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' ! tJSft- " njftri 'V,i' . i fj7:f' v - ' r??S J EVENING PUBLIC 'Lli)DXEKr-PJBtILADELPHIA, SATUBDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1915 CASUALTY ROLL x HAS f 103 NAMES HTih SENDS CHRISTMAS COUPON, IS KILLED - . . News of Private Kolp's Death in Action Follows Letter Home ,J , 1 I ; at Pbbj , j INSCRIBED ON FAME'S HONOR ROLL 'PORT'AIDS RESENT I GOETHALS' ACTION Galvanized Boat Pno L. . nenrcr Co. SO N. 2d it. tiuir fivva orfI( 04 K i.&' lM IVJ Al More than Half the Day's Total Listed Among the Dead 351 KILLED IN ACTION Eighty-seven Die of Wounds, 125 of Disease, 7 of Acci dent; 240 Missing Washington, De. 7, General I'orshlng's casualty report today comprises 1103 names. Moro than half tho number 570 aro listed nmong tlio dead, of whom 358 vrero hilled In notion, 87 died of wounds and 125 of disease. Tlio missing In notion, Includ lng prisoners, number 210. Summarized tho losses to dato are: Ilcportvd uer. 7 Total Lllled In action cril u oi irounan N7 Died of dlsenso 1115 Died of accidents and other cftuseg 7 Missing In action (Includum prisoners) 240 Wounded 03 N.Ortt 13,tU! 1.S07 14,002 D3.17D Grand totals 1,103 11S.58U OmCEKS' LIST Killed In Action LIEUTENANT COLONEL Allan It. Wil liam, Cano Girardeau. Mo. JLUOns WRrd w, renrson. Washington. Dv.l:CJ'ymRn c. Ward, St. Louis, Mo, CAPTAIN Math L. Encllnh, Coplovlllc. Wash. LIEUTENANTS Walter V. Asln Haw on. o.: Lawrence C. Alcorn, Tort Worth, J,l Victor Kcnney Dodso rilakely, Topeku, Lan. : Herman L. Hess,. Jackson. O. : Robert O. Llcwellvn BrnddoikPa. : Edward .1. Mc Lauihlln, Newark. N J.: Wnde II. 1'rlcst. ilreenleaf. Kan. : Thomas I. llussell. I'lireo. !. V.; Charles W. Simpson, Indiana, Pa.i Orvllle A. Stevens. Portland Ore.: Holla i: umsteu, Hprlnir Valley, cnl.; I rnaciir v an benoonhoven, baratoea Spring, rs, Y. : Henry V. Keep, Chicago: William II. O'Brien, Now York: Carl A. Shadow-en, Tort Morgan. Col.: William O. Stevenson. Abboy vlllo, H. C. : Charles II. Lomblto, Albu querque. N M.; nudolph IS. Pctereon, James town. N. V. Died ot Disease CA1TAIN Addison 13. Falconer. Galves ton, Tex. LIEUTENANTS Arthur II. Grabbers. Itocltford, 111.; Lynn Y. fehoub. Port Wayne, Ind. Mlsslnc In Action . LIEUTENANT Jercmo S. Hanratlr, llrookljn. N. Y. ' PENNSYLVANIA Killed In Action SEnGEANTS Oscar Oerkvltz. Wilke I3nrre; William II. Keenan. New KcnsInRton; Andrew C.bhacren. SSOi Cedar street. Phil adelphia. cui HPorlALS T.uther ir. Kelly. Williams. port; aiervin it. Youaes liuerty: jiarry Ar nold, 1030 Helmont avenue, Philadelphia; Carl L. Knauf, Johnstown; Axel II. Lund tiulat. Llirnnler, MECHANICS Silvester O. Miller, Octtss burer; George. E Nock-Coraopolls. , PRIVATES James P. Pahey. 2111 La tona etree.t. Philadelphia: Mitchell .1. Oava- ban, 2351 West Cleveland avenue-. Philadel phia; Cralir Oreen, Allegheny: David Hoh Mns, Ifenedlct: Tony Culllva, Eatton: Wil liam 1. Cothermaw. Knox: Sylvester Ilom nach. Pittsburgh: Frederick L. Densmorc. oswayo: John 1!. McMahon. Erie: John Pessaimo. GUI Glenwood aenue. Phlladei hta; Oliver A. Welders, Llnirlestovvn: Krank Carutlla, lllackfield; Francisco Mallozzl. Washington: Iko Novack, SOO South Thir teenth street. Philadelphia: Gcoreo II, Holp, 23UJ East IJauphln street, Philadelphia; John A. ralmer. Volant: Raymond L. Wcbbr, Lltlts: Joseph wildfire. Kersey; Oeorea L. Lannen, Johnstown: Ueorco W. Tlsdel. Tay lor; Miles A. Ifcnnlngir. Union County. Died of Wounds HE11GEANT Richard W. Mooro. lllds- "ctiRPOIlAL Howard W. Dlttner. Dlanch. ard. PRIVATES Milton Lee Dunmire. McVey 1own: Arthur J. Honard, August ObIUs, Shenandoah: Ixoran Paronheatn, 2007 llldiro uvt-nue, Philadelphia, Died from Accidents and Other Cause PRIVATE Tony Corltc. Greensboro. Died of Disease 'CORPORALS Joseph Nonweiler. Lehigh ton: Ralph Wnldo Searson. Mlfrtlnbunr. PRIVATES Paul II. Aekerman Totts ville; Nornn W. Kberly. Litttz: Samuel it. Hager, 1'olnt Marlon; OeorBO Huehes. Pitts burgh; William Matteon. Kennett Squaro; Cleslau Metnierskl. Dlcltson City: Oeorgo 11. bnottB. Holland. Thomas A. Sprlneman, WlllUmsport. Wounded Severely CORPORALS Eston L. Rush, Connell- " ' MECHANIC aeorga Maliskl. Vanderbllt. PRIVATES Helvo I,. Bounds. Rocky Mount: Edward A. Itadcrty. Grampian: Jacobs byl ester SplUer. Allegheny; Pietro Shottack. Smoke Run: Edourado Castelnovo, Morgan: Jamea John rarroll. Pittsburgh; Josenh L. Harmon. Kennett Square: Iranlc It. Johnson. 010 houlh Front street. Phlla rtelnhla: Ralph Kendall. Sayre: James L. coke: Waldo H. Kelson. Denver: Ray Prexler. Easton: llltim A. Waid. Reading: Harry Welsbrod. 2.1." lAjiubard street. Philadelphia; Frank E. Wright. North Olrard. Wounded In Am Hon (Degree L'ndetermlned) ,.r&AZ?Wli?"'mn'Wn action on. October J. but Im- Wounded Mlthtly "SntlClIIANTS Klmer Haubllta. Yorl:: Jlar " - clana t'oluccl. liUU houth IIIcUs street, Phil adelphia: John 1". lllerte.i Weblter. COIllOIlAL! Carl A. Lenhart, rittn 1 burgh: Harry Sylvester Sherror. I'lttsburBji: , Andrew W. Honk. Ncwcastlo: Tresslej- A. ipiUVATKH vi'neenro Scalllse. Duauesne; Hobert SI. .Clark. 22S Nortli Itandolph street. Philadelphia: Tonl Deleskl. llrla: , Carlo Del ino. U821 Kast Somerset street, l'hlladcl jjhla: Walter Stacltokla. Olrardvllle. s Mlsslnc In Auction SERGEANT Thomas J. Chase. Klncston. COnrolLVL Charles II. Klnnau. Waynes- t0PnrVATE3 -r Sylvester B. . Dubb. 23S9 , North Thirteenth street. Philadelphia: Braglo Oatono, 4024 Kershaw street, Philadelphia; Irvin iohn Krnest. Uresson: Merle K. Hay. Iloiwell; Edward Crllley. rrostbura: Abo Shannard. Did Third street. Philadelphia: William I Trently. Archbold: John JuWo. Plttsburah; Joseph Juncost. Pottsville: lonv Lamontta. Itollvar: Howard han McClaun Pittsburgh: Samuel rettinato. Ileadlnx: CliriU 13. Peeaarden. neemsterboro: Frederick JV. Herrmann. 1242 North hartatn street, l'hlla rte1Bhia: Luke It. Huyett. SlnblnR riprlncs; Tohn.habonski. Scranton; John rred sties, htdivtay: William ltovven. S,J '"l,,Vaa-i ..SVt thiideinhla: Samuel V. Ilalney. I--aThlUriburi.-. 5i NEW .1EIISKV l-. Hilled In Action SKnnnANTWariies Hennesy. vark. COHl'OItAI.S Louis llothbure. Plaintleld; fianlel llubart Vlnoland; Mike Brenko. .New- "rMUBICIAN Austin W. llersh. Eltrabth. 1'HIVATKS William Grady. Llliabeth; Jlsrtrand Herrmann, Newark; Joseph Cohen, Jersey City: Nicola PIsacane. Newark: Wal ter Tlntzen. Taterson; Edward J, Mahan, nemlnston Heights: Albert Smith, Newark. Died or Wound COIiroitAL Alwln II. Swenson. Sterllni. Wounded Sererely HUnoCANT Carl Meier, West Hoboken. , ntlVATES Domenlcl: Santl. Trenton: Andrew Jobs. JerBev City: Sllko Chop Jersey City; Joseph Cocozza. Orante. Wounded bllshtlr WAGONEU William Ilanlon. Jersey City. PRIVATES John II. Carroll. Ileal; David D. Laird, llloomllold; Melvln L. Leek, Vol- Mlsslnc In Action PRIVATES Loul Dojscza, Perth Amboy; Oreste Coda, West Oranse: Antony Coella neso. Jersey City: Harold Olcnn. alen Itldae: rranl: Pennell. Princeton; Anthony Peter Mastellone. Jcrsoy City. ADDITIONS TO TODAY'S LIST OF CASUALTIES Washington. Dec. 7. (By A. P.) Fol lowing additions to today's casualty list are made by the War Department: Killed In Action, Previously Reported Wounded Severely CORPORAL Robert r. Kay, Alloona. Pa. I'RIVATH Henry a. Cobtln, Capo Charles, Va, Mlsslnc In Action, Previously Reported Wounded Herrrely SEKOEANTS Walter a. Salver. Castle wood. Va.; Henry It. Raker, Keadlag. Pa.; Amlello (llannlpictro, 7222 liegeman Btreet, Philadelphia; Thomas Houston bherlll, Alta Vista, Va. Died of Disease, Previously Reported Killed In Action PRIVATE Joseph A. Cojlo. 1323 Belter Street. Philadelphia. Prisoner, Previously .Reported Killed In Ail Ion PRIVATE Andrew D. Ferlto, Drlfton. ra. Killed In Action, I'rerloutlr Iteporled Mlsslnc In Action PRIVATES fleorao E. OralK. Datetvllle. Va.t Charles 3r Uoertler. HUhlandtown, Mil.: Otto H. ClrlKUlI. 1U25 Dauphin street, Phlla. Ylphla: Henry K. Hrjler, Ilaitlmomt irancia N, aicuauspan. miav noma nixiy- r ,- r lth strut. Phiuaelphlai William oaur, AU. P.;Ralph AT Taylor, Kat Otance, '.' 'T .jo.. .- ''- 28 LISTED AS DEAD IVcnly-one Soldiers in All in Li&t of Dead for City In his last letter homo, 1'rlvato Oeurpo P. IColp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Itoucrt I'. Kolp, Sr.i Inclosed a. coupon for tho Christmas pacltago which his parentB wcro to send him. A telegram from the War Department has Just brought word to tho family that ho was killed In ac tion November 7. Trlvato Kolp was a member of Com pany r, 31Sth Infantry. Ho went to Camp Mcado In a contingent from Local Draft Uoa. d io. -S, on May 29, and was assigned to tho 315th. Ho sailed for Franco early In July, and at tho tlmo of his death had been In nctlon almost continuously slnco September 2C Kolp was well-known in, Kensington, whero ho attended tho John S. Hart School and Xorthcast High School. He was a, mem ber of Frankford Aienuo Baptist Ohurch; Radiant Star Lodge, No. GOG, A. V. and A. M. ; Philadelphia Consis tory, A. A. S. II. ; and was a, llfo mem ber of Lu Lu Temple, A, A. O. N. M. S. Previous to entering military servlco ho was a salesman In tho commercial sta tionery business. Names of nineteen rhlladclphlans kill ed In action, four died of wottndH and Heven died of disease, making a total of twenty-eight dead, nro contained In tho casualties for today. Thlrty-ono from hero nro wounded, Including n captain. Tho combined casualty lists for today mako a total of 21S2 names, and 19G of them aro from Porinsylvanla. Oillclul List Gives News Tho official list of casualties In Thurs day's Kvhninu Public LEDOEr. gave to Mrs. Estolla Itogcrs Lane, C1G1 Ogontz avenuo, the first Information that her brother, Harry T. Itogcrs, was missing. Her removal Bines ho enlisted from 6240 Ogontz avenuo to her present ad dress may account, she thinks, for tho fact that she has received no notice. Tho official list gavo his rank as prlvato and spelled his name ns Itodgera. Ho Is a corporal. Harry Itogero enlisted In July, 1917, trained at Gettysburg, Camp Greene and Newport News. Ho sailed In April, 191S, with Company A, Fourth Infan try. Ho was born In Camden and was educated at schools In Colllngswood, N. J., and Krlstol, Pa. Beforo enlisting ho worked In a munitions plant. Ills parents aro dead. Tho last letter his sister received from him was dated August 29. She received a letter from another brother, George, written October IS, In which ho told of meeting Harry and of spending two days with him. Another brother, Wolbert, was not many miles away when Harry and Georgo had their strange meeting. Ha Is a member or tho famous Fifth Ma rines, who went over with General Pershing. Ho cnllfated In April, 1917, and was assigned to tho Forty-third Company, Fifth Itcglment of Marines He fought at Chateau-Thierry and was wounded four times. Ho spent llfteen ttvantrn tn n liAttnUnl A 1- n.-tl-.i tt no " iiwoiini, vLU Ji3 lUJUiniJU 111S command no was in every orrenslvo inado ( by American troops. I SKETCHES OF THE HEROES Private Isaaa Novack. ofllelallv re ported as killed in action, was eighteen years old and ton of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- , nam xovnclt, S00 South Dead Soldier Thirteenth, street. Tho IV rites I'ostcard egram from tho War ' to His Mother department a row weeks ago stating that , their aon nad beon I wounded in action on August 9, and al- . though tho young soldier wrote letters homo after that dato he never lcfcrred to his Injury. Another telegram waa re ceived Iabt week which intornied tho par. I cuts mat I'rlvato ivovacK nail been ined ate y after that a postal was re colved "from their son, dated October 10, stating that ho was In tho best of health. In an effort to obtain definite Informa tion, tho father telegraphed to the War Department at Washington and also to General Pershing's headquarters, but so far haa received no answer, Novack was a member of Company E, 110th Infan try, and prior to enlistment was em ployed In his father's -grocery store at the South Thirteenth street address. Private John Thomas Ilag-erty,. Com pany D, Twonty-ilrst Machlne-Gun Bat talion, died on November 17 of wounds received in action, according to official notlco from tho war Department re ceived today by his parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Hagerty, 917 Jackson street. Hagerty volunteered for service In the regular army May C, and went to Camp MacArthur, Waco, Tex., for training. His unit sailed for Franco In August. Th famllv lias received no word of when or how ho was wounded, or whero ho was Uehtlnc. In Ills last letter. Jlated uo lobor 10, ho meraly said that ho was moving up to tho front. Ho was twenty six yearn old, was a clover amateur boxer and at training camp represented his unit In boxing tournaments. Be sides hla parents, ono brother and threo ulstera survive him. Private Walter L. Shetler, of 10 North Fifth btreet, died of shell shock In a base hospital In France. November 17. His father. Charles F. Shetler, received ofllci.il notification from the War De partment today. Private Shetler was attached to Company A, 146th Infantry, and bad been in Franco for several months after eight weeks' training at uamp iee. Private Charles G. Sterling, twenty three years old. Company F, 316th In fantry, was killed In action October 29. Sterling's parents aro dead and the mes sage was leceived at a boarding house, 2224 South Twcnty-thltd Btreet, last night, where ho formerly lived. Ho was drafted May 22 last and trained at Canin Meado until July, when his division f-unea ior rrance. i-rivate oterung con ducted a souvenir and novelty stand at Point Breezo Park beforo enlisting. Sergeant Andrew Hbarren, 2802 Cedar street, was killed In action during tho advance on . Sedan, November 8, Just threo days beforo the armistice was ."Igned. Ho was a member of Company K, 31Cth Infantry, and had bocn In France slnco last July. A telegram from -Washington notilled his mother, Mrs. Catherine Shagren. of her son's death on Thanksgiving night. "It was exactly u year to the day," pays Mrs. Shagren, "from tho tlmo I saw him last to th night the awful news of his death came." The last letter he wrote, sho says, was dated October 14 and told of his ex perience In the Argonne sector In Sep tember. Ha wns single and mado his home at tha Cedar street address beforo going away to camp. Ho was formerly a Government Inspector In a munition plant. Private Harry Greenwood, of Company K, 315th Infantry, la officially reported to have been killed In action on No vember 5. Prlvato Greenwood Is one of the many American soldiers to lose his Ufa In tho last advance of the war. Tnougn it was expectea that the arm! Htir.A would hn Kltmed n.nv mlmitA nun boys pushed on to the last, capturing cieuan. ATivaie ureeuwooa was araitea tn September. 1917. and ftnfterl fni France In July. .last May and sailed for France early Private Crlo DelD.no. wounded, 1 a In 3My. He was educated ut tho North member of Company L. 31Cth Infantry. f,ast I"! Scli00l ""'U n.m.cimlor .f Ho wrote his mother. Mrs. Mary Theresa the Fnkf?,rl,Av.em0ap,t'? Church IH'lllno, 2021 East Somerset Btreet. that B.n.d.of tha ?dlo.r.t Star Lodge, belns a ho was hurt on September 27, and that lio luiu u. mncnine-irun millet tlirnuc-li tho bund, but exneetcd tn Iia bnelr nl tli front uoon. Private Deltlno went to Camp Meado labt July nnd was in PrancS Xerai; wceka later. Ha Jia tweatjj.. giiHim ' AWr:.iVM i Ji t pgy j-' " ' 1 1 rr - - nr?. y?.jg I'-al, "-'???) CbrcxHARBY ROGER5.C4RLO DELFINCROBT H.CLARK.R.C.AUGySTmE, dr., Missing'- Voond&a tjass&d--- Vounged--- GEO.B. KOLP, CHAS.(?.STRLING(CHESTTO ANffELO.F.V. HERMANN, Kill 3 KllfJ Honor Roll for the City and Its Vicinity Today KltXEt IV ACTION LIEUTENANT PAY MILLS SCOTT, Unl uiViyUV."' I'cnnsvlvnnla. (tlnoftlclal ) SLRflEAN ! ANDREW W. bllAIIURKN, 22 Cedar St COIITOKAL HARRY ARNOLD, 1030 'Ir!n,"l,t ave. CORPORAL IKE NOVACK. 800 South Thirtieth st COUI'OK.W, DONALD T. SIIENTON. J2'.'!l..NiJ !" "' (Unofficial ) COKl'ORAL CARL A. 1XNNER, LTyn Mnwr (Unofficial ) CORPORAL l.nVUN R. SAUNDERS, 0302 Rising Sun ave. Prlvato , OEORflE It. KOLP. 2303 E. Dauphin st (lllofflclat ) WILLIAM MARTIN. Ml Natrnna st. CHARLES ii. HTKULINO, 2244 bouth Twentvkthlrd st rilbOPHILE J, RISSO. 7027 Grays avo. (I'nnfflelai) EDWIN II. MISKKLL. 2010 Tulip St. (Unofficial 1 JAMEH P. PAHEY, 1210 South Twenty- tlrst st MICHAEL J. OAVAGIIAN. 2331 North Cleveland avo JOHN I'Ksnai.ANO. Ml Glenwood ave. JOHN ril'E, :!C(t4 Heed St. RICHARD J. RARKE. 323 North Edge wood st. died or WOUNDS CORPORAL HERBERT WARRIXER. 1012 Sherwood road. Privates LORF.V PARONAGAIN. 20B7 Rldro ave. ntKDERICK M. RODGERS. Palmira, N J JOHN TIIOVIAS HAGERTY. 017 Jack son st. Dli:D OF DISEASE CORPORAL II D. W. REICHERT. Unl- versltv-of Pennsylvania. (Unofficial ) COItrORAL LEONARD G. DALLS, Kennett bquuro. Privates IKE ERPERT. 2.-.21 North Thirtieth st. .MICH EL MAR7.IIKY. 11032 Emerald st. LAWRENCE (IU1LMARTIN. 2G54 North Ortanna fit. ANDREW J. NASH, II. V. D. 8. (Holmes. hurg- district ) JAMfcS .1. nmn. 1213 North Redfleld st. (Cnoftlclil.) V, OUNDKD CAPTAIN WILLIAM 13. ROEGER. 1008 N. Twenty-fourth st. (I'nofflclal.l LIEUTENANT JACOll IIATLS ABBOT. Tenth nve. nrd Oak Lane. SERGEANT MARCIANNA COI.UCCI. HUM South Hicks st SERGEANT RICHARD P. UETZ. 118 Chew st. SERGEANT JAMES It. McDADE. 3116 Hlirheo st. .(Unofficial.) SEROEANT LESLIE L. SIESLIN, &719 Market st. (Unofficial.) CORPORAL THANK I). CANNON, D027 Summer st. CORPORAL CLiri'ORD V. REYNOLDS. C012 Locust St. COOKS GILBERT 10ST. 2037 North Randolph JAMES P. MACAULEY. S01 Is'orth Hu- bert st. rrlTate DOMEVICO DELUC.V Norrlstown, Pa. GEORGE A. CAIJ.AHAN. 1220 South Twentv-nlnth st. , nthDEKICK W HERIfVLVN. 1242 North bartuln st. (OlflUally reported mlbstngr.) ritr.DERICK W. IIACSEMAN, 2G3S West Lehigh ave. ROIIEKT .1. CARILIDGE. 1'ourth and Pino sis. EDWARD J. STEIGERWALD, 303 Roy den Ht JAMES P. MULLIGAN. C27 South Twcn. tv.seventh st CARLO DELTINO, 2021 East Somerset JOHN O. DAVIS. 711 Gaul st. ROBERT M. CLVRK. 238 North Ran- RICILXRI)' P. bCUISSLEER. 6116 West minster avo. FREDERICK 3IILLER. C011 Chestnut PRANK J. McDKVITT, 2330 Christian ELMER M. MLRDOCK, 209 East st. tt'norrlcui l 9LVUR1CK O'I.EAKY, 430 Pcnsdalo ave. Ilonhorough (Unofficial.) PRANK .1. NVCE. .TJ7 S-outh With St. ROIIERT A. MILLER, Lancaster. Pa. JAMEH P. J'A1INK. 2111 Latona St. MICHAEL J. CAVAIIAN, 2231 North Cleveland ave JOHN PKSSANO. not Glenwood ave. MCIIOLAS BICENTl'O. Hammonton. N. J. M1SSINO Privates SYLVESTER D. DL'UII. 2330 North Thirtieth at. BRAGIO KOTNO. 4024 Kershaw t. AHE HIIEPl'AKD. RIO Third st. FREDERICK W. hERM.NN,1242 North I felLLLLM llOHEN. 802 West Tloga L IfrflSSING. I'BKVIOOTLY REPORTED AMTELLO OIANNIPIETRO, 7222 Heger JOSEPH'A. COYU3, 1323 Seller t. KILLED, PREVIOUSLY MISSINO REPORTED OTTO T. GRIBCLI, 1023 Dauohln St. FRANCIS 91. JIcCAUOIIAN, 2139 South KANCIH Sixth st. WOUNDED, PREVIOUSLY REPORTED 9I1SS1NG BUGLER JCEPII NICIIOIAS, 3218 Aramlngo avo. JOHN r. KELLEIIER. Ardmore. 1'IMNCIS LEO SMITH, 2233 bhcrwood JOHN J. nEPPERLIN. 1410 May field St. CLAYTON L. BUCHAN'.VN, 3410 North Lawronco st. seven years old and single, having for merly mado his homo w Itli his parents and worked at Cramps. Corporal Harry II. Arnold, Company I, 110th Infantry, was wounded July 30, according to a recent telegram from tho war uepanment, nut a postcard from him dated August 2 said that he had not been wounded. Yesterday an official telegram Much Confusiot as to the rale of This Soldier arrived, stating that ho htfd been killed In action Otobcr 24. His parents do not know what to believe and all attempts to get tho matter btralghtened out havo failed. A former neighbor, now In France, makes the af fair still moro complex by writing that Arnold spent tho greater part of August In n. base hospital with shrapnol wounds In tho back. Corporal Arnold enlisted In tho army In September, 1917, He mado his home with his mother. Mrs. Hlliabcth Arnold Arnold, at 1030 Bel mont avenue, before Joining the colors. Private Georgs II. Kolp, son of Rob ert P. Kolp, 2363 East Dauphin street, and a member of Company F, 315th In fantry, was killed In action November 7. Ills father received tho notlco of his son's death from tlio War Department November 29. Kolp fell In his third en gagement, after halng como safely through two of the hardest fights that any American unit took part In. Tho last lcttor to his parents was dated Oc tober 20. He said In part: "Father. I'm at a rest camp now testing up from the heavy lighting In the Argonne sector that took place In the last part ot Sep tember," "I'm In good spirits and feel ing fine," he adds. Kolp, 'who Is twentyeight, was for- meny engageu in mo aiuuonery nusi iikr, (n thin nltv. He left for Camn MenriA iniriysacona-ueBreo uii.' lrlvnfA I'retlerlcLt v. Ilerrmnnn rv nnrted mlnsini? on the official iisiinltv list. Is now lu a base hospital suffering from uhrapnol wounds, according to a Joitey, received by, his mother, Mrs, Woura&J !rz; -j-n ii i ) dOHN 1? HvJQER.TV. CHcXcT- Bernard Herrmann, 1212 Sartaln btreet. . i v Uirimaim was diafted laM May at tlio ago of tvventy-nno and follovv 'ng a shott period of training went to Franco ns a member of Company 'B, 315th Infnntry l'rlvnte Hubert 31. Clark, gnsfed, was formerly a member of tho 110th Ma-ohlne-Guit Battalion, but blncn his in Jury has been transferred to n casual company. Ho enlisted In Juno, 1917. and after a lengthy training at Camp rianconc cinuarKeu ior franco last Jin S5g- A T Previous to enlistment he resided with i the samo sUe. At tho top Is "Skln-stons his parents ut 228 Nortli Randolph i , nih. ,.,,i0 T ,. . ""' stictt. Ills rather. Sergeant Martin!"1 olnar cltles- In tho center Is the Clark, of the fourth policy district, died original slogan pledging veracity. At William. Is also In France" with the Evacuation Hospital Unit No. 11. He ! Il.,n ,(Ul JUl UCllI lllLUi 1III.-U Ul 111U lUillCl t , death. rlvnt" 1 redcrlek Mltrbell Rogers wno uicn or vvounus on uctuperiu, was rnrinerlj- nsstfoiato tditoi of tho Palmvra Iteconl, a weekly paper published In , Palmyra, N. J. Hit was drafted lastv winter, trained at Camp Dlx and s-cnti o iTanco as n member of Company (V '48th Infantry. Ho w us wounded w hi e ., . .... . . ... ... .. . . . ' .. lighting with the Fiench along the I-landers sector. Private Ilogers was, ihi Mm of tho lato Samuel Itogcrs, of Palmjra. l'rivate Samuel Harris, gassed and wounded, has had a varied military oa-l reer. Ho herved under Villa In Mexico, but when relations . Former Officer i Villa's Army Wounded WhiU Fighting for V.i between the United .States and th.it country liooa m e Htrainod bo ue herted and Joined tho American army Later ho enlisted in the American Le gion of tho Canadian army and when this country entered tho war was trans ferred to tho American Expeditionary Force and placed In Company B, Four teenth Machine-gun Battalion. Harris lived at 1524 Opal street. Prlvutn Nicholas Itlcentlo, Hammon ton N. J reported wounded in action. ciilleterLwhen ho was only svventcen In tho Hammonton Homo Guards and not i long after enctred tho regular servlco I with tho State Militia Reserve. He bad been for somo time on tho firing line I when he received his Injuries. It is be- I I loved that he was gassed, but no def inite Information has yet been obtainable as to his fate. Prlvato Chester Angela, wounded on September 17, lived at 830 South Thlid street, Camden. He was drafted last April, sent to amp jmx, voiunteoreu ior ed. was drafted In Anrll of this lear, but had no sooner reached Camp Dlx than ho was given thn chance to volun teer for Immediate service abroad and promptly accepted the opportunity. He sailed overseas In May with Company F, of tho 111th Infantry, formerly the Thlrri Ueelment. National Guard of New Jersey. lie took part In many battles, i ,.... .J !..., .. .. ....... ,.K .....It 1 ii rt I Hill novel KLL'ncu .t i-i, mil umii iu machlne-gnn bullet;, struck htm at once ion tlm morning of October 24 Hli 1 rlr-hf linnil nnil rlcrlit lctr are badlv ill- 'juied. but lliu iibjsiclans believe 'the will hn nbln to save both of them. His parents, Mr. and Mm. August Augustlno, of West Beilln, N. J have never heard from tho War Department of their son's Injury, but wero informed by the Uert Cross. The voune soldier is In Baso Hospital No. CO. His grand father, after whom ho is named, Rich ard Cochran, is a Civil War veteran and was severely wounded during that historic struggle between the States, 607 DEATHS HERE THIS WEEK Of Total Thirty-five Caused by1 Influenza Deaths throughout the weolt num bered 007 as compared with 451 last week, and 627 during tho corresponding week last vear. rno ucaira " " divided! ns follows: Males, 31S; females, 289: boss, seventy-three, girls, sixty-six. Tho causes of death were: Diphtheria and croup Influenza Other epidemic diseases Tuberculosis of tho lunss , Tuberculous menlnKttla Other forms of tuberculosis Cancer ' Slmpla menlncltls ; Annnlaw nll.l HnffeninlT OI tintlll and U 'ijittanlo diseases of tho heart 'dcute bronchitis Pneumonia vy iironcnopneumomvi .. ".. Diseases of thn rosuiratory system lu Diseases of tho stomnch 4 Diarrhoea and enteritis 1 Appendicitis and tjphlltls .1 Hernia .,. Cirrhosis of tho liver.. ,. ,; ' Acute nephritis and Hrliiht's disease.... 0.J Noncancerous tumors ;l Puerperal septicaemia a II..A.,.ae I nriiiilslltu Congenital debility -4 Senility .,. ' 1 All other violent deaths 2! Hulcldo All other discuses 8u Total 007 Fined for Smoking on Cars 'r.i-entv.nlv Kallors nnd two civilians wero fined $5 each today by Magistrate muter ui i i-uuiv, oh.i ., uiuvi avenuo station for smoking on Leaguo Island trolley cars. N. Y. to Have Pershing Square New York, Dec. 7. Mayor Hylan yes terday signed an ordinance adopted by the Aldermen designating tho space In front of tho Grand Central Terminal, looking south on Park avenue, as Persh ing Square. DON'T BUY METAL WEATHER STRIPS Until You See the Stein-Way immecuaic servn-H overseas una sailed ' Albright, Fifteenth Umrineers A i- i- """"".v nieni, ciieu tms morning In Company E, 111th Infantry. He. Is the 1, ,1 ,',' v,, vt?' believed that he had been attacked, but I son of Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Ani;elo. imal lrnm ,S afler '"vcstlgntlon by detectives tho frac-1 Private Rlcburd C. AuKUftlne. wound- l''L -ii it. V,"", . turo was attributed to a fall. Equipment WE INSTALL IT QUICKLY Phono Walnut 6677 for Estimator Stsk-Way Mfg. Co., 21? N, D.riw, NICHOLAS RECEMTIO.LW.TAUQR, Wountfaci"' Wound&J vv 3 x !?E' u J iF-c WttBERr ROGERS A. SJJAGRON Killed "THINK IT OVER," ADVISES P. R. T. SKIP-STOP SIGN Latest Placard on Cars Invites One Inside to Read About Other Cities Now that Phlladelphlans "Know the Truth" tho Itapld Transit Company aks them to "Think It Owr " Tf .i .,,.,: Hut they still havo to pay n nickel, even to "think." so far .is tlm r m t. Is concerned. Tho company's rro-sltln. stop propaganda took another step to day, but not a new one. Tho only now featuro Is that trolley patrons aro again Invited to spend a nickel to find out what it is all about. On tho front of all cars tho "Know the Truth" sign is replaced by another tho bl'ni Is: "(Sco Insldo Car)." Once more tho Fhlladclnlilan la necteil tn walk . -niin!n , ml. . petted to walk a couplo of blocks to a stop corner, climb tho steps In a hurry , ,,,.. ., , - , '"'i'" " ""' """ Mains, uecorate thn conductor's palm with a buffalo medal, and then step Hvoly so that ho may look up at ono end ot tho Car and read this sign: -. . THINK IT Ot E1S I KNOW I Washington, IMtU Tllll i hiirgli, Cleveland. TKLTII Chicago und other I cities uso t-klp-Sloiis KNOW THE TRUTH ,,., . . LINEMAN IS ELECTROCUTED v"""'"""' ICillf.,1 Wli,'1 f WAI- rr e ..... ,, ....t, u ,jiis. on i,ji oi , Electric Pole Fdvvaid Coburn T-n nn- , . J.X17, . .1" Wr Btrcct' waa electrocuted at the top of an dec- trie light Dole ill Hustlelnn nlV ri r. tor road. He. wns an emplojo of tho Philadelphia Electric Company and was sent out last night to adjust wires. . ,i urrer of " inptortruclc. passing Slethnnd 'SSrlhl '",",h M' ftLm,!! IK.?''!Hnrby: Vii.ro" the Ta- cony police were notified. LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON Parent Wounded in Civil Wur, Boy in France "Llko father, like son" is a phrase appncauio in mo taso of Frederick T .'ed in nntlnn J ears ago. his father, the late Jo seph S. Albright, of this city, then six teen years old, en- liairu Willi a ual Albright received a 1 T. ALBRIGHT Bullet wound in tile foot In ono of the final engagements ot tho great war and has Just recently been Invalided home. He was born In Philadelphia twenty flvo years ago, but at tho time of his enlistment was employed In Pittsburgh. Ho has relatives at 1733 North Fifteenth street, this city. Photograph Gold Silver Ivory .: s, "i .-x. X.I11I1J1-I1llll! I , " l.l1' cUWELEBS ClHr. P1, siLVEiisurais avatflRERS UU Inexpensive heather Fm-mes with. Retfulatiorb Service Irvsipnia P0 Northwest Corner 16th & ARCU STS 1M3IE.NSE PURCHASES OF 1VIDELY TOI'DEAR IIBANDS ENABLE US TO OITEB CICAHH AT CONSIDERAnLE SAVING HENRIETTA. 9 Doze of 30 ... E1. l'UODUCTO, 10e kle. I Doim nf SO I EL PRODCCTO, Dlnnt and 4.00 4.00 "4.50 farortta. Boies.pf 30 2 for tie His GARCIA CORONA SPECIAL 3.50 4.00 EL ROYANA, lrs Blunt. MlXtW OI UV .........i UOX9S 01 ov ttt ,i. . FLOIt DE BIANVKLS, 100 i. 14. OO lloim of t Y HAVANA RinnONS, 7c lxe. 2.S DOM Of 60., tloxr st 50 .,,,.,..-. - PItlLA. HAND MADE. 7o ill. 2.75 iiojmoI fo .H Lz, "44".,. ..;.... 2.65 lions et st AIAVAH Hlatl H,AH A.AAmnanlul lt I, ,-i',"Axxri&usrio,. , Quartermaster Cluef's At tack on Shipping Costs Called Unfair .INVESTIGATION STARTED Rales Here Lower Than in New York Government Called Extravagant Major General Goethals, head of tho quartermaster department, will bo asked to provo his charges that the costs of shipping materials from this port aro excessive. His announcement that Philadelphia would bo dropped as an army export port because of undue cxpenso has caused a storm of indignation among-tho city's port boomers and city officials vv ho say General Goetlnls has cast an unjust reflection on commercial Philadelphia. marges were mado today that tho Government failed to tako advantage of the port's facilities and used antiquated methods that wero expensive. An Investigation of shipping costs at this port is now under way. Director Webster, of Wharves, Docks and Ferries, announced today ho would bring the Goothal charges beforo tho port development commltteo and action would probably result. Several mem- b.eTB of tho committee promise than an "accounting" will bo asked from General .uoemais. Lower Thon New York "There Is no reason for excesslvo ex porting charges here," asserted Direc tor Webster. "Thero Is no lighterage. Cars can ho unloaded dlrcctlv Into tho ships from tho piers. Tho rentals of vvharws hero are one-third of thoso In New York, whero General Goethals paid tho bulk of the army shipments would bo made. We hao every equipment for tho inpld and economical transfer of freight to essels." Joseph p. llasekarl, assistant Director of Wharves, Docks and Ferries, who at tended tho Washington conference with General Goethals and Mayor Smith, fit l rtiwl 1. 1- ,i ... .' l"" ul"m0 xr mgn nanuung charges on Governmtnt Intlllciency. I of tho army shlpmmts would ,, , ,,, K. ... . .,- ;,...," ,. ,, - .u uuiiui uuouiuss, .ur. Ha&skarl declared. Ho estimated that about ninety cents per ton of export Is ' 'eft with tho business inteiests hero by ' the shipping. i ..,.' ." I MPrrt Id CntYl.lll nw .. ..nn. nnA . ... num.. II 1 UHK OVitil"" w here," said the assistant Director. "Our facilities aro equal to any port and that Is putting tho matter modestly. Tho first step to be taken against tho charges are to obtain somo facts and llgures." Indignation at the announcement of P'T"1 Go,e-th?IS s "rcsseJ "- by James K. Lennon, president of Fe- iect Councils. f.uv eminent Criticized , ,. , . ." T1 uetermination I t,d r rnlnato against tho port of Phlla- delphla," declared Mr. Lennon. "Therol Tlieio is an apparent determination is no leason Whv tbft ("invprmnont nlmiil.l ' ufe tlln excellent facilities here. ' "IC t,in Government Is as reckless with "' expenditures in handling export busl- , ncss iw it was In buildlmr Hog Island I 9t .":?' .th?t expenses u.o too great VW2 Ho explained that Mayor Smith's dec laration that an Investigation should bo started wns for the purpose of ascer taining why there existed a high cost of handling trade through thl3 poit. Tall Fatal to Salem, N. J., Man Joseph Barrow, of Salem, N. J., who was iounu suuering from a fractured skull, at Tenth and McKean streets i nursuuy TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES C'??B?,A James. Leamio Island, and Tearl U. Ahn. 102.-. Pflllnn ut I Ar,K,ol, Masssro. 1222 H. Juniper st . and Dorahl It Uliinclmrd. V S . Tanm-ox, in . ana Marusrot J. Hill. : :i-u rs l'runl.-l William II. MeTadden. 1' H N'.. ir,a Jack, i . son St.. and Ljdle It. oKel. 2037 Emily et. Llevvellvii O. Morear. 1423 N. Hoblnson bt.. anil Marv V. Anrloron,. -.T xr -..u . William Hern leh.i 2182 N. Hancock st.. and Slarlo Winter, diaj N. Jlancoclt at. Benjamin Itosen. Camden. N. J., and Ross Cooper. Camden. N. J. Frames Bronze Leather Crystal HOLIDAY SPECIALS Cof :snELL0"s' 7o "" a.50 1ACTORY SMOKERS of th best known llrsnd In Town, OK Boe .if 60 B.O "n'i.8.- . ' """ 3.SO EL TORO, Prldi'ifVirto'Weo". 2 oe Be of SO T.iO .YJY7?r4. " "i Humloors,. '-0 DURHAM DUI'Ijix DOMINlt Oo RAZOR, at Onlnt OUC DURHAM DtJPLEX DLiDES 40r.' 50 packare WC Finest Assortment of Pipes In Town ail ftnrnrlntntlr Low rHeM NOW Don'l walLtVonUI Much More Later II ay Iar nrr.v. 1 n.l- flLI.J . norma regiment In red vv. Herry. t'. S A l'ort Adams w ar w I'eauo. uuuuiuuns ana u ni v iiiiui. "ri 'atV'"- wood R ' ' d A ScSlflJu: ' lower their bids." prtoVec? ,r0I(.icOrntt tSSSlPZn 1S alsowounded'in! U fa? -.J , r; p7 .""" , .earlndtThooirbul.nS. '"wh Si tion, tailing ut tha Oottblel ijom, V.V 7?n.1i jtffiow, ave ,ul Slll ' ,le'1 nt ' rc'lle"t "f I'orlugal entered the liouso ho received the "urprl, V Ilntlpir 11:.! . u-nn.i ... u ut w . .. uiiiuiiiiru .tMiitirilll WHO "I- nuuii- -o in iitiuoe. iiii syiiuiiiUH. MAYOR REFUSES TOASRNEWBIDS Indiealcs He Will Not Move Against Vare Street Clean ing Price ALL LP TO DATESMAN I Holds It Is Not His Business ' to Give Orders to His Directors i 'f never order my directors to do onTthlng," That was Mayor Smith's renlv todav I when asked If ho would order Director of Public Works Datcsman to readver tlso for street-cleaning bids for tho two central districts. Senator Varo hid the hitherto unheard of sum of $1,500,000 for tho two (lis-' tricts, and when Director Datesman, un- ! der pressure of public opinion, sought I new bids, Varo lopped 510,000 from that ' amount. I Tho slight reduction mado by the Senator is taken as nn open defiance of city officials. His action was tho prin cipal topic of discussion In City Hall today. "Tho Senator has put it straight up to the Mayor," waB tho way the sit uation was generally described. Mayor Smith was reached at his Glen. Btuo nomo tins morning. Sloyor Questioned "Mr. Mnyor," ho was asked, "are you going to order Director Datesman to readvertiso for bids for thn tun , tral districts?" "I never order my directors to do unj thlng," lie answered. "The lliillltt Dill directs how tho city Is to bo run." "But therp is much comment about mo smanness of the reduction mado bv fcenator Vare In his bid," tho cltvs1 executive was told. "I know nothing about it," was his j answer. "I was In Washington j ester day. I didn't even know tho bids were i to bo opened yesterday. I wouldn't I even discuss the matter with jou " ' Senator Varc's 1019 bid Is tho only j uiiu niuin uiKiicr man mis jear and in many Instances estimates nre lower than at present. For cleaning the stnets of the tntlro city under former Mnvor niankenburi; In 1912 onlv $l,511,i)00 was paid According to Director Datesman. tho contracts will not be avv.u ded today I' "As It IS a matter Involving millions of 1 1 dollars, It warrants my earnest con-1 slderation," tho public work department i head said. Seems No .Surprise Beforo refusing to cut lib, original csthnnto of $l,500,0u0 for next vear Senator Vnrr was a frequent vliltor nl the olllces of Major Smith and Director Datesman, and the final llgures appar ently proved no surprlso to theso ofll- olfllw I'rtivtni- 'l u tt,rt lilr-1, 1.1, .Tnou l tho face of luiisinau' v iuiu u l' , tho face of l).ii.sinau'rf omy" plan of cutting mln: other troublesome olaus. linum labor und lauses out of the specifications, it leaves Senator Varo In tho position of being the only stieot cleaner to defy the administration. Dehpito Senator Vare's demand fur a J139.000 net Increase over his record breaking payments of the present year Director Datesman has as j et made , no comment on the estimate Today he Is scheduled to confer with Mayor Smith, ( but no definite action Is anticipated, us j several dnys are usually allowed to i elapse between the awurd and the open ing of bids. In turning down tho original Varo bid, Director Datesman In a written btatement declared: "Anlysls shows that lu the districts rejected It is evident that the higher prices hi ought by war conditions and the recent epidemic govetner nnd that ontlelpaud lower prices due to peace conditions were not considered. It In expected that the rcadvertlsement at : b ' ta-j, bejnupijd hr my jwo tlmo when rapid readjustments nro be- i0rt for spooks" ot all kinds. Tha win ing made In tho labor situation In this dows wero broken, tho doois sacged from vicinity will enable bidders to adjust F!SfoXKt&?iar ji-, .hit ainsmi i mm suit- r, vnv..e I'Uiiei missed u a wide margin JJtrQdJJWElL 8f Q. Old Jewels Modernized . Business Men Lunch Here Because they are not detained or delayed through slow serv ice. The quiet, dignified, rest ful atmosphere permits them tolelax and enjoy their mid day meal. . I tS 1 ZZ n!i J A' BCustomSliHts 0 Stylo ft lit guaranteed Write ir samp es and measurt ment lilnnks THE I.IIILRTY 8IIIKT CO. 23 H. 8th St.. 1-hlla.. Pa. TALKING MACHINES REPAIRED Everybody's, 38 N. 8th St rrmerlr mo y.lon, Bt. Open Frl.ft Rat.Err. Pipeiess Heaters Save 30 of Coal Installed Complet OTTO STEINACKER SPSS N. 8th St. Tloga 4S7 M.W ED HUN TING BRITISH FLAGS :3 ft 3x3 ft .si.nn txii ft so.oo . 4.SO I fixH ft 8.S0 (win rt . Kii.no 12xlS In . on sticks 23ci 'J4x3fl In . Me Louii Kink & Sors, 5G N. 7th-St. Quaker City Flag Co., 7 S. 10th St. DAINT rvii : Atm . BOXES M. OILS AND water COLORS Outfits for I Drawing, Pastel, Pyrography, Model' inn, Bra Crnft Work. TRENCH PEN-PAINTING TAl'E.sTKl-1'AINTING 4 STENCILING F. WEBER & CO., 1125 Ch"f ' T- i H0fNS 1 1 1217 Mar Ret St.U S-. W. Cor. 13th & Filbert Sts. , ft Shirts, i Mill IU H, Smart anil clever representatioii of Hie hlllrt mtikerS irt iv II shades. hoi'uin nnos. Pi,.. Killc Slliirt Hnllue nf Philn OPEN VA ISIMiS J Large Fireside Rocker $10.50 or Chair SpanNb leather. All eolorx. Worth J.lli. Sold on (he Clab Plan UNION FURNITURE CO. ?,&. Open SnturdajN Until 0:30 P. JL .l'REE AUTO nm.irBRV Special l I British Flags hti WORLD'S AVAR FLAGS All Sizes Flags Kepaired Flagpoles 100 Ft. Long m i i' 1 MS PBr: 9F r i McCURDY'S M l,Mm, Pnelnvv ntlfl SfnfA' Hr " PI 105-07 N. 9th St. LOWEhT PRICI rlione Illliert 8.IIS Estnblt'Isl Mnco IBftt HAUNTED HOUSE TORN DOWN HouseuroiKer Milken InterenUnt DikCOTery Wlille DNiiumtllnjc Old DnrlUnc Tor Minrs a certain house In the suburb 9 i.e., iV. r-pnniHtlrm of boine haunted. x. Tli u.ri rirnunml nnorH. I.ilil Zl.i vart nuo, ev Plnkertkii. of SuJI Wist Vork Street. - tch ,1 JEWELERS-SILVERSMITHS The Removal Of The Government War Restrictions Will Enable Pa trons To have Un. fashionable Jewel ry Re-set in At tractive Platinum Mountings. Con. sultation Is invit ed. Sketches Of Suggestion Submit ted. V MODERATE PRICES DAILY SPECIALS Vetetn. PUtler, .50 I Meat Pl.ttcr ...75 Fih PUllcr ....75 I Chicken PUt.,$li5 SUNDAY SPECIALS Chicken Platter $1.25 Meat Platter $1.00 Turkey Platter ..$1.50 We may be a little hard to tocati, but you'll be e'ad you found ut. OBLfiOCfiT staiiY-jiiMs,x ADWGllMML 1 SECOHDLOG9Lm0 w v i m & .i 'fi X, -N-n .',; 'tl M j i 'k v ' . " . i -,. i - vj.'' H ,JW. .ITlfxJ. "! n-- .-, I K RVS' J tf- f. . j& m A . r" v. .t , riH .v ., , - '