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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1G, 1919
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MAY ENTER PENN
Brown University Athlete
Hopes to Enroll in Med
ARRANGE CAGE GAME
Fred Pollard, tho former Ilrown Uni
versity gridiron sensation and who was
selected by Walter Camp for his 1916
All.Amerlcnn football team, may enter
the University of Pennsylvania.
Tho former Brown flash, who but re
cently received Iiln discharge from the
service, was n visitor at Kranklln Field
yesterday. He had a short conference
with tho athletic Instructors, and later
stated that ho hoped he would he ablo
to enter tho Penn medical school.
If tho colored athlete enrolls nt Tenn
he will be Klven a fine welcome by the
various coaches, for In addition to being
a star of high order In football he has
the reputation of belhs an exceptionally
fast track man.
Tenative Crew Selected
Coach Joe Wright Is so well pleased
with tho early showing of the crew can
didates that ho has begun forming ten
tative varsity, junior varsity, and quite
n few freshmen eights.
nick Suppleo, the former Central
High oarsman, was Wright's choice for
ntroko yesterday, The other memhers
of the varsity boat wert Storvln Wilson,
Cnrl IlolieTts, Hob WInslow, Horry Kel
ler, W. 51. Amos. J. V. I.llson. Vic Frank
nml Ilogcr Harden, coxswain. Sunplec.
Frank and Harden wero members of
tho freshmen eight last season. The
others orn veterans.
If Carl Thomas, vnrslty stroke last
year, returns to the University, Wright
will have threo classy candidates for
pace setter. Klmcr Little, stroke of the
Penn freshmen In 1010 and member of
the Junior varsity tho following year.
has returned to the Wharton School. Lit
tie has been working In a Government
nlrcraft plant nt Detroit, and rowed at
tho Detroit Boat Club last summer. Ho
Is In prima condition.
Play Muhlenberg Saturday
Muhlenberg has been selected over
Urslnus for Penn's basketball opponent
this Saturday evening. In making this
announcement Ildwnrd It. Bushncll, act
ing grnduntc, manager of athletics, also
stated that tho opening Intercolleglato
Iyeaguo game would be played with Col
umbia In New York, January 25.
Danny JleNlchol, who has been at
Camp Dlx receiving treatment for an In
Jury to his kneo, has received his dis
charge nnd expects to return to Penn.
Quite naturally he will don his basket
ball togs. If eligible he may take Joe
Mitchell's place at guard against Muh-
SOFT FOR DEMPSEY
Stops Husky Shipyard Worker in
Trenton, N. J., Jan. 16. Jack Detrui
sey, the fighting heavyweight Kensntlon,
opened his world's tour here tonight at
the Grand Theatre, Deinpscy and hl3
manager, Jack Kearns, have a standing
offer of $1000 to anv man who will stay
three rounds with Denipsey.
The offer was taken up tonight by a
big shipyard worker named Jack Mc
CJulre, who weighed over 200 pounds and
Mood six feet. After one minute of f.ist
righting Denipsey landed his right hand
on McOulro's Jaw, and he was out for
BILLIARD STARS SPLIT
Sutton Wins Afternoon Play and
Hoppe Evening Game
Willlo Hoppe. magician of the Ivories,
seems only spurred Into greater efforts
by defeat Yesterday nfternoon an un
finished run of 119 In the eighth frame
enabled Oeorgo .Sutton, the Chicago vet
eran, to defeat 1hn youthful billiard ex
ponent 30ft to 186. Tho s.imo evening
Hoppe staged a tomebnek. handing his
opponent a neat trimming. 300 to -10.
Jeffords Pays $10,000 for Understudy
'.evlnctoti. lis., Jnn. 1(1. Walter Jrffnr.ls
r.f Clpn lllri.llt. Vn.. lust nlcht limiLlit
from Thomas C McDowell, of Aiihl m.l I
Stud, th" r-trht-yeir-ol.l Viestnut brood
mure Urdrrslu.ly. l.y Imp, Star Ituby llrac'-L-lrillf,
for 110 (too. the hlehrst prho raid
for n thorouEhbred rnclns brood mare In
Kentucky In jeari
Former Pitt Star Injure.
Hnzlrton. I'a.. Jan, 1 Word was re-
celveH liere vealer.lav Hint 1,'r.Hl Seldel. a
tackle of thn HUH Pittshurah 1'nlverslty
eleven. Is In a hospital at Kort Onlethorpe,
Co.. with a fracture of tho left leic. sus- '
talned In a arldlron contest. Ho enlisted In
tho dental corps vMien the war uroKo ouc.
Middies Win Ninth Straight
Aunupolls, Jan. 10. Tho midshipmen
won their ninth consecutive basketball
came yesterday afternoon by defeating
Mt. St. Mary's, 43 to S, In n rather list
Camden Loses by One Point
Although Camden HlRh made a spirited
rally In the enmo with Chester Hlch at the
litter's Rimnasium jesterday. the visitors
failed to outwit their opponents, and Ches
ter won the basketball match by a slnslo
point. 33 to 37
Easy Victory for "Ted" Lewis
H. .vionircni, Jan. m ivm - icn
. wi.lterucl.iht rhamnlon. defeated
Itivet. of this city. In a ten-round bout here
last niRni. i.cvvih scorca KnocKuowns in
the first and stcond rounds and appeared to
ease up during the remainder of the con
test. J.afayel'0 Wins in Extra Period
i:aston, Pii.. Jan. 1G. It took an ex
tra flve-mlnute period for Lafayette to
best Brooklyn Polytechnic In a basket
ball game played In the Lafayette Har-
JIcAndrews to Meet Uroncy
Lancaster. Ph.. Jan Id Tim Dronev. of'
thla city, and IMdlo Mi-Andrews, of I'hll.i.
detphl.-v, have been mulched for a six-round
go hers January -7.
Goals From Every Angle
rusey & Jonea'a reconstructed line-up will
oppose Hog Island on the latter' floor to
morrow nlKht. and the locals are out to
make It two straight und a clean sweep for
Roy Steele. Eddie riolln and Ja.'klo A.lsma
are plailna- exhibition names In the West
and are plannlnir a tour of this vicinity.
They will plav a couple of names here on
RalM Klnll. of !1. P It. A. ha. fallen
avray off In hla work. In his nrst same
atatnst Wllbar ha scored five field coals
nnd In his second, opposed to Vtctrlx, lis
tallied two. Klnce then he has appeared In
three names, and besides falling to store
has plnied miserable ball.
Tomorrow night at the Nlcetown Iiovs1
Club, Nineteenth street and Hunting- Pari;
avenue. Tier in will plav a return a-ama with
the American irfaixuc All-Stars. The fonnr
won the first contest, 14 to l!c1, and Tier II)
Is out for revenge.
Tnumore Hall was secured last etenlnor
for a big benertt attraction on February 7,
when the Welcome Club will stage two
games, the entire proceeds to be devoted to
welcoming home the riftv.nine aoLdlera from
the Blsth and Twelfth Wards. The opener
will be lietwren two ladies' teams and the
second game will be Yours Truly against a
nicked suuad from the police and detective
Manager Jim Coffey Is all smiles. Even
, though some of the others are signing all
ihe former stars of the Eastern League.
, he Is happy Tommy Dunlevy arrives noma
Uwens, of Hancock, Improves each time
he 'appears at renter. Ills substitution for
ilugg in the. gams with Yours Troty was a
big factor In the victory of Mitch Hopkins'
- ,iv over th drat half wlaoera.
RATTLING THE TINWARE
) suit oes f'UT-,?'iiSl
WELL, ONE Will
airt me m
T OOKINd for the price tag on nn X-Mos gift Is cruel, llko tho guy who
-- said tlint gratitude was that fecllnR of anticipation of favors yet to
como. Quito cynical. An essay on Ingratitude could bo (typewritten by Old
John Barleycorn, tho liquid flro expert, who Is soon to bo demobilized nnd
hung on a rusty nail In tho closet.
THEM'S HARSH -WORDS 1
JAZZBO BAM.EYCOKX was tho founder of nil tho Poor Mans Clubs found
beneath the Illuminated sign on nearly every street corner. The pass
word to the clubroom Is a gentle puf.li on the swinging doors. Insldo mem
bers are presented with packages of liquid kick, and tho voltage nnd prlco
of sold kick depending on the finger measurement. Ono of tho secret greet
ings between members is
LET'S STEP ON A POWDER
PACKAGES of tho third-rail bevcrago In the vernacular of tho poolroom
nro known as "Ilcd Kyo Uooze," but the use of such a low term ns booze
finds no place In a family newspaper, fiotta be rellncd. Folk of tho U. S.
Army crimped tho corner clubllfe and started hammer-throwing. John
GOT IN VERY "WRONG
OtRsV SHAM t
mi- n nu.uhnic
Mjw. ,.vi vnunu
I Wit "sJ
"VNETIMB, or former friends of Jazzbo's Jolt ed
they started panning the organization. Now the works are scatteicd all
over the garage. Thera Is enough left to let tho old machine hit on one
cylinder until July 1, when John expects to escape to Holland, but
THE GOING WILL BE ROUGH
A NOTHEU sad angle to the whole affair Is the fow friends that would
-" remain true to tho veteran. Think
mlnglo with tho bottled thrills. They will probably have to Insert brass
falls In front ?f all soda counters next summer to mako tho new customers
feel at home.
Displays Old-Time Speed in Win
ning 100-Yard Swim
New York, Jan. 16. Hal Vollmer, win
ner of many college nnd amateur cham
pionships In the colors of the Xcw York
Athletic Club and Columbia University,
Is tho Invincible swimmer of old. He
decisively proved this In easily capturing
tho 100-yard speel.il scratch swim 111
tho aquatic carnival held by the Xew
York Athletic Club Inst night.
It was.Vollmer's Ilrst appearance In
open competition for almost one car, ns
he Is at the Pelhiim Hay naval train
ing station. His great display of speed
carried htm home In the splaahlng lima
of 56 1-5 seconds.
Amateur Caga Comment
The ltoirrft II. C. n fdron pcrond and
third class traveling team, want primes lth
team i.f that clatia. Ailurei'it A. 1,. Humer,
1 -I KUlmore mreet, or rhuno fc'rnnkford
The Arilfntes Club, a flrst-clnsi traveling
team, would lllio to book romen with nil
teams of Uh caliber In or 'out of the city
ortcllns a fair BUarantee Address M.
Urutfln. SIS North l'ortleth street.
Otiuker A. '.. a second-class tracllni;
team would lll.o to Imok irims i!th teams
ortirlni; n Buarantoe. It. WMIner. U330
Snutli t'haclttlik utrcet.
I.nwrenre A. A., a sccond-elaps tradln7
team, would llko to bcok Karnes with teams
In or out or llio euy, esiwcianv timar H. I..
Domett ii. i; ana tnr auairct L'luo ot
ton. X. J.
Address Harry I'rcztl,
Quaker Ilesenes would llko to arr.inao
saru-s with all HPCond.clas home trams,
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WMfi:M" truck you purchase embodies the highest grade workmanship g'tl'M
lffiiWI ' nnd materials, together with exact co-ordination of its com- ilVli
WMk0Mim0mi poncut parts, your investment is impaired at the start, and fllMn
Spsiyiili''l'i I or pcrmunent security invest in MACK trucks. I Wm&
I Kj INTlilKNATIONAL MOTOR COMPANY H
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In with tho mob when
of tho poor lobbygow, wjio would still ,
COLUtYiBIA MERMEN ACTIVE
Arranging Schedule Irrespective
of Collegiate League Action I
New Yerk, Jan. 16, Columbia Uni
versity will go ahead with the formu
lation of n MMuduIe for Its vaslty swim
ming team this season, irrespective of
whatever action may be taken by the
Intercollegiate. Swimming Association.
This Ii.ih been decided by the athletic
authorities after ri conference. In which '
tho fact was brought out that the ap
parent luck nf action liv the leitgue Indi
cated that there would be no league
nintclien nt all this jrar It Ij probnble
that the Columbia hw Immers will meet
Yale, Princeton, Peiiiislv.'inl.i and C. I
(' .V. V.
It Is likely also that n team will be
enterid In tho lnillvlilu.il Intercolleglato1
champlons'ilps If that meet Is held
worn nas Keen received that II.U Voll-
mor, the Inillvl.lunl ihamplnu several
yiurs ago. would n turn to the univer
sity for the si conn semester If he re
celved his discharge from the navy be
fore February 1.
RUTGERS CAGE SCHEDULE
Will Play Switrtliniore at Home,
New Ilriinsvvirli. N. J Jan. 10 The
Itutgets luslietball schedule for th"
present jcar was aniifiiiu.'e.l toih.v. Til'1
llrst game will be against Prime 'on. at
i-riiiut-iuii, on r 1 inaj ihkiii. iiiere are,. . ,, , ,,u ,, ,. i.,.,v,
ll,c.. lr,,n -.inr.u fm.lil.lln.- . t..r,.l I Weill OVir till) top, IMIOSul Oil POttl
game Willi rrmceion.
The M'liedulo follows. January 17
Princeton, nt Princeton; 1' I, Colgate, at
New llrursvvlck; 31. open Filuu.irv
7, Princeton, nt New l'rurtfcvv Ick ; 11,
open, 12. West Virginia, at New- Ilruii
svrlclc; "8, Kvvarthinore, at New Ilrune
- - i v . .1 ion inaHPSl 1 1 " 1 n
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Colonels Kemp and Brown,
Relieved, Called Victims
APPEAL TO CONGRESS
Organization Will Back Fight
Against .Regular Army's
Charges will be brought before Con
gress that Penn ylvnnla and other Na
tional Ouard ofTcers, among them Col
onel Mlllaid D. Drown and Colonel
fleorgc M. Kemp, of Philadelphia, weio
vk-.tlm.s nf efforts of the regular army
,yV.r i, ...hi, r.ni,r r,.. nt
junior raiiK. 1
Colonel Brown declares he and Colonel,
Kemp were pushed out of their com
mands "because our brigadier (a regular
army man) passed the buck to us."
A mlscarrlago of orders which caused
an nppalllng loss of life to the 110th In
fantry, commanded by Colonel Kemp,
resulted In the "buck passing." Col
onel Brown eon-mnndod the 109th In
fantry. Tho 110th was made up of men
nf the old Third of Philadelphia and
1 the 'lighting Tentn of (ireHntburg, I'n.
Th old First o! Philadelphia and the
i Thirteenth of Scianton were Incorporated
In the 109111.
Colonel Kemp and Brown piloted
their rcxItmntH through tho heaviest
lighting In which the unlls were en
gaged, and then were relieved of their
commands and placed In the service of
Colonel Brown's statements are borne
out by other Pennsylvania guard olllcers.
A. Wrlttnkcr. com-
mander of Ilattiry D, of the old First
Artillery, which was Incorporated in the
107th Field Artillery when the "Iron
Division" was formed, dic'ared the work-
i Ing of the regular nrmy "system," ns he
saw It, was nothing short of a "raw
I deal" for tho National Ouard.
I Captain WJittt iker has been mustered
out of the service. He returned from
overseas it few days ago.
Immediately nfter Ihe armistice was
signed, he said, captains nnd majors of
tho 107th were rdleiul of their com
mands to make way for oung officers
Just graduated from tho Army War
College In France.
The Association of National Ouard
Colonels Is back .f the proposal to carry
the light to Coi gress. This
tlon wns formed before the guardsmen
went overseas. It was apparent even then
that a moumer.t wns on foot nmom.
regular atmy nun to replace the guard
ofllcirs. The astoclatlon has been com
piling evldtnco against the day when
nn appeal would be made to Congress
Now that they havo been through the
war, meml'Cis of the association ch.irgn
that Junior olllcers placed over them III
the Held sarKflcid both them nnd their
men In further personal ambitions
In France, on tho lighting front, Major
ins W. b.urah. of the reg'il.ir army,i
then advanced and made an nrtltig
brigadier gendal over the Pennavlvanla
' nrigade III wlileli tlie rcgimeius or 1 oionei
Kemp nnd Cnlnni I Hronn were Includid.
An attack wns pi mne.l for 1 a 111 ono
'morning. Tho older for this attack was
sent out from brigade headnuniu-ra nnd
I reached Colonel Jlrovvn's lieadriuarttrH at
4.30 11. 111. half nn hour after the time
fixed for tho advance, and vcro reached
1 Colonel Kemp's headquarters at all.
I Though the order to advance 1 cached
I the two Phll.idelphl 1 leglmcnts half an
hour lite, the leglmental commanders
decided that l.itc was better than never,
and procede.l tn carry out the outers
iih quickly us they were received
Hn tho two I'lill.iilelplila regiments
Hanks, and buffered heavll). '1 Hey came
to a ktop when they found themselves
Unsupported and then received lec.ill
ordeis. Iminetllntcly aftetword the two
Philadelphia itgliiicut.il commanders
v.-cro called to the division li. adqu.uterH
to ai.svvtr chaiRt'H preferred against
' -' ' - -. -i -. ;ts
r . y i--;i"' . 'r
f. - -4 oV, lf-5V
them by their regular army brigade com
Colonel Kemp and Colonel Ilrown pre-1
ented their evidence to prove that they
had gono over the top as soon ns orders I
wero received and that they were not re
sponsible for not havlnt received orders
until half an hour to late. To this
Major Darrah, the acting brigade com
mander, Is said to hav offered no nde
Major General Mulr, In command of
the division, however, held that It was
I necessary for him to uphold his brigade
commander and relieved liotli c oionei
Kemp and Colonel Ilro mi of their com
mands. Colonel Bro'rn cntno home,
while Colonel Kemp nsccptrd a trans
fer to take command of a rest cunip.
Tho friends of both men feel that they
have been amply vindicated by the fact
that Major Darrah, tho regular army
man who acted as brigade commander
at the time, has slnco been relieved of
his brigade command a id reduced to his
old rank as a major In command of a
Colonet Brown Intimated that he
would reveal a sensatou.il story when
ho mill CciToncI Kemp were able to make
Hii Identical statement It Is probable
that It will give nn urrcvcnlr-d chapter
th" lilry of the 110th Infantry.
Mrs. W. Q. Price, the wife of Brigadier
..,,..,. ti-i-,. , fh,.ir .-,,1 i, .,.
i,an,i wa I10t the genr.il oillcer mm-
tloned lit the speech cf lleprescntatlve
James A, (Jalllvan, of Massachusetts,
Tuesday before Congiess as having
been mistreated by tho regular
nrmy. Sho said she be leved the man to
whom the reference war made was llrlg
odler Cleneral lttchard Coulter, of
Oreensburg. former CcloncI of tho old
"Fighting Tenth," of Philippine fame. I
"General Coulter," laid Mrs. Price.
"went oveiseas In command of a brigade
In tho '."unset Division.' Ho was not
pirmltted to go to th.) front with his
brigade, but was sent I ack to command
the port of I,e Havre.
".My husband, however, wrote to me
on December IS. At fiat time ho said I
His brigade of artlllerj had been sepa
rated from tho Twenty-eighth Division
and was then In Delgluii awaiting trans,
portation to France My husband said
his brigade at that time wns connected
with the N'lnety-llrst Division.
"I havo talked with many of tho na
tional guard olllcers win have returned,"
Jeel that the regular army olllcers took
advantage of them, ntil that, after the I
IlKldllig ended, they were furred to tire j
rear to niuke rootiv for the men uf the
in regard to his experience Colonel
nniwn said: Colonel Kemp and my
s6lf were pushed out (f our commands
Ikciium! the brigade commander, Clcn- ,
iral Thomas W. Darrah, passed us tho'
buck. A congressional lu.'Ulry would
1ev1.il many strange and Interesting 1
thing'., too, I know.
"It Is too long a slorv to go Into now, '
but when Colonel Ken p comes back I
ho Is In the seiv'ce stl 1 nnd I want no
h.11111 to coma to him becauio of any
thing I say we call bcth tell our story '
Ills experUnce wns even worse and more
interesting than mine, hut It dovetails
Into tho story that I w.II tell. loo. I
"The National tSunni ollieeis did not ,
rrcelve a 8'iuare deal. This happened
fiom the minute they were ready for
own-en. I do not bl.it 1c any particular
person for tho whole a fair, but I think
It was tho old 'reguh.r army system'
working against us whenever we went
"This system oftm worked In an i
underground way. The regular arms of-
fleers did not want us to forget that we
"cro only National Cm r.lrmen nnd that
tlM"' w,r' regulors Thty objected tu the
laci 111.11 W'tf wile Kl en ueiviee puj
This should not be given to the Notlon.il
tiu.ir.l. they held, but only to those who
had served In the arm.
You will find much in -these cars to
admire. They express the wealth of
experience that Hudson coach build
ers have gathered through years of
leadership. The unpracticed eye will
appreciate the beauty of design, the
good taste expressed in the detail of
finish and will admire the comfort and
luxury each type offers.
But the greatest appreciation by far
comes from the enduring satisfaction
of Hudson Super-Six performance.
The smoothness of operation with
which the Hudson mechanism per
forms its work under every condition
of stress relieves the passenger of all
IN DAY'S REPORT
Deaths Number 278, In
cluding 43 Killed in
14 DEAD OK WOUNDS
105 Claimed by Disease, 16
Victims of Accident, 9
Wnlilnlon. Jnn 16. Army carnal
ties renorted today number 311. Of the
total 178 ore In Mie list of dead which
Includes 43 killed In action. 14 who
succumbed to wounds. 105 vhtlms of ills
ease and 16 of accldnt nrd other causes.
Nine nre Mstetl ns missing in action nnd
Casualties summarized are to date:
,.,.. Janunry Id
HJIIod In action (-
Died from wounds 11
Died of dlsense 10,"
Died of nccldent anil
other causes lr,,ci5
Missing In action 9 15, in1)
Wounded j, -2 I3o!o58
(Irand totals 319
Ivlllel In Artlon
Samuel M Suwerbutts Wash-
Inetoti t r
111,.elr:,7,,'AY,-A,.,.''' I'.rve- Fletcher
ii-ron Jiitn l:rnst Alfr...i vf, vi.h ti-nnv.
n 1, I ? I:"1',";! ' Mmirr New 11-oom-11
,' ' i.' ' '' " S'ston. It Ion S C
111-11 -M nolley AHantn fin.
Died from Wounds
v.il.'.,.lll,,TI?N''v,N'T!,-,-,r'"1 rt.lwnr.ts. Detroit
Sfieh.i John H Henol.ls, Columbia. S. C.
Killed In Airplane Accident
' ft J'ST H Sherman Martin.
t nrooklvn. N. Y
' ivounde.1. Iir-rro t'ndctrrmlncd
J Mctlevltt I
Prlohlou. Jtasj Arthur II
Wo,,,",",,.e1r.,x,,!rc., WftuX" "" '
i.ui,,ii'jyjS5-,,,,ari " umAt- M-
Mounded Scvcretj In r(i prc,Ionly Ite.
Porteil Died ir lllvr-.i.c
.'',.'V"r.':NAST I'""1" Williamson, Mt
Killed In Al lion. Previous!- Reported Miss.
I111; In Artlon
IdllPTRVANT William K Ilrotherton
Mounded. Decree I'ndetermlneil ll'rrvlnuslv
Keporti-il MIshIuit In Villon
I.li:t'Ti:.N'Nr H.nry l: 1lib Hunllns
Miii.n.leil In Artlon (Derree t'li.leleriulned).
Prrvlo.t-1v Iti ported Died of Dlsr.i-e
CHAPLAIN Francis A Maci. Nantl
. .1'.,.' Pa
llrroneoiisly Reporleil Mounded Srvrrrlv
I.IIICTIINXNT Francis J. C011r.1v, llur
llPflton, N J.
Killed in Arlloti
PIllVATI'.x Cclvtlno Am.lii, Atlas, Martin
A ll.l.-icr, Jeeup.
Dlnl rrom Minimis
PROt:ANT IIofs IMuard Perrlne.
cciltlMiR L Vln..nt lljrn.-. M3I Keser
CIHIK (lUHtav A.lim St. In. Vorls
Died 1'rnm Aicldent and (1(1 r Cilll.es
HKIKIIUNT Crmrle H Sehul. 'JTlr.
N.irlh fourth air.. I Pbllud lphli.
D ed of DUeuse
PIHVATKS Harry V Hot. I'oltn,,'.,
imls AaffftaH 1 .mm
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New Beautiful Types Now on Displ
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chauffeur -driven Hudson Cars
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Chester! Jnmea 11. Johnston. Anollot Iiuls
VV Iwiushey, Columbia! Ilsrry I.ong, John,
sonliurm (labrlolll Ortolnnn, Arnold: tltno
l'rotevl, ".Ms Houth Hevenleenlh street,
Philadelphia! Illehnrd tlcrrlan Hhanor. Ift'lh.
lehem. John K. Bhea. Tailor; Harry A.
rillVATKR Kunenlo Csrdvmnne, Mortoni
lisvlil Ksney, Johnstown; Harry (Iroirinslty,
Washlhston, Aueustus K Iteyne Mi.1.1 pent
rldo street. Philadelphia! John A, Hvvarti,
onmled (11eree t'ndetermlneil)
rnitPoilAIr William I) (lelter, 13C0
Hast Columbia avenue. Phlladelphln.
rllllKlllANT llprnnrd Koepp. inu-uurRh.
V,1nit In Action
C'OIU'OHAle Jacob M Mnwrey. Denver
PIllVATi: Alexander Company. St. Naza
reth Killed In Aitlon. I'rcvloiislj lleportetl
Aoiinded Peverel) In Artlon
SKltni.ANT John J Iliad, JCO'j West
York street. Philadelphia.
1'ItIVATr: Karl 11. Morlll. Mradvllle.
Hilled lu Action. Previously Keported Mlss-
Iiir In Arlloti
PltlVATrS I.lov.t, I.. Manley .rintcom.
ery. John .1 Maicrnlck. Scranton. t'rank T
llled uf Hounds. I'reiloitsly Itriiorteil Miss
Inr hi Action
COItPOHAl Joseph M (lavtor tah-ffer.
l'ltiwn: William s Iloran Heranton.
Died, I'revlouslr Keported .Mlslnr hi Action
PIllVATi: Oscar (1 llilKren. Munson.
Wotlt.ilcil Mishtlv. l'rev1oiilv ltrporteil .M,s.
I iikt In Action
l'lttVATi: James A. Ilaldeman, dprlnz
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Wounded (Decree I'pdflermlned). rrsvloosl ,-r
Krimrtrri Mlsslnc In Action
, l'ltlVATn ltussell Vernon CromwtlUlKv 1
Harrison street, Philadelphia.
In Hospital, rreilon.lv Reported Mission Ij r
PItlVATES Harry It. Dahl. 2140 Jrrsnkll
street. 1'hlladelnhlai 1-e Hoy Ducsn, IM
Illavls street Philadelphia: Joseph It, F
dor. Patton- John A. Kelly, Northampton
Joseph K Stsckay. ms.v stenton arenof
rhlladelphla John Proctor, J010 Aroo
.sick In Hospital. ITetloolr Keported 311s
!" In Action
ConpOltAt Joseph Adsmson. 7019 Boyor
Krturncd to Duty. Previously Reported Miss-
... Inx In Action
ftlinanANT il.vr-e Itcekwlth. Krle.
11IIVAT1:h Thomas J Ilurhe. 'Jtna Ns
sau street Philadelphia! Arthur (I Carrloi.
Arnnhl. Mllllani It Kmerv. Chelloihan n
liench slreeta Philadelphia: Itlchanl J
Mlldn. R04 West Kront street. PhlladclohU
1 rancesto (lcremlta Plttsbursh.
rrruneoiislv Reperlrd Died of Disease
PIHVATt: William U Llndtnmuth. ltlni
Died of Disease
PIltVATn Westlet T lloasn, Newark.
1'IIIVATRH Michael litssalo. Trenton:
Charles Demello. Ilevcrly. rietranjsli.
u...,,Vn."nd'''1' l'ree I'ndetermlneil
Hr.nnUA.Nl' William T. Jamlecon
.... ,.. Wonmlcd Mlshlly
rii:ilOi:.NT Hobeit lid-north. Jersey
Wounded (IJecrce t'ndrtrrinlnedl, Previously
.,. Ileprrted Mlsslnc In Action
rlRltatlANl Thomsn Petty, Paterson,
111 Ilosiiltal, Prrvlnusir Keported Mlsslnc lc
PItlVATi: John n. Kline Simervllle..
ill1 au-r-OT .seas