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EVENING- 1UBL10 LEDGER FHIJADMUJEtlA, SAtJKlDA'y,, NOVEMBER 0,'
1018 r- t i&V-'-V L . i r 'V ,' 'fU . A !fj- E', 543 U.S. HEROES ON PERSHING LIST 186 Killed in Action 150 Died or Wounds and MANY PENNS YLVAK LANS Wa.hlmtini, Nov !.- Ocneral l'r. shine's casualty rciiort for today com prises 84 J names. Including t'6 heroes killed In action anil IB" xvlio died of Wounds Tin- death toll wm Increaseo by 13D who succumbed 10 disease. On the roll of honor hip imuiy coiiinus Bloned ntllrcr riiinnylviinlM. Nc-xv 'let' sey. Maryland and Virginia ave lamely represented. Kunitnarlxtil. the loss to date arc Itepurte.l Nov. !. Totii 'i2l 1 Killed In action 1Rt Died of xxoiinds ; . ! Died of disease t Died of accident and oihir causes Mlislng In action Includ ing prisoners! . ....... 11.471 Wounded H SS.OJ.. Grand total IHTlCMt 5 IS 67.0T i.i-r Klllfil III lttotl StAJOHH -.!.. nil il lr u Wh i Thc"na M'ifoiil An ! mnii CAITAIXS - 1 1-v II.- T. Al'lmil TacoMH. I.atrol. Spa Win. . Jpn-muli B lurlh. lirKtminri. Tenn St' rh n .1 II lt.0. .' Iwnetad N T mrenc Jnhn soil. mm. m. l.'iuj" !I". UKfTHNXNTS -- l.i.uU HKMiiond Ahel. J,ebino!i. I'liiin . Tiwim It i(li HnntltlnK. N. V Daniel M. K'lliT. Hi !. I'm. Illrd lYnin Mouml llc'i-rhr.l In Allien t'AITAlN- I'latipi" 1'. IV.mnn. HI. l Mdi. I'M. HKl'TBNANTJ! Turn II -'1 lnnle. Reedi-vllle. It.l I'aul I "mw ('Inelnntti. t, i (lordon I! 11k I I'hlim... til Barium. U llarit"!!. I'liil.TM) . Mel i'rank Tntlmt MontKonier' v u.pu 'ii U itl A. Taylor. Wyoming. .' Ille.1 nf Klvriie Mf'.J il'."-... CA1TAIN . I.. AVnhile- lli.ieh'. Hr I'macntt. U . . Iluxh Halt. ton, I). I- I.IKITKNAN'S I' .,' . RUIti-, Kv. John W. " John Ilrltton .' t . i - 't' Drooknu ..to rerrl M'nl'liitell I.IKUTKXA.NT -I'm. I A I'., "mm. tll. tTli. Wonmleil ttlecref I fillf trrtnlneil) I.IEt'TK.NA.NT ll.it-h Mal.htl. flniok ttna. Maia, viichtlt MiiMtiil.il I.IEUTK.NVXTji '.. ui r linker. ;n. rtll, Ind.. linn lt..t. ,. Yrk N. . ruwu.i m Killed In rtlntl HKRUKt.NT.' -- imrM Km:'. York Bprliwa- Hnymntiii smith t."'itf IeyirKtotrn. Herbert I Hwear.r. .lnt.ni Jnnn I-. Al harkrr. Aarlnn ill i"lil' Kltnn Hieliardi nairmlltoii. nniuoi s (lrtfilth l'lttfhuruh, James P MeNatr, M!l'nl"ti7 rnlVATi:M liorir.' I-. Ai.pteum f1" bursh XaMer Jci-n I'n't. l-"rt- I'hnrten t Ilonawlts. I'liw an . uiiililll i'ount John V I'ouKhlli Ari hi'.i .1. Frank I'npelm Beai-er Ateailuw .l.'h i I'r.ilm l.Tl SnuH Hollywood avenu T'hllHil"lthla. tleorr Tholnaa Mnntiej ' n.il"ii. HI. Ilar.l V. Rlimey. Manor Frimk T lurr. tlltla-.-wai : Khvood li. Iliiehinat , Jsn Tnkr tre.t. Vhlladelrhla l.oui .1 I rnii.ti. t'lltplmrgh. James l'latlei. s. ruitii rr.'il. rlcl. 1". Flemmlnif, ltoprafmil Mcnrnt It llunvr. Dlllsbtiric. Samuel I.. llilifax. I.io l.enf ky. Sprlnc rrei'k iP-ralcl i. i.mhis 2 1 as pat llafiapl tr.l I'hllinl.'lnhl.i . John I', MeCnllum, llaloton i:naunrlh K Miller, naymllton Died from MnnmN Itrielleil In Aitlnn CORI'OKAl.S '. r T. Tn.vll Alln town l.eo .1. Tnirk"X S.mth Ilr:id.l4 k WAUONURi:uKCn K i.ul ll.ilil. burir. PIIIVATI5S - 1,'ro lire. nu. llenitinK Paul P. lf.maiK.kl. Kllzjlielh Ste, ltu flolph Snnkr I wlx Itun. Jnhn Art rilhaM, Onnallnila: i;.'orK A T'lynn Hr.i.ldntk ll.n lamln s litter I'ltlalmrRh Kuurn.- V. Kit. Her. NoveiO. Walter Knink l.nlrel. Pivton tvtiaaeil ttart- Lehman. rhamle'rul'tim. t.lovrt C. Ur -lurnral. Wlllo-s-lUrre: Michael illterkn, lLiniey Wllllnm A. NlilwK fu.r. ryUle, Henrlo Patnne. Tiini Washington vnne. rhll"d"lphta ltru..- i: S.iKHr. parneshori.. Wlttlpm f Tavtnr. lloalsliuri; Frank J. Yetcr. ! ! oaviir Died of ItUerte fonPOUAlr Samuel stinth s.r.int..n PH1VATRS t'harl. .1 I)- In I U'.. IWI treet, rhllaiMiihln Juml. V ll.Tiinti nil rityj John 1'. I.etl.i,. Ml.nt.mti. t'harlfa Ruar Farher Itutler I'ount.v lloicanl I'. tltir. oiv: lo-mnn r Slup Smith sta-, tlon, Klmer K Willlta. I.iml. n lVmindeil tDeirree t'nilpteriiitnrtl) "nrHir:ila Jom ch UTIta ll.VJ North Ptftv.apcorH a' re I I'lil'rtil. Inhln riUVATKS ltirr rmil.l IIKtll Itlnnnt eienue 1'hllailnlphl.i John ltarrtaim. Mo'it Tipton, Sllclitlv wounded PRIVATKS Mi. i.i. I .1 M.'Donounh. Pred.tnck. Hl.'hr'l Nu. Al'enlnwn. Arthur J Stein Seranton N'HV JUPil-.l Killed In A. thin PKIVATKS Pet.- .'hrlinrt, IVrth Am. ly. Prank X.koff MM'ullouyll. Itetlem.'ad Bomeraet Count nirtl 1-Yntn WiiiiinU Kerebe'd In Aett.et SIlntlKlNT llnra.- V Slnllh ICeailn" PRIVATP.S I.nUI M. laninlnn. Jeiro City, flaelam. X'lni i-ti' rrn. til'j tieti.t tr.ft Camii"n. llariei r Itloivii. Ifl.l HetT- Fian avenue. Tr. nt.m ..'sri.tor-h-r j. f'nhlll . loboken I'hllln Mnik llr,iteti i llleit nf 111-h.i. I'nill'AnAT.M - l.,int. lllfi, lin...n Vni I h I Iflerpfn William x'-ind-rpnol P.iteriion PIIIVATKH inarli-a il P-enxen. XleorKi' '.etnn Hi ti..i. North .mm . .t.iyliuti Kartln. ratprsoii tViiundeil. llreree I mlrlrrnilnril PBIVATK II nr. J Vusa IrxlPEion l:llKhlb XX.iiiiolril PlllVATi: il or . I : 'X. i Chromo, M1E. SAINTE CROIX onPATo Ann titm crEirtno a i Leading V in a ii Social Worker of I'ranct" Enter tained by Pliilatlelphiaii! Madame Axrll de Salnte-f roix. of Paris, president of 'he International Commission of Women tor tnlty of Mor els and Against toe White Slaxe Teafllc, and the leading xionian social worker of . France, spoke at a luncheon today at the KltZ'Uarltun Hotel to prominent Philadelphia women interested In social work. Mine, de Salnte-f roix Is touring large cities of the Knst as the otlielal repre sentative of tho French i!o eminent to study roclal conditions mid to tell of the needs of the people of Krance. She in especially Interested now tn recon struction xyork. Mine, de Salule-l'iolx was btought to Philadelphia for lhl kctute by the XT l A thrnnirh tlin t fT.irta of Mra. V. t stintesborv. Mrs William 1.. Mt. . xi (,.ri.llii. sfievcns,,., ami 6ther prominent women. She came here test night from -New York and xvlll go to Washington today. Mine de Salnte-frolx has founded ut verul Important organisations In France for the piotectlon of women, and because of her prominence xvas appoint. d to tho ltiter-p.-irllameutary commls 'on for the reforms of morals, by.M. Combes, French Minister of Interior. fcheJn the only woman exer appointed to urn an official commission. In 1900 she founded Oeuvro I.lberatlcc, a' society for the uplift and reclaiming of young ,n-lrls. She established an any. lUllll llU.I ... eW.. WM.B.W...., .... more buildings had to be provided. She haa had a great Influence In crganlilnc the femlnlno Influence In France and insisted In directing- the Xallonal Coun cil of Frenchwomen toward questions rrlutlpg to the social oruer. ' lit r during the xvar he has continued her I Oik. devoting her attention mostly to ''k, ' "'rJLi' workers. She in prenldenl of the I of money turned rver to me pennsyi lieit i'lT?.. . . ,.., ...a..... e is- uni.i ' rami Worklnr Home for Blind Men. "f'1l"l,rtWrnnX..iiiir nvenuo near Thlrtyslxth IU' "'eum."J"."r.r......nu ,Z :,n. . BHI1UI1 CUimUltlHsi VWM11.V14W t '- .HVtW.y ilrW.' teachers to IN BONUSES NEXT MONTHl I iniinre C.ommitlvc of Hoard o I'dmiilion lofi 550 V(7i to Mvvl Increased Cot of Living bonus of S.liin nun in be dixl.leil aiming tin1 six tlioiiaiid public sehoil lenchcrs of this rlty has been xntrd ti the Hoard 10 f Ifclucntlnu's lliium-f otn mlttee. It hits been announced to mem bets of thi' teachers' nesocl.ttloii. The Ikpiiii. xvhlch Mill nxi'iuge Sn for eiu'li lonehtr, l the second special Kraut to In imide to local teachers wince enuring living costs began straining their Iiici.uih The first bonus, made at the hi ginning "f the ear. xms hi the rate nf $'i .1 inoMth and cplus xith the current e.n A recent liiiiMii of hi'IioiiU In thi- cit showed thin tnm-tvvo high .climil In Ntrticmrs .mil 117 i lcm. nlur.x si hoot MAYOR AND KRUSEN GUARANTEE PAY ROLL 4.CC ,J9:'!()nicials(;ic Joint Noli- for SOO0O io Cover Item In OofwiHMl Hill flu'.uw n f ih- failui" of the Vim' fu'tliui tn Common I'mtnell to "put net oia" a t ra nfr hill providing pay for attendnnta in tfie tlureau nf rharltle nindu l.lied In between tnn other In nn iltUlred Ulinurranted by lnlepknd.ttt and Pennine tneniberii. M.iyor Smith mid nireetor Kruxen have Klven thcr Joint mile for lltiO tn .'oxer tile paMll. I'Vr many eara. tin cumoni of In- liitllnir one nli'iiiiitely neede.i item In a trunafer hill .-oittaliilns olio r Intetided to bemflt tnr. l Individual or depart nieiita hua been prni'tlcrt. Indepetuleiit member in I'nintnon Comii il, headed by I'hailia Vim T.iBen. of the Kurt -second Ward, and In Select I'ouncll. headed by Harry Trainer, the I'lnn.ac leader of the Third W'nil. Imn- yeretl nolle- th.it in the future tiny will optaiae eitrh mena ttref and If possible hrlnic nmtt llmlr defeat The panirulni- Hem utijected to. In the d.ifiated trunafer bill, that wan to have provded pay for the ilt' htinibHt end moat nei dy worker-. k"u $0000 to the icRlatratloii I'tiiuml'Wionera for extm clrrt, "h're Trainer conteiid.s clerks In thia department aie en niiinrroua that ynini da they have to I..- itent home to ketp out of each othei'a way. Von Tttsen claim.-- the iciird lire kept from the public. In the urlKlnal lull the Itun of pay for attendants at the Philadelphia Oen. ml Itoapltal nan fltl.tmn, l.ut it was finally determined that the nililmonth payroll could be imv h;. !iiiiu, uti.l thi amount nun ralNcil l- appiicatti.n tn a bunk Tnm Ik mil or the very few In-' itanciti when ,i maynr and a depaltment heHii have been eutleil ujajn to boeome B.i nrltj'for a pairnll rather than Jet It go b ip'fauit nntl cans- aufferitiK and trouble I., bumble work.ra Cnuncllnian Tniltrer, In explaining the hoIdliiE ui or the trutiHfir bill, InchHllnn tb pn.il, said thai the nppoltlon to the 'iu,c innjerlty was wmUitu; with a xiew io picxcntitlK abua. of the Iran r.r j.Htein in .in iffoit to proteit the ntoiny lif the i'lt. Tteamir. The il r.'.'it oT the lull tlilh weel. niaiks the npcllillK'. '' i wild, of w.Ulllie between faction in 'ntiicilM fnllowlncr tin elec llot. "f I he lb publican Slate ttck.it NEARBY MEN IN FOE'S PRISONS Txxcnty-oiir' Vriint Kpvi iiml lln ifitiitx Art' tiiiio Stati' Lot'iitoil llll.hlllKtnil. .Nl" !' - The Will' lle- p'lctniettt today .'innoiiiiced Ihe names of tile follow lug enisled men front l'enn sylxnnla anil ueaibv States in Herman pilson e.ltmi- At Hisiait Thomas Kiai.cl" Hliiinond, SSiiS North Sixth "tie-t. Philadelphia. Hugh Anlne Trunk. McKe.m. Pa.; I'harles I'. Mar c.ivnge. Si flair Pa ; l.tico A. Steli hlo , flusiee I'h . Stewart Mefalllster. N'exv vllle. I'a.; Kdwln names, 1234 West Txvenl-r,tt n,ct. Krle. I'a : Kranlt Kzoszorek. :ij!' I'jct Third street Krie Pa.: John lla.m.md Beecher. Newxllle I'a.. Sol I'Tankel. 1031 South Might h "licet. Philadelphia: Haitano IJnra.ii. -" Itnrlitand street. I'atvrsnn, N. J ; Isaac lb Id. !(! South Kronl ntre. t. I'hilad' I Dliin ; p'rederi. k Stay, llloomfleld. V .1 : Allehnel P cciano. Hunionl. X. ,1 . Vle tinder M Unytten Asbur.x l'urlt. N .1 . Henry It. i jrrcn. Hllssatnth, V. ,f : Jo I". Via fax a. T23 Willow axeiiue. Hobo ken X J.; Harvey Metz 40IS I'luiner stiiel. I'lirsbiirgh : Henry O. Ueese 1II1T I imxer street, Haltlmore; Krank Pletro. SOUt 11 Anil.O.X. X". .1 t ! itnli unknoxin Mail-in i lm 'un II'"! iii-i' K.tl:; Vernon alth al , amp un- Harrlsbtirg. :ei nrted In goi,. ,.l b Ib'llJ. flemson. 'nihiil-ltihia f.-o I'a . John i :i ' . nf,- '., .e . 7 Stnnton street. ;. ;, r,.i. i n Ho. I'fann. i. 1.1 Hop. FOREIGNERS NEGLECT EVENING SCHOOLS Siipl.Garher I'rges Kinploy ers to See Workers At- tend Clas.e. I'liliss emploert? shull iv-opeidte m Hiding foreigners "f ihin cit to obtain mi elementary tslucatim Ihe exening trhoola In the foreign neutlons will have to close Dr. John I' Uttrber, nuperluteudeiil of schools', said today that n large number of f relgners had failed to attend schools i maintained for their benefit on account of the lure of high xvagen In xvnr work plants Attendances at tlicsw schools bail hx'en slim for Mime llnre, be said, although eiery conceerion had been made to In duce those of the foreign population to attend. "The employers have a rcsponslbllitx." I "hl Hwlor limber, "as xvell as xvell as the ! whooln. . The foreigners should be re minded of the linpoitance and adxan- tage of an education and of learning the Ptveiulals of good A'merluan cHlzen slilp 1 xvould greatly itdmind io Ihe benelil cf emploeis of foreign labor If the workers had a belter understand ing of things American. We will not close these schools unless xxe are ab solutely nnpulleil to. "Jt appearr that the oppoitunltirs for making money at pt event engrosses ilielr attention mure than a desire to obtain knowledge. I trust that the employers xvlll see things frni the proper vlexv. point. If they xx 111 I elp them xve xvlll ,;, t k lht, hoo,,, 0)wn." The enrollment In evening classes hup been smaller than ever before despite Ihe fact that the city population ban greatly Increased, Aid for lllimletl Soldiers Little comforts for blinded American snlillery will be tirovlded out of u sum Htreet by Mrs l-ieii. trie b'ranx. 4134 r.uninuiir nvetiur Mrs. Franz raltediion bureau, of uhicli V tho mone by ejvcral imbllc uchre. get $300,000 tea. hets tunc nliiindnlieil teaching bo , i'iiiihp or the liiKhcr wages paid In other iM'i-iiintlon. although the change Io I nearly cvi r.x ease mm in.idn with Kit Ml I reluctance. The salaries nf the high school tench- er who turned t other occupation I allowed 1111 average llicieitse of S7iH n , enr The salaries id eleinetitiiry tench. 1 er. who entiled the Iiu-dmas Held showed Inci cii.es of US tier cent and upward. Te.n hern' iiKeoclnilotii tliintighntlt 'he State next ..ir will petition the I.egN 1 Inture to nslsi I11c.1l school hoariN In their itToitK in meet tin- i cnniniilc sliua- tlim xxhhli H" advanced cn-t "1 lllnc ii.f. produci il METHODIST MISSION TO SPEND MILLIONS Siificly to nisfiis-s KrntiiMriic- lion Work After Vnr it I Coiivt'iitioii Here Millions nl dollars will be epeiit by the Home Mission Society of tho rileilinuivi r.tiiscoiiai ' nun n uii i.i.iu- , r...V.7lJ 1 1.1. iri..e lle wne. Tim national cmnentlon of the society will I "-Bin In the Methodist IlllllillllK, fit Mevenleenth mid Arch slreelH. next Monday. .nntlinilnR Tuesday and AVed nesilax. Iinpnrtiiiit iiuwtluna will be dlmiiased rehitlxe to reconstruction nlid the extenalon of the home mission field. 'Pf-A Ah.i.nii,. i.t fl,u nlrf.1.1 Vl.t l.ltl ek ,l,n ll.vl- r.f the nei. venr mid In liotior or n a tiitnl of $Sn,(ino.Otli) Is to be rained, tine-half of this sum xv II I lie dexe'ed Io borne missionary ......... . work. brnndPtiliiK iIip field of labor mid tti.ttiilr,.tlt.c. .n.i. ..Iilentlnnnl imtpe- price. These and ni'et lniKirtniit projet'ta will be ronaidered al Hie conxoiiflon next we. k Many dcleRutes to' lilt" con vention already are In the city, and It In expected thai the meeilnR xvfll be one of thP mint reprcsi titatlve exer held by the ormililznlloii. lilshnp Iterrx will pienlde nl the meet Inra Tl....... nill he nl ImiisI txx-entV b.shnns finm i.thcr narts of the eotm- try, and thin number would haxc been Mill greater except for the iitfiilpn7.il epidemic Rilll raging In some parts of nrex-ented the ' !!' country, which ha in,' v. ' ime of Ihone xxho Had planned to he preprnt. . ,. I .. i ...-. iti.il Stnelal I'tllon i m ii..., ... 1 1... ilnWiit..n : ' Monda.x i veiling, at t the I'lty flub, nl ' ! which tome Mum -" RtieMe ore ex peeled Local church mill chUI'ch Ol- ..!-... . ......, r....Ur,... AM. tertalnments xvliieh will bring the social side of the convent :ni Into prominence. Koine nf i be ib legates who nre to . -.... .. ...... tti.t....- t..r ..... ..It , x. ii, iiVZi,, T ' frhojlil-'dp, he xinited recently i 'orto III,.,, e ; Ilev Wm II. Ip . mil . nt-nt ", ' iinni.ii,. ... .,...,. .. i in-,,.,, or' i , n,., .- i iniendeut of Hie eoutheiifl. urea In the' l'nitcd States: mid rtl.;iop Mefonwell. ' nf Denver, xvl... will teir of a fur months tour he made of the c:inii. In ( Krance. tither speakers of note will be . the Ilex. .Hdwnr.l I. .Montana ; the Hex Hulutli. Minn, and folimihii. I' Mills, nr 1"''lli'! M. P. Pnul I. minis, "' I ogt, of j uisuop neiry is iireniueiit oi llie iiome Minsionar.x Society, (ither nlllcer me I the ltv. David D Kors.xlhe. of Denver. I corresponding secretary ; Samuel Shnxv, I hr. .ii,,..! sJtinns I or this city, treasurer : the lte Melville II. Snj.ler. of Trenton, recording secie tnry: the Hex-. lMwartl I,. Mills, of Mon tana, superintendent of frontier work, und the Hex. ilcorge II. Dean, of Bos ton, superintendent of exangelisiic xxoik. PLAN TO AID GRIP WIDOWS Moik'v Will Wv HuimmI for DrMi- tuli W uincii and Orphans Tin Mum if f will lit raised Im- HH-dhtli'h lit ihm ui) Ip thp bent-fit if rl'Htitutf uomi'n .tut. lmh thildicn wlil owtil nml orph.iiH'il li.v thi ri'Cfnt hi flupna i pidcmU' A fntfronr to tli 'ui thi' nuncniiiit uhh held 'Hloit1;ty in thr ntni'i' nf Iir'i-tor Kmscn. "TIum iluldien urr llu 1aft Itne of nui h'IVri lut ! wildicTH uuumleil In Un liilluriMa war' paid Director Kru mn. W must llrst atluM' them off th battlptielrl, Unw their numhers nnd nllt tluMti to Hocioty, hliin- their o n lan-tllrS ero shot tu lvceH " Thos& attendinf? th rentfernne? who will mwt arfaln rif-Nt Tuesday in this ritUM' vvi't'e Mr John i". ilrmjjiji'. the lZiiiTBency .Mil I'ominilt'-. Alri lr-i(- rU S huff. prfKldont Nutlutiul I OimiVM .f MlittH T4. it h i: It .'urrt.r jinuti,'n director N.iti'iiiul l'tnur-rji of Mo'Ihtk. Mm Frmi't'H 1 Hud li. N.itionnl 'niijrreM oi Muiht-r (.ite-iiunt tu Mrd .'urrhr). yTf. Jonos WlrttT. National runurea of .Mnthrr". Mlui M.u,:ur i K IjWtIi. Natltuuil ('on f,-'K', f Mnihtrn (uHiNtant tn Mrn. Currirri lr llHrrht I. Hmttry. rhiff dHinlon ut t'hlld UyBien'. tvpartnent of ruLllc Health und t 'hiirUif. ','- l.pii34 J I Ittit.t'it 44t lal ir1fi dc it 'intent riiUml'-lphii. r.ciurHl Hospital. IMulu M Sohnl" rr 'hiMiti'H AM Hn l'.ihr I .Hi mi. t'strtolic t'luKIrr n'w Ilureiiu 1 If Louib IMirLVUt. au'nt for T'reent1nnt it Ini.nn. Dti-irimcnt Iulill IIhuIIIi and i 'li il'i.- i MANY ASK BOND CONVERSION Oinxils Flock Before I'ri to Heervt Bunk fie Expires 1'iwners of first and second l.theitv. Loan 4 pel eint bonds today crtuvded , the Kiderul Heserve Hank. l25 Chestnut street to convert their securities Into 4 '. 1 pet .em bonds of the Fourth Loan. This I is the last day for such conversions The following announcement has been ' made by Secretary of the Treasury Mi- , Adoo : As ereiuuiv iinnouiue.l, Ihe nrlxili'tfe uf cm.-rtf!ic 1 per cent Imnils of the linl l.lb .Itx Loup and I iter . enl lunula i.C lh- seiHinil 1.11m rt Ui.ui luti, 4' isr cent I laiiui" eiirea on .oieiiioer w. i;i. atl.i. eunnie. under exisittiji .,. i,e .xtended. lon.i in iuan in hrr'it tr.init tun IVJrwl in it nc iMiik vr tin i re ifur DffMi t merit for eonviTNtmi on Notemlr 1 ullj lm treuted ns pren.'uted un vnilier it and tvlil bn a -it'Plfd for ioinrion In eflMen hre hondi nre Hi-lutM with i lVdeiHl Ilenerve lMiik r the Treniur l'e imrtnient pending tin- determination of iuen. tlnriM at io trancfer or exihantre. or the . etue of duphi'rtte liolidx. hondho!ler Illi eHentHi- t'le i oIlverHlon irlVllKe 1 HHriK re oueKtH for eonveriiioii on nr for' XowMhr ith tli- K.dir.l U-civv I ..ink htildmi. tin hotnlx. ur the Treasury )imrtmf nt aw thj iiis miiv li- , Kiuh rMii"it for 'n-rslon, ! If Hi-urfllv in dlnct trHiiolt to the Kederttl ltierf liHTik or the TT-'HMirj Ueiiartrnent on Niernbir t. vill In treated tin filed op i thai ddite WHARTON DEAN TO AID U.S. ' MfClellan ill Help Fooil llu reau anil Defense Council Dean William McCIellan. nf the Whar. ton School, I'ulverslty of Pennsylvania, has been selected for two Important posts In the Stale food administration und Hi the Pennsylvania Council of Na. tionai Derense, I In the food ndm'ntstratloii he will be ( chief of the division of organized co-op. eratlon. Ills duties here xvlll be the utilization of schools, colleges, soc'etles anil oiner existing organizations as tmeiicles for educating the public to meet ' me serious prnoiemn oi loo.l connerva- I Hon Jind d'strlbuttoxi xvhlch xvlll arise in the reconstruction period. In ihe. Stale Council of National De-' fense. he will be director of the depart- ' inent of public education. Several Im portant bureaus ure Included In th'8 de partment, among mem me Ainerlcmilzu- u, Unett W, chkf. SOME INTERESTING NEW AUTUMN FICTION ft 110 KILLED STOCKRR1DCE? Tlir My.strry lixplainvtl in T lirill in K Talc by Henry Leverage l.ocr of the traxlc unil inyeteioiis will i cutl "WhlHperliiK Wire"." bv lleun l.cxrniKe. a thrilling detecllxe hioh The lender Is Intimlili ed to StockbrldKP descilhcd as one of the worlds mint, "tlcieesful lui,lncs men. In bis accti niulatloii nf wealth and power, bowewr, he has made for himself more enemies than friends, mid thereon lutnits 'be' tale, tie luw been the means of Ida. iik In Slnr SlriR Ills i.i'ie-tline p.nliur in bualtteaK. nlnl fiolli hint, li.iried fiom intercoliice Villi Hi., otltslde win Id. I epiiiiK.s' n plot fur bin nocUer destiui. lion. The liualness man iicehes a'n aiionNinoiis letter HtntlnK that "his hour has come and that he will illii that nlKht." He Is In the 'wildest Vfi'ltctiienl , an he calls for lirotectlon fiom th dc teillte blltcati. Ills life scents me levcabil tiiider the ille,llulillii; i.f the ditectlxe. and he stands befoie the i cutler Htipped of bis l.o.istinKS, no loitKir n man of itulck hraltix ulul Milewtlness. but a poor ten Itled cicature bereft of nil peace of inliiil, fearful of I What the future has In store for him ...,,., . ' ""S"-' 'f his deeds ill tile past Ills wire is dead He has hut one child, a dmiKliter. yoilnif. attnictlvu and etiKiiKed t. he itiairlcd. The life of tbla ytiunt; Klrl has also been threatened. A tlioloimh sCmch Is made of the xvbole residence, serx'auts nje iUetioneil and everything i clone) to" dlM-oxer 111 xliat wa the thieateneil murder Is to be committed. .N'othltiK la texee.led. and the detect ix r baxes the house after iloiilili.-lnckiiii; StocUbriilKe In his it.om, ''"'"'"'tted. .VothlllK which lie seals and had triple xxutched. , , .... ,, """l" '"" " loelibrldKe is done to ""' The cleailitk- up of ihia iiixstctiotls minder. In whhh a sagacious magpie lilnys ii most iiiipoitaut p.ut mid la the first tu gle the clue to the enp ttite of the mutderer, n long dlssertit lliiti describing the xxi.iiitcis of tho tele phone, or "whispering wltc," the wink ings if that great Institution, tint de- tectixe but, .an. nml ihe cirislng of one "" imei lllioioei nfier another. together with K'hnpJes of a oulot id. He but charm. lug romance thtouglinnt. keep the In terest of th leader keenly nllxe. WltlSI'EItl.Nil llli:.- ll. l.nr Levraa.-. "" Verb Morf.n Ynr.l i i'o. II .Mi A .ut Goiilil Tale i.tigi.sli tenners or popular notion haxe strong preditfi'timiM for tales of the ruceltack and tldectlve storbs That lircumsianei ifoiiam criiliu uiecnor- ....... ..n .... ... ..., . ,.l...'..ll III. .1... U,l.,ll.U Il" "11 IIUI.Ul.llll. ,..j'..l... .... ...e l-.....,-.- of Nnt tiould The.x are ptodlgal in ml venlilte anil exi lleinent, but they nri '. I cetlaln to .enter about crime liiyslerles mill lleettfooied Iioifvm: hi net theil wide Wl'' to the ,ypi.-nl liriton, Incliidltig , , ,, fl,I1)mH . ,.,, nl How Street and S. ..timid Var.l with peicimlal zest. "Knst as tho Wind." Xat Hould's air.. .tnHa I.hIi.kj tJ, V lliaii'lrll ll t'll'l ll 1-U ,w ,,- .,,,,, ,. . ,,calli of lifi, (i Urltwh un,,.,g. The slory is full , .,,.. ,r.,.u , ,,, ,llrf. ,,t Mi,o,ilm- circles," arid, in addition, Inxolxes the pernniial lilsliny of a man xvln fl.1)m intni.jor Prison, wheie escains he has his de- been unjustly confined through .,.,,,,,, ,,. i,i, i.i ,, i.,,,,,.,,, n nnv ..,., , i,.,if i.i,.t,, rcsmircefnl ,.,, , ,., ,; ,,1,1.1t..,i1i,. iSes. ' " ' ' ' ' " Is also lesourceful in solxlng mysterltn that defy the Intelligence of the Hiillsh police aim an I in xxumilis xiliiiic.miin for mi iniioceni man and in bilnglng a long-deferred romance Io ti happy con clusion. ' The story is rn.x of the ( oekney dia lect, and exerythlng N subordinated to 1 i he swift rush of Incident. It will glxe ! American readers much Information about British "spoiling" life and Its Im portance as an institution. I'XST AS Till! VxINl' It Nat IS. mid N'w 'Vnrl. Frederick A Cndc a i'nnii.iu. Fatalism as an Excuse T-overs of written d.xnaiiil.s nnd nil those dissatisfied xvith the present nr I r.ingeinent nf things social are certain ' iv find satisfaction for their tastes In n 1 ,1'iil, amazing defense of Hie social out I cast, the "bottom dog." as presented ! by Unbelt Blatchford, an Hnnllsli writer of no mean courage, who contends that men should not be classified as good and bad. but as fortunate or unfni lu nate . that tiny should be pitied, not blamed: helped Instead of punished. It is his belief that n ntan Is nnsxvcrnble ' for hi own nets a belief openly ex pnsset. iiotxvlthstanilliiK the contention ciitnln to arise that wiili a b. Her gen erally accepted would bring about the destiuitloii of all law and order. The author Is thoroughly conxersant xvlth the, most adxaticixl theories of science, ml Hi., hide of ills tllsiiiilfse on Ihe in- I lluentes of heredity and environment is noi easy Io escape. By Us xery nature In hook'nf tills sou Is cerium tn meet with violent dissension. MIT lll'll.TV II Iti.l'Prt HUtchford. New Vurk: llonl A I.lv.rlijht Alone in London In the Intlodu. tlon to "A Hill Alone" Its author. 'Howell Kxaiik. expresses bis desire Io lifixe tile working conditions which confront women in factories upon a better plain'. He believes that this xvlll be brought about arter the war and then proceeds tn unfold a tale which Is replete xvlth morbldnesH, crime and filth, xvhlch he brings to a happy con clusion In a rapid manin r A girl goes from Australia to I.ondui In the hope of securing a legacy, but none, exists and she In forced by circum stance! to seek work In many places, iieei'ii.e of her pride and virtue she Is . . , ,,, ..t.-nlnn- V,.,ritf' i pro.e.'Uied from the opening cn.iptei fhere me many exciting jncmenin throughout the plot. Including; murder.. Ihtfts. hangings and many sordid details . of the slums, while the phraseology of the London underworld Is used unite fieely. Knr lovers of crime stories, this one'ln an acceptable adiljtlon to the long list of books I A mm. Alj()Xi: iiy iiuweu nvana New York U. I, ruttnin h Son $1 ."0. The City of Trouble Petrograd Since the Revolution ' By MERIEL Daughter of the British Ambassador to Russia throughout the War. Hugh Walpole says: "She has given us a picture of human, private life under the pressure of vast historical events that Is precious und permanent in itB value." $1.35 Net CHARLES SOUBNElfe SONS WJF FIFTH AVE. ff '(Br IMA UK ( II "Thr Wind, nf (.hiitii'f' Atitlior of 77f lictairt! nf hjjiriency "I lenxe von Me i '.in .1 '.i kc'li things ntriiiKln Ime ' "' "-P-I I "rank tlaituti when be respuiidi d m the call to the colors and Hailed nxiny "oxer there," leaxlng his sen elm y to look after his business ItilercstH here, xvltb t ember. HUT, cntixtllutlgn n leioril up .llm Mtiyberix'. I'uinii of Iiih childhood, for xxliom Miss I'iajton baa u xvbole some abhorrence, as mmiagi r pro tern. "The Hill He l.i ft lleldnd Hhn" ls"n book of Incidents which moxo with n teallsm that Is gi'ltilng. lmxiiig a dis till, live iiu.illt.x ilirfereiithitliig II from tint oiillnary novel, v.tt It In as full of loinance as it is or big business ICthel I'l.iyl.m sunn leallzes thai prollts aie dwindling mid business de creasing titi.br Jim's regime, and sets nbotlt aseetlaliiing the trimble How she brings in Unlit the treachery, tilck eiy and fnitblens service of .llm. her d, nouiueiiH lit of his nt'ttoiiR to the board of dlrectiirs, tin iticldetilH le-idlng up to his illsmisi.il in t- assiiinlng control of the business entirely mid how by her el.ar-mlti.l.d energy nli.l untiring ef foit Fhe ste. rs Ihe ooriionilltm back to prospei lly and lliiati.lal rnfety, aie te e,iltulatcil si, as to hold the leader's uttentl.ni fiom Ihe llrst tu the last chap ter. And ihe hard work nnd xxorry ha not been In mi In, fbr Kthcl gets her re xxar.l whin Krank ltartnn retutiis. a wounded hero, and declares his Ipvo for this iMpnule person tuk mm. in: i.cit iir.nir iiim. '. llel. 11 II" Sulb (. .' i h. r I ...tile Jt a.V N". w V.,rk. ilroik' A Hejiorter Who Won an Heiress Albert Pax miii Teihune ha written In "Korltme" nti Interesting tory of Ihe hue of a newspaper reporter nnd n young hell ess. It appeals to n cas ual ic'der biH-attse "all the world loxe :i lover.' .mil Its Inspiration appears h haxe been mainly In the xvell-knnvvn statement that "the course of true love never l litis smooth" One cannot help In lug inletesl.il In the linpest, umbltion.'. druggie and vlctoiles of Hrant Krrol and I'lx'e liotirbiy. line can't belli Inx Ing them both. Xellher can one help loxing little Miss l.lppltt. Krrol's aunt, and there is exeti something to be. Mice. I III hard Peter (i.iurla.x, Ihe tempoiarll.x wicked brother of the heroine. .In llteraliiie the book has no place, as the author no doubt perfectly xxell knew as he xvas grinding it nut. Half n dozen ihapteis und li dnicii scattcie.l' passages show what the wilier Is capable of doing Thp lest of the pioilih'ttnti shows lie didn't consider It n. cessar.v to do II. Stupidity and dullness are not dlntln gulshllig characteristics of so-called so ciety people. Neither are newspapir men its a class lacking In icfliieincnt and good taste. The percentage of gen tlemen in the newspaper profession I about as hlgh'as that In the other pro fessions and In tepulahle business. l'OKTI'S'H ll Albert Pa i sun T-rhliti" 11 lustrutoil hv VV. X'lillton J'elle. Hard, n 'lly: Iiouhlrdaj. l'age i Cn. 1 In. Tim Island Mystery "The Island Mystery" delectable C lle! A biKik that has anything to ilu with an Island, anything to do with a mystery', how alluring It Is! When xve remark that it Is written by O. A. Ultm Ingham, the Initiated reader will know that the j -mi is well molded anil bpiceil with humor, exclleijient and lively cob i- " A. Birmingham," properly known In his home city of Dublin as Canon lluiinay. of St. Patrick's Cathedral, pro bably chose his lieu name in u splrn of mirth. BirniliiRhnm being a city its un like hi. lovable Dublin as one can imag ine. The contrast between the books of llaunay mid the books of ti. A.- Illriulng binn Is equally grent. "The. Spirit and origin of Christian Monnstlcisni." b which I he Canon Is known among stu dents of doctrine. Is u quaint coutiasl to "Spanish fold." "I.alagc's l.ov.ers" and the other light-hearted novels mid plavs xxllb which this genial cleric has kept Ills public entci tallied They are bully boys, these British pundits: they knovvi hiAv to relax; think of llelloc, iho his- turlan, and his rattling farcis mid ciiinlr: nursery rhyiius: think (of course) or I Lewis Carroll and of Professor I.eacoek, I the Irrepressible econiinlst of Montreal' All that one nee.fs tn say, then. lilioul j "Tho Island Mystery" Is that II I a I lively yarn inthe Birmingham manner An American millionaire's daughter, a xery nice gill, too, wants to be a (ueen. Her father buys n Medlterra' '.in island for her to iiuecn over. And then It t in ns out that the Island has been ap pointed by Berlin as a base for lierinnti I submarines. H Is all very clucry. told In a spirited aifof truth. It ktpt the reviewer happy! even during a bout of Influenza. What! higher praise'.' Till': ISLAND MYKTBUV Hi. H tnlPBhani New York: (ieorse I I'onipany $1 r.n A IIP I Duran The best life of Edgar Allan I'oe, by George K. Woodberry. U volumes. Published at $5.00, out- price ?3.00. Campion & Company 131R Walnut St. BUCHANAN 48sST.JIiWY0KK . Tale of tragedy, love and humor I Hex Reach's IXew iSovel of Alaska Introduces Some. Fain iliar Ch aract vis "The Winds of I'hanee." by Hex. HchcIi.Im like and yet unlike eoinc pievl "iis material fiom Hie pen of this fn tnoiis mithor. l'oleon Doret bobs up iigalit In thin new book at JnVt the op-1 portune moment nnd his keen, forceful. humorous mind ami .main! rendirlng of , ihe Kngllsh language entlear hhn nurw i ' the heaim f all loxem of lli'llon that I ,s wholesome. , j The theme of "The Winds of fhnneo' , Is the Vukcn. and H.iwwin and the gout i mines are the diaxvlng magnt. I lie auihor shown his great knoxvlcdge of he subject in deiiletlng i lenrly and xlx-, Idlj the ruthless hustle and greed of the j Heekern after gold: men blown by the Soon people who xvere In a serious alate xviiiiIh of chance, the knacks and Iclr-ln j "r H"i,hm beeatni; entirely cured nnd lm and inannerlfliiiH of ganibrtng. anil the i '""rtul. Old people who xvere supposed unscrupulous thlexery and utter out- tu i b on their drut Idled took on tint new lawry one with nunthrr : the gteat perils liriv , ( nnd hardships of the Journey, nnd the Litfortiinolcjy. hnxvexer, the germs crudencss and .inueliness of n clly Just were nf a bluish tint, which c.-.,is,i it.,, coming to life and habitation by iueer incii of atlxetiluic nie told In the interest- , become blue mid the linger nails In be ing, InfoimallM' and thoroughly icadable conic blue, nnd they were far from style peculiar to Hex Itcach. A book of ( handsome m.e they routtacted Ihe "blue tragedy, love and humor. I disease." Science was HtuiA'fled At the beglnnltig of the story Pierre T,. ,,,,,., ,,,,, no, .,,,, BRHnM fpar Phillips llnds himself at fhllkoot I ass .,,, ,,,,.,, ,.,,,,, ,, ,,,S((1 , . ,,.,,,,,.' wheio he is confronted bx a ' l'"r "" ' And inurder heciiine ti touiiiioi, thlt.g. All '"'""t ' ouncement that Inrthi'i l' llnougli the book ure tnles of the hor- ,es Is debaireil until the t.ax'eler sh xa pecullatlllcs u d good tt.ni 1... ......hfu '.. ton of tiroxlFlonS , ,.., ,. ' """""' umi hlKiu nml n tboiinnnd dollars." 9 I'lill'll" this Is n ,1'ttipendoiin blow, tor ne uas but JSfiil. nisconsolatcly he walks the stteets and Is beguiled by n curb gamb ler shouting the attractions of the sliei gnine Soon he has slaked hi all. '"'i' of course, hist With grim iletermlna-, Hon he sits I xvoik to retrlexe bis loss .it,. I ,,ll. et Ills tIDltnit. IP' IS ro, ,l,e'. again llnd n early' hanged as ,, thief by i.i.tilr.n lie Is ronpeii a nelf-i' instituted conn oi jusin-i-. "",", the tables are turned by tne iimeij - ad vent of l'oleon Doret, who pioiiuces exi den.e exonerating Phillips and fahteiilnir the guilt on the accusers. The delalH of how these crude men mete out pun ishment to lit the crime would be almost too graphically and leallstlcall.x told were It not for the. Introduction or the "fouiiless," ii woman full of "rv'' ,,ii, I i.neiL'v. and of loo engaging " ! sonalltx for Phillips' peace of mind .lrrrv nnd Tom's filendshlp. old i,.,,t., I,, iiu.tr different es a" In of tneiw their regard for each other, and Hi xlx id con trast to their modest icllatice. one on tile other. "the lletve and ruthless ..induct ol Klrbv. th man with the lmn blind, to gether will, the addition of four women ,,r lota'lv' different per.nii'lliHe. tlaedlv bold the ntlentloii of Hie reader to the t.,ut ,li:,,,ler w lien clean un me mys- terles and ends happily pnn.l itorl.'S do end. rni: winwoI' t'li.xN.'i: Ni w Yurk Hurt" . Hun is all really l Itx llrarh . 1 .Ml EDNA FERRER xx riles about people In such n vviiv that the reader ns like us not W',11 say, " hv. 1 know Hint girl. I saxv her In the waist depiiri inutit the other day' Her book Is about people "" 1-noxv or xxib vnu knexv, nr xvlsli volt didn't Cheerful By Request Net. SI. 10 Doublcday, Page & Company A LITERARY MYSTERY "THE LOVE OF AN UNKNOWN SOLDIER" is the title that has hi en given to a MS. FOUND IN A DUG-OUT C, It is the story of a great love, penned at odd moments by an officer in the trendies to an American girl whose identity is unknown. Whether he is alive il is impossible to say, but these outpourings may by chance find their way to the woman for whom they were meant. Q Deeply touching, more vital and alive than any novel, this book will strike home to the heart of every woman who has ever loved. Cloth, $1.25 net. A Genuine Western Novel Thrillinu and True OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED Uu scr. 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