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203 U.S. SOLDIERS
HILLED IN ACTION
Day's Casualty List From
Pershing Carries Total
of 1597 Names
1190 ON WOUNDED LIST
Men Missing in Action Placed
at 204 in Total Compiled
Washington, Dec. 11.
General PershlnB's list of casualties,
reported by the War Department today,
totals 1697, of which 203 were klllod In
notion, 204 are llted as mlaslne in ac
tion nnd 1190 aro wounded.
Summarized, the losses to date are:
niSa J" actl2n 203 24, B34
Bled of wounds II. 140
Died of disease 13.884
Died of accident, and other
causea ., .. 1918
Missing- In, action (Including
Wounded 1100 1)3.016
Grand totala 1507 123,801
Killed In Action
LIEUTENANTS Frank Luke. Phoenix.
Aria.! John Edward Mitchell. Cedarhurat.
JJ. V.: Victor II. Wallln. WaBhburn. N. D.:
S5.VlM.i .Meyer- Andnver. -N. .T . and
Vothwell 11. Kane, Fort Worth, Tex.
CAPTAINS Walter L. Halaht. Ilaclne.
!'. : F'H1 Nutwell Starllng-a. Annapolis.
Md.i Llod Harlow Cook. Salt Lake City,
fan,Jte0. D- Applevvhlto East St. Loilla,
111. I qharlea D. Illrkhoad Waco. Tex.i
Oeorae It. Uaker.-Tomahavv It. Wis.; Walter
1.. Donohue, New York city: Pharlea A.
rnorpe. Alta Loma t'al , and Harrison o.
Be-cher. Tacoma, Waah.
LIEUTENANTS Claris n. Gamble. St.
T.ouls. SIo.: Stanley W. Hall. Saxonvllle.
Maaa ! Maxwell McKeen, Eaaton. Pa : Mllea
M. Parmley. Urbana. Ill : Udmond K. Whit
alter. San Antonio Tex.j William Couch
"'.. Weatpolnt, Va,: Alexander B. Her
mu Hnolda. Ind.i John A. Schaefrer.
Fleetwood, Pa.: Horace O. Drleht. Boston,
,..?. P'orire E Drahelm, Beaver Dam,
Wis.: Marvin James Menefee, Luray, Va :
Harvey W. Wilson. Boston, ilaae Acorn
Howard. Ulster .County. N. Y.: John j.
Owens. 32T North Wilton street. Philadel
phia, Pa.; Lloyd n. ltoutwell. Ghendale.
Klrkwood Mo : Appleton Gregory. Albany.
JJi T.: William C. Coleman. Athens, Tex.:
Edward O. Hell, Waterbury. Conn : Henry
O. Fowler. IlrookUn N. Y., and John Han
dolph, Lynchburtr. Va.
Wounded (Decree Undetermined)
CAPTAIN Tracy Baker, Independence,
LIEUTENANTS Elner Johnson. St. Paul,
Minn.: Mjron Hall Farmer. Newman, Ua.,
Frank A. Gale. Montclalr. N. J.
LIEUTENANTS Rudolph Wllllim Sand
burr. Olean. N. Y.: Curtis L Sparkman.
rampa. Fla.; Foster W. Steams, Boston,
Mlanlnc In Action
LIEUTENANTS William D Walsh Ot
tawa. Kan.; Francis V. Yates. Edijewood.
II, I.: GeorBo O. West. Chicago. III.: Karl
O. West. Jloorestown. N..J.
Killed In Action
SEIIGEANTS William L Bosnyshelt.
404S Chestnut atreet, Philadelphia: Paul G.
. CORPORALS Harry L Furry. Latrobe:
Alexander H. Kuhns, Oil City; Ervln O.
hhefter, York: Raymond Francis Knighton,
PRIVATES John J Coen. 3010 Dexter
street, Philadelphia: Harry F. Dietrich,
Reading". William J. Kelly, 214 West Thayer
.street, Philadelphia: Frank Morg-an. Nantl
coke: Stephen Maauk. 813 North American
atreet PhMadelphla: decree E, Jtnurfer,
Dlllabure: Frank n. Painter, -. Jottstown:
William Rose, Soranton, Elro'L. Wiley,
Hunter .Run; William Drunmond. Man
lielm: Thomag Howell, rinleyvllle: William
Kltto, Altoona, Frederick I.lngenfelzer.
Ilrailford, John R. McAlee, Elk County;
Walter E. Meier, Knox. Joseph J, Quirk,
Snoushoe, Morris Holutskj, lilt Cuthbert
atroet, Philadelphia; Frank L. Vock, York:
Patrick E P. Collins, McICeesport; Alfonso
1)1 Tasquall, ltula: Daniel Henkel. Con
ilellsvllle; Jacob lltttrlck. Sharon; Donald
W. Hill. Plttsuursh; Stephen Mlchalskl, 100S
N'ow Market street. Philadelphia; August K.
Nodler. Geneva: Junes 8. Rose, 3S10 North
Darlen street, Philadelphia; Harry Sandow,
3011 Oormantown avenue. Philadelphia.
SERGEANTS Earl Jl. Relnert. ReadlDB!
Louis lbberson I.) kens, Charles M. Hoff
. CORPORALS Charles Andrew Waod.
Mechanlcsburir: Foster F. Hlteshew. Cam
bria; Oscar J. Hchwenntwr Klttannins- Al
bert I.enla. Woodlawn: Joseph H. Maj,
Ileaver: Geora W. Brader, Bethelehem:
William Klala Jr . M.'O Elkhart street,
Philadelphia; William II. Cralj. Pitts
bursh. MECHANIC Daniel W. Alvord, Scranton.
PRIVATES Spencer Sehaerfer, Heading-;
Dewey A. Shlvelj. New Brighton; John
Sterlock. Aude-i.-M): Tletro Aranla 3 J
South Seventh street, Philadelphia; Horry
Brick (J11 Dudley street, Philadelphia; War
ren A Laucks. Cambria: William A. Bon
ner. York. C'aMn G Crum. Wikmore; John
II. Dettra. Kulpavllle: Frank A. Eje. 8433
Reese street. Philadelphia: Louis Lavln.
SHI Balnbrldgc street. Philadelphia; Clyde
J. Marks Jersey Shore; Timothy A. Rear
don. 34.'7 Westmoreland atreet, Phlladel
Shia: Warren S. Trlevel. Readlnir: Stanley
rollonskl, Qlen Lon; John H, Carter. Os
ceola; Edward Ward, Wextvlllo: Hyhester,
Albert rry, Iwlstown: William J. (lorakl.
Latrobe. Charlea R Hornlsh, Pittsburgh:
Hrent Kovesepln, 071! North Forty-drat
atreet. Philadelphia: Christ F. Clefer. 3433
Edgemont street. Philadelphia; Alfred A.
Crawford Uurnham: Harry Walter Cross,
llfll South Twenty-nlnth etreet, Phlladel
Phla: William J Harris. Peckvllle: Charles
S. Klrschman, 3123 Miller street. Philadel
phia: Stephen Rapaskl, Warrior Run: John
w. Hnrtman. Gettysburg; Harry Hclneman,
St. Clair Borough, Frank Parente. Norrls
town: Alexandra Pletrnngelo,. 741 Uilona
atreet, Philadelphia: Michel Thomas, Lost
Creek; Michael Lavltaky, Plttston; Oscar
I. one, Johnstown; Martin J. Mlloskl, Pitta
burKh; John S, walker, Mountalndale: Harry
Wallace 2020 Granite atreet, Philadelphia:
Llod Rrown Wertz. Weatport: Giuseppe
Gugllettl. 012 Captain atreet. Philadelphia;
Peter Kochuba, Wllkes-Barre; Edward Kot.
$fo B "(Drer "hvtt
and (Dvet (Lxxtrz
Fitted or unfitted toilet cases, $2.50 to $25.
Trench mirror i, 75c and $1.25. Sewing kits, 50c. Folding air
Military brushes, with or .without cases, $2.50 to $10. '
Money belts, 65c to $2.50. Folding wash basins, $1.25. Gillette
service razor, $5.
Wool mufflers, $1.50 to $5.50. Olive drab flannel shirts, $4 to
Dqmet and woolen pajamas, $2.75 to $7.
Wool blousette to wear under service coats, $6.50 and $8.50.
Leather puttees, imitation pigskin or calf, $8; Cordovan. $14.
Special puttees, $5. "
Raincoats, $18; wool lined, $35. Marine Corps raincoats, $16.50.
Handy kits, $3.50. Rain covers for caps, $1.
Woolen knitted vests, $6.50 and $8.50.
Sweaters, olive drab, $4, $5, $6, up to $10.
Jacob Reed.s Sons
lI4W CHESTNUT STiHLBST
klsty, Larksvlllet Mlctwel Lakosky, Frack
villa: Edward T, Sheppard, Folcrottl Sher
man R. Slier, York; Ottomar II. Ulrlch.
Erie: Jamea D. Ifarry, 48 East Springer
street. Philadelphia; Leon lllglow. 1221 Og
den atreet, Philadelphia; Loreto Dlmlo, 814
North Simpson street, Philadelphia: Whar
ton Drumheller, Pine Forge, William II.
Brcnnan, Jessop, William J. Adler, Glass
port, Joseph E. Frailer, Mclfeet Hocks.
Wounded (Degree Undetermined)
, SERGEANTS Peter F. Malloy, Lacey
vllle, Clarence .L Hendrlckson. Lanesloro
CORPOItALS4--John F. Conrad. 115 North
Dewey street, Philadelphia: Daniel M. Wolf
PRIVATES Archie II Chambers. New
Brighton: John C Cootea, Bridgeport:
Michael Coupe, 233 East Hlttenhouse atreet,
Germantnwn, Philadelphia, William Ce
rolles. Imperial: Francisco Fato North
Braddock, George A. Gerlach, 424 Sa
brook a.enue, Phllidrlphla, William A.
GIlmarMn. B1H East Wlldwood atreet, Phil
adelphia,: Fred It. aielchman. Dunmore:
John II. HelTner. Chaneford township!
.Michael B. McCabe. Shamoklm William
Russell, Hollsteodi Eugene T. Straight,
Matamoras' George Y. ltogel, Allentown;
William Warner, Coatesvllle; Frank A.
Webber." New, Brighton! William It. Baker,
lllalravllle; Dlght Vernon Balch, Westneld:
Edward Fitzgerald. 1230 South Hancock
atreet, Philadelphia! Edwin F. I'loger, Car
rick: Major B Williams, Chambersburgi
Steo Juvena. Sprlngdale: Frederick Kollra.
Scranton: Charlea I.exton, Media- Philip
Longn. Scrantnni William A Love. 1038
Morris atreet. Philadelphia: William J. Madi
son. 1411 North Twenty-flrat street. Phila
delphia; Salvatoro Zofrea, Shamokln.
SERGEANTS Elmer A. Jones, rijmouth:
Oeorge H List. Pittsburgh.
CORPORALS Frank L Follmer. Wln
fleld: George G. Gerhart. Perkasle; Parkor
li .Miner, laaviuei Ernest v, smeari.
Lilly! Alfred L. Turner. SOS w'eat I.ehlsli
aenue, Philadelphia: Charles J. Bauer.
J5 North Twentj-alxth atreet. Philadel
phia: John Bemer. Scrajiton: Eugene T.
Cunningham, Dushoro: Samuel A. (laydell.
Pittsburgh: Addison L Holmes, Holmes;
Carl A. Holetrom Pittsburgh: Fred W.
Jones, Hazleton; William Kramer. Pitta
burgh: Quay E. Miller, Pittsburgh: John
Mink, Neequehonlng. Charles Myers, 'J13J
East Fletcher street. Philadelphia; Cleon w.
l'eterman. Jamison uuy: L,awson Jeiera,
Missing In Action
SERGEANT Cro Ic C. Hill. Oreensburg.
CORPORALS natmnml F! Meridian.
Corryvllle: Carmen Most. Mocanaqua: Wli-
uain it varies juniaia: james a. jorann,
Scranton! Benjamin A. zlftsn. Stnwe.
PRIVATES Wllbert J Long. Mt. Pleasant-
Qulnto Marchettl. Pittsburgh: William
Matsavage, lleckerlon: Fred L. Monaghan,
Rphaft! Frank Prsudrvrn. Rrlo! Atnn Ault-
man. Qreenaburg: Charlea J, Daly. .277
Norm -tiny-fourth atroet. rh ade nnia
Ira M. FrankenTleld Coopershurg; Mer
liarronkln. UlL' .ortn Thirteenth streal,
Philadelphia; Angelo Caalano. 722 South
Front atreet, Chester: Jacob Dehnhard. 3008
North Stlllman atreet, Philadelphia: Giu
seppe Dlcello. Kano: Raymond Dlsslnger.
Auburn, Conrad Eggenberger GreelyaJohn
J. Hurley. 081 North Marshall street, Phlta-
uelDhla: ueorre H. Johnson. Lancaster
Speedy W. McCurdy. Indiana; John McGln
ley. Plttaburghi Albert 1, Simon. 2000 North
iiancocK street, rnuaueipnia.
Killed in Action
SERGEANTS Qeoree T. Kaiser. Jersey
tu; jonn j. Aianoney. jersey Ult).
t'ORPORALS William Dale. Paterson.
MUSICIAN Frederick W. Keller. New-
1'RIVATES Joseph A. Passalaqua, Clem
cnton. Jacob Smith. Paterann: Russell Har
rla. Allow ay Donald A. Pegg, Arlington:
(lloannl Toto. Newark! Salter S Clnrtr.
Westneld; lohn A. Miller. Newark; Basllo
SLUGEANTS Samson M Iforrneka.
Orange. Benjamtn Schwartz Newark New
ell li xaie. jersey uity; Aitred li. Hturaey,
CORPORALS Joseph A. Flanagan. Ash'
land Frederick Trlber. Newark
MECHANIC John E. Cullen Passaic.
PRIVATES Jamea A. Moran. Jersey
City: Benjamin Nnvokl. Arlington: David
van l.are. XNewarK: i arience c. uochlel.
Garwood: Dominica Monlco. 2030 High
atreet. Camden: Mike Prlatawko, Dover;
Louis A. Brlndaten Jersey t.ltv. Bertram
G. Brooks Jersev Cltv: i.ouls Capreta Sum
mervllle: Frederick Hermansky, West Ho
hoken: William II. Kuebler. Newark- Philip
W Muler. 'Mayetta: Hugh McConaghy. Sa
lem: Jamea Tansey. Perlla: John A. Farley
Callfon: Cvrll C. King. Elizabeth: Jamea A
MnnAchan East Orange! Alfred Johnston
Weat Hoboken; Ernrat Dlerliton, Silver
T,ake: Ft-anvc lllgernnemo Jersey Uliv
Joseph S. Fltzpatrlck, Elizabeth; Barney
Furay. jeraey Cltv.
Wounded, Decree Undetermined
CORPORAL Irvin C. Noxon, Wrights
town PRrVATES Harry II. Waller. West New
York: Nelson Davenport. Treadwell: William
O'Farrel, Paterson: Ernest r. Polrler, At
SERGEANTS Jamea J. Curley. West
New York: Oeorge Jack. Newark; Alexander
Wllliamaon Union Hill.
PRIVATE Telko Ljsy. Mllhllle.
Missing In Action
PRrVATES Frank Rlslca, Mlnotola: Fred
erick Abel, Atlantic City.
PRrV ATE Edward T. Lewis. NeT Castle.
Wounded, Degree Undetermined
PRIVATE Clarence L. Hilton. Newark.
CORPORAL Hollls Arnold Baltimore.
Fred R. Bow era Hagerstown.
PRIVATES Melvin I.. Schneider. Trost
burg. John Walter Rnaedale Joseph M.
Chaney. Dunkirk: John F Martlnuzzl, Balti
more; Harold R. Fuller. Hagerstown' Eman
uel Sachs Baltimore Iouis Campeggi. Ham
ilton: William A Bentz. Frederick: Lin
wood T. Ellla, Pocomoke- Robert Hilton,
Baltimore; Joe Dzlenick, Hlghlandtown,
Wounded, Degree Undetermined
PRIVATES William J. Hess. Baltimore:
John P. Watklna, Baltimore, Henry Schuck.
Killed In Action
PRIVATES Everett II. Murraj. South
Richmond: Trank L. Smith. Washington;
ururo ri. uearicK. i-etersourg- loe vv .
Jessie. Nlckelsvllle, Jamea K. Smith, Toms
SERGEANT Wayne It. Bennett, Jtana.-
PRIVATES Jackson O Lancaster Farm
vllle, Moses Zegeer, Mount Hope, Karl C
Peterfrlah. Staunton: Earl U Newman. Dar
byvllle: W'alter O Qulnn, Saltvllle; James A.
Sword. Rock Dell: John B1 Allen, Richmond;
Solomon O. Frazler. Nlckelavllle. John D.
Chattln. Chatham: Georee W Dudley. Wooa
rldge: L'onldas Snead Saltvllle: James H.
Toliey. Evergreen; John Martin. Speedwell:
Ernest R Matney, New River; Alfred W.
Brooks. Staunton; Irvin c. Harrell, South
Norfolk; Howard Gibson Warsaw: Lesley L.
Mason, Hoydton: Robert E. , Pound,
Robert W. Warner. Jasper; Joseph W, Bur
ger. Richmond; Tom Audrey, Richmond: Djvo
Clark. Delton: Henry R. Fulober. Crltz.
, Wounded, Degree Undetermined
PRIVATES Stdney Brandon. Toms Croek;
Otis Harlo, Reo Station: Charlie Maun,
Newport News; Seymour Williams, Phoebus,
EVENING PUkLIO LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY,
.n,nFJ!AJ's;rn:u,''Bi' 8- Flemlne. Clin
ton: Harry M. Roberta, Brownsville.
Missing in Action
PRIVATES Frank J. Mays. Barber: Jo
seph R. Slbert, Edlnbure; Salvln Fry. Hot
Springs; Maury M. Lake. Culpepper County,
Otho Simmons, Lone Fountain,
ADDITIONS TO DAY'S
LIST OF CASUALTIES
rm.n?.".hlnt,n' Dco- 11. (By A. P.)
The AVar Department adds the following
to today, list of casualties.
Slightly Wounded In Action. Previously Re.
ported Killed In Action
b(con;onAL William W. McVay, Waynea.
nllVATE William J. Furey, Sharon, Fa,
Wounded, Decree Undetermined, Previously
Reported Killed In Action
Returned to Duty, Previously Reported Killed
.triMF'TSf' Coachl. 8632 Sprague
Prisoner, Previously Reported Killed In Ac
tion LIEUTENANT rrank M, Reynolds, Bast
orange, N. J,
Died of Disease. Prerlonsly Reported Died
of Wounds Received In Action
SERGEANT Edgar W. Rowley. Railway.
" 'CORPORA!. Richard J Currle. 104 South
Foj:l.,:,econd atreet. Philadelphia.
PRIVATE Peter Seneski, Kulpmont. Pa.
Killed In Action (Previously Reported Missing
LIEUTENANT Jamea P. Over, 1303 Park
.1,11,1,,, x uiBuurKU.
mn-nniT t1. t n
uuiu-uual jonn B, O'Me a, 126 North
UomRO trAf llntHmnr. ..
rolomac street, Baltimore,
PRIVATES Sheridan C Broadwater. New
Germany, Md : Thomas Cooper, Newark,
rki;""y ' EflonK- Cok'v. Fa.; Irvin
....a. ..QiiiciBviue, i-a., aner u uood.
Lancaster Pa : Louis B Haden, Trenton.
N. J.: Willis Jackson, Chester. Pa.. Jamia
?ioJ(?n"- .Vewlatown, Pa: John Martlnkus.
?,t KsrJ.tt avenue. Scranton, Pa.; David
Jninflr Hi'd ""' '': Edwln Mlskell.
v.hr V'lPXreet, Philadelphia: George B
V'tnv"03 Crown atreet, Scranton, Pa.; Roy
aii i,,0"!""- Harrlaburs. Pa ; Jacob Veton.
?i-l!.Yln,1nn,?.troe,4. Philadelphia: Maurice a
Walsh. 107 West Twentj -seventh atreet, Bal
timore. Died of Wounds (Prcrloimlr Reported Mha-
-iiiBning in AClloni
PRIVATE Irvine R
Died. (Prerlously Reported Missing In Action
PRIVATE Clair Rlchwlne. Gardners. Ta.
Wounded Severely. (Previously
Mlaslnc In Action
..?R.tVA.7.F?.'-,IoJ,",,h Dl Scl'0- 13 Magee
street, Pittsburgh: Chester E Dunlap. Al
toona Pa ; Loula Eaterhal. Phoenixvilie. Pa.:
Harvey I. Johnston. Apollo. Pa ; Domonlca
Latella. 1204 Dickinson street. Philadelphia:
James Plants Washington. Ta : Frank lr.
Remy. 14 East Columbia nenue, Phllidelphla:
?.w.rdi.?f, p.rl!!Fer- 182S North Sixteenth
Sllghtlr Wounded (Previously Reported Miss
ing In Action)
CORPORAL James Franklin Wertz,
PRIVATES Earl L. Bitting, Pennsburg.
Pa.: Paul A Burke, Baltimore, Jonah Dick
eraon, Gladesboro, Va. ; Conn W. Terrell,
Shenandoah, Pa.; William Gallagher. Brad
dock. Pa ; John A. Gardner, Plttston, Pa,,
Jamea H. Harris, Coatesvllle, Pa,, John
Horensky, Rankin, Pa.; George L Oaom,
Cllffvllle, Pa : Carl Morgan, McKees Rocks,
Pa,: James Ross Hoot, Erie, Pa ! Charles
E. Woodward, Luiay, Va ; Aaron Cohen,
Wounded (Degree Undetermined; Previously
Reported Missing In Action)
CORPORAL Charles Croom, Durjea.
Kennedy avenue. Baltimore; Hugh J. Calla'
rmrAl&il ligwftru rj. liaucr.
nan. Chester. Pa.: George J. Coyle. utjll
North Twenty-first atreet. Philadelphia.
Luther Harrla. Lebanon. Pa : William J.
Menten. McKeesport. Pa.: William M Miller
Hlghlandtown. Md.: Truman M Mover Al
lentown. Pa.. Harry F. Somon suotl North
Hancock atreet. Philadelphia Charlea E
Warner, Wllllamsport. Pa ; Joseph Zjska,
Sick In Hospital (Prevlonaly Reported Miss
ing In Action)
WAGONER Michael Francis Lucey, 003
North Thirty-third street. Philadelphia
PRIVATES Enrico Forte. Ellsworth. Pa.;
Wladystaw Kamlnskl, New Kensington. Pa.
Returned to Duty, I'rerlouslv Reported Miss
ing In Action
PRIVATES Richard Beynon. Scranton.
Pa : William Joseph Check, Hayreville. N. J ;
Joseph Clancl. Dunmore Pa ; Maurice P
Grusemlre. lOtT North Marvlne street, Phil
adelphia: I.ulgl Do Inca. 114 Mayflower
atreet. Pittsburgh: Munzlo De Malo. 1120
South Thirteenth atreet. Philadelphia: An
dr - Dorn Eastern avenue and West Fot
ty-flrst street. Baltimore- Russell Parson
Dunkerly. Scranton. Pa : Santa Fattlnnanzi.
i uia ovenue. Philadelphia; Duncan
M. Kemerer, Export Pa ; Robert M-iKane.
"040 Peltz street. Philadelphia; Guy W.
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Powers nro wrong, for they probably
believe ho caused the strugRle. I was
minister to llumanla when the war be
gan, and I honestly believe that no one
wanted hostilities to begin. I hao the
Impression that neither Kmperor Francis
Joteph, Kmperor William nor their min
isters wanted war I might explain the
fnct that war was started by ptijlng
that there wan too much diplomatic
bluffing, with every ono looltlne for
tho other fellow to recedo from his
"Every way to get out of tho war
was tried by us excepting war with
Germany. When ono considers how
much weaker tlnn Germany wo weie
ho can two how- Impossible It wns for
me to dictate terms Now, If President
Wilson finds It difficult to Impress his
views on tho Entente, how wns It pos
sible for a man llko mo to do anything
with Germany 7
"I hope that an agreement to disarm
will bo reached. President Wilson !i
the man who Is able to brine this
about. I bellevo his plan for a leaguo
of nations Is feasible and would solve
the whole problem.
"I have shown In public addresses
why power to punish any nation resort
Inp to arms Is the only way to keep the
peace. I Blgned tho peace trgaty of
Brest-Lltovsk, but we got nothing from
It. This fact It worthy of mention. It
was Ludendorff who forced Dr. Rich
ard von Kuehlmann, tho German For
eign Secretary, to make that peace. We
occupied tho southern end of tho line,
whereas Germany had her troops ngalnst
tho line on tho north. General Hoff
mann then declared ho would move on
Petrograd If Leon Trotsky, the Bolshe
vik Foreign Minister, did not sign the
"Doctor von Kuehlmann and I had
hoped to make peace with nusila on the
basis of President Wilson's principle-",
but Ludendorff nlwajs telegraphed No'
to oui proposals I worked dny and
night to bring Doctor 'von Kuehlmann I
and Trotsky together. At the last mo
ment the later sent his famous telegram
to the world, demanding that tho Ger
man people revolt and destroy their
Government. This telegram Inflamed
Berlin, which denounced Trotsky ns .i
man with whom It would not treat
Then Trotsky was Informed that the
German troops would occupy Courland
.:,rk.ni, n,i would advance on
and Lithuania and would advance on
FOCH DENIES GERMAN PLEA
Refuses Armistice Delegates' Com
munication Bej ontl Rhine
Paris, Dec 11. -(By A. P.) Jlarsha!
Foch has refused the request of the
German armistice delegates that they
ho liennlitod to communicate with the
provinces west of the Rhine, now being
occupied by the Allies The commander-
in-chief deciareu mat it. w.i neve-surf
to maintain the blockade of Germany I
as provided by the armistice. I
A French commission Has arrived at
Beilln to regulate tho return of French
released prisoners from Germany. The I
commlislon also will investigate the re
cent affair In the prison camp at Lan-(
gensalza Prussian Saonv, In which nine,
French prisoners were shot dead by the.
Germans and fifteen v?ounded seriously.
Convertible Coupe, $2695
Alt prion f, o. b. Cltvtland
"BRITISH WIND UP
Such Is One German's Joke
AVith Enemy Sentry
Surprising Number of "Winters
Who Formerly Worked in
England Found in Hotels
By PHILIP GIBBS
Special Cable to Liening Public Ledger
Coriirlaht, lOtS, !! ct lorfc Timet Co.
Cologne Dec. 7 (delayed.
At midday yestcrdiy, that is, Fri
day, December G, our first cavalry
patiols entered Cologne nnd, riding
to tho hw1iik bridge, which lias re
placed the old bridge of boats, were
tho first British soldiers to reach tho
Rhino. This morning ono sentry lad
of tho Eighteenth Hussars was posted
on tho town sldo of tho bridge and
another on tho other sldo opposite tho
lllago of Deutz famous as far back as
Homan times as tho bridgehead of Co
logne. Facing him on that sldo was
a German sentry In uniform bearing
arms, tho last of tho rear guard ot
tho German army.
I walked on the bridge thU morn
ing and, leaning over It, looked down
the waters of tho Ithlno, and eten
then could huraly bellove that we were
there and had reached that goal which
used to bo spoken of ns a grim Jest
In tho dugouts near Ypres and on
tho Somtne, when It seemed easier to
get to heaven than to this German
river and this was so to many thou
sands of our men three months ago.
I went into Bapaumo on tho morning
of Its capturo and even then tho Idea
that we should bo on tha Rhino to
day would havo seemed a fantastic
vision. But there this morning wero
our Hussars with our sentries koeplng
guard and down below tho bridges
on'the waysldo somo of our men wero
cleaning their machlno guns In the
center of a German crowd, and In
the stteets were some of our armored
cars, at which the people of Cologne
stared from tram cars and sidewalks.
People ot Unfriendly
Tho young Hui,ar pacing the bridge
looked lonely among .ill those Ger
man civilians about him, looking at
his kit and giving him side look glances
as they passed. Onn of my friends
spoko to him und asked how ho was
"The people ate not unftlendly, he
" nvy wmr up miu spean iu
me in Liiirlisli now and then."
"What do they t.av ?" ho was asked,
and for a moment he hesitated. Then
ho grinned and said:
"Ono German this moinlng came up
to mo and said, In well-spoken Eng
lish, 'So you havo wound up the watch
on the Rhino?'"
It seems too good to be true, but
I bellevo this young sentry, especially
after meeting several joung Getmans,
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"w '""' "iun auer iour ear&
or war, who spoke English perfectly
having been in hotels In London and
IIAltdAINS ADDING M(IIINr.H
ni mnaea, inciuning
Tlie Wnlea. Burroughs,
MACHINES like new..
rully guaranteed Easy ;
payment plan. Boucht i
sod exhanired nnd rent
ed Itepalr work a epe- I
cialty THE nASSETT I
a l u INI. UlAUJlINEt
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size, auarnnteed accurate
COLLINS A (().. I1J4 AIlfH
Liverpool, -vvhoro they learned our
songs and our Blang. At tho Domhof
Hotel, where I onco Btaycd In times
of pence, ono of theso young waiters
had Just coino back to his old way of
llfo again and seemed ploosed to meet
English pcoplo, though they had cotno
in nn army of occupation. Ho had
been wounded In tho throat In the
Chninpagne, but looked nolle tho worse
and wns a frrsh-iolorcd fellow.
Soldiers Heroine W niters
There In the Domhof Hotel I ,nt nnd
was waited on by Germans who un
til a few days ago were in the uni
form of their nrmy, nnd who, a few
months or weeks ago, had been fight
ing ngalnst us It was difficult to
bellevo Tint man who handed me n
table knlfo and waited upon me, with
a starched front, would have cut
my throat if wo had met somewhere,
we will say, on tho outskirts of Cam
bral, hut today throat cutting nnd
blood-letting seem to belong to the
nightmare that has passed nnd Ilrltlsh
and Germans pass each other In tho
streots, sit In tho sune rootnH. go Into
tho same shops without desiring each
God alone knows what hatred there
still lirlts in German henrts against us
In Cologne, f,ir moro thnn In Al-li-Chapello
and other towns on our way,
there seemed a sense of hostility to our
presence, and today nt least there whs
no hat dofflrg In the street when nrltlsh
otllcers passed, and thousands of men
who obvlou'ly were German officers just
out of uniform, looked stern and cold,
but they behaved with dignity and sufM
cltnt courtesy as they have been called
upon to do In proclamations posted on
tho walls and bearing the signatures of
Ebert, Haase, Schcldemann, and other
majority Socialists now ruling in Ger
many. "Germany la Free"
"Tho ban has been removed," says one
proclamation "Germany is free and
ready to tako her place as a free people
In the society of nntlons "
From Inquiries 1 made It seems to me
that Cologne has suffered severely from
food shortage, and I have seen figures
showing that Infant mortality has In
creased to a very high figure since the
beginning of the war, but hero again,
ns In all German towns I visited, food
Is a question of money, and If the people
could afford to pay enormous prices they
could llvo In luxury.
Wlille tho poor classes were closely
rationed and had meager fare, In the
Domhof hotel today there was a better
lunch than one could get In any restau
rant In England. It Is this inequality
of suffering that has caused bitterness
and revolt, nnd soldiers, returning penni
less after the privation of war, find It
hard to get enough to eat, so some of
them told me tonight
NEW' COUNCIL FOR HESSE
Will Include Representatives of
Dnrmstadt, Hesse, Dec. 11 (y A, PI
Tho Hessian Workmen's, Peasants'
and Soldiers' Council has been dis
solved and will b replaced by the
' People's Council for the Republic of
This council will include representa
tives of all classes of the people, not
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a- i B' JMBtasggMT-'T' " 'sBBg8"-siwJsBsMEgrjajT2 'IJ sargiroL-e B'jB
The Farmer Receives More Than Five
Thousand Dollars a Minute From
Swift & Company
This amount is paid to the farmer for live stock; by
Swift & Company alone, during the trading hours of every
All this money is paid to the farmer through the open
market in competition with large and small packers, ship
pers, speculators and dealers.
The farmer, feeder, or shipper receives every cent of this money
($300,000 an hour, nearly $2,000,000 a day, $11,500,000 a week) in
cash, on the spot, as soon as the stocK he has just sold is weighed up.
Some of the money paid to the farmer during a single day comes
back to the company in a month from sale of products; much does
not come back for sixty or ninety days or more. But the next day
Swift & Company, to meet the demands made by its customers,
must pay out another $2,000,000 or so, and at the present high
price levels keeps over $250,000,000 continuously tied up in goods on
the way to market and in bills owed to the company.
This gives an idea of the volume of the Swift 8c Company busi
ness, and the requirements of financing it. Only by doing a large
business can this company turn live stock into meat and by-products
at the lowest possible cost, prevent waste, operate refrigerator cars,
distribute to retailers in all parts of the country and be recompensed
with a profit of only a fraction of a cent a pound a profit too small
to have any noticeable effect on the price of meat or live stock.
& Keep Your
Make Good for Our
CZECHS ANXIOUS OVER RUSSIA
Hcntls of New State Await Allies'
Announcement of Policy
lf'irele to the Evening Public Ledger
Covvrlght. imt, lu .Veto Fori. Times Co.
London, Dec 11.
Tho heads of the now Czccho-Slovak
State nre awaiting with somo anxiety tho
decision of tho associated powers as to
their policy toward Russia, and what
they want to do with tho 80,000 Czechs
now in Siberia.
Tho Czech view, based on their experi
ences. Is that If the Allies wero deter
mined to pacify Russia they could do
It with a comparatively small force
Ono hundred thousand men properly
equipped could easily hold the rail
roads, and the Czechs have found the
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. i PRE MMERO d1trWsfe
J.nnounccs that its Latest Models are
Now available for Immediate Delivery, or
can be reserved for Spring Delivery.
The cessation of hostilities finds the
Locomobile with added prestige, due to its
use in tlie highest military circles.
We can noiv resume our Limited Pro
duction, and as in the past, our efforts will
be devoted to the maintenance of the high
est possible standards of Quality. Tliere
will be no reduction in prices.
IHK LOCOMOBILL COMPANY OF AMERICA
2314 Market Street
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Swift & Company
U. S. A.
Seven Wholesale Distributing Markets
Central Office, 9th and GIrard Ave.
V. M. Hflll
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Bolshevik force of Very IKU i
Meanwhile another Czech force r)f.M,.
000, which was fighting on the ItaHwl
iront nnd has been formed from prl
oners nnd deserters from th AuMrlal
army. Is being transferred to BoherrittC
There, almost nlone In Austria, oraer
prevails. The Czechs aro creatine s,?
ii'Kumr civn aaministraiion, ana IriW'o,
even hecun tn laRllni their own afamnrf' ,$
Fire Interrupts School Clasies t
PtnnaAB of tl-iA "Kf tCn It TliiMfs aAhMnl'.
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oixiu uiiu ueiuucey Birceia, wero natteel Tj
today, when fire was discovered on ,lh
roof of the home of Samuel Rosgrrtih, j
616 DeLancey street, apposite the schooLii
The children watched the blaze frorrijlWii
school windows. A defective flue tVU4,i
to hnve been the origin. The losoj
amounted to about 1300. - :
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