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Un tbe Social Worl? By MAUD McDOUGALL. Sir Eric Geddes and members of his party spsmt yesterday at Annapolis. Stating over in th? .-morning a*cctmr panted by tha ->,.creiary of the ?saary and hi? ?side. Comrrmnderr Foote. Mrs. Daniels and one or two ottler?. Thar ?????a??? luncneon guest? of Rear Ad miral EbsaTle. super.ntaandent of tbe Naval Academy, and Mra. Kbawrte. ' After luncheon Sir Eric mad? an in-1 spectlon of the ?waule,my and reviewe-U I tils? midshipmen. The party reterned to Washington aboJt *? o'clock and"! for the first time since their arrival ? dined quietly at Belmont House The Ss-eCTetaery of State, Mr Rooert -ana?na;, who sasent up to New York Wednesday er.sw?-?rrg. ten? the iJTl?-?cl pal speaker last night at a dinner ceL ebratlng the on? hundredth anniver ?arv of the Auburn ?N. T.) Theo loglcal Seminary Mr. Franklin Polk, couiusrlor of th? State LmvarLm.nt. who Is acting Sec rsjtary of strate tn Mr Lansing's ab sence, had been hi "?Tew Tork. but reatumed W'^ejneeday before *str Lan sing left. Viscount KnkiJiro FshM. the Japa- j neae ambassador, wbo accompanied by Commander Toshitake Cyarda. naval attische, and Lieut. Col. Seiji Tanlkawa. military attache, and Mr ; Katsuji Delaucbi. secretary of tbe ! enabassy. all went to New York early ; in the week to take part in the lapan day celebration tn th? Liberty ! Loan campaign ther?. ?sil return toi Washington on Saturfiay. Theie Bra.-? very ganten?! reglet In ? *?*?? diplomatic corps, yesterday af- ' temoon. when the news that Mrs., (Wellington Koo had fallen victim to j ifi? Influenza was circolatesi. Mrs., a Koo casse har? a bru?-? not quite livree years age*, and both her chll- | \ dren wer? bora here Both she and ? Dr. Koo were -dtrcated tn America j and graduate,, from American col- ' mah***h% Mi??. It-jo htmA dispensed a ?.harni trtc hospitality from tit* Chinese libation, and hwr invitations have n*?n fcr-emtly prME*d La*?t winter sir? made a ,>??*? visit to her home in ?"bina, aixt afmost imnr-diiteb' after h*r return in th?? -arly sum mer, join-ed th?? diplomatic co ion y at Din?? Rid ce Suuiiu.it. with the two babies. Dr. I-Coo nearly always join ? a*5 her for tb? w?*?k-?nd.--. Kn was i a ?.cturea?|ue. attractive little fli?tire ? an4 a gracions hoef.-'ss.. universally popular in oftciat circle?. ?gar. Vignai, wife of Ken. Tl?-1 n**i. formerly military attach? of the French Embassy, and now at tach**<l to the French High Commis- ; slon. has returned to her apartment at the- Highlands for the winter Si?e has ?pent moat of the summer Main?. ? ? Announcement ?? mad? of the. marriage, of Jean Brtere. of the! Fr*-ncb Military Missrtrh. to Mise Tda Bencher, daughter of Mr. and ' Mrs. Wilfred Boucher, of l#antr?at. Canada. Th? wedding took ?lace Wednesday ?venins in St. Patrick* Church, with th? rector. M#r. Jam*? F Mickin, ?? Um offlciatia* clergy man. The ceremony wa? ???ry auiet. a? the membtrs of the bride's fam ily wer? unable to be present, and tha only wita-es*?? w?r? two of her close friends. Miss D un?ais and Mida Carter. M. Brier? expects to. take his bride to Franc? this autumn, and they will probably make their home at Chateau Neuf At present they ar? located at 1933 Calvert ?tr?et. Mr. William Phillip*. Assistant Secretary of State, will speak *t Beverly Historical Society'? meeting on October 14. the ^50th anniver sary of th? incorporation ot Bev erly as a town. Mr. Phillip? wa* born in Beverly and has a -?umoier home. Highover. at North Beverly. The Secretary of Commerce and Mr.? Redrield will return to Wash ington on Monday, after spending a week in New Tork. Mrs. Calder?n Carlisle, who has occupied "Shadeacre." at Mot Springs. Va. will return to her home here th? middle of next week. Mr and Mrs Henry Nixon Hoe?* of 1790 Lanier place, announce that the marriage of thetr daughter Marian Morris tu LIMA, Jame.-? Blount Dickey, V U. X-, will take place at their resi dence at 11 o'clock Oct. 12 tn the presene? of a small party of rela tives and friends A larger wedding at St. Margaret's Chun ft had been planned, but was changed on account o? the health "Are order concerning public meet ings in churches. Mr. and mv% William ? Stater have elosed Hume Farm, their place at Lenox. Mass,, and are returning to Washington for the wiuter. Mrs. L Webster Fox. of Philadel phia, and her daughter. Miss Beatrice Fox. will spend the winter in Wash ington, as Miss Fox has taken a posi tion in thi* War College. At present they are pas-gin*; a fortnight at Hot Springs. Va. Mr- Craig, ?if* of Col. Craig, has ??.-* her gu.-st Itors. Brooks Nichols, of Detroit. Mrs. Eugenia ?. Moses announces the marriaEc of her daughter. Gladys ICugenia. to Mr. George F. Hall, ua ?Wednesday. Oct. 9. at St. Stephens Church, at ?"> o > lock, th?? Rev. Geor-ie F. Dudley, pastor of the church, of ficiating. Mrs. Matthem? ? Scott will return to Washington Saturday and join her datiis-ht-sr. Mr?. Bromwell. and Miss Mlklied Bromwell in ber horn? In Q street for the season. Mra Scott has ?spent th? past few weeks in her home u EU?omington, 111., after oio-sing her | sUainmet' home at Charlevoix, Mich. A hastily but charmingly a rran g - | ed wedding, which took place at All ' Saints' Church, Chevy Chase, at 10. o clock y*aterday ssorning. was that of Miss Olive Eloise Cugle. daugh ter of Mr. and Mra. Charles Davis \ Cuci? of Chevy Chas? and Washing- . ton. and Lieut. Commander Henry I Mylun KeiHer, U. S. N.. ?oa of the Kev. Henry M. K?i?er of Atlantic City, N. J. Because of th? uncer tainty of naval order? there were no invitations to the wedding, but j th? church, where -autumn ?dowers j and foliage formed tata decoration, was comfortably filled With the rela- j Lives aad friends of th?^ families. Canon William .James A ostia per formed the ceremony. I The bride wore a street costume of dark green silvertone and a black velvet hat with a bird of paradis? as a trimming, aad a corsage bou quet of purple and lavender orchids. ?She was attended by Mrs. Charles Th? odor? Gilbert, her twin slater. ?who wort a-modish costui?? of brown velvet and a black heaver hat with yellow plumage. She wore a cor?age of yellow orchids. Lieut. Charle? Theodore Gilbert. i" > A . was best man. and Lieut. Commander Franklin Craven and Lieut. Robert Lavendar. both of th? Navy, were ushera AU arrange ments for the wedding were hur ried and informal. Shortly after th? ceremony Lieut Commander and Mrs. Kelffer left Washington for a brief wedding Journey and will go to Boston, where ? the bridegroom is temporarily -sta tioned. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Upson hav? returned to Washington for th? winter and have opened their home. 24m)l Massachusetts avenu?, after ?pending the summer at Magnolia Mass., -aad Bretton Woods. ? ?. Mr.?. Robert Jeffords of Charles ton. W. Ya.. is visiting her parents. ? Mr. and Mrs. Georg? Cooler, on her j way to her home after a summer | spent in New Tork and Coanecticur j and in the Berkshires. Miss Muriel Florence Bliss and lCn- I sign Shelby Van Natta Tlmberlake, j G. S. N., whose engagement was an nounced recently, will be married on Saturday in the apartment of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fraiu-ti Bliss, in the Apthorp. Broadway and 79th ?treat. New Tork. Ensign Tim berlake is a son of Mrs. J. M. ? Clagett, of tvnyville. Va. and quite i wort known in Washington society Mrs. Ji-annette Dellett and Miss Del. lett wer? hostesses to Wendell Wolfe Chapter on Tuesday evening at tlie first meeting of the season. Mi.-s Bertha Frances Wolfe, i-agent. pre sided. A l.arge attendance of mem bers, with Mrs. James Dellett and Mrs. Roseberry, of Uaieruft. Va., as } guests of th? chapter, augured well j for the coming year's work. Miss Eva E. Luke's restjtnation as vice regent was accepted and Mrs. Clsra A. Stine was elected as her succeeeor. Mrs. Stine win also direct the war relief work of the chapter. Mra W. A Folger was elected to membership. War knitting proceeded during the rrogram of current events, vacation reminiscence? and a plano solo by Mra James Dellett. Yearhoaks ?ill be distributed at the November meeting. WTCGLEYS We will wL* ..als war? Nothing else really matters ztntii vie dot The Flavor .Lasts JUST HUMAN BEINGS By DOROTHY DIX THE WORLD'S HIGHEST PAID WOMAN WRITER. A di^-entt-utad at lit- haa just sued her husband for divorce on the ground of UK'ompatibihty of temper. The judge before whom the case was tried, In denying tbe woman's peti U*jHi. said to her: "Nothing has bae? brought forward here to show that you have been called up* to eadura anything more than the ordinary triais of married life. Go horn? and make the best of your bargain. There are no perfect husbands nor perfect wives" In these words of homely wisdom may be found the whole of the law ?iii-i tlM p-ropsh-sts of how to be happy though married. Would that they could be emblazoned o\er tbe door of all the newlyweds, for they would do more to temper the winds of do sses ttclt y to the shorn lambs of ro ' mance than anything ?sise m tbe world. especially to the women. M,u who are used hy their experience In busi ness to lose and gain, to giving and . taking, and to striking a pretty good general average, and being satisfied | with that, accept the disillusion of ?matrimony with far better grace than 'do women. It must he a shack to the young husband ? h-e? he discovers that th? rosas on bis Arabella's cheek? ara hand-painted and never bloom in time ?for breakfast, and that tha darling! little curl on the nape of her neck la j only hers by right of purchase, and I that there are times when her sweet angelic disposition slips a cog and ; lets lotose a temper that he had never j dreamed she had concealed about her j pers-m Also that she sometimes ia, 'as stubborn as a mule, but tf she is 1 fond of him, loyal, a good houae- ; keepeer. and fairly pleasant to live. with the man shrugs his shoulders over his disappointment and .'hilo- j sophicalty acce-.??* the situation "If I did not get the best, 1 did not get tho worst. I should worry," la ths somewhat cynical co*uolat?oa he administers -to himself, and anyway a ir Kin's life is 190 full of a number of things that ?h* hasn't time to weep 1 over his ?tfsappointments. A woman takes her disappointment 1 In her husband far more to heart. Thl? ts because women are bad losers and h-ecause the average woman's whole fife is butlt around the thoughts of her marriage She begins planning her wedding tn the cradl??. and dream ing of a husband who will be a super man with the gra^e of John Drew, who will make love like Otis Skinner, be as patient as Job. and have John D.*s faculty for making money. And when she tinds out that mar riage Is no picnic but a life sentence < at hard labor: and that the godling | she had exp-ected to espouse not only has feet of clay hut is made of mud. j she wants to call off the whole busi- j naa?. Heine these tears and the ,<opular- I ity of Heno. L-at all women need ?ell thi? judge'? word? of ?dmonltion. ?!-!?'"? I? no ?uch thing an a perfect husband. And It's Qod'a mercy lo *???? ther? len't, or el?? there would he even Ices domestic happi? n?i than there Is at present. l'or ?hat would a perfect man want with an Imperfect woman? And what .?ould a poor woman do if ah? wer? unlucky enough to be united to k perfect husbar.d? A faulty hu-hi.ii.1 may be trying at tima? to Ue? with, but on? without 1.1?ilia would be tmposalbie, for men ar? ko peculiar!,? chesty over 'heir virtue.?. Did you ever know a man who wa? uaat and tidy who waan't a crank on the au'ijact of order? Did you ever know a man who knew the flrst thing about cooking who didn't roll every morsel he ate in hla tongue aa critically a? if he were testing for poison? Better a thouaand (ime? a husband who scatters cigar ashes all over the place, and lea..?? a trail of clothe? for hi? wife to pick up than on? who ua alwaya ?qulntlng ?round hunting duet on top of the hookcaae! Better a man who doesn't know enough about cooking to light the gaa range and who can't tell the difference be tween goulaah and planked ?teak than one who flavor? th? dinner with criticism?, oa the sauce?, and tells how he always u?es a little paprlc-a and a dash of old Madeira. I No woman in her senses should ask , for a perfect husband because It'a man? weaknesses that deliver? him I into our band?. It's man'? guilty conscience about his own shortcom ing? that keeps him silent about our?. And whawi you see a man who ia completely under his wife's thumb you may depend upon it ahe'? been lucky enough to have had to forgive him something I As a matter of fact, women dn not yearn for the perfect huahand a? much a? they profess to. Tou uvk hear of all the gtrla being craxy over some goody-goody >oun? man who I? a leader In the Sunday school, and a model of all the virtue?, and la polnt ed to a* an exam; Ie In the commu nity. Quite the contrary lt la the deep. mv?teriou? ?illian. with a dark and lurid paat that, both in real lit? and fiction, always capture.? th? femi nin? fancy, while no daughter of Eve la ?v?r abl? to re?l?t the fascination of trying to reform a prodigal. The truth is that while we admire men for their virtue? we love them for their faults. The?? appeal to the eternal mother In woman that laat? long after romance ha? fled That la jwhy wive? ?land by the poor, flabby ? restore? who need the?., and deaert ?pillar? of th? church. But there are no perfect husband? or wlTe?. If we could all acept the fact ?: ui all huahand? and wive? are of the common or garden variety, a? w? are ouraelve?. how much happier we should be! iCopyrif-ht, ISIS. b> tt.?> Wh???!? Ayradicte. law.) u binde zd FORTY-FIRST CHAPTER. 1 Play Against a U-Boat Crew for a United States Transport. And then f. Jane Lormer. about to die, smiled at the o-?d touch of that hidden ?un. But 1 erased the curve from ray lips as a petty of ficer entered and motioned m? to leave the room. Bremer, meeting tne pressed ht? tall form againat the wali. Evidently, I was too valuable a piece of cargo for the command*-! to truat to others. Back??? th? perI?cope room on my narrow bunk I watched the mock crown prince. He was all business, now. some times Uis glance fell on the depth bulb, a?.tln on the level; fot* a while the periscope would be ordered up, titen at interval? it -would be low ered. The time unmarked, ?eero? 1 endless, but f Judged tt must he getting toward the dawn. Bremer, perhaps having lunched, came back. "They were transporta?." the cap tain tojd htm. transports under convoy. They've passed. Too many destra.yer* with them to venture an attack. We haven't fuel tf. risk a cha?-- Bit well han? around a while Little -am.?, tags the big gam--, in this lane." But we didn't hang around Ions In less than an hour the U-boat was attirili -with eAcltement. Men were on the alert obeylne a string Oe-py-rltr-lat, ?IS. ef command? The captain seemed a part of the perlacupe. ?um?? a moment when he rem?*mb? red m??. ?Perhaps Fraeuleln." he drawl ed, "you would like to see one of your country's ships?for the lait time?" I looked-a toy ship wa? bulked vaguely. In the morning mist all blurred like a splendid movie film. Bremer was waiting his turn. "A lame duck limping after the other?." he announced "Guarded hy one desti oser Probably plans to catch the other? a? ?oon as repair? are made. Otherwise, she would turn back. ? "We'll creep en and wait." the commander decided. 8o my tini?- to stir thing? ui hart arrived, and now ? had a w?>ai?on to do the stirring with! It wa? such a tiny helpless toy that transport. Perhaps I knew men on lt. Kvan Palmer and the Montana fiant and all those nice motor lorry boys were ?ailing some time in Sep tember. Martha bad written. An I Jimmie had reported, ln envy, that some t-omber?, hi.? bosom in- nds. were ready t., ? ????. Friend? or st ran gers, they were difendei Voi my coun try. I quit?- fornot that my own life was at ?take in considerili?; how 1 could prevent the ?laughter of thoee pre? uous lives -.board the troopship. Th us it happened that I. a war bride, played for that transpon with a r-boat crew. In a way. my dl. ? were loaded. Nobody gues??M 1 was In the game. ?To lw* continued.) IF Today's Casualty List IXl.VrlMED F-Bi-IM VAGB MX. 1 ?. E. Rothenberger. La Fayette. Ind. John H. Wilder, Fredonia. ?. Y. Died from Areldewt aad other Omm Lieut. Theo. Siichoski. Wtlkes-Bane. Pa. PRIVATES. Matt Durham. JefteraonviUe. Ga. Paul Hajduk. Detroit. Mich. Gustaf I* NeUon. ?South Minneap olis. Minn. John E. McGinnl?. Olenville. W. Va. James E. Wood, O.vensboro. Ky. Woanded Severely. LIEUTENANTS. A. H. Alexander. Wellesley. Mass. Claud D. Barkley, Decatur. Ga. Fred H. Norria, South Minneapolis. Minn Edward If. Ryan. Brooklyn. ?. Y Harold A. Wintjen. Mt. Vernon. ?. Y A. W. Woolford, Brooklyn, N. Y. SERGEANT* W. F. Butler. Magnetic City. N. C. Harold L. Hiss.-m. Loudonvllle, 0. Arthur Hoag. Chicago, 111. Albert Snook. Kansas City. Kan?. E. J. Wllkie. East Boston. Maas. Lloyd H. Cook, Ked Springs. N. '.' | Harry K. Hall. Swissvale. Pa. James B. Morgan. Winsted. Conn. Morton Osborn, Load, Ky. Thomas F Reed. Philadelphia. P? 'George E. Repper. Fort Warth. Te* ' Walter J. Ressler, Wilkinsburg. G? ! Wm. P. Brown, Brooklyn. ? Y. I J. J. Dwyer. Jr., Water'uiry, Conn. CORPORALS. ?Samuel Friedman. Brooklyn. ?. Y : Reeves W. Hendershot. Ingram. Pn ] Elmer G Jensen. Zeland, Denn: ? Fred B. Link. St. Louis. Mo. Park McAlpine. McGregor. Mich. William E. Baxter, .?annibal. Mo. Philip E. Brouillet, Brooklyn. ?. Y. Fred H. Bullert, Arlington. Minn. William *-* Davis, Beaver Falls. G;? Ralph H. Douce. Caledonia. Ohio. Hugh L. Finnegan. Swedeland. Pa. ltoyce R. Hix, Bulllvan, Wis. rvan E. Lloyd. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1 'avid Pollock, Peru Ind trad J. Sanford, Port Huren, Mich. , Loul* Schimmel, Brooklyn, ?. Y. Claud L Terry. Cherry Valley. IU. j_ uaa ?a_ mn,n,n?nn*. mTndk.' *'The start incline, but do not compel." HOROSCOPE. Frtelay. Octolrn tl. 1*1?. j Till? i? ? fortumi* d?y. ?ccoral- . Ing to astrology Jupiter. Uranu? , and Saturn are all in beneflc aspect. Commercial enterprises of ??1 sorts come under a most auspicious ?war- There will be profit from anything started under this configu ratioa. Coileg? professors, about whom J the prophecy was made ?eversi year? ago. that government em ployment would absorb much of thiir attention, now will come -.oto meat responsibilities. Honor? fori many ar? foreshadowed. Uranus. which influences th? I irr.Dtsl and spiritual ?Id? of man. ? has pow?r that premises muco fori tb? human race. After the ma terial triumph? dev.lopsad through th. war la which machinery plays sa. large a part, intellectual tic tori?? will he won. Education ln It? high.at ?on?? will become the "chief concern dur ing ??construction days, th? aeers d.clar?. Training will b. provided for work?? of all grad??. It '? : proph??l?vd. There 1? a fortunate sign for men who fall In loe? but they .hould confidar the flaancial side of .nar rila ge. Th? old hav? an encouraging di rection of the ?tar? today and those who survive the n?zt two y?ara benefit greatly. Extreme car? of th? health during the coming win ter 1? ?nJoin?d. Farmers again have tb? forecast of good luck and th? prophecy is that they ara to ?civ? the probi???? of h?lp in a ?ci.ntlfic manner. The end of the theatrical ?eason will present surprises. It 1? predict ed. A rsMlly Important play will b? produce'l and new rector? of tal ent discovered. Music 1? still .abject to a nli making for popularity .nd better understanding un the part of the public. The general appreciation of ?ong? aiied orchestral composition? will b? part of the scheme of things which works through vibrations that are harmoniou?. occultists aay Persons whose birthdate it Is have the augury of travel and change. Th.y .hould hive success in their financial affairs if they use du? dis cretion. Children hern on thl? day are likely to be original and positiv? In character. These subjects ot Libra often meet with difficulties owing to la?*k of discretion, but they generally succeed. ? ??-Ssiwriih?. MA) Charles 8. Brandt. Pittsburgh. Pa. ? A. C. Brockman. New Haven. Mich. Robert P. Clark,?. Highland. Pa. Edward ?'rale;. Herculrineum. Mo. (leortte J. lMosgrey. Woodhaven. ?. T. George H. Gray. Dravosburtc. Pa William A. Hagan, Philadelphia, Pa. | William K. Khodea. Philadelphia. Pa ? Clarem-e W. Smith. Athens. Ohio. Mechanic Raymond D. Wilier. Jef- ? fersonville. Pa. Mechanic George J. Revoldt. Imlay City, Mich. WAGONERS. W. Greenwood. San Francisco, Cal. Oliver Moody, Tippeeano?. Ta. 8. J. ?Shearer. Indiana. Pa. Cook A. H'-any, Brooklyn, N. T. PRIVATES Albert O Anderson. Knappa. Ore Roecoe ? Barker. Mulhall. Okla. Ollie Bodie. Aiken. S. C. Gruver W. Books. Goahen. Ind. C. W. Bott. Blue Springs. Nebr Asra L. Bourgeois. Lutcher. La. William Bowee. Yonkers. ?. T. K. J. Bradley. Altoona. Pa A. S. Cimino. Coraopoli?. Pa. ? H. Cotnetock. Detroit. Mich. Warren W, Davis. Crawfordsv?le. Ind. Harvey <*. Deaner. Byron. Mich. Fred AUbrilton. Blounuville, Ala. ?,,??-,.? W. Be.ir, Fulda. Minn Krank R. Bi ?"? ken. Breckeniid.c. Va. ? Matt Burandt. Chicago. 111. John D. ?*arr. Tniontown, Pa. ?harte? G. Claus. Brooklyn. ? T. John F. ?Taaataiy. Philadelphia. Pa Jan??* K. Crockett. Headland. Ala. Krank P. Curtis. ?. Attla-boro. Maus. Olindo Dal^renso. Isetrolt. Mich. George C Diener. Brooklyn, ?. Y. Anthony Di Mella. Yonkers, ?. Y. H. W. Drew. Mountain Park, okla Clyde il. DiflTy. canon City. Colo. ,lo.*?-ph K. Ever?, Nyack. N. Y. Joseph J. Feriv. Norriatown. Pa. 1. H. Fuller. Porter-ville. Ala. Kdgsr A- Collum. Stewart, ???. Steve J. Ciaok. Frankfort. '?Hlbert W. Cox. Sandborn. Ind. ??ust **Ma*aOI?a!es, Westheld. Jafass ThonielFl?:. Puer. Murraysville. Pa. Jatefetpaa B. Fre*r*rtm.in. Boston. Mass R. R. Genth.r. Philadelphia. Pa. Basile J ??er.ii'i. Mastic. Iowa. R. W. Gillett. Knaley, Ala. l'eoice J. OouH. Fsneutl. Ma?*?. Davi4 E Gray, Craflon. Ta. W illlam Orennor. Philadelphia. Pa Tony Guida. Tampa, Fia. William J Hir.cs. Freeport. Pa. C. M. Holdsworth. Ooylestown. Pa Rus??ll F. Huge?, Maxwell. N Mex. Elmer J. Huppert. Marshall. III. Pietro GaloasL East Biady. Pa George E. Geary. Frostburg. Md. Philip Oilman. Philadelphia. Pa Hora , ?71a,ln,.\. Weir. ??*. Qalern H Green. Waterloo. Iowa James C. (?reern, Swift, Minn. Krank E. Hammond. AbortN ille. Afa I avid R. Hanson, Qlaasburg. Pa. Frank 1>. Hastings, Claremont. ?. H Henry E. Hoak. Falls Creek. P?v Orville R. Horn. McLean. III. William V. Hull. Farro. Okla John A. Kelly, New York. N. T. Walter L*dwlg, Plymouth. Wl?. Nicheli? Leihfried. Pittsburgh. Pa John Lakes. Athens, Greece. Wm. A. Letzkus, Pittsburgh, Pa. Henry Lightner. Duncannon. Pa Adolfo Lopes. Tinaja. N Mex. Mason Luca?. Pembroke.? Va, Charles Mesiheie. Elizabeth. N. J Geo. Messina, Cefalu Palmero, Italy Emile A. Milot, Westford. Mass Jefferson Mitchell. Eeaver Falls. Pa. Leonard O. Moore, New York, N. Y. William A. Moran. New York. N. Y. Glenn Nunn, Port Allegaoy, P?v Albert F. Paasow, Mosine?, Wla. lohn Praychadttlen. Philadelphia. Pa Hosea C. Richardson, D? -..eon, Tex. John Riley, New York, V. T. G. ? Rodenbauch. Conshchocken. Pa j Nick Roa??, Cheater. Pa. John D. Rush. Atlanta. Ga Mark Anthony Ryan, Louisville. Ky. Eric F. Shoup. Colorado Springs, Colo. C. G. Sussman. Brooklyn. ?. T. LeRoy ? Wallace. Conahohoe7*ken. P? ? D. R. White, Greensburg, Ind. James R. William?. Brooklyn. 3*1". T. I John Yanno, E. Youngstown. Ohio F. Msrkovitch. Chlcaco. III. '?. E. Maronde. Franklin Grove, HI Tony Mars. Rockville. 111. Nicola Mazzarella. Corona. ?. Y. George B. Mea?*?. WI Ikes-Barre. Pa Paul E Mentatr. Neo?ha Falls. Ka Isidore Melts-ar. New York. ?. Y. Albert Monganl. Rome. Italy. I'scar ?. Morgan. Chetopa. Kan?. Karl F. Morris?, Elralra. ?. T. 8. MortJtana. Girg.nti. Italy. l.eo F. Quinn, Sagiaaw. Mich. G. Ridderbush. Dorchester. Wis. Lawrence E. Bobbins. Havana, ?? P. W. T. Robert?, Bayard. Nebr. Earl Vf. Roush, Rockford, III. W. J. Shannon. Brooklyn. ?. Y. Milton Shephard. Naples, ?. T. Walter Stanton, Warren, Pa ?aron C. Summers. Eckley. Colo Herman J. Soun.ila. Brooklyn ?. ? .lam?*? C. Thomta?. Lochlomand. La George W Watruba. Chicago Ills William Weinaaa. Shanks ville, fa. WrgUn Jf. Wig?, .vi>Brflaftm Kjr. ?' - ? rr \#oo?war? \\\\ Cotbrop New York?WASHINGTON?Paris. Today?Our Usual Weekly Remnant Day Remnant Day Merchandise It Not Returnable : None Sent C. 0. D. or on Approval: No Pbone or Mail Orden Filled Misses' Department 3 Handsome Baronet Satin Skirts in pale green, light ??ley and purple ?tripe?: S12JH eaefci were s:5 00 and S27.S0 each. 1 Pongee Coat Drees with blue vest and collar: ala? li, sii.??; was IS 5 00. A small assortment of Voile Smock?. In plain white and color combination?. Moat of them are made in button front style and will be very ?ervircab'e for house wear; ?isas li. IS and id year?: Me each; were It SO to SS.7S. ? All-wool Slip-on?, in mali? with gray wool collera, ?ome having ?ashe?: slightly soiled sises 14 and Si for girls 12 and 14 years: nt22k? eaekt were S?.60 2 Light-weight Coat?, for girisi 6 years: in Copenhagen, trico-; tine and serge, dressy model?, ?TJ? earhl were 115 CO. 1 Gray Barella Cloth Vnlinedi Coat, alie 1C year?: ?tn.ee ? wa? I10SS. 1 Navy Blue Serge <"*oat. lined to walat: ?Ixe It; IW.TSI was tilth. r-sull? ftoor-.; ?L UmbreBa Department Women*? It-Inch Black Piece dyed Taffeta Vrabrellaa. with at tractive handle?. ?Ilv-er and Bake lit? trimmed: ?om? with wri?t i inga Speaallv Pnced at $2.SS Eacb Wom?n'? -M-loch Vaio? T?f teta 1 robrella*. with ??l#ot**? wood hand) ?--a ; ?om? R* k* I He Specially Pnced at $1.15 ? Each ??"am So-? amula, a. Liner Department 3? pair? of Linen Pi'' wea?a?a. hemstitched ?lightly imperfect. ? were Its en. trUM patri were ?.??-?.ud new-I . ?awt Ua a? Waist Department 1? Black Crepe de Chine Waists. taken Irom regular stock: (34* eaehi were IS.fl. 10 Fleab and White Georgette Waists. tt-k? eaehi were $5 7? and $6 "5. li Batiste Waists with ruffle? edged in pink and blue, nil each? were $5.75. (4 Manufacturer's Sample Waists, ?ise? from S* t<? St: gun eaehi were $1 *>'. IMS and ??* ? Blue Stuped Organdy Waist?. taken from regular ?to. k au??) ataatfcl were Jl if. -JVei ? mt? Kia.eaith a*. iwiai ' Department * Childt ?a*? Dreaae?. in tan ro?e and t *j cannon cloth- mad? In hlgh-wrlst ?tyle; trimmed wi?i plaid r?" r and cuff?: ?lse? J to ? >eai>: 7S?- easebi wer? |1_I6. 7 Children*? T?n ?nd Ro?? Ott no? Cloth Die????, in h>gh-waJ?t ?tyle: trimm?-d with white collar and cuff?: finished with em broidered ?prey?: ?isa.? .1 ?o t year? ?uaa eaekt ?ere ?174 S Child r, n'a ci i n? ham Dreaae?. tn plaid!, trimmed with rollara, ruffs and belt of white poplin: In pll CUI I ? ?a 11 v w~ u .?? ?t* ??? .,.- nigl embrolder-M in mprxyg; el>*? t to 6 ye*r#: ?l.T* ?arkt mere |? ?R I Childr?-n'? 8m<H*k^d Tarer-rem, "f pink end hlii<*-i'h*rkf-<l ptn* ?..-ini, hi?h-wai?t ?tyk. i: w tt h f'?l'ar and ruffe of whit?: ? lira t to h yeara; gXjgg rmehx rrere tt.9:*. * Sweater Department 4 Swal'-r?, "f white fiber ?Ilk. in .-lip-on. ?leevele?? niidd. ?tyle. m a very attra?ctlre :an. ? weave: ?lie? t". 42 and 41: ti-Zti eaehi were S8.S0. 2 Turquoise I'lue Fiber Sllk! Coat Sweater?, with belted back and ?a?h in front: very attractive collar and buttons of ?ame color for trimmings; ?is? 40: S3-73 eaehi were 110.0'-. 5 Turaiuoi?? Blue Tiber Silk Coat Sweater?, with large fancy woven sailor collar. trinin**-d In woven bands of whit?: ?isen 44 ?nd 4?; ?*." eaehi were ?10.011. S ?,reen Bru ?he d Wool Scarf?! and <*aps t?. match; will be ?old: ?eparatelv or a? a set: gi-M each; were U.M. ? Purple Vib?r .?ilk Scarfs and Caps wilt be ?..id ?eparately -.r ?1? a ?et: ?1.?* eaehi w.r, ?MS. ?ftnni tk-dr-.-etl*.. L. C. L Department Pmall lot ef Knvetope ?"",. .. tnnim?d ?? i?h embroiderv bead ing and ribbon. Special. T*e Small lot Mare.1l? r, mhiaa tions, made ,,? the* r nainsook: trimmed with fine lace or em broidery, beading and ribbon. -<?????. ?1 ja raeh. 4 Silk Skirt?, of i-hiffon Taf f. la. '? io?. gre.n and gold ?hang? ?ble: twr white tub ?ilk?, with d.-uble pan I. K3.72 eaaaehi were $5 '.'ft. t Tarvta Skirt? In rose aad green < hangeable. in extra ?ise: ?I ? eaehi were SC.T*,. 2 Taffeta Petticoat?, blu? and la.-ndi': 1 White Tub Sill? Pet ti? ?at. ?SJS eaehi w-re |- nt t Jeraw-y Sill- Peiti.?.?t? and green. trimni?-d with 1- ?? den flow, red ?ilk ruffle, Maa. eaefci were $7 ?ft. 1 White Satin Skirt ?-nr c* - er?d. ?7-?.It was ?? "0 1 H?-a? y Blue Jersey trinini?-d in ln??-l.n reflet? Oa-TSi ..?? it. 7}. TW? Saat-? ,? Paul W. Luddy, Clarkahurg. W. Va Severto Mlpliaccio. Ambler. Pa. Hobt. Miller. New York. ? Y ileoige ?. Murphy. New Yovk, ? T. Hugh ? Porter. At lee, Okla I.. Powell, l'unxs tawney. Pa. l*aul E. Rosewa?, Baltimore, Md Weaaded la Aell?? (Degr?? G?? deterniineal ?. S?t C. W. Thompson. R?? bester, ? Y PRIVATO*. Karl S^?:'."n. E Beaton, Muss t*. A. Siebler. Ka?ton. Pa. rioyd Streetc-, Ferftu Palls. Minn. Miawlag ta Aell?? Corr B. ii. l'aster. Pittaford Midi PRIVATES. Albert B Carlson, Brooklyn. N T. John J. Carroll. Eliins-rille. N Y. Andre* Boline". Cartland. K> Krank Demps?.-. New York N Y. .1 C. Donaldson. Pawtucket. R L Morri? Drageon. Molow. Russia. F. Dum?-leeki. M.nch.shi. ?o-iniany. Svlveeter R. Fox. Aurora, N Y. Trank Freund. New York. N. Y. Vito n Giow. Canternamo. Italy. Hen Holbrc?.k. Musine?. Wi?. \aron O. Holt. Hebardsvil!.-, r,* XX'. L. Houi-hton. Manitowo??. *A is. Vincent P. Hurle.. Maldeii. Maaa. ?.a?e Ja> mes. North Salem. lavi Jame? A. l>*e. Montevallo, Al?. David Loewenihal. New York, N Y Harvey Masti. Pitteburgb. Pa. ?. M.kulak?, i'aubeniia. Kussia. Joh: W. Moore. Williamston, N c Joseph H. Moore, I">andrid?e. Tenu. Krank T. Murphy. Brooklyn, N Y Wilkie Mat Owen?. Liberty. ?. Y Arvie Peter?en. Kenesaw. Nebr. l**ul Rasmussen, San Die-ro. ' al. Shafter Robinson. Malcolm. K y. ?as, ai- D Rose. Kowlervill?, Mich. W. H. Ruaaetl. Hand. Ark. Joe Salmon. 1? than. Ala Joseph .1. S.-!i;??sler. Bristol. Conn. George Schneider. Buffai". ?. Y. Charit? E. Sei-ge?nt. Barnesvlllc. Ohio Jamea O. Shevill. BrookLn, N. V. John Short. New Y'orfc. ? Y* Merle H. Smith. Muskej-on. ?lnh William ?. Siri'th. l"by. Mieli. W. A. Stallie?-. Pon? ? P,- La-on. Pia. G. H. Thompson. L'\. rsburir. Telili William J. Thornton. Chicago. Ili John Tomashumas. Chicago, IH. Emanuel L? Ward, Lonlfay. Fla. Harry Wsjcelbaum, Brooklyn. ?. T. John H. Pearson. Oneonta. ?. Y. Harold Phillip?. Sa-j-anton, Pa. T. E. Randolph. Athens, Fa. , Herbert J. Ryan. Drillion. Wls. John J. Skureth. South Chicasjo 111 Charle? W. Smith. Erie. Pa Harry J. Smith. Appleton. wu. H. A. Sprouse. Mlddlebourne. W Va. William A Stout. Plun?arvllle. Ark. W. T. Summers, Willow Springs. Mo. John Talmadge, Middle?own. N. Y. Raymond R. Weiser. Reading. Pa. William H.-Wh.lan. Sayville. ?. ?. MAJ??E~C0RPS. .UBBirr ef C??n?ltle? l? Date. orac?*?? Deatha . 44 Wounded . 7? -1? Enlisted men Deaths .'"..1.082 Wounded .2.1W0 In hands of enemy. 14 Missing . IM ? s,*ai Grand total.S.4M The following casualties are report ed by the commanding ?renerai of the American Expeditionary Force? ?? cluded in above total): Killed In action . ? Died of wounds reecived in action .4 fiad of disease . I Vounded in action c?evei-ely).. .1*. In hand? of en.in?. ? Killed la Aetloa. lsi Sgt. J. T. Burnett. Grovetown. Pa Sgt. Henry p. Heymann, Clyde. Ohio. Corp. L A. Stover. Paragould. Ark. -?RIVATK8. John W. Analeiaon. Bo?ton. Mass Alvin F. Becking. Chicago. I1L T. H. Bell, Turtle Creek. Pa. W. K. Bennett. Rocbe?t?r, ?. T, Dllmus Brown. Sutham. G*. Abe Dobovitx. Newark N. J. David H. Qora-iel, Koxbury. Maaa. Andrew s Harbulak. Sharon. Pa a'harles llsybeck. .r. Klnri.r?. ? Y E Y* Ja.-l-e - City, riali. Martin J. *a?Cook. Brookl.? ?^ ? ? Hom.-.id M-iiici:i. ? uj?. \ *. Francia t:. Koisou. itruddo k n John ? Rod? lil'Ui-.. Marshall Mo John M. Sjlnri. Fair Ha.ar.. 1'? William K. T.scher Sfcawarao, Wm Dted et ?????. Hes-e'.e? la ?elle? I"-!-.I\ AT!> RoU-rt C. Ko? 1er. Mowlbu Jo?? ph B. Gant?, jl . Mast?, iti ? ? R.ihd'.ll'h. ? ook ?".? ? ?? Jam?-s ? Snydir, Lancaster ??. Died ef Dlseaaa?e. PRIVATES Willard \\ Bn.(?. Ju.k^oi Mich l^e* i'. M-.K;nney. Tango. W. \a Yfteaaded la Aeliea i?,a?*r?lv lat Lieut A. FYen? h Bo.se Idaho BBBGCAKT*. l-'i L Ashby. l.im? Okla Noble Stihr.it. Chic??.?. Ill I John W. llutsmith HouMoii. Tex I Jerome E. McOtiire, Brooklyn. ?. Y 1 Ijingston A.-hford. Un asmi? Te. I Oscar Dagt-maJ?, \ H ill ti H^.-ersiick. lannaatar l*a. j Anthony Varchi. s.?n Kranciaca Cal 1 I^onatd Perkins, a'al.ert. Tex ? W Reiland ins ne.vt of kin gi.en 1 1 ?,e,-.r?e il Rowenbuig. ?*?-^??*. Colo. ?Hairy Thoma?. Dalla?. Tex. ' Fred \\ hit.. (. airo. Ill la ???>.!. ml Kaeatay. [., ? p ? ^ ?? ... Philadelphia Pa *4e*aerely *Ck evaded ia tetiaa Pre . t?.u?l. Reported *aH?alag. ?I*?t. N. S Lema?. Philadelphia. Pa. la Haads ef I ?ara.-.. l*a-e,Uw?lr Rr? ???.? al Missina Pvt ? A. Dupe?. Indian? Harb.-i Ind. Pre. leasts R. perted Killed la Ae liea?>? ?. Ilrperled la I-.rrei hi. IV ? .liksMi. Mempl. ?. Tenn rAiHS IN BACK m SIDE YatM to Lydia E. PfckliAir'? Vegeta bie Compouod. Kansa-? City. Kaasaa.?**T -raf tered from pain? In my teck and aide caaMad by a functional de rangement I tras nertront- and had tea-lachar? mast ot that time. So many people reeom mended Lydia E Pinkham*? Vegetable Com pound to me. I tried lt and aitar taking all 'bottle? I aa welL I do not think the Vege table Compound can be beaten tot woman'? ailments."?Mrs U Tnt MOMi-t, Mil N. Hutching? 8L, Kanaai City, Kansaa Women who suiter freaa bead arhea, nervousneaa. backache, the bloaa and other tymptoms ot a functional derangement ?hould gire this famou? root and herb I remedy a_ trial. For forty yeara It has teen orer I coming such ailmenu of women aller other medicines hare tailed If yen want spedai suggest ??-1 ? in regard to your ?oonaliUoa. ? ? Lydia B. Ptakham Medicine ? : Lynn. Masa The result of 1? og expetie-jce :? at yr>ur eerele? ? t your letter wl, be hatid ut stri ? oanfldenoa.