Blddle said that It Is unlikely that a special meeting of the Civic Club will be called to Indorse' tho ac tion of Mr. Mattery against the mayor. "I do not belleie such action Is neres-t-ary," she said, "Members of the Clilc Club know and understand the sltua- Ion, and many of them nre In sympa- I... ..1,1. 1, ..... .. .1.- r , -.., ,wi .inn uiiitr in me -ityKrouuus Association." LADS WALK FAR TO AID IN WAR "Hoof It" From Srranton to Work nt IIo"; Inland Three slxteen-vear-old bovs who walked all the way from their homes In Scranton to Hog Island to get Jobs are now working there as brnler hnra. and glad tn be doing their hit. iney are: josepu o'Oonnell. 123 Prospect avenue: Thomas .lovce. 330 South Webster nvenue, nnd John Smith 1H Prospect hvenuc. WAR Payment Due October 1st "Carry on" that's what the "Glory Boys" are doing overseas. Pay promptly. ' WAR WELFARE COUNCIL 408 Chestnut Street, Phila. I J , II H - ITS WAR HEROES r-vxmrszzisttzzzn V-srf -. .Y m 7. -X?T-f ""''T,. -T. .TIl.lfiTlHi re' V3r 2 PHILADELPHIA SOLDI IMS KILLED tiintlniiril from I'hkp line .imt ld. "They ri,, ii.rthing in their iiiivfi t,i maki us t'ninfirtalilo." "If Kaiser BUI knew what was good for him he'd Kir up now, We make Hliorl work of i'irithliiK icr lierr. We Imvo 11 hat i" niiRbt c.ill 'Vankee pep.' and when boche nucts Viinkce pop ue doesn't stop wnlun twenty miles. He ; Keeps right " K'iIiik." he added "Tho boys nil expect to be lionu' by Christ iuiih: I hopu tin 11 wish coines true. nent. the Jeiiklntown camp, he 11 ai sent to ('.imp HanctVk .iml i-alled for France in May this it lie was 11 member of the Tioga Pres byterian Church, and was 11 salesman fiM- a h.itilivui mem I'rlinte I'm nl iliilnihy, fjvercly wounil pii niirniK i"" " ..ii.m 'i ."-- . KiiRlnccra at th- Maine, Is the o of Henry II. Qulnibi, .I!i2n (.Irani aiciiue. ihlef engineer or the Department of city Transit. Ymiiig Qulmby Is n giadu - ate of the West Philadelphia High School, class of mih. and enllstid along with a numheriif his classmates In June of 1017. Ho was attached to Company II, where most of the West l'hlladel- phla boys foregathered I'rliate lienrce Thomson, another member of the 1 1 f. clas" lit the West Philadelphia High School nnd likewise belonging to c inpany II. l3d Engl-' iiiers, was shot In the back about the , snmo tlmo young (Julmby fell. He has ' written to'hls p.uniis that he Is rapidly1 recovering, but has been awarded the j Honor of wearing a wound smpe. me, young soldier formerly lived nt N'orth Fifty-fifth stieet. ir.i.i I'rlinte Frank t inin, mlrslng. was drafted Apill - li'IS and sent to i I'nniii Meade He had onlv been there i three works, however, when he was se lected nlong with a himdml other new men to be sent to Fiance and fill up the inntts of the lOiitli Infantry. Conn, who Is twenty-seven years old, was nn lion woiker by trade and was working on the Penrose Ferry bridge when he was the Penrose Ferry bride when he was limited He Hied with relatives at 300 Dm for street nnd was a member of the Dickey New Year's Association, 'of Sntithwark I'rltHte llillliim J. Treenail, Jr., known throughout West Philadelphia as "Smiling Bill" Creenan. has been wounded In the leg. but Is getting along nicely nnd experts tn be back on the job soon, according to n cablegram re ceived by his parents, who reside at 1520 South Fifty-third street. I'riinto Creenan has the distinction of being the first former Western Union mess-oncer hoy lo he wounded In action, so far as the iccords show. He had been attached to tho branch ofllce at 3046 Market street for nearly ten years when he was drafted last October. Ho was a wideawake hut-tier, always deliv ered the goods nnd could he trusted to find the right person nnd deliver a mes sage nt any time or the day or night. He was learning 'telegraphy and would probably have been nn openrlor by now if he bad not i cached his majority Just in time tn he caught in tho draft He was .trained at Camp Meade and soon rose to be a corporal, being assigned to Company K ,'!2Sth .Infantry, National Army. BUY MORE WAR SAVINGS STAMPS According to .the report of thft National War Savings Commit tee, Philadelphia Is behind per rtiptta- $1 71 in payment of total .sales of War Savings Stamps. This should not be. ns proud nnd lllierty-lovlng residents. Phila delphia rhould lead as an exam ple anil not he money tight. We will nml hopo everybody will do likewise and oversubscribe tho deflclenci This Space Contributed by FOX Optical Service Quality and Price You Cannot Beat It N. E. Cor. Chestnut and 17lh Streets, Philadelphia EST Yesterday Mr- llinger was notified ny , ", "" " " 1- inn iiiociern telephono by 11 n.nnl doctor who had 'battle. And knowing what modern war ijnst returned li.-t .- fiom the front her " I". -very one who was In a position 'mm, was recoi.ium rapidly and there j n "''""ve Is In great admiration of the !w.is no cause for anxiety I V?,1"' anil wisdom of the American n. , Iluiger was among the IliM to answer ; ' r,' "? n",H c"ur- coolnen- nnd de 'the call for iol,H.e.H In April. 1917. "S1" J h": '""'" ", , , 'He enlisted In tl. old Se.mid Rcgl-1 n-,""h"w I': '"'T "f.1" "I,.?l"..,h hoys CHAPLAIN WOLFE BRAVING SHELLS City Boys at Front Pay Deserved Trihute to Cal lanl Clergyman D "GI E ALL," UE WRITES St. Patrick's Former Pastor Calls Home Folks to War's Task i "If a man tlrrrrn n monument, Hiid a Ml one, for brHrr, It l uir rlisp lain." The Rev Joivph L. X. Wolfe, former p.tslor of St. Patrick's Catholic Churrh. Is the chaplain to whom thl tribute Is paid by n man In the trenches. Dr. James McMnnlgle, captain In the medical corps, writing to lilt pastor, the I Rev. Jamei Xnsh, rector of the Church j of the Epiphany, fpiotes tills sentence front n lieutenant who told him of Father Wolfe's gallant conduct under lire. .litinn ln,iiit,,i,. ,.. 1 , ,. ' "'"" 'r n,ie nimseii. launing trie iifiuum 01 ine American boys who rolled io boches back from the Marne. "Let tue tell ou." writes Father Wolfe, "at the outset, that no one knows what "Ana left 1 forget it." he adds, "let me Male right now that. In s-plte of nil ..--,,. Kiini, in injiiie nave none ror us, ! you have not done enough Vou are I not working hard enough. Vou are not worklnr fast enough The sooner Amer ica places the power of nil bee rniir-fi ' 1,1 l.-..,l.io ll.t ..nn.. ...11. .. .. .... I .,. . ..1,, ,m- !-.j,,iu.- x 1 1 1 me unr eno, 1 ant the fewer ivp ulil , ii ,!, ;01.k. ork. Th(,r(, , nn (loftM of thp , ,lnal victory The Hermans are deathlv afra,j nf the Americans, hut they haie 1 n.Pr )acks to the wall, and In many , places they are lighting desperately." , Hero Is the lieutenant's story of Father Wolfe's courage, ns repeated by Captain McMonlgle: 'That man Is right un In the front 'line nil the lime, encouraging and ad- ministering to the boys. I've scn him I 'stay out for days nt n time under lire, Muminisiciing ine rites or Ills Church ,n tho boys and burying the dead. I've laid with him In a ditch at times for hours" Burglar 'Cut Woman's ITair . h.lrE,. ,,,r.rt in. i,mo r vi-n. .. ...'. ..." : Ham Elssler. 20BD East Monmouth stieet. late vesteruay afternoon, and threaten. Ing Mrs. EKolcr with n reinlver. tlefl her In a chair He then ransacked the house, "'"l". tn .nl"' "'" "" Part of the wo- , man's hair, threatening to kill her If she made an outcry. a: J. E. Caldwell & Company Let are 415 Chestnut Street I I .- . -II ll L a. w iy.s ?, R A WHITE, wounded Died Wounds t,iin.m:i.i,iii iikroks ESSINGTOI BOY SAWD FOUR AND WON CROSS Kepairctl Amhiilancc Dam aged by Shell lo Rescue Wounded Soldiers "I'nselfllsh courage and sangfroid " That was 11 Ftench dlilslonal com tnnncler's rharncterlzatlon of the heroism of Llndsav (Joeltz, of Esslngtnn. n prl vato In the t'nlted Slates ambulance corps, who was awarded the Croix do tiuerri' The cross iiith Its silk ribbon ami Its sliver star has Just been tcrelved by the youth'H patents, Mr and Mis. C !. . (tneltz The father is ii holelmnn at Esslngtnn. Ooellz im eight -'een yenrt old. He pla.ied on the I 'J If, freshman football team of the t-'ni-lerslU of Pennsyl. vanla When Amer ica threw down the gage to the Kal mi' last year (iiieltz determined to en list Ho joined the ambulance corps and trained at AI lentmvn. In a letter to bis LINPSAV noni.TZ parents the young soldier briefly told of the Incident that won him thp war cross He was driving an ambulance back from the front lines, he said, with four wounded soldiers, when n Herman hlgh exploslie shell burst a few yards from tho careening machine The Impact pushed the ambulance over Uko a toy. hut the shell splinters missed Goeltz and the .disabled soldiers. The young man carried the four men, ono by one. Into n nearby woods and hurried back to his overturned ma chine. He managed to light It nnd made some necessary repairs, regard less of bursting shells. The machine ready for Kcrvlce again, he replaced tho Injured men nnd brought them safely tn u base hospital "L'nseltlsli courage nnd sangfroid" was the French general's comment ns ho pinned tho cross on Goeltz's uniform. CJompcrs Invites French Pari. Sept 28. Samuel (iompers president of the American Federation of I Labor, who is visiting this city, has Invited the French Confederation of I.-ibor to send delegates to the National , I Conference nf tho American Federation. ' 1 BgagSagMB, f tip-mwsu M . if A IK. ,. . .&,'WT JEWELERS WATCHMAKERS SILVERSMITHS STATIONERS Fourth Liberty Loan Let US "go oyer the top and clean up" with the same irresistible rusk and celerity? hy wkick our boys stampeded tke Germans at St. Mikiel. us skow tkem tkat tke Americans also. tome Subscribe TODAY Don't The) Didn't Saturday, Sept. 28,1918 mm THE best service you can render your Government and those who are righting for you, is to subscribe your limit i. TODAY to bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loan. . Philadelphia Trust Company 1415 Chestnut Street PIIILADELPHIANDEFffi FIRE IX) BEAR MESSAL , - . ... J:M Lommanucr fraiscs I'lnuwi' phian for Gallantry That , Tiisnircs Comrades 1 1 fV, The? Germans now would rather rtit'i than fight the famous "Rainbow" DIvJ. " slon of tho American overseas forcef f according to Private George W Johft., ston. of this city, who was cited fo t4i bravery In carrying nrcssages under fl? , , Johnston, a son of David Johnston' 1342 Orchard street, Frankford, Is wilt , Company A, of tho H9th Machine Qua. Jd uauaii on. nn I National Ouari. command, wa known as the "Eas ton City Guards. Johnston was work Ing In Easton whe: he Joined tho col ors. Ho served oif tho Mexican border' for a time. in a letter writ ten August 21, ad. dressed to his fath cr, the young mftli DAVID JOHNSTON Mid! "We uro .hock troops now and we can' iftord to let the Eras, grow under our feef while, there Is nlnty of righting to do. W. ave them an awful heating In three rtani now on three different fronts, "Believe me, those German officer' know what tho division Is by this tlmt Why, Dad, they are getting so the won't stand nnd fight our division. Tho run and we have to chase them an catch them and then make Ihem light. "I was In a battle up In the America drive and the general gave nre a letter for bravery." The young soldier told nothing of ttv feat that won the citation, but the clta tlon Itself Is more explicit Signed b' Major Wnlter 13 Powers, adjutant gen eral of the division. It follows "1 am directed by tho division com mander to Inform you that your conduc1 In carrying messages under heavy Arc or machine guns, snipers and artillery on July HO. aVd August 1, 1318, east o? Sergy. has been brought to his persona attention, nnd he .considers your per formance of duty on these occasions as worthy of the highest commendation He regards your action In the face o. the enemy, gallant, an example to! your comrades In arms, and characteristic of that splendid standard upon which the traditions of our military establishment are founded.'' Johnston Is u member of Washington. Camp, No. SOS, P. O. S, of A ToISg Island '.'Southwestern. On MojramentinK . 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