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THE VTASfflNGTOET TMES? FRIDAY? TOEY 25? 1918.
s HAND OF GERMANY Si EEN N BOLSHEV K BLOW AT ENTENTE ' Th Russian Bohshevlkl Bovern taent has thrown a new wrench Into the machinery planned for the re fcabUatlon oX the Russian Republic -by Its declaration that It will "take counter measures" against landing .or the allied forces on the Human coast. Any such measures must be warlike. That Crcrmanr Is responsible for this latest development is known ' here. 'Whether the German Influ ences which now are in control of Russia's government at Moscow will be able to force a direct attack on the allied forces ,1s a question. Meanwhile the latest developments have resorted In renewed exchanges between the allied governments and the United States. It is accepted that the forces now on the Mnrroan sector can take care of themselves. President Wilson still dominates the situation. Whatever reply Is to be -made to the Bolshevik represen tations will come through him. New War Work For Ex-Ambassador n&xn Dollars and Determination spell Doom for the Kaiser buy War Sav ings Stamps. Better to have War Savings Stamps la your safe than the bloodstained hand of the Kaiser's horde at your throat. ortrrt WE'VE GOT PERSHING'S RECORD I Ask to Hear It JORDAN'S .iHlIliliPiH IllKlMllllllfl sllllllHlwl!StrpH sassssssssEsfPP" HsPisasaM bbSbbbbhbsbbswsbsbbbbbbbI HsWfi -0bHB SSSSSSSSSSSjw &--Sfi SBBSSSBBBBBSf HBS&Mf&B i COgXWSMT HA1SI1 1 jrwMM,fm MTRON T. HERR1CK. Former Governor of Ohio and former American Ambassador to Prance, who has been actively engaged ever since the war start ed In one form or another of helpful service, has taken up a now patriotic duty. On account of the growing needs of the War Camp Community Service and Its demand for a larger budget during the coming year. Govern or Herrlck has been made chair man of the National Finance Committee of this Service. Gov ernor Herrlck declares 'every other business comes second to the winning of the war. ?w.Cj AT 13th St? QUITS RACE FOR CONGRESS. SAN ANTONIO. Tex. July 28. James I Slayden. for the last twen- two years representative In Congress for the Fourteenth district, has with drawn his name from renomlnatlon because of a letter sent by President Wilson, in which the latter reflects on Slaydens support of the Adminis tration In the war. Slayden support ed the jiclemore resolution to warn Americans to keep off ships carry ing contraband of war. 'KXrMXDU.' PtttMJtTTt PLA.-9Bt PtAttOf 111 Iff OOCOKS SJBtTffl! O-J-iJEMIJ LL&GO Wasfiintoa-s ABOUAN HAliTwelfifi-and G Street Steinwagaaa WcbcrJPiatiolAH JHe Aeoianttcaofp. A Complete Line of Columbia Records and Grafonolas r 1 TKeHeehi Gk Seventh St. between E and F The Home . oraronoia of the L AND Edison Phonographs The Pershing Record Is Here. I L J Hecht A . Phonograph Shop Second Floor. il a meST0REorGRAT'wcE: T A20430Scx)czdkSLjrhTQiuh.l(Ei&hth SL Grafonolas and Records 98 ARE REPORTED ON CASUALTY LIS I FRO M PERSHING Ninety-eight casualties listed by General Pershing today Included: Killed in action. 21; died of wounds, 4; died of disease, 6; wounded se verely, CO; missing in action, 6; pris oner, 1. The list, together with the ad dresses of the next of kin. follows: KILLED. IN ACTION.' conroiiALS. Walter Jordan. Danville. Vt. ljojnl A. Osborne, Irviagton, W.J. Earle Warjlell. Beverly, 91m. Joseph Worthy, Lowell, Mass. MECIIAJYICI.A-S. Samnel J. Whlttaker, Fall River, Maw. PRIVATES. Leon E. Abbott, Swanrpseott, Mass. Elmer l Ilsslnger, Tattle, Okls. Carl napanovleh, Cabrtn. Russia. Frank A. Ilarrlngtan. Hethnea. Mass, Charles MeDanlel, Darnell, Bo. Earl O. MeGrath, Lakeport, X. H. Fete Marebn, Kay 523, Russia, Joseph Meastaa, Kankakee, in. William J. Metseni Howard, in. Foster I RXSenburg, Horth Adams, Mass. Joseph Scbnts, Worth Detrett, Mich. Hearll Smith. Fan Leaf. Kaa. Frank E. Snyder, Hotyoke, Haas. Oris E. Soper. West SemervUle, Mass. Harry Sprits, Tawrenee, Mass. Seamon O. WUbBT, Wnsllnflile, Mass, DIED OF WOUNDS.. BERGEA1TT. John A. Peterson. Snndsvan, Swe den. CORPORAL. IOdy C Tamils Fenstata Inn. S. C. PRIVATES. Thomas Clandle, Morsng Rlsal, P.I. Joseph A. UrbansW, TTDes. TIL DIED OF DISEASE. PRIVATES. Itfehsrd C Becker, Cohasset,Ksss. WRI Bowdln, Magan, IT. C Enos D. Iewta, Winiamshnrg, Vs. Forney S. Rupert. Bradford. Pa. Fred Teacbenor, Shelblna. Ha Jesse Williams, Lambkin. Ga. 8EVERELY WOUNDED SERGEAirrS. ' James A. King, Chicago. DX Albert John Piper, Chicago, TIL James D. Ralph, If ewborgh, IT. T. James Waalen, Reading. Fa. CORPORALS Herman Greeder, Elahsrn. Wis. I Andrew Pasamenosj Cedar Rapids, lows. James J, Robert, ItonittrUle, He. Harry W. Washburn. Jr., Spring- fleM, Mass. tester o. Whltson, Chicago, in. Alfred Williams, Strawberry, Kyi BUGLER. Robert Doseher, Worth Chicago, III. PRIVATES. Frank C Bailey, Alta Lobs, Tex. James Bloomrnthsl, Harrisbsrg. Pa. Ray L. Bmbaker, Frecport. HL John F. Carter, Birmingham. Ala. Clifford Conway, Saleaa, Ala. Joseph L. ConUard. Preaone Isle, Me. Theodore J. Crosby. Indianapolis, In d. Richard Peopcre. East Molina, HL Donate Dl Dealderio, MeKee Rocks, Pa. Frank J. Downing. Chicago. HL Albert G. Ernst, h'crw Dooglas. DX Paul C. Frecberg. St. dead, Minn. . Elmer Golnes, Olmsted, HL Jessie Coins, Bassett, Arlc John Grlena, Standard, 111. Walter J. Grsela, Chicago, HL Howard W. Hartley, Muncle, Ind. 'William M. Johnson, Oak Ridge, Pa. Thomas Jones, Philadelphia, Pa, John J. King, Chester, Pa. Charles P. Kldahample, Pttts- borgh. Fa. Alexander A. Koslowskl, Chicago. UL Charles E. Kreld, Golden EagSa. nL Albln B. Lundberg, rhleago, HL Albert A. Lykens, Chester, Fa. Epbralm H. McCnalsky, Bnekhaa- non. W. Va, William T. Mrer, Ambt Vensn- hove, Holland. Samnel Welson, Roxbury, Mass. George E. Wunn, Colchester, TIL Jmm D. Oliver, Plttsbargh, Pa, Willis E. Page, SparksvlUe, Ky. Oswald O. Palmer, Tlosa, Ind. Lucas M. Parrs, Phoenix, Aria. Wintam Patxka. Chinks, f George Pears, Erwood, in. George II. Plate, Chicago, UL Anthony Ptak. Chicago, HL Eugene C Roll, Clssna Park. HL James E. Sanns, Rochester, Ind. Albert K. Saylqr, Monessen, Pa. William E. Sllch. St. Loots, Mo. Pletro Sottlle, Brooklyn, 1C T. Raymond W. Sperry, St. Louis, Mo. Earl J. Stauffer, Steward, HL John Storm, Troy, Iud. Jerry D. Sullivan, Pottstovrn, Pa. Michael Vanish. Pottstown, Pa. Robert Vanghn, The Rock. Ga. Herbert F. Waschbusch, Chicago, HL MISSING IN ACTION, ' PRTVATES. John G. Amory, h'ew Tork, 7T. T. Bayard C. Uellart. Richland Cen ter, Wis. Russell Caldwell Harrison, Lafa yette, Ind. James Regan, Jollet, HL Mahlsn R. linger, Lafayette, lad. Charles U. Wright, Toledo, Ohio. PRISONER. CORPORAL. Royal J. Lacourclere, Merldea. Conn. PREVIOUSLY REPORTED MISS ING, NOW RETURNED TO DUTY. PRIVATE. Joseph Slack, Springfield, HL Agents for r Aeolian Vocation We Have the Pershing Record Agents for Aeolian Vocation In 1923 there'll be Just two kinds of people. Those who DID Invest their savings In War Savings Stamps. aad those wbo DIDN'T. To which class are YOU going to bslongf CTMSW PERSHING own voice speaks to yor from the M'V battlefields of France jfff 5915 jJSllliVT J BfrrrKBBSiBV sttBnBnBnBnslPBslBnHlBHB 13 EcSsSiSnSnSnSnSnSnBjjIjfVjJj W I j2K9B 1 i M Mf VVStfSnl ' "S "" ssssS. . "hk- T - i II " " VttsnM r" , ' r- : The most remarkable Phonograph Record ever made General Pershing's inspire ing message on one side; Ambassador Gerard's addressloyalty" on the other It "O his own ringing- voice, tells -what true loyalty. He talkyforfonrmimiiesuflnfTHas To hear them, long years-after'th&'wai; will bdog again to your heart the- snrge-and fbri&'atJQxac 90nbcrfnLdays. This historic record of the voices -ofRsrtMhfc and Gerard is the first of aserfes ofrecordBhy-tne world's great leaders to be issned bythe JSafiao& Forum as a weekly service. Each is a graphic, intimate bit of history in the Jiving voice of the nSTORY on a phonograph record! At the height of the great offensive in Picardy, while two million Germans snrered toward Amiens and the Allies fought desperately to hold the lines, General Pershing sent his own voice across the water to America. At American Head quarters in France, this grim, iron-gray man spoke with crisp, soldierly brevity, into the horn of a recording instrument a message to the mothers, wives, fathers, children of the men who are fight ing there with him on the shell-torn fields of France. . Is there a home in all this great land that will not want to listen to the voice of our boys' commander? A fac-simile of General Pershing's famous signature appears on every one of these records. 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