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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, J918
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, ,HAS lte NAMES
Geonre Waihtnirton WhUttnr, 10S0 Snnnom
street. rh.iad.phla. Bant? di Ahreto. Fltti
jiunrhi John J. Hushes, lfal Park avenue,
rhlladfllphlai Clarence Parker, Paollt Wil
liam Hamsey, Pamona; Kdward uunla.
iSprlnfi-tlale: deorae Henry, 1430 South Chad
wick Pireei. I'nimaeipniai josepn .nuitii
4USTII il 1 g s.
TntMo (Jvi Paul
Derrlnaerj Howard II llaymont.
wiiDert ji, nowiana aim norm
atreet, rnuaaeipniai uussni
1148 of These Were Listed
Frarkvlllaf John H Mlljer,
t.1 1 (. I t n ii sail
Paul Hlonaker. 37 South Fifteenth street
199x KILLED IN ACTION
Seventy-five Die of Wounds,
Thirty of Disease and 274
Washington, Dec 10.
" General Pershing's list of casualties,
reported by the War Department today,
otat 1723, of which 00 wero marine
corps casualties. -In the Army ,170 were
klited inunction, while Oio marine corps
buffered a loss of S3.
Summarized to date the losses are:
Pled of wounds
ilttf of disease.
I'slmt In action
Reported Dec 10
. . . . ...
I Qrnnd totals 1.003 122,900
j, OrriCKKS' "LIST
i," Wiled In Action
pEUTENANTS 3ujr Wesley Canady,
South Atlanta, On.: Marvin 11. Btalnton,
Lajurel, M1m ; Chester W. lluchanan, Wash
ington. U C ; Ednln It. Kstep, Cicero, III:
William J. KeaAtng. Raltlmore. Md : Joseph
O.iKreutz. Tacoma. Wash.: Leo P. McNa
mart. Ida Orove, la,: Wendell F. Prome.
Blovx City. la : Hubbard M. Smith. Hender
BOffTllte. N. C.
") Dlet of Disrate
LIEUTENANTS Walter ltlley McCartr.
Rwhester, N, Y. Ernest A. Ware, Summer
Died of Wound
Philarielrihlfl Itarrv Arnnld. Washlnaton!
Stephen llahut. IMS Wood street, Phlladel-
selschmltt. carncK: i.i
Connors. LIH1 North VVarnock street. Phlla-
Alfred Fahrenhold, mckhi, mocks;
!. Martin Ra.tnni V1 1 am If. Vral-
Itopevell: James M. Tallmsn. Aroea
ueorge u. Martin Eastn:
Oalusha A Cook. Nicholson: Allison Cro-isa.
jIJTnnTENANrs William M Champaign.
Wellsboro. Pa.: Seth W. .Murraj. Newport
Neva, Va.. i
CAPTAIN Irvlh O,
IlilEUTENANTS John It dishing. Web
ster., drove, Mo.: James M. aulher. Camp
px, N. J.: Nell n. Watklno. Grand ItapldB
Mich : Lee k Jones. Plattevtlle. Wash :
I.ucullus Mitchell. Illlev Park. Pa : William
A, II. Trotter Knoxvllle, Tenn.: Ernest W.
Woodruff. Yonkcrs. N. Y.
Wounded, Derrre Undetermined
CAPTAINS rrederlo A. McCaro, Spring
II11I. W. Va.: Edward A Mnyvllle, Marl
nelta. Wis : Carml L Williams Chicago.
LIEUTENANTS Samuel Oeorge Boyco,
Lltt4 ltock, Ark : John Darwin lllunt, Htre
ator, III : William Alexander Cox, Folrvlew,
Kan : John Uerarrt Hardenburgh. Oxford,
N. J.' Clarenco n Houston. Methuen. Maes s
ItoV 13 Kynor. Humeston, la.: Charles El
liott. New York N. Y.: Earl W. Porter,
ClUcnuo. Ill : John Chrlstofferson, Port
Tovrnsend Wash : Leon U. Collier, Kirk
wood. Mo : Krapp Orton Han Francisco.
Cat : Clinton fitaley. Enfield. 111.: Baxter
C, Rlddlo, Bowline Green, S. C.
LIEUTENANTS Loroy It. Jacobs, nir
mhiBham Ala.: Oeorge Terry Murrajh,
Bhlloh. Qa.; Tomes M. Snyder Ileadlnir.
MUsInx In Action
LIEUTENNT1 nictiard W Fulton. New
, York: John W. McElroy. Rebecca, da.
Killed In Action
SEItn BANTS Hnrfard II. FranU. Allen
town: FtnnK .McOrall. Plttabursh.
pnnpnn AT.I . nnrtrn Struhen Kauker.
n North LlthBow street Philadelphia!
David M Thornton, camp lull.
PltlVATES Kobert K, White, Parnassus:
AnTn Chrlatv llrownsvlltet Tony Dl Vlttl.
Canonsbure. Patrick L. rerrv IUxleton;
John 'tire, uu iteen sxreei, rnuaqeipnia:
Ernest V. Haue 117, West Luray street.
Oermantown. Philadelphia: James Tailor,
Died of Disease
COOK Tohn M Shackelford Wllklnsburt.
PKIVATE William Cloo Illchey.
Died of Wounds
COIlPORAIi Joseph M. Helllnes, 3012
Ashburner street Philadelphia.
PIIIVATES William F, Anderson. Pula
ekl: Thomaa.W Hutterbaugh Lily: Ilussoll
Kllngensmlth. Leechburir: Benjamin Plun
kett. 3241 North Front street, Philadelphia:
Charles J Patiell. Phoenlxllle; Charles It.
, Butler. 2331 Worth Orlanna street. Philadel
phia; Nicola Clnalll Ieteon: Stewart L.
Clark. Pittsburgh, Edmund C. Ileyne, 050
North Lawrence street Philadelphia: Her
bert Leroy Plunkard, Butler: George W.
Snyder, Portland; Thorms Sullivan Pitts
burgh: Andrew John Qulnn, New Castle;
Ernest Cole, Media Leioy E. Qranlcher,
Bcranton: James I Jordan. Dunmore; Ches
ter E Waltmeyer, Stewartstown: For
"tunsto Yacodlno, I'll Montrose street. Phlla
f11nhlA; Banks Wilson. Mrel Henry V.
Ollland Smock: Herbert K. Pfander, 2223
Ann street, t Philadelphia: Thomas Clark
Schilling BrookUlle: James O. Walters.
Vanderbllt; Jnmcs Celmo, Trone: William
W. Booth, New MUford: Harold C. Booze,
1B31 Folkrod" street Philadelphia- Oscar a.
Ulosser. Wllllamstown: Harry F, Combs,
Nebraska: Henry F. Fasenmyer. Shlppen
vllle: Harry L. Frye, Brookvillo: Otha Meade
Oanoo. Clarion; Edward Sharpless, Eddi
stone: John Shaws, Pittsburgh; Mtko Itoam,
Moadvllle: Vincent Stellar, 1)10 North Sprlnc
SERGEANTS Thomas J. KHbrlde, 1413
Gorono street Phlladolphli: John 1) Ilod-
krln, Pittsburgh; John Atkinson, bharps
CORPORALS . lohn Doody, 1010 Mooro
street, Philadelphia; Norman It. CSrecne.
Conshohocken: Maximilian Schwarz, Cham
bersburg; Donald B. Horton, Wellsboro;
Frank, II. Brown. Brookvllls: Goorgo J. llarr
baugh, 2417 Wharton street, Philadelphia.
WAGONERS Roy Roan Dlmellng, De
catur; Thomas li. McCartney, Reedsvllle;
Frank T. Hand. 0523 Ludlow street. I'hlla-
epRIVATES John McVay, 2785 Oakford
' atreet. Philadelphia: John Joseph Medrow.
010 Marlborough street, Philadelphia; Joseph
B Merz, Johnstown: aeorgo Mlnnlck,
Wllkes-Barre,.NU4uard ttllx. 1S4U Buan
street, Philadelphia: Meyer Podolsky. 120
North Mllllck street. Philadelphia; Lewis
Boss. Haxletoni Harry N, Sailors, Tyrone?
Peter Sasslho. Erie. Alexander W attack.
W ounded. Degree i Undetermined
SERaEANfS' Dennis Cooke. Eduards
lllot Ira C, Ludwlck Berks County: Oorro
H. McAbbey, Xork; Mitchell J. Dixon, Pitts
burgh CORPORAL1 Charles Hyduck. Wllkes
'Ilarro: John Frederick Itegnult, 2344 North
Nineteenth street. I'hlladclnhla; John r .
Coyne. Mlnookav ScoM F. Harvey. Tyrone; '
George Cochran, Pittsburgh; William E.
BUOLER Daniel D, Flnkbone, Reading.
PRIVATES Charles Howard, 232 Shunlc
street. Philadelphia; George Lehr. Potts
town: William McK. McAllister. Pittsburgh:
Claud II. McCracken. New Castle: Trsnk
Orlando. Pittsburgh: Joseph ,M. Plscltelll,
18.1 J Pouth Eighth street. Philadelphia: Jo
seph Sakavage, Wilkes-Barre; Edward H ,
Blncock. Unlontov.n: Antonio zerkas. 230.
Falrmount avenue, rnuaueii
Ilerkman, Lancaster County
'Jimblnff! Frert Addljion Durveal Thomas H,
Donahue. Ilomrrsvllle' Christopher Frell,
100(1 Hsrmar street Philadelphia.: Kdwrd
E Green, Altoona; Taut II. Golden, Boiling
Springs: Elmer E. Dettrlc'c. North Hampton.
CORPORALS Edward n Allen. 2813
South flxtr-thlrd street. Philadelphia: Fran,
ols P. McCormlck 2009 Oransbark street,
Philadelphia. Joseph Vincent McNeills. 10SO
Columbia Avenue. Philadelphia.
riUVATES Adoiph E. Horden, Shenan
doah! Frank C. Johnston. Elk .County!
Gorge Knight. Bcranton! Robert A. McBrlda.
catasnnua; John J. McDonough Carnegie!
Edward A. McOlll. SB0 North Twenty-sev.
enth atreet. Philadelphia: Stanley Robert
Mathews. Pottsvllls: Dantel Nleewanger,
Penn Run! Homer Latell Thomas. Bmeth
port: Oleason A. Weaver, Borlns; Grove:
Julian Yurgewlcs, Dickson City: Dan el l
Blust, Mechanlcsburgl Hae ltaney. Sidney!
Roy b Hewitt. Claysvlllej Martin Emmelf
Hill. Cfasvllle: Otto J. ltlppell. Washing
ton Missing In Action
SERGEANTS Jacob F. Hartfanft. Leder-ach-
Irvln C. Miller. Hanover. ,...
CORPORALS Norman D AUrJIi..''""?'
Arthur D Hoops. Grove City: William L.
PRIVATES William rUraeseker.Mey
ersdalo; Joe Costa. Wlnnber- Caslmlr Be
hauehunas. Simpson! Uriah Woodley. Card
Ington: Rowland D. Bennett, runxsutawneir;
Sreso Clark. Hyano: John M Cummlngs.
8310 North Howard street. Phi aelnhla:
James II. Davis, North nraddocki Frank
aatto Bear Fsilstoray ltH'l." Peran
ton: Lewis L Kaufman. 48 Bouth Fifty
eighth street. Philadelphia: William J. , Lsv
tor. 2402 Ingersoll stree. rhllsdjlphls..
Thomas Monstacho. Shenandoah: Peter J.
Mullen, Connel'avlllei Charles n. Noel. Han.
over- Albert nrsvhvsr. 27211 Kast Cambria
street. Philadelphia; George Saivloe Lan
caster: Ernest 8nv(ler. Eastoni Paul Bad
Iiito 440 North Seventh street. ildI;
niiia- John Fletcher. Northumberlanil:
PhkVle. "kve-'ev Johnson: Oil clv- Joseph i L.
Kohlman. 4100 Brown trt Phyftd''"hla.
Raymond C. Mansrsn. Wllkes.narre: Harrv
Manusevltx 410,Watklns street .Ph j,,g,,
nhla. Ssntho Piano. SwAr"v.Sri ano
N Revnolds. Newport: Charles oinoie,
wiiisJ in A Mian
E Welnshultz. Jersy wuy.
Hlghtoni William W. Hewitt. St.
Missing lit Action
i r,,yATEl Frederick U Alderman. Wil
lis, Walker Ruston Maury, Charlottesville.
The following marine corps casualties nro
rerorted by the command ng general of the
American expeditionary torcea:
Killed In anion ji
D ert of wounds rccahed In action 12
Died of disease , 3
Wounded In action severely In
jn hands of enemy. . ...,,, 2
Missing In action 1
Killed In Action
SECOND LIEUTENANT Robert C. Bab.
cock, s-an Francisco. Cal.
Died of Wounds Received In Action
SECOND LIEUTENANT Vincent A,
Brady, New York.
Died of Disease
MAJOR Fredeitck F. Corrle. no next of
Severely Wounded In Action
FltlST LIEUTENANT Wjle J, Moore.
Bowling Green. Me.
Killed In Action
PRIVATE Joel C. Hinckley. Bear Lake.
Died or Wounds Received In Action
ntlVATE Fred J. Renkln Pittsburgh.
Killed In Action
ntlVATE John W. Weir. Orange.
Died of Wounds Ilecelvrd In Action
riUVATE Charles J. Davidson, Morris
Miss Thomas 'Backs Women in
Demand for Salary
pntVATES RalPl Conen. mnin."j
fe'fr.SS'ffiSff.r City; Otto
TtleA nf WOUIUIS
rnnnnnlT Tnhn C. Lang. West HobO-
l!epRIVATES-0.car Brown. Newark: Doml.
nlcka Callero J-usssioi HV""';i?. niuiiHrSi
rusabelh,: Pletr? Marllno. Newark. OlusePP.
jL-aperorsi. iii. 'a,--,-01 ill .ir.kt rmden
Sa55d,8'n?ftS"pK.t 0: Herbert- Wa'ltfrS:
Quinton: John E. MeEvor. East Orange: An.
tonlo Ncle, Elisabeth.
SERGEANT Harry V. Barkalow, rree-hBUOLtlR-WaUer
Ernest. 020 North Fifth
8 PRIVATES Tony Roslco. Orantwood: An
driw Rapolll. JerJey City: Harry Simon.
Wonnded (degree undetermined)
SERGEANT"? Ferdinand J. Beaumont,
IlBckensnek Frank C Momtghan. Harrison.
PRIVATES William Haward. BurMngtor:
Frank II Servls Princeton: James Francis
Taylor. Jersey City: Charles Galosh 'Perth
Amboy; Tony Gordon, Harrison; WUllim
Boone. Atlantic Highlands; Ireneo CroU,
dORPORALS Edward II. Decker. Jersey
City John P Smith. Menlo Park
BUOLER Henry R. White. Sea Bright
PRIVA TE3 Allan J. Stark. Jersey City;
Peter Zdancewlcz. Freehold.
Missing In Action
SERGEANT Charles P. Robertson. Jer-
T.TI T r A TEH CTftftr,
Samuel Auerbach. 318 Kalghn avenue,
Sled of Disease
PRIVATE James P. Arthur. 609 Church
Died of Wounds
PRIVATES Charles E. Clugston,
port: Glenn W. Cordrey, Deimar.
Killed In Action
CORPORAL Frank M. Fritter. Brooks
PIUVATES John It. Cartwrlght. Rich
mond: Irvln T. Mankln. nichmond.
Died of Dlseale-
PRIVATE Ueorgo Darrow Grim. Stephen
Died of Wounds
PRIVATES Henry V. Byers, Hopewell:
Sam J. Price Pamplln: Ira P. Wllhelm.
Colllerstown- Edward O, Jordan, Richmond:
Oarnett C. Williams, Galax: Robert L. Gary.
Richmond: William Graves. Petersburg; Rob.
frt w Paachel. Edsertom Charles E. Rus
sell. Blackwater: Benjamin Rhotan. Lynch
port: William A. Sublett. Whlto Gate.
SERGEANT Clem U Irvine. Colliers-
town .. . , ..
cujiruiiAL .Mcuoy a. 1'ierce. jiucKnorn.
Wounded (degree undetermined)
SERGEANT Rees M. Russell, India,
PRIVATES Wylle It. Ktowers. Coal
Creek; Joseph M Topping. Fairfield; Alex
andria Johnson. Kents Store; Robert Earl
Cubbage, Harrisonburg; Henry Ray, Carlton.
CORPORAL Thomas J. Taylor. Rich
PRIVATES Benjamin r. Dugar. Peters
burg; Alanzo II. Keeton. Red Oak: William
Miss M. Carey Thomas, president ol
Dryn Mawr Collece, told the women
teachers of Philadelphia In a meeting
at William Penn High School last night
she was heartily In sympathy with their
efforts to organize publlo opinion In bo
half of tho bill to be introduced In the
Pennsylvania LetHslatura In January
which. If passed, will give tho teachers of
the State a 25 per cent Increase In sala.
rlcs during: the next two years' She said
It was a step that should have been
taken long ngo; that It was tardy and
lnsumclent Justice long cvordue.
President Thomas recommended that
the teachers of tho State endcaor to
haa paid them tho followlnu snlarles.
The maximum salary of tho class
teacher, $1000, with an lncreaso to $1800
In twenty years: heads of departments
2600; principals of large schools.
14000 or S4500; entrants In high schools,
$1300, with a maximum for class teach
ers In high schools of about $2800 ! heads
of high school departments, $3600; dis
trict superintendents, $6600 ; associate
superintendents, $7500; superintendents
of schools, from $12,000 to $15,000, with
directors and assistants to receive cor
Resolutions demanding of the Penn
sylvania Legislature that adequate ap
propriations be made to give the school
teachers tho raise In pay they arc asking
for wero adopted yesterday by tho Phll-adelphla-N'ew
Jersey Methodist Preach
ers' Meeting In the .Wesley Building,
OLD THIRD WONT
LOSE ITS ARMORY
Regiment Not Legally Ex
istent, hut Sentiment
Concerning It Is
HAS PUBLIC SUPPORT
Boys on Return Will Be Wei-
coined in South Broad
Roper Picks Revenue Solicitor
Washington, Dec. 10 (By A. P.) D.
M. Kelleher, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, a law
partner of Senator Kenyon, and until
recently an attorney for the war trade
noirn, ha been rr-citnmen.Iert h" iy,
solicitor for the internal Revenue Bureau
retire January 1.
Legally, the gallant old Third Infan
try Regiment of Philadelphia docs not
cilst, but when the boys wno added new
laurels to tho fame of that organiza
tion return homo the doors of the
armory at Broad and Wharton streets
will be opened wide and eterans who
carried the regiment's flag In other wars
will say "welcome home."
There Is no law that gives to the
veteran-) a right to do this, but publlo
sentiment v. Ill support them and. If
necessary, enact a law that will sole
And troubles they have, for when
Uncle Sam called the Third Regiment
Into the national service and Incor
porated It Into tho 110th Regiment, it
left tho armory, worth $250,000, tenant
lesa and apparently without legal owu
ers Having ceased to exist ns an organi
zation the old Third, if the law Is In
terpreted literally, would bo without a
home when It returns to Philadelphia,
but, thanks to Judge Martin, of Com
mon Pleas Court No 6, the heroes of
Chateau Thierry and tho Argonno will
march Into the armory and hang up
After that the State Legislature will
bo asked to make provision for the
housing of the men.
Status to lie Determined
The status of tho old regiment, so
far as the ownership of Its property
Is concerned, is jet to be determined,
but George Russell, a veteran of tho or.
ganlzatlon, assures our boys In France
that the armory will continue to bo
"Way back In 78," said Russell to
day, "Sylvester BonafTon and other
Phlladelphlans organized tho Third Reg
iment, N. Q. P. Through public sub
scription they raised sufficient funds to
erect the nrmory, and slnco then the
Escapes After Attempt
MAKES ROPE OF SHEETS
property has been hold In tho name of
the officers of tho regiment.
Tho State Incorporated this holding
company, nnd stipulated that tho board
of officers of the Third Regiment, Na
tional Guard of Pennsylvania, should
hold tho armory so long as It was main
talned for military purposes. Along
iiuiu i no ur iuiu, 11iLi.Ua any unuwoni ll rt 1 trv
tho ofneera nnd men marched an ay to Mail bllSpCCtcd as DcSCftcr
II. a Mn( I A
"An odd situation developed-, for there
wni nobody left to enre for tho prop
erty. Sylvester Bonnffon, llrat colonel
of the regiment, becninc Interested, and
In a petition filed with Judge Martin
naked that trustees bo nppolntod to
handle tho business nffalrs of tho regi
ment until. Its otllccrs returned from
tho front, judga Martin appointed Colo
nel BonalTon, .Charles T. Cresswcll,
James Robinson, Charles J Hendler.
John T. Small and mvself to act as
Rented to Government
"Wo rented the nrmory to the Gov
ernment for $18,000 11 car, and hao
liquidated many of tho regiment's debts
"Now tho question comes up concern
Inp tho futuro status of tho regiment.
Legally, It does not exist, and the Stato
nay not recognlzo the National Guard.
To hold the property as a homo for tho
bos In thai regiment who did such
noblo work In France It may bo neces
sary to enact special legislation.
"Nothing can bo done until the boja
return and wo determine our futuro
military policy. But the armory, de
spite theso technicalities, will continue
to bo tho homo of the veterans. Wo
hope that a new Third Regiment can
bo organized, and If that is done the
problem will bo Bolved without enacting
Facing Action hy Federal Au
thorities. Slides From Third
RAPS FEDERAL CONTROL
Former Senator Burton Sees Re
sultant Era of Selfishness
Government ownership would create
a class that would constantly be going
to Washington for RelOh purposes, de
clared former Senator Theodoro E Bur
ton, before tho Contemporary Club In the
tlellcvue-Stratford last night. Mr Bur
ton, former Senator from Ohio, In presi
dent of tho Merchants National Bank,
The subject wafl "Democracy, Its
Possibilities and Limitations " Mr. Bur
ton said that Bolshevism has bigotry as
Its stock In trade. Ho said there aro
colonies of Bolsheviks In tho United
States, but does not bellevo they are
Prof. Augustus Raymond Hatton,
lecturer on political economy, declared
the United States no longer leads In
democracy. Ho said England, Franco
and other countries nre leaders.
Still weak from a sotf-lnfllcted bullet
wound In the abdomen, Orover Cleve
Inml Brown, suspected ns a deserter
from tho nrmy, osc-iped from Hnhne
mnnn Hospital early today hy nlldlne:
from tho third floor on a ropo made
Brown shot himself the night of No
vember 23 In his room nt 625 North
Twelfth street, hut the cause of his sup
posed attompted sulcldo Is not known by
He was taken to Hahnemann Hospital
In the patrol wagon from the Eighth
District police station. Tho bullet was
removed through an operation, nnd he
has been rapidly recovering for a week.
It is apparent that he hns been planning
to escape for Beverol days, as ho col
lected six sheets from tho beds In tho
ward to mako his ropo
Brown tied one end of tho sheets to
tho radiator nnd threw tho other end
out tho window. Tho police believe ho
had the sympathy of other patients In
tho wnrd, ns thero was no outcry from
nny of them when ho got away. His ab-
sence was not discovered until a half
hour after, he was gone. No trace of
him could be found,
Brown Jb twenty-six years old. He
waa being held to be turned over to
the Federal authorities as coon as he
was strong enough to leave tho hospi
tal. Tho iollco also wanted him on a
chargo of ntt-mptl!.n' suicide.
Rnilrond Sues for 3.2 1
Atlantic City, Dec. 10 Suit has been
begun by tho Pennsylvania Railroad In
tho District Court against Joseph C
Smith, a prosperous dairy proprietor, for
tho recovery of $3 21 and Interest from
March 14 to date. The company alleges
that on the date mentioned Mr. nnd Mrs.
Smith rodo from Jersey City to Atlantic
City via Philadelphia upon a ticket that
was good for transportation only upon
the New Jersey side of the river.
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THE road to Paris was wide, wide open.
The Prussian Guard moved forward.
Two days march, and the city would be in
their murderous hands.
Only a handful of Americans rushed over
in motor lorries stood between the Hun
and his most coveted prize.
If those Americans boys you used to crowd and
jostle on your own streets had given an inch the
Kaiser would be in Paris now instead of Holland
BUT, instead of going backward with the
others, the Americans went forward!
Instead of delaying that advance of the
Prussian Guard, they halted it forever. ,
On that day Germany was Defeated:
the Retreat began; Peace cameinto sight
Over in the Hospital, a few weeks ago, lay a
wounded Marine Orley M. Dunton one
of the boys vvho was there. His story of
what happened is in December Hearst's. He
calls it "Mussing Up The Prussian- Guards'
IF you are satisfied with the dull, long old
fashioned magazine "article," you won't
want Hearst's this month or any other.- But
if you prefer short vital bits of history in the
making articles more interesting than any
fiction don't fail to read Private Dfunton's
story in the December Number of
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