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THE WASHINGTON TDIES: THURSDAY: JTJLY 18? 1918. V .i..H4i tjwjn!'nsm0mmmmirpn IB4AREREP0RTED ON CASUALTY LISTS FROWI WEST FRON T ' Bbctjr-focr American casualties Jkrere announced today. General Pershing reported 57 cas ualties, dlrided as follows? Killed In taction, 14; died of wounds, 10: died "of disease, 6; died of accident and ether causes, 2; wounded severely. 0; wounded silently, 1: missing in (Hctlon, 4. -, The name of Lieut. Quentln Roose- felt has not yet come through In the Official list. Seren marines were named on to Bar's casualty list. Including 3 killed In -action, 1 dead of wounds, and 3 eTerely wounded. The Pershing list, together with the addresses of the next of kin follows: KILLED IN ACTION. SEitcnAjrfs. Carl C Carter. Frrsno, CaL Eadell Miller Lusher, Kansas City. Mo. William F. MeFadden. Great Brad. Kan. "William I Travis. Hot Springs, Ark. PltlVATES. Leon "William Bricnall, Genera. X. T. Boeeo X! Sdascta, Philadelphia. Cnn Fisher, Jfew Tork. Josesk Gallesoa. Talpa. IT. Hex. William C Jackson, Rnshrllle, Ind, Trdo Knblaehl. Tsnopok, Her. Samnrl Elmer Ie, Pittsburgh. John C. Iiorell. Nsrborne, Haw Henry -B. Tyler, Manilas, K. T. Oscar X.J. Ulsfren, Jamestown. ir."r.y DIED OF WOUNDS. COBPORAX. James E. Bltswllson, Cfcsofestatt, S. a PI11VATES. . Vredertelc B. JtumU Tcnmerwraia, W. T. Carl M. Cesrtocw BfHiags. Ms. Jesse B. Emmons, AthIsIthIs. Ta. , Fnl X Flertne, Fart Atkinson. J "Wis. I Charles E. Iiasler, Decatur, Ala. Joseph Haedocca, Plstto. Italy. I Frank K. Snyder, Fairfield, Conn. ( "William Upton. Philadelphia. , Okey Ysngssn. Seirford, W. Ta. . DIED OF DISEASE. COOK. j Scott XTHford, Sumner, Ho. j FBXTATES. 4 Charles E. iAras, Trenton, ?T. J. sVesUe G. Morrow, Panda, Alhcr , ta, Canada. "William O. "Watts, Elsberry, Ho. Frank XL "Weniel, 'Utile Falls, Hlnn. Philip "Whitfield, Salter Depot, t S. C DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND , OTHER CAUSES. CGBPORAX. ' Balph Charles Taylor, St. Fleas ant. Mien. PRIVATE. Herbert Daniel Whalen, Detroit, Mich. SEVERELY WOUNDED SERGEANT. Burll Boyd Brlghtblll. narrla bnrg. Pa. CORPORALS. Staeey E. Baker, Watertowm, jr. r. Richard F. Partridge, Rochester, X. T. PRIVATES. 'William Baron, Lublin, Russia. Robert Big-Thunder, "Wooten- burg, "Wis. James B. Chapman, Tayloirrllle, 2V. C Selsh Darts, JTewark, Jf. J. Darld H. Dunkle, Spring Run, Pa. Sam n. Gardner, Phoenix City, PRIVATE. Frederick V, Goo Id, Roxbnry, Mass. John Lnhelnk, Bsltimorr, lid. Clarence Lyon, Blnffton, Ind. Edwin Emerson Miller, Portage, Pa. Vern Horlaa, Medicine Lodge, Kan. Gay lortoB. Delhi. IT. T. Henry H. Shook, Cherokee, Iowa. Claude D. Shults. Hubbard, Iowa. Pit Slklra, Jounatonn, Pa. Henry Vendlltl, New Castle. Pa. "William Zlelenskl, Getesynlc, Rossis. WOUNDED SLIGHTLY. 0 TOIVATE. Lawrence A. Chambers, Bridge port, Conn. MISSING IN ACTION. PRIVATE. Albert Brook, Princeton, IT. J. Wojelech Cyganewaski. Detroit, Mich. Herman Joseph Riots. Syracuse, N.Y. Hsrry P. Thorpe, Waterbnrr, .Conn. ' PREVIOUSLY REPORTED t MISS ING, NOW REPORTED. IN HOSPITAL. PRIVATE. Alexander Croshle, KatgoorUe, West Australia. Marine Casualties. The marine corps casualty list, to gether with the addresses of the next of kin. follows: KILLED IN ACTION. SERGEANT. Thomas A. St urges, Hew Orleans, La. PRIVATES. Frederick S. Bennett, Worth Bloomfleld. X. 1'. Charles C Hale, HeConnelsrllle, Ohio. Frederick L. Rlebold. Baltimore, Hd. DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ADVERTISEMENT Eren In Chinese yon hear ACTION. PRIVATE. C Walbum, Welston, Alfred Ohio. 6EVERELY WOUNDED IN ACTION CORPORAL. Henry L. Schumacher, Kewark, 111. PRIVATES. Joseph Cnle. Lynn, Mass. Harrey Snlrely, 'Schellburg, Pa. CANADIAN CASUALTIES. OTTAWA, July 18. The following American names appear In today's overseas casualty list: Wounded and gassed It. E. Rlrard, Lansing, Mich. Ill D. Healey, New Tork. "Take Nuxated Iron" As a tonic, strength and blood. builder prooably no remedy bas ercr met wlia sues pnenomenai success as Has Mu sted Iron. It Is eonserratlvely estl- zoaiea xnax over inree nuuion people annually are taking It In this country suone. jx ou oeen nigniy enuorsea ana used by such men as Hon. Leslie M. Ehaw, former Presidential Cabinet oinciai (secretary or tne Treasury), United States Judge Atkinson of the Court of Claims of Washington: Judge Win. L. Chambers, Commissioner of tne umieu states uoara or Mediation and Conciliation, formerly Chief Jus tice of too International Court, Samoa; former United, States Senator and Vice Presidential Nominee Charles A. Towns of Minnesota: former l'. s Senator Richard Holland Kenney of Delaware, at present Assistant Judge Advocate General U. S. Army: General John L. Clem (Retired), the drummer coy oi smion. who was sergeant in the U. S. Army when only twelve years of age: General David Stuart Goraon utetirea). nero or tne battle of Gettysburg; physicians who have been connected with well-known hos pitals have prescribed and recom mended It. Former Health Commis sioner Wm. R. Kerr, of Chicago, says It ought to be in every hospital and prescribed by every physician. Dr. A. J. Newman, lale Police Sur geon of the City of Chicago, and for mer House Surgeon Jefferson Park gospltal. Chicago, says Nuxated Iron ib proven through his own tests of It to excel any preparation he has over used for creitln;? red blood, building up the nerves, strengthening the muscles and correcting digestive disorders. Dr James Francis Sullivan, for merly physician of Bellevue Hospital (Outdoor Dept.), New York, and the "Westchester County Hospital, says there are thousands of men and wom en who need a strength and blood builder but do not know what to take. In his opinion there is nothing better than organic Iron Nuxated Iron for enriching the blood and helping to Increase the strength and endurance of men and women who burn up too rapidly their nervous energy In the strenuous strain of the great business competition of the day. If you are not strong or well, you owe it to yourself to make the fol lowing test: See how long you can work or how far you can walk with- COLORED WOMAN SHOWS GRAHTUDE TO RED CROSS The cum of $32.50. realized from a benefit luncheon given by a colored woman whose husband la In military service, has been donated to the home service section of the American Red Cross, according to Mrs. Walter S. Ufford, executive secretary of the District of Columbia home service sec tion of the American Red Cross. "Tou wire good to me when I was sick, and I want to do something for the others now that I am able," was tlje way this women expressed her de sire to help. "After the woman's hus band volunteered, the extra work caused a complete breakdown," said Mrs Ufford, "and tuberculosis .devel oped. Treated in the early stages, she rapidly Improved, and determined to help the Red Cross. This Is the second contribution that she has given to us as proceeds from benefit lunch eons that she has conducted. She has also given a contribution for the sol diers tobacco fund. FUGITIVE "HAPPY HARRF GOES BACK TO LORTON Henry Robblns, colored, alias "Happy Harry," who escaped two weeks ago from the District Reformatory at Lojt ton, a-, was brought here today by De tective Sergt. Richard H. Beckeley. He was captured at Baltimore. Robblns was serving a five-year sentence for stealing automobile tires. The escape two weeks aro la Om sh ond in which Robblns has figured. In aiarcn. wnlle being taken In tho lall van from the District courthouse to tho prison. Robblns and two other w V . -i .i-iT Vi . T ." r Pnson. iioDDins and two other Siree times per day After meals for r?nn2 SJ vraI yu later In a two weeks. Then test your trencth!h"Re in Culllnane alley- two weeks. Then test your Mrencth aeaJn and e how much you have rained. KannfmctnreT' Xote. Ktxxattd Iron, MrfeJcb has bn usd br former members of the UnltM Staf-s Snt and House of .Represent tires ana other prominent peo 61 with rach sarprlslnr results, and which i prescribed and recommended abore by pbysiclana. Is not a secret remedy, but one wniea u wen-Known to am runts every where. Unlike the older fnorcanlc iron products, it Is easily assimilated, does not injure xne teetn, maxe mem disck nor vj' set the stomach. The manufacturers ruar- ante successful and entirely satisfactory results to every purchaser or thy will re fund your money It Is dispensed In this Bty ny j arses troonneirs rur Ftoree, .People's Drue Stores, and other drurrlsta. He was given a SDeedy trial aha ... tenccd to tho reformatory. THREE CHIEF BANK EXAMINERS APPOINTED The comptroller of the currency to day announced the appointment of chief national bank examiners In three Federal reserve districts, to fill vacancies. The appointments were: Daniel, C. Mulloney, Maine, chief ex aminer. First district; Fred Brown, Colorado, chief examiner. Ninth dls- incu ana nailer K. Wllrn-r v.-... chief examiner. Twelfth district. GOVT. LUMBER DEPOT ERECTED IN VIRGINIA A Government rnniitrttptinn i,tck depot with a vearlv ttimnv,. e ra 000.000 to 60.000.000 feet, effecting a'n eumaioa ;uo.uuu annual saving on emergency calls has been, establish- 1 - Store Closed All Day Saturday Lansburgh & Btib. Do your shopping omorrow. And we also wish to warn you that tomorrow is the last day of the July Clearance- Sale; - The specials mentioned beloVOire extraordinary to make a whirlwind finish for this summer sale. Editorial Notice how straight the AMERICANS of Washington are walking these days and what a self-satisfied smile dec orates their faces? How can they help it? With every paper full of the valor of out boys over there and with the French and English shouting praise for Yanks from every hilltop, is it any wonder we are getting a little "swelled up?" But let's not let our pride get the better of our common sense. We've"got work to do over here that those glorious soldiers of ours may win sew laurels. Letf t hitch our belts a notch tighter for the work we must accomplish and dig down a lit tle deeper in our pockets to buy War Savings Stamps and in other ways help the war to a speedy and victorious end. UUct -f Home and Lawn Needs Extra Special ,$L O SilS & 3 & ' ft ll m M rt V Cretotme Remnants atMc Yard M i? isi Seconds of Valatt to 79c Yard 7 i Fine ren cretonnes, in new ndtCity effects, new cretonjies in dark or light floral designs. Plern 0f lengths to match up for slip covers, draperies, etc. Curtain Scrim at, Yard, 36 inches wide and finished with open-woiV- ed border on either side. Cut off full pieces ax, M less than remnant price. White only. T 9x12 Grass and Fiber Up to $15.00 Rags, $9.95 The Grass Rugs are perfect qual ity green, blue or brown rugs, fin ished with stenciled key borders. The fiber rugs are factory seconds of $15.00 basket weave fiber rugs of an extra heavy quality, finished with neat stenciled borders. x Fiber Rugs, 89c The price should be $1.50, as these are such fine qualities. At tractive colors and designs suitable for any room.. n .i jr Outing 9Q Suit Case GDK 12-inch size, covered with white matting. Has snaps and metal handle. Inside neatly lined. Leatherette Cushion at. 14xl4-mch Cushions. with heavy quality black leather ette and filled with sanitary cotton. 1 v. rm r 65c p, coveredv' M " Georgette Crepe Hats Trimmed With Ostrich at $5.75 Three of this beautiful summer millinery exactly illustrated above. The shapes are mostly large, although there are As shown in the illustration, the ostrich is used a few smaller ones for the women who prefer them, in a variety of different manners. Sometimes ifs The finest of georgette is used in making these a band, other times it is an entire crown of ostrich, hats, and they come in flesh, white, and delicate You never had a chance to buy prettier or more colorings. second Floor. Lansbnrsh & Bro. attractive hats at this low price of $5.75. S-I-L4C-S 36-inch White and Flesh $1.59 Washable Satin, $1.39 36-inch white and flesh colored washable satin in a rich, lustrous quality, with close satin face. Used extensively for wash skirts and undergarments. 36-in. $1.85 Black CI CO Chiffon T&ffeta...pl.dl7 Chiffon taffeta, with a soft natural finish, in a rich crow black. Will give satisfac tory wear. $2.19 40-in. $2.50 Black Crepe Meteor. Crepe meteor in a sum mer weight, with an extra fine finish. Very desirable this season. 40-inch Snow White $2.25 Washable Satin, $1.89 That shimmery, clingy, all-silk material which women and girls are so fond of for both waists and skirts. Extra Special at $1.89. Third Floor. Lansburgh & Bro. $3.00, $2.50, and $1.89 Silk andWoolPoplin at 98c Yard In truth, this is a remnant lot, otherwise such a tremendous re duction would be out of the question. The warp is silk. The filling pure Australian wooL These poplins are full 40 inches wide. They are ends left in the wake of a busy season's selling. Lengths 2-3 to 4 yards. Col ors are white, lavender, baby blue, navy blue, helio, gray, tan, mahogany, grape and Alice blue. These remnants are offered to you at less than whole sale cost for a quick clearance. Third Floor. Lansburgh & Bro. The Prettier Kind of Undermuslins Desired By All Women of Refinement. Low Prices Make Them Possible for Everybody. Night Robes, made of good qual ity nainsook, with yokes, pret tily trimmed with dainty laces and fine embriodery. Special (M QC White petticoats made of good quality cambric with lace and em broidery trimmed ruffles. (M CA White Petticoats made of long doth, with deep embroidery ruf fles, headed with beading (1JO QC and ribbon. At J-is7J White Petticoats with double pan el back and front, trimmed with fine embroidery. At $1.50 and $1.95 Petticoats made of fine quality white sateen with clastic waist band. $U5, $1.50 and $1.95 Petticoats of wash silk, in white or flesh, with deep flounces trimmed with a cluster of tucks. (JJO CA Have double panels. At..PJJ Complete line of extra sires al ways in stock. Third. Floor. Lansburch & Bra. Envelope Chemises, made of fina quality crepe de chine, with dainty lace trimmed yokes. Spe- (JO QC cial at J)js0 Envelope Chemise, made of fine quality nainsook, with yokes prettily trimmed with fine laces and em broidery. $1.50 and $1.95 Billie Burke Pajamas of flesh colored batiste, lace trimmed and hemstitched. At $1.95 and $2.95 Bloomers of Witchery crepe, in flesh color, trimmed with lace. At- $1.00 and $1.50 Night Robes of lingerie cloth or fine nainsook, with yokes and sleeves trimmed with lace and em broidery. At $1.50 and $1.95 $5.75 Metal Frame Lawn Benclv Special $4.45 Choice of green or red painted 4-foot bench, with slats, bolted to" black enamel steel frame. Outing Hammocks, $1.65 Khaki drill hammocks packed- in a small bag that can be easily carried makes a package about 8 inches square. Strongly made. Could not be- duplicated today to sell for less than $2.50. V f We Announce With Pleasure That We Have Been Selected Exclusive Washington Repre sentatives for -n. Crearions in Costama and Dresses Featuring models of individuality at from $25.00 to S125.00 At a near future date we tbuI hold an opening display and sale of this very ex traordinary exhibition of dressmaker's art Second Floor TJnirftargn. & Bro. Mme. Pfiel Corsets Are Constant ly Gaining New and Enthusiastic Wearers The only corset on the market made with a tongue down the front under the steel snaps and will pre vent tearing of underwear and pinching of the flesh. Aside from their comfort quali ties, Mme. Pfiel corsets are wonder ful in their style lines. Small women, medium sized wo- fjjMjmen and stout women are enthusi- aiit. auuiu uic iiiuucis wiai nave been designed especially for them. We've a completd stock of Mme. Pfiel corsets from $3.00 to $7.50. Third Floor, Lansburgh & Bro. sss HrtEr Jl Elf A r llM.lf 'ilIlHf '((till Hil iftlllf I Wy: il 1 1 M El II Jpf' " l Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M; Close 6 P. M. 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