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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA; MONDAY, . DECEMBER 30, 1918
W-fWf,i!W)WtJTp( . H
ONLY TEN IN UNIT
Company M, 109th Infan
try, Nearly Wiped Out
CITY CORPORAL MISSING
Eihar J. Kccr One of Five
Unaccounted for and Mother
Is Nearly Frantic
& Only ten men of Company M. 109th
infantry, escaped Injury In the flrst day a
.lighting; when the Americans made thoir
Irallant stand against the Prussian Ouard
at the Marne on July 15. The majority
'tVere hilled, most of the others were se
Wcly wounded and five are still unac
AmonR- the flrst Is Corporal Elnnr J.
Keer. of 6427 Spruce street. No trace
of him has been discovered, Comrades
Searched the wheat field, where he vvas
last seen, about three days later, but
failed to find his body. No word has
come from a German prison camp to in
dicate that 1io had been captured, and
the uncertainty as to his fate has driven
his mothjr almost frantic. Appeals to
the War Department and to the Red
Cross have Dcen unavailing. Both have
done their best, but have been unable
to flud the young soldier.
Corporal Keer enlisted some time be
fore, this country declared war on Ger
many, flsurlnir, as he told his mother,
that It was Inevitable the fnltcd Mates
"take a hand In the world game, ami
declaring he wanted to "beat even the
President to It." He was only elRhteen
at the time, but stood nearly six feet high,
weighed around 180 pounds and had a
chest expansion of four Inches. The re
cruiting officers, after one 'look, made
no Indiscreet inquiries as to his nge.
Corporal Keer Is one of forty-eight
youthful soldiers from Philadelphia and
vicinity named In the days combined
casualty lists, this being the smallest
Monday tola) since septemoer. ..vpi""
ently the honor roll from this section Is
nearly complete ana oniy a iew ."
late cases, men killed or wounded dur
Jns the first week of November and a
few scattering cases of minor Injuries re
main n tin given out. The total for the
country at large today Is 1304, includ-
Mig 118 Pennsylvanlans. ,
Only one soldier from this district is
listed as killed In action today, two arc I
reported to have died of wounds and
the Bame number havo been ncelikntatlj I
killed. Three have died of disease, flf- '
teen have been severely wounded, seven
of these having previously been reported I
missing, sixteen have been slightly in
jured, one Is missing, another, previ
ously reported missing, is hick In a hos
pital, while seven, pre lously reported
missing, havo returned to their rcgl-
SKETCHES OF THE HEROES
Private Zebley T. Smnl, reported In
today's official casualty list as acci
dentally killed, was prevlousl reported
killed in action on
Soldier h Listed -November 24. thlr
....... . . . . teen days after the
Killed m Action armistice wus
nl.,muriv signed. His mother
on November 2t had a ietter rrom
h 1 m dated after
hostilities had ceased. In which he said i
he was on his way to Germany with the ,
army of occupation. Sho cannot under- i
stand how he could have been "killed In
action" with the war over and hopes
that the later report of his accidental
death is an error. I
... Swank was Inducted Into the sen Ice
lp July of this year and w ent to France
as a member of Company O, Kitty-1
'fcecond Infantry, after only three weeks' (
training at Camp W'adsvvorth. He Is'
twenty-four years old and lived with his i
mother, Mrs. Anna M. Swank, at 3547 i
Xorth Ninth street.
Private John II, Patterson, ofllcially I
reported severely wounded for the flrst i
time today, is back in this country and '
Is now visiting his family at 1426 Par
rlsh street. He landed In the United
States on Thanksgiving Day and was i
Bent to the Lakenood, X J., Baso Hos
pital to receive treatment for his arm
which was badly torn by a piece of
Private Patterson enlisted two years
ago as a member of Company I. Flf-1
teenth Infantry After arriving over-'
seas his company was made Into Com
Dany a. Third Machlne-Qun Battalion, i
with which the wounded soldier was ,
serving when he was struck by shrapnel.
Ills wound was a bad one, necessitating'
an operation, but is now healing.
Sergeant Harry Itallariay, Heavy
Tank Corps, 3S7tt Battalion, died of
bronchial pneumonia in a base hospital
In Franco on October 20, according to a
telegram from the War Department re-1
celvedjjy George B. Holladay, a brother,
, living at 761 South Fifty-first street.
Htrgeant Holladay, who had been In i
France since last January, had not been
heard from since September and was
not known to have been 111.
His parents are dead, and previous to
being drafted in March last he was em
ployed by the Sun Shipbuilding Com
pany, Chester, and made his home with
nis orotner at tne Fifty-first Btreet ad
i,"?.". bom. In Greenwich. N.
v there. He. Is survived by four sisters
nK-nSHJl." a'.Vof ,Wh?,m m,'e
sfflfrfithtacltr hW Wlth
SY"nt FrS JI. IJ.ynes Jr of 93B
Monmouth street. Gloucester City, a
u.. na euucaiea ai me pudiio schools
member of tho 111 th Infantry, was re-
ported missing In action on October 12,
S 1..;.,;:,' re?ef,CK..,uay.nM;,.s.r" " V- . n ' f,,,.i,.. Th vounc oil- so hard that ho abandoned tho town Without tnlklng about hlmaolf. ho fol
S2cl Cornnan'Tof0dUCei eV,u tXTit , tha wi" heln I n?tan Sly kiUcd b? a hlgl ' of Montfaucon and gave to the Vennsyl-, lowed tho example of Colonel Tarburton
tra,Sn"VhhTr0Theteo,o e flfm-; vanlans and Baltimore.!., the L.,t..l0 told about the heroic death of Sec-
has learned any further information s fi.. iivi nt 644 Vnion street wld. and most important sector. Brietly, mid Lieutenant Wftllnm nock, of rhll-
to his son's fate. Itcports have been re-
celved from France that nnriv .
uiirus ot ino men
ment were killed
3Ieuse sector in th
5:tiV.nL8 letter to m parents,
Sfe'n6? SS lXL IV.."1? 5? .th ".? J:
went was then waiting to start nnother
Is that ht
aiiacK nnu u was alter this
M'SB reriarted mlsslnir tt in
inree years oia and was employed In the
Welsbach plant when the United Ktnie.
yr'lPla"' hen 'h U'ted Btt.l
entered the war.
I'rlT.te Michael M.slrlnollto. renorieri
eevercly wounded In net on. has novir
!..f.d5y befro his regiment delivered an
attsck north of Verdun. In September.
' inl rli vi Uf "mn,allrd, wll!e rehears-
nV ho.nllS'flm'folIowl'SL. Al Sr. 11
2 l"S.r."p ?J ??"''? day hi. leg
,. aviiiiia. 111a luiimuiiv "ivnnr nv. ilia
.ton ' and few ot them ever returned.
Private Mastrlnolito Is a member of
Company V, 110th Infantry, which was
Iprmerly the old Third Regiment, N. U.
,P, He enlisted In July. 1017, trained nt
r Camp Hancock and sailed for France
r last: May. He arrived back In the United
, States November 29. the day nfter
Thanksgiving, and was transferred to
tie base hospital at Lnkewood. N. J. He
Is now. at home on a ten-day furlough to
visit his fnmiiv nt ini7 Rnl.fh Vi.i.V;.nii.
peared at most of life otal fight clubs'
nay uveneuD uy pulling on many
friendly bouts In tho Y. M. C. A., huts,
.".Notwithstanding that I am a fighter. I
aay' war In h , and I got all of It I
r.eed." he said, "Home looks mighty
wo4 to me."
"Berjjeant Heed Harnlli. Company Ij,
115th Infantry; died of wounds on Oc
tober It Ho was twenty-four years old
'and was drafted on September 3, 1917.
Before he was drafted he was a cleric
And' lived with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
rilMles J, llarnlt. 237 West Oxford
f trL His younger brother John 1 an
e iiajJun In the navy. He was a, student of
tke Central High School,
'tf f for a! lames T. Kelly, WOUnd'd at
restjoteau-Tlilerry and now lnvalidad
tome, said tjiht the thrill of battle was
w 4 ... iniimse ns uiu
,Um fi&t Know He not know he wan
r, .,, e.J-,1 Till wounded Until his
MmWeundett Till commanding olneer,
OJJilirToUlUM Lieutenant Hallo..
" v well. als of this
'-' elO-. tol him that Mood was .streaming
JnJ hia a. Th JUth Infantry loat
tmiriiy in um JSMr t " """
& yriemn TOJtapry, nmufi vhkhi
f' mr.ii... 1 iRl", I . 1 1& I '' W f
m- .v,. f Va" $3i & "' f Fi$'"i.j--i :!il
i K w fifc.1 cl!rPF " km
.... ,- - v ? . L . - I KlHft!&r-'. Jsk i-mi I - ! i
Honor Roll for the City
and Its Vicinity Today
' kim.i;d in action
iKiNK J, sti-.viif.i. 41T.7 Kititcmont
Hrliipaburir (Mnrlno Corps.)
11IKK OP tl)L'NlS
r . Seeant
',,,"; ,JlfMX,tt,l), 2015 Grant a
u rcMoujij. rvporlcU llcd ol disease.)
,.,, , Corporal
"t V' "A''i:. -'210 North Tront
,,., .... rrhute.
it T' "'VNK, 3047 North Ninth
MIlll.MM IIII1M:.n, (luster, fa.
iiki or nisi:.si:
,. . sercent
"i'"","OI.HIMY. 71 South llftv.
H,';I'JI T. MarSI'ARRAN. 0111 Welt
.lerrerson nt ii..r..... ,....... turlnn
fur... ' ULTIIUI1UUWII. v.,iii.ij
"KOK013 I KOAT. 1)10 North fifty
set enth st. (Previously reported.)
liX! '.'' ,VNKII:". '-'"-"- North How-jvi-5
. ..U'.r.',vluu,lv rporteil mlsflns )
at ,'hl",i. 0 North Thirts-fourth
2!,KIt,T. k,i.sti:i.n. am south sixth
ri vr.i7"!V.u"y fPorttd mlnslni.-.)
t.I K ,wi "KirilTH. HJ7 .North
JA.Mfc.s t. ja;i.l;y. OH Union at
mi'Mv'i', lV.TTI:,ts"" t4 rarrli.il st
a,ilitthHK' "' K,',SEK' ,C33 N"ort" T"cn-
JAm!-I;S,"U', R,,i:"s. i''l Amber st
i ..) '5K1'. "Ported mlailiii;.)
JACOII (iKKMiN, IU Tusker st. (fro-
Moujly reporte.l mlwlnB.
' , RKKTON. (HL'll .Sujbrook ac
IIAKIt KAMAl.OI, 1411.-, iluore st (Pre-
Mo.isly reiuirtcil mlssln )
J. .M. HhTKItMAN, Ho5ersford. Pa
(Previously reported nilsslnB.)
I'lllLIP H'ALKMAMWO. (.'olllneswood.
JAAIKs C. 10RI, i20 North Twelfth
nI (Ptelously reported 1
NOIIMAN K. (lAKDNKK, Lpiiot; Apart
ments. Thirteenth und Spruce st
DtKW .1. TOLtND. ijill Mouth Uroad
et (Iro lously reported.)
JOHN T. Pl'Si:, 1807 Callowhlll St.
Ai.oihirs lj;o ri;mci;. l-il-u Mount
AKTIIUK K. IIKiSON. S0OS Arbor st.
JAMES KDWAKD KKNNKY, Jr.. 283
ntANK 1 TONI.1N, 172D faouth ntth
JOHN W. nilXIUH. 171)1) Swain at.
L'HAHI.KS lli:.MtV Iini.VKSTON. '.'344
North Eleventh st
JOHN I). IIWillKS. IJast tashlnston
II.I.HM II, t'l.i:Mi:, L'5.1 West
ANDY CI.AM'Y, 1114 South r.lncsold
III'.MlY IIAI'I1. SCOS North Tlfth It.
KMMITT HOOK, 4.114 Josephine St.
JA.Mi:s NEKIA, 151S South Twenty-second
O.MAK II. I'OI.K, 21 North Thirty-seventh
EINVR J. KEKIt. Bt27 Spruce st.
MCK IN linsriTM,. I'RKVIOUSI.Y RE-
J. K. CWA.VA Villi, .".('. Cltv Lino ae
ItEI.KtsKn l'ROM C.KRMAN I'RKOS
CAMP AND RrTTURNKD TO DUTY
EI.MEK C. RKICHART. 1'RCt North
Twelfth st (Marino Corps. Prel-
nuslv reported mlsslnir. )
IIOHERT K. QCINN. Chester. (Marine
Corps. Pre lously reported mlsslnff.)
RETURNED TO HI'TV. PRKIOI'.SI.Y
H. C. nIR. 4523 Rlslnc Sun lane.
JOHN H. MiINTYRK, 3247 A St.
JOSEPH R. riTZOERAI.D, (107 "West
AI.FIIN7.il IIARRUI.I.I, 3433 Utlngaton
THOMAS C, BROWN. 2S13 West Harold
. omcers anu roen fell so fast It
i :,:. mnosslhlc for the Intelligence ofll -
'a" 1,'T!pocB1?c" - ur on tho losses until
marly days liter.' Corporal KeUy saw
?eys o? his comrades killed or severelj
wounded before he had to give up and
be taken to the rear. In the ear y
stages of the hattle Corporal 'vcuy
. helped to carry the body or Lieuunani
tu.ltnlint o,orse Lincoln Itont, Com-
Meutensni iieorsr .. .
i,"' ",'','- arents Sir" nnd Mrs. Hdmund
i nyoat 8 0?0reNo8rth. Fifty-seventh street
ifiin last lftter from lieutenant Roat
celved on December 4 and said
ht f waS at l.a Haule which, according to
. ?? ,he "n ext step to the gangplank
Um ,s t".?. Me.. a'L.h t 1017 w.i
"".'".Sn.ion "Xbrl 10. 1917
"" ""Y. i"7:. o,l ..-a. inm
tho oiu ' mru. ".,"" " ","", " ;",;""'
'"l8slonf" f5 .. ... 'ViVi iutv "
and while he was In the hospital he
Sna made flrst lieutenant. He Is twenty-
Sent year" old nnd wns In his second,
'n'J. a til0 Wharton School, Unlerulty
t r"P.8,'vv",f!' Xi.'l? ,e"v SJ?"a,,ed '
, ?iA, West Philadelphia High School.
Private Urnest V. Morgan, supply train,
ISUth Field Artillery, died of pneumonia
in France on December 1, ncordlng to
word received by his sister, Mrs. David
Call 1327 North Darlen street. He was
twenty-one year old nnd enlisted In June,
1918. After brief training ut Fort Slo
cum and Camp Jackson. S C. he was
sent to irance. rnvi.10 ..juikuh wuo
I the youngest of five brothers ,",'"
with the Allied armies. Three of them
' in h Canad an army, spent two years
In the ..trenches co.nn.ny
M.Ffty-elghth Infantry, dled'of wounds
-1.1 onH i.pfnre belmr drafted was a
chauffeur. His elder brother Alfred Is
?n the service. He lived with hi. parent..
Mr, nnd Mrs. Anderson Taylor, 210 West
rrlvate Joseph C. Evans, Machlne-Qun
Compaify. 359 infantry, was wounded on
November 1. He was Invalided to this
country last month. He Is twenty-flve
years old and lived with his parents. Mr,
nnd Mrs. William J. Evans, 1628 South
Front street. His younger brother Is In
r..n,tal rl.arlei Albert Mathews. 24
... n.ul.t..fn.iv,h mtrmtkt PamHAn Atttli
Sr VecelvVd l,n"acUo"6ctpb.r
14.' This Information was received f l1
his parents In a War Department tele -
rrum a day of so ago, Thoy had not
thought h s condition serlouB. uorporai
Mathews was an Instructor In the army
eras school and a member of Company
!i mth Infantrv. He enlisted n 1917. ci.ia wii.j.iamh in
and was sent to Annlston, Ala,, where ho
became so proficient that he was ap
pointed Instructor In the g-aa school. He
was a. fprmer Camden football star and
Before. enUettnic wau employed by the
KatKo'OO 'jrm toka.
IN FREEDOM'S HALL OF FAME
iWrWILLIAM FLEMING! VP-47LEONARD MILLER.
VIMjjBMP Or , Woundt-d WJV A&Wl&UW Wounded"
vEor .- : i.i .. &&.iWt$AiM4hkxjtJl I
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7 ,V WSbNiSrHPfSv
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ROBERT M. Corp. EDWARD
r.lme to tho fulled States from Knff.
land secral jenrs ago to accept a posi-
tlon In Camden ns an expert pen tool-'
rnriiornl Robert r.psleln and I'rlsntf.
Jnrnli (iernnn, both of this city, pre -
lously olllclully reported missing, are
named on a corrected casualty list sent
'"i". nnm,.1f.l0,,l,.l0f!I?,,llipH. nTutese
ment with tho information ns to their
fate and whereabouts, the army au -
thorlties haing failed to locate either
of them. Letters were received from
Kpsteln and (ierson seeral month ago
f!ltl.'lK thSin.n,y.V.fsd "tbTIrrnn? hat"
time to rejoin Ills unit the day hostlll -
ties ended. He was drawn No. 2 in
the nrst draft call, June ? 'Jl'. ""'
went to (amp Meade In .September of
last eaI, being aslgne.I to the 316th
Infuntij. flerson. a llusslan by birth,
was drafted In June of this year but
was assigned to the 315th w-hon he
reached Camp Meade and went oierscas
with that unit in August.
-, i rai
Mnil Stmi (lllPV H Yfnr
' -? -r-vj -- wwB v .
Continued from Pnca One
(ontiutie.i rrom lane line
the division, but In that battle proed
1 ' w.v i
little man can deliver
punch He was eerwheic, and ncer
'during the fhe .lays of fighting did
he attempt to spare himself. His Inter-1
est in the wounded and sympathy for
those poor chaps who were mortally
Injured were remarkable.
i-.ioo,,c0i .ho hnt.le Colonel Tar-
issmg ino uame, i,oionei im-
burton admitted that It would be im-
possible for him to dKulKO Information""1-' : l"" ,"'"" " emor.es uiat. n s
St military Importance, and owing to .c1?",.rdles vlU cherlsh th,ouS1' te'r
this restriction, a detailed account ot me"
tho fighting could not be given. But
enough can be told to conslnce Penn-
sj 1 vanla that It sent teal men to ! ranee,
and to make the State proud of their
Paid HIb i Trite
., . ., .. .
"After going over the top. continued
'tie returning omcer, c ran iinu n
deadly machine-gun tire. The boche oc- dividual is rather limited. Owing to Hint
cupled cery stralegie point In the woods it 8 impossible for mo to do Justice to
and on the hills In front nnd made us : the entire division when relating Its con
pay a heavy ptlce tor the ground we (iuct. nut I can sa, and very truthfully,
captured. i that the division measured un. Olllolal
"But the 313th and 314th Ileglmcnts
kept going ahead, and despite tho heavy
shelling and terrible machine-gun fire
reached our llrat objectio In less than
four hours ot fighting.
' "All that nfternoon and night the
Oermans kent UP a deadly lire and
..... . . ,
I ? a ''!'"?'"" 0".","' f:
' "" " u " ""' ,".'.D uu ,"'"-' v
I next morning found them fighting harder
than oer. and on they pressed. The
! Germans were running, but their ma-
, chlno guns were blocking our path, and
BCorea ot men were killed durlngthat
..That evening we smashed the boche
this town proed to ho the key to tho
. ... nn.iiinn mv. nur hr
ment relieved us. The Phlladolphlans
got Into the scrap with the enthusiasm
of veterans anil acquitted themselves
splendidly. At 10 o'clock the next morn
ing the 813th anil 3lh ifeglmeutB were
back In the fighting and beating the
- . '""" " '" " """. "
Germans back toward Berlin.
"Tho 316th Infantry gave splendid
suppoU to the 313th."
At this Juncture the Mauretanla's
""'' B.'ru.?" . P ""f B.l"!r fSvorlte'
"Hall, Han, me uanirs au Hero."
Scores of doughboys began to yell,
while others embracing their "buddies"
began some grotesque fox trotting on
the decks. Colonel Tarburton viewed
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"CARMEN OF TUB KLONDIKE"
FlkANKFORD 4T,S nkfort M
PAttl.lNH FHF.riEnlOK in
f PAVCHWVPr 'ta OW fsopjlf
wmri'i v?a j -tv
tl c npilnclt for a moment, but through Died from accidents and
teav-str .lined eyes. i other causes
I m thlnklnc" he h.ild slowly, "of Jllsslnc In nctlon (lnclttd
our own dear ooys In the Sccnty-nliuli prisonets)
nuisinn. Yon know tliey sane that
S.OHK in tho battles and sanir with tho
pep and ginger of men who were march
ing down the tranquil asphalt of Broad
"And I am thinking of our headquar
ters In Montfaucon," he added, when
tho band switched to another nlr.
"When we landed In the town, Colonel
Oury established headquarters In the
cellar of an old church and a short time
later a big Shell struck it The rem
nant of a wall "its Kmushed to bits and
thtec soldiers were klllpd. One of them
n3 Sergeant Major Little, ot the Jl2tn
jinchlne Oun Ilattalion.
How Slnjor Allen Died
1 "Speaking of real heroes, l am re-
1ninciCrl ot Major Allen, who was killed
, . a Ehe on the t,lin, nlR)t of tIl0
I "'"tie He was n prominent Phlladel-
VCf'0, l"e WSr',bUt 1U-
'stead ot selecting the medical corps,
. picked the Infantry. On the third night
he was leading his battnllcni when a
i ie.ivy shell exploded a few yards In
flont ot lllnl Mortally wounded, he
""scd M lcnd and said good-by. but
t until he had Instructed the senior
, captain to continue the advance,
"Since the famous luttlo there havo
been stoiies citculated on this side that
. d b
' ourn,en ";! , .,",, ' 3i ...
artillery. This Is not true. Our artil-
lery suppott was wonderful, but a CJer-
man battery occupied a position on one
0f the flanks and killed many of our
lcn bcforo It was silenced. Its position
would give ono the Impression Hint the
'shots were being fired by our own nr-
"lt .um, unucr toiont sirceM-, Is
deserving oi un i.ie p.uise i.iui it jh ijos-
sible to bestow upon any fighting oreanl-
zatlon. Sneeze', an old army man.
asked his bt..s to do tnelr outj and
thftv nliipil. A maiorltv of his ofllnprs
uere phlladelnhlans, and two In par-
ticulnr f must mention
One Is Major Pepper, who was killed
and the second man Is Lieutenant Jo-
ani.U V I".. Tl.s -. nn a1s. a llm
I .EN.,- 1t DLIc Ln'Dann. pepper died
I the, death ot ti hero, but before going
west played havoc with the Germans.
'" uiPiueu remuriuiDio coolness ana
,, ; , .,, '.-;. .
'. ',r """. . " .,f.ri .Z,
I one of tho many memories that his
oloney Oury nnd Colonel Knowles
measured up to their great tasks and
i-ennsyivaniu snoum ne prouu ol tnem.
"After tho battle we went back to
"'o lines and 1 was transfertcd to the
quartermaster's corps and ass gncd to a
ilenot at Drest
uepoi ui uresi.
..jt mBl be borno In mind that In a
. crear hmtlo Hia rn,.iiv f o in.
..accounts of its record will give It a
f place that Is not a whit less lustrous
anu inspiring man mat occupied by the
j Iron Division."
I The Mauretanla pioed to be a treas-
' "re for the group of teporters that went
I "ohii mo nay io meet uie returning boi
One chap who could not participate In
the deck celebration was Lieutenant
Harold Dean, of Albany. Ho was at
tached to the 301st Tank Corps, and at
Ilonnsy, a town between Cambral and
Kt. Otlnt.tln. SIlRtnlncd !i Kprlmia liiksirl
i wound. Ho was unable to leave his
I well placed shell put the tank out of
Second llullet Killed
"Hock ordered his men, thero were ten
of them, to evacuate the tank, Ho was
the last to leavo nnd as he stepped out
a German sniper sent a bullet crashing
I through his Body. A second bullet Hilled
, ..nock ,vns n loyal Phlladelphlan and
I was never bo happy as when reading his
)?" W lle usci1 t0 a bunch of
j;vknin(1 ruBi.io ieuqeiis rrom homo
and gave them away to the other boys
from his town. I rcmembei'the Even-
ino punxia IjCDGeh, because of Its back
page of pictures. 1
IFFFFRSONI 20T" AND dauphin
jcri cixjwni hth. mat. daily
HKIlT LYTI3LL In
N IMRO rnNT ST. t OHtARD AVE.
jumuw jumbo Junction on Krankf ord "L"
FRED STONE in
NIXON 0!D AND "ARKET 8TS.
HARRY Vinmtv in
DViRIf" I,,d", Ave. and Dauphin 8t.
rAIMV Mat. -tin. Evg. Iit45 to 11.
rivoli and "saviaaH,
VIVIAN MARTIN in " " ",lly
QTR AND OEHMANTOWN AVE.
0 1 Irtl-SL i AT VKNANQI
"TIIK OREATEaT THING IN LIFE"
.rvvv&B BvrAVttw . i
"fHS KTJrtNAJf fflfli f fl
Thirty-two Soldiers and
Killed in Action
FORTY DEAD OF WOUNDS
Disease and Accident Fatal to
Sixty-six Members of Both
Waslilnnton, Dec. 30, General Persh
ing's report for the day Includes both
jnrmy nnd mnrlno cnsuaUlrs. In the
I former thirty-two nre recorded killed
In notion, while twonty-ono "sea sol
jdlerfl" fell while flshtlne The deaths
by wounda number fortj1 twenty-nlno
I In the army nnd eleven In tho mnrlne
corps, whllo dlsenao ind accident
claimed slxty-alx victims, of whom pfty
Ticro of tho army and sixteen of the
i mnrlno corps. The total nrmy casual
i ties of tho day Is 2.10. In the marlno
corps they number 137.
Summarized, tho casualties to date
Dec. 30 Totals
Killed In action 32
Died of wounds -S
Died of disease 3
Grand totals 239
Killed In Arllon
MEfTENANTS Ed ard II. I.ocke, ifad
ison Me - Chnrles II. Wilbur. Wnlpole. Mass.
SEIU1EANT Ralph I,. Hmlth, Elk Mourtd,
Died of Wounds
IJEfTENANTS rred B Clark. 1? ;.
111. I Harold E. OouthNew Tork. N. Y. ; 1 II
llani A I.lener, St. Henrv, O.
PUIttiCANT Robert Hutlon, Great .e(i,
Died of Disease
MDITTENANT Vincent S. Whjlnnd. No
emerifen. y address Klen.
CAPTAIN Hamuel W. Parks. Tort Mill.
LIEUTENANTS Charles Henry I.uts,
Cnrrl7ozo. N. Mex: John M. Ihayer. Jr ,
New York, N. Y.
Killed In Arllon
PRIVATES Abram Mrandt. Elizabeth
town, James W. Burns. Wllllamstowni Mil-,
Ham I) Wade, Conestoga. '
Died of Wounds
CORPOP.AI.S I'rank V, Harper. 2!10
West rtrth street. Philadelphia: Joe Kirsh
ner. Chorlerol. '
PRIVATE Wesley Teoner, Port London.
Died of Disease I
PRIVA1 E Walter V. Donunel. Lancas- '
CORPORALS Clayton W. firoff. H27
North Tent -ninth street, rhlludelphlai
Martin T. Vwie.ky. Hhamnklii
JHIVATKM Percy N P.ecd, WllkJnsburtr:
,inh -V. Htrmeback, Mlllway: I.awrentu J
I Ilemmnn. Plttabursh; John It. Kcrnery.
Kth ThmeVnth't'. PhlladeYpluKi nil!! J
' Moran, 431 Munton street. Philadelphia,
'"'d of DUense
TO1VATE Klne Ward. Pocomoko CI y.
. pnivATtls Henry P.. Clianey. r..cm:
nobert ,,. Harris. Mill Cap; captain J.
I Wounded Seterely
I PRIVATES Hoyvood II. ard, Char otto
County: Joht It Atkins. Roanoke, .Ulam
AtKlnBon, Richmond: Tom Foster. Cumber-
i i.ml. MMt... A Mnnntnc VVhlttler tleoot.
MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES
Summary of casualties to date:
Ul f IL-ttllB
1 bands of en
' m. nU
The fol'owlt.i: casualties
the commnnaii irenera
kiii'm in action
Died of wounds receiv
!? ed or disease
Wounded in action (severely)
Wounded In action (silently)
Wounded In action (degree undeter.
Misslns in action
Killed In Arllon
PRIVATES Charles V. Lemons.
Rim: Joshus B. Blpes. CurweusUIle: Frank
J. swneel. iiride.burir.
Died of Disease .
SEROKANT William T. MncSparren. 010
West Jefferson streef. Philadelphia i
TRIVATE Klnvle M. Shlck. Dayton
Sllaslnc In Action
PRIVATE Addison W. McWIlltams,
Returned to 1'runee (Prevlonsly Reported
Prisoners In Germany)
PRIVATES Robert K. Quann. Chester:
Elmer C. Ilclchart, 2851 North Twelfth
Washington, Cee. 30. Following cor.
aii K lath, Morris - Fassyunk Ao.
Alnamora Mat.Dallynt2! Cvja.OUStO.
AI.ICI3 IlllADY in
"HER O It BAT CHANCE"
. . . . ,. .r. nnimnnv hth
ArULLU MATINEE DAILY
TIircriA TIARA In
"UNPI3K TUB YOKD"
ADPAPilA CHESTNUT Ilelow llini
ARV-AUIA 10 A.M. to HUB P.M.
WILLIAM B. HART In ,
Vji t icrJIDr 11ROAD STREET AND
i DL,UH,DllL susquehaNNA AVE
ETIIKT. CIJIYTON In
"TUB OREATEST THINO'IN
I CHESTNUT HILL a?.
I CHARLES RAY In
1 "LAW OK THE NORTH"
i-- innpne MAIN ST.. MANAYUNK
iLivirrriDo matinee daily
"TOYS OF FATE"
1-. inxrvl 1K1T" "flth OIRARD AV.
rAllAlVlVJUlXl itATINEE DAILY
THEDA RARA In
"WHEN A WOMAN SINS"
17A1III V THEATRE 1811 Market Ht.
rAlVllLiI n A. M. to Midnight.
! CslTLJ CT THL'ATRE Ilelow Spruce
DO 1 ti 3 1 . MATINEE DAILY
MADOl) KENNEDY AND TOM MOORE In
"HIE KINGDOM OF YOUTH"
GREAT NORTHERN",0'? !bT
aERALDINK FARRAR In r
"THE HELL CAT"
INfDl7DI Al vOTH 4b WALNUT STS.
ilVlrn'llHLi Mat. Sifio. Evas. T 10.
CONSTANCE TALMADOE In
"A LADY'S NAME"
I PADPR 1ST LANCASTER AV
LiEiALUr. MATINEE DA1LT t
'TOO JIUnX ILLJOWfJ'
a Hra vai.np.A.I hi B '-.--. - .--.-. s
ed in action 11 '
reetlons of nnd additions to the nrmy
casualty report for today follqw:
Died of Wounds, Pretlonslr Ileporteil Sllsslnf
rrttVATE John J, BullKan, ,Cedarhurt,
bled ' Perilously Imported Mlssluc In Action
I'lUVATK William H. Ua.lr. I'ottsvllle,
Woiindrd Hertrrlr. Tretlonslr Reported Ml-
inc in action
rntVATES Albert R Coller, Schuylkill
Haven, r.i Johnnie lMwards, DanMlle. Va.!
Purman C. Faunce, lmltlmore. i
Mounded Bllrhtlr, rretlouslr Reported
Jllnlne In Action
MECHANIC Jnmrs V. Itodnera, 2004
Amber street, Philadelphia.
PRIVATES John C Hernebura. Mlllvale,
Pti. i Jacob Uerson, 412 'lasher street. Phila
delphia: Samuel J Ttobcrtson, 0121) Unybrook
Mounded (Decree Vi.defermlned), Previously
Reported Mlsslnc In Action
OOnrORAL Robert Epstein. 310 South
SIMh street, rhlladelnhlo. .
SKROCANT Charles W. Krlss. Haiti
more. PRIVATES Asa Carkhuff. Hopewell, N.
J.! Harry I'onkiln. Jr., I'aterson, N. J.i
Allen J, Hedxe, 221 North Ereemont ae
nue. Haltlmoret William V. Lalng, Mt.
Wlnana, Md ; GtulU. Mnlorano, Madison.
N J.: Joseph S Afurln, Forest, Pa j Jacob
f. Peterman nocsford; Pn.i M'llliain r.
Powers. Tnrrytown. N Y. ! Henry rtamairll,
MOB Moore street. Philadelphia; Anthony
nefalko. Greenwood, Pa I Georite . Shcat
er Shrcweberrv. Pa.
Sick In Hospital. I'relonly Reported Mlsa
Ins: In Action
PRIVATE Tohn It. Cavanauih. BOO City
Retnrneil to Duty, Pretloosty Reported Mlss
Inr In Action
MEUTENANT Carl W. Wentzel, Swiss
Mil e. Pa.
HiSKOBANTS Henrv F. Dletz. Wharton.
N. J.: Joseph rt ntriternl'd. 1107 West Cum
iiertanoi street I'miaucipnia
Hartrantt. I.ederach. Pa i
Umll V. Winkler,
!.V.2 North Hownnl street. Phllndelnhla.
uoiiPOHALS Stephen C. Jialr. 4.133 RIs-
Inn Hun lane. Philadelphia; Alfred I.. Dud
ley, jersey unv. ;n. j.; L.awrence ai. l itz
maurlce. Jr.lti Retreat street, Haltlmores An
Belo It. Pratamlco. Plttston, Pa.: Luther 8.
Urablll, Now Holland, Pa.: James C. Mc.
Klceven, Latrobe. Pa.: Adam Matlauskl,
Trenton. N. J . (leofrrey L. Iror. Haltsbury,
Md.; Richard V Ward. McKeesport. ra.i
Joseph Wholahan. lloothwn. Pa.: Ucnjamln
A. Klssa, Stowe Pa.
MECHANIC John H. Mclntyre, 3217 A
WAGONER Ralph McCormlck, Chin
PRIVATE" Loren Anderson. Mlsklmnn,
Va. llen It llsker, Readtnc, Pa.; Alfonso
Hirrulll. IH.1.1 LMiiBi.ton street. Phlladel
nhla: Thomas C Ilronn, 2S1S West Harold
street. I'M ane p ua. Herman I, t'rnfton. i
lllackatone. Vn . William E. Duncan. Speecc-
lllc. Pa.: Genmu W IJunmlre. Chambers'
'biirff. Pa.: Josenh Flnocchlo. -Paterson, N. J.:
t'nories ttrinies itusiietnu, I'nnaueipiua;
William I). Jessop. Raspeburff. Md,, Jntnes
II. Loftus. Cnrbondnle. Pa.: Frank McOet
rick. FallslnBton, Pa : John J. Mnhoney.
Jersey City. N J.: Robert Mcnlchettl, old
roriro, Ta. : Clinton r, Markte, Jersey City,
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The Wiltshire "to-opens Feb. iu
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II I II '
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L,lDHr. I I MATINEH DAILY
MONTAGU LOVI3 in
I fin IQT O-'D AND LOCUST STREETS
LUVUJ1 Mats. liao.:i:ao. EvB.tli30toll
PAULINE FREDERICK In
" DAUUHTEIl OF OLD SOUTH"
333 MARKET a'.oIm
MADOE EVANS In
"THE LOVE NET"
MODFl si SOUTH ST. Orthestra,
IVIV-'LIL. Continuous 1 to 1.
REUT LYTELL In
OVERBROOK 03D Voe
CONSTANCE TALMADQB In '
"MRS. LEFFINOWELL'S HOOTS"
PAI APF lsl MARKET STnEEl'
1 nit-L 10 A, M. to 11(10 P. M
DOUOLAR KAIRRANKS in
RFCFNT "AnKET BT. Ilelow 17TH
1XCVJI-'1 l 11 A, M. to 11 P. M.
Emily Wehlen In "Sylvia on a Spree"
nuuumi in inn AlAHTJSIl MYSTERY"
IAT TCl OEHMANTOWN AVE.
MAniON DAVIES In
"THE BURDEN OF PROOF"
Rt IRY MARKET ST. BELOW 7TII
1VJD I 1n A M , nil! P. M.
JACK LIVINOSTON In
"THn DESERT LAW"
Q AVnY l!21 MARKET RTRELT.'
vJf V W I r a. M. TO MIDNIGHT
BERT LYTELL in
"HITTINO THE IIIOU HPOIS"
STANIF FY MARKET AnOVTJ 1QTII
J 1 -VlMI I 11,111 A.M. to HUB P. It.
CECIL DE MILLTTS
"THfi BOtAW MAN"
' ' tjHBOtwi irsjsw i v -'
HIV Irvll h SS ,u Asiivu-i ' BTitUET lam J. uonuoy inee merricg;. Relatives rT"""-iiTi ' .rl.i rVia ' n Y r" J
I IMlV-IlOasiSO A. M. to HUB p. Jl and friends invited to funeral. Thurs.. 7:30 F',t inv't? d'0 ,?7'c!lT " " P' ' '
MAY ALLISON In m.. 2070 Ilelgrade t. Solemn requiem -iiA0,,l'pYVn,0nt'..p,r'vrr!bnENCF V
"TESTING OF MILDRED VANE" " BU"tStoaSflcl ' Int- "'y , 1a"AV.Not nh.-rV 'aMailrown ,.
outlined so that a regular col
lege year's work may be com
pleted by June.
Opening date January 2.
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cember 30, 31 and January 2.
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nml Cnlam nt rnmmai.i
1017 Chestnut Ht.. Philadelphia
Tenrliera Wanted Positions waiting. Fres
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Modern Tenfliera' lliirenu. 1002 Market Ht.
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1708 CHESTNUT ST.
STRAYER'S The Rest Iluslness School,
" 4vr -' SO" CHESTNUT ST.
ARNOLD VANDEORirT. On Saturday.
Dec. 28. at the Unltnrlan Church, Wllmlni
ton. Del.. BARBARA VANDEOItlPT and
BDOAR HOBliS ARNOLD.
L1NNING. ANNA M. Ill loving remem
brance, ot our mother, who departed this
Illo December 80. loin. CHILDREN,
1 .,9An-"TDec 28- EMMA V.. widow of
Jvllllam Agar, aged 08. Relatives and
friends inilteti to funeral services, Tues.,
2.30 p. rn.. 2251 N. 22d st.i Int. Mt. Vernon
1 em. Itcmnlns mny bo lewbd Mon.. s to
10 p. m.
APP. Dec. 20. CHARLES W.. husband
of lat Christine App (nea Sliver). Rela
tles nnti frlonds, IJeutscher Central llnter
Stutsung- Vereln. Phlla. llutchers' Unter
StutiunB Ilruder Vereln. Invited to funeral
serilces Tues., 2:30 p. m.. parlors ot Seher
& Itesslniter. 2000 E. Susquehanna nve. Int
private. Ulenwood Cera Auto service.
ARRITP. Dec. 28. at Ml-ln V. Pnrlr at.
JOHN D.. son of Henry O. and Catharine
r. Arrup ince uriscoi... asea - monttis.
in.. 11. convenience ot lamuy.
RALBIRNIIi. Dec. 28. ELIZABETH
n.VLUlRNIE. need fll. Relatives and
friends invited to services, Tues., 2 p. m ,
Oliver II. Hair Bids., 1820 .Chestnut st.
Int. private. Friends may call lion. eve.
PARDON. Dec 23, DAVID J., husband
of lato Annie Pardon (nee Howlcy) formerly
of E. Susquehnnna ave. nnd Coral st. Rela
tives und friends invited to funeral, Tues
a. m . apartments of Frank A. Hookey, 1727
lilrard ave. Mnse Church of tho Uesu 8'10
11. in. Int. Old Cathedral Ccm. Auto fu-iK-ral.
BATTLE. Dec 2fl. ROMULUS RIGOS.
son of lato Samuel G. and Henrietta Hlffgs
.tattle., formerly of Mobile, Ala., aged 70.
Helutlvos and friends invited to funeral serv
ices, Tues., 2:80 p. m.. Oliver II. Balr
UldK.. 1820 Chestnut st. Int. private.
BELL Near Charleston, N. J.. Dec 28,
CLARA t. daUBhtor of Clarence and Bertha
IvalA Tlell itced 17. ftplnttWH ntiH frla.H.
Rancocas QraiiBC No. 131, P. of H., Invited
to funeral, parents' residence. Park road,
near Charleston. N. J.. Tucb.. 2 p. m. Int.
Odd Fellows' Cem.. Burlinston. N. J.
Autos will meet 10.05 a. m train from
Market st. ferry. Phlla., at Beverlv. N. J.
HERRONG Dec. 27, JOHN HERRONQ.
husband nf Mary E. Rerrong and father of
Rev. F. .1. Herronir. C, S. S. R. Duo notice
of the funeral will be ytven from his late
lesidence. 101) E. Lehlith ave.
I1ETZ. Dec. 2ft. JOHN, son of John and
Annie Detz and grandson nf late Wllhelm
und Cathnrlnu Miller. Relatives and friends.
Northwestern Assembly, No. G4. Artisans
Order of Mutual Protection, invited to fu
neral. Thurs . 1:30 u. m.. mother's resi
dence. 2H12 Parrlnh st. Int. Forest Hills
rem Auto funeral. Remains may be viewed
vveu., niter . p. m. ivew xora papers copy,
RIDDLE. Dec. 23. KATE. widow of
rnariea u. uiaaie, lormeriy or Amuier, va.,
seed A.), Relatives and friends Invited to
funeral. Wed .In m . lft'2.1 .Tudsnii
Hervlces and int. Cold Point Baptist Church
.:bu p. m.
BLOOD. O.I Dec. 28. 11118. MARY E.,
wife of Chnrles Blood. Relatives and friends,
also members of rirst Moravian Church.
Invited tn funeral services, on Tues . at !2
n m.. at her late residence. 108.1 Hunting
Park ave. Int. private. Remains may be
viewed aion alter s p. m.
, BOLTZ. Dec, 20, HELEN LANODON,
aausnter oi jonn uiymer anu uiara liast
Iiich Boltz. aned t) aears. Funeral services
Thurs.. 11 a. m.. parents' residence. 1)01
Matttson ave.. Ambler. Pa, Int. private.
BOOZ. Dec. 25. MARIE, daughter ot
William and late Elizabeth Ilooz, aged 21,
Relatives' and friends Invited to funeral'
services. Tues.. 1 p. m.. (118 N. 30th st.
Int. Bristol. Pa , on arrival ot train leav
ing West Phlla. Station 2.30 p. m. Remains
may ba viewed Mon. eve.
BRIMEB. Dec. 20. K A T II E It t N E
RRIMER, daughter of the late Oeorgs
Hrlmer. aged 05. Relatives and friends
Invited to funeral Tues., 7'30 a, in., parlor
ot Qus A. Klrchner, N, W. cor. 13th and
Lehigh avo. High mass of requiem St.
Ellzaboth's Church 0 a, m. Int, Holy Cross
BROWN. Suddenly, at Daytonla, ria.,
Dec. 21, ALEXANDER P., aged 70. Fu
neral services ut Second Presbjterlan
Church, 1'let and Walnut sto., Tues,, 3 p.
m. Int. Laurel Hill Ccm.
BROWN. Dec. 28. TIIOEBE MOTT,
widow of Joseph Brown. Relatives and
friends InvitcdUo funeral. Tues.. 2:30 p. tn
residence of daughter-la-law, Mrs Apama
Brown. Fallslngton, Bucks Co.. Ta. Int,
Friends' Burial around. Fallslngton, Will
meet train at Morrlsvllle Station 1 n. m.
BUFFINQTON. Dee. 28. CHARLES E
son of Elizabeth and late Lee S. Bufflngton.
aged 34. Relntlves and friends Invited to
funeral services. Tues., 2 p, m., chapel of
Andrew J, llalr & Son, Arch and 10th sts.
BYRNE. Deo. 27, at Miami. Fin,. Co.
327 U. 8. M. C. Battery a, JOHN W.. son
of Thomas and Nora Byrne (nee Waldron).
Due nntlra ot funeral, parents' reBldenco,
2412 N. 20th st
UAbu, uec. u, juu,-v vv. UAivij, nua
band ot Elizabeth Call (nee Brady). Rela
tives and friends. Cnthollo Phlla. Literary
insc. ; iTirnuiv nuns oi nv. 1-avricKi nna,
rouncll. K. of C. ! Father Tom llurke 1. C.
11. U. : St. Vincent de Paul's Conference:
Annunc.Hiiuu. JIUljr .uiiiq uiiu hi. oilier BO
ctetles ot which he was a member are In
vited to attend funeral, Thurs., 8:30 a. rn.,
152.1 H. Hrond St. Solemn mass of requiem
Church of Annunciation 10 a. in. Int, Holy
HfmilrhrA Cem. Atltn service.
L CLARK. Dec. 27. of pneumonia, the Itevi
LARK. Dec. 27. of pneumonia, the Itevi
NC1S J. CLARK, lata rector of Cathe
I of Sts. Peter and Paul. Reverend
gy. relntlves and friends Invited to fu-
clergy, relntlves and friends Invited to fu
Phlla'. Pontifical mass of requiem 10 a, m!
Divine of nee herlna 0:30 a. m.
COATKS, Dec. 28, JOHN COATES. eon
ot late William and Elizabeth Coates (nee
Ogden), aged 54, Relatives and friends, em
ployes of Phlla. Water Dept.. invited to
funeral, Thurs., 2 p. m.. 1031 Berkshire St..
Frankford. Friends may call Wed.. 8 to 10
n, rn Int. East Cedar Hill Cein.
COFFEY. Dec, 27, of pneumonia,
MARTIN, husband nf lato Bridget Coffey
(nee Ooraon). formerly of 1827 N, 24th St.
Relatives and friends Invited to funeral,
Tues., 8:9' a. m.. daughter's residence, Mrs
Frank Lynch, 5320 Norfolk at. (between
Christian ana Catharine sts,). Solemn re
quiem mass Church of the Transfiguration
10 a. tn. Int. Ilo'y Cross Cem, Auto fu
coNiiuic. "ec. ,zu. jiii.uuKi, wire or wn
J.nM Sfltn A llfr BAPuIaA
COVINGTON. Dec. 20 WILLIAM J.. '
on of William J, and Sarah Hughes Covm
ins-ton. Relatives ana rrienas invited to fu.
nerat, Thurs., 8:30 a, m,, residence ol par
ents, 1840 Roseberry si. High mass of re
quiem St, Mvnlca's Church 10 a, m. Int.
uaineurni i.cui. auiu sorvio.
COWDEN, Suddenly, Dee. 28. ELIZA
BETH M., widow of .William K. Cowden.
aged 77. Relatives and friends Invited to
funeral services Tues,, 2 p, m.. residence of
son. J. E. Cowden, 4 Lecato ave.. Audubon.
N. J. Int. private, Friends may call Mon.,
COX. Suddenly. Deo. 27, ROBERT, hue
band of late Jennie Cox (nee Farley), Rela.
no irienas, pouer snops or naiawin's
motive Works, invited to funeral iv.
lOtler shoDa of
Ijicomotlvi works. Invited to funeral serv-
Ices. Tues. 2 b. ni., residence of son. Harry
R. Cox. nj80 Addison at.. West Phlhi. Int.
- u, in., res.ucnca ui son, iiarry
) Addison at.. West Phlhi. Tnt.
Peace Cem. Remains may be
8 to 10 n, m. . Auto funeral.
B. Deo. 27, ELLEN, widow ot
rs. .Relatives and friends In-
vlted to funeral Tues,. 2 P. m.. 2024 S. Nor.
wood st- . int. ut, Moriaii cent. Remains
may be viewed Mon., 8 to 10 p m. Auto
Deo. 27. LIZZIE, wife of Chlrl..
a..Day) (nee Crosby). Relatives and friends
Invited to funeral, Tues., tt. p. 111.400 llud-
"on' at. aiucotV c:v.' ifitu iCLVor
i "- i
DEAN. Dee, 28. JOHN, husband of Mary
Dean (nee. Flannery). formerly of Lost Creek,
Jkhuylklii Cornty, Ta. Relntlves and friends
Invited to funeral. Tues.. 7:3H b. m.. 43 E.
rianler st., aermnntown. High mass St.
Irancls of Atslsl church 0 a. in. Int. Holy
DEf.ANEY, Dee, 27. JOHN, husband Ot
JJte fclennor Dclancr (neo McDermott), of
Countv Tlnnernry. Ireland. Relatives, and
friends. Holv Name Society of Church of
our Lady of Oood Counsel. Hryn Mawr. i
51? iDttu -N. " A' - n-. invited to. fu
neral. .Thurs . 8 a, m residence of niece.
Mrs. Patrick Oorrnan, 2442 Montrose st.
Solemn high mass of requiem St, Anthony's
?hurch n:7io a. r.i. Int. Holy 6roas Cem.
irS?cA,,5,lD?i ?:-. SOPHIA, widow ot
Hjnry Detcher. Relatives and friends In
HV!? '? funeral, Tues.. 8:30 a. m., 714 N.
JJlh t. Solemn r"iulem mass church of
l.h.. aX"u 10. a. m. Int. Holy Cross Cem.
. DIXON. suddenlv , Dec. 20. WILLIAM, ,
husband of Letliln n.'ton, residence of son-in-law.
II Frank Qrlflth, (1008 Vandyke St.,
incony. Duo notlco of funeral. ,
DUFFY. Dec. 27, WILLIAM FRANCIS,
husband of Lillian A. Duffy (nee Bingham).
Relatives and friends. Holy Namo Soeletyi
emploes of Oermantown Postotflce, Invited
tj fuseral, Tues., 8'C0 a, m.. B528 Chew
St., Qermantnnn. Solemn requiem man
Church of Immaculate Conception 10 a. m.
Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem.
..EBEHIIAHDT. Dee. 28. nERTHOLD
EIIER1IARDT. aged 08 years. Tlelatlvcs and
frflVtlfls. Vhlla VI.ta.Ant A m r. ,i- ...
sicai lien. Aeso., Franz Hchtibert Sick
?SSlelYi '"Sited to funeral. Tues.. 2 i
12.18 N. 25th at Int. nrWnto. iltt.
Com. Ttcmnlns may bo viewed Mon..
Ill ... .... w".... ..oav... vcwrilHIl J,1U-
slcal Hen. Aeso., Fran Hchtibert Sick Ben.
0 n. rn. Auto funeral
.'ynVirrA' Atlantic City. M J. Dec. 2(1.
CATHARINE 31,, widow of George A. Elcll
and daughter of rtnnrls and Kmma nvit . t
tnee Walters), aged 22. Relatives and B
ill "nviiea io runerai, 'lues.. 8 a. m,, jmfmt
.bo.uui.a , ijaiviiia, ivmr. iviorr.s SI. WOl
emn requiem mass St. Thomas Aqulnas's
Church 0:30 a. m. Int. Holy Cross Cem.
EICIINER. Dee. 27. CHARLES, husband
f. '.da Elchner. Relatives and friends in
JlV'.'.1 . funeral services. Tuea.. 3 p. m.,
1018 Columbia ave. Int. South Laurel Hill
..ELLW'ANOER. Dec. 20. J. JACOB ELL
)ANOER. husband of late Dena Ellwanger
(nee Dltmar), 2037 N. Franklin st. Due no
tice of funeral.
EVERETT. Suddenly. Dec. 20, ALICE,
daughter of George F. and Annlo E. Ever
ett, aged 18. Funeral services Tues., 3
p m.. narenta' residence, 7 Roberts ave..
Haddonfleld. N. J. Int. private. Remains
may bo viewed Mon. ev
EWAN. Dec. 28 EARL WILLIAMS,
son of Irvine and draco Williams Eivani
aged 11 monthB. Relatives and friends In.
vited to funerat services. Tires., 2 p. m.,
parents' residence, 5017 Drown et, Int.
rilENEY, Dec. 27, STEPHEN J., hus
band of Rose A. Feeney and son of late
Mlchaol Foeney (nco Finn), need 44. Rela
tives and friends invited to funeral, Thurs
8:30 a. m.. 2041 N. Livingston ot. Solomir .
requiem high mass St Ann's Church 10 a.
m Int. St. Ann's Cem.
. F1ELDINO. Dec. 21). REBECCA, wife ot
Josenh A. Fielding, aged (10. Relatives and
friends Invited to funeral services. Thurs,
2 p. m,. residence of daughter. Mrs. S. HIb.
berd Dewey, Oarrettford, Delaware Co., Pa. .
Int. private, Arlington Cem. Remains may '
be viewed Wed eve. .
FIRTH. At Mantua. T. .T.. Dec. 28,
AONE3 J. riRTII. widow of George R.
1 irth. Relatives and friends Invited to fu
neral services Tues.. 2 p. in., residence of
ton. 120 N. Farson st. Int. Montrose Cem.
Friends may call Mon. evp,
FOLEY. On Dec. 27. 1018. JOHN FOLEY,
aged 40 years. Relatives and friends invited
to funeral, on Tues.. at 8:30 a. m., from
residence of daughter, Mrs. Mary Cloak.
1333 H. Philip st. High mass in St. Philip
Nerl's Church at 10 a. m. Int. Holy Cross
Cem. Auto aervlce.
FULTON. Suddenly. Dec. 27. THOMAS,
son of Alice and late Robert Fulton, aged -
37. Relatives and friends invited to serv
ices. Tues., 2 p. tn.. brother's residence,
Robert Fulton, 2230 Dickinson st. int. Mt.
OALT. Dec. 28. JEAN, widow of Mat
thew Gait. Sr., aged 70. Relatives and
friends, members of Norrls Square U, P.
Church, invited to funeral servlcos, Tues.,
2 . m.. (Ill E. Clearfield st. Int. private.
Ureenmount Cem Auto service.
OAIIA. Dec. "8. It. CLARK, husband of
Lily A. C) urn, aged 00. Relatives and
friends invited to services, Tues,. 2 p, m.,
401 H. Narberth ave.. Narberth. Pa. Int.
srlvate. ' t
QORMLEY. Dec. 27. JAMES SI.. hu
band of Ellen Gormley (neo Murray). Rela
tives and friends Invited to funeral. Tues,,
S.30 a. m., 4043 Mulberry Bt.. Frankford.
Requiem high mass St. Joachim's Church
10 n. m. Int. St. Dominic a Cem. Auto
GRAHAM In Atlantic Cltv. N. J., Dec
20, WALTt'R TIIO.VIAS. husband of Laura
C. Graham (nee McGowan) and son of Knth
arlno and late John W. Graham. Relatives
and friends invited to funeral. Thurs., K
n. m.. residence of mother. 203 Cleveland
ave.. Riverside. N. J. High mass St. Pctcr'B
Church 0:30 a. m. Int. Holy Cross Cem.,
Philadelphia. Train leaves Mnrket st. ferry
for Riverside 7:10 a. m. Atlantic City, '
N. J., papers copv.
IIARMSTAD. Dec. 20. CHRISTIAN (nee
Rutherford), widow of George. H. Harmstad.
Due notice of funeral.
HARRISON. Dec. 20. nt St, Martins,.
MARGARET BURD. wife of Henry H. Har-'
rlson nnd daughter of late William Byrd and
Celestlne Davis Page. Tuneral services Ht.
Paul's Church. Chestnut Hill. Tues.. 2 p.
in. Int. private. Baltimore and Virginia
HAWK. On Dec. 28. 11118. RUSSELL B..
son of Wilbur A. Hawk. In tho 18th jear of
ills age. Relatives and friends, also Wash
ington Camp. No 314. P. O. S. of A., and
employes of Baldwin's Locomotive Works,
invited to funeral, on Tues.. at 2 p. m..
from hiM lato residence, 313 S. 5th st..
Darby. I'a. Int, private, rrlends may call
Mon. eve., after 7 p. m.
HAYES. Dec. 27, LAURA F.. daughter
of Anna nnd late Lorenza Hayes, aged 21.
Relatives and friends, employes ot Forest
Laundry, Invited to funeral services, Tues.,
1'30 p. m.. mother's residence, 1337 N.
Mervlno st. Int Qreenmnunt Cctn.
1IEIL. Dec. 27, FRANK, husband ot
Julia Hell. Relatives nnd friends, Court
Oukdale, No. 140, V. of A.: Selocta Tribe,
No. 308. I. O. It, M.: Mohican Council. No,
214, D. of P., Invited to funernl, Tues.,
7:30 a. m , 58JI N. Camac st.. Fern Rock..
Solemn mass of requiem Church of the Holy
Child. O a. m. Int. St. Peter's Cem, Auto ...
service. . ,
HICKS. Deo. 58 S.rATirjAnr:T B.. dnuah.
ter of late Captain Robert C. and Sarah A.
Hicks. Relatives nnd friends invited to fu
neral services. Tues . 2 p. m.. Rot N. 6Rd st.
Int Mt. Morlah Cem. Remains may be
viewed Mon. eve.
1IOEGER. Dec. 28, JOSEPH, husband-ot
Ellena Hoeger (nee Hammer). Relatives
and friends, members of Xarragansett Tribe,
No. 4H. I. o. R. M., Invited to funeral serv
ices. Tues., 2 p, m.. 2inn N. 2d st. Int.
Erlvati. Odd rellows' Cem. Remains may
o viewed Mon., after 8 p. in.
HOQELAND. Huddenlv- Dec. 20. of pneu
monia, FRANK, husband of Emma Barman
uogeianu. agea ti. j'unorai xnurs,, iumv
a. m., Southampton, Pa. Int. Churchvllle
Cem. Autos will meet train leaving lleadin
Terminal 0:23 a, m. at Southampton Station.
HOLIIROOK. Dec. 2U. CATHARINE
KOLBROOK (nee McCulloush). wife of John
II. Holbrook. Relatives and friends, B. V,
M. Sodality. League of thn Sacred Heart,
invited to funeral, Tues.. 8:30 a. m., resi
dence of husband, 2310 S. Hicks st. (Wolf
st. above 15th), Soltnin requiem mass f1,
Monica's Church 10 a. m. Int, Holy Cross
tHOPF. Dec. 28. FLORIH HAMILTON
HOPF, daughter of Conrad and Florence
Hopt (nee De Groote), Our Millie will be
hurled from her parents' residence, 2120 El,
Chetten ave., uermaniawn.i-iaues., p,
Int. private Friends may can Mon.. after
HOHGER. Of Moorehart. Wurttemberg.
rv,f yn. WILHELM husband of Fredericks.
Horger and son of late Wllhelm and Chris.
una Jiorucr. ilKCU IU, iciuiivrn uiiu iiiviiun,
Mi.ni. rvrivers' Union. Nn. 132; Class & Na-
rhod SlLlc Ben, Society: L. O. 6. M.. No. 54!
German Den Union, Local Diet. No. .1."..";
Ponemah Tribe, No, 230. I. O. R. M.i Vol
mer Hick Ben. Society, employes of Rising
Sun Urewory. Invited to funeral, Thurs,, 2
n. m.. 3408 Marshall at. Int. Hillside Cem.
Remains may bo viewed Wed. eve. Trolley
HUGHES. Twelfth Month 27th, RICH
ARD HUGHES, aged 83, Relatives and
friends Invited to funeral. Second-day, 11
a, m., residence of William H. Weaver, B30
N. 0th st. Int. private. ...
IACONE. Dec. 28, MATtY, wife of C. A.
Iacone, aged 30. Relatives and. friends In
vited to funeral. Tues,, 1 p. m.. 1547 H. lottt
st, Services at Gospel Unit. 1B05 S. 2uth st.
.. r, tn. Int. Mt Mnrtah Cem. Auto fu
KNETIEI.. Dec. 20, AllKbla 11, KNE
BEL (nee Goldbeck), widow of Henry Knebol,
aged 73. Remains may be viewed Mon., j
after 8 p m.. parlors of August P. Kunzlg. f
20. m W. Tioga st. Services and int. private;
KNIGHT. Suddenly. Dec. 27. MARY A.
IIASKEY, wlfo of Nelson D. Knight and
daughter ot Caroline Oldncre nnd late Wil
liam Kendrlck, aged B0, Relatives and
friends Invited ta funernl services, Thurs.,
3 p. m,. 07 E. Brlnghurst st., Qermantown,
Int. private. Shenandoah papers copy,
LAWLER. Dec. 28. MAROARET t.,
daughter ot Thomas and late Margaret
I.awler (nee Garvin). Relatives and friends.
Children of Mary of Our-Lady pf Mercy
Church and employes of . F. Houghton
Co., Invited to funeral, Tues.. 8:30 a. in.,
father's residence, 3851 N. 10th St. Solemn
requiem mass St. Stephen s. Church, Broad ",
and llutler (its., 10 a, m. Int. Holy Cross "
"xWE-dSTsJ: THOMAS O. LEWIS.
-a aa..il. fll.n....n.kl OAiitk WaUs.
Ol rfl"l wj UiriilllUniPiiiini ijuuvm mb.m,
(J rent Urltnln. husband of Alice K, Lowlv.
Uelatlven and friends, Oeorce ."Waihfngton
Mahaney. aged 10 Relatives and friends,
invited to funeral, Tues,. 8:30 a. m parents'
...Mftnrft. 2115 Collnm St.. Germantown. Hot.
emn reaulem mass St. francla of Assist
Church 10 a, m. Int, Holy Sopulchrs Cenv
MANLEY Dec. 28. HELEN M., daughter
ot Anna a. (nee lUnson) and late lllchard
J Manley aged 21, Itelatlveo and friends.
Children, of Mary of Our Lady of Mercy
Church. Invited to funeral. Tues,. 8:30 s, m.,
mother's residence. 1100 Wyoming ave. Sol
emn renulem mass Holy Child Church 10
a. m, Int, Holy Sepulchre Cem. Auto fu
"MA'nFIMJK8, Dee. 27. HESTER, wife
Ot IKlt) -fuiyiuB amriiiurB imru uu, uciko
tlves und frlenJa Invi
1 r m.. nonln-Iai
1 p. in., son-in-law's residence. Herbert
(larvln. UQ37 Ml lltti t. Int, Qreenmovnt
MAY. Of scarlet fever, Deo, 2T, Prfvs,teA
DWAHD II. HAY. V. ti. A., son of Mrs.'
Alfred Woltjen, Rged 1R. Funeral services
ill, sn x-ciirf d.,, wsii.geii,
..''vnnIiitv.'ji( na nnnvnu k...l A . (',
of Sarah Mclirldn "(n'e.e Jnmlon), Rl- jf 'Jl
(Ives and friends, member; St, Atan'' 'U
i.iS.. No. 829. F. and A. M.I Dth 'Dlstrlet K F
Police Invited, tauiieral. Thurs.,,!) ,p,' m., V
irjl5,orter,st. int. m.' Moitah Cem. jjy-,
ui1is mayl-Ui vtewsa Wed. vV t Aaea!
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