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" ''-is . ''; EVENI&6 PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918 H 1 ' "( '! " 4 V$Srfr PV SHIPNEWS wnnivnEn and aassgdJ HELPS TO BUILD SHIPSJl iYctcritn Discharged as Unfit, Inil Still Aids in Struggle In oiio of the vrnrchoiiacs nt IIok lalarm work H. J. Smith. " fornir private of company H. lfilst Infantry, who foURht the Orinans until with aevtrnl wounds nnd 11 RanfliiR besides, he vim dlcharKcd from the army as unflt for fut titer xervlce. Smith was member of one of th fllit American leRlments landed In France. He was put to cnmoiill.tgltiB railroad tracks nnd heavy aitlllery In tho Toul sector. While dolns this his company was attacked by tho tier mans and he was shot In the lejr. They sent him to a bapc hospital nnd after he reunered sent him back to Ms company. In another Hunt shortly nftenvards he wn shot In the foot. thlch resulted In another period In tho hospltnl, Back to the front ho went nitaln as oon as dlschatged from the hospital and before Ions during an attack on Kctnmel Hill by tho Americans ho was nil-tick In the hip by a fragment of n hfgh explosive shell. Then came the third experience In the hospital and l foro this was oer he found hlm'.lf mlmix about tun Inches of bone, which had 'to bo temoved by tho surgeons. Then Smith was ordered ent linck to tho United States, but he convinced his mipcilors that ho had only started in flght nnd they gave him another chancH with his leglment, crippled though he was. Only n few weeKs later Smith got Into another fight with the Germans nnd losing his gas magic took one from ft dead Cerman. but whs unablo to put the thing on quickly enough to scapo tho chlcrlno fumes from the nemy lines. lie was overcome and nfter it lone stay In a hospital was Anally discharged from the army. LAUNCH DESTROYER TODAY ::... ..! ...! !:.,. r :.. t uiiiirii iiiii i iiv.ui; v,uii;iiiuii ill New York Yard, Canulcu The I'nlted States torpedobo.lt de stroyer Twiggs will bo launched ut the .N'cw York Shlpyaid, Camden, this niornliiR nt 9.30. The launching will be pthate, and only tho othclals and em ployes of the shipyard and the launching party will be present The sponsor will ho Mls l.lllle S. (etched, 1 132 Spruce street, liilladel PhliC a granddaughter of the late Major Levi Twiggs, an olllcer In the niailno corps, for whom the destroyer Is named, Tim Twlgg.s Is the third destroyer of a fleet launched at tho Xew York yard. The olhrr two were launched tho early part of the month, and two morn prob ably will be launched next week. Great Organ Plays at 10 and 4.25 At Noon Chimes of Nt. Caul's Cathedral, Trillion WANAMAKER'S DOWN STAIRS STORE WANAMAKER'S WEATHER Fair The Down Stairs Store Is Ready to Help You Save the Money To Subscribe Your Quota of the Fourth Liberty Loan These Coats Are Ready to Offer A Stiff Counter-Offensive to Winter They have the right stuff in them and aren't a bit afraid of Winter's bluster. Tho materials ore thick, the collars, whether of self-material, of plush or of fur, can be buttoned close under the chin and, in many instances, there is a warm interlining. A Soldierly Top-Coat It's of olivo drab wool, much like the military, and is thick and weather-resisting. Thcro is a deep in vcitcd pleat in the back, a belt and four patch pockets on the front. (Sketched.) $18.75. A Variety of Models at $25 One is of brown, taupe or Burgundy burclla with inverted pleats in tho back extending to the belt; tho collar is of fur-fabric and the coat is half lined. Another coat, of yelour in the same colorings, is box pleated, belted, half lined and is trimmed about the pockets nnd collar with fur-fabric. Kit coney collars arc used on several models in vclour and burclla at this price. The coats arc half or fully lined and generously pocketed. Vclour in Green, Brown and Navy is used for a coat with a broad collar of fur fabric and a half lining. The back is laid in small tucks and the front is gathered. 527,50. Coats With Fur Collars, $29.75 Snug coats of wool vclour in navy, Burgundy, brown and gtcen, have collars of scalene, kit coney or nutria. They are made in a number of different ways and are lined to the waist with plain or figured silk and interlined. A coat with both collar and pockets of funis SU.I.7.". (Market) GLOUCESTER LOOP FINISHED Trolley and Other Improvements Made for Men The new car loop around the main of- I flee hulldlnc of tho 1'usev & Jones Com-1 Piny, nt (Gloucester, will be In opera-' tlon Monday, the shlpworKeis there have been Informed. It whs put In by the public service department under the ilt lectlon .of tho Kmereency Fleet t'or poratlon, and means a lot to the em ployes who have to trolley to and fioni the plant eery day. I .notner (treat convenience to many Is .1 new hulldlnc to bo erected between the Knrafio nnd farmhouse for the transportation and public service depart ment. In this there will be lockers, etc., for the men. After the loop is put Into operation the men will, all leave the yard at the middle gate. Turn h tiles will be located near the transpor tation hulldlnir. The new trolley cars are expected boon. K.MI'1.0K.S of the Puey Jnn's tllouoe. ter plant who have use for roal the com. In vinler arri have not et laid It In will cH eome. comfort from (ousina Officer I' P. fjoncwcll by rimply statin? their needs (a him Special steps are about to be taken tu s-e that all the emploe of the company aei their winter coal, so step up earl), bes, unci mold shivering! DAN FACKKK. ef lh Putrj Junes mRln cfflre. Gloucester, has lost his check book, and although still holding on to his deposit book he would be greatlv relieved If somebody were to return the other 1111,1, ATKINSON-, nf the Puaay Jones Gloucester cost department. In hunting- for an automobile tire and rim that msterluu.y disappeared, and until he finds them hla car will take a vacation. Aicrnrn t. imssino. first editor of the liey & Jonea Shipbuilder, ranked flrat In n ciaas of seventv In the aviation school at Ithaca. K T. t.lasine was sludlna at Fenn when the war came anJ was editor of the university dally paper, lie edited the Shipbuilder only a few weeks, the call of hit country taking him anay among the llrst lOREMKN' in the Sun Shin Cnnipauv'a engine and holler shop at Chester hav already sold to their men nmre than s.Vinu worth of Liberty Honds, with the campaign not set under way, J, II. I.OI'dllKAX and others nt the ('neu ter &hfpard are working on an attractive. fitter to be painted on canvas anJ disuUyed n the bhlpyar.l to remind the men of their duty t" buy Liberty Honda und show what Vncle, Ham expects of that una jard lu the campaign. JACK THICK, ef the rusev I Jorea Olou tester machine shop, hes Sent to Hamilton. Ontario, for his wife and will soon be happy again. '. JACriKRV of TTieHuii Shin's mold loft. la burning a lot of midnight oil .ever plans I ivr hew sjull M iicqiiiiKii , ut MAXVi:l.t. J.VMKS. of the Hun Ship Com. ptny, haa Joined the naval leserves. HICK MKRRIOT. of the Sun mold tort has gone b&ck to Fenn Charter School tu 1 teach, j KKIS IIOIIII. of the Sun Company, Is I ntiiv after a motorbont tor fall sport on the ' Delaware and ia seriously thinking nf burs-1 tng hla canoe at the bottom of the river j for the winter to sa trouble. I JOHN MeFAIinhN, of the Information rir-1 .partment at Hoc Island, hurries home In (the evening now to take a peep at two bright , little blue eje.i that Just arrived at his home, Mao hates housework, but minding young 3!ac la different. EDWARD THARDO.V. of Hog Islanci Infor mation department, haa joined the colors at f'ort Slocuni. N, V. Joseph Verda, of ths loa Island watch, who has been urttng as orderly for Waior Sinclair, haa Joined the marines. He saw service In tha Nicaragua ctrapslgn and was wounded several times when the American forces took Vera. Crus, Tril.I.I.lAM J. LOAN, star catcher of the Hear laland ball team, haa resigned from the hull fabrication department and reported for duty with the United States naval reserves as second-class hutpltal apprentice. AN EMPLOY!', tan check his grip or his wallet either at the 13 street gate at Hog Island now They hae Just opened a booth there for that purpose and the mm are all Invited to make tha best use of It. J. D. ANDERSON, euperlntendent of the electrical department at Hog Island, haa besn appointed manager of shops there, which fives him charge of all shops except those In he air tool department. TIIRKK HliNIIKKU AND TAVKNTV-rOUR MEN have Joined the nlaht force for the 'lions organUed shout two weeks agu by Assistant Uenerat Manager J J Sullivan, '(INK IH'NOHKP AND hlXTl" - r'M'E I lalRLin at Itog isiaun nave rnierrij lor ins potato race and ion ards dssh st Hog Jultnci s track men tnia afternoon, nig rawd espeetsd. r' r ra'irll Y j J 1 Soft Striped Taffeta Waists at $3.75 Pretty and serviceable blouses of soft, lustrous taffeta in dark colorings Rt'eon, blue, brown and tho like striped in nay colors, .lust the blouses that women want for new suits. Simply-Made Crepe de Chine Blouses at 51.50 A blouse of flesh color or white crepe de chine has a tucked collar witlt the new square effect in front. Tuckinjr on the cuffs nnd hemstitching are the only other trimmings. Navy Blue (JeoiKclle Crepe at $5.75 A simple blouoc of navy O'cor jtcttc' crepe is new in tha Salon. It has a collar thnt can bo worn liiRh or low, is hemstitched and fastens with ball buttons. (Market) Finer Coats of ory soft velours, Bolivia?, pompoms, ivora and broadcloth arc beautifully lined and, though surprisingly light in weight, they arc as warm as can be. The col lars arc of cither self-material or fur. S:i0.75 to $1 15. Announcing the Opening , A Luggage Store Down Stairs Xear the elevators in the Market street sec tion of the Down Stairs Store has been assembled a most interesting collection of hand luggage, and it is gratifying to see what good and serviceable things are to be had at moderate prices. Handbags of leather, plain or grained, in black or tan, are $10.50 to $23.50. Of fabric, $3 to 510.50. Suitcases of leather aie $11.50 to $23.50; of fabric, $1.50 to $11.50. Matting Cases arc $3 to $6.50. Black Enamel Suitcases are remarkably good looking and will stand a lot of wear. A case of generous mzc with leather straps and corners, an inidc tray and a pretty figuicd lining is $5.50 and $C two sizes. Extra large cases which many people use for automobile trunks have leather bindings and straps and an inside tray and arc $9.50. Special Sole Leather Suitcases A little lot of splendid cases of tan leather with canvas linings; these are called factory "sec onds." but the cloudy places arc no more than would get on a case during its first journey. 21-inch size, $12. 26-inch size, $13. (Market) Washable Capeskin Gloves Are Best for Busy Women Freshening them is only the work of a few mo ments, and you have, to all jiftYpuMss, new gloves to carry on with. They arc of sufficient weight also to be comfortable throughout the Winter. Gray or tan gloves with plain stitched backs arc $1.75; with spcarpoint stitching they arc $2 a pair. The skins from which these gloves are made are of perfect quality, soft and pliable. SPECIAL Pearl White Washable Cape Gloves, 1.50 They arc outseam sewn and have black cm broitlercil backs. Usually a third more. (Central) Corsets Special at $1.50 Corsets for medium figuics have medium-low bust lines that arc quite full. The skirts are of good length, with four good hose supportors. The flexible willow bones arc an advantage. Sizes 21 to 2G arc in the group. (Central) All-Wool in Our , Boys' Suits means all-wool and not part cotton, or shoddy! When you buy a part-cotton suit for loss money you are making a bad bargain, for you arc sacrific ing service. Our hoys' suits are made for healthy boys, who are naturally not very careful of their clothes. .$11.25, $12.50, $13.50 and $15 ate the prices of good, sturdy, all-wool suits for boys of 7 years to 18. They ate made of cheviots and eassimeres in gray, brown or other dr.rk mix tures. Several styles arc made with militaiy backs, while others have plain backs. The suits have looso belts and arc in both single-breasted or double breustcd styles. t(.aller,v, Mnrkel) Winter Togs For Small Children Warm little coats are lined and interlined, so that you can rely on them to do ditty when the ther mometer runs quite low, as well as now when the days are only tinged with sharpness. In sizes to fit girls or boys of 2 years to G arc: Corduroy coats m brown, Co penhagen blue, tan and dark blue at $7.50 to $i:i.50; Ilhtc cheviot coats at $10.50. Gray chinchilla coats with black velvet collars at $8; And somo khaki-color wool coats for girls or bovs at $10.75 and $12. Tarns and hats start at $1.'J5 and go to $5.50. (Central) Black or White Silk Stockings for women ate $1.60 a pair. They ate of unusually good quality silk, with lisle tops; the knees arc double and the feet are re-en-forced for good wear. (Central) The Best Proof of the Quality of Wanamaker Clothing is the service it gives. Men who have worn a Wanamaker suit always come back when they need another. Such service can come only from honesty of workmanship and excellence of material. Every Wanamaker suit is made after our own directions and every suit is pure wool. If you .ire going to need a new suit in the near future, it is only fair to tell you that it is wholly unlikely that clothing: will bo any cheaper, and it may be more expensive. In fact, wo have had to pay advances on this season's re-orders. A suit bought now has a full season of wear and usefulness ahead of it. Prices start at $23.50 and go to $32.50. (Oallery. .Market) If You Can't Get Under a Helmet Get Under a New Hat There ate any number of styles of good soft hats nt $3. They are in shapes for young men or for older men all tho season's best and new est shnpes in brown and green and the other shades that men want. Other soft hats in good shapes arc $2.50. Derbies aie $3.50. (Caller), .Mnrket) Men Are Drawing on Their Gloves Tan washable capeskin gloves, outseam sewn, with spcarpoint or embroidered bucks, arc $2.25 a pair. Gray buckskin gloved with plain backs are wonderfully serviceable. With plain backs they are $2.00; with spcarpoint stitching, $3.50 a pair. For army men, some new khaki-colorwash-able capeskin gloves are outseam sewn and have spearpoint stitched backs, at $2.60 a pair. (Central) Good Madras Shirts That Are Special at $1.65 The madras is of a firmly woven and soft toxturo, with colored stripes or satin stripes. The cuffs arc all soft. Some of these hare been almost half again as much. Warm Dornet Nightshirts Not half bad these chilly nights when th furnace isn't running. They are cut comfort ably full and are in pink, blue or lavender stripes. $1.50. (Galler.r, Market) Half Hose, Special at 22c a Pair Black cotton hose, seamlets, with strongly re-enforced feet, in all sizes. Navy, gray and tan hose, seamless, in broken sizes, but all sizes in the lot. (Gallery, Market) MetVs Heavier-Weight Underwear Ribbed merino union suits in a medium weight, with long sleeves, are made ankle length. $2.60 the suit. (Oallerr. Market) Furs Fashionable, Though Inexpensive What so warm and so bewitchingly lovely as a soft fur scarf on a frosty day when eyes arc bright and cheeks like loses? Ti'iily, fur and feminine beauty compliment each other! Dyed taupe cat lynx scarfs arc $19.75 and $22.50. Hlack lynx scarfs arc $25 to $G5. Black fox scarfs are $25 and $27,50; gray fo, $25. Ikidson seal (muskrat) stoles arc $42.50; capes, $H2.50 and $30.75; throw tics, $29.75. Japanese badger scarfs are $20 and $24. Taupe South American fox scarfs are $32.50. Ilrown Sith American fox scarfs arc $35. Taupe and brown fox scarfs are $27.50. Black skunk fox scarfs arc $19.75. (Market) If You Realize How Truly Charming Women Look in Suits A Pretty Pink Envelope Chemise Special at 85c It is of soft pink nainsook trimmed with lace around the top and bottom nnd, in the front, a spray of colored hand embroidered flowers. (Centrnl) Taffeta Petticoats, $4.50 Of lustrous, good-quality taffeta in plain navv, black, light and dark green, taupe and rose and in many changeable hues. There is clastic through the top and the pretty ruffle is corded. (Central) you welcome the time of year when leaves turn color and the new suits pop nut! Consider the suit of wool poplin that, is sketched and picture it in navy blue, burgundy or taupe. It is pleated below the belt and the buttons and buckle with which it is trimmed aie quite smatt. $25. Also at $25 are suits of burella cloth and wool poplin for young women. These aie trimmed with braid, and some aie belted. Rather Dashingly Military is this new navy blue whipcord suit that is sketched on the left. Tho jacket is trimmed with braid in front and in the back as well, while loops and buttons also play their parts. It is handsomely lined with flowered silk "and is special at $35. Arrived in Time for Today is good news about two new suit models in silveitone and wool vclour. The novelty pockets and tho back of the jackets arc tiimmed with bone buttons. Both models are lined with lovely flowered silk. For colors, you can choose taupe, brown or burgundy. $39.75. For the Brisk Walks of Autumn among the fallen leaves, you will want a spoits suit. Such suits of tweed are in various models ut $29.75 and $32.50. Wool jersey sports suits in heather mixtures ate also practical for the older school girls. $35. (Market) Neckwear News Told in Georgette Crepe, Satin and Lace Many styles of new Georgette crcpa collars, hemstitched, tucked, hand - emlnoidercd or trimmed with fnnge and lace, at $1 to $1.75. Sets at $1.75. Imitation filet lace makes some pretty collars in round, roll or square shapes, somo combined with net, nt $1 to $3.25. Sets are SI to $2.50. Flesh color or wliitc gleaming satin forms somo delightful col lars in roll or Hat shapes at $1 to $1.75. (Central) Identification Card Holders, 25c Kvcry man must carry his teg istration card with him at all times, and a flat case like one of these will keep it from getting worn at the corners. The back is of smooth or plain leather and the front of transparent celluloid. (Ontrn'll Saturday Is Children's Day in the Shoe Store Now That School Has Begun Black calf skin shoes .in laco style on wide-toe shapes have welted soles in sizes 8Vi to 2 r.t $3.75 nnd $4.25 a pair. Black leather or patent leather shoes, in button style are $3, $3,50 and $4. a pair, according to size, in sizes 6 to 2. Black patent-leather shoes In button stylo are $1.75 and $2.25 in izcs 8',s to 2. A largo lot of children's shoes arc $1.50 a pair in sizes 2 to G, and $1.75 a pair in sizes 5 to 8, with wedge heels. They are of black kidskin, of hlack patent leather and of black kid or patent leather with white tops. Shoes for Girls Datk tan or black calfskin Rhoes on long, slender lasts, lnco high and have welted soles with low heels, in sizes 2Vs to 8 at $4.90 a pair. Shoes of black calfskin on Bensible widC-too shapes, lace quite high and have low heels, in sizes ZYt to 7 at $4.50 a pair. At $3 a pair; girls sho?s in sizes 214 to 6 ate made of black patent leather on good, widtoe shapes in button style. (Clisstnnt) Women, Too, Need New Shoes At $2.85 a pair, patent leather shoes with cloth or leather tops are in lace and button styles with welted soles and high heels. , At $4.90 a pair, women's shoes of neat black kidskin are in lace and button styles. Mang Styles at $5.40 a Pair Shoes of dark tan calfskin, or of black calfskin, are made on narrow-looking lasts with imitation wing tips, perfora tions, welted soles and medium heels. Others have .imitation straight tips with perforations nnd are finished with high, traight heels Charmingly New Ttlurk calf. skin shoes "te on new Au tumn lastsi!. nave ngnier tops of sonj .;.,' gray leatlK ,'w "J, C3Civ. W WeUV I tt M I M-. Vvi' ; fat Hw cr tha closely rc- s e m bles buckskin. They lace high, as you see m tnc sketch, and have welted soles with medium heels. $5.40 a pair. Much like them are the shoes of dark tan calfskin with lighter cloth lops. $5.40 a pair. Girls Need Coats These Brisker Days Tweed, wool vclour, mili tary cloth, velvet, plush, Imrellu, pompom and broad cloth are used in the newer coats, of which many are belted models and trench models. Prices begin at $13.50, 15 and go up to $53.50. The coat that is sketched will lit girls who wear 14 to 1(1 year sizes. It is made of matoon or green plush trimmed with fur fabric and is fully lined. $21.75. Coats for Girls of 7 Years to 9 are in many styles and ma terials and range in price front $8.50 to $19.75. Little girls who wear (5 year sizes will find a spe cial assortment of coats for them made of corduroy, nlush. wool vclour, silver- tone, serge and bioadcloth. $0.75 to $18.75. (Centrul) no E&mt Aro End to the Stream of Pretty Velvet Hats That Flows Into the Down Stairs Store It's a swift-flowing stream that brings new and lovely things every day. The hats are never twice the same, but are ever changing and ever new. For today there are literally Hundreds of Inexpensive Hats at $5 to $8.85 Most of them are of velvet in a goodly range of colors, including plenty of black and a dah of brightest red. Shapes are quite unusual and there is scarcely any fashionable trim ming that is not here burnt plumage, little velvet wreaths, ostrich, chenille embroidery and gaily hued facings. They are good, wear able and fashionable hats at prices which r no extravagance. (Market) Serge Skirts for Women and Young Women A new model in black serge is worthy of a story all its own. The skirt is rather plainly made with two inset pockets and a belt trimmed with buttons. A skirt that women will want for good service. Plaid serge skirts are $6 and $7.50. (Market) special ; What Good Frocks at Crepe Kimonos $1.85 Full kimonos, with long, flow ing sleeves and with collars that have hemstitched borders, arc in rose, lavender, light blue, pink and Copenhagen blue. All sizes are included, from 3G to 40, and the crepe is of good quality. (Central) SPECIAL Rugs, $2.75 Fresh, clean, hit -or -miss rugs woven of chenille or cur tain madras, which makes them extra soft to tho touch. The eoloiings arc lovely, including plenty of pietty blue, yellow, green and blown. Size 30x60 inches. (Chestnut) $15 and $16.50! Thcv are all attractive new frocks, too, of the ever serviceable serge, lustrous satin, crepo de chine, wool jersey, Georgette crepe and the like. At C1 Serge frocks in navy blue and black To rnado in good styles, some with collars of - satin ana trimmed wun Duuons. Satin frocks in navy or Copenhagen blue or black made with pleated oversktrts and topped with white satin collars antl cuffs. Crepe de chine frocks made on loose lines with norgette crepe collars. In navy, black nnd plum color. At $16.50 A navy blue and black serge frock is made with a black satin collar and tieto A satin frock made with a surryc bodice is trimmed with fringe. Five Hundred Attractive S! priced at $lPi:-aMl75 and $22.75 are made in many, w Y7tisHl LTaVek U icrseys are in various gooa tiyic, come oraiaea, embroidered with wool or in plain tailored models. $25 nnd $27.50. (Market) ' m " SM- ,. : k$ ,vl ir a --ui 'Si n ,. h ' 13 - "4 v. ) ; ) t u : 'I ,v $ ( I ' i. . , - ;f) y. - , s " til 3JJ 't; ' '-.i s j'. . ' W f . ? Al .'! "itva fT, ia- V . M , ft . tit u A mttKCH at Hoa Island nnw icuses wll be. eut of data with the iaaasfl Vll V V - 1 ; v - i - VrtfcfiJ ,... a M. w ViVJ i! ,. - .