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General Pershing's Records
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150 KILLED IN ACTION
"115 Succumbed lo Wounds,
100 to Disease and Four
f Died of Accidents
r W nnliiiiRlnn, Nov. 14.
With (ho nation rejoicing over the end
ef the nr the legacy of ennuulty llts,
With their reeonl of hciolsm ana
sacrifice, remains p, ir;rlm' reminder of
the cost of thcr stupenuunus aehlreinent
that has freed iho world CrncT.il
PershliiB repot t, Issued lodity liv the
war Depnrtmcnt. utiles a total of 512
neat), wounded and intoning. Of these
160 were killed in n. tlon diul 115 died of
wound". Tho test of the honor roll In
cludes those wlvu died of dlrcase and
accident, the wounded and the mlsslns.
Summarized, the losses lo date arc.
..... Nov 11 Total
niea In action 1B0 13,780
uieu or wounds lis P.37G
Bled of disease 100 5,638
tJica or accident anil
other causes 1 1,;
Missing in action fin-
Wounded Be-vereM In Action '
SEnaBANT Ernt T Smith. Ji,let)
corirotiAti tuner C. nice, Phillip
UfK' Wounded ' Mllihlljr In Atllon
BUltaUANT OeorB 0. rrassoc Jersey
i'RIVATE Francis S. McAllister. West-
Died nf DUensn
l'MVATK Stacy H FliocHlcy. Odessa.
Killed In Anion
PMVATK niclianl A Powell, Hallsburj.
Died 1'rnni Wound llfcelvetl In Artlon
l'MVATU "Ilarrv ir. Kolley, Phoenix.
Died of I)leae
aEUOKANT Holirrt II, t.Riidrrn. linkers
I'KIVATIJ v'hirle. It ilreen. LonaconiiiK:
Norman H I'rlee. Ulnm
Mounded reverel In Ai lion
PI11VATE LIomI t, Hush, Ilulllmore.
Killed In Artlon
SWICIEANT llrncst U. I.ath'W, Mux
WAOONKIl John 11 Porum. Ablhgdon
rillVATKS Mumliletoii r Andrews. Cen
tral Point: Thomas P. Harrison. ticollHvlllc,
John D. .IrfWson, Sandy Level.
Died r'rnm Wound Itetelved In Artlon
l'lllVATLl William Bundli. Pnrksley.
Died ut llene
f'OOK John '. Jlunrus. Onllx
PitlVATK Thomas Mnvurd l.oin;. ilur
rlaotibdrK Woumtrd IDexree Undetermined)
1'IUVATB Dander I. Tsrce. rnriiw,ill,
Wnlllldril Mlstllb III etlon
HIIKUHANT Harold Proctor, nielmiond
U.S. CASUALTIES WILL
TOTAL ABOUT ,100,000
Estimates Made by Officials
Show Casualties Will Reach
Wnslilngtoii, Xnv 14.
Onielals here estimate that the total
casualties of the American expeditionary
folcis In the war will not exceed 100,000.
Including the ,in hilled In action,
wounded, died of wounds, disease and
accidents and inKslnc.
It v.is vaid It prohahly would bo
several wooKr heroic, the record of cas
ualties can he completed It Is re
garded a almost certain that many of
tho casualties in the recent Iieavj IlKht
Ing hy the Klrst and Second American
armies have not ji I been reported Its
also must he compiled of unreported
American c.isii iltien in llilllsli and
French hospitals, especially ftoni unions
i he I'nlted Slates forces hrlsadcd with
Allied unlls. Heaths from wounds -also
probably will ! icpnrtcd for s 'ine time,
while lists ol Might I v wounded heinn
sent by couriers may be delayed.
The dally lists f..r several d.ijs have
r.,.nafltr A.l nt M UPtl n v I n 1.1 1 n v tllll llIllliC'V
ADDITIONAL CASUALTIES Idally. ftn-la.v Maker 'has indicated
,n rnltlerijblp nuiubrr of repoitttl .!-
UHltles renmln td lm choit out. but ilwt
WAR DEPT. REPORTS
tho Klrijt nnd Second armlts Irt tho days
Immedlallety preoeillnK crnfttlon of hos
tilities and on tho average lists hereto
fore, lead odlcera lo believe that nil un
published nnd -unreported caBUAlllcs will
not exceed 30,000.
nstlmates based, on previous records
fix the total marine casualties In Krance
at fewer than OliOO
U-BOATS EAR TO GO HOME
Five Escape to Sweden and Ucg to
London, Nov 14. Tlvo German stih
murine arrived Ht UandsUrona. south
cni Sweden, Wcdiicsdny. mul requested
the naval .Itithoi itles to intern them,
uccoi'dlm; tn a dlsiiatcli to tho Kx
ulitniRo TelCKrnpli from CopenhaKen.
The siihmarhio cominaiulers said
they did not il.iro return to (jornntny.
WANAMAKER'S DOWN STAIRS STORE WANAMAKER'Sj
?) ihr Associated Press
Wellington, Nov. 1 1. KolldwiiiK ad
ditions to and corrections of todays
these will be r lc.ij.ed as rapidly
newspapers can handle them
ru unofllcjal tabulation of published
Due November 15th
Don't spend it put
it into Thrift Stamps
War Savings Stamps
Stamp arc told
Grand totals 522 72,81!
Killed In Artlon
rBr,PT.tN ClurI-3 a Krlllj. Pitisbursh.
LII.ITEKANTS (-harl'S H Uo-vcs TU
mouth In.l . John .1. Wldi Niaura Falls
f T ..lames riiivlon. MoutezuiiM On.;
Jphn Hums i.vi'ihii Mnxamlrl 1 FIhv N Y..
Farlei V llllainx .ood Tu-t ilooia. AU ,
E Thorn Vim Duren -ai Morris street.
GerriiuiitiiH n, Piin,.nhs
Died from W'oumla Iterrlled In Artlon
J.tRl ITA'ANTS Cirle I) 1 rllteiiden.
TnnniKBvin,. i;H .,n, , hp,0i pm3.
buiBli. .In iis c Nixon, c Irvelanrl O.
Woniideil Severely in Action
t'.inrinNA.VTH t:,r M(.nle linrhv Wll
nvont. Wis , Arnold A tjrltrnm lir-r. Wail
W'ouDded Mlshtly In Artlon
. t1tnV!''NAJ",f, Kr-ieat sehlffman Milan
Ital, Henry Van Holland DrnoKlyil N. Y
Leonard J. llihliMrd I.feds. Maa
Killed In Artlon
Si:nOLAM'.S--l.'lod i- li.nltt Pitta,
bursli l,eor(re Mnrm SVinnton
, COKPORALS ttrora-e K i!re-n I'lianl-
b,r".',r.? ,J?,';b'r,' v Ki""r "' Cheater.
PKIVATKS PatiaU .1 I'uiiroy. W'e-l
Homestesrl. Robert W riilnicr Heav er Fallj.
Peter AMIllani Cuirmincs. Punxsutawnev,
Georxe l.'luke llurilora Oeirce H Cool,
2031 Plorte stien 1 Philadelphia, l.lvlo PI
salo. rtendlns- Mueenl Mnrllnl sim smili
Temli strj-tt I'hila.lelnlila Willi .111 . 1 llunl 1
ivcnovo. iiarr' iinrrn. Ills h;ai.t ( olumbia
nvenue Philadelphia l:arl Klssil ?t
Mary's. Charles Kurlnakl, Wllken Town
ahlo Jteder rk Pu'r. s".n Norlli t.awreme
trPet PhhE4. 'ri ta. .' l.ee Ituah. VaMies.
burs, Arita.n 1.. Turner ttoverifrtrd
Died from Wounds Iteeelveil In Artlon
bCRnHANr John Patrick Council
COKPOnALS Georso Albert M.irburser.
Compnill, T.lo.vd V, Isrlirjon. Illldbetblow 11
PniVATlirt I'eler J C,J ln; -a!,t
llazzard street Philadelphia, Tliouidf lo
Mne. Whltnkei Dnnlel W. 1'jn.l, houth
Fork l.lovd llobert llroham VVebsler John
J Herzlns Uldceway; Frink A John-uo.
003s Paachall avenue, l'biladelphla : Joseph
r Leslie. Johnslown; Arlhin Carn'nar Itn.
IflSU SouHl Twentv-thlrd street. Phllailel
phla: Iichucl Korotkl. Hrlo: Joaeph T lms
1009 Mllll street, Darbv Jolly V. Wallter,
Pitnalrn. John Weld. Johnstown. Ilnv-ard IT
Jlaabe, Tamariua; Arthur L. Hunacll Ued
ford. Died of Accident and Other Causes
rr.IVATK Harry V. Ueldeman. Ambler
Died or Dlseu-e (
SEnGHANTS Robert n. Stiiart. huear
Orovn: Genrap H. Caldwell. Catas.lliouj
PRIVATES Pasqualo Helasnuo. L'HIU
J Maredith street, Phlladolphhi, Anaon l. Ue
Couraev, Krie' Frank K Penipsev. t;mpor'
; lum. Michael J. Uradv. -.'.las Cross street
Phlladolnhla: Jacob II lliinelMen Denver
An 1.. lloeltniaii. OUhvUIp. tlin rlnon Lever
J101 North Philip s'.iect. PhlladelptilH. chde
K. uau, Mllncvllle, Oswln II bihlnoyer:
MbCuiiKie, Guv JI SwelKerl l.iun.a-ter
Franele Urbanla 1711 raconv street. Phil
adelphla; Hart N. Wollert. Uum annuii.
Wounded Severed In Action
PHIVATiSS Allen C llarley. Tiappe
Edward T Patlon I'M." Wert estniorc' ind
atreet. Philadelphlu: Iniiio Clout, J.eadintf
btcDhen Glerol. neadlnir. Davy L. .INell
Wotuided (Decree Undetermined)
PRIVATES Clvde V need. 00115 Green
way avenue Philadelphia. Jlenry O. Itcln-
Wounded Sllnlitly in Action
SERGEANT- William P. Si-hclly tlUO
Walnut Hreet Philadelphia
COUPOIIAI. i:iiJ3 llvaerotf. 3,-, pme
itreel, Phiind.lvhla. .
COOK yej 1111 G. Urowctt, ."330 Poplar
PKIVA.TKS Ch.ries I lielman. 33'J7
Powelion avenue, Pnlludclphla, Ilafrv Lew la
Chlllcott. Kane, nuxeno Ctilbert Plnesrove.
Klmer A George. Ilontidato. Wniren Greene
Clifton Heights. Wlllard Camn. Mt. Car
mel. hainuol Kolb. 417 Talker atteet. Phil.
Adelphla: Howard L flumberaer. ltetiovo.
Killed la Action
TftlVATKh Stanley Kuwal. Wcvt New
Died from Wound Received lu Action
pntATB Albert W, Kerr. Jersey Cltj .
John B. "Vjaovkl. Jersey lltj.
Died of DUease
SKUG13ANT John Ilocher. llackcnaaLU.
WAOONKIl Judsion C .Munlz. .Marlins
vlile pniVATKH Willi mi l'" Murra, Newark.
Joseph rctUi;, Passaic, lcnacz Itudoic,
army casualty list are made by the War i casual! v lists, iucludliif; those ot Novcm
Departments jher 12. shows 11 grand total of 71.30n
Died of Wound. (Previous! Keporlcd Miss. , men. Careful estimates b.istd 011 l.novvl-
Imc in Aitlou) ledge of the battle conditions fa cd hv
PfllVATrs-Hanson II llrandenburs-.
Frederick Md Thomas r Heed suit Woml ' rr---: ' 1
Wounded tDexre Vndelernilnedt I'revl.uisl.v
Reported Mltnx In i'tlou
PRIVATKH Hownrd A Mrlclll I'ltls
burph, James J. Palv 1430 Currish street
Philadelphia Paul Prodrr, Stin-kdile Pn .
William Familb 1331 South Mole atreel
I'hlladelphi 1. Ilnlrsl.iw Jankoskl. Ill, lieu
dei arm street ,Ier" 1 uy, ,v ,i( John T
O'llara 7- llarilen street Hobokrn .1
Mer Had r. Simi Kast Seventh street. Chrs
ter. l'.i John Kopskv Hronktton Pa In
oenr.,1 fpotnto, 3SM ralrlllll street, l'hllodel
Woundeil sllehttv (Previously tteported allss-
' Inx in Aitlonl
COni'lUIA! James 11. Wooll-.v. l"arm
lni;da le N J
PltnATl: t'rril lleiuie Newark N .1
I'rlsouer (1'revlousiv Reported Killed In
PISIVvTi: Win I Sin urn r JJI". Sip
vl1. stre t. Pill's I Iphni
Returned to Dutv (Prev Innslv Itetiorled Miss
In In itlon)
PKIVA'I IIS Hai niuiul Hdward Johnson
Mineral Va U.ilnli lib li Puttsvllle. Pa .
Ueorse Sliurroik JiMlller Pa
UKiTU) STAT It
TEUTON CAPTIVES WIN STRIKE
Hefuec to Work With Objector!
til Uritish Camp
Ity the Associated Press
London. Nov. 1 1 According to In
formation Hcolved hcie, a. large number1
of German prisoners at a camp in the
soulh of KngUml went on n sti IKc rc
centl.v because of their -refusal to work
alouKSidc voiisi Icutiuu.H objectors to
Urltii'h military service.
The Ucuiidiia wme etiK.iFCd at road
nutKIng and to facilitate the worl. n.
party of conwionllous objci tora, also
prlsoucis, vvcro dclalled to as.tist
Upon their aniv.il the tieimans
piomptly. "dowueil tools," and a non
commissioned olllccr, dclcsutcd to spealt
to tl)C British olllccr In command of Iho
men. said :
"Wo haso stunk. Tlie-.o men arc
lonsclcutiousi objectors and won't llsht
foe their country. We won't work wltli
them I.ct them to and light, tho
The ollicer tried to riasoit Willi the
German spokesman, hut he replied that
it was 110 use. '
"You can punish me and the others,
too. If ou like. ' ho said "Indeeir, wo I
accept ntiy punishment rather than woru
LEY'S TEA for the
basket. The package
is your protection,
the name your guar
antee of quality.
with conscientious objectoiR.
nvcntuall.v the conMoleullous'olijccIt
wire withdrawn and the strike ended
With the interest that
you have due you
November 15th on
the Second Series, of
Guard in Advance
Stamps are sold
FOOD HAS HELPED
WIN 'THE WAR
Conservation of Food is Still
Necessary and will be for Some
Time, to Help Feed Famished
We tlianlc our patrons for their co-operation in
complying loith the- rules of the U. S. Food Admin
istration and beg a continuation of their help.
OUR POLICY AS ALWAYS
Utmost Value. Based Upon Cost of
Best Materials Obtainable
TWENTY CENTRAL LOCATIONS
AUTOMATS LUNCH ROOMS CAFETERIA
"Vaseline" Euealyptol is
one of the famously reliable
Vase! i n e " Preparations
compounded in accordance
with the best medical
Reg 'U.S. Pat. Off.
Snufl' a little "Vaseline"
Euealyptol up the nostrils
nighj; and morning. It
keeps the delicate mem
branes clean and healthy,
and is a protection against
the influenza germ.
At all drug stores.
CHESEBROUGH MANUFACTUKING COMPANY
17 State Street, New York
The Down Stairs Store At Wanamaker's
Steps Out With Three Good Shoe Specials
1000 Pair of Women's Shoes
Velveteen Is High
It makes Milch hnrly, warm
looking frocks for Winter there in
no wonder that it is so fashion
able. 21-inch velveteen in nay blue,
black, Rioon and gray at $12 a
At S2.25 a juril tan. dark green
and niahoRany elveteen, 2(5 inches
wide, and nay blue and black
velveteen 2!! inches vv ide.
Knitted of pink cotton anil gath
ered at the witist and knees on
elastic, these bloomers are in va
rious waist sizes for women.
Quite low in puce.
Scores of Diaries
More kinds than you'd think
possible are priced from 10c to
Most of them have mnH useful
information in them in addition to
the diary. It's a.MiKKestion for
fConinierchil Mnliiiuer.v , teulrnl)
Pretty Frocks Can
Be Had for $12
They are practical serges
of good duality made in
many pretty .styles. In navy
blue, brov n and green, some
trimmed with buttons or
braid, some collarless and
others with contrasting col
lars. A( $16.30
A rack of lovely s-atin
frocks in many slyle.s. They
are in navy, taupe, brown
and black and some are em
broidered or beaded, some
combined with Georgette
crepe and others rather
makes two good styles of
frocks at $U5. They are in
navy, black, brown or red.
One style is rather plain
while the other has an over
skirt trimmed with fringe.
at $1.75 Pair
These are all made of patent leather
with dull tops or with cloth tops; they are in
button style and have welted soles that will
give service. Tn sizes 2' o to 6.
1400 Pair of Women's Shoes
at $3.25 Pair
These are principally of black calfskin
and black kidskin, though there are a few
shoes of tan calfskin and brown kidskin in
the lot. They are in button and lace styles,
with high or medium heels and welted soles.
216 Pair of Men's Shoes
at $3.40 Pair
Of good black leather with welted soles
of fiber or leather, principally in English
Wbmen's Good Winter
Coats and None of
'I hey are of soft, warm materials, made in b
ooiiiiiiK stvlc , with cozy fur collars, others with
collars of their own material. All are warmly lined.
Coat- of soft cheviot coating in green, oxford,
navy and blown have long roll collars of beaver
fur 'cloth. Heltctl, with button.-, of the beaver fur
cloth. $ 19.75. .
A velour coat in navy blue and brown has a
collar of plush. The back has inverted pleats fin
ished with silk clows' feet. ?2:i.fi0.
Many styles of coats at 2.3. They are of soft,
silky pompom, silvoitip. velour and the lougher
mix'tiiies. Some have fur collais and are belted
in various w av s.
At $05 there is a rack of beautiful coats of
pompom or velour. They aie in the good dark
shades and haw plush or scalene fur for tliteir
collars and trimmings. One sketched.
A beautiful one at. $12.50 is in burgundy, taupo
or brown silvcrlone with long collars of laroon or
hcalcnc. Thoy arc beautifully lined anil trimmed.
by the Yard
Sheer, crisp whites materials seem the embodi
ment of cleanliness whether the.v ate used for
undcrthings, for blouses, aprons or for curtain.
White cotton fabrics for all the.-e uses abound.
Plaid or striped white lawns 27 inches wide arc
J 8c and 22c a yard.
Dimity in checks and stiipes is 27 inches wide
at 2Dc a yard.
Sheer white voile, OS inches wide, is 2oc a yard.
in many pretty shades lose, tan, green, blue and
gray have a great many uses. 27 inches v ide at
lOo.'SG inches wide at 5l)c ami 60c a .vard.
The Fragrant Heart
was used to make these roomy cedar chests. L'very
household should have at least one. Some of the
chests have trays ami a tow aie trimmed with
dull brass. The cedar is beautifully marked and
highly polished to accentuate the natural beauty of
tho wood, $12.50 to $:!.'.
Many New Plea tings
of sheer white organdie or soft Georgette crepe in
white, flesh, tan or navy blue and tan combined.
There are various widths, and some are pleated
in Van Dyke points. 55c to $2 a yard.
Kiddies Need Warm
when winds arc biting sharp. Drawer-leggiugs will
protect them all tho way up to tho waist.
Such arc these of black or gray stockinet with
ilecco linings for children of 2 years to G. $1.75.
Special 30 Wool
Velvet Rugs at $25
They arc unusually good quality seamless rugs
In just two good patterns. And at this price the
saving on each rug is considerable.
s.yxiu.u feci, is me size.
will discover ever so many
interesting bits of mer
chandise in the Down
Stairs Store small
things that will add to the
comfort and convenience
of home - keeping and
prettv things that will
help till your gift list,
An outdoor girl would
welcome a long wool scarf
to wind about herself
when snow is Hying. The
scarfs arc in dark, light
and mottled colorp. $2. Go.
Of all the things dear
to the heart of a boy, his
own room or den comes
near being the dearest, if
he is allowed to adorn it.
Have you thought of giv
ing him an Indian blanket
to use as a couch throw?
He'll consider that a
"whoop - ee , idea" and
think the gift "great"!
The blankets in all the
light and dark brilliant
colorings and various In
dian designs are Sti each.
So many children hate
to be w ashc d that
m others will welcome
soap that will entertain
the kiddies. The three
monkeys who speak no
evil, hear no evil and see
no evil arc faithfully re
produced -in pink, tan or
white soap at 10c a cake.
The boys will like
soap that is in perfect
round balls of white,
green, yellow, pink, violet
or rose at 10c a cake.
The daintiest boudoir
caps i m a g i n a b 1 e arc
pretty conceits of satin,
crepe de chine, lace and
ribbon. For instance, one
at onlv 50c is made of
shadow lace that is soft
and fine, trimmed with
rows of satin ribbon. The
top of one of the prettiest
at $2 is a circlo of blue
and pink ribbon woven in
and out in basket weave.
Innumerable caps at
prices in between show
all the colors of the rain
bow almost. (Central.)
Japanese baskets of
sweet grass interwoven
with gaily colored straw
will accommodate many
things. 35c, 50c and 75c.
y. ., v
Black enamel suitcases
are durable and conveni
ently light to carry- They
are nicely lined, and most
of them have trays. A
good many haye black
leather trimmings and re
enforcemeijts. The frames
are 22 inch to 28 inch, at
$4 to $12.50. (Market.)
10-yard pieces of white
ribbon gay with holly or
poinsettias axe 10c apiece
t& 60c apiece, according to
width. Make your Christ
mas gifts that travel a
distance look gay and
Christmassy 1 Central,)
What a Glorious
dct ready for a big one! Everyone will bo oing
so, and vou should start early getting your cards,
place cards, cut-outs, luncheon sets, etc.
Table covers of gay crepe paper with strutting
turkeys or pumpkins aie 50c each.
of tuikeys 01 pumpkins, etc. the same on either
side are so nice to put on top of ices, plum pud
dings and so on. They arc 10c for a package of 12.
Two styles of place cards arc 10c a package.
Large-sized cardboard plates with a turkey on
each are 10c a tlon.
beautifully colored almost make one think that
thoy are real instead of imitations. They come in
stiips about a jarcl long at 25c.
Pearl White Gloves
What could be prettier with a dark suit or coat?
And these arc practical, too, for they arc wash
able and easily freshened with little trouble. They
are capeskin, full pique sewn with contrasting em
broidery on the backs and one clasp at the -wrist.
Women's gray washable capeskin gloves out
seamsewn with embroidery backs.
Both special at $1.03 a pair.
.25 to $5
1 ' Ia
Adora corsets arc in models to fit all types of
figures, from the average growing girl to the
unusually heavy woman.
They are made of heavy or lightweight mate
rials in plain pink oi white or in fancy weaves.
You will find corsets with high bustJines and
topics.-. covcets, as well as all in between, for Adota
models include everything in good corseting.
Fittings are given by our expert corsetieres
and there is no charge.
Some Camisoles Slip
Over Some Don't
The. kind that slip over your head are of flesh,
pink wash satin and aie trimmed only with hem
The others, which open in front, have a wide
band of imitation filet lace around the top and
ribbon run through a net casing. $1.
Even in Winter Women
Want a Few White
Inexpensive ones that are stout enough to stand
a good many washings are flounced with a deep
ruffle of embioi'lery with an underlay. $1.50.
A petticoat with a lacy flounce has einbioidercd.
medallions that ate edged about with lace inser
Heavier Frocks for
I-'ioiko of cotton Bergc have plaids of green or
tan on a black ground. They have neat white col
lars and aie serviceable and good-looking for girls
of 8 years to 14. $5.
Dark blue seigo dn's.-es
for cirls of 8 yeais to 12 are
so piettily trimmed with
plaid silk. The finely pleated
collurs about tho round
necks, tho covering of the
buttons and the trimming
on the cuffs are of plaid
Frocks of narrow wale
corduroy are in rich tones of
green or brown. They arc
embroidered by hand on the
pockets and at the necks.
and you will agree that
they arc graceful when you
look at tho sketch of one
are warm, too, because they
are made of heavy khaki
cblor wool coating. They
envelop the dainty maids
of 12 years to 16 from neck
to hem and keep them snug
and warm. Notice the breast
pocket and the military col
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