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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTE:iEEI! VX 1C1S
272 MtMS REPORTED
ON 3 CASUALTY LISTS
Fifty-nine Pershing Men and Three Marines Die in
Battle 47 Other Deaths 68 Missing
and 92 Wounded ,,
NEWS OF SHIPYARDS
Washington, Sept. 19.
Casualties among General Pershing's
forces In France, announced by the
War Department today and last night,
numbered 121 and 142, respectively,
ht!e'a marine corps list g-lven out to
day contains nine names, a total of 272
names on the three reportB,
The army list today Includes: Killed
In action, twenty-two; missing 'In ac
tion, thirty: wounded soverely, forty
three: died of disease, nine; died of
wcunds, eleven: died of accident and
other causes, three; wounded slightly,
Nine marine casualties announced to
day are: Killed In action, three; died
of wounds, four: wounded severely,
two. These make a total of 3132 cas
ualties flmonir the marines to date.
The army list glen out last night
was abided as follows! Killed in action,
thirty-seven: missing In action, thirty
eight: wounded scerely, thirty-nine;
died of wounds, eleven: died of olr
plaho accident, one: wounded, degree
undetermined, five; died of disease,
eight : prisoners. thiVe.
Today's lists follow:
KILLED IN ACTION
MILLIMANi LEWIS W Scotts. Mich.
MILLSnr. JOHN, lis North street, Clrere
Cllv. Tn. .
BMITK, nnnN A.. Waterloo, la.
BATTEN. ROT C Chlcneo
CARKENKIt. STUART. Knnsss City. Mo.
JANDRA. JOSKril. R. F. T. 3, Sawyer,
WALTERS. HENT.T, Holland. Mich.
HART, aEOnOE.'Hiirrlsliurc. -III.
HARTOLEno. DOMINICK, Scuttle. Wash.
HALIi. ROY A . Columbia. S. T
KFFAMIS. KIJSTIIATHOIS. SJ Scot street,
Rhershle. N. J.
OSLIN. ERtr J . Hor.ttle. Wash.
URAMULETT, CHARLIE 1I Itamhurst.
RREOEHOFT CARL f Krhnrd. Minn.
niUHISY. CLINTON E . Tonkers. N. Y.
GRAFS. AI.nERT. Cnnnnn Rail. N. D.
HfrTCIIESON, CLARENCE 13.. llentonvllle,
MARIO. JOSEPH DAVIS, Mupleton Depot.
SCIIOTTE. HENRY F Amsterdam. N. Y.
SMITH. JOHN, rrlvett. Ky.
WILLIAMS. nonERT if.. Elliott, In.
WOULFE. JOHN J.. New York.
DIED FROM WOUND RECEIVED IN
BACLASKE, FRANK, R. F. D. 1, Old
KWYECINSKI, WLADYSLAW. New Lon.
MURPHY. FREDERICIC J.. Cambrldce,
RICHMOND. ARTHUR D.. Waterbury.
ORENWOLDT. FRANK. Ilertha, Minn.
KNARR, DONALD C. Reno. Nev.
LAIRD. JOHN. V, Ishnu , Va.
MOORE. TRACEY. San Antonio. Tex.
SHAFFER. ALFRED O.. Ida Oroe, la.
TURNER. GARLAND R , Hillsboro. Ga.
TARNO, JAMES A., Terry. Mont.
WARD, NEM.IF. J., 22s North Taxon direct.
RAMSAY. TLOYI) ALLEN. Delolt. Wis
CHOPP. ISADOR .1.. Hrazll. la.
RODIHAUtlH. ki WILLIAM. 11 Stevenson
SHIPLEY. RODERICK J., P.ossUlle, Kan.
ABHWOOD. OEOnOE. Ogdcnsburg. N. Y.
CARTER. TETER. R, F. D. 1. Qovan. S. C.
CASEY, WII.I 18 O, UMira. OKI
COLLUM, DENVER, Seminole, Okla.
DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND OTHER
LAROSE. JOHN W., Pmlrle 'da Rocher. III.
HILLER. HARRY T.. Chicago.
KAM.MER. UEOROK W., New York.
CASWELL. HARRISON H.. Greenville,
WEISIQER, WILLIAM TATTESON. Jr..
DEVINK. MARK 101'i Dennett street, Wil
DKOZDOW8KI, LEO MOSES, Sheboygan.
McANDRKWS, GEOROK W.. Wilmington,
THOMPSON, FREDERIC H., dardena,
WOLVERTON, FAY. Vlckerytllle, Mich.
DRAKE. HENRY JAMES, Detroit.
JIBBLE. EMERY V.. Tocoma. Woh.
KENNEY. JOSEPH L.. Dorchester. Moai.
LANGLEY. ERNEST L.. Boston.
LEVERIDGE. ERNEST RICHARD, Lincoln.
LIPSHITZ, MORRIS. San Domingo, Mex.
LOV1CK, ALUElVr R.. Llbbj'. Jlont.
MacDONALD. JOHN RYAN. Maiden. Mass.
K PLOOF. HOWARD S.. Wykoff, Minn.
PORTER. ALBERT If., Glenwood. Tex.
PRILL. ANTHONY A.. Simla. Col.
REIGER. LOUIS J.. Now York.
SHARPS. PERLEY O . 'New Bedford. Mass.
HHINKR, ANDREW 0.. llox Si. MeadyUle,
SMITH. EMERSON E.. Isabel. 8 D.
VAUOHAN. FRED 8.. Orajsvlllo. Ga.
WEYENHERO. WIM.IAM. Kutik.iunu, Wis
WILLETTB, GEORGE. MlnneapoMs, Minn.
WILLIFORD. EARL II.. Stonewall. Miss.
WULFF. JOHN HENRY. Oreenvllle. Mich.
ZELDAM. JOHN. Grand Rapids. Mich.
CORRADINO, NICKOLAB. 210 West Wulnqt
street, Lancaster. Pa.
DENAULT, PHILOMON J.. Fall River,
GILLAM. THOMAS H , Hammond, Ind.
G0DIN8KY. SAUL. Mattapan, Mass.
JENSEN. JENS II.. Avoca. Iowa.
JONES, FRANK P., Moss. Tenn.
KEVILL. DB FORREST IRVING. Neenah,
LEPLANT. ALBERT E.. Rlchford. Vt.
LESLIE. HARRY A.. Decker. Mich.
MOREAU. VICTOR. North Yakima. Wash.
MURRAY, JOSEPH CHARLES, 20 Palisade
avenue. Jersey Cltr. N. J. '
OWEN. GEORGE FRANCIS. New York.
PARNELL. ROBERT 11., Wllllamston. 8j C,
BAYLOR. WILLIAM M Waverly, Va.
'SHirMAN, HENRY WILSON. Dement. 111.
HOODY, K,BOLD DISK. Glen Reck, Pa.
DAVID. LOUIS M Taunton. Mass.
KLEIN, SAMUEL, 101 Mill street, Du
MISSING IN ACTION
SMITH. JUNIOR. Flint. Mich.
DROVE, FRANK K.. 171 West ratrlck
street. Frederick. Sid.
McMlNAMON, JOSEPH A.. x08 Luierne
street. Bcranton. Pa.
NIELSEN, CHARLES. "Neenah. Wis.
O'BHEA. JOHN. New York.
SCHCCKKK. VEBNIE. B. F. D. J, Kutx-
UDEIJIOVEN. FRANK. I-ancaster. Wis.
.VAN DEN HROEK. MARTIN, South Kau
CHESTER PLANT GIRLS
START BIG SMOKE FUND
VAZNUK. .JOHN? Ixyaslovskl. Russia. .
' rrirates '
WAM, CLYDE O., R, F. D. 1. Lavreonham,
DAVIS. TIIURMAN. Chattanooia. Tcnn.
FOLSOM. DAVID. GoodlnB. Idaho.
FOLSOM, HOWARD II., Gooding. Idaho.
OARIK, JOSEPH, Chlcaeo
OILI1ERT. WILLIAM O., Ilutte. Mont.
HARRISON, JAMES. R. F. D. Hot 3.
Forest Cltr. Pa.
UAUOHT. ARTHUR. Chandler. Arl.
HESS, CLYDE II., Gray Hull. Wjo.
HESS. LOUIS n . Brooklyn
HICmtNN, J.VJIES PETER, SIS North
Thirtr-etxhth street, l'hiladelphla. Pa.
KBLLUERG. ALVIN O.. Troy. Idaho.
KEMP. BENJAMIN W..' Salt Lake. N. M.
KLAUS. ALBERT T., Avondale, Col.
KRASEV1CH. AtARTIN. Pueblo, Col
LAUFER. JOHN Walla Walla. Wash. .
MIDKITF. FRANK, 8. Charleston. W Va.
MOE. ENOWALD REINHART, Spooner,
RLOVICIf, FRANK J., 33 Turkey Ran,
THOMASON, BERT1S. Pactolua, Ky.
ZEINTEK, PETER T.. Chicago.
KILLED IN ACTION
BOUZA, MANUEL. Jr . Cambria, Cat.
RAUDIS, THOMAS J., State Collexe, ra.
STOUT. PAUL, 3.urptsboro. Ill
DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN
GRAHAM. ROSS , La Faette, Qa. -
CREIGHTON. JOSEPH V New York.
FRANTZ, GLENN. Peoria. 111.
GLENN. FRED n.. Atlanta. Ga.
SEVERELY WOUNDED IN ACTION
OWENR QWYN I., Fenffordd Wen,' Wales.
SINK, TERRY L., Detroit.
No Restriction on Soft Drinks
Washington, D. C, Sept. 19. No re
strictions hae been placed on the
manufacture of soft drinks by the fuel
administration and none will be until
an lnestlgatlon shows that such a step
1b absolutely necessary for the succeis.
ful prosecution of the war. This Jnfor
matlon was transmitted by Fuel Ad
mlnlstrator CSarfleld In response to In
quiries by Senator Hitchcock, of Xe
braska, relathe to what action was con
$72 Raised on First Patriotic
Penny Day $50 on
Miss Virginia Farmer, of the Jltlng
department, Chester Ship Company, has
found n ncW way to bocst the soldiers'
and sailors' smoke and candy fund
Uncli Wednesday Is tq bo, known as
"Patriotic Penny Day" there, and woe
to the employe who doesn't take pennies
with him on Wednesdays.
Every employe will be expected to
"shell out" the brownies on that day
and If he doesn't do It he may cxnect
a sharp reminder from the girls who are
bncklng tho plan. The Idea was tried
Wednesday of last week, when $72 was
raised. Yesterday $50 In pennies came
The General Tershlng birthday stamp
sale at the Cheater yard was a great
success een If It was Friday the 13th
The total ran over $2600 for the dav.
Ono shlpworker alone bought $400 worth
and It wasn t the pretty girl In it either.
At least, ho said so. Many of the girls
In tho ctllce gavo their own time to
make the sale hum. Men were sought
eerywhero In the yard, and It Is said
that eerv employe) bought , at least one
stamp. Bright posters helped the site
The girls who worked at this were
Misses Farmer, Mabel Fulton, Helen
Sleigh, all of the filing department:
Erma Diamqnd and Jtarv McCartv. of
tho mailing department; Helen Punlew,
accounting department; Margaret Nolan,
construction department, and Miss
Shecklcr, training department.
JOHNNY COI.K. Ike Smith end a few
nttier of Bill OnllflKber's men at tho Harlan
shlpnrd are back from New York They
spent several dus scattering pennies alonx
the Howery and in Chinatown. Now they are
sutlsfled with life.
'THE ll.KLN HAND was pretty lite set.
tine nrnund to Ita ucneral mnnaser's house
after wlnninn first prize at tho shtpnrd band
contest, nml thought it n shame to tlrna him
out of bed But. bless sou, the general man.
per was still In his eenln- clothes and
rcudy for business Ho talked to the men
ind that wjs all they wanted
THEY'RE WONDERING nt the Chester
shlpard what has become of Ilobert S Oe.l.
dis Tho man applied for work there, and
exhibited a seert' schrapnel wound In the
hack recehed at Mons whllo with a Cna
Idan regiment. Ho worked one night as
since "" &" n0t h0Hn up nor cllta
wina nowi. n II hao no'hlng on this bunch. I
thM,NS..V J?'u.r'V!" ? hlb '
along the AtUntlc coast" "D""'e'ninB an
A. tf (IIVNtXw. . ..
t. Mereh.m ?:,! i?h.r rro,I'flnr depart.
Y. jr. c. a! lied" l,ls l"""1" ,uU at
WANAMAKER'S Store Opens nt 10 Store Closes at 4.30 WANAMAKERS
y""uA.IH?n-rne years, mi for" ,
luram Urimth, Carson's ilini i. U "i:
tT-nn" ""l ,"n", ''as
IT.,00. six thousand dol
nay nrd em.
thousand dollars hae already
haVol n.iii.. ' "Ja ? "y 'e Red Cross
?,m i..i?" a.ry .Rnd '"e remaining moo.
Just recelcd for August, will soon follow.
working I?I'r'tMI,i,.,0lLKN,:- R foo,t",ll '"
working in tho timekeepers' ofllce at tho
eTa'wrr."hv?rd' A" due J.rk today from
iJflawart nter Gap. whore he htm hn
MIPMr',,.lrt-n.xJf,rfc th" l' f"nthr III,l?tVr?
.miss Maude Mllbourne, has been with him.
MISS MAHKI.LK COCHRAN, of llldley
nfo'Vhei? Is A0,"1 &r thLrd engagement at
tho Chester Ship office. 1ms mado an en
gagement for life with Tm,i NM,..ir.. J
I,,J!imo or"ce' The dato naa not been' an-1
JOHN GILLE1P1E. of the purchasing de
partment at the Sun Ship office, has returned
from his hone) moon He and his bride are1
living In their own home at Glenolden. Just
bought for tho occasion
SEVERAL SCN MIIP office girls will!
.1.. u i,rn flir i numrv i-iui and thti
dancing as A result of the (ire there the other
night. The chance of building u new-club-housi'
during the war Is slim.
Mlt. JOHN IIELLIS. of Stroudsburg. Ta .
will Join her sister Miss Margaret Hartholo
mew. In the Wetherlll nftlce at Cheater, be.
Binning next Monda Incidentally, she will
ie closer to her huaband. who also works
for the fcun Ship Company.
l.D WALTER, n shlpfltter at the Cramp
ard wore the wrong lut tn work the other
daj, and another fellow called attention to
the fact that the German tutors were pnlntcd
on the straw. "To with the Kaiser."
said Walter and wore Hogall a dip home
VR K RICHMOND and George l'nss. hnlh
of the Cramp rd. have hail n misunder
standing concerning tho former's auto It
Is all dm r the question of free rides which
ltlchmoud holds is undebatablc.
.1. CLARK. Palo Jones. Grner Wanner
Charlie Hlatk. ( Harlle I,lne. W. Itelllj and
n few other Cramp ehlpworkera had a box
at Shlbc Park for the shipyard lxtsotmli
n.mt.n whitn diAnionaa
.. in w stvla creen cold rlnsn
T '58 to $75
A SCO. ASCO.
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A Square Deal
Every one ia satisfied with a square deal and justly it is what every one is
In these days of Hurry and Rush it is important for you to realize that
every American Store stands for the square deal policy, as a sure and safe
barrier against the food profiteer.
Well may the question be asked, what would you be paying for goods today
were it not for the American Stores?
Our Producer to Consumer Plan answers the question
A direct link connecting your table with the man who grows, packs or
Investigate There is an American Store at your door.
Packed specially for us; qual
ity is very fine; delightful
for hot cakes or any purpose
where syrup is required.
New pack; very fine qual
ity Early Junes, delightfully
tender. Lay in your winter's
supply at this price.
Fresh from the ovens every
Friday and Saturday morn
ing. Sold only in dust-proof
& ful t pp n
Makes the bestcup you ever drank. Sure
to give satisfaction, because it can be depended
upon to be always the same.
Plain Black, Mixed or our famous India
Ceyl . Our Teas are blended to your taste
known for their super-quality.
Items You May Forget
At Right Prices
Macaroni....'. .."..pkg. 10c, 12c
Cocoanut pkg. 5c
"Asco" Baking Powder.ean 5c-0c
Pickled Onions....... hot. 12c
India Relish bot. 12c
Polled Meats.-. can 5c, 10c
Salmon can 19e, 26c
Easy Jell pkg. 8c
Corn Meal lb. SVic
Salad Oil bot lie, 22c
Shrimp .......can 14c
Mixed Vegetables can 13c
Cider Vinegar bot 16c
Salad Dressing bot. 14c
Best Corn Flour lb. 7c
Apple Butter jar 15c
White Distilled Vinegar bot. 12c
Ratter's Catsup : bot. 12c
Hershey's Cocoa can 8c, 15c
"Asco" Beans, tomato sauce can 15c
Choice White Pea Beans lb. 15c
Fancy Beets can 16c
Mackerel each 18c, 33c
J Mazola Oil pint can 35c
Heinz Baked Beans
Real oven-baked, packed in delicious
Big Juicy Lemons
Thin skin, sound as a dollar and full of
In All Our Up-to-the-Minute Meat Markets
Our prices are much below what is being charged for Meats of ordinary quality why
not serve the finest to be had? '
Fresh Killed K Chickens, 40'n..
Fresh Made Sausage, 35n, I Country Style Serapple,20ib,
New Made Krout .... 12qt.
EVERYWHERE UN PHILADELPHIA
And Throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland
Fashions, Brightly New and Charminti
in the Down Stairs Store at Wanamaker'st
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Brisk Suits High in Fashion,
Low in Price
At $20.75 the suit that is sketched is made of
navy blue, burgundy or brown wool poplin. The
jacket is lined with figured silk. Notice the
rows of buttons, tho belt and the pleats.
Many Women Like Broadcloth
Suits of broadcloth show a new blue as well
as black. Tho backs of tho jackets ripple and the
side pockets arc attractively tailored. Buttons
aio effective trimming. $30.50.
Navy Blue Serge Suits
Fine serge suits in Norfolk style have largo
patch pockets and show buttons attractively used.
The soft lining is of peau de cygne.
of lustrous satin in navy blue, black, bur-
gundy, taupe and brown are in many, many
models at $16.50 to $29.75.
Velvet for the
Black millinery velvet, 18
inches wide, is to be had in
three qualities at $1.50, $1.75
and $2 a yard.
Black costume velveteen, 27
inches wide, is $3 a yard.
Black crepe de chine, 40
inches wide, is $1.55 and $1.85
All silk radium in white or
black is 40 inches wide at $2.
vhich is much less than we ex
pected to sell them for. They are
mado "of a better grade of seer
sucker striped with Copenhagen
blue and white. The round necks
fit warmly. Each romper has a
largo breast pocket, a belt piped
with white and elastic at tho
in pink or blue is made in the
same style in sizes 2 years to 6
for toddlers pf 2 years and 3
years are made of pink or blue
chambray at $1.25.
Nightgowns at $2
Soft, heavy fiannelet in stripes
of pink or blue makes generous
nightgowns with double yokes and
long sleeves. The nighties arc cut
For Winter House
Fresh, light patterns in 36-inch
percale show small figures or
stripes in various colorings. Ex
cellent at 29c a yard.
50c a Dozen
Blond, black, auburn and va
rious shades ol brown nets arc
in cap or straight shapes.
They are of lustrous, good qual
ity taffeta in navy blue, black or
green and many of the beautiful
changeable hues. The deep
flounces aic shirred and have accordion-pleated
Frocks for Service or Frocks
for Dress All for Junior Girls
makes a serviceable frock for girls of 12 to 10. It is navy blue,
trimmed with black silk braid and smoked pearl buttons, and a little
tucked white satin vestee brightens it. $16.75.
Beautiful Poplin '
in navy blue makes a most attractive frock
for girls of 15 to 17 or for small women. The
bodice buttons in the back and an unusual
overskirt merges into panels at both the back
and front of the skirt. $25. Sketched.
Corduroy for School
It makes serviceable frocks in several
styles for girls of 10 to 14. In navy blue and
brown. Some with contrasting colors and
Silk and Velvet for Better Wear
A pretty taffeta frock in navy blue or
brown has a surplice collar and sleeves that
are scalloped and stitched in contrasting color.
For girls of 12 to 16 at $15.
Beautiful velvet frocks made in unusual
styles; many with unusual hand embroidery
ornamenting them. $22.50 and $25.
$1.60 a Pair
They are of fine quality ecru
color scrim, hemstitched and
edged with imitation cluny, lace.
2 yards long.
for Library Tables
Beautiful scarfs of velour or
tapsetry are in rich, dark color
ings, some' of them with odd
braiding for trimming. 1
yarJs long, at $4.
They would enhance the appear
ance of any library or living room
Floor Coverings Are
Something of a Problem
Many of the mills are on tho verge of idleness, as they
cannot obtain, the wool yarns for making rugs, and the output
in very instance is far below the usual quota. All that makes
for a great scarcity and higher prices. Rugs such as these in
the Down Stairs Store should commend themselves to every
householder, as they are of first quality, perfect in weave, pat
terns and coloring and are marked very reasonably.
Wilton Rugs With Linen Fringe
27x54 inches, $8.75 6x9 feet, $49
36x63 inches, $14 8.3x10.6 feet, $72.50
4.6x7.6 feet, $28 9x12 feet, $75 and $77.50
A heavy, seamed quality in Oriental patterns.
27x54 inches, $4 6x9 feet, $24
36x72 inches, $7 8.3x10.6 feet, $32.50 and $37.50
4.6x6.6 feet, $12.50 9x12 feet, $37.60 and $42.50
- Seamless Velvet Rugs
Two good room sizes in fringed rugs in Oriental and
' Chinese patterns.
85x10.6 feet, $41.75 9x12 feet, $47
Skirts Are Showing
Much That Is New
A striking skirt of wool velour
in beautifully blended dark plaids
is $12.50. Made with a wide belt
nnd pocketi tiimmed with good
For young gills there is a plaid
sorgo skirt in n pleated model
that ripples prettily. In 25 to
30 inch wnistbands nnd 34 to 36
inch lengths. $6.
Beautiful black wool voile skirts,
many of them mado over lovely
striped or plaid silk linings, arc
very distinctive. There arc quite
a few models, but not more than
one or two of any one kind. Prices
are $12.60 to $21.
Women who haven't been wear
ing gloves all Summer are put
ting them on now that coats and
suits arc being worn. 2-clasp
wnshable white gloves of chamois
lisle have Paris point stitching on
the backs and arc 75c a pair.
With self or contiasting silk
embroidery on the backs, they are
Women's chamois lisle gloves in
gray, khaki and brown, with s,elf
cmbroidered backs, are $1 a pair.
Dark tan shoes show tho new
English too shapes that men are
liking this season. The soles are
welted. $5.40 a pair.
on medium-toe shapes are in blu-i
cher style with durable welted
soles. $5.40 a pair.
They are of American taf
feta which is sturdy black
cotton over strong paragon
frames, with plain or carved
Men's and women's everyday
umbiellas covered with Amer
lean taffeta are marked $1.25.
For women the handles are
furnished with silk loops; the
men's handles are plain and of
Good Corset Lines
$1.50 a Pair
Corsets distinctly for slight to
average figures have medium-low
bust lines and fiec hip space, but
are well boned throughout. The
1 white coutil is of good quality, as
are also the four hose supporters.
Snug Coats to Bundle Away
The lines are graceful; the
materials are of the best of their
kind and the coats arc in fashion
able models. Add to this the.
moderate prices nnd what more
could one want in coat value?
The burella coat that is
sketched is fully lined. The back
is gathered and the broad collar
is of fur fabric. Notice tho belt
and the deep inset pockets. It is
in burgundy, brown, navy blue
and black at $22.50.
Cheviot, in black, navy blue,
taupe, brown, burgundy or green
is beautifully tailored into coats
with belts, loomy pockets and
pleated backs with gathered
skirts. They are half lined with
fanciful silk and warmly Inter
lined. Heavy But Soft $25
The coat that is sketched is
made of soft wool coating in
shades of Oxford gray, green and
navy tyue. Notice the looso side
pockets and the collar which
fastens close under the chin.
Warm Velour $27.50
The pleated back with the skirt
gathered on, the large side pock
ets and the broad collar of fur
1 I t-4 '. ? "i Yi
I I "ii v',vi-W
u A I'aV-iA
I - i't Vim
fabric all enhance a coat of navy
blue, green, seal brown or taupe,
are here in n variety of styles,"
materials and colorings. $6 to
greets the return of Autumn with
new prettiness added to it.
Lovely pink satin, imitation filet
lace, net casings and ribbon
shoulder- straps are all in some
camisoles at $1. Camisoles with
semi-sleeves of lace aro $1.25;
while still advancing tides of
camisole loveliness are priced up
Linen Guest Towels
All-linen towels are not abun
dant now. Fully bleached towels
in a fine huck weave have hem
stitched ends. 15x22 inches at
50c and 60c each.
Some of the smartest veils
of the season arc the new bor
dered ones at $1.50. They are
in square nnd octagon meshes,
some plain, others figured, with
chiffon borders. In purple,
navy, black and brown.
Hundreds of Turkish
in plain white or with colored
borders are" hemmed at the
ends. They are the heavy,
absorbent kind. 25c, 30c, 40c
to 60c each.
Plenty of New
A plain-color crepe In blue,
pink, rose or lavender has unusual
sleeves and a squat e collar. $2.50.
Two styles of figured crepe
kimonos in many colors aro $4.50.
One has a rather high waist and '
is trimmed with satin. The other
is an extra-size one, also trimmed
An oddly figured crepe kimono
in many colors has unusual
sleeves and the neck trimmed with
bands of satin. $5. S
Spats With Pumps or Ties Mark
Women's Footsteps This Autumn
New pumps are made on
npwer. Inner. R?pnrli-" llnoa will.
turned soles and covered heels. Jh
Black calfskin pumps, asf'
sketched, are $4.75 a. pair. :t&f
Tan calfskin pumps are $4.90 ;
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Two New Models Added
to Women's Shoes
' at $4.90 a Pair
One is of black calfskin with
imitation straight tips and me
dium heels; the other is of brown
kidskin with plain tips and high,
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Several shades of
various fawn tones.
$1, $1.50 and $2.
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with high, curved heels are nil
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