Delaware County Daily Times from Chester, Pennsylvania on July 12, 1918 · Page 9
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CHESTER TIMES—CHESTER, PA., FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1918 THEY DIED FOR THEIRJWTRY Perching Casualties Listed as 52, With 9 Killed in Action; 7 Dead of Wound* (By United Press.) ASHINGTON. July 13.— General i-ur's today reported 62 casualties. • ...i as follows: A-.! in- .fiction — 9. i ^d of wounds — 7. . . ,1 of disease — 7. .-, ,i of aeroplane accident— 2. , , ,! of accident and other causes — 4. \ : ,,'imied severely — 15. v,.un«led slightly— 1. .viindeil (degree undetermined) — 2. :.-M!'g — 5. r.' list follows: Killed in Action T ''..u "\V H / I ' - > • i 'j A ' Brown, Washington, D. C. M. Coppfnger, Oklahoma City, * r. Paisley. Glbsonville. N. C. .\!. Trotter, Camden, S. C. rseant P. G. Miller, Lancaster, lYn':uos: .-:. 1.. Conklln. Newark. N. J. S i>ti?annki, Schenectudv. N. T. jl. K. Jones, Roanoke, Va. \V. daniimaw, Potsdam, N. Y. Died From Wound* r.intain G. R. SpaTding .Columbus, Kv. Lieutenant R. E. Ball, Wollaston, M.ISS. Privates: j. \V. Bresnlban, St. Bernard Seminary. Rochester ,N. T. II. L. Erisman. Sterling, 111. .;. V, Fennessy, Rochester, N. T. H. Klein, New York. •\V. F. Ryan, Portage, Wis. Died From Disease Lk-u!«nants: c,. i;. Macnish, Stevens Point, Wis. c;. \Varner, Jamaica Plain, Mass. fVv.LVants: I'. A. Browne, Petersburg, V*. W. H. Lux, Fort Shaw, Montana,. fireman C. Hendricks. Havre, France. Privates: J. H. Ensley, Alnsworth, Nab. R. U. Nicolson, Scotts Mills, Or*. Died of Aeroplane Accident: Li<"J!t.'nants: \V. D. Robbins, Raleigh, N. C. J. C. Wilford, Ashville, N. C. Died from Accident and Other Cause*: Captain K H. Dauber, Benicla, Calif. Sergeant A. P. Peterson, Belolt. Wis. Corporal G. M. Cox, Denison, Tex. Cook H. E. Hollingsworth. La Harpe, Kan. Wounded Severely! ~ Lieutenants: ....'; ~; i'. H. Cook, Cusseta, Ga. v.~. H. Osborae, New York. II. H Tillman, Jr, St Louis, Mo. .M W. Williams, Sinton, Tex. corporal T. Brace, Detroit. Privates: L. J, Allen, Good Hope, 111. K. J. Blanchard, South Manchester, Conn. J. L. Dyer, Novice, Tex. c. D. Bkblom, Yonkers, N. Y. X. Oenaris. Greece. '•. W. Hall, Lafayette, Ind. .S. G. Johnson, Dot.Va. i". Lamphere, Dplgevllle, N. Y. B. L. Renand, Keewadin, Pa. -M. A. Seltz, Detroit. Private J. L. Eastland, Pittsfleld, M.is.s. Lieutenants: i:. A. Ogle, Terre Haute, Ind. '•. J. Rlley, Pleasant Hill, 111. Wounded (Degree Undetermined) Privates: :i. Christian, Filbert, W. Va. I. 1 . Clohessy, Brooklyn, N. YJ T. Crimes, Sprinfleld,, O. .1. \V. Ja-mes, Oil Trough, Ark. C. W. Preston, Wynnewood, Pa. NEW CHARTERS Okla Prairie Oil & Gas Corporation, Wilmington; $200,000. K.-r.yon Pulverized Fuel and Engin- muiK Company, Wilmingtpn; $100,000. "!'!:<• P. M. Owens Beauty Manufac- tiiniiL- Company, Philadelphia; $75,000. Keystone Index Card Company, Wilmington; $50,000. <':inii;ink Dry Cleaning Company, " iiininjjton; $24,000. WHEN!! You Feel TIRED, WORRIED, BLUE, DEPRESSED, Your Doctor will prevail on you to travel, knowing that a change of surroundings will change your mind and enable vuu to forget your troubles. HAVE YOU EVER TRIED A GOOD LAUGH TO CURE SUCH TROUBLES? IF YOU I Goldberg's I Comics $ Entitled: * SLACKERS, ? FIFTY-FIFTY, * LIFE'S LITTLE JOKES, I NO BRAINS, NO BRAINS, j I NEVER THOUGHT OF ? 'ill AT, \ MIKE & IKE THEY LOOK < ALIKE. t \\KEivI.Y MEETING OF { TIIK TUESDAY'S LADIES' YOU WILL LAUGH ' GOLDBERG MAKES MILLIONS LAUGH EVERY DAY •\t a great expense these Features appear in the Chester Times \ DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT TODAY DON'T MISS A SINGLE LAUGH SHIPPING NEWS The Federal Inspectors of Steam Vessels wUl inquire into the collision between the steaemer Luke Charles and the barge Silverbook, which occurred on July 6 off the Port Richmond piers. The steamer had two plates dented and the barge her stern smashed. A derelict vessel, bottom-up. about 150 feet long and just awash, WEW pasted on July 7 in latitude 37.15, longitude 73.15. The Dutch steamer Hollanrlia, from New York, arrived at Amsterdam yesterday. The vessel carried mainly food supplies for the Dutch. Germany guaranteed the safety of the Hollandia and another steamer, which left Holland for the United States about the same time that the Hollandia arrived. The steamship Mary Olsen, which caught flre while lying at Cienfuegos, Cuba, is a total loss. She had a thousand tons of coal on board, which may be saved. The crew will be sent home. The vessel was owned by the Hornet Steamship Company, of San Francisco, and was valued at $150,000. The South America' Steamship Corporation has purchased the schooner Malcolm Baxter, Jr., built in Camden. Me., in 1900. Several large-sized schooners, owned in Portland and other Maine ports, have been sold to the France-Canadian Line. The Emergency Fleet Corporation has closed contracts for twenty-three coal barges of 2500 tons capacity. The barges will cost $190,000 each, not including the installation of the equipment. The British bmrk John Murray, for Melbourne, has been totally wrecked on Maiden Island, South Pacific. A new type of turbine- has been placed in the steamship Wulsty Castle. It is equipped with turbo-electric pro-' pellir.g machinery on 'the Lungstrom system, and has made several successful trips. In the Lungstrom turbine the flow of steam is radial, the two sets of blades revolving i« opposite directions. Several of the crews of the war transports are asking for bonuses in making either foraign or coasting trips, claiming that the run is extra hazardous because of the submarine zones, in the army transports their claims have, been refused. G. A. Tomltnsbn hai been placed in charge of the Delaware and "Raritan. Canal taken over by the Railroad Ad-' ministration. Mr. Tomlinson has been, in charge of the New York State Barge Canal. The new barges being placed in the New York Canals will be used; as interchangeable equipment on the] Delaware and Raritan Canal. Brandywin* Summit Camp There are about forty families now- Jiving on the grounds of Brandywine, Summit Camp, which is almost in readiness for the formal opening on July 31. A number of improvements and changes are belngr made. T. Lawrence Husbands has purchased the Howard D. Ross cottage, and is rebuilding It. Dr. J. D. C. Hanna Is rebuilding his old cottage, to be occupied by his «on, Pr. Marvin Hanna. of Philadelphia. John I'ortrr, Emlen U. Lloyd, and William Harris have bought cottages on the Circle. One great improvement will be In placing of the store halfway down the grounds, on the entrance side, where it will be more centrally locat- j cd for all t,h<; cottages. The old store on the Hilltop has been torn down and the space it occupied will be beautified by the Hilltop Association. An Abrahams family, from Philadelphia, has purchased the Robertson cottage on McCabp avenue. The na« liijhtmc system has been extended, so that more lights will be placed at the entrance and in the rear of the grounds. A fine program is In preparation for the ramp meetings. Dr. Carlisle L. Hubbard, pastor of St. Paul's church, and son of the preacher-ln-charge, will preach the first Sunday afternoon of camp. Bishop Hamilton will preach upon two occasions during the c*mp. The Freis of Chester Times hai a rush department for emergency work. Try us. Press of Chester Time*.-—Adv. ANOTHER HOG ISLAND KEEL Work SUrts on Thirty-fifth Ship »t Si* Yard The laying of the thirty-fifth keel at the Hojf Island Shipyard and tho reaching of tho high-water mark of 28,5«0 workers at Jin- big plant were annoiin$«4 yesterday by Admiral Francis T. Bowles. The new keel was for the 7,500-ton carrier Shandaken.| The number of men and women now on the labor roll Is but 1,500 short of the 30,000 which will be required to operate the completed yard at full capacity. Steel is now coming in such large quantities to tho Merchant Shipbuilding Corporation at Bristol that the company is threatened with an embargo by the railroad because of the number of unloaded cars. The yard has ample supply for all the progress it can make. The Hog Island plant, whose schedule c»ll» for 80,005 tons a month at thl» time, U not yet getting a supply sufficient for full speed. When the way» are all working It will be able to utlUia 70,' 000 ton* a month. Th* program calls B. LACHMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 808 Edgmont Ave. 810 Big Special Sale For Friday and Saturday Only July 12-13 DQNT MISS THESE BARGAINS Just received, a very large lot of Ladies' Fine Voile and Organdia Shirtwaists, in white and plaid; all sizes; for this sale only, 13.50 value _ $2.00 Ladle*' Black Coaties, very latest styles; all size*, with beautiful'white satin collar*; value $7.50: special '. About £90 left—Ladies' 811k Shirtwaists, in Georgette, crepe and crepe de chine; all sample*; value $5.00; special Just received—a lot of Ladies' Blue Linen Skirts; very latest styles; all sizes; value $3.00; special $1.98 Ladies' Hand-knitted Sport Vests, In all new leading colors; all sizes; value »3.50; for this sale only , l*l?C» i V«*114W $2.49 'Ladies' 811k Dreises, with Georgette crepe sleeves; very newest styles; all leading colors; all sizes; *| A AT value $25.00; »peclal .. «pl'x««7«) All our Children's Hats greatly reduced; values (2 and |M| ,. 12.50: special .,, SIC ant) All our Ladles' Trimmed Hata greatly reduced; value 15.00; special Ladle*' Trimmed Panama Hats; very latest itylea; for this *ale only; value $5.00; special.. Ladle*' Hand-made Georgette Crepe Hats, beautifully trimmed; very latest model*; value $(.00i •peclal $1.00 WEEK $1.00 WEEK DIAMONDS! DIAMONDS! DIAMONDS! The only article of both everlasting and increasing value, .the safest investment of the age, can be bought on OUR THRIFT CLUB PLAN Our met hod >of extending credit on this plan is something different than ordinary credit, you have the op. portunity of the largest selection in Chester, you get the mds«. at cash prices, and every single article that goes out of our place goes out with OUR GUARANTEE. $1.00 PER WEEK Buy now while you have the oportunity. If you cannot come to our store, call Chester 2245, and one of our representatives vwill call at your home. DO IT RIGHT NOW BERNARD GOHEN & SONS COR. EDGMONT AVE. and EIGHTH ST., i CHESTER, PA. $1.00 WEEK S 1 . 0 0 WEEK for the completion of all the ways early In August. progress was again reported on both sirtu* after two more conferences yesterday between Mr. Cooniuy and the Southern wood ship builders, who are eager for more contracts and of the cost-plus kind. What Is thought to be the tlnal meeting, when all plants will be reconciled, will be held today. The New York Shipbuilding Corporation, at CamdeD. K. J.. Is understood to have received contracts for five more big transports. It wa» recently announced by Chairman Hurley, of tbc Shipping Board, that 32 contract* for transports had bt«n let. 'i'lii* counted previous contracts as well as new on«:s, Including tho»« for the New York yard. These boats will be of 20.600 tons displacement and capable of carrying 3,000 to 3,500 men by the old methods. However, the Government lias made changes in the conditions pertaining to transporting •oldiers. so that these ships will carry many more than the usual number. The Naval Contiultlnf Board will, at the Invitation of lt« chairman, W- L. Saunders, a. director of tke American International Corporation, tour the Hog Inland Shipyard today. Vice President de Taube, of the New fork Shipbuilding Corporation, will accompany the party from New York City and after they have seen the Hog Island plant they will go by water to the New York plant, at Camden. Tickets for entertainments printed at cost. Prcs» of Chester Times.—Adv. cprriA or LCI ML. Uncalled-For SUIT SALE| Mr. Man—here is good-news for you. This year, more than ever, we have been swamped with an j enormous amount of Uncalled-for bUIli> which were left on our hands because many men were called to the colors. The SUITS shipped to us are from , the following U. S. Woolen Mills I stores: ' f| Chattanooga, Tenn. Columbus, Ohio. fc Ourtoiton, W. V«. $f Canton, Ohio. Richmond, Va. HohiMtead, Pa. McKwport, Pa. Wilmington, Del. CharlotU. N, C. We must dispose of them at once, to we are actually selling them below cost You know the clothing sit uation and you know that clothes are going to be almost beyond the reach of the average man. So ACT QUICKLY. ALSO A FEW BETTER GRADES BliMfiald, W. Va. Ready-to-Wear SUITS-A11 the new summer shades in all styles. Big (PIC values at : «?*«* PALM BEACH SUITS and SUMMER $7.50 SUITS; all sizes; all shades . 50'5 U5.NOOLEN MILLS 1°. CUSTOM TAILOR S 516 Market Street, Chester, Pa. KOSHLAND "King of Odd Lots" Here Is a Sale $40, $50 and $60 Suits for men, made by two bf the most famous makers in America. and Reductions such as these would have been important even in the old days of normal costs. But today their significance is stupendous. These suits are the season's end stocks of two celebrated New York clothing makers— and their purchase by us was one of the greatest business deals we ever put through. It was spot-cash that did the talking-— that won concessions so great as to permit a twenty or, thirty dollar saving for you. Come tomorrow and see these suits: Tailored of Finest Worsteds and Silk Mixtures, quarter silk lined and with Silk Backed vests. Palm Beach Kool Cloth Suits- A big lot, specially priced for TOMORROW. Vacation goers will find in these suits the essence of style and the limit of value. up • Special Sale ot Men's Pants A big stock of them—made of worsteds, cheviots, serges, cassimeres, flannels, etc.—all finely made—all at tremendous reductions. up KOSHLAND CLOTHIER • THIRD & MARKET STREETS PHILADELPHIA STORES .:...,.'" 15-1749 North 13th Street Also 24-26 South 15th Street •M. n d Do«r Abov. M.rK.t ttr** ' ••*"•" Ch.rtn«t .ml M.rkrt Open Monday, Friday and Saturday Evenings

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