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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, DEfeEMBER 2, 191S
TOLLED IN ACTION I
General Pershing's Casu
alty Roll of 1526 Contains
Heavy Death List
21 DIE OF WOUNDS
Thirty-two Others Succumb
to Disease antl 372 Arc
tVaslilnulon, Dec. 2.
Jealn General Pershing reports a
loner roll of honor, today's casualty list
Comprising 1B20 names. Tho killed in
rielnflelili Vlneeit 8karnikl. rerth Ambon
John ICplev, Newnrk.
PIHVATES WlllUm noarlmn. Patcrsoni
Pettr Ferrlno. Newark! Ssblna D&ttolA. Jer-
n-r Cllyi Mux Frank, Jersey Cityj Chsrlea
If Iltteii. Hummervlllet Kllwood P. Pice.
Gloucester! (leorse John Ilrrnhardt, Outten
bom AIhrivIt p, Campbell, Uurllnston:
John J. riemlnr, Newark! Cyrua llrooks,
l'tersoni Wllllnm A. Uurness, Uoeotn; Y.&
ward (Irzankowakl. rerth Amhoyj Oeorie
V. Dublin, Red IMnkt Oeorite llemlon. Ham.
seyj William T. Maloney, Koviiort: Kilwartl
V, Pryor, Jersey Cltys John twls. Perth
Amboy: Victor Moneeknwskl. Jersey City;
Dcnjamln If. MJth. Passatc: Fred II. Plhl
man. Chatham: Sam Novoselskl Tom Hlvcr,
Died From Wound Received In Action
PRIVATE Ixiula Kolinsky,- Paaaalc
Died From Arcldents and flthrr Cause
COItPOKAL B. C. Desmond, Waretown.
PRIVATE Harry a. Duchanan. West Or
ange Wonnded Severely
rniVATRff Melvln It. Wilson. Tleaaant
Ulle: Patnfllo Oinmmarco, Falrvlow.
Wouniiea U'eicree. cnueterminein
tuiu'ujtAj,s iroy uuiick
a luiiM t. mine,, iniersuiu
PIHVATES Fred llretjs. nioomfteldt Al
bert J. Dobler, Jersey City Heights; Howard
Ntubba, Drlrtitetown! Howard E. Hammc. Jer
sey City; Adolph Klrchner, North Hereon.
Mlsslnr In Action
SCnaEANT Frank II. Honer. Oil North
Second street, Camden.
COHPORAI. Stephen Oblcy, Paterson.
COOK Otto A. Weber. Jersey City
I'lUVATKa Kazlmerz Bernat. jersey
SQUARE DEAL AND BASEBALL
WERE HIS MORALE BUILDERS
Major Ward W. Picrson, Killed Just After Promotion, Routed
Men Who Came to Look After MoraU
of His Boys at Meade
CHARLES S. BOND BURIED
"Give them cooil food, plenty of work,
a Bquarc deal, and a bascbnll outfit."
Thli was the system used by Major
Ward W. Plcrson who was killed In
France n few days nftcr he was pro
moted from captain, to build up the
morale of his soldiers. Major Plerson
Ulngocs; adopted this system when ho commanded
company I, aictli Infantry, during ita
'raining period at Camp Meade.
To several hundred Phlladelphlans
who passed through tho company during
the long training period of tho Seventy
ninth Division, Major Plerson will be
remembcrctl as tho man who routed the
When the Philadelphia men arrived at
City! aeoree Jmjrdan Ilerbst, Madison: Jamoa pjmn Meade scores nf men considered
JI. Keeley, West New York! John EUH. f, VkI," ,,,.' , 0I, ,f" consmerca
oraneej Edward Mprman. Perth Amboy; It their duty to protect the morals of
, Summarized, to date the losses are:
Dec. 2 Totals
Killed Inaction 800 21,60V
Died of wounds 21 8,040
Died of disease .. 1 11,133
Died of accidents and
other causes 32 1,411
Missing In action (In
cluding prisoners) ... 372 12.ri40
Wounded 301 48.6G0
lulled In Action
1IAJOR Edwin O. llutchlnca, Austin,
Morrijtovvti; Joseph Rantoro, Amazon; Walter no willingness to share, tho real hard-
WeehawkenrrarVyPlerreV'NewaVk? William .'" of -Major Plerson's doughboys.
Itetsch, Jersey City: Henry VanUeek, Her- V hen they became obnoxlou Major
ff"5- w-cinaf'f i v"'aliM' " Brftncni Plerson Issued nn order that prohibited
CAPTAINS William S. Pettlt. Chicago,
111. I Isaao Reese. Jr.. Memphis, Tcnn.
IJKUTKNANTS Victor E. Oarrctt, Kerr
vllle. Tex.i Thomas S. Tat. Memphis. Tenn.:
Robert W. Younir. Okolona. Arl;.; ldcn Ed
win Chatterton. Ann Arbor Mich.: rancla
P. Johnson, ZUlahi Waah.i Herbert Joachlnn
Otto. 1512 Doer street, Philadelphia, Pa.:
nlchard M, Raven, Hay fihore. N. . : Her
bert J. Sheldon. LansliiB. Mich.: Stanley
Terry Tarr, Burfalo, N. Y.: John II. Pyle,
Kalamazoo, Mich.: Alvln II. Cameron, Naah
vllle. Tenn.; Clverton Clair Crandall. Last
Vterton, N. Y.J Warren . Davis. Wil
mington, N. C: Oscar K. Hellnulst. Bum
mlt. N. J,; Welty A. Miller. Weston. Mo.:
Maurice P. Nlven. Upper Montclalr, N. J.:
John W. Uenner, Illlllards, O.: Jarert Jnek
aon, Atchiaon, Kan.; John r. Orr. Yamhill.
Ore.: Percy A. Hideout, liralntree. Mass.;
Alexander McPherson lluesell. Bedford. Pa.:
Jacob Sh&fran, Socretary of War, Wash
ington, D. C.
Died From Accident and Other Cnusn
LIEUTENANT GANTT, Wlnnsboro, S. C.
v Killed In Airplane Accident
LIEUTENANTS Reginald J. Calkin.
Green Hay, Wis.; Clinton R. Madison. I'eta
MAJOR Christopher l Lee, Dorchester,
LIEUTENANTS 'William II. Jones. West
Oronge. N. J.: Elzle V. McQInnls. Ht. Louis.
Md. : Frederick J. Glllls, Dorchester, Mass.;
Kenneth II. Kelplen, Ripley, N. T.
Wounded (Degree Undetermined)
COLONEL Fred C. Dojlo. Son Antonio,
LIEUTENANTS Charles B. Briscoe, Dal
las, Tex.: T. Wllllan Tlmpson. Denver. Col.:
Howard D. Valentine. River Forest, 111.:
Hoy W, Johnson. Orand Rapids. Mich.:
Harry II. liegeman. Bro'klyn. N. Y. : Armln
n. Herold. Itedlands. Cal. : Julian II. Norton.
Bristol. Conn.: William C. Trumbuwer. And.
ntr N. J.
Missing' In Action
LIEUTENANTS John I". Merrill. Ne.
slianlc Statlo.i. N. J.: II. E. J'etree. Oregon,
M, Pmory A. Samson Dea Moines. la.;
Chester II. Kennedy. YcMlnnUllc, Tenu.:
Killed In Action
SEUCniANTS Frederick A. Tessmer, OH
City; William Aloyslus Barrett, SaRon:
Charles J. Bock. Pennsylvania Railroad Com.
pany, Philadelphia: Walter O. Horak. Scran,
ton: Warren D. Purcell, Welkert: William
J. Cush. Homestead: Joseph II. Weber, 10
West Birch street, Philadelphia; deorge E.
CORPORALS Joseph 1. Thompson. Shaft;
Isaac Cohen. Harrisburg; josepn ionaRe,
Moieserti Andrew Barley, Pittsburgh! El
i mer I. Cardney. Unltyvllle: Harry P. Smith,
v. ..IJtS D street. Philadelphia: Christian
Hoover Whltmer. Reamstown: Trancis F.
Hocan North Plttsbumh.
BUGLERS Francis roster, Jr.. 3424
Nc'h Second street. Philadelphia; George
Mec- Robinson. Walnut.
JIECHANICS Wllllnm J. Moore. r.r,33
Unlsnd street. Philadelphia; Moses F. Ycr
,gt .. Pottstown.
PRIVATES Joseph Carps, Carnegie!
Jjhn Carson. 1803 East Tioga street. Phil
adelphia; James K. Danner. Cly: Frank
TJeguzes, Luzerne: Harrv W. Fee, (lien
t inipbell: Clark jr. Awns, Rldgways Wll
4 1. am H. Ayres. Dunbar: Robert J. Barnes.
WadVsvlIle: Sostlno Castrlgiano. TS1 Car-
renter street. Philadelphia: Morris Cohen.
1M4 North Marshall street. Philadelphia:
Adam R, Miller. Baxter; Leo Rarzkowskl,
Mahanoy City: Albert L. Reeder. Elysburg;
John Baslllt. Handling: Patrick r. Craven.
Wllliamstown: Raymond II, McCoy, Altoona;
Peter ntrone, W'nllstono! Antonio Rieoco,
Wlndber: John Sandora. 42fl High street:
Philadelphia: William O. Trimble, New
berry: Charles A. Dick. Folcr-t: Charles
ilelles, Srranton; Lea Alfred Hanks. Iruj.
owe: Michael J. Conroy. Ardmore; Josei
ox. 200S East Collins street. Philadelphia:
James M. Hall, St. Michael: William Athas,
Scrantonj Paul Anderson Ulennon, Glenfletd;
Io Thomas McCabe. 712.1 Keystone street.
iSirnnv. PhlladelDhla: Sidney McFarlane.
Shreve,port! Lewis B. Kehl. Pennsburr: Har
Ola IJ J.anaio. JAiirasicri wir.iv Ji.uiot,
J Reading: David 13. Orr. Indiana; "Matthew
T. Nally. Conshohocken: Ernest C. New-
rath. 3002 Sydenham street. Philadelphia;
Horace J. O'Donnell, 1119 Herman street.
Clermantown, Philadelphia: Earl H, Op
linger. Walnutport: John Welchko, Puritan;
Charles II. Redman, 4020 Tackawanna street,
Philadelphia; Bert Edgar Seamena, Corry:
Robert C. Wilcox, Wellsboro; Edward E.
Gery, Sinking Spring; Nicola Gienfatarlno.
f'larlrahltrv. nhnrllN J. HaVB. DOneffat! RalDll
a. Orndorlf. Waynesburg; Anton! IUchlln
ski, nrecklnrldgo; Adolph Skldmont. 32S3
Wlngstone street. Philadelphia; Joseph Leo
Smith. Clearfield: John M. Target. 4004
North Fifth street, Philadelphia: Emmt G,
Laub. 2042 North Thirtieth street, rhllu
delphla Joseph I,. Monige, 2SHI North
Hafley street. Philadelphia; alorglo Plscro,
J& Died of Wounds
snnsEANT John Henry Theurel. Haner.
PRIVATES John A. McDevlt. 320 Pennell
street, Chester: Albert D. White. 2010 Ells
Wcrth street PJilladelphla.
Died From Accidents nnd Oilier Cause
PRIVATES Joseph W. Lewis. Connells
villa: William Duffleld Uutler; Joseph Hef
fron. 1101 Mount Vernon street, Philadelphia.
CORPORAL Stephen W. Forgas, 3038
Ganl strret. Philadelphia.
PRIVATES Ralph M. Snyder. Broolallle;
Joseph G. Gebhart. Pittsburgh; Thomas F.
Emnry 18 Seville stree Philadelphia; Jmes
J( Fletcher. fllB South Hancock street: Phil
adelohia; Oeorge L. F.-iek. Pottstown; Henry
J; Howe W st Tlrldiewater,
Woundel (Degree Vndelermlnrd)
BERQEANTS Charles R. Kimball, 4120
Chester avenue. Philadelphia; Henry G.
CORPOIIALS Frank (1. Formnn 21 North
lerazler street, Philadelphia; Horace E. Kir
by, 2431 East Norrls strett. Philadelphia.
PRIVATES Paul Hupp. Windsor: Charles
V, Beck, -ll ooutn uarnsie street, i-nii'
Harry Wclnateln, Newark.
Wounded (Degree Undetermined)
PRIVATE Frank W. Traverse, 415 East
Ninth street. Delaware.
SERGEANTS John E. Martin, Baltimore!
Isaac Morris. Ualtlmorc.
CORPORALS Milton E. Hartman, Suit
land: Ellis P. Mahan, Elklns.
WAGONER Charles A. Lankford, Crls
fleld. PRIVATES Allan Vlcltey, Cella: John L.
Riser, Hagerstown: William Hunkey, Union
Bridgo; William F. Clazey, Baltimore; An
thony J. Mlsko, Tlnltlmore; nlchard Whito
Wells, Baltimore, Wllllnm A. Graham. Bal
timore: Thomas O'Maltey. Baltimore; Reno
E. Wyand Sharpsburg; Ernest C. Zseusen
ler, Baltlmoro; Christian E. Ulrlch. Ifaltl
moro: Rodney V. II, Spring. Eastern: Joseph
Wilson. Baltimore: John Vanuccl. Frostburg:
Harry E. Stottlemeyer, HagerBtown; Lcroy
Mlsfclng In Action
PRIVATE Roy H. Walter Deer I'Ark.
PRIVATE Georgo A. KldwVll, Baltimore;
Harry Vogelstcin, Baltimore; Charles Stoc
Killed in Action
SERGEANT Clifton O. Burks, l'incy
Hill: Charles E. Hc-lshnian, Edlnburg.
CORPORALS Itufus It. Jones. lied Oak;
Arthur N. iJonohue, South Norfolk.
PRIVATES Joe Bernoskl. West Point:
Martin Bowline, Sowers; Willie N. Edwards
Cana; Arthur Herbert. St. Albans: Floyd
J. Hetzer. Richmond: Crockett I. Wright.
Rocky Mount: James R. Havener, Hlghtown:
George W. Meadows, Roanoke: Ernest Cole
man I'urks. Guinea: Joseph Heath, Hamp
ton: Casslus 1. Pnraon. Waverly.
Dned From Wounds Itecened In Action
MECHANIC Georga W. Harkrider. Bel
springs. W'nunded (Degree Ifndetermlned)
SEROEANT Raleigh Emanuel Suter.
PRIVATES Conley V. Arwood. Fulrvlew;
Wllmer Morris, Elkton; Charles Johnson,
Missing In Action
PRIVATES Hoy A. Bazzarro, Lowmoor:
Maurice BcaverB, Bristol: Moody J. Davis,
Danville; Henry Freeman, Richmond;
Thomas E. Jeffs, Petersburg: Frank Mark
ley, Columbia. Furnace: Edward L. Klttz,
Bastlan: Hilly K. Leonard. Galax: Jack C.
Hilierwood. Fines Creek Mills: Wlllard a.
Rush, Lynchburg; James W. Turner, Cul-peper.
PER IARRIVO DI
WILSON A ROMA
civilians from the barracks of his com
Hoys Clean nnd Mnnly
"To build up the morale of American
soldiers," explained tho major, "It 1
not necessary to hammer ten dlffereni
kinds of religion Into their minds. Give
them good food, plenty of work, a snuare
deal and a baseball outfit. Wo have
chaplains In our regiment who guard
the morals of tho boys and they are not
overworked, because the boys In Uncle
Sam's army are clean nnd manly. A vast
majority aro church members, but re
sent the Interference of men who are
not willing to sharo their sorrows and
Major Plerson, while at Camp Meade.
Introduced nn educational system that
was adopted by other commanders In
camp, and many of his ldeasvere In
corporated In tho curriculum of the Camp
Mode (pincers' training camp.
In a word, ho Introduced a lecture
system that was similar to that In vogup
In the colleges and high schools. His
DR. ELIZA PETTINGILL,
PHYSICIAN, DIES AT 77
doughboys, when off the Held, wero
forced to attend lectures, and sus'nln
their Interest. Major Plerson worked
out a. system that, proved popular and
ffectlve. Under nn old system the
doughboys were compelled to listen te
long lectures on military topics, nnd lr
many Instances this system failed tt
Changed the Program
Woman Homeopath, Leader
in Profession, Practiced
More Than 50 Years
"Give the boys a short talk on each
subject nnd sustain their Interest," (tali
Major Plerson to Colonel Hosenbaum.
Tho colonel gave his consent to a change
In tho program, nnd In a week Jj Com
pany was leading all other units In the
When tho Philadelphia War Chest
drive was In progress Colonel Hosen
baum, of the 315th Infantry, was re
quested to send his best company of
Hilladclphlans to the city. Ho picked
Company L, which at that time was 100
per cent Philadelphia!!,
On April 4 tho Seventy-ninth Division
left Camp Meado and marched to Ualtl-
nore, where It was reviewed by Presi
dent Wilson on April C. Just before
unrtlng on the long hlko Major Plerson
tddressed his company, and In a few
orks asked tho men to make good.
"I don't want n man to fall out during
tho march," argued tho major. "If one
man quits It will tempt a second man to
uilt, and that will give our outfit a
ilaek mark." '
Not a man In Company I dropped out
of tho ranks during tho march to Baltl- i
more and return. I
Services for Old School Iluptist Cliurcli
Funeral services wero hold this
afternoon for Charles H. Bond at tho
home, 3315 Uber Btrect, conducted by
TCldcr D. F. Crullls, of the Old School
Haptst Church. Columbia nnd Park ave
nues. Interment was made In Hill
I Mr. Hond died November 29, after five
1 days' Illness, of bronchial pneumonia,
Ho was In his sixty-first enr. He wm,
born In Salem, N J., December 17, 1857.
Ho was for thli teen J ears a resident oV
Dcthayrcs, Montgomery County, and
later served for twelve years as col
lector of delinquent taxes In NorrlSf
town. At the time ho was taken 111 he
was a clerk In Wanamakcr & Ilrown'R
Oak Hall clothing store Ho was nn
cxhortcr In tho Old School Baptist Church
and possessed an rxtenslte knowledge
of tho Bible. Ho Is survived by a widow,
a son, Horace S Bond, of Springfield,
Mass ; two daughters, Mrs. William
Taylor, of Pattenburg, X. ,T , nnd Miss
Bertha Bond, and two grandchildren.
ONE BOTTLE LASTS
and makes wartime cook
ing perfectly satisfactory,
as regards flavor, nourish
ment and appetizing
taste. An Aid To Econ
THE ORIQINAL WORCESTERSHIRE
It "wakes up" tasteless
Dec. ', 101i
Un Apparlamento del Palazzo
Reale Destinato al
Published nnd Distributed Under
PERMIT NO 341
Authorized by the act of October 0,
1017, on fllo at tho JMstotflco of Phila
By order of the President.
A. S. BURLESON.
Postmaster General. ,
Itoma, 2 dicembre.
Un appartamento del palazzo rcnlo al
Qulrlnalo o' utato preparato per essero
posto a disposlziono del Prcsldeutn
Wilson o della sua slgnora, duranto la
vlslta a questa capitate, secondo una
notlzla pubbllcata dal Messaggero.
(Ncssun annunzlo ufflclalo e" ctato
dato circa 1'ltlnerarlo cho segulra' 11
Presidente Wilson duranto 11 buo vlagglo
In Europa, ma da fontc autorevolo &l o'
appreso cho cgll mo to probabllmente
vlsltora' l'ltalla, dopo essero Btato in
Inghllterra, Helglo e Francla. Un dlspac
clo do Torino, -icncrdl scorso, nnnun
zlo' cho tutto lo cltta del Plemonte
nvrebbero conferlto la clttadlanza ono
raria al Presidente Wilson o che copla
dello dellberazlonl del rlspettlvl comunl
sarebber state consegnate In una so
lenne cerlmonla In occaslone del pas
sagglo del Presidente per Torino,
quando si sarebbo recato a Itoma.)
Parlgl, 2 dicembre.
II Conslgllo munlclpalo dl Parlgl ha
dellberato dl recarsl In corpo all'arrlvo
del Presldento Wilson, per presentargli
jll augurl o dargll 11 benvenuto a noma
della popolazlono dl Parlgl, 11 con
slgllo ha pure espresso l'oplnlone cho tt
glorno dell'arrlvo del Presldento sla os
scrvato como festa nazlonate.
Uno del plu' grnndl ed Important!
progetth che ha comlnclato a' maturare
come un prellmlnare del Congresso della
Pace, o' la creazlouo dl una permanente
commlssiono interalleata, nella qualo
1'Inghllterra, la Francla, l'ltalla o gll
Statl Unltl arebbero tappresentato in
tutto le qucstlonl marittlme, flnanzlarle
o del v)veri. II progetto o' stato studlato
in tutta la sua plenezza o sara' sot-
toposto all'approvazlone del conslgllo che !
ayra JUU1U IJiunoiuiuiiiv.iia til uuiluiu hi
1 prlml mlnistrl delle nazlonl alleate.
Detta commlsslone prendern' 11 posto
dl tro temporanel comltatl, ora In
Appointment of Former Legisla
tor to JUCIgesnip uxpeuiuu juuu
Dr. Ullza F. Pettlngilt, ono of tho
foremost voman physicians In tho State,
died today following a general break
down, superinduced by advanced ago.
Sho lived at 300 North Tenth street,.
where for more than a half century
sho had conducted her practice as a
She was a noted gynecologist, con
sulted by physicians In this and other
States. Sho was sovcntyseen years
Doctor Pettlnglll a week ago con
tracted a heavy cold. Sho continued
her practice almost to the last, however.
Dr. Pettlnglll Inherited her lovo for
tho study and practice of medlclno from
her mother. Dr. Sarah Brooks Pettlnglll,
who was ono of tho pioneer women
In the practice of homeopathy in this
city. Her grandparents wero also well-
Sho was born In Concord, N. II.. but ,
'amc hero with her parents cany in
Iff. Her father, John 15. Pettlnglll, was
a prominent merchant of Concord. Dr.
Pottinirlll wns a descendant of Dr. John
Brooks, of Metlford, a former Governor
Her early education was obtained at
tho Northwest grammar school. Fifteen
th and Bace streets, and later she was
graduated from tho UnHcrslty of Penn.
sylvanla and tho Woman's Medical Col
lege, this city.
She was a member of the American
Inatltuto of Homeopathy and the Phila
delphia County Medical Society, and was
one of tho promoters and a former vis
iting physician at. tho Woman's Homeo
pathic Hospital. Twentieth Btrect and
Susquehanna avenue. She was also an
Incorporator of tho Southern Homeo
pathic Hospital and a visiting physician
Doctor Pettlnglll, who was unmarried,
Is survived by three nephews and threo
nieces. The funeral will be held Thurs
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at her home.
Elkton Alarriago Licenses
nikton. Md.. Deo. 2. Tho following
couples were granted marriage licenses
hero today: Charles F. Bauman. Jr., and
Lillian M. Latterty, Patrick Polclno and
Fannie Cetnle. Stanley Smith and Mary
Haganor, Nicholas PetrocelU and Mary
Ilusso, Percy Allen and Florence Bryon,
all of Philadelphia; George Kleltt and
Adele Boss, lisslngton. Pa. : Nathan
Davis and Hilda Demby, Wilmington.
Del. ; Daniel J. Boyle, Chester, I'a., and
Margaret Lanney, Ussington, Pa. ; Paul
nr .Tnnps. iiuncor. I'a.. and Irene F.
Hoffman, Pen Argl Pa,: Frank J. i
Johnson and Mary Valentine, Trenton ;
Joseph M. Dlinano ann xwi uutru,
Camden; Joseph McGinn nnd Mary
Gurchausk, Camden ; Will C. Traxell and
Edith M. Kdwards Frackvllle, Piy. ;
Charles M. Hanseal and Gladys Gal
heber, Easton, Pa ; Earl Carney and
Mildred E. Maloy. Bethlehem, Pa.:
iVntter Adams and Lucy Nailzlnger,
Beading, Pa. : Frank Hidden. West
Chester. Pa., and Eva Graham. Camden,
and Itobert B Fowler, Philadelphia, and
Mildred E. Taylor.
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nielphlo: Jilchael F. Carroll, isu' North to announce the appointment of former
rweniy-niin streei. iiiiinuripnm; ucorto HelirecetUHtlvo 'i nomas . Jiciicnoi iu
o. Hsckett. Lewlstown: Itaymond Ileuton. ,h ' vacancy on the Municipal CoUrt
Norrlstown: John A. Mensel. Juniata; John i.'ineli caused by the death of Judge
Murray. Susqwhanna: Droo VhUiIc. stll. pencil causea uy lie " ouus
MurraT Susquvhanna: Droito ValeUc." stll. pencil causeu uy i lie u no J
town: Peter Zakareviez. California: Mar- Bernard Gilpin. Judge Gilpin s t
tin J. QUI. Pittsburgh: Italnh Marshall would have expired in January. 192
Johnson. Klttannlne: Hal mond Charles Kls. Itepresentatlvo McMchol Is uni
kadden. Lebanon; Georgo Edear Wolfe
' Mlsslnic In Action
SEItOEANT Kwlns K. Lj-nn, Hast SIc
ICcesport, , CORPOIIALS Joseph C Kotehlr, Pitta
bursh: John E. Helrhert, Pittsburgh: Charles
Hertram M'rrltt, Mercer: WlllUm A. Mttt
Un. Ellwood City. . ' .
nuOI.KH Edward, Stoeeker. Pittsburah.
WAOONER Halph MeCormlck, Chin
PRIVATES Oluseppn L'alerl, Ilernlrkl
Andrew Adams. Moon Hun; John A. Ilrown
Allentown: Charlm Hutts. ISM West Indiana
avenue, Philadelphia: CJabrWle Cramllll
Parneslei ltoeco Lachloinl, Eustoni Huntl
iiSn?piS nSj WOMAN JUMPS FROM WINDOW
Wllllnm I. .Nunan Monola: .Albert. Baxter JlaKCS Leap While UeliriOUS ttllU
Rtunri tn. hnvf been slated for th, vi-
cuncy for somo time, but his appoint
ment Is said to have been delayed bu
cue of his Ineligibility to assume the
placo while a member of tho Leglsla
tuie. Mr. McNlchoI, who was nominated by
the Bepubllcans In the Seventh Legisla
tive District, resigned tho nomination.
His term as a member of tho House ex
Mr. McNlchoI served four terms as a
member of the House. He was tho Yare
floor leader last session.
Haulers. Com: Albert 8. Staerk Altonna:
Hdwaru HianisinwnuiB, roreii uuy; joun
Otlrert Walte. HIUo,: Enrleo llnnso, RI4
Soi-th .TVolfth street. I'hllsdslrhia: Harry
CJ. Raiinln. S4m North Helen stret Phlla
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uel Schwartz 2'Jll East William street.
Philadelphia; Joseph C. Torosky. Plymwlhi
Benjamin Weiss T3D Wlnton street! Phila
delphia! Jospli V. O'ltourk. Union Cllvi
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Suffers Fractured Skull
I.uba Estls COO Qlrard avenue, Jump- i
ed from a tturu.siory window or ner
home this afternoon while delirious,
and suffered a fractured skull, .
She was found unconscious by n rela
tive and sent to tha Children's Homeo
pathic Hospital. Her recovery Is doubt,
Dog lilies Policeman
Walter Saybolt, a patrclman of the '
Belgrade and Clearfield streets station,
was severely b'tten In tho right Ice
at Thompson nd Blkhart streets; this
ttittrnoon, y.. ""st- ' wi irwuwi
Don't Be a
Bo tho life of tho evening, the
joy of the party, the little ray
of sunshine in the gloom of the
grill-room. Stop at the nearest
newsstand nnd buy a copy of
the most dixerting, stimulating,
cheero-splrited magazine Going :
ON SALE NOW
' Price '35 cents
Made from Straight AVheat Flour
No Substitutes Used
Tho biggest anti best value baked in these
United States today. We care not where you go nor
what you pay, "Victor" is the nearest approach to
the best home-made bread you ever served.
22c Vi peck; 85c '2 bushel (30 lbs.)
We sell potatoes by weight, guar
anteeing you always full measure.
Buy a few extra bushels for winter
use before the weather gets too cold.
Big value in a household
necessity of exceptional
AH Wheat 12 lb Wffc
FlOUr Bag O
Any mill brand in stock.
No substitutes required.
Bic, Meaty ?ftsc
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Carefully selected nnd we
guarantee 12 gooa eggs in
A big package of the best
white oats grown.
Keep a few extra cans in tho pantry.
Better for all kinds flf puddings and more eco
nomical to use than fresh milk.
Every Day Needs
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Spaghetti can 10c, 15c
Potted Meats can fic-lOc
Best Corn Meal lb. 5c
S"ced Drird Becf,..pkg. 13c
Pnplr nnA Hpnna. merl rnrt Iflr
1 Kellogir's Corn Flakes, pk. Jlc
t Tost Toastles..s. ...pkg. lie
Choice Prunes lb. 14c
Calif. Evap. Pears... lb. 20c
Calif. Evap, Apricots, ,1b. 27c
Choice Peas can 16c
Asco Peas ,can 19c
Choice Corn can 16c
Fancy Bed Beets can 17c
Mixed Vegetables... can 13c
Pink Salmon big can 21c
Tomoto Puree can 9c
Best Table Syrup.... can 13c
Asco Buckwheat. ...pkg. He
Asco Pancake Flour, pkg. 14c
Juicy Lemons doz. 20c
Best Cranberries lb. 12c
Best Mince Meat lb. 18c
I'ure Apple llutter. .. ,1b. lac
White Soup Beans lb. 13c
Best Barley lb. 5c
Choice Apples pk. 18c
Choice Grapefruit. each 6c-7c
Seeded Raisins pkg. 13c
Seedless Raisins. .. .pkg. 15c
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And Throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey
Delaware and Maryland
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Furs for Christmas, of Course!
For tho woman who hasn't furs they aro thr absolutely
surc-firo present, for every woman loves furs. Many pelts of
many kinds are in the Down Stairs Store. Every piece is
marked in plain figures, just what the price is, just what the
fur is, which means shopping with your eyes open and in full
Natural Nutria Muffs
are $19.r0. These arc immensely fashionable and are being
earned by women whose coals aro trimmed with nutria or
made entirely of tho fur.
Other muffs that will harmonize with fashionable coat '
Blended skunk muffs, ?25. Kit coney muffs, $9.
Natural raccoon muffs, ?25. Black coney muffs, $9.75.
Some Good Scarfs
Dyed black dog, 22.50. Black or kit coney, 5,9.75.
Dyed taupe fox, $37.50. Brown fox, ?2o.
Blended skunk, $27. Xatural bear, $55.
Alaska brown wolf, $50. Xaturnl raccoon, $i!0.
Dyed skunk raccoon, $50. Brown Russian hound, $25.
Good neckties at 65c and 85c.
Good-looking shirts at $1.45 to
Dressing gowns at $7.75.
House coats at $4 to $7.50.
Silk or artificial silk mufflers' at
$1.50 to $1.
There are convenient tables of
these things through the center
section of the Down Stairs Stores
as well as the
Nightwear for Men
Muslin or domet nightshirts,
well made, at $1.50.
Domet pajamas in pink or blue
stripes at $2.25.
The Weather That Attends on Santa Glaus
Demands Warm Coats
Warm wool coating in shades of gray and green is
made into coats loosely gathered in back and trimmed
with buttons. The front boasts largo patch pockets.
i Vi-0,, ' V" co,lnr Is of I,Ulsn to match. Kach coat
is half lined.
Thick cheviot coats in duik .shades are belted in
an interesting way and have short side panels edged
with fur. Broad collars aro of kit coney. The coats
are half lined.
Brown, green and navy blue woft, warm velour
coats are made on loose lines with deep set-in pockets.
I he tuined-back cuffs and largo collars are of the
Coats of wool velour in navy blue and brown un
made in the same style as the model that is sketched
1 hey are fully lined.
They begin at $iy.50 for a simple little frock
in navy or black. The bodice and the skirt aro
trimmed with braid and embroidered in silk. The
collar and cuffs are of white satin.
Many Frocks at $15 and $16.50
0ne4pretty little frock in navy or black has a
and All ot Them New
smurt coatee trimmed.with braid. $15.
Another, with tho new collarlcss neck, has a soft,
gathered silk girdle ending in a bow In the back.
The overskirt shows rows of braid. $16.50. This
frock Is sketched. ,
A Dainty Nightgown
Special at $1.85
It is of softest pink batiste with the pointed
Empire top feather stitched in blue and with
perky blue or pink bows on the shoulders.
Women's Cotton Stockings
18c a Pair '
3 Pair for 50c
These are sturdy stockings, second quality,
but with plenty of ben-ice in them. The feet
are re-enforced and the garter tops are double.
In black, white and gray, seamless style.
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"I Asked My Mother What She
Wanted for Christmas,"
said a man the other clay, "and she baid, 'A pair of Juliets.' Now I haven't the slightest idea what
Juliets are, but she is going to get 'em."
For his benefit Juliets are very comfortable house slippers with soft soles and low heels. They
are generally of felt and fit quite snugly nnd high over the instep and heels. Fur-trimmed Juliets
in black, gray, red and wine or ribbon-trimmed ones in black, wine and red are $1.75 a pair. Another
fuiv-trimmed style in black, wine or gray is $2.50. '
Other Comfortable House Slippers for Women
Felt slippers with padded soles and a collar that turns up around the ankles are in old rose, bluo
or lavender at $2.
Taupe felt slippers with padded soles and ribbon trimming are $1.50. Another style in pink"
taupe, old rose, light blue or rose is $1.75. '
Gray or biack felt slippers with a high tongue have padded soles and are $1.25.
Comfortable, soft cloth slippers in pink, old rose, light blue and lavender are 85c.
Cloth slippers much like corduroy are in old rose, pink, light blue and lavender, $1.25.
Juliets for Children Comfy Thincrs for Men
are of felt in gray or red and are edged with fur;
they" have leather soles and heels. Sizes 7 to 2
Red felt slippers with leather soles and heels
are in sizes 6 to 2 at $1 and $1.25.
Brown felt slippers with a collar that turns up
around tho ankles and padded soles are S2.50.
Felt slippers with padded soles are In Oxford,
taupe, khaki and wine at $1.75.
Black felt slippers with leather soles and heels
Four Groups of Sample Skirts
-Savings From a Third to a Half
They are of pretty materi
als, made in the newest styles.
You save a third on some,
others' nro half price.
there are skirts of faille pop
lin in black, blue and taupe,
some gathered at the waist,
others made with yokes.
a lot of pretty plaids, black
chuddah, black or navy blue
satins and silk poplin or wool
Beautiful plaids, satins in
black or navy blue, some ac
cordion pleated, and navy blue
or black wool poplin or serge.
Unusually beautiful skirts
are of wool voile, some over .
silk foundations, velour plaids',
soft charmeuse or satin ana
velvet combined and baronette
satin. Individual styled that
women will like.
Of course, only a few of arife
one kind in the above group!""
out pieniy to cnooso irom.
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