Newspaper Page Text
388 CASUALTIES ON 3
U. S. LISTS; 282 KILLED
i J .
Pershing Loses 239 Men in Battle and Marine Corps Six.
47 Die From Wounds, 26 Are Wounded
and 32 Taken Prisoner
Washington, Sept. 26.
Army and marine casualty Mats an
nounced by the War Department today
and an army report given out last night
contain a total of 388 names, of which
S83 are listed as killed In action.
On the army list today there are 168
names, divided as follows: Killed In no
tion, 119; missing In action, 10; wound
ed severely, 10 i died from wounds. 18;
Wunded, degree undetermined, 1.
Sixty-six marine corps casualties in
clude: Killed In action, 41; died from
wounds, 11; wounded severely, 6; miss
ing In action, 6.
The army list given out last ntght had
1C4 names, divided as follows: Kilted
In action, 120; missing In action, 18;
Wounded severely, 9 ; died from wounds,
18 ; prisoner, 1.
The nummary of the army casualties
to date follows:
Killed In action 6,363
Lost-at sea 291
Pled of woundr 2,081
Died of accident and other causes 88S
Died of disease 1,834
Total deaths 11,454
Missing, Including prisoners 4,918
Grand total 34.450
T5eaths 39 1018
Wounded 65 1952
Missing.... 1 174
In hands of enemy 15
Totals 105 3157
Orand total 3262
Today's lists follow:
' KILLKD IN ACTION"
MATTHKW3. MU.TON A., nti-hburir, Jlsss.
MOSErVBY. JAMES A., 58 Dotnl.ls road,
(lien Rid-. N. J.
BOSSIE. DENNIS J.. Nhua. N. IT.
BKNON. CJIAni.ES E., Union Course, tang
Inland. N. T.
KERR. OEOItOE 8., 69 K. Park street, East
Oranice, N. J. -
OTIOYI.B. TIKWAS J., Columhus. O.
8UM.TVAN, STANLEY FRANCIS, Chicago.
BtiANTIN. EriNEST. Oaylordsvltle, Conn.
LAFFERTY, KARL. Morrnn Hill. Eoston,
McLAUOIIMN, WILLIAM B., New York.
ANDREWS. DUD, Elba. Ala.
HOOTH. JOHN J.. Brooklyn..
ELLIOTT. CLARENCE SI.. Ft. Dodie. la.
I FLOWERS. TIERCE II., Coin. la.
HILTIRRANT. CARIi I... Buena Vlta. O.
MUNREY, WILLIAM F.. LoRan. W. Va.
BNYDER. CHARLES A., Canandalsua. N. Y.
BARTO. TOM F.. BelllnBham. Wash.
CRONIN, JOHN A., Jr., Mount Vernon,
CHOWDER. WILBER. Birmingham. Ala.
ETErilENSON, MAUnlCE. Red Oak. la.
HODOEftS, TATRICK J., Benwood. W. Va.
, BPARKS. EDO W Headrlck. Okla.
BOLLHOEFER, ALFRED F., Jamaica.
COMMANDER. THOMAS D.. Hartford. Ala.
COOrERMAN. NATHAN C, 7834 Dartram
COWELL. BA7.Hi E.. Mnravla, la.
CROAN. GEORGE. Brooklyn.
CUMMINO. CECIL. C Hnlv. In.
CU8ATO, LOUI8. 69 Jefferson atrert. tlo-
CUSHMAN. CLYDE M Council Wuffs. la.
DEVER. ANDREW, A-hlll Sound, Ireland.
FORD. PIltLlP. New Yorll
FOUNTAIN, ROGER GLENN, Broken Bow,
OABRIELSON, JOHN A., Medicine Hat.
HOFFMAN. ELMER A.. Clarlnda. I.
HOLLISTER. LOREN O.. Mapleton. la.
HOUSKA. JAMES. Huron." S. D.
HUDSON. CHARLE8 M.. Clarlnda, la.
HURST. WILLIAM R., New York.
HYATT, I'ERCY D., Andover. O.
INOLE. HENRY. Toundlnir Mill. Va.
JOHNSON, VONLEY, Wllllamaport, O.
JONES. JAMES M., Ladoga. Ind.
KASHON. TONEY E.. Roacdale. Ind.
KEITlO JAMER V.. Omaha, Neb.
KUEDER, ADAM. M7 North Bower
atreet. Shenandoah, Pa.
LAMBERT. ALBERT. Mill Creek, W. Va.
NERONI, FRANK. Turano Muoto, Proilnce
Dl Teranl. Abbruzzl, Italy.
NORRI8. OSCAn E., Troy, Ala.
NORUTAVICE. WALTER. Oslesby, III.
OLIVER. JAMES M.. Orchard Hill, Ga.
OSTENDORF, HENRY N., Edwardsvllle,
RIHtltLEB, cnARI.ES C. leeapert. Pa.
KtinS. NED IL. Wlnteraet. la.
BCARICAMAZZA, GUISErPE. Terame Ab-
6CHL1E. WILLIE. Denlaon. la.
8CHUI.TZ, OEOROK I-., Bethlehem, Pa.
SNODGRA8S. JOHN E.. Wilmington, O.
8PENCE, miUAM H.. Peach Bottom,
Lancaster Coantr. Pa.
BTAVRAKI8, 8TEFFIN, San Francisco.
ABRAHAM. GOTTFRIED, S17 Eighth
atreet. Bearer Falls. Pa.
ARBUCKI.E. WALTER. 8eymour, Ind.
ARNDT. ERIC II.. noyalton. Wis
A8HPAUGII, LOFUN LAMOIN, Laketon.
ATCHINSON, WIK.IAM F., Thomasvllle.
t- . .
DROPS OF MAGIC!
CORNS LIFT OUT
So simple! Drop a little
ir.L..... 4....1... .
ijricciunc uu t iuuiuy iuni,
instantly that corn stops hurt
I ins, then you lift it off with
the fingers. No pain I Try it.
A few cent buys a tiny bottle
of Freeiont, at any drug: stdre.
This is sufficient to rid your feet
of every hard corn, soft corn, or
com between the toei, also all
calluses, and without the slightest
soreness or irritation. It doesn't
hurt at all 1 Freezone is the much
talked of, magic ether discovery
of the Cincinnati genius. So easy.
Yair dfsgglit ats Fresione.
Hwu Wtl C., Claclaaul, O.
nOROFSKIE. ROMAN. 16 South Bridge
atreet. Kienandeah, Ta,
BOTTS. OEOROB K., .ChurchvUle. N. Y.
DOYDON. BUIE W Monangah. W. Va.
BRADLEY, WILLIAM E.. Abbeville. Ala.
nRAMMEL. WILLIAM Z., Alexandria, Ind.
CAMPBELL. MARION R.. Orant, la.
CAPLINOER. CHARLES W., Camby. Ind.
CARVER, JAMES ROBERT, Edmond, W.
COURTS. HOWARD. Ripley. O.
CULLOM, OEOROB T..Lilnton. Mo.
DEMP8EY. BRUNO 8., Chicago.
EKELMANN. FRED. Cleveland.
ELLIOT. HOWARD, Wllmct, III.
FI.IPPO. JOHN E Corona. Ala.
OALTIERI, FRANCISCO. Syracuse, N. Y.
(IOFF, I.EON rOPEDORE, 707. Liberty BTe-
nnAHAM. CYRIL A.. Knox City, Mo.
GRAHAM. FLOYD. Hardenburg. N. Y.
GRAVES, GEORGE E.. Ilairlhurst, Miss.
HAML1TZEL. JACOR. Jr.. Eustls, Neb.
KINNEY. ARINGTON W1NFIELD, Blng.
hamlon, N. Y.
LAMPHERE. FRED J.. Whltetboro. N. T.
LANDUA. RAYMOND A.. Medford, Wis.
LANE. JOHN B., New York.
LANNINO, L1NDSEY. Bculah. Mo.
LARKOW8KI, TED. Dannebrog. Nb.
I.AZAR. MAURICE. South Main street,
MCDONALD. JAMES D., OalnsUlle. Fla.
MH.t.Elt. FRANK, Drnport, la.
MILLER, WILLIAM C, Ellington, Conn.
moore. Kenneth e., nionmn.M. ta.
MOORE. MILLARD M.. Sandukv. O.
MURRAY. JOSEPH NATHANIEL. Black-
vllle. 8. t
M1T.RS, AMOS ANDREW .ACKON. 150V4
Chamber nenne, Jeannette, Pa.
O'BRIEN. FRANK M.. Fargo. N. D.
PAIN, EARL It., Tcquoneck. Conn.
SAMUEL. JAMES REUDEN. Woodford.
Carolina County. Va.
SANTORE. JAMES. Brooklyn.
SIIAEFFER. HAROLD. Storm Lak. la.
SHEARER. DURGET I.., Ocneseo, III.
SHEETS. LIX)YD. Sunbury, O.
SHEETS. WILLIAM 1... Ludox. N. C.
SHEPARD, MARION R., Hamilton. O.
SHEPARD. WILLIAM W.. t'arncRlc. Okla.
STRAMBAUair. RAT.rH. Falls Church. Va.
8TUCHELI,. NORMAN DAVID, 103 Rofk-
land 'avenne, Bradford, Pa.
SUESS. LOUIS, Oshkosh. Wla.
SUITER. FERRAI. N.. Sutherland. Va.
SEAMAN. JULIUS. 327 South Cheater street.
SEEKFORD. WILLIAM AMOS, Stanley, Va.
SMITH. JAME8 E., Jefferson. la.
SOUTH. HOWARD, Massena. la.
WHETSTONE. JOHN W Patton'burs. Mo.
DIED FROM WOUNDS
CHATFIELD, CLARENCE S., Cable. O.
CONTINI, TETER. Tula. Sassirl. Italy.
PARKER, HOWARD E., 117 North Frank
lin street, Philadelphia, Pa.
LEVY, JOHN, Rrooklyn.
rOI.ITO. JOSEPH. 8112 Grays nrrnue,
RtCHARDSON. JOHN F.. Parsons. Kan.
SNIPES. TOLBERT JOSEPH. Kennftt. Mo.
HTRIBI.INO. FURMAN D., Columbia. S. C.
OILLEN. FRANK. Fort Rltner. Ind.
HEAKTTER. HARRY 4.. Relnerton, P.
KELLER. CARL RAYMOND. Connersvllle.
LEVIN. BERNARD Brooklyn.
LOE.HEK, ALEXANDER, East Orange, N. J.
MARCELLE, JOHN II., Cecil, Pa.
SOMMERLA, EMILE. I,iarimarth Kan.
HPOONER, JOHN C. Sherman Mills. Me.
STEWART. VKLPO M.. Brookvllle, Fla.
STROVINSKI. WILLIAM, Bridgeport. Conn.
nOYI.E, JOHN J.. 461 Flowers avenue,
HELWEG. EDD. Beltrami. Minn.
HOLL. RAYMOND J.. Forest Lake. Minn.
HUMPHRY, ItOllURT F., Alexander City,
HATAKOWSKI, CZISTON, 80 Main street,
KENNEDY, FRANK II.. Seattle. Wash.
MOAK. FOREST G.. Hurley. Miss.
ROBERTSON, DAVID I... Republic. Wash.
WOOD. ERNEST C. Ilnrtvllle, Mo.
WESSLING, DELL. Big Rapids. Mich
WOUNDED IN ACTION (DEGREE UNDE
TERMINED) , Private
ROBISON, ROY, Birmingham, Mich.
MISSING IN ACTION
KEKCII, ALBERTE E., 645 Kdgnr street,
KOCIIICH, RUSSELL I., Iincastcr, O.
HVSHING POTLIO MDER-EHIlJAlBiiBHlA, THUKJpAYjSEPTEMBER 26, 1918 j
DAVI8, HAnhT, Bellows Falls, Vt.
DILMORE, DORN D Elmlra, N. Y.
DUnFEE, EARL. Parkin, Ark.
HIATT. ALBERT I... Claryvllle, Mo.
HOWARD, EDWARD. Swanton, O.
MOSSER. FLOYD E., Portland, Mich,
rATTENDEN. HENRY J., Hartford, Conn,
TOIA, JAMES, New York.
KILLED IN ACTION
ROWNESS, HARRY, Montrose. Trlnce Ed.
ward Islr.nd. Can
JOHNSON. RORERT D . Fort Thomas. Ky.
RICHARDSON. CHARLES S.. Urbanna,
BARTELT. ALBERT 12.. Slttlln. Wis
KAIIL, WILLIAM F 412 West James
street, Lancaster, ra,
LAW. DOUOLAS K Cecilia. Ky.
MERCER, GORDON McC Demopolls. Ala,
ADAMS. JOHN R., Salulevllle, O.
BELCHER. BERT, Rochester, N. Y.
BELTMAN, HAROLD W., Tower City,
BEItOEn, WALTER H.. Madeira, O.
noETTCHER, CHARLES II . Cincinnati.
RRANTLET, DUDLEY B., Middlesex, N. C.
CLINGAN, DARREL D., Willow Springs.
CRONENBERG. ALBERT I. , New Orleans,
DEYON. JOSEPH R.. Toulumnic ("si
ERICKRON. ERNEST A., Bcldfnvlllo, Wis.
FARLEY, FLETCHER I... Bancroft. Neb.
GARRETT. WILLIAM M.. Edith. Tcnn.
HALVORSEN. HENRY O.. Chlcngo.
HARPER. WILLIAM R., Harrlsburg. Ill
JOHNSON. CONRAD Ii., Msylllc, N. D.
1CVNSERSKE. OTTO, Cleveland
JOHNSON. GEORGE C, Muskegon. Mich.
JOHNSON. MANUEL. St. Louis. Mo
KE1IOE. WILLIAM J.. Spokane. Wash.
ICELLEY. CHARLES L.. Everett. Wash.
KOTAI.IK. (IEOROK P.. 05 East Liberty
slrect. Ashler. Pa.
MAHREK. WILLIAM J.. 400 Ashdnle street,
MESPLAY. VICTOR E., St. Louis.
MILLER, LAWRENCE It., riaquemlne. La.
MILLER. MILTON O., St. Louis.
MOORE. OllLIE E Cleveland.
MULL1NS, LESTER W.. Tagosa Springs.
Mt'XSEL, RAI.rH n.. Spokane. Wash.
OWRNS. JAMES E.. Bennett. Col.
PAGE. TERCY S., Clark, Ky.
TOMEROY, ALBERT S.. Toledo. O.
PROlrnllT, FRANCIS, Chicago.
Oim.TER. JAMES J. W.T Chicago.
SUITER. CHARLES E., Natchez. Miss.
TUCKER, FRANK, Milwaukee, Wis
WELCH, MARTIN L.,' Gloucester. Masj.
DIED OF WOUNDS
riAvpnnn rmvtM. Quaker City. O.
SUTHERLAND, GEORGE (No addres given)
WAUGAMAN, LEWIS, Box 1240, Wnodlnnn,
uroicr vounir, in.
BAUDE. CARL F., Ixjulsvllle, Ky.
CUTTINO. BENJAMIN G.. Glasgow. Mont.
KUNKEL. WILLIAM R.. Lone Fountain. ,
MAZERUEUW, RICHARD, Grand Rapids.
MnNTGOMF.nY. JOHN. Chelsea. Oa
QUALLS. OIIVAL C, Davidson. Okla.
SPAKE. JACOB W DallKS, rex
VON GLAHN, HERMAN II., Brooklyn.
WOUNDED IN ACTION (SEVERELY)
BUNN.' FREDERICK J.. Groveport. O.
BUTLER. PAUL A.. Butler. Tenn.
HELTON. DON C. Boyles, Ala.
JONES. OSCAR L . Unlonvllle, Mo.
Mt'QUATEIt, NORMAN E.. Birmingham,
ROUSSEY. FRED W Dnrllngton. Md.
MISSING I.N ACTION
CHALK. FRANK II.. Wichita, Kan.
COX. RICHARD W St. Louis.
HARTLEY. EDWIN C Caldwell. O.
NOBLE. WALTER R.. Cle eland.
One nf these famous plasters will g
stop the pain and remove the sore- 2
ness almost lnstantls-. In a few yi
hours sax can rub tho corn riant jig
off. No nclds to burn end Btaln J28f
jusi a mm.- iinen.naciceu piaster
that fits tight and smooth and
comfortable, protecting the sensl
the flesh from further Irritation
una Keeping IL Clean.
Sold bv drug stares everywhere
for the past 10 years. Ilv mall
If vou prefer, on receipt of 2n
or 10c. Wlnthron Sales Co., 110
West 32nd St., New York.
The A.E.F. to the
lewiz fori Ssiftifc
Fourth Liberty Loan
INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
.Incorporated under tha bws of tha Stat of New Jersey
FORREST F. DRYDEW, PraUeat
HOMB OFFICB NEWARK, NEW JHRSBY
Branch Office ta AH Letfia Citica m tha United States and Canada
RALSTON. LAWnENCB T., Whesllng, Mo.
WELLS. EVEN r., Bonne Terre, Mo.
The following cabled correction to tHe
current casualty list was announced to
KILLED IN ACTION (PREVIOUSLY RE
PORTED MISSING IN ACTION)
CARSARD, DANIEL W.. Grand Itarlds,
STEVENS. JOHN II . Albion, N. Y.
BOND, RUEL M, Conallls. Ore.
EUBANKS. WILLIE II.. Charllevllle. tTn.
HEATHCOTE, JOS. A.. 1333 Ttharton
street. Phtlarielphlii, Pa.
DIED OF WOUNDS (PREVIOUSLY RE
PORTED MISSING IN ACTION)
NORTON, FRED W., Columbus. O.,,
WOUNDED (PHEVIOUHI.Y REPORTED
.MISSING IN ACTION)
ARCHER. EVERETT. Akron, O.
BRAZLE. CLESSIE C, I.akewood, 111.
BRENNAN. THOS . Rochester. N. Y.
UURK, WILLIE J , Burr. W. Va.
COOK. ELMER. Christopher. Ill
FLYNN. ARTHUR S., New Albany, Ind.
HARMON, JOHN A., Terra Haute. Ind,
HORAKER. FRANK E., Hockley. W Va.
LASKOWSKI, FRANK I... Jr., Chicago.
LYNCH. THOS. R.. Astoria. N Y
MOREY. FRANK J . Uroikton. Mass.
O'DONNELL. THOS. W., Wntnego, Knn.
OWSIANY, OASMIIl, Chicago
PAGE. HARLEY W Koleen, Ind
UOlin. JOHN, Ppanwny. Wash
RUTAN, JAMR8 A., Hochester. N. Y
WALLS, CLYDE (I., Ijiwsonham, Pa.
WILLSON, HERMAN, Stuyvesant Falls,
SICK IN HOSPITAL (PREVIOUSLY RE
PORTED .MISSING IN ACTION)
MELAWSKY. SAMUEL, Chicago.
TUIICO. ANTONIA. Campobassn, Italy
WOODWARD, JESSE V , Fort Smith, Ark
ZEIGLER, ROLAND S . Longlcw, Tex.
RETURNED TO MILITARY CONTROL
(PREVIOUSLY REPORTED MISSING
MATTHEWS. WM. II , Kipling, N. C.
12 NEW DIVISIONS SOON
Appointment of Commanders to
Be Made Quickly
Washington, Sept. 26. General staff
oftlccra havo been nssltmed to duty with
twelve of the new divisions recently
authorized by the War Department. The
DALSIMER STANDARD SHOES-
College and School Shoes
Specialized for Boys and Young Men
Dalsimer's have always devoted especial atten
tion to the selection of boys' shoes, and invite
attention to assortments that for completeness,
correction and values rank second to none.
'Tis a Feat
aBBBBBBBBBT IT VVlBBBBBBBBB
T vf whyjm 'arm-
divisions are tha Ninth to Twentieth,"
This wan taken as an indication that
the organization of these new units had
proceeded to tho point where tho ap
pointment, of their commanders coon
might ho expected.
Tho names of the forty-elsht briga
diers will ho Included In a new list
which Is expected to be reported to the
Senate during, tna current ween.
TO GATHER STATE'S WAR DATA
Historical Commission Committee
to Organize October 5
Plans for the organization of a col
lection of historical data relative to
Pennsylvania's part In the great war
will be acted upon finally at a meeting
to be held In this city October 5 by the
historical committee of the Stato His
Senator Sproul chairman of the com
mittee, will preside and will name the
commltteo to handle various branches.
The subcommittee In chnrso Is composed
of Stato Librarian Thomas i. Mont
gomery, John W Jordan, Philadelphia,
and II. M. M. Ttlchards. Lebanon.
The subcommittee has been outlining
a romprehonsli. scheme for the work,
and It Is Intended to Include not onlv
the fighting men from tho State, but
those engaged In war work nf nil klnrla.
Including county organizations, the rted
Cross and similar bodies.
Cheese Souffle t
IT can be feathery
and at the same
time substantial if
you use plenty of
that rich, meaty
sauce that tastes like
Dark shade tans and gun
metal calf built for service with
style and fit.
3.SO to 7
Sizes 1 to 6, A to E
BOY SCOUT SHOES
A Real Boy's Shoe
to Fit Feet
the country over
Let them take
DOWM STAIRS STORE
Sept. 26, 19,18
Two Glove Specials
. At $1.25
Women's washable capeskin gloves in a
soft, pearl-white shade, are outsewn seam and
have one-clasp and sclf-stitching on the backs.
Black or white French lambskin gloves have
self-stitching or one-row embroidery on the
backs in contrasting shades; two clasps at the
There are all sizes in each style, and the
regular price would be about a third more.
( y I v if i
v i V- ' LT
A? If VT
That is what little boys and girls of 2 years to 6
resemble when they are warmly attired in brushed
These are in a warm shade of tan, in snowy white
and in an attractive salmon. Little sweaters button
down the front and have collars and belts. The
toques have pom poms on them and the trouser
leggings arc plenty long enough and tic about the
waist. Of course, the mittens have cords to go about
the neck and so hold them on fast.
The four-piece outfit, all complete, is $7.50.
Coats to Delight
and warm your blood are made of vclour so
soft that you want to stroke it, and in colors to
suit the sparkling Autumn air: rich brown,
warm burgundy and taupe. A belted model is
particularly appealing at this time with its
broad collar inlaid with fur-fabric. $25.
Buttoning Snugly at the
a coat of burella is satisfying in other details,
as well, for cold-weather wear. It is belted in
back and gathered on the sides, which are
finished with novelty pockets. The colors are
green, burgundy, black and navy blue which
makes a good choice. $25.
Two Styles With Fur Collars
Both in Velour at $29.75
One is in burgundy, navy blue or brown,
with a box-pleated back gathered below the
waist line. The coat is half-lined and has a
collar of kit-coney.
The other is in green, navy blue, brown or
burgundy, with a wide, tucked belt, and has a
collar of nutria.
A Gray Skirt With a
Fleck of Blue
is an interesting newcomer to the Downstairs Skirt
Store. It is cut on simple, tailored lines, belted and
gathered across the back, with satchel pockets at
the sides. It is an excellent skirt for business women
who want real wear from their clothes. $8.75.
Another skirt that will give unfailing service
through the Winter is an all-wool poplin in navy
blue or black. It has a deep girdle and patch pockets
and is gathered around the waist. $12.50.
You've Probably Never Seen a
Skirt Like This One
of a good quality all-wool gabardine with narrow
stripes of light stitchcry used to trace the yoke. The
pockets are formed of long, fringed strips that are
quite out of the ordinary. $16.50.
Pumps and Spats Proclaim
Autumn weather is cool around the ankles, so women go in for spats with their
Ivory Cream White Chamois Champagne Black
and shades of fawn and gray are all here to choose your spats from! $1, $1.50 and
$2 a pair.
Pumps in Various Leathers
all show the graceful, slender
skin pumps are $4.75 a pair;
I J V A I J 1
good - looking suit that is sketched is
made of softly woven hop-sacking in plum,
green, navy blue or lighter blue. The deep
center pleat in the jacket and the rows of
buttons arc quite jaunty and attractive. It
is well lined throughout to do duty even on
cold days. ?25.
Clean-Cut Lines in Two
Models at $29.75
One is of finely twilled serge in navy blue.
The jacket is made on Norfolk lines with a
generous use of buttons. It is lined with
soft gray satin.
The other in poplin shows light brown,
green or navy blue. The belt has a neat
strap cITcct with pleats and rows of buttons
below it. The lining is of attractive colored
A New Use of the Norfolk
Lustrous broadcloth suits in shades of
blue, brown or black have new Norfolk lilies
about the jackets. Rows of buttons are at
tractively placed and the suits are lined
with colorful silk. $35.
you will find that
-.. v ........ ..".
aies wim Diue
Most of the newest
ones are of serge or
of satin made in many
are navy and black,
mostly, made with
collarless round necks
or with white satin
collars. Their trim
mings consist of
fringe, rows of pretty
buttons, pretty girdles
and the like. One
are also in navy and
black, some of them
collarless. Many are
made with overskirts,
or accordion - pleated
skirts and many have
attractive braiding or
rows of buttons to
lines combined with turned soles and high, covered heels. Black calf-- !
black patent leather, $4.90 a pair, and tan calfskin, $4.90 a pair. '.'!
The New High Footwear
for women is all made on the new lasts with
long, slender lines. Shoes are cut high and
lace. Heels are high, medium or low. Dark
tan calfskin, black calfskin, brown kidskin,
black kidskin, soft gray leather these are
all used with good, results. Some shoes have
cloth or soft leather tops. Prices range from
$4.90 a pair to $5.90. (
- i .- ' m
i ii? !., '-'J
Good School Stockings
for Little Girls
Black, ribbed cotton stockings of a durable,
sturdy grade have re-enforced feet Sizes 6 ta
9. 35c a pair or 3 pairs for $1.
Heavy stockings for active boys are of ribbed
black cotton strongly re-enforced to withstand hsrd
Sizes 4 to 6, 40c a pair.
Sizes 6& to 7, 45c a pair. ,
Sizes 8 to 9 V4, 50c a pair.
Sizes 10 to 11, 55c a pair.
In a charming little
salon, quite to itself, there
is an excellent showing of
black millinery suitable
for women in mourning.
The hats are in excellent
taste and show many in
teresting new points. The
prices start at $6.
Sheer linen handkerchiefs have
colored centers or colored borders
in blue, green, pink or laveader.
There are many unusual things
some with tiny checked or striped
borders. 25c each.
Regulation Frocks and
Middies for Youngsters
They're the most sensible and comfortable,
clothes that a girl can wear to school. They will
stand all sorts of hard wear and many washings
and still come up smiling.
Six Styles in High School
These are especially srood for B-vmnaaium war
the materials arn trnrnt. tti. iviasslV
mings well stitched and there is a roominess of cut Jf
tlinf mnnne mim Mmfn.f A It-...!.'. .!JJt fs f
w..vv. mi-Willie IIIIUUICB; mtQ
cotton collars and cuffs or with Hi
nel collars and cuffs. Sizes 14 to 20 years, at
$1.50, $1.75, $2 and $2.25.
A regulation dress of white jean is pleated
from a shoulder yoke and loosely belted. The collar
and cuffs are of blue with white braid, and the
proper emblems are on the sleeves. Sizes 6 to 14
years, at $3.75.
Such a dress in all-wool navy serge is $13.50.
Xnmhof -vf . A
Autumn Frocks at $25
v ) i h
I 3V. ?
" i mm
j v - -v,