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I 103 SOLDIERS
I REPORTED DEAD
■ Total of 214 Names Are In-
B eluded in Four
■ \\ nxhingtun. March 11.—Four lists
K of casualties to day contain a total
HR of 244 names, summarized as follows:
Killed in action IS
Hied from wounds ,32
B Died from accident and other
causes S
B\ Died of disease 53
EB Missing in action 5
■j Wounded severely 29
■■ Wounded (degree undetermined) 51
HI Wounded slightly 56
ttji Total 244
B Pennsylvania:!* mentioned ars:
§gf IMKII FHOH WOIXDJ
HB Privates
B John Armstrong, Clearfield.
IB Joseph Ochuita, Philadelphia.
DIED OF ACCIDENT \!W> OTHER
B CAUSES
Private
Forres: W. Saalfrank. Philadelphia.
MISSING lli ACTION
B lieutenant
■?' Walter W. Craig. New Bethleham.
KILLED IN ACTION
Hp Privates
|||| John Maleozeroski. Philadelphia, i
EE Frank A. Martin. Andalusia.
Bf| Frank Mieski, Crelghton.
B DIED OF DISEASE
H Lieutenant
Bp John Conlin Kerr. Williamsport.
B
Sife Camille Vauthier, Philadelphia.
Privates
|j§j Frank Brownrigg, Fq&d City.
pp Russels Eme?t, Summerset.
B tlliant V. Fatzlnger. Allentown. |
B WOl VDED SEVERELY
Bp Private
Pp William Gurtner, Carrick.
t*fe DIED FROM Hill YDS Ii'REVIOI S
■ I.V REPORTED DIED OF DISEASE) I
EB Llrutenant
B Frank It. Fleming, Franklin.
B KILLED IN ACTION, PREVIOI SLY .
B REPORTED MISSING 1\ ACTION J
SB Private
Bp. Michael Junior, New Philadelphia, j
Bp Sit i. i . HOSPITAL. PREVIOUSLY
■B REPORTED MISSIYt; 1\ ACTION
■§ Private
BK Silvestro Digrugario. Philadelphia. 1
Ejfe RETIRNED TO Dl TV. PREVIOUS-.
EK ' V REPORTED MISSING IN ACTION
H Privates
■J Philip Donofrio, Philadelphia.
B Sherman C. Starrett. Philadelphia. \
Jrl ERRONEOUSLY REPORTED DIED
OF DISEASE
l.ieutennnt
John C. Kerr, Pittsburgh,
(jg ERRONEOUSLY REPORTED I
YY'Ol NDED (DEGREE I NDETER
MINED)
Private
IB Archie Dunn. Philadelphia.
YYOUNDED SLIGHTLY
gjpSr- Corporal
f'v- Edward J. Snyder. Lancaster.
JgJJ§ I'rivaiM
tJjT Vlto Altimura, Cecil.
•lohn W. Hunt, Centerville.
Fred A. Moyer, Kobesonia.
YYOINDED (DEGREE UNDETERM
INED!
Captain
Samuel P.aleigh Irwin. Cherry Tree. :
Sergeant
Thomas S. Davis. Pittsburgh.
Privates
Oscar W. Langeland, Athens.
John J. Miller, Plymouth.
Antonio Miltiadowni. Butler.
WOUNDED SLIGHTLY
Private
James Samuel Speer, Parker.
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TUESDAY EVENING; SARIUSBUHG IAKAI TEEEGKJLPH ~ MARCH 11, VTTV.
Typical Scene From
"Queen of the Sea"
Even realism isn't enough these j
days, according to Annette Kellerman.
the internationally famous woman
swimmer.
"They wanted realism recently in j
a picture in which I was starred," |
she explains, "and so they stretched j
a cable from a tower on a point of j
land, across an arm of the sea. to
the mainland opposite. Then they |
j induced me to get out oh the wire
while some one shopped it near the
j tower end and plunged me Into the
■ eight-flve feet of space between my
j starting point ana the water. I did
the stunt five times before the picture I
I 'took.'
I "The other day I was witnessing '
I a private showing oi tne production. !
j A party of women were present who
i did not know me. and I overhead one |
i of them remark, knowingly: 'Oh. that j
I isn't real! It couldn't be! They musta j
I used a dummy.' I didn't remain to I
; see the rest of the picture. YVhat
I was the use, after that?"
i The thrilling dive which Miss Kel- j
i '.erman made is shown in the newest '
| William Fox submarine spectacle,
' "Queen of the Sea," which is being
j shown at the Victoria today, YY'ednes
dav and Thursday.
i :
Funeral Services Held
For Augustus Wildman
Funeral services for Augustus'
Wildman. who died Friday noon fol- j
j lowing a brief illness, were held at 1
4 o'clock this afternoon at his late 1
residence. 2206 North Third street.!
The Harrisburg Lodge. Benevolent j
i and Protective Order of Elks, tyis 1
jin charge of the services. Pall bear-!
| ers were A. H. Kreidler, George W.
! Heini, Dr. J. E. Dickinson. E. C. Mc-!
j Kee. J. U L. Kuhn and Fred W.
| Dinger. Yir. Wildman was one of
! the best-known contractors and j
j builders in the city, was prominent j
I in politics and was a former Assem-j
blyman.
The funeral was attended by thej
| city's best-known businessmen, who
I had been associated with Mr. Wild-j
i man.
Former Local Minister
Dies After Long Service
YY ord %is been received here of i
the death in Martinsburg, W. VrfN of,
the Rev. C. W. Hussier, prominent!
minister of the United Brethren!
i Church He was formerly chaplain!
of the Governor's Troop and was j
widely known here. The Rev. Mr. I
Hussler was engaged in the active!
ministry for more than forty years,
and was well known throughout the
territory of the Pennsylvania Con
ference.
B. Clyde Campbell
Funeral services for B. Clyde
Campbell, a victim of the wreck at
Heaton, N. J., were held at his late i
home in Enola yesterday at 2 !
o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Sharp of the
Zion Lutheran church and the Mas
ons had charge of the funeral ser
vices.
Mr. Campbell was born and raised
in Georgetown, Lancaster county, j
He was a son of the late Dr. and
Mrs. John Campbell. He was twice ,
married, his first wife being Miss
Sallie Trout of Bart, who is survived •
by a son, John YV. His second wife,
who was Miss Delia Walter of New 1
Kingston, survives hint, and in ad
dition there are three other sons,
Walter, Joseph and Robert, a sister, '
Anna, wife of W. A. Scott, Quarry
ville. Mr. Campbell was aged 45
years.
MRS. A. W. GUTHRIE
Mrs. A. W. Gufhrie, a former resi
dent of this city, died at her home,
Jamica Park, Long Island, March 6,
after a long illness.
War Expense Probe
in Republican Plan
YY aNhington, March 11.—Chairmen
of eight of the House committees on
Expenditures of Government Depart
ments, which the Republicans of the
next Congress plan to use for inves
tigations of war expenses and other
departmental activities were selected'
yesterday by the Republican Com
mittee on Committees. They are:
YVar Department Expenditures, Gra
ham: Illinois: Justice. White, Maine;
, Treasury. Dale. Vermont; Public
Buildings. Kreider, Pennsylvania;
Commerce. YVilliams, Illinois; Agricul
ture, Baer, North Dakota.
Chairmen of three other expendi
tures-Committees are yet to be se
lected.
The three committees on elections
will be headed by Dallinger, Massa
chusetts: Goodall, Maine and Dowel),
lowa. Chairmen of several mir.or
committees also wer e chosen as fol
lows: Accounts, Ireland. Illinois;
Alcoholic Liquor Traffic, Smith, Ida
ho; Labor, Smith, Michigan; Patents.
Nolan, California; Revision of Laws,
Little, Kansas; Arid Lands, Kinkaid.
Nebraska; Reform in Civil Service,
Lohlback, New Jersey; Flood Control!
Rodenberg. Illinois; Coinage, Weights
and Measures, Vestal, Indiana.
Numerous assignments to the min
or committees also were made after
the *rjew members had been chosen
for the Rules Committee. With the
assignment of members to the Rules,
Committee, the Republicans complet
ed selections for all tge principal
committees except that hn Merchant
Marine, which will consider the pol
icy of operating the biA fleet that
America has built during |he war.
Standing of the Crews
HARRISBURG SIDE
Philadelphia Division The 117
crew to go first after 1 o'clock: 121,
130. 115 111, 119, 109, 112, 103, 125
and 106.
Engineers for 119, 125, 130.
Conductors for 119.
Brakemen for 103, 109', 11. 112.
115 and 122.
Engineers up: Ream. I. H. Gable.!
Karr- Houseal. Shoaff. Andrews. Blnk- I
ley. jSmith. Stauffer, Gaeckler, S. K.
Stefty.
Firemen up: Thompson. Mace, Sen- i
senig. Creswell, Wilhide. Freysinger, |
Ellis, Fry, Straub, Swartz, Westfall,
MCGonlgal, Large, Maione, Lenard, j
Ressler, McCune, McKonley, Bickel. i
Conductors up: Delaney.
Brakemen up: Boughter, Burger, >
Home, Enders, Ambrose. Port, Eieh
elberger. Benizer, Killain. Arndt, i
Minnichan, Wood, Espenshade, Etz
wiler, Mongatt, Murphy, Beiford, Sey- I
mour, YVeibner.
Middle Division The 27 crew to go
first after 3 'o'clock: 24. 19. 26, A's,
20 and 33.
Engineers wanted for 24.
Conductors wanted for 25, 33.
Brakemen for 27. 25, 33.
Engineers up: Blizzard, Fisher. O.
W. Snyder. Hawk, Moretz. Smith,
1 Sweger. Kline, Rathefon, Cook, l'eigh
!' tal, Asper. Fettermer, Brink, Titler,
Peters.
Firemen up: SheafTer, Peters, Han
cock. Kintz. Delancey, Banks. Hol-
J singer. Bankes. Barton, Woomer,
' Kiitiger. Markel, Huss. Fish, Struck.
! Elieker. Naylor. Clay, Gapt.Keiter, 1
j Horusby. Primm.
Conductors up: Bennett. Brubaker,
Biggan. Cremmel, Lawrence.
Brakemen up: Gross, Shearer. Bell,
| Finical. Baker, Reiniek, Clouser.
Y nrd Board Engineers for 5C
and 23C.
! Engineers up: Cless.
Firemen up: Engle, Kreeger, N.
j Lauver, Dill, Gormley, YVirt. Kline-
I young, J. O. Lauver. Shaver.
Shopp. Rici\ Hoover, Roberts, Burns,
! Houdeshel. .
ENOLA SIDE
Philadelphia Division The 244 '
crew to go first after 1.15 o:clock: j
1221, 232. 211, 239. 235. 245. 242. 236.,
j 251. 204. 252.
Conductors for 132, 245. 230, 255. |
! and 252.
i Flagmen for 242, 251.
I Brakemen for 221, 232. (2) 235, 245, I
! 230. 241, 251. 255. 204. 752.
j Brakemen up: Derrick. Spense, I
| Home. Simpson, Flowers, Miller, j
Y'itullo. Gardner, Muraraa, Carper, l
j Peifer. Martin, Skiles. Ellicker, Del- j
; linger. Bankes. Crawford, Bitner, !
! Crawford.
Middle Division Engineers up S. H.
: go after 2.45 o'clock: 120, 119. 103, !
112. 104. 102.
Firemen for 122 anil 104.
Flagmen for 122. 119, 103.
Brakemen for 122, 112.
Inril Board Engineers up: Kauff- !
j man, Flickinger, Shuey, Myers. Geib, )
■ Curtis. D. K. Hinkle. Holland.
| Firemen up:Benser. Cashman. Wal- i
ters, Meek, Brubaker, Mickey, Conly, i
J Cramer, Miliiken, Morris, Sanders. !
! Firemen for 3rd 126.
PASSENGER SERVICE
Middle Division —Engineers up: S. H.
I Alexander, O. L. Miller, R. E. Crum, 1
I H. F. Krepps. W. B. Glaser, J. Crim- !
! mel, G. G. Keiser, J. A. Spotts, R. M. j
Crane, F. F. Schreck, W. D. McDougal,
F. McC. Buck, C. D. Hoilenbaugh, W. '
i C. Graham, James Keane, J. W. Smith. |
Engineers wanted for PA-45, 31, j
, 23. 35. and 5 extras west between 1
j 12.01 and 6 p. m.
I Firemen up: Roy Herr, G. B. Huss. '
i H. A. Sehrader, R. F. Mohler, D. F. I
! Hudson. P. E. Gross. H. B. Thomas,
■ S. H. YVright, J. R. Weibley, George
i Musser, J. C. Richards, E. J. Sheesley,
j J. N. Ramsey. G. L. Huggins, H. Nay
' lor. J. L. Fritz. R. E. Look.
! Firemen wanted for 5 extra trains
| coming west.
Philadelphia Division — Engineers
| up: H. Smeltzer, V. C. Gibbons. A.
! Hall, C. H. Seitz, M. Pleam. B. A.
i Kennedy, C. R. Osmond, J. C. Davis,
Engineers wanted for 44.
Firemen up: A. L. Floyd. H. Ston
-1 er. J. M. White. E. D. .McNeal, YV. E. '
Asserts Begy's Mustarine
Gives Quickest Relief for
Sore Throat and Chest Colds i
Sufferers From Neuralgia, Lumbago, Neuritis andj
Sciatica Use It Freely With Wonderful Results—Does;
Not Irritate the Nose and Eyes.
i
The very best—the original im- >;
provement on Grandmother's good old
mustard plaster, is Begy's Mustarine. | 1
It's; better than any mustard plaster' '
ever made. i'
Druggists know this, and that is!,
why most of them freely re'eommend ! '
Begy's Mustarir.e for all aches and j ,
pains, inflammation and congestion, i ,
Don't fail to rub it on when you !
have a sore throat or a cold in the
chest or bronchitis or pleurisy—the I
quick results will amaze you.
For rheumatic pains and swellings,!
gout, stiff and sore muscles, stiff neck
and inflamed feet it is better than
IT'S NOT YOUR HEART;
IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS
Kidney disease i 3 no respecter of per
sons. majority of the ills afflicting
people today can be traced back to the
kidney trouble.
The kidneys Are the most important
organs of the body. They are the lil
terers of your blood. If the poisons
which are swept lroru the tissues by the
blood are not eliminated through the
kidneys, disease of one form or another
will claim you as a victim.
Kidney disease is usually indicated by
weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness,
despondency, backache, stomach trou
ble. pain in loins nud lower abdomen, <
gall stones, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica
and lumbago. _
All these derangements are nature's i
No, You Can't — We Were Wondering Why
tri / latch OSC " Black Cat " StockingB an that Dou- There were so many "Monito" Hose sold on Saturday, then
s are se ing a _ __ remembered we advertised all 40c "Monito" Hose at
29c 29r
Hundreds have left the Boys' Department in the past several
wareroom after Doutnchs big selling force were through sup- |
ONLY—FOUR MORE DA YS ~ plenty more if you come this
. t I * •
'Arthur E. Owen Back
From French Battlefields
— Word was just
f r aMmHL, received here that
I Private Arthur E..
Owen. 46th Aero
L Squadron waa aer- j
|j| ship's hospital
sago from Brest,
.ken, where he is
now in Knibarka
tion Hospital, No.
one.
In a letter tee his grandmother he
j states that he was so sick it was,
| all he could do to get on b oal "d the:
i boat at Brest, and as soon as the
' ship's doctor saw him, he was sent |
'to the hospital. In the ship's hospi-j
•al he met an old friend who was!
on duty there.
His home in Harrisburg is at 50S
South Thirteenth street. He enlisted
in tly Aviation Section in August,
1917, and was sent to Kelly Fields.
Texas for training. After six weeks!
training he was sent to France in
October. 1917. He was at the front
! for eight months.
Aulthouse, F. L. Floyd. M. G. Shaffner,
C. E. Britzher. J. M. Piatt.
YY°illtams|>urt Division— Engineers
up: E. E. Bastian.
Firemen up: J. L. Manghes, A. j
j Henry, C. E. Smith.
Firemen wanted for 577, W-101.
i THE HEADING
The 72 crew first to go after 2.15
o'clock: 71. 14, 64. 5, 7. 4. 3. 51, 64,
67, 60, 8. 68. 55, 73, 62. 69. 21, 58, 5, 1.
Engineers for 62 and 72.
Firemen for 51, 55 57 62, 69, 72,!
1, 4. S, 18.
Conductors for 55, 73 and 18,
Flagmen for 73.
Brakemen for 51. 54, 55, 57, ss, 60, |
62, 67. 68, 69, 71, 73.
Engineers up: Kohl, Jones, Linn, :
Dittrow. Leightner, Hammerstein, ;
' Stricken, Middaugh, Merltle, Felix, j
! Rady, Glass. Griffith.
Firemen up: Saul. Puttman, Kline, '
I Koehenaur, Morrison, Keller. Kitner,
j Y'ogelsong. Y'eagy, Kuntz, Rooker. )
| Conductors up: Eshleman, Orris,
1 Hall. Daub. Baxter, Phelabaum, Tat
ton. Bevier, Shaum, Seiler.
1 Flagmen up: Miles, Scott. Zink, ]
I YlcLaughlin. Peters, Hill, McKim, j
| Hoover.
' Brakemen up: Chronister, Gilaghnm, !
! Hyler, Allison, Smith, Epler, Hender- '
i son. White.
Sale of Thrift Stamps
Is Progressing Rapidly
i The following is a list of the sales I
'of the leXter carriers over $lOO in
! the YY'ar Savings Stamp contest: j
Main Office—U. H. YY'eaver. $532,05:!
j C. YY". Cless. $337.12: G. A. Hollinger, I
I $321.2*>: R. G. YY'iestling, $210.75: E. j
! R. Gnult, $203.32: YV. E. Svriler, $199.,;
152; YVllliam B. Berry, $181.73; R. K. j
! Fortna, $152,15; F. W. Keen, $144.96,
iT. J. Carpenter. $133.50; C. E. Rea, '
, $129.15; H. C. Young, $116.56.
I Hill Station—John A. Geiger, $l.- i
1204.53; William W. Dum, $432.32;'
' Charles A. Fortna. $302.02; C. B. Buf- ,
tington, $197.13; George L. Ebersole,
$192.13; James G. Laverty, $149.80;]
| Arthur W. YY'agner. $126.98.
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Known to stop headache, earache,
toothache and backache in just a few
minutes. without any stomach dosing.
Just rub it on—it's very penetrating
and acts with greatest speed. Get
th.e original Begy's Mustarine—al
ways in the yellow box you'll never
signals that the kidneys need help.
\'ou should use GOLD MEDAL Haar
lem Oil Capsules immediately. The
soothing, healing oil stimulate! the
kidneys, relieves inflammation and de
stroys the germs which have caused it.
Go to your druggist today and get a
box of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil
Capsules. In twenty-four hours you
should feel health and vigor returning.
After you feel somewhat improved
continue to take one or two capsules
each day, so as to keep the first-class
condition and ward off the danger of
other attacks.
Ask for the original imported GOLD
MEDAL brand. Three sizes. Money re
funded if they do not help you.
[ CENTRAL HIGH NOTES j
Pkllralas Last Night
Tha Phllonians held their first
I meeting of the windy month last
] night. Milton G. Potts was the host
j at his home, 1513 North Second street.
! The "famous fifteen" followed the old
sdage, "Business Before Pleasure," '
and Immediately wont into a business
session. New details of the big Phil- !
onlan Dance, on *Aprll 21. were !
thrashed out. and several other Im- J
portant business matters were taken |
up. Although the "feed of the eve- i
nlng usually follows the business;
I meeting, the order was reversed last!
: night, and George Pulas, Arthur Htb-i
lev and several other members of the
I society presented a thrilling dramatic
skit. Clyde Hocker furnished the
music for the entrances and exits of
I the players, adding a great deal to
[ the effect of the show. A "big feed"
I followed this entertainment, and the
following members were present to
■ enjoy it: Clyde Hocker, Stewart
YY'agncr. Robert Crist, YY'illiam Mc-
Bride, Stanley Perrin, Gilchrist Brih
inger. Carl Stoncr, Arthur Hibler.
Fred Snyder, Alton Smith, Lewis Ri- '
—a—BHHfchaMTifi mi
ADAMS BLACK JACK
"Quenched Our Thirst and
Cleared' Our Throats"
"TK rHILE our outfit awaited for hours the word to
yy go into action, believe me our nerves were on
edge, and with no water at hand our throats
became parched and dry,—our voices hoarse and husky.
! was getting desperate when I reached in my pocket and
found a package of Adams Black Jack. I passed it out
among the boys and the way it braced us up, quenched our
thirst, and cleared our throats is something I'll never forget.
GOOD FOR THE THROAT
mer, George Pulas, Richard Quigley,
Harold Connor and Milton Pctts. ,
Demosthrnlan Postponed
The regular monthly meeting of
I the Demosthenlan Literary Socie'y
that had been called for YVednesday,
March 12, at the home of Miss Kath
ryn YY'hartcn. 1519 North Second
street, has been postponed. Four of
the Demosthenians are on the two
school debating teams, and will' de
bate In the assembly hall on that
night. Thursday is the regular night
for the Demnsthenian .meetings, but
due to the fan that the four debat
! ers Will appear in the Triangle De
bating League on the following night,
it was also thought unwise to hold
i a meeting on that evening. No date
for the meeting has ' beeh set.
Preliminary Debate
The two schqpi teams will meet in
a preliminary debate on YVednesday
evening in the assembly hall. This
debate was thought to be a wise
move, in oidcr to give the two teams
a little experience from the platform
before they meet their opponents on i
Friday night. The faculty of the
school will be the only persons ad
mitted at this time. All interested
persons, however, are invited to at
tend the triangle debate between Cen-
trnl High and Reading High School
on Friday evntng. March 14.
llnakrthnll SotM
The girls" varsity team will play a
return game with the Sudbury High
School Friday night at Sunbury,
and will also meet Susquehanna Uni
versity In a return game on their
home floor at Selinsgrove on Satur
day. The Sunbury team was snowed
under by the Central girls when they
played here, but Susquehanna Uni
versity had the best of the local
quintet by on 0 point when they op
ened the season here. The Central
bunch have been working hard and,
spurred on by their victory last Fri
day, hav a mighty good chance to
bring home two more laurels from
up the state.
An inter-class game was on this
afternoon, and the results will ap
pear tomorrow.
TEX YEARS FOR KII/MNG WIFE
Pott.sville, Pa., March 11.—Mat
thew Rice, of Gilberton, who plead
ed guilty to killing his wife, was yes- j
I terday sentenced to serve ten years
in jail. Rice is alleged to have
thrown his wife down stairs and
jumped upon her, but says she fell
downstairs. Clemency was extend
ed because Rice had manifestly no
intention .of committing murder.
William W.Flora Is Fifth
Victim of Pennsy Wreck
W. Flora, of Enola, whd
was seriously injured in the triple
freight crash on the Pennsylvania
railroad at Heaton last Thursday in
which four men were killed, died
late yesterday in the Ablngton Hos
pital, Philadelphia, where he has ®
been confined since the accident. H<
was riding in the freight caboose
after having been relieved from duty,
when the smashup came. He suf
fered two broken legs, a broken arm,
j a fractured Jaw and internal injur
ies.
Flora is survived by his wife, one
daughter, Mrs. A. C. Pfee, of Ilar
rlsburg; and live sons, Walter and
Henry Flora, of Knola; Clyde Flora,
of Preston; John Flora, of Harrls
burg, and Vernon Flora, with the
American forces in France.
I STRAND THEATER
IIAI.E HAMILTON In
"Five Thousand An Hour." '
PEARL WHITE in
"The Lightning Raider."
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