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TWO CASUALTY tlSTS
OF ARMY TOTAL 343
Tiventy-eight Men Killed in
166 Reported Missing, 129 Wounded and
Four Taken Prisoners
Wnnhlngton, Sept. 17.
j An army disunity Hit nnnounccd by
the TVar Department tliday contains 178
names, and one given out last night In
cluded 165 names, making 'a total of
343, The list today was divided as fol
lows: Killed In action, fourteen: missing
in action, eighty-seven; wounded severe
ly, sixty; died of disease, six; died of
wounds, four; wounded, degree Unde
termined, six; prisoner, one.
The list last night Included: Killed 111
action, fourteen ; missing In action,
seventy-nine: wounded severely, forty
nine: died of wounds, five; died from
accident, one; wounded, degree unde
termined, eleven; wounded slightly,
'three; prisoners, three.
Today's list follows:
KILLED IN ACTION
BAt.I.nniDOE, OEOUOE C, Sedro-VTooley.
JURI), CHAni.KS If . Goran. Ind
CLBI-AND. CHARLES II . Waterbury,
TOOK. C1E0R0B mVtOHT. Ellenvllle, N. T,
DAHt. ANDREW, Oalesvllle. Wis
FOSTHR. RORERT A.. Urooklyn.
FRENCH. WILLIAM D . Elmo Ark.
FRT. WILLIAM A., Stampede, N. D.
JIAHN. WALTER. Chicago.
JIITOHKS. ntlFSELL. nice. Wash.
riNEI.T.l. JOSKPIt. 24 South atreet, Jer-
er ritr Ilelahta. N. T.
nurHMAN. EICHKT. Brooklyn
TARASSUCK. VIT0M1, nurfttton. ra.
WAMCKI, PIOTKIt. rord rlt. Ta.
DIEI1 OF W0UND3
OAKR. MILLARD M ttlll8toro. Ore.
MKtlSE. THOMAS rteadlnlt. Mam.
PITTENOER. WILLIAM F . Knobnoater,
WILSON. ERNEST A , Seattle. W ah.
DIED OF IMHEAHE
TLARK. JERRT. R F. P. . Norta. Oa.
ERICKSON, CARL E , New Sweden, Me.
HARDEN. CHARLES WESLEY. Syracuse,
McCAHE. JAMES, Clllcaeo
ROBERTS. WILLIE A . Shreveport, La.
COLLINS, HEZ. Vandale. Ark.
llMItEROER. PAUL R 651 Chestnut street,
DORnRIDfiE. JAMKS HECTOR, S9I0 Cedar
avenue, Philadelphia. Pa,
TATEOSLVN, QARAFED. Chicago.
PARADING. JOHN, Monroe. Wl
MOLLIS HOMER. Marshall, Ark
IIESS, WILLIAM IIENBY. 1103 Wnalilng
' ton Ktreet. HnntlnRdon. V:
MASH. HERT F . Othello. N0
TARQUHAR. EARL A . Olxle. .Tex
HOLT, CONNIE, Danson. Tel.
THIES&E. CHARLES O. Thnmsonvllle.
WARD. JAMES n . da-ston. Ore
AI.DRICH, THEODORE D . Trov, N. T.
ATWOOD. JESSE A.. Concorn. N C.
AL'I.MAN. FRANK, Auauatu. la
nilLVBY. Aimrllne C. Waverlv N .
IlENSON. DONNIR A.. Selma N I
CAPELI.O. IIEHMIN .. Dalton, Pa.
CARL. NORMAN C, Emli. Pn.
CARTER. THOMAS O . M"". v" ,,
COLLEI10E, Ml'RKAY JOHN. Everett. Pa.
("ONBID1NE. THOVIAS. Lai kaw anna .N Y.
COBB1K, VUl'llUR FILLMORE. 1003 Mlf-
(II n street, Hiintlnrdon. Pa.
COX. HOWARD P.. Atlanta. Tex.
CUFFARI. QUISEPPE, Caronla, Hlclllla.
JOINRfKl. RTANLV. Eatthampton, Mans
KATSIMLES. DOMICAS. KarnUh Dlml-
LI'NDtN, ERIC. Meadowlanila. Minn
NAfllX. MORRIS C, ISO Court trret. Al-
NATHAN. ALRERT, Chlcaeo
NIKON. KarP Wnl Oul, Zast Russia
OERTEL. FREDERICK, Northtord. Conn.
OSTROM. LEO JACOB. Olean. N Y.
TRESCOTT. IVER C Sjkeston. N D.
SHEREDA. JAMES JOHN, Whitewater
FHERELY. FRANK L. Moods. Mo
SMITH. CLV. DE W . I emnon, S. D
bTERNER. (IFOROE. 5015 Ornnt avenue,
Atlantic Clt. N. .1. '
TITMAN. WH.I.IAM VI., Morrla Plalna, N. J.
WIOEN. ANTON 11ARNOPH. Washburn
WlTTiNO.'llAROLD F. Marquette. Mich
WOODS, JAMES EDWARD. Andersonvllle.
YOUNC, CHARLES N. Bristol, ft. D
ri'RLONO. WILLIAM B.. 20J1 East Tlosa
Mreet. Philadelphia. Pa.
MOBTELLER. CLARENCE. West Alllo,
MURRAY. MICHAEL WALLACE, Detroit.
VYSKVEIL JOSEPH. New York.
HREMER. PETER J . Slsel 111.
BRENNAN. JOHN RERNAItU. 39 Kelsejr
aveiue. Trenton, N. .1.
CAIN. JAME1 .1 . Troj, N. Y.
nUVAL. JOSEPH New York.
FISH. WILLIE E.. La Parse, Wis
JONES. JOHN, Slher Point, Tenn
McCLURK. QLEN R . RUhmond, Ind
McOEE. JESSE. Columbus. Ga.
McOILL. RICHARD II.. Highland Falls.
TETERPON, SIGURD M Qrantsburg, Wis
REDDINO. JAMES H , Wlmmera. Pa.
TARDITI. CLEMENT. San Franrlseo
WILLETT. ARTHUR L . La Crosse. Wis.
YOUNO, OEOROE W Oelweln, la.
nOUNDED IN ACTION (DEGREE UNDE
SHERMAN, FORREST D . Njssa, Ore,
BONNETT, JOHN I , Sycamore, La
BLAKE. JAMES. Huntington. W. Va.
CHRISTIANSEN. ALBERT C. Pujallup.
8CHOENEMAN. EDWARD, Catalla, O
WEBSTER, JOHN W , Parmvllle, Va.
CHRISTIAN. EUGENE I, . Note, Ore.
DONOGHUE, FRANCIS. Martin. Va.
SCOFIELD. EDWARD E Toledo, O.
TOBE HENRY, Detroit.
WEIKEL. ERVIN, Roundtop, Ter.
BERNHEISEL. BEN II.. Bellevue. Ky.
O'CONNOR. ARTIICR. 71 West Eighteenth
street, Baionne, N. J,
LADROOT, HERBERT JAMES, Shebojgan,
PONNELLY, I.EON T., River road, New
Brunswick, N, J.
what deterioration will
do to a house. It is even
more surprising what good
painting will do for it.
C( our eimat nz, obligations
T K TW-i.--?,.- -rt?
o . rJ?,.wvvri
Action and 16 Others Die.
BLACK, RALPH C. San Francisco.
BOVtS OUEGORY. Utlca. N, Y
BREHMER. ARNOLD. Collins, Wis
BRUNO. CARMINO, Vlnnfro. Campobaso,
CAMPOTARO. ANGEI.O. Derby. Conn ,
COMFORT. JAMS'? L, LnXvrcncevllle Ga
COSENTINO. FRVNK A , Gardner, Mass,
DAVIS. EDWARD J , SprlnEvllle. Utah
EDLUND.EMIL A General Delivery. Win-
EOaLBTON. FRANK E . Tully. N, Y.
FEEST. JOSEPH. Milwaukee.
llAI.I.EOO.t, PEDRO C . Albert. N M.
OAUR. WILLIAM E., 747 Helen nrenue.
OIANETTONI. JOHN. Pan Luis Obispo Cal
GRAHAM, TETBR. International Falls.
GREINER, JOSEPH G (113 Mne street.
GRIDER, ERWIN T MI Grrenlenf street,
OUETTNER, OTTO. Fort Wa(ne. Ind
GUNDERSON. OUSTAF A . Grand Rapids.
OUST. STEPHEN. Benwood, Minn.
OUSTAFSON, HERMAN F.. Hlusen Lake.
OUTTORMSON. HENRY M , I.anesboro,
HALAnURDA. YARdSLAW. Cleveland.
HALE. PHILIP L . Lake City. Ark.
HANSON, HAROLD BRACE, Dundee. Mich.
HARRIS. EARL V . Lindsay. Okla
HART. ALFRED ORI). Ml Vernon. Ill
HERROEDER. HENRY OEORGE. Jr . Mt.
Vernon, N. Y
HUTCHINSON. SEYMORE. West Danville.
KINSLEY, JOf EPH K , Chlcaeo.
LACY. OIWF.LL F . Bedford. Va.
LEONARD, CHARLEY. Jonesboro. Ill
LINK, CLARENCE Glenwnod Cits Wis
McDANlEL. l'llRLK8 M. OavlcsIHe, Ala
McDONALD. CLARENCE CI . Vincent. O
MAHER. JOHN V.. St. Paul. Minn.
MANSELL SURRY Plikers, Miss
MARTINEZ. TELIFE, lleevlllc. Te
MASON. WALTER D.. Bristol. Vt
MILLER. KIHN M . Arsilemv, Cal
MOORE, JERRT S . Sedgwick, Kan.
MYERS. GEOROE D . Kenney. Ill
NELSON, AUGUST. Massena, la.
NEWOARD, CARL I. , Hralnerd. Minn.
MlEsl.lill, CHMtLEY R, Mlndmii. Mi
O'DO.NNELL. WILLIAM F 171(1 WJIIe
OLfON. LEONARD A . Gibbon, Minn
PANNEBAKER. CLAYTON D., Ncchc. N
PKItKLNS. VOLINE. Linton, Ind.
PEVONKA. JOE GEORGE, Leopolls, Wis
PIE1ROWSKI. MAX F Berlin, Wis.
l'ORDON, STANLEY RUSSELL. Detroit.
RANKIN WILLIAM M, Chliago
REA. CHARLES D . San Juan Caplstrano,
RIEMER. ALBERT, Oconto, Wis.
I.lllxlllltl, WILLIAM E, Iliklir
SIJttOEDER. ALBERT J.. Rose City. Mich
SCOTT. WILLIAM M . Coledale, W. Va.
"IIAIVEII tAMKS W Cream, la
SIDES, LEWIS W.. Versailles, III.
SMnll. LE(7. San Mateo. Cal.
TAYLOR. DELBERT, Sprlngerton. III.
VS' DOHS, K,V Juliet, 111
WVIT.MAN, HERMAN B, San Bernardino.
Wl I i It FLOYD K iLilfklll Tex
WEPFRR. ROHERT. Milwaukee.
WHATI.r.Y, ED. Tallassee, Ala.
WIIIDDEN. WILLIAM I., Sptncer. Neb
PRIESTLEY. ROSCO R . Cherokee. Kan.
QUINN, JAMES W.. Antloih, Cal
' Ml.VLL Mt'lllL'lt Mlu Mlrh
RICK, MCIIOIAS, 333 Feahlne avenue,
Newnrtc, N. J.
till HMtDSllV. HOY ALVIV IlulTalii V Y
SK1ERKA. ALBERT. Jr.. Cheater. Mont.
riVlnil, UAY.MON1J LLOYD, Wtat Njatk,
SroWEI.L. WILLIAM TATRICK, Western
TIKAL, WENZEL FRANK, La Crosse, Wis
V1M.I..M, JUII.G. Madelia, Portugal .
ZIMMERMAN. NORMAN L., Mesrrsdalt. Pa.
ELEVEN KEYSTONE MEN
ON LIST LAST NIGHT
The armv casualty lint, laaued last
night, Included eleven Pennsylvania
soldiers anil four from, New Jersey. The
KILLED IV ACTION
VMRSII. RORERT i:.. 40i Jeirrrson avenue.
DIED 1'ROVI WOUNDS
MI'RPIIY. WILLIAM II., 140 Orchard
street, Elizabeth, N. J.
HUlT.hR. WILLIAM, 10A3 Twentieth
street, Tjrone, Pa.
CASEVI, LEWIS, tl Luzerne street. Lee
Park. Wllke-narre, Pn.
MILLER. JOHN. 121 Rhrr street. Jessup.
OSS. THOMAS JOSEPH, 570 Sv.nln street,
WOOD, GEORGE HORACE, West W Infield,
WOUNDED (DEGRi:E CNDETERVIINED)
&TEPHENH. HOWARD C, 70 Atherton
street, Ilorranreton, Pa.
ENT1.V, BOBIS, iOi First street, Elizabeth,
MISSING IN ACTION
KIEFEB, HENRY H., 2204 West Ihlgh
avenue. Philadelphia. Pa.
MrMAIION, CHARLES, niasshoro. N. J.
LENTES. OEORC.E WASHINGTON, 183
Mondella- avenue. Rryn Mawr, Pa.
MARTINAVAGE. STINEY C, 1S83 West
Coat street, Shenandoah, Pa
MAY. JOSEPH ('.. 615 West Linden street,
PALESKI. ANTHONY. SIS North Merrlfleld
street, Scranton. Pa.
A . iTWa.no. 'Vni othc, Teguie '
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w:xss OTrV i
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Ki utWn?i.rtn W!ii. fcl!sWJ
f W 1SVI . . 1 IU. - - 1 '1 H.1. v-ia
Responsible nianufactorlnv coarerns esn attain oa attrae
tlve terms thorouihlr uodern aceommodatloos for anr aoaibtr
of plants Olid emplorrs' hontlns. In a hlfb-srsde Industrial ran.
munltr naw dereloplnc ullbln 10 miles of 1'bJlsdelpliU. Mucb
cliesiw'r "ovcrbeud" coats (ban present contested luetropolllS"
iioltrs afford, ' a
PREPARE NOW FOR THE FUTURE
and avoid frelsht drlara so frequent In Urn commercial
wctlons by loiatmc In this new vlrlnltr wltb tin train ana
(roller aerrlce, crmplete shopping facilities and general welfare
features far alI-yor arausement, ap tract contains largo creek
and beautlluujr wooaed grora now belac deviate! fur park pur.
' EYEJTCHG ' PUBLtd
LOCATE 83 AMERICAN
PRISONERS OF WAR
Several Philadelphia Soldiers
Among Those Detained at
German Camps x
By the United Press
W ashlngton, Sept. 17
The War Department today puhllshed
the names of eighty-three American
prisoners, now located ns follows.
At Camp Hastrftt T V. Hoiilln, New
hurgh, N. Y ; O, W. Savage, llnngor,
.Me , H L Sheffield, Korestvlllp, N J.;
II. Corrj, Phllailebtlila: A, (J Ur.idley,
Ilrlstol, Conn ; X, Alnlsman, Ilrookn;
W. T, Chrrklr), Jr., Paterann, N. J.j
A. W. Initnerniniy, Phllailelplilnt C.
Nlrltn, Jnlinstnwn, l'a.t K C. RaiVcli,
York, Pa,; p, M. Cojle, Johnstown, I'a.j
M. Axel, I'hllailelplilai W. J. Otto, Mil
waukee ; V J. Bullock, South Chicago;
U Livingston, Boston; E, Jukes, Roch
ester, Pa, i W. C. Dietrich, (Ireece, N
Y ; K Iattlmer, Waterliury, Conn , K
13 I.undmark, tlaylordsvllle, Conn ,
A. Kxrcrwskl, Philadelphia; II f! H.in.
croft, TheresH, N. Y-; I. Ho.enliurg,
North llergrn, N. J.
At camp unknown F Hralnbrldge,
Marlow, Okla. ; F. I.njillng. Ilerlln, Pn.j
It. J. Keenan, Jeanetlr, Pa.i F. ,1. KnnfT
man, Philadelphia; E, ('. Jackson,
Pallston, New Brighton. Pa.t G. C.
lohnaon, stoj lestown. Pa,; E. Iluber,
Plillarlelplila: J, W, Holler, HnmeMend.
Pn.; 13 Levin, Utlca, Mich.: N. Iln.ver,
Trevorton, Pa.; C). S. HaMess, 13,irls
lioro, Okla ; J M. Hargrove, Mount
Vernon ; V Hoben, New York ; F. P,
(Well, Plillailelpliln; F, C. .Mlltmitn,
Plillaitelphlat It. M. Allllhouse, Berlin,
Pa. It. C. Moahnliter, .Mejersdale. Pa ;
L C Bnland, I3lkader, la ; A. Roherli,
(irrrnsliiirg. Pa.; A. H. DeStefnn". Phll
ailrlplila; W. F, Holm, Scranton, Ph.; II.
E Arlmir, Phllnilelphla; Tt. n. W elf el,
Vllenlown. Pn.; J J. Fojtnrty, Hartford,
Conn ; (1. K Drouln, St. Johnsbury. Vt ;
B rrohn. HlRhland. Ill ; L A. Held,
.Morrllllon, Ark ; J. (Ireenherp. Chicago .
H C. (Joedelman. I'.ed Bud, 111 ; .1
Mlshlwlce, New Haven, Conn-; It. II.
.McKlnnta. New Ilrlglllon. Pa,; O. II.
Ilnlland, Denver, Pa.; W A. Powers,
Wanatte, OUln : A. (I. Petnukv. Pnttnn,
Pn.: M 13. Argraves, Fort Fulrtleld,
Me. ; 1. 1 Allen. Grand Saline, Tc ;
M. J. Adams, Somerset, Pa.
At Karlsruhe C. A. McHlvain, Al
hanv, Mlxs' ; A. M. lloherts, Oulfport.
At Strakowe S. F. Heater, Republic.
Pa. ; J. Ferher, Cilbson, Minn , A llal
verson, IClgln, la.; W. P. Clark, X. vv
Haven, Conn ; L. Gardner, Snmeriet,
Pn.; It Campbell, Areola, 111 ; A.
Mlldrntiurg, Philadelphia.) X Koine
slakes. Wheeling, W. Va.; O D Hnee,
At I.andchut D. McDonald, Burt, U
Changes in Laundry Practice
Acting in co-operation with Government wishes,
which are equivalent to instructions, and in an effort toward
desired conservation, the following changes have been
made in established Laundry practice.
Beginning October 1, 1918
NO CALL BACKS Collections and deliveries will
be made only on the regular day, in 10 far as practical.
If the customer is not at home or the bfndle it not
ready, no return call can be made until the next regular
Laundry bundle must be ready to hand to the
driver when he calls. He is not permitted to wait. Aa a
conservation measure it it estimated that this alone
will save at least 30, of the driver's time.
NO SPECIALS No special delivery or collection
' can be made.
DELIVERY CONDITIONS As far at possible,
calls will be made on regular days, but because of the
continued labor turnover, the draft arid general .short
age of. help, this may not at all times be possible. It
may apply, in turn, to all laundries, and customers are
urged to be patient in view of the abnormal conditions.
Strictly Cash Business
NO CHARGE ACCOUNTS All bundles will be
delivered C. O. D. Special notice is called to this, be
cause, if for any reason the rash is not available at
the time the bundle is delivered, the driver, under the
rule, must return the bundle to the office, nor can it
again be sent out until the next regular delivery day. '
Philadelphia Laundry Owners' Exchange
Demand Increased Facilities
..nBLII I .dssiV
I , .."'e oi.;e.'m0 i"v..'tcpa "';,.,
Anti-Snloon League Members
Will Tour Stntc for Repub
State Senator William C Kproul, Ilc
puhllcan gubernatorial candidate, has
been given the unanimous Indorsement
of the Anti-Saloon League of Pennsyl
vania Members of the league will tour the
State In nutomobllei urging election of
the Republican candidate ns part of their
campaign for ratification of the national
prohibition amendment by the State
Legislature at Its next seslnn.
' The Issues of this campaign lire dearly
drawn." Fald ncpreentatle Vlckerman,
of Uollevue, Allegheny County, who pro
posed Indorsement of Senator Sproul.
"Senator Sproul has come out openly,
for the nmendment ; Judge Honnlwell has
come out openly against It I predict
that the dry fortes of the entire State
will turn out for Mr. Sproul. now that
his candidacy has been Indorsed by the
Anti-Saloon League " . .
Arrangements are being made to pio
vlde the seven district superintendents
of the league with automobiles to con-i
duct their tour In behalf of the Itepub
llcan candidate '
Sentiment In Cambria County favors
Senator Sproul, according to the Rev.
Dr Homer W Tope, superintendent ofi
the Philadelphia district, who lias Just
returned from that county
An international stand'
ard of clove value.
The most exacting Mil'
itary and Civilian re
Satisfied in leather.fur.
silk or rabne.
At tht Principal Shtpt.
Amarltn arl and
kill hava produced
ajabrie glovs evr .
'- 'u :r " the,:?0
Vfrtu" f 'W.""1
Mic , .?". i1:v.7:-w7
wftei, :"'o .),:""'
.- ""aeta,.., "ci;ci , . .:
,:, ?"" io ,?':" c"ab-
dcn'? lSh?"r rKl?n isT?
J??ii ih"" tl,t "B -"e.
Industrial Development Co.
129 S. Sth St., Philadelphia
Ball rbonss Lombard 4X14, 1
WAN AM AKER'S Store Opens at 10
Selected Furs at an Average Saving of 25
in me uown stairs store at Wanamaker s
Fox muffs and scarfs.
Natural lynx sets.
Hudson seal muffs.
Raccoon muffs and
Silver-dyed fox muffs
Siberian hound scarfs
These excellent and fashionable pelts are made up in
the best and newest modes. They were bought many
months ago and were worked up with painstaking care
when the furriers were not busy.
Particularly Good Are:
Hudson sable-dyed fox muffs, $30
4 Taupe-dyed fox muffs, $25 and $29.75
Dyed black fox muffs, $27.50
Poiret dyed fox muffs, $25
Black dyed fox scarfs, $25 and $27.50
Poiret and taupe dyed fox scarfs, $27.50
Hudson sable-dyed sets, $50
Styles in Women's
Winter Coats at
$25 to $30
Between these two prices there arc hundreds of
good, warm, comfortable winter coats for women to
choose from in the Down Stairs Store. The materials
are practical cheviots, burellas, velouis., warm, thick
cloakings and soft pompoms.
The colorings include all of the good shades of
Winter Burgundy, taupe, deep brown, navy, black
and daik green.
As to styles we'd like to have you see them.
They are made in so many pretty ways, with pleat
ings and strappings and gatherings and plenty of
roomy pockets and loose belts. The collars all have
notions of their own and make themselves of fur
cloth, velvet, nutria, sealene or kit-coney furs or of
the material used in the coat.
All of these coats aie either half lined or full
lined and many of them are warmly interlined.
There aie fittings and styles for women of all
ages, with several models that are especially good
for stout women.
It's a pleasure to choose a Winter coat from such
u fine assortment as this.
Delightful New Serge Dresses
of crepe de chine, tricolette, satin,
Georgette crepe and crepe meteor
aie $25 to $45.
is in a variety of light and dark
plain colors, including some
soft rose and gray that is used
extensively for draperies. It
is 36 inches wide, at 50c a
yard; 27 inches wide, at 40c a
ssTOT-, -f rnw?s'f
SEPTEMBER , 17,
Black lynx scarfs and
Japanese badger scarfs
Taupe fox sets and
muffs and scarfs.
Black fox scarfs and
Silver cross-dyed fox
muffs and scarfs.
Special at $3.50
Fluffy scarfs of marabou in
black, natural or mole are fin
ished with silk cord or ribbon
Many other scarfs and capes
of marabou and marabou com
bined with ostrich are priced
fiom $6.75 to $14.75.
A Lot of Pretty
Because they ate samples
they are considerably below
thei- regular price and there
aie many pretty things to
White voiles, trimmed with
laces, or rather plain, striped
voiles with contrasting collars
and cuffs, sheer white batistes
and the like.
Navy blue or black serge
dresses show the bodices trimmed
with bone buttons, accordion
pleated skirts, sash belts edged
with fringe and white satin col
lars and cuffs.
Soft Satin Frocks
They have Georgette crepe
Vestees and collars and show
pointed overskirts. Some of them
arc embroidered with colorful
Two Models at $18.75
Fringe edges the ovcrskitt of
some pretty serge frocks, which
have attractive re vers and are
trimmed with ball buttons.
Other frocks are box-pleated
and side-pleated and are adorned
with roll satin collars.
A Varieiy of Models
in Satin at $19.75
Blown, black and navy blue
satin dresses show pleasing dif
ferences in styles. One has an
embroideied vestee and fringe on
the overskirtj some others are
trimmed with coral beads at the
Little crocheted woolen sacques
are ever so soft and pretty. They
are made to fit snugly about
babies' necks. Some are all
'white, while others show touches
of blue or pink,
Store Closes at 4.30 WANAM AKEK?S
A Little Lot of
Sample Skirts for
Plcatetl or tailored skirts, with
pockets or without, make up this
ijroup of specially priced skirts.
There are but one or two of a kind
and they are in sample sizes.
Included are striped silk skirts
and plain taffetas, wool poplins,
plaid velours and plaid serges.
Special at 24c a
Good, sturdy unbleached
muslin, 3(i inches wide. This
is about today's mill price.
The Best Place in Town for a
Man to Buy a Moderately
Priced Winter Suit
is the Down Stairs Store at Wanamaker's Here, in spite of the scar
city of wool and its consequent high prices, a man can still get a sound
and worthy suit, embodying:
the newest and best in style
and all at a moderate price. There has been no lowering of standards
at Wanamaker s, no deviating from the all-wool policy. A man can
salely invest in any suit in our stocks, knowing that he is going to
get full and loyal service.
$21.50 to $32.50 are the prices, with fitting for all regular sizes.
for late Autumnwear,
also suits of wool
velour, burella, pop
lin, scge and duvet
melange in tailored
and novelty models.
Poplin suits are
belted and have vel
vet or plush collat.s.
Braid or silk ciow
feet add finishing
touches. $25 and
Oh, so neatly tai
lored! The fine serge
shows to great ad
vantage in asuit that
is trimmed with bone
buttons and has cut
in pockets. The jack
et ripple1? in back
Special Coats for Girls
of Six Years $8.75
Theie are two styles; one is made of brown plush and the other
of green corduroy. Both are lined and interlined, and are short
waibted, with belts. The green one has a full skirt.
ir girls of 7 jcars to 9 are
The belts have buckles in
there are pockets! Interlinings add warmth and attractive cuffs add
finish to the sleeves. $12.75.
Junior Girls' Coats, $15
Dark mixed coating is well made into becoming coats for girls
of 14 years to 16. The loomv pockets are new, and the coats have
belts. The buttonholes and all the small points about the coat are
so well finished!
Black Regulation Frocks ,
for girls of 14 years to 16 aie made of unusually fine serge. The
skirts are box-pleated and the blouses have yokes, shields and pockets.
The $4.90 Sale of Women's
Shoes Carries On
The lines a-e long and slender and all of, the shoes lace
high. The soles are welted or turned with high, medium or
curved covered heels.
Calfskin in black, dark tan, and tan forms durable and
attractive shoes for cold-weather wear. Kidskin is in black
and white or brown. Dark gray kidskin shoes have lighter
soft leather tops and ivory or gray kidskin shoes have cloth
tops to match.
Some good seamless Axminster
seumeu Axminsier rugs, vx.it leei,
Tapestrv Brussels Rugs
7x9 feet, $23.50.
8.3 x 10.6 feet, $26.50 and $28.50.
9x12 feet, $21.60, $24.50 to
New Tailored Hats
Have Trim Charm
There are little velvets
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row after row of stitching
and hats built on youthful
tarn o' shanter lines. Beaver
is most attractively used as i
the facing for a sailor of
hatter's plush or in wide
bands on tiny toques. Tiny
balls of fur are the forerun
ners of the smart fur hats
that will arrive with Winter.
$6, $8 and $10.
Suits for Women
Are Among the Newer Things
with a smartness of excellent tailoring are these
suits of piactical tweed in various toned mixtures
giay, brown and a mixture of red and green.
Some are belted, while others are sports models.
S29.75 and $32.50. (Market)
in good shades of green or bur-
back and in front. Of course.
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Axminster Rugs K
Heavy and Seamlesgt
(1x9 feet. S27.K0 i' -vSl
7.6x9 feet. $32.60. $ I
8.3x10.6 feet. $42.60. - ??'
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