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CITED FOR BRAVERY
Iff CIT I ' Two Washington men have been ?warded Distinguished Service cropui tor bravery overseas by General Per shing. in orders released today from tfee War Department. One was given to Capt. Henry K. Chandler, for an act in which he lost his life but saved the llvea of many others. The other man named is Col. Btehon B. Somerville, Engineers. Capt. Heary E. Chandler waa com manding the seventy-fifth company of the Sixth Marines at the time he was killoB. f Capt. Macon C. Overton, a fellow of Seer, wrote to Mrs. Chandler, of 1775 California street northwest: "His record In the last six weeks will go town in history. One of the greatest victories In the war was the capture ef Mont Blanc, the battle in which Chandler was killed." The War Department citation reads: "Capt. Henry E. Chandler, Sixth Regliftent United States Marine Corps. For extraordinary heroism tn action Mar Thlaucourt. France, September IS, 191S. Lieutenant Chandler fear lessly exposed himself , to severe ar tillery pad machine-gun Ore 'and lo oated machine-gun nests and sniper pests harassing his company and hln lerlag Its advance. He then led his platoon forward In the face of heavy Are and destroyed the nests."* ? Lieut. Col. Brehon B. Somerville, twenty-six years old, was graduated from Central High School in 1909 and from West Point in 1914. He Is the ?on of Dr. and Mrs. William T. Som erville. of the Ward man Park Hotel. He went bverseas in the Cerpe of En gineers. Eighty-ninth division. The War Department order in. whldh he was cited for bravery, reads: "Lieut. CoL Brehon Burke Somer ville. Corps of Engineers, Eighty ninth division. For extraordinary heroism in action near Ponilly, France, November 6-6, 1918. Volun tarily serving on the staff of the Eighty-ninth division. Lieutenant JMonel Somerville conducted the first engineering reconnaissance of the damaged bridges at Pouilly, advancing i no re than 500 meters beyond the Vmerican outposts, crossing three branches of the Meuse river, and suc cessfully reconnoitering the enemy." $34,000 MINAHAN ESTATE BEQUEATHED TO WIDOW Bequeathing an estate of $34,000 to his wife, Mrs. Margareta Minaban, the will of John J. Minehan has been filed for probate. The will, dated March M. ISIS, requests that Margaret E. Ruppert, 1319 Monroe street northwest, and Mrs. Annie M. Carley, IMS Thirteenth street, -northwest, be given IS each. Mrs. Susan J. Squire .who died De oember 10 last, left a will dated May IMA. wim a codicil in which here stepdaughters. Mrs. Alice Snyder. Mrs. Catherine W. AlUtin, and Mrs. Irene L. .<pplen. are legatees. Kenneth Squire, . ?*TUe May Squire. William Simms. uiid Louis Hay den are each given $500. ? 'harlea Fillmore, of Kansas tlty, Mo., is willed OOO for the use of the Society ?X Practical Christianity in that city. DESTROYER 8TRIKES MINE. PARIS, Jan. 9.?A French destroyer struck a mine In the Black Sea Tuee 'ay. but succeeded In reaching Con stantinople. Four men were killed. IP YOU HAD A NECK At LONG AS THIS PILLOW, AND HAD SORE THROAT TONSILINE KODAK BeveitfHf & Printing Satisfactory Work or No Charge. Tk Natieu) Reacnbruce Stop (Mr. r#?lrr*? Shop. > 14th St. and Pa. Ave. . Opra Evcilagi r Start With a Clean Slate -aniV a clean Desk Tad. You'll find *?me excellent ones at Baum's, as *vell as a complete line of cal radars and diaries. We have a complete stock of BLANK BOOKS. LOOSE LEAF BOOKS, etc. BAUM Paper aad SuHwcry Ct. MC 7fL C* ??H?ilf CcMeabers'i 'u x Phwae Main 7H3S. 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COOPER, Pre* 1 a Total Casualties Announced Now 212,333; 370 Dead. 328 Wounded - In Today's Lists _> ? ? r , t ^ % The War Department gave out two army casualty lists today, which contained 846 names, bringing the total for the army up to 206,808. No marine corps casualty list was issued, but the total previously re ported foi that arm of the service was 5,485. The total for both army and marine corps so far announced is now 212,333. The army lists issued today contained the names of 89 killed in ac tion, 103 died of wounds, 8 died from accident and other causes, 2 died from airplane accident, 168 died of disease, 323 wounded severely, 4 wounded to a degree undetermined, 1 wounded slightly, and 49 missing in action. DISTRICT BOYS IN TODAY'S CASUALTY LISTS. Died of Disease?Private George Tarantlne, 605 Second street northwest. Died of accident (previously reported missing in action)?Lieut. Edward T. Comegys, 3128 Q street northwest. SECTION ONE DIED OF WOUNDS. PRIVATES. Alt., LmtU, Mettltt E. Carlisle. Ark., TomberUna, ChiHta Aft, Heber Rprtap. <??? Ark., WMm Springs, J?M*h 8. Gueae. CmL, SuU Barbara, Michael IMml CaL. Oakland J?ha C. Partridge. Conn.. TVour, Mia E. O'Harm. Oa? JVaota, tan Ja (ic, ViMirta, Htm.. .. __ lia^ Llndale. AnUt O. AHfjr. _ lit. Cnntrell, Thornna J. Gad*elL III.. Urliftta, Hmmt O. Hlekmn. Idaho, Parma, Babirt O. Okaa. Iowa, Atlantic, Pul E. rxkhr. Ky., Colo an. Krmak AiilyiW Ky.. HnatsTtlle. WHHaa H. Glna*. K} ., Ped, WilUaai M. Co*. Ky.. ffkMlm BUB, Bobble Leraden. U., Mow Orleans, Uko Paolo. - B T. Ke St. Clood. Victor J. McCaaaell. Mhu., rotor. J oka P. Daaeha. Clariaoa. Albort C. Aajiwaa. BwttorWjjj*. OmUW. PoItK. .rwaSam, *W?lbar T. Paaater. Neiy HaaUyi^Jacob He' N. Y., Genera. Araenlo Do Nleato. X. T, Koch eater, Arthur Paal Carts N. Y., Brooklyn, Herbert MneNnaa N. Y., Carthage. John Koi X. V, Now York. Jechlcl N. T? Maddloonrille, Mom? ? Ohio, Ctortaaatl. Praak K oh ale Ohio. Cincinnati, Anthony John ? Oh la, Hal land. Ikwart W. Gaan. Ohio, Marion. Errett M. D??r. Ok In., Wntongn. Eaanauel Grtcaotncr Okln., Mnakonee, Hardbn A.dfag1? Ok In.. Chan, Joha L. TnlleyJ Ore., Sheridaa. Oaear Day C ra^ Cohort lie, E4pr C. BrJ Fa.. Bearer Valla. Diner M.l ra_ MiiKiwiwI, wunaaa J.i Pa., Lawa, Walter H. Otartel^ Pa., Irarte, Percy GreaTce. i Fa., tii i Jacob Miller. fwJ. KehroraW*. WUOaaa J. ? Pn.. Mat* College. Char lea K. K I ra.. Columbia. John ltar?d Lantclath, BnrgMi Pn.. laanlalh, HyaW ._ K. I., PmMwei, Carlo U R. C., BJackvUle, Joe V?cr< 8. C* Orooawood. Urt* R ? Tex.. Oateerille, Cbarhy Bird. Tel., Bryan. Phelaa K Craaak Tex., Graabury, Arthar K. Jol Tex., Ceokrille, Saaa A. Pldutt Vn.. EaAeld, Hbnea Butler. Wnah.. Kclao, Artie O. Crumb. Win., Mllwnakoe. John Krnwoayk. Win, Hadaoa. Gaarga Lombard. Wye., Clearntont, atop K Dykea. DIED OF DISEASE. PlITATffl. D. C., Waahlantoa, GEOBGJETABAX TOE, MRs!l?ABY STAXSBTBY. MS SECOND STREET NORTHWEST. Ala., Mllatoad, Ladle Boyd. Ark., Wnohlnctoa, Robert A. Tarter. CmL. Omklaid, BMirII L Gar Cnl.: V- Aagelea. Howard P CaL. " ? g ? O. CaL," Slebert, Joha H. Haabn CoL. Colorado Hpalaga. Gay Conn., Mow MUford. Pnnl B. Conn.. Waterbary, Salraa V Del., WUaauastoa, Elbert L. Plnlaad. r-i1 M?I? JoJ Fin., Gnlaeavllle, John K. Beilah. Kin., T?r~ Jaeeph R. Cabrera. Fin., Grace* Me, Jamea G. EaoU. Fin., Zc 11 wood, Donald Honaton. na, Miami, laaiah PrlaM. tin., fla I a ??all Clnrenco Powell. ldnho, Soda Spring*. Kred J. Call. Idaho. Poet Fella. Lee A. Schlnzel. BL. Chicago, Wniter Calhane. III.. Chleac*. John J. Tracy. IIL, Belleville. Albert C. Vetter. III., Xaahrllle, Noah Waahbnrn. lad., ladlaaapotia, Albert C. Salun. Ion a, Newell, Pater Smith. Iowa, ladtaaola, Milton J. McBroy. Iowa. Maaonvllle. Nlal E, Drake. loan, Tltonka, William Auiamaaa. Italy, sllberno, AngeW M. >ngafonin. Ky., F^mcraon. Jnaoca M. Stephen*. Ky., Cumberlnnd F'aJla, Admiral D. Snail. In. EMxnbeth. Pred llownrd. In., Roaton. Honaod O. White. In, Blf tone, sherldan Goodeaa. Ln.. Spenrrlll''. Jury H. Adock. Mnaa., Laorron^e, Joacph r. Charbonneau. Mmu., Lawrence, Jacob S. Draper. Maaa.. PWehhar*. JtnJoh Koblnaoa. Maan.. New BedfoNTLctI H. Vlnnl. Md., Salisbury. William W. DKhnrooa. Me., Trenton. El wood M. Yonnj. Mo., (olambin Fnlla, Hurhle Allen. M?, Weatbrook, Ernld Harmon. Me.. PenoHcot, Nenl I. Bowea. Mho., Vnaoo. I^onard Holmca. Mia*.. Doodavlllc, Albert l-ockhart. Mlw>.. Hteantobin. Walter C. Poaff. Mhm., MUe. Otho Sellcf*. Mich., Detroit, Kaork H. Knxnajlnn. Mich.. Jnckaea. Gay Tallwtt. Mich.. Algonnc, John B. Thompmn. c^. W&H. Nnylor. Mlna. Becker. Oacnr E. Pcteraoa. Mo.,, Kanaaa CU*. E I>ee. Mo., M. Loula, Enrl H. Neal. Ma.: M eat IJne. Kndpl. H. Prettymnn. Mo.. St. Lonla, Theodore Skngon. Mo SL Loala, Michael Zeller. N. C? lJneolnton. Parmnn Mnrt In. N. C.. Wnranw, Bod BlixelT X C Murphy, Joseph M. Klklns. crjSwfflT WlllUm McKlnley N ?f!!%'abam. Clarence O. HawdWy. C., Smokemont. Jamea Robert Qneoa. N. D., Ronnie View, Harley E. Wallace. Neb.. Toblna, Edward Sleank. Neb., A In*worth, Albert L. Telaen. Neb., Polk. Clnode A. Remington. Neb.. Tlldea. Joha P. Dafnn. N. J.. Jeraey City. Jamea J. Sheridan. N. J.. Patcraoa. WllUam Groaoer. N. J., Pnaanic. Tony Trnhnm. Jr. N. J.. \ Inclnnd, Chnrlea E. Bailey. X. M., Holman. Decldcrlo>lr*fl. N. M.. Tnylor Kurinca. PrnnrUro Lacera. N. v.. OloaeraTllle. Ktodj Ormoal. N. Y.. Buffalo, frank Bellomaatro Can ditto. , . N. Y., Ft lea. Georve Snlndoehn. N. V, Buffalo. Conrnd Schwelkhnrdt. N. Y., Buffalo. Archie L. White. N. V., Brooklyn. SnHatorc \ltelll. N. Y., Stanley, Uwrenrr J. Scott. Jf. Y., Bronx, Joocph Schlerer. N Y. Buffalo. Jerome E Nehlraocr ,51. Y? New York. Paal W. KJ?? N. Y., Mlllerton, (.eorxe A. Evnna. Ohio. Mount Vernon. Harry M. Stntt*. Ohio. Toledo, Prank A. Rooney. i Ohio. I^rnln, Joaeph Scott. Ohio, IxH-klnnd. Klco J. Poole. Ohio. Wellaville. Morton Batea. Ohio, Wlllinmabar*. Clareace P. F.nano. I Okln.. Austin. Wllllnm D. Garrln, Jr. Pa.. Emeraon, Prank H. Burhannn. pi: Nnrberth, Chnrlea T. (onley. Pn.. Kerrmoor. Cheater A. Carry, pi Reyaoldavllle. Chnrlea M. He hart. Pn.. Elmharat, Cecil A. Hartford. it' DeBola. Iran K. Milliard ril Philadelphia. Dallaa W. Kaon*. Pa.. Haanbarc. Oaear J. Lone. Pn., Hwnthmore, Mnariee P. Wltmer. Philadelphia, William H. Stanley. i r. lWt- Willie H. Cobb. S. C, Ellnffton. John Edwnrdn. S. C., Port Motto, Rlchnrd Plnkney. S. C? Baaelaiille. John H. Powem. Town.. Dorer. I Beama Pry or. Tax., Taoca. Walter Eekhardt. Tex., Tolbcrt. Rlchnrd M. Brook*. Tex.. San Antonio. Victor L. Bailey. Tax.. Hoaaton. Joha ColMaa. Tex.. Lofrlarlllo. Chnrlea L. Hrdeo. in., Chlncotatne, Hurry S. Htoch. Vn., Mount Salon. Em*ett W. Keller. Va.. Salem. Walter Htm Haley. VI, Saarabary, Prad I OWea VU Waa? ^ Lnaaothe, Wnah., Kldraflald. WUUaaa B. Waif. Waah.. RlTeraide, Lloyd C. Dackett. nah, Moot Vernon. Wlllkm I- Fader. Mh., Seattle, Stlliiancs A. Ksriwos. W. Va, Mo?ndaville. Joe 8. Wlklto. Wli., JanssTille, Andrew 8. Conn *11. Win, on. William F. Wrt?f. Wla, Barron, John II. SECTION TWO KILLED IN ACTION LIEUTENANTS. *??-. Dover, Jibm J. Rook. Mam., Medford, Walter P. Desmond. N. Y, New York, Ernest H. Holdeo. Rene, Leonard C. Aitken. Ohio, Polk, Prank R. Womer. Pa, Imperial, Jeha Martin WsaolmVl. SERGEANTS. III., Chicago, Elmer E. Nelson. , Mleh, Oshkoah, Marvin E. Ha pel. I Va, Norfolk. Klma Belcher. CORPORALS. IIL, Chhaco, lrthel Joaeo. N. Y., Now York, Jamea Perry. N. Y., Now York. William ShorU, jr. N. H.. UtchOHd, William H. Hnllaii I. Pt? PltUkirfh, Arthar W. Dollman. Pa., Philadelphia. Storm oat Pollnrt. MECHANICS. Wla., Bunr, Kdwia Aailrnoa. Wla., Pom da Lac, George W. Z. lismil PRIVATE8. Can, Aaaoala, Arthar J. Gingras. Italy, Palermo, Domlnleo, Iowa, Marble Raek. Jake We Mleh.. National Mine, Edward Thornton. Mo., St. Jooeph, Ralph E. Tracy. Minn., La Baoui, Walter Haamami. N. Y., Brooklyn, Charlea H. Pflater. Ohla. Akron. Oswald Zinkaad. Ohio, Dayton, George E. Waltman. Pa., Elk land. Jooeph P. Stedloek. Pa Philadelphia, Samuel Turner. rTL, Hamlltoa, William H. Cutting. Tex., Honsten, Weoley Tmley. Wla, Cornell. J??ph Wlenach. PRIVATES. CaL, 8m Franeiaoo, Leon Anfot Jac?tte CaL, Oakland. Samuel Rusaell. CaL, KeawWk, Mlcheie OdeOo. Conn., New Lsadaa. Samuel Gear. tohet, Panne l|iiwin, Xpalea, Candia, Emu, Emannel Dermitxakia. IIL, Narth Chicago. Jnmea Shnrrin. IIL, Hndaaa, Matthew Lawrence. 111., Traasont, Charlea C. GMThora. Ind, Osgood, William GlllaM. lawn. Hartley, J ah any J. Reat. Italy, Vnlmonton, Pietra Pissnti. | Ky., Madisoavilie, William M. Oldham. Ky? LaaisTtne. Alfred Hicks. Maaa., GUhertvllle. John J. Murdoch. Woreeater. " Md, Fiakaborg, Edward Cofraa. Mleh. RM Axe, Charlea P. Reehl. Mian., Dnlath. Axel William Ol Minn., Laverae. Harald J. Hasan. I Minn, Parlbanit, Thomas Anaeau. Mast.. Lewlstoa, Joe G. Cowaa. Mo, Saline, Gay Derringer. Mo, EoUa, Jackson H. Karris* N. Y, New York. Henry Evans. N. Y, New York. Walter Y. Ra.scafraU. N. Y, BdTalo, Staaley KaralthowakL N. Y, Brook 1} a, John Amiar. N. Y, Lang Island City. Edward F. RJelly. N. Y, Brooklyn, Anthony-J. Boyarski. N. Y, Rraahlya, lean Onislh. N. Y, Brooklyn, Arthar Crnndle. N. Y, Jama Ira, Arthar Hapaaa. N. Y, Brook iy a. Elaar Ostrom. N. J, East Orange, Elmer Da Noarle. Ohio., Lima, Charley Batl. ?, Joel L. Baagh. Okla, Heaaoeoey, Everett M. Ohla., Moyers, Okla. Pnwhaakn, Raleigh G. MeCnrtney. Pa, Eau>, Raymond A. Eater ley. R. I, Eden Park, Robert P. Scott. R. L. Pawtaeket, Harold E. Price. Russia. Vltaa. Makadym LowUI. S. C.. Charleston, Isaac Baa man Teaa, I.skslville, Clnrence MeK. Fergnsoa. Tenn, Colombia, Eraeat Ferris. Tean., Jaoeph, Thomas C. Tex, Honey Grove. William Tex, Aransas Paaa, Dm W. ' Tax., Soathamsd, Lather Seer sat. Tex, Pitta Bridge. Heary Caatareepi. Tex, Humble. Jeha L. Baaks. : Va, Richmond, Roraett Glbbs. Wash, Seattle, JeFersoa Lee. W. Va., Spencer, Emmett H. Rhodes. 1 W. Va, Ada, Okie E. Rotoertsoa. | Wla, Argale, Oscar Anderson. | Wla., Appletoa, Peter Losaclyaog. DIED OF WOUNDS. L1ELTEN ANT8. Ala, Anharn, Victor May. CaL, Dearer, Theodore K. BnahneD. SERGEANTS. Gn? Jack von, Matthew Ramsey. Ill, Chlcaga. Frank S. Smlejkewski. Mich, Muskegon. William E. Andrews. Mich, Flint, Arthur Henry Hardy. Md, Baltimore. Robert B. Atkinson. N. Y, Brooklyn, August Felilbehr. N. C, 1 cnoir. Jnmes W. Klncalde. Pa, Dorrancetoa, Ralph G. Covert. Pa, Monoooea, Frank l?es. Pa, Philadelphia, Philip G. Mellek. Pa, Pockrllle, William E. Raw lings. Tex., Dallas, Earl Scott. Va, Benaottcreek, William P. Odom. Wis, Barron, Alrln E. Hamblet. CORPORALS. Italy, Aqaila, Julius Lucarelll. Md., Baltimore, J alius Blackwell. N. Y, Little FaMs, Leo B. Decker. N. Y, New York, Walter E. field ma no. ' N. Y, Binghamton, Eugene Harell. I V. Y, Brooklyn, Jixteph A. McCaliater. ! N. Y, New Yark, Leo Ruf. , Olilo, North Lima, Clinton Fisher. Tenn., Lafollette, John T. Sharp. BUGLER. ; N, C, Palmervllle, Frits A. Creakmaa. WAGONER. Maaa, Lawrence, .lampa Ryan. PRIVATES. Ma, JapUn, Floyd Williams. Ohio, fprlng Valley, William H. Hayle. Okla, Fletcher, William A. Roberta. DIED OF DISEASE. CAPTAIN. N. C, Charlotte, James W. Squires. LIBCTENANTS. Ind, Honey Creek, Bennie L. Englerth. Ind, South Bend, John 51. McCarthy, la., Jeanerette, Frank A. Moore. Mass., Walthsm. James B. Chadwlek. Neb, Belle* ne, Ralph E. Martin. N. Y, Leon lake, Timothy L. White. N. C, Cnry, Millard G. Eatman. Pa, Philadelphia, William Earl Stephens. Pa, Kingston, Malcolm P. Law. Wla, Chetek, Leslie J. Phillips. CORPORALS. Ark, Olyphant, Frlssell Hall. Coaa, Bridgeport, Charles A. Weston. lown, Adair, Hans P. Soreneen. Iowa, Oakalooaa, Loala J. Turner. Ill, Chicago. Anthony H. Allen. la., New Orleans, Herbert J. Morris. Minn* Albert Len, Harry Ilaroldsen. N. Y, Jamaica, Edwin Robinson. N. Y, Fulton. William Joseph Seaalon. Ohio, Ohio City. Robert 4*uadrn. Pa, Glenalde, Coleman R. Havens. Pa, Slippery Rock, George Frederick Sny S. C., Hawthorne. Levi Chnrona. Wash, Seattle, Alfred H. Peterson. FIELD CLERK. Wis, Mllwnnkee, Peter R. Feldman. WAGONERS. Gn, Sparta, Jesse W. Logue. Coaa, Manchester, Jahn J. MeCann. Ill, Chicago, Arnold Lange. MECHANIC. Yt, Burlington, Willlnm H. Mayo. COOK. Me, Waterville, Henry Bntler. PRIVATES. TO., Chicago. Edwin W. Nelaoo. La, Dixie, Earl Brltton. Maaa., East Boaton, Carl A. Granstrom. N. Y, New York. Walter W. CarlUe. Ohio, Fremoat, John P. Ifenry. Ohio, Marion, Howard W. Riley. Pa, Contest ille, Eugene F. Scott. Teaa, Greeartlle, James E. House. DIED OF AEROI'LAKE ACCIDENT LIEVTRNANT*. Not, Line*la, Winfleld Starr I **?-. P?M?nUwn?y, John J. Ftaber. ! DIED FRCM ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES HEBGKANT. V*., Central Point, Everett L. lijrd. |_ _ _ CORPORAL. N. T., Bron-.., Joaeph 8ehop*. I- _ , . PRIVATES. ... . i ? ? < v J*-' Welnkn, Alvtn K. Joh noon. Maaa., Allato*, (hark* P. Solomon. ?"*W}n, Thorn** A. MeSJrheL ?kJ?" **<???*?. Mart *. Rogers. (iathm, KnUtt Oerr?h. T"x-? Beanmamt, Shade K. Brent. CAPTAIN SMITH MUSTERED INTO D. C. NATIONAL GUARD Capt Sydney Smith, commanding the National Capital Volunteer Guard, was mustered into the District na tional guard last night at the" Ar mory, Fifth and I? streets northwest Two companies of 100 men each have already been 'organised. Equipment and uniforms have been issued to one %nd plans have been made for tho I outfitting of the other. Every effort will be made to bring the returning District- guardsmen back into the Armory companies. Plans 'Tor clubrooms have been completed. They will be at the Ar-1 I mory building, and will be reserved as a trAeting center for overseas and [ loyal service men. The statement was made that mill-1 tary service ? badges will be present-! ed to tfre men who enlisted from the j membership of the national guard. Approximately 12,000 of thefee hav.i been ordered by the Board of Trade *nd the Retail Merchants and Manu facturers' Association. PERSHING LETTER PRAISESD.C. NURSE A copy of the letter received by Miss Tyjdesley L. Sands, of 1315 Park road northwest, from General Per shing, commending her for bravery, reached Mrs. Mary L. Sands, the mother of the girl, today. Miss Sands is with the Red Cross In Europe. Accompanying the copy of General Pershing's letter was a short note from Brig. Gen. Richard Bullock. General Bullock's note reads: "It gives me great pleasure to transmit to you this message of ap preciation for your noble service and devotion to duty as outlined by our commander-in-chief." General Pershing's letter reads: "I have heard with great pleasure of your conduct on the night of June 30, 1918, when, during a hostile aero raid, you displayed great courage and coolness, and brought cheer and com fort to the -helpless patients under your charge. "I am proud and happy to have un der ray command a nurse who has set such a high standard of fortitude. "JOHN J. PERSHING." Thrift Stamp* bought for ynrwlf or roar children cultivate the right ?vlrtt. 1 White House for Rent' ( No, Only Temporarily Vacant, Inquirer Learns , President Wilson may hare left the country,' bot the Whit? | House Isn't for rent. Some one inquired on the phone today what the rent was and how ?ootr they could have possession. Informed that the White House was only vacant temporarily, the I party apologised profusely, ex plaining that he had the wrong number. '? ARMY AIR SERVICE HEAD TO TALK AT CLUB SMOKER I All air service officers have been in vited to a membership smoker of the Air Service Club at the Army and Navy Club tomorrow evening to meet the new head of the army air service, i Major Charles T. Menoher, and some | of the American aces who have Just returned from the front. The program includes talks by Gen eral Menoher, Q*n. 'William Kenly, Lieut. Col. William Thaw, Major C. J? Biddle, Capt. Douglas Campbell and others. Air service motion pictures will be shown. Though the Air Service Club's Asso ciation is a new organisation, it has more than 1.100 members. MS FORMER CZAR STIiL LIVES ASOHANOEU Jan. 9.?Information from several soarces which tpp?cr to be reliable today * lead many to be lieve that Nicholas Romanoff, former Cxar of Russia, and his family are alive. On November 18 last a letter was received by the Russian Grand Duk* Cyril from the former Grand Duchess Tatiana. one of the former Czar's daughters. In which she said that the former impress and her daughters are alive and that th*,ex-Csar has mot been shot. When the Bolshevlkl ordered Nicho las shot, Coant T offered to lay down his life Nicholas for a time objected, but finally consented. The ex-Csar then escaped. ARRANGE DOftlE FUNERAL. The body of William B Do We, prominent business man of Washing ton and Alexandria, Va., who dM at Weehawken. N. J.. yesterday, will be taken to the home of bis mother, 311 Wolfe street, Alexandria, tomorrow. In preparation for burial. Mr. Dobie was thirty-oight years old. For the past fourteen years he had been man ager of the IS. Morrison Papsr Com pany, in this city. He Is survived by his wife, l?ra Grace B. Dobie, and one son. 2 HURT HERE IN ' 4 AUTO CRASHES | -? Alfred Glaaoooek. of > ?U atreet wotlxut. today to at Ma ? ^ la ?l?bt ill erutod Into u by Dm Wa Tobacco.' la front of fW Ntaboto Aa automobile iiina by W. D. of flt It at root Norman flalfbt. of tiw Corpa, atationed at 81xth and Fannaytvanla a' wwit, Uat alchl Both badly dtrrjir^i SU?bt daaiai* nmltad mobile, operated by Dr. 1 of ? r atreet nortbea* aa automobile drlrwi by rett, of ms at Tenth and K ToiUvar Riley. operator of a Wa Department auto track. face and be wa bile of the Balgarlarf Itfattoo, at ond and Bryant HBkbSsp sM4M Satisfy"?what does Maf mean? Chesterfields touch the smoke-spot; which is another way of saying that they let you know you are smoking?they "Satisfy" ! Still, they're mild, ? The just-right" blend of imported and domestic tobaccos does it?and the blend can't be copied. Today, try Chesterfields. moisture-proof package.