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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGERPHILADELPHIA,. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1915
General Pershing Reports
78 Slain in Action, 132
, Deaths From Wounds
Grand Organ Victory Music at
9, 12 and 5.15
Moment of Meditation and Chimes
DOWN STAIRS STORE
DISEASE CLAIMS 55
Two Pennsylvania Lieuten
ants, One From New Jersey
on Honor Roll
Vhtnittin, Nov. 23.
Four hundred and thirty-eight casual
ties aro reported today by General
Pershlntr. The total Includes neventy
eight killed In action, 132 death from
wounds and flfly-flto victims of disease.
Summarized to dato the losses are:
Killed In action 78 16,916
Died of wounds 132 6,366
Died of dlseas 65 7,422
Died from accident and
other causes 1,291
Missing In action
(Including; prisoners) . . 8 8,767
Wounded 165 43,282
Grand totals 438
Died of Wound
.CAPTAIN Andrew 3. Harris. Henderson,
LIEUTENANTS Oeorce N. Althouse,
Norrlitown, Pa.; John W. Day. Dunns Sta
tion, Pa. i Ell Kerrell Dor Wamrito,
Kan.: Harvey C. Hoblns. Kast riosells,
DIM of Disease
CAPTAIN Charles A. Kin. Oklahoma
Ouy C. Farrell, Esca-
LIEUTENANTS John D. Colson.
JJien, S. C.i Albert E Craire, FUlnfleld,
. j.; jienry u. x'eyion, iirownwooa,
LIEUTENANT Frank J. Todlewskl.
Brooklyn, N. T.
Killed In Action
BEnaRANT Hobert O Nell, Allenport.
COnPOHALS Jonn C. Hoait Turtle
Crsek Williams M. Houstcn, Stnrford
PRIVATES rrederlCK W Iluchald 274 1
North Orkney street, Philadelphia: William
A, aibaon, Natrona. Ilod Myera, White:
Oliver n. Naylor, Webster: Leo praran,
Jr., Kara; AUIa Herbert Sloan Hau Claire,
Robert Anthony Btrzeik, Scranton; Chal
mers Wlslnter, Creckslde.
Died of Wound
SERGEANTS Samuel A. Gillespie. Erie,
Merls F. McKlnley, Urookvllle.
CORPORALS Lloyd F. Daniels. Connells
Vllle; Robert L. Llbhart Marietta.
WAOONER James Sylvester Maa-arahan,
611 North Thirty-ninth street. Philadelphia
PRIVATES nrlnton S Buck 8215 Rldite
avenue. Philadelphia: James H Compton
Narbarth; I.einnrd Coulton. Morrlsvill",
Stephen James Francis Pittsburgh: Sam
uel JIcP. Llvlnitstnne, Clarion: Frank Ma
rano. 72 remberton sirpet. Philadelphia:
George H Raiser, Lebanon: John Jacob
Rome Homestead" Eueene J Btcpko Glass.
poYt. Earl L Teed. Union City. rrank Wlllo.
witch, 75T South Clarence street Philadel
phia; Charles Wright, Siaron Hill.
Died of Disease
PRIVATES Arthur Munro, Lock Haven;
Arthur Thomas, Sn5dersIIle.
SERGEANT Raymond Murphy, Pitts
burgh CORPORALS John Allen. Clearfield; Roy
V. Mlddleton, Emlenlon ,
PRIVATEB Rsmnnd H Rehm Tork:
ivter Oalass. East Braiy Amos It Jones
Warrior Run: Mlnas Makrakas Burnet's
town; John A. Mete Ornndvllle. Ueorie
F. Pmlth Oil City: Stanley Moaakowskl
Erie: Albert Reedy. Jessup
Wounded (Deitree Undetermined)
SEROEANT William F. Lebo. Jollett.
CORPORAL Roy James Colburn. Scran
ton WAOONER Fred L Bastion. Wllllams-
DPRIVATEB John Anderson. Ilraddock
John D Tiradshnw, Jr Stoven.vlllei Thomas
Oood Clymer: Wlllard F Williams Warrior-Run.
Charles J Slepetss, Lccchburs.
CORPORAlr Harry 'to. Shepherd. Blalrs-
PRIVATES James J McOonlisle. 2117
East Dakota street. Philadelphia. Raymond
C. Pearce. Saltsburs;
Killed- In Action
PRIVATES Cnarlei Flthlan Pancoast.
Woodstown, Oswald belfert. Passaic.
Died of Wounds
SEROEANTS James Dnnnely. Harrlman;
Clarenca C. Walling- Monmouth.
CORPORAL W llllam Art. Newark.
PRIVATES Leo J Rond. Newark; Con
rad Bchmltt, South River.
Died of Disease
rORPORAL Edward H. Martin Beverly.
PRIVATE John Maher, Jersey City,
PRP7ATE3 Denis H. Keane. Pasiatc;
Charles Henry RlcharJs. Jamesburir; Clar
nce H. Wilson, Newark- Rvall Olbbs. Oreat
Meadows; Joseph rrank Rlizo, Paterson.
PRrVATE Harry J. Olll, Atlantlo City.
Died of Wounds
PRIVATE Louis F. Thorpe, Wllmlnston.
Died of Disease
PRIVATE Oeorne Qolley, Jr., 200 East
Seventh street. Wilmington,
Killed In Action
PRIVATE Francis X. ICoerner, Balti
more. Died of Wounds
' CORPORAL Ellsha C. Hudson. Dlshop-
' PRIVATES John Henry Law, Baltimore;
James F. McKenna, Baltimore; James A.
PRIVATE John Kaufman. Baltimore,
TO CASUALTY LIST
Monday Is Going to Be a Fine Day fot Women to Choose
New Frocks for Thanksgiving Some Wonderfully Fine Things
Will Be Offered at Low Prices in the Down Stairs Store
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A. long; list of additions to the casualty
noil sent out of the War Department
today incmaes me loiiowine:
Killed In Action (Prevlonsly .Reported Miss
Inc In Action)
CORPORAL-rJoseph Peter Prato. Union
lmiVATES Jsck Brody. 101 Chestnut
street, Camden, N, J,, and James Dalsley,
Trenton, N. J,
Wounded Severely (Preilouslr Reported
Mltilnc In Action)
PRIVATES Clyde 13. Appleman, Roaring
Hprlngs Pa., and Domlnlck Prosperla,
South Bethlehem. Pa.
Wounded, Derree Undetermined (Previously
. Reported Killed In Action)
PRIVATE Frederick Dunn. Vandergrlft,
Wounded, Decree Undetermined (Previously
Reported Miasm: In Action)
SEROEANT Oeorge Mortimer English,
CORPORAlfB James M. Loughrldze, Bel.
lersvllle, Pa and Harvard w, Rlvel, 882
Preston street, Philadelphia,
PIVTEH JohnJI Alcorn. 1711 Oreen
street. Harrlsburc. Pa.i Charles W, Arndt,
Mlentown. Pa.; Water R. Connlson, 2403
Ktewart street. Philadelphia; Edward D.
Daniels, M70 Heston street, Phlladelphlp ;
Stanley Kenlti. Pittsburgh) Raymond A.
ihiina Monpngahela, Pa ; Oeoran 11 stone.
310 North Nineteenth street. Philadelphia;
irtln Wei a Dubois. Pa i Nelson W.
Young, 1811 Wolf street, Philadelphia,
tounded Slightly (Previously Reported
Missing In Action)
PRIVATES Roy IS. Cluwson, Young--ktoral.
Pa., and Tneenh T, Munn, 1015 lie
talnger stieet, Philadelphia
Returned to Daly (Previously Reported
Mlaslog In Action
a PRIVATES Samuel T, Blalr, 301T Coral
rstraet. Philadelphia; Oscar D. Boyer. 2043
Bireei. niiauvittiuKi ueurif u,
1008 Bruce Tertaco. lialtlmor. Md.i
aver, Bouth,Amboy,'N.nJ. William
f .!. Kurt '., lft t nanUt Tt 11a.
iiA VUU Wakkh milk !,tilattK. SlUdel-
will find plenty of occupation in
tho Down Stairs Store selecting
suitable tokens to give to friends
at Christmas time.
It is good to know that one can
fill a long list all on one floor, in
a comfortablo atmosphere and at
the same time feel perfectly satis
fied that what ono is buying is all
all-right and will give plcnsuro to
tho end of its days of usefulness.
So everyone may foel in the
Down Stairs Store, for it is part
of tho Wanamakcr business. No
need to say more.
Mother of pearl paper cuttors
of a convenient size aro attractive
ly boxed. They would make suit-
ablo gifts to mends who read
much and need something to cut
pages. 25c each. (Central.)
Bureau scarfs wi h linene or nll
lincn centers are adorned with
lace insertions or medallions.
Many are trimmed with imitations
of cluny and filet laces., ?1 to $3
A silk handkerchief is always
appreciated by a man. You have
wide choice at 30c (Central.)
How many bags aro you going
to make for gifts? Have you
seen the bag frames in the Jewel
ry Section? Those of celluloid
aro generously sized in white,
amber, tortoiso shell and various
colors. Attractive metal frames
hayo chains attached. $1 to $5.
Cotton pillow cases, neatly hem
stitched and embroidered, are at
tractively boxed in pairs at $1.75
a pair. (Chestnut.)
Who wouldn't bo a baby, Just to
get some of the prettiest gifts
under the Christmas tree? Mother,
too, will thank you for a pair of
carriage clamps coveied with
shirred pink or blue ribbon deli
cately painted with tiny floweis
by hand. $1.25 and ?1.B0 a pair.
Windsor ties for schoolgirls!
That is a commendable thought,
for what schoolgirl wouldn't bo
pleased with a pretty one? The
ties are of crepo de chine, satin
or silk in almost all light and dark
colors, and some arc striped. 35c
to 60c. (Central.)
Some one once said that gen
erosity is a fragrance to delight
tho hearts of men meaning wo
men, too! It's pretty near the
truth, don't you think? These
small gauze-covered potpourri
novelties surely must be the fra
grance! They delight the eyes,
too, for one can see the rosebuds,
lavender and petals held within.
25c, 50c and 75c. (Central.)
Curiosity is excited by the sight
of small, gieen Jewell y boptes!
Open one! Why, there on a bed of
green or purple velvet, nestles a
lovely bar pin! Opening others
wo find breast pins, lingerie
clasps, stick pins, etc. 76c each.
Dainty hanjrers for babies' or
children's coats and dresses are
covered with pink or blue satin
ribbon and some are hand-painted.
60c to $1.50. (Central.)
China Silk, $1 a Yard
Light and dark colors of China
silk arc in domand for the .making
of lamD shades, fancy work, che-
'mises and nighties. The silk is 36
inches wido and a good quality.
For Waists and Shirts
White habutal silk, 36 inches
wide, will make tho nicest sur
prises in the way of shirtwaists
and men's shirts! It is ?1, ?1.25
and $1.65 & yard.
Crepe de Chine
is 40 inches wido and is in many
colors as well as in whito and
black at $1.85 a yard.
The Japanese Have
Proven That Warm
Kimonos Can Be
' They've done it by making
beautiful kimonos out df rather
heavy flannellet in soft, delightful
colorings and embroidering them
with trailing vines and roses of
white. These have the regular
kimono sleeves, straight lines
and charming grace. In rose,
pink, lavender, Copenhagen and
light blue embroidered by hand
Special at 29c
Warm, fleecy cotton flitnnel
in pink, blue or gray stripes
and in many combinations of
colois. 27 inches wide.
It's Safe to Say
, Wants Pink
Young women like them im
menselyparticularly girls who
are away at school.
Delightful new ones, cut in one
piece, aro of silk mull made in
the first is printed with blue
butterflies and trimmed with blue
the second has pink silk dots
and blue hemstitching and rib
bons. the third has a little lace
edged peplum and pink silk cords
All are $5.
A simple little slipover night
gown of white nainsook is edged
about the neck and sleeves with
More elaborate is a square-neck
gown trimmed with excellent lace
and a wide band of blue ribbon
across the front. The little sleeves
are formed of alternate rows of
tucking and lace. $2.50.
Smart, Tailored Waists
Tailored blouses of closely
woven white striped madras
have detachable collars.
White batiste blouses with con
vertible collars that can be"
worn quite high have square
tucking forming a vest in
Plain linen in a small, close
weave forms neat blouses with
White batiste blouses with con
vertible collars are tucked all
the way down the front.
Tho collar and cuffs of this white batiste blouse are of pique.
The blouse that is sketched Is of sheer batiste, simply
made with a convertible collar. A narrow hand-crocheted
edgo finishes the collar; the cuffs and down the front Small,
white crocheted buttons are neat
2000 yaids of excellent half
linen kitchen toweling, 17
inches wide, with bluo borders.
Special at 21c a yard.
Uoxes coyered with cretonne
contain from one to five quires
of linen-finished paper with en
velopes. 50c to $2.75.
Gay holly boxes hold a varying
amount of paper with envelopes
to match at 25c to $1.50. ,
And at S1.25 a Box
are combinations of color. Each
box contains 24 tards, 24 sheets
of paper and 48 envelopes pret
tily tied With ribbon.
Lavender and white,
Dluo and white.
Khaki and white.
Special groups have been arranged -some from our
own stocks and now marked at lowered prices, some re
cently purchased at concessions and brought forth for the
first time Monday morning. Every dress in the collection is
in some good style of the present season, as you will quickly
recognize. There are
Street Dresses Afternoon Dresses Evening Dresses
and Dresses for Business Wear
Savings Range From a Third to a Half
Tailored Serge Frocks
at $5, $10 and $12
These are simple little frocks trimmed with buttons
or braid, principally in dark shades navy, brown and
black. Most of them would be marked twice the prices
quoted. The $5 lot is in a limited quantity, so it is best
to come early for them.
at $10, $12, $15 and. $16.50
This is a generous group of dresses of many, many
kinds, though not a great quantity of any one style. They
are beaded or embroidered or combined with Georgette
crepe, and there are many delightful phases of the girdle
and a wide use of fringe. They are in brown, taupe, navy,
black and burgundy and are in sizes up to 46, though not
in every style. $5 to $10 is to be saved on every dress.
Handsomer Frocks ot Satin
at $19.75 to $22.50
Here you will see the new collarless bodice, much
fringe vand heavy embroidery done in braid or silk. Loose
Eanels swing from many of the skirts and many of the
odices are draped. Sizes for women and young women.
Tricolette Frocks , Wool Jersey Frocks.
$19.75, $22.50 and $25 $15 and $22.50
There are only one or two of a kind of
these in navy, tan, rookie and taupe.
Handsome Evening and Dinner
They have sold from two to three times
their present price. These are only one of a
kind, slightly mussed; made of lovely satin,
net and tulle. With the season just begin
ning, women will appreciate the opportunity
of getting such frocks at only a fraction of
their former prices.
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These have the straight lines, so lovely in
these clinging dresses, and some have over
skirts deeply fringed. They are in American
Beauty, mahogany, Copenhagen, taupe, navy
and Pekin blues. The minimum saving is $15,
and many are $20 underprice.
Lovely Velveteen Frocks, $25
One model over a satin foundation, an
other a copy of a Lanvin model such are the
Women's Coats Are Handsomely
Trimmed With Fur to Usher Winter in
Special at $19.75 roll collars and buttons of beaver fur cloth
make cozy the coats of heavy cheviot. Inlaid plush collars top
burella coats and some cheviot coats have bands of mole fur cloth
on the collars.
Opportune Choosing at $22.50
Velour coats aro in innumerable short-waisted and belted models.
Many havo fur cloth collars in beaver color and others are trimmed
with seal fur cloth.
Special at $23.50
Velour coats with novel belts have warm, cuddly collars of seal
Velour and Pompom
Belted or plain models aro topped with collars of seal fur cloth
or of real fur. All of tho coats are fully lined for warmth. $25 and
Wool velour coats with large kit coney collars are $32.50.
Coats of splendid quality velour and pompom are lined with silk.
Some of the collars are of nearseal fur in roll or cape effect. Ono
model has a deep band of fur at the bottom, and has fur cuffs and a
fur collar. $35.
Natural Raccoon Collars
are very fashionable,
loose backs or belts.
You con get them on wool velour coats with
$49.75 and $57.50.
handsomely trimmed with fur some with fur collars and cuffs and
pockets, and some with fur about the bottom arc exactly the kind of
personal wrap that a well-dressed woman wants to don in the evening.
They aro nice enough for any occasion. $52.50, $55, $65, $69.75, $72.50.
$85 to $110.
Hudson Seal Fur Cloth
that resemble the leal fur have plain
or large fur collars. $24.75, $25,
$42.50 to $75.
Curtains Signal the
Lovely? fluttery curtains of
white, cream or ecru marqulsottes
are edged with imitation :luny
lace. $2 a pair.
Lace Curtains With
300 Sets Special at 85c
Scotch thread lace in attractive
border effects forms these cur
tains. The set consists of two side
curtains and one valance for each
window that would bo $1.70 for
two sets to curtain two windows.
Beautiful Lace Window
Special at $4.50 Each
Eight patterns are here to choose
among the ecru Arabian lace pan
els 2tt yards long and 42 to 45
inches wide. They have handsome
borders. This price is lessthan
th wholMftla one today, ,
A New Rug for the Dining Room
Thanksgiving Is Very Near
The appearance of the dining room on this greatest feast day is so much in the
minds of home-loving women. They want it to look its best in honor of the great cause
for our unusual thankfulness. Naturally, the rug largely makes the room. The Down
Stairs Store is ready with special rugs to he
7.6 x 9 Feet
Seamless tapestry Brussels rugs are $19.60.
Seamed Axminster rugs are $32.50.
Seamless Axminster rugs are $37.50.
8.3 x 10.6 Feet
Seamless tapestry Brussels rugs are $25,
Seamless velvet rugs arc $31.60.
Seamed Axminster rugs' are $32.50 and $37.60.
Seamless Axminster rugs are $32.50, $39.60
Wilton rugs are $65 and $72.50.
Seamless tapestry Brussels rugs are $27.50.
Seamed Axminster rugs are $37.50 and $42.50.
Seamless Axminster rugs are $49 and $55,
Wilton rugs are $57.60, $69 and $76. x
The New Art Rugs
of wool and fiber are suitable for all rooms. The
weave is unusually heavy to give extra service.
0x9 feet, $15.
8.3 x 10.6 feet, $24.
0 x 12 feet, $27. ,
Chenille Bath Rugs at Half
Price on the Center Aisle
The rugs are lovely no bther word for it
they are so soft and the colorings are attractive.
These are discontinued lines, and some show slight
signs of handling that is why we mark them at
Prices start at $1.35 for rugs 24 x 48 inches
and go up to $3 for rugs 36 x 72 inches,
1000 Yards of Standard
Inlaid Linoleum in a Limited
Variety of Patterns
at $1 a Square Yard
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WE Couldn't Buy Such Suits
as These for $23.50
but YOU Can!
In the wholesale market we would be lucky if we could
get such fine all-wool suits at an advance on this price, for
all-wool material is one of the scarcest things in the market.
These are of fancy mixed cheviots and cassimeres and
a few blue herringbone weaves in styles suitable for men
and young men. Some waistline suits among them.
Overcoats Are Involved in
Lively Doings, Too
Evfery day a great number of men try them on and walk
out with them. Men who know value never hesitate fot ft
minute, and the ones who want to "shop around a little"
always come back most positive that the best overcoats in
Philadelphia for $25 to $35 are right here in the Wana
maker Clothing Store on the gallery.
Clothes-Wise Men Will Be Up and Out
Early Next Monday Morning
Thanksgiving Is Close!
Many Men Change
to Stiff Cuffs in
And two good specials in such
shirts are ready for them
. a madras shirt with woven
colored stripes at $2.35;
a white mndrns shirt with
white stripes at $1.50.
This shirt is marked much be
low current prices.
These Stacks of Quilts Are a
Store-house of Warmth
What comfort in their downy softness, what
warmth in their plump, light thickness!
Most of them are marked at special prices, and all
of them are of splendid quality, perfect in every way.
The savings average at least a third.
4 Wool-Filled Quilts, $7 to $16.50
These are of white lamb's wool mixed with a little cotton
and are ever so soft and fluffy.
The quilts at $7, $7.50 and $8.50 are covered with
figured cambric or sateen with plain borders.
At $10 there are quilts covered with Florentine silk, with
plain backs and borders.
At $12.50 these have satin borders to harmonize with the
At $15 there is a quilt with a silk top and border and a
Florentine silk back.
At $16.50 a quilt covered on both sides with silk the
top figured, the border and back plain. This is most unusual
at this price.
Down-Filled Quilts, $6.50, $8.50 and $9
These pretty things are all covered with sateen figured
all over or printed in quilt designs, with borders and centers.
The sateen is closely woven, the stitching well put in and tho
down is in generous quantities and of high quality.
Cotton-Filled Quilts, $2.50 to $5
Pure white cotton, soft and thick, is used to fill these
quilts, and cambric or other cotton prints form their coverings.
They are in a great many patterns and colorings at $2.60, $3,
$3.50, $4 and $5.
All Sorts of Good Blankets
Blankets for the bed are of cotton or wool and take many
forms, from the familiar white ones with1 pink or blue borders to
the copies of fine French blankets beautiful in color and de
sign. Also there are many good Indian blankets and dark
patterns suitable for motor use or for couch throws.
A Man's Footwear
is an important part in his ap
pearance if it is good-looking
footwear he will feel and look
that much better for it.
Black or tan leather shoes on
English last or black kidskin
shoes in wide toe shapes (for comfort-loving
men) are all $4.75
400 Pair of Women's Shoes
Special at $2.85
They ale a good, lather conservative style of black calfskin is
button style. The soles are welted and they have curved heels.
The $4.75 Lot of Good Shoes
for women still contains most every size that a woman wants. Espe
cially good are the brown kidskin with ivory tops and tho dirk
tan calfskin with imitation buckskin tops in a lighter shade.
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of many good kinds for men, women and children are hero, at !,
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