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published every morning p? The Washington Herald Company, ??5-4*7-410 Eleventh Street_Phone_M un 3300 CLINTON T. BRAINARD....President and Publisher FOREIt.* REPRESENTATIVES! THE BECKW1TH 8??G??1. AGENCY Near Tork. Tribun? Building-; Chicago. Tribune Building; St Lout?. Third National Bank Building: Detroit. Ford Building._ SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY CARRIER: Dally and Sunday. 30 ceata per month; 13.?0 per year. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL: Dally and Sunday, 4? cent? per month; 15 00 per year. Daily only, .1* cent? per month; 14 00 per year. _ Entered at tb? po?tofflce at Washington, D. C. as aecond-clas? mall matter. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. toi8. Two Boys Who Killed Another. When the coroner's jury meets this morning to determine the responsibility for the death of 12-year-old Samuel Dixon, of 2307 Park place southeast, who was shot while swimming Wednesday evening in the Anacostia River, it will have on its hands not only a very puzzling case, but a disagreeable one a* well. The two boys, Charles E. Swann, aged. 15. and Joseph E. Clark, aged 16, who are held responsible by the police for the shooting, do not themselves know which one of them actually shot the Dixon boy. There may be no way for a coroner'? jury to find out The police cannot determine that fact. Both boys fired at once and fired wild, not expecting to hit any one. Neither has the slightest idea as to whether or not his par ticular bullet lodged in the Dixon boy's side and caused his death. NO one who saw the tragedy can throw any light on this phase of the case. One of the boys is directly responsible, even though he had not the slightest intention of committing a murder. Which one is is a problem that even the police do not expect the coroner's jury to decide. Here ire two boys, neither very bad, neither an angel. Both will in all probability be held responsible for the tragedy. The law demands, or will demand, that both be punished for being reckless with firearms. Both will go through life, neither knowing which one of them caused another boy to lose his life. Neither is really a criminal, although a murder was committed unintentionally. The affair in no way takes on a criminal aspect It is merely an unfor tunate circumstance. Another "Potsdam Puppet." Selection of the Duke of Urach to be King of Lithuania, re ported from Copenhagen, will probably have about as soothing effect on Lithuanians as German rule in Poland. For the duke, in the opinion of Lithuanians in this country, is nothing but a "Potsdam! puppet," chosen to rule over a people, who, if they had free expr?s-1 sion of their will, would not tolerate him. Urach is vouched for as a descendant of the royal house of Mindaugis and on ascending the throne he proposes to take the name of Mindaugis (Mindove) II to mark the continuation of that ancient Lithuanian line. Duke William of Urach is a Wurtemburger, head of the non reigning family of Urach, and an officer in the Wurtcmbtlrg army. He was the husband of Duchess Amelia of Bavaria, who died in 1912. As the father of twelve children it would seem as if his family was dukedom large enough without his taking on the added duties of trying to rule over a country which, given free expression of its will, would have him not, and which, if the puppet strings manipu lated at Potsdam ever elevate him to that office, will make his crown fruitless and his scepter barren. As for the boast that the blood of Mindaugis flows in his veins, it is submitted that, whether derived legitimately or by bar sinister, M'ven centuries of admixture with Teuton strains must have worked aii attainder, rendering it unfit to mingle with the Lithuanian stream Thus Lithuania, not long since recognized as free and independent by Germany, is placed on the German rack and compelled to cry "Long live the King" under threat of another turn of the screw. As a matter of fact, the great mass of the people :-c republicans at heart and are working for republican rule. Victory Flour The Food Administration asks retail dealer- to sell Victory flour, and urges consumers to buy that flour instead of wheat flour and 1 substitute. Victory flour is a mixture of 80 per cent wheat flour ?nd 20 per cent corn or barley flour. Under former rulings it was possible to purchase the flour sep arately and do one's own mixing. Hereafter the Food Administration takes no chances on German sympathizers and lukewarm Americans putting a hand in the mixing. And this is the reason: Enemies in our midst (and this includes slacker Americans, too) ?ho could afford it, bought the wheat flour and substitutes, and :hrew away the corn and barley flour, while using pure wheat flour. This was expensive to them, of course, but it was decidedly more ;ostly to the nation. Also, it was unfair to loyal Americans who con icientiously mixed their bread flour. So now when you buy Victory flour you are helping to defeat :his wheat-wasting program of Huns in America. You see, they :annot "unscramble" Victory flour, and thus corn and barley flours ire forced down their throats, much like retreat and defeat are being ?rammed down their Kaiser's throat "over there." Order Victory flour. Insist upon getting Victory flour. Report iny grocer who doesn't sell Victory flour. Report any r. i^libor who takes with all wheat flour. "Huns reel"?and it's a real reel, too. Slowly, steadily, surely, Americans, French and British travel astward. Christmas gift to the Yanks?renew your Red Cross membership ? December drive. Between defeats and retreats the Huns are spending their time ooking up some more "peace" dope. THE STUCK PIG. By EDMUND VANCE COOKE. "Peace! nations of the bleeding earthl Oh, let us show our nobler worth \nd grant ourselves a newer birth! Peace! peace! (until we build more U's And multiply our forty-two's.) Let us have peace! "Oh, English greed is sad disgrace And Yankees are a sordid race, Else peace would show her welcome face. Peace! peace! (for we are sore afraid We're going to lose our German trad..) Let us have peace! "Peace, brothers! do not use your powers To crush a people such as ours. !'eace! lest our disposition sours! Peace! (how we'd like to serve vou all As wc served Belgium in her fall!) Let us have peace! "What is the mad world fighting for? Ml righteous people must abhor The waste and wickedness of war. Peace! (so we save our fightine men To start another war again.) 7 Let us have peace! "Oh. wc have slain the tender child And a^cd women we've defiled, And every moral sense reviled. Peace! (till the world forgets our : We'll do a better job next time.) Let us have pcac;! "Peace! it was far from our desire That we v.,... planned this world-wide fire Should suffer on the funeral pyre. Peace! (save our Essen and otir Kid') Pcacel (heed our Hohcnzollcm squeal!) ' Let us have peace!" (Copyright, iq?6\? ^ <? i\\\ ib sui IE? IE Tn the current issue of Worlds! Work Mr. Henry Ford, candidate for the Michigan senatorship ex hibits a wonderful lack of concep tion of what the office means. He says, to illustrate: "The Pres ident has asked me to become a candidate for United States Senato, from Michigan?A request from President Wilson to me is a com mand. ' . Yet on the very same page he makes a fatal error, and one that abundantly shows his utter unfU ness for the position, by saying: "I shall not spend a cent nor make a single move to get into the Senate.'* This Is precisely the same as If a soldier, commanded to take a 'ierman prisoner should say: "I re gard the wish of the President of the United States as a command but I shall not' waste any energy trying to carry it out?I shall not make a single move to accomplish what he wants accomplished." Mr. Ford also shows what he thinks of the President's command by saying further: "I certainly would not make a public speech to get the nomination or A? De elect ed." We wonder what plan he has for obeying this "command" of the President?what mysterious and proper means he has evolved for being elected in a State where every candidate for public office has presented himself to the people on (he platform and has. in fact, made moves to be elected. But If these errors do not con vince the ordinary citixen that Mr. Ford is not fit for public office, office In a body which will be called upon some day to ratify treaties and to conclude the things for which we fight in this war. there is other m-iterial in Mr. Kords statement which is found to be ob jectionable. He says: '"I am a pacifist?I do not regret the effort (at sending the peace ?hip to Sweden)?I would not walk ac1V>ss the ?treet to be elected President of the United States." Mr. Ford makes a good oar?a car that goes up hill and down, on city streets and sandy country roads. It costs little money at the outset, the expense of maintaining it is moderate. And Mr. Ford ?hares some of his Immense profit with the men who work for him. But these things do not fit him for th? United States Senate above all other men of his State. There are other things that count more than these?we think there are other men In Mr. Ford's State who would make a speech to be elected, and who would "walk across the street" to be elected President of the United States?th? highest position in the greatest country in the world- v7? think Michigan will agree with us. Senators wax warm over the slacker raids in New York and Chicago, and jusf ? so, we think. Not that slackers should not be caught up and given punishment, for they should be dealt with by the law. But when only 2 per cent Is the net return of the "catch" It shows that something Is wrong and that it should be corrected before It is allowed to grow and to embarra?* hundred? of thousand? of good citizens of the ex tended draft ages. America wants the draft because It is the best means of raising an army, on a democratic basis, that has yet been devised. But this does not mean that countless irritations can be thrown upon the public, by any means. There must be Justice In its administration and universality and wisdom aplenty. If those qualities are not bound into the enforcement of the law It will work a downright hardship upon the people and will do much to defeat the splendid showing ! we have made thus far with the draft. Let common ?enee govern our actions. Whlcii lends us to th** observation that In spite of college training and extended experience and wealth and all other qualifications that admit men to the valley of big thine-, in this world, there is no substitute for common sense. It cannot be obtained as a collcgf- degree, it cannot be pur chased or begged or stolen or in herited?it can only result from care ful, conscientious thinking and an unfailing determination to make things count in an honest, straight forward way. Some one from Tom Marshall's home state called it ."ho.<s sense." And that is what It is. It means foresight as keen as hindsight, it Is necessary nt all times tn public af fairs but doubly necessary in times like these. Director McAdoo has wisely sat upon the ambitions of some railroad ! men to play the political game. The J step should have the indorsement of | all partisans and non-partisans. It should be engraved upon the efforts of every railroad man from now on to the end of the war?and after that lime if the government still has its potent interest in railroad operation. Years ago many of the states were under the hard and fast domination of railroad politicians. The people were gouged right and left because of this sway. It took years to rid the politics of the statea of this in sidious Influence and it took other years to wipe out the effect of rail road * political fixing. Some of the -?tate*; in fact, have not entirely re no vered even at this t?me. A11 are r>n the road to more perfect political freedom, however, and Mr. McAdoo*? order will encourage those who have ? ?>een making long continued and earn ?st fights for the new freedom. Congress will likely chant a ?lad "amen"' to the stop. There are many members of both Senate and House who have been fought by railroad politicians in times agone?and others now at home in the ranks who were set down there by the machinery of the railroad politicians. The complete > obliteration of railroad politics will i aid the government and the peonie, nnd. In the. long run, the railroads :hemselves. Hundreds of thousands of dollars, yes. perhaps millions of del Urs. are being taken Into the treasuries of oil ?ompanies of the nation. Some of the stocks being sold by these companies ire doubtless worth while?but many are not. It behooves the country to pive close attention to the matter, at my rate, and to thoroughly scruti nize every bit of oil stock which makes its appearance in any section of the country. The work of the Capital Issues Com mittee of the Treasury Department?a committee which Gov. Hamlin. of the Federal Reserve Board, head?! because of his office?is of decided importance. This committee, however. Is not a blue-sky preventive and Its function?| do not extend to stepping in and closing up such concerns. Tho com mittee, however, can give good advice, without doubt, on some of these prop ositions that look so very easy, and If you want the committee's opinion, lust call Go?- Hamlin or some of his administrative heads. Evervbody knows MaJ. Gon. John JoiUftlpn, ?X tfrii city, BHt 0V?rv_bod? "SCHOOL DAYS" By DW1G A UNE O' CHEER EACH DAY O' THE YEAR. Bj John Kendrfck Hmhri fri'l: gifts. A kindly word and cheery way Will brighten up the darkest day ? pleasant smile In hours of pam Will rive to lois a touch ot gain. A gleam of honest sympathy Will light the patb of mlwry. And of them all there isn't any That costs the giver half a penny, (t'upinehi, HX) doe? not know, however, that Gen. Johnston la the commander of the "Sandstorm" .Division of troops at Camp tody. New Mexico. Officer? of the division here a few days ago brought word that Cien. Johnbton has the devotion of all his men, officers and enlUted men alike, and that when the time comee to go to France there will be a wonderful outpouring of spirit tn follow the general. All the men will want to go with hlra to the end, and if any, are left behind it will be the moment of greatest grief in their lives. (.< n. Johnston has an abundance of humanity in hi.*- make-up. ami to this men and officers swear with a'l thetr hearts. He is of the type of gener.ils that lives forever in Ameri can history, and that will live there when the history of the present stu pendous conflict is written. He is a soldier always?a good soldier?but a man through and through. In the words of the private, who looked de votedly at him one day as he galloped along through one of the sandstorms they hnve so regularly out there In the West: 'There goes a he-man. I'd follow him through sand or rain or fire " THE OBSERVER. RAILROADS ACCEPT ALL U. S. CONTRACTS Advisory Committee .Agrees to Urge Patriotic Stand. New York. Sept. *?.?The railroad.? of the I'nted States Mill ,*\ccept the contracts proposed on behalf of the government hy Director General McAdoo, It was announced today fol lowing a meeting of the law and executive committee of the railway executives advisory committee. The presiding officer, Thomas De Witt Cuyler, of Philadelphia, was clothed with authority to advice eighty-two class one railroad.** to accept IN* con tract for patriotic reason.*. In his letter to those roads he said In part: * The contract does not give us in the way of protection all that we deem ourselves entitled to have, but the matten not conceded to us lie within the- region of a fair difference of opinion and aie negligible in com? parif-on with the larscr interests which have, to a substantial extent, been safeguarded. "In the opinion of this committee enlightened self interest and the dictates of patriotism alike rer.uir'e the acceptance of the proposed con tract and the committee without doubt or hesitation so advi.^cs." Five Are Missing Off Hi-Fated Cargo Ship The Navy Department Is informed that thr. steamship Lake ?wt ns was sunk by erunfire in foreign waters on the morning of September 3. Alt the members of the naval guard were saved, only one. Chief Boat swain's Mate H. W. Lincoln bring reported in hospital, and his in juries are. not rr^arded as serious. Five of the ship's cr^w are reported missing. All the other members of the crew have been landed. six seriously wounded and six slightly injured. The name? of these were not given in the dispatch. The Lake Owens wa? an army cargo ship of 2.30S gross tons. Brand Named on War Board. The Secretary of Agriculture yes terday designated Charles J. Brand. <'hief Bureau of Markets? to serve as representative of the Department of Agriculture as a member of the wool section of the War Indust:^-" Board. This waa requested by Bernard M. Baruch, chairman of th? War Industries Board. Mr. Brand will a.sslst In solving problems re garding wool marketing hut will not be concerned with matters in regard to price flxng. OPHELIA'S SLATE. > NEW YOHK, Ofinr wi ? ,o/f*drrk | New Tork, Sept. ? ? S. T^elghton K.ooks -Cjllarless Frooks, g? ni;:l. tal ented and urbane leader of the Col larless League of America, has for saken Fame for Fashion. He has put on his collar and the league has been busted hi^h and wide. It was Frooks, who. a few weeks ago. tooscd off his collar ami startled New Y?>rk with the announcement that the neck of man must be made safe for democracy. He declared that a collar wus of as much use on the neck as a bunion on the leading toe. From his law offices he i.ssued j statements inquiring why a man ? should go around like a turtle, with his neck ?ticking out of a shell. There were better shell gamev, he declared, j sn why fall for the collar? I And Just as everybody was gettine 1 Interested, and the league was receiv ing the endorsement of prominent man. including fit y Pate rsoti anar chists and ten poets from Greenwich ? Village, what happens? Well, this is what hnrnencd: A re ? porter, with nothing on his mind but ' his hat. ?trolled unexpectedly Into the j law office of the High Priest and leading exponent of decollete, and there sat Frooks with his neck en ! circled by a starched strip of linen. | offset by an Elbert Hubbard tie. Outside, the birds twittered about the base of the Columbus monument Over in Central Park members of the j Swan Feeders' Union were getting i ready to co home. From tbe street ' came the sound of purring, snarling . limousines. There was not a cloud in j the sky. ? "I am sorry." said Frooks I "So nm ?," said the scril?e, who writes at space rates. I Seen around th?? town? A laborer [wearing a red shirt and with a piek over liis shoulder sazine Into a " 1n i dow of Chinese pottery of ancient : Hneage on Fifth avenue. A thin. ??1? i young man with a beak like an Ibis defying a policeman to make him move oft* ? Broadway curb. Two young lovers, hand in band, asleep on tbe top of a movine bus ? rich and famous minine engineer lunchine at the nu torn**, tir restaurant. Jack TV'k ! ford and Olive Thomas his wti>, I srlashing each other In tbe surf af : Long Bench while the eie ?..] : chcer I ed. A woman, who brought hei* par rot with her In a tiny cage, ?lining on a roof garden. ? They were choosing beaut!? - for a Broadway chorus nr.d *? we! -known In auty picker nnp-.-errd In ' '? mod estly announced himself as * ? (treat eat connoisseur of beauty in the world. "I ran pick *em In the dark," was his boast. They put ten girls In a dirk room with him. He asked ea? h ??? ?ing. Each did nnd he easily j ? I 1 the mo.-xt beautiful girl. Her ? o ? was by far the worst of the lot. A great change has come tv r S?nd! ! son Square Park. At night ft iiied to , bo fi.lt-d with a motley asso; ? meut? j beery bums, soiled doves of the rtreets. professional hees-irs and ? other dregs of the Jlnkle-.ni le of the underworld. The gr. at war's I backfire has burned out * ?? human ; rubbish. The "woth-or-flpbl ' order ?gathered In many and tbe ? ?deserted out of sheer h< mili.itIon I when the stalwart soldiers and sall ) ors. waiting to go across, made the ? park their rendezvous. Now the i square looks like a small army ramp. j Officers and men of both army and | navy congregate there a.,<. fill tbe ! benches. Instead of obscene mutter ings aealnst fate and coarse stories that polluted the very night air. there are now patriotic snnu's. ??? con versation nnd nn air of ultra respec tability. Even the soap-ho\ ? ?iflst who used to make his stand -.'der j the gasoline torches haa moved to other parts. 2,000 ACRES DEEDED TO ORDNANCE DEPT. Two thousand acre? for nn ord nance depot on the Delawai"?? ha? been acquired by th" War !>? part ment near Pendleton. N. ?' oppo site Wilmington. Del., the War De IKirtmcnt announced yeaterday. The property was bought from forty-four different owners, and the total cost Is estimated at ?:r,0. 000. The tract 1? located on Old man's creek at Its Junction with the Delaware river. This land haa heen under cultivation ?Ine? colo nial time?, and there arc num ber of old residence? that ?vili have to be removd to convert the tract to ordnance depot use?. Plate Printers' Picnic At Chesapeake Beach Plate Prlntera" Union. Local No. 1. will hold an excursion to Chesa peake Beach today. preparation? have been made for 6.000 guests, as many of the other empi? yes at the Bureau of Engravms ?"? Printing expect to go also. War stamp? and thrift stamp? will be the prize? for the athletic events. Ladies' running races, sack /ace? and other euch events wl'l enliven the day. Traina for Chesa peake Beach will leave at !< 1">. '? and 11.30 in the moria.ng and at 2. 2:30, 2:25 and 6:20 In the al'ter 12*5? ' ~" TODAY'S CASUALTY LISI THE NIGHT UST. Killed ln action. 14 Missing in action. 7 Wounded severely. 78 Died of wound?. 9 Died from accident and other cau?c?. 2 Wounded decree unde termined . 2| Total. Hi Killed I? Artlaaa. Bergt. ?. Zimmerman, Oconto, Wla. CORPORALS. M R. Orundkovaki. Farnham. ?. ? T. Hc?tekind. Cedar Raplde.-Ntbr. J. D. Fitxpatrlck. Terrace. Mont. PRIVATES. Henry Anderson, ?Swedona, III. Stanlslau Andrych, Web.tet, Mia? William Bailey, fcharon, Pa. Claude W. Billa. Mill?, Nebr. Martin J. Dani, Loma, N. Dak. lieo. ?. Johnson, Worcester, Ma??. Carl J. Llndbcrg, Worcc?ter, Ma?*. Redrick G. Prato. Munleing. Mich. Ruascll Ricberman, D?truit, Micb. Joaeph Scheffler. Chicago, IlL Died of V* uunot. Lleut. H. H. Houston, Philadelphia. Corp. A. P. Ethler, Milwaukee. Wla. PRIVATE?. Joaqu?n Chavez. Corvio, N. Mex. Jo?. G. Cypher?, Syracuse. ?. Y. Fred Lastlick. 8t Loui?. Mo. a Alvin Ficklin, Estancia, N. Mex. Roy GUI, Toledo, Ohio. John J. Grejber, Philadelphia, Pa Koecoe .Jordan, Green Kore*t, Ark. Died Fro?? AecMeat aita Other Cause?. Private R. Mai!, Brooklyn. ? T. Private w. T. Petera, Jamaica Plains, Masa \Vos?de4 Severely. I.leut. S F. Jackson. BrooklMi. ?. T. Lieut. Cha?. W. Pence, New Rich mond, Ind. SERGEANTS. Walter C. Guttke. Berwyn. III. Harry Heinnilngson. Grayling, Mich. Horsey F. Hudson. Vmeland. ? J. R. F. Roaenthal, Reedsburg, Wie, CORPORAL8. Jame? AgncV, Bridgeport, Conn. ' iilToid A. Babcock. South Belolt. 111. George) E. Dunn, Birmln.-lHiiii, Ky. Alfred C. Elliott, Vicar Switch, Va. ???? ?. Gerald, Belolt, Wl?. Alvin Hancs. Detroit, Mich. Robt. Jame? Kline, Saranar. Mich, i'lav M. Long. Parkman, Wyo. William T. Parego. Hurley. Wla Cha?. Julius Pastore, Coraopoll?, l'a. Posi?? D. Powell, Whitmell. Va. Wilbcr McK. Rose, Richpatrh, Va. Henry Sehielz. Fenwood. Wia Musician G. C. Olaon, Garner, la. PRIVATES. J. -?e F Allen. Belle Ellen. A!?. Stanley Aiiczak. Milwaukee. Wia Joba S. Anderson, Stone? Mills. ?. V. W.-ter L. Andrews. Piney Creek, N. C. Herman Asch, Schenectady, H. V. Adam R. Bniley. Chosaning. Mich. J. E. BcadersUidd, Herman, 8. Dak. Joa ph Bukowskl, Milwaukee, iw?, Allen Cleveland, Boulder, Mont. Wm. J. Coughlin, Minden City, Mich Lester Davi.-, Austin. Mich. I'runo De Fazio, New York, N. T. Alfreal J. Datate??, Worcester, Mass. Frank J. Dich!. Monroe. Mich. Cornelius E. Dirk.?. Holland, Iowa Tony J. I>ua*ano\vich, Gary, Ind. A. Dumbllaky, St. Charle?, Mich. Kmilio Eburno, Chicago. 111. Joe V. Emmons, Houston, Tex. Uiotiomoa Evlombiatis, South Beth ?'hem. Pa. W. J Faeemyer, Vaimhan. W Va. Samttel S. Falin. Gate City, Va. Fred Farley, Xanty Olo. Pa. Fred Farley. Tette Haute, Ind. Harry N. Alt. m?:.-. Xanty Glo. Pa K. J. Anderson, l?ergenhcM, ? .J. Paul Wesley Ar.kncy. Sturgis, Mich M. Archambeau, Red Granite, W'ts. R. J. At' hlson, Farmlrgham. Haag Joseph Bang. Sebawaing. Nt.eh. R. H. Barker, W. Bridgewatcr. Ma?? Albert C. Heard. Rnstow. Mont Jack L. BVlyoa. Lo.? Angeles, Cal. Elton A. HlEgB. Kl Taso. Tex. John Bojchlk. Hawk Run. Pa. Richard Carter. New York. ? T. i Harry I. Dignan. Gardemllle. Md. Joseph Duda. Omaha. Neb. Tandy H Futrell, Golden Porn). Ky. George Halada. Kouly, Bohemia. Austria. rica A. liarrlln. Chicaco. 111. William Ilynel. Chic.ice. 111. Iver 8. Johnaon. West Auburn, Ma?? Geo M. I.agerman. Milwaukee?, Wls. Andrew Michalak, Milwaukee, Wla Bletjmuiv] Miller, /Spinavate. Wi?. Fred C. Schindler, MaiahrVeld. Wa*. Chas. H. Schneider. Kutherford. X. J. Kimer Edward Schr?m. Baraboo. Wl?. * ?eoisre Hi kiiiMi?M ? <'t zenovla. Wie. Fred Shattuok. Sh.? ?.?"-?!. Mich. Jim M Siler. Jellico. Tenn. Fletcher ?. Smith, l.ongmott, Texas PRIVATES. Alfonzo St.arn?. Wa -t Warren. Ma??. Virgil L. Steven?. Artrenta, Ark. John Sullivan. Harrison N. Y. Tom Verage. Rhlnelntd.-r. Wla Charle? Vincent. Plainfleld. Conn. Walter Young?. Bla ? hard. Mtrh. Woaaded (Degree I ndrrtertjiiaeet.) SERGFANT. Roy J. Shane, Metz til. CORPORAL?. John A Miller. S.-tnt.i Harhara. Cal. Frank Telia, Providence, R. I. Stanley Sugan.-kt. Chelsea, Mass. TRI VATES. James E Ashby. Ijtncoster. Pa. M:k? Black. Ramtramck. Mich Michael T. Jablon-ki. Hamtramck. Mich. Charles O. Jnohin. Xew Orlean. La. Hcram aKnfman. Philadelphia. Pa. Daniel P. Kelly. Pottavllt?. Pa. Herman F. Krohn. Almond. Wis Wilbur Fred Kruc-er. I.aporto, Ind. Carl F. Lamping. Chlcac-o. 111. Matt Lund. Lovelocks. Nov. t'larence McCool, Philadelphia, Pa. ?'ay McCown. Drbana. 111. William E. McKinley. Homer. Neb. Han? P. Marcher. Fishtail. Mont. Joseph Maskin. Chicago, III. Loyal R. Mason, Minneapolis, Minn Manuel Molina. Rock Springs. Tex. John J. Murtha. San Diego. Cal. laconard Pinkey, Coaldale, Pa. J- B. Saliuna?. Waterbnry, Conn. Ezra Quinton Sevedge. civet, Okla Luigi Sfratlone, Chester. Pa. Martin H. Sheriff. Oak City. Mont. Joe Slminow?ki, Chicago. III. Cha?. ?. Simmon?. Lockville, Ohio. Alfred Skow, Estherville. Ia. Joseph Smith. Brownsville, Tex. Walter A. Stanley. Doland, S. Dak. James M. Sullivan. Baltimore, Md. Elwood Taylor. Dtmock, Pa. LeRoy Tollander, Wolf Creek, -Wl?. Ml??l?g In Action. PRIVATES. John Hurter. Medford. Wi? George Ingvale Lunde. Astoria, S D. Frank A. Sparrow, Baltimore, Md. Charte? E. Trumble. Callaban. Cal. Jacob W. Weaver, Blue Ridge. Ga. Martin E. Williams, Brooklln, W. Va. Ernest D. Wortherly. Lakeview, Mich. THE AFTERNOON LIST. The following cniualtle? are report?t, hy the commanding general of the American Expeditionary Force?: Killed in action. 24 Missing in action. 49 Wounded severely .143 Died of wound?. 11 Wounded, degree undetermined.... 112 Di??! ot dlstaae. ? total . ?63 Killed lei Action. Sergt. c Uwilta Milwaukee. Wl?. Corp. John W. Humphrey. Tiuea da,?. Mo. PRIVATE? John ? Devi?, Grapevine, Ark. Alfred K. Hyatad. Watford. K, Dak. Joxef Ickoweaki, no addreaw given Loui? Albert Premo. Jonasulil?, Wl?. 8?lv?tor? Sclarrone, Erte, Pa. Jaa. H. Bicknell. Indtanalopl? Ind William E. Boetel, Mllw?uke?. Wi? BenJ. Y. Brlttmn, Stephenvlll?. Tex Jesae N. Cherlngton, Dabind?, I1L Bernard J. Dolan. Aahland. P? E. H. Greenhalgh. Providence, R. I. Theodor? Hoe?. Cameron. Tex. David M. Johnaton, Dudley. Mo. Joseph Kelly. Chicago. 111. William A. Weibel. Ewlng. Retir. Jo?. We?olo?ki. Mllweukea, Wl?. Leo Braun, 8awyer, Wia. George E. Delaney. Milwaukee. Wia. inert ?( WaasvaU. PIUVATE8. Fred F Kanzler, New Tork. ? T. Edward T. Vibbert, Corunn?. Mich E. Dougherty, Hillman. Mich. Anthony Petro. Weatvllh., 111. Aubrey Lay field, G? p.le, W. Va. Ala. Jame? L SampJey. Honoraville. Ala. Demostene Shimko, Chicago. Ill Wm. A. Thorn??. Cedar Bluff Mis? Kdward H. To?el, Manley. low?. Krltx Warner, Jamestown. V T. Henry c. Wink. Moville, Iowa. Died ot in.,,.., PRIVATES. Harold Beaton. Weymouth, Maa? C J. Cumlakey, Bararne Lake. ? Y. Wllmer Fautioe. Pl..ladfl|ihia, P? Moie Fobbs. Crockett. Tex. Jaa- M. Higsin?. Lawrence, Tenn ? ? Kingaley. Edgerton. Minn. Wm. Luchalnger. Woneaoc. Wia tsuundf. Scerei?. Capt. C. I?. Irwin. Medceue. Wyo Capt- Otto Ch*ri?? Ktelnberger. address not given. LIEUTENANT?. Thoma? V. Barb. Berwyn. Md. William G. Finch. Edmore. Mich. Duncan Fraser. New York. ?. Y. A. B. Helaley, Bowling Green. Ky George T. Phipp??, Kv?ni-ville, Ind. Edwin V. Evans, De? Moine?. I?. Ralph O. Lakin, Banger. Mich. F. A. Melly, North Tarrytown. ? r R. O White. Charle?ton. ? ? E. T. Erick?en. Livingston, Mont. SERGEANTS. Rudolph Boeae. Jol.et. 111. William ?. K?lier, Bapidan, Minn. Joteph I? Cahaiin. oit-loumi?, L?* Augu?t G. Da-agsaT. Oshkosh, VVil, William K. Janovsiak. cudahy. Wi?. C. Quelle. Long Island City, ?. Y. William Shepherd. El I'??o. Tex. John Ramparli. Chicago, I1L CORPORALS. K. T. Church. South Mcriden. Conn. Michael Fanella. Chicago. 111. Edwin B, Kea lue, chi.-ago. m. Stanley Kudlinski, Milwaukee. Wl?. Samuel ,\. Parson?, I?ouir\il!e. Ky. W. W. Shsnkle. Rockinah.m. N. C Fred Wallace. Pilot Point, T?x. Kail Eating, Roxbury. Mas?. JO??) Fiino, Mexico City. Mex. Welter ?. Howard. Shattu'k, Okla. David J. Lawson. RatclitT. Ky. F. Rasanuesen. PeLavan, Wi?. Theodore Tunkinaon. Graf ton. 111. ! Casmir J. Vera. Chicago. 111. George B. Harper, M?r.-htield, Wl? John Fhclpe, Baktr. Mont. Thomas A. Pop,-. Chicago, HI. Richard E. Sh? dock, St. Michael. Pa Musician V. Gobiel. El Pa?o. Texa?. Mechanic Homer L? Aubuchon. High H:ll. Mo. PRIVATES. W. Alexander. Whcelcrsburg. Ohio ?.'helle? A. Baker, (urihv. v. Dalc .Mik? I'arber, Whitiiett. Pa. Marvin U Br?ri?h?w. Hlllvi-w, 111. Lawrence H Cook. Kingston, Okla Jame? J. Coetcllo, Pitt*l>ui j:i. Pa. Arch c. Cress?, Alma. Ga. Warn JuMice, Afton. Ky. Ira B, Ki.-er, GaMi.m.i. X. 0. William ??asher. Tell Oily. Ind. Walter Mau. Chicago, 111. Roy Maulding. Belle Prairl-. III. James R. Peu r?. Midland. Ark. Krank Roricha. Cleveland, Ohio. Walker Rose. Parker? Latte, Ky. K. J Sauvagont, Phllsdelphi?. !'? J. W. Smith. North HattieM. V ? ? Robert ?1. Taylor New York. N. Y. Joseph Bacher. Hartford, Conn. John R. Ounn:n-hnm. Kl Paso. Tex. W. Donkervoet. Itrs^cht. Holland. ?. Eichelbaum. New York. ? -T. S. Glirkfold. S?n Kr?ncisoo. C?| C. Wm. Gorbutt. Three Rlvei-s. Mich Joe J. Gorman. Pittsburgh. T? ?. Challe? F. Hanna, Cheyenne, vVya?. I. N". Jacohsaasa, KJertltigton. N< ?. John C Richard?. Butte, y J??e Ritxman. West Kallepell. Mont. Gilman Toisberg. Edgerton, Wis clarence Vandorbilt. Kilhourn Wis. Paul Vo?e] Reed.btur. Wi? Clarence H. Walther. Gil iford, ' P. W*vonl. Napa Sota Srrna?"1. lai John p. Hansel. Gary. Ind Ora Bennett. Danville | William Booth. Kansss fitr, K?n?. Donald D. Bradway. Morgantown, Ind. Stephen ? Brallev ? '-nh?m Pa llrwey Brehaut. New York. ? Y Raymond Brown, Green Re.y. Wls John W. Buckle? Krrrr.ont. Nehr (?eorsre C? pener. G. ".ihoo. Wis. F ?. Cl?rk. Watcrt'iry. Conn. Genres W. Crull. Trafalgar. Ill T.oul? Dalessandro. Chicago, 111 George W. Ha.ghi??. Mo .nd?. ov:? Ha?e? R. Davis. Yeacer. ? ? Wm. R. Pemnrest. t>ke?n?l ?, ??'? Grerce Pethel. Yeakum. Te-: Jack W. Black. Gorhnm. K rs Frank S Britten. Beloir. Wis Edward Brodtne, Elm ?ref'K Nehr Roy ? Hamilton. Port I Wilmliam A. Brown S vink. Okla Edwnrd Daniels. Chic G. W. Fellows, New "for? ? Y Gaylord R. Ha?key. Pori ge. Wls Harry L. Herr?n Ind Richard Jaap. Woodstock. Ill Frank J. Kavanagti. Emmett. Mich Lmii? Klnve. Brims low?. John Klecks Detroit Mich Joseph Kur??:.', rhrnretniock. Vgiee, Prier. Adorn. R 's.ia Georg? D. Luke. Wekefleld, Mtch. Jos. Mlnneugh. New York, V T. Tr?ry Muir. Mooreton. ? Dak. na\n! ? Norton, Tck^nsha. Mleh. William C. Penny. Area la. Texas Schley H. Perkins, Sharon. Ga. Edward V Quick. Brooklyn, ?. T. John E Reed. Mrl?e?n. Va. Rhau! ? Reger. Oonnoaut. Ohio. Frank Piio. Center. Ind. Osca?- s, verson. Cambridge. ??Tie. John Stressl'iirc. Edcerton. Wl? Jesse A. Tledem*nn. Jamcttowi?. ? Dak Frank Wolskl. Chicago. 111. Nathan M. Woodruff, Chicago. Til. Joseph H. Wyatt, De? Moines, Iowa. J?ihn Peniyan. Kempton. W. Va. Eugene J Dion. Worceater. Mai; Fr?nk J. Eldred. Chicago, 111. William F. Ertiberfer. Anderson. S C. Frank Fleher. Naper. N' hr, A. R. Foley, West Newton. Ma?? Jack V Forman. El Reno. Okla. Ars/ld Fonsberer. Ironw-ood, Muh. Charlee M. Frecker. Long Island City. ?. Y. Clarence F. Freem?n. Greenvin?, S. C. Erne?t E. 0.ih?,i. Paoli. Ind. JullUB Joseph Oillogly Buttalo. ? T. Daniel J. 01e??on. Philadelphia. Pa. Jacob Goldher. Ontario. Canada. Charlee Greenberg, New YOrk, N". T. Jacob Gretiky. Argo. 111. John R. Giifhn. Blue Rirtce, Ga. Loul? Grund. Chicago. 111. Britten O. Herruson. Greeneville ; Tenn. Robert A. Harrieon. Wilmington N. C. Ralph Herrinc. Coaldale. Pa Frank J. Hildebrandt, Elmsx-ood Place. Ohio. Alex L. Hlnn. Portal. ? Dak t\?p.n.' iDegre? t'BsietersaleMrd.) C?pt William F. Frcehoff, 81. Lou; Mo. f LIEUTENAXTB. Ch?tie? M. Chaatbariata, Jr, ?aya?! an?. Walk. Jemal M Bor*-??. Hart Tema. Evan M Rbetnil. Mauekport. lad. John C. Vanii. Colt-natati?. Ga Arthur M. tVilke-r. Sto-ke.ld.ol MtH. Paul ? ' regorr. Atlanta, Oa Joseph K winofcur. Phi ledei ohn Pat. SERGEANT?. Henry Clyde Lllllngatlec, PUt ? Ark Frank Herbert Ledeeu. Bald ta ? ? ? ville?. M.?. Fay i;_ta>?, Ithaca. X. T. Archie l.rofm?. Detroit. MIc.L Wniian Shemln. Bayonn-. X i Fra ok ?. Thomptton, lxawrtl. M <?? Lo e ? . ? dan. Caerel end. Ohta COI-piltAI.? Ben ? .;:b^on. Whit???!!. Mo. Daniel K. .opa. Oakland, ? al. William A Coin'.o?. Ellen? III? X. a Edward Connelly, Brook';.?. ? Y. Flo. ? J jtnpaou. Mau.*) .. -?li Payait?? ?ari Good e. Piovldence] a i. Georg? ICri?nya, *????.? York. N. ". Alt< : ? Lattstcr. Lattrvi,'4. Maaatj. Charlea A. Leon?. New York. ? \ Earneet C. Manderson. Millerrl?, Ga. Matthew Michael Margarita. Bridge port. Conn. Bugler Mark Emerson Perry. Crta Falla wta Musician Charlea A. McCaraaa North Vernon. Ind. Mech. Frank Stuart. Luber Maine Meeh. Edward E. Johnson. Maynartl Maaa PRIVATES. Joeeph Cenone. \Tnel?nd, X J. Peter Chneanthopulaa. Bruce, Motil J'.hn G t'hu'.a. La Croaee, Wla Hugh Coiner. Slaunton. Va Thoma? C. Colemen. New Tori ? Y I-eurence J. Collina. Oran?-*. *T J. t'harlea L. Corbln. Crown Poinl Ind. William Forhe? New Tork ? ? Arnold G. Get. Detroit. Mich Stephen A Guinee. South Chicagi III. Ray Conner Hardy. McDonald Ten? Morrl? H.rav-hfeld. Brooklyn. ? a Alonso W Jenkfna. Ittarke. jria Arthur E. Jone?. W llliamaburl Iowa. Arthur H Kanneman. WeartfleM Wi?. Henry F Klumb. Ethan. 8. Dak. Ji-seph .1 Kubesh. Olivia, Minn Emanuel O Lele: er, Evan?viUe] Ind. Thoma? L?ete. Wi?e. X. C Wayne A. I-eVan. A?entown, Pa Harold M Landaeth. Turile Rive?] Minn. Arthur A H Luentnghoene? Herman. Nahr Roy ?. M Cala, Tuc?on. Ariz Charlea II McCorkle. Gelati* Kan?. .'?see J Melon?. Macon. Ga Anthony J. Marfaro. Jereev C|t> X J. John Newton Martin, Covingtoa K y Mar?n ? Mayhew, Cody, Xebr. .in.fph Mooney. Detroit. Mich Frank Patrick Murphy. Eaa Ir\ini:ton-on-Hud?on, Xew Tory ? Y ? Arthur R. Xel?on. KnoxviU?, li] ?fea Olson. Guckeen. Mina. Jasper PtuUen, Cheyenne. Wyo. John r.-tetson. Dell Rapida ? Dak. E*ra?rt P: rf. Lake. Ind Mir'.ael W. Raihala, Floodweed) Minn. Walter Raleigh. Marna. I'tan. Thoma? ? Ray. Troy. ? Y Dewey G. Rearea. Greenwood) s c. r.?lph K. R??d. Polo Ht Barney Renali Burline? n V? a Alexander Rivera. Tucumcar ? Mex. Geo-ge A Rud. Chicago I ' Frank Salewiki. Detroit. Mich. Charle? Satra. ?;.gore. N-br Clarence Monroe Scott. Dati MotBea, lewa IVhn J Secora. Huron. S Dak. Ralph R S?!'. Semin?le Okla John e. Smith. Ro< kville. Centea, Ceni Stone. Paduc-.h K> Asher L. Webster, MrMinnvtUt? Tenn. Albert Wender.kl. Milwaukee? Wi?. JOSEPH LAtTiRTr. lin Pena? syivanic avenue. Washington. D. ? M.thia? J. Laubenthai, Prairie da Rorher. 111. William 1/iuer * Morrleonvilleet 111. Earl it. McCla.? N?w Somarate?, Ohio Jame? Robert M. .... Len?eonlna, Md t'aitare Melrlcann Newark. X. ?f, Phillip >' Maiettca. Brooklyn. ? ?, Jome? M Mercury, Rocheatee? ? Y. Arthur Miller. Alm? Peter H. M Mie?. AM-in Mc>e. New Richmond. Wi? Monthy. Bonair Iowa. ;e..sett. TH. iva TV* it" - A Petertaon. Aniery. Wit t' zr.\ New York X. Y. T.or? ?-~h. -son, Alex, Okla. ~- '? ooler. Lancaster. K' m W. Seim. Leaving. * sheehan. Loul?e/'|ie KH 'h. Albert?. Canada W Stroud. Sulphur Spi ?*?) T? s t. 'kin Sutherland. Council Va 1 e Tu bor t'olurr.bu?. Ind ? T?Pt>en. Detroit. M s? P. Thor. British Co' - * ?, Cat?tatela. 1 Tibhett?. Dolore? Colo. araar. Fremont. Neb Orral Theodore Wood. Laminata Mich. Mi.?Ir? la Aelleea. IJeut. Edward Lynch Ford Newt Tendon, Conn. Sergt Price Roatk JCocter, Ky Corp. Dllbert Reev. ? La :?tid. Ore?, Corp. William ? Rosier. MoataM sano. Wash Mech?nlc Clarence D. Simen?. Aa* tlgo. Wis Waaoner R. nj?mm Woodward. Dot*? Chester, M,. PRIVATES. Mioczystaw Biedziak, Roallndalaaj Mo. Joe F. Brorkman. Hickman. Kv chailes Barri*, Hastings, Nebr. Luis t'airento. Coalg?te. Okla. Adea IV?iule. Belle River. I ?a. 1. Davis, Talcville. ? ?? ??.-rot Fulton, Huntingtor. Ind.. Simjillclca Garcia. Zum, N. Mex. John A Harmon. Terr? Haute. laat. Renjamln H. Haye?, Michigan City? Ind. John H Hilton Rockford G? Adam Jackson. Paragould. Ark Arthur D Jackson. I.e. ?ville La. Datid John?, Brentford. Ontarta?, .Canada. Jamas R. Johnson. Xew York. X. T, Os ar ? Juliet, Dcxtcrm. Qa John n Kivanagh. Haverhill. Maaa, ? Keane. Tuckahoe. ?. T. lohn W Kerr We?t Quincy, Maaa, Perl I. MOIirdy. Marietta. Ohio. John >* Mi tllaai?. l.inton. Ind. liobn? s Marlay. Brooklyn. ?. T. Joseph Mellnowaky P.eatdlng. Pa. iodi. Pennlntrtoa. Biadfa?*?. Ark. Vchritl. / *l:ntor Ind \ l,!o>?*f Plummer. Owing?*!'!??, I dith, Colo ? . , ,? R.ivcard. lxawell. ' ?V, , , c ? stevenea ille. Pa Jielion C Roger?. Bendale. Miatv fouls U Ruswll. Lodi. CM. .,, raitherford. Long laeaf. La. Joe <". Schultz, eoott?. Ark. abbono Scimono. Ijtrit-nce. Maaa. rvnnis Stack. Waterbury. Cona. lit ? ? M. Swift, Reed. ? TOSTISI. ED OK PAO? ???