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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGEIt I'HILADEbPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECE4IBEE i, 1918
7fi Vi'A"' W'r"'J'
HAS 388 DEATHS
f "Killed in Action" Missing
r" From Gen. Pershing's
Report for the Day
no Died of wounds
Others Succumbed to
Wounds and 267 Arc
Listed as Missing
Masliincton. Dec 4 Whllo General
Pershlng'ti casualty list for tha day Is
without any record of "killed in action,"
the death roll of the American army la
swelled by 373. Of the lctlms, 110
yjySUeoumbed , wound") nnd 278 to dls
SFease. In addition, 267 aro repotted
'""missing, these Including prlsonert.
Summarized, tlie losses to uaie re
ported are :
Kllld In action
Pled of wounds
! t-H Tll.rt nf fllR.aie.
faCf tiled of accident! and other
Mlisine In action (including-
Wounded ,, Ill
r orncr.ns' list
; Died or Moond,
LIEUTENANTS Charles D. P.ham New
J Torks llenry Want Jtamrlclt. Greenville
-, Mies.: John P. Hanford. Cedar Rapids, la. i
'i Harold A Henley, Norton Mass . Marry A.
L Ktsvens. Brooklyn, N. Y.: Murra C 'Wheat,
a Astoria, Ore j Clinton Louden Whiting-,
i. Uroolcljn, N. v.
r Died of Disease
r- CIAPTAIVH Arlath.rt T Mill Vtv.lt mil
. Mlth.i vHlll-im M Winkler. Saginaw, Mich.
Herbert B nankin. Perth Amboy. !. J.
v lilKUTENA.NTS Krniik J Alln Lulllni.
.-.Te.7,1 Franklin i, Wrov n, Plttsflelil. Mala:
tPr(Mrr Ogleabv. Valdosta, Oa.- Edward I,.
6 P";teeot, Sldon, Miss l'loid I.. Perry,
j- Allaml. Fla , Ijeorre K Wilcox. Jtlnonk. Ill ;
Holcombe n Allen. San Antonio. Tex.: I.avv-
fr rence W. Hutchinson, Trenton ' J , Charles
t, II. Kefgan. New York; Thoma.1 J. Palmer,
P UcAlester. Okla.
j Wounded (Derree Undetermined)
B UBUTENANTS Frank Kebelman, Hnus-
J1 ton Tex.; Ueora-o w. Krlck, Ileadln-. Pa.:
j- Simon U Swingle, Bcranton, Pa.
i Missing- In Action
I LIEUTENANTS William If. I'omrlo.
J Jarro. N. Dak.: Jullua K. Oregory. Morgan
Park. III.: Howard I. Klnne Stearns, Ky.:
fiwrieU. Sutherland. Kenosha, VVIe., Uran-
Mlla Uoodard. River.ide, Cal.
Died of Wounds
SKP.OEANT Gerald Oeorce Clrlfllii v est.
PRIVATES Vltore Carplnella, Charlerol,
William Douhrtj, 2077 Aramlnso avenue.
Philadelphia, Ms run ti Fox, North Center,
Wllllan B Hays. Imperial: Qalll Merlle,
Carnegie: Edwin O. Powell Hrranton, Hnrry
i?sIh Skeath. Readlnc William Thompson
J8B4 Koystono ntriet, Pnllarti lphla Jnmm
Whlto, 3327 Emerald street. Philadelphia.
Died of Dlhetnae
SERGEANT Claudo l. Confer. (,alton
CORPORAIy William J Jos. Hu-elhurst.
COOK George F. Baylor, Kllgo
PIUVATEH Howard E IiilaelBl. York
road and Olney avenue, Philadelphia l'loyd
Allen, horanton: Elmer Ilryan, Mlllvale:
Thomas W.HprbTt. Parlcesburgj William D.
Marietta Mill Run: Raymond Holt-. o3tti
North Second street Philadelphia tluy I.e
Roy Kerns. Waahlncton: Charlie E. Robin
aonj, Kingston- Tony Tlrico 74U Houth Ran
F dolph street, Philadelphia: Joseph J, Watson,
1 1808 Kater street Philadelphia
I Voonded (Degree Undetermined)
, SERGEANT Tfomsi A, ntigerald. HIS
IK PRIVATES Lnula Vlnolch Corent Cll.
irank Rrauer li,04 North Tenth trct.
Philadelphia: Joseph P. I!rn. iln We:t
i.emgn avenue. l'hlladclphi i Jacob T
Chubb, Sllllershurir. Georiro I.kidlo Cralir 703
Porter Htreet PhllHrtelnhta . lmm Y ni,.
V rin- ,S4 Mifflin street, Philadelphia Charley
!!. V. Fntzlnser, Allentown: Thomas 1. ritz-
y frerald. 713", Grniantnwn flVprm. Thlln,et.
i'r C?'! Antnnny Jakopln, Summerhlll- I'rancla
..mrKoi. ran, xnomaa A. Hmltn. Allentown,
George W. Htltt. Phllipsburu- Clarence B
ink 3220 Oal.wjod street. Plil'adelphla
MlMlnx In Action
CCftPORALi William J. Mvers Pltts-
mines Alevamier Harris, Lucerne-
PRIVATES n Hudson ilrewer Delmont,
Cherles Hllriebrand Option. Peter nvmes,
2p01 Dickinson atnet. Phllidelphla: Wayno
M. McCorkle. Modena, Abraham Rosenblatt.
Pittsburgh, David M Simpson. Pittsburgh,
Charles M Stnpp Plttsliumh, Georire 11
Btrohn 4240 North Darlen street Phllidel
rtaia: Mayberry A Troxall. vtolinton. John
'f. Corrlgan McKeeiport. William Kerry.
Allentown: John I. Pinnerty. S-ron NVdro
pore!. Nooneen, I-oula Jaiob ftahn 5011
Maltose rtret Philadelphia, w.piam I,
Harrington Ilrle Tick Harwln Cheensburir,
John JlcHrlde, 2(11.1 vtinton e v Philadel
phia: Thomas Keelev, a,3 IJjnor atreet.
Philadelphia. Stanley Kowalskl Ambrldgc,
Andy MachulliH. Everson- Roger Porter.
Rrouxhton; (JIUK-pnf r. Ruffn. 84H l.'irp
atreet. Philadelphia- Stephen VlcensU,
Haxleton- Lelnnrt Werley, Maruncle,
Illchsrd WlliiMns Coaldaln Hronlsiavv ls
Kiel, Nantlcoka: Giovanni Santostefano Uu
(tuesne: Archlo Suttle, Option. Itarry Yar
raslowakj. 028 North Lawrence street. Phil,
Died of Woundv
CORPORALS rfrnest T Richardson.
I, PllIVATKSj Genrre W. Oallle T'pper
'," fftnitr .!ph X r?l rh Ta,i flolrl VV'ln,,1.
Jvnox VVengel, Jerscv cits.
Died of Dleaie
SPROKANT John l. hiulj.
Well Begun Is
A very wise old saw that can profitably
be applied to your Christmas shopping.
Start your shopping today start it early
this morning, and you will find that it be
comes a pleasure instead of a task.
If You Shop Early
in the Day
And Early in the Month
you will choose from fresh, orderly stocks
that making choosing easy.
You will be waited on by cheerful, un
hurried salespeople who can serve you satis
factorily Your 'purchases will be delivered
on time and in good condition.
We, the merchants who are taking this method
of asking your co-operation, have many unprece
dented conditions to contend with, and you will
make it easier for yourself as well as for us if you
will help to distribute tho holiday shopping evenly
from now until Christmas. v
CORPORAL& Charlei n. Flaher. BeM
derei Walter T. Mghteneal. aldlckt
Walter Felner. Jrvlngton. , .
WAGONER. Edward P. Parkyn. Pala
sade Park. .. . ..
PRIVATES Harrj- I Connelly. Ilaionne:
Albert M Hllla. Jersey City: Frederick : U
Hlmpson. AululKni George W. Carr gan.
Patereon: Edward O I-tuer .Newark: Jo.
seph r Paultn. Olaaiboro: Walter li. Spahn
Wonndrd (Heire Und'termlned)
pnuMTi.' i-....-, xv itntuici Klmeri
Ronlamtn Cohen, Newark: John T. Deter,
Rnsells; Morris Keldman, .Newark! Robert M
Small, Pateraon: Edward Wlttlofsks. Now
.insaing in Anion
BEROEANT I.lojd Morgan. :ttV City.
conPoitAi Orien Waldron Smith. Bur-
PRIVATES Stephen RalewiCT. Jersey
City: IMwanl I.. Mann. Vlneland: Joseph
Mauoclto. Madison: Leonardo IfeHnza,
Trenton- Vinconro Oarpntlno, Melcong: Au
gustine itouKiero, aiming.
MA R1I AND
Died of Wounds
COnPORAL Byron B. Alters. Highland'
"PRIVATE George Plummer, Jr., Beth'
Died of Dlteaae
-ijh-a tpb HaK. n ttolMnMer. SmlthS'
burg. Joseph Relnhardt. Saago, Dannie Rob- ,
Woonded (Dexree Cndetermlned)
PRfV ATE Thomas E". Harris, Spencer-
Missing In Action
PRIVATES Furman C Faunce. Ealtl
more, George IJ. Granger, Baltimore.
Died of Wounds
PRIVATES John R Uowllnr, Alhanibra:
Clodlus Bundy, Lagrange: Floid A. IIobac!.
Died or Disease
PRIVATES Ernost Gilbert r fcsburj-
Donk Vandyke Cedar Bluff: P.s
Carconxllle; Htyart l. lion. Oalax:
Webster Williams, iiernaon.
Wounded (Dncree Cndetermlned)
PRIVATEH nobert Lee Jones, Austln
Ulle: Charlos M. Powell. Natural Bridge.
Missing In Action
PRIVATES Charles V. Burkholder. Ar
eadta. Lester W. Brown. Blue Rldgo
Springs. Edgar McP. Jones. Ivjnhoe
Carson: Robert t.
7,000,000 LIVES IS
WAR'S RED TOLL
Wounded Roughly Estimated
at 20,000,000 America Sac
rificed 58,475 of Her Sons
By a Staff Correspondent
Washington, D. C, Dec 4.
When 'William Hohenzollern and tho
chlefe of tho Oerman military machine
plotted through Austria to brine about
the European n.ir and rcallso their
lslon of world domination they slimed
the death warrant of approximately
7,000 000 men and caused thi wound
ing: of about -o.uuu.uuu more, menu ic
tho totals urrted at by adding the
authentic reports of casualties of some
of the nations to careful estimates made
jf the lossei sustained by others
Of this Btaseerlnir total of war casual
ties Germany and her alllf suffered a
little Ipii than an even dlIalon, or
ah,out 45 iif-r cent, according to tlia most
accurate tlirures obtainable.
I.osseK In Humanltj's Cause
Tho losses of the nations which op
posed the German stro);e for world
United StateB . . 3N.473 ?,22'?55
Great Britain . . . t. 000.000 2.03S.1S2
Italy .. ... . . . 500 000 1,. TOO 000
Franco 1,200 000 3,000.000
Russia 000 OOil 1.01)0 000
Brltis'i navy 48.000 jj
Totals 3 40 475 8 i.'J.077
.. . . .- . ... .t... Hi. n,UKflllaD I
11 IS Baio l fcaj iiivw fcc ..o........ .
bustalncd by the Belgians, Rumanians,
Greeks, Portuguese, Japanese ana
Chinebe who jartlclpated In the war on '
tho Ride of tho Allies will run this stu
pendous total of dead and wounded up j
to 3,700,000 and 0,000,000 respectively.
Central Powers' Hnre Total '
Tl e, casualties of tho Central Powers I
S 801,000 I
a, sou ooo i
1 000 000
Totals H.200 OOO 8.201.000
Estimated by War Department officials,
in absence of official reports
In addition to the tremendous loescs
BUffered'on both sides on the battlefields, I
thousands of lives were lost among the
Innocent and defenseless civilian popu
lation by the murderous bombing of
London and Paris and other cities, nnd
sinking of ships by the war-mad Huns.
Lebanon Surgeon Dies
Lebanon, Dec. 4 Dr. Andrew B
Glonlngcr, suigeon and physician, died
suddenly yesterday from heart disease
In his office. He was tifty-seven yeaM
old and had been In active practice since)
his graduation from the University of
PennslvanU medical school In 1883.
For ears ho wns chief surgeon on tho
Btaft of Good Samaritan Hospital and
then founded the Lebanon Sanatorium.
During the Spanish-American War he
was u surgeon on the Fourth Pennsyl
vania Infantiy medical staff.
Dixind Meade Among the
30 Designated by the
Men Within 350 Miles of
Home May Be Discharged
By the Associated Press
Washington, Dec 4
Thirty camps were designated by tha
War Department today as demobiliza
tion centers to which .enlisted men v re
to bo transferred for dhcharge from
The camp arc
Camps Beauregard, Louisiana , De
ens, Massachusetts; Dodge, Iowa; Grant.
Illinois; Gordon, Georgia. Hancock,
Georglc; Lee. Virginia; Logan, Texas;
Cuiter, Michigan ; Kunston, Kansas ;
Greenleaf, Georgia; Kearny, California;
Meade, Maryland; Sovlcr, South Caro
lina ; Taylor, Kentucky; McArthur,
Texas ; Pike, Arkansas ; Shelby, Mlssls-t-lpp!
; Sherman. Ohio ; Greene. N"orth
Carolina; Wad-iworth. South Carcllnt;
Jackson. South Carolina: Bowie. Txnn;
i DIjc, New Jersey ; Travis. Texas ; Hum
phreys. Virginia ; i,gtws, Washington
McClellan, Alabama ; Sheridan, Ala
bama, and I" ptorr. New York
Commanding officers are Instructed to
discharge enlisted men only when such
men ore "within 350 miles of the point
of their entrance Into the military serv
ice." otherwise to transfer them to an
other camp nearer the polpt of induc
tion. All othor enlisted men specified
for dlschargo will b formed into de
tachments consisting of men from tho
same State, and will bo sent for dis
charge to the camp In or nearest the
State from which they came.
A DroDer proportion of officers, prefer
ably from tha same locality, 'will be
sent with each detachment. Officers In
command of the thirty camps are au
thorUed to discharge all men sent them
under today's orders who on examina
tion are found eligible for discharge
under nrevlous general instructions
Thev are Instructed to expedite In every
possible, way such discharge
The men iransierrea 10 me rami) iur
Immediate discharge who aro found to
be Ineligible for discharge by reason of
physical disability will be assigned to a
development battalion and discharged
from the service as soon as they become
eligible Men sent to the camps for dis
charge ore rot to be placed on guard
duty nor any
other duty which will
delay their separation from tho scrv-l
Ice, except in un emergency.
rrl, Dec. 4. (By A J ) The ten
American dreadnoughts which will eecort
President Wilson Into French waters
will turn about Immediately after their
arrival to carry liomuard a large party
of American soldiers and sailors The
trip will be so timed that the men will
arrhe at homo port by Christmas
The operation will constitute one of
the most extensle movements of battle
ships for transport purposes over undertaken.
The fleet will reach Brest about De
cember 11 and It probably will bo pos
slblo to complete tho work of coaling
and provisioning the ships- and embark
ing the troops within three or four das
Vice Admiral Wilson, at Brest, Is making
arrangements for tho movement and de
termining the transport capacity of each
battleship which at this time Is less than
titrual because of the regular crews hav
ing been Increased so that recruits might
bn trained. A large number of folding
i steel beds will be mounted between
rteoVs however, thus making the aggrc
irate canacltV of the pattiesnip ncci
mnnv thousands of men.
Brest already Is crowded with soldiers
and sailors awaiting the homeward trip
and the accommodations of the city arc
being forely taxed.
RUSSIA BARS OUT CAPTIVES
Refuses Admission to 1,300,000
Returning From German Prisons
London, Dec. 4 (By A P.) Tne
Ilusslan Government has refused to ad
mit 1,600,000 Itusslan boldlers who hae
been prisoners In Germany and has
turned them back at tho frontier, accord
ing to a Berlin dispatch to tho Express,
under date of Monday. Tho Incident Is
serious for Germany because of the
necessity of feeding these men.
it Is reported that the Russian prison
ers have seised four ships at Danzig
West Prussia, which the British Bed
CroBS had obtained from the Germans
for the purpose of housing British pris
oners KLAXON CO. ENJOINED
Jersey federal Court Orders Discon
tinuance of Sales Combination
Trenton, Deo. 4. Judge Itellstab In
PVfWnl Court hero todav virtually de
cided thnt the Klaxon Motor Horn Com
pany has been violating tha Sherman
Upon the application of District At
torney Lynch the Court granted an
order enjoining nnd testrutnlng tho
company from continuing to violate tho
bhorman law by an alleged unlaw ful
combination witn jouoers who dis
tribute the Klaxon signals
Lcipsic Council Decides
to Arrest Von Hindenburg
Copenhagen, Dec. 1.- I5j A. P.
Tho Soldiers' nnd Workers' Coun
cil at Lolpslo has decided that Ger
man general headquarters shall bo
dlssoh ed and Field Marshal von
Hludenbme ai rested, according: to
tho Lokal Anzeiger of Berlin.
A brand-new Robert
Burni cijsr in a con
venient site for the
artrage smoker. Robert
Burns quality through
THE war has brought some
blessings. We face a period
of industrial expansion the like of
which the world has never known.
New responsibilities bigger
burdens momentous questions
await the best abilities we can put
into them. For meeting all that lies
siave you tried one lately
ROBT. BURNS lie 13c (2 (or 2Sc) 15c
Remember LITTLE BOBBIE, s small
cigar, but very high in quality 7c
.Chas. Gross & Co. 4eaot!M
Philadelphia, Pa. ' '
UP TO CONGRESS
Will Wait Its Detcrmina-
tion of Policy. Wilson
Presidents of Roads Indorse
Executive's Request to
tt tlie Associated Pre i
Washington. Deo. 4
Ptcsidcnt Wilson has no Immediate
Intr-Mlon of returning tho railroads un
der Government control to private own
ership, but Intends to wait a reasonable
time for Corgrcss to formulate and pre
sent "ome future policy
This was stated today b f-'enator
Smith of South Carolina, chairman of
the Senate Interstate Commerce Com
mittee who had an hour's conference
with lresldtnt Wilson last night before
the Intter left Washington.
"Hla position, uh I understand It,"
said Senator Smith, "is thnt ho puts
squarely un to Congress tho question of
working out a future policy and that us
sieedily as Is possible Thi President
has no pre-concelved opliilont. on the
subject and now waits for Congress to
handle the uueBtloii "
Senator Smith expressed doubt wheth
er legislation could bt enacted during
tho preeent short session, but said every
effort to that end will be made. He said
he opposed temporary o- piecemeal leg
islation. Conferences between benate and
House leaders and the tailroad adminis
tration, are In progress, Senator Smith
s.ild, to dlscubs procedure In the legisla
tion and announcement of a plan for
Joint Investigation Is planned within a
New York, Dec. 4 (B A P.)
Railroad presidents who were In en
ferewe here todav regarding tho future
of their propertlis were expected, ac
cording to well-informed tltcles, to In
dorse Prebldent Wilson s proposal for
Immediate study by a Joint congression
al committee of the problem raised by
impending termination uf Government
eontiol after the treat! of peace
It was Miggested that th heads of
the roads may ask that tho preseit
status bo ptesentd until their executive
committee haH reported and Congrebs
has ated. There is general opposition,
It was understood, to railroad compa
nies or banking inteiobts presenting
nlaus for solution of the question, at
least until Congress has begun its eon
An unusually popular
shape, as the sales
iheets clearly testify.
2 for 25c
iim m iraac
To modern men, even so humble
a servitor as mild Robert Burns
will still bring home his timely
message (more than ever timely,
now!) of moderation as an aid to
fitness and efficiency.
At good cigar stores in the three
attractive shapes and sizes pictured
on this page.
DOUBTS KAISER'S SINCERITY
W. Hohenzollern Has Clear Wire
express calls attention to the fact that U?
former i.miieror wiiiiama w; ...-
elation was dated at Amerongcn Nov"""
bor LP, and was published In Bet in
November 2D, and adds a,
"It in obious that telegraphic com
munication between Anu-rongen and Ber
lin Is neither . tit as might be expn-tcd
In the case of communication between
ah , n.,i nftnnmi, a,,rf i-oi.nltittnnll'tF'
nor Is It subject to the delay that til' I
messages sent by ordinary mortals meet
"Many persons consider that both the
document and the manner of ltB publi
cation more than ever Justify tho Allies i
In keeping a watchful eye on William,
even If he pretends to be Blumberlng
FROM OFFICE BY
"l Cut My Hand on His Kubbcr
Collar,"' Senate Committee
Washington, Dec 4 (By A- P.)
Testifying at the Senate Judiciary
Committee's Investigation of brewery
and Oerman propaganda, Louis N. Hnjn.
merllng, president of the American As
sociation of Torelgn Language News
papers, declared today that two years
ago he threw Leon Trotsk, now the
Russian Bolshevik Foreign Minister, out
of his office after tho latter had threat
ened his llfo. unless he received a sum
"Trotsky camo to my office often,
the witness eaid, "and insisted on see
ing me. He would son no other person
In the office except me, and he always
wanted mo to give him money. I finally
took him by tho neck and: threw him
out, and In doing so I cut my hand on
hln riihher rnllnr."
The committee, enue ivoreu to una ou
more about a J200.000 fund raised in
1916 by Inward A. Hurnely to create
public sentiment against the shipment
of munitions to the Allies. Hammer
ling denied that it was used for .iny
purpose other than payment for publi
cation of "an appeal to tho American
people' 'and for advertisements in more
than 400 newspapers
ANOTHER WHINE BY GERMANY
I'retios Says Allies Act as If
Berlin, Dec. 4 (By A. P ) Hugo
PrtUBS State Secretary of Interior in
tho new German Government, in dis
cussing tho progiesj of the revolution,
' We are obliged to rear democracj
on the foundat'on bequeathed us by tho
old svstem which now Is gone forever
provided it la not restored through ex
ternal forcns But tho attitude of our
enemies, as It now presents Itself in
some new aspect c-,ery day, permits
tho observat'on that they are treating
us Just as If William II were fctill on
the throne. Many brave German demo
crats now are shaking their heads
wondering whether the exchange of bjs
tetriB will really bring us tlie blessings
of democracy so ardently championed
by President Wilton. We reed encour
agement and lots of it."
For men who prefer
Robert Burr. J In a (its
slightly longer than the
Invincible. Sold plain
or wrapped in foil.
SELECTION TO DECIDE
Tellers Countiii'' A ote
in Thrcc-Corncrcd Contest
at Merchants' Yard
Thev are counting tho bmlots tnda
.esterday was election dHy-
Merchants' shlpvard at Harrliimn The
problem of ciiNtlnir ballots was not part
ox a reu-noi political tiKiit rooming or
the kind Merely a three-cornered con
test for a schedule of working hours
JUHt how to allot the eight-hour
working day brought diverse opinions In
the shipyard, nnd to settle tho mutter
the management put It to a vote among
The object was to attain the orlnion
of all and follow the American methods
when tho results aro announced the
Biery worker In tie yard received n
ballot In his or her pay envelope which
had three boos designating ulfferent
working hourb, namely 7 a m to 4 p
m. : 7.4r a ni to 4 15 p m, or S a
m to 5 p ni
The ship corporation, m announcing
the election, nr extending tho lunch
period from forty-rive minutes to one
our, declaring that the shorter period
was not sufficient for tho men to cat
properly or rccelvo service at the jard
BEWARE OF SHORT WEIGHTS
ILirrimnn 'ousevm cm Told
Get A curate Scales
ibmtv'nV 'B'S,V;ht,0kOUl fr th!
The warning to the towns. to hou-ic
Efe Most Beautiful Gzrinlmeriaz
First in Peace
'The orders for Paige Cars since
"Surrender Day," November elev
enth, have eclipsed all autumn
records in Paige history. It demon
strates that a Paige Car, considered
as a utility-investment, is "First in
Peace' as well as War.
However, let us fraiikly explain
our position. It is both gratifying
and embarrassing. Paige sales are
far above normal. And Paige pror
duction is and, we fear, will continue
for many months to be, far below
The Paige promptly agreed to
every Government request. The
Day the Armistice was signed Paige
had practically reached a hundred
percent War-Work basis. It had
taken us ten months to reach it.
Now the Government has lifted
and only partially lifted the ban
on motor car manufacture. We
still have War obligations to fulfill.
There is the question of steel.
Half of Europe must be rebuilt.
For nearly a year America's own
construction and expansion have
been halted. For the Work of Peace
steel is needed as sorely as it was
for the Work of War.
We recognize the needs of
motorists and dealers, who denied
during the War, are clamoring for
Paige Cars. We are concentrating
our energies upon this tremendous
problem of raising a sub-normal
production to cope with a super
normal demand. And, while solv
ing this problem, we ask the patience
of prospective buyers.
304 North Broad Street, Phila., Pa.
Utll rhooe spruie 1110
wlies wns printed in tho yard's weekly
I publication :
'Kery houfcwlfo should bio on, the
she can prove her caec. It Is her duty
repot t the matter to the .proper
authorltieu. nnd In this case Backsets
should be retained without being opened
In order that the authorities may eeo and
i welRh for themselves.
1 "The only Insuranco asalnst this form
of pftty thievery Is the possession of on
accurate pair of sciles. WIito there Is
continued discrepancy the cases should
be repotted, and even In doubtful cases
the matter should be taken up with the
j merchants who ncld the goods.
"Unfortunately this season of holldnvs
seems to bo tl.t one when shortwclRhlntr
fore n(.epBSary now" than during nhy
i other puloil of tho jear
Unier P. Rnmhold, of ho Merchant rro
djctl tp l-partmoTit Is now passing around
the c tan It Is a baby boj, who will an
sirr to tho nam? of Hlmer, Jr.
, The thlrtv-fonrth week of the War-savings
toelet) at the Se lork bhlpbulldlng Cor
poratltn tittJ SK'4n 32 Invested by 6071
"""I ere . ,'1'hta brings the total savings to
Ilnrrr Cnzga, a thlrfltter of tha Cheater
yard is a former llrhtwelght champion, lis
"III partlelDate in tho contests eoon to b
it.scd at tho River Hoathouse.
folder .limes Carr, of tho luesy &'JoAes
boiler ami light plate shop, es that a man
s as 'oUfiB as he f.ela and he sklpa around
In elxtien enr old style Carr Iv not only
a nret-Llnsa mechanic hut has the additional
facultj uf aettlni; nerjboUy In pitch t tarn
Rig llll! nromlry, of the Sun yard boiler
ehop l.etved his lunch, kettle a mile or mor.
away and started to dln at tile office ret
taurart. "lee. he saw the blonds waitress,
hne even knows his choice of plo now,
Cienrge Van Dyke, chief e eric of the Sun
holler hhop. la an athlete healthy and ro
bust one dnv he muttered a few word,
about the ventilating system of the ahop and
then lie devlMHl u m Htpm uhlrh la rnn.M.m
luerfett hv hlM i nllpiir,!., I ,Mir?. tava I,. In.
to lend- to Uetu hla health
A preltv widow with three children, 'tis
rumored Put mil Lyons, of tho faun layer-
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WuiTeln H cb tho churmln one.
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