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21 FELL IN BATTLE
Eleven Others Succumbed to
Wounds, 6 Killed by Dis
ease Hud's ly Accident
1 Tlio caiuaUlcs reported by Cienernl
TVishlnfr todny nnd 1apt nl(?lit number
B13, Twenly-onc lieroC3 ot tlie American
nxpedltlonnry Force vvrro Killed In
battle, wjil'le 11 others died of their
j" wounds. I'p-to-tlntc tlio nRRrrRate of
casualties of all ports, ns oulclally listed,
N r.9,.117, this (iKitro Including 3861 In
-a-ithc marine corps.
Killed In action . . . v
Died of wounds . .-.
Wed of accident and other causes
Died of disease ...'....'.
Wounded , .
Missing,. including prisoners ....
Total .Tib B13
Todav's Il5hi.liieluclei the follow In
from 'Pennsvlvnrjn, News Jersey, Dela
ware nnd Mnr.vluml:
, Killed In rtlnn
rmyATIJ MomI r. ItainFct, CarneRle,
Mnnmlcil Srtrrrlr In Artlon
PIHVATK Krnrn P. nomusks, I.alrobe
tloiimlril (l)rcrcr I'nilHrrmlnedl
T.IUtn-KNANT -- Phllln M. lMrl'V. J"t
snttOKANTS Henrv It. Hotmail. Jr.. 'Jill
Vrmlir Btn-rt, Vhlliulrlnliln; Wllllnm J.
Hrcnnnn, lrtin rtltncr utreet. Phl'mlHiihlii;
.lolin j:. CoitK-v. Ori'CTiKliiirB. Pnj,i,linrL."
!.nwo. hilt Broomnll nxpime. Phlladelphlii:
IVkltnP II 1n1lnlr "tall Vnrth l! RtTOet.
J'hllailetnhlB: Jobn iMnnril Itclvnwltz, 830J
"Wnllnf Htrret. Phtl utrlpWa.
COnl'ORAI.H Allirrt O. llnnc Wa
tnn. Tn . l-llfrnril llrnuti. Altnmin. In
i-mh l"nut. I.nMon, Pa : Thomta .0. (Ireon,
.Mtoonat TlinmT) I. Kclli-. 1114 rninn street,
l'hltmldpiiln: snmud Mntlach, OlnuroMcr.
X. .T- IMmrlea AV. Tc(. Jr.. AltonnR. Pa.:
OcorK Palmer, .tot Monro t rent. Philadel
phia- Harrison Smltli. r.nRt rrmiom. i-a
Meads A., Tannelilll. Wcollilnle. Pa.: John (1.
yelnmann. L'737 North i:iccnth street. Phil
Mnriuvirs - Walter fiction. It imey.
: I' : Charles i.- i;hr.n. Altnona. ii.
PIHVATIM -itArnl'l P. Ailam I.ineelnth,
Pa.: Paul M. Afrhhurn, Altoouu, Pa.:.!ohn 1..
Kethnni. II"" Sh-jnk itp-H. Phll.ulelplil.i;
.tmnen P. ltnvop. f'lirtiMii Point. N. I ! W II-
ford IJ. Urine, Latrohe. Pa.: tlottfrled llroth-
-rson. Krle, Pi.; Ton Onptlrtl. .iiJ Chris
tian street, PhllidelT'hla: lleorKe J. Cokl,
riierflo street rrar. Philadelphia: Walter O.
t'olllna. ."."II nat Houston street. Phladel-
phla: Joseph -A, CnnnHt. Jersev Cltv. X. J :
Iltlrlrv ConiiiT. Jnhnntnun. Pa.: Harry AV.
Cross. Sharon. Pa.: .Tamea.IJ. Oerker. Juni
ata-. IM.: I.awrento II t-lrlm, voodrurr, T'a.
Ira I), tlunsalhis, Altoona, Pa.: Jotlah 1
Heiller. Somerset. Pa.; (.'harles C James.
2in Pulst aeniie, Philadelphia: Xlajhrry
a. Oakea. niddteslinrB. Pa.: WlllUni J. Phil
lips. Johnstown. Pa.; Josenn Pollcastro, Al
toorw. Pa.: Thomaa J. 'Peullott. Palimra.
X, J,: Jflmri A. Powers, Jeannette, Pa :
Veto Pupiio. 'Slnniokln. Vi i Thomas w.
Hidadale, (JreensburK, Pa.: John H. Itoselll,
18?7 Tasker striet. Philadelphia: John
Nrhwoer, ."I V. tst School 1 tne, Ocrmantown.
j'tuiaiiuipnta: Jonn w. rjinrp. iternn. .n. j.;
Joseph II Slmnn, JNIO houth Hole street,
Philadelphia; Mold II. KUhl, Ponwus. Pa.;
Tni Wlershenskl Wiomlns. Pu.: Joseph l..
AVIntcmauie, Andover, X. J.
Slightly Wounded 'In Action
William O. Holmes.
C. Tltterinaton, I.lso
Cameron. 13J H I'-t
Khm Htrpt, York. Pu.: HarnUl J Collins,
ZMoiiouu.ihrIa. Pn.: Pninic l (.'nrm llnsi. llo,-
lettti. Pa.; l.to J JJonshr-ty, 121 South
Twentieth streot, Phllade'imla; Ilrlntou D.
Kdwafds. Atlantic -Mis. N. J.: OlHrema
i.lsonufitc. Ilpudint;. Pa.: Arthur I, liverett
I.ntrohe. P.i : llaroM I) finrrclt, Uenora,
Pa.: JmPM J. Huufrtv. lUlllmnrp. Md.t llpr
bcrt Hcrshman. air, hiinlcnliurfr Pt.; (lladc
J. I.trnv Holland. Kane, Pa.: Hlndrus Hun
nell. Wi)nfthuitr. P .: J unon l JCcarnry,
Srmnton. In i r.ini in X. lCiiiin. Jhllii(lot.
phla; 1'r.ink J. Uannhan ."1."7 IhompHon
itri-et, I'mma'upniH : jamH ji, jnrnea,
Dprri. Pa.: (ipore Hrnry It Gtokot. Manor
IIlo. Pa.i WHeou Moul. Vnrk. Pa WUIium
i u I'onnor. uitru, Jt : 'Uioinas 11 tj'Doti
noil. S.14.1 South Chadulck -tnPt. PhiluUol
phla. CharJpR . On horn, Audubon, N. J.
Hobert OMnld,.I7aRt Hops street. Lancaster.
Ja.: William S Over, I-iconlrr, Pa. Walter
I. Patrick. York. Vu,; CI iron.' A. Penning
ton. Indiana. Pa ; ll.irrv Hod Uearlck,
Rural Vullej, I'i.: Karl Hlchle, Ilaverford.
Pa,; Wilbur 11. Itunke, IkdCord, Pa,; Carl
P. Schneldrr, Cotlliwdale, Pa.: Alexander
niopa. liiuiu jici., i it, ; aaniPH n, muill,
50311 Ced.it; ucnue, Philadelphia; Peler Volk,
AleUeea HmkH Pa : .MHriu Mimrua Wulki?r.
Russell, Pa.: Richard Whit", Norwood. Pa.:
it;uvu uiH'iii jciiiijii, -v at
MUttlng In Action
I.IUUTKXANT Kenneth P blrawn.
Landutr. Aid, '
PllLVATi; Jacob A, Detker, Altoona, Pa,
PliHoilelfiluaiis Among Those
Made Officers in the Army
v Appointments In the United Statea
army announoed today Include the fol
lowing f i om 1'lill.ulelphia and neurhy:
falitiilns. Ordnance Georgo tiren,
G:tl" Koss street; J.oula 1. Itelcliner.
First Uetiten.int. Ordnance Cejlon
C. Coiltran, 1838 West VcnaiiRo stteet.
Second Lieutenants, Ordnance Wal
ter II. Katies.' nnla ; John J., llcarn,
33J Delancey street ; del Jim d J. l.auter,
8007 Pino load; John A. MeAlllbter, 1312
Plko btrcct; Ilobett MacCart, ,5019
Catharine street; Charles K. Thommer,
Camden, X. .1.
Second Lieutenant. Quartermaster
John A. O'Hourlte, Upper Darby,
Second LleutennntB, Motor Transport
Corps L.oula K. Hersh, 629 Diamond
street; Milton K. Wilson, 308 Olney ave.
Captain, Snnitaiy Corps Arthur C.
Manning, Philadelphia. ..
First Lieutenant. Sanitary Corp
James W Wlllford, 2520 West Alle
First Lieutenant, Air Service (Aero
nautics) Lawson ilobeitson, 281 South
Second Lieutenant. Air ServW (Aero,
nautlcs) Harry T. Breeding, Noble.
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tends )me Sample Coats
at About Half Price
They arc the soft, delightful coats that women love
to own and to wear. Of Normandie tweeds, silver
tip, crystal cloth, duvet tie laine, ivora and silvertonc,
with handsome silken linings and bandings or Collars
and cuffs of gray squirrel, black cat-lynx, dyed skunk,
taupe fox, flying squirrel, Hudson seal (muskrat), near
seal and natural or taupe nutria. At $37.50, $45,
$49.75, $55, $75 and $85 these coats are just a little
more than half price.
Black Coats in a Variety
They are of broadcloth, wool velour, pompom, Bolivia,
pebble cheviot and Poiret velour, plain or trimmed with f ur
$29.75, $35, $39.75 and up to $59.75.
Stocks were never fuller nor styles more
plentiful than right now. New for Saturday
there will be
1500 Women's and Young
Women's Winter Coats. Many
Marked at Savings
These new things begin with a group of good
burella coats in dark colorings, with inlaid plush collars.
Special at $19.75.
Silvertip Coats, $25
In brown and Oxford with a silvery surface, these
coats are half lined with flowery silk.
Also some good velours in navy, brown and bur
gundy, which are lined from neck to hem The velour
coat sketched has a large collar and deep cuffs of beaver
Four Materials at $27.50
Warm chinchilla is one of them, and it's used to
make some good black coats that have yoke and sleeve
linings of black satin.
Velour and burella coats are half lined and have
collars of kit coney fur, while pompom coats are belted
and lined throughout.
Pompom Coats, $28.75
These pretty things are in brown or black, lined
throughout; the collar and corded belt are trimmed
Many Splendid Coats of Velour
at $35 and $39.75
It's a real pleasure to slip into one of these soft,
warm things witl their pretty linings and collars of
fur. The colorings are deep and wintry and the collars
are of sealene, ringtail fur, nutria or of seal fur-cloth.
A good broadcloth coat has nearseal forming the
deep collar and trimming the pockets. It is sketched.
" Ivora Coats Special at $49.75
Very soft in texture and in color (light rein
deer) handsomely lined and finished with a collar and
deep cuffs of nearseal.
Nipping Winds Call Out Furs
in Great Numbers
There is scarcely a woman who loves the soft, lovely warmth of
fur hut, will find something to her liking among these.
Many pretty things are among cither long or short hair skins
skunk, fox in its various forms, lynx, Hudson seal (dyed muskrat),
kit coney and the like which are made up in the most fashionable
Every piece is plainly marked and the prices arc all Wnoderate.
Silk or Wool Frocks for
Women's Winter Wearing
Street or afternoon flocks of serge combined
with satin have new sash belts and are $16.50.
Serge frocks trimmed with braid have satin
collars and vestees. $19.7.1.
Many Models at $16.50 '
Taupe, navy blue, black and blown satin
frocks have Georgette .vestees and collars. Some
of the dresses are trimmed with fringe, and most
of them have overskirts.
- Wool Jersey at $29.75 '
A good-looking wool jersey frock in navy blue
is adorned with a roll collar and neat cuffs of
Many, Many Styles of Serge
Draped skirts, accordion - pleated skirts,
bodices with long lines, short waists, novel .coat
effects, braid trimming and many buttons are a
few of the individual features that give character
to serge frocks at $25, $29.73 to $37.50.
To Wear With Furs
Velveteen frocks quite unusual in'dPsign show
styles suitable for women and young girls. They
are braided, embroidered or trimmed with fringe.
$24.50, $30, $39.75 to $75. The frock sketched is
Here's a Uniform
Waist of Pongee
It's cutNon the piopcr tai
lored lines with a mannish col
lar and buttoned cuffs and is as
plain as a man's shiit. Women
who know the practical wear
ing qualities" of good pongee
will come flying for these.
A Special Georgette
Blouse for Saturday
" Of gootl quality with heavy
silk embroidery trimming each
side of the front. It is in fle.-,h,
white, silver gray, bisque and
black at $5.75.
'N'ew four-in-Jiand ties the
lai go, open-end shape are in
hundreds of different designs and
many colorings. Plenty fo" a man
of exacting tastes to choose fioni
at 25c to c5c.
No Cold Shoulder
for Such Pretty
Women are finding thee warm,
soft little capes and stoles of fur
cloth immensely becoming and
There aie long, stiaight scarfs,
small capes and jacket-like affairs
with two pockets of imitation
mole, broadtail and of plush
priced fiom $12.75 to $25.
PLENTY of good, durable floor cover
ingsall marked at less than pres
ent market prices are ready for Winter
homes. Saturday is a fine time to buy
to keep a man comfoi table when
he wants to sleep aie of domet
in pink, blue, gray and lavender
Vests at $1.65
Little pink silk vests with
pretty bodice topsafein sizes
34 to 42 at this price.
A Gleam and a
A ptetty rhinestone bar pin will
brighten jt dark -dress wonderful
ly. Some lovely piriSv-of sterling
silver and brilliant rhinestones
are splendid copies of the plat
inum and diamond pins, $1 to $5, '
Straight bars set with rhine
stones, plain or in combination
wjth colored stones, are 6$c to $3,
All Types of Figures
Can Be Well
Corseted for Less
The heavy figure, which h the
'most difficult, will find this Reduso
model admirably designed. It is
of white coutil, heavily boned and
cut quite long in the skirt. The
bust is medium high and there are
wide insets of elastic below the
graduated front steel, In sizes 22
to 36, special at $2.90.
Two Good Models
A P. N, Corset is for stout
women and is made of heavy
white coutil with a medium bust
and heavy boning.
For the slender girl there is a
light, little corset a Royal
Worcester-' pink coutil. It is
topless and is lightly boned, with
wide elastic inset in top and bot
Boys' Corduroy Suits
Special at $7.50
Brown corduroy suits for boys of 7 years to 18 have every seam
taped, and the trousers are lined throughout. The trousers pockets
are faced with corduroy so that they will not fray, as ordinary
pocktts dd. The single-breamed jacket is lined throughout and has
an inside pocket and two vertical pockets. It is made in trench style,
with -a loqso belt, which buckles in fiont.
That sums up extraordinary virtues in inexpensive suits for boys.
School Dresses and Best Dresses
for Junior Girls
Brown and navy blue serge
regulation frocks for girls of 0
years to 12 arc $5.75.
For girls of 8 years to 12 a'io
corduroy frocks some with
smocking and serge frocks in
various models, some of which are
embroidered by hand. $7.50 to
Rather Smart Touches
Frocks of serge for junior girls
of 18 years to 17 are trimmed
with braid, embroidered by hand
or made in quaint coat effects.
Some pretty frocks are made of
serge, combined with satin or
plaid silk. $12.50, $13.75 to
combined with plaid silk, or
with charmcuse forms quite
dimming frocks for junior girls.
Satin frocks trimmed with fungv,
corduroy and eharmeuse com
bined, and frocks of "wool jersey
n't offer unusual choosing. $19,75,
$22.50 to $37.50.
, Winter Comfort Depends Upon Coats
Attractive coats for' small tots who wear G-year size aio made of
corduroy, velour, broadcloth and plush. The models are shoit-waisted
and belted andthere are but two or three of a kind. $0.75, $8.75 to
Tailored or rather elaborate coats for junior girls are made of
tweed, burella, cheviot, wool velour, corduroy, pompom, silvertip,
.bolivia and velveteen, $15, $16.75 to $55r '
Waltz Dream Toilet ; THE GOOD COMMON-
tSmEi ,"" "J SENSE CLOTHES WANTED?
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BY REAL MEN fl
like crushed flowcts, is in toilet
water and extinct tit $1.25, in face
powder at 50c and in talcum pow
der at 25c. The packages ni c gay
in yellow, black and white.
Velvet Hand Bags
Xnvy III lie
are the kind you will find in the Men's Store on the
gallery. Nothing of Hie cheap and shoddy, nothing
very expensive, but plenty of sturdv." wearabhFi
clothes at the moderate prices that self-respecting
men are ready to pay.
Every Inch of' Material Is All-Wool
1 IA rl fUni- HI Mt ItlntlrlnKr1)! n - n ! i-1nr,A ..1.--.- fT1t JdH
-Tonmlpliro!.(.r.n.l..!t. vn auu "ulL io tl WUI1UC11U1 ftillUUllcWU LIIU&U UHVS. tllWi
i Their linings me so atti'ac-1 styles are the good ones of today, yet they are not:?
extreme in any way. The workmanship is honest,"
Prices Are Lower
than might be expected. In nearly every instance
they are $5 less than such clothing is obtainable fori
on today's market. 4
You can go through our stock coat by coat-ana
suit by suit and you will find sound value ever-f
where. i v'
Suits are $25 to .$32.50. -
uvercoats are :Zo to !6o. j
((iiillrr.i, Miirliel) s
tivo and they aie all fitted with I
mirrors and pursc. Tim finmrs
of some are covered, while others
have odd mctai flames. Si. 25 to
Bags big enough for knitting
aie included in these pi ices.
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A Smart Veil With a
will top any co.slunie cfTccliwl.
At 50c. squni c or octagon mesh
eils with chenille or velvet dots
of vai ious sJ7cs.
At 75c, libbon bordeied oils
a plain veil w ith a bonier of gio-,-giain
libbon in blown, black,
purple and taupe.
Some of the smaitc.st new eis
are in square or octagon meshes
with .-ci ells and dots used ct-v
eirectiely and in manv wavs.
$1.50 to 2.50.
Veilings, quit,, plain or lather
elaborate, aie dotted, sci oiled "or
tigutcd. 25c to $1.55 a yaid.
Try one on, look
or, and theie will be
ilo but pay for it!
Women at $3
Practical and warm naiamas
for women aie made of irood
white flannclet with stripes o
pink or blue. The tiouseis havi
draw stiings. Each jacket has
a bieast pocket.
$3 Is Very Little
for a Man's Fine Hat
Hats of .soft felt (good quality)
aie in black, blown, green and the
:n ious fashionable .shades of
gray and olive
In the mir
Caps for Men and
Caps with one-piecu or eight
piece tops are made of cloth in
checks, daik mixtuics, tweeds and
Boys' New Swagger
of khaki color aio quite good
looking and smait. $1 and $1.25.
Heavy Union Suits .tf
, Men'.s ribbed imion suits off'
cicam-coloicd cotton have highA
pecks, long sleeves and are ankle
length. They have slight imper
fections which in no way impairs
their wealing qualities. $2.10.
When a Man Needs I
lie nnt r-nnd. ilni-;ili1n shirts tliaf. J
aio comfortably made. v-I
.t M.tM iiieie aie Dercaie,.
sliiitrf mmM Willi stirT ruffs. Tn
strines of manv colors on whltifJlTiy
At $1.75. madias shiits in many.l'TS!'
coloied stripes with soft cuffs. At
At $1.20. sturdy blue chambray
shirts with soft attached collars,' '
Saturday Will Be a Wonderful Day
for Choosing a Hat
So many, many new ones have ai rived duiing the week
Jhat every nook and coiner of the Millinciy Salons is filled
'with cheeiy loveliness.
Hats with the .soft fuzziness of beaer.
Hats with ostiich that flutteis and blow.s.
Hats with a glint of siher jn the wicathtvs that enciicle
Tiuly one marvels anew at millineis'
beat news of all: the largest groups,
lire marked but $5
Special 250 Hats at $3.75
Stieet hal.s in individual styles and excellent materials
which an unforeseen ciicumstanco In ought to us. $:J.75 is
about the usual wholesale price.
lSr tew.s:-; - :'?5 mMM
va y $
, . ,M
in Five Styles at $5
Lovely, rustling taffeta in plain colors navy
blue, gieen, salmon, black, rose, purple, lavender,
etc. and in changeable colors is made into pretty
petticoats. They have elastic at th tops and the
prettiest full flounces!
Coats and Hats
for Lads and Lassies
Coats of coiduroy, chinchilla and velour are
warm enough for the coldest days, with their inter
linings and linings, and little boys and gills of 2
yeais to (i will catch only losy cheeks in them.
7.50 to S1G.50.
The hats of beaver, felt, velvet and velour are
in all imaginable styles and shapes. Some are"
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SI upwnid. '
A Lower-Priced Shoe Store That .
Welcomes All the Family
It is a shoe store ho big that it covers half the Chestnut street end of this big
Down Stairs Store. And it is busy early and late smoothing people's paths and send
ing them light-footedly along life's highway.
Wee brother, big sister, mother, father and even grand-dad can be fitted here
in the shoes best suited to their needs. And the best part of it all is that the prices
never startle you. It isn't a case of "which shall 1 have, a coat or a pair of shoes?''
for both can be had and a hat besides, mayhap when you come a-shopping in the
Down Stairs Store,
And What a Lot of Fine Shoes, I
for the Children
Women's Shoes Begin
for patent leather shoes with cloth or leather
At $4.90 there are black kidskin shoes of
many ports, including plenty of the common
sense lasts for women much on their feet.
At $5.40, good laced shoes of dailc tan or
At $5,75, brown kidskin1 with ivory tops
and gray with fawn tops.
At $5.00, plain black kidskin shoes, shoes
of dark tan calfskin with lighter tops of leather
much like buck; also shoes made entirely of
gray leather, resembling buckskin.
Men's Shoes Are $4.25 to $5.40
This includes shoes of black kidskin nnd of
black or tan leather of heavier weights. They
aie all cut on good lines and have soles heavy
enough for service. Both English and wide toe-
heed to their shoes there aro sturdy, fatronglySvV',
uuui snocs 01 utacK or tan leatner. in price;
they range from $3 to $1.50, and they will flf
uoys 01 all ages. i
For little girls there is a greater va'riety-prjs
as is' fitting for femininity. Button shoes andJ
lace shoes, shoes of blown or black kidskin. of'
black leather and of black patent leather, sofli'
spotting white tops. Tiny girls' sizes start
$1.50 and go to $4.25. f.
Older girls of 12, 14 or so can get stu
school shoes of strong black leather with wl
toes and low heels for $4. Black calfskin
are $4.50 and $4.Q0 and dark, tan calf shoes.!
vviae or narrow toe snapes are $o.4U. u
range in size from " to 7.
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