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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1010
HIT BY SHRAPNEL
AT HERO'S GRAVE
Chaplain Henry Davitlo-
witz Wounded When Boche
Only Seven Men in One Unit
of 109th Infantry Came
Svoundeil In tho Meg while omdntlnK
at tho funeral of nn American Boldlcr,
Chaplnln Henry 8. mvldovvltz, formcrlj
rnbbl of the Bnnl'jenliurun SvnnROBe.
of tills city, In fmt recovering In a
It was on the morning of Nov ember 7,
only four dajs before the nrmltlce was
signed, that Chaplain Daldowlt7 was
Injured. The funeral was being held
pome distance back of the front-line
trenches, but a bocho airman noted the
little group standing around the grave,
signaled the German batteries and they
dropped a few shells In the lclnlty. A
stray piece of shrapnel struck the chap
lain, but no ono else was hit.
Only seen jf the 2B0 men In Com
pany C, 108th Infantry, the Philadelphia
unit that took such a gallant part In
stopping the CJerman drive on TarK
came through the fighting of July 15 to
18 uninjured, according to Prlvato Wil
liam J. Meverr, of the "pony squad,"
who lost a leg In that historic conflict
and Is now back In this country. S-'r-reunt
Harry Cotton, of this cltv, the
smallest man In the lODth Iteglmcnt, was
tho only noncommissioned officer to es
cape without a scratch, ndded Private
Helplet on Field Thirty Hours
Though Private Mejers was wounded
on July 15, his family was not officially
Informed of his Injury until December
6 and his namft did not nppear on tho
official casualty list until todav. After
ho had been hit In the leg by an ex
plosive shell, he lav on the battlefield
for thirty hours before being found by
stretcher-bearers Oangrene had set In
by the time he reached the hospital, and
It was necessary to amputate his leg
four Inches nbove the knee. He bears
his misfortune philosophically, however,
and was the life of the sick bay on the
liner that brought him back to Amer
ica. Commenting on his Injury, he
whimsically remarked that ho had gone
to France to ' lend a hand, but Instead
had lost a leg."
Chaplain Davldowltz and Private
Mejers are nnmed on another umall
casualty list, the total for the country
at- large today being 1003, Including
elghtj-four Pennsvlvanlans. while the
honor roll for this city and vicinity la
only fourteen., several of whon have
prevlouslv been reported through un-
tmAli! i1i3tinla Tlirpn bnvn lllprl nf
t wounds according to the War Depait-
meni, nve ar pevirciy wuunui'u, uwi
onl Fllghtly injured and one, an officer.
Is slid to he missing.
First Knhb! f ommtaitloiitd
fhiplnln Davldowltz enlisted In Janu
ary of last venr, was trained at Camp
Dlx, where he was given a commission
ns firt lieutenant vv Ith th rank of
chaplain, the first such comml'slon Is
sued to a rnbbl. He uns nttnehed to
the 3i;th Infantrv and went to France
in June of last ear.' fn his last letter,
dated December 12, he said that he was
recovering rapidly and expected to be
able to rejoin his regiment In a week or
ten days. Chaplain Davldowltz Is
; thlrtv -three venrs o'd and formerly re
I sided nt 2551 North Thlrtv -third strict
His engagement to Miss IiH Bloom, of
tl915 Nortl Thtrtv-third street, was an
Rnounced hhorlly beforo he left for
Private Meyers, who Is twenty two
Eears old and made his home with nn
unt Miss Cecelli Kennv, 4635 Client
Ut street his parents being dead He
nllsted In Miy of 1017, was trained
Camp Hancock and went to Franco
Julv of last sear He Is now nt an
ay hospital In New York. On De-
nber 25, Christmas Dav, his aunt re
ived a telegram from tho War Depart
at "regretting to Inlrm her that hei
hew had been wounfled on November
As he Ind been in this country for
weeks nnd Hho had seen nnd talked
him she was roth nmused and Indlg-
; at this samplo of War Deptrtmcnt
Bderlng s for Prlvato Mi vers he
hed heartily, Insisted that h be
ired to keep the teleBram as n some-
Land declared tint on the strength
his official mesige he Intended to
for a second wound Mrlpe and
Ktra pension "Its not every one-
id man who gets a chance to get
iln the fighting. Of course I don't
hiber hiving done so. hut the !ov.
nent skjs I did nnd who am I to
Ijon the word of the War Popart-
?" queried Mejers. with the lu
pus grin tint made him such a
lto with doctors, nurses and his
patients on board the transport
ZETCHES OF THE HEROES
mate Michael Inurlll. reported in
fa official casualty list as having
Jof wounds, Is actually alive and
well ana probably
en route to this
ing to his parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs Glr
nrd Innelll, 150
street. The War
.Informing them that their Kn had
or wounds in October arrived on
nber 26, tho ouy after Christmas,
otli were much upset, Uesplto the
hat only a day or so before Chrlst-
aey had received letters from him.
-December 9 and 12, saving that
well, navlng a tine time nml ex
I to be home shortly after the first
i new ear.
en they had checked tin on the
.they lenllzcd that Private Innelll
not li.iv o ntcu in October and
letters In December and so were
rted. In none of his letters, said
nnelll, has her son ever mentioned
been Injured She, believes that
another ciso of mistaken identity,
Illy as tho Joung soldiers name
pellcd Incorrectly on today s of-
BHualtv list, being set noun as
rill" and the address vvas given as
South Juniper street instead of
Bhere the Innelll family has lived
lumber of jears
ate Innelll was drafted in July
year, sent to camp vv aasvv orlli,
eu for immediate service over
ran placed in tne fiity-tiuni
and snlleu for franco two
fter reaching the cantonment.
Ihty-flve cars old and a skilled
' Eilvraril It, Jonen, wounded
, fltrhtini In tht Arennnn For-
E.A.... l.nn,A txin t,innthi liAfnm
(appeared In the official casual-
being on the uov eminent nonor
be first time tounv ue was
t April, trained at Camp Lee
;to France a month later as
or tno n.tn inianiry. a
homas Jones, Is now In Oer
the army of occupation. The
Hera are tne sons oi .ur. uuu
fey Jones, or 3oao caiuniei
Els of Schuylkill. Kdward
expert inpiuary ny iruue. i
KIberi I, pimem, uuiuiiaiij u,
ry. officially reportta iosi in
prober - nas oeen iuuicu, j
b-n ireisace from no
7cenl out jjecemoer i in
i hai on a evcrai occasions, i
Honor Roll for the City
and Vicinity Today
HIM OF ttllLMts
I'ATTKHsti.v, 7(10 (llenmore
Jilt II til, IXNNhf.H, ivtf b jun,r
and wefn ln",", h ho Is alive
HKNJtV sniovins iimdi)HIT7. 2202
-IMF-s Mt.VlMWH, 2.1(n Amber tt
MIlMiw'i-'' il'.y.""' 'm Chestnut at.
OHHMTI til IIF.MIhTTO. IIOl Mor
ri" at. tNot known ut that Hildre- )
1IMNK II. Mill.MW. J(14J S. Colo-
railo st (hanilly has mod )
HOlMlhtl, llF.dltKK I MlhTI-RMINF.n
J, RFII.I.Y. lot V Uravers
IK ITtXNChsCO. 1100
IIMIRV n. Ml(li:it, snon Itlslnc Pun
BWi'i?!'n. FROM I'WIP STTT.
tIKRVIWV, M( KKTIRNKI) TO
. I'rlTilteN t
t1.!,!P..,MN' '" "'7 H 7th st
11,1.1 M III.1MO, Philadelphia. (No
noting nndrrns alven )
Al HfRT lit M AN, Camden (No houso
AAltdN I,hl(TJt. SOJO N Jlaacher t.
WILLIAM It. SAXE, Jfi.
Died from wounds received in ac
tion on September 28 in France,
He was a member of the 111th Regi
ment. His parents reside at 347
Chestnut street, Souderton, Pa. He
was twenty car of ape and a mem
ber of tjje P. O. S, of A.
HAS 484 NAMES
Thirty on the Death Roll,
-45 Listed Missing, 409
FIVE SLAIN ON FIELD
Fifteen Succumb to Wounds.
Five to Disease. Five
Un.Mnnlon, Jnn 3 The casualty
record todav comprises 484 names Of
the total thirty nro on the denth roll,
forty.fl.ve arc listed as missing and 400
woundtvl Five of the dead were slain
In action nnd fifteen succumbed to
wounds, disease claimed five, nnd five
were victims of accident nnd other
Hummnrlzcd, the casualties to date
Jon 3 Totnis
Killed In action r.
Died from wounds .. 15
Died of disease . 5
Died from accidents and
other causes . . 5 15,480
Missing In action (Includ
ing prisoners) 4",
Wounded . 409
Crand totnls 481 217,492
Killed In Action
LIEUTENANTS ttonlnnd Sevtr Undue.
Pawtuckft, It 1 i Mrredllh I, I)od Paris,
Franca, tleelnatd HolllMvr llouthtnn Mich.;
Or-orge I) Montgomur) DuIioIp. Pa
Ited From Hound.
MKt'TKS'ANTS Everett It Lrlaure,
Routh Hend, Ind , tlcoree J Rvan Mar
Died nf Dlinhe
I.IEPTENANT Waltvr II Murphv Ita
clnr, V Is .
I Illnl of Arrldent anil Oilier ( nu.e.
I I.tllPTIlNANT Hnmuet It .Keeiilpr Jr
t oundril eifrelv
I M4.J(nl.enn K Smith DaMon Ohio
C VI'TAINS Ijiurlnlon 1. Knowlton
VVaihliiKlnn. D. t" Karl S MeCue lluik
I hnnnnn. VV Va
l.tllCTIWANTH Hohrrt V llfn, t.n
ifiixtti, Ind, !Udn O. I)uV.r. I'hinnck
Mont William S Fot Pine lllutt Ark
'Howard W Marlow, Wnnhlnclnn 1) C
William W Meter. t.akwned O i Matlhes I
J A Wilton, llrookbn, N Y
Ml. sins In Action .
I.lKUTrVANTI lleorgs K Hures. flilra. '
Rn, lll.t William K Hare Lnnslale, l'a I
Charlea William Hlgsliia. Ureennlwro N C.
Hnrr II Matigpr. "Hon Hlstnii Hun nvnu.
Philadelphia, l'a i John A Wnlsh New York
Itnundrd (Decrfe I mleterinlneill ,
A ronmvn Alhanj
(Nptoln V ernon
' "MKCTKNANT Walter
CAPTAIN Holierl 1! Krnned) Haiti
I.IEt'TEVANTS Umln Jl. Armstrong.
WIMIcld Hans , Itu.sell I linker. i:nst
llangor, l'a , Herliert Hi all I0 Mirlm
atrret, (lirmintown Phllttl l hln Pa
Jimn M Elllnatun Oxford N C Vli tor
II Itnm. Madia in. Wis Arthur I llnmtlen
New vork N V . Howard W Marlow
li c t 1 rnneia i.ero nulling
l'a 1; lloger Hamul Vlount
rnrreit Voek. Ilotkford III
SEIK1KAVT IIrr I !ndr I'llts
lOHHDItAI.S ttudolnh Knvacli Url Ige
vllle I'rcd I Kutthr I'ltlnliurgh Philip
I'll, rsnn 74IH (llnnmoro avenue Phlladel.
WAOONKIl-Mlchml I Mcl'ulii 1iU3
W il lie atreM I'hlladflrhln
Died from ccldent. anil Other (niLe.
fBllORANT William Ilnrrj Thorpe .101
West Hevmth street Cheater
l)lel nf lll.rn.e
iltAri.MV IUrr fc tiuvlilonlii 2JO-'
Nalrnni stree Philadelphia
i OUI'OItAl.s Knd J Honnert rrnnton
Frank Much I'lltshurghi Iteasty S Wfhler,
MKCIIAMI' James MrNamarn '-'H'D Am-
Iter atreet Philadelphia
WAOO Kit Walter II Hook I'emnmk"
I'HIVATKH William J .Mever. 4nT5
t'he.tnut alreit, I'hllaih Iphln William VV
ML.Ing In Action
l'im TE .lohn F Kolaveakl Wilkes
Ilirre Wnimilrd (Degree I ndelermlneil)
XKIHIIIANTS-Frnnh M Adam. Tents
ecinnd nrd linen alreet. I'htlailr phln
Jame. ii.li.i her (arliondile
(iml'OllAI.I rred Neall tntnii
drant Kiinkle Vandernrlfi Norman VV,
Noel, Srlnivlklll Count Frun'c .1 Ilelll)
1111 Vn'lh (leaver lano 1'hll.l le,hll
I'HIVVTi:1 Mihiilns De Francesco 1400
iiuth Pa. on lreet Phllidlphla ,tik K
(lache. 1111 fltttirirli John V Jacob) Cen
tenntsli John Wnluknnn. Pains Jo.eph
Heznniha Cicll: Pi ler DonlTn Nrtrlhum
herla,nd Fo II Spnnirler Mionl,i1!e John
Wounded Might lr
f oitl'OIIAI.M Hjrnn Iiunns) tiunhar
llltahev A Fennel llrapcvllle Carl A. he
gmr. llrailfnrd r
I'niVATKS llarrj II Mllri. Filrmnurt
Cltv (leorgo Steella Carnegie ElllnU 1
Shaffer Apol ! Ila Titus Hrle In.eph E
Ho.ik Miranton IiwreneeT Cl.rU lrhnF
town .lames II Coe Tjler Mill Felice
lrtl Kikeavlllo John IT Maria 1 aughlln
town Otla C Oiens Erie
Kleil from Vrrldenls nmt Oilier ( aii.e.
rm V TK Henrte r, smith Somervill
cniipalt m, -lohn .1 Miller cilffsld
PItlATl: (1-orue Ensmlnger Mnr-
rlstownt .Charles Kurtics ItorAelle rgrkj
John J, llanimlll, Jersey City. NlrJ Mail,
Mt..lng In Action
l'niVATES Thomas I Dunn. rtertont
Matthew Totarlo. Port lleidlnnton f
I Wonndcd (Degree tndetermlned)
. Ctilll'OltAI-Vletor Arllagton Trentorfl
, lludolph Hihmld, Jersey City.
I PRIVATUM slnaeph W. Delaney, Jersey
Cltv. Jihn VV Dougherty, Columbus: Morris
I'ltU TEM Charlea II Heed nralnardsj
Frwln Ilenki North Hergen Carl Hoffmail,
IMIhville jn.rph A I.wlanl Petersburg
Died of 1)1. enw
slJlttli: NT Jisae It nice Westport,
Uounilrd (Degree tndetermlned)
1 Stmtlt'ANT IsaiL O. Porter Eckhart.
W minded Slightly
Pltl VTE Oeoree VV Iluark. Taylor!
I llnd llciirv I Williams llaltlmore
Died of Dl.eu.e
MI.IUlhANT Hernard H Manford Nor
folk Wniimled (Degree I ndelermlned)
CtiltPliHAte Frank r 'erabeck. Ports.
'r'i''Hl'v TE Eln.er V Hitter Iloyce.
PRI ATK"4 llenrv 1. llerryman P.lcn
rnond John II .Moore Triplets Addison
i ummlnffK I.eKlnaton Kenneth H. Manning,
lllilnnond John VV Owen South Iloston.
both prior to and Immediately following
the signing of the armistice, written
his mother, Mrs Mnrv Simon. 200tJ
North Hancock street, that he has not
been wounded and has not been nwnv
from his company In the tlmo covered
by the conflicting Washington dis
patches, the first of which vvas received
on December .'.
A brother, Prlvnto John 1. Simon,
Company C, 315lh Infantry, was wound
ed In action and his parents received
notice of this fact through the usual
channels. A third brother Is a member
of Battery C. 108th Field Artillery, and
Isi stationed In Belgium.
Corporal riilllp l'ntterson, 7411 Olen
more avenue, wounded in action Septem
ber 6, died In a base hospltnl two davs
later, his pirents Just learned from a
War Department notlcn received Christ
mas Day, He was a member of Com
pany K, of the famous 109th Infantrv.
nnd took part In miny engagiments
before he was mortnlly Injured lie never
doubted for a minute that he would not
come back home snfe. said Ills mother.
In his last letter, written In August, he
said: 'Mother. I hnve been over tho top
again and am safe. (Sot merit mirks
for taking mv eight men over nnd back
without losing a tmn. I have seen them
fall all around me nnd alongside of me,
but 1 haven't stopped a boche bullet et
and I don't think they can hit a 'Pattir
son ' " He wis at a rist camp getting
leady for the next attack wncn he wrote
these words nnd it was only a few days
later that ho fell with gunshot wounds
in the left side and right arm.
Corpora) Tatterson enlisted In the old
First Iteglmint, N. (7 I , March. 1917.
when only .sixteen When Congress de
clared war a month afttr he was sent
to Camp Hancock for Intensive training
nU remained there until his leglmtnt
ivent over last July Ho was born in
this clt and nttendtd the loial public
schools He was the son of Mr. .ind
Mrs. Airier Pntttrson, nt tho Olenmore
ivtnue aJdiess 1 hev have another son,
William Alexander Patterson twentv
eight, serving with a tank corps ovti
thtre. Ho came through uninjured.
PHILA. ACE HERE
14 FOE AVIATORS
Sergeant James A. Connelly, Jr.,
Covered With French Hero
Another Phil ulrlphl.t "nee" has re
turned ho ne wearing the Croix de
Ouerre, seven palms nnd one gold star
nnd the Mednille Mllltalre Th8 nre
the highest honors tho French fiovern
nunt lias to offer heroes
Ho Is Serge-int Adjutant lemes A
Connellv, Jr , of the fnmnus I.ifavette
I Foadrllle, the son of Mr .ind Mrs
James A Connelly, of 3910 Chestnut
stn et hergennt Connellv Is home on
sick Ieive as the result of a severe at
tack of Influenza hut his not vet re
ceived his dlsclnrgo from the French
Ilj ing forces
SiiKennt Connellv is credited with
having taken part in slxtj-flve battles
ind In bringing elown fouttein enemv
alrplam s without sustaining a viound
He took part in all the big tights within
the list i lev in mouths serving In the1
hnttlti of Cltateau-Thlerrv, Verdun, the
to arms came all too slow, so ho bought
a ticket to Franco and Joined tho l.a-faje-tte-
Last .luly Sergeant Connellv was cited
In the dispatches from the front as a
pilot of rem irlmhlc courage and ubllltv.
Before entering tho service Sergeant
Connelly was connected with the Phlla
delphli office of the Guaranty Trust
Company of New- York. He- Is twentv
four venrs old and a graduate of the
Hplscopal Academy. clas of 1911.
URGK 60-DAY ASSEMBLY
Delaware Committee lso Names'
Counties Entitled to Speakership
Dover. Del. Jan. 2 The Republican
State Central Committee his recom
mended tint the speakership of the
Senate should bo accorded to Sussex
County, the speakership of tho Houso to
New Castle County nnd the clerkship of
the Senate to Kent County, Jenvlng alt
other officers to the selection of the
members of Legislature
It was also recommended that the
coming session, which opens next Fri
day, should not exceed sixty davs
Now in Full Swing!
I for 'I
Royal r fcLL'" Jl
Custom- fS: as ?
Built ? I
tr& if (
. vTsv Av
1 1 V f S'.?S
his place was usu illy nt the- top of his
sauiidion. from whire he send his mls-
Argnnne torest ana oiners i ignting al
uavs In ii single-seated Snail machine,
.lies with tin- deadly aim that mado
him an nee.
When the United Stntes declared war
Conmlly went to Washington to Join the
American nvlation corps. But his call
f the rata '
S a 1 .viiut
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Men's Trousers at Phenomenal Sale Prices
$4.50 TO $8 TROUSERS
s2.90, s3.35, ?4.90, 5.75
5 10. Overcoats & Suits
Sizes 10 to 18 years.
Suits: Norfolk styles in cassimeres,
cheviots and mixtures. Also Junior Norfolk
and Billy Boy suith for younger boys.
models in mixtures and
other wanted patterns.
I. II Ilrutlieri- Second Kloor, 7tli St.
Several of New York' Leading Manufacturers Have
Turned Over to Us Their Surplus Lots of Juveniles'
Winter Coats and Wool Dresses. First:
Clearance! Big & Little Girls'lg
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Of all-wool velour, zibeline, boucle, etc.
Some have larpe kit coney fur collars
and jaunty patch pockets. Some with
plaited backs; others have novelty fur
buttons, full swagger skirts and fancy
One of the many
Sizes 8 to 1G.
I Wool Serge Dresses
In wanted colors. Some combined with
plaid silk; others trimmed with con
trasting colors. Coatee effects, many
hand-embroidered. Have plaited skirts, pockets and
belts. Sizes 8 to 14.
Lit llrollim SECOND FLOOH
3000 Specially Purchased
Waists i $,
$7 and $8 Values
There are plenty in
lovely suit shades, such
as nnvv. taune, tan nnd
plum as well ns pink and
All the newevt neck ef
fects are featmed, in
cluding collarlesf styles,
round and V-necks and
give distinction to many
styles, embioidercd and
beaded designs are free
ly used. Jinny modeh
are prettily worked with
yarn in hnrmonizinpr
colors and others nre
1 It Ilrutlirm Second 1'loor
Just Arrived! Nine Hundred Pairs of
Actually Made to Sell for $8, Special . . J TT J
Close-out from a prominent manufacturer all sizes and
widths in each of the four smart styles included.
Brown Kid Vamp With Mouse Kid Top, Gray Kid,
Gray Buck, Dark Tan Calf With Gray Buck Top
Made on the vcr' new long vamp last with
9-inch top. Values, truly sensational!
Young Women's $0.50 1$C QC
to $7.50 Shoes ; ?&
New hiph-cut lace shoes, in tan Hussia
and dark blown kidskin with cloth or
leather tors. Long vamp, military heels,
Boys' Shoes, $2.59 & $2.89 '
Gunmetal in lace and bluchet. Sizes '
(10 to 5's) govern price.
Men's Shoes, $1 to $5
Impellent vnlues! P.itnnr. rnlt.
skin, black kid, tan and black
calf. Lace or blucher.
I.H llrntliem First Kloor, .N'orth
Misses' & Children $2.75 to
$3.50 Shoes, $2.39 i $2.49
Patent coltskin and gunmetal with
cloth or leathet tops. Lace and
i pi ice.
Sizes (82 to 2) govern
i Women's High-Grade
Patent coltbkin and gunmetal.
The January White Sale Seorei a Record With Its"
Wonderful Offerings of
Silk and Muslin Uridergarmei$
J?;'i!i,y,i J1" lly Mu'a """ me " 'Ifl'Kht to look uiion nnil
prices lou bejond ixpcctattons, uuullty eonsldcreil.
$3 Waihable Satin Chemise. $2.59
tltclilnu nnd slilrrlnsrs mtlion straps
J $3 Waihal
I Mnde with hemstll
$1.50 Petticoatt, $1.25
MuHlln-top Flounca viltli
Incf. Underruffle. On plr.
$2 Nightgowns, $1.69
$2.25 Pink Gowns,
l'luk batiste In pHln nnd
lace trimmed tylen.
$1.25 Silk Camisoles,
Crepe de chine and Fitln
manv with Ince. On pic-tlirer1
with lacea. embroidered In
ertn and ribbons. Small
eleevra, one aketelird.
I.lt Ilrotliera Si:COJ'D FI.OOP.
1 4tll' OUK Bid HESTAVKAhT BEST OS
Continuing Our Great January Sale of Women' and Children'
N Underwear and Hosiery Bargains Extraordinary in Each Lot!
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$1125 Underwear, each
Cotton. Some .samples; s,omc slightly imperfect
Women's $2 to $1
$2.50 Union Suits X
Infants' Mercerized Ribbed
Lisle Stockings, 35c
White. Sizes 4tt to 6H. Three
Women's 55c Mercerized
D!ack, white and colors. Imperfect.
KVB ItVTHl.SU AT LOWEST rKlCES. TIFTH VLOOB
Women's $1.15 SUk
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