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'.'rf', - w - A-.1 - ' if1J1rfyV) M'.'4';rlWV''4W,lti" sBrwviji V ' A EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TCESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1910 m I I J': 1 CASUALTY LIST HAS 27 KILLED .Thirteen Others Died of Wounds, 26 of Disease, ! 6 of Accident i 10 MISSING IN, ACTION 1 , Grand Total of Losses Up to; Date by War Department 211.282 Whlnton. Jan. 21. The casualties announced by the War Department this afternoon comprlso 82 names. Of this total 2T wero killed In action, thirteen died of wounds received In action. 2G Fuccumbed to diseases and K were on tnc list as having died from accidents nnd other causes. There are only ten leported mlsslnR and none ns wounded. The first section of tlio uas renori. is- i-ued this mornlns. shows G3 wounded severely. Died from incident nnd ... other causes 5 Died of disease 2fi MlsslnR In nctlon 10 Wounded In action 1r!202 13,38 134,036 82 211.210 Total Total of section num ber 1 casualty list M Hraml lOtal orrirKKs list Killed In Action I.IKL'TIJNANTrt Vrthur Connor -'.--I Pt. Al- . . r.in trinii vt tuip4 Mllne In .Vrtion pniVATB Clauil M. Hnnes. Clermont Mounded slUhtlr In Aetlon. "'ou"lr "-j .......... -. , .... I ............ I 1f.,n llftBWlCW . . v-S-V'Yir KeeirSrT" ' . " , vi.,n,ii in Arllnn (nrttrto innHermineui. PiT.loin. Reimrted Mlln In Arlion 1 ,-." v.in. i-i oiri. AuBust A n?Hel. . !lttiniurBti. Tho'.doro V ItletztnBer. 13.. MVet Camnria mrrci. innuu" mck '" '""""".'n.''A' To'n """"" pniVATK John Jl Cummlncs. 3118 North How aril street, Phllndi-lphla. Iteturned to Iliitir. Irevioiisiv Kfiionea .u- " " " . conroitAi i:.iri 1 r-mn.lna T-ltl.- l'HIV Al l.n joilli r.imi rtii-n-isuji. ....,...- . D.u. i.r...v llnmiiune. l.ue Ilo.e. SharpsvlllO! I'harlfii M Stnnp. Plttsbursh:, Wllllum J VVrlnht. PlttsbnrBh. I MAH1NK coill't ' WALT1ES 1 PENNSYLVANIA Killed In Action Summailzeil, the casunujes io nam ine mm ot psmtrnimm aiiu mo '""'"" I tho most recent Information In tnl:- "ia"v 'e same catepor ns foodstuffs. I nndaro nl Jupo-Slavl Altrl illcouo cue Keported Ano7h l.l b'. to ratify ,ho lr.y" of Xdcona tohH..nrnu!SoS?U " no'ad" i'.' Vae lltle " o?n, n" fT " ," T- T '" "T" f C"' ""':.-1 ,T0?B PeI,Ce' valflnR0 l"rati,o Amerlcpll, Satlm. "our and dtatrlbutlne food after it I. " r ' '' "s tX Killed hi action 2. 30,426 sehelilemann Votes Thrown Out vvhero the feellnc was MlonB that tho Imported. , cotnm.-rclale, mentre le stutlstlche chl- Tlla.1 nf ,nimrlfl 13 l-.bUJ , .... ...... . jt ... ..... .., ,1 ., ..... . .. .11 ...., ,,!, B,.ln.,,n II . 1 ' lci1.l.;.rrANT-n,.,.e.Ru.h.,for-D.n. M-PnK(rromB y.. ouh, "& ' ," mPj l.v .nod.finR tho ' , oi" mdulM ,a!;r,' who .-ossaria, ma orr s'linpone.ses, ponM .' ' ' U C1 ." I . ten l.outtort vMV rhrlsMan Peonlo's part. 77,304; Herman blockade nftalnst the Oirmiin ports mi nrp stm under nrmr. Tho manufactiiie '''' "itempor.inenmeiitl- cl clunRO II ClOtllCS. 1 llC' liaVC Cllllci t CI1 I ,w of Mound'. Democrats, BM21. Independent Social- ns to peimlt n fnlr ib-Riee of t'ndlnB ot tcxU,w. tor example, is urRentlv ,-,- Ruente teleKramm.i fuclnalo non vt , . , , , r , rtl ItTtlVATKS-Josepli S Oorgel. scranton. lsiHi 34tl0fl, The National People's with the outside world, thus pcimit- ml,ro(l to n.-et tho needs of , nemy pop-1 ' le' ,lu ,bl- 'l!" "'lato Jiropa- WHO .tlbO I1CCG CIOUICS, lOOQ, 4. .Vll Am 1 Ploweri.. ritisbwah; Joseph , narty olIea tne Hghest ot c of tho day , tine Gel many to litirch.ibo food nnd tlhl0, , a, th production of other mn J Randa jURo-slavo : tovs education, and homes M Jtvhlnnle ntro. hav Ine 7145 billots , othcr supplies with her own mono , , , , ,,.,,, to ,. (.lwlutoIv , s. Wi-sblrcton. lie 21 pennnlot n ill . cuuc.iiun, urn nuiiita W. Kllle.1 In Ation. ,'f",f:l1VT,,",nr"1 ' I,, iVssel the Malorlty Poclallsts cast 'earned tluotiKli selllnR HeMiian CMiorts pon,n,,I(, Th, m,l,i, it is -,,M. f,,Hll. M-.uclo iilllclale da HelRriide. nirulllco WlllCll IlCCd furilltUre, T-OUSC- VA sKnnPVNT-Thom.s" "hase Kington. ' 5,7is "otcs-nemocrats. 25,002; Chris ""clever a matket was nvallable. tnle relief mauns and ..llevl.ite condl- slump 1 serho ill qur. dl.-e che 1 sentl- (.,,;... q:j. nn.l ,.n,mtl(,s. '((' ?mi"AnlT7nhrymii v'rawiord. Fair- t," Vc'" H p"rv 4o05 Nationals, Tor their prtrt the Trench have ons of unemployment upon v. blch Ilol- im-ntl popolarl contro le Intppe Itnlla ic kixpillg 310S ail 1 L-OUIltlCss ,VVI ,nnnt em "a." eopies P-i". ''"i made It cleat- that tlicv me not satis- ..... 1. ,,..1,.,, niimii,. in n. aunnntnnn oanl nm In Serbia, liellle U nnc linf ,:,,-, t,U,.tn t 4-K 1 iiin oi iioiiniii . - -. ...,i. i,n is- fAcAnint iiAi m 1 u 1 Vni t tito t. Tii.iTinii ii .i..inu i,. ... . i..i . - iipfrraiii mn. ru cu uniirii liiin miiiumi" r r 1 . 1 i i i. . .. i-: .. Uft ;...... ".V ,. i ..!.. p,Ioiis1t Re- 9489; Herman Peoples party, -iiv, ,, . ,,,. nmntl.. ,u n rni,.llilon -" w ' .,,.., .;. . ", . i ,1.11,. """ inai i-umi 1 uuic iu inc. mi nunmiru rri vm in, .-;.--- - . , . ri.i-.ii... nni tvi mv x.i..... ... - -....... .. rrnr ihiiii t-iw ur ; stin! '1. nn.tFinTS .A..r Allll OFtS f "rtlllTViriia I ft Pn,VAT.oi!?.V,&. l bnruy Socialists bad from .0 Ijej etreet FratiKroru, t'nnaaeipnia. Present for I)ut. Prevlouslr Reported Mls- irrM-MV lor . uw. ,.. flllV AII.-.-IIIIIIH1 wi. liu,uuib.i, Allied Compromise trm . T W. Z.T gt ffffOfirrf r"rtinnni "' vivv . ww.ww . Continued from Tate One vi III get four out ot the fourteen seats forces now in Russia and an attempt j a "Xw""""' seat's &We.m to make a working arrangement toi nerlln, the Democrats two and tho three help Russia out of her troubles j v' coSnVoMhe national Without formal recognition Of theoto probably will not be available bc Bolshevists. 'oro tomorrow. This proposal has great Strength ' Klchhorn Faces Arrt in British and American official cir- i It is probable that nicliborn. sparta- , , l .j. v. i ,i.i. can, recently chief of police, and HtiR cles, but it is by no means clear what Hftisei nn tlm secretnty f:r I'orlRn policy will be adopted. Affairs In tho Ebert cabinet, have been ,, , . .. elected to tho National Assembl lle- Something again must come up , tlJrn) aro comlnB ery Biowi, nnd the within a few days regarding Russia, results, even in Berlin, aro unccttaln. for a universally recognized Russian ' Berlin " policy must bo achieved. been issued. It Is said that various Disarmament, restoration of com- charges have been made proof ' which . , , .. j ,1. . ,,- v would make r.lchhorn liable to punish- mercial relations and the establish- m,nt for flftcen Jears nient of peace and order in Europe .... .. .n.ii e tUr. all hinge on the settlement OI ine Russian question. The defeat of tho T)J. In Poplin nnil tk imnrnvprnent Reds in Berlin and the improvement of the situation in 1'oland may bring some measure of recognition to the Bolshevist Government which is re ported to be sending Joffe and Lit vinov to the Peace Conference. The best information possessed by American experts on Russian affairs Is contradictory as to the strength of b Ttnlshpvlst Government. the Boisneviss uovernmeni. On one hand is reported a readt- JU-ir- rrk :r.;iTrV- "lJL)mUnSiTn(lliaiBiiif nynt iLfir frft VT "ipmKsnur mHr w i gat j- Certified by the Philadelphia Pediatric Society Whlker-Gordon Just as it comes from the Cow Milk Natural Delivered in Philadelphia by the Supplee-Wills-Jones Milk Co. t AH milk sold by the Walker-Gordon Laboratory Company is produced from cows owned, fed and cared for by this Company, and delivered from its own or its agents' wagons. This insures uniformly clean and pure milk, and satisfactory service in which every care is taken to make sure that Walker-Gordon milk reaches the consumer just as it comes from the cow, fresh, clean, pure. Bacteriological examina tions show the milk to be remarkably clean. Walker-Gordon cons are large, healthy animals, many of which are bred and raited by the Company. They are tested and examined dally and are fed a ration of clean grains, clover and alfalfa hay. Milked in clean barns, from clean com by clean hands, and delivered sealed and cold within a few hours after lt leaves the covvi this is Walker-Gordon Milk. SUPPLEE-WlLLS-JONES MlLK COMPANY Winntr tf ftvtht Gtld Medals TeltpbinePtplar 530 ncss to surrender, on the other hnnd Is undoubted the strength of tho Red army and the support of the Bol shevists by other political elements who are opposed to foreign interven- i tion which would lestoro the land to the old landlords and rob them of tho fruits of the revolution. Thirty-two million rubles of paper money now In circulation In Russia and the deficit of forty-eight million niVilos in tlifi 1919 budiret will Imvn to be met by further work of the printing press. I Moderates Win Teuton Election Continued from Farc One .many candidates as there were deputies to be elected, electors were permlttl to strike out a name or names on a bal- lot, but could not Insert others to replace them. The vntlns. under tho Herman ncheme. Is based on proportional rcpresenta- tlpn, so that each party elects reprcscn- tatUes In proportion to the voto cast. ine lirsc msis oi me iiuuuuai """ i bly. the Herman advices show, will bo to draw up a new Constitution, deflnlnR j lie .iu.juruy nuuiiiu-io, nw ,itw,fc,i it, in.,.,. ,i, h,i iimir iiinv name printed nt tho bottom of the ballot, and In some pollliiR stations In Berlin larRe numbers of these ballots wero declared f illcRnl, nnd It Is said that l'lilitpp Scbeldemanti lost 11.000 votes In one ., o..i !.,. e. hi. ,in.. Incomplete returns last night showed ihnl l,e Tlemoerata rolled 1.2.14,041 - . votes; Majority Socialists. 2,603.423; in- dependent .Socialise ,01.187; Christian People's partv. 1.110.137; the Herman People's party, 266.157. and the National 1'eonle's nartv. 467.367 the Independent Socialist" 1 1 Ji mi. n si 1 .., 1 iAnti i it rnrTL- . -. . i ine cerman .x.iuuii..i ""'"-"' has elected eight deleRates In liauen. n- " r.T 7. -.'..., -I' .1 .!.,- nMiiiirirr Uflrr 1 itinrtii 1:11 -. iiii'-l 1111c 111111- -l,'"r. iW....i-., later. T-h.e Chrlft an Peoples' party fnnee j rentrlsts) electea livo ueie- g one of ,Ulum )3 Konstantlne Feurenbnch Tirro deV llerinnn nie.sch. P, Social Democrats u0 dehcates nueckert ...... tl . I11UIK, ."""-'" .... - .t.,. ... ....-. successful as a candidate 01 ui.iu.m.. Democratic part- . P5x-ulU!ec- Ilerlln. Jan. .1. 1" "' ,"''. tlon returns from all parta of Herman aro cominR Into Herlln slowly because r the work In tabulatitiR tho vote of the -t. n.ltH.. nivtlAU v.-il ui m.- "".. .-.- ...... - pendent Socialists and the J.erman , Dem- .... ih. Mnlnrltv Social 3tS Will COn- istltute the Left of tne .National .venc-in- , bly. with 65 per cent of the seals. The Democratic pirty has trade nn 1 ...n.n .i,nln.r. nnd nay outstrip the ...... , .-- t I ..,. Tlin IiiiIa. ceninsis in ine nuiu vu..v. -- socialists made a stronR cleventn- hour rallv in the capital, and probabl Tho c-omhlneil bourReols parties m ine kingdom of WuerttemburR nnd tho pro,lnLe ot Hohenzollern, Prussia, elected ten delegates to the Xatlonnl As- sembly. The Majority Socialists sented gen and thQ Inde,)cn,,,.nt Soclalists none. The combined popular vote of the t Socialists was uOCOOO and tne nourgeois In Mecklenburg and Lubeck the com bined bourpeols parties elected three delegates and the Socialists thiee. The Majority Socialists appear to have made big gains In T'ast Prussia, In Hanover and Bremen the Majority So cialists had a largo ;naJorlty over the ii a i Lien jiiivvi Independent Socialists. In Lelpzlc, how- ,eNer - the Independent Socialists polled , 105000 vot neainst 95,000 for tho Ma- 1 jority socialists. H Clean , rrcsident ot me iii h by her Kovernmont, for the tcason that ," ',, " ' ..!,. cnno r-iimortiti I clornnll iuui itini aiiiiii iiimmii iiicill- pRates were elected ' im f this onooutnRrmeiit bewti to hrlnc ., .. , n, .,. BlpIrnno ,, , K(irhi crn.tl .ono ,i avvlo clu II here nf tliete linmec Flo vnn Dmocrats. one peine er, n rCf.um))tIon of noimal conditions to ,r.L n , ., n, ,h ,nn. h,,,. noIn ,,.. n,niI,.r.. con p-ulcnsa la ",." ,. ' J.. arclfc-n Minister of Uaden ine that country, t hetv vvoul.l bo. 1 t pica .nnsl.lerstion L-lusta d.clslone delle nuto-lt.V iill.-atc. make ailVtllinil VOU WOUld T -'" ? M? ihVtu (1 J--o nVraJuiii-r rr p;ir!?la to exchange for their Traffic Minister. l.uuwie in oincr woiiis to us 11 suiiikj rau .......rlnla u--.1 in In.lustrton In such I'll .illro dl.picclo d.i CUllRiie In An flrS? Ylllir IllPSSnpP V nt,.. e tvio interior, was nression. cteiinanv vvoiiiu iicc-uiue . ; . ... ... .. ... .,1 ,. 1. ., - - r- COUNCIL OPPOSES TRADE WITH FOE Allies A. t r iMui.irmn ui'iuiv uicrhicb io me fence , gnillSt Ll ttingCongreM nrlouii economic dflcgntlon ( Blockade to Let Germans Enter Commerce , J 1 I AMERICANS FAVOR Believed ActlOU Would Help Stop Bolshevism and Also in Paying Indemnity By RICHARD V. OLLAHAN .,-,,. ,. . n ,,. , , special i.auie in avemng i nunc. L.cugrr Cennrlahl, IDM, bj lie .V. V. Times o. Inr, Jan "1 No ROnctnl oppor- tunlty Is to be'nfforilcd to Herman - fo A present at least -to muke ,., toward n resumption of nor- 'mn, econo,nic conditions This dc- rson i.a, ))ecn reached liv n majoilty . ,h -llnr.m council of the Inter- '.. . ' Confc,cnce nfter conK 0f . Hermanv vvaH clvru n meaKUic ot pat- tlclpatlon In the world's business. It was the Americans who brought the question squarely liefon? the su preme council, iliey nau necoinu vlnced that if present conditions con- Iiiurrl in the tpiutorien coiisiiiuiiiik tho former fiermnn Rmp re. i -he- vlsm would obtain such n lio d that It .. ..... t .1 1 I........IU . . nlinn if nttf um w m im '" -- """"; as a result lt would spre.ul e"tal and become n menace to over conn- "1- J o View ot ine L linen ouui-s nil . , , nuci(iv ini a position 7 - . of economic httenBtli umler the civ comilBt,ment 0r n UTtotl hlochnilo t"iK".n-iii ." .; ....- ii..ii...An, . . i'n.iri n ha iiniim. I' UI IIRTIIJUU', IIIV I IfllUI tlU MII14M- 8tp0(, , hilvt, fc,t that lt oulfl bo .., ,, .i,mv fiiniio to rjerninnv um tho tPrms nf ,,eIlcc Wl,lp acct.ptPd ..!,. .- ,,..,1 f, ...... Il,nl ul.n linrl linn . ". ..v ..- - vanquished. Omsk Will Ask' Peace Delegates ronflniieil from Pate One -er. nnrt the view- of Heibert C lloovi that, In this territory, there arc food 1 reserves sumclent to last tlio people I untn MnrcIli Imt that the ft 'iplles In other parts of tho country ate sn Tr. . 4. TY....!.!.... ll-llcnn la ren Inrnd TSnt -.r, i ,i--.u,-,n i. " .,....... v.. v- the people of nil the recent! liberated ,. .t.. m,,c. i, r.i ir in.-v nro not countries must be fed If the are not to bo in danger of lapsing Into Ho' - sbevism, and has asked Congress to advance money for feeding them, It Is considered evident that the provisioning t.t(tl,l.in pnntlnntiB In orrnm- n nroml- nenf ntnrn In the illseu.sslon-4 noil going on To Dlsrnss I.riiKiie toon Tho plans for tho Le.iRtte of Nations i are continuing to develop lind It I? deemed not improbable that Iho coo- ' ference will get to Its fltst full ds. cutslons of that bubject by the end of this week. The Italian Government li.m nom inated Senator Scialoja, former Minister iator Scialoja, former Minister ns the Italian member of the ml comiultteo In Paris to ciuistlon of the Leaguo of of Justice, International study tho nun Nntions. I.eon Bourgeois and 1-oul I Robert Cecil are the French nnd Brltlbh , members, respectively French women have nddressed n petl- tlon to tho members of the I'uice Con- ferenco asklnp Justice In tho name of j thousands of women, ouiir Rirls and children who. it is set forth, were s5s- tcmatleally toin from their families and subjected io various tonus or unreal- . lncnl nt iho linnil of the nermann dur Inc thenar. Tho petition mtils: "In order foiovcr lo prevent the re currence of Midi atrocities. ve ns; that . lho9 who executed them nml those v ho ordered them he Aimliinned as crlmlnnls of the common Inn " OwlnR to prendre of more uruent prolile ... - -.--. .ii. . . ., nro studying, each for ltelf, the block- ii i ii hi in i in lt. fill-ii inr imniT. inn nmni-. ndc and ltlndred problem. It la proln. bio they will Innunur.ite Joint dlcus- sloni durliiK tho comltis- week. The Ameilcan V lew point contemplates n certain relaxation of the earlier "water- i tlfiht" lilocknttr which would nllow tlio j entr;- of foodnluiru, lubricants nnd other materials Into enemy countries. This, It Is held, would penult the restoration "f. ""'rll.uttne BVKteniH Hour mills and other nReniies Involved In the pieparn. t'on of food supplies. The blockade, ' however, would o'.lterwltfe he ns rluUI'.y enforced as efr, hecauso of Its alue as a weapon to force the enemv to ac cept the peace terms that will bo pre sented, The relnntlnn of the blocl.ade ns repanls fooilstiiffs Is already effective! In n portion of the former HnpsbuiR domains rood Is belnR sent Into VI- cm!n "1 W,'U n",, "liberated reKlons' nnd will lie supplied to Ocrmany under ,l,p '"" of l,,e armlst'ce extens'on aRrerment slKiied nt Treves last Friday American experts nre mid to believe Uli" "''" nicint, ror nenrinna. lubrl- cants, repair parts for locomotives nnrt flour mllU nnd other nrtlcles fall In vlr- I j i, - t,,..t,. Miin'Huiir I Some American economic e.perts ad-1 ,Urcl ',pr como ,lel i"ovlm'nto commer vocnle for enemy countries, nt lean dale del porto ptio" C"cro attrlbulto Auvtila-IIuiiKary, nnd poslbly (lor- many, a further relaxntlnn of the block- nde to permit the ImporliUon of limited -ua,llllIcg ,,f raw- mnterl.ils These l,n- ports, however, wotilil not be enouclt to m)f t,)o ,,.., ("entrai rowers to resume tlonal commercial comnetltlnn while the Allied countries nre still lnbor- Ine under the Inndlcap of Hie tlivnstn- tlnn of iheir chief Indunrial u-slmi.s, the spoliation of Industrial plints the trans- formation of the Brent nu k of their re. carv. While proper safeguards will be need- ed to bar an- possibility of eportluR Roods at the enormous prir-en now paid ' for clothltiK and nrilchs of houFt-hold consumption, 'It Is tilt that the pressure , of public opinion 1m (tiemv countries 'IU ,.,;,,,, ,)OTne consumption. This lie- mand, will, lt is said, larRely prevent serious exports from neutrals to adjacent enemy countries. Allle Are llanillenpped .. ., , . ,1 . , This problem, however Is compllca ed by the question of possible- competition between neutrals and the handic-ippid Kntente belllRerents before the latter re completely restored to ante-helluni .,.. of ..r,.,., ,,..,., " , .ssoclnted Rovernments tnnt it tvouirt be unrair to ' J-"'" neutrals undue facilities to rush ani p world tiade while the l,n- , . hilllcr-nt nre nn.ihle 10 r,nnet ...... .,,, ,.,,i,,ii i.-ini- Dispatches from Loudon say I,leu(en- "nt l"olone Maurice llnnke.i, secretary o ,,.,, ,v.ir Cabinet. Ins been ' appointed the British representative on tlio secretariat of the rcc.rn Conference The other four great Powers have made or will make similar appointments. u.111 lie sllffel -it to been cnoils nl hnnu. ntrto ilccll Ituiun contro IC popomzioni e -J l.lf ...:ti: amines as are rrnuireo to iiv-ei ine naui i- Kruu.in', i.u .n.- .. "v... . fii -tt tt wyrt , ".rT-n'l'Min-ffySi.fy.Tff, , -r . -"1-t-- tw in Tin-Tmirr-Tii 'i-l fx-JLnrnjTjr-'rl.iii'CCTJ-iarurg-TilCTyyyegpaSrrsj; ,irr.7r-irjxjTilairnirg3CSiirxijyJ A Few Ig 3 yj Ul Then try one of our "im mediate service selections." Platter luncheons for fifty ccnti that will surprise in their quality and generous portions. "The National" 102-114 So. 15th Street EDWIN B. RHODES, Manager Wframimu-iiJiajiiSffiTgTuuiiiuu r!271T!d-"l'";TTT1 -TE g b wwimiitur T UN APPELLO DELLA STAMPA ITALIANA " . 91, 1 Tl-. . t vCCOrrc UIl JIlCrClL.I I roila" D . ir iiiiii wior- miiiiiia iikiiu ii zioni Itullanc t,jbllhP1 nn.1 Distributed VwXtT I'MllMtl" Ml Sit Aiithorl"eii Ia the mt of odnhr n. iniT on fllo lit Ilia ranloince of I'hlm Mi'ln'iln. fi ll iirdi r of the Pn-Mrti-nl , S llt'lil.i.sO.V. I'ostmuiitf r (Joneral llonm, 21 Rinnnlo I.a ftampa Itall .ina deplor.v 11 fatto che parecchl glor nnll amerlcanl, francesl ed iiRlel h.vnno ultlmninento pubbllcato nrtlcotl con cernentl le nsplrnalonl itnllano scrlvendo con lino splrlto poco nmlchcvole c speKSo rlfenndo fnttl erronel o filsl. Alcunl nffernuno cho l'ltnlla desldera nn neitersl tutla la costa orlentalo del I Adrlatlco. mentro e' ntnto qui' dlchla-1 rato, ed oRiiuno dovnbbe a questo tempo conoscere. che 1 Italia nsptra sol- I lanto nd una plccola partu delta costa. della quale una Rrande otenslono ilovrn' alia Croazla Alcunl Rlornall fanno nnche credere 'he rII Itallnnl perseRUltnno rII "lav I dell'Istrln, mentre I soil che reahnente sono perseRUltntl sono rII ltill.ini I.a stampa, pertnnto, fn urRenti pre- mure perche" una plu' enerRle.i p-ona- K.tnda nelle nnzlonl Allentc si i fatta Per far conoscere le rcall nsplrnzlonl deRli Itnllinl. '- prniiaR.iiiua iui.i iiu.iu- Kinmn .. Blornnlmento av- forze ltallano e clio vinirono Incldentl n.s time le cltti' 0eeun.1te-.llce II dlp.iceo ill'per.itl nppi'lll alb- I'otinze Allente si levnno ehlid.iidn proterlnne id apt.o'Rlo Numernl ntll ostbl da alone ill turte delle truppo it.ill.ine ill cltt.V del MontcuiRro e del portt ill Antivnrl, DulolKno. dnl Hume Uojnm a Scutari, ha prodntto una penosi Im- pn-sslone nel Monten-Rro e che Rrave conscRueiize posso.io derlvnrn per 1 emr. , rnp.,R.in.l.i delle nutotlta' Itall.ine f ' M ,lo N(.oIn cha fu ri,cell. '.' ., ,i,ii-i.,m,i,in ninnu. m0 cnolln.,, ,a ri'm.e voto' Vannoi-sl. " J s'tato JURo-slavo sotto 11 slmo s-erbo. (L 'VICTORY BALL" TRA T V CirlBl' JTAII.IAW Ijij iJl T I 1 J IVJJI I.a bonemerltn asociazlone "Stella ,1'Italla." tra le slcnore itallanc. ha -lecl-n ill dare l'anntiale ballo la sera dl lunedl' 21 gfiinaio, nella splendlda Bala del Btllevue-Stnitfonl, i blnmandolo "Victory Ball" o destlnnndo parte del Minutes Only for Luncheon? I Equally Enjoyable Are the National Breakfast!, 40 to 75 Cents and National Dinners, 65 Cents to One Dollar I 'i 'TtumrggiJgr.TT3crTr7TTir3i rlcavatan nollelvo del offercntl In J ltnlln n cause delta Rtterra. II Hallo quest'tinno nMumo una tin nortnnzn ccceilonnlu nla per lo scopo Illantloplco cul intra, fila perche' a pa lronl aonc stntl nomlnntl. nd unnnlmltn', II llcftlo Conrole Itnltuno In I'hllndcl- lihlu, Cav Uff. llnctnno roSBnrdl, e la .... . ... nun mstinin o coito niRnorn. nrnmle Contluitrlco del ballo earn' la slRnora I.ulsa I.ombardl, moRlle del ben i-onosciu o coniraiioro sir. iionerw title del FlRll d'Hnli-i, la quale nvru' per asslstentl le slRiiore Cnterlna Lntiry ed nisabctta Malattsta. V noor nuiii ager sono state nomlnnto le t-lRiiore Te resa CrlMlilo, Sladnlemi U-rtora, Mad dalena Snmmartlno e Ilosa Klnimcl. Mnestra ill ('irlmonle sar.i' la slRnora Maria M Clamplnl, la iualc nvra' per iisslslentl la slcnern Vlltorla Fulsettn o la slgnorlna Nettle ricccrello Trotsky Fleeing Esthonian Army Continued from Pane One Immense army to carry tl-em out " 'We have n million men todaj. they Giving the dollar wings Every shopping-day t ii women in command if. Delineator families spend COlllfort 3lld JOV of living. I'I.. ., .. ' .1... 4 1 ""- vvuincii iilt ill. s JUIIU- erg of BOOll American dol- o laTS IOl" tllC aSt 11CCC1S Ol tile I rrft rirrltf- in tlirm tlvrnncrlv Tp. . The Delineator 7"ne Magazine In ' 07C7 Million Homes ?t'iJiyawgtt5;KaggJBiy.'gKgd Hudson Seal jMuITs Harrcl Shape 15.00 Reirularly 22.'i0 M Fur The Prices Herein Quoted Are Less Than Actual Cost of Production! "DEGARDLESS of advancing costs of skins, despite increased cost of labor these beautiful furs have been priced below actual cost to insure quick disposal. Read each item carefully for each tells a most unusual value. In no instance will it be possible for U3 to duplicate any lot after it is sold. A Small Deposit (6) 30-INCH MARMOT COATS Krduccil from Uj.UU to A7 tJQ (3) -10-INCH MUSKRAT COATS Keilticttl from l.'J.OO to 7ft CQ (G) SC-INCH MUSKRAT COATS liriluird from 133.UU tii 01 p (6) 30-INCH AUSTRALIAN SICAL COATS Itnlurril fruni 143, 01) lo RR 00 (6) 40-INCH MUSKRAT COATS Itrilmril from 143.U0 to on CQ (4) SO-INCH AUSTRALIAN SKAL COATS Itrduieil fnim je.l.ou tu no CQ (3) 10-INCH HUDSON SL'AL COATS Ilnlurril from 34.V.OO to ICQ QQ (7) 30-INCH HUDSON SEAL COATS Iledured from 305.00 '"165 00 (2) 40-INCU RACCOON COATS ltrJuitil from 330.00 to IfjCQQ (50) WOLF SETS Ilrilureil (ram TU..V0. .ti Aft QQ Lnrtre. wlile nnlmnl pc.irfu Imrrel muff trlnmicil vv III) lienil tnllK nml rnB C'olorn are taupp, lirown, lihclc or crny. nmint ". I 51 "SUM 1 i!ii"i!i. via wmn u nm iu)iv "', uinruu muniiiMW ii I'lbwuiiiiiiiuiiS Wolf Muffs Taupe. Brown or Black Fox Muffs Black, Taupe or Brown 34-50 Rtialarly 60.00 24.50 Rtlularlj 39S0 iiUmfmsi wMmwmmmim declared, 'and In sK months' tlrno we shall have more than doubled our forces. The Hungarians will soon Join us, for HuiiRary Is rlpo for a prole tarlnn revolution. From Iludnpest the red DaR will he carried Into Austria. " 'We nre now on tho march to sup- Port t' Ilolshevlkt In Herhn. As soon ns our armies cross tho Herman fron- ,, tho Br,t(,r nrt I)f (Jermany nnd certainly all of I'russln, will inllv around the bnnners of Bolshevism Then vvc shall have millions of trnlned Her man poldlers nt our dlsjiosa! nnd ex perience no difficulty In the orRanlza Hon of nn army of B.oon.ono men with which to Invade nnd overwhelm westorn liurope. 1 iw fiermnns w in eaeorlv sel7e unnn the nnnnrnmltv tbn. ai.,..i ti...,. Matfson & DeMartf 1115 Chestnut Street Oppoiite Keilh't Theatr ANNOUNCE For Tomorrow Only! 57 Nutria Coats Priced Remarkably Low to Effect An Immediate Clearance Tr 1HESE coats arc newest designs from to the 45-inch ulster collar and culls of nutria The Prices Herein Quoted Are Less Than Actual Cost of Production! (8) :jO-INCII natural nutria coats Iteducetl from 17.V00 to Ho.fJO (9) 30-INCH TAUPE NUTRIA COATS Reduced from 195.00 to 135.00 (6) 36-INCH NATURAL NUTRIA COATS Reduced from 22.").00 to 145.00 (7) 36-INCH TAUPE NUTRIA COATS Reduced from 233.00 to 145,00 (9) 10-INCH NATURAL NUTRIA COATS Rediucd from 213.00 to 155,00 (10) 42-INCH TAUPE NUTRIA COATS Reduced from 2C0.00 to 155,00 (8) 45-INCH NATURAL NUTRIA COATS Reduced from 2G3.00 td 165.00 A Small Deposit Purchase PURCHASING AGENTS' ORDERS ACCEPTED: av?son & DeMan5? 1115 Chestnut Street (Opposite Keith's Theatre) These Extraordinary Specials Continued for Tomorrow! Every Price Is Remarkably Low to Effect An Immediate Clearance Note the Quantities Will Reserve Your Purchase Until Desired! I (12) FOX SETS ltriluieil from lln.00.to CO QQ l.tiftinUR full -filtreil bKIus, linrrcl muff anil lntge unle nnlmnl K-atf. llluk. tnupo or lironn. Wolf Scarfs Taupe, Cray g or Brown h 12-50 I Rtgmlarly 20.00 M riniroiriiibTrtTiiTjfii 1 1 I irwl IHUllI HHiiiswnU.' : PURCHASING AGENTS' ORDERS ACCEPTED, -r .-I to drive the Allies from their terrrW", and escape from tho crushing peMW - , . ., .... . . . ?t ucvepi, lor mey still reiuse io Bomn. they have been fairly vanquished on the field of battle. For them an alliance " i with us will be Immediate, and even former pan-Hermans nnd Junkers will - flRht In our ranks with enthusiasm! : npnlnst the British ana French. " 'Wo hnvo plenty of money and are confident we can realize our alms, for I'uropc Is In a state of absolute dlsor Knnlzntlon nnd confusion, and our armies will not long incounter serious opposi tion.' "Bolshevist ofllccrs certnlnly Intended lo Impress me by their boastlnR, but the warlike preparations which I witnessed from the train on the trip to Moscow bore out many of their statements." developed in the season's tho 30-inch sport coat model. Rollins; shawl or contrasting furs. Will Reserve Your Until Desired Fox Scarfs In 'Taupe, II row n or Ulack 49M Itccularly 72.30 (3) 43-INCH HUDSON SEAL COATS Itciluiril from 3U5.UU o IOC ffl (3) 30 TO 43 INCH HUDSON SEAL COATS Iteiliuril Irnin aali.00 , tu 94C QQ (1) 12-INCH PERSIAN LAMB COAT lleiliirtil mm JiS.Uu to OiC, QQ (2) 30-INCH NATURAL SQUIRREL COATS Ilnlurril rum .I1ii.no Iu 241! 00 (3) Ci-INCH SCOTCH MOLESKIN COATS ItrilurrJ fnim I'.'J.OO to onr qa (2) 43-INCH CARACUL COATS Ituilurril rriim 430,00 (o OOP aa (I) 30-INCH NATURAL MINK COAT ltriluiril fnim .:.',. Oil. to AAC QQ (1) RUSSIAN KOLINSKY CAPE COAT Itriluied from 'U3.U0 ., to CQC QQ (1) 43-INCH BROADTAIL COAT Ittiluitd from 0,'S.OU to CQC Qfl FOX & LYNX SETS ltrilurml fnim 110.00, to 0 4 QQ I.aiKo wlile niilinal ncarf and barrel muff. Colors nre taupe, blacl., gray anil brown. 'ium!mi!uuuiiinii!Lurii'.iE,!i!j)uujstianiiuitiiii!i!iai!U'irMajttii3 Fox Scarfs Brown. Taupe or Black 1 r ox Scarfs I i Black, Tnupe 1 -'; 1 or Brown I ,' I 39-50 I I RtiaUil, SSM I "" -j 22-50 Rtttlarlf 3150 m way i Mr. llstlc the wfl Ml M I i (I 1 ?" nJr ' . - . ' ' t.