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KATCKDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 3, 19 13.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES t A4 IS HA WAKA News-Times Office: 120 Lincoln Way West. Home S REPORT BF HIS DEATH Charles Kuss, Said to Have Been Electrocuted, Still Lives to Bake. Everyhd : Charlie Ku n the rity knows who rfontly atr.anfd -. , i 1 ; . . . . . i .. . 1, .-. c r.fl'-ra i'le p m f ' h i n a 1 i k to the Red Cross and Mibh;,' wa ka tb id the ers to s::ch other war efforts in f'harli-' "war bread" Ialit-.'- r.f local cons'.im an extent that they kpt the well-Known hake.-y turning out sheave-.; of it It wa thf finest ever r.-ikd in this or any other city un til the Kowrnmer.t Mapped in and cried 'halt:' Charit paid the Sne gracefully and his wrinkled :mile neer relaxed. Well Gharlie died last nijrht! He v.t- electrocuted? At Ie.,vt this was tli rumor that irnined -A-j.-if rei n thro'ipho it the rity The banl.s wte open from 7 until o'clock. Thit helped forne. Cvery depositor who entered w.jH piwn the story. It reached the umlei takers, and th'-re wan a live ly MiifÜc after the corpe. The po lice next pot it. ;mi! the rity elec trician was st-nt out to u.-ertain where the current was defective The Nev. h-Time.s phones were al most burned up by people asking 'luetions as to how th trapedy oc curred. No one kruw, and when told they would find particular in Saturday nm mine's News-Times dis played more or less unreasoning cussedness. A reporter railed up the Kuss rejddnc fr the obituary, date of birth. Ko. number of survivors, day of funeral, etc. 'har!l' came to the ohnr. "I this Charles Kuss?' "Vep." "They are saying around town that you were electro cute,! this evnine. Are you dead yet'.'" -F-:ie- whit's that you say'.'" "If? all around town that you were killed tonight by an electric shock. r:r.d we vant to know if It is so'."' "Tf '.- -?1! a damned He." said Charlie, seriously. "I cam straight home f i m the .vhop aftcv turning out Ml !ichfs a usual, vou "t tht storv Where in h He Mire and ; v :n the mornine paper that :-.- re' nothing in it. Unless you ,!r ..-,pb- tntv stay away from the s'ore thinking it clow,j until after the f'.'neral. an.i Saturday's my bie FORMER Ri;SIIENT ILL. W F Wilson cf Fort Wayne, for rvrl ot this city, is seriously 111 f : o;n tvphoid fever. r.efore von buv Consult us. Prices rigb.t. JOSEPH KUHN & CO. iSU CesS'TS to Tho-v. A. fUessl. 50 N. Main St. Hell phone . Home l5. Trill Tte i:I II PAKtll. PKLIVKUY For mnvln. of -ill sorts, out of tow n m.ivint; Sped d trtpa to and f.-ol.! S : u t b I'.end. To .Motor Trnrkii. ;k)h.k a. uckkmakt, 114 S. Mln M. p:-fnes: lb. me. l.s ; n,n. 123. b.-r A. a; ted for Dir-- i e te.l Ambassador JAMES 'MY FOUR YEARS 1H9 ?-ic !! 1 Matinee. J ADULTS 2Sc ill 1 . DOMESTIC zrA T p-tre tv it ep--!ei tie E rt s-rupi! ;:s :r.'-:-;e , f ti;e Pr::ian y . "N J srr , it jv.. !:;:. fe :t, t irtür. in- ni.-i. t - - r.i n. a. tr;,.'iy. Or iTNk snouiMi t f I Lincoln Theater fjt 1 pi MONDAY AND TUESDAY W "jL' J M AUG. 5 AND 6. i L-JS W I SI MATIN F.F. AND NIP.HT I sVw. V KAISER DIES TODAY Kaiser Wilhelm of Gerrr.my is to I a.-.-as-dr.ated this afternoon. The life of the lf.i.-t of Berlin 'a. 1 1 1 I o taken at Pottawatomie, park and it will be taken by the Sunday school children of the Fir.-t Chris- t.an church of Mishawaka. Th dt-d i.s to be done at a picnic to L- held by the children of the ernnon. The kaiser will appear on the , grounds, dressed in the full uniform , of the emperor of Germany. The killing will be as real insofar as it : will express the, desire of the chil dien for the death of autocracy and the desire for the death of the man responsible for all the horrors of Helgiurn and France. Just In what form the kaiser will meet his death this afternoon ha not been made known. It will, how ever, be prophetic of the great change that 1 to come to the world with the ending of one Wilhelm Hohenzollern of Germany. After the death of the kalsei, he is to reappear at oPttawatomie par as a sort of supernatural kaiser, and will be shown in a pr mlnent region where little children do not hold picnics, and where the weather never reaches anything like zero. KKTURN ntOM CANADIAN THIT. ' Mr ni fr Vrt-,1 A Vo-t '01 ' . ..... , v. . , i u ic u.V., iriuinrii iciM ihsul iruiu , their vacation, which they spent at Elrnira. Toronto, and various other -t- V.ÄÄ gone for a month and Mr. Vogt for the past two weeks. MUSH A WAKA WAMT Miß FOR SALE Six room house; lot 49 by 132; price $1.300; easy terms. Seven room house; modern except furnace: price $2.000. Eight room house: roori lot: electric lichts ! and eras; irlce $1.730. Home 175: Hell t?0 K r r.armire ?.t?. WANTED Cook to go to lake with;"1'1 "ue or "lmy Lnamnenam, family. Call at US N. Church st. i ,A'ho is now in the county jail await Both phones 59. 2tt ir'K trlal on :i charge of bigamy. He I alleged to have gone to St. Joseph, WANTED An experienced delivery ! Mich., and married Miss Lenna Al man. Mishawaka Dairy Co. 1 kn, the 16-year-old daughter of Mr. ' 2t5 'and Mrs. George Allen. 1011 E. Fourth st.. while still legally tied to FOR SALE Two brood sows with ; his first wife. 14 pigs, also an O. I. C. male Iva Chamberlain is out on bonds hog. Call Home phone, 2 rings 784. 0f $300 which she furnished for her 2t3 j appearance in court Wednesday .v, ! FOR RENT Two furnished rooms.' All modern, with bath, tor ligh: housekeeping; use of telephone. Call Home phone 624. ltf ?OR SALE New cottage. Will fell the same as rent; must bell at once. Bell .".70, Home 175. E. C. Garmire. It I FOR RENT Seven room house on N Studebr.ker st. Call evenings. Home phone 906. 31tl4 FOR SALE Two new houses close to Dodges, $100 down, balance same as rent. V. Brunner. 31t5 FOR RENT One and two furnish ed rooms for li;;ht housekeeping at 213 W. First s,t. Home phone WANTED Five or six for two. Call X. Times. room house Y., News 31t7 FOR SALE Good paying restaur ant. Would consider part payment, balance In payments. Call 105, E. Mishawaka a v. 13t28 Cash paid for Liberty bonds. Room 4 2" J. M. S. Bldg. 7 to S. Evenings only. Advt. 6543-7 -e-i by Chas. A. William Xi-'h. W. GERARD'S IN GERMANY" rz mptl; t CHILDREN 17c :n PMs l.M 1. NEWS Phone 118; Bell 10 SUCCESS ATTENDS . , Many Interested in Project. Several Are Already Enrolled. Success Mrs. X. S is attending the efforts of Gingrich, who has charge of the Mishawaka end of the nurses' re.xerve campaign.' Thirteen have so f ir interested themselves in the pro- ject and of this number live have been enrolled. Miss Kttherine Mc Kibbin and two others have already made arrangements to go into a hospital within the next few weeks. Miss Nina Moon, 122 K. Kighth St., formerly a teacher in the public schools has been accepted as a pu pil nurse in the Michael Heese hos pital, Chicago, where she will re port Sept. 10. Miss Alice Y'oung. 415 Park a v., will go into training at St. Lukes hospital Oct. 1. while a tew others have applications pend ing. These will count towards Mishawtka's quoti. Mrs. Gingrich is confident that Mishawaka will again exceed its quota, as many inquiries are being as to drive made of the local chairman 'details of the scheme The wiU ontinu until Aug. 11. and from the. time girls begin their duties they will be counted as serving their country In this patricular branch of service. Any one interested is re quested to call Mrs. Gingrich during the morning hours. REACH SETTLEMENT IN SCHNELLE CASE A satisfactory settlement was reached in the case of the State of Indiana on the relation of Iva Chamberlain vs. Frank Schnell, charged w ith bastardy and the caso wis dismissed in Justice of the r ace Enos I". Long's court, Friday , evening. Mrs. Chamberlain is the first w ife morning. She is charged with aid ing and abetting In the committing of a felony. Charles L. Metzger is defending Mrs. Chamberlain. LINEN SHOWER FOR NEWLY WED COUPLE Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Wigel. residing about three miles south west cf Mishawaka. entertained a party of 25 relative at a linen shower Friday night. The aftair was complimentary to their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon E. Liwmore of Chicago, who are spending their honeymoon at the Wigel home. Mu sical selections were contributed by the Mioses Margaret and Lillian Everett. Contests were enjoyed and favors were awarded to Clarence E. Williams and Miss Marge Norton. The newly married couple wa the recipient of many linen gifts. Luncheon was served. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. "The Game of Life" will be the subject of Rev. John L. Imhof at the Sunday morning services at the First Christian church. Sunday school will be held at 9:30 o'clock. A meeting of the Christian En deavor will be held at 6:15 o'clock. "All for Christ Our Ambition" will be the topic. TO VISIT AT PERU. Mrs. M. J. Iang and children, Cecelia and Lawrence, 510 E. Fourth st., and their guest. Miss Isa belle Abraham of Chicago. hae gene to Peru. Ind , where they will spend a week with relatives. , METHODIST CHI RCH SiniMCES. ( Sunday school, 9:40; public wor ship. 11; topic, "A Message from the ' Book of Revelations for Today's Life;" Dr. Parker will preach. Music by Miss Hazel Harris and the choru3 choir. LEAVES IXUt CANADA. Mia'. Margaret Leves. :b3 4 E. ! Eighth st., is enjoying ;t two weeks' 'acation from the otlice of the Rub : ber Regenerating Co. Mi.-s Leyes ha gone to Elrnira. Ont., i'anada, where he will visit with relatives. COMING TO LINCOLN. AmKiador Gerard's "My Four Vi.i!' ii. Germain '' will be shown at The Lin. the iter M:id.i- and Tue-d.ty :p. ittr.ee and nu'!;t. A mk- il sc : v n matinee ; be e .i C:l afteri-.i.c :i at 4 o'cio 1.E. L NOTIC Y. -s l.i: III KK K KsT TK Bv irt : t:. f M 1' f i: t r: lb 1 i- t t v , t . .1. s ' A': at .r :u. a ,.s, r. . l .l;.:i NURSES' I The value of thi.s picture is obvious. ' but from the movie standpoint It !.- of more value because In the fact it puts a great slump Into the atroc ious stories usually filmed. JOHN HUSTON DIES ON SATURDAY MORNING John A. Huston. S IG K. Grove st.. died at his home Saturday morning at 12:40 o'clock. Death was due to complications. Mr. Huston has been in ill health for th pat-t four years. Mr. Huston was born In Hamilton county. O., Nov. K, 1 S 4 5. and was past 72 years old. He came to i Mlshawaka from Kentucky, 1 .". jears ago. and has resided lure (since. Korty-two years hko he was married to Mary J. Nelson, w ho survives with one son, Thomas. Mr. Huston was a member of the First Baptist church. Funeral services will be held from the residence Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Kcv. Floyd Johnston will officiate. PITIILW MSTFKS' oiTIXd. Mrs. Schuyler Sprague pleasantly entertained the members of the Fythian Sisters at an all lay's outing S.iturday at their cottage at Magi cian lake. The trip was made in autos. A fish dinner was; served at noon. The afternoon was spent in games and other amusements. rARinVIXL PARTY. A farewell party and dance was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vogel, South Bend, in honor of Mrs. Florence FIte, who is leaving for the east to join her husband. A delicious lunch was served. vo(;li:r-iisiii;r nfitials. Paul Vogler and Mis: Margretta Fisher, both of Mishawaka, were married Wednesday night. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Vogler. E. Fourth st.. and will leave Aug. 15 with the quota of selected men for irMtary training. RETUR.V TO .MICHIGAN. Mr. and Mrs. August Joshick have returned to their home i i Sparta, Mich., after spending several days with the former's brother. John Jos hick and family, 218 E. Eighth st. DELEGATE TO CONVENTION. Louis N. Neise will leave this evening for Mooseheart, 111., where he will attend the national conven tion of the Loyal Order of Moose. Mr. Neise i.s delegate from the Mish awaka lodge 126 2, L. O. O. M. RIA'. DR. PARKER RETURNS. Lev. Dr. B. Earle Parker of the First Methodist church has return ed from Lake Genea, where he at tended a 10 days' conference. CHICAGO VIMTOKS. Mr. and Mrs. William Hutchinson and Mrs. John Artley have returned to Chicago after spending Friday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Butler. 114 1-2 W. Fourth st. dance: Mixed dance every Saturday night at Orchestra hall. Music by Hart's orchestra. Managers, Stevens and Arney. Adv. VISITIN PARENTS. Lewellyn Maurer, who has a gov ernment position at Washington, is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mi 3. George A. Maurer. Edgewater dr. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 40 acres; good seven room house; large barn; 4 chicken houses; 12 acres timber; good land. Home 17"; Bell 370. E. C. Garmire. Z A picture for your soldier boy In camp. Ostrander makes "em." $1.00 per dozen. Advt. Dr. Makielki. osteopath. 126 W. Second et. Adv. ltf BIG SALIENT WIPED OUT AMD FOE FLANK CRUSHED (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.) er. closing the German line of re treat. At the same time the French ad vanced between the Ardre and Vesle rivers, drawing tighter the di minishing bottle neck through which the Germans must retire in the Flsmes sector. There is every indication that the Germans will be unable to make a stand north of the Ves!e and that I they will be compelled to fall back j to the hinh ground north of the i Aisne. where they stood early in May. RV JOHN M'HUGII STUART. Interiiitinu.il N-H s Servl.- : PARIS', Aug. C Allied advance elements on the Aisne-Marne ftnt h;tv reached the Vele river. (The Vesle constitutes part of the new line of defence toward which the Germans have been retreating for more than two weeks. The al lied icrces n :th of Fere en T.wJ enn; is wire between '.le ar.' -i i. ob - lnon the Vetle on Friday.' The allies have continued their advance oer a front of abou: .''J mile.--, fi. ashing tb iierman lror.t icvwcn Fere en lardcnnois and V ilie e.: Tardennols. ie e Vi lie efl center with I aruennoi.-. twin nrc Fere Tardennoi on tl.e flanks of the German salient. Allies (.aiii .Northern Bank. l'rc:uh trops liae penetrated te at iru.an bae at SoiMons. on the Aisne ritr. Ail .living the i'r.e r;vr. so'h of S . s o n s . thuiH ü b.ii-k tb.e nortb.err. I'.uis de I.. I I v el", has . allied lurccv Alter ;..,rd f":t ha-- e Rr;it;:i : 1 I e I ! A: ' St.- t; 'jer mans were tb.e a Hit? gamed north of the p nitrated ourccj v the . g t::e allied ' - ! . ' pat Arc 4 Hides ! . ' i h v r . K . 206 on U. S. International New rri e: WASHINGTON. Auc. .". To hundred and si casualties in the American expeditionary forces w ere announced today by th war depart ment, divided as follows: One hundred and twelve killed in action. 11 died from wounds. 11 from disease. ac from accident and other causes. o wounded severely, two wounded, dtsrroc undetermined, and nine missing in action. Klecn casualties in the marine- attached to the American cxpedi- tionarv forces were announced today at marine corps headquarters, di- ided as follows: Four killed in action. :;e sevcre f o sliht- ly lv wounded in ;o:tiou and wounded in action. Oftiefr r.M. The officers mentioned in the army list were: KIM.r.D IN ACTION: MAJOR: James P. ":iIN Wa;diir.eton. TV C. ur.i Ti. vAM s : Herm.-in St .1. F.oMt. Jr. New York. James A. Yoer. Hii'c Center. Tea. H.irrv S iporje. IMttlm rtrli. 1. nry:in H. Mehl. I.e.i venw .rth. K;i?. Kot.rt m. l'ur'!. Jr.. Sumter. S. C. Mmrie.s M. Stramber?. S-mv iviile. Masr. iii:i or worxns: i.ii:pti:n.nt: f. M.-l'.ujsf r. Kphrita. Pi oiMifiii t:YKi(i:iV: I.ir.lTFNAN'lS: Josej'1) I. Ha ur.i h-i ii. New York Tlnm:is "J. I.oiix. Alhinv. N. Y. iu- Pi'Uett. Knnies ("itv, Texa. MKMMi IN A'-TION: I.IIM I i:n V I S : i:lanl W. IMwnril. Ar'.instn. Henry C I., wis. Pliil.i.l-liiii.i Jusei.h M. Mfll.iii, lardeii ('in M is N Y. Herl.ert I. Sinitli. New York. Others on I.Ist. The to the lows: army casualties in addition aboe otbeers was as fol- KILI.r.I) IN ACTION: .mas in: i:.(i.Ni:r.i: : Hugh (J. Middletown. Attala. A'.i. SKltUi: ANTS: H.irrv Michael I'.enj.imin IJIoyd. Krt. Juhu Clauders. New "r- K.ins. I..-1. Hay nioml I.ee Mece Lett is A. M. K:irlnn, Pyke. Ky. Jasper. M. I've. Iloehester Co P. PoKALS I'Ksrll. KeeU' N. Y. .Tamp II . N. Kan: Y. ltt i-ht I u son c'owles. City. Ks. Leo A. rrsi'et. Keene, N H. Alien J. I'itmorrl. ShowliegMti. Me. Vlii'-ent L. iiaut alley. Souta apolis. Minn. Jolin nreoklyn. N. Y. Tlutinis Senle. Long Nl.cnd. N Tame P. Stow, New IJedfnrd, Abtnn M Sorens. Penn Van. N (ieorge P.. Vtekroy, L.imaster. Miuue- Y ' M.i? William P.. Weaver, Pircy Crook. N. C. Lawrence V WillUm Bost "tu. r.r;Lr.i;s : Henry J. Ke?h. ' Itingnarnrten. N. Y. Asher Yaffe. Svraetie. N. V. WAtMNKIl : Wilbain J. lMj2i.'.ir. MiddU-jboro, Kt. MLCIIANIC: Lli P.oulev. nbti;i. N. II. PRIVATES: Kelly Aker. no eine rgei cy andres St uiley Anderson. IlHrtlnirton. Neb John Areoni.ino. I'.rookbn. N. Y. Arthur Auten, G;iines Mi.-h. Cl.ivfon I. nal.c. k. I f.i i vi!tn. O. nrville V. Pollard. Waujnca. NVis. G rover Pdevlns. Piyroule. Mnt. Gilbert Pond. Cannlon. .- Pavld Prendler. New York. Cyril P.arnjard Prier. renvcr. Colo. Frank Joseph P.rown. Chic.ijo. .Tobn P. r.roun, Alexandria, Ln IM' Lard . rJurns. I-etovn. H'is Ldwnrd N. Cinavn. Detroit. Mi-h. Harold F. C'anfield. Traverse City. Mich. Karl I. Cliett. peno. Ha. Lonnie Elmer (.'line. Fortinston. Li Leo J. Huane. Tupier Lake. N. Y. William II. Purff. ShippenNurg. Pa. Lee Early, North Washington. I'a. Lol.ort James Fckweiier. Notch. Pa. Keith M. Fdner. C.ampbep, Minn. Lawren1 J. Emmertz. ChcHter. Pa. Ev.in Evans. Canipbri.i. Minn. Luke C,. Franklin. Golden Pond. Ky. Lorenzo Frederl -ksou. s'u't Lake Citv. L'tah. Hary Gavellrdc, Denrer. Joseph C. Glucosky. Kussi.i. Alfre'l IC Goodearl. East r.ofton. Mass (Jrant II. Gordon. Keene. N. II. Paul E. Guvler. Mode ü to. Calif. William L. Hall. Pestland. Va. JütiUh Hammond, Springfield, Mass. Kay K. Hmitple. Leading. Pa. Anthony Harris. Peoples. Pa. I'.en.iamlu P.axter Hattiel J. Iudepfnd rV e. Mo. James U. Herbert. Bowers Bill. Va. Frank P. HoU.kv. I.akot.:. N. 1. Thomas IL Irwin. G.ilva. Ia. Forest I. Tsom. Mosier. ore. Steve Jendrozrak. Chicago. Pov Johnson. P.rblgeport. N-o. lby A. McCIaDe, York. Pa. Michael A. Maf-co. Alleuten. Tn. Maren Matuiew ez. retrolt. Mich. .Tames It. Miller. Stockton Cullf. Walter lb Ml.ller. Pliinwed. Mtrh. Novle L. Moore. Forest Green, M. John T. Morton. Page. N. (. William Mver. Dnrtino.,re. W. Va. Ael E. Nelstm. Little Falls. Minn. Clarem e l Paff. ( hippewa Fall. Wis. Paul Pecher. Grand Forks. N. I. Harrv E. Peffer. Pittsburgh. Williatu J. P.eape. Philadelphia. Posarlo Kir.iardl. Milford. N. II. William II. Kiddle, Niagara Falls. N. f Lloyd S Rlrley. Lohrvillo. Ii. Ilenry Kivers. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Joseph K Kuppreht. Keading. Pa. Faul W. Shro'der. Genna n tow n, l ev. Joseph Schwartz. San Francisco, Fallf. r.radr V. Smith. Philadelphia. Keglmld Smith. It Angeles. Joseph Soff.int. Fnion Hill N. J. Kaymond Stake. Surrey. N. I). Arthur K. Stanley. NeMh. Minn. Leslie M. Stone. Srraue. N. Y. I the allied center that th" Germane were comrelled to retire precipitate ly. The allies have advanced nearly i three miles north of Bois Meuniere ! which the American captured on Wednesday. They hae reached and taken by storm the i'.lae of Coulenges. Cn the eastern win? of the s.tlient the encircling moement against 'illc en Tardennois met with com plete success. In this zone the Ger mans were hurled back between three and four miles from the Dor-mans-Rhcim road and &t last re ports were endeavoring to make a stand on the line of Ye.d'.ly and Dgery. Ilemow Adxaimr North. The Vesilly e-tnr rr;irr?ftits the most s'.uth-rn point now held by the Germans, south of the Aisne. It is seven miles north of ne Marne. The Vezilly-Lgery front, where the Germar. attempted to make a stand. s between three and four i zv. lies wile. North of the Ardre rher in the zone southwest of Rheims, the al lies hae renewed their advance. L'apt urmg Giier .ifi.l 'l'lil.lt.i-. '..ii. i;. a nd.i n l I it-i.'i v i i.;v. military ( i .tic ..f tile Matin, cb.ui actei izes the li.riiia:i :etie,tt not a a oluntary :..o' ein-nt. " it . a disorder ly back- v 1 1 J 10 ..: n r : ; . r, r t h d ire ! 1 1 ' ' . thris- which Casualty List Thönses P. St !:. L'-x-klmd. O. Albert I.'Liauuel Su au-iu. Lif n Ind. i:::i II Tarter. C-df.,. T..i. IjKi Ua. v'l:ind. . John L- Ve1Mr.es. 'oir,.-t. Xx Ueorg-.' VV. W'.ildrcp. Spartaulcirg. .s C. san.tj.l U.i;:.H.e. I'li 1 la d el p h i.i . Pa. Jd:n V ;i rskil Neu Kfiford. Mu. leorse I.. Ww'k, Kästln. in. ?a. a:r.;! Wel'itrau! N e York. Ij ri :n ille. N. I'raiiklin I Wem Kruret M. W i 1 : i;i in Vrarik .1. Wilkinson. ,i ut"ii. I a. I"irt 'ar. In r.enjarr.in C . w rl jpf. S ed.ilhi. M-. Mike Yi-p- Ne l'.ritiia ('eiin. IHtl Of Ol MS: j w.i't SCKGKANT: lcnon. W.itthtm. Mas i: in in i Cronc'.l (t. I I. vnn. Mi-?. 1'IHVA ri:s : Ji-e M. Campbell, Albnuy. Ala. Pen. -ld A. Henrv. Mill;ui.-ket M" Allge',e t.euu Calif. ernu Hu-jlie. I.'-s Hnrry Thon.s La'.oUe. Midland. Mi Cliarfes L. McCIcary, St. I.cu i.. M". Louis J. Mil!, pe'troit. Mi.-'a. I'rar.V; Silva. Azer. '.tlif. T'lonia L. Sniitli. l iul'Ttt uoij. A'.-! oii;i or dikam:: si:i:;i:an -v Frank Schult. Chl.iio. s a I I 1. 1 ; i : : John A. Jeron. Tctnvi. Was a piriVA n:s : J.'.sopli An:Mveki. l'.ay Sliore. Miib. Leo K. 'tmpnt.in. Mori.lian. k1a. Augelo Jim Crit. Columbus. M' .Ips Iirev. r.bie Spring Mi. Ttnlpli 1.. Perkin. nrk I'.ei- h, Mo. Lpo Porter. Pari. Ill IM. Illp St. en. HulutJi. Minn Valter N. Sumioil. Irington. NeS Menioyl Uro u Turpin, Mont. DICH 1 ' HUM ACCIDF.NT Whitcoml AM Of II MC ( Al t: si:ih;i:ant : .Tarne. T. 'hand!er. Chun h Vi-w. X'a COKPOP.AL: r.enjamin I:n hvk. Hulutli. Mien. pi:ivati:s: tilbert P.edard. Fltchburg. M.n Coiistantine Pagagorge. New Vok. Otto P. cliaannnun. Sis?-etoi). S. I WOl.NDEI) SKVKKKLY: SLUG KANTS : P.ertie .Xf.Clish. TitJin. o Channlu;., M?ifTiti. Poton. M.i". Carroll W. White. Scott-. Mi'h. COKPOKALS : Low oil s. lidwin I f Ka vmond IMaldell. Chicago, r.ruce, Kutlan.l, Vi. P.. Hi kin-oii. St.uth Sl.a f r s - bury. Vt. Jes T. (lerahls. Louisville. Ky. Joseph M. Gleesou. East lotun Joe Sparks. Cedar Bluff. V.l. William O'Coniell. New York. MECHANIC: Edward Joholski. Janesville. M Wis. PKIVATES : Joseph P.endctto, (Joofva. 111. Charles J. Kendl. Chieago. James It.mnett. Krooklyn. N. Y. aohn Destel. Carpio, N. D George S. Baumgartner. Kedsviüe. P Joseph Kussell l'.uh. Lafayette. Ind. John F. Carter. Birmingham. Ala. Claude F. Chaffin. Eureka. Calif. F.nrl Lpv is Cllne. Greenvl'.le. Pa Michael DiP.attistfl. Providence. K. I Benjamin DiLoreto. Yonlrs N, V George Peter liberie. New York. Ralph S. Fngnn. Millville. N. J. Vincent J. Ferro. Brooklyn. N. ". Thomas J. Green. Los Angeles. Calif. Edward H. Hart. Boston. Mass. Samuel Hearly. Far,it'aulf. Minn. Frank Jnna. Brooklyn. N. Y. Stanley Kiggowski. Sutoma. Poland Cahrles Earl Lueore. Caledonia. Pa. Joseph MeVeagh. Wilkes Birre. Pa. Amerl D. Maxwell. Wellsville. K.iv Leroy H. MelchL-e Deck. Beud. re Earl .M. Iortoff. Ashlev. Ind. William S. Nevius. Highlands. N- J. Algie Olpr, Spring Lick. Ky. Everett E. Ozment. Greensboro. N. Kalph S. Parker, Chester. Vt. William 1. Kiebards. Butte. .tont. Frank Kodiwka Russia Carl Albi-rt Solberg. Sweden. Arthur C. Walter M. Conn. Stephen S. Michael F. Linfred S. Frank V Charles A. W OlMIKD, Sorel. E!t Hampton. Mass. Sworn sboa ru, Hartford, Szyczewski. La Salle. Tressy. Rochester. N. Tweedy. Ireton. Ii. a. Eu.uidures. Mexico Weeks. Jersev City. Til. Y. N. J. I I : G K K.K VMIETKKMI N . KI: PKIVATES : W. Sierck?. Prairie Vi-" Terdinand 'Kichard E. Sonder. Colunibu. Ohio. MIssIN(r IN ACTION: CORPORAL: William M. Bonness. Seattle. Wash. PRIVATES : Angel. C.'itanto, Newark, N. J. John Mrra. New- York. Waine Pietrele. White Toint. Mi-h. H.irrv E. Yoog. Pottstown. Pa. I'KIAIOlLY RKPOHTEI MhMXi, NOW KEPOUTKI KILLED IN AfTlOV: PRIVATE: Thomas Kennedv. Newark. N. J. rUEVIOtsr.Y KEPOKTKI MlfMNii, NOW Ki;rOKTEI W)IME1 IN ACTION: CORPuKAL: Chester i'ientarskl. Buftabi, N. V. PKIVATES: Harry J. Tame.s. Bristol. R. I. Charles E. Knickerbocker, Cortland. N. Y. PKIAIOOLY RKPOHTI.n MIsMM,. .NOW KKI'OKTKI DI KI 1 KOM At (I UKNT .NI OTIII.K 1 AlSl.S: CuRpnp.AL: William B Walter (iilluni. Ja' ksn. Kv. PRIVATE : Jerrv A. Brown. Columbus. 'o. ritr.vioi si.v uiiroRTKi killki in action, NOW KKI'OKTKI W Ol NO LO IN ACTION: PRIVATES: John Pop-dka. Chicago. Harry M. Slawkin. Pittsburgh. Pa. The marine corps list was as fol lows: KILLED GEN NERY IN ACTION: SERGEANT Cecil A. Williams. Ahaskil. .' SERGEANT: Olive r. 1 arrant. Dorchester. roKpon.u. : Mas. Forest G. Williams. Charleston, W. PRIVATE. : Walter S. Austin. Cincinnati. . SEVEKEI.Y WOCNIJEI IN ACTION PRIVATES: Albert Victor Oscar James L. Gahr. Hawthorn. Ky. Tones. Iojqnesne, i:. Iartin. East Bend. N. C. W. Prrter Reading. Mf,ss. Jiek J. Williams. Touisvi'.le. K. sLK.HTI.V WOCNDKO IN ACTION: PRIVATE: Jatr.ps A. Madison. Wehster. N. C. KKI'OKTKI Dim) Ol" WOI'Ml KK CKIKI IN ACTION. NOW Kl. POUTED WO! NDLD IN AC TION : PRIVATE : Sayler D. shauafel:, Sigintj.-.t. j. REPUBLICAN EDITORS TO MEET ON AUG. 30 International Nwn Serxi e; INDIANA POLls, Ind . Aug. 11. 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