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35 PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIERS FALL IN BATTLEOVERSEAS 1,075 Names on Lists of War Casualties Made Public by Department . Washington, Nov. .14. —Today's casualty lists issued by the War Department contain 1,076 names, 328 of whom were killed in action. Thirty-five Pennsylvanians are among the latter. The summary and lists follow: Killed in action 328 Died of wounds 115 Wounded severely 72 Wounded, degree unde termined, ~ 164 | Wounded slightly 126 Stomach Distress Stops Instantly! jSure, quick, pleasant relief from Indigestion Pain, Gas, Acidity, Heartburn or Dyspepsia. * Stomach distress ends tiPSET/? Pape's Diapepsin w l y<S t feet Our Fighting Men Assured of Their "Makings'*— the Government Releases Part of the Output of "BULL " DURHAM Tobacco. /• is good news from Washington! Since April, at the request of the Government, our entire output of "BULL" DURHAM, thirty-six million sacks a month, has been going to our fighting men —going forward with the colors —until now every camp, every billet, every naval station and every ship is sup plied and the Government is assured that wherever our boys in v khaki and in blue are —there also is "BULL" DURHAM. For this purpose, was our entire output requested and given. The purpose accomplished—and full supplies of "BULL" DURHAM guaranteed for the future —the Government has released the remain ing part of the "Makings of a Nation" for civilian consumption. Ask your dealer for a sack of "Bull," and once again, with your own hands, roll a cigarette for yourself —a cigarette machines can't imitate —the mildest , the most fragrant , the most economical cigarette in the world. Thus, we know, you will welcome good old "Bull" home again. For "Bull" has done his bit gladly and well and will continue to do it right into Berlin. iNCOtt PO 9ATID .NEW YORK *• • ♦ \. - \ The Makings a a ** cn " THURSDAY EVENING, Died of disease 100 Died of accidents and other causes 4 Missing in action, 166 Total, 1,076 * KILLED IX ACTION Captain Charles G. Reilly, Pittsburgh. Lieutenant E. Thorp Van. Dusen, German town, Philadelphia. • Sergeants Floyd C. Dewitt, Pittsburgh. George Morgan, Scranton. Corporals George K. Green, Chambersburg. .Robert V. Ritter, West Chester. James Yost, Chester. Privates Patrick J. Conroy, West Home stead. Robert W. Culmer, Beave.- Falls. Peter William Cummings, Punx sutawney. George H. Eluke, Hunkers. George D. Cook, Philadelphia. Livio Lisalvo. Reading. -Vincerit Martini, Philadelphia. Harry Hirsch, Philadelphia. William J. Hurd, Renovo. Earl Kissel, St. Marys. Charles Kuztnskt, Wllken Town ship. Frederick Puts, Philadelphia. Lee Rush, Wayneaburg. Abram L. Turner. Royersford. DIED FROM WOUNDS RECEIVED IN, ACTION I Lieutenant James D. Bebout, Pittsburgh. Sergeant . , John Patrick Connell, Franklin. Coi'pornls , George .Albert Marburger, Camp Hill. Lloyd D. Tschoppr Elisabethvllle. Privates Feter J. Conway, Philadelphia. Thomas Devlne, Whltaker. Dnrdel W. Fyock, South Fork. Lloyd Robert Graham, Webster, Westmoreland county. John J. Herzing, Ridgway. Frank A. Johnson, Philadelphia. Joseph F. Leslie, Johnstown. Arthur Cnmmarata, Philadelphia. Michael Korotki, Erie. Joseph T. Long, Darby. Jolly V. Walker, Pitcairn. John Weld, Johnstown. Howard H. Raabo, Tamaqua. Arthur L. Russell, Bedford. LIED OF ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES Private Harry Z. Bdideman, Ambler. DIED OF DISEASE Seijreants Robert B. Stuart, Sugar Grove, Warren county. George S. Caldwell Catasauqua. Privates / Pasqunle Balasone, Philadelphia. Anson L. De Coursey, Erie. Frank E. Dempsey, Emporium. Michael J. Grady, Jr., Philadel phia. Jacob H. Hirneisen, Denver. Asa L. Hock man. Ottsvtlle. Harrison Lever, Philadelphia. .Clyde R. Lewis, Mlllnesvllle. isvtln H. Schmoyer, Mecungle. Guy M. Swcigert, Lancaster. Francis Urbanis, Philadelphia. E-<H X Wolpert. Duncannon. WOUNDED SEVERELY IN ACTION Privates Allen G. Harley, Troppe. Edward Y. Pulton, Philadelphia. Enrico Ciotti, Reading. KXXUUSBURG TELEGRAPH Stephen Glerot. Reading. ' Davy L. McNeil. Emporium. WOUNDED (DEGREE UNDETER MINED) Privates Clyde V. Reed. .Philadelphia. Henry O. Relnhart, Trexertown. WOUNDED BUUHTLY IN ACTION Sergeant William F. Schelly, Allehtown. Corporal Ellas EvaerofT, Philadelphia. Cook Vyvyan G. Drewett, Whet Phila delphia. Privates Charles E. Belman, West Phila delphia. Harry Lewis Chllcott, Kane. Eugene Culbert, Pine Grove, Schuylkill county. Elmer A. George, Houtzdaje. Warren Greene, Clifton Heights. Willard Camp. Mount Carmel. Samuel Kolb, Philadelphia. Howard L. Rumberger, Renovvo. The following casualties were published this morning: KILLED IN ACTION Sergeants Ernest C. Parson. Brockwayville. •James A. ost. White Deer. • George Harmoqy, South Bethle hem. James A. Kelly. Philadelphia, v Earl F. Leckrom, State Line. . Ellsworth J. Lew. Carrick. Corporals Edward Henry Ackerman, Ilel lertown. Ross D. Ervln, Bloomsburg. Raymond W. HenderhOn, Pitts burgh. Clark R. McWllllams. Hanover. Charles P. Cooper, Pittsburgh. Everett Hogoboom. Wheelervllle. Alovsius King, Philadelphia. Frank Harold Shatubaugh, Titus vllle. Privates Kenneth P. Carter, North East. Dnn Davis, Farrell. John Edward Hamlin, Kvlertown. Norman Herbert Klein, Grove City. Arthur Leslie Cannon, Lansdale. Ormlll S. Cummtngs, Philadel phia. Robert K. Dewees,' McVeytown. Asthony D 1 Vlto, Philadelphia. George E. Irvin, Lltttz. Tony Petulla, Oil City. James Plcone, Philadelphia. Meyer Sexlnksi, Pittsburgh. David C. Vincent, Franklin. Daniel L. McManamon, Sugar Notch. Seraflno Melchiorre, Monaca. Elmer S. Showalter, Denver. WOUNDED SEVERELY Sergeant Francis P. Mulholland, Philadel phia. Corporal John G. Doran, Jr., Pittsburgh. Privates Samuel Blake Klrkpatrick, Dun cannon. WOUNDED (DEGREE UNDETER MINED) Sergeants Robert Rupert, Frank. Arthur W. Davis, Scranton. Coi porals • Harry M. Brown. Lancaster. Thomas H. McGlynn, Avoca. Albert J. Reeves, Jelly town. Privates Walter D. Mease, Reading. Alfred E. Crawford. Erie. William James Ewlng, Philadel phia. Clay S. Holden, Philadelphia. Charles F. Kehoe, Philadelphia. George Keith. Philadelphia. David Ivan Kreitzer, Mechanlcs burg. Charles R. Pascoe, Stockdale. WOUNDED SLIGHTLY Corporals 1 Charles W. Hummel, Smoking Dam. William Leary. Chester. Prviatcs Robert Hesley, Philadelphia. Joseph Wawrzyk, Munhall. MISSING IN ACTION Lieutenant Henry B. Hudson, Ben Avon. Corporal Joseph A. Dwyer, Philadelphia. Privates Irgln. J. Anglestein. Catasnuqua. Frank D. Bassler, Queen Lane. Walter L. Blegemann, Philadel phia. Jai:\es Blaugher, Homestead. Martin Bllcharz, Philadelphia. Sherman R. Boreman, Lcwistown. Antonio Brlda, Philadelphia. Fellks Budsinski, Philadelphia. Agostino Cancellieri, Philadel phia. William D. Christy, Philadelphia. Joseph Francis Cusic, Broughton. Leopard J. Daily, Philadelphia. Gulseppe De Collis, St. Clair. Benjamin R. Dolan, Philadelphia. Charles J. Dougherty, Philadel phia. Joseph Dumdruskie, Shamokin. John Eckert, Spring City. Ijbyd Elmire, Lancaster. Clarence H. * Foster, Pittsburgh. Fred Goldberg, Philadelphia. Joseph Gorskl, Shenandoah. Clayton Samuel Grimm, NOTth amptonk Michael F. Harrison, Minooka. William Hetlierington, Philadel phia. Wesley C. Hoffman, Pillow. Willis Jackson, Chester. Abraham Katz, Philadelphia. Henry Klein, Philadelphia. George H. Kelmel, Philadelphia. Samuel 1). Rooms, (110 Boyd street, Harrlsbqfg. Adrian Lester Lippcrt, Bradford. James J. McKeon, Philadelphia. Joseph K. Mackay, Philadelphia. Boleslaw W. Meszkowskl, Phila delphia. Charles J. Rooney, Broughton. Fred J. Sachs, Philadelphia. Sylvanlus L. Bteele, Temple. Clarence C. Warner, Holsopple. Walter Wells, Philadelphia. Albert J. Wfhkle, Philadelphia. 316 th Infantry Fought and Died Like Heroes, Writes Company Commander Tribute was paid to members of the 316 th Infantry by Captain John Mclnness Somers, of Philadelphia, commander of Company M, when he said: "They fought and died like real men and heroes —they all do It, and one should never be cited for bravery over another." The 816 th is composed largely of Dauphin county men. Captain Somers was in command of his company only two days of what he terihs "Ave days of hell." After that he commanded the bat talion, his major having been killed. "On the last big advance," he writes, "in one of the most historic sectors and the bloodiest of France, this division got Its first real fight ing. Never did I think or know what a real shambles would look like! The first two days were bad enough, but the last three no one will ever forget who ived through them. We lost very heavily, as our artillery could not keep up and sup port us. "We were fighting five days ip rain and no food at all and very little sleep. After five days of heavy ar tillery one doesn't sleep well. "From rumors I hear, I think the Germans are beginning to get their bellies full of our kind of fighting, for we certainly have been hammer ing away relentlessly, and where we get a start we don't stop for any thing—through machine guns, gas and their heaviest artillery. They don't understand it." Edison on Witness Stand; Inventor Is Called in Suit New York. —Thomas A. Edison was a witness in the Supreme Court action against him for $6,891 brought by Archbald M. Ostrom, as commis sion on a contract for the British government. Counsel for Ostrom sought to have the inventor identify his 'signature to a letter. "It looks like my signature," re plied Mr. JJdison. "I'll tell you if It s mine if you will let me read the let ter." He read the epistle, recalled the contents and then, said the sig nature was his. J. P. Morgan, who was to be a witness, was excused because of his confidential relations with the Brit ish government. Y. R. 11l of Sciatica; Likely to Lose Tooth New York, Nov. 14.—Colonel The odore Roosevelt Is in danger of los ing one of those famous teeth. In a statement issued by his sec retary, Miss Josephtne M. Strieker, It was explained that the rheumatic condition from which the Colonel is suffering Is believed to be due to the condition of one tooth, which ylll probably have to be extracted. As the offender is a molar, its loss wlir not detract from the Roosevelt smile Dr. John H. Richards .the Colo nel's physician, visited him at the hospital and gave him a thorough examination. After this visit Miss Strieker gave out a statement in which she said that Dr. Richards re ported Colonel Roosevelt's physical condition as "excellent, his blood pressure and arteries being those of a man of forty." HOME FOR FRIENDLESS RECEIVES CONTRIBUTIONS Elvira I. Mader, matron of the Harrlaburg Home For the Frlend- less, announced to-dny the follow ing donations made to the institu tion: Porch swing, Mrs. E. R. Pierce: entertainment by the Junior C. E. Society of the Nagle Street Church of God; house clothes. Miss Hogan: books, St. Stephen's Episcopal ' Church; bread, Mrs. Bowman, 1810 Are You Helping to Paint Your Block Red Have You. Given As Liberally As You Should t / Our Boys Have Done Their Part Now It Is Up to YOU to Do YOURS The Seven-in-One Campaign Means that seven organizations that look after the welfare of our boys have combined in one Big Drive. Therefore, when giving your sub scription, give as much in this one drive as you would have given in seven separate drives. You must help to raise Harrisburg's quota of SIBO,OOO. . You must help that your block is 100% so it can be painted red on ward Map and Map at Court House. When Passing the Court House Look At City Map Then look if your block is Red, if not go in your neighborhood and find who is holding out. Measure YOUR Subscriptions In DOLLARS It Will Take Dollars to Do the Work Have your subscription ready when your Ward worker calls. Do not make him come the second time The Whole City Should Be . Painted Red • I ' t United War Work Campaign Headquarters, Gilbert Building, Market St. NOVEMBER 14, 1918. North Four'h street; watermelons, peaches, apples, potatoes, thirty bushels of corn, barrel of cider, Mrs. E. C. ICunkel; two baskets of peaches and sugar, Miss Jenn'.fc Dill; 16 pumpkins, B. F. Mader; pump kins, a friend: turnips, Mrs. J. Early; 'two Jars of preserves, Mrs. Brown; home picnic by W. C. T. U. vffSK Gray Hair Wk A preaaratlea far reetortai natural ealar • my er '.d.d heir. far reaiavlae dead ruff end ae a kalrdm vlm. I> net dye. fleaereue aired botiiee at all leaiere. ready to uee. Phlla Hay C.. Newark. N. J.