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THE WASHINGTON TEtfES. SATURDAY, MAY 11 ; 1018.
The Poor of Washington To Get Nickel Ice Though Supplies Will Be Conserved FIVE-CENT ICE ILL BE SOLD; Life's Little Jokes Number Seventeen 'By GoimWg Copyright, 1918, by E. A. Ramley. ? s SLACKERS. : : :: : P.iX : Trte Bi-tto aumats -. r TO k V as 4 DEUVERES nnnnnnnBuuuuuuuuuuuBnfcHnaEafnlsejarov'Ss'V BE REST 1 By BILL PRICE. Discontinuance of the sale of 6ent Pieces of Ice will not be sanctioned by Clarence R. "Wilson, District food ad ministrator, -when he confers with Ice manufacturers and dealers this after noon. In an effort to settle questions re lating to this summer's supplies and prices. It is safe to say that Mr. Wilson has In mind the fact that the poor should not be deprived of opportunlt) to pur chase small quantities, but at the same time" he Is considering the necessity of conserving the Ice supplies of wasninr- ton. The contention of Ice dealers that the cutting of small pieces of Ice Is wasteful and will quickly diminish sup plies he feels has foundation, but it Is practically certain that he will require dealers to sell S-cent pieces of Ice to those who call at wagons and Ice houses. As a. compromise he will probably sanc tion the discontinuance of delivery of 5 cent pieces to apartment?, offices, and houses as not only wasteful, but as cost ly and uneconomical. "Waste 'in Practice. Going through office buildings and apartments and to houses, delivering small pieces of ice ordered daily or at intervals is, under conditions and prices that win prevail this summer. Impracti cal and wasteful, in the view of food officials SeeKihg to conserve the none too large stock of ice on hand. On the other hand, it would be un fair and inhuman to deprive poor people of S-cent pieces of Ice if they so direct to wagons or dealers and ask for what they want. Frequently small pieces of ice are desired by housewives for cooling beverages or water for the sick. Many families do without ice except when the weather is excessively warm or some member becomes ill. Whether this is from poverty or motives of economy it tends to conserve ice. It was said today, and this class of people will not be forced to buy what they do not need or are unable to pay for. Mr. Wilson does not want to have an Ice shortage in Washington this year, and his policies will be formed with that object In view. He urged ice manufacturers months ago to stockup with Ice, making, .Plans for toraft faUtlej Jhat,, never, existed j before, and there is said to be a good ly supply on hand, to which additions: are constantly being made. In past years the Ice supply of Washington has been supplemented by shipments of Maine Ice, coming by water in vessels adapted to that pur pose. These shipments will be re- AMUSEMENTS CRANDALL'S tSTa fi 25.' ?S STORET in "THE CUM." CRANDALL S m r. Ave. 'a. e. rODAT PADLINE FREDERICK la "LA IOSCA LKAnDALL j today w "s. hart In '"THE HARKED DECK." nrtMT 130 C Street rtra1 nUiUX WILLIAM RUSSELL, in "IN BAD." Also a .Strand Comedjr. UnllT'C CAROLINA. nUInCi O 11th & X. Car. Are. S. R. KTTTT GORDON In "TUX WAFP Alio Hearst Patfce News m am a fMt. . w. w. llAIA TODAT-W1C S. HART Is "BLUE BLAZES RAWDEN ' LEADER m Wh "toSatI- GLADYS BROCKWELL 'm "HER ONE MISTAKE." EXTRA A Fox FunsMna Comedr. "A Neighbor's Keyhole." M VMPIP Opnirt I. M, ITT'I'I A OORTJOV IB 14 D IU "THE FCRPLE LILT " CTDANT1 TODAT-CHARLTE CHAP- iltUUtU LDJ In "JL DOG'S LU"E " bAKULTI TROVA In "TUB LIGHT WITHIN ' CRANDALL h tmh t. at cl t. TODAY ENID BENNETT la "NAUGH TY. NAUGHTY ' aiANDALL'ST,,o"D,ArYBihALii,cJi BRADY in "AT THE MERCY OF MEN " rDHUnHIPCS"1" CeLrd. TODAY SESSl'K HAYAKAWA in "THE HONOR OF HIS UUfSb ro AwnAl T 'C "?5. y r .. uuuwnuu u I'li-Ai ijijctji LivElUm TWICE DAILY BURLESQUE sWHIKTOri BIGSEH mm CH0BBS BASEBALL K.J Washington vs.GIeveland Downtown Ticket Of flee, 813 I41h St. Open from 8i30 A. 31. to 3i30 P. M. Cee Acquainted Somrtmlna; Hew. DANCING Too Ussm To Motion Ilrlnrra Liberty Dansante G&rdens Penn Gardens, A'ftA- Every Kla-hL 8i5 to UHS. tOOGH L-rne re tAfc r BAt -rese &cKc rXLLTrteuj bricks AMt oLtb cmrLes Ms vay; AMfc. ?OOR LITTLE PERXLX" - rVAt NomikiG "no sax"; duced this year because of the short age in vessels. There Is plenty of ice In Maine and other Eastern States, but getting it to consuming centers Is going to be the problem. Wash ington's big' population roust dtp&JtS to a large extent on local manufac turers and conservation will be ex tremely Important. Data As To CosL Coal dealers report deep interest on the part of Washingtonians In plac ing orders now for next winter's coal. Constant inquiries are being made There Is conflicting information on the subject of shipments so far this spring. The large majority of coaj i dealers assert without question that they are not getting coal as in for-1 mer years, and are unable to begin putting In winter orders. They have barely enough to supply current needs. Some of the dealers report that their deliveries of coal In April! and up to this time for May are not; above 5 per cent of their customary ' deliveries to prudent people who look after their winter supplies far in ad vance. The dealers are complying with he Coal Administration's instructions "by taking orders of customers now, the orders to be cut to two-thirds of the supply claimed to be needed Every one of these orders goes back to the Coal Administration, and is placed on file there. The printed order blanks call attention to the penalties of the law for false statements by persons seeking to secure more than a fair portion of coal. The object of the Coal Adminlstra tion policy is to restrict purchasers to two-thirds of the quantity they hav used in past winters, but the effect i- to lead to misrepresentation and de ception. The man who knows that h cannot get along on lcn than fifteen tons of coal In the winter Is expected to state that this is the amount hr must have At the same tim h knows that the coal dealer Is forbid den to deliver him over two-thirds, en tons It is for his conscience to dr clde whethetiH4 will stretch the fig ures for safeTVn sake AMUSEMENTS P JCai OLE? SHUc-ERT . LAST TIME TONIGHT 'Show of WoDderw ATTRACTIONS rOMORROW STADAT SEATS AOYV UUWAIjU AUDREY MAPLE RRT A 'M FRANK MOUI.AN XJXVlAll AND OTHERS "HER REGIMENT" Mr. Victor rierbert Conducts Sunday Ralaern. Imuhntl wr DCIdSlCU-itat, tcxjjr. . : MctoUM DAMP rJKI.SCO Presents Frances Starr In "OVKH Tlin HILLS" STAnTIVG Sl'MlAY SKATS 'NOW Sclwyn & f o s New Musical I'lay ROGK-A-BYE BABY With ''"BISK IlRKSSI.Kn joiiiv ci Mni:iu.Ar And GlrU from the Garden of the Gods Mats. OTB A cl nEtn- lise OinHN UrseZSo LAST II A V FirtST AATIONAL'S KrFBST Charlie Chaplin ADog', Life Mats. A ADnrai .. 10e WHRULIl Yse TODAY LAST TIMK Mme. Olga Petrova The Light Within G AYETY "Sts 20th Century Maids twin jm Ilarton. ."text Week Men elrk and Ills Bla; auv. Str.ChirleiMtciletter Dally neept Sunday. 10 a. m and I 30 n rn Round trip COc Admlaalon to Grounds and Uanslon 3c 40MILERIVERTRIP Sunday, May 12. al 2:30. rrtnrnlRE; 7 1. M- Mr. t baric. Macalr.lrr pau I H Annal Jtlrundna, Kort loot Kort UaKiunU'in Fori 'llunt. Mount TWi tamp llumplir; IndUn Head Muilc on tramrr IUiund trip c !"" """ Jlr.ChiriexMtealetter I GOV, LOOP. tM LOIljgTeSS Did Yesterday The Question of Imposing More War Taxes Before or After Elec tionA Supreme Test for Congressional Loyalty, Illustrated Historically The House Talks Hard Against an Administration Bill m Spite of Another Letter From the President Suffrage in the Senate Republicans Announce They Are Converted to the Extent of the Necessary Two-thirds Southern Democrats Hold ing Back District of Columbia Affairs Aeroplane Finances. Uses for Peat Aged Veterans, Young Widows, and Pensions to the Third and Fourth Generations. By W. V. To understand the exact meaning of the patriotic ceremony of "hari kari" as a supreme test of loyalty, a slight suggestion of history is necessary. The beginning of the nresent era of vast and imperial ex pansion was represented between 1850 and 1860 by Stephen A. Doug las, of Illinois, who hoped to oe President, if he could hold the "solid South" and avoid the slavery issue in the North. As he invented "aiamfest Destiny" to take the place of the slavery issue, we were to boL'in annexing anything we liked that it was our destiny w take awav from its inhabitants after "pacifying" them for the pur pose of sharing our American ud erties with them. As this patriotic idea radiated in many directions (it is still radiating). Commodore Perry, after inducing the Mikado to open Japan, found hari-kari a mat ter of routine observance among all gentlemen of the rank of "damios," who were "court-suitable" and en titled to wear two swords. These gentlemanly weapons were kept ground to a razor edge, ready for immediate use as a test of loyalty. On receipt of a polite request from the Mikado to relieve Japanese poli tics of the world of his highly hon orable participation, a Japanese gentleman of the two-sword rank invariably performed the ceremony of hari-kari on himself with one or both of the swords. The operation itself, while too distressing to our nerves for detailed description, was followed by almost instant death the political death the Mikado had requested being necessarily included. Except in the matter of loyalty, we differ at the Capitol in most respects from the antique Japanese gentleman with two swords. But as many of us may relieve politics of our honorable participation, we spent the day yesterday in agreeing with Mr. Kitchin that if AMUSEMENTS NATIONAL TOViT,;.8"55 THREE WISE MEN A Plr by Antln Strong STAItTI-NfJ TOMORROW MKIIT. Bl Y HKATS TlIAY The Grrateftt Muilcal Fhow on Karth. THE GEO. M. COHAN REV U E With MlltA I1A-JKS and Original N Y ComtjaJiy of 12S. B.F. KEITHS!5 DAILY i:!I SUN J.?S HOL'YS hViVs" "SuCCeSS"-Star BESSIE McCOY DAVIS uVTrV.. "SUBMARINE F-7" Prank (rumll. l.luhtnrr. nnd Alci. aartcr. Mr Olbfr mllf lllta. LOEWS COLUMBIA (.otMinuoiM 10 M A M to It P M Mom Aft lc IV Nlchti JOc 1-c. Sc Ml I'l.AIINfi SESSUE HAYAKAWA In 'The White Man's Law" HIS CLASSKrVTGS ALL. TaeHBLt AUfc, stti)Rh UJ.TU FRAGHT, -ftJSf , Jmjslf ""nnnSssnnnBnfinnavosJ Mill AsBmmwfi """ BHa'mslmsBV' 'mmW LVOMEL Fierce" OF- HVS H3HT, As HORtto&s Kefe, fceASie, Tttfcjee AVsLes to -the RvGcl BYABS. Mr. McAdoo insists on passing a new revenue bill' Before adjourn ment, we will be rendv fnr iho on. preme test. Of course, no one knows better taan becretiry McAdoo that it will be a supreme test to demand, just be fore the November election, that our constituents shall focus their atten tion not on our demotion in prompt ly appropriating unheard of biljions, but on their own lmmedate respon-sbllltj- for "putting up" the money. Now, after various disturbing rumors during the week, it develop ed yesterday that Secretary McAdoo Is engaged in making up his mind that Congress ought to remain in session until It can And means of providing revenue which means real money to meet thn expense of the new fifteen billion dollar program of the Secretary of War, and the other new programs, measured in billions, vhlch are calculated to si lence the "For God Sake, Hurry." Armageddcnlsts On apparently reliable Information of what 's going on in Mr McAdoo's mind, Mr. Kitchin said. "If Mr. Mc Adoo shows the Wajs and Means Committee that there is an absolute necessity for a revenue bill this ses sion, the committee will take pleas ure in framing and passing the bill." This Is, indeed, the bupremo test of loyalty. But obsene that the com mittee expects to be SHOWN. Without showing on the surface how deeply disturbed it ias by this development, and without regard to it, the House spent the whole day in trying to find some way out of pass ing the Administration bill for man ufacturing cotton duck for war pur poses in the rederal prison at At lanta. As remarked already, the House will not pass this bill if it can help it. It is not & Presidential bill, or a McAdoo bill, but merely a Department of Justice bill, with an incidental demand from the War Department. A remarkable feature of the day was the co-ordination of Massachusetts and South Carolina in opposition. Mr. Lever, the South Carolina champion of the Adminis tration on the floor, revolted. He said that it was a false pretense to call the bill a war measure, when, as a matter of fact, it was an old scheme, revived, as too many others had been, under the pretense that they were necessary to win the war. The cotton manufacturing States, in cluding, of course, both the Caro linas, are against the bill. Cotton planters would rather have convicts raising cotton "in salubrious sun shine" than subjected to an increase of tuberculosis in foul air at a loom; and Congressmen with labor constit- uente know what it means, to try to I explain a vote lor convict-made goods of any kind. In short, if the Administration can "put over" the ADVERTISEMENT ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE DOES IT When your fhoa pinch or wir rorna and bunions aen so that vou an tlml all nvpr Kl Allen n Foot Kate the antl-ptlr pw'der ' to be ahaken Into lb. phoes and sprlnkll in the foolhath It mil take the ilnu nut of coma and bunlmia and i.lve inrtant relief io hmarttnr. Achlnc hnoll-n T n.ler fe. t Over KM package, are l-lr,a ue,l h tie American Drttuh and French troop Sold I everywhere, ac, Doo t ;,( any Wbtltut. ' MOUJ, efeCWAl MLb WAS A S.ISSC FOR fWMfc, He LooKeb, nvce a. wak." LITTLE FISH M MSPAlR, ' WHILE pCfeClvJAL MlLb 5-rrie teAb OF HIS THRK, ANJfc HA,es "tVre tilrieCTORS A-L VOlGG LE AKit SQUIRM. bill, it will be, indeed, a triumph. By way oi preparation lor the worst, Mr. Johnson of Washington wanted to know in advance if anybody had another letter from thcliesidentin ,h!s pocket In spite of ttH. attempts to hold the letter for -close quarters, it was finally located in Mr. Webb's pocket, and read. But, although the President said that the passage of tne Din was urgently needed, he did not say it was needed to win the war, and the House talked on until adjournment, without getting past the second section. Senator Jones of New M.exIco-jre sided with great dignity over the probable obsequies of woman suf frage during the present session. When be admitted that he did not have votes enough to force the sub mission of the amendment. Senator Curtis of Kansas informed the Sen ate that there was a two-thirds ma jority of Republicans ready to act With only Ieven Republicans op posed, and one doubtful, Mr. Curtis f announced thirty-two Republicans ready to vote aye as soon as the Democrats were ready to go on rec ord. The opponents of the amend ment took up considerable time in arguing that the vote ought to take place at once, but they were finally made to understand that it will oc cur only when there is a certainty that they will be voted down by the necessary two-thirds. The Senate spent most of the day on the District of Columbia "Rent dmlnistrator" bill. Reed of Mis souri, who regards all "administra tors or "directors as possible Hoovers, made an earnest and sus tained attack on the bill merely on the ground that it Is unconstitutional. o seriom attempt was made to re fute this, but the Constitution not hcin'4 supposed to interfere with 'war mearurcs," the amendment of the bill to reduce It to a war basis as discussed until time for ad journment Senator Thomas submitted for the Concessional Record the balance sheet of aeroplane operations up to April l. witn tne total appropriation given at $640,00(1,000. It reported "orders and authorizations," fixed nrtrf ami cost nl us contracts, total ling $C30,01S,000, of which $331.- S3S.00O were reported as cost plus Senator Jones of Washington submitted a letter from the owners of the Alabama apartment house, ..:.t..itnn tlinmcplvna nreninaf trtn charge of "profiteering" at the ex pense of their tenants, accompanied by another letter charging that among their tenants some had been pronteenng at me rate oi iuo per .unt "nrtrl tin" nt thn itmrnen nf newcomers, including soldiers. The country has immense unused peat beds, never liekly to be used for fuel while coal is plentiful. But Congressman Gallivan of Massa chusetts, has what is probably a well-founded theory that they might be used for producing gas. nitrogen, oils ard tar, if not fuel. Under his bill introduced yesterday, the Sec retary of the Interior would be au thorized to expend $100,000 in test ing possibilities, which, if we knew enough to realize them, might de velop hundreds of millions. Secretary Lane submitted supple mentary estimates of $25,000,000 for next year's pensions yesterday in addition to previous estimates of $157,000,000. He explained that this was made necessary by recent legis lation, witnout committing him self at all, he supplied the figures to demonstrate that pensioned vet erans may marry and leave young and pensionable widows faster than they die of old age. Under the precedents of the Revo lution, wo may be paying "widow's pensions" on the present war dur ing the twenty-first centurv And it ccm now that some of the most eminently superior people in Amrr ica are cor wed that rebelling! against our "Mother Country" was I the worst mistake in American his ' tory. IF YOU KNOW ANY OF THESE SOLDIER BOYS PHONE THE. TiMES;iviAIN5260,BRA - The Hat together with the ad dresses of th next of kin, follows: KILLBD IN ACTIO!. Llrat. Adrian C Bdwards, Car- rollton. III XJrat. Walter CeU Flato, Hew "Vork. Ju "V- .:- . Serjrj. 1VtllhsBjJ.Ta7- Alto, 'Scotland. " ' Corp. Alex Frnsler, Blerlna. Kr. Private Charles Heekelraan, Ilead- Uk. Pa. PrlTnte William Johnson, Hearer, Mo. rrirate Bee Stewart. Asaherst- dale, W. Vs. Private David V. Wllaon, 0pp. Ala. DIED OP WOUXDJ. Corp .Jack IvUnan. Jitn. Tok. x. . Hosier Howard G. Parker, Provt dence. It I. Private Edward n. Uonahan, Sioux City. Iowa. Private 'William J. Hamilton, De catur, III. DIED OP DISEASE. Private ?athanlel Godson. Bl all ton. S. C. Private aien noekenherry, Dan ville, in. Private Clair T. Newell. Man cheater. Conn. Private John SV Tloblnaon, Pearl River. I.a. DIED OP ACCIDENT. Private John OsndotoaU, Iowen, Mass. IVasconer 'WllUan. P. Small, Alls ton. Mass. PrlTnte Holland Ham, Glene Mills. X. V. Corp. Arthur P. tutterbaen. Chi cago, III. Private Garnett XV. Drawn. Schen ectady. X. Y. Private John T. Keltonle, Plants vlllr. Conn. Private VWninra James Toomey. Metbuen. Slosa. DIED OP OTHER CAUSES. I.I en t. Alton P. Wood. Boston. Mass. Corp. Charlie Cummins, Green Tllle, Pa. Privntr Aldat J. I.anelcy, Gran Iteillle, Maim. VtOrMlEII SEVERELY. Corp. Homer K. Brers. Jackson, Ohio. ook Edjrnr J. llersojc. Johnstown, Pa. Privnte Clyde I.. Grimm, Chicago, 111. Private Edward I Klint. Darn, port, Iowa. ViOU.MEI SI.IGHTI.T. Cot. Georse E. Leach. .Minneapolis. Minn. Lieut. Mortlmore L. Stetnhardt, Hew York. Y. Corp. James Aitnew, Bridgeport, Conn. Corp. Frank J. Downinn-, Dan ville. III. Walter Monk, Xrrr nrunswfek. N J. Elwood Taylor, theater. Pa. Mechanic Ojidrn It. Klllott, Paris. III. Private Donald '- Abbott, East Cleveland, Ohio. 1'rUnte iyleater Armatrona. Wlnneapolla. Me. Prii ate llrmmle Atklnaon, Den mark, Ore. Prltate Georce Black. Yillllaton, N. II. Privnte Kilmer II. Ilrown. Wash ington Courthoune, Ohio. Frit ate Howard J. Carlln, Flab back, Pa. Privnte Charles L. Carson. CoMey vllle, Kan. Private Homer M. Cosper, Spring; Green, Wis. Privnte John P. Crlaa, Cora City, nt Private Hurry . Fnhr, Lebanon, Pn. Privnte ErneM O. Toss. Pueblo, Colo. Private Leonard W. Foyc. Rut land. A t. Private V alter Griffith. IIKchlna, Ky. Privnte Joseph C. Julian. Bethle hem. I'aH Privnte Martin . Keller. Prairie Du Chlrn. W l. Private William J. B. Kodrr. nel- lertovtn. Pit. I'rlvnle Morrli l-oeUett. Brooklyn. Private Joe . Ilullln, t.rcenOelJ, Tenn. Privnte t Inude l. Mjers. Bronn- Inc. Mo. Private Mcelal V. Uon. Grants- -.SmmmmssBsmmmmmmmm Jn "" L-smmmsA'fismJ n jySKXvlB J iii mmmmmmmmmlwsMMfc glP3HMflK!f0mmmmmmlmMBB& "IfSgp 9fimmmmmmmmmmmmmmW vWKTTKMny''Vy f3&i S'mW&"2rmlP''Mml m1mmm)mtammtmi burs, Wis. Private Harry E. ITbwe, Green- vlllo, Ohio. Private Edward C. St. Jean, Han. cheater, X. II. Private Kurt Sehoenaa. Growms- berr, Germany. Prirate Emmett Self, Mt. SferUn-. Ohio. Prirate Floyd William Spencer, Goets-vltle. Mich. Private Robert E. Stephens, Cal houn, Ga. Private Charles Wllsey, Ltrlnr- stonevtlle, 3T. X, PRISONERS. Capt. John F. Uardesty, WlaJleld,' Mo. ---- ,i. ,-,1. ; Llenr. William H. Gorthtn. JTew York City.- r "asjioqini o. IJent. Thomas Benjamin ' Kern. Bethlehem. Pa. Lieut. Frank: K. Miller. Madera. Pa. Llent. James E. Qalsley, Adrala. Pa. General Perahlne- vt.Kt,v k- followlnrj casualty Hat to tha 'War Department: KILLED IN ACTIOJT. , . Corporal Stanley J. Shaw, Walk Incford. Conn. Private Davis F. Bryant, nope well. Vs. Private Antonio Clannl, Gemee, Italy. Private E. Hackett. Friday Har bor, Wash. DIED OF WOUNDS. First Lieut. John P. Roaenwald, Minneapolis. Minn. . Serare-aat Charlie O. Fyfc-Xaw-renee, Slaxs. Private Rodney Stlnson. Stsnins ton. Me. Private Joseph Welsh, Greens burs'. Ind. DIED OF DISEASE. Corporal Harry L. Curtism, Straf ford. ST. H. " Serceant Joseph M. Spencer. Tve vada City, CaL Wax-oner Harold Davidson. Clin ton, Mass. Private Fred Baekstrom, Chlcaxo. Private Ltnur Paul Dueote, Cot tonport. La. Private Ltndsey Jones, Rocky Ford. Ga. Private Harry Arthur LlttUeneld. Petersburs. N. Y. Private Everett N. McKcnaey. Corham, Me. William Ross Rosen. Cincinnati. DIED OF ACCIDENT. Serseant Denla Downlns. New York. "A Real Army- to be or not to be?" by George Harvey in North American Review's War Weekly Out Five cents Cadet Clarence 1L. Frye Columbia. Tenn. . . jWOUNDEDSEVEHELT. Serart. William UBnclfJcry, "New- 4 arfc;'.0ipi: V-I 'L.'HT"'--." John Dnsh. MntlccU, lad. Nathan Cnriey, ework. N. T. WTJTre5jfciQrrtveJ.rjt:SJeTUns. Ohio. -,.-.- -.-, Daniel R. Smith. DUUhurs. Fa. Carp. Robert H. Graves, Acker man. ?1V Earl Thomas, Soath CaarlcstOB, Ohio. Private Henry J. Belrose, Frank lin, Mass. Private Edward R. Pta'us. Bey. nolds, Intt - -i S- -- PrlVnfc JotepV C 5eUcnrSoaass, Private Richard P. Janea, Trenton, 111. Private George W. Letehtfaa, Or ange, CaL Prirate James E. Lave, Lanhaas. Md. Privnte William H. Murray, PaV " mer, N. T. Private Dwlsht I- Nre, Posxersy, Wjjjwlln' ,, , a r Privalc Stanley Olaekl. Trtneeton. WU. "' Private Walter C Phillips, Milan. Ga. Private Dean Raines, WUlenall, 111. Nelt. E.. Rrld. penitentiary, Bis marck, X. D. Private Paul Schoaker, Detpaas, ?"i ... . r .:. Capt. Otto J. Kladler, Lanenafrr. Dhtsv yirH $ f Lleut, Wllllajs J. BeUtam; tsareas- ter, Ohio. Sergt. Percy Alexander, Fort.sC La. Sergt. KerU A. Walsh, Indiana polls. Ind. Corp. William R. Bawnera, "Wtmt- vllle, Okla. Musician Earn "W. Estahrook. Msrlboro.-Mass. - ' " Private PstrtckAndcrVae-Walt- InsTHIe.ia7" ."'- PriTate'JamW'a.Jsliiai Jrsons, Tenn." "' Private Paul w; Bradley. -Srt Hills, X. J. " ' " Private Virtus CtrmTn I ngsj Pler- scnriowiC "" " Ohio. Private Augusfds E. Sflewf ft'. 'Kan- ssa city Mo. Private James S. Jenkins Ktst- berly, Ala. Domialcko Luciano, Bridgeport. Conn. Private Lyle F. MePole, Klngsley, Iowa. Private Alex Mlronlk, St. Louis. Mo. PriTate Valter B. MooreJ Schass- berYIHe-.. Wls"s.' . " " Private Carl O. Peterson, ,Prmcr. Masa. ' Private Leonard F. Pulse. Sjkcs. Mont. Private Gilbert Remmr, Kenneth, Minn. A. f the today At all Hewsstands 1 f rL-U