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HAS 180 DEAD
Large Proportion of Fatali-
lies in Gen. Pershing's
12 KIli.LKL) IN ACTIOX
"9 Sit4t:niuil)c(l to .Wounds. 78
to Disease and One lo Acei-
dealt Dav's Total 529
' Washington, Vox'. 6.
Tiiei proportion of fatalities In Cicn-
r I Pershing's casualty report for today
Is a train' unusually larrje 180 out of n.
total of' R2J. 4 2 of the number xtoro
kllleil IjA action, .59 miccumlieel to xvouncls
, rwtlvcil In battle, 7S cllcil of disease
and on'n was a Ictlm of accident. The
xvountle-.il number 133 and 10 nro te-
cortlotV as mUslnp. Summarized, tho
losw lo date nre:
Ileportcd Nov. fi. Totals
Killed In action 42 11,223
Hied o'f wounds 61 4,244
Wert-of dlscnse 7.8 3.041
Died of nccldents and
other eludes 1 1.10
Mlsslnff In n.ctlon (Include
Ine prisoners) .. .. 1 .2S4
Wounded 33! 3T.206
Grand total 529 Bl.nOl
Killed In Action
!,1EPTE?.NT COI.ONi:!. Kniorj- Jenlson
Pike. Den Mnlnen, Is.
MEUTHTCANT Arthur Welter llronkbn,
N r. ,
J I)lrl of Mnunils
MEL'TMSANTS Oeorw V Itolil'n. Al
bany, Jlo; Arthur D .Mnrnh. Ulalr, Neb
Died 'rom Arrldenl,nnil other Causes
I.IIIHTK.V.XNT Delmiir II. Mocker. Tunk
Wounded Sexerelj In Action
Hcnrv p T.riftr. KlnicMon N. Y.
Wounded (Ilelsreei I'nilctenntneit)
CAi'TAtM Henri- l Cormcruls Atlanta.
LIEUTENANTS Harvey O Thomas, Mnn.
tlcello, link, Wllllnm HIM Kltzvernlil. Kali,
maxoo. Mich. Laurence 0. Ilanes, Kaufmin.
Tex,. Alton C. Hawkes, 11-mt Wemnuth.
Max., Krnnk- Arthur Iml. Wild Hose. Wis,,
Krederkk II. Joekei, (llddlnss, Tex.
rntVATE Anthony Ilafell. Pateraont
Jhftrle-i J flhlmle, I III. Allen avenue. Had
louritUli Hiiro 8 Van Kirk, Princeton,
Mcuimlrd (Decree I'mletrrmlnril)
i'ikik J -hit O'Keefi Iluuoken
I'llIVATIlS -Joncph Ilmcnrd. New limns
rtleh, JuJiil 1 llroiniy, West .New lurk.
Killed In Action
t'lllx ATK Josiph I.. Jlurrny. ikillimore.
Died F Minimis
rttlV.VlU Thoinaa Moran, lliltlmore
llled nf Disease,
t Oni'Oll.Mr l.utlier l I'rlrker, Haiti-
riliVVrnti Thoniaa 11. Ivens. xi'ortoni
Alkcrt II. Hreen, Anuavolts
Wiiumlril ." 1 1 B 1 1 1 1 In Action
riHVATIJ 1'itderlck Huron. Italtln-.ore.
Wounded (Decree I ntleterinlned)
1111 V.VTtt John 1". noonex. frontliure.
Killed In Action
miVATE I'liuite II Vaushn. Alexan
dria Died of Ill.rj.e
1TIIVATKS llrrmon llarsls. Murphy
crank Sweeney AlcCrcadj.
Hounded (Decree riiilelerinlnrd)
-S!J"UIiAN.TT'l''1 T ''''. "ale city;
William II lloherla. Junenxlllo
PREPARED TO SEND
6000 MEN TO CAMP
'EVEOTNG PUJBLIO LfeDG-ER PHILADELPHIA', WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1018
SCHWAB FOR SHIP CONTROL
Stale Draft Hoard Completes
Train Schedules for MoVc-
nicnt Next Week
Wounded Silently In Action
LIEUTENANTS Howard Hosier. Mur
freeaboro, Tenn. , i:dln V O'Douxherly.
Killed In Aetlnn
SF.ItdllANT Jareh M. IMII. Plinhury.
PRIVArr.B WIIIIjmi Hurl lloltz. Du-
nuie; Andrew M Hnrlrmn Erie, UHam
.1 Haaaon. 2.MI) South Krnnt utrtet. I'nll.l
dclnhtfi. Joir.Tih It Mrbiir. I..itrobo. Hal
mond Vanhorn, I)orranci;iown, Wailo Charles
D'ed at louml
SERGEANT Albert I!. Shoimaker I'ham
berahurp. COWOHAI.S Joaeph CllanKrero. 2tl7
North htell.x atreet. I'lillatlelphlu, llonanl
PIIIVATB8 Umllln Anton. Hi. 'Ibrtv1 .Nniinher 14 lln
Tloua County, Clarence I'mueron MeHparf, S.I. No. 111. m: No.
Dayton, William J waru. I'lttauurKn. aii
rir .1 r,.tlM l'JIn Vnrth Ituli'hlnKon atreit.
rhlladelphla. Wilbur I.. Wcnts. Welaaport. 1 1.1. No. .Ill, IS. No ai. Is,
llaymnnd S. Milonls.u. I'ottersdalo. tllen 37. ..!. No as 1; No 7.
Dal- MeKlnneyNcw Oalllee. . ancl No. 4.1. 1.
r . Noember Tt Hoard No
Train Kcliedules for the mooment of
more than 0000 men called to ro to
Camp Meade tint! Camp Crane next week
have heen completed at Stnto draft head-
nuarieri and tho men will entrain on
November 11. 12. 13, 14 and 15
The train schedules for tho Camp
Oreenleaf movement, uMcli was to hae
t.iKen place la?t month, but tr post,
poned, hao not been anno'in"ed The
quotas Riven for this month stand and
the men Vailed for this camp will bo at a
later date The call has pot been can
celed. The o!untary period on the call for
unite men for stenographers, typists,
clerks, lumbermen, stationary enclneers
and firemen will expire Xn ember 20 nnd
they will entrain for Columbus liar
racks November 25.
Tho calls for I'hllatlelphlan-? follow:
November 11 Hoard No 1 211 No. '.'. ill
No S. It. No 4 41. o .". II. No. fi J8;
No. 7. Ill: No K ai . Xol li. 14: No. 1ft. S;
No. 211. 7. No -Z2 3-2 No i.1 0, No. ;. 3,
No. 32. 17, No 3.1. 17. No. 3.1 14l No. .VI,
IB: No. 40. 23. Vo 41. ft. No 4. ir,; No III,
.111 No. 4S. 4 No. 4'l. h npd No. M 10
November 12 Hoard No 3t, ft: No 47.
IS No is, 11. No. s, 04, No ,r n N
II! d: No 17. I: No 111, IS; No. 11. Ill
No 12. 13. No 13, 14; No It, 1.1; No. 24,
N No 2.1 11. No 20 11. No. 2S, .1: No.
I vy. i. M. -in. .1. .No 31. 1 4. No. ail, 21:
..... u,. ... ..,. ..-. o, .lu 1., l o. II.
n. No. 45, 12. and No. BO. 3.
SHIPW0RKERS' CLUB '
IN HISTORIC HOME
Lamlrelli xMaiiMon. ittult in
17.V2, Heing Prepared for
Use liy Ilarriman Employes
A modern elubhoiiae is belnc prep.ired
for the sh'pworkers of the Merelmntn'
Shipbuilding Corpor.itlni ai Hnrrlnnn.
Tho nnclcnt I-anclreth mansion, lust
north of the shipyard, or Hloomidalo,
ttlth Itn fifteen acres of lawn nnd shade
trees. Is belnc remodeled to make a rec
reation spot for the workers.
The new Institution will be known as
tho Harrlman Club, and It v-ns Inunehed
nbout a wcel: npo in the Y. M C. A
bulldlns of tho shipyard
Tho .officers chosen to direct the no
tlxltles of the club' for the ttr-t year nro
W. T. Smith, president : i: 1 Tries, vice
president, and A. K, Copel.md, sicn-iary-treasurer
The mansion was built In 1732 by a
man named N'ottnacRle. itnd was neon
pled by hlj frmlly until about 1S12.
About that tlmo the property was mr
chased bv John New bold, later pninj; i(
His n"phew, Charles Holmes. In 1817
'Daxld r.andreth, of t'hll.idelphla, bought i
layerout ahopa nf tho l'uaey Jones yard
new -'lightning conductor." Ho la
M s Dlrklnaon, who recently s ap
Polnid general foreman of tho combined
Minor rdcnr lllrrlirdl Is th latt't re.
crull of the l-u-- H Jones Innd. Ho Is
nernid d us on" of the ' bc- plreoloers
ever an I Is () gratinntn of the Nap', a Con
pernitorj su-nor itliriardt to-"nl muslesl
art trininrarlly to do his hit In the general
torca department of tho rompam
w ! Keck, tiub.leltv manac-r of the
I j xnrds la recovering from a aexero
.hum ii oi innu-nin nt h'a homo in camup-i.
The fntle.t rhetrr In cnntltlM. This Is
: ,V"y I-1"1 'ariwnter 1 introdii'-ed hy
ln I in Jnn.a tir a enlherers lie (li
in- bean at -.' t. noiiid. nnd t'-ero Is some
ateam ls-hlnd tlie rlvi-la he drlvea.
I;- 1.. MlMleswnrlli, chlf of tie ralnlera
t ' '', '
J i ..ii, iit,..aw
Suggests Fc'tlpnil ()wner.liip as
Solution of Mnrilimc l'roblrin
Charles M Schwab, director ceneral of
the KnitrRcncv I-'leet Corporation, Is
back on the Job after an attack that bor
doted a serious Illness.
Mr. Schwab said the tlmo hnd ar
rled to consider seriously tho after-the- .
war shipping cpiestloii as he deemed It
the ninet Imixirtnnt Internal ipiestlon
with which tho nation bad to deal
lie laid he saw no tremendous forelRIl
business to arise out of pence, but felt
that the r.il!rn.i,la n,.. i,.ti,1itt.'.iitint, ,xi,i '
.lil.C Af fl n.lnl... ..L .. .- ',-' i "-,-. .
at the Merchania- jar, ..-Icbrote his f. rtj-1 " XL ''" "ail been bed bock so
aixil. blrihdi last Morula,. much by embnrp) on bulldlnR durltiK
.fane llolln, of the Merchanis' tniistrue
Hoti deiiir'rrent m i -klmr n .-omplumi-n-r
cotireo at the llarrlmnn ahlpvard
Mls Or, .tnrk, of the Merchcnls- tahu
latlng department l a-jaln punhlng her
tual; In the htg ahlpbull.llne- proiram after
a lslt to her honi" In trubemiif, n
Miss Mm llnllr of the M'rrllnnta' change
oriter deiisrtment also went - -. leitlnu '
apcndlnj tho week end In New York
DISTRIBUTE FOOD IU LINGS
Women's Orputiialinin Ilcgin l)icini.
tuition Atiiciiu; IIotirk.ccpcr
Severnl thous-incl women, composini:
tho 1'hlladilphla food army, todav ln-gnn
tho distribution of food rulings In ti
city, mi Individual housekeepers .11
know prcclfi-ly what Is asked of tlum
All the women h orBnnizatlons are
the war that thero would be plenty of I
work for a tlmo to brine conditions back i
"I think we should have some method
uhreebv we e.m operate this nre.it fle-t ,
after the war." continued Mr Schwab, i
1 think perhaps Ooiernment control or ,
ownership of this Meet max- tell the '
story, ns this is a form of ship subsidy.
I think everybody should be willing to
pay n share of operating, this fleet and
tho rest of us ought to be wllllnp; to
view matters In that Hitht
"One think Is absulutel certain- -lrrtxn.tr
ownership cannot operate this
fleet under the present conditions and
laws, nnd this Is a matter on which we
should lifi;In work nt once
DOWM STAIRS STORE
,w. -,,. , At Wanamaker's
the place nnd rtabllsh-d a seed farm .?,''TV,!,,,l;l"!.,i" f?;T'm,l,1",,rn.
n.eo ,,!.,, ,n,. ,,,,. ii,, - 'Hon In rllmlnntlnK one or the i:rinti-t
there, plnntlnt: many line trees, now .handicaps the orjriinUatlon h is bad .'-,
standlns. Tho mansion was. purchased
from tho Landreth family by tho Mer
cantE' Shlpbulldlnp Corporation
WOMAN ATHLETE AT SHIPYARD
Mn. Riia Sullivan Swimming In
structor at llarriinan
Ml" Itlta Sulll-in Is swlinminp i i
structor nt the Merehnnis' Shlpjanl nt
She Is the daughter of ".lick' CnoU. a
ball plaer of Trenton, and a cousin of
lilladelphla ".lack" O llrlen. renowne
Conke, c-nunlv food nilmlnistrntnr 1- eni,
Iblent that this nrmy of women will do
much to Increase food conserxntion T'i
women xvlll net ns n illstrlbutlne no.
npencx" for the rullnRS and suggotlous of
I the administration, nnd It Is bellexcil the
liousexxlxes will more engerly co-opcrnt-If
thev nro told Individually about tm
situation. , fllllcer.s of the nrmy wear an Iti-sij; i
"f blue felt, embroidered with the s.a'
"f the food ndmlnlstrntlou on the u.'t
M'r of the coat Just aboxe the i-ntT
I'hi-lr rank Is deslKnat'd bv Bold a unci
bain .Mrs llnrrv C. tliiden. as illrem.r
f the wunii'ti'fl dlxlslnn of the food i mi
, rxntion In I'hllaili-lnhla Cmmtx is
in minal head of the local fond iirtnx
Died of l)ien-.e
COni'OHAIc Thomas II MeD.lld. 1702
North Twenty--lghlh atreet. I'hlUiJ.'Iphl.i.
WAOONBItH- Albert V. llulihiilk. Han
uor, Leonard Valentine. Kulpmont.
I'lllVATES lolin A Klynn. IMd forge
Horouh; John Ouzzara. 25 XVatklna atreet.
Philadelphia, .Mi rle Onnta, Scotland. Joseph
1C. McUeiMrkx Olelialde, lleon." II. Xlojcr,
Nox-cmher 13 Hoard No. 1, 23: No. 2. Is
No .1, t:l. No. 5. 2S, No li 113. No. 7, IS!
No. S. 2.1. No. 8. 23. No 111. IS. No. 211. 13:
No 22. 23: No. 23 13, nnd Vo 27. IS.
ard No. 33, 2.1: No. 33,
1. 13 Vn. 1 IN: No.
i:s, -;c: no. so i;i; no. s-i. im. no. a.' 13
No. .10, I'l No. 21 13, No 2,1. 1. No. 2S,
is, no. an, 13: No.
IS. No. 44, 13
an. 23 No. 40.
23: No 41 1S; No. 12. Is. No. HI. IS' No
I IS. IN. No 4!l, IK: No. .11. 13: No 1.1, 23,
No 1U. 13, No. 43. IS, No. Is. 18, No 21
J I, No. 31. 13. and No. 47, 1
puslll't Furthermore1, she was married "Ulcers nnd prlntcs xvlll be appointed uh
to u younir man oearinp; me immortal un urniy Krowa. ii is ppei-ie-u n
nmo of John I. Sulllxan i women will be enll.ttd In tho work
.Before sho bec-Hin iploid In tin within a short time.
Gordon o'llco at tho shipyard. Mrs Sulll- ':
van was nn Instructor In tho Trenton
Playgrounds and taught swImmlnK In i
that city nnd 1'hllauelphl.i. She- s.tys ,
sho can scarcely remember when she
learned to Httlin. In turn she mastered
tennis, basketball and other sports and '
uccamc- a prominent llsure In tlie world
of women athletes
Sounds alrnnge to hear of u nolli-e offiflil
eonrlneu cxn If it tie in u detention hos ,
pltal. Cliplaln K It Horn'r -if the M -r-I
chants' fnrco nt Harrlman has spent aex
er.il weeks In the detention l.oapltul. and i -much
better for tho care-, bclnn on the high I
road to re-xoxcrj.
The next Liiinchlnc at Harrlrnin s-v lit he,
mnrked by more louale than heretofore
The XI s C bond I. being augment! d to i
UK) plecea Another feature will b,- the
addition of n bugle corns, consisting of te '
bjalera and an -una I number of drummers
The chief clerk of the llltz.J'arlton M'll '
Ham 1. Iljff has l-exerisl his retellona xuMi
that hotel to beei ne ne-ilsunt manager of
the Emergency Fleet Hotel. Incidental!
Puff la meeting man, old friends ui the I
V 11 Honest'
deportment of tho
IT'S A FIRST AID
to economy in the kitchen.
WastcfuliK'ss is to he
avoided. Begin with food.
Make second cuts equal
to first. Make food palat
(THE ORIGINAL WORCCSTCnSHIRS
Use it ill the kitchen.
Q O Vanity Fair I
I llwk & fi. .
I Stop licrc I
You Are! I
I Don't go to that dinner &
t party tonight until on B
luc reoil Vnnity Tnir 3
n IfTou winf f nugnf tue and lindU I
g tbn dinner party, to enjnv it your- J D
B ll and mike other i enjoy it , to t 1
talk eii!r rn all the moit HMruifer1 Q
W htpptnmri rf tlie aocial, irtntic, I
K and intrllrcttiat world, to to a f fl
M newtitand and Imy a tojy of the, t, D
NOVEMBER j j
I Out today 35 cenU ffl 3
STOLEN AUTO II IIS WOMAN:
jc. .xieuolilrlea e.ienauie, eieorko 11. xiojcr. i, ,-... n .., . I
AlleniovMii Joseph i Wmff, Axonmore, I red I outlintl- I urloincr Iviin I'nxbicians
D. Hklff Hayrc, Ile-rlieri E Unger, .Mulr. .. J
x.ar lino r-iouc wan
l.oroy H. Wentn I reek Mills
Hounded r-eerel,x In Action
IMIUA'CKS Stephin Chisllrl
l-opold. North Fifth
Ford, ncoi-ici- Nelson Laxelle. Wllke a-Harrc;
William I I-opoIU. Nortn 1 lltn aireei.
Vl'oiuided tllesree Fniletennlned)
SBRGKANTS Wilfred L Corin. West
IJethleheni! (leorge II Sells. Hen Avon.
I'OItl'OHAI.S- Kelster J. lloey Jeanetta;
Jj'i-ank P. Johnson. lcrry: tleorge U. Streak
er. (S014 XVIIlowa avi-nue, rhlladelphla:
tieorge V ltlndsley, 12 South Fifty-eighth
MRCHANIC Charles McFarland, llrazler
vllle. FRlVATi'.H- John R. Osrlacli. Lebanon.
Joseph H.erdj, Pittsburgh William II. Krnm
ines. Audenrled, Albetto l-achettt. Jloiana
ciua: Thomas XV lloblnson. Did Forge. Iald
Atkin. 1MU North Thiity-flrst atreet. Phila
delphia: Itusrel .XI lialabiugh. Harrlsburg;
Anthon llennett. Pttlock. Oliver 1'. Hen
nett. McKeesport, Oliver II. lllngham, Con
tlnental Title and Trust Company. 1'hlladel
uhla; Harry Cohen. 443 Croaa street. Phila
delphia; Nicholas llsou. Wllkes.Ilarre;
XValter Oreene. Cheowlcl. William O Ha.
german, Norwood: Clark v Hickman. Mount
Morris: Chnrlea J Horka. Arnot. Stewurt
c- Kephart. .Monument. William Leonard.
lr,42 Point Hreeie, axenue, I'hllad-lphla;
Clinton I, Lister. Altnoua, Vern Mel oy,
Know: Marlng Mellcer. Nequenhonlng: John
Mesktll. 41100 North Sixth street. 1'hlladel
rhla: Irwin I". JUiler. Hamburg. Hoy .1.
Miller, Fllckavllle: William A cl'Donnell.
Avnca: Klmer I). Rider. 3(32 Amber street,
Philadelphia: Merle A. Snnrtl. llutler, el
llngtnn Tiffany, Tunkhannoek: Harry 11.
xx'orthlngton. Clifton Heights. Dclaexare
Wounded Slightly In Action
SERGEANT Marcus Uennlson Uatei, Co
lumbia Cross Ilouds.
PRIVATCH Alexander llerhart. Wealb
erly: Frank J. Oood. Dayton: Hldney w
Johnson. Funxailtawnev; Joseph Thomas lu
hlex. Helvetia. Clearfield Countv; Charles
Burdlck. Layton. Ilradford; Mathew- .1
Morrow, Tlaston: Charles II. llaker. Jean
nette: Fredrlclc J O Endres. Altnonn: An
bury Taylor. Sll Eouth Hadolph street.
Philadelphia; Martin J. Murphy, 033 North
Thlrty-alxth atreet. Philadelphia, eiustlei F
Orso, Newborry; Eltaa sowan, Dubois.
-Missing In Acllon
COItroriAL, Harvard M'. Illxel, 332 I'res
ton atreet. Philadelphia
PIIIVATK Antonio Claudlosl. 323 North
nitty-fourth street. Philadelphia.
NFAV JKItSF.V ,
PHIVATK William J Benson Kejport
Died or lll-eilke
Mi:ciIA,NIC William Shannon HlUabeth
Mr. Jinbcl l'amell, 248 Armat stieet,
tirnadlwas struck by an nutomoblle at Alle
gheny avenuo and Salmon street today
and recelxed serious Injuries. The car,
which belonKcd to Pr William H
Scull, 302 1 Illchmond street, was stolen
by two boys while It xvas standing1 In
front of tho physician's home.
The automobile got beyond control of
the jounssters, and nfter striking Mrs.
F.trnell. dashed asalnst a stone wall,
'throwing the occupants to the Btrcet
They escaped unliuit The xvoman Is In
tho Episcopal Hospital.
WOMAN KILLED BY GAS
Relative of former Magistrate Call
Toum! Dead in Kitchen
Mrs. Catherine Kcrsythe, fifty-eight
5 ears old, 101 J AVest Somerset street,
was found dead from gas In the kitchen
of her home this morning She xxas
found bx- a relatlxe. Maurice Call son
of former Magistrate Joseph U. Call,
Last nignt, according to tne ponce,
Mrs. Korsythe placed a kettle ct xvater
on the stoxe. It Is supposed she fell
asleep and the xx-ater boiled oxer, ex
tinguishing the flames and allowing the
fumes to escape
Infants and Invalids
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
For infants, invalids sodgfowing children.
Pure nutrition, upbuildingtlt whole body.
Invigorate nursing mothers ui the aged.
More nutritious than tea, coffee, etc.
Instantly prepared. Requires no cooking.
Substitutes Coit YOU Same Price
iiJSanSltilmT Original SmflFTant
N Pq of Our 22 PaciSfe'Jrjp in U. S .A.
inousands or otewart motor
trucks are now in use in more than
500 American cities and I 5 foreign
Stewart production has doubled
and re-doubled to keep pace with
Quality trucks at quantity prices
are one reason.
Another' In five years no
Stewart has ever worn out.
3,4 ton .$950 1 ton. . .,.$1575
iy2 ton. .. .$1975 2 ton. .. .02575
312 ton. .. .$3500
All prices f. o. b. lluffato
L Car Company Jfpj
lS-r 128-140 North Broad St. , sJlr
Ta Dcl1 p,,one- Spruce 1060 ?
S$NV Vo,r,1'one Thone, Race 33S j&
V I i, -iJi.ifCvllkiliiiiiJ.sj.. 'aJtaAii'i'iiark.x.. w.. ..si,., ., .'-'.iAi '!.',,..
Unlike Topsy .
Swift & Company
Has Not "Jest Growed"
Swift tS: Company in fifty years of well ordered growth,
has become one of the great national services because
it has learned to do something for the American people
which they needed to have, done for them, in the way
in which they preferred to have it done.
It has met each successive demand, in the changing
conditions of national life, by getting good meat to
increasing millions effectively, efficiently, economically,
The Swift & Company packing plants,, refrigerator
cars, car routes, branch houses, organization, and person
nel of today are the practical solutions, born of practical
experience, to the food problems of a half a century.
Because of all of these elements working in cor
relation and unison, Swift & Company is able to supply
more and better meat to more people than would have been
possible otherwise, at a net profit per pound of meat so low
a, fraction of a cent) that the consumer price is practically
Strip away any portion of this vast, smooth-running
human machine, and you make a large part of the meat
supply uncertain, lose the benefit of half a century of
fruitful experience, and scatter the intelligent energies of
men who have devoted a life work toward meeting the
needs of a nation in one vital field.
Swift & Ciompany
U. S. A.
Ihepackinc industry will be mslledon request to
. Swift & Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois,
Seven Wholesale Distributing Markets '
Central Office, 9th and Girard Ave.
F. M. Hall, District Manager
SEVERAL h u n drcd
new velvet hats at
$3.75 form a vastly in
teresting group in the
Down Stairs Millinery
Store. They are mosth
in black with touches of
color in the trimming or
facings. Wonderfully at
tractive hats for such a
Warm Cardigan Jackets
As soon as tho cold weather conies aiound many
men go huntinK for some extra warmth. Cardigan
jackets In Wack and way are $1.75.
Men's Garters, 25c a Pair
They arc of socd, stronj' elastic in plain colors.
A Fountain Pen
is a i;ift that most any one likes to Ret. A man
in the service, pal ticularly, would certainly ho glad
to lpceivc one.
A good selection of Wanamaker, Waterman or
Schaefer fountain pens is here, many of them
self-fillers. They ai c plain or have gold fiUpd bands.
$1.50 to S7.
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There Are Really Warm Coats at Low Prices
in the Down Stairs Store
They arc good-looking, fashionable and xvcll-made, loo!
You can't go wrong when you buy a low-pricctl coat in the
Down Stairs Store, for you knoxv that it will be a good invest
ment to the very end and not an extravagance.
Coats of burella in brown
anil navy blue are belted in
back and have largci buckle.-.
They are fully gathered below
the waist and have large side
pockets. The linings are full
length. Fattening snugly up
arouml the neck, the laige
collar of the material smartly
tops each coat.
Coats of warm x clour in
navy blue and blown show
plain backs with gathers at
the belt, which exhibit a
slight military touch, with
tucks and large buttons. The
deep slot pockets hax-o lows
of buttons on them. The gen
erous collars arc finished with
bands of fur cloth. This
model is sketched.
Xavy blue, gieen or gi'ii1
mi.scd velour is attractive in
coats that have roll collars
nnd laige buttons of beaver
Inset pockets edged x ah
fur cloth add a new touch to
coats ot x'elour (taupe or navy
blue) that haxc collars also
edged with fur cloth.
The loose, full back is ei
tlent in coats of velour in bur
gundy, brown and navy blue.
The broatl collars and deep
cuffs aie of beaver fur cloth.
And at $23
Large, warm collars of kit
coney lur top snug coats of
velour In shades of burgundy,
brown, taupe, green anil navy
blue. There are se-cral mod
els to choose from.
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522.50 iy W S18
A half-doon pretty models in blown, blue-,
wistaria and black. Most of them have o-erskiit,
others have white satin collau or collarlcss necks.
Fox-oral good-looking models in navj. brown and
wistaria. Some have little vestecs of Georgette
"I'tpe, glistening satin collars and pretty overskirts.
At $19.75 to $25
Many pretty models, some braided, others em
broidered, some with collars, some without, but all
atti actively made. In nax'y blue, wistaiia and
Plenty of serviceable serges in navy blue and
black and made in any number of attractive models
arc also in this lot.
Special at $1.35 a Pair
(JraV or brown gloves of fine capeskin are
half pique or outseam sewn. They have em
broidery to matfrh on the backs and one clasp
at the "wrist.
The gloves arc easily woith a third more
Doesn't it remind you that Christmas is
for women are also made of washable cape
skin in gray or brown. They are full pique
sewn and haw two-tone embroidery on the
So many women like tho strap-wrist that
you will bp glad to know these arc special
ill $2.35 a pair.
There are dimities so sheer and
fine and flowered that bring vis
ions of dainty little sacques and
negligees, aprons and caps and all
the pretty little , thing3 that
women love to make and give
each other. They are 27 inches
wide and 35c a yard.
Flowered lawns arc lovely, too,
and are 27 inches wide and 30c a
Sweaters for the
For boys and girls of 2 years
to 14, wo have a largo assortment
of w ool sweaters in the Children's
Beginning nt '$.'1.50 for cunning
slipover sweaters in rose und Co
penhagen blue for the tots of 2
and 3 years, the sweaters tro un
through SI. 57, $7.50 to $11.50.
The last is for sweaters of blush
ed wool in dark green, rose and
The coat sweaters arc dandy
allies against bitter winds.
Medium weight silk mixed (a
mixture of silk, cotton nnd wool)
vests, drawers and union suits
nre just the right xvcight for now.
Vests with high neck anil long
or elboxv sleeves or with low neck
and elboxv sleeves arc $l.G.ri for
regular sizes; $1.85 for extra
Drawers that are knee or ankle
length are $1.65 for regulnr sizes
and $1.85 for extra sizes.
Union suits made with high
neck and long or elbow sleeves or
low neck and elbow sleex'es, are
knee or nnkle length. Also loxv
neck sleeveless style. At S2.65
for regular and $3 for extra sizes.
Special at $2
Splendid coisots for all figures
wearing sizes 20 to 30 are these
j made of fine yet heavy white cou-
' til. The cornets have medium-low
bust lines, long skirts with short
boning in front and rather heavy
I boning in back. Flee hip space is
1 allowed, and there in an elastic
band at the bottom of tho back of
I each one.
1 The six hose supporters arc of
A Word About
That is all that is needed
about suits that are so obvi
ously worth-while in quality
and comparatively loxv in price.
At $25, numerous and wide
ly varied models of poplin and
burella are in all the late Au
tumn coloiings. The linings
are a comfort to see and feel
nnd as a result the jackets
slide on very easily.
Fine Suits at $37.50
Suits of broadcloth and ve
lour are trimmed with kit
coney in an attractive manner.
Many, many other suits
around these prices are sur
prisingly fine in quality nnd
style. Come see for yourself!
As Winter Draws Nearer
the More You Need to Protect Your Feet
Snow, rain and cold will make their jiss
The Down Stairs Shoe Store is and will p
pocketbook as you would expect.
Comfort and Grace
Women's shoes of black patent leather with
gray cloth tops that lace high have sturdy xvelted
soles that are able to crunch snoxv underneath them.
Tlie heels nre curved. $5.10 n pair
Women will like the medium heels and good
welted soles of shoes of dark tan or black calfskin
that lace protectively high. $5.40 a pair, v
! A Wvni-iir Tfimrxiin
a. a i vtej x&tiiiuiixi a.a
It is of good quality crepe in
pink, blue or lavender grounds
with pretty -figures scattered over
it. Shirring with clastic run
through it holds it in at the waist
and the collar and revers are
bound with satin to match the
grounds. In sizes 40 to 52, cut
generously full at $3.85.
ault on your comfort. Are you prepared?
repare you with not so much a tax on your
For School Girls
who have to tiamp to school in all weather these'
shoes of black calfskin are exactly right They ar
cut on lasts with a slender appearance, lace high "'
and have welted soles and low heels. $4.90 a pairT
Sizes 2'j to 8. -
Shoes for Men
Bt $4.75 o pair, are mado of dark tan or blaek'
leather on English lasts. Also black kidskin sho I
may bo had at this rrlce, made on wido toe shapes
in uiuciior aixr.e. tu uuve Hiuruy xveueci soles.