of t h e deliberations; the the i c h i m e more than for in ' t h e for a This BODIES SEVENTEEN SOLDIKRS TO BEACH SAX AXTOXIO Special to The News. San Antonio, Tex., Aug. 15.--The bodies of seventeen soldiers who were killed ^ in the ivorld war reach San Antonio at 7 o'clock tomorrow morning over the Missouri, Kansas Texas Railroad, en to nearest relatives or other destinations for burial. The remains three of the soldiers will be re- interred here: Oscar B. "Wurzbach, son of Luis E. "Wurzbacb. of Riomedina, Tex.; Clyn M. Biles, son of Robert 1L Bliss of San Marcos, and Jose Secundino Flores, son Jose Flores of San Antonio. Other soldiers whose bodies will arrive tomorrow morning: are: Private Rudolph Meyers, Company F, 360th Infantry, to Chas. Meyers. Tex.; Corporal Carl B. Jackson, Company L. 360th Infantry, to John Jackson. Harwood. Tex.; Sergeant Hamilton Smith, Company D. 360th Infantry, to Mrs. Rhoda Smith, Houston, Tex.; Private Gustave A- "\Vuensche, Company E, 359th Infantry, Mrs. Louise "Wuensche, Hufsmith. Tex.; Private Wro. R. Fields. Company M. 360th Infantry, to Jack Fields. Southerland Spring's, Tex.: Private Jake I. Erode, Company A. 360th Infantry, to Mrs. Antonio Brode, Waller, Tex.; Private Edwin Guthman, Company H. fourth Infantry, to Mrs. Mathilda Sensel, Brenham, Tex.; Private Walter C. Skaggs. Company M. 144th Infantry, to J. C. Skagss. Lampasas. Tex.; Private Org-in F. Voight. Company M. 144th Infantry, to Sam Voight, Red Rock. Tex.; Private Claud L. Farmer, Company A. Eleventh Signal Corps, to Mrs. Susan Farmer, Killeen. Tex.; Corporal Daniel E. Lancaster. Company C, Corps, to J. C. Lancaster, to Lytle, Tex.; Private Alejcandro Trevino. headquarters Company. 141st Infantry, to Mrs. Micaelea vino, San Benito, Tex.; Private Thomas B. Hicks. Company G. . . - . _ . Infantry. to Mrs. E. A. Hicks. ton. Tex.; Private Coyetano zales. Company M. 350th I n f a Mrs. Ramona Gonzales. Tuleta, Tex.