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k E. F. DIVISIONS'
War Department Announcement
Shows Four Generals
Relieved of Commands.
Locations of the divisions of tho
.American expeditionary rorces January
2. with the names of the present division
commanders, is made public by the War
The new list shows that Maj. Gens.
Charles D. Rhodes, Peter li Traud,
J.oroy S. Lyon and Charles E. Martin
have been relieved of their commands
The 87th is now under Brig.
Gen. William P. Martin, the 90 th
under Brig. Gen. John P. O'Neill and
the 92d under Brig. Gen. James H.
Krwln. The 34th and 8th are temporarily
without regularly detailed
No changes are indicated In the
composition of the army of occupation,
which still numbers tentatively
thirteen divisions, the 1st, 2d, 3d. 4th,
Sth 7th, 28th, 32d, 33d. 42d, 79th. 89th
The divisional, their locations and
commanders are given as follows:
First, Montabaer, Maj. Gen. E. F.
Second, Heddesdorf, MaJ. Gen. John
A Is; Jeune.
Third, Andernaeh, Maj. Gen. Robert
Fourth, Bertrich, Maj. Gen. Mark L.
Fifth, Esch sur Alzette, Maj. Gen.
Hanson E. Ely.
sixth, Aigny-le-Duc, Mat Gen.
Walter H. Gordon.
Seventh, Euvezin. Ma J. Gen. B&hiond
Twenty-sixth. Montlgny-le-Roi. Mat
Gen. Harry C. Hale.
Twenty-seventh (on priority).
Wontfort, Maj. Gen. John P. O'Ryan.
Twenty-eighth. Heudicourt, Mat
Gen. William H. Hay.
Twenty-ninth, Bourbopne lee Batne.
Maj. Gen. Charles G. Morton.
Thirtieth (on priority). Ballon. Mat
Gen. Edward H. Lewis.
Thirty-first (skeletonized)?part on
priority, part sailed).
Thirty-second, Rengadorf, Mat Gen.
Thirty-third, Diekirch, Mat Gen.
George Bell, jr.
on priority, part sailed).
hTirty-flfth, Commercy, Mat Gen.
Thomas B. Pugan.
Thirty-sixth, Cheny, Maj. Gen. W.
Thirty-seventh (on priority, Worml.oudt
to Ee Mars), Maj. Gen. Charles
Thirty-eighth (skeletonized, part
Forty-second, Ahrweller, Maj. Gen.
Clement A. P. Flagler.
Seventv-seventh. Chateau vil 1 a 1 n.
Jkiaj. Gen. Robert Alexander.
Seventy-eighth, Semur, MaJ. Gen.
James H. McRae.
Seventy-ninth, Souilly, Mai. Gen.
Joseph E. Kuhn.
Eightieth, Ancy-le-Franch. MaJ.
Gen. Samuel D. Stnrgis.
Eighty-first, Mussy sur Seiner Mai.
Gen. Charles J. Bailey.
Eighty-second, Franthoy, Mai. Gen.
George B. Duncan.
Eighty-fourth (to be skeletonised
at Ee Mans November 28).
Eighty-sixth (skeletonized, part tor
replacements, part to return to United
Eighty-seventh, St. Nas&lre, Brig.
Gen. William F. MartinEighty-eighth.
Eagjiy, MaJ. Gen.
Eighty-ninth, Kylburg, Brig. Gen.
Frank L. Winn.
Ninetieh, Barncastel. Brig. Gen.
Josenh P. O'NeiL
Ninety-first, designated for I?afaret-Bamard
(to early return to Le
Mans), Maj. Gen. William H. John,
Ninety-second, Le Mans, Brig. Gen.
James B. Erwin.
Forty-first, St. Algnan, Brie- Gen.
Eli Cole. U. S. M. C.
Eighty-third. Le Mans, Maj. Gen. E.
Eighty-fifth, Tool. Maj. Gen. Chase
Thirty-ninth (skeletonized for" replacement
and return to the United
Fortieth, Reclgny. Maj. Gen. F. S.
3,000 U. S. SOLDIERS
LOST AN ARM OR A LEG
Two soldiers oat of *mry thousand I
who fought with tho American Army
overseas lost an arm or a leg and must
he supplied with artificial limbs by the
government. Lieut. CoL Strong of the
Vnited States Medical Corps told the
House military affairs committee yesterday.
He said that 3,000 of .the total
combat force of 1,500,000 men were so
Col. Strong said that 1.100 of the 3.000
have been returned to this country and
are now being fitted with artificial limbs
in military hospitals. A provisional
limb is used until the stump has been
molded to fit a permanent limb, he said.
An appropriation of $7,000,000 to purchase
the artificial limbs, as well as
serums and vaccines, for the soldiers
was asked for by the Medical Corps.
HAS LOST BAGGAGE SECTION.
Army Embarkation Service to
Handle This Branch From Capital.
A "lost baggage section" has been
established in the Army embarkation
service, with the main office in this
? ty and a branch office at the port o?
embarkation. Hoboken, N. J.
The function of the new section is
to handle all matters pertaining to
e'ray baggage belonging to members
of the American expeditionary forces,
particularly such baggage as may be
jeturned to Hoboken from Overseas.
mid arrange for its restoration to Its
The section will not deal with other
tiaggage lost In ordinary movements
in the United States.
'Health Sunday" Is Postponed.
Postponement of "Health Sunday"
from February 9 to February 23," so
as not to conflict with the Theodore
Jloosevelt memorial services arranged
for tlie former date, was announced
today by Surgeon General Blue of the
United States public health service.
Many of the leading ministers of the
country. Itr. Blue said, have arrang
1 to urge upon their congregations
,< it "Health Sunday" the timeliness of
: campaign for physical and moral
25 CENTS EACH
u: S. BOYS IN RUSSIA
LIVING IN FREIGHT CARS
Americans Fighting' the Bolshevik!
Hud Ml Boxes Better Than
Trenches at Zero.
WITH AMERICAN FORCES ON
THE VOLOGDA RAILWAY. November
K (Via London. December 20.
Correspondence of -the Associated
Press).?When operating through this
thinly populated forest and tundra
region along the railway leading from
Archangel to Vologda, the American
troop* fighting the bolshevik! in the
north Russian front are living. when
ree from trench and blockhouse duty,
in ting Russian freight cars.
In this they are imitating the Russian
soldiers, who. since the revolution.
have commandeered freight cars
wherever they found them and re1
Women's $4.50 to $6
THE very newest in
with ring and loop
handles. They are
slightly marked and
1 soiled from display.
Colors are navy blue,
light and dark green,
. purple and garnet;
some with borders.
?Mate finer?Sooth Annex.
/N spite of the price,
with them ? althougl
- You'll find plenty of tl
' in demand?and yet so ha:
Every hat in the lot is sr
10-wire all-wool Bri
sels Rugs that ha
Oriental and floral p;
terns with colors su
able for any roo
Combinations of coir
in tans, browns, gre
. ? . - - . ; V" . "
modeled them for dwellings.
When the box cars are fitted up with
stoves, they are known as "topluchas."
They are not particularly warm in
r.ero weather, but a welcome change
from the cold trenches in the snow.
The forests here are dotted with
small blockhouses, built almost on
the model of the blockhouse forts of
the old American war with the
Indians, but have the added advantage
of being fairly shrapnel proof.
The fighting down along the railway
line from the north has been,
since the beginning last August, a
WUIIIUIimilUll U1 iuvuciu waitMO, " ???? l
trenches and modern arms, and of1
bush fighting; wherein surprise attacks
in the weeds figured prominently.
Charles Fahy, Aviator, Honored.
A reception in honor of Lieut. Charles
Fahy oi the aviation service, who recently
returned from overseas, was held
at the AJoysius Club. Lieut. Fahy
told of some of his experiences
while attached to a battle squadron, and
related the story of his flight oveT the
Alps. A musical program followed the
talks and a basket ball game was held.
Henry I. Quinn presided.
$5.75 to $7.75
Wash Satin Blouses. 1
work, embroidery and
well as many other vc
The size assortmen
some of them to size 51
? To Lose, Mens!
there's absolutely nothing the
a the price would lead you to
re extra large shapes that are so
rd to find. In brown, green and
rtorf rirflrcir rvorf on/4 1 AirAr
nai Vj u i VJJV , awu .111 v-vti
^ Calf Lac(
pf Made of finest Ru
J\ or dark shades, many
xiri straight and wing
/ K welted soles, medium
Foot models, every c
\ stock just to demonstr;
^ of these popular shoes,
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Just right for spring
Spring Dresses, secured
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nas tavorea us uoerauy
There are in
combinations of C
stylish plain Sergi
Included also i
high waist line mi
All the new ideas, s
Many have- pockets, be
ona quoise, Reindeer, Khaki
jr and Black. All sizes for
~7 nvfso10 Ovei
A very large assort!
terials are heavy cheviot
to 18. Junior sizes, 6 to
Boys $9.50 to $10.5
A splendid assortment of
with slash or patch pock
fancy cheviots, cassimeres
7 to 18 years.
, Boys' $10.50 to $
53 These are some of oni
Overplaid, with slash or |
Sizes 7 to 18 years.
J5_ Boys' $135 to $1S
In percale, madras or f
vc lars attached or neckband,
sizes 12Vi to 14.
it- Boys' $2.25 C
In wide or narrow rib l
taped seam. Sizes 8 to 17 y
>rS Boys' 89c Caf>s, 59c
en Boys' $1.25 to $1
Boys' $1.00 B
'<** Boys' $23
BY THE BULGARIAN
Greeks and Serbians Sufferer
Names of Officers Besponsibls
Have Been Secured.
I/5NDON, Thursday, January 23, T<
Montreal?Appalling and almost tu
believable atrocities were practice
upon Greeks and Serbians by tt
Bulgarians during the war, aooordln
to a report submitted by an officii
Serbian commission which has bee
conducting an Investigation. Ni
only has evidence of brutalities bee
found, but the names of Bulgaria
officers who ordered them have bee
secuned, it is said.
Hundreds of crimes against civiliai
in occupied territory have bee
:e, Crepe de Chine and
the most adorable beadbraid
trimming ideas as
>gues that are really int
includes 36s to 46s and
-^-Second Floor. J
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2 Boots at
ssia calf, in light
with buck tops, N*
and pointed toes.
talr^n frnm r\nr r^irnlo*
ite and exploit the merits
Sizes 5 to 11, AA to E ,
zmarkably M* I I
2/ price of X,
;?in fact, all exploit the advati
at an enormous price concess
in return for a great volume <
the lot Full Beaded Georgettes, j
are several styles of the new Coat
>del, two and three tier ideas, hei
uch as slitted skirts, buttons a
sits, sashes and big buckles.
Reaver Tan (Irav Rr1?rian '
the woman and miss, 14 to 44
rcoats for Bit
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nent of boys' overcoats of very
s and tweeds, also plain materi;
? 11. Juvenile sizes, 3 to 8.
>0 Suits, $735 Boys' $
patterns and models .
:ets. Materials are J A ?00(
and tweeds. Sizes duroy ai
12.50 Macltinaws, $835
verv best Mackinaws in verv fir
?ateh pockets and belt all-aroum
0 Shirts and Blouses, 95c
ancy stripes, also plain white. Co
Blonse sizes 6 to IS years, shii
orduroy Pants, $1.49
nouse color eordnroy. Fall cut wit
ISO Hats. 89c
louses. 59c ' '
5 to $335 Wash Suits. $13
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proved by the investigation. It la reported.
Sin one district. It la said, 600 women
and children were ordered massacred
by a certain Lieut. Stojamer. The
spot where this wholesale tragedy
occurred is said to be still marked
B. by hutnan skulls and bones.
FEABS RUSH OF HUNS HEBE.
Mr. Johnson Urges Immigration
Restrictions in House.
t_ By th'ouaendg. Germans who fought
^ against the United States will swarm
[e into this eountry unless Immigration
barriers are Interposed.
Representative Royal Johnson, who
n (ought as a lieutenant against the
. Germans, gave this first-hand testi"
mony before the Immigration eommlt>n
tee of the House yesterday. He urged
,n that immigration restrictions be enact[
cd for the reconstruction period.
Careful observation has established
18 the fact that the average woman eats
:n a fifth less than the average man.
at the sa
1 the I
I FABRICS include ST'
j finished and unfin- five-s
ished worsteds, fan- els,
cy cheviots, fancy mode
fi cassimeres and plen- mode
n ty of worsteds for regiil
conservative men. and s
IAnd Drastic j
All $70.00 and $75.06
AU $60.00 and $65.0C
AH $50.00 and $55.06
AO $45.00 and $48.06
AO $40.00 and $42.06
AO $35J00 and $38.Ot
An $30.00 and $32.0i
An $25.00 and $28.01
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tee ideas and all are brand-new
ion from a manufacturer who
Modish Jerseys, sad superb
Satin-Serte sad plenty of
Dress with the little vestec,
ivily hsnd-embroidered and
it slits and plain tailored vents.
Colors include White, TurTaupe,
Henna, Joffre Blue, Navy
J & Little Boys
r finest tailoring. M a- tvv PP
lis. Big boys' sires, 12
i s- A# . *"9 V 1 r
o.yo to ot-yo juvenue ouits, oj
i assortment of fancy mixtures, corid
velvets made in plain models or
fects. Sizes 3 to 8 years.
GALSWORTHY COMING h
TO LOWELL CELEBRATION
Large Gathering* of American and i j
British Men of Letters Ex- 1
pec ted at New York.
NEW YORK, January 24.?John Gals- '
worthy, the English author, is en route !
to America to attend a four-day international
celebration of the 100th anniversary
of the birth of James Russell 1
Lowell, poet and essayist, beginning
February 19. A cable message from
London received at Columbia University
said that Mr. Galsworthy had sailed for J
America and would be followed soon by
other Britons. Lowell was American
ambassador to Great Britain from 1SS0
The celebration will be held here under
the auspices of the American Acad- i
s, when you can make su
me time save some real ;
lan's 525. -s3'
louse, in th
At a Price You ^
WW Recoanize i
as Remarkable WEL
YLES include COLORS i
earn back mod- a wealth of
welted waist tures, herrir
Is, conservative weaves and
:1s, models for of solid colc
ar, short, stout blue, gree
,lim men. brown.
Reductions Also on
Suits and Overcoats. $61.75
Suits and Overcoats. $53.75
' Suits and Overcoats. $43.75
' Suits and Overcoats. $39.7.
' Suits and Overcoats. $34.7,
9 Overcoats $29.7i
9 Overcoats $24.75
9 Overcoats $21.75
?The Men's Clothes Shop, Maic
Continuing the ?
Misses' & Girls' $16.50 t
$29.50 Spring Coats, at
In Pompom, Velour, Broadch
Tweeds, Mixtures, Plaids, Burella,
of them are fur trimmed and ma
tailored. The sizes range from 2 ti
Each tuneful and a
seller. Plenty here. 3H
them tomorrow in the Pi
I Salon. Fourth Floor.
Rose of No Man's Land.
Till We Meet Again. 90c
Beautiful Ohio, $1.00.
Light Your Little Lamp
for Me, 90c.
my of Arts and T,et ter?. An announcenent
made by the academy . .'Id that it
vas hoped to brine: together the largest
md most representative assembly of
Vmericnn ami Briti.di iron and women
>f letters that bus ever b :er? gathered.
Among the Britors to whom invitations
have been e.v.endi ;l are ex-Prenier
Herbert Asquith, Viscount Grey of
Called on. Lord Kryce, Bobert Bridges,
x>et laureate; Kudyard Kipling, Augus.ine
Birrell, James M. Barric. Co nan
Doyle, Sir Henry Xewbolt. Gilbert Cheserton.
Gilbert Murray. Sir Walter Kaeigh,
Sir Arthur Quiller Couch. Edmund
5os.se, the master of Balliol College. Oxford:
John \V. Mar Kail, Alfred Noyes
ind D. G. Hogarth, keeper of Ashrriolean
Many of the most distinguished scholars
of Canada also have been invited.
Ships Released by TJ. S. to Owners.
Eighteen* rror^ vessels requistioned
>y the United States Shipping Ho.'ird
rive been, released. Notice to th:s eficet
has t'een serve] on the owners.
Service on the county jrrand jury 5?
i new privilege to be accorded the
ivonien of Eos Angeles and its vicinty.
re of buying QUALITY
money?what s the ans\
0 and s35 ^
is great Si
ce Spring Wa
tffi s 1 -69
% /T1HESE new, ad\
K * mer gingham,
|| dresses are in Sco
solid colors, includii
Some are beat
dainty touches of
others, plaids and <
Yokes, collars a
included. Sizes 2 tc
idle of Giiis'& Ch
m * I f r i %y usxs n/. v
Y- Spring Coat
ath Velvet They are all cle\
etc. Many sho*'n th,'s *easo
vantage 01 the op
my of them at a material savi
o 17 years.
Werd : S?
,s ! I faIl?
enth Street Between E and j
| QVER-EATf N?
is the root of nearly aU
digestive evils. If your
digestion is weak or out
of kilter, better eat less
the new aid to better
i D1 >?S * -
ui^^uuii, i icdbani lO
lake?effective. Let Kimoids
help straighten out
your digestive troubles,
MADE BV SCOTT & BOWNE
i MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMUL310N
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an J !
1 / a
ts of 2 to 6,
er Girls of
?t M. eurs ^
to $4-45 ^
anced spring and sumchambray
tch plaids, stripes and
ag white dimity.
itifullv smocked with
washable embroidery: i
nd cuffs of solid colors.
and short yoke effects
? 6, 8 to 14.
5, at **
cr styles?more so than many
n. Mothers should take adportunity
to fit the little folk ,
injj. Sizes 2 to 14 years. ?
For February !
Oh, Susie, Behave
85c | .
both are big hits m
"Sinbad," and featured
in the February Columbia
- -PhooogTmpb Step, Second FImt.