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feTHREE OF FAMILY
fcVjfank Conncll, Wife audi
w?-r Daughter Are Buried in
M "jJDOCTOR AND iNURSK HIE
tr'l t : c t t .
A lhu m orrvirr in i
ttcnts al St.- Joseph .i ,
Father mother nnrt daughter vlrtlris
. of Spanish Influenza, will he hulled Ir
the one grave nt Camden Inlay
A doctor and a nurse nl SI ,Inepli
' Hospital have given their lives o niin
later to the trlrken
Another woman died within twemv
four hours a tier tlie husband she had
nursed paied away. ,
Three members of the Cntinell family,
iti North Twenty-third street Cain
den, died of pneumonia rnntrarteil
through Influenza Frank .1 rvmnell
died first The death of the wife. Mr"
Carrie II. fonnell, followed Then their
daughter, Florence, ten years old, died
Funeral ser'-lres will ho ,hHd at 3 SO
o'clock tit! afternoon, with hurlal In
T)r. Kdw n -M Smith and Ml lti"e
Cummlng a student-nurse at St Jo
seph's Hospital, died at the institution
yesterday martyrs to duty In minister
Ing to Influenza patient. Pnctnr Smith
was horn In Vatdostit. Ja and was a
fourth-year student at the I'n'versity
of Pennsylvania H gave hi. sf r ice
to the poor during the height of the
epidemic anil two da.s gu gm-riitubed,
dying .yesterday mornlne
Mia Cumtnlnc lived at MOf, I'owelton
avenue and had been a nnre In training
for a ear She had devuttd herself
assiduously to the task uf attuiiding 'he
111 and several days ago was stricken
Within twenty-four hours of the death
of her husband fiom pneumu la, de
veloped from Influenza. Mis Sdic l.'t
mer died In the hnme of hei tnother-ln-
law, Mrs. Allen Timer. Monday. John
Ulmer, the husband died Sundav Their
home was at :02 McKean street Ar
rangements for the funetal have not
PRISONERS DIG GRAVES
Sent From Camden ,;iil to Help
Relieve Funeral Stree
Six ptlsoners have been si nt fiom
the Camden County Ml' to assist In the
digging of graves at Kvergreen and New
Camden Cemeteries tu prevent detayn
for funeral processions reaching the
vemetcr.les with victims of Influenza and
pneumonia. Including yesterday, 10S
deaths from pneumonia and si from
Influenza had been listed at the city
Hall, where burial permits ate recorded,
while records at the ottioes of the Hoard
of Health showed 2405 eases reported by
fifteen physicians, with thltty doctors
jet to teport.
Cooper Hospital Is filled with p.ttlints.
and It has been planned to open tin
'other ward. The Homeopathic and the
Municipal Hospitals also are crowded,
while at the Emergency Hospital nr
rangementH are being tuade for the
openlnc of another ward on the first
floor for the accommodation of about
fifty more sick
Through the co-operatton of ollbials of
ihe Victor Talking Machine Cumpany
twelve of the women employes at the
plant who hate had training have voltin-
' teered for work In the emergency ward
fit Cooper Hospital They are to serve
n three details of eight hours each,
fend their salaries will be paid b the
ARSENAL WALKERS BEAT GRIP
Frankfort! .Men Go to Work on
Foot, Avoiding Crowded Cars
Walking clubs are being organized by
the employes of Krankfcrd Arrena! as
an Influenza preventive measure As.
tho bUlV of the arsenal workers crowd
the cars and thus expose themselves to
the danger of contagion It was decided
that a. half-hour walk to and fiom their
homes was better than contacting the
This plan is be'ng ureil as probably
the only solution to the crowded con
ditions of the cats, which has been giv
ing officials of the arsenal t-ome con
fern. M'.st of the workers live within
walking distance of the'r work, and they
are enthusiastic over the scheme to help
prevent the spread of Influenza and get
a little beneficial exercise.
In addition to this, an order lias been
Issued reuutring the workets to take
exercise 'n the open air at certain pe
riods. Ileports received today Indicate
that there Is some slight decrease In Ihe
number of arsenal workers Incapacitated
Py the epidemic
DR. W. A. VAN DERVEER DIES
Former Snrjieon at Hahnemann
Suectimhs to Pneumonia
Word of the death of )r Watren A
Van Derveer. a former assistant sur
keon at Hahnemann Horpltal, has been
received from Portsmouth, Va.
Doctor Van Derveer was a surgeon In
(he navy and was iransfericu to 1'ort.s
mouth from I-eagu Island several
months ago, He conn acted pneumonia
while on duty at Portsmouth.
He was a son of Pr '? & w. Van
T'lrveer, of Mount Holl. N. .1 Ills
widow was formerly Miss Anna V Ha.
rls of Mount Holly
COAL BURIES GRIP SUFFERER
Negro Driver Recovered anil Met
Accident on Reditu to Work
Neither the Influenza nor the experi
ence of being burled under fifty tons
of coal has had any bod effects on
Richard Hradv. neicro. of 312 RjHt
U.ln.. a.eabt Ilruil.. ..no 1 ,1-1. ...
..aii.cn nii'ri uiaj. a va uini),
hd lust recovered from an attack of
t-Ii Monday. He was loading coal I was a member of the Philadelphia Heal
Into his wagon, when the entire loadlKstate lloatd and was appointed on Its
. was spilled on
him and he was swept
Into the company's hips, fifteen
Twenty men dug him out and in
Brady was taken to the llermantown
Hospital, hut he had regained con.
iclousness before he teached It and was
Sent home In a few minutes, without a
rcratch to slum- for his expetlence. j
FATHER O'DRISCOLL DEAD
GerniantoHii Seminary Teacher
t Victim of Infliien.a
': After a few days Illness, the Itev
tltltlon. r.r,.i...-n .. c. ... .
- Hi'ni vi iriciill, uj ,-. v lliceill s
rSmlnry. (lermantown, succumbed es-
ierasy to an aitacK or innuenza rob
lowed by pneumonia His mother was
S&yvtth him at the time of death. He
.yfriui a native of Brooklyn and had hfen
-'Itudylng for the priesthood In the Order
V ,M the Cojicrtgatton of the Mission for
vr, tteatly eleven years, and would have
v. it ordained had' he lived a few months
.t S, He had received all the minor orders
, 'Ind ws oWalned a-desron by Cardinal
vTlbbons .last 'Slay In 'the Cathedral In
Baltimore. Not arrangements hve jet
ten made for tlif fpnersl.
Jtiy King Atks (tonTpert to Dinner
'l' d.. .L tr!. I n
j-i v oy i in wwrnu i&rss
?aV, e.Jvlng Y'etor Kinmanue!,
; Jflhertcan I tor mlsskm..tHsVt
; (iviil tne tiviii.. lutivy in-
MSMjlstJI.' lsWW fsPMsJ
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Nurses Are "Kidnaped"
So Great Is Demand
Nurses am lieliiR kidnapped, so
(treat Is the demand fur their serv
ices on Inllurtnui patients,
Just as she left a case on which
slip hail boon rngnKed n nurse was
approached yesterday by it man
who put Iter Into n tu.xlcali unit
whirled her nway to his home, of
fering lief any salary to nurse his
The Visiting Nurse Society has
had several of Its nurses waylaid
mi their way home at night, and
taken to spend half the night min
istering to stinVreis in their m-Klt-hoi
NEW LOAN DRIVE
Northern Section Ready for
"V ake I p. Philadel
STATK NKAK SSO.000.000
AiranKpnienta for naftiiie the U'.ike
I'll. Philadelphia" tanip.ilRti tlirniichnui
the uptown district Thursday. Krld.n
and Saturday Mere virtually completed
when Jlw I'heesnian lletrlck, chair
man of the. North Philadelphia dlstrlci
Women's l.lliett Loan committee, met
with hr workers late e.teida.. N'elKh
holhood spokesmen aie beltie iilipolnleil
to carry the l.lbert Loan inessaKe Into
Stlrteil by th- appeals voiced throueh
the nenspapers and bv the slKht of
some of IVrihliiK's soldlei". It. K. White.
120 1 Master street. wall.eil to the
women's. headiUHtiet, llroad street
and ("oliitnbla avenue, jesletday and
doubled his pre lolls subct Iptlon. Mr
While Is a subscriber '" every loan,
and In the present campalKii made hi
The North Philadelphia women hae
obtained JSOl.lflfi worth of subscrip
tions to date. Mrs flmil P. Albrecht
head of the l'orty-seventli Waid com
mittee, rt ported n J25.U00 subscription.
TIip woman's Medical C'olleKe. thouEh
closed on account of the epidemic,
turned In $140" In sub-crlptlons
Mrs. John O. Miller, state chairman
for Pennlania women, whute terri
tory includes part of the Third federal
Reserve PlHtrtct. sent word yesterday
that women of the State had raised
J2S.1ii;i.l(i0 tip to October 4, according
to incomplete returns sent In.
District chairmen of Philadelphia are
ai-kini; women volunueis to teport to
them as eaily as possible for wolk dur-
Inc the last thiee ila.vs of this week. ,
llnoths directed by the National
League for Women's Service, Mis. John,
,'wmrens iimiie, tu.ii 111.10, ' '.I
.-..el.e.l ? finil I., .tat- Tli- lhl l.-i.
delphla Orchestra both in front of the
Villon LeaB'ie. headed by Mrs. I.enpol
Stokowskl, yesterday reported 5H.U'5i
INFLUENZA GAINS IN STATE
Believe Cret of Epidemic lla
Not Yet Hccn Reached
llnrrlsbiiric. Oct 9 With the report
ing of 137 new cases of Spanish influ
enza heie. members of the t'lty Health
Hoard ald that tlieie aiieais to be no
ab.itemeiit In the epidemic. Two more
deaths due to the dlsiase occutred here
The western patt of the State teport
d few cases todn, but In the east
Lancaster letKxited Sinn cases with
Phnuilxville. I'oatesvllle. WrlKhlsville
anil other towns In that section, and
some of the mining- communities sendltiz
In statements or more cases.
"Reports ic.ichlUK" me tnillcate tn.it
influenza Is still Increasing In the State. I
nnrt ill A nilslmr tif the nntl-conciecatlni;
order Is not anywhere in slpht." said Dr.
H Kranklln ttoyer. state lomnnssioiier ,
of Health. "It-ports from I'hlladeljihU i
and Chester ait- to the effect that the
crest has oeeu 1 earned, but it Is sun 1
too earlv to talk about that point be
itic touched In Schu.vlUll I'uunty or the
State al large "
WAR PLANT NEEDS NURSES
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h. If. lillriil Uompuny Ajipcals lorl
III inuri uini i,..--o'.. ..... ....... ...--.- ,
be Interrupted as little as possible by the '
Blip epidemic. Miss A Lidle Kile, chief
nurse of the welfaie depaitment of the'
K. Build Company, has Issued a" '
tit Kent appeal for women to volunteer to i
help light the scourge among the cm-
ploves. N'o stieclal expedience Is needed,
she' says. Any practical women can
perform the duties of nurse's aide. I
The situation at the seieral plants of
the comnanv is fast becoming critical.
Miss Kite said. More than 800 emploves
already have been stricken, and unless
the spread of tlie malady Is speedily
eXianl.-tt n-,rl. titwestltlt-V If, tlie l'Ml' U'lll
suffer Vlitually all "of the 4i0H em-1
..t.. i. .........nn., ,.rA uu.,ru.t in
li.es ill iiie triiiiii.ui.., nir ,,B.eu .,
making supplies for the nation's aimed
forces in France i
REALTY MAN DIES OF GRIP
lin K. Lewis, Libertv Loi
Jolltl K. Lewis, LibertV Loan
Worker, Siiceninbs in Tioga
Jolni i: Lewis, a Tioga real estate
hroker with olllces nt
I4.'4 west I toga
street, died of Influenza Sundav at his
home, l!lu!l West I'aclfic street. Mr
teifla ti'.s Viorti Aurll 4 1 fi 4 !t. Ife .
married Klurence Ooldner March 3, 1SU
He is survived by a widow and two
sons .fobii l unit ItHVmolnl II. Lewis.
Mr. Lewis was a member of Richard'
Vauv IJllltfe Xn. 2K4. of AlasollS. Ile."i. "- ' in ilia mow ll tficiiur, mm
wat tonvean:er of three building and
. U.u i.i ...... -.i n.. !..
i luuil uetlUl. lit llOIIB II trtia I cunrrn. Hie,
' Etflcienev and the Mutual Friends. He I
lourin Liberty Loan committee
JOHN E. LEWIS
TJoga real estate broker, tiled toilay
of islsiMi. sH.hU reiWce, 2109
.vTtFpt'v,,l " -'tAji
4PVIK ' w
fm l,fFp WMI Wm fl1 fW
Corp.W.evO6SBEQ(TfP.c; cJ.CURRIt,ALBERTTGRIMESlRAYM0HDM.SCHWART7,HAROLD C. VH.cJ.SKEEN.
t M'l'MN II VHIt IM.KKSOI.I
12 MORE GRIP DEATHS
IN DAY IN GLOUCESTER
l'Ywer New Gases. However.
1 and Kpidemic Is Believed
1 ruder Control
Altllo'lKll thele ll.Uf been twelve
deaths from Inllueiiza in Gloucester
noon. )r. Harlan S
, -Miner, president of tbe Gloucester Hoard
J 0f Health, belles the epidemic Is at
. , .
uniltr loiiti'id. Kcivtr new cases
have been repotted In tin- last twem-
four hours than in any similar period
since the 1 pldemlc slatted.
Among th twelve who succumbed
since jiMcrday. six are shipyard work
ers, the most prominent of whom Is
Howard Banklow, 21C North llroadway.
Gloucester, a mejnber of tho New York
Shipbuilding nnipany' baseball team'.
Barcklow played tlrsl base and was one
of the best bitters on the team. He
died In the emeiiiency hospital at the
Gloucester Kile t'nnipany last nlKht.
Tlie others are lMward Walnisley, ,1lti
Warien stieet. and Hairy lles, sixth
street, both of whom died In the emer
Beiicv hiispltal at the Pusey A: Jones
5ard: ("barbs Ite.ver, superintendent of
the Pusey Jones plate and ancle
shop: Andreas Mel.end. of Neij l!o
chelle, N V , employed in the same
shipyard, and John Hickman. i:il King
stteet. Henry '. (.'laik. a marine, sta
tioned at. tlie naval aviation barracks at
Gloucester, died last nlKht. Tlie body
was sent to the Philadelphia navy yard
to he shipped to the home of his parents
at Macon, (ia.
I Seventeen iallents being eared for ill (
j the lire house have been transferred to
the detention bouse of the liloucester !
I Immigration Station. There are now I
forty.four cases in the eniersency -ward
at the latter place, twenty-one of whom ,
i"'' K'ollll,'r,, """ emurarieci tin- oisease
wniie sianuinc ituaru at sntpjariis.
.Anions-toiiays ninrais win oe mat 01
Dr. Frank Dedaker. who died Sundav
The set Nice will be held at ills late
residence, 'M- Monmiuith striei, this
DR. COI.L HAS INFI.IKNZA
Seroni) of Jern-j olilier Vote Com-
;r. to II
Atlantic City. Oct ! Dr 1
Coll, secretary to tlie County Hoard
of Taxation. Is the second of the elec-
lion f'linimlss oners iinnolnleil li (,ov-
- .-, r
ernor Walter K. lldge to take the soldier
vote In Camp Dlx during the recent j
primaries, to be prostrated bv Influenza,
Prosecutor lldmund C Oasklll. another
commissioner. H slowly recovering nf-
ter a critical altack of the t,ame Illness.
Doctor Coll, a former Phlladelphlan and
gtaituate oi ine itentai iiepartmeiit, uni-
verslty of renni'ylvanla. ,ls in a preca-
rlous condition, the physicians being
compelled to resort to tlie use of oxy
gen, lie Is a noted nlliiete and swlnr
mcr. Frank CriffenlieriE Dcail
, ''""IJ. Orlflenherg. forty-four jj-ar
Jls.home of p.ieun.onla rollowlng an a - ,
' tt.eb rrf Inftnenvu tin Vina lieett 111 rflni'P
last Thursdav Mr. Cirlffenbcrg was ,
' born In Smyrna, Del., hut has lived In
: this city for twent-live years, for six-
i teen or wniiii tie lias neen in tne meat
Ills funeral will take place '
luteiment will be made III ,
I'helteu Hills Cemetery He Is survived
b two brothers and two sisters.
Divinity .'linlenl. Dig rae
Owing to the scarcity of labor and the
emploves afflicted with influenza, the
Catholic diocesan authorities have
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called for volunteers among the students'
of St. Charles Seminary at Overbrook to
aid lu digging graves In the Holy Cross
Cemetery Thltty of the seminaries
have responded for this work of mercy.
I and will continue as long as their serv-
i Ices are needed,
Ten in I'muilj Have Iiifluena
Ten rases of Influenza in one family
were reported today Joseph f'eake. a
policeman, of 3110 tjaul street. Ilia wife
tand eight children are all afflicted at
their homer Policeman Peake Is at
tarhed to the Frankford station. He
has been for some tlino a guard at In- I
rather' Aiiorialion I'otione Meetinf;
Owing to (he closing of the Krankford
High School because of Influenza, the
regular monthly meeting of the Fathers'
Association scheduled for tonight has
been postponed Indefinitely.
Pneumonia Fatal lo Patrolman
Martin J O'Brien, TIOI Tulip strett,
a. iuceinan uiru ai nil liomt tonay or
umonla. O'Brien was, attajhrd to
TwtBty-wenth -Otrttfet iVt TafBt
jjr MaL. nsx ruRiFS p..
ausHr :; m i ica
ill Xm WSJW
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LEDGEii-PHILADELPHIA.? -WEDNESDAY, OGTOBER 9; IdjA
THEY IELL FOR FREEDOM IN
FRANCIS HARGAY,AlBER.TcJ. KAIL,
HAROLD 3TpKES.eJAME W,
MOSS. Fretoort. Columbia.
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EDWARD d.KFARNEcJOHN F. KEARNEY
PL'.la. Boy Wouk:.-1
C'mit llilietl from TnKe One
turned home and Kone off attain with
the war relic train hefoie sue received
any olliela! notification that hu had bieii
There are thirty-nine names on the
day's nonor toll for the city and dis
trict, three l'hllndelphla soldiers havinc
been killed In action, the same number
havlnjr died of wounds and two from
disease, while twenly-two have been
wounded A younir soldier from Laos
downe has been killed and a sergeant
from KallsliiKlon has died of wounds.
The olllclal casualty list released for
the ntornlni; paper today contaliiB 312
names, iiicludlnc forty fiom Pennsyl
vania, while the afternoon papers list
contains 31H names, Including forty-five
SKETCHES OF THE HEROES
OAI'TAIV IIAKKV I Mii:itSOI,f.,
member of the First City Troop and
prominent socially In this city, bas been
killed In Krance, aceordlnc to a cable-
cram to his father. Charles l- ItiRersoll,
ISIS Klttenhotise squnte. widely known
nnancler. The cablCRrani gave no de
.tails and 11 Is not known whether Cap
itaiu imreixi met his de.ith In nctlon
or by accident.
Captain Ingersoll commanded Com
pany II, of the 313th infantry, comprised
of drafted men of Baltimore. n which
several I'lilladelphlans Captain l'fllng
ham B. Morris, dr.. Captain Gurney
Smith and othets were company com
manders. Major (leneral .loeph K.
Kuhn was the division commander. The
Seventy-ninth landed merseas several
months ngn to Join the Fifth Army
Corps, commanded by Major General
v hlle It was genetally supposed that
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he Fifth Corps might have been in the
engagements which reeultcd In the re.
ductlon of the St. Mlhlel salient, there
'"8 '" nothing yet ofllelally reported
from France to give that Impression.
apiam ingerson, wno is twenty-
e.'Kht years old and unmarried, 'was a
"" me rum ny nuop wimii
the war against Germany was declared
by this country. In company with many
of the fellow troopers he went to Fort
Niagara to the ollicers' training corps.
and was commissioned n captain 'of
cavalry. Later he was transferred to
the Infantry and sent to Camp Meade,
where he was placed at the head of
the company of Baltimore boys.
- IL. An 1 wa. rndualedfrom
i, ..,,. .. irl...u.. i , l 1.
rltueton t nlyersltj In 1912.-and later
at the Law School of the I'nlverslty or
l' nnsylvanla He was admitted to the
bar anil nan rstabllsbecl unices at lov
Morris Building. Captain Ingersoll Is
survived bv his narents. thiee brothers
and two sisters. .Miss Anna Warren In
gersoll at.d Mrs. Orville Bullitt. One of
his brothers. Knslgn Charles Jared In
gersoll, is in ihe navy, and the sdhers
ate John II W Ingersoll and Hobert
M!lllli;.l.T lli;iI."H.V III! r. nunr,...-,
,fi of vvoundi, was a nephew of.Judge
Inseph P. Itogers. of the Common Pleas
Court. Sergeant Itogers was only seven
teen when lie enlisted In the old Hr
neglinent. .V. G. P In the spring of
1H16. After serving through tlie a"1"
can border campaign lie was honorably
itlschnrged and iirled its a clerk
for his uncle until the First was
mobilized to do guard duty through
the State, He responded to the. fall.
was later sent to camp nancocK
attnehed to Company K. lOUth Ipfantrj,
The youthful soldier passed nway "n
September C, according lo a letter re.
celved bv his sister. Miss Horence
Itogers. B3I4 Glenmore avenue.
In tits last letter pome r'n1"
Itogers spoke enthusiastically "t army
life and added "Who would have
thought two years ago that good old
Company K would be in trance bj
August of 1918 holding down a front
line trench In the greatest war the
world has ever known? .,.., ..
I'KIVATK FHAM'If) M A It IJ A
severely wounded Is the son of Mr, an d
?'' An'honylargay, of
i regular arnV In August., of ,1917. was
I trained at t;amp,urc"n.
urtm-.-t-.'.,r f ,.-.T -a
TODD. Killed MissinPi'
tJOHN c). DOLAN.
SCHOONOVER.Pil. .. Ayoca.,
riti wrxt inrti waiinni
E.vtretf. Severely Woonaca
WOlllldeil In lintb leirs lit kIiI'miiiihI lull
was rapldl.v lecovcrlng a'nd expected lo
oe iiai'K Willi 'tlie lioys again soon,
I.IHUTIINA.ST IIOWAItl) I'lKI.IIIMi
wounded In aglon on September 7. Is
me son of Mr. and -Mrs. W. J. Fielding,
oi i.ianerrii. Tiiree Hays befote he was
nut l lie received his commission us lieu
tenant, having been promoted from the
ranks. The young olllcer enlisted In the
first Iteginient. .V G. P., lu tho spring
of mil!, saw service on the Mexican
bonier and was teutiiall.v tiansferred to
i iniii.iiiy (i, numi iiuaniry wnen tnat
unit was nrganir.ed at Camp Hancock.
I'ltlVATH CIIAItl.LN M. TAIiflAHT,
tne son or House Seigeant James Tag
gart, of the Kleventh and "Winter streets
liollce station, was seriously wounded
in action August 2fi, aceordlnc to wold
received by his patents from the War
Department 'I lie snliller Is only seven
teen years old. having enlisted while
he Mas still two years under the legal
Private Tagcart Joined the nation's
Service June I'M of last year, without
the knowledge or consent of his parents,
The first they learned of Ills enlistment
was on the day he left fi.r camp, when
he walked Into his home at 2JU8 Apple
tree street In uniform Just before tak
ing the train. The last letter received
from til ill was written Atlxust 14. In
which he paid he had been "In ihe big
push and escaped without a scratch.
Twelve'days later lie was wounded.
I'ltlVATI! .1. .1. Cl'ltKli:, oltlclally re
ported na eeveiely wounded, has never
ineiitti.iied his Injury In his. letters home.
In fact, save for the pilnted'head at Ihe
top of the paper on which one letter
was written, ills parents would not have
known he was In a hospital. In one
letter he said In a casual way, as If an
afterthought. "If u hear anything
about me Uo not worry; mere Is noth
ing wrong with me " Voiing Curilc,
whose parents live at 31108 Hamilton
street, enlisted in the ambulance corps
of the tin Infantry In the summer of
till 7 and has been In Fiance since May
of this ear. In one letter he referred,
lu the most nialter-of-fact way, to the
toti of his ambulance having been blown
lilf by a shell, but did not say whether
he had been burt or nr.t A letter from
1 soldier In the same regiment to friends
'n Philadelphia told of In.w young Cur
rle and two other ambulance men had
"crawled down a cellar under heavy
shell fire ami luiiught out some wounded
nun," but Citrrle lilno-elf has never inen-H
Honed the Incident
I'ltlVATI'. AI.IILIIT . HAI.IIIKMi:
was severely wounded by a shrapnel
shell two months ago though Ills name
did not appear on the ollklal casualty
list until Hiil.iv and his parents received
no word fiom the War Department until
last week They had heaid direct fiom
their son how be and two companions
while walking from platoon to company
headiuarlets. bud been "caught" by a
stray shell and "banged about a bit."
Ill a later letter lie saliMhat lie had been
wounded In tlie hand, elbow, ankle, knee
and In both thighs by pieces of the shell,
He Is now able to get mound on crutches
and expects to be able to discard the
artificial supports soon, on tlie day be
fore he was wounded, he said, a bullet
had taken a button off Ills coat while
he was passing the spot al which he
got his tlie next morning
Private Balblrnle bad been a member
of the National Guanl of Pennsylvania
for four years previous to the entrance
of the I'nlted States into Ihe war. He
Is n graduate of the Central High School
and the son of Dr Caldwalader Balblr
nle, of 4SM7 Hazel avenue At Camp
Hancock, whete he was sent for final
training before going oveisens, he jvas
assigned to the machine-gun company of
the tilth infantry
I'KIVATK AMHtlltV VI. KOI. ; Kit,
wounded, fonpeily lived at 14S0 North
Fifty-second street, accoiding to yester
day's olllclal casualty list. This address
Is not coriect, however, the young soldier
having made ins home wilh bis brother,
Joseph FblKei, at 1420 Noith Sixty-sec.
ond stieet. Both Joseph Folger and his
wife are critically III with epidemic In
fluenza, l.llll'TKMNT AI.IIIIKT r. .IOXKS,
reported severely wounded lu yester
day's olllclal casualty list, has just been
discharged from a French hospital after
recovering from an operation for a'ppen
Ileitis, according to a letter received bv
his wife, who lives al Highland Park.
Upper Daiby. "i am still very weak
he said, "and do not expect to get In
action again for some time." Ills fam
lly cannot understand, In view of this
letter, how he could have been near
enough to the tiring line to be severely
M,V'V7U. "''" II. III.ACK
killed In .action, was a member of the
marine corps He won a commission as
a second lieutenant In the spring of 1917
after a brief couise of training and the
passing of a competitive examination.
ICaptd promotion mine in iiiu t.nno- ..e
flcer aiid.be u-u. sunn -, o,... fi.,.,,u. .1
.,.! ... l.',.. .."r..". ".""' "f"1"1"1'!
...1.. "":."" "i;er uini was mane a cap.
tain, lie bad been recommended for a
commission as major and was expecting
bin papers to arrive any dav when he
!"'.' his death. It Is belleveil tbat he was
Kltieii Muring the famous "tlattenlinr'' of
Mlhlel salient on September 12.
Captain Black was the sou of Felgar
i ..J . i .cek:,an,?t!..r."ey' w".n "Itlcea In the
j1"1' We Building, and Who lives at
4(il Cedar avenue. A brother of the
dead officer. Kdgar X Black, Jr.. Is on
the engineering staff nt Hog Island. A
sister married Major William Dully
"" wi ine untune corns, iraiiiam
v wMser'! tmr s
HtftDk warn a rrutlnnla . v.ni.-. I
.; nK u 'ailment or the University? oil
et. rrnnsylvanla and was . tr&i&.4tia$cl
jrVWd .years old. lie ,wu H niemLgTm'
Ima I'hl Kaw. VM 'fNftaraltr.. TJ&JLi.
,------ -- t Bir-nu i inn TlinilltTI "1
Snhscriptions of $12,000,-!
000 Received in the Last !
24 Hours ."-
J UM P OF $18,500,000,
Tolal for District to Date I?
SI 1H.073,.150 Worker
Milisirlplltnis to tlie fnnrlh
Loan In ibe l'lilluilrlilil
now tnlnl S 1 1 .0 7 .",4 .111.
The Iota.' for I'lilladelpbU
.44,a.viit enstern PennsUatila out.
side nf-llie rllj. IO.0R.-t,1Ol smitli.
em .New 4ersr. HI n.tl?, 3110, and
Amnnc Ihe large lean subserlptlnns
In Ihe Philadelphia district reported
today were I
Mltltale Steel and Ordnantr Coiii
iny nil nltlrlals, 1 ,4(10,111111.
Alan Wood Iron and Steel ('ntnpan,v
and tilllrlals, HKOO.iilin.
Alan Wood Iron and Steel Company
The tide of subscriptions to the fouith
Liberty Loan has turned, overflowed the
dykes of pessimism and disease, and Is
swamplnc" the entire Philadelphia dis
trict with bund" of tVu; new lsst,c.
A Jump of neatly $l8,r.00,000 In J he
olllclal total of subset Iptlon In the new
loan was anounced nt noon toil:; And
the financial Institutions of the city, the
Intliisirles ibe business bodies nn.l tinile
oiganlzatlons have come to the tesciie
with large subscriptions not yet olllclally
Following the $,1.nOii.iion answer of
the Pennsylvania Itallroad Cotnpativ yes.
terday to the appeal of the loan olllelals
that the city's quota he oversubscribed,
announcement had been made by noon
today that Institutions and trade bodies
here had turned In subscriptions within
Ihe last twenty-four hours that amount
ed to more than $12.000,0110. These sub
scriptions have not been lejiotted to
tlie Third Federal Preserve Bank as .vet
and are not Included In the $18,r.OO.ono
Jump over yesterday's figure. The gain
toward tlie district's $rlti. 800.000 goal
today Is nearly twice that of yesterday.
Another $.1,000,000 I'urrliuse
' Another $5,000,000 subscription was
teported today, and three more ll.uuo.
Drexel & Co. enteted a subscription of
$5,000,000; the Mldv-nle Steel and
Ordnance Company one of $.775.O0O.
and the Insurance Company of North
America and the I'nlon National Bank
of $1,000,000 each.
The subscriptions In Hie Philadelphia
district now total $118,075, 160. A I-
though this tlguie Is still behind schedule,
the directors of the loan aie confident
tliat the big Jump In tlie tolal announced ,
tonay, nun tne generous response oi uie ,
financial and business firms lo their ap-
peal mark the turning point in tlie drive
wnen sines ami pictures win no longer
nut nut ne maue ireeij.
out wniie tne large sunscripuous are
nemg secureii in tne orive. tne innivinua i
subscriber, the holder of bonds of small
denomination, appears to be holding ,
Mart Hunt for Marker
A drive against fourth Liberty I.oan
"slackers" 111 the Philadelphia district
has started. It Is apparent that there
The new loan Is far behind schedule,
the $100,000,000 total of subscriptions
entered to Ute being less than 50 per
cent of Ihe amount that should be on
hand at this late date III the campaign.
An Investigation has revealed the fact
that many persons throughout the dis
trict not only have failed to subscribe to
Ihe present loan, but do not hold bonds
of the nrecedlng Issues.
Aided by the various draft boards of
the city, loan workers here are striving!
i, ..mi.,, ilmse who have 'failed to' Washington, Oct. 9. "At the present
lo determine Ihose who nave laiieu to f , nnd ., , Jnp vrtstnt BVer.
do their share those who have not ie- aKe Uel. capa ,,UURCriptlons." said a
Bioniled generously to tl appeal of Treasury loan review today, "tho fourth
the Government for funds lo force an .Liberty I.oan may not reach the desired
eariv peace and decrease the number j goal within the allotted time."
of casualties: In the American forces in Prompted by unfavorable reports of
We.V.V., ,i ink. ' 'he last few days, many Liberty Iian
I'rance anu llttij. I nrenntnttnns tbrnitfrhnnt the.cnnnlrv In.
Leaders or the loan ijie coiinueiii iniii tday adopted tne slogan "doubl
.. ,.r ,i.o n.rennii tvbn ba e not vet i thltd" as a ramnalirn crv
111,1 11 J " in 'v --- --- . ,..,,, j. , ----- --
w i .. iii sniiQi-eiiie on or be-I "Liberty Loan speakers." sa
mrui.ru ,. "-"-"-""..:,, ,,., Treasury loan review, "were a
fore SMiirnay oi '""""'",'""' i Impress this slogan upon their a
been designated as - toiisciem-e '" and new
the Una! dav of a three-day demonstra
Hon to be held to boost the sale of bonds.
All listed as "bond slackers" will be
visited lit the dose of this demonstra
tion when a special appeal will be made
for them lo "do their bit "
What Inqlllr; Shows
111 one section of Philadelphia In which
there are few houses of the class In
which poor people live, the Liberty Loan
Investigators have learned that out of
138 men who registered in September
for selective service, there are only live
who hold bonds of any Issue. AH f
tbese men are married: their wives are
healthy and no children ale dependent
unnn them. All ate employes ami uirir
All ate employes and tneir
lticom.es range from !-"" to i.,uiiu a
.. , i t.....,..i i,u ..rnnini
Frankford Arsenal has ")?" ,
schedule of noise that Is calculated to
Mbake the northeast section l-rlday.
Kvery noise-making conttlvance mat can
be found is to lie used to help "wake up
, , , , I . .
Among these nolse-maklng conlr -j
..... n a... l.'AriMi ?Vu u'lmtn nntsA .
ances arc a few preneii tos wnoso noise
Is guaranteed to keep the whole Hlnden
burg line awake at nights; several ma
chine guns of various patterns, n half
dozen one-pounders, a couple of dozen
gongs, n whistle, and; last of all, n few
special arrangements to be Invented by
the ollicers of the experimental labors
toty. The employees of tlie arsenal have
turned In so far subscriptions totaling
$334,850. The committee of aisenal
worker's has pet a half niljllnn as Ihe
mark and expects to reach' It within a
A squad of the arsenal's bloomer girls
will be at the Liberty Statue on Satur
day to paste "shellegrams" on the 76
mm, sflells for those who buy bonds.
These girls are now labeling the, shells
with the shellegrams being recelvnl at
the arsenal every day The tenor of
these messages remains the same as
those of the III Ht batch. Tlie Kaiser Is
still dettined for. one place which In the
belief of many of tlie subscribers Is not
hot enough for him.
Kvery. une of the civilian employes of
the expeditionary quartermaster depot
In this city has subscribed to the new i
loan, a total or n,:iuii was raised by
the 13.9 employes. -
Itlter (iiiarda ttuburrlhe
In addition to the 100 per cent record
of the depot employes the officers of the
guard and fire company, which protect
the piers and warehouses along the
Delaware river, have entered a 100 per
cept subscription, All the men and of
ficers nt the engineering corps connected
wjtji the quartermaster depot have sub.,
Captain, Kugene, If, Lederer ,'l In
efiarge, 'of fhe'ligajr campaign .aiiiong (.li
Oicc Ifore, Pennsylvania
7'hi.n i Ihe unril thai cnttr Apm
lffil In the line 0 the tluii't
Thru vtacrd the men from the Kev-
To hold the krjntnne of our fatet
faster nnrt faster the vrai ranks
t.ejt anil foUaivcil ; aim and lame,
To break thetr irnu to the voast at
lint the thiant held fast. .
Thrn, as the irtthertnu tempr'st
The meat I'trld Marshal Initialled
And right at the front he placed
The Xattonal lluard nf'tlie.sln'le vf
Clerk and lairirr, a year hefare; '
Hut then Inoke the best of the
In fiont him Death there teas
the (lilard went Ihronuh!
Dr. Arthur llobsor. Quiuti, Dean
of the enlleKF. I'lilveralty of
Wll.li I'KXXS.YI.VANIA CO.MK
TllltOLTilt WITH TIIK
l-'OL'HTII l.lltKICTV M)AX
OK Wll.l, IT
(JIVK TIIESK MUX'S ACTIONS
designated by President Wilson as Lib
"We can't -stop to have a bs.nd and
I speeches." said Captain Lederer. "The
men are too busy rushing supplies to tlie
bojs over In l'lauce lo observe any 'hip
hip hurrahs' for doing only their duty.'
To date the civilian employes of Ihe
Quartermaster Terminal, at Greenwich
Point, have raised $60,000 for the loan.
The cnmmltUe lu charge of the cam
paign has set a voluntary quota of
$300,000 and experts to raise the greater
part of it at a big celebration to. be
held Saturday afternoon.
In spite of the Influenza epidemic, the
employes will hold a big open-air loan
rnliy. The terminal comprises a mint
her of bulldlngH and covers a territory
of about five square miles. More thatiiiou, "Us Neve
3fi00 men are working' there, and every
I one nf llipin bus timnitseil In ntteni!
, t,c meeting. Them will be three six-
round bouts, In addition to speakers for
the loan, and a band concert.
Trust Company of
In Southern 4ersey
Three countries In Southern
i jfTSrv leport subscriptions aggregating
$211,000 for the first few days of the
,.a,nMBn, The counties are Burllng-
, wlth $7t,050; Atlantic, with $34,-
750 and Mercer, with $101,800.
Towns leported today that have won
honor flags are Ogontz, Marrysvllle,
' Devon, Berwyn, Newville. Merlon, VII-
lanova. Cynwyd, Stokes, Poses, Wynne-
HOod and Bridgeport.
of the above towns. Mellon with
' l)Uuta of $38,500 has subscribed $239,000,
i Th, Mnine i,ne district has more than
(subscribed lis quota with a total to
(,a,e nf J,C19,900.
Hri.igeport. which today exceeded Its
nlotment f $465,000 attributes Its sue
.,. , ,h r.i1P.,,i ia n n,.
first day of the campaign the people
of Bridgeport were asked to register
their subscriptions to the lean.
Nearly half Hie population of New
ville Is on the subscription list. lie
ports made today show that Its quota
was raised at the rate pf ,$1000 an.hour.
the town going over- the top for $71,000
In seventy-two hours.
The retail stores commltteu has se
cured to date more thay 5000 .subscrip
tions, totaling approximately $1,100,-
DOUBLE ZEAL FOR LOAN
simpers urged to tell readers the
fact that' the basis for subscriptions to
the font tli loan should be the third loan
subscription multiplied by two."
OIHclals are frankly puzzled over the
situation shown by their reports. In
snite of most favorable necnuntu nf. local
achievements coming from all parts of
tne country, discouraging totals are
shown in the subscriptions cleared
through tlie Federal reserve batiks. Com
pared with the third loan at the same
period of the campaign, the fourth Is be-
ninn in actual money returns.
GENERAL WOOD IS 58
Training, Boys for Overseas,
Hopes to Accompany Them
..., v , .- rw xrt,-
.(ieneral Leonard Wood today celebrated
nm oinimay anniversary, naving reacnea
'"' age or niiy-eignr years, uen
opportunity of overseas service w
(nVsloit he trained and which Is I
France, (ieneral Wood Is now In com
mand or ( amp Funston. where he Is get.
ting another division ready for foreign
rttllk,ul Yl'nrul -fill .llnnB In .1.. 1.
.. ,,., ,,,., pun iiuiin tu tlie lltlUC
that he will be allowed to go overseas
.,,111. tl,u 1. ...... n... i.ni..i ...! ....
..nil it in uji inn, t(itii!iiiK turner Ills
General Wood, sometimes called "the
Prophet of Preparedness," .constantly
preacnes against overconiiuence. ire tens
Ills soldiers that when anv one nsln Imw
long the war Is going to last to reply
t inn we. tt in :
, Hank Official a Yirtlm
William J. Hardcastle. thirty-seven
jrais oiu, assistant secretary or assist
ant title officer of the Media Title and
Trust Company, died today In Media of
pleurisy caused -by Influenza. He was
prominent In Masonic, Odd Fellows and
.Methodist Church circles. He leaves a
Dies From Pneumonia anu Exposure
Pneumonia, aggravated bv exposure,
caused the death of- !a,n unidentified
White woman, about 30- years old,' who
was found today on the steps jit 529
Vine street. She was taken to the
'This District Seventh ;,
in Liberty Loan Totals.
. Subscriptions by districts, percent-
age of quoins, follow:
. Per- -
District Subscription .rentage
St. Louis , .
Minneapolis . ..
llonton ,,,.-. .
San Franclsc6 ..
.'Xew York ..... 3J7.29J.000
LiPlillsdelpbla) ... t(,(a,7S0
l?iii.rfi.". , tt lr.T ten it I
rn. jawv. .zisr. viix .!? .1
7 ,J ',
Jiin Dcinpsey, Famed Cofn-
poser, Was Whispering t
It to Wife
GRIP DNDED LAST' LA
Long "Willi Dumonrs,' Won'
Funic and Fortune With
"Garden of Rotes"
llcnntlfnl nardrn-ot ro4s
I Kissed by the golden tlrie
I Each vretln flowir discloses '
j f(riir 'I find In jok
White means your soul "so pure, dtar; F
I .'erf ( your lox-e most tnif.
I foil me my parden of beautiful roses
, My men rose, my one roser that's you.
, James K. Dcmpsey, writer of thin I
I famous soinr, "Harden of Itos-es,"' died
today nt his home, K317 Catharln
I street, while whispering: the melody and '
, u-oiil of another sons to his wife.
What these words were will never he
known. Weakened by Illness, he could
barely frame the lytic with hl lips.
1 Mrc Demp-ey was endeavoring- to
'write the words nt his bedside. When
she turned to ask 111 m to tepeat the lines
she mw at it fjlance he was dead.
Mr. Dempsey, betler known ns "Jim,"
lived In a world of melody and poetry.
He vvtote more than 300 songs, scores
of which became popular. He was work
ing on another when he was 'attacked
by Influenza, which developed pneu
monia mid caused his death.
At the outset of Ills career as a song
wilier, he Joined Duninnt's Minstrels.
mid remained with them for twelve
eais. He Is the fourth member of that
organization to die In the .ast two
months. The others ,were Ilughey
Dougherty, Mail Wheeler,aiid Bob Car
lln. Dempsey's songs, his friends say. were
In keeping with his life." He wrote of
romance and fair dealing and all of his
numbers breathed a spirit of optimism. '
Many of his songs have been whistled
and hummed all over the country. Soma
of them were "Hoses Remind Mo of
j i on, us .-cver inn i.aie lo be sorry.
"No Olrl Can Take the Old Girl's Place,"
"My Kosc of 'Wnklkl." "Just Say Ther
. Is No Answer." "Somebody's Hoy."
I The last song written by Dimpsey was
i "(Unnany Vou Will Soon Be No -Man's
j Land," This numbor Is now prominent
In a New York production (sung by'
' Al Jolson), '
"Harden of Hoses," written about six
I teen jears ago by Dempsey, brought film
' national fame and a fortune. He wrole'
the lytic In about two hours and Johann
Schmidt wrote the melody, It Is Said
that more than four million copies of Uie
song were sold.
.Mr. Dempsey was connected with
sevetal music publishing concerns and
was ffir a long time a writer of Jerome
H. Remlck & Co. Later' he was con
nected with the music department of N.
He Is survived by bis wldow,.nnd ty
eight children. His funeral Kill'be liekl
on Monday, and If the present church
closing order Is rescinded funeral aery
Ices will be conducted In the Church of
the Transfiguration, Flfty-flfth street
and Cedar avenue.
DRAFT ORDER LISTS RECEIVED
Men in Sept. 12 Registration May
Learn Status From. Boards ..
Lists of the serial numbers, drawn In
Washington to establish the order of
liability for army service of men from
eighteen to .forty-five 'years old, who
reglsteied September 12, have been re
ceived by the fifty-one local boards'.
They have been posted In the boards'
offices, where registrants may now learn
A registrant may find h's serial num
ber by looking down the list until he
finds the number assigned at the time
Members of several of the local boards
have been stricken by Spanish Influenza,
delaying some of their work. The de
lay, however. Is not serious," as all
physical examinations and Inductions
have, been postponed on account at the
epidemic. ., '
None of the September 1- registrants
appears In .the, October calls. These
October contingents probably will ndt
start for camp until November, when
there probably will be heavy, drafts In
order to overcome the delay resulting
from the epidemic.
EPIDEMIC CAUSE OF SUICIDE
Commandant of Camp Grant Kills Him
self in Quarters
Camp Grant, ail., Oct. 9. Colonel
Charles I). Hagadorn, acting comman
dant of Camp, Grant, committed suicide
In his quarters at the cantonment. His
body, with a plstql wound In the head,
was found in bed yesterday.
Colonel Hagadorn has been in command
of Camp Grant for a month. Officers
at the camp said he had been showing
the strain Imposed on him by the pneu
monia epidemic. He- had been "troubled
by insomnia. ' y
Colonel 'Hagadorn was; drawing In
structor at' iWesl Folnt for fourteen t
years and was military attache, In Fetro
grad and chief of staff In the Canal
Zone. He was unin.il. led' and his .home
was In 'Klmlra.'O, T,
UNUSUAL, YET DIGNIFIED
. For tmmtJlatt Jtlivtryl
Chotcm of colors.
727 CHESTNUT STREET
i.ogr and rouM " V
OVKRCOAT. Lost, dirk overcoat. 8uri
iiernoon; ntxrai rewara. noit, bu Bin.
aVabTMBXTs) FOB ItEXT SHIBCRBAX
F1VK nftftllR mil hath. hniis,lcsnlns
7'bistd.'.l(otria lights, porch; conr. to t
IrolUy and irslnt Sin a month. It) E, A
lanilo sve,, natulan llelirnls, r.'. J.I.
WANTED rerion. preferably U4y. whi
pmks rrencn nueuiir, to eonvorio Vila
id sulit army ofTlcer In learning convari
nal French! nice term". K 325, I.1.0tT
I) BATH W
KKI.TZK11 r)-t a. lOHKI"
KI'H N 108.4
V. Saltsir. Is
iry Coutitjr, Va
JoasDh M. J. 'and afarv V.
llarron Hill Cem.i Utuittomtrr
Oct, 10. t d. m.
miovvKita. oet. t. charixittb
widow of Danltl JI. rUiowera. Ralatlvas mM
frlondi ara Invltad to funeTal arrvieaa at 14)0
N. 23d at. i Thdra.. a v. in- Int. erivata. -i
e:HATEK. - oi pneumonia, uot. a.
SCOTT, huaband of A4atl M. Cratar i
iiaiaDv, sv .tit jisBipurn are., straw
I'a.r.saTvicei.'privaia at, aoova aoan
tl'nuf. .UU. wuaaariown. BsiR.il
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