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HAS 868 NAMES1
Roll of Honor Includes 1 13
Who Made the Supreme
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TT11SCOITOV MfeJT I.E TASTED ON TUE PACKAGE TWgECrnE ITS TtlASMIS9ION
a a Pu'tpo Den o n Q E r mi
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W liMnrl"n, Nov. " I
("encrnl Pcrnliltift'tt enitinltv report fur.
today nilili 6G1 tn tlie i?r.-incl Intnl. vvhleli I
now KtnndH nt fi3,0ns. nml tlio INI mini-1
marlrcd below IncluclcH 113 falulltlft Of j
tfcoe forty-llvo wen- UIIIcil In iictlim, I
hlriv-ono died of wounds and thirty-'
(even Kiiccumhcil to ill".y?e. , l'ltlv r
T......... I......I . v... Ini.AK -.fuel'! mil . .Vnlhlui
I . nil-,, .... .nil, .-. m im ,i , ..., -
and Vlrulnla nre Rnllaiitly iepreKcntc.1 on
the roll of honor In the lionrnmnilt
dlnneil olllcem nnd cnlifiril men tecnrilert
nmoiiK tlii ItPIed. wounded and inlfiliiK
Summarized, tho Icfle to date are:
I'rorniiiiion of. tlm nflirl.il irriTiuul,'ljicl rent lay tlie roliller for uliom
tin- (.hritm,i pift s inUnilcil niii'l he made In order to rrrlp otic of
llis ollici.il ni.iilin(- curtoni. Tlii, is the only a In tvhlili ( liri-lnu
prccnt for llie. men ocreas ma ic srtit
Killed In aetlon ? I" 11,223
Died of woum.i 31 1.1S5
Died of dlsenpe .17 3,"i3:.
Died of accidents atid
other ratifies 1,189
Missing In action (Itu'lttd-
Ins prisoners) 33 ,I7 1
Wounded Ki 3B.391
Grand totals CCS C3.09S
Klllnl In Aillon
l.int'TI'.N'ANT Wllfonl A. fair. t'le
auit HIM. .Mo.
Died of Illnrusr
UnUTKVANT i:.lard II. Walter. Welt
. Wounded .ft erely
Mlll'TKNANTH Hl.lRrly Ternnlit lln
com. New London, t'onn . i:iu 1. Ifn,iitan,
Kanaar. c'lt)', Mu Alexunder Kolth, Athena,
Toiin , lluruhl i:. Mnrkhain, tMi.trm. Wir
CAPTAIN IMwurd M Almonil. Annlntin,
I.ini'TKNANTS rx-iillo II lll.mk. Minn.
, Kduurd J. limine.. Itrookltn. N, v.,
Murry II Orant. Vlliillnsl"'i. N. ('. . .tt.hn
V H.irrlF, Jr , Meniphln. Tenn (Jti lhil
cood. Jiuder, vo . Wllllinit C J'i'li.'. Vt.W
worth. 111. tlroter Tluiiiiit(n. Minuntln..
Mhh ; MfKfrlnd t'hlumn, Nw Ynrk. N V. ,
James II Unnahu. Hlmix l Itl i.i . .Inei,li
Thomaei l..i tf i Walthuln. .Man . Trtiur
W. sttt HmI Uoxbury. Mai,
Mllnir In Ai lion
CAPTAIV rndcrlvk A. ulo-rlln, Hum
Killed In All I.hi
lOnPOK.Mrfj ( r.Uu i:. r.-inniin. Scran
, riUVATl.S r.ewll, W. Hillnn. t'lnlitllle.
Harrv I' llmnlliun Hell', ernnn, Willltiin
Iluchn. J.rli, Kelly .Mouro, l.nnioU.
Died or t( d,
I'fUSI'OllAI .Inhn It Wi.'ndt. limiting
, PHIVATi:s llnrr v Hrown. V..rk.
Harr 1! Binold Ilurnplirlc. Si utliUlo. John
Ih isl-j ,outli I'ri.idwlik ntroct, l'lilla
delphta tiled of JUcii,i
PIHV VTKS John llrnlileiiitoM. ;it i:,it
Jull.ehoiken hlrerl. Phllaileliihla. '.nrirn
llal.luii Itareett. franklin, liahih It. Wuml,
I'ltlVATlIS Kntnk Vllo llrali
tlt'oige M Uoriili'lin, Hi tan-
------.--..- ........ ,... ...iix.ll, .Itllill,
:;.l,.,lli.1 " or ' Wllmerdlk John Vor,t.-r,
-IJ1 orlll Tem-mtntli Mm I, Plillailil
lllrd of Ill,riiie
- llllntn V. Murray. Newark.
Muxkal. ltouiiil Ilruok.
fiiltl'OItAt.s-t'etr Mii'oj, Jerary City;
llltoril I! Pi.l... Audubon
Winimled Drttrer riiiletermlneil
PIIIVATi: Philip Olanl, I'rainfynli
I runk r. .Mellfiii, KIIZHlieth, Henry Nell,
PItl'ATi:s William lil.inioiul Ionard.
Ijhiu I.tatiih, William Sunntav, Trenton,
Jostph TimpM, Srraupuft.
Mllnff In Aitluu
I'llIVATi: Arthur Klinzle. PlalnfleM.
Killed In Aitluu
I'llIVATi; William P Smith. McIIenry.
IHisl ill Ufiiv
1'ltIVATi: (lalthir I, I.owl. Smlthaburg.
' VoiindeiJ SeTtrely
I'llIVATi: Andrew J. tlvrhar.1. Daltlmore.
PIIIVA'ri:sJohii W Niwl. Ilaltluiore.
Arthur M WHliiMrlnht. thilllmort
Minting In Artlon
PltIATi: (Ii orre II l.vaim. Ilaltlmore.
Hied of Dl.e.i.i,
PlllATi:t l.duard I)iki, Markhaln;
Vi,ti rn 11. .Mrr. lllnsBOlil.
I'llIVATi: Henri M. Ilrooka, Wajneaboro.
tt'ounded IleRrre t lideterinlned
PIHVATKS- Miifon (Iray, Plains; lieorue
l-ounl I.iihI. t'uHtlwooil
PltlVAl'IJ I'hirl'-i. I! IMhIIiis. UKhinond.
TO CASUALTY LISTS
l) llir Animated Prcs
Wiishluitliiu, .n. fi Announi'ement
was iniidr tnd.ij, i.r tli.-' follow itiB re
Nlon of I S a."u.ill list", as efftLts
I't'iius.liiin i and hi '. U Inliy '
pKIIUd In Artlun (I'ri'tluu.U Iteimrted Ml,-
itie in itiDin
I'lll ATKs'-llliliird I., iiimril I iilllvr I
llletl from WiuiinU ItfHflted In tllon
tl'retiiiiih Ki'imriiMl Ml-..imr In Villon)
l.lKPTi:.SA.NTr" - I'h.irlei tt San.la lllill-
nioml . Jii.iin Hunt. Wmxlavlll V II
l'ltlA'li: aruiin M. rltiKulii. Uorni-
tt'oumled eterrh in Aillon ll'retlou.li Ite
porlid Ml,.lnic la At (lout
I'OKPullAI. ll.urii. W. Wrlhlit Monrea
1 iiillliluil ! allflll MIiiitphii 1 tlalailtlllll t
Hound'il (Decree I mli-li rinlmill 1 Pretlou-h Iteimrled Klllnl In Aclliiii)
PU!A1i:s Udn.ild Allatt. 1 IU1 lial MIlllli: N I'- Willi mi Ualilloii 14 South I
atrei-t, l'iiiia,l..i.iiu. l.uui I. Mit.iI... ith; rift nrih mi.ii I'liUmP limla i
fouth i:it.htli mieet. Plilliiileliihiiii William Plll ATlJx Tlmin 11 Anlnniilll illen lAnn I
1. Arennlii-rir I nluntnun. JUmuuikI h lluik. I !'' Join Ii . nh n.tliii. ills Nnrth Market i
man Manh.m Jum'pli ('.itmblani., Ilua. m; I stre.'t. I'hil i.l.lphla lnra.l ilnhliteln S.I l I
Alln rl fundi. Mitllaml, Ani,.rlffo IL l liun h Sinn Ii IJ. uiali ,trn i. t'lillail.-lphiH
J';"i ,, 1Ir,Vitr';'," ,':,J'ru"t','i I'1,'1"'.""-''-1 MmilMleil In Aillon llleuree I ndetermliieil' '
fcifner -- M H - l, J " I iW'i '""""In lrrtloil,h Itepi.rtiMl Jll-xliil In tIoll) I
iln"TtltS1"s ran ST, " , !" ?!'",; J'iV J ! I'lllVATKM-MI. I.-I .1 fKUlleld, .1UIS
North 1'ilall Hircn. hiia.i.'ii.hi.. (.'.. ri..I I lleinlwrjfi kiwi I'hlliulelphl.i .Inhn V
.Murihall, Mliifctllle. Mik.. J Mitthm.n l Iirreii Mi.iini - in
IDENTIFIES LONG-ABSENT SON
Cnuulrii .faii Recogiii.e-i Figure
in War Pliotoyrapli Group
Alient front Itonio sixteen .eurs,
Leonard H C'oonihs, forty-IHe stars old,
formerly of SIC llitddon axenue. I'.tuf
den, was Identified li. his father. Mat
thew Coombs, through a )hotop;r.ili In
the Kvu.iNfi I'Uiu.io I.P.nuKH. an en
listed man of the heavy artillery over
Standing beside one of tho American
big guns now hammering the Herman
lines In France, tho lounger I'ootuhVs
features were very clenr In tho nhoto-
graph I.fforts nre being made by ldi
father through thn committee on public
Information, which supplied the. rlglnal
picture, to locate the misting son
35,000 VOLUNTEERS VlNTEU
Clu . Men Afketl lo Enlll for Lint,
Wii,liliiKlnii, Nov fi. A drlM' to n
rure 3R.00O volunteers from limited serv
ice men, urgently needed to fill special
posts In the ,11 my, has been begun In
the Department of Labor's employment
service at tho request of the Wur De
partment. The men ar wanted tor duty
In this country nnd will bo used to re-1
least more attlvc men for service over i
Only t"'l.it.s 1-V registrants certified,
for limited service will be taken. All
men volunteering will be Inducted Into
the ranks ns privates, and promotlLii to
higher grades will depend on ability i
Some r.t the lines In which Unilted-serv-Ice
men aro needed nnd tin number
wanted ale: Asscmbleis. L'tXiU ; chauf
feurs. CStili; clerk". J 10! : cook", 700; la-1
boreri), 3175; ineeluinlcs, 1450; motor
cyclo ill Iters. 122S; ti.insmNslon men.
1500, and tire rtpalieis, 400. niu news
paperman and three niolioti-plctme tx-1
perts also are wanted.
BOK PRAISES BRAVE
Saw Pennsylvania Rons in Ac
tion During Argonne Drive
and Describes Courasit:
ndwnnl llok. dehor of tic Ladles'
Home Journal, saw Pennsylvania bnvs
of the Kcvonts -ninth Dlvlalon before nnd
during their drive on the Argonne,
forest. Some Idea of the reckless bravery
with which they fought the Hermans Is
given by him In mcutlnulng the casualties
Mr. llok spoke last night at Oveibrook
Presbyterian I'lmrtli undir the auspices
of the Merlon Civic nt'l.itlnn, nnd he'
told many angles of the lighting over-i
During Mi tour nbmad. Mr Dote
visited the American, lliltlsh and Kretieh
fonts, and he spent otiie time In l.'ng-
Inn.l ll.l.a... I... t.iltf..l .. I..1. V.l...l..1
ll.l.Vi, ,......- ...- ......l ...)l .1UIIIII..1
Sims nnd lCliigJ(Teorge lie aNo spent
some time with the (irnud I'bet in Iho
North Re.'t In (til, he inveieil ubout
1500 miles In autonioblles
Of tho lighting In the Aigonne fnnst
he salil h" saw two .ompanlts of inn
men go Into action and come out with
only 130 men
King (leoige has a great ailm i iti.m
for American soldiers, .Mr Itok s.thl, .uni
never loses a chance lo visit the I'lini"
where American are On one of thise
occasions the King nppinnehcd a squad
of soldiers and asked the custom.uy
questions as to the ilghteis' health, llnlr
families and so on.
As tho King was mining niu "lie
American nudged his neighbor.
"Who's that 'bug?'" the soldier askul
"Sli! Tim Cm the King'" inutlomd
"Tho King of what?" the (list s.,1
"Why. he's the King o' :ngii,ii
c.une back the information
"King o' nothln"! If he's t King
white In It .1 Is his crown'"'
W AN AMAKER'S
Store Opens 9 A. iW.
Store Closes 5.30 P. M. W AN AiVl AKER'S '
'lim.Hlth! I'lilli.hl W M. ...... II.......
(-V1.1. - tilewskl, Juhnstonn. H.mlfl ll
11 .Nelll, I'lttiliun-h, l!ut I'almurui. Wln
burne IMnanl llnrhe. 33l I.ast Columbia
HEIMJBANT- t'larenee It. .Vliihener. CjU-'tf
Old Vork load. PiUladi'lphln.
Ctmi'Olt.VI.S Ilomeii J. Ilcmer. Williams
port Philip I) fnuke, Pittsburgh. John
lllchard lllhbard. Plttuburiili. Poster Dennla.
Heranlnu, IMnard J. iiuun.ll t'lt'.l.uri'ii.
John llerninl lluwe. Khenandoah. Paul It.
MKCHAMO -John '. lVeil. 3S7S Cedar
COOK --Hen Franklin All. n. Harm,.
PRIVATUM Oswln C Jleas. Coopersburg;
John J. Carney. L'.'ai; f..utli l.inhi.eiitli sirvfi
Philadelphia Jnhn W Cilllua. Cre,uns.
Fehuylklll Cuuntt William liorsinen. Ileum.
Hvhert l'atil llallanher, tlallltln: Mlihnel J.
Olllen. sioranton; t;eorge Hughes, st-iauton;
Loons Jolhur, MeKeesport; Thomas w.
Jones. Taj lor, John Killev. Hcranton; An
thonv Jocepli UunleM, New Ivcn.lnKtun,
Lloyd Ie Itov Layton, llr.i ! for.l : David It.
l.euls, Hnzelton tltlshts. John W Uiikett.
e.lbfl Iiwton streot. Philadelphia; Stephen
J. I.upjnk, Porcst Clt ; Wad.i K Mali k.
Allentown; William (Irnham Inrkley, t,ew
Iston. William P. Huitmll, t'Jua lb no street.
Philadelphia; William David llle,- 'jutY
North Twenty-fourth street, Philadelphia;
William T Hrown. Diwanu. Harry K. I.ber
ly. Headline: Julius Krledmin. 17011 North
rlfty-sceond street, Philadelphia, Cllmannl
Ouldo, Krlo, Prank W. Ilcndrick. 51ol Mar
ket street. Philadelphia. Itny C. llllborn.
Kda-ewnod Park; Leonard J. Hill. 77- North
Twenty-sixth street. Philadelphia; lletiri:.. H.
Heaeox. Derr-; Willlum Henry Hernhrode.
Plttiburchs Andrew Juble, Wllkes-Ilarre;
William Kelly, TIJloute; Aaron Krell, V'nn
dersrlft: Paul Jleltrer. PlttsburKh; Clareneo
J. Potorff. Aspere: Itaymoml PotteUrr. Har
rlaburg; Kmery UuKeno Poller. Carbumlalo;
tharles Itollin Heeirr, York Cbd. A
shultz. Cashtown; Curl I. Stenberic. Kane.
Harold J. Htokes. Columblat Clinrire C.
Thomat. 3101 w'allace street. Philadelphia.
Zlgmund ZakrzeHskl, Plttabursh.
MUsIng In Action
rniVATCS Charles A. Ilaslev. Auden
reld, Carbon c'ountyj John J. Itcueliert, Trie:
Jlny lallou Ooehenauer, Harrlshurg; Sam
uel A. Howe Conneilaville: I'tter linwin.ki
fleranton; Plojd II. Sentt, Vnnderifrltt
Jlelihta; Thomas Jett White, Jlunaon.
Killed In Arllou
PMVATr.B - John A P.nellsli Laat
Oranrn; Joseph J. Han. Llizabcth, Stanla
law Uozenakl, Jersey City.
We Will Renew
Rtttorlntr 11 tlm original btautr
and lunter to the fabric, ut a ery
mouerato cost. 1
Jim tukes his vacation by staying
rivvay from the olllce Saturdays. And
what n glorious 1 1 mo lio does havs!
He's on the golf links tit early peep of
tfpavn, and though I'm sure hn eats
nhlity of lunch at that nineteenth liolo
po's nlwnys talking about, he's always
slarved to death when he gets home.
So Saturday night's dinner Is itlwavs
tli.it substantial affair that u hungry
If I gave lilui all ho says he wants,
wed havo to llvn on blend and witter
for tint next two weeks. Hut he's never
hungry when Unit meal Is over, nnd tho
way Pdo It Is to flavor things with that
miracle-worker At Sauce. It's won
derful the way you can slrttcli things
with that Bauee.
Kor Instance. Inst Satitrduy 1 had
baked veal loaf. I took some left-over
veal and one-iuartrr of a pound of salt
pork ami put them through tluT meat
rhopier. I added pepper, salt, a cup of
dried breadcrumbs, half h cup of boiling
water, half it cup of milk nnd last, but
not least, a tablcsnoonful of llranil's At
Haure, r mixed tt nil together, pressed
It Into n deep pan, added it tenspoonful
of grated onion, covered with paper nnd
liaked It slowly for two hours.
You've) ' Ueu how much cheaper
that vvaij Hum any roust could have
been and how much better. That At
Haura it cvtalnly wonderful) And best
Utall, Jim tiilnk so, top.-rAtiV,
- U -ri.
Md V litjr II illh
slT Nnrth Tvtvuty-liltcli slr.el 1'lilla-
delphU. John 1' V ..r.lihuut. 31 I lllv. r atreel
Hoouk n N J . Joseph l'. alru. Mi Adoo.
UdiiiiiIiiI In Vetlon llleeree I'nili lennlnedl I
1're-t. itkti-.IT, Keporleil .vii.iiik in veiioni
PUIVATL Jnhn ltavmulld Churd. 1401
Walnut ttr.et Phil id. iplihi.
Prisoner (l'rellou-1) Itepiirted Killed In
Ac II. .ill
coltPttltAl. John Alutslus lire, n New
IliunswitU. N. .1
Sllichtlv Wounded 111 Action (Prcttou-I. lie- j
ported Vllv.lnic In itiou)
Lti:i'Ti:NANT William C. Ilrookcr
T.i npa. Pl
PHIVATK Hoy i: Claweon. oungwood. ,
Prl-oner U'rctlou.! Keporleil VIUlm; In i
CllllI'OllAI. tl'urk'1 llarnson llaslain. .
Carllsli. Pa '
I'ltlWl'H Anthull I atalono. tC'll I.ibeitt
live llruoklMl j
la llo-nital Slik IPretlou-lr llrnortcd .Vllns-
Ine In Vetlon)
PUIVATi: Prid.rlik le W. fcteitter. Har
ristmrg Pa I
Itrturned to Dull (I'retlJiiih Itrpnrled Ml-...-
lug In Allium '
SKKttKANT John Jonepli Shanahan. HI'S
North llliks strut Philadelphia
l UHPOllAI. Adam II. Maluuo. Hnkorv
I'ltlV'VTLS laeoh llednani 041 Twelftl.
street. I.rle. Pa . William DrodKoll. 4ih1
Cut. II nll..t Plttalmrah Almoin IUijdh, Old
Kors'. Pa.. Andrews Sprlnatleld Hndley
lleaill. N J . Samuel Wiener 03J N'orlh
Second street. Phlladilphia . Itussel L Shan
non Lanafnnl. Pa
Popular Pricesor Pattkular People
Re: Sausage Time
(JTT When the "Frost is on
the punkin"and its tang
Is in the air, everybody
is reminded that sausage
time is here.
AppetUlng to the "nth" de
gtee is the savory odor that
assails one from the kitchen
where this succulent dish of
delicious, dessicated little
porkers is browning over
the hot coals for your Break
fast. And it's quite as pala
table for luncheon, while
records show it's even in
dulged in for dinner.
Our sausages are specially
prepared in the country, ex-
cluslvely forCheri, after an"
Popular Prices for Particular
People will prevail as the
war-time economy of Cherl.
132 South 15th St. ( op" )
124 South 13th St. ( oV" )
. O. PATTON, 'PrcslJent
For Stiff Necks
and Sore Throats
and even "swallowing
a bitter pill" are again
possible after a liberal
originated by Dr. Jules
Bengue of Paris.
This famous French
preparation has been
highly recommended for
twenty-five years by doc
tors, both here and abroad,
for its soothing, healing
and refreshing qualities.
Be sure you get the orig
inal, which can be had at
most drug stores, in spite
of war conditions.
, Get a tube today.
THOS. LEEMING & CO.
American Afents New York
Can Be Relieved!
C. J. 7cpjxt & Son, Philadelphia Representatives
This marvelous creation of
science has two new powers.
First, it will entertain,
you exactly as a great artist
at a concert. You may sit at
homo in your favorite arm
chair and actually listen to
the artist's playing.
rfirt Hf1 1SW 1 1
Made onlu in the '
Steck and Stroud Piano
Then, If you like, you can
yourself take your favorite
music roll and play it on the Duo-Art as you have never
played it before. There is no pumping, only two little
devices one for each hand extremely simple; but the
improved powers of expression and interpretation far sur
pass the greatest developments in ordinary player-pianos.
You have music-comfort with the Duo-Art.
Come In and let us demonstrate its most marvelous
powers, or let us send you a catalogue.
C, J. HEPPE & SON
1117-1119 Chestnut Street 6th and Thompson Streets
wim Sftaiiifs Store at Waiimmal&es09
New Silk Dresses Are 1-3 to 1-2 jUnderprice at
$16.50 and $19.50
New and fashionable frocks of splendid materials which we were fortunately able to
mark very low some at less than the regular wholesale prices!
They are ever so pretty and are made in a score of ways, all new and all fashion
able. Sizes 16 to 44, but not in every style.
Most of these dresses are of satin of a
heavy, g'ood quality. Some have accordion
pleated skirts, one is draped with Georgette and
fringed. Others are made with the new cowl
collar, made collarless or with rolling collars of
white satin. Some samples are also in this group
and they are prizes. Navy, black and taupe are
At $19.50 .
Georgette crepe is the principal material
used in these frocks, which are quite nice enough
for any afternoon occasion. Some are quite
elaborately beaded, some are embroidered or
braided and a great many show clever combina
tions of satin and crepe. The draping of the
skirts is worth special notice. They are in taupe,
brown, black and navy.
Silk Waists That
Take a Practical
Youiifr biiMiioss women have
boon iibkiiiK for tailored waists of
silk, as they find thorn tho mo.-l
practical and comfoitablo waUts
they can wear. New ones of white
tub silk havo satin .stripe- of
black, blue, lavender, red or with
combination stripes. Thev all
havo collars that ran bo worn
high or low and are simply tai
Striped Taffeta Blouses
in Suit Colors
Simple, tailored waists of ex
cellent talTcta aie in the liehett,
prettiest colorings you can imag
ine shades to haiinonizo with
any of tho pretty suits and skiits
of Winter. These, too, have con
vertible collars. $4.Ji.) and S3.
I Cozy Nightie
is of soft flannellet in pink and
blue stripes. The double yoke
is hemstitched and there are
long sleeves. $1.63.
All at Special Prices
Soft, lustrous taffeta in many
plain and beautiful changeable
lines. Plenty of navy blue anil
black among them. There is a
deep flounce anil elastic at the top.
Two styles of petticoat at this
price. One has a silk jersey top
and a rustling messaline bottom
in plain or changeable colors. Tho
other is of soft, lustrous messa
line in plain colors the shatles
most in demand this season.
Just the Day to Pick
Up a Skirt for Little
.Splendid separate skirts in stwcuil groups aro
mostly sample,?, but -oincwhere among them jott
will find your size.
At $3 Special skirts of plaid aro mostly in
daik or medium color combinations of all the new
colors. There are about 80 of those.
At $0.73 A good lot of excellent pleated plaid
skiits and a few nanowcr skirts with pockets.
At S7.30 Hlack and nnvy blue serge skirts,
skirts of wool poplin and many plaids, as well as
skiits of wool crepe, charmeuse and satin ale in
At $10 there aie a few skiits of velveteen and
And at $12.50
123 skitts of plain ami stiiped wool vclour, of
serge and of plaid aie in this group.
35c, Three for 1
They are in many designs and colors in the large
open-end four-in-hand shape.
Men's Good Black Shoes
They are on the fashionable English last or in
wide toe shapes. $4.25 a pair.
This is a Good Time
for a Woman to
Need a Coat
Good because she can get so much more
for her money than she will expect.
For instance a new vclour coat which has
just arrived is marked $39.73, nnd we liave
hud the exnet coat in our own stock marked
at about $13 more. This new arrival oamo
in a special lot hence the saving.
It is of soft, thick velour cut on plain
lines, with heavy hand-embroidery adorning
tho back nnd the set-in vertical pockets. The
collar is of nutria, and the coat, whieh has a
wide sweep, is lined throughout with silk. In
dark green, brown and reindeer at $39.73.
Silvertone With a Fur Collar, $55
Another special coat. This, also, is very
soft and is to b; had in Oxford, taupe, rein
deer and cocoa brown, with a collar of near
seal or nutria. It is lined from "neck to hem
with figured silk.
Many Styles of Fine, Warm
Coats at $25
Coats of velour with kit-coney collars arc
in more than five different styles.
Rurella coats are nlso present in the group.
Silvertip coats with large patch pockets arc
adorned with large buttons.
Unusually full is a coat model of heavy,
linn velour that will give plenty of warmth.
Some coats of velour have beaver fur cloth
collars, cuffs and bands at the bottom.
Splendid plain-tailored coats of pompom
have full skirts.
Almost all aie fully lined.
Special at 35c
Special at a Yard
:i3-inch chiffon taffeta in
navy blue, Copenhagen blue
and black would be regularly
1000 Pair of Women's Black
Kidskin Shoes at $4.90
Thoy aro In button style on long slender lasts with high, straight
heels and welted soles.
At $3.40 a pair, women's shoes of black patent leather have gray
cloth tops that lace high. Thev havo curved heels and welted soles.
At $2.83 a pair, black patent leather button shoes have cloth or
kid tops, welted soles and high, curved heel-. A few arc also in lace
of heavy black or tan leather are made by a manufactuicr who makes
shoes for the army. ' Ho usetl tho same lasts for these. $4.05 a pair.
Hoys' shoes of serviceable black leather, in sizes1 10 to (1, are $3
a pair and $1.
Dark tan lace shoes for children who wear sizes 8-. to 2 are cut
quite high and made on sensible toe lnsts with welted soles. $1 and
$4.50 a pair.
Women's Spats Special at $1 Pair
White, chamois nnd tan color spats button high.
This is your chance to mako your low .-hoes lust longer and be
These Newcomers to the Men's
Store Look Like Winter
They are big, warm overcoats of heavy, all-wool materials, cut the
way men like them cut. Some are double-breasted ulsterettes which
means they are a little shorter and toppier than ulsters others are
double-breasted waistline coats. Both are in good Winter mixtures
and dark blue, nnd the collars can be worn open or buttoned close
under the chin.
They'll hold their own against any Winter storm that blows.
Other good Winter overcoats for men are priced as low as $23.50,
Attractive New Coats for
Warmth and comfort is tho first consideration,
but these good-looking coats are not lacking m
One of very heavy khaki color jersey with a
rough finish has a yoke back with a large box pleat.
It is belted, has pockets, nnd the collar buttons
snugly mound the neck. Sketched. $25.
Another of khaki-color cheviot has four patch
pockets, a Sum Biownc belt and a collar that but
tons high. $25.
Silk and Serge
makes a most attractive dress for girls of 14 to
10 vears. It has a soft wash satin blouse that but-
J tons on to a plaid serge skirt. The skirt has tt
big box pleat front and back and u wide velvet
Good Choosing Still Among Fine Wilton Rugs
If you go to the other stores and look you will appreciate perhaps
more keenly just how good these rugs are. In the ordinary way they
would have to be marked almost half again as much. They are the best
and heaviest rugs of their kind, giving the maximum of service and being
good to look at as well. The patterns are mostly of oriental origin and the
colorings are soft enough to suit most any room. A good many people
have been buying these rugs for offices, too.
Rugs at Reduced Prices
8.3x10.6 feet, $66.50
9x12 feet, $69
9x15 feet, $97.50
20 x 36 inches, $1.25 ' 27 x 54 Inches, $2.50
Tapestry Brussels rues, $23.
Wool-nnd-flber rugs, S10.
Wool velvet rugs, $27.50.
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