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EVJSNINGF I'UBLlU LEDGi-IH:iIrADELPHIA FRIDAY, XJVEMBER '; 3 918"
269 U.S. SOLDIERS
-MISSING IN ACTION,-
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i3 Names on Cubiiully
yXist of Amqi'icans An
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vania aiui rmirny suites on
lilllril In Atllon
PRIVATI .lfarrv T nurtlf TU Dioltt .1
iVumul n Dun Unit litimllli'i l'or?,y.
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humh l.ln i 1- Miih.p Halifax "'"",1"
I ui fhmi.nloi.li Atrr-d s III Soutti
Jui rifillnfmiu earncllo. Iluniimlon
Hint n f III. run-
' Ult rl s Vl.tor A Mm Mr "
Vnla John MuKIwi MaliKtiu, 1 m
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I Mountlrd SMrrfly
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ttr v a iiunuriiiiia i
KkHitl.ANT llarlnml Kllf. Ii- Ahl I
Herbm f. Cocker Wet Oranires William
Kmvtrl, JtTfy cltji William Kni)ior.
ItUlamvoml, Jorrnh lllnhop I Incrnfti William
1 Colllna Jerit) cit .Tamra Kilwanln.
"Jniinr, JsenlHi I. Parker, Tuikrtcui
Knit J lliomiimn Jrr Cityi l'rrd
(InmbrMtit, Jry Clti Taul Wwn,
Jeriev Cltv.-Waltrr Mbuhr J-ney Citj.
Klllnl In Arlloli
T'm rf M lni V. Jlrtntjfe. Smnion
Jolin liral:, himrrona Point
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r OIUnilAt IlinirMiiuct Duton
rnn. low n
HIAT-Ia V Tnupsbtr
IUlnx In rtlon
l'KIVUt Iirae! lu.!iorlh,
ruiovo John i', Wnleamp I IlKl.urah
.Wlillan l.uiher 1 l'lttiburh ljUtll
Names of SIJ United Mutes noldlers
kr on the cn.su.illj Hat dM lod.ij laaued
ljl'5" the War Dcptrtmrul Korl -elsht
intn nero killed In action ami .'09 lire
)Uted as nilsalnp
Summarised tlie lom to date .1 e:
Killed In nuioi
Died of wound
Sled of dlaeahe
iMed of afclilflUH anil
other causes .
, llntr In action (liKlml
fne prisoners . .
I'ltlVATK." lrril t'arl Amlnaon. vjr
r. 11 tinrci. 1:. Hell r!lor t'cnnla ljout"
rt 9t Jim mim iJmm-iniii ,, ";v, V
T DiurliirM Durnnof V -r 1. 1 I '
hoi 5f. 7lrnniU "tanlalavr Herman, brie
Jnlin o tamin Illmnri M Hani '''
mini) llinmowil ..iim rt 1 ." ' ' hi I
I'leanant U n.v I l'ealeri. I"hli"J"j,J!,.
(Wphlo Mlrha'l JnK-vh smith -'"'.Ar
ItliiBnold alret Thllilelihla w"rJ! A
Stroud st""- n'hlnitton.i ouyt...i 1
nnth 1' Tmutmaii KlnlewHI MlchJfl J
taiufki Surlli llndlo.
Mlktne In illii
. 1- Itji I t I'hili
Orand Total? utvi
Jv'ajpes of oltlcein anil the enlisted men
from nearhy Etfttea follotv
nrnrnt1 1 it
Klllril In Vtluti
JtAJOH Jnlin-ill Atwnol t'ltlil U1KI1
I.IEl'TrTSAVTS Oordon Ilfl "t TorK
Andr H, Ounterlaih I hi mn III
LUrTAI.V Vran Juhnat I nev
Ctiarlentnn P C
LIEUTEVAVT"- Rilph ihhurn llrin h
Wichita, Kan Jeremnh J IfaB'rt , New
Yurls, Arthur Julius tilnnn V T"rl
fclKlTKVNT- !- Ihtiii 1 - a
ford. Conn. , Wonil V Lake Marshal lt.a
Frank W. Sullivan l.otteU Mam
MNnInc In Aclion
ilBUTEVAN TS John Iloos lH 1
Txan ItaMnnnd t' ampbell hi Hi o
Taxas, Oscar W Norlqult Oak Vark 111
Oacar M Tailor Tomi t'riek 1 Waller
"itlllVOKAI I en Ii PI lil'laia'
nun .ei. t mu... I It-m yaul r
Total ! iii-. wjn.'.j"''''::''1. ,.!,!.",.1",,. .T
11 C1i atrept iniiaupiniiiH in. vi '.", ,.':" ,i
1 ''" J4JM South llronrt strcit I'hll iilell'h ""
I 410 MrOloaxev r.ntralln Hol.it iinij"
i;rle JiMt 1111 n nil i' -siii' ;
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I'alln Vranl. II ' omrdni s latun 1 r
It.nton DJBnn Muni 'llv-r I l; '
Iohn'on icorn liitlm tUuKii-' Ae e
("laton Volk Kft llojer-owii 1M1I1
irirunnlik fnlinoiatllle. Ihin'".
Kvllie ltttk Hun 1 rnet I' H ' '
rituiureh Joarph c Ii lami ""
V ood'iock atrei t PhlU.leli hia I ll;
loc IHub Hod I.I in 'lonloi M "nl
24MI Ninth l.lehth atrii- leTjron
Why. Kaat Strouilahurii Hteven Ma k i
an nn Vmlrin t Makol"Bki nil M '
cr aire, t Phll.uWphln John l'hllllpi "
TO CASUALTY LIST
ll the iiSiH.ialeiI Prr
Mathiiigtnn, Viiv s The followiiiR
additions and t medium ate made I15 ,
llio War Iiepailment t td i una ti le I
port for todai
Mllfd In illon, IITfilnu.lv ttrporlrri Mi
Inie In ittnn
I'liniiiltM s I ill irl J Harm 1 No h I
Oiraril, P 1 Hforitu Marusk. IlrenlU.
Prli ate tVllllam V..Sni)uikj-. Mt. Tleaa
Mounded refrlr (PfeloulT Reported
Mlailnc In Action)
roitPoUM Itohert Vnelkner. 33S!
Fifteenth avenuo ewarl, N J
rniVATj:s Jonepli t,eon t,awr'iit.e. youth
It'thlchem I'd 1 Jeaao li. Htlno Kloomiburc
Mounilril (llctree I'nuVtermlneil) Tretloo'lr
HeiiorlMl MlMlne In Action
CuItPOItAL ria C. Frlcbcte Ureen
PltIATS- Janic? lilgUcomo ST Nmioii
alrrrt Sru-ark V. J 1 itay Olllott, 14.'4
t-ranklln atreet. I'lttaburnhi John IthikIs
Mrt'ool oulli Ivthfchem, Pa 1 William II
Main HouKoillle I'a ii arl Probtner Hon e
ateart Pa Vndrt Vatuo, lerth Amboj,
Helurned to Itiitt (I'retlonolr ltrnorled Mli.
nit- in .irtion)
Pltn ATI.S Kdward J r.adjAUch Plm
mokln. Pa I'ranr Martin 'Imhicrman 4.il
Kaat MneKenth Htrcct l.rla Pa,
, Take Advantage of Tliese 3 Special Events. If You Have
a Charge Account Buy Now and Pay Jan. 1,1919
833-35 MARKET STREET
Manufacturers and Hctailcih Factory a7th & U road way, N. V.
COR. 11TII k
: CHESTNUT STS. B
t ii 03C
ftl Ueoiae V siinii.ona -4 Sorlli rw
t-fiurth Vrft PhlliideltHIa WalterWoii
DOT Voi th Iar" i lreit Phll( lellhi
Killed In Xitliin
I'l.llMW-IUB'I' Arti i
ork laniea V lHaaij HoUoben. Hni
Dlril of I)i-e ise
i iiRPDHM s J il i P tMliu
J hn II ltosi '.' Urunmuo
PHI ATES Huall lm
Will itn Ph hatu Nunr
PR! A'l i- - trail, ilirnii" I ai. hoto
l.dtiam i In linn, Jera fit
Mliiic In itlun
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WANTED AT ONCE
Experienced -white waitresses and white
women wanted for kitchen and dining room
work in cafeteria, hotels and service res
taurants at Hog Island.
Advanced, up-to-date wages, room and
board included, pleasant surroundings and
excellent living conditions.
Apply U. S. Employment Service, 300
Walnut street. See Mr. Scull. Do not apply
at Hog Island.
If you are working in another shipyard
do not apply.
1 hough complete n.'tor toi the Allies is in bight, it must not be
fm gotten that thr- laying down of arms in Europe will not immediately
change conditions in this countrj. Victoiy ovci present labor prob
lems is still to be won. and the shortage of help in stores, as t'lse
where, will glow woiso before better. Thousands of our men are
lighting fot u- otr theie; the few who remain are endcaonng to
"carry on." Help relieve the strain upon them and the women by
doing your Christmas shopping not only tally in the se.iion, but
fatly m the day before noon. That is not much to ask, but it means
more than jou italizo. Kcmembei, before noon.
ID you know that the stork
niesents Uncle Sam with four
new babies e ery minute of I
THE potency of music has never
been questioned; it is the one
IlrSVtf-1 4 ! n 4V llllllniH .ll nlniii n . f
suiiu bnab uiiiia ii uuosca mi
the day, and that hen"fling on his people, and the desire for a piano in
, Allllitn lu in i. . t i mmll ...I..!.!.. tl.A . n.v. In ..u.a.nu. nl TTI1 !1..
iiunin lie ivmw .i pivwui iiuihuwi nc tiuiiiu is uiiivuisui. UJllll luiriy
here, in this City of Homes? Now, recently owning one was considered,
lull those infants must be ptowded a luxury, but today it is not .so much
for, Mr. Stork deeming his duty done a question whether one can or can-
j when he deposits his precious butden not afford a piano as it is which
on the rooftops, and mothers hae dis- make to choose. Many would-be put-
I covered that at 11. 1 Dcwees's, 1122 chaseis imagine because the Stein-
' Chestnut stieet, the complete layetto way piano is high priced that N.I
may be purchased at one counter. Stetson & Co, 1111 Chestnut street, i
I Wee shirts, shoulder-strap bands and I catrv nothinir less exnensive. thourh l
flannel petticoats, in cotton and i in l eality they make a specialty of I
wool or silk and wool; slips, plain supplying moderate-priced pianos,
or with thread tucks and the iinest A number taken in trade tor Stein
French embroidered yokes for best; ways are put in u good condition and
little embroideied wrappers of cash-1 resold cheap. i3cside& these they
meio or lightweight seigc, with dc-1 haa new Sterlings, a superior,
tachable silk linings; and everything i medium-grade piano, and Sterling
else necessary for the watm welcome player-pianos, both selling for a low I
of the newcomer. i figure.
Sensational Suit Sale
Values 45.00 and 47.50
mi :n . I'O
1 Suit with nutria cvllut.
For this wonder Sale 300 stunning;
Suits, direct from our New York Factory,
have been marked at this exceedingly low
'price tor this-special sale.
Velour, velour de laine, silver
tone and broadcloth of excellent
quality fashion these Suits.
There are ever so many distinctive
modes, showing elegant design of cut and
Largeshawl or square collars of
French Seal or Nutria,
There are tailored .models as well as
fur-trimmed modes. Many youthful styles
featuring the slightly raised waistline.
All Suits are lined with rich
These are Matchless Values.
Blauner's, Second Floor
- old-timey, quiet ling suggestive
of Martha Washington and nana
old winter i
Celebrate Oar Victory
Get Your Peace Flags
UNITED STATES I COTTON COTTON BUNTING
AND SERVICE SILK WOOL BUNTING
Louis E. Stilz & Bro. Co.
151-53-55 NORTH 4TH STREET
rOUNTERPANES! f alwavs I arES,
like that word; it has such an i V
ilovv a fellei's heait will
work, while "spreads" spells ma- 1' or the tune thnt's alius welcome,
chineiy, with all its noise and mar-. When the old log fires burni"
velous possibilities. Hut alas! all! All very pretty, but will the old
counterpanes are not hand-made, log il res burn? Often they must be
though many aie at II. D. Dougherty ! coaxed anil fussed over to such a
Company. 10.12 Chestnut street a degree all pleasure in them is lost,
shop particularly well equipped with
dainty bed accessories. Their sim
ple stuped dimity counterpanes,
with scalloped-cut corners to lit
brass bedsteads, come with the
bolstei loll or the pillow slip to
match. There aie also Marseilles
spreads and, last but not least, the
lovely hand-embroidered countet
panes, some skillfully covered with
an elaborate pattern done in Krench
knots and edged with fringe, and
most eftective in their charming
bnt generally the fault lies not so
much with the wood and the lire as
vith the wooden-head file buildei,
who forgot to buy a Cape Cod I ire
Lighter at the House Furnishing
Store of J. Franklin Miller, 1612
Chestnut street. These indispensable
lighteis, little brass, copper or iron
tankards on trays, hold a stone toich
soaked m kerosene. When applied
to fnes it kindles them perfectly
without the waste of wood or paper.
Typical New England thrift!
bT V t I
B'1 ' ' KiiiiiffKlLKIllHPiLlfliilnlum
SNAPPY men wauted! Not the
disagreeable l:ind who bite your
head off, but those who have
foresight enough to snap at clothing
for the snappy weather which is due
to arriv p, but which has been beaten
in the lace nere oy uiu iiupun.cn
vvmtei ulsters now at MacDonald &
Campbell's, 1334-Ut5 Chestnut street.
These exceptionally fine, double
faced Fleece Ulsters are of the best
staple wool of Australia and Shet
land, and though extremely light
weight antl allowing free passage of
air, ate nonconaucuve( uiub kwui
ing warmth and making them the
coziest coats imaginable. They come
in light and dark colors, plain or
I plaids, and in them there is no sign
of the threatened skimping of ma
terial, for they have all the fullness
necessary for correct appearance,
and big, loomy pockets to boot.
IT TKrJS cool, crisp uays aim a
touch of Jack Frost's fingers to
mule tinnlns leallv Drime and,
judging fiom their blush, he must to assert itself, and very definitelv
ECAL'SE of the many difll-
culties connected with house
keeping theie is a constantly
increasing demand for teady-to-seive
food. We used to have a Ger
man name for it, but cast it forth in
a fit of patrioti; indigestion. That!
is the only kind of indigestion, how-'
ever, that was ever connected with1
the counter at E. Bradford Clarke
Company, 1520 Chestnut stieet,
where they sell pig souse (much '
nicer than its name); jellied meats;!
liver, half-smoke,, summer and Bo
logna sausages; pickled Iambi
tongues; caviar Komanoff, imported
from Astrakhan, Russia; Boston I
Brown Bread, imported from Bos-1
ton; pickles, riotted meatu, pate de I
foi gras, in little tureens and good- i
news knows wnai, un, yes! fresh
country sausages and scrapple, high
grade butter and egg3 laid expicsslv I
for the him! i
tt"7-OUTH is but an empty shell,
Y within which lives the spirit
-- (if man " Hn . -.I-.. I -
w.. ....... 4iifli, suiric ueirins
FURS! FURS! FURS!
Special Saturday Pricings
lai and cuffs.
C'ollui, culfs and boidci
of Hudson Seal.
1 1 0.OO
Some trimmed " with
squinel or ermine.
Large animal shape.
Taupe and Poiret.
Skunk collaisnd cuffs.
Taupe, Poiret and black.
Taupe and Poiiet.
Taupe, Poiret antl Wick sill;
ami Georgette llneili Pictured.
IJlauner's Second Floor
have had a busy time caressing
cheeks of the gorgeous Spitzenbt
Note. The Zeckwer-Hahn Philadelphia Musical Academy,
f. "which stands aty.the, forefront of the world's best musical
.' '.. L-- .-ilj m. t.1 it : u ' .L-:
CtwCIvitonoii inn inotuiicu mason ix i laiiiuu jjiuuu in men
tmcBntly enlarged Academy. The pianos were purchased
C. J, Heppe'fit Son, the Philadelphia representatives.
and Stayman Winesaps now at
Heiirj R. Hallow ell & Son's, Broad
below Chestnut street. The Spitzen
burgs have come from Hood River,
Ore., but show no stain of travel,
being as fresh and blooming as when
partetl trom the parent stem. They
nre crlsn. but tender, medium sized
land run from blight red to a purplish
tint, with pale yellow and russet
dots. The always-wanted Winesaps
i (from Delaware) aro sold by; the
bariel or loose, iney aie uig, juicy,
crunchy, old - fashioned apples,
crackerjaclis lor uai;ing or muncn
ing, and a barrel will keep indefi
nitelyunless eaten up sooner.
IT IS often difficult to find the odd
pieces of mahogany furniture re
quired to complete an otherwise
perfectly appointed room. Perhaps
it is a table or desk that is lacking,
and as many antiques are so in name
only, it is far better to buy an honost
reproduction than to pay double for
a dishonest. At Bailey, Banks &
Biddle Company, in the inexpensive
downstairs salon, there are any num
ber Of charming solid mahogany
pieces, in colonial and other styles,
Allien nave cauguc tne spirit oi men
period to a remarkable degree,
which have caught the spirit of their
period to a remarkable degree.
Desks and secretaries, some oeverely
nlain. others elaborate: tea wagons
which make 'one long for the cup
that cheers, but not inebriates; bcw
inct stables, tripod-tip tables, with
or without pie-crust tops, and quaint
wool winders, almost too mctur.
wque an4 artistic for mlrn UMid(tfMJijrW wi
about the time the boy is thinking of
uuuiiiuk iii-s ursi long-irousers suit,
an important event in his life, looked
forward to with mixed emotions. I
The "empty shell" thin demands to '
be outfitted m a lcgular men's store, i
not in niotner s lavored shop. Jacob
Reed s Sons. 1124-20 Chestnut t.
seem to undeistand these young fel- i
lows thoroughly and, in tho depart
ment devoted to their needs, make a I
special feature of first long-tiousers
suits and overcoats. They cany -i
fine assortment of just the right!
models, which by their happy combi
nation of manliness and youthfulness
are deservedly popular with Hih I
School boys and their mothcis
THE season for buying rugs and
carpets is ill lull swing; but,
I'ke eyeiything else, they are
moat difficult to gut, especially if'
wanted in a hurry. By November,
housewives are anxious to set their
houses in order, and this is impossi-'
ble while floorrcoverings are unlaid I
but as long as Fritz & La Rue, ll"4
Chestnut street, are in existence
there is no real cause to worrv '
T..t.l.. !,!,. ,.. I1 !.. !
"wmra men "!. luiictviull 01 Ior-
eign and domestic rugs, they also
have beautiful, heavy chenille rug
ging (domestic and Scotch), which
they Bell at an exceptional figure.
it auiia unj wiiaa ui ruum, jias aJ
wonueriui nign pne ana comes in all
the desirable solid colors and in 9
10tf. 12, 1C or 20 feet widths. Re
member, it is right here in Philadel
phia, rehdy for instant lelivery; no
waning lor it. iu ue snipped rom
Special Sale of Stunning Millinery
A7 L fr( ik )
This offering includes Lyons and Panne Velvet Hats. Beaver Tarns,1 Beaver
Turbans and Beaver-faced sailors. Trimmings of Molinc and Ostrich.
500 New "Wonder" Hats
Including Veiled Turbans, Duvetyne or Georgette Hats and Fur Combinu-,
turns. Blaunr sicialaation f truly "WoniUur Huts." rr" .: 7-
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