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gBMsrOfrPBIfllC 1 fiEDGJBRPHILADBtiPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,
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Store Closed All Day Today
DOWN STAIRS STORE
f ON TWO U.S. LISTS
'Twenty-seven Men Killed
Starting Important 'Autumn Sales of Women's Coats, Furs, Dresse
Kit ill Arttnri Sfvpilfpp
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a Uther Deaths
and Gloves and an Opening Exposition of Fashionable New Milliner
1 Soldiers bounded in Both Re-
, ports, Many Severely,
i Number 234
Waslilnaton, Sept. 7
Army caauftlttea rcnorted hv the War
Jj. Dennrtment today total 14S, divided aa
Tr follows! Killed 'In action, thlrtten;
milling In notion, eight: wounded ee
vtrely. elirlHv-aix: died of wounds six:
bounded, degree undetermined, thirt
& tout) wounded slightly, one.
The list follows:
KII.I.KI) IN ACTION
t BAVtR. JOSEPH K . Tln.Kn V. Y.
V - 1'rlratea
A At.I.KN. DANIKI. J.. Demer. Col.
BOWI.nV. BLMRH K , Wealport S. D
bj CI.AltKON, ROltKRT WARRK, Oroie
jr. vitr, m. .
JONES HEntlKtVr O , r-arkersbura-. W.'Va.
anrrntir jnuv Mnui itA
?S SMITIf. FRANK. Vancebur, Kj.
K? 8TURTKVANT, l,KO I Ibrnion. Ore.
IU . BCHWITZESBBRO, FUED. Nellavllle, WIS.
? 1 TRENDA. JOHN M , Webster. Minn.
TRlEnWKlLER. N1CHOUH FRED. Marsh-
TONKE, I,KO. rialnflela, -Win.
blKD OF WOUNDS HrXEIV En IS ACTION
CLARK. AJiAN'O.. lloston. Mas.
SKIPEL, ANDRUW V.. rinehurat, Waah.
Z . Corporal
RUrF, AUBTIN. Knsley, Ala.
Un, JiUKFE WAI.TRR J . Fartfo. N D
, BUUHflU, ISjIUVilillflVn 4iMa9 9VO IB-
" liaMhktA &MAM..A JMuh ff-l,w T J
BWTBR. AMORr POLLARD, Jr., North
1 'tvuiuriu, nig.
p WOUNDKD SICVKREI.Y IN ACTION
-c" THOMAS, JOHN R., Whltfonl, r.
" HUMMEI. I.ESUK, Fort Atkinson, Wl
SMITH, AN8LGT, Danville, Ala.
HAMMOND. LEONARD L, , Waraaw, Mo
HOEFB. JOHN CHARLES. ReedsburB. Wit
f JAWORSKI, MEN J.. Mllwauke, VI.
. PKRRIN8, WILLIAM A., Jr., Jamaica
i naim. Man
AMOR. WILLIAM A . Hcamore. Va.
CUMMINOB, OEonoK. Ht. LouIk
DEl'niL, nnT a . Scammon. Kan
EA8TIN, IIIUHMUN , i.dulowiie. Kf.
.V MRTMV, WILLIAM A.. Klnnoil tlt, I'a.
BJItTH, OIIA WILLIAM, Rcedsburic, WU.
CRAIU, LOUIS M . HUKcr, 111
P ANbREWS. I1ERT A.. Walnut tlldce. Ark.
I CARPENTER, EDWARD R . Greenup. III.
T CARBON. WILLIAM H., Wallklll, N. r.
si EVANETI8. JOHN, St. Loua.
FLINT, IRA OEOROE. Cadillac. M'ch.
j FRICANO. LEOPOLD Milwaukee
7 b . TRONCEZK. HTANLEV, Jeaanp, Pa.
I l.aAT.'LOREN THOMAS, Seneca, Wl
I ( UALBKAITH. HU.XLUT I., woodburn. ore.
i UflA.MS. EDWARD THOMAS, Milwaukee.
! OtIETHS, HERMAN' FRANK, Fond du Lac,
SV HAOERMAN, CORAL LVL1C, Shebotaan.
v& HAJOSTEK. STEVEN, Crtal Falls. Mleh
ij HAt.K, ALRERT. Warsaw, N. T.
k JAHJSCZ. JO.SKPJt. (hlcao.
"r MeLAt?nit!itv. enwinn r ik,.i.,i..
, ViMALMROSE. HAROLD. E., Chlfaeo
: 3IADDOX, CLAUD) A.. Dti'atuV. Ill " "
-MANDELLA. FRANK. Lc-esvllla. La.
5 i MULLEN. ROBERT J , Rochester. N Y,
f NELSON. BENIAMIN A.. OJtford, Wis
4, OLDANI. JOHV. Deerolt.
RICH. BERLtR ALBERT, Fenwlck, Sllih
SAPP. AMBERS, Nepton. Ky.
SCHASSRERUER. EDWARD NICK, May
THOMPSON, WALTER C . Norwood, N. C.
TKKMBLEV. THEODORE. StO Allman
VOSJIEIER. ROMAN JOSEPH. Richmond,
2r. FRANK D., McPiierson, Kan.
HART. JESSE E . Kinaflsher, Okie.
""?'? EDWARD McCRBA. Ornrnl Kaun,
HOFFORII. (IKHRCiK, 8? e.t Front
fctreet. I'lalnfleld, X. 4.
HOLLENPKCK. LYNN. MenlsUnu-. Mlcl
HOLLIX ROIIERT A Lanetl. Ala
JENKINS, HOMFtt, W'tichester, lild
JOVE. KMHl'. Wataura Ki.
'5EMPLHO"AnT Randolph, Mn
?.H&NE5.T;.RmvARD Omaha. Net.
KINO. JOHN E Mesopotamia, O.
KXIOHT. HARRY. Owen. Wis
KNUDSON. AMBROSE S,. Sturaean Ray,
LAMOY. FREDERICK, Cllntontllle, N. T,
LAREEN, ALFRED. Onalatka, Wit
MeCALLUM. DUNCAN. Duluth. Minn
MALONE, WILLIAM H . Fort Scott. Kan
,fffi - arkott. CHARLES H., Hudson, O.
ft AUBER. CHARLES W Brookljn.
ft3 MURPHY. HUnnrar tunun ,i
it.ad: N. Y. " ""' ""v
I Mlcl.. '."
iT NORWOOD. KMORY V.. Kl llav.n rR
Vfl PHH-LIPS, SAMUEL Bristol. Va.
igv'PIASKCKI. WIM.UM. Robblns. Wis
T PIERCE. FRANK. Pleasanton. Kan.
ii T1l tt ' a . ..
T Att1JBVT VlWifa t .. .
Zkji. HOBEIITII- TJAVtn .T UrhI.nAialrf v
liivrv unvivri i ajia . ., '
I ?:-iO !t7. " '"'" corona. ,, j
V SCHIEf ELRRIN. HARRY. Janesilllo Wli
t-,:i siAur, UA.Nii.i, ivbhhter, Poland, o
g -TENANT. 10HN C . AntiRo. Wis
i Tnwvnffvn niiit rt r..-. . ... .. .
if TURNER. WALTER K . Madlsonvllle, Tex.
SI VIZZINI. SAM. Chleato.
WARDEN. JESS. TUeapaU, S. C.
fiWARNCKE. CHRIS F.. Oaen. Wis.
WELLS FRED. Louisville. Kj.
uWir-JKTt MRTCn !',!.
Ig 'WISEMAN, ALLEN II . IrOne, Ky.
Ita . YETTO. CHARLES HKOnriR. ihl..n
ZANOER, JACK, Palermo, Iloretto, Hal)
miCHASDH, iaVRRNC'K II.. PoltxTlllr. Pa.
WODNIIED IN ACTION IDKORKR I'N
PARK. WILLIAM .. New Mllford. Pa,
OIUIAM, LKSTEK H Krhuylklll Haten.
CONNER, JOSEPH, Falrrteld, N Y.
THOMAS, HARRY. Martina Fern, O
TUMAN. RHODY T.n Wolf Point, Mont.
; -: Prhatea
BILLUPS. WILLIAM H., St. Louis
flSj FORQETTE. ROLLY, entle. Mlsa
K',. HKL.L.EH. I1UHHELL K11IKLEV. Akron. O.
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lU!inaiAn, uuvirit aaoyion. n, ii.
cLhitifli bbirJiu m . niour L.rvK. &.
M.MrDANIKLS. FHKD. SlileLahlnnf . Pa.
O.f JJtKNERIL'K. UFJIIOH H.. Kllvls. Ill,
K7 PRINCINO. OKOROIC A., Chicago.
SI. i BAiRISTTL J1AIIIU. Atello. Ctanee,
'A SMITH, HENRY. Augustine, Fla,
-A. TATUkf. JOHN PANKT. V.llUlil. likla.
TtiHBOANO. ALBERT. San Antonio. Tea.
i Ill nil Alt atfaHH It ( .
Ftr: "'. Jir .n1:1" j::. "ji
cp AlinBASOBt.U JOBKi'll Jt.r Ho stltl, Iowa,
HI- aiSi1tl TtWaTEMl n . tlnti Itlmi
WtS CORNWMLL, HARRY, padut'ah. hy,
tjf DON-AIIUB, FRANK II., Indlanapolla, Ind.
J-V HAMILTON. THOMAS H , Columbus, u,
RlT'7 ir&llfl.TnV. Trill J.. I.alc V1f.ll,r. Tti
V HAMMOND. ROY n.. lUmera. Ind.
;'rjf HARDCA8TLE, ARTHUR, Sandrldft. III.
,'Jf HESTER. WILLIAM. Ml. Vtrnun N Y.
VJHKWITT, HOMER E , Rosedale. W, Va.
,!) HUNTiin. william KAi.ru, i:onn(svuit.
IivrAf sauuaui nouanion, .men,
MIBXIKO IN ACTION
rDIKTZ. t'hlLlf. Roselle. N. J '
1 BTKysNB, JOHN 1L, Albion. N- Y,
t H , Caraaral
"HOTcNdTKlN, JOSEPH J., Chltaio.
'i rriai .
K r.. New Orleans,. La.
Real Economies That Ring True Are Spread Forth in the
Down Stairs Store for Women Who Will Shop on Monday
' $35 $12.50 $18.75 $25
Seven Groups of Beautiful
Winter Coats Much
Several hundred fine winter coats, full of warmth and
comfort and charm, are ready to turn a brave face toward
Winter's coldest blasts. Every coat in the lot is under price,
and the- sample coals, of which there are three lots, are
marked at less than regular wholesale prices. f
, There are coats suitable for young girls who will soon
be going to schools and colleges, coats for matrons and coats
for elderly women. All are of good materials in the best
of the styles and colorings approved for the Beason of
Two Splendid Sample Lots
Jut 46 coat1; in this uroun.
which Is made up of velours, pom-
fioms and sllyctoncs. These are
landsomel tiimmed with collars
and cuffs and ttome with bandings
of nutria, sealone, raccoon and
marmot. Many of these coats ate
marked at less than the regular
Most of these coats are of
velour, in daik, winter colorings.
Many of them are lined through
' out nd how collars arid cuffs of
fur or fui -fabric. The minimum
savinfr in this group is $7.60.
An 0. D. Topcoat, $18.75
A heavy-weight, durable coat that will stand all sorts of weather
and hard wear. It is cut full with a deep inverted pleat in the back,
four patch pockets and a belt. In 14 to 20 year sizes and exceedingly
smart for young women.
Wool Velour Coats, $23.75
Thes"e are half lined with figured silk and warmly interlined and
aie to be hud in reinileeriuupc, Burgundy, black and navy.
Three Styles at $29.75
Two are of wool velour jn titupe, Burgundy, reindeer, black and
nay. Half lined with silk and inteilined and topped with collars of
sealcnc or nutria.
The third is of pompom in taupe or Burgundy, lined thioughout
with fancy silk,
Bolivia Coat $42.50 and $45
They are in black, leindeer, taupe and brown. The style at $42.50
is sketched, and there are two other coats at $46. All are marked
very low for coats of such quality.
' . 30 Fine Sample Coats, $52.50
All are of soft velours of excellent quality, trimmed with shawl
collars and cuffs of nutria and other furs and lined thioughout with
soft and pretty silks.
-A Thousand Waists
Special at $1.25
Manv, many materials and many different styles are'in the
group, wnich'bneis unusual choosing.
Tiny checked oiles, white percale, light-weight striped per
cale, plaid voiles and striped voiles arc made in various ways to
button down the front. The collars aie piettily shaped and
Borne have embroidered dots in color on them.
These Toppy New Tweed
Suits Look Like Autumn
Th.e autumn browns and reds and dull grays and greens are inter
in tried in them and bieathe of the outdoots. The jackets aif cut
on youthful lines, with box pleats or inverted pleats and plenty of
patch pockets. The skirts are, quite plain. $'jy,75.
Wool poplin suits at the same pice arc in navy, black, plum and
brown, with velvet inlaid collars, belts and braid trimmings. Other
wool poplin suits In navy or black arc $25.
Serge or Wool Jersey, S35
The serge suits are In navy blue and well tallorod, with good
lines. The wool Jerseys are in heather mixtures cut on sports lines.
(Commercial Stationery Store, central) .
roller towels with
2 Is yards long at
Close-fitting eanings of Imita
tion button pearls have gold
plated backs. 50c and 75c a p'ttlr.
Other pearl-Uke parrlngs wHh
10-caral gold backs aio $1.25 a
Part linen kitchen crash toWels,
.hemmed, vflth blu borders, 17x84
2000 Pairs of Women's
Capeskin Gloves, $1.35 a Pair
A prc-season sale of women's cape gloves made of soft, pliable
skins. Here and there a slight unevenness or discoloration hnrdly
noticeable, which will not alTcct the wear of the gloves or detract
from their good looks classes these gloves as "seconds' and greatly
lessons their prlci.
They arc all two-clasp gloves, in .ejcellcnt shndes of tan, brown,
light or dark gray, khaki and pearl white, outseam or pique sewn
with plain or embroidered backs. Women doing war wtrk will like
particularly the brown and tan gloves, which ar.o the correct thing
There are all sizes in each color.
$2 to $3.50
Fine black pin seal cocis con
cnient sliap books that go t.0
well with the Autumn plan of
dieting. They aie both neat and
compact. All of them cairy mir
lors and inside fiamcs, and they
ate prettily lined.
Tan cotton stockings, seamless,
with the tops and feet io-cn-foiced.
Bln,ck, white i and unbleached
cotton stockings, full fashioned,
with the feet and tops lc-on-f
oi cod. 50c pair.
Fine mercciizcd cotton stock
ings in light und daik giay, two
shades of tan and navy, nt 65c a
pair. The black stockings in the
same quality at 60c pail,
Good Front-Lace Corsets
Special at $2.50
Medium stout to very stout women will find this an opportunity
of buying a coiet that is wo-th almost t'vicc as much.
The coisets arc made of good quality white coutil, with long,
well-boned bncks furnished with clastic straps at the bottom. They
allow for free hip space and have a lightly boned shield to go under
the lacing In fiont. The bust line is medium-low.
Good Wash Rags 6c Each
They are white Turkish cloths of a heavy quality, with coloied
Jacquaid holders. Wise women will buy them by the dozen, for they
nt half price.
Hundreds of Beautiful New Autumn
Dresses Are Specially Priced
Fine nay.v blue crge frocks hae blue hatin collais and
jncltj white satin cstees tiimmed with ilmmeil buttons.
The tight Klcees aie adorned with loops ami buttons
One of these flocks is sketched. The) are en speeiall
priced at $16.50.
All Good Serge $18.75
and seige. alone, is uved In flocks that hae oveiskiits
edged with deep silk flinge. The lexers aie tiimmed
with silk coid and ball buttons.
Unusual Models $19.75
One is of j-cige otr a satin foundation. The bodice
is cmbioideied in binld anil the oei skill is choimlngly
finished With silk f tinge. ,
Another ill ess of scige has a loll satin collar and n
belt embi'oldeied in silk. The looe panels on the sides aie
edged with filnge.
Many models ate in the giotip, anil one is sketched.
Novel and Sample Frocks, Quite
Special at $23.25
Fiocks of fine, mannish seige some combined with
chnrmeuse aie tiimmed with silk fringe or combined
with contrasting seigi
JarJ n3j IL ir ' WM fn
(J U I I
Frocks of Lustrous Satin
aro embroitleied in wool.
in navy blue ot black hao white satin or self-color
collars, whe some ate tiimrriod with silk fiinge.
aie seen on new satin dieses that nie also
adorned with pleated e.tees and satin or Oeorgette
ciepe collars. $19.75.
Kach one is unusual!
New Wool. Jersey Frocks
Special at $23.50
Refiemingly diiTeipnt and inthci uuthful nrf
these wool jpist-y iliNfs, which aie omhtoidcicil
In contiantlng-color wool to hatmonize with the
belts and the pockets.
A Group of Handsome Sample Dresses
Containing Some Original French Models
Virtually all are copied from French dresses and a few are the original models them
selves. There are afternoon dresses, street dresses and dinner gowns of the finest mate
rials made in original ways and not two alike. Of velvet strikingly embroidered, of trie
otine and tricolette used in combination or alone, of gabardine, charmeuse and crepe de
chine. The newest trimming ideas are shown in them, including fringe of all widths
from the narrow to full skirt width. There is much beading, embroidery and a generous
use of tassels, with fur bandings here and there. These are tajl marked at less than the
original wholesale price. ?39.7o.
Furs at Savings of 25
We contracted for these ,furs early in April, when
prices were much lower than they are today and fur
riers were not nearly so busy. The skins were carefully
selected and the work was done without hurry, so that
no detail was slighted. If we went into the market to
day to duplicate these purchases we would have to py
at .least a third more.
Every piece is marked for exactly what.it is. There
are no masquerades. Every piece Was minutely scruti
nized before it was given a place in our stocks and we can
vouch for the excellence of every fur. Everything is
generously made, without skimping; the linings are of
soft silks and the styles are the latest and best.
A few of the prices are given here :
Hudson Seal (dyed
Round muffs aro $16.50,
$1!.73, $22,75 and $27.50.
Scarfs, straight or in shoul-dr-cHpe
ty), are $29.75v,
$39.75 and $42.50.
' Black Lynx
Largo round muffs ate $35,
$45 and $50.
Scarfs in various size-, beau
tifully lined, aie $25, $35,
$37.50, $, $67.50, $65 and
Large round muffs ' are
Scarfs, open, silk lined, are
Black (dyed) Skunk
Round muffs aro $19,75.
Long scurfs of natural skunk
Taupe (dyed) Cat Lynx
Opn scarfs are $19.75.
Cnpes with collars and but
tons of Hudson seal (dyed
muskrat) ate $18.75,
Black Siberian Dog
Round muffs with head and
tall are $27.50.
Blown wiuffe are $27,50.
Large open scarfs, silk lined,
are $27.60, $29.75 and $85.
Round muffs with tall are
Open siarfs, satin lined, are
Silver Gray (dyed) Fox
Large open scarfs with tall,
silk lined, are $2i.
Round muffs are $27.60.'
Open scarfs arc $25, and
Polret (dyed) Fox
Round mUffs are $26.
Open scarfs, silk lined, are
Open scarfs, silk lined, are
$15.75 and $23.50.
Round muffs aie $18.
Round muffs, with tall, Arc
Open scai fa, silk lined, aro
Large, open scarfs, silk lined,
aro $29,75,j.$35 and $47.50,
Also taupe wolf scarfs are
Autumn's Newest and
The hats are different that is your flrRt impres
sion, for each hat is the product of an artist and has
the individuality of Paris creation. Many really a
large number arc copied from French models, every
slant of brim and each glorious, becoming line pro
claiming the fact.
Soft, rich beaver, glossy felt and beautiful velvet
are each used in the exact way that it should to bring:
out its beauty. But the beautiful material is subserv
ient to the whole creation a perfect hat in which
lovely facings in all the various shades of blue, beauti
ful and new trimmings and becoming lines are per
a a- at -"& mtt S.
Men's and Boys Liaps, 3Uc &
A special lot of thiee hundred caps in which sizes are broken.,
They aie all fall and winter caps of good dark mixtuies and som7ii,
plain dark blue materials. Good-looking styles for men and large i'
(Hut la... t..e.L.at V !"
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Hie hole. Ar soon us Ihr Woutlioi
begins, to tool women t,onir in foi
At $2 Font styles of white
muslin with olthei tucked oi
tucked nnd pmbroidety trimmed
jokes. All with long aloees.
36-inch heavy quality tin
bleached muslin, 25c a jtiul.
Heavy twilled white muslin, 36
inches wide, at 35c a yaid.
Frocks for School
Cotton seige in daik plaids is
quite seiviceuble for school wear,
foi It doesn't show Up the spots
or dust and will wash so nicely,
l'loid that shows gicen or yellow
on a black foundation is made into
an excellent school fiock foi gills
of 14 yeais to 16. $7.25.
10c to 35c
Stiff bristles, soft bristles, me
dium! v fitm btlstles choose as
you like are set in white or in
tiansparent handles. The brushes
are of 'various sizes and ou will
surely find the kind jou prefer.
Men's Shirts. $1.5
ri'h an hip nil rttmln nt
muilins stuped, figmed or Witn"1
a mctceiizeti ciepe-like finish 'aS
w 1th soft attached cuffs. They H
enn be woin dnrino- nil apaunrta' .
of the year and, of course, kivfyi
pnsilv Innnilmml nnrl trnnf -fYn.k
(llntleri-. Market) VS
Real Satin-Finish $
Marseilles Spreads sjjs
I'tetty spieuds in various gooda
designs, 78x88 inches. -'
Dainty White Scarfs
Fine white sciim buteau hcarfs'rrji
ttimmed with hemstitching ondig
imitation drawn woik, 17x50 rtw
inches at 35c. y
1'ietty white llnene scara
edged with lftce in good pattern.'
17x50 inches, 60c.
A hot of Breakfast ?
Merceilzed cotton damask np.3
kins In several pretty patterns,?
about 18 inches square, at 16c. V
A heavier oualitv dama.slr iW
auout tne same size and p
pattet ns ai zvc cactv,
New Hih Shoes for Women
Lace shoes of tan calfskin are high cut, made over a long, slendf5' j
last. The heels are high or medium and the soles welted. $4.90 a pfr, fa
And for scnooi uiris uiacK causuin snoes in a high-cut- J
style, with wide toe shapes and Jo w heels. -Sizes 24 to 8, $4.50 a
It's a Great Time for You
to Buy Blankets
at less than today's mill pttces. Blankets that were bought I
months ago are coming In and are much less than the same'
would be today,
Whits wool mixed blankets, 70x80 Inches, are $10 a poll,
weigh five pounds.
Cr44tn Blankets W
Whlt'o and tnn cotton hUnk-ts. 60x76 Inche's, are $2.50 a tiaU
ttn.lt. , i.il.u orven ;t,, .V 1 Kl - -i. . t.
Mr-ny people usa these blankets for iheets during tlf m
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