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lit Bairtl, 109th In-
try, Describes Moil-
U' 1 r li... I :.,. r..il
L72, InclutHiip 376 Pcnn-
r.VrKliM-mari win never In n roil tiuttlo."
JU SfrU-'s Reriwint John T Tlalnl, of tlie
jKllWtJl, Infantry, n unit of tl.o famous
S.'kiSA vti.lin.. "U'lifit 1a nil 111 HIV
U fll" .....
ifi Hfctlut -rnr now If lie could co the front (
r.Trr.lipr Is hard to nay. Hut one thine ,
?'jfiimc, that saying of Mr, 'War is hell .
',4a not com anywhere near ilescrlfolnB
'kilt ve have feen and been through." j
-S . ' . .... ..... I., lit... I .if I
"Twcrgrint uairu. wno auiuic.j ....... ..fc .
HJL,forth Fifty-fourth street, and Uls
'fhUHKle." Supply Penjcant .lohn F.
"Alisrtkc. vero both badly wounded by the ,
.;Vlfin?fl lileh oTjiloslM- shell, which burt
f" .. .... . i i ...... ..f
SP, near f tnem mat u " ""- -.IcWrant
Hairdos ear-drums and burled
iLjirClnt Burhc under many nminds of
m $frih. He due himself out and both arc
p.'iww In a base hospital, lewvertnff from
WlriL r"notn Ttnlntnl Carlisle Hitler, of
fVK4T Chestnut Ftieet. u member of the
Wt Arm of (Jlbb. UIDli . nemrr ii..
i 'Chestnut Rtieet. lirs been wounuwi in
J'-lacUon,- acconlliii- to wniu i.eeivi'ii v
r?JhUi1 mother, who llvs In Milfonl. l'.l
'-i.!- TiAii.ln Id m irrnilu.itp uf the
Jfe.,3l-l'M;,' Iliiv. .. n -
sJCMVw school of the University or I'enii--.-Jvlviinln
and liai mailp Ills home in this
SrAtelty for a number of v.-ars. He was u
"'StmembT of the old l"lrl urgimrm. .n.
Ji$i' V., snd after that unit was mor-
AfiWMHeu 111 jiriiJ ii..iiwi.-i. ...... ...
12. prance in iay last, as ciniiiiiiuiuui ...
rSthe Headquarters Cnmp-ny of the moth
T Infantry, Letters from Captain Hels'or
vlmiicaie mai nis injury w m nut. chuuct
'fta 4V.n Ir. fill nftlifil.llltv hr. ltnu 111.
u .otxi.1 mill ... .. I' ."----- -.
(V1U) rcjuiiiv.i ii;. miiiiiuii'i
sW.TVord has been receleu ny .lonn i-'iis-
' . ".ImVrlH. formerly of Crafton. 1M but
Ph.tIio has been llvln-r at the St .lames for
V 'JviomQ time, or mo ueaio in iu-ikih 01 ni
ferflbrother. Lieutenant Joseph C Fltzharris.
rj1!... m . . . . . ...I... ... ..l.i
.y.Tne Crenel Oincer iaM uiuu-une M-.nn w.i
5iahd won his comnilssiou nt the Fort
-SJflattara training camp lie -was attached
ljt1'.CDmiiaiiy K. 310th Infantry.
& va ....
;;jVm: rhllailelphlnni Die In Artlun
f w conioincii c.isuany iibih ior .n-'
F-ierday and today total 1172. of whom
,W173 are Fennsjlvanl.ins. tiil' Honor
r5? 1l -- .l.ld !., nn.T .llntrlff nil ltlll,rrt
. "i? T11? 'lul ""a -.J ...i. ...... .. .. -
jti'leventy, six hainB been Ulled In action.
t in vio.'tn,- fH.i! of wiitindH and five of
EfSfdlaease. Forty have been sexurely
L'f wounded and six less seriously Injuieil. ,
W Viprhtlo four are misslTiB.
EiAn officer from Crafton, I'a., has beon ,
Biljcklllro In action, two enlisted men from
"Xancaaler are dead ana muii oinurs
'irom nearby points hac been wounded.
r.'Kl:.- ., ,,r- ..rnnue
$3li.til L.UHS Ut inc. iiv.ijv.o
iifeipkvat'e Jnlin 4. Mmklll, who has seen
npre- man uvu ji-um bci .,. ....- .-
.UhouKh be is not yet nineteen ears of i
frM.Heverelv wounded dT HY ,al.,is
....m. ni-p. was siei'iy
!&' wounded in actio u ,
iltyr..i.i..iu,r. ., y.ou,n"V'.,o'' ....... i I
gSTa', ; "",, ?"", word e'- ied 'he, and the quality and abun
fjSSperely Wounded '"?.,, frm the I dance of the lootl supplied the wounded
iwi- ;..' t . ...
"toflay by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .lohn
J,.', SleSKUl. .ur. .iiesKin i-. i.n.i. ... ....
o Island fire department. I'rlvate
IresklH enlisted six months before the
ScWaratlan of war. and has been in
ift-JFrahce since i last May.
ftrUnrl 'lutOll 1,. Itllflllinilll, till'
.x.t Mrs tlnhert ltuchaiiaii, of
1IJH .v w... . .......
Wrth Lawrence st.rect. lias wrien i o ..
:.lHt', Hospital .o. jo . uiui m- . "
fidM in action October 4,- He i
pty-slx ears old, and a member of
"'' B - . -... a 4 1 il.
SaKtVucl.'nniS Is tn France with
ii... o.v. Tll. V -4 1 1 . .-. fluvtrm vllf
:ir ,r, .in i," n U,.ietel 'for annv
K ervtco in April of this year and hailed
'WiFrance July 8. In the letter to 111.
i mother he said he had "a Rood smack at
'& .L Kn.AM hattrt h W! UfU;iWllll in
E1' the'right lee by shrapnel.
Er'ScirDol Frederick IV. KHuy. Com- the Mexican border, and on tno ueei.ua
iiSTIuh'lnftinWwaH woJndedby I l.ln ofnr,." "'iaU tMav
!"t.-,irapnel ana sneii snocKeu juiy ..u. aim
. mar nppn iiimiiiim.uii iiijui iij.i ii.in-
fSjth Infantry, was wounded .Inly I
' 'SSh'M"'! 'Kelby1 SIS he SM7 SotiYl, links' retV"'rr or .0 ni N
MESS ISSHS em ! ifh7JhVWMMA r
, Mtiirtntent In Jul. 1D17. . as 11 tlm sector w. are now holding the
"."Sl'jrlTate ltobrt l. Mnrlln, foinpnny (jr.rmniis b.n,. be 11 drlen b.icl; n far
vL IBabut ls novv llt ""' trn"1 "'n m"r''- I
W'i twenty-four years old and lhed nt 1
. . " m 1 ...11, 1.1a ,...,nnlu t
' in s uimru vi-iii,o ,..i hi.- .u,.,,.-.
iJrvlous U his enlistment in f-tptember,
lfl7,"ho was married.
a'rlratti liunlinrr Mnltli, wounded on
1 ,Aii(tit 28, was only seventeen eiirs old
'-wlunp.he enlisted in April of last year.
He;was trained at Camp Hancock and
fcabeen In b'rance slnco Maybit, wltli
, 14QU1 iniautr. I'rivuie .oiiin was
Jieny emiuoyeci ny ine i-eiuisyivania
J road and lived with his mother at
A TJovorfnrrl nventie.
-'Irirkte Warren J. Ilrunt, Company
Forty-seventh Infantry, wuh wounded
t 18. He is twenty-three years
and with his two older brothers.
lllani and Joseph Brunt, enlisted
ny alter ine united niates entered
;war. Their parents are ueaci, ami
v llted wlfh Gus Hartes, al 2GL'S
Srth Third street
Ivatn urorit ,rilier, company 11.
tp Aiucnine-uuu uaiianun was
ed September I& in ine riKht nip
left' shoulder He Is elRhteen veins
'hiul lived with his parents at 2421!
rim Oeorsro K. Apple, Company L,
Infantry, wiw wounded July 2,
Ine the loss of. several HnRera on
sr right h"nd. 1I lived with his
:flr at bun usage aenue, uniu 111s
jiient in April, jaii, wnen nut.
n yeara oiu,
"private James I'. league. Company
VllUHln Jnianiry, was vvounueu juiy
He Is thirty-three' yeuis old, and
irea'dence was at 133 Davis street,
yum. L'mii nis enlistment at tne
ak of the war ho was employed
nl Jo.enli J, Itorliv, t'onipany
Mth Infantry. vyas reported
A AURUst 3. lie uvea vv It 1 11
rit 11(19 Rowan street. Nicetown.
J iwenty-four yearc old. and prior
Penllstinent In Mav, 1117, wits em-
aa u teamster, .v. uruiner is in
M Hoy Tuilloik, roioren, i.oni-
rfw. t3in iniantry, n renorieu hh
n ueiiuu. iio ia reieuieu 101
i in mu nniionai vriny in jviirn.
By at Oamn Meado only five vveikH i
lie voiunicerou lo kro 10 franco
I'vOUt Company K. nt lle 368th. A
S neivro ne whh i.imo, iuohkh
q Chi s' mother, Mm,' M Tad lock
"1 .am not arraiu, necauBa ino
JermanH luri when they we us
:'f lla wJa tiventjtvvo yeara old.
le Allrharl IJInnui. I 'inpany E.
i' Inf.iiitrv' farineiA Clnnloved In
KwircuUtlon aepamnent of the
, I'ivcNiwu i'i ui.iv;
7 employ v uj r-,v 'hi uled
Public Ledger in a tecent uc-
,-ib'..mji lion. aucornuiK
r Wounded ... , Ictfer iust
'rroni lilm y lil jiarciitH, Mr
v-orrii l.ltiimn. joj aiunrw
( vvaa reooverinif n a umb nuc
o ilia k'tler ,vv.m written and
expected to return to ine
' a.. '.' .
Corp.cJOS.?OTHIE,ClAUDl S.PHULIPS.Sergt V.A SEVy2IH,WllllAM O. HILL,
WoundtcJ Woondtc).. Wounc3HJ DitcT
GfO. R.APPLE 1clr.,PHItUPA.GUINANE.Corp.FRE.D MERK.A.S.WOR.THLINE,
VoLirM p 0 . Vcundf.J-'- VoonaecT-. WoonOeU-..
BLNcJ FMILLE.R.rJACOaE MILLE&.ALBF.RX WISE .twt C HECKROTE
Mount-villa MounLvilld. , M Pl&asanf , tlaz.lft.lon,
WondcI Voundtd Woundftd K-illad
L tw Jat "a
FRANCIfj T EBLRT6,5rgt.R.E.CONN01?,AMl SHELLY.VILLIAM G.RUTH
Vaatharly. Amitfvillc Sternsburg , Ami-Kiville.
VounJacT Shall Shodd Dictt--- K-i 1 1 .3 -
HARRY WILLIAMS.MICHAEL LITMAH.HERBERT WILUAH5.RALPH cJENKlNS,
troops wilh which be went .ilinu 1 M a
Marvl.mil unit UK hr ilier, Alii.mi
l.ltiimn, ubo i nipluyed by the Ui:nimi
I'i KLic Li:pui:ii, was cer:lllcd for terice
a, few dais aco and uxptctb to bo wilt
to camp shmtly.
Viiiiiiir l.itm.ui wrote lh.it his fniccd
1.... t il... hn.ii i.il .. iu 111 (ivlnir hl.s mi.-t
l".' '.:"" '. r .'. .. .
en o able evpeuencu in ine war, oeciusu
r,r iho nttentie trcatmtnt he had le-
i Yanks. le ixnresoed ucrtt
could not be homo to take Christmas
dinner with his family.
l'rlnile IMnlii I.epi, of 'Company A.
14!'th Maihlne-Giin Ilaitallon. ii'porle,d
Wounded, was badly R.is'-eil, On Ausust
4 lie wiote hit. Ulster, Miss Anna l.epp.
a nurse, wh'i lives at 13 Xorili Uber
street l'rnate uepii eiinsieo wn'ii urc
; - machinist by trade
1,111 ...IIKJIIII1 ..u..... ... ... ...
. .,, . ,,.....,.,,.. o
i i-ruiue. .iir.-u -. ............ . -..
. wounded In lour piaios on . u i .a. .u.
I - l l...r tit fi ilif I P Pll II V 1111- Hill -
! emsV who lhe7 ..!.. i-jcd sUeet.
' '1" 1.' Mllllli: bOIUier IS llVi'illJ-i ! ,.v..,o
old and Is a member of Company L.
st-reeant milium H. t)al. wounded,
'was a member of Company D, of the
! IIHlll, t.if.inlrV III. enlisted WUll the
old First I'.eRinient nnu saw scrviee on
,"" r..n'. ,., . f mm :m,i is .1
" ........ -;-.- ......... ., .....i
ami with sueli creat speed tli.it it is Im
possible lo deoto time to the buiHliiR
of tienelies, so theiefoie (uiifortuii.ilely
for Fritz) we .ire lli;hiliic in open .n
f.ire and I i..n freelv say with Kit.it
success. The pal t of the count ly wo
am now llKhiciiR in Is one that tho
bodies li.ne h.-ld lor the last four years,
and until our airnal hid been (lainliiK
eonnlstentl. but now we can say with
pride that we have Rained tlfteen miles
In tlie last fourteen days J have been
oer tho top clRht times and durinu .1
fierce barraRe. when all of our oiileers
were put out of the tiKht. I took com
m.mil nf fomtianv 1 There are iiulto
1 a few naval Runs tn thlH district and
they aro doiiiK Rreat ilauidec v hen I
return I Intend to write a boolc crltlclz
Iiir Sherman for not laying moro em
phasis upon iho st.itemciit that -vvar Is
hell.' as we sme find It that way at
Private Thuniai. J. dlllmore, .lr.. Com
pany H. lUDth Infantry, wounded in
action .lull 2K, Is back with his com
rades aRain, ho-Willi a his parents, Mr.
and Mrs Thomas (jilmore, 2r0S Peltz
strtet tin enllsteil in Mav 1&17.
Ciiriiiiriil llnrr) (. ' WIIIIiiiiih and
his brother, I'rivato Herbert Williams,
are coiivaltschiR from wounds received
in action 011 ad
Wounded Hrothvr JolnltiR tots at tho
same hlR base lips
Arellvioivnng pital In France.
in i.llnlninir ltn.1. 'r,li'' Wf'ru llJ"rP'l
inliifliriiiipjfpfis oll ,i,0 ?nnll, ,iayi
Keptemner :s, dmiiiir ine tcrnno nuiiiniR
' aloiiR tlio iieuse Tiieir vvounus ore not
serious ami incy nave uoin wruiei nome
""": , , ...- ....... ...-.,.
' vein, Their letters urn full of praise of
'"8 treaime-ni rivoii 111cm ny ineir
I ,,'" , .nV,i .,.,... ,.nu , 1011
1 V.',rrh T. ',;.,.' ..., "
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Harry, wno is iweniy-nine years 011
entered the i-'ervlee in Kept ember, 1017,
was Bent to Camp Meade, vvhero he was
attached tc tlie heidnuartirs company,
315th Infantry, nnd lalir vVna made a
corpor.ll. Herbert was drafted In May
of this year, also went to C.nnp Meade,
but waH there only live weeks, CJi.uuo
put lilm near his brother and tho two
sailed for France toisvther as members
of tho 'JlBth Infantry.
'I'll, two brothers are Rraduates of
Central High .School. Harry was nil
iiiHuranco broker and Jleibert was em
ployed at tlie (llrard Trust Company
when they were calleil to tlm colors,
They come of Ughllng stock, as thrlr
Krandunclo saw active and brilliant
service In tlio Mexican nnd Ciil SVnin.
I'rlvate Jobepli MrCoaeh,. wounded
July 1, has loll u since rejoined Ills
part of a Q-
, . .
ROLL OF HONOR
; L '-if
rpftniient, tlioURU his inme did not ap
pear on the o.'Ilei.il ris':"."y list until
todav. He is tvveniv ..u.s old and lived
with" his parents at 41011 Apple street,
( iirpiiriil .losepli (iollile. Company K,
lO'iin liifantr.v. who was Rassed July 2S,
cnli-ted In 1U14 and served on the
Mi .! border He is twenty years old
and was formerly employed as an elec
11a Ian H lived with his mother nt
2132 South Hlxty-llflh street.
I'rlvnte Piflllp A. (.ulnuine. Company
H, 110th Infantry, was wounded July 2U.
Ub hmne was at 6812 Hodman street.
H. Is tvvinty-tvvo e.irs ola and enlisted
in P-piembtr, l'J17. A brotlier is also
Private IMward Hauler. Company K,
to'iili infantry, was shell shocked on
lulv 13 .nul nRain wounded on Septem
ber ::o lie ls tvvemv-four jears o'd and
w.111 diafled 111 April, 191 S He was
formerlv an ekctricinn at IloR Island.
Hcrireiint Wllliird A. i-everln, Comjiauy
II 1 10th Infimiry, was wounded July
3(i in the ilRhl tou-arni and Is still ill
the ImMdt.'il. acioidiiiR lo a letter re-i-i'ivtil
by bis will wlio Jivs at .1011
(ieimantown 11 v emit
C1.r11ur.il William -drain. Company I.
MUNSINGWEAR is made to stand
the test of actual use. Knit from tested
yarns, every garment is made from the
finest materials in strictly sanitary surroundings
"Fit to vcar next to tho skin."
Quality of fabric, perfection of finish, perfect
fit, washability, unusual wearabihty you get
them all in filunsingwear at reasonable prices.
'"" The satisfaction lasts.
" ...Zm r,..nnnn i '' "
! -s, &; Use
j A-., ,J'fCW -df
Deluy in the proper trpat
ment o,f skin troubles' is
dangerous. livery day spent
in trying unproved remedies
may only let tho disorder
spiead and become more and
moro deeply seated.
The value of Rcsinol Oint
ment is known. For over
twenty years it has been
109th Infntitry, was wounded AtiRust 14,
Ho Is twenty-one years old anil enlisted
In April, 11t7 Ho lived with n sister
nt lfi Osborne street, Wlssahlckon.
I'rliali- .Inlin T, Itrndlcy, both reported
us mlss.iiR In today's olllc nl cnsuilty
list, are netuallv
Reported Mining, with their respec
c ... ,, T, live rcRlmmls
Soldier II rile They busllv rngnRcd in
Are Still i'lnhlintr battllnR tho boches.
tire Stilt l ipiiling Bccnrillnij to letters
received from the
younR soldiers by their telatlves.
llotli declared that the.v' vveic In the
bet of hinllh and spirits and were
h'V n a Rrtat time TlRlit up on tho
flrhlR line " (
Coipnral Jl.unbella Is lilnetoen years
old and mllMed III October of 1010. He
Is now attached to Company L, 111th
lnfaiiti.v. Ills parents live nt 251 North
l'llvnto llrndley Is Iwenly.four rars
ld and lived nt tr.31 Lancaster avenue.
11 is a member of Company M, 111th
Infantry A .voutiRer brother is also
'n 1 lie vcivlre of I'ncle .Sam.
""entrant l.anlim .liiliniiin, who died of
lntlucnm on a ttansport bound for
Fr.incn has been bulled with full mill
t.uv honrjis in the Hillside Conieterv.
lie was born In KnrliRronn, Svviden,
and came to America when 11 ihlld
wuh hi-, parents Mr and Jtrs. Olaf
Johnson, ir.25 McKean street. A few
.veais iiKo ho Joined the ,SIth Cavalry
d served. h' .vears In the riillliplnes
uiul on the Mexican bonier. After hi
d -eiiarR" lie was c inployed as a pun
tc-urai IMdyslone. Alth niRli 11 widower
id Hi. father of u dauRlitor, Johnson
alved excmplion Mi the dlafU
I'uneral si rvices vveio held nt tho
. ohnsuii homo last vvoik. The Kev. C A.
'3-iRe.idoff, paslor of the lltlslavus
do puis Hwrill h Lutheran Chtuch.
Mx mull and McKean stints, ollic'ii fd
I'rlvnte I'nuiiN .1. I'lirrtmiii, ivlm died
of pneumonia , .Septunbir JO. was a
vietiin nt iiiliU'inlu Inllutiiz.i. lie was
Id. for only live days I'i vatu Cotrl
rm was formuly implnvid at U.ild
wltis lie tnllsled in Hciober of last
.v.ni. vvii-, tialned al Foit Slocum, New
v 01 1., and si nt to- Fr.inet In August of
.111 year as a niemiic r or Die IJlRlitlelh
1 li Id .Vrtllkrv lie was twenty-five
.veins old and lived with an aunt at 170C
Private Mav. si hlussliprR, olllclally re
Miitnl today as liavlnc: died of pneu
nontii was st'll another victim of in
flutnxd. Though his name appeal h on
111 Yl lKpl.,lt( .11- -1 l .1 I il .,-
( a-e, his aunt. Willi vvlii."m he lived at
M2 .N'orlli .M.iishill Mieii, lias ncclvid
no uoiillc.itton nl tin f.iei llu was nlii"
iien car. old, ami pievhiu to (.nlii-t-nient
in September nl list jear, was
employed at u biR local bakery, Thu
vouiiK soldlei was a meiuliei of Com
i.iny M, Nil Hi I 11 im v. 1 km ar it,! my f
Private rr.ineis V. I'iikum, killed ill
autlvn. w.ih a 1 wa id ihe Moldavia when
that tratitpoit was toipedocd. but es-
i .1111 d Iniurv. H
Lscnped lorncdn, was Instantly 1.111
,..,,,, ., i, ed by a shell, how
hilled by Shell , Ver, duiliiR the
heavy llRhtlnR of
AtlRiist 2!) l'nv.iti FaRan w.ih twenty
one yen is old. and enlisted In tho riRU
Inr annv m .lul.v t,f 1917. He whs tialn
ed at ilcttsliuiR and Camp Ciceiie.
and sailed foi France hi May of this
vc-ir The MuniR soldier made ills home
with two siMn .it .11611 I tench Kteet.
I'reviotis t jolniiiR the tolors ho was
tinploved bv a local llrm of ehotrical
coin ra'i tors A biotlier l.s now in France
with one nf the Pennsylvania units.
Private FnR.m was 11 imnibcr of Com
pany II, Fiftj-clRhth Infantry.
Cnrporul ( li.irlo VV. l).rri(ei.. wound
ed on J-Vpti mix r 2, has written his
mother, who lives nt 25i).ri flarnel street,
that he has virtually recovered and ex
pects to rejoin his recipient very Miort.y.
He Is twenty-two years old and en
listed in .Api il. 1U17, ill tho old 1-irst
lieRlment, N. (1 P., and went 10 p ranee
111 .Mav of this year us a member of
Compa'r.v II. l(l!Hli Infantry. He was
loinierly (inployed nt Mldvale.
Private .Maxwell A. Ivolvr, motll lied
as dead or at bust a prMmtr ill flu
nianv, '(slounded his p.nents by walk
in" Inio his homo at HOT Noitli Sixth
.licet l.iM Friday nluht Tho vounc
...iiiiee lie Is only eiiiliteen years old
had been painfully wounded and also 1
dlmled b Ras durlnR the heavy bom-.
oidnieni put over by the (lei mans 10
lulv 14 Picked up by ambulance men.
he liad been taken to a French ho.-p!-
,il Fur two weiks he was in no onul
tmn to tell who ho was or wli.it uni
mi belonged to. When he was able t
.n.ike ills Identity known the Fieneh
iinwiiUnl authorilles tailed to report hi'
presents to ins commaiidhiR olllcer, n
hat lie was olllclally listed as inlssuiR
Finally he was transferred ty an Ameri
can hospital, but for some unknown rea
vm lhe aulhorilies of that instlltilion
..ir. (.,it. ,1 in remitt his mceiue. Kvent-
tiallv ho recoveied Milllclcntly to lie
liiotiRht back to the Fulled States and
1 tken to a com ah scent hospital lit New
leisev. llo Is now at his home on a
v.ck'"s have. Piivato Koter cnllMed
1 tlio National "liiard of Penns lvanla
in tlie sumnur of last j ear and went to
France as a member of Company r,
110' h Infantiy.
Tlinniii C. A-rniiRli, Company A,
130th Machine tiun n.ittalion. was
wounded September 2S, In tho llKlithiR
01 ill of Vuidun. Private AscourIi was
Jtafied In April, and after tralnlnK ai
1 'amp Lee sailed for France in June
'lis parents. .Mr and -Mrs James As-
jugh. live at II US North Ninth stieet
ills name has not yet appeared on the
,1'iclal casualty list, but woid of his 111-
,iy wa received in a letter from the
u'nR h'ddli r himself.
CnriMirat John .1. ltrniiiiclly. :113th lu
fanlo, was seveiely wennded In the
battle of the Mi ute, accoidlnR to a Id
ler rccelvid bv Ills iiaients, who live at
lU.'l Mi Ku.111 i-H(et. llo was drafted
in Nov. mini' of last year, trained nl
Camp M.adt and went 10 Fiance In Jul
with the Seventy-ninth Division C01
por.il llrannell.v is a Riaduato of the
Hpiphan) P.uoe-hlal Sclirol and of the
Southern HIrIi School and was fmplojed
In iiin diaftiiiR room of the I'hll.iilelphla
Navy Yard when called to the colors
If applied in time, it
usually checks the- itching
nnd reduces tho trouble right
away. But even in stubborn,
long-standing cases, it is sur
prising how quickly this
gentle, yet effective ointment
All drusglatl sell ,!ielncl Ointment.
mi ra -w
: . : 1
116 HEROES SLAIN,
13 DIE OF WOUNDS
Tolal of 286 Casualties in
20 YIELD TO DISEASE
Among Those Who Make
rjeneral Pershing's casualty teport for
today contains an unusually lurRc pin
poition of fntulltlcs. Including llfi killed
In action, thirteen dead of wounds and
twenty victims of dlsense, In a total
of 2Sfi. A Pennsylvania lieutenant I"
imoiiir those who made the supreme
pacrlllce. while a captain Is recorded
amoiiR thn slightly wounded.
Kumniarlzeil, the losses to date ure:
Novrmlier I. Total.
Killed In action 110 ll.OiiP
Died or wounds 1.1 4.110
Died nt'illseiiHo 20 1.727
Died of accidents and
other causes 1,181
MIsltiR In action (hi-
cludliiR prlsoneis), . .. H5 ii,22!)
Wtninded 121 3,140
, Urn ml totals 2S0 61,770
, iii'rici:icv i.i-r
Klllnl In Acllii'ii
.CAPTAIN tleorite 1). llry.llil, llrnnlilyn,
't.lHPTn.VANTS Plillln It Colelnnlt.
nclimitl. (l. Much Piili'in. "aMuliil. Cal.:
ltoli.it 1 .McdulKU.'in. Wiiiiii'limo. Minn.;
tiilmurnl Howard i'rllire. I.iwwin. .VIil.; I I03.U
H. Stinsnlili-r. Wiivn, l,u ir Pi.
Illril friini WihiiiiN ICi-iriveil la .Villon
MIlt'TII.VANT J.-nnts s Hinders O'Neale,
llnilliilril everclv in Altiotl
I.ll'UTKNVNTS - ll.lrevv .1 .MeKeoll, llo--er.
N. .1 . Will H niivn l'lo-ntlce. S. C:
flcorce IMuinl J illt-v ('lnrkbur(-, O.t Hu
Cua A. Ptrr. It.iiitlin no, Pin.
MAJOli William Mlti hell IivvIk. ltaclne.
c.VPTVIN lieiih 11 T.1I111 Phnrr, Kane. V
l.lKl"li:NANT.s Arnll illiicltman, rirook
Wn. N v.. Il-nrv Cnl nvin I.oni;, Union
inn. All . li, Witt T. Petty l,'ivvrenevllli
HI .John 11 Sinlnrn Went Meilfnrd, Mans
Olenn I. Wnoill..-. S.m Antonio Tex.: Hen y
13 K. Ili'y, Cm 11111. L'onii.; I.ee Trancis Plelc-
It, Sp.nti'r. Wlw.
Klllnl la Aillon
M:il(i:NT1 Wllllnm I.. l.o.niirlit. l,eh
snoii Wlllitint V Holnh.inlt, I'ltlsburffh
('larrnie .li.im UV.iv, r, Chlerfelown.
CuItl'OHAI.S Cliuile II nbcrlv. llnll
'nwii lilk ('ouut: ndvvaril A. stlvanbnn
PltlV VTi:s Meinr llerkrr. Atinnut; .Tosf
Tllenlrk, Diiqm-nni , Jnhn P. llrowti. 1S'lt
P -rnrtn street 1'lill.irli lphlo ; Snniuel It. Urn
nor Vntin'fjT Ift IM.inrd T IMuards, Plllp
liumh, Ilcnrv (1 ern, lli'a South 't'e-elfth
tr. -I Plill.iileliihlsi Wlntlelil S. Howell
PlttRliurch: I'rter MimonYllsH, PlttRburRh
Tf.. nil (1 Mltrhll PltishuVch: .Innics .Mnr
mv (' Inilstoni , Prul llu-ton Rnv. etrove
1-I llillln A Itonles. rionrfleld; Ilruno
Fm.' Ki-preii- lrwln T Smith. Krle- Ksy
Maybe Your Business
Has Outgrown lis Routine
Patching and altering1 won't help
much. ' Hiring inexperience will
help less, even if you can hire it.
Look to your files!
The application of the fundamental laws of
filing and finding can' make immediate action
on original records imperative. Quick filing
and finding, remove many excuses for delaying
necessary action. '
An AMBERG ANALYSIS will point out
where delays occur in the circulation of im
portant documents throughout your business.
It will also indicate the cure, which in many
cases means the freeing of help for more im
portant duties in your organization.
Ambcrp Cabinets, wood and steel, are standard
and the Indexes fit any make of cabinet.
Ask about your problem
or write for Literature.
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I Established 1868 Telephone, Walnut 4674
Peace will throw thousands
out of War work. Build
ing good roads will de
mand their service. Vote ,
for the $50,000,000 loan
tomorrow and help avert
a labor crisis. . . .
TrUCk! f President
1720-1740 North Crokey Street
DU DLvm rWriMAMJ LL9&-9L ..
H. TndlotV: 82 Mount Vernon street, Phii
idclplilfti Chrt( WaUti, Ilnttfird.
Died nf Dlnenne
ritlVATH - Adolf KrtsowtKI, tVllktf
Woiindcil In Adlon (Iienree T.'iidelfrmlnKl)
PUIVATDS -John M, Pnitilfn, Dunmire!
Vlllnir ttRtrlcrr. .XlBell Jek Hart. a4 Pop.
'nr sire, t phllsdelpliiai Jolm llesttlus, Oil
lly, l.uclo Isnnucel, PltthurKh.
PIX'IKANT - Wllllsm It. UavIb, 2W7
South llltks ftreet, PlillndrlphtR , ,
i'iini'"UAt.S (Jeorso J. rjcmperlln,
"lltdtnirirtii Jte Morket, t,lon.
pntVATKM -l.uthtr A. Hattn, Alientowni
'turles A, liodsnn. Altootin! Frank Oldley,
tii.intivvn: l'nut (irntinvrskl, lirmi iocki ien-
1. II mil, Scr.intnni Rlsnlcv jincniocna.
-I'I Huniin utreet, rhllnilolplila: Iu's 1;.
1 tin. tti.Ti Knuth Al.l-r trert, Phimdjj.
jnnn 11 rciin 11 .vncninvn. .nuui ...
Vllllnin Youmj. Ashlnml
Mlnidni; In Action
IKCtlANIC Pari David Wheeler,
PIIIVATRR Iliy fllllolt PIltsliiirBhl
.reo inthrer, ntll Mnrhali strict. Pima-
lphls: Wells tl. Pnbln, Athens, Allen
iilher Wrller, linler.
Ullleil In Artlnn
innonANT Wllllnm P. N'clll. llcmnrils-
pniVATi: Zlcmunil t.lprhlnk. Paterson: j
.ink J. (lober, Illlznbeth: I'etrr 3, Trency
Died of Ili-ene
PniYATU Kruno J. Mollreka,
llstne In Allien
PHIVATI Percy Pilfton. Jersey City.
I'lllcil n Allien
rniVATIJ James 1)1 Aneelo. lVilllmore.
Kilted In Action
riUVATB Ueomo T. Hnrper, llenver
Illeil from Wound ltecelved In Anion
1U1IVATE Lmnn It. (Ireen, Colonial
Wounded Severely In Arllon
PltlVATI Joseph II. Stnrres, Hill Ma-
'"' Wounileil sllelitly
nnrtelUANT Ch.irllo 0. Iliuvvn, Pine
PU1VATI1 .tallies II. Hoihre. Norfolk;
-irr riaudlne Holt, Crjstnl Hill, Halifax
Dciliralc Allies' Flaps at Clturrli I
"antieis of Italy and llclt-lum occu
ileyl n 'prominent place In the chancel of
he .Second Piesli tcrlan 1 'hutch. Tvven-'v-flrst
and Walnut streets. ctoid.iy,
snd Wero formally dedicated by the llcv
'lr. Alexander Mucroll, who olllcl.ilcd
it tho service. The IIurs complete a set
-epresenllnR tho principal nations now
I- lhe possession of tho church. Doctor
v-icOnll preached a patriotic sermon.
(ZLr,:,.' -,U tzzzzzzz-
You Have Learned
nni the "lla" riilitrnile Hut flUeo
ormnlds ItHAl.l.Y1 PIOli:i"'
rilnut Infretlon. Thev will neiv
ns rlfei lively In any icernvlHirne ill"
is- so never li" without them it
ir porkei homo or iilllee. llano
MillnflrililnN htnmlnnl Drue Slorr
1518 Chestnut Street
Srl'nnl thlldnm nrcil tln-m.
8j'f'frfi'f,'-t'--' ,J '
;?&. v J-r"
11 vti ntiiivnt Jrhn 11 smith Strou'l. 1 ,1,i,,,,i "l ini-i i'iiiumui iivcnue, iierman
rri Wllllnm L. Ynim Unrrltbu'rBi' Itobort town, was wounded on September 2S
WOUNDED IN FRANCE
Young Gerniaiilown OlTicer
Writes to Parents From
American Base Hospital
Flrft Lieutenant llobcrt FIcmlnR
Heard, rnn of Mr. niirl Mrs. Wllllnm K
ouruiR ine severe uttntinrT in tne Arponne
forist, Two lellers have been received
from the voting olllcer, that of Into dale
stntlttR th:R he was about to be taken
to nn American base hospital and that
his condition was not critical.
Lieutenant Heaid Is twenly-tliree
ears old and a Rradunte of fSerman
town Acndemy nnd Lehigh t'nlveislly
He failed to pass tho lln.il physical cv-
ninln.itlon nt the llrst ollicers' tralnlns
iiiinii, run .-.iaKar.1, .. i ,, uecausp 111s
e.ves wero below statnlard. P.cturnlnR
home he took a coutso of treatment, en
tered the second ollicers' trninliiR c.tinp,
Fort ORlethnrpe, nn and .won a com
mission ns first lleulenalit. He was ns
slRned to the niachlne-RUti company of
the .171st Infantry nnd has been 111
France slnco (arly last summer.
On December I. of last vear. Unit.
trnant Heard married Miss (Jvvendolyn
VnURh, daURhter of Mr. nnd Mrs. 1. 1).
VnURh, of Media, His wife) has been
IIvIiib with her parents since he went
Tlie. younR olllcer was born lit-Sivan-nah,
tin., but came to Philadelphia with
his parents when very jour.ir and has
I Brown tip in this city, lie Is a number
1 of the (lermantort-n Cricket Club and
Really good overcoats are
not plentiful in some stores
this season. For various
reasons a number of dealers
have found it extremelw dif-
jij hcult to get goods.
I Far be it from us to exult
I over the other fellows trou-
g tiles, but we want to make
I it very clear that Our Over-
p coat Assortments are big-
S ger ana oetter than ever.
1 There are three leaders
p piip-on variety.
I "The Brighton" 42
j full graceful sweep of the
m of style.
I "The Strand" Slightly
I more sweep. It has a "trim" natty effect about the
S front and shoulders that appeals instinctiyely to men j
B who seek individuality m
i hirrvf X jr ,1
lhe JVlercer pronounced in its lull swagger a
a "English" cut.
B folds of skirt, th
e smart cut
imply tasteful designing and are made possible only
by good tailoring.
Overcoats in Any of These Models
$25 and Upward
Jacob Reed's Sons
W24-1426 CHESTNUT STREET
HOW TO MU BALLOT
Tfl lflTF for Ho11, Wm- c sProul for Gov-'
I U V U I H ernor, and the entire Republican
tibket, and for Judge John W. Kephart, for the Su
preme Court, and Judge William D. Porter, for the
Superior Court, put cross marks on the ballot as
indicated below: ' ,
FIRST COtUMN NONPARTISAN
SINGLE TAX I I
- -. ....-
Ihe Delia Phi Prntarhltv. '4wd4lM-oth'r''
nre nlsa In lhe 'rervlco of Uie country. V
John Uettril In the navy nnd W. K.
Heard, ,Tr nt tho dfTlcers' trninliiR enmn'
at Camp Oordoh. Fa-Vl Heard was onft
of the sKty-four I'nlveralt.v of Penn
sylvania students selected to enter this
By Irene Cttstlc
To us Vernon Castle was merely
a master of our light hours, a hero
of the minute, and when he heard
his country's call, became a Cap
tain of Aviation and gave his life to
save another man, wc did not un
derstand. Perhaps wc did not try,
for America tpu'ckly forgets.
Now comes the true story of
Vernon Cas'tlc simply told by the
one who knew him best, his wife.
You will find in it both revelation
and inspiration. Uegin it in the
in Overcoats of the H
inches long and made -with
skirt; conservative, yet full j
fuller in4he skirt and with I
t . r ,,'
round sleeves, the draping
ot the lapels and shoulders
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JUD00 OF THE SUPBBUB lM
Edwin M. Abbou, &
Jpb W Coutu, -;5jU
HBfr uOt tU
Awvituy V Drvcl K'Jf
Cd-.rd J. Fot ,tffl
J.h.W'Ktptiirt. X I SBT
Jotfph J. ICiauu. f . "4 (
L J m
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suptiti it nodion, ai-i'"Tn
, Witlum Dvl4 Psrm. X W'.l &
, t -jjam
v ' JjM
cmiu ane "
usqu as a Booming, jitiiuiij;
4o' Bnawmi fitieM
Mltrr factt find tin