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?HERALD Pl'P.I.ISHED EVERT ?CORNINO BT t The Washington Herald Company, 4-5-417-4*9 Eleventh Street Phone M un 3300 CLINTON T. BRAINARD.Pret?dent tnd Publisher ??????*? repukseivtaTives? THE BECKWITH 8"P"BCIAI. AOENCT. . -~., O""?!' Tork. Tribune Building: Chleaaro. Tribune Building; St. Louis, TTilrd National Bajik Building; Detroit, Ford Building. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BT CARRIER: Dally and 8und?y, SO cent? per month; 13.SO per year. PT7BSCRIPTION RATES BT MAIL: Dally and Sunday. 45 cent? per month; tS.OO per year. Dally only ? 5 cent? per month, 14.OO per year. v -, Entered at th? postoffice at Waahlnrton. D. C. a? second-cla?s mail WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER \% mg The Future Offensive Against Metz. The best defense of the German fortress of Metz is its trenches, and not the formidable array of concrete and steel fo?ts and bas tions which are commonly held to be the protection of the important border city. This is the concensus of opinion of military experts ?, and presents an interesting viewpoint towards indicating the imme I diate plans of the campaign of Marshal Foch and Gen. Pershing fol ; lowing the re-establishment of the army engaged in the drive into ? Germany. It is no military secret that the allies and Americans are in possession of guns with a range of twenty-one miles. With such an artillery, and Metz only ten miles distant, the raining of shells into the German fortress could have begun long ago. But the shelling of Metz in all probability would not affect the German army of defense which it in the trenches. The leveling of the whole system of the inner fortress and the encircling fortifications of Metz would there fore not avail much. The German siege and field guns enabled the enemy to batter away the famous Brialmont fort, one of the main defenses of Ver dun, but the Germans found beyond Brialmont a system of trenches which were impassable. It is the belief of military leaders that had Antwerp and Liege been similarly prepared there would have been no swift invasion of Belgium and France by Von Kluck's army at the beginning of the war. The reports from aviators of the allies and Americans show that while there were erected since 1872 various outer works before and around Metz with the names of German heroes of the Franco-Prussian war and of members of the royal family, there was a tremendous ac tivity within the last two years in the construction of trenches wider and deeper than those which are the backbone of the Hindenburg line. It is evident however to the Germans that trenches which were made for defense against frontal attack and from the direction from which the enemy is coming, lose 50 per cent of their defensive value H they can be subjected to a flank and enfilading fire. This the enemy no doubt must expect as the campaign of Marshal Foch and On. Pershing is developed precisely on that line and is obvious to both the enemy and the allies. If is therefore to be expected that there will be a gradual ex tension of the main body of the American and French armies on a line "somewhere"* between Verdun and Metz with its objective greatly beyond the city of Metz. There will be local engagements from day to day as there were in the approach of the French, British and Americans towards St. Quentin. The British are now feeling their way .to a point north by ?..-t of St. Quentin. The plan in daily development against St. Quentin is practically the same as that which may be the tactics 1 rd against Metz. There may come a time, therefore, probably not ?o far in the ure, when the Americans and French, passing Metz, will return an cssault on the city after the formidable trenches, which are its rt safety, have been subjected to a destructive, indirect artillery bombardment. "Unconfirmed Rumors." The Washington Times?Some (Times) rumors hit. Most (Tii:ie-) rumor? miss. Some (Times) you can fool some people. 9ut you cannot fool all people all (Times). It was indeed an "un :onfirmed" rumor which our contemporary published yesterday after noon of the Kaiser's abdication. It was "unconfirmed" beyond a (!otibt in every line of the eight-column black face measure whereby it was fed to the public. Why waste so much valuable white paper when we are threaten ed with a paper famine! Carefully edited the story should have read: "London, Sept. 17.?Rumors arc current?rumors of the vaguest sort?regarding some trouble?there is absolutely no confirmation of the rumors?one report was that Kaiser (and why dignify the name of the kaiser by spelling it with a capital "K") had or would abdi cate." And why not complete the dispatch by adding that the kaiser should abdicate or we will make him! The Hammer Tapper. Tie "a can to the kicker! Thi? pugnacious, presumptuous pest pops up persistently, despite the tolerance of changed conditions that :? evident all around him. Service; better service, more service, swifter, smoother, qui vive service is his wail and loud lament. He switches to a sledge and smashes out an anvil chorus con demnation of government railroad control because Uncle Samuel de livered him at Atlantic'City thirty minutes late. That the old gentleman in striped trousers now and then lops thirty weeks off the ultimate duration of the war by delivering men, -uunitions and food ahead of schedule, never occurs to this dippy ?i;>per into Atlantic City's surf. When you hear him yowl for service, suggest to him that he ran see some service by donning khaki and gunning Kline! Persuade this dapper yapper and li.mmer tapper to muss himself ? little mussing up the Kaiser's dreams and schemes for a Teuton terrestrial tyranny. Tie a can to the kicker?and make it a can of high explosive expletives with a one-inch fuse of invective ignited with the scorch ing flame of lurid language! Oklahoma boys found a skeleton of a ?rj-foot prehistoric man, ?nd now again we'll see whether Barnum was right "Tell mother I made good," were the first words a Yank who fell wounded on the Marne ?aid. Boys likt that are putting the fear of God in the heart of the Hun. A Missouri farmer killed a snake, from the month of which he pulled another snake, and from the mouth of the second he drew a third. Which is going a third better than killing I ?re birds with one ?tone. OUR FUG. -Vow it furls and falls Aslant the pole Entwined around the halyard. Now it curves and swells Vp?n the air t ndulate in currents. Between the sky and earth ?t flaunts Crest? o? light and rolor. Listless and limp, hut a moment_ A scarlet line it hangs. THEN? Capricious as the breeze !: idles, flaps or ripples. Ceaseless as the wind It tosses, stretches, pushes Constant a? the atmosph?re Forever spreads in motici As-ain and yet again is Ceighi Alive with resolute purpose. Thua , ointing always loyally Towards the invisible boundaric. Uf the territory vast Which it prefigures. MARGARfi^U BRSTT. .' AMERICAN PRISONERS HELD IN GERMANY Two list? containing th? name? of 'American prisoners held In (Jernvin .amp? were l??ued by the. War D?-' partment yesterday. Th". name? follow: CAMP RASTATT. Tvt. ? F. Doulin, Nrwburirh. ?. T. Pvt. Clyde W. Savage. Bangor, Me Pvt. H. I.. Stif-flVld. Forestvllle. NY j Pvt. George Corry. Philadelphia. Pa. 8ergt. A. O. Bmdley, Bristol. Oonn ?Sergt. N. Alnisman. Brooklyn, N. T. First Cla?s Pvt. William T. Check l?y, Patereon, N. J. ? Pvt. A. W. Zimmerman, Phlladel I phi?. Pa. Pvt. Ca?slmer Nlrlta, Johnstown. Pa. ! Pvt. L. ?. Hale, Eclectrlr, Ala. j Sergt. E. C. Ranch. York. Pa. Sergt. P. M. Coyle. Johnstown'Pa. Flr?t Cla?? Pvt. M. Axel. Philadel phia, P?. Pvt. W. J. Otto. Milwaukee. Wl?. Pvt. W. J. Bullock, South Chicago. 111. Pvt. ?3. Ltvlngeton. Boston. Ma?j Pvt. Edward Juke?. Rochester, Pa. Pvt. W C. Dietrich. Greece. ?. Y Sergt. F. Lattlmer.Waterbury, Conn Sergt. A. E. Lundmark, Gaylord? vlll?. Conn. Pvt. A. Kasiewskl. Philadelphia, Pa. Pvt. H. O. Bancroft. Theresa. ?. T. Fir?t Cla?? Pvt. ??adore Rosenberg. North Bergen. N. J. Pvt. H. M. Killaher, Birmingham. Ala. Pvt. Antonio Turco, Campoba?ao. Italy. CAMP RARTAATT. Flr?t Lieut. Robert B. Rhett. Sum mervllle. 8. C. Pvt. L. T. Glaplnskl Trenton. N. J. CAMP METZ. Pvt. D. C. Ferriera. Hayward. Cal. CAMP CASSEL Pvt. A. Qulllcl. Coscana. Italy. Pvt A. Burgess, w.iitham. Ma??. Pvt. Hugh Dial. Ida, La. Pvt. P. Llvrone, Leeehburg, Va. MaJ. Dirk Bruin?. Milwaukee. Wl?. CAMP KARLSRUHE. First Lient. Clifford A. McElvain. Al bany. Mo Lieut. Alexander M. Roberts. Gulf port, Miss. CAMP 8TRAKOWE. Pvt Samuel F. Beaver, Republic. Pa. Pvt Joeeph Ferber, Gibson. Minn. Pvt. Albert Halverson. Elgin. Iowa. First Claa? Pvt. W. P. Clark, N*w Haven, Conn. Corporal Lloyd Gardner. Somerset. Pa Pvt Robert L Deed?. McClung, Va Pvt. Ralph Campbell. Areola, IIL Pvt Archie Cook. Schoolneld, Va. Flrat 8gt. Abraham Mlldenberg. Philadelphia. Pa. Pvt. Nik Komeitakea. Wheeling. W, Va Pvt. Glen r>. Bvbee. Flatt. ??. CAMP LANDSHUT. First Lieut. Durward McDonald. Burt, Iowa. CAMP UNKNOWN. Pvt. Caeruav Cieclerskl. Old Forge. Pa. Pvt. Eno? F. Frazier. S. Fork. Ark. Pvt. William Evan?. Perant?n. Pa. Pvt. William J. Karl?. Hartford. Conn. Pvt. Joe CAndrar. Minneapolis, Minn. Pvt. Robert K. Chapman. Dennlson, O. Pvt. Ja?. E. Brook?. Miami Beach. Fla. Pvt. Adeo Dalcle. Belle River. Le*. Pvt. John P. Cleaver. Somerset, Pa. Pvt. Joe Endxel. Henner. Pa. ? First Class Pvt. O. D. Dietrich, Co lumbia. Pa. Pvt. Joseph B. Chardy. Qulncy, Mas?. Pvt. John W. Carl. Newport. Pa. First Clase Pvt. William Callaban. Philadelphia, pa. First Cla?? Pvt. George W. Day. Bomerville. .Mas?. Pvt. John E. I'llngerman. Columbia City. Tenn. Pvt. Herbert V. pv.it.st, Somerset, Pit Pvt. Arthur Frederick?. Philadelphia. Pa. Pvt. Antonie Darlangalo, Boeton. Mass. Pvt. Abner English. Tallahassee. Fla. Pvt. F. Rrainbridue. Marlow. Okla. Pvt. R. J. Keenan. Jeannette. G?. Cook F. Laydlnk-. Berlin. Pa. Pvt. F. J. Kauffman. Phlla., Pa. First class private E. C. Jackson. New Brighton. Pa. Pvt. Grover C. Johnson, etoyles town. Pa. Pvt. Edward Huber. Philadelphia. Pvt J. W. Boiler. Holmstead. Pa. Pvt Ugo Bonflnl. Providence Asco 11 Piceno, Italy. First class private R. R. Arnes. Beaver Fall.?. Pa. Pvt. W. R. Brink. Williamsport, Pa. Pvt EU Levin, rtica. Mich. Pvt Nelson Boyer, Trevorton, Pa. Pvt O. 8. liarles?. Earlsboro, Okla. Pvt J M. Hargrove, Mount Vernon, Ind. Flr?t das? private Philip Rosen, New York. Pvt. F. P. O'Nel!, Philat. Pa. Pvt F. C. Millman, Phlla.. Pa. Pvt. H. 8. Mulhouse. Berlin. Pa. Pvt. R. C. Mosholder. Meyerdale.Pa Pvt. L. C. Boland. Elkader. Iowa Pvt. A. Robert?. Grecnsburg. Pa. Pvt. Peter Monzo. Amalfi. Italy. Flr?t class private ?. 8. Destefa no, Philadelphia. Pa. Pvt W. F Bohn. Scmnton. Pa. Pvt H. E. Aclmff, Phlla.. Pa. Pvt. P. Reradine, Paglo. Italy. Pvt. R. B. W?txel. Allentown. Pa Pvt. R. Addison, Raiford. Fla. Pvt. J. J. Fogarty, Hartford, Conn. First class private O. E. Drouin. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Pvt. L U. Reid. Morrilton, Ark Pvt. J. Greenbcrg. Chicago, 111. Pvt. H. C. Ooedelman. Red Bud. Ill Pvt. J. Mishiwice. New Haven, Conn. Pvt. R. D. McKInnls, New Brighton. Pa. Pvt O. B. Bolland. Beaver. Pa. First clase private X. G. Petusky. Pattnn. Pa. Ptv. G. B. Mason. Montgomery, Ala. Pvt. M. E. Argraves. Ft. Fairfield. Maine. Pvt J. I. Alien. Grand Saline, Tex. Pvt. M. J. Adams, Somerset. Pa. Perfect Non-Shatterable Lente? The perfection of a non-ii.flammable substitute for glase to be used aa lenses In the goggle? worn by Ameri can air pilots ts announced by the Medical Reaearch Board of tbe Mili tary Aeronautice. The board eays it has been able to effect the casting of certain substance? In thin eheets which are practically non-shatterahle. Senator Pomerene was right. If excessive sums ot money have I been spent for any man to be elect-j cti to the Senate of th? United States j or to any other important office the people should have me benefit of ! knowing where the money came I from and what wa? th? purpose of1 the contributors tn putting it Into the campaign. Corrupt politics has disappeared j ln many States, but there ar? ways J and means yet open for th? unwary to be caught. 1'erhaps Commander Newberry knew nothing about the interests which wer? hu.-y In his behalf?and we hope he dtd not? but he should join with the Senate In asking that an Immediate insight he had into the financial end of his campaign. Only by letting the people into the fullest confidence can the best results be attained In Michigan or any other State. Let us have light and have the fullest share of IL 'Tf Secretory Daniels found. Just three days previous to the election j that Commander Newberry had dis- j tinguished himself and the people I of the nation would laud him to the; utmost for lt. and If the deed were; large enough to bring about his cer- j tain election aa Senator against] Henry Ford, Secretary Daniels I would keep still until after the bal- ' lots had bprn marked." said a man j high in public life yesterday. This Is ? grnsfl misrepresentation j of Secretary Daniels. He wouldn't do any aurh thing. He would bravely publish the story .tnd give | full credit where the credit would j be due. If any one entertains any ' other idea of Secretary Daniel?, ho | is badly mlst-aken. Secretery Dan- j iels Ia fair and square and his boys will resent any such imputation as j that attached to his name by this! officeholder. If Commander Newberry doesn't j believe this, let him perform som*? ? extraordinary feat. Secretary Dan-' tels will stand the test. Senator I-odge yesterday made re marks about the pence proposal by I Austria. In substance he approved the Presi dent's position exactly. Doubtless the White House will be glad to hear of thia. But doubt 1? ss the White] House chuckled a little to Itself to | note that Senator Lodge is now in al position where he cannot claim for himself, or the party which he leads ? in the Senate, the credit for having forced our country into this position where we will not even listen to false proposals from the enemy. We suggested, when Senator Lodge spoke, that he might open the way for the President to easily eject him and his party mates from any interest they might have in the peace discus sion or any important suggestiona they might make wii,h regard to It. In other word?. Senator Lodge forgot that the President has had the mat ter of peace quite clearly In his mind all along, and tho course he is fol lowing now is consistent with his pre vious com-se and is part of the cam paign which he mapped out long, long ago. My. my What have we here? Mr McCormick refuses to name the Washington paper which he says ac cepted tainted money-but the people of. the city persist In naming It and doing so with some glee. We have not heard Mr. Brisbane, of the Washington Times, making in quiry, or demanding that the paper be named. We wonder if he is inter ested in unearthing the paper. We wonder If he wanta the same pub licity attached to this that he would ?lemand if he thought he could point his finger at some one of his com vctitors and be sure that It was the DOT charged thus Infamously by the alien property cuatodlan? But how httout some of the prohl-* bitlon candidates whom the paper In question might have endorsed for of fice? Are they oot to be allowed to establish secure alible before the rains descend and the floods como? We are interested, verily. In what may be their fate before we urge any of our warlike cillxrna to denounce this still unnamed paper. Several days ago Senator Borah in sisted that Col. Roosevelt rather took positions which had the cfTect of compelling President Wilson to do thing? which would end in an Amer ican victory in this war. We fear Senator Borah Is too en ihuaiastic in hi? commendallon of the Colonel's effort*. Col. Roosevelt, of course, deserves credit for what he has done for his country, and for the far-seeing way in which he made proposals to the count ry. But the nation va* not read v te indorse hi?? suggestions when they were made. President Wilson, as chief executive, knew this. He had to cultivate the people and urge hia conservative but patriotic doctrine upon them by degrees?so as to win them whole-heartedly to it and in such a way thnt the ir service would be most effectively given after war camp. Tho Colonel's program of spon taneity would have involved us in ;: ' disastrous internecine row. 11 would hav? demoralised public senti ment and given German agents a chance to operate with the utmost success among our people la tba President and In Mr. Roose Hla home I? down. In th? iron bowels. Of a mighty ?hip. And his grimy ? I ?air Had been baked by th* rage Of 11.000 fire?. Hia gaunt fram?. Had been pared down By knlvea of flama He waa a grimy devil. Who?? coal cruated face And white eye?. Red rimmed with fatigue Made him an abject ligure A? he shambled along. Amid hurrying throng?. And I followed him. In the malie of traffic Of tufted limousine?. Killed with ladle?. Smothered tn ?ilk?. Neatly tailored men And he ?tood out I.Ike a vivid arar. And I thought of hi? life Down In the ?tokehole. With serene ?tare above. And how he must feel. When the Big Moment came With Ita grux: of steel lot his? of ?team. And the tn.-uih of tder. ...nd then a lurch upward And down and down. Into the gull?? wav?? of ein? Then stiline?? Rave a wireless hiss To Potsdam. Of another victory And on we walker! Until h? cam?. Te a little booth Where a pretty giri Rtood on duty. Pleading with crowd? To purchase her stamp? And help win th? war And I saw him go deep Into hi? ?oiled (router? For a ragged wallet. And take out five dollar.? All It contain. .I And give It to her. And take th? stamps. And aquare hi? shoulders And w?lk away. Redeem Pledges Made To Red Cross Relief Fund Now Being Urged | _ Many who mad? pledge? to Red Crosa War Relief Fund have not made good. Now la the tlm?. Send' chi'x'k, money order or cur rency to ("uno ?. Rudolph. Second National Hank, Seventh ?treet be tween E and ? ?treet?. Attend to thi? now and save ex pense of paper, postage or the labor of a personal call. RED CROSS FINANCE COMMITTEE. velt we have the two extreme? of administration. The President pocs cautiously but surely toward his goal, and takes along with him a united people. The Colonel moves toward his goal with grimness and with decision?but he leave? a strand ed public alons the way and only those of extraordinary endurance are. with him to the last. This class i? desirable but ttiey constitute ?uch ? woeful minority that they do not Ir any sense, represent the throngs v\, liave to have ?oijdly behind any pr. .it enteruiise ln which thla nation em? bark ?? y THJB OBSERVER. TODA Y': THE EVENING LIST. The following casualties are re ported by the commanding general of lhe American Expeditionary Force?: Killed !n action. IT M!??lng in action. lj! Wounded ?rverely.' 74 Died of wounds. ig Wounded, degree undeter* mined . ? Pled of d!?ease. 1 Wounded ?lightly. 1 Total.?. H? Killed la Arlioea. Capt Frederick P. Moor?. Jr., Bellevu?, Pa. SERGEANTS. Richard O. Bechtel, 1.? an on Pa. VMlliam A. Bolman, Lebanon. Pa. Jo? ? Crandall, Old Brldg?, N. J. Donald Forsyth, Carbondale, 111. Edward La Plont. Onaway, Mich. Roy McKay. Jollet III. Bearl V. Plttenger, Muncie, Ind. George Roark. Roark. Ky. CORPORALS. Ralph L Alexander, Moundavllle, W. Va. Barnet Conrad, Mountaintop, Pa. Irving Oreene. Brooklyn, ?. T. Harry Walter Johnaon, Franklin. Pa. Thomaa Davi? McEwen, Hunting ton. Pa Houston Lee Meade. 8t. Paul, Va. Ambrose Charle? Kork. Pough keepsle, N. Y. PRIVATES. G?r?ld Hunt Bate?, Gainesville, NT. Arlo? Adlie Black. Watuburg, Pa. Qranville E. Brookahlre, Cutblug. Okla. Nlck Cacotakec, Eaat Pittsburgh. Pa. Simon A. Calinovi. Elmendorf. Tex ltorraen M. Ckeaalak, Eri?, Pa. John Daniel Cobner, North Brad dock. Pa. Krank >'rietini. Collapardo. Italy. Jerry ''rocco. Philadelphia. Pa. Oscar Dull, Walfiburg. Pa. Joaeph Gallagher, W??t Conahohoc ken. Pa. Henry Harrlaon. Sylacauga Ala. Khen Hilkert Weetville, Ind. Laurence F. Houae, Glasgow. Mont. Arthur K..?lt?ke, Appleton. Wl?. Allen Wayne Lebo. Mohnton, Pa. Wallace W. Ludington. Lorlmer, Ia. Reymond McCauley. Congo, W. Va. Jerry McCoy. Vlncenne?, Ind. Isom McGee, Chickaaba. Okla. Thomaa McHugh. Stockburg. Wl?. Diasi af M.a.d. Lieut. Jay F. Clemmer. Jr., Middle brook, Va. Sergt. Henry R. Wallace. Chicago. CORPORALS. Grover C. Becker. Germantown. Ohio rrank C. Uourtney, Llnton, Ind. orville F. Martin, Culdeeac. Idaho. Mechanic Jamea Thomaa Coeligsn. Philadelphia. Pa Mechanic Jamea Thomaa Coatlgan. Philadelphia. Pa. PRIVATES. Clarence M. Bixler. Flndlay. IIL Charlea l.epcsyk. Philadelphia. Pa. TI.ofr.aa McMahon, 81. Louia. Mo. Del mar A. Poulaton. Welaer, Idaho. Theodore F. Rannow. Blacay. Minn John Romocky. St. Paul, Minn. William K. Koaentretur, Chicago. Ill ? J. Tweedale. Sturgeon Bay. Wie. Krank Weigern. La Croase. Wla. Albert I, Wen*. Roeelle, N. J. William J. Kelly. Albany. ?. T. VA....nrl.d ?e.rrel?. Lieut. F. E. Land?treet New York. M. Y. Lieut. Win. ?. Penoyar. Newburgh. ?. Y. SERGEANTS. Bryce Brlgga. New Holland Ohio. J. E. Farley, Philadelphia, l'a. John Kownackl. Chicago. 111. Eddie McGhee. -Balelgh. N. C. Wm. J. Martin. Brooklyn, ?. Y. T. M. Powell. Bawdon, Ga. L. J. Qulpley. 8. Minneapolis, Mina. ?. M. Robinson. Bryion City, N. C C. E. T'.nthrock. Lewlatown, Pa. T. L. Hettlemyer. Bridge? ?ter. N. C H. F Stepheneon, Utica. ?. Y. A. B. Strickland, Loper. Ala. CORPO RALS. T. M. Corriger. AUey, 111. E. T. Crlbbln?. Erle. Pa. W. E. McCaltery. Bay Shore. ?. T. R. H. Miller. Bolivar, N. Y. W. B. Richarde, Alexandria, Va. George H. Richter. New York. N. T. John V. Shower?. 8t Joseph. Mo. Reuben Slate. South Hammond, ti. Y. Hiialer J. F. Connell. Newburgh. N. T. Mechanic W. H. Stoddsrd. Spring fleld, Mass. Wagoner E. Keef?r. D?nville, Pa. Hmeeehoer L Easkinski, Blue Island. IIL PRIVATES. John T. Achillea. Ro?! ury. Mase Louie F. Achimen. New York. ?. ? Wilburn Adktne. Address unknown. Frank S. Allen, gouthport, N. Y. Frank Anderson. Ch?rle?ton. W. Va Brownsley Ballutls. Titubera. P? John Fannieter, Detroit. Mick. .'harley Bear, lfldivay. Tex. John H. Becker. Parkersburg. W Va. A C. Bergeron. St. >Iary Parish. La E G. Brajlotte. Manchester. N. H. Elroy Bub. Milwaukee. W|?. George E. Cannon. Edirmont. ? Car Nichnlaa Cappuccio. Boeton, Mess. A. D. Chlldera, Wliifleld. W. Va. ?. Cogar, Webeter Springe. W. Va Fred Cohen, Buffalo, tt. Y. E J. Conley. Gordonvtlle Junct , Me Alex Conrad. Genialer, l'a. Wm. A, Cottarman. Tidioute. Pa. Floyd L Daly, Portland, Ore. George William Devia?, Bulper. Pa Henry J. Dtffley, Bocida, Minn. George D. Field?. Savannah, ti. Y John F. Fluette. Newberry. Mich. Gean Fourane. New York. N. Y. Glie? C. Gabel, Buffalo, N. Y. Lloyd E. Gamber. Coalmont, Colo Henry Gimltch. Evans, lile. Ind. Edward W. G rieb. I-outsville. Ky. Floyd Hamilton, Newark, Ohio. Harold Haabrouck. Marshall, Tex William Heiland, Anna. Ohio. Charlee R. Hill, Crown Point. Ind Armand Horton. New Haven, Conn Arthur J. Ketlogg. Mandan, ?. Dak Hugh Kitte. Button. W. Va. Krank J. Kielet!. Chicago, ??. C. A. Koman, Cryetal Run. ?. Y. William A. Kuhlman. Reading. Ohio Anthony Laurich, Cleveland. Ohio John Wm Lightner. Caritele. Pa Alex. Livingeton. Reynoldsvllle. Pa. Felipe Mala. Bernalillo. N. Mei. Krank J. Medlar, lini linuton. Vt Cuy H Merrill, Springfield. Mas?. Hyman Miller, Brockton, Maae. Thoma? Ree?? Miller, Oil City. P?. Wound, <1 Inertly. Private Ed Kouttan. New York. ?. Y VAoiandrd < Degree G ndetcremlweal.) Sergt. Frank J. Ktsher. Albert. W. Va Sergt Thomas D Smith. Alba. Tex. Corp. Kred A Bartlett. Oshkoeh. Wie reiVATBS. I.uigo A.elln. Philadelphia. Pa. A. C. ejleln. (Jhlcago Heights. III. George Merquardt. Wadeiia. Minn. Mleaiaa la Aril?*. Sagt. Eiden W. ?Robert? Shale, Cal. PHI VATES. Luigi Anselmo. Fondi, ?"aserta, Italy Oliver ? Durham. Naponco. Nebr. Knos E. Fraxler. ! Fork. Ark. Edward Oowan. Baa Francia??, Cal Arthur Hi.niaen. ^park?. Nev John E Johnatei la Croes?. Wi? Edward ? Laaats.cey, Kawlin. Mich Peter Maincxuros?, ky Vartnscobed ? den. Ruse*?.. Henry Ma ?.1 O.y Point. Cal. Arthur MeasastVk. .? H??\ Fla Ed va', AM hi Francisco ^at AFTERNOON UST. The following ;?,tlee are re porte?! by tbe C?igrs cleg General S CASUAl ot th? American Ext>ed;'lon?ry Fore???: Killed In action . 14 Misaine; in artlon . IT Wound??*?! ?*?-?Tely . fa Died of lilifiM? . ( DTed of wound? .'..... 4 Wounded. (De.re? undeter mined) . I Prl?oner . 1 Total . 171 Kill?? I* -Irti.?. PRIVATES Oeorfe G B?ldrld?re. S?dro-WoOley, Wllb. Ch??. H Bird. Oorden. Ind Cha*. H Cletand. Waterbury. Conn. Geo. D. ?Cook. ?. ? - ?. T. Arthur Dahl. 0?lc?v|]l?. Wl?. R A. Foster. Brooklyn. ?. T. Wm. D. French. Elmo. Ark. Wm. A. Fry. 8t?mped*. ? Dak W?lt?r Hahn. Ohlcaro, III. Ru????!I Hu?rhe?, Rice. Waah. Jo?. Pinelll, Jereey Ctty Heiarht?. K.J. Eichel Ruchman. Brooklyn. ?. T. Vltold Tara??uck. Burgettatown. Pa. Piotar Wanlcki. Ford City. Pa. Dl.?? .r Woaavaa. PRIVATES. Mlllard M Oetee. HllUboro. Ore. Thoma? Meuee, Readinc. Maaa. William F. Plttenger. Knobnoster. Mo Erne?t A. Wil*on. Seattle. Waah. Die? ?f muraee. PRIVATES. Jerry Clark. Norta, Ga. Carl E. Erickaon. New Sweden. Me. Charles W. Harden. Syracuse, ?. T. James McCabe. Chicago. Ill Willi? A. Robert?. ShreTeport, Ia. He? Collina, Vandale. Ark. tStimmmm? Sererely. Capt. P. R. Umberger. Columbia. Pa. SERGEANTS. Jame? H Borbldge. Philadelphia, Pa (".?rated Tateoelan. Chicago, lit. CORPORAL?. John Caradtne, Monro?. Wl?. Homer HoUl?. Marahall. Ark. WilHam Henry Heaa. Huntingdon. Pa Bert F. Maah. Othello. ? C. Earl A. Farquhar. Clyde. Ta?. Conni? Holt. Dawaon. Tes. MECHANIC?. Chaa. O. Thieeae, Thomaonirllle. Corm. Jame? ?. Ward. Gaeton, Ore. PRIVATES Theodore D. Aldrich. Troy. ? T. Je?ele A. Atwood. Concord. N. C. Frank Aulman. Auguata. Wia. A. C. Belvey. Waverly. ?. Y Donni? A. Benaon. Selma. N. C. Herman J. Cappello. Dalton. Pa. Norman C. Cari. Emeu.?. Pa Thoma? O Carter. Shult, Va. Murray J. Colledsre. Ewrett. Pa. ThoraaJ Conaldine, I?eckawanne. ? T. Wilbur F. Corbin. Huntincton. Pa. Howard P. Cox. Atlanta. Tei G. Cul?ari. Slclllla. Italy etanly Joinrng Eaetherepton. Maaa. . Domicaa Kataimle?. Kernten Diral ehana. Greece. Erte l.undln. Meadowland?. Minn. I Vorria C. Natie. Allentown, Pa. ! Albert Nathan. Chicago. III. ! Karp Nikon. Zast. Ruaaia. I Frederick Oertel. Northford. Coi ? I I-eo J. Oatrom. Olean. ?. T. I Iver C. Preacott, Pykeeton, 8. Dak. I Jame? J. ghereda, Whitewater, Wia. ? Frank J Sherley. Moody. Mo. !'"lyde W. Pmlth. Unrnon 8 Dei ? George Sterner. Atlantic City. N. J. ? Wm. M. Tnman. Morn? Plain?. N. ]? Anton B. Wlgen. Waahburn. Wia Harold F Witting. Marquette. Mich .tame? E Wood?. Andenaonville. Ind Charte? ? Young. Brti-tol ? l"?k William B. Furlong. Philadelphia. Pa. ? 'larence Moeteller. W. Allia. Wii Michael W. Murray. Detroit. Mich. Joeeph VyekveiU New Tork, ?. T. Peter J. Bremer. Bisel. Ill John ? Brennan. Trenton. N. J. Jame? J Cain. Troy. ?. Y. Joeeph Duval. New York. If. T. Willie E Flush. L* Ferge. Wi?. John Jone?. Silver Point, Tenn. Glen R. McClure. Richmond. Ind Jeeeie MeGee, Columbus. Ga R. H. MoGitl. Highland Fall?. N. Y. Figurai M. Peteraon. Grenteburg. Wi? J?me? H. Redding. Wimmere. Pa. Clement Tarditi. San Franelas. Cal. Arthur I. Willett La Croeee. Wl?. George W. fount. Oelwetn. Iowa. ?A ?? Bated la Arile* (????.? Caate teraalaaaaal). Mechan ir Forreat D. Sherman. Ny? >* Ore. PRIVATES. John ? Bonnett. Sycamore. \? ITY LISI Jame? Blake Huntington tv Ve A neri i~. O-i?! .?naerv ?*uyaliu| Weeh. Kdwa??? Schoeneman. Cestella Ohm John w Webeter Ferrp?/11le. Va. M?atela? la Arile? Sgt Eugene L. Chrletlan. Nota. Ore CORPORAL*. Francie Donogh u? Martin. Va. Edw.rd E Soof.eld. Toledo. Ohio Henry Tobe. "Detroit. Mick Ervin WmtmL Roundtor T?? Ben ? Borsheie?!, BeHam? Xr Arthur O'Connor. Bay osse, ?. I Mechanic Herbert Jaroee "Ladro*? Chebbygan. Mich. Corp Leon ? Donnelly. New Brenta ?lek. st. t. PRIVATE? Ralph C Black. San Francia*?. Cad Gregor.? Boni?, ftica. N. Y. Arnold Brehmer rolline Wl?. Carmino Brano. Vlnefro Italy Angelo Campotai-o. Derby. Conn. Jamee L. Comfort. al^wrenoavUle. Ga, Frank A CoeenUno. Gardner. Mata*. Edward J. Davi? Bprlnr? nie Utah Emll A. Edlund. wtnburne Pa. Frank E Eggleton, Tully, N. T. Joeeph Feeat. Milwaukee. Wia Pedro C Gallego?. Albert. ? Max. William E Gao?. Braddoek. Pa. John Glanettonl. San Lula Obtepo. Cal P. Graham. International Fall?. Ml? Joeeph G. Orelner L?nc?jrter. Pa. Erwin T. Gridar. Alleniown. Pa. Otto Oaettner. Fort Wayne. Ind. O A Oundereon Orend Rapid? Mieti Stephen Oust Benwood. Minn H. F. Guetefaon. Blaeen Lake. WM H. M Guiiormeor Lai ?esboro. Minn. Yeroalaw Halaburde, Oerelajad. Otite. Phillip L? Hale. Lake City. Ark. Harold ? Henaon. Dundee Mum. Eerl V. Harria .Jndaey. Okla. Alfred C. Hart. Mt. Vernon. I1L H. G. Herroaader. Jr . Mt Vernon. ? Y. Sermore Hutchlneen DanaiDe. Tt Joeeph E. Xtnoter. Chic???. Ill Oewall F Lacy. Bedford Va Charley Leonard. Joneeboro. ?? Clarence Link. Glenwood City. WM. C. M. MrDanlel tUvleeville. AM. C. G McDonald. Vincent. Oblo. John F M?her St Paul. Minn. Surrv Mameli. Picker?. Miaa. Fellfe Martines. Beertlle Te? Walter D Mason. Bristol. Vf. John M Miller. Aoademy. <"al Jerry 8 Moore. B>?1?.-wick. K?n? George D Myers. Kenne? HL August Nelson. Mateen? la Carl L. Newgard. Bralnerd. Mina. Charley R Noeeler. Mlndoro. Wia. Wm. F. O'Donnell. Philadelphia, t-m. Leonard A Olaon. Gibbon. Mtrrn C. D P?nneb?ker. Neche. N. Data? Voline Ferkln?. Linton. Ind. Joe G. Pevonke. Leopolle, Wie. Max F. Pletroweki. Berlin. Wia. Stanley R Pordon. Detroit. Mirk William M. Rankln. Chicago. Ill Charles D. Rea. Sen Juan. Capture*. Cal Albert Riemer Oconto. Wie W E. Rodger?. Baiter Spring? Kan?. Albert J. ?k-hroeder. Rose City Mieta? William M Scott. Coledale. w V?. .Tame? W. Shaffer. Ci?eeo. Icwav I?ewi? W. Side?. Versailles. 11) Leo Smith. Sen Metro. Ott Delbert Taylor. Sprtngerton. Ill Ray Van Dom. Joliet. Ill ?. ? Whitman. San Bernardino. Cab Floyd K. Welch. Lufkln. Te? Robert Wepfer. Milwaukee. Wia. Ed Whatley. Tallaasee. Ale William L. Whldden. r.|?n'-er. Neb Rosco R. Priestley. Cherokee. Kan? Jame? W. Qtilnn. Antl??eh. Cal. Arthur Randall. Mio. Mich Nichols? Rice. Newark. R I Roy Alton Ri ?-herd eon Buffilo ? Y. Altieri t?kl?rka. Jr . Chester. Mont. Reymond I? Smith. Weel Nyark. ? ?? William P. Stowell. Wretern Port. Md. Weniel Frank Ttkal \j? Croaee. *n ??, John O Vincent. Mederie. Portugal? H. L. Zimmerman. Me>er??1?le. fa A LINE O' CHEER EACH DAY 0- THE YEAR. By fata K'alnrt Beaatra?. TMaC SEED. If I am but a aeed Thet'a planted here on eertk To meet ?orne humen n??e?d I'll be a aeed of worth I'll try' te grow each day Aa ?eeda of value ?hould. And make the Reaper Mr, Thia crop look? pretty foot" tut Why So Tired, Weak "All Worn Out"? Does ?ry little exertion tire you out? Do you fee! weak, nervous, "all unstrung"? Suffer daily backache, diurne?? and sick headaches? You shouldn't! Too many women drag along day in and day out. thus han dicapped And they usually think it due to some ?upposved "ie male trouble" instead of th* kidney? which are likely ?t fault. Weak kidneys cause many queer aches, pains and kidney irregu larities. Don't wait! Even a slight kidney weaknes* may turn into gr? el, dropsy or Bright'? durase Lse Doan s K..onev Pitts. They have brought thousands of weak, tired women back to health. These Are Washington People: Mr?. ? Vogel.berger. ???? jeorgla Ave., ?. W. aay*: "My | back gave me a great deal of trouble, e bout three monthe ago. ? There wa? a dull, cuaetant ache through my kidney? and it made, me feel miserable. Morning? I | woke up feeling alt tired out and j I never felt a? if I had sleep . ?nough. nisw.y ?pell? easBe ove?? nie and 1 would com? near fall ing over. My ?on advised m? to try Doan? Kidney Pill? and 1 die). Two bnk.? from tb? Peu pla'? Drug Store cured me." Mr? K. A Stewart :?Jf Ninth St.. N. W, aay? "I hav? heal rheumatic pam? In on. of my ? rms ?o badly 1 vim't able to u?e It for day? at a time, la fact. I could hardly dres? roy ?velf. I knew my kidney? were the cause of the trouble At tirnee I would get e ?tttcli in ray back and I couldn't atraigbten up for ?ome time Mv kidney? acted to., often end troubled me ? ..ther way? 1 got a boa of Dnan'e Kidney Pille and gave them a rood trial by uemg three or four boxe? and th?y certainly helped me wonderfully 1 here had very little rheumetlc trouble alnce." ? DOAN'S KM??.!Y ? ?SOc t ft? ?* AM ?toro. F?i???J??r-MiiburTi Co., Buffalo, NY Mf| ????.