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TITE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORXIXG, At'GUST 18, 1918 5 THE SHIFTING LINES IN PICARDY IT EA3 i i El ARMY CASUALTIE B 1 m- OVERS LA "" :;. I ... .. 0 COUNTY L - - - rdbc T i Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. Army' casualties among overseas forces an nounced today number 107. There was! tin marine corps list. Two lists issued! by the war department showed com binni : Killed in action, died of wound? S ; died of accident and other causes,;' 2: died of disease, 4; wounded severely j P; wounded degree undetermined, -7; missing in aclion 4t. The first list shows the following: Killed in Action I. Kill. JUoniaid I,. Kiee, Sparta, Wis.; Sethis. Alfred J. tirtmaii, Columbus, .: Rrcwstcr C. Shoch. Selinsgrovc, I'.i . ; ('orporals John W. Armstrong, Jonesl'oro, Tern.:. Edward S. iMulli can, New York; Wagoners John R. Masscy. rrineeton, X. C: Charles I'. Scott. 1 1 utchiiison, Kas.: Privates Mrl in Burrows, Volga, P. 1.; I. like Coop rudere, Pea Cilice, Ark.; Charles J-:. C'lnimincs. North Hanover, Mass.; Charles Hensley. Rivcrum, I'tah; Ben jamin lv (lunnell, Arlington, X, .1.; Obrit 1 lopland, I'.leva, Wis.; James lcad, Sandusky, Wis.; Roger R. Ram. isev. Boston; llewit .1. Swcnringen. Kansas City; Pliezo Tsiotras, Indian apolis. Died of Wounds Private John Johnson. P.ellaire, O.; Andrew Hess. McKecs I locks. Pa. The second section of the army cas ual;, list includes: Died of Disease Privates Oscar Snover, Katy, Texas: John A- Kilfoyle, Troy. X. Y. ; Harold I.. Campbell, Randall. Minn.: Frank H. Teste, San Jose, Cal. r Wounded, Degree Undetermined Lieutenant John H. Stratford, Xcw Tork. Missing in Action - Private George IF. Chaddiek. Honey Tf.land, Texas. Killed in Action Serjeants Bernard R. Pmnerty, New Tork: Joseph O'Rorke, Xcw York City; Corporals Thomas Fitzgerald, Now Tork City: Dennis Hoian, Natick, i VJass.; t 'ook Walter J. Foley, Worce ster, Mass. Privates Herbert W. Alli n, Monenssen, Pa.; AVilliain c. lioy lfn. Hoston; Joe S. Copeland, Iar lianelle. Ark.; Harry P.rush, Chester, Pa.; W illiam J. Cassidy, Long Island City. X. Y.; Patrick J. Farley, New York City: John Feeney, Kast Milli oriek. Maine; Frank Flick, Saegertown. Pa.; Patrick (irimes, Xew York City; ivncst II. Katttmann. Philadelphia l-iank Kiralski. Pittsburg. Pa 1 iek Morrissey. Xeu- York Pat- I Oitv; I ! ; Thomas A. Ryan. Hoston. Died of Wounds Privates Joseph liowen. Kast St. I.ouis, 111.; Clark P.. Cotfman, Caddo 'iap. Ark.; John W. Kvland. Rarne icld, Wis.: Robert P. Friedman, Urooklvn: Sam Hoffman, Rremard, Texas; Albert Leibel, Campbellsport, W is.; Carl P. Plough, Denmark. bAatoALL I IN FRANCE i PARis. auk. 17. It is announced l 'iiht arrangements nave t.eeu com pleted for bringing an All-star base ball team from the Fnited States un der the supervision of John J. Mc 'Iraw to play through a season at the American centers in France against a tram selected Irom former If players now in the army. Time - i : ; I J 1 1 WW PCI : l- ' rS4 WMu)0y MWWtf.AYsfc'.XA L. 1 VZQm&Z ZiS&r X The war map up-to-the-minute of the territory from M ontdidier south including the late Soissons-Chateau-Thierry-Reims salient. The white line indicates the present battle line as closely as it could be traced as late as yesterday from the Associatel Press dispatches. REVENUE BILL TO PRODUCE 8 BILLION (Continued from P.ise One) of this amount the rate shall be five per centum. "fP.) in the case of a non-resident alien ten per cent of the amount of the net income in excess of the credits pro vided in section 1116." Section "10. as agreed to, reads: "Credits allowed: For purposes of ; normal tax only, there shall be al ! lowed the following credits: i "(A) The amount received as divl i domls from a corporation which is tax- able under the corporation income tax upon its net income. "(P.) Amount received as interest upon obligations of the Fnited States any state, territory, or political snb-di-vision, or the District of Columbia. Single and Married Persons "lO In the case of n single person a personal exemption of $1,000. or in the case of the head of a family, or a married person living with husband i and wife, a personal exemption of I SJ.iiOO. A husband and wile living to- d'thor shall receive but one personal exemption o' ?.,voo against their ag gregate net income and in case they make separate returns the personal ex emption of $2,0'i0 may be taken by either or divided between them. "(I) $-00 for oaoi person (other ueithan husband and wife dependent on and receiving his chief support from MY Saves Work - Money 9 For All Woodwork Channell Chemical Co. CHICACO TORONTO LONDON , Znantcuil i X VIU.E I FURTHEST QERMftM UNE'lS the taxpayer if such dependent person ! rj is under IS years of age. or is ineap- I able of self-support, because mentally I or physicallv defective." u- j Treasury Draft Sent Back i i The committee agreed by a very j close to a differential of three per flent against unearned incomes and has sent hack to the treasury the hit ter's draft fo rthis purpose for re fers draft for this probability it may be dropped on re-consideration. If the differential stays in the bill, the pres ent five per cent normal tax on in comes under $4,000 annually might be made, six per cent on unearned In comes and four per cent on earned in comes and the normal tax of 10 per cent on incomes from $4,000 upward might be made 13 per cent on un earned and 9 per cent or the present 10 per cent on earned incomes a committee member today explained. Committee Refers Decision Chairman Kitehin tonight explained that the committee had referred its decision in favor of an excess profits tax of 40 to 60 per cent after $3,000 exemption and eight per cent deduc- Ition to the treasury for its atmroval. He said the committee also had com municated to the treasury its action in I dividing business into three classes for pre-war earnings deduction. The committee has adopted a pro vision that in no event will the excess profits tax of corporations having less than $,"i0,000 capitalization exceed 40 per cent of its net income. An effort will be made next week to apply the same provision to the war profits tax. ceo- iu.il ALUS UN, f4ARttie Official Statement -u 'Continued from Page Onel GERMAN BERLIN, Aug. 17. (Via Lon don) The allies yesterday made strong attacks against the Ger mans on both sides of Roye, ac cording to the war office statement issued today. These, attacks wid ened until they included the terri tory from the neighborhood of Chaulnes to the vicinity of Las signy, but were repulsed by the Germans. The communication says: "Between the Yser and the Ancre in some sectors fighting actively increased during the night. Re newed enemy thrusts near Vieux Berquin and north of the Ancre were repulsed. "On both sides of Roye the enemy again made strong attacks. In the afternoon they extended to the north as far as a point south west of Chaulnes and south as far as a point northwest of Lasslgny. "The French and Canadians at tempted at these widely separated points to break through our po sitions. The army of General von Hutier completely repulsed these attacks and the French, who bore the main burden of the fighting, again suffered very heavy loss. "Near and south of Hallu enemy attacks broke down before our lines. "The foe's attack yesterday on both sides of the Avre was pre ceded by strong artillery prepara tion and was carried out by the infantry in deep echelons. Near Goyencourt the enemy temporarily gained some ground in the direc tion of Roye., He was, however, thrown back again by our counter attacks. Portions of our foremost battle line on the Amlens-Roye road which still remain in the possession of the enemy, were re captured during the night. "South of the Avre, French at tacks wire repulsed, many times collapsing immediately before our fighting lines. Near and south of Beauvraignes our artillery fire broke the force of the enemy's as sault. Infantry fighting developed only at certain points and here the enemy was repulsed. "Between the Oise and the Aisne an enemy thrust in the morning hours south of Nampoel failed." WALDROP APPOINTED Thomas J. Croaff. state director of the United States Public Service Re serve, has commissioned Ida YValdrop, secretary of the Maricopa Automobiles Trade Association, as agent in Mari copa County, to assist, in the Public; Reserve work. Mr. YValdrop has been I closely identified with the automobile industry foV the past nine njonths and no doubt will be of great help in this J branch of work. o ALBUQUERQUE. X. M.. Aug. 17. Deputy sheriffs tonight are scouring the country for five of the eight men who broke jail here early this morning. One man. Simon Herrara, charged with obtaining money unlawfully, re turned this forenoon, claiming he was forced to follow the other when they escaped. Rafael Angel, charged with robbery and Luis Portillo, serving a 60-day sentence were arrested near Inleta this afternoon.. The five men still at liberty are: William Brown, negro, charged with murder; Genovevo Lara, charged with stabbing a woman: Perfillio Lopez, charged with murder, Juan Masias, charged with attmepting to assault an eleven-year-old girl; John Knoof alias Walter Wise, charged with vagrancy. The prisoners escaped by sawing four bars from a window, the saw hav ing been smuggled in last night in a lunch bucket. Mrs. Lopez, wife of one of the escaped prisoners, admitted this at a preliminary hearing this after noon. She also implicated her hus band's brother in the plot. Each was remanded to jail in default of $5,000 bond. BARLEY SUPPLY LIMITED LONDON, Aug. 17. No increase in the amount of barley used for beer in" Great Britain will be permitted. This is a result of the conference of the food controller of the allies during the visit of Herbert C. Hoover the American food controller. PUCK SUSPENDS PUBLICATION NEW YORK. Aug. 17. Puck, one of the pioneer comic weeklies of the coun try has suspended publication. At its inception, it was published in German, but it was later printed in English. In recent months it w as owned by William R. Hearst SCOURING COUNTRY FOR JAIL BREAKERS In re-running the survey lines be tween Yuma and Maricopa counties, the accuracy of which is questioned, B. M. Atwood, state engineer, and his surveyors have evolved a unique sys tem of overcoming the refraction and shimmering of the liht waves due to the heat. The method of doing this is really very simple, requiring only the presence of an acetylene torch on a nearby mountain peak, thereby cstab- j iisntng a oase nne irom wnicn the syster of triangulation is begun. Of course, the laying out of the base line is done at night to avoid the heat, th remainder of the triangulation can then he carried on as usual. J. S. Barlow is the field engineer in charge of the surveying, and he re ports that the surveying he is required to do in establishing the true line of demarcation between Yuma and Mari copa counties is no easy matter, involv ing as it does the traversing of moun tain wilds, dry-hot deserts and the like. At times food and water must I be hauled for several miles over rough trails to the crews from the nearest! station. . Motor transportation is used whenever practicable, hut owing to the: lack of sufficient cars and the inade- ; quacy of the roads it has not as yet j assumed great proportions in the j work. I o. I. W. WORKERS ARE ADJUDGED GUILTY; (Continued from Page One) definitions made by the witnesses on the stand and compare them with what they have written and the books they authorized, the case of the government is complete.'! Jury Out Only One Hour After the instructions of Judge Lan dis. the jury retired at 4:10 p. m. and just one hour later announced that its verdict was ready. The court was hastily assembled and the verdict was read at 5:25 p. m. There was no demonstration and the defendants were returned to their cells after Judge Landis had announced that he would hear arguments lor a new trial next week, the exact date to be set later. ' No Demonstration Over Verdict There was no sign of disorder which had been predicted among the de fendants in case of an- unfavorable verdict. They sat as if stunned. Hav wood continued calmly to break into bits a toothpick which he held in his fingers while the verdict was read, and scarcely a man moved for several seconds after the final words were pronounced. "I certainly believed that Judge Landis' instructions to the jurv pointed to a clear acquittal," Haywood re marked, a few minutes later. Well, we can only make the best of it." Attorney Nebeker Pleased "Enough said." was the smiling comment of Attorney Nebeker. 'Its fine, I feel great about it. natural! v. For a solid year I've lived with this thing uppermost iri my mind everv waking moment, and now Id like nothing better than to jump on a train for my home in Salt Lake City." Attorney Vanderveer had little to say beyond announcing that he would attempt to obtain a re-trial. Pre viously, however, he had characterized Judge Landis' instructions to the jury as "clear, concise and fair." Separate trials were granted to four of the I. W. W. members arrested but it is believed improbable that the cases will ever come to court. KATE VICTORY As war is the normal condition of the world today, fashions naturally are more or less affected. Korrick's is following out this idea in presenting its fashions to the public through its advertising. In its latest announce ment is seen - a clever piece of work, both in the idea and in the way it has been handled in the drawing. The standard at the right and left of the border in the announcement is adapted from the Roman S. I'. y. R. The ornament at the bottom is the classis thunderbolt. The vine and leaves typify victory. In fact victory is the general effect and the decoration, while the war and the fashions dominate the picture. SETTINGS P III 111 f M Complete showing NOW Tailored Suits also serge, jersey and satin dresses. The suits $29,50, $35.00, $39.50 and finer. The Dresses $19.75, $25.00, $29.50 and finer. Save $5.00 to $10.00 under coast or eastern prices! DIES IN HOSPITAL Republican A. P. Leased Wire FRAXKLLV, X. IL, Aug. 17. United States Senator Jacob H. Gallinger of ; New Hampshire died at a hospital here early today. When benator Gallinger returned from Washington to his summer home at Salisbury Heights, near here in July, he was in poor health. A few j days ago his condition became so much worse ne was Drought to a -hospital here. Death was attributed to arterio sclerosis. The funeral will be held from the First Baptist church at Concord Wed nesday afternoon. Senator Gallinger is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Mary A. Norton of Winchester, -Mass. CONCORD. X. H., Aug. 17. A tri bute to the memory of United States Senator Gallinger. who died at Frank lin today, was paid by President Wil son in a telegram sent to the senator's family tonight from Manchester, Mass., JO Adams at 1st Ave. WfP SENATOR GALLINGER STYLE j CUAD THE ARBOR POPULAR Tile Arbor. situa:ed on North Uentra! avenue is proving an at tractive recreation place for atito ists. Situated on the hanks of the canal, amid trees and shrubbery, it is a. cool and delightful' spot. The Arbor combines a tea garden and amusement park, and in the three months it has been open to the public, it has become popular. Light refreshments are served, and in a pavilion erected for the pur pose, dancing is enjoyed every evening except Sunday. The man agement provides first-class music for the guests every evening. where the president is visiting. Tile message reads-: "Please accept my warmest sym pathy in your great loss. Senator Gal linger has rendered long and distin guisUed public service and his death will make, a great dilterence in the public councils." o NO HEADLIGHTS Russell Colter and Bernardo Aris were arrested last night by Policeman Shirk and charged with driving auto mobiles without headlights lighted. Roth arrests were made at Third and Kast Washington streets. T'se The Republican Classified Ads for Results Read for Profit.