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THE JK&AX .15 191& rv S WINDSOR CASTLE SETT. this morning decorated Lieutenant wwnr -5th th Mm. Henry and the Prince George r tt P. Hansell arrived at tb. Abergeldle Main Dee- at her known M Queen Mary- the East-end. cnt mt Woolwich rfEi iffSi -tP Photic player- d ry girf munition workers of. \Voolwjch and VLsrountessj Midleton and the left Lolndon yesterday for ft HpLinstone left London yesterday for left London yeeterday for Vace-Tcmpest has returned to as MachAiien. TV Hon. Khoda Astley left London yertcr- V7r Scotlard. F I cf Kcssboroorfi is acting ss hon. tressarer a'H Rumanian SoldJers Fond. fa and sale of work was held at Altborp fa aid of tha Bed Cross and St. John funds of which Earl Spencer Is the eooaty Juwtf the stallholders were Lady Delia t I- L vinia Hpeootr. .1 I quiera will be said next Salnrdsy at \t the CarnJetit Church. Kensington lor the U soul of Captain John L. V ughanM.C in action on August It. II FORTHCOMING MARRIAGES. .JW 'K I WEflBTB AXP MISS t -iccaeot is announced between Captain u tber. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry ton A Dr. and Mrs. Wi L. Webber of Tor- jj aw Bradford-on-Avoni Wilts and Freda uw fater ot Mr. and Mrs .Herbert K. Beeves v or House Leatherbead.i VIE. X. E. WOODfl A D MISS PKU2X8. ajcjnent is announced between Flight Sub- int Noroun K. Woods. lOi-AJj younger son WilJiiin E. Woods of Bangiora. Arthur- IV. l.Uilcn Park and Sydney and Florence unrct daughter of IL I. Perkins I.S.O. .s. f.t Surveyor-General. B. Honduras Mr r rkin of Wimbledon Park and grand- of SUjor-Gcneral Ed Norman Perkins D fl Curjat. MARRIAGE Ms is UEETBOLD-SJOTB AXO Miss Oosnox. niAnu e of Barbara K. M. Gordon youngest uuf. fof the Utn George Gordon and Mrs. G onion .H--Jfa. and Mr. 'Stephen Berthold-Smlth lU'i t k place very quietly owinjr to monmlag hi n Veniom s family at Christ Church Mayfair t yesterday Afternoon tho Uev. E. H. UilUard lallag. Mi tworiP1 H. Gordon. B F.CU gav away the bride i-c6aof ivory satia with silver aad a tulle tu nth s wreath of orange blossom. There were two tojuM Miss Ethel Kitchen aad Miss Mood H Captain J. U. M. Gordon General Staff. ifLitaroT LbeUUe wasbostataa. Among tn invited toot Kit. on Uordao. Jun toe Dik and Dncbeas of Jnt fljieTT tbe Hon. Mn. Kascnt tb Boa rr Tirllianrti i -j. rrf Ud7 Miinar. tbe Uaa. Iry Goomcl Mn. Pwtr hqKk r Cnm aad Ilr Pw Mt Mn. sad Ml KltdMB. IL UJ-A- Ma. CaitUle- AUeeborooca. Miss Biadenoa. -M 1 -utue. Adminl and Ma. Da QMa. Mr. and Mn. Btadd. wtf uki Mn. ValenUBc'Mzs. sad Mis O Joacb. nu. ftj n. WAR CHARITY ADD ITS. TO THE EDITOE OF TUB TJME1. Sr. In answer to Lord Plymooth' letter com- of the expense of auditing charitie erery -fc- rui.hhs msy I point out that many nbscrib rs .i riU would not be arerse to a emaU percentage t dunUkm bning us d for .this purpc e I v the charities will gain rather than lose H. jTours falthxnlly.- s- SfUOOLS EITCHXSER PUlfJD. SrkrJU .tvttiao" of tha Lord Kitchener u Manorial Pund has-bfen started and it 1 4hl the chool boys and school girls of the ill subMTilw at Inast five millioQ pennies' i TV ftuUitr in the araoie raised by Lord Nnoe KhnoU wili proride a company t thn a battalion DOO pence and the 4 ill be stir In many inrf n gtt to gire Fun.1 now eioneds I85OOa The snb- mx-JTod yesterday by the Lord Mayor j''B ljMUtertrtt Wtt lot Xm. two Lundiia Sclltnc Wuol broarni and Mm cLKU. ClOa west Mr WUllaia MUia fc- w KM wd Jnfloir. OAd.1 Cluo i. anrll Mr. Bjturt X Fin and Mr. J. thi tMTM1 utlLl T. ai- IMa IlwiaaoaJ Bttttliw. APPOISTXEXTS. V h .5 to approre of the n SOC plfMed 'forEJr zls -Th Bsrr. d"W. WEBTOW" 4 M John th Baptist' Peterboroujrh SL Thomas' Glen Parva and th T TTEX. dkxmaa chaplain diooa K to t vicsr of Uowdou Panns. ia th r" Xevcasti rditm pubEkhea.lhe fclkminjr prefermeota to thoso afr ady published in Tk U AUte Medicine "your Grandparents used 'f\ oirvcTrUectro Plate l "Oddard's FALLEN OFFICERS -THE TIMES LIST OF CAPTAIN J. F. P. 'BUTLER V.C We regret to announce 'that Captain J. F. P. Butler of the King's Royal 'Rifle -.Corpa. who von the V.C. in Guneroon ia 1014. died of wound on September 4. JoHJt KriHAEDiata PATJI. Btrrza V.CL. D.8.O. who was born in December m obtained hi first appointment ia the King- Koyal Rifle Corp February 1907 and In October 19 13. wa ao- pointed far service with th West African Frontier force. The offlciaTaoeouat of the acts of -bravery JPJv.011 wm w led the V.O. are as follows i-i On Jovember 17. Hi with a party of 13 men be went into the thick ipikh and at once attacked the enemy in' strength. about 100 if .i tir.g several European. defeated them and captured their martilne-gua and- many load of ammunition. fl December 2T. U14 when on patrol duty with a few men he .warn the Ekara Hmr. which was held 7 Ff lone and In the ace of a brisk fire completed bis reconnaissance on the further bank and t 2 d taXty- T"0 Ws B w r wounded taany la the water/ He was the ion of Coloael ftands John Paul Btttier. late ISth Un rs. of Wyea Han. Olouoertmhlre and 'a nephew of .the late lord Qiflord V.O. TWO We also regret to record the death of Brigadier- General H. P. H. Clifford. D.S.O and Brigadier- General L. M. Phillpotta CJLG D.S.O. Hcc&r Pjutrfenrrs HCOH Currom DJS.O. who feU on September 11. waa the J nd "S tute MAjor-Oeneral the. Hon. Sir Henry Clifford V.C. Bom in August. 18 7. he e the Army In 1888 being gazetted to the Suffolk ment and was promoted captain in 1897 major in 1910. and lieutenant-colons in 19U. From Acxunt. 190J to January 1905 be was A.D.C. to Lieufcmant- General Sir William Butler. G.O.a Western District He won the Queens and King medals with fire lasps in the South African campaign taking part in the action at Pretoria and Coe bergv lie was awarded the D.S.O. in February Wia. and in the following May was reported wounded. .He waa ap pointed to tho command of a brigade in June. 1915. Brigadier-General Clifford was a brother of Sir Hugh Clifford Governor of the Gold Coast/whoae only con Lieutenant 1L G. F. Clifford. Uncoil Betfment wad reported "missins believed 1:0103,5 on July 1 last. BKIOASIZB-QD.-ZILU. Louis MnuuT Prnxxitms. OM.Q D.S.O. R&JL. was killed in action on September 8 aired 48 yean. Be wai the second BOO oUhe Her. U. J. Phillpotts. cl Shadwell. Speldhurst Kent. He received his commission in the Royal Artillery in February- 1890 .and wai gazetted captain in 1000 major in 1907. and lieutenant-colonel in October. 1914. During the South African War he performed the duties of Acting Staff Officer to O.C. Lines of CommuniraUos North. He took part in the advance on Kimberlry Including .the action at Modder River he wai mentioned in dispatches and awarded the Queen medal with three -tlaspa and the DJS.O. He war appointed temporary brigadier Kraeral in October/ 1915 and wa made CJI.G. for hi services in the preaent wax BIOGRAPHIES AND SERVICES. We have also received news of the death of the following officers in addition to those whose names nave been published la the official list BAsrc&tavt. 7. W loam Licit Infaatrr. Bowu 80. limit. B. O East Kat Bastoiaot. CLMKWX. ate. Lteat.O. J Oorfoa BicUudan: B e. Llaat. U. K- Boytl UnltMlllof D&UA-OUVSB. I ut.K. X. Eor l Emlnee tMaom. Out. X. S. XUM Brtnd ruxcna. CM M- orl Master IWllni. OiMOXk Itout. Z.t BMtattt mstin. attd. Xkcbioe Coo Ruocaotar. Uent. 0 Xacbla Con Con Hacun. Ou i. K. Konl rwliton. iMauo. 8s. Urat. t. K JLC Ea t toner Zadmat. XACKAX. l ul. H. 8- JUJ JL. ttd. B. Mrlnc Oou 1 AUZU. LUak J. A. P GlaaiMUr R ctmfnt. Xonxox. 8w. Ueat. J. L. Yorkatiln KccV. atM. K. H7in r. O. Xorl WinrtekiUn Satan. Uwt. H. L. Kut Vorkittln WtliUJU a Uaot. P. lndl a latk WouocoKBa fice. Ueut. r. CvrooiUra .Th Time would be obliged if relatives of officers who fall- iu-the service of the country would forward tcith the intimation of death but on a separate theft of paper any biographical details in their possession. W. B ABTKLT. Somerset Light Infantry only Bon of Mr. F. I lUrtlet of Conton Lodge near Brutal died in hospital abroad on September 12 in hU 29th year. Be was educated at St. Christopher's Bath and Bath CoUeg (1900-41. Qe waa in the college Rugby fifteen and a member of the cricket eleven and wai ia the second rowing four. When he left the college he went to Brutal University. Directly after he left the achool he joined the old 1st V.B. Somerset Light Infantry th which he held a commiason. retiring ia 1911. when war broke out Captain Bartelt rejoined hi old regiment. Captain Bartelt who wai engaged in basinet with hi father married a daughter of itr. Robert. I gar of Mendip Lodge Rathwick. fiecoso LoccnccAXT BEJUCABD G. BOWLES The Buffs killed on September 3 agnd 22 was the second on of Mr. Charlea W. Bowles. F.RJ.B-A of Scveu- oak Kent in wboee office he was training. He joined the Inn of Court. O.T.O. in the flnt week of October. 1914 and obtained hi commission January 1915 being attached to The Buffs and proceeded to the front on Easter Tuesday of this year. In about two day he wa ia the. front trenchra. On August 18 he wa slightly wounded in action. He ww again twice in action when hi wound could hardly have been healed and wa killed while .loading hi men in an attack. HLi colonel write "II was one of the bnvrat soldier He had previously been wonndftl but refused to go down. H wa loved by all his brother officers and men. Hi end wa instantaneous and peaceful he knew nothing of it. Other fellow- offloen and his servant write He waa always so jolly keen with everything and hi men liked him exceedingly. Hi eipimaed wish that if anything happened he might be buried with his men was earned out. GuTADr Macuoi FLETCHER Royal Monster Fusiliers killed on September 9 aged 31 was the elder twin and second son of the late Rer. W. U. Fletcher rector of Swalecliffe Kent and of Mrs. Fletcher of 14 Regent-road Birkdalc Southport. He WM educated at St. Edmund' School Canterbury. where he became captain of the school and wa a scholar of Selwyn College Cambridge taking an honours degree in classics. He was a keen tennis player and good cricketer and wa captain of both his chool and college eleven At the outbreak of the war he wa an assistant master at the Wakefield Grammar School but gave up his work there in order to enlist a a private In the Public School Battalion of the Royal Fusilier In December 1914. he was erven a commtaioa a lieutenant la the Royal Munster Fnailier and promoted .captain la October 1915 to tho front with hi battalion ia the following Lncrr. ETXLYX PIUHCIS GAJUUXXK. SeafbHh Highlanders attached Machine Gun Corp aged 20 was educated at MerchJeton Castla School. He obtainod a commission on the outbreak of war in the SaftXorth TirM and la November. 1915 he wa seconded for service with the Machine Gun Corp proceeding to the front in March last. He wa officially reported' rotting 'on August 1 but from private in formation received i known to have been killed on July 50- H wa the second son of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Oardinsc. of 18 Kapler-toad. Edinburgh and a nephew at Major-Geoenl U. L Gardiner oommand- tof Scottish eoart deteaoe BXCOM LzxcrxxATT Fluunc Rmurr IxoiuKa M.CX. East Surrey Regiment kOied wa the ekjest ton of Mr. and lir Frank CU Ingram of . Birdhurst Rto South Croydoa. Born ha 1197 h wa aducaUd at the Whitgift School. Croy doa. and wa about to proceed to the Continent to complete hi atodiM when war broke out. Ho imme diately Joined the University 'and Public School Brigade a a private aad a month later wa gaxetted koood lieutenant in the Ea t Sutrcr Regiment. Be went to the front In Xorember. 1115 and wa MeenUy awarded tte MUttary Ore Foe some time part he had been la command of a company. Hi colonel who wa riowaly wounded in the same eagarcmtat peak most highly Of his exceUeat qualitU and otreme Opolnsa under the most trying cooditioosj wall UM chaplain write H wUl be a tremendou Jos to hi recimeat especially to hb company who w r d voUd to hha j he wa thorough and absolutely fear I everybody kaew how well b deserved hi. MiUUry Cross. HXCKUO LixxmsAJrr 7axzs LCSUE ROBERTCW Vortshir Regiment aad R-F.O. reported killed oa rWpUmbw aged wa the voungest oa of Mr. R.B. Rob-rtoa JJ" aad Mr BoUrtoa. of Stoke Golding Lodz Leie tenhlre. He wa educated at MagdaTsaColWn Sehooi Oxford and from then went to-atedy farming at UM Rhodeclaa Oovwa- BMot aperiaiaatal am. Oa hi return to England la lilt having matriculated at th Ualvtnity of London h aUrd the London Hospital a a medical rtttd.aU la IMS k. "S 11 mriwd hi rnmiritailtra ia U York hlr lUgfaneat. After belac machln- a tartroetor for SOCM Ume he wa trsntferred U the Royal Flying Corp thl year and gained hi pilot' cerUacaM last month. Wh tki lin h erosaed to attack a hostll whU dote M hi machiae WM ahot down by a Fokkcr. Lwrmncairr FWED..XX Uxo T joined the 14th Royal Warwkkaak JuitoaBt U sUwUmber 1814 wbea be WM. toanaiUuJr promoted to the raak of graated W ttM aiM UtuaoCla Woember of tba 7 ar. On arrival at the front Lleu nan Baacfter wa transferred to another battalioft f.tt ftdval Warwkkabire Reaimant-wtth whostr h waa aarrtof when ha' received wound .from jrhlch he died la hospital on September 8 H wa educated at .Hurstpterpoint College Satwxt wa'a prominent member of t&e O.T.O. and wataelected a member of U colleg aootlag eight.and weak to'Alderahot wheaalitU raoMthaBl Tean a Ha wa also educated at the Commercial School m Ldprig aad th Technical School in Roaen and poko French aad German ftueatly. He wa a very wWl known ham nwtorist and at thr outbreak of war w with the Duatop Rubber Coofbany Limited Para MB1 Arton. aad wa oa ate way to their G rmaa mifl on the outbreak of war Ltootenant Sannter who wa 23 year old. wa 'the eldert son of Mr. and Mr Charle SAogster. Overdalef Ru8 dl-road Moaelej Stssoirt of the East Yorkshire Regiment. was killed oa September aged SI yeaJ7He-wU the eldest oa of Mr. aad Mr Harold/ Siswns of North Ferriby. B joined the East Riding Yeomanry the day following the doclaraiion-'of war. -Three month later h received a commission and wa attached to the East York shire RecimenC- He went out -to Egypt with hi battaHotf and. abasooeaUy ntoraedV lien tenant Sivon ra educated at Rugby aad spent ate month with fiisaoa Brothers of Hull of which firm his father 'i-a' director. BEOOVO Lnrcrrx JLHT Faavas Woouxxnax Devon Regiment thkd son of the Rev. J. H- B. and Mr WoUocomb of Stowford Devon wa educated at Harrow and- University College Oxford. After joining th A.a.'at Oxford he received a com mMoaia December Hit and weat to the front oa October 6 1915. After evea month of trench warfare h wa shot through the shoulder on April 85 last aad was -sent home. He rejoaed the battalion on August is wa wounded on September 4 and died of his wounds on' September 10. f PERSONAL NOTES. Tha 'following are further particulars of officers whose death has already been' an nounced SrcosD Lat-nc.-A.Tr Hzxnr CLAUD BKSJCAKS Gloucestershire Regiment killed on September 3 aged Si wai the-aldest son of Dr. C. Bernard.- of Fishponds Bristol and great-nephew of Dm E..M. and'W. O. 'Grace. He was educated at Lord William' Grammar School Thame and St. John' College. Cambridge. where he wai in the O.T.C. H received bis commission on September 1. 1914 and wa pointed to tha 7th Gloucester Regiment. He landed in GallipoDswith his battalion in July 1915 and 'on August 6 1913 was wounded. On his recovery he returned to be peninsula but in a few days was invalided with a poisoned foot On the journey back to Aktrandri he contracted enteric and waa Invalided to England last February after two months In hospital After his recovery he wa attached to the Reserve "Bat talion and in July .was attafcbed-t&Jh Worcester Regiment A few day before he wa killed he was appointed signalling officer to his battalion. SECOND LmcTEXAirr Annuir GEOMB HUBXAKD East Kent Regiment was wounded on Angnit 20 aad died 10 day later aged 21 On the declaration. of war he at once enlisted la the Queen' Westminster Rifle and went to France with the 1st Battalion of the regiment in October. 1914. He returned home invalided la' the following January and in March 1911 wa given hi commission in the Buffs. In August 1915 he returned to the front and volunteered for the post of bombing officer to hi battalion. He acted in that capacity until January last when he wa wounded and after rejoining his regiment he again proceeded to the front only a few week before receiving his fatal wound. He wa the only son of Mr. T. Rowlatt Hobbard Leecroft Bromley Kent aad was educated at Dulwich College. WILLIAX TEKMCLL Gloucester Regiment was the only son of the late William Girdlestone Terrell. L.MJ3. Missionary in PM and of Mrs. Terrell now of Siao Kau China and grandson of the late Mr. William Terrell. J.P- of Bristol. H was educated at the School for the Sons of Missionaries at Blackheath and at Clifton College where h won an entrance scholarship. From Clifton he proceeded to Corpus 'ChrisU OoUege Cambridge where also he obtained an entrance scholarship. 'He also held the M David Thomas Scholarship- Intending ulti mately to carry on his father's work in' China. He joined the Bristol University O.T.C. at th outbreak of the war and wa transferred to the Cambridge University O.T.C. He obtained hi commission In November 1914 and wa promoted to H"it-tnnt early la the following year being attached to th Gloucester Regiment In July. 1915 he went to the front with hi regiment and returned to England wounded early In March of thl year going to .the front again la the T MHU of July. Lieutenant Terrell had a rare natural gift for music and mathematics. THE CALDECOTT COMMUNITY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sir Tour columns give eVidence almost daily of a tide of discussion rapidly increasing in Tolume aad depth that is beginning to larad erery corner of our educational system. Criticism of the preaent order is of undeniable Talue even when It aims merely at throwing our shortcomingsvInto relief of much greater Talue is the constructTO criticism that eipreases itself in efforts to make those shortcomings good. The Caldeoott Community IS Cartwright-gardens W.C. was founded fire years ago by the preeent diroctor Mia P. M. Potter and Mis L. M. Rendel From a free nursery-school it ha grown into an institution of an original 'and promising .type from which reformers of elementary education hare already much aad may. In future hare much "more to learn. The directors who. with their staff give the whole of their'tlme freely to the work began with' the conric- Uon that the best fruits of education can be won only when each child is allowed to develop At his own time. Inspired constantly by this principle but na* a to maj reaay-maae system they are 'seeking in the genuine spirit of scientific inquiry how to secure for boys and girls throughout the elementary school period the most healthy and complete development of body and mind Such an Institution can best achieve ita aims by working in friendly independence of the Htato school organization Thus though the community gladly opens ita. doors to inspection .by the educational authorities its fund are derived entirely from private source The income ha grown steadily even during the war but the very success of the work ha brought difficulties that make impossible it continuance In a district wher expansion i prohibitively expensive. The council have decided therefore to take the bold course of converting th community into a "country boarding chool. for working men' 'children where they may be educated In touch with rural life. Twenty of th present pupils whose parent are prepared to pay the necessary small mainUnano fees would accompany the directors. These children would carry with them the tradition of th school aad would serve aa a nucleus for It renewed growth. The earnestly deafar to accept thi opportunity of securing th cofxUnuaaee and further development of th director1 beneficent workj they cannot however do so unless the income at thair disposal 1 raised from the preeent sum. t(0. to 800 per "nrm. They appeal therefore tor .sswMance to all who reoognlxe that to raise the ideals aad enlighten' the' methoQs of elementary education Is oa of the surest wars of fettering the spiritual strength aad securing the general wellbeing of th nation. Further Information may be had oa application to the secretary. Subscriptions and donations will b gratefully acknowledged by th Hon. Treasurer Mrs. C. Mareaco Pearoe to whom cheques should be T" payable. W are. Sir yours r y truly T. PKRCT Ncxir Pro- OoxsTaxca E Lena. fecsor of Education la M.D. the University of Lon- LTrroit. don Chairman of JOKX MAROIXLO. Council. Mtppfn K. Himy FBAXT B. Bznov. Aiama SAICOWICB. L. HziraT Hoovnu JAXX STKACHZT. SERVICE MEMBERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sir When I rad the letter under th aW heading in year Issu of yesterday ths thought earn bet or seeing th signature- What fox that has lost his brush Is cajoling others to part with their/ We M-P.'s Joined Or rejoined the Service Ucaoa w felt th country needad us becaus we could not bontiy ask ethers to do aad carry throogh what we oursalre wer aot prepared to underUk Soot of ns WM oM many at us "rusty" aad of little military Yam at the commencement bot after two years w know ottr work and w ar or bBrr ws at seril. aad w do not think w have the right to fear a right a .othrr aiaa or body ot mea oaa xrcta until th present PariUment decide otherwis or aatil a SMIW TarUameal 1 ratoraed. The Roll of Hoaout this morning shows 100 casualties to officer merry UnWfor a soldier to ask to ntura to etril at I I admit ther ar tuay members ot flghUac ace still in the lloaa who did not shart our vi r and some who having put their hand to th plough hare turned back but 1 do not think the aetioa of tho netabsa rtrengtheos Lord Murray of Bubaaxl arfUMt I am. Sir. BEBTBAM O. FAIXB. Heaas ot Commons. Sept. 14. A T.C.'S WJSDB1SG. -The marrUg took place yesterday at Stofcs Dm rI parUh church. Drronport -cl 'TieoUnaiit Hsrbsrt Jaoes. son of Mr. aad Mra. W.7aast ct virs kku. v ft i n.tc ot .f SUCCESS OF SUBJ iIlUil'JciSAT WOMEN FOR HEN. Even after- two yean of war with its large demand on women' .labour tha number of women avaflabl for aubatitoUaa work k extraordinary. TTi' rtat nvTit ha of the Chiel Woman Inspector of Trado Loboor Exchange Women loTsubstitnUoa" Jobs i ther is a paWoUc glamour about rrpladac' avn which is i not-to he found -fa th aormal pre-war time eocnpaUoas of WOM"m -TUt fn'hTtrJMm f htT itvtfi how ever aad it is th cause of the distiact unpopularity of obvious feminine oecopatioas such as. dressmaking aad naUinery.and the difficulty which business firm nemllm uch worked find in obtaining them. The supply of women clerical workers too appears to hare bean almost exhausted and it ia no unusual thing to find ia offices of associations endeavouring to carry on workr begun ia pre-war days senior officials reduced to typing their own letters or writing them by hand. The work of substitution has been mad 7ry easy for employer aad. this is an norraous benefit to the country lathe present crisis. The activities of the local advisory committees on women's/employment appointed by the Board of Trad to consultation with the Home Office aad ia nonn T on with the Central Advisory Committee of which Mr. Cecil Barmsworth is chairman have beea Invaluable. Women's labour which before- the war was a rigid thing has become fluid aad fa easily transferred and this is in no small measure do to their Sorts. Information i quickly obtained through the com mittee aad the Labour Exchanges a to where there U a possible surplus and where a dearth of women. 'Where 'women- are drafted into a new district in great numbers it is th.business'of these committees to see to their homing and appeals are made to well- peopl who have .never let room to accommodate workers some of these appeals being printed and distributed even in'the churches la a few centres such as Coventry ther are' big clearing .hostels to which the women esa go on 'arrival. la one district wher there were 6,000 women employed before the war there" are now over 20.000 and they have com ta parti from Plymouth Bristol Jersey Wales and thTpoUeries. Kxw FOODS or Iromrnr. The different local advisory committees throughout the country approach the problem of women's employment ia different ways. la Glasgow for Instance one form of. propaganda ia. a printed slip which is placed in all the tramcan containing an appeal to women to undertake work in the following indus tries i Shlrtmaklng weaving waterproof goods making paper-box making printing and book binding shop assistants ft yn tackle gam workers cottonsplaning aad. laundry .worker Grimsby's committee while stating the work available there fish curing" jam 'making. railway work shop assistant also gives the work in th West Biding of Yorkshire and TJacohinhlre for women who might like to -go further -afield. In Eeighley the leaflet announce that the committee ha undertaken a canvass of all the women fat- th district who ar available for work. Other committee have also canvassed the women. Pamphlets on the substitution of women in Industry for enlisted men prepared by the Home Office and the Board of Trade ar being widely circulated amongst employers' assodaU local tribunals local education authorities trad unions the Labour Exchanges and wherever they might reach the right sources. This is all the more necessary ss it is found that processes which some manufacturers have considered to be quite beyond a woman's powers are being carried on with complete success by women employed by ether firms. The pamphlets now available number 19 and deal with the china and earthenware trade pottery coara ware aad brick trad ladlarubber trade colour paint and varnish trades wool industry papermaVlng. cotton trad boaWy manufacturing aad finishing trades woodworking 'trades leather "n'"g and currying trades aoap and candle trades glov trade heavy clothing trade tobacco manufacture flour milling boot aad shoe manufacture chemical Industrie sugar refineries aad silver and electro-plate trade These pamphlets are intended to give accurate Information of the processes already successfully employing women in the trad and also particular of any arrangement between the trad association and operatives any adaptations of. the Factory Act with regard to hours and other matters. In the pamphlet dealing with' tobacco manufacture the following Interesting list of processes in which women have been substituted for men is given s 1. tetf im.pinfc Il jnotln or vttttot dovs. bott at and at UM floor iiiocmas. X. fealtac hf-e MlB Bseh'aM. 3. Packicr. PTMMS In roll and csk departments. 4. Flue Ulios sot maktasY Dnstlug or opeotac ami spnadlnc of eat tobsoea s. Bprtfllni. r. AttsroHiw cfsantt m tinf under sopcdate&deoo at i m lnlpf M Wj t. Ia various kinds of varsfaoos vert. i c patatec for export. 10. Snperrlsloa a fonwoas Wwcrs TAMNXXSI mo NAVVIES. The most recent reports available dealing with substitution show that there is a large Increase ia the replacement of women In tanning aad curryiag. Both in Hull and Leeds women ar being employed for breadmaklng in bakeries where machinery is used. A woman has been placed ia London as a 'guillotine cutter ia th cardboard trad This is particularly interesting a cardboard box firms frequently report that the men la this work are indispensable and that without them plant would b necessarily idle. The employment of women in chemical works b very important both for laboratory work 'and or light labour. Ia brewing further sub stitutions are going on and at Burton women ar scouring vats when emptied rolling casks racking VA i""g casks and carrying sacks In the f'H"g department An increase in the employment of women hi th public service i reported from several district They are employed not only a labourers in gas aad electricity works aad tram conductors but also as tram inspectors tram drivers lamplighter road worker tarring roads and a repairer of telephone cords. Ther i aa instance at a woman having beea placed a steerer for a traction engine aad on of a woman chool attendance officer tn a rural district. la one area it is reported thai women are being empl for barrow delivery for th post-office two worl each barrow. Women ia work of a heavy kind ar having a considerable success. At a slag reduction works women have beea set on for shovelling slag Into a crusher. At aa Ironstone works S2 women have been substituted for men chkfly at loading aad "i I wagons. On ironston rvfua heaps wom a ar I working recovering ironstone which ha beea thrown I away a useless. At several docks tay ar acting as pit prop carriers aad la several eaes they ar working a labourm ia the building trad though aoa ar carrying hods. Women aawice have beea angaged to work hi tha construction of new chemical plant aad ia some places they are employed a scavengers and road cleaners aad oa sewerage work aad to re place furnacemea ia gla bottl making. WILLS AND BEQUESTS. LARGE TELESCOPE FOR A SCHOOL. Mr. WiiuAX LOJTDOS of Quay Hous Woodbridge Suffolk retired bank manager who died oa June ItUkA left property of th grow vain of 110.11 a th at personalty being C9t testator bequeathed A IWjto. NfiMtlnt tsfeseflps.'rtta tb. madrfi and IU lot iwaortn and notUnc to tt t WOOJDrtdfl EDdOMJ ScB Ol4. fc tte KteQll sa4 ta tsoMM traatLsoo i U o Mk t t. Among other latest wills are tho following i ONssrsb ia f of of asnasf tt Xarsl AtrAOkatU crust Hr. Eu ODOsur Bum. at M&rdsa Bees Bsntea IB IXLSCS Esau UHntASHK. ot BnHtatU tmnn. ltt tUBUt lor f rnasl mf mi. aaoiilid aorl Mr. Brsasu T AS. f Wartrs. SS. Dovss-paik. Baa Bar. tmntt BaBacbK dtnetoc t T. BoUrt aa4saUSSB B ol&jL MM Mr. Waxujf Buovron Birra t Cbdvrta.Cla an la tonrl/ of Dv. sar nan tb r. saa O. ssMr sad lor U ran te U Ortt Bsrrtet ts la tekansi sUs Atari 4 kosaiea la Utui s tora 434 of Yoik- oattSacM. .V FMaots ttatind ladiaa 8U8 Cart J 1UX. Mr. Frederick Jlarroa ha now arranged t&a .wba Mrl Jt iU Drmjt k proioosd a th fiaynarket the loading part wtil U pUyd by Mr. tL T. Esmond. who has bate released from Us part 1a Tin CM Cint IK retura -Mr. Uarriaoa aarnlesMd Mr. Donald Cahhrop for the Oarriek Thostro production. ha Uen xcoaiderahU difficulty in easting itr. JkMlat Dm r OriciaaBy tho chiaf .part was tnloBdoi.te Mr. H ry Atttey who resi.T d ti ta order to Join UM Amy. Mr. Lya JBardtaf a affrd th part bat was aaabU to aoceo H wia to aa A2n rkJA whoso Ban P mg Btfti. art oat Bttt. wbfl Mr. A. XJOtt wo also sajpstod. H stifl appaadac ta MILK exes 4 i' ia- The Ctty ANOJ Q'SPANISH SYMPATHY A NEW SOCIETY FOUNDEJD. "fTO THB EDITOR OP 'THE it a pertinent to announce that ia Aaglo-Spaniah Society is- ia process of formation with the support of the Spanish Ambassador wbom Lord Latvmer has neptioned. Boqas xaemben of Oxford University' havo this in hand .and the following ia a draft of the propdsed scheme Tax Axau 8r AXISX So trrr. Thl sodety fa to be founded in recognition of the cordial sympathy which Spain aad tho Spanish. peoples have ertfOffcd to tho British Empir In this crisis of its fortune aad of the immense onomlo Interest which the British and th Spanish hm in nTT A face The 'object of the society wffl be to promote more InUmat rvlstfcms both mteQectaal and commerdaL by offering .hospitality aad opportunities of social Intercourse to Spanish-speaking vkstors a the British Isles i by fostering in Great Britain and Ireland the study of the Spanish language nteratore art and history and by assisting British students to enter Spanish lands. It is proposed to establish a similar society ia Spain. The British society win seek to secure aa adequate provision of teachers of th Spanish' language and literature ia universities couece school and centres holding day and evening Jasae Thociety will advocate the endowment of professorship and lectoreshlps in Spanish studies a also provision of travelling scholarship for student who have shown proficiency ia th Spanish language. The University schools of Spanish studies ia l nd Liverpool Oxford Cambridge Manchester. Leeds Birmingham aad elsewhere will have the sympathy and -support of the sodety. It will cooperate with aD existing agenda which have the same or similar ends ia view with special sections of Chambers of Commerce with institutions providing courses of classes in modern languages -'and with geographical and other learned The sodety will furthermore seek to Improve the facilities available to Spanish-speaking students for study in British universities secondary schools t rt"i -M schools and schools of commerce. It will endeavour to help in the same manner British 'students who propose to follow regular or special courses already provided in Spain. It is hoped that It may be possible to foster Interchange of students between British and Spanish' speaking universities also the interchange of teachers. The society will endeavour to secure for Spanish- speaking studeata duly recommended and qualified an insight into the methods of British education and the working of British industrial and commercial enterprise The' society hope to secure the cooperation of honorary agent aad sodal cealres or societies for young people duly recommended who may visit this country for purposes of study sad business. It is believed that through the Influence of the sodety facilities for travelling ia the British Isles aad Spanish-speaking countries' will be extended unproved and more widely known. Apart from the advantages to scholarship and commerce which this scheme offers it. should also prov useful la providing candidates for certain posts in the public service. While the sodety will prove to be of benefit to employers it will at the same time open to Our youth the avenue of new careers. Th branche of the society wiU be left at liberty to promote the object in view by such methods as each branch considers the best adapted to its local conditions. W. P. KEJt H. W. C. DAVIS. J. M. MAC KAY. F. F. UBQUHART. EDWARD HILUARD. MUSICAL FARCE OF CAMBRIDGE LIFE. "THE LIGHT BLUES" AT THE SHAFTESBDRY. Br Mark Ambtesi u Jsck Hubert wtta Lnta br Addas Scs Xaste br Hovud TtOx aad Bsrmaa Ho Jo Bracks AUSST CnvAUza tat Ottver rctri TI.P. rasa Lnra &UKIST Loour Itak of Oorobtftet CBr Brook Arttuu Bobbs JACK Hciszx Gvsdy &KAIII GUXVUA\S Basil rrecroft Son. COWASB Topy Deri- OOLT PisnrsAJC OjrmWU Patrt CICH.T Cocsnrtuos MUdnd PcLri KAXXB LOVAT Mn. Bodd Auca MA snsu T LigKt Blutt is a musical farce. of Cambridge life which aa at least one of 'the two authors is a Cambridge man may be taken to be as a ar as need be to a faithful picture ot undergraduate doings in Msy Week. Th cause ot most ot the necessary trouble is the presence of Topsy Devigne a lively lady of the lyric stage who i engaged to the young Duke ot Dorchester and flirting at the same time with that very gay old fellow Jo Brooke father of young dive Brooke the virtuous undergraduate who married tb Master's daughter. There is a tab of a lost pearl necklace and various other little episode to .fill out a piece some of which is great fun and all of wffieh U carried through with high spirit by a clever company. The appearance of Mr. Albert Chevalier is a point of interest and his Joe Brooke is so genial an old rascal and Mr. Chevalier so fine an artist that tho rogue 1 never offensive though be gets nearest to it oddly enough when b 1s singing a sentimental song about love of Mr. Chevalier's own composition. It would be a charming song were it sung by anyone else but Joe Brooke. The comic antic of Mr. Shaun Glen villa ss an Irish gyp caused roars ot laughter Miss Cicely Debenhsm played the rrru lady with any amount ot piquant charm and cleverness and Miss Cicely Courtneldge. Miss Nancy Lovst sad the others helped to make the piece a great success with the audience. Mr. Herman Finck has contributed some of the olliest and quaintest of the musical numbers and there is some part-singing by male voices which makes a clessant feature ot the music. OBITUARY. MISS JANET ACHURCH. Mrs. Charles Charrington who died at Vcataor on Monday wa better known a Miss Janet AchurchK whos wonderful performance as Nora Helmet Li th fint. agush production of Ibsen' A Dofft Boutt m 1 9 wa th talk of London for'many a day. Miss Achurch had the theatre ia her blood. for her greas-craadpareaU had been th friends and contemporaries of th Kembl family and of Mr Siddons. Her first appearance oa the star was under th management of Mis Geneviive Ward at. the old Olympic tn KM bat most of her early experience was gained with th Benson Company with which h played such Important part a Dosdemona th Qaeioia fiamlrf. aad Lady Macbeth. Her husband hlmsolf aa actor wa managing th Novelty Tbaatr when A DoITs Hout was produced. Hr suooss ia a most difficult part wa Both th critic aad th public wall thr differed as to IbMa's conception of th part agread that th actress did att that was humanly possible to mak Nora a living tort Ia showing the transform tioa from gay to grave from lively to sever Miss Aehorca wtabUshai herself aa oa of th foremost ot Eacttsa iaUrprstors of Ibsen. In a ub- qaat tour of th wond SB achieved th distinction of being th firs Englishwoman to play at UM Khodmal Thtr at Cairo. Slaos IMS her appoar- aaees oa th stag wer som what Infrequent though ah wa associated with SOCM of Mr. Bernard Shaw1 brightest work notably Lady Ooaiy la Orptei Brtt t Cetnto aad a Candida tax th plsy f tbafaams. Ia MM .she appear ta a revival of A Dtfft Bt pUymf oa tii oocastoa th part of Mrs.LLoda. One of hot last appsrao oa th stag wat la a rU ol ptirat psrfonaaaos of Mr. Edm PhlllpotUs plaj. Ta ert W a la 1IIX Tn Lord Chaabortam had rsfasod to I. ualea eortafat T g wr cat oot wbatonpoa six poHoraaaoM of tho playww atrea by iarUaUoa. Owmg to tho slowaess ot th play aiorssaos ta actors bad a hoary task bat there wore momonU wha Mks Achurch was xtraor4buiUy t wan her acting recalled son ot thoaoUhte I of hor earlier carver. ABRANGEMENTS FOR TO-DAY. m' f MUta lUO. 1M Mssssirsss B'S BaB riasiisill CMssrt. TJy rjMiirr Ttr rT.'T" T- XAjkitas-o tkos. 144. lay attoadsd a eerosaoL. ot Mr. Duk rsstsrdar at PW oU JJuhlHw to mark tha VISITS TO PRISONERS. T3U Time Faad oa behalf t the British Bed Cross Society and O e Order ol 8t Joha haa received to-day Mt s. towards U Batativta Visits to Prisoners fund which briaffi money b fair collected Cor this branch of th work to-over 4,300. The Ikt begins to-day with 100 which comes from the Swiss Colony la lyodoB a graceful and generous gift which is but in accord with the unttfling and large. kindneos of the Swiss people to our mea who are under their care. It .follows the jrift of J from Massr Tottart Brothers of Wiaterthur ackaowUdga ia.TA Time of yesterday. Over ta.000 ia- acknowledged ia general byHSa Fund to-day and w would acaia repeat the appeal for raising a further 1150.000 which bstifl needed if. as h so earnestly hoped 'the fond is to reach the sum of 4'milUoo by September 59. The South AnstraHaa' DtrWon of the AustraEan Braach"of the' P- MV give another proof of the generosity of the fTT" ytH1i fry rAtr g to-day a farther 12,000 It ia parUcularly pleasant to notice anumber of contributions which- are specially mw M for .the' of Wounded Fund. -Thi part of the work has constantly Increased hi scope aad imp the part BOW played by the British Bed aad th Order of St. John la portance and Cross Society g the suffering of oar sick and wounded when they travel by road. raQ aad ev really cannot b over-estimated. Then. too It mast b remembered that" thi part of th work involves exceptional wear and tear oa all tha machinery tswd-and the running expenses of ambulance boats aad train ar increasingly heavy now when there fa a scarcity of w many neceoaltien these direction Ther is a delightful "farther contribution" towards the'upkeep of two bed ia the Bed Cross Hospital'at tley which comes from the warrant officers and N.C.O. aad men oa tho stafTthere that is surely one of the best compliments that Nstley can receive. The Fund fa to-day Increased by 5 U So. 100. the total fa now 4,354,641 IJa. id. SubscripUoas should be sent to ths'Chabman of the Joint Finance Committee. Sir Robert Hudson-at 8J. Pan-mall. 8.W. cheque being drawn to tha Jolat War Committee aad crossed Bank of England not negotiable. LIST NO. 469. RELATIVES' VISITb TO PRISONERS FUNU. U X-irUa Ooloar 1 Undo ittL Sofloik BnoOi B-K.O8. Oat th bofit of BmtEoik BMaV aad Mis. mr d A. Milltr S. E. AaUoa. OxatOr Tosua r. L MJS Sa rt Brason Mn. Can E31oa CapC. W.A.C.LIor4. life Malar Tbo Bott. Ci EACd MK MaiUa Mi. sad Mn. Brdbt Boat \1ctfti U U. Mrs. ClUua. U EACit Tt Boo. Mn. Xanhsn-TowMbSBd ud MAO Ccanal Btavalov. C.B. fc Miss L. E. wJUlams. GENERAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. liM -ltn. L. B. Tana dor Tmvport ot Woitsdo rand t a F. Oazbuir sad X. K. VBttlock. Cans. lDr-Xraa oit ot Woande rand Asoanaoos per H r Mattstr Qesa Akxaadn USJ Ss. L Krittto Motor i- rund Knttta Bum tat Tnasport f Woondod rudk tSSO. XztaldU aad TotM o Btaack .BCa. tturtatf coo- tdb Uaa fill ts. Id. Brttirti XaddsnU In Pwa tethsr tootrilmtk 1100 IAOL- B. O. TtUtr. X 4. tor Ttsosport Wooadnl Tand Mz. sad.Ma. E. L. Dsber Hot Xrufport at Wouadea Tand Tfc Vm ol BaNoostoroo k. ISO. BrtUjk Wooes of JUo d JaMlra UiOl aad Brlthh Woora tt McUioror UUU UaittM. otmteUwUoa lovsM opksep of Mds U BOM B.C. UomtuO. 144 l s. td. OoDscMd tr th toed Major of BoO Boc Irssspoct of Wounded Toad SS 10s. Ths tsnt BabbnXstaUa Ud. ifrn. T t Oopeahacn 1W lAClt OnoBty C ito Bnack B.K.C8. tviko eontrlbo- tic tor Tnasport of Wound Fund K. S. CbobModcSiy. E IbvtbCT eooHlbatka tot Tnvport of Wooded fund U7 Us. Td -Ptt OrttMU OaU Zml4n Pr Appeal UM Jio. tl a C. Urn XM Waste. W. Aa TttU. 110 P r G. J. Baddo. EM Deant. UAA UO Bofcstwi BnaX B. AMca. U ts. A. J. I. Sana. A&Mtta. CuxU. M. audwlad sad D. BetuttO. toq Uondnns. U 10s. Mis A. D. pousUs WtlllastOB. MX. U satvcrtptldM ud r IL a S M. Ui EACH -Aomsn'Xnis. Em. Ux Haa.3es. CTMolyanii W. B. Utem TUartnU. Ek SO EACUv-X. B Bjh EMI. Vim CUdMsUrf .tt. uriss. tdv-CtfecUd In TT m. p Sv a E. Thck. ban. US Os. Ud/- Wl cUd br Mn. Wslltf T. COST Xto d Juetro Uv ADaaratoas. tlU W N XX's Ud Mm a 8U3 of yt r XX. llowiUl tortter eonliftmtlaa towards ot tv beds tn U kocpitaU. U to XAOtf-W. K. W. Utnaoo tfoztbct W. T. Qauiw. Esq. ltiU snJvcrtpUoo UEACIL -K.MItct U. i Ca l BamdaOs. Esq. and BepUmbtr subnrlptkM U. J. W. Ton B -E.r J XtssAfMsChanPtraOwiM MUs Jfc P. MkndM J Put procnd ot a FatrtoU Owoctt U CrtH m Mis. BnrtiU tfortbct coa- IrUHjUoa Ww DMVOAM Wu B p OueualUM. U M. ASBosl Show tm wtoa LoncrUte. 17 ITS. MS& Monlcss Bcbool -Bals. Kla lowm. IT 9 td. ttaltabwy Ton I eUctaD il ot UM Britlstt Bouti Afrkms FoUci. i lUf lOHABatsThortoed. t4 as. EACU--Tba. W. EUrfon. E q. O. Kawlwrn. l j. HonMT L. C. Hou E inirtbet cootraakm MissM.1 Boorcri U EACH. Jok TbraM. l i BwolUr tortrilMitluBl D. R. Kaatctr. J. Mftaa Ttrk JX.i A. O. B. M UUad. liq. furtlxr rootribottooi Mn. W. E. MUln tmr etOT WBerJ W. U. Lterd Col. K. aMrkpUrtck i wu F od AdaUalMntlua OoaualttM U tt Cutnl JCmlnc. lUud MM Croup. t Ms. toad Ecnet Btllci EM. 1C O. 8. Toser. Ev ffart&er eoottlbaUoo U ll Jd. Uurtfl sod B tkiucbe a Ss. KACH.-C. D. kUtUms. IJ. W. B. Gcatn. l u SMsithlr eaatrllMUo T. II. WrsM. 11 dor adoofc tt EACHv H. J. N. EdwtM ru OUwlal CUrfe lUain. Em. Mn. A. Msrtew Ua tblr o6 alpt om Mn. EoflM GtMtxnf CkprU. a 1 4 nten Fftilik Ckoreh. ft lOi -Mn. A. Morfcr. SSs.Bd. EdsoattCkOKtv 2 Ss. K. ftitaa. E j. tSb.9d Ktot Oochia Cborck. MeKsnsI EM. Cflscrts K. Johi's Oranh. MlMHdMrPncr Wcsrt Mslcb la Tkorpwl Part B. X. K. tortasr eaatilbaUont r Mim. Ctmr tmauWr Mn. r cy SMhOTt tooothtr sataarteUasd Ladtord. Miss L. Moara-Baddcr. Qoxa CkBMl fkitaa. trio EACH. J. DuM. C E. BkMHlwT i W. M vt Xe too. EM. O UM raaM- boUoa tat Wslkls tlck l ad (1 M. Hi. AJdu Cfcott. Ofaantowm. II fci -D kead 8U Man rMsk. Cl fc.-Hns.lw MUac Ootf CaU t Is. d JuHot dtorii. Cl 1 EACH. UTt B Bes. Et .i W. H. K. OaUa K. Xant .E j. W.ODSSOB.EM. Mls J. X. WQUan O of TrmMPort Boat Bouta-Watm MlltarX 11 J. J Bncm fonb r coaidbBitoa Arthur WrUbt. E i. Cl Ss. Sd. L 1 J CbBR U EACH. TU Ml to3 W. -ftlkt. It. MIM jaeot Aaoarnoos MVis M. rvdhr Ateatolr mtmaH tnmt Tbaa Hifl. EM. Qtar Jmtf. FAAJ Ma. Bnad aal Mn. iMiri esMDialr sataertpttoM. (7 IS d. StiUaKrUopt ndw Cl. CM U d -r c OoltooUac- A luncheon wfll bo given by th Royal Colonial lastitot at th Hotel Cecil next Friday at 1.15 to th Premier of Ontario th .Hoe. W. H. Ueant. JCXX Mr. SUel-Maltlaad will u Rumanian Relief Fund BY an nnjortonitt ortnigfat bl dnftinr the sJvertikmcnt ol the above Fond which tpptirrd on September 8 the name of Sir Georp Anoenoo. Seortir/ of The Baalc cjf Scotland wu ocaitted. AB crlptkira thould be test to Sir Gectft Aaderson u Hon. Ttnarer o thi. tfeon Find. Bank c4 Scotland. 30 Lcndoo. E-C. AHJIBIUQUS I. 15. J 1 .ol1tt g'"mnIat. WL"DSORC. 1 deeor& Lieute t 1 ng .CanadiaJlInfaDtr1 th 8eatt taJ1 t e 11 Tbl J'rince J..J D' r. D t1tIXI 'U. from Mauns ee- C.tc tJus ennwg /de. 'consent t become II' has and EasU'm General Hoepital d b \\eet fuj ty' u on U'Stord. b 'MQueen ill m future ,1 11 it..l f r iO-p. n'a was. 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I LI&I.A.a 0IbcL iAUDITS. 10. -0 mEEDrI'On l r 1IUi. ma maD au .m..oW.i It dfJD&tiOD. u-.i far.W. p\Jrp P "lIt'Te it es t a vlian. J.tiJo No't. I t. X. .J..VD -& J ori&l has .t-n b&t.tho IJU ia'the K. nce ft' .ill I\I1I1Il. 11"1. n 1 lib 'OI' Tod f rei. Xa j III Ii AIDOn ww &lid HI. .s.lllllC 1l Ii It I..U nnh. SA 111.t1. U.u.JJ..Jn JIOddInes J J T. u w. -.1 6.11 u-I.J.Dt .oM. C J1rBCHAPPOIXTXE.rrs. J\ La. IWon j'to 1I'\ D1D1 :1a-The C. w. 1it \t. lhe P t.rr. t 'ar t the W II. X' "hto t. the .t i4. mI llIosulrea.d1PUbli6hedin 2'1. T"-II. a. U4 rltv 5. h.1II\ 11tUk u. aC 'r.L. c 1U t' I lOa1tt IIItdII. 1. Yb.r.c(8& cq.q JI.I. d cI Tarnr. 0aII I' -bo TruI.eea i 1 .L. I .1. fli MD\t W1UI Mr. J. W. J'nIIaa -1M n. II 10. u. aC I& U. rl.1n ti&I. UIa B.P.G. 11 1' K. AIe ric&r If n" I 'C e' I c JJI adaW. -Tr 0 \ax. to IUL nnll 9: -\m-I Me. Yo The r r-.cr IU.1 rills banloi. ba.1t bat r'a UttieUnr .h ve aU cenJl' LHh"tnnrth an.ih1ppincss t..Lt' s. Larr piIs an.2 J'\IJ'r,1t\'t let YioJcntb' u 1.1..1 tx 'es i tbb. rc JIlrt' amt1pa. c tta 1 cureS 'itr J7 1Q.11J'II\I IVER 1I1'dl \'ectUble. PILLS. hl1a1J PW-SmaU a-o CtSUI"'E coco. mast beU'SJDUture Gp'OI.aadaris. k te Sold a Powder. e'\'erywhere 6 2'a AsJ:1 J.F.'p' 'B announee. 'tbatCaptain'Jf JC 'RUfeCorp.s.:1rhO V.e..in. in.19Udied'.of CUT P4VL'B1m.n" --in" Dfcember-UI" h1a 1D 'F in'Oct.ober. IIIIJ. wu.a U. on. for wblch he awwed I- NonmbertJ t atnqth&bolf tprlnAi'lg many..Joada g. D emberT.lIl OI1pr.trol men h7 t.be eDem. 1 face ht.umed Ju.NletT. Two c.111.b' 'ft whUe M wu ac w Bewail OoIoneIFrancia 1I118Ii&n" alou of.the BRIGAJ 1ER.Q re t f nerallL D.S.O.'and M.1 hill otu C G cBJU04DIn-Gamw. IIt'COnd lIOn of the late Hen Ault'Ulf.lIl7. II. Jk.d. olone1in UI4.From BU r. tD Qu n' th ta1:1n actl na Colel'berio aw4J'dt'dtlle follow IOn ved BJucW IZS.a. uLolna R.F .A..owu Be. t. Jur'in l mr I 07. utb MOOder'Rlnr 11" 11" 18 UI. h1a t.be.preeent.wu. j 1' G. Q.M UeuS. 1. 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