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EVENING' PUBLIC LEDGER PHIEDEEPHI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1019
FALLS TO 742
Day's Total 29 Arc
Listed as Killed
12 DEAD OF WOUNDS
Disease Fatal to 90 and 15 Ac
cident Victims 588
Wnahlngton, Feb. 28. Scen hundred
nd forty-two names are contained In
four email casualty lists given out by
the War Department today, Including
commissioned and enlisted ranks.
Of this total, 330 appeared In the
morning report and 412 In the after-
nnnn rprnrri nn follows! Died from
"""vnimfl.. 1. rflurt of rilaeaae. 43! died
from accident and other causes, IS;
The complete roll of officers and tho
enlisted personnel or Pennsylvania,
and New Jersey follows:
Killed In action 29
Died from wounds 12
Died of disease 08
Died froii) accident and
other causes 15
Missing In action, In
Troops Back From War
and Others Homeward Bound
Sobral, duo at New York .from Brest, prisoners of Ninety-second Division;
Died from Accident and Other Causes
CAPTAIN Henry E. Itloux, Savannah.
Died of Dlaeaae
LIEUTENANT COLONEL Gilbert C.
Grafton. Farso. N. D. ..
MAJon James N. Hazlehurst. Chatta
nooga. Tenn. i .
Died from Wounds
CORPOllAL tohn W. Colablne. Bell
ropd. Died from Aeeldent and Other Cause
PnrVATES Frank T. Schommer, 2S24
North Twenty-fourth atreet. Philadelphia;
Walter O. Smith, Lancaster.
Died of DlaeaM
rnrVATE Huoo T. Dell. Kltlannlng.
PRIVATES Arthur Emll Krlckaon. Kane;
Robert J. Orr. Domary: William L Iluschel,
Plttiton: Lincoln O. Stroup. Fliher.
Died, Pretlonalr Reported MlMlnr
FRIVATE WlllUm Lowe. Falrchance.
Wounded, Desreo Undetermined, Fretloualr
PRIVATE HJalmer Foragren. Warren.
Returned to Dutr, Prctloualr Reported
PRIVATES John L. Flnnerty. Sharon;
Lowls Fromal. 1237 Central avenue, Ches
ter: Nell V. Uallazher. Neaquehonlncj
Thomna E. Lampman, 7429 Qlncham atreet,
Philadelphia; Andrew Skoah. Allrntown.
Wounded, Degree Undetermined
CORPORAIj John M, Ward. Uanltavtlle.
MUSICIAN Walter II, Velle. Puniautaw-
I'mVATESKdward Auer. SS15 Sunnyalde
avenue. Philadelphia: Howard W. Baker,
Fnriorytllle; Frank Alexander Hollard. '-'038
Houtl. ntrtrt. Philadelphia: Moaea Incar
natl, Ki-mtiurir: William Johnaon, Jr.. Pitta,
burgh: Anndeto Mattel. Jeaaup: Alfred Iiul.
Duryea: Jesse Jamea Tarbell. Ecllntioro;
Henry Tarolll. Force: Dm all I. Weaton,
5121 Weatmlnater avenue. Philadelphia.
PRIVATES Joaeph Pockery, Mount Pleaa.
ant: Georeo Schmld. Ibanon; Wayne U.
Htonlcv. Coon Jaland: ThonMa A. Stanton.
Johnstown: Itussell ji Thomaon. Wllklna-
Frederick T. Tuthiii. 8crantn: Joaeph
di. iiuir; i nanea a. iiacKinser,
February 16, with 2G5B men, Including
first and second battalion headquarters,
sanitary ntrd ordnanco detachments, sup
ply and machine-gun companies. Com
panies A, D, C, D, E and F, 367th In
fantry, forty-three officers and 1693 en
listed men (negro); 349th Machine-dun
Battalion complete, with exception of
eight officers detached, ten officers and
366 enlisted men (negro) ; Casual Com
pany N'o. 230, New York, one officer and
ninety-four enlisted men; Casual Com
pany No, 1202, New York, two officers
and 1G4 enlisted men; Casual Companies
Nos. 2C0, Illinois, and 1208, Ohio.
Turrlalba, due at New York, from La
Pnlllce, February 13, with ninety-six
Carrillo, duo at New York, from Bor
deaux, February 13, with fifty-nine men.
Including detachment B of Casual Com
pany No. 35, South Carolina; thirty-five
casual officers and four officers of Bor
deaux Convalescent Detachment No, 99,
all Blck or wounded.
Maiden, due at New York, from St.
Nazalre, February 6, with twenty-one
casuals. Including seventeen officers.
Aqultanla, due at New Y6rk, from
Brest, February 22, with' B9B2 men, In
cluding 366th Infantry, complete, 12G
officers and 3694 enlisted men (negro) ;
3i7tn Ammunition Train, complete,
thirty-seven officers and l'GS enlisted
men (negro) ; 317th Train Headquarters
and Ninety-second Division Military P6
lice Company, twenty-two officers and
231 enlisted men (negro) ; Second Corps
Artillery Park, seventeen officers and
seventy-six enlisted men; Brest Conva
lescent Detachments Nos. 60, 70 and" 71,
twenty-two officers and 247 enlisted men,
all sick or wounded; Casual Company
No. 1216, Illinois; sixty casual officers,
fifty-seven naval omcers and five
Great Northern, due at New York,
from Brest, February 22, with 2643
men, Including 349th Field Artillery
Field and Staff, Headquarters and Sup
ply Companies, Medical Companies
and Companies A, B,' C and D, fifty
eight officers and 1023 enlisted men
(negro) ; Casual Companies Nos. 235,
Georgia, and 968; Brest Convalescent
Detachments Nos. 61 to 69, Inclusive,
1291 enlisted 4Qen, all nick or wounded;
eighteen .detached officers of Fifty
fourth Coast Artillery and flvo casual
Rochester (war), due at New York,
also four wives of naval officers,
Maul, due at New York from Breit
February 16, with 3391 men. Including
3B0th Field Artillery complete, with ex
ception of forty-three officers detached,
thirty-nine officers and 1448 enlisted men
(negro), of whom nineteen officers and
765 enlisted men are for Camp Dlx; ung
ual Company. N. 268, New York, ono
officer and twenty.flve enlisted men;
Casual Companies Nos. 263, Texas; 1209,
Illinois; 1210, Michigan; 1212, Iowa and
Kansas; Brest Convalescent Detach
ments Nos. El to 68 InclusUe, 11M2 en
listed men, all sick or wounded ; thirteen
America (Itnllan), duo at New York
GILLETT IS VICTOR
IN SPEAKER FIGHT
Bay State Candidate De
feats Mann, 2 to 1, in
WikJiIiieIoii, Feb. 2S. ncprcspnta
tlvo Frederick t. Glllctt, of Massncliu
setts, was named as the prospective
Speaker of tho next. House of Ilepre
sontutlve),it a caucus of the Republi
can members last night. Mr. Olllelt
was chosen on the first ballot over
James R. Mann, of Illinois, present
from Marseilles, February 10, with 2163 . Republican floor leader, and Reprcscn
EV' Ji!Lu.dJn5l,'a?iiV.'5!i!-'i'h,?r ta" ''''"'P Campbell, of Kansas.
With 225 Republican members of tho
Joseph O. Rodger, of Philadelphia,
now a House employe, was nominated
for sergeant-at-arms over Representa
tive William J. Cory, of Wisconsin,
whose term expires March 4,
Pennsylvania's delegation, the larg
est of any state, voted as follows;
Tor Olllelt 20
For Mann 5
with tho prodigious problems of tho
Crltle of AdmlnMrallon
Mr. Olllett Is not prlmnrlly an orator
In tho unu.il political acceptation of tlint
term, but he has a way of preventing
statements In such a forceful and con
lnclng manner an to cause marked
anxiety on tho part of thoo op;oxed to
his way of thinking.
Some of Glllctt's war speeches were
gems -In tliclr way, notably one In the
House not long beforo the election of
last fall, In which he ridiculed the Hem
ocratlo argument that a Republican
Congress Mould ba gratifying to tho
Mr. Olllett began hli Washington ca-
.In innt'A whlrh rantm,! In IhninvUn. nn i'
name or itepresenuuivo uumi of th,r ...nrl(ln hmlra , .., .,,,- i nis co
presented by . ucpresemative Ta , . -... . - - - -- . ernur
, of Vermont, wlille itepresentn-1 - """' ;
aim. nf California, nominated
fifth Brigade Coast Artillery, nine offi
cers and sixty-three enlisted men; Head
quarters Thlrty-sfith Brigade Coast Ar
tillery, twelve officers and flfty.four en
listed men; Sixty-seventh Regiment
Coast Artillery, forty-two omcers and
next House voting tho ballot was as
Ulllett. 138; Mann. CD: Campbell. 13:
wn nmcrM unci I . - . ' ------.-.--. - ,,v.,.
1767 enlisted men; Provisional Detach-' 1 JN'''':"" -vmmiell, of
ment Slxty-thlrd Regiment Ooast Ar- I ,",: '"":..".. "" "B vciory scorco
tlllery, three officers and 106 enlisted
men; 107 casual officers.
Rochambeau, due at New York from
Havre, February 18, with 136? men, In
cluding advance detachments of Twenty
seventh Dlxlslon, slxty-nlno officers;
Field and Staff, Headquarters, Band, l"n.
gtneer Train, Ordnance and Sanitary De
tachments, Companies A, B,"C and P.
102d Infantry, twenty-nine officers and
913 enlisted men; detachments of 102d
Engineers, for Camp Dlx, ono officer and
forty-five enlisted men.
Abangarez, dua at New York from
Bordeaux, February 14, with twenty
five casual officers, sixty-nine nurses and
Yosemlte, due at New York from St.
Nazalre, February 12, with twenty-eight
men, consisting of Casual Company No.
165, New York, ono officer and 'twenty
four enlisted men ; threo casual officers.
Including 167th Aero Squadron, four
officers and 133 enlisted men; Mobile
Hospital No. 100; Casual Company No.
1214, Texas; two casuat officers and
fifty-two enlisted men.
Niagara, due at New York, from
Bordeaux, February 16, -with 364 men.
Including Eleventh Brigade Field Artil
lery Advance School Detachment, Camp
Upton, two omcers ana ntty-six en
listed men, of whom one officer and
thirty-seven enlisted men are for. Camp
Merrltt; Casual Companies Nos. 499.
Washington; 913, California; 915,
Maine, and 916, Michigan; Detachment
D of Casual Company No. 3o, CJeorgla,
by Mr. Olllett wm a distinct surprise,
as the rnci hnd been regarded tis a
very close nffalr.
Representative Mann Immediately
moved that tho nomination of Repre
sentative Olllett ho mntlo unanimous,
nnd this was done by acclamation. Tho
formnl election of Mr. Olllett will not
tako place until tho next Concress con
venes, but tho cholco of tonight's cau
cus Is final.
W. Tiler Page, of Maryland, was se
lected as clerk by ncclainatlon, nnd
CoHello .hre(e furka
Tho action of the conference, which
was presided over by Representative
Towner, of Iowa, came after two hours
Roptesentatlve aiann. in seconmng
v 10 name of Representative Campbell,
which had been placed before the cau
cus by Representative Anthony, of
Kimsa-t. Representative Sweet, of
Iowa, declared against what he termed
tho reuctlonarylsm presented by both
Mr. Olllett nnd Mr. Mann.
"The future of the Republican party
In tho House," Representative Sweet
wild, "looks very 'Haysy'and 'Pen
After his (.election, Mr. Glllctt Issued
the following statement:
"I have reached tho goal of my am.
hltlon, a happiness I suppose comes
to few men. I feel the deepest gratl
tudo to my generous friends nnd sup
porters, and I hnve not the slightest
tinge of hard feeling against any one.
My ambition will be to establish
hearty co-operation among nil Repub
licans, that wo may cope successfully
li- short-cropped beard, mainly gray, Mr.
Olllett, who Is sixty-seven years old, was
a bachelor up to 191B, when the widow
of (.'ongresaman Rockuuod Hoar, of
MassnchUMetts, bernme Ids bride.
Mr. Olllett will be the llrst Speaker
of the House Massachusetts bus had
since tho days before tho Civil War
New Hngtand has had two since that
period, and both made n, distinct Impres
sion on the national life: the late James
O, Illnlne, nnd Thomas II Heed, both of
Maine. It remains to b seen whether
pronpectlxe Upeaker Frederick Hunting
ton Olllett will share In their fame as
the presiding officer of the ino Im
portant legislative body In tho world.
He was born nt Westlleld, Massachu
setts, October 16, 1831. and Is a lawyer.
the Adjutant General nnd the Stat
Treasurer. Kx-Meutenant Governor Mc
Claln will bo the executive secretary of
reer back In 1893. with the Flftv.llilrd
'""i". ana nan ueen inero eer since. I wcinare mil in lloue .Monday
Ills personal popularity has been con- nrrlburr. Feb 28. The bill crent
tlnuous, bnrrlng one short period dur- Ing the Public Welfare Commission,
Ing which he wns roundly blamed bv the successor to the public safety corn
department clerks as the originator of mlttee of Pennsylvania, will lie liuro-
iuli-u ..luiiii.i; rt?l!IIIK III ino IIOIUP.
mmiMsion win contain the t.o-
rnairmnn the Lieutenant l.ov
eecrctary, tho Auditor General,
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Commence March 3d, 1919
Two Montha' Intrnalve Couraa In Auto
mobile Mechanlea, actual ahop experience In
the care and repalrlnc of automobile!.
Learn to Know Your Car!
If you ovn a car. you can bring It to th
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and repalra, gettlne a thoroush knowledge
of your own car.
Dally work from 6 A. M. to 3 P. W.
EVUNINO Automobile Claaaea two r.lfht
pfr week. 7:S0 to OBll I A I mi i APTEIU(5o
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I Hroad and Spring Garden Streets
rhene Poplar SI06,
r3tfafk)w3fkW9afiaw3a .aar MTOHi: OIlllKIt!) r MkW
I mm fate
n 1 VvJflf llllilnrlLfflB
from Brest, February 17, with 370 men, and twenty-live casual officers.
a. . Thrn
ruUttLFKn William D. Conlln, Xancaiter:
IM.llnavlllei Antonio Mtrfor.
linnkln: Vincent Andrlano. XMttsburRh; Ja
. coo k. itanxes, muuicRDurz; jonn t. names,
v Ambler; John W. Hund. S825 National
iticrt, Tacony, 1'hHadelphIa; Joseph Clyde
? Zj. lVrc, Hanover; John b Murray, Cur-
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Died or Dlaeaae
CIIAUFFEUll William a. Drove, Oranr.
PlIIVATES Ilarold Leech. Atlantlo City;
Amoa Iener, Hope. j
rillVATES Walter Ileevei, Woodatown;
Thomas K. Rtllly, Jeraey City: Alvah t,.
Wllllamaon. New Germantowni Jeiae It.
Voolcy, Neptune City; Anthony Zaladonla.
nilzabeth; lloSert J. Thompaon, Trenton;
Theodore 'W. Veland, Newark: Jamea A.
Wllaon. Jersey Cltv; William J. Oauahan.
Bverrtt: Harry Oule, Trenton: Jamea Henry
Mortimer, Newark. .
Slboney, due at New York from Bor
deaux, .February 20, with 3152 men, In
cluding 348th Infantry Detachment,
Camn UDton. sixteen officers and 997
enlisted men; Fortieth Division Head
quarters Detachment, New York, ten
enlisted men; Casual Company No. 918,
New York, two officers and 148 enlisted
men; Bordeaux Convalescent Detach
ment Nos. 75, 96. 97. 98. 101,-105, 108,
113, 115, 125, 12C, 127, 128, 129 ,130 and
131 forty-five officers and 1887 enlisted
men, all Blck or wounded; thirty-six
casual officers. Including Major General
Frederick S. Strong, commander of For
tieth Division, and Brigadier General
William O. Johnson.
Sierra, duo at New York from St.
Nazalre, February 9, with 1472 men. In
cluding 312th Ammunition Train, com
plete, thirty-seven officers and 1137 en
listed men, of whom thirty-three officers
and 992 enlisted men for Camp Dlx; De
tachment B of Casual Company No. 34,
New York, ono officer and twenty-eight
enlisted men; Bordeaux Convalescent
Detachments Nos. 72, 109, 110, 111, 123
and 124, eleven officers and 221 enlisted
men, all sick or wounded; seventeen
casual officers and three naval officers.
La Lorraine, from Havre, February
mil ! Jofi
numiinnv wxmm mj
00mw" xmg? """'"'''iiimiiiniiiimiB
: The Emblmm cf 100 Strjicm 5
Three years old, over 5000 Motor Cars j
registered , and more new members
jj every day would seem to be sum-
cient proof of the need and appre-
H ciation of such an efficient
t organization as the
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Typical Bonwit Teller & Co. modes expressive of
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In Scores of New Spring
Georgette crepei, ctcpo do
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It. & U. and Nemo
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New Capes and Dolmans
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