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Many From Nearby States
on List of 470 U. S.
NONE DIED IN ACTION
56 Succumb to Their Wounds
and 210 Meet Wounds
Wnshtnittnn. Oct. 28
Four hundred and seenty names wr
cpntalntd In nn nrmy cnsunlly list an
tounced by tho War Department tod .y.
Many of those, who appear on tho ra
tion's roll of honor are from Pennsyl
vania and nearby States. ,
The llatMs classified as follows: Died
of wounds, fifty-six ; died of nlrp'nno
accident, two; died of dleac, Bevent
three; wounded severely, twenty-six;
wounncn uieitrrc undetermined), ntty-
ttlP? Wnimiftil lln.tttt. 141 . Mll.
In action, sixty-three; prisoners, three.
xne. iota! number of casualties to
Kjlledln, action (Including 293 at
Died of wounds . 3 9 08
Tiled of disease . . . ' 3.1H7
Died of accidents and other causes 1 1 B.I
Wounded In action 32,4'tt
Missing In action (Including- pris
Died From Wounds Received In Action
COLONEI Edw.rd Slg.rfoos, Orermllte,
'LIEUTENANT n.Iph Oldham. I.onglef,
Hied of ntnettse
MAJOn Edsar M. Frftham, l.oulsllli.
CAITA?V Tieorge R. Hardtsty. Tlajlau
ItHehts, N. r
MEI1TRNANT Austin 1.. Hobbs. Van
T.JKKTrNAN r Chnrlr WflffUirnrth
Km lit, S02I Iicnt street, Philadelphia.
Wounded Slightly In Artlon
. VUOR-Al.in C. Kandeford, Midline,
MFIITEVANT" Wil.lnm rtinrlrs Cooper,
nsdcHITe. la.; Alhort Edward llaan. Grand
Tlapld Mich.: Joseph JrnUinson, Dnshen.
Inil ; rhllllp Edward Tnutman. Whitewater.
Wla : James Harnld lllahnn. Elmlra. N. T.:
Carlton I.. Austin Grand TUpldi, Mich :
Douglas C. Harry, Xew York.
Mlaalnc In Action
T.IKUTENANTS Tjinrence Robert., Wit
mlngton. Deli William H. Taior. New York.
lled In lmlnne Arrldents
LIEUTENANTS John Unroll Hueklev.
Lonemont, Col.; James R. frowv, Sheffield,
The. follow Injr enlisted, men from Penn
avlvanla. New Jersey. Delnware. MnrUand
and Virginia appear In today's army list.
Died From Wound Rerelted In Action
SERGEANT Henry W. Hallgren, Toungs.
rOnrnnAI Donald McLeod. Nortli
Tlt'OLER rred Areall, Pittsburgh..
PRIVATES Wrlllim Ford, 211.r. Soulh
noseuoori street, Philadelphia- Frank t)
MeCormlek. Tnanda: John A Millard. Mif
flin County; Harry T, Mwrs. Tltiisilli;
William O. Ruth Athol; Louis J. Shusta.
t.elsenrlng, Faetlo County.
Died of Disease ,
COnt'ORAI. Edwnrd J. Ma Ion, fit Wea-
?r atreer Germ.ntown. Philadelphia.
PRIVATES William T. Rrarty, Pittsburgh;
Joseph S. Dougherty. Pittsburgh: Henrv .1.
Undgers Pittsburgh: Mose White. Hialrs-
Ulle, Victor A. Zengerl. Csnujd.
PRIVATE Robert Crouke. nrownston n
Wounded. In Action (llegre Fncertalnl
CORPORALS Philip .1. McDevitt. 22i
Rucknell street. Philadelphia; Frank L.
Snohn. Plttahumh. ' .,-
PRIVATES Alox.lua F IJInneen. lBt3
Fontaln street. Philadelphia; Thnmaa J.
Gilbert, Freeatone; Law rence A Hohmann,
143 Claremont avenuv. West View.
Wounded Sllahtly In Artlon
BERGEANTS George T. Ollllncham.
L'nlontowni James V. Ferguson, WMIa-ms.
'"PRIVATES Bernard J Mrlllwee M"i
Weat Sixth street. Cheater: Philip Miller.
Lebanon: William J. Rchmurker. Green,
hurt- Fred L Seott.' Milan- James . Trim
hie. Plttiburah: Denis J. Foley, Pittsburgh:
Mllea H, Walsh, Pittsburgh- Eminett O.
Gustafaon. Clalrton: Aupust Volght. Greens
burg., John Wlesnleakl. Reading.
WImIaiv In AfllAn
C5RPORALS Frank .Elmer Kellj, Car-1
VK Mlller,-nialrsllle, Alfred Reuor, Pitts.
P(VATE8 Edwin Rarncs. Erie; Kon.
atant Doba. Lentfleld; Mark McOrath Gouf.
ftr, Carlisle; JohnTI Wallace, Plttsbureh.
Died From Wounds Received In Action '
8ERGEANT Richard T. Martin. Perth
Amboy. ,,, , ..
PRIVATES Joseph P. Barnes, Elizabeth;
Harry I,, Riker, Hobokep.
Died of Disease '
HORSESHOER Martin Scymanskey,
Wounded Slightly In Action
PRIVATES William O. Frank Eliza
bath: Patrick J Ran. Havonne; Franceauj
O, Zerl9. 10SS South Front atreet, Camden,
' Missing In Action
PRIVATES Louis A. Carella. 3j04 Rose
dale st?eet. Camden- Wlllluni P. Kin.
De.Ievllle; Harry Conklln, Jr., Pnterson.
SM Fram Wounds Received In Action
RIVATE Howard Barton Frampton,
. 10i2Wawret avenue. Wilmington; Walter
Wounded Slightly In Action
PRIVATE Charles Bradley, Seaford.
Died of Disease
PRIVATE Joseph E. Khber, Baltimore.
Wovndsd In Action (Degree) Undetermined)
. PRIVATE Fred E;ell Machemer, West
Died -From Wetfnds Received In Action
' PRIVATES William I- Crockett, Tang.
rs Edgar Va) kendall. Peteraburg.
Died of Dlseoae
PRIVATES Frank Cook, Burke Station;
Archie Galloway, MonroWa.
SERGEANT Clarenco A. Baugher, Elk-
to"" Wounded Slightly In Action
CORPORALS-Morrla Cantor, jjlchmondj
J-ise Perdue. Roanoke; Leonard H, Urqua-
b,PRIVATE8-Johir- Brown Allen. Petrs
CavNsle8 si 'Davis. BU.hir.wu. Jud.on
O. Perklnson, Chaao City.'
Missing In Action
PRIVATE lohn W. Redd, Suffolk.
TROLLEY FARES POCKETED
Baltimore: Conductors Are Rounded Up
for Robbing Company
Baltimore.. Sld.. Oct. 28 eleven" ccn
ductoM of -treet'eara In he miIoy of
the United Railways Company wen. held
for the Grand Jury yesterday on charges
if atrallpr? fares. The detect ves who
rounded up 'the carmen, neatly all of
wh5n are youns employes, have ala-ned
atatements from each admitting; ifullt.
fftvwal who had been conductors only
two or three months had stolen from
100 to JO0. None cf the women con
Sietors to r Is Implicated. Other
arrests of men conductors aro expected.
' About month ago tho company In
creased the fares from five to six cent
Shdattbe Urgent request of the public
issued tickets on sale In various parts
of the clty
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,fcfc.HylkiU- Connly Paues Crisis ,
Wsvllle. I-, Oct. iK Nolwltlistand.
-In unseasonably warm, murky weathet,
number of cases In this district
eased more than 1000 Sunday, and
tba situation Is so faorable that many
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Selinsgroie MihlatcrV Son Kelfe
to Down Seven German Planes .
Sellnssitrove. ra Oct, 28. Sellns
Kroe was thrilled when details were
learned jesterday of tho heroic exploit
or the town's vnly nxlalor, lieutenant
Harold SI. Folmcr, with the American
nrmy northwest of Verdun, llev. and
AIth Harold N. Folmer, hae been ad
vised of their son's talor. He was one
of tho American alators who engnsed
seven German Foltker nlrplanea that
were machine-gunning haso hospltali
oer Fontaine. One ot the Kokker
was brought down in flames and the
others drUen bnck. Al the American
nxlatnrs returned safely.
Lieutenant Pointer Is twenty-flo
years old, was a prominent nthletc at
Susquehanna UnUcrslty and until his
enlistment onlv a ear ago had tnught
two .ears In the high schools of Wil
mington. Del. Lieutenant Ralph Ilnrt
mnn, of Catawlsa, was another l'cnn
slanlan in the heroic exploit of the
TWO FROM HERE
Philadelphia!.! in "Iron
Division" Win Com
BRAVE AGAINST ODDS
Onco again tho Twenty-eighth Dltlslon.
which won the right to be called Iron
Ohlslon In tho fighting on tho Vesle.
has been honored for. bravery, nnd two
riilladclphlans and four from tho Stale
havo won specjal mention for gallantry.
Major General Charles H. Slulr, com
mander of the division, has jut Ksned
an order ot praise, lauding the Pcnn
sjlvantans for their alor.
The order Is contained In Kawnonri G.
Carroll's war dispatch In the Public
Ledger today, w h'ch also tells six stoi les,
each concerning the bravcty of a I'enn
nylvnnlan. Lieutenant John V. SterrlcK, of lto
borough, and .'ergeant Andrew II Lvtieh,
2646 Franklin street, aro the Fliiladel
phlnns mentioned by Sir. Carroll. Tho
Pennsylvanlans are Sergeant llalnh W.
Summerton, Wtrren ; Corporal Hobert
s a. Jcfiery. Sagamore; Captain
Charles L. Slcliln, ot Indiana, nnd a
lieutenant from Altoona are the others
Sergeant Lncli.nnd Corpoial Jeffrey,
organizing a rescue party of five, at
tacked and defeated a German patrol of
thirty-six men rescuing their command
ing ofllcer, Plrbt Lieutenant Sleyer S.
Jacobs, who had been taken prisoner.
Sergeant Lynch's party killed fifteen
nf the German patrol, and Lynch cap
tured three prisoners.
Then 1-5 nch took command of seventy-five
Americans held In reserve,
nnd in a fresh attack drove the enemy
bnck two-thirds of a mile, organizing
a new lino In a ravine
, Wounded, Leads Men On
Lieutenant Slcrrlck was wounded bv
machine-gun bullets In tho hand anil
Ibow, but bravely refused to be evac
uated, and for two hours directed what
vi as left of his men, getting them back
to safety, together with other units
that had attached himself to his com
mand. Lieutenant Slcrrlck was holding the
western edge of a ravine near Apre
moiit. but found that his men were be
ing subjected to fire without hheltrr.
He was withdrawing them when wound
ed. He Is now back at rest with the
110th. Infantry, completely recovered
from his wounds.
Lieutenant Slcrrlck Is the son of J.
Vaughn Slenlclc and grandson of a for
bear of the same name who was one
of the greatest cMl engineers of the
country in Ms time.
Sergeant Summerton was ill with in
fluenza the night of the attack upon
Chatel Chehery, but when he heard that
Company I was without officers he went
foruaid, Ignoring the advice of the sur
geon, and took command. He was the
fliBt man to mount. Hill 244, . Prom
thero he led his force on Sgaln, getting
a rifle bullet in the shoulder. He has
since recovered. He was wounded by
bhrapnel on the Vesle River,
Captain SfcLaln'a Heroism
Captain SIcLaln distinguished himself
again at Apremont. On the Slarne River
he was tvrtco surrounded, but led his'
company to victory, although he was
wounded and gassed. At Apremont,
hearing that Company C was without
officers, he took command and led the
first" wave of tho attack. He was
wounded In the leg at 5:30 o'clock In
the morning, but kept 'hobbling along
until his objective was reached at 4:30
in the afternoon. Then lie consented
to go to a hospital.
A lieutenant fiom Altoona, whose
name the censorship forbid mentioning,
was wounded in the abdomen, but con
tinued to lead the company until the
attack had been jepulsed. Then he went
to a hospital, where he died. He went
Into action as a volunteer leader of
Company J, which was without officers.
WILLARD CASE DIES
Millionaire Scientist, Who Solved "Lock
ing Up Life," Grip Victim
Auburn, X. Y Oct. 28. "Wlllard K
Case, whose researches In the Held of
electrlcltv won him recognition In scien
tific circles both In this country and
nhioad. died here esterdav of Influenza,
He was slxy-one years old.
Case was a millionaire. fnt in
which may be attributed tho lay public's
uiiiHiiuimriiy wmi ms scientino achieve
ments, for he never attempted to cap
italize or commercialize his remarkable
discoveries. Several veniVago It was
announced that his efforts to solve the
problem of "locking ,sjp life" had re
sulted In a number of Important discov
eries which would have a far-reaching
effect on civilization. Ttiese discoveries,
it was said, concerned the effect of low
tempeiature on .the. beginning of life
both plant and animal, They were ac
cepted by th. Royal Society of London,
but were sealed up at the behest of the
experimenter, who explained tnat their
disclosure at that time might be too
great u tax on the credulity of the lay
Phone Man Burned by Gas
Wilmington, Del., Oct. 28 Gas escap
ing from a main In the vicinity of
Twenty-fourth. Market and Tainall
streets, caused all explosion, and John
Kane, a telephone Workman,, was badly
burned while In a manhole. The escap
ing eras Ignited from his torch v.-.V
was removed to the Delaware Hospitals
nuuiti.v aiiiw4aiu me nas t3iJiouei! in a
manhole at Tatnall street, a Square
away. The Brandywlne fire company
extinguished the blaze. . '
NEWS OF SHIPYARDS
FORMING GUN CLUB
Plenitude of Trap Shooters in
T. P. Morris Shop En
Twelve men In tho T. 1. Slorrls ma
chine shop at the Cramp shipyard are
going to form a trap gun club. This
shop seems full of gunners ot nlirrcxil
every variety. Komo like 'the rabbit
chaso best, some the "rcedles," some
the quail, some tho ducks, while a few
will even take a rhnnce with bruin In
the mountains. Hut everybody seems
to like the Imps, bccai"- they nre so
much easier to get to.
John Keating, formerly of the Terra
chuto Gun Club. Is organizing he new
club and already has a few members
who arc helping him.' Among theso are
Pete Works, foreman nf tho shop, nnd
George Jnckaw-av, machinist. There Is
to ho a meeting of .the bos Wednesday
evening, nnd It Is hoped by that time
the membeishlp will be up to the limit
of twelve. The club will shopt on the
Cramp Confpanv's own strip of land
over on 1'ctt.v's Island, opposite the
Big ldl Rnjllh, one of the machinists,
Is looking forward to two weeks In the
mountains, where the big game of the
Stale Is to be found. Smith Is going
after pheasants nnd other small game
with his shotgun, but he'll take along
that 22 high-power In case he comes
up with n hear, deer or wildcat. ' "That'll
fix any of 'em," said Smith.
Oscar Sillier, of the toolroom, Is
having his troubles with one of his
guns This man has a voung arsenal
at his home, according to his buddies
Some guns he uses, but the majority
aro only for make-believe shooting. Sill
ier stajs at home a good deal to fondle
these useless weapons. One of his guns
has a stock that is n bit too short for
the owner's Jong arms, nnd as It Is nno
of his favorites he is going to havo a
longer stock made for It. Just trv to
huv one nf Sinter's flrcaims. He'd sell
his last Bhlrt first.
SAFETY FIRST AT BETHLEHEM
Rules for Protection Undergo
Hard Test at Harlan Plant
Safety first rules nre now being given
a linrd test at tho Harlan Bethlehem
plant. A large organization has been
effected taking in every dejnrtment ot
the company. Uach department has a
committee of lis own to see thnt all the
rules are strictly observed by the men.
TllPSft rnmniltlpna atn.
Car Shop No 4 John Burroughs and
.Tnnn Tll.ina.ir '
Car -Shop No 3 Sir. Webb
Car shop, paint department - Sir.
Sheet .metal Charles Porschell
Stable, truck laborers John A.
Ta department W. R Clement.
Plato and shape storage Charles
Shlpfltters' deparlment Charles liae
burn nnd'H SIcVey.
Reaming department J. Keenan.
Bolters J. Wratten.
Anglcsmlths R Newton.
Hull labor department, -electors A.
Joiner shop C. Keenan, J. Jennings
and R. P. Smith
West mill James Keenan, Chat les
Sfegear and Samuel Overshlne
Plant engineer Fred Shaikleton.
V. B department Andy Sabreri.i,
Blackesmlth shop G. Hlghfleld and
Painters. boatard James Smallwood
and Hnrry Campbell.
Slachlno Shop No. I W. J. Baldwin
and H. Hopprl.
Car Shop No. 1 William Herw anger
and William Jones.
Lumber department Geoigc Baldwin.
ir fiRinn. of tiik iiarlan-iiktiii.i..-
I1KVI Wilmington plant, lias rturnrd to the
cit from hia cummer homn at 'The VVil
lows," and is now "at homo ' to his clt
JOIIV IIOniCRTKR. A f'lllrTKR and
caulker at the llnrlan-Pethlehi m ard, ion
trlbuted J 1700 to tho fourth Llbertj Loan.
TIIK III.VK PRINT RKiKVRCIl CI.UII. ot
tho Ilnrlan-Bethlehr m ard, haa opened Its
new ofrices and club rooms in front of the
vard tool room. The officers are- President,
r. IllchartlHon: treasurer. Plow .Inckey lrlt
ihett; secretary. II. llanscr; publicity man,
Hllm Hultsch The quarters hae the latest
appointments and It's a rlKht i;ood place for
a ahipworker to hang his hat on cold winter
THKVKK fiKTTINOREIY at the liar
lan.Hethlehem plant to raise the blsgfat flag
along the Delaware Itiver. Charlie Mohr
man, Tllll Harmon nnd a detail of twent.
fie riggers excavated tuentj-nve feet for a
foundation for the big pole and poured In
lots of cement and crushed stone that will
defy the elements Thej're trjlnjr to ralhe
S1000 for this emblem and its accessories
and expect to net it The boss will prob
ablj wait until the next visit of "f'harlle"
MShnab their ' big boas." to unfurl the
lecord breaker. On the same occasion the
baseball pennant will be awarded formally
to tho Harlan team by an official of the
Emergency Fleet Corporation, and the liar
Ian Band will also receive Its prize, won
at tho Philadelphia Shlnard Hand contest.
NAT 7EITZ, Of SBSS IRVINfi NTRKET.
Philadelphia, who Is employed In the pro.
ductlon - department at Vard No. 7. Hog
Island, was onl recently honorably dla
charged fiom the United Htates na. eltz
waa second-class machinist, on the lorpedo
boat dcatroer Patterson. While the boat
wna patroling an explosion occurred aboard
hip and Sieitz and three others were In
jured. Zellz spent some time in a hospital
THE IIOO ISI.VMI ii:i. ORCIIESTR Is
out for more members Anv shlpworker there
with a fiddle or other musical Instrument, or
with the musical talent. Is welcome. They'll
find aomethlne for him to ,)la If necessary.
AT LEAST 100 110 VI EH for shlpworJ.ers
are to be thrown open for occupancy In a
day or two at Yorkshlp Villago bj the New
York Bhip Company
E. R. VAN MET. FORMER EDITOR of
tho Pusey & Jones Shipbuilder, also of the
Pennsltanlan. the University of Pennsslva.
nla's dally. Jias gone to Camp Gordon, Oa,,
for training with the infantry.
SHIPWORKERS TO GET
EIGHTY CENTS AN HOUR
Increase Is Approved by Gov
eminent Bonrtl in Move
ment to Stabilize Rates
Klgnty cents an hour for skilled shlri
workers Is the basis of a national wage
scale adopted by tho shipbuilding labor
adjustment board and approved by the
conference of national labor adjusting
agencies, In accordance with the Gov
ernment's latest plnn for stabilizing
Tho awards made by the board, com
monly known as the Slacj board, cover
all shipbuilding districts. Atlantic, Oulf,
Great Lakes anil Pacific coast, and
amount to wajrc advances averaging
about 10 to 13 per cent, designed to
keep pace- with the lncren.se In the cost
of living In shlpvard communities.
Tho findings nre divided Into two
groups Tho first covers the Atlantic
coast. Gulf anil Great Lakes ship aura
and Is effective as of October 1. Tho
second applies to Parlflc coast jards
nnd Is effective as ot August 1 In both
cat-es the awards supersede nil decisions
made within a jenr. The wage agree
ment under which Pacific coast work
men have been operating terminated
August I anil tho majority of Atlantic,
Gulf and Lake ngrcemecnts ended Oc
VllSH A. If, JOIINNON, of the Vue
Tonei (lloucoster electrical department, has
bren transferred to the correspondence de
FREII AI'llXR. Ol" THE PI'Ki A JONES
mechanical engineering department, his gone
to t.afasette Colleen for mllltar tnlnlnK
and bis shltnard friend wish htm a com
mission and other Koodjuck
JOSEPH I LENNY, in ch-irce of labor
distribution at the Gloucester plant ot the
Pusev S. Jones Compan, has received n let
ter from Corporal tlouglas K VVlshart for.
mertv of the Pnse & .tones office, who is
now with General Pershlnn s arim. VVlshart
savs he hns been in mo inicw ot me nuni
CHARLIE ni.CK At JOE MARKIIAM.
both ot the Cramp Shipyard, spent the week
end at Atlantic Clt,J . Dlarklo took his whole
MISS ONORINA I. ROftO. of tlie ling
Island office made her Ice tell at several
rallies In the r-rent Llbertv t.oan drle
and manv shlpwnrkers were thus p-rsuided
to step forward nnd sign up.
LARSW, THE JOIIV MrtORMUK Ol'
tho ehlpnriiB who works nt Hog Ilaml
Is another who sold manv Liberty Ttonds
through tho charm of the voice.
J. L. I EKIIS. of the Puses t. lones elrc
trlcnl depirtment. Ins been maue assistant
to Vtr. Lnch In the same office
Qf'ARTERMAN PiE. of the Pu-ev t.
Jones Gloucester vard. Is a great loer ot
the onion, nnd it Is said that when it conies
to the iiuesllon of onion or engagement the
onion Is alwas the stronger
ESCAPES THRILLING PLUNGE
Pinned Down by Car After Fifty
Foot Fall, Is Little Injured
L'nlontown Pa., Oct. L'8 Holllng
down a flftj-foot embankment in an
automobile, and pinned under the ma
chine for about two hours Charles A
Slay. Jr.. aged twenty, of Mountain Lake
Park, Md escaped --erlous Injuries in
a way conslilercd inhacutous The oung
man turned n cutvc at Lookout Point
loo Miarply and. his automobile toppled
ocr the steep embankment. Ho remain
ed In the car, which landed on top of
him -, ,
Some time later his ctles of distress
attrncted the attention of lumlieimen
who lifted the car from him nnd rushed
him to the L'niontown Hospital. He
will be out ngaln within a short time.
Wanted at Once i
100 Sheet Metal Workers
iuu numbers m
. Pay 73c per hour, double
time for overtime. Making 96
to 125 hours per week.
Transportation refunded after m
thlrtv dava' work unnn nrMn. m
tlon ot railroad receipt.
RIGGS, DISTLER &
CAMP ABRAHAM EUSTIS
LEE HALL, VA.
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Winter Suits of pure wool
Is creating a welcome diver
sion from iVar News, these
fine fall days. t
(35 qualities) n
William H. Wanamaker
1217-19 Chestnut St.
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Section of Living Room in Early Italian Renaissance; Recently 'Sketched from Our Floors
An exquisite modern adaptation of Early Italian Renaissance, finished in walnut, ivith scrupulous fidelity as to line and
ornamentation. I lie upholstery is of antique figured sun vclour of rich mulberry hue, winch blend3 aamirablu with the finely
carved, dark wood. This is but one of the many unusual suites which make our floors so attractive and interesting.
Values in Floor-Coverings that Deserve
Close Attention Demand Quick Action
Close attention, because they will stand the sharpest comparative tests, for, quality and cost considered, they are
unequalled. Quick action, because discriminating buyers (and this includes not only householders, but proprietors of
the better class hotels and apartment houses), will be quick to perceive the money-saving opportunities here presented
and equally quick to take advantage of them.
Unusual Values in Domestic Rugs Rare Values in Oriental Rugs
All perfect goods in the most desirable designs and colorings
sharply reduced because we are unable to obtain the necessary
duplicates to keep the lines complete, owing to government de
mands upon the mills. We quote only a few items, but all sizes
and qualities havo been cut proportionately:
$36.00 Seamless Tap. Brussels, 9xl2, $29.75
$57.00 High-pile Axminster, 9xl2. $39.75
$54.00 High-pile Axminster. 8.3x10.6, $37.50
$32.00 High-pile Axminster, 6x9, $24.50
$56.00 Best Seamless Velvet, 9x12, $39.75
$52.00 Seamless Velvet. 8.3x10.6, $36.50
$91.50 Royal Wilton, 9x12. $69.50
$86.00 Royal Wilton, 8.3x10.6, " $67.50
r-Carpets Below Mill Cost
Yes, actually below the factory prices of to,-day, owing
to our early purchases. Full rolls of some patterns, and
quite a few with borders and stairs to match An unusual
money-saving opportunity for hotels, institutions as well as
When we consider that importations have been practically
cut off for the past several years, thet.e reductions on 25'i of our
stock are all the more remarkable. It is a sale that will appeal to
everyone who known the beauty, worth and durability of Oriental
Rugs. A few quotations:
$195.00 India Rug, 9.2x6.2. $98.00
$210.00 Afghan Bokhara. I 1.0x8.2, $115.00
$215.00 Hyderabad. 10.9x8.0. $135.00
$240.00 Persian Mahal. 12.7x8.7, $160.00
$385.00 Persian Anatolian. 12.0x9.1, $250.00
$350.00 Persian Serapi, 12.9x9.10, $225.00
$600.00 Persian Tabriz, 12.9x9.4, $375.00
$800.00 Persian Tabriz, 12.10x9.1, $475.00
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$4.25 Best Wilton Velvet, -$3.75
$2.50 Wool Velvet,
$2.50 Roxbury 10-wire Tap.
Brussels, $1.65 yd.
Draperies and Bedding
In draperies you will find here the latqst designs in Cre- K
tonnes, Armures, Damasks, Velvets, Silks, etc, Lace Cur-,
tains Scrims, Marquisettes, Clunys, Arabians, etc. in pro-jJ
fusion, at astoundingly low prices: a showing beyond com-y
parison. Bedding blankets, comfortables and sheets in
vast variety and in all grades, at lowest cost possible .under '
market conditions. And in this list mentioned line, particu-j'
larly, "UUV nuw is a slogan wen worm remeniDering.
Blankets, from $3.25 to' $20.00 pr. I
ComfortablM, from $3.35 to $25.00 pr,
Manufacture, Importer arid Rttaihrt
Market Street Perrv. Camden. New Jersev
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