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EVBlS'INa PUBL10 XK'DGlili-PHlLUPHlA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1915
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PERSHING ADDS .
TO HONOR ROLL
Casualty Report Contains
736 Names Seventy
Killed in Action
88 DIE OF WOUNDS
ifl Ciinjimnli 4 TIicaich n twl
f Twelve to Accident and
- Other Causes
Wnililngton, Nov. 22.
; Onornl PershlnK's list ot army cas-
' ualtles today contains 7.10 names. It
Includes seventy men killed In action,
eighty-eight dead of wounds, 105 of dis
ease nnd twelve of accidental and other
Summarized, the losses to date are:
I. i Ilrnorted
ir Xov. 22 Totals
fwU Killed In action 70 15,016
Jiiea nr wounds ss ...i
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IV.. Inp prisoners S2 8,030
If" Wounded.. 373 42,282
If . Grand total 730 82,530
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lilllrd In Action
MCUTE.VAXT Wilbur A. Mathews.
Illfil lrnm Wounds
l.ini'TRN'AVTS Krnost I. Pedlok?.
tVanhlneton. n. C : Joi-1 K. MrDivId, 11111s
boro. 111 . Wllllnm II Mraj-, Heallle Wash.
Illfil I'rom Airplane Accident
. T.IKl'TBN'ANT J. 11. Schley. l'redTlol:.
J Wonnilfil hferelr
MAtnit s-i'nuel (i. Clark. I.anrenr.Kan.
I'APTAI.V Will S. Horn, Tort Worlh.TVx.
I.IBUTKNANTS Join K "-Armstrong.
!arntoBa Sprlncs. N. Y.. Wb1Ip -'. Uv.
Snrlnen.ld, Mw : LSorBO n. Rhode", 1.1-
'dorado Springs Mo.
Died of Dlseaso
Mj.JOIt John r. Trumbull. New llac,
MIJUTrJNANTS Charles n Parkinson.
Lincoln Neb ; Ilajmond V. Pchler. lloulder,
' Wonmlrd (neitree Undetermined)
MRfTIJN'ANTS Lester ". Miner. Shel
bvllle 111 : Teter J Campbell. Brooklyn.
3J..Y . Charles A. Mohonoy. Lawrence. Mass.
Mllnc In Ar(l6n
l.ll't THN'ANTS W. Clarkflon Potter, no
emersency addr-js ulen. lliswcll II. Iuller,
I.IWTrVANTS 13. Adams. .WS Spruce
street Philadelphia Pa.; II M. Crawford.
niK Van Huron street. Wllnilniston, Del..
Horaco thldler Mi n-ilh l'nlls Ore
Hilled In Action
Sr.nnt'WT liolvrt If. .lones Sunnslil
COItPOlaM.S ''nlln 1" llirtrcl, Perka
.e; rMwnrfl rrnwla Mcllnlnr Kane
PP.IVATP.S Thomas J'.. Iijrkhardt.Johns.
town. I'lowl C I.imuliu. Apnllo: John Leahy.
PlttsburBh, Karl C Leon ird. Troj ; Corse
' n. Crlat. lUmptun: P.yiiett L. none. Mont
, Died rrom Wounds
rnlVATKH Italjih n Powers. Sharon:
'Samuel Li shon, rtobertsdale. Toinytll
llruno. llrnesti Hdward Allison Stoker.
Died Vrom Accident anil Other Cniises
CORPORAI James A. IUlbert. WIlKcs
tliarre. l)le,l of Disease
CORPORA I, Alphonsus rerrv, 1021 North
" lilchteenth street. Philadelphia
. MUSICIAN Albert J. West. Plttston.
e PRIVATHS Paolo Pnuceglla. Washing
ton: Charles O. Oarber. llliainsburic:
'lister W. Johnston. Sprluit Run; Christ J.
Luhmnn. Wealhcrhy, Hdward Hales. Pitts
liureli. Clarence 1, Laudenslnser. Allen
town. James It I.owrv Weldoti' Simon II.
If, Lucas, uunnune, iiarey l, .wint. r.x
3 '.,1l,a. Allan hhnfsr .st rniinshnrc I.dward
JA Smith, 30J West York Btreet Philadelphia
$ llUOLKR Hov Kplev Jeanetle
PRIVATES John A. ItlLhards Illalrs
.Vlllfl, Oeorpe Rosser. Old Porce: John
iT-alno, 743 Cloum street. Philadelphia: Her-
brt roltrt, 1002 South Eighth HrVet. Phlla
delphls. Mouinled (Detree t'ndelermlned)
SKIIOKANTS Robert It. Taber. Blooms
bur: Daniel j, Conn, Oakvlewt James A.
Dawaon, 5025 Plorcnca aenue. Philadelphia:
Thomas ,1. Greenwood, nosehlll and Louden
streets, Olney, Philadelphia.
CORPORALS William D. nrown. Wells
horo: Jonlthan Melville UmholtJ, 0830 D
Lancey street, Philadelphia,
.rIiIv.T,E8I,Rrr' K, Andrews. Home
stead: Wilson Kline, FieetwooOi Joseph W
Mlnteer PoMersvllle. Arthur C Rankin,
Rouselllei Charles J. Relfsnyder. Itead
ln: alentlna Amend. Upper Lehtah! Pow
ell O llrown, Meadville: Harry r. Rnder.
Plttaton: Walter L, Reynolds. Donora: Jo
seph w. Zimmerman, Shenandoah: Vincent
Bononlch. Lilly, John Drumstas, Shlck
shlnnyj Ldward J Munn. 2042 McCIellan
street, Philadelphia: Nlrholas Scoria, 12ni
South Eleventh street, Philadelphia; Harry
a. Smith, 1040 South Twentv-tlrst street.
Philadelphia; Arthur Llojd Waitner, Mead
ville; Charles Wllllnm Griffiths Carbon
dalei Richard Clrock. Krlton, Prederlek W,
Schllcher, Montaomerv Count : Wllllatn
Slover. Matamoras: William C. Walley,
CORPORAIS John A. CJault. Courtney,
Uav D. Tompkins. Dubolstown.
PRIVATDS James Dennett, 3430 South
Second street, Philadelphia! Charles D.
Crossln, 2414 Pin- street, Philadelphia.
Donald Hancock. Volant; Roy Cleveland
Lehman. Newvllle; Meyer Monskv Scrnn
toni Wllllnm Weslev Wnmbold. ITiH Ortho
dox street, Philadelphia: Harry Joseph
Thomas, Harrison City: Joseph Krancls
Varirason, Athens; John W. Smallwood.
Hunteratown: Clyde Rodnev Smith. Cham-bersbura-;
lldwnrd J. Smith S2:."i Shars
woml street. Philadelphia. Christ U. Sterltt.
Mlsslne In Action
Sr.ROt:NT John C. RWter. Catasanua.
CORPORAL Samuel Rlneer. Quarryvllle
PMVATHH Philip Msnsllel.l. stun Me
Kean street, Philadelphia: Lawrence r.
Unas. 442 Hutchinson street. Philadelphia;
Joseph M. Shepherd. New Castle; Ahlo If.
snnonANT Clrover C. Telgar. Scotldale.
PR1VXTKS John J lllsslns, 1125 South
Sixteenth street. Philadelphia: John Price,
nerett. Karl L. SVnnnuth. Pottsylll".
Killed In Action
CORPORAL Onrret V. l.eeker, J, r-j
PRIVATK Oeorcn Kjre, Newark.
Died lrom Wounds
CORPORA!- AUBTUSt C. Mnul. Jersey Clt
MKCHANIC AlfredtO. Masscy. Trenton.
PRIVATK Tony Carnevale. Rarltan.
Died of Disease
PRIVATES Illll Donepart, St. Matthews.
Alfonso Paella, Ramsey.
PRIVATES Franklin C Huber. Kbb
Harbor; William Mlntz. Paterson: Peter
Wounded (DeaTeo t'ndetermlned)
PRIVATL'S William Llosd Weaver. Wee
hawken. Clarence Miller. Jersey City; Wil
liam John Neasle. West OranBe: Prederlek
Antonla OarrlBana, Jersey city.
PRIVATES' William A. DuBan, Kejport:
Rocco Zensa, Jersey city; Rajmond Van
Norman, Newark; John II. Rrewer. JIulltca
Hill; Charles Saremba, 35 Mulberry street,
.MUslns In Action
rP.lVTE Terry Mrchettl, Inlnston
Kllleil In Action
PRIVATE Harej R. Cleaes, Christiana.
Died of Disease
PRI ATE Jacob 1IV Cranfleld, Milton.
Died of Disease
PRIVATE Joseph Vocseleln, Hamilton.
PRIVATE Da id Rlccwlck, Saase.
Mlsslnn In Action
PRIVATE Delphas K. Callls, Lake Park.
Killed In Action
CORPORAL Jacob Samuel Carter, Oth
ma. Dleil lom Wounds
1'RIVATES CleorBO A. Iflondy. Richmond;
Roy Norcult, Whittles Depot.
TO TRAIN WOMEN AT STATE
Prc-Nursing Course Will Be Opened on
, January 1
Stale Collese. la., Nov. 22. A pre
nurs'np; courso for women will bo opened
at the 1'mnsylvanla State ColleKc on
January 1. . Intensive study will be con
ducted for twelve weeks In tho scientific
subjects that ara a part of the regular
Despite tho cessation of hostilities
there Is a Browing need for trained
nurses In the army hotpltals, according
to II. 51. Ireland, surgeon generul of the
The courso will Include tne study of
hygiene, phfl'ologj, 'anatomy, chemis
try, bacteriology. Invalid cookery, ele
mentary nursing, arid lectures by the
U.S. "BONE DRY"
AFTER JULY, 1919
President Signs Food-Stimulation
NEAR VETO BY DEFAULT
Approval Came Just a Few
Minutes Before Congress
Adjourned Sine Die
Wa-shliiKton, Nov. 22. Tho food
stimulation bill with tho Jones nation
wide "bone-dry" rider, which maltes
tho entire nation arid from Juno 30
next until demobilization has been ac
complished, was signed by the I'resl
.dent Just In time to prevent a veto by
It was but a few minutes before
Congress adjournedj when the Presi
dent attached his signature to the bill
making it law. Had he wanted a mat
ter of five minutes tho measuro would
have failed, as it could not bo signed
after the adjournment sine die.
In many quarters the President's
action occasioned .surprise. Support
ers of the measuro wero fearful and
its exponents hopeful of a presidential
veto, as the bill in all its features is a !
wartimo emergency measure and by
many was regaDded as no longer neces
tary. The distillation of whisky has been
stopped for moio than a year, and
tho brewing of beer Is to Htop In a
comparatively few days under execu
tive action for the period of the war.
The Jones ilder goes beyond this, how
ever. It will be effective even after
the proclamation' of peace if the army
is not demobilized.
I'AHADE FOR BALTIMORE
Senile Men to Marcli at Southern Com
mercial Congress Meeting
P.altlinore. Mil., Nov. 22. (By A. P.)
A large army and military pageant
has beeh arranged to be held here on
Thursday, Decemher 12, In connection
with the' Southern Commercial Congress.
The lllevelth Division National Army,
at Camp Meade, will furnish the mili
Secretary Daniels has promised Mayor
Preston the full co-operation of the
Nnvy Department In making the event
a big Bucccf-""" He will send about 10,000
Jackles to participate In the parade.
Tho Secretary also accepted the Infla
tion of Major Preston to come to Balti
more on that day.
Vlco President Marshall has accepted
the Invitation to make the opening ad
dress at the conentioti on Monday, De
cember 0. He will speak on the or
ganization of a league to enfoicc jieace
U. S. LUMBERMEN MEET
Rebuililing Problems in War Area i,"ill
ChlooBo, Nov. 22. (By A. P ) Pioh
lems connected with supplying inutcilnls
with which to rebuild tho devastated
parts of h'rance and Belgium are to be
taken up at a convention of lumbermen
from nil parts of the United States
which opened here today.
The convention was called by tho
National Lumber Manufacturers' Asso
ciation, because of the hlgnlng of tho
armistice and the stopping of work on
cantonments and other War Department
construction which took the entire out
put of the mills. Lumber which would
hnve gone Into war work In this country
now may be used for reconstruction pur
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