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EVjJtftNG PUBLIC r.BDaEH PHlLABELPHIiV, TUESDAY, tfUVJSMBEU. i 1018
, AGGREGATE 557
More Than Half tin; Num
ber Made the Supreme
66 REPORTED MISSING
Ninety-seven Suffering From
Wounds Total Losses to
Casualties reported today by Oencrkl
PcrshlnR URsregnto 557, of which 191
uio dentin In action and 90 by woundt;
In addition, 107 BUccumbcd to dlneane,
Pennsylvania figures larccly In the lint,
find JCew Jersey, Maryland and Virginia
are represented also among the heroes
who mado tho supremo MerMee. Tho
total canualtles ot nil kind to date
Summarized, tho losses htc
K'JUcd In action 1!1
JWod of wounds DO
'Died of dieensn 107
Died of accidents and
Missing In' net Ion (In
cluding prisoners) .... fl
Killed In Aetlen
ConrortAt, IMnUl O .Harrison. .Hntilr.
l'ltlVATKS Frank Cain, Arnoi John It.
limes, Hampton! Robert V. Lumber, l'orti.
Dlnl of Wound
rniVATKH .limn W. Il. Dmulllei
Jiimes It. Hunn, lllchmonili Wllber O, I'ur
IHeil of DUesftS
t'ltlVATHH Mark Nlekernon, Oreeniboro:
illlum T Itclnes, raluiout.
Wniinilril MlnMIr In Artlon
1'ltIVAf: Ilsrry Flax, Norfolk; Konslan
Ilium Kountkls, Hopewell
FORGOT HIS RAZOR;
NOW IN HOSPITAL
U. S. Soldier Suffers From Gas
Rccausc He Failed to
CAMP MEADE GLOOMS
OVER ENDING OF WAR
Officers Wasted Money on
Overseas Equipment, and
Men Wanted to Fight
Killed In Artlon
MAJOR Fred A. Cook, Croton-un Hud
Mi, N. Y,
f'AITAlSB Kdear Ifnyden Dale. Coffejp.
Wile Kan.: Jnmea r Kenaily, Dexter, Mn.
LIEUTENANTS Henry A. Knot. N.w
Torlt, N. Y. Herbert W, Itunaril, I'hlcnini.
III.; Joseph A. Carr, Auburn, N. Y i Wll
nam j. liar
anley, Oakland, I'al
Died of Wound
CAPTAIN Webster S. Alberlion, Van
UKUTHNANTS Harry A. Holiday, Tra.
era City, Jllch.; Cljdo T. Morrlaon. Tlmp.
Dlel of Disease
CAl'TAIN John Porter Tryor, Kl l'aio,
CAPTAIN Charles n. Jtnore, Cliarle-s-tonn
l.tEUTK.VANT ltlchord W. Slulcahy,
Killed In Action
snnQEAN'T rranlt lloxworth, Doyles.
"OltPOItAI.S Harry V Peatty. Erie;
Itlchard I. fasstdv. Johnsoniiurf?; Paul K.
Kckcnroth. llloomsburBi Charles I., (luthrle,
Wllllamsport; Harold It. Petera. Troy,
coon noy M. Hunter, fcalp Lel.
PRIVATUM Frederick J lliiumjtfirtner,
2234 North Maseher lree, Phllad'lphla; II.
ntlppn llenlncasa, Pnttavllle; Charlin Cole.
1010 Host Albrrt street. Philadelphia; John
A. dale, 11111 (llemvnod nenue, Philadel
phia: Jnn Janores, Cnrnpalo. Prank 12. Hit.
hert. Wllklnsburu; Jllehael J Konlle, North
Praddock. Frank Knwnnnsky. Hheniin-loaht
Francis X. Krall. Ml .Toy, Harry J. Krl
lonlle. Latrobe; e'lmrlea I,. T.nnchani. Mar
lon Center; Frank I.url, 1'rle. Aumist I"
Kchuler, Finland, Milton Stern. 2132 North
Van Telt street. Phllnilrlphln . William r.
Waldler. Sheridan: Harry D Miller Coplay,
carl O. Pahl. 4JVI North Kmeelley street.
Philadelphia! Richard J. itorke Cllftnn
Ilelshtit Wnlker It. Schoulta BOOT Market
etreet, Philadelphia. Fled O. Pchab. l'ltls.
bureh; Georso Htronc. I.atrobe.
Died of Wounds
snnGIIANT Robert Gustavo Troy. Mo
heHspn. CORPORAI-.Iohn Kpenan. S0I3 Nhtth
Thlrty.flfth street, Philadelphia.
PRIVATKf Harry Davis. fllrardillle,
T.ulal (labaxl, Klmora; Harrv 1, Abbott.
Meadvlllp; l.erny llrjan. Ilovaltnn; Austin
rrankenfieM. Ciiopersbura; Curtis Lnmont
tlrnham, Clesrfiel.!: c Joller, lMttsbumh;
l'ranels Xavlcr Nauahtnu. Hnrrlsburs. .Inhii
K. Hrhlelir, Treortnn: Wllllnm Smith.
Readlnff! Anthony Welence, Troop.
With the American Vories In 1'rnnte,
Alnerlcnii soldlern In tlin front lines
rnro required to shavo dally or at least
every other day even during battle, so
that tho gas masks will lit snugly
against their faces. An onUlal army
order to this effect was Issued some
tlmo ago. When water Is scarce, ns Is
often tho caso during n rapid advance,
tho soldiers sometimes use hot coffee
brought from tin rear lo malto a lather
with ordinary wnshlng sonp.
An American private wns bemoaning
tho fnct recently thnt ho was In a gai
hospital Instead of Up front where tho
other bojs Were Just nt that moment.
Ho had been gassed that morning.
"it was nil on account of my
whisker." said tho private. "I left my
rar.or behind with .my pack nnd my
board Is stiff and wo kept going ahead
for twb or three days, and 1 forgot all
about shaving And then wo ran Into
a bocho gs attack, ond when 1 put on
my manic the rubber edges wouldn't lit
worth n cent under my chin, because
of my stiff heard, and tho gas Just
oored In nnd got me.
"When I get back In the front Unci
ugnln my razor goes with mo along
with my pick and shocl and my musk
and my rllle."
Giih hospital doctors say they have
never known an American negro to be
gassed becnuse of seeral days' growth
of beard, probably because tho negro
always carries his razor, oen In war.
CAMP DK HELD NO
First Peace Demonstration
Enough "Y. M.M Starts
Course in Song Leading
Unused Army Stock to Be Given
Hoover for Use Abroud
WnshlnKtun, N'ov. 12. Tf tho program
of tho Wqr Department for clothing the
repatriated population of Delglum In
American nrmy hhokl Is fulfilled, the
lielglnns may tlnd a new national cos
tume nnd become u country of "dough
When Secretary Hakcr nnd Mnjor
General (loethnls learned that Herbert
Iloocr wns going nbrond to take charge
of the rehabilitation of Helglum they
Instantly suggested that the largo slocks
of unused uniforms could aid his cloth
ing program materlallv They have pro
posed to put nt Mr Hoover h disposal a
Inrge number of uniforms nnd also unl
folm cloth for the benefit of Iho Belgians
and the people of northern France.
"I suppose." tnld Mr. Hoocr In dls
cuslng his llclglcin trip. "moBt of the
people soon wilt ho walking around In
American soldiers' uniforms."
Died of Disease
-Ann Mario McMullen,
PJHVATKS OHle O. Hortzell Hmllnalnn;
William II. Pfromnier. 1221 North Flftv
seventh afreet, Philadelphia; Hornre n.
Khupnrd llrldaeport: Oenrs-p J. Schuster.
ShnrpshurBi Clarncp ,stpttlpr. Hast Strouds
burci Ralph (I, Walker. Hcottdale.
snrtnnANT Hpnrv H. noeers, ROS North
T elfin street. Phlloilelphln.
TRIVATK Harry Paul Foor. Bedford.
Wounded Sllxlitlr In Artlon
PRIVATES T.tnyd R. A. Leamnn Place;
Patrick FoIpv. Plttaburah: Thomas D. Olenn.
Pittsburgh: Paul II. Hamlll. I.lKonler: Albert
It T.nrnn Sernntnn Pmnlflln I.. Mlnnlrk
1318 Mpntnr street, Philadelphia: ItaTiiond
T. Nacle. Nainreth: nimr Root. Reuillnc.
cjeorpe Robinson Shaffer. Wanesboro; Her
mau O. Wilder, New Cumberland,
Mlolne In Action
SKRCnANT James A Durke, lljrnes
Mile. l'llIVATK" Hnwird N Ailerlm'd, Mon
oi'rllle: Kdwnrd n. Pptllllsn. Conneout
Lake; Theodore Rrunett. S.toi! Rownnn
trept, 1'hlladclphln: Irov liuhbs. 3915
North Tenth street, Philadelphia; . JnhT
Kardly, Ornppllle; Alex J. Ijistowsky,
Atlax;. Htanls Lukuc. Mount Carniel: Harry
C. McNamee. Llnnerch. John Martlnkuw.
Scranton: William Outer, Atlas; P.enlamln r.
Hnbl-eaii. OxTord: "! A. tllrlcll. HOIK
Kensington nenue. Phlladelnhla: Charles
titan, Hcranton: William 15. Vanauken.
Houth Allentown; Mlrheln Vetrona, 1131
Hou' ".'lehtpentb strpet Phllntlelphl i John
F. Walter. Sunburv, Carlp V Warner.
WllllntnRnort: Harry Wheat. Hellemtown:
Harold Wleder. Khllllnatnn: Kdwnrd T Wil
liam" Picearla: lr-.el WPIIama, SV1K Hnut'j
riherldan street. Philadelphia. Ralph It. I
Whitman. Oratz: Matthew A. Yoius, Wll-
, Killed In Action i
PIUVATKS Oloannl Cavallo, Trenton,!
James Ktewnrt Newark: Max KPharf. New
ark: Theodore a, Ucholler, 413 Washington
Died of Wounds
PRIVATE Wosll L'clnowlcz, l!aonne i
Died of Disease I
PRIVATKS Irad M. Hidden. Ccan
Oroe: Thomas Skrzjpak. Terth Amboy.
Wounded Sllchtlr In Artlon
TRIVATE John C. Ifrhn Newark.
I'RIVATR Robinson Murrl WorthiPBtoii.
Killed In Artlon
SKItdBANT Walter J. Rojers, Haiti-
CORPORA L Hold Crandall. Ifaltlmore.
PRtVATi:s Anion Kbcrleln. llaltlmure;
Harry Ruehl. llaltlmorol llenjamln F. Ollne.
'fhurmont. ...... ,
Died of Wound
CORPORAL Lloyd I. Roth, Oovanl, Uultl
Died of Dltcase
COnPORAI, Ueorso II. Richardson,
MIIH1CIAN Dinlel J, llullock. Haltlmore.
PRIVATE Joseph A, Iloder, Ualtlmore,
PRIVATK Florin W, Allen. Baltimore
URGES GUILTY BE PUNISHED
Canadian Premier Insists on Jus
tice for War Makers
Montreal. Nov. 12. Great historic
wrongs have to be righted and great
crlmlnnls called to account how that the
nrmistlcs has been signed. Sir Thbmas
White, acting Prime Minister of Cnnad.i,
stated here. ...
'Jf those who lme conspired agnlnst
the peace f tho world, who hae brought
unspeakable woes and calamities upon
mankind, and under whose direction bru
talities of Inconceivable barbarity have
been perpetrated In subversion of the
law of nations and of humanity, are not
brought to punishment for their mon
strous crimes It will bo the greatest
failure of retribute o Justice In tho an
nals of history," ho said,
ELECTRIC ROAD SHIFTS
J. S. Aiery New Manager of Heading
Transit and Light Company
Keiullng, l'n., Nov. 12. At meetings
of directors of local electric, and traction
corpotutloiis here nccrnl Important
chnnges were announced, 13. M. Gilbert
was elected n director, to succeed S. 11
Smith, who resigned to go to Mobile,
Aln In the Reading Transit and Light
Company, Oley Valley Hallway und
Novcrslnk Mountain Hallway. J. S.
Avery tKkes Mr. Smith's place ns gen
eral manager. Mr. Gilbert succeeds Mr.
Smith on the board of th Metropolitan
Klectrlc Company nnd I,. D. West Is
made assistant general manager.
Tho electric railway system covers
more than 200 miles, from Chestnut Hill,
Philadelphia, to Palmyra, ten miles west
of Lebanon. Tho power company fur
nishes current over the mime territory.
Fpnlal Ulipntch to Kferdiu PuMle l.tiotr
t'ntnp Men ile, Admiral, .Mil., Nov. 12.
If some of tho people of this camp
had their say about It the United States
Goernment would demand an Indemnity
from Germany for nit the money spent
by the ofllcers cf Lnfnyctto MUslon In
fitting themscles out In toggery for
It looks now ns If thousands of doK
lars spent by these commissioned ones
of Meade on such outfits w 111 have to go
to waste If the illusion doesn't go
abroad, not u bit of this special en.ulp-
mem win do vi any uso to them. If
tho Lnfnyctto men do go nbiond, somo
other bits of this equipment bought by
the ofllcers speclnlly for war purposes
will go to waste.
Of course, eerbody In the world was
willing tn make tremendous sacrifices
to bring tho war Jm,t ended to n glorious
conclusion but theso oncers cannot
neip nut rrnlizo Hint Wllllnm Hohen
zollern has hit them mighty hard
blows. If they could only extradite him
from Holland, ho would meet an Igno
minious fato at their hunds.
Two men ot this camp will not go
back to tho old folks ot home when
tho Meadcltes are glen orders to return
to civil life. Theso two men bine been
sentenced to spend the next fifteen years
of their lives In the mllltnry prison nt
Port Leavenworth, Kans. They are
Prlwites Hans G. llcck nnd Sherman
Snyder, of tho Wagon Company of the
HeniDiint Station. Uoth of them nro
charged with refusing to jmt on the
uniform of the United States army when
ordered to do so by their commnndliig
oftlcer, Lieutenant Frederick II, Whippier.
Thero has not been so much Jubila
tion In camp ocr tho signing of tho
armistice, In f.ict, tho first feeling was
ono of profound disappointment by tho
men that they couldn't get Into the war,
The most envied persons In camp w ere
tho officers; noncoms and privates who
had seen servlco over there, somo of
whom woro wound chevrons, Hut all
In all tho sentiment of the majority ot
men seemed to bo best expressed by
tho statement of one grouchy artillery
man. Hero Is what he said:
"I tried to enlist In the nrmy, the
marlno corps and tho navy. I tried
four times from April, 1917, to July,
1918. Then I had the good fortune to
bo drafted and sont out here. I won pro
motion. Wo heard Inst month that wo
were going to Pranco by tho first of No
vember. Then the flu camo along
.When tho epidemic had disappeared wo
heard that we would surely bo on the
way to Pranco by November. Then the
Kaiser emits cold. I am the original
hard-luck kid "
BRITISH BATTLESHIP SUNK
U-Boat Gets tbc Britannia During
London. Nov. 12. The ISrlt h bat
tleship llrltnnnki was torpedood near
tho west cntrnnco to tho Straits of
Gibraltar on November 9 "and sank
three and a hnlf hours later, according I
to nn Admiralty announcement last
night. Thlrty-nlno ofllcers and 672 ,
men wcro saved,
Apparently tho Gorman submarines
were active during tho armlstlco con
ference, which began at Prench head
quarters" on November 8.
Tho Britannia, which had a displace
ment of 16.3T.0 tons, was launched at
Portsmouth December 10, 1904. Sho
was 453 feet In length, had a speed of
approximately nineteen knots nn hour J
U1U1 uuiwcu tb ,;uv:i!kiiitu wuiuiueiiii'lll.
of 777 men. Her main armament con
sisted ot four twelve-inch guns.
Kpfclnl Dlipnfrb lo K,-falit7 I'liMia l.rtlo'r
I'limci IIIt, Wrlgbtstorrn, N. J Nov. 12.
Although nix, has always been noted
for Its singing units, yet each dny brings
forth some new plan for the Improve
ment of the frea hours of the men, nnd
none receives such heart) response ns
tho announcement that somo new song
or sonic lnw fcntiite Is to be tried' ont.
Now Austin Hughes, Y. M song direc
tor, has arranged it plnn whereby one
or two secretaries from enili Y. M. hut
will take the regular Y M song lead
ers' rourso under his direction, meeting
for two hours each day in the Y. M
auditorium, tin 'graduation' they will
bo qualified to lead the men In their
but on every occasion
unit commanders can take cnnr,ji w a
company nnd lend them In mnss sing
ing. The nniwuncimeiit that the draft ex
pected at Dlx this week had been sus
pended' Interested the omcers, for they
had the necessary uiuiucha imi"" -"
Thero was no celebration esterdny
afternoon mi tho announcement of the
signing of the armistice, as It was felt
that IMx had done Its share of celebrat
ing. Two hundred men, however were
allowed to go to Camden for a relibrn
tlon there. Two thousand men went to
Dlx soldiers Inst evening thoroughly
enjoyed tho'llrst presentation of "You'll
Like It." n muslcnl revue of life at
cnnin. nnd none was mor pleased than
Major General Hugh U Scott, the camp
commander, who with other camp of
ficers wero guests of Norman Hnckett.
War Department dramatic director, un
der whoso auspices the affair wns glen
Tho show will bo repeated tonight, nnd
then tho troupo will make :i short road
imie otmminc nt Ncwurk, lrcntoit,
Montclnlr and other cities.
Ono death from pneumonia wns re
ported yesterday, the victim being Prl
ato Uiuls M. Gorman, of Waterloo.
N Y., a member of Company 20 ut tho
EDGE DECLARES N. J. HOLIDAY
Calls for Recognition This After
noon of Dawn of Peace
fly the Associated Press
Trenton, . .1.. Nov 12 Governor
IMge last night issued a rceiucst for a
State-wide li.ilf holiday this afternoon In
celebrntlon of the victory of tho United
States nnd the Allies, stating that tho
day for which American has confidently,
but anxiously, walled has arrived.
Tile uocrnor saia mm vnwc inupi-r .
l.l.ullnn t.. imtnr AM lllIOH U'hfl ll.ltfl '
ccicintn"i i-. e."'"ei " " j '."" ......
glcn their blood nnd their lives that
conization might prevail must not be
put' feouajntp oill U pj.uaisqo on, ujojuoa
i.niiaii.iJ IKili p.8m oif 'Uoiioajot
homes In thanksgiving for peicc.
"DAY OF GLORY HAS COMEl"
Municipal Council of Paris An
nounces Victory in Posters
Ports, Nov 12 Tho Municipal Coun
cil of Paris has had tho following posted
on walls In nil parts of tho city:
Citizens' Victory Is here trlumphnnt
victory. The vanquished enemy mys
down his arms, Hluod ceases to flow
Let Paris eniergo from her ordered re
serve1. Let us give free rourso to our
Joy nnd enthusiasm and hold back our
Let us tistlfy In our Infinite gintlludo
to our grand soldiers and their Incom
li.irablo chiefs by festooning our houses
In tho colors of Prance und our nllles.
Our dead e;n sleep In peace Tho sub
lime sacrifice the) lmc mnde for Hie
future of their nice nnd the salntlon
of their country will not be In ln
Tim day of glory has come. Iinr.
Ilvp the republic ' Long lle iinmurtnl
Negro Killed Ncnr Home
Robert llllams, alias Tonv Williams,
thlity-no jenrs old, of 1711 Katur
street, wns shot nnd killed near his
lulno eluilng a quarrel vestcrdn) The
noitcn arrested Ch.irlm Roberts, fortv-
iind nn cnll nf one enrs old ot the same address, no-
CUPUU UL IIIC Pllt'WLlllK'
Can You Smile
To Show Your Teeth ?
Are you proud to have clean, lui
trous teeth? Indicative of charactel
and refinement a mark of beauty
clean teeth are possible to all.
SOZODONT will keep your teeth
found and clean, your gums firm and
healthy your breath tweet and
FOR TtfE TEETH
Liquid Powder or Paste
SOLD DY DEALERS EVERYWHERE
You New Philndelphians
must have the nicest and best
betiding, for that is tho kind
that is most economical. You
will learn that wo aro the lead
ing specialists in this city for
the last 30 years, and that our
productions have been named
Faultless by thousands of our
most exacting fellow citizens.
Wo want you to know and uso
this store, and will make every
effort to make you feel that
ours is indeed tho pluce for you
1632 CHESTNUT STREET
Lnxurlona Hot Springs, Reliable
Hair .MiittresaeN, MiihoKuny Ded
steuds. Day lleds, KimlUh Down
Furniture, Dnluty Itlnnkets und
Comforts, M'lille Knumel Nursery
Accessories, etc., etc.
Until are negroes. A
I J O Vanity Fair fl
I Bored to Death? I
I TllC11 I
I Read 1
Vanity Fair 1
NOVEMBER NUMBER M
I I NOW ON SALE 1
W At all cood newsstands
Sj Price 35 ccuts I
It fe fi-imKlm
what deterioration will
do to a house. It is even
more surprising what good
painting will do for it.
Get our tttimatc no obligation!
O AU Q
TO BE SOLD
NOTICE Is hereby given that
tho undersigned, A. MITCHELL
PALMER, Alien Pronertv Custo
dian, will offer to the hlehest bidder
at public sale, at the office of the New York Dock Company, in Store No.
Ml (Union Stores), at the foot of Irving Street, Borough of Brooklyn,
City of New York, at 10 A. M. on tho loth day of November, 1918, all or
iv nnrt nt fhn inufi hnles nt lenther now located at the warehouses of tho
New York Dock Company In the Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York,
and formerly the property of Knnsallis Osake Pankkl and Kontro and
A. MITCHELL PALMER.
Alien Property Custodian.
For further Information concerning sale? leather, or the terms and
conditions of sale, apply to Director, Uurenu of Kales, 110 West 42d
Btreet, New York City. JOrlElMt F. OOVFKV.
l'rreir Jlureau of Sales,
The Expectant Mother
"The Shadow of Coming Events" often darkens
the days of the expectant mother.
Constipation, always a handicap to the health and happiness
of every woman, becomes doubly dangerous to the woman
who is preparing to fulfill her highest duty maternity.
The expectant mother must nourish two. She must be able
to get rid" of a double waste. Failure to do so poisons herself
and the child that she is to bring into the world.
Constipation means more than mere failure to have a regular
thorough bowel evacuation. It means stagnation of waste
matter in the bowels, production of irritant and poisonous
matter, its absorption into the blood, and distribution all over
It means aggravation of all these discomforts that attend the
period of pregnancy. It contributes to the tragedies of child
birth. It prejudices the ability of the mother to nurse her
child after it has been born.
And, it is dangerous to employ pills, castor oil, purgative
mineral waters, salts, etc. that force the bowels to act.
But the Nujol Treatment for Consupation is not only harm
less but in every way efficient.
Nujol helps Nature to re-establish natural, thorough, bowel
evacuation, regular as clockwork,
Nujol is absolutely harmless.
Nujol is not absorbed. It cannot affect the child. It is easy
and pleasant to take.
Best of all, Nujol not only overcomes constipation, but it
hinders the formation of poisons in the bowels, absorbs and
carries them out of the body, thus preventing complications.
Get Nujol from your druggist and take according to directions.
Wnt-vhi0 NUJOL ' old on,y in sea!ed
YY ill ning . bottles bearing the Nujol Trade
Mark. Insist on Nujol. You may suffer from substitutes,
STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY)
SO Broadway, New York
Nov. 1J, 191 S
Wide Choosing In
Women's Serge and
Satin Frocks at
Dresses of serge are mostly in dark blue
or black, but u few are in burgundy. Some
have accordion-pleated skirts, others have
gathered or pleated skirts. Many arc
trimmed with braid or silk stitching and a
good number have white satin collars. $9.75.
The satin frocks are in dark blue, black
and burgundy, and there are a number of
dresses of crepe de chino. S9.75.
Many Styles at $12.75
Lovely soft satin dresses are made in
scores of styles. Some are quite simple
and others are rather elaborate. A few
have sleeves of Georgette crepe.
Many of the serge frocks hlive collarless
bodices and are trimmed with braid.
The materials are of undoubted good qual
ity, the workmanship is excellent and the
styles are a delight.
Mostly for Young Women $13.50
These frocks of fine navy blue or black
serge are splendidly made and there are
several models for choosing.
Men's Good Shirts Are
Special at $1.75
The majority of tHem are of smooth,
sturdy rep in many colored stripes on
white grounds (plenty of the black-and-white
stripes that men like) and a few
of them are of fine madras with woven
They are all well-made shirts, with
Men's sturdy black and tan leather
shoes made on the Munson last arc $4.65
Black leather shoes on English lasts
or wide toe shapes are $4.25 a pair.
Black patent leather shoes on English
lasts with welted soles, $4.25.
For the Sailor or Soldier
Fountain pens a large assortment aro ?1.G0
Gold-filled pencils and sterling silver pencils are
$1 to $3.50.
Ink tablets are 16c a box.
Diaries arc 10c to $5.
Note and address books are 25c to $3.50.
Pocket knives aro 75c to $2.50.
Writing portfolios are 76c to $9.
Warm Coats Are Newly Arrived to
Brave Winter Winds
All arc in tho toft, warm velour in shades of navy blue and the various
early Winter colors that are fashionable. Prices are low and numbers are not
large, so our bpst opportunities will bo parly in the day.
At $19.75. The IoohC-gathcrcd back is very graceful in this model with
a large roll collar of beaver fur cloth. (Sketched.)
At $22.50. Largo collars and deep cuffs of beaver fur cloth adorn coats
with lippling loose backs. Other coats with large roll collars of beaver fur
cloth have new side panels with inset pockets outlined in bands of fur-cloth.
At $23J)0. This model is gathered at the waist and the belt shows a
tucked and strap effect. The large collar is of soft, deep plush.
At $25. There are many and various styles of wool velour coats at thii
price. Many have collars of kit coney fur.
Skirts for Large Women
The Down Stairs Skirt Store is proud of
assortment of pretty and wearable skirts for wo
Here arc skirts of serge and gabardine
somo lovely silk things, too. The prices begin a
serge and go on to Slu.CO for navy blue poplin.
design will be lountl in serge with a gray groun
brown or green
this wonderfully fine
who take ao to 37
ally, and there aro
6 for black or navy
$13.50 a conservative
and the plaid in soft
Dainty New Underthings That
Pretty pink batiste bloomers with elastic at the top and knees
An envelope chemiso of soft nainsook is trimmed with embroid
ered medallions nnd laco around tho top und bottom. $1.
Another envelope chemiso of nainsook has bands of lace around
the top nnd lace shoulder straps. 85c.
Prettiness and Warmth
combine in this warm flannellet nightgown in pink and blue stripes.
It has a double yoke that is hemstitched and the collar, yoke and
cuffs are trimmed with braid. $2.25.
Pretty Scarfs for
A good assortment of lace
trimmed bureau scarfs have
centers of fine linene. In 17x60
inch size at COc, 75c and $1 each.
Scarfs of linen-finish linene are
trimmed with imitation filet and
cluny lace. 17x50 inches at $1.50
Scarfs with linen centers have
imitation filet lace trimming.
17x50 inches, ?2 each.
Special at $1.15
This good messaline is in navy
blue, light, medium and dark
trrav. dark brown, white and
shades of the season.
At its present price it is less
than it would cost us to buy it
wholesale today. With just 500
yards early choosing is advisable.
High Footwear Is
Low in Price
Gray or dark brown kidskin shoes that lace high,
have welted t.oles and medium heels. The gray haye
fawn cloth tops and the brown have ivory kid tops.
Women's walking shoes or school shoes for girls
are of dark tan cnlfskin, cut to lace high and havo
low heel and welted sole. Somewhat similar stylo in
black is $1.90 a pair.
Cotton Serge Frocks
for girls of 8 years to 14 aro checked in various
colors. The -fcelvet bands about the waist are em
broidered. Tho frocks have pockets on the skirts
and white collars on tho waists. $5.50. (
of chambray und gingham in plaids, stripes or
plain colors are ever so prettily mnde. They appear
so clean and dainty when girls of 8 years to 14
wear them! $3.50 to 5.75.
When the Girls Need New Clothes
mother brings them to Junior Section of the Down Stairs Store and fits them out with
wash dresses, best frocks and coats.
She knows that she is getting full value in material and style for every penny that
she expends because Wanamaker quality has been dependable lor over mty years.
Taffeta for Juniors
Junior girls of 12 years to 16 will easily become
attached to these lovely taffeta frocks in dark blue
or brown. They aro smocked at the neck and have
embroidered pongco collars. $15.
for girls of 10 years to 14 have white satin tucked
vests and also collars and cuffs of white satin.
Tho velveteen is a dark blue' or a rich brown
Women's Strap and
Wrist Gloves, $2.35
Strap-wrist washuble capeskin
gloves In brown and gray, are full
piquo sown and have embroidered
TowpIs nnd TnwfiliniSs ,'fc,
If supplies are running low a woman can stock up from, amoaifir
Cotton huck guest towels, all whito with hemmed ends, at 12H"
niiu luc.eucn. i
Absorbent cotton huck towels, all white with patterned bonk
and hemmed ends, 30c each. -
Half linen huck towels, with hemstitched ends, 18x34 inches, 60 J'
20x37 inches, C5c. . m.
All-linen guest towels in a fancy wcavo have hemstitched M
15x24 inches, 60c, COc and C5c each. ' '