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THE WASH1AUTOS TIMES, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1918.
Latest Casualty List From Oversea Forces J KILLED IN ACTION. CAPTAINS. PlL. Scranton. John Henry Bellamy. WJ Va.. Elklns. Hoddle Wilbur Dan iels. 2 lietjtexaivts. Get. Atlanta, Hnrry AnCTtui Ijlrorger. Mass.. Qulncy, r"rederlcl M. Atwood. Si-T, ew York. Jimn S. D. Burns. SERGEANT. Conn., Brlatol, Carl S. tarlson. Conn, Xew Harm. Michael Capplrllo. j corporal. Caaada, Toronto. Ernest A. DeOoerrr. Mich., Detroit, Manlry Moroilk. Monk. Townsrnd, Jark Ptlmer. N.iH, Manchester, William F. Foun tain. Yai Slarlngo, Morris L. Payne. $ pri ates. CaL, Taylorsvllle. Wlllard Toby. Cat, Los Alamos. Manuel J. Pico. CtB. fit XT listen. I.uIkI Cerulo. II U Chicago, Edward Kllmowecs. Jnt- Indlannpolls, Horace W. Gosaett. Iowa, Charles City, Louis E. Koeb- rlck. Iowa. Whlttemore. Drrt W Seeley. Jt. Watervllle, Edward W. Matthew. Hi West Brewster, Herbert A. Cahoon. Minn.. Triumph, Xrls S. Olson. 11 Ion.. Erie, Frlek Seierson. Mb, Blllo. Ilalph D. Palmer. JT. J, Halnaport, Stacy J. Tine. X. 'Y, Brooklyn. Thorn an Ilnrley. Pf.T., Medina. Walter Mattlg. JY.'T., Brooklyn, James A. O'Hare. If. j).. Croaby, Charles Larson. Paw Dlckaon, Walter Grobowskl. Psu. Eaatoa, Stewart E. Buck. T Bogata. John A. Pirtle. Utah, Mapleton, Ilyrum A. Terry. Vni, Petersburg, Robert Blaeker. TeX., Brownsville, Luciano Blllsnuesa. Iswa, Osage, Henry S. Campbell. II. J., Provldrace, Adolph Cooluek. Kan Barnes, John Doerr. Mich., Turner. Oliver Hall. Wk, Snohomlab, Jobn Hawks. OHu, Portland, Herman J. Kolkana. Mies., Detroit. Joseph B. Llbertas. Moss Boston, John Msvtob. Italy, Sooth Poritl, Jlnllo MerUnL Italy, Campoll Appemmerlo, Caatorta, Kleolis Pagnanl. Mont, Kallapell, Elmer L. Parker. Conn- Tirrr Britain, William Conrad Sehltlger. Italy, Genon, James Selr. Mleb, Wilbur, Ernest G. Shrnnnn. Orel, Portland, Fred 31. Tomllnson. Pa Philadelphia, Frank Peter Glenn. W.SVa Keenan, Clifford C. GloTer. Pai Emans, Russell S. Moore. Illj Chicago, Ralph Orpen. Mlh, Delrlght. Xlek T. Tasson. Mats, Fltehburg. Benedlk Wlcha. DIED OF WOUNDS. i 11EBTEXAXTS. Fa PJttston, Harry C, Hill. Wis, Rhlnelander, Harry W. Fraelon. 'Wis, Madison, Stephen O. Brlghazn. CORPORALS, lovra, Davenport, John II. Johannsen. Mo St. Louis, Lester Maearthy, Pa, Pittsburgh. Robert Race. PRIVATES. CaL, Stoeklaad. Vaughn Keller. Gai Mllledgevllle, Jamea Franklin Little, losva, Dnbuqne. Howard S. Thomas. Kr, Harlan. Clark Hall. Ky Danrllle, Tllden Parks. Md, Silver Spring, Pan! L. Hun. Mass Chleopee, MacaeeJ KowalskL Mleh'Lanslnc. William W. Selm. Minn.. Fleming;, William W. Lee. Mo4 Ii'nylor, Marlon H. Marlln. Tick, Bastings. Henry S. Flaher. X. y, Xocnst Valley, Howard A. Van Wagner. Pa, Coal Valley, Jamea Parsons. ru, Latrobe, Harry A. Kelts. PaJ Bearer Valley, Lewis Sesnesfsky. Pai Shamokln, Jobn J. Dubllnakle. 8. C, Meyers Hill, Felix Dlnkln. Vaj MartlnSTllIr. Jeb S. Pannlll. Wis, Milwaukee. Jobn Plekarskl. Wis Shawano, Jamea Cowan. DIED OF DISEASE 1 CORPORAL. Kan, Burr Oak, Hugh C. Co its d lira. PRIVATES. Ga, Montleello. Walter Xlx. Idabo.JEran Lake, Orral II. MerrllL Mit, Cumberland, John T. McCoy. Mlsa, Marcel, George Allen. Jf. T., Brooklyn, Charles Guttenhcrg. Okt Guthrie, Erneat L. Simpson. Teon, Lee Valley, Robert L. Froat. Tex Chilton, John R. Davis. Blank Books Office Supplies Carbon Pper i Typewriter Paper TJulck otlivery lowest prleea. J5AUM Stationery Co 905 7th stgssrr'VlS-'iSSr 3 on Savings Deposits tt S. SAVINGS BANK I 14th and Yon Streets WADE H. COOPER, Pre. Only One Store Topham', 83rd Anniversary Reduction Sale SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES ON INDESTRUCTO TRUNKS 5-Year Guarantee "Most Miles for Least Money." .tsSBuy Wardrobe Trunks Trunks, Suitcases, Bags 3 t t A BK ssnlllllllllllllK, 1 1W TOPHAM SSBjtSdnflBsssmt Tex, East Bernard, Louis Pustka. Va.. Sontag, John W. Stanley. DIED OF AEROPLANE ACCIDENT. LIEUTKVANT. Minn, Maxeppa, Yale M. Squire. DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES. CORPORAL. Neb., nartlngton, AH a F. Olsen. SEVERELY WOUNDED. MAJOR, N. Y., New York. Kenneth Pepperrell. CAPTAIN. Mich, Menominee, Oscar Thomas Falk. LIEUTENANTS. Ark, Cotton Plant, Ross Mathl. Gn, Atlanta, Frank M. Tattle. Kan, Paola, Harvey C. Ulntce-. Me, Kennebunk, Albert W. Emmons. Mass., Dorchester, Malcolm P. nail. N. Y, BronxTllle, Morris S. Clark. SERGEANTS. Ala, Fall Rlrcr, Antonlos G. Prtounls. Conn, Hartford, Eldon B. CoykrnaalL Conn, Bridgeport, Louis O. FUeber. Mass, Everett, Frederick Anderson, Jr. 3Io, Webb City, Robert Blalock. V. V, New York. John J. Fltsscrralri. N. Y, New York, Joseph Grodxlnsky. N. Y, New York, Reuben Racontln. S. C, Berkeley county, John W. Cum. bee. Va, Monroe. Albert Onrlll Elliott. CORPORALS. Ala, Columbiana, John B. German. Cona, New Haven, Raymond F. Char- bonesu. Conn, Anaonla, Francis P. Johnson. Ga, Roaavtlle. Olln MeDanleL III, Sycamore, Everett aLeonard III, Colllnsvlllr, Aniu't Karwrlat, Jr. Ill, .PlttsCeld. Frank M. Grlfflta. Ind, South Bend, John II. I'lttman. Ky, Dedman, Alex Combs, Ky., Newport, John Pore Ky, Wasjersvllle, Edgar G. Westlake. Me, Spring-vole, Victor Mortn. Mass, Leominster, Alfred J. Ilonle. Mass, Wollaston, Wlnslow B. Weston, Mass, South Boston, Orlando R. Achorn, Mich, Detroit, Geonre A. Jaakutke. Bllch, Detroit. Edward Clsehke. Mich, Brlmley, Frank Teeple, Bllnn, Warren, Rasmus Olaf Lodoen. Miss, Weir, Jamea N. Black. N. J, Oranae, Denyse W. Atwater. N. Y, Corinth, Fred L. Armatruna;. N. Y, Buffalo, Joseph Krusrynakl. N. Y-, Dexter. Roy M. FIrle. N. Y, Brooklyn, Menabem Stlm. V. Y, New York, Frank Novotny.J N. Y, New York, Charles P. Hunts. N. C, Charlotte, Henry A. Moore N. C Sprny, Jacob O. Boone. Ohio, Lyndon, Nelson E. Heaton. Ohio, Maynnrd, Frank Krest. Okla, Baptist, Jamea 31. Campbell. Pa. Philadelphia. Frank J. O'Kane. Pa, FrederleKtown, Paul B. Gladden. Pa, Butler. Briar I, Cupps. Pa, Scranton, Michael McDonooch. Pa, Philadelphia, Jacob A. Smith. Tenn, Halls, Thomas Claton Lnsk. Tenn, Sardls, Thomas II. Goad. Tex, Pontotoc, Thomas II. Strong. Va, Pilot, Albert B. Correll. Wash, Seattle, Elverne M. Porter. Wis, Madison, Clarence Jail. Wla, Ocema, Edward G. Bleler. Wla, Milwaukee, Harry Krnesrer. Wis, Edcvrton, Edson I, ORden. BUGLERS. Ml eh, Ann Arbor, Norbert R. Foster. Pa, East Greenville, Stanley B. Swenk. MECHANIC. Wis, Marsafleld, Walter F. Nelson. FARRIER. Pa, Philadelphia, Thomaa Edward Condran. PRIVATES. D. C, WASHINGTON. HARRY HIMELRIGHT, K2T SIXTH 8T. S. W, GEORGE W. HIMELRIGHT. Aria, Yuma, Rudolph Molina. Ark, Plum Bayou, Jack Clayton. Ark, Hot Springs, Thomas E. Walters. Austria, HrrzeRenim R. Treblnce, Austria, South TaLovo, Danllo Vuk- asovlch. Csl, Ferndale, Peter Olsen. Cal, Donsmnlr. William A. nanlon. Cal, San Francisco, Aqron Tausalc;. Cal, San Francisco, Louis C. Schaefer. Cal, Red Bluff, Edwin C. North. Cal, San Francisco, Albert J. Martini. Cal, Richmond. Thomas K. Finder. Cal, Oakland, Eugene DeSoto. Cal, San Francisco, Frederick C. Byrne. CaL, Hornhrook, Robert L. Cnmmtns. Canndn. Dlebolt, Sask, Anthony F. Dlebolt. Canada, Ilerllncton, Ontario, Albert II. Gllmore. Canada, Aublgny, Manitoba, Joseph Laferrlere. Conn., Roektllle. Adam Sneheekl. Conn, South Manchester, Nlcollne Zaeearo. Conn, New London, Philip C. Carl son. Conn, Lakrsvllle, George II. Beck, with. Conn, New Haven, Antonio Bosro. 'Conn, New lint en, Joseph I). I.eary. j Conn, New Haven, James A. Marlow. Conn, Newlngton. Henry A. St. Snvlor. i C onn. New llatrn, John A. King. I Conn, East Hampton, David C. I Griggs. Una, Derby, Joseph S taffy. , Conn, Putnam, Albert Mosselta. toDD. jniuaietown, Patsey Pedlclno. Conn, Waterhury, Vlneejiso Tararxo. Conn, Merlden, F. W. I'etrello. 1219 F St Only One Store now, as prices are going up. Handbags, Purses and All of Our Fine Quality Leather Goods 'S,1219FSt. Look for This Address Conn, Mlddlrtown, James Salafla. Conn., Thompsonvllle, Jerry Boucher. Conn., Whltneyville. James Bracken. Conn, Hartford, William II. Murray. Conn, Watrrbury, John M. Casey. Conn, Waterbury. Raymond G. Dole Denmark, Allborg, Martin Sorenson. Fla, Qulncy. Newell L. Edwards. Fla, Plant City. Joseph A. Albertson. Fla, Lily, Ilelos Albrltton. Fla, Woodvllle, Charlie K. demons. Greece, Karanda Thevon, Stavroa A. Anastaslou. Idaho, Dietrich, Leslie E. Eddy. Idaho. Welser, Delmar A. Ponlson. Idaho, Fayette, Cnrlyle II. Smoek. Idaho, Pocatello, Horace n. CrlswelL Idaho, Idaho Falls, Edgar Corson. Idnho. Fairfield. Jesse K. Thnrber. III., Thompsonvllle, TJlua Dualvan. Ill, Chicago, Michael Poplel. HI, Chlcngo, Stephen Courtney. Ill, Chlcngo George Rowden. Ill, Chlcngo, Walter Strysleckl. Ill, Fox. James Anderson. Ill, Falrmount. Harry Kennedy. Ill, Shelby Hie, Elmer D. Flowers. Ill, Chlcngo, John F. Ewald. Ill, Chicago, Dnvr Christopher. Ill, Chicago, James V I.avelle. Ill, I.n Snlle, Otto C. Koebaaowskl. Ill, Chicago. George Greln. Ill, West Union, David Grnbb. Ill, Decatur, Louis Maple, III, Chicago, Karl Gustav Laurln. Ill, Chicago; Perry James Moore. Ill, St. Franrlsvllle, Lrroy Psslco. HI, Ahlngton, Alexander Davis, lad. New Amsterdam, Samuel Allen. Ind, Wabash, Mlrhncl A. Drake. Ind., Nnshtllle, John Thomas Barger. Ind, Newrnatle, Beach Conch Ind, Etansillle. Wilbur Byrley. Ind, Kokomo, chnrlcs . Overholser. Ind, Fnlr Oak. (srml D. Miles. Ind, Tunnelton, Henry W. Fllnn. Ind, Cannrlburg. Hrrschel A. Clark. Ind, Gary, Stephen Sxabo. Ind., Indlnnnpolla, r;eorge D. Megle. Ind, Selleraburg, Wllford E. Nsrring. ton. Iowa, OkobnJI, Emll Weyraneh. Iowa, Oakland, Fred. If. Foreman. Iowa, Mt. Ayr, Thomaa J, Thorla. Iown, Garner, Edward W. Frltseh. Iown, McGregor, David V. Hamlett. Iowa, Columbns Junction, Samuel Hlrsh. Iowa. Grnrttlngrr, William Lammers. Ireland, Tamloght, Ocrllly, TJpprrlanda Co, Derry, Thomas Davidson. Ireland, Kltteshandre, Csran County, Bernard Murphy. Italy, Pro. Snssrl. Glevannol Menknna, Italy, Pr. of Chlcto Guardlo, Grele Condro dn Caplposta, Berardlno Carosrllo. Italy, Prov. Dl Perugia, Angelo Dl l'letro. Kan, Geuda Springs, Jeryl D. MeKln- ney. Kans, Osage City. Ralph V Garland. Kan, Adinlro, Earl Schtierman. Knn, Olatbe, 'William A. Phillips. Ky, Stearns, Arnold S trunk. Ky, Jackson, Nelson Bnrger, Ky., Ritchie, Jessie Richie. Ky, McRoberts. Dorsle C. Kelly. Ky, Simmons, Bev P. McConnell. Kan, Severance, Qulncy V. Geldea- Blelve, Ky, Wisdom. Fred P. Cummins. Ky, Princeton, Urey Amon Boltnett. Ky, Harrodsburg, Charles Grlgsby. Ky, Milan. Albert I). Gibson. Ky, Steele. Howard Griffey Ky, Buckborn, Andrrson Howling. Ky, Hopklnsvllle, Millard R. Llndsey, La, New Orleans, Ludwlok 5Ioas- meter. Me, Bangor, Arthur J. Bellnlan. Md, Baltimore. Khrlck lonberger. Md, Baltimore, Charles Levlnson. Md, Indlann Harbor, Francis E. En- glebnupt. Maaa, Neporset, Arthur Cayle. Mass, Gloucester, Louis T. Dlebner. Mnss, Greenfield, Albert Fice. Mass, Gardner, Clinton D. Pro- vencher. Mass, Worcester, Andrew Rart. Mass, Greenfield, Carl I, Houghton. Mass, Holyoke, William M. Lyons. Mass., Roxbury, James J. Tumilty. Mass., Fltchburg, George J. Laurent. 3Iasa, Rochester, Harrison M. Cooper. Mass, Springfield, Earle F. Bliss. Mich., Owosso, Howard Brown. Mleb, Flint. Earl J. Sehryer. Mleh, Detroit, William Earl Nash. Mich, 3Iontrose, James J. Neabusan. Mica, Richmond. Martin J. Gillies. .Mich, Gaastra. Kenneth -E. Wllde. Mlch, Detroit. Henry Travis. Mich, Detroit, Irwin C. Moreney. Mich, Fostoria, Oscar William Nowlla. Mich, Muskegon. Lynn G. FnrnelL Bllch, Kalamazoo, Harlow Perry. Mich, Clinton, Hyde B. MeDermott. Mleh, Rrldgman. Frrdrrlek Ott. Minn, Mlnnenpolls, Helmer Grlnde. Minn., Hennlng, Gustnf O. Gnustad. Minn, Mlnnenpolls, Brlle Rnbltz. Minn, Long Prairie, Clarence E. Wit so. Minn, Starbuek, Joseph Wold. Minn, Duluth, Konatnnty Kordas. Minn, Minneapolis, Eugene II. Mc carty. Minn, Glenvllle. Vera S. Ilaldvtln. Minn, Ionsfurd, Andy l.nrson Minn., St. I'aul, Simeon J. Duraad. Miss, Sabougla, Acey Rodger. Mo, Kansn Ity. tiny fnrpenter Hays. Mo, St. Louis, Edward BohaJrcV, 3Io, Forlstrll. Hugh T. Turpln. Mo, Mansfield, t harlrs J. Wilson. Mo, St. Louis, Joseph Mayo. Mo, Kansas t ity, Ben Johnson. Mo, St. Louts. 'lorn Mnlony. Mo, St. Louts, Joseph Engelmann. Mo, St. Louts, Herman K. Grunwald. Mo, Piedmont, ottn Marler. Mo, St. Louis. Mike Poplc. Mo, Crystal Illy, George Cannon. Mont., Eurrkn, Edward M. Sennits. Mont, Eurokn, Edward M. Scbultz. Mont, Outlook. Joseph Held. Mont, Thony, Charles U. Bateman. Neb, Ilomfrled, Carl A. Wclst N. J, East Orange, Thomaa Francis Ambrose. N. J, Englcwood, Joseph Blrchard. N. J, Ellrnbeth, Anthony Hogs to. N. J, Ellzabetb. Jacob Boll. N. J, Trenton, Joseph Scbocb. N. J, Hoboken, Conrad Seller. N. J Ilclletille, Angelo Mlrbae! Mo luno. N. J, Newnrk, Tony Yoehlm. N. J, Trenton, Frnnk Kowalskl. .. J, enark, Iiuls August Streng. N. J, Warwick, Wilbur R. I'tter. ADVERTISEMENT Cocoanut Oil Fine For Washing Hau If ou want to keep jour hair -n good condition, be careful what you arh it with Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali. This Jrles the scalp. makK the hair brittle, and Is very harmful. Just plain muliifled cocoanut oil (which Is pure and en tirely greaselcss). is much better than the most expensive soap or any thin? el.fl you can use for shampoo I up, as tlil can't possibly injure the hair. Simply moUten your hair with water and rub it In. One or two tea spoonfuls will make an abundance of rich, creiuny lather, and cleanses the hair and scalp thurnughly. The lather rinses out easily, and removes every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair ilrl-s quickly and evenly, and It leaves It nnc una siiKy, Drigni. iiurry ana easy to manage You can get mulslflrd cocoanut till at most any drug store It It very cheap, and a few ounces is enough lo last everyone In the family for monies. N. J., Sayrevllle, Daniel Jamea Smul- len. Jf. J, Bayonne, Dennis Hnggerty. ft J, New Brunswick. Edward Jerome MeCourt. N. l, Angola, Clarence Wheeler Brom. ler. N. Y, Maspeth, Howard Dovry. X. Y, Brooklyn, Joaepn Freeman. N. Y, Buffalo, Henry Emll Kolbe. N. Y, New York, Cornelius Tackney. N. Y, Glendale. Arno PIckrodt. N. Y, Utlea, Roeco Solvatore Mor- toeeL X. Y, Fullervllle, Wilbur Arthur Hayhnr. H Y, Brooklyn, Jamea F. Klernaa. N. Y, Fablus, Louis Wldger. N. Y, New York, Howard E. Ward. N. T, Brooklyn, Harold A. Olsen. N. Y., New York, Thomas Charles Mallley. IV. Y, Schenectady, Charles Sf. Pat- elgs. N. Y, Lancaster. Henry Lewis Paut- ler. N. C, North Charlotte, John Hnrtls. N. C, Raleigh, Tom B. Chalmers. N. C, Champion, Walter E. Burnett. N. Car, Harvard, John W. Moody. N. D, Gascoyne, Albert N. ntsner. N. D, Berg. Ray L. Catlln. N. D, Warwick. Louis Tolllfson. N. D, Brantford, Carl B. Trove. .V. D, Faxholm, Edward B. Froellch. N. D, Fessendent. Edward G. Fischer. N. D, Neehe, James N. I.af,rmbotse. N, D, Fargo, James Parks. X. D, Falholm. George K. Tlbbetts. N. D, Crosby, Orvllle Knoph. N. D, Benlah, Bert J. Potrnts. N. D, Neehe, Alexander Lahon. N. D, Underwood, John C. Baar N. D, Wilton, Harry Lambert. N D, Crosby, Arthur C. Cornelius. N, D, Bremen, Austin Bower. Ohio, Dayton, Carl E. Baker. Ohio, Columbus, Charles Edwin Wil son. Ohio, Cincinnati, Joseph Koch. Okla, Okfuskee, Wllllnm Mjers. Okla., McAlester, Eltsha Dawson. Ore, Riverside, Kenneth BIcIver. Oreg, Cottage Grove, Jamea F. Hard lug. Pa, Berwlnsdale, John V. Ecklund. Pa, Coateavllle, Norman W. Flaher. Pa, Blmora. Lulgl Gat ait. Pa, Philadelphia, Joaeph Dlpalo. Pa, Pittsburgh. John S. Drlsroll. Pa, Pittsburgh, Joxel Gotoblowskl. Pa, Ebensburg, Stanley G. Reese. Pa., Philadelphia, George M. Hatg. Pa, Reading Jacob George Held. Pa, Erie, Joseph Olton. Pa, Summit Hill, Joseph G. Richmond. Pa., Reading, Walter V. MllcbcIL Pa, Washington, Joseph Plro. Pa, Tyronvllle. Earl L. Lewis. Pa, Huatlngdon, Clarence Hamman. Pa, Prospect. Frank Eperjealr. Pa, naxelton, John Ganszorowaki Pa, Coaldale, William Vescoie. Pa, Franklin co, Philip tie. n, I, Pawtucket, John C. Hanson. S. D, Aberdeen, Sidney I, Smith. S. D, Columbia. Oscar W. Wright. Sweden, Shana. Kvldlnga. Anton Lllja. Tenn, Roekwood, Walter McKay Clark. Tenn, Woodford, Ray Link. Tenn, Flnley. Guss Pool. Tenn, Concord, Walter P. MeGee. Texas, Thrall. Joe Shamard. Texaa, San Angelo, Edwin M. Muckle- ry. Tex, Spring. Harmon A. Gregaon. Utah, Independence, William II. Me- Mahon. Vt., Montpeller, Joseph W. Trombley. Va, Flgsboro, Henry D. Dewltt. Va, Sturgeon Bny, Victor A. Jackson. Va, Fries, Ester FelU. Va, Norfolk, Earl W. Shearer. Va, Balar, Orin C. Carpenter. "Wash, Pasco, James A Carlos Wash, Raymond, Datldw. LaChancr Wash, Waverly, Irwin J. Lundstrum. Wash., Clarkston, Enoch R. Holland. Wash, Port Ludlow, Frits K. J. Jen sen. Wash, Kelso, Artie G. Crumb. Wash, Seattle 1'hllo R. Dunn. Wnsh, Cheney, Edgnr D. Stenson. Wash, Retsll, Grnnt folgenbaugb. W. Va, Henry. Adam Patrick. Wis.. Green Bay, Victor Ferdlnandj Cnrlson. W Is, McCartney, Victor V. Dodge. Mil. Jnnrsvllle, William Burhans. ils., Moslnee. George Joseph Hack. Wis, Shawano, Samnel William Mur- pby. Wis, Rio, Raymond Otterness. Wis, Milwaukee. Mlchnel Parzesny. Wis, West Allls. Waller' II. DrGroot. Wis., North Prairie. Altln E. Iloelt. Wis, Jamesvllle, Frank Meyer. Wis.. Milwaukee. Adolph Kebsrhnll. Wis, Whitehall, Ray Lpson. Wis, River Falls, Herbert Vllrland. Wis, Portage. Herman Johnson. Wis, Luck, Wllllnm J. Johnson. W, Vs., Bower. Stlne Jones. Henri De Ryrke. Wyo, Elk Mountain. John G. noberg. SEVERELY WOUNDED IN AERO PLANE ACCIDENT. LIEUTENANT. N. T, Great Neck, lord Mcjcr. WOUNDED (DEGREE UNDE TERMINED.) MAJOR. Cal, San Francisco. Harry T. Crrs well. CAITAIV. Minn, Wcstporf. Georse I, llnpklns. .MUSICIAN. Mich, Sherwood, Edwin Rllry Bennett. PRIVATES. Ill, St. Charles. Slvrst I'rndell. 3lleb, Addison, Iarl L. Rowlson. Miss, Willows. Henry D. Bufkln. Mo, Cedar Springs. Fred Spencer. Mo, Valhalla, Virgil I, Osborn. Minn, St- Paul, Jark I.csbnlck. Neb, Hooper, Charles E. Mack. Ohio. Crdarvllle, Orval Jrfferies. Pa, Bridgeport. Alexander Robertson. Pa, Pittsburgh. Arthur Dewey Stewart. MISSING IN ACTION. LIEUTENANT. Iowa. Lamonl, Lyman E. t'nae. Trias, Bay Illy, Jobn P. Gnlnra. SERGEANTS. Ky, Grassland. Charlie Hampton. Mass, South Boston, John J. Ilallon. Minn, Montevideo. Arrh f. Wright. N. V, New lork, John A. Aullinek Ore, Con Bills. Hurl M. Bond. I'a, Heading, Ednln I.utz. Pa, Lebanon. !lusel Joseph Sbuey. Pa, Philadelphia, Thomas i Reed. Pa, Philadelphia. Louis l. Nelson. Wis, t'ompbellsport, Alpbonrs F. Harter. CORPORALS. Conn, Montonrse, fla) ton S. Squires. Conn, New Hatrn. Jack J. Brennan. Miss, Mahaba, Rrdden Denmark. I'a, Philadelphia. Kranris G. Grugan. Pa, Labanon, I'aul F. Swope. Pa, Columbia, Dathl Aston. BUGLERS. Conn, New Haven. Jnmes Lynch. Italy, Provlnelo Dc Potenza Melfl, Frank Rossrll. Pa, Harrisburg, William Wayne De j Sllvey, WAG ONE It Pa, Philadelphia, Michael Francis Lucry. MECHANIC. Pa, Russell, Arthur Jefferson Van Sllr. PRIl.VTES. Ala, Gadson, James W. Bentley. Ark, Ft. smith, Jesse F. Woodward. Ala, Kennedy, Caltln J Porter. lot, Oakland, Tony Rampone. Cal, San Franrliu-o, Lauron W. Wei lor. Cal, San Francisco. Harry .Martin Mattson. Cal, Sacramento, William IS. Bellows. Canodn. Dm Idson. Saskatchewan, John F Mlddleton. I Canada. New Brunswick. Elery II. ' narton. I Colo, Paradox. Waltrr R. Chiles. Conn, Union lite. Fred Bauer. Conn, Southlngton, John Fraso. Conn, New Haven. John J. Collins. Conn, Hartford, Stephen Jona, Jr. Conn, New Haven, Mlchnle Martone, Conn, Tarlrfvllle, Frank 31 s turns. Conn, 3Illford. Jobn Rlcl. Conn, Deep River. Charles F. Slser. Conn, New llnten, Thomas White. Jr. Conn., Seyraore, Wasyl Wororhoolc Conn, Enfield. Zuosupas Cnrvalcjns Conn, Windsor Locks. Andrew Lag nulary. Conn, Hartford, Konon Bayko. Conn, Mllford. William T. Coolahan. Conn, New Haven, Frnnk (-'. Baron. Fla, Drnaud, Tlllett Crawford. Fla, stark. Ilersrhell K. Crosby. Fla., Oak Hill, Sam Dickinson. FIa Qulneey, Albert A. Edwards. Fla, Slullierry, Donald C Freeman. Fla, Tallahassee, Abnrr G. English. Fla., Free Point, I.eary fllrton. Fin, Laurel Hill. Wilson Smith. Fla, Clarksvlllr, Grover L. Rolsnd. Fin, Zona, Willie P. Hull. Fla, Dawllng Park. Hugh S. Herring. Fla, Sarasota. Robert J. Williams. Fla, Ft. .McCoy. Grady II. Revels. Fla, 3!laml Beach, James E. Brooks. Flo, Ralford, Roman Addison. Fin, Arradln. Arthnr B. Ilarron. rin, Umatilla. Christopher C. Baylor. Ga, Brunswick, Eugene Dnvls. Ga.. Flowery Branch, Henry J. Mill wood. Ga, Washington, Leon F. Ilewell. Gn, Millwood. Benjamin F. Klnnon. Ga, College Park, Ronlr 31. Stacks. Ga, Eastman, Jacob B. Baker. Idaho. Idaho Falls, Donald A. Ben nett. HI, Herrln, Joe Marlow. Ill, Chicago, Eurth Meyer. Ill, Marshall. Joseph Mullen. Ill, Opunwka, Clyde 31. Snodgrass. Ill, Chicago. Louis Troys. Ind, Seottsburg, Howard J. Dally. Ind, 3It. Vernon, Jrsse Hargrove. Ind, New Albany, Arthur S. Flynn. Ind, Michigan City, Alex. J. Chlnske. Iowa, Telia, Frank Simons, Jr. Iowa, Elkhorn. Alva Thompson. Kanu, Lnrned, William G. Nelson. Ky, Shnwhan, Evln 3lann. Ivy, Cnrrsvllle, Ward O. Lawrence. Ky, Louisville, Irvln J. Kaiser. Ky, Columbia. Vrlroer Aaron. La, Delhi, Jeff Sykes. Mass, Boston, Thomas OTJea. 3Iass, New Bedford, Frank Cullen. Mass, Cambridge, Joseph C Durse. Mass, Lowell, Henry L. Benuehesne. Mass, South Boston, John F, Ken nedy. Mass.. Qulncy. Jeremiah Pitta. Md, Marrlottstlllr, John W. Nichol son. Mich, Detroit, Martin G. Lehman. Mich, Suttonsbay. Mnrtln Gunderson .Mleh., Detroit. Bolteslaw Wlnlmko. 3Ilch, Detroit. Georgr F. Sehloetser. Stinn, Brewster. Ray R. Hotfmelater. Miss, luka, Grover C. Inlow. Mont, Iliad, Wlllard 8. King. .Mont., Conrnd, i:dgar G. .Moulton. 31 o, Chllllrotbr, Henry L. Miller. Mo., Walker, Joe B. Phllapy. Nebr, Prague, Vincent Plaeek. Nebr, Grand Island, Charles A. PolxeL Neb, Bertrond, William Powers. N. D, Wahpeton, Hoyt I, Y'ates. N. D, Emerado, Benjamin Fosnes. N. D, Park niter. Elmer Mastre. N. D, Reynolds, Thomas J. .Mealy. N. D., Geneaeo. Vincent E. NogowskL N. D, Cummlngs, Alex Stnskn. N. II, Pretty Rock, George W. Snook. Jr. N. D, Ambrose, Carl Josrphson. N. D, Fargo, Eugene F. Doyle. N. D, Epplng, Christian W. Christian sen. N. D, Parlshvllle, Leo J. Adams. N. J, PlslnOeld, Cedric II. Ostrum. Netherlands. Nete. Brrdt Tyf Cade, Brrdt Tyl Vrlesland, George Ger- merand. X. Y, New York, Domlnlck Contl. N. Y Syracuse, IMward J. Weber. N. V, Brooklyn, Joseph Nasal. N. 1, New lork City, Antonio San- tana. N. V.. Yonkers, 3IicbaeI Skok. N. 1, Yonkers, Joseph Skwarlo. .N. V, Brooklyn. Edwin S. Smith. Oreg, Portland, Ernest W. Perras. Ohio, Cincinnati, Theodore W Mas rant. Ohio, Gloustrr, John 3Iandry. Ohio, Clrteland, Arnold S. llelman. Ohio, Culte. Edward Rose. Ore, St. Salem. Leon L. Ilcnsen. Ore, Rnlnlrr. Thomas R. Fowler. Ore. Sand;, Edward Hoffman. Okla, Cnddo, Lee R. Nahers. Pa, Mcldoo, Percy W. Young. Pa, Erie, Frank 3!artln Zimmerman. a, Horsepen, Dewey Ilnwmnn. Pa, Phllndelpljl.i, John J. Brown. Pa, Cnnuonsbnrg. Morgnn L. Carter. I'a, Phlladelpbln. W llllam H. Dawson. I'a, I'lttsliurKb, Lulgl De I.uca. I'a, .Mahanu) tit). Wilbur Augustus Dennis. Pa, Philadelphia, Thomas W. Gold smith. I'a. Eric, Earl Allan Unit. I'a, Allentown. Ralph A. Hlllegnss. Pa, Philadelphia, John Alexander Kennedy. Pa . .West Philadelphia. Albert K. 31ars. Pa, Shaw rant. RrnJamln Martin. I'a., Glrardtllle, Nicola I'ellegrlno. I'n, I,erttlck. Elmer R Probst. Pa, Drrxrl Hill, Joseph F. Roekey. Pa, Bradford, William Wesley Sin cerity. Pa, Coliunhln, Paul It. Smith. Pa., Foltstlllr. Samuel D. Bower. Pa, Columbia. Toblaa S. Ilartch. ' Pa, Bristol, Vincent Bomente. I'a, Lansdale, Walter J. Brown. I'n, Westmoreland county, Michael Chlrkn. I'n, Philadelphia, James J. Daly. Pa., Carlisle. Paul Sle'vln Donson. Pa, .Mooalc, Stanley N. Ducoaky. I'a, I'lltatnn. William Golden. Pa, 3llncrstllle. Jobn 31cf;oach. Pa, Butler. I'nul Jesse 31anrosa. I'a, Bradford, Nathan Theodore .N'ea selson. I'n, Lemnnt I'urnaer, ldward M. O'Connor. I'n, Lansfiird. Itnssel L. Shannon. I'n, I'ort Carbon. Richard Slnclnskie- I'a, Cnlitinlila. lle&under C. Stone. Pa, Philadelphia, Augustus C. Good win. I'n, 3lrKrcsport, William J. Menten. S. C, Protldrnee, Herman l. f off man. Sttedrn, Stoekholiti, Hugo Sundstrom. 'Tenn, llertllle, llielinrd S. lllnckburn. Tenn, t'olumblu (.Ity. John IX Cling- erninn. Texns, Sehntenburg, Augusta A. 3Ilt- rhon. a, Mi-Clung. Robert I, Deeds. t. Illclimond, Howard IX Sweeney. Wnsh, Monroe, Hugo W. Ilnetteher. Wnsh, Seattle, lint Id W. Ilrnttstrom. Wash, Senttlr, Edward Conio. Wnab, Catblamct, (,eurge W, Thorn- ns. U'h Sentfle. Itnlnh Anrtersnn. W'ash, Sen tile. Prtrr Bourgrtt Wnsh, Dorchester, Dntld I'lttenburg. Wnsh, Seattle, Ercell F. Glrard Wash, itklmn. Justus O. Plnkerton. Wash, tlnksiliilr. Artie M. Itlrksrd. Wnsh, Auburn, llnrry II. l.o.-krldgr. Wash, Spokane, Erwln Dumboltnn. ASTHMADOR AVEBTS - BELIEVES HAY FEVER ASTHMA Begin Treafmrnt NOW m mi li ,1 sstafliS 401 Dnifiuu Giiirantca Wash, Ballard. Charles McAllister. ,WIs, Darlington, Wllber II. Reed. Wis., 3Ilndoro, Solon P. Gunderson. Wis, Berlin, Reld S. Crump. Wis, Nrshkoro, Jake Seovlcke. Wis, Rrlggsvllle, Carl Peterson. Wis, Glen Falls, Grover C. Root. YOUTH NOW DYING A youth today Is dying from a frac tured skull and seven other persons ara suffering from Injuries Incurred In au tomobile, motorcycle, and street car ac cidents last night Harry M. Taylor. 19 years old. 915 Potomac avenue southeast. Is the outh In a critical condition. He was takasi to Casualty Hospital with his skull broken, after having been thrown ! the street from his motorcycle when It skidded on a street car trs in front of iU Eleventh street southeast. Both Lega Broken. Fourteen-year-old Frederick Simon. 2131 I street northwest. Is at Emergency Hospital with both legs broken and suf fering from Internal Injuries is the re sult of having been knocked down and run over by an automobile operated by Lester Williams. 19 Hanover street northwest, at Nineteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue northwest last nlshL While riding a bicycle at Pennsyl vania avenue and Seventh street northwest, John Cave, thirteen years old, of Fort Myer Heights. Va, was sirucg oy an automobile driven by S. D. Willis. 1475 Columbia road northwest, and cut and bruised on the face and body. Dr. B. C. Poole, 045 Rhode Island avenue northwest, and his grand daughter. Ellen Kellter, nine years eld, were hurt when the physician's automobile collided with a car of the Capital Traction Company at Four tienth and Q streets northwest. Struck by Auto. Marion Henry, colored, thirty-eight years old, 1S04 S street northwest, while crossing the street in front of her home last night was struck bv an automobile owned by the Dulin & Martin Company, receiving slight in juries. Herman Scott, colored, twelve vesra old, 1223 Hope avenue southeast, was bruised on the body when an auto mobile truck owned by the Swift i-acKing company, operated by Fred erick Thomas, colored. 170 M street northwest, collided trith a motor car driven by Charles D. Lowe. 611 O street northwest, at Massachusetts avenue and North Capitol street. METAL MEN MAY STRIKE Unless certain demands of the men regarding the sliding wage scale are adjusted immediately, a strike of the workers In all sheet metal trades af filiated with the American Assocla tlon of Iron, Steel, and Tin Workers will be called Monday In the terri tory east of the Mississippi. Officials say that su-h a strike will tie up a large proportion of the steel Industry and probably result in the closing of munitions planta In the en tire affected area east of the Mississippi. ITOraFSK s.w...,w, I i .- ii r-- isf. SltssssHSnsssaHBsRsns aMIKmM: . -Spy fiMKHJHfllHHll9HHNH J MIPS I mCHBI laH.aH"TiaSHaVff! I 19 QV 111 Thafs why 1elephon&)perantittractsraigarM most capable young -women -in business.-today, The telephone operatorworkS'Tn pleasairtsnrioTOHfegsfnSliieansceirtral offices having modern dimng-roomsd--co,siUiiiooius4fur she is off duty. She is paid a good-salary, evahilthtr3tnSaiCSsi&TTaMttepsd ment, and has many opportunities for axrranceniaiiJb3s3iigheTjos2ionsjs7ifh correspondingly higher salaries, Not only is she well cared for during" -herworEnJOuis Tjufeslierlspu tected in case of sickness by a liberal Beneiijfaiic7sT2boTibcostirheE, t All of these features combine io irrate'eIeplioni5sopeafeg'-ir,attTadrra profession for intelligent young women betweer&etagtsof l8and-25, See Miss Gregory, Room 308, Homer Bldg, 13th and G Sts. N. W, THE WOMEN ENROLL IN DRAFTING CLASS Completing one of the heaviest sum mer sessions since It was established seven years ago, the Columbia School of Drafting has taken over an entire building to meet the demands for special branches of instruction. The present building, situated on tna northeast corner of Fourteenth and T streets northwest, is a much more suitable location than the Tenth and G street location. The enforced demand for women in he drafting profession has Increased the enrollment of women to several hundred per cent. The encouraging laea for the prospective women stu (ents Is the fact that there seems to be no distinction In the matter of salutes between the men and women in the drafting profession. With no particular training In drafting, a recent graduate cf the school Is now receiving a ilary of 12.000. The opportunities for rapid advancement Is one of the desirable features offered. The school Is al ways taxed to capacity In order to supply men and women for the many requests made upon them. Courses include mechanical and machine drafting, architectural, structural and ship drafting, patent drafting, topographic drafting, mathe matics, machine design. Jig, tool, and die design, builders' course, and blue print reading. I ADVERTISEMENT Without Phosphorus Nerves of Steel Weaken, Waste Away and Die Says Dr. Reld. Who Prescribes Phosphorated Malt to Steady and Strengthen the Nerves. Clear the Brain and Bring Back the Jsya of Life. An Easy Way to Recharge the System vtitn ruospnorus ana iiesiore Health and Strength to the Weak and Anaemic Boston. Msss. Your nerves and train peed phosphorus like your body pceas xooa. says ur. itaia. ana tna trouble with most of us is we use up our supply of phosphorus and find our selves all run down and unable to do our daily work without feeling all tired out. We may look strong and healthy, aj If we could do a full day's wcrk without fatigue, but while we have a certain kind of strength we easily become all fagged out we can't stand anything. Ve glva out because we lacK phopnorus ana 1S.CK endurance. For months and years ne go on using a little more phosphor us every day than wo store up. and the loss is so gradual that it Is un noticed till a crisis is reached and we find ourselves on the verge of a com plete nervous break-down. This con dition affects both mind and body. Nothing Interests us as it once did and we actually live less our nerves are less sensitive they are not so fully alive. When I find this condi tion I prescribe phosphorated malt and I have seen It produce astonishing results In a very short tlme. Reccntly a patient came to me all run down and on the verge of a men tal collapse. His daily work had be come drudgery and he got neither rest nor. recreation from his sports or holir days. He could neither sleep nor con centrate his mind on .his work. I ad vised him to eat less and tak: two "IT IS PLEASANT AND PROlHTAJBIJE-WQiKKr CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY POLICE SEEKING DOG-BITE VICTIM The woman, believed to be a Wash Ingtonlan. who was attacked and bit ten by a mad dog Monday afternoon li n.-ing srught today ay tna pouca. Tin I'.s'.nct health department is anx'ous the Know that the animal wltkh l-uilit Its teeth In her r dlit arm vss found by pathologists of the lurau of Animal Industry to b suffering from rabies When It at tacked not only her. but three oiher persons. 'The department wants to warn the woman that it Is Imperative that she take the Pasteur treatment at ths earliest possible moment, for thev fear If she does not she will develop hydrophobia as ths result of the dog bite. The young woman was bitten by the dog while she was posing tor a picture near Camp Columbia. All of those bitten by the animal,, except the young woman sought, are taking the Pasteur treatment at the Hygienic Laboratory. The dog was (hot by a policeman of Tenleytown. D. C after It had bitten the four persons. WOUNDED WELL .CARED FOR. PARIS, Sept. 12. MJ. Gen. William C. Gorgas. surgeon general of the United States army, following an In spection tour of the .Paris military hospitals where Americans are under going treatment, expressed his satis faction with the manner In which the wounded are being cared for. ADVERTISEMENT. ftve-graln tablets of phosphorated malt after each meal. In less than' ten days he walked Into my office full of vim and vigor, his eyes bright, his step firm and his manner that of a man of twenty-five though he was well past fifty. The value of malt Is well known to all physicians. It is a remarkable tonic and tissue builder. Combined with phosphorus and phosphates as in phosphorated malt it Increases mental stamina, balances the (blood and aids the system to convert food Into living tissue. The old Uqnld forms of malt are Inconvenient to take, and most of them contain alco hol, which produces a needless stim ulation always followed by a depress ing reaction. Phosphorated malt Jis the nutritive properties of malt with out the evil effects of alcohoL- After r.v rfivi nf It vou will wake In the morning vigorous and refreshed, ready to begin tne aay s worn wunnsmiK led confidence, optimism ana endur ance. ., NOTE The feeling of. exhilaration often noticeable after few wnkr use of phosphorated malt Is not due to stimulation. It is the cheerfulaes that comes of perfeot health a Ufa stream flowing freely, carrying the nourishment the body needs, and ...(..,- nni th nnisons of wntcn tne body needs to be rid. The fine exhil aration of perfect health and fault less nourishment Is so rare to most people an to be remarkable and l7,-.n Phosohorated. malt Is sold by all druggists and ?).'" '., O'Donnell. People's and Oilman Stores. .,-