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; lEYJO&'&UBIilO afBWBRia:)LADELiHIA; ATUItDAY, tfOTEMBER 10, ' 1918
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OF HEROIC NAMES
Grand Organ Victory Music at
9, 12 and. 5.15
t .Moment of Meditation and Chimes
DOWN STAIRS STORE
Department Casualty List
for the Day Swells
MANY OFFICERS SLAIN
Washington, N'ov. 16.
Kour hundred and forty-seven nnmer;
are added to the liero roll on tho War
Department's casualty list today. The
killed In action number l09, whllo 62
(lied of wounds and 54 of disease. The
numher of missing In action, Including
prisoners. Is 230.
Summarized, the losses tn date are:
Reported Nov. 16. Totals
Killed In faction 100 14,205
Died of nnunds G2 , 5,464
Died of disease 5 J 6,087
Died of .accidents and
other causes 1,254
Missing In action (In
cluding prisoners) ...232 7,766
Wounded 90 40,207
Grand totals 547 74,982
Good News Is Hereby Given
Vicinity That the Down
Morning a Sale
HUM In Action
CAPTAIN Elijah W Worshsm. Kvans-
LIEUTENANTS Clarenen C. Ilorchfr,
Newark, N J J Arthur K Carleon, Ann
rortes, Wash : .Tames W. France. Char
lottesville, Vft . Frank J. Gard, fllendora,
Cal i I-eRov A McCullouirh. Chlcnirn. Ill :
Charles J Ncwliuid. Cadillac. Mich i Milton
Jarrett Norman. Sunbury, Pa.: David M
Ilobortann, Santlasn, Cal : Harry n Slay
maker, Peabody. Kan : Elmer a. Terhune.
Newark. N J.; Carey J. Walrath. Herkimer,
N T , Edward r Wlnnelt, OemM, N T
BATTALION SERGEANT MAJOn Earl
H. Yegle. Easton. Pa.
Med of Wnond
CAPTAIN Rowland H McLaushlln, Chi
capo, III ...
LIEUTENANT Lawrence S. Lynch, Ala
LIF-UTENANTS A. Arthur KVIler. Hrrwik
lyn. Frank ratrlck Rellly. Cocheston, N. Y.;
John J. Itlordan, Urockbn.
Mtsslnr In Aetlon
MniTr.VAXTfi f!!iirniA Alexander Rro.
die. Wichita, Knn : John S. ITaldwin, West
Chester. Pa.: Harold O. Shoemaker, Bridge.
nATTALlON SERGEANT MAJOR Clyde
B. Woodward, Greensburr, Ind.
Killed In Action
SERGEANT DaMd W. Mundls. Hellam
roni'ORALS Watson R. Pepperman,
WllllRmsport; Paul Josrh Peters. Eflitou.
PRIVATES Enrico Fuaett. Heaxer Falls;
Antonio Oroato. Wsaluslnir; John P. Meade,
Butler, Allen A. Nunemacher, Tower City:
Owen B. Y-Donnill. Hcaversdale; Samuel
Adam PeCTfr, Johnstown: William O Polk,
Blalra JIUIa: Peter P Raymond. Vander
grirt: William 1. Soder. McKeesport.
Died of Wounds
SERGEANT Charles H. Gibson. New
PIIIVATES Glaclnto Cllcnto, Cons
lllo: Charles h,. Cuneo, Torce, Harry F.
Lackhove, Mereersbur-. Oliver J. Smith,
Mlllmont: rn-d Vlahnlfsky, Connelsvllic;
Leonard n. Wilson, Bellevue; Howard A.
Bzosley, Readlntr. Ira (J Newman, Elk
Lftk: Donald P. Tanner. Peckvllle. William
Jamea Tailor, HarrlHburg: Edward J. WalEh,
SERGEANTS William Alberta Asher,
Oakmont: William F. Wilson BentlcyUlle
CORPORAL Joseph T. Coleman, North
WAGONER William A. Qulnn r.33! Gil
lespie nenue Germantown Philadelphia.
PRIVATES Oliver Lytle Cerwoed. Pitts
burgh; William J. Gorsky, Latrobe; John
J Hacan, Room S. City lull. Philadel
phia: Byron H. Hoffman. I.Htrobo. Oeorce
II Inerahiim, PI Hlckox: Lie H. Irwin, Oil
City: Orlllo J Isenberg. rtojer: Ben Nlch
oUh. Belle Vermin. Jacob Kline Painter. Ian
caster, Samuel Roes. GtrardMHe: Josep
A Wlleon, ii'33 South Darten slret, Phila
Missing in Aftlon
CORPORALS Frederick M Hajs llarria
burg; Roland B. CasUes -1039 Richmond
street. Philadelphia: Harry Gottschall
Reading. Harry P. Ouarino. Greensburg;
Albert E. Hutchinson. 413 Susquehana ae
nue, Philadelphia, Searles E. Slack, Head
Irsr. PRIVATES Clyde E Appleman. Roaring
.Springs; Wnltor A&uood. 3210 Cedar street,
niilladelphla: Willis H. Bailey. Pottsillle;
Mmil C. Brnuahman. Greencastlc: Aurello
Bartollnl, 1201 Kimball street, Philadelphia:
Leo C. Blckley, Fort Carbon; Erhralm
V. ? wuiwwju.b, liniHD J., U I till.
SIN South St. Bernard street. Philadel
phia: Harry E. Case, Haileton: Jonathan P.
Clauscr. Allentown: Leo J. Cole. 39 North
Fifty-fourth street. PhllnrilnMn, rwimlnln
Crenn. 1033 Pond street. Bristol, dlavld
Dougherty, 1110 Marston atreet. Philadel
phia: Stanley C. Drolblebls. Amberg: Mellor
Dunkerly, mil Medary avenue Philadel
phia: Levi C Eckt. Lancaster: Samuel
Oann, 318 Wolf street, Philadelphia, Wil
liam J. Gardner, ISIS Slegel street. .Phila
delphia: Ernest A. aoehns, 3(1 ll North Mar
shall atret, Philadelphia, John R. Graham.
1781 North Taney -tuet. Philadelphia; Otto
B. Grls-ell. 102R rhln street. Philadel
phia. Jamea r M-.tmnn. 2520 'Harlan
street, Philadelphia: Paul M Herr. Lan
caster: Webster lleistlne Revere; Stanley
A. Llseokl, 014S Gay street. Phlladelphlx;
Jbron c LIlngfton, H rail ford; Oeorse II.
Boyer, Wernersulle: John R. Caanaugh,
HOG Cltv line. PhlladclphU, Ernesto D'Attl
llo. 4083 Stllea street, Philadelphia: Samuel
Dauhert. Easton: Candldo Dentasi, Pitts
burgh: William B. Denner, Sellersvllle; El
mer R. Dennis, rarmerevllle: George W.
Dunmlre. Chambersburg: Samuel Gabrato
vltch. PotUvllle: Paul W. ainther, Potts
vllle: Roy U. Hannum, 723 North Forty
first street, Philadelphia: Ernest J. Harrison.
2R41 Coral street. Philadelphia; Harry
Hurst, 613 North Perth street. Phlladel-
?huv; Harty P. Jones, 620' Market street,
'incent Kateusz. Conahohotkn ; Francis E.
Keatner, Pittsburgh: Joseph n. Kern, Rubl
can and Prospect avenues, 'lllow Groe:
Dald E. Ijng, Union Deposit; V B Mc
Brlde. 0148 Spruce street, Philadelphia;
Thomas H, McCool, 1447 East Columtia
axenue. Philadelphia: John P. McCullough.
West Decatur: Frank J. McCuster. 1844
Baly street. Philadelphia: WllHim Marks,
Throop: Roy B. Mathews. 009 Fnrragut ter
race, Philadelphia: Ralph C. Maurer, Read
ing: Edwin II. Mlskell, 2010 Tulip street,
Philadelphia, Carl A. Olson. 1023 Falrmount
enuc. Philadelphia. John T. O'Neill, 2tt5
Aimona treei, rniiaupumjft, outejiu 11.
Ormsby. Shenandoah: Bert Omlg. South
Forty-ninth street, Philadelphia: Adolf Pace.
2007 East Selteer street, Philadelphia:
Frank II Parker. 1325 South Taylor street.
Philadelphia: Bert Headman. Beajerdale:
Gustavo A Relss. 132 North Ltndenwood
street, Philadelphia. George Remphrey.
Wllkes-Barre; Frank B. Kearny. H laut
Columbia avenue, rhllade phla: Samuel Sol
ton, 3035 Berks street, Philadelphia. John J.
Wilson. 2211 McClellan street. Philadelphia;
Char??i Klrshteln. 2MH North Sixteen h
stjeet. Philadelphia: Charlei L. Knox. J114
South Opal street. Philadelphia; Ernest J.
Kuchenbroek." Was burn: Frank Mondell. 005
Slegle street. Philadelphia: Clarence R. Mow
lev Paradise: John A Murray. 2147 North
Twenty-ninth street. Philadelphia: Klmer B.
Sheckler. 121 Alum street. Philadelphia;
John II. Shults. Poltsvllle; HarrvF Blnion,
2000 North H.intwk street. Philadelphia;
Herman Rf Singer. 0038 Allmnn, street, Phil
adelphia; John Skonezney. Connelsvllic:
Harry Tlshler. Pittsburgh. Jsmes L Tralnor.
"343 Christian street. Philadelphia. James
A Trimble. Pittsburgh; John A. agner,
n Jenklntown: Stuart Mj Walthour. Harrlon
City; Horaca Whiteside. Catasauqua: Tom
ebroske. Erie; Malcolm a. n. Nederry. 2341
North Bouvler "street. Philadelphia: William
A Wahl. 2823 Chatham street: Philadelphia:
MIchAel c Walsh, Leamon Place; Edward
il Williams 0110 Christian street. Phlladel
Due November 15th
Don't spend it put
it into Thrift Stamps
War Savings Stamps
Stamp art told
Beautiful Sample Skirts
Much Under Price at $13.25
In fact, some of thom would cost us more than that if we
wore to buy them regularly, but we took them in a group to
sell at a bip; saving. ,
They are all beautiful, unusual things, finely made from
their belts to their hems, with good buttons, fringes and the;
like trimming them.
The materials are plain dark tricolettes, taffetas; gabar
dines, Velveteens, crepes dc chine, satin, broadcloth and
cleverly blended plaids of velour-ftnish serges. Many of the
plaids arc the fashionable pleated style and Jhere are some of
the striped pleated ones too. A few very odd things that will
please women of individual tastes.
Some Exceptionally Fine Coats
Have Recently Come
They arc the finest coats the Down
Stairs Store has ever shown and women
have been most enthusiastic in their
The silvertono coat that is sketched
is one of these. It is softly lined with
silk and has a large roll collar of natu
ral raccoon or skunk opossum. $42.oU.
, Handsome velour coats with striped
silk linings arc copies of a very ex
pensive model. The collar, cuffs and
pockets are of nutria fur. $52.30,
Beautiful sample coats, of which we
have but one of a kind, show the new
est coat modes, from the loose back to
the coats that are draped close at tho
feet. Of s'llvertonc,. ivora, duvet de
laine, bolivia and velvet. Among them
are some exquisite evening wraps. $55,
$57.50, $69.75, $75, $85, $100, $110 to
Coats at $25, -$29.75
There' is a variety of coats at $35,
in pompom, velour and broadcloth, with
out fur or with collars of nutria or
At $29.75 there are velour coats, full lined, and trimmed with
ncarscal or coney collars.
The $25 coats are of velour, lined throughout with striped silk,
of burella with fur collars and of broadcloth with seal fur-cloth collars.
Lovely Envelope Chemises of
Pink Satin or Crepe de Chine
at $2,50 and $3.85
Soft, pretty things for gifts or to treat yourself are these and
so moderately priced!
At $2.50 there are two styles. One is in both flesh and white
crepe de chine, made quite neat and plain. The other is in pink only
with fine lace anl rosebuds.
Four Styles at $3.85: bands of satin embroidered by hand, pretty
shirring, bands of- embroidered Georgette crepe, fine lace, etc., give
"individual character to the chemises. Some are in pink satin and
others are in pink or white crepe do chine.
S7.50 $10 " ' $10
410 Women's Frocks
Specially Priced-r-Many at
3,20 Serge Dresses, $7.50 .
Imagine $7.50 for a serge frock ready to put on !
They are in navy, brown and black, some trimmed
with braid, others with satin collars and cults.
Also in this Jot are a. few satin and crepe de chine
dresses in navy, taupe and black.
118 Satin Frocks, $10
' Some have long overskirts, others have draped
bodices and sleeves pf, Georgette crepe. A few serges
used alone or combind with figured silks of contrasting
.colors are among these. In brown, navy, taupe and
112 Yelveteen and Serge Frocks, $15
They are trimmed with satin or braid or are em
broidered with heavy silk or braid. A few velveteens
show a bit of serge by way of contrast. They are in
navy .black and green. The serges are in navy and black.
60 Tricolette and Velveteen Frocks
$22.50 and $25 "
The tricollette frocks are in delightful models r
some French inspired. Their lines are. very new and'
the colorings include soft shades of navy, magenta and
Also some lovely velveteen dresses in black, navy,
taupe and burgundy.
Black Taffeta and
, at $1.25 a Yard
Both usually sell for at least a
third more. The taffeta and mes
sulino are each 35 inches wide and
the quality is excellent.
Crepe de Chine
Crepe de chino in many colors
and in blnck and white is 40
inches wide at $1.85 a yard.
Striped Silks at $1
Striped taffeta and messaline,
35 inches wide, are 'in lovely color
in many colors and plenty in navy
blue is 35 inches wide and all
silk at $1.65 a yard.
Duplex Gloves for
They arc made of a double
thickness of finely woven fabric
that gives tho appearance of
leather and are made on tho same
patterns as the leather gloves.
The duplex gloves are in white,
buck, brown, gray and black, all
half pique sewn, at $f.60 a pair.
And they arc washable.
Much of Smartness
lies in the duplex gloves at $2 a
pair. They arc in mode and
buck shades, with fine needle
stitching on the backs, chamois
color linings and two clasps at
the wrist. The gloves are out-
to All Households in Philadelphia
Stairs Store Will Hold on Monday
of Quilts at Pre- War Prices
It's the biggest, most important sale
of bedding that we have ever held and
one that offers to Philadelphia house
holders the opportunity to buy
Warm, Fluffy Quilts Filled With
Down, Wool or Cotton
at just about the prices asked for such
merchandise before the war, or about
33 1-3 less than those asked today.
The circumstances attendant upon
this purchase won't interest a woman
greatly, but she will be glad to know
that every quilt among these thou
sands is new and was filled only during
the last few days. She may, therefore,
be assured that they are all at their
fluffiest and best.
At $1, camisoles are very well
made, with deep bands of imita
tion filet lace, satin and so on.
At $1.50 and $2, really beauti
ful camisoles of satin and crepe
de chine are worth seeing.
At $3 there arcfive styles. One
of lovely heavy satin has a deep
casing of Georgette crepe; an
other is of chiffon over net; some
are all of net and Oh, you must
see them to realize the variety
The Down Quilts ,
. Are $6.50, $8.50 and $10
All, are covered with the best quality of sateen,
figured on both sides and in a variety of colors. One
is in a Persian pattern with border to match that is
particularly good. All are full size.
The Wool Quilts Are $7.50 and $9
They are filled with pure, clean wool.
The $7.50 quilts are covered with cambric or
sateen, figured on both sides and bordered with plain
The $10 quilts are covered with figured sateen,
with plain sateen backs and 10-inch borders. Some
are plain color on both sides.
The Cotton Quilts Are $2.50 and $3.75
The $2.50 quilts are covered with. figured silk
oline, and the others have tops of satin-striped fig
ured white voile with plain S-inch borders and backs
of heavier material.
And in Connection With This Sale Some
Specials in Blankets and Sheets
All-wool blankets in pink or blue block plaids,
in plain silver gray or in Scotch plaids are in full,
double-bed size at $15 the pair.
Cotton blankets, measuring 66x80 inches, are in
itrl-iifa itrifli o i-inl.- nv hlno Vinvrlpv nnrl avp snppinl nh
. 41-., oi. "
Jacquard cotton blankets in blue, tan, old rose(
and gray are 72x84 inches and have very pretty'
reversible designs and borders, and are $3.75 each.
"81x90-inch full-bleached, seamless sheets atfe
special at $1.85 each.
IT'S GOING TO BE A GREAT DAY FOR
Pretty Blouses to
Greet You Monday
The first is of fine white batiste,
delightfully tailored, with a vest
dainty with square tucking.
Square tucking also pretties the"
cuffs and the collar, which prefers
to be buttoned high. And good
news for women who wear
larger sizes: this model has a tail
all around. $3.25.
Batiste in a Frillier
Narrow imitation of filet lace
trims the cuffs and the front
?ancl of this quite pretty blouse,
n front the panel, which is
neatly hemstitched, is cut out to
make a round finish to the .neck,
while the collar lies flat on either
Crepe de Chine
in white, flesh or black forms a
blouse that is neatly made with
box pleats and finished with a
roll collar. $4.75.
Nightwear for Men
They arc in stripes of various
color combinations and all arc
hoftly fleeced and generously cut.
Men's nightshirts aie $1.50,
pajamas arc $2.25.
Boys' nightshirts, sizes G to 18
years, are $1.10.
Half linen, full-blcachcd
crash with a blue border is
special at 21c a yard.
All linen, silver-bleached
crash with a tape border is
special at 29c a yard.
Both are 17 inches wide.
W. B. Youth-Line
' Two Models at $5
One has a low bust and the
other has a medium bust. They
arc made of strong pink coutil,
with a double thickness all across
the -front The boning is heavy,
to better care for the rather stout
figures, und the broad front
steels have three hooks below
them. The six hose supporters
are made of good clastic. Deep
pieces of elastic are shaped over
the hips. Sizes are from 21 to 3G.
Women's Fashionable Shoes
Special, $4V75 a Pair
Thoy are made in the fashionable long vamp styles, high cut with
welted soles. Two Btyles to choobe from black patent leather with
gray cloth tops and curved heels gray kidskin with fawn cloth tops
and medium heels,
Elenty of $3.25 Shoes
in black kidskin or calfskin and a few of tan calfskin or kidskin.
They are button and lace styles with high or medium heels and welted
soles, and at their price very special.
Plenty of the $1.75 Shoes
of patent leather with dull or cloth tops in button style. Sizes 2&
Things for the
Home That Whisper
Madeira centerpieces of linen
arc beautifully scalloped and em
broidered by hand. Size 17
inches is $1.25 each; 22 inches,
$1.75 and $2 each. These make
Scarfs and Squares
of the Japanese hand-drawn
work aro hemstitched and em
broidered. The squares are 20
inches at 85c each and the scarfs
are 17x50 inches ut 75c, 85c and
$1 each. ,
in New Blanket
Thick, boft blanketing in all tho
desirable colors for women is
used to make some of tho pret
tiest bathrobes that we have ever
seen. Wide bands of satin Ko
around the neck and all the way
down the front on either side, tho
satin also trims tho pockets and
foims deep, rich cuffs on tho
The frogs aro 6f, silk cord and
the buttons aro . covered with
satin. Truly these are bathrobes
to delight tho heart of a girl or
woman! $7.50. ul1
and New at 50c
Some pretty new imitation lilct
collars in many shapes and sizes
aro both the roll bhapes and flat.
owvvY jitiu.' uuiiur in inuny I
styles they freshen up a dark
Are Special at $1.50
Umbrellas for men and women
arr made of tupc-edged Ameiican
taffeta (cotton) over strong para
gon frames. Tho handles for
women are straight, carved or
plain or they are short, with silk
wrist cords. Men's umbrellas
have handles of mission wood or
of natuial wood in the crook
riciiy rui wiiaia
that arc unlined and all ready to
put on a suit or coat are $5.50
for one style and a larger style
They me of black or brown
coney a coat or suit would look
like now with the addition of one
These Suits For Women Are
Suits To Be Proud of
Suits have not been cheap this .season and
for that reason such an extensive showing of
really good suits at moderate prices is some
thing of an achievement.
They begin at $19.75 for poplin suits in nay
and brown trimmed with seal fur cloth or with
At $22.75 and $25 there are many good suits
of wool poplin or buiella. One of the poplins
that is marked $25 has a collar of kit coney and
a band of fur edging the jacket, while the sash
is finished with fur balls.
and that means extra style and value are of
silvertono, velour and broadclpth in individual
Velveteen Suits Come With Cold
and with their furry trimmings are typical of
winter. Right now tho choosing is at its best, a
the majoiity of the suits' aro recent arrhal .
Most all are tiimmcd with nearseal or nutria.
$35, $55, $50.75 and up to $75. The suit
sketched is $ofi.
Ah !&fl f 52sKRv ft
29c a Yard
Heavily fleeced outing flan
nel, 27 inches wide, is in many
striped patterns in pink, blue
and gray. This price is quite
Prcttiness at 25c
Most gift lists contain many
handkerchiefs and a woman
couldn't do better than to start
Soft crepe dc chine handker
chiefs in pretty pinks, blues,
lavenders and the like have wee
colored embroidery in one corner
or contrasting hems.
Fine linen handkerchiefs have
many kinds of colored borders
and centers, some with em
broidered corners and some aro
snowy arid white.
Rugs! Rugs! Rugs!
Prices Below Those Ruling Elsewhere
Our large und varied stock of domestic rugs includes many lots bought at
special prices, a number of rugs bought when prices were much lower, and rugs from
our own stocks that bear reduced prices, as well as our full line of other rugs, whose
prices are lower than the prevailing run today.
Wool velvet rugs, 8.3 x 10.6 feet, are $25 and 33.50.
Mottled Brussels rugs, 6x9 feet, are .$13.50.
Wool-and-fiber rugs, 8.3 x 10.6 feet, are $10.
2" x 54 inches, $2.
36 x 63 inches, $3.
7.6 x 9 feet, $11.
8.3 x 10.6 feet, $14.
9 x 12 feet, $16.50.
9 x 15 feet, $23.50.
12 x 12 feet, $24.50.
12 x 15 feet, $29.50.
8.3 x 10.6 feet, $25 and $28.50.
9 x 12 feet, $27.50 and $30.
Rugs of Heaviest
6x9 feet, $31.50.
8.3 x 10.6 feet, $47.50.
9 x 12 feet, $55.
4.6 x 7.6 feet, $25.50 and $28.
6x9 feet, $49.
6.2 x 12 feet, $65.
8.3 x 10.6 feet, $66.50, $72.50
9 x 12 feet, $57JS0, $69, $75
and $92.50. r
9 x 15 feet, $97.50 and
11.3 x 12 feet, $97.50.
Hall Runners of
are 3 feet wide and
9 feet long at $11.50..
12 feet long at $15.
15 feet long at $18.50.
16.6 feet long at $22.
19 feet long at $25.50.
19.6 feet long at $26.
21 feet long at $28.
on the Center Aisle
Rag rugs, SO x 60 inches, are
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