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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGEI-PHiLADELPHIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER D, 1918
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.336 KILLED, 376
MISSING IN ACTION
General Pershing's Report
Comprises Total of
996 WOUNDED IN ACTION
List Includes Large Number
of Officers Several From
This City and State
Pi General PorBhlng's casualty report for
in Washington. Deo. s.
j," touay contains only three classifications
S killed, wounded and mlsslnsr. The total
is a large one, 1708, the "died or
t ace dent" Items being absent
j inuunua uicu Ml uiseust:. ttiiu uicu ui
Thn billed nllmhnrrt 3.1A im mlvqtnfr
376, and tho wounded 996.
Summarized, the losses to date are:
! ff Reported
lNMh.. Dfe 3 Totals
ii ivnipu in action sao s idi
UICU Ui WUUIIU3 ?,v
Died of disease
Died of accidents and
MlS'lne In action (In
cluding prisoners) .. 876 13,032
Wounded 996 68,899
Grand totalB 1.708 119,772
Killed In Action
MAJOR Mark Hanna. Kansas City. Mo t
CAPTAINS Frank F, Battlea. 181 South
Fifth street. Philadelphia. Pa.: Louis C.
Knack Detroit Mich , ..
LIEUTENANTS Raymond A. Schoberth
Veri.allles Ky.; Albert II Vlckers Cam
bridge Mass : Tldrar J Eyler. naltlmnre.
Md : James D Burks Newport News Va.:
Samuel A. Campbell. Jr. Louisville. Ky.:
Harold F. Flynn. Woonsocket, R. I :
Thomas E. Haclett. Orcensburg. Pa.: Paul
J. Langenbach. Llveoak Sutter County. Cal.
MAJOR Harry D. Parkin. Pittsburgh.
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CAPTAINS Thomas M Iieese. Mineral
Rldgo O.: Charlea II Brown. Birmingham.
Ala.; Clark Howell. Jr. Atlanta. Oa,
LIEUTENANTS William R Scott. Hub
bard, Tex : Wallace II. Blomijulst. Los
Angeles, Cal.: Myron C. Ilerrlck, Demer.
Col.: Donald I.amotte Hathway. Denver,
Col : Robert Rea. Brown, Urbana. 111.:
Harold P. Gibson. Newport. R. I.: Edmund
XV. Oilpln. 242 School lane Germantown.
Phllndefphla. Pa.: Maurice R, Ilarrlson.
De Molnea. la ; Fdwln Mather Hensley,
New York N Y.. Howell DcWIU Stevens,
New York N. X.j DdwlnL Schmltt. Mil
waukee. Wis : George E. russell. F 12
rerald. Oa.- Alfred M. Parlow. Galllpo Is
0 ; Michael W. O'Boyle. Tond rtu Lac W Is
Henry K. Cassldy. Wichita. Kan. : Lee S.
Hutzen Norwich. N. V Hugh J. Kins
man Rochester, Vt.: Samuel Shannon.
Brooklyn N. Y.: John P. Wools ilageii
Castorland. N Y.: Charles E. Wise, Man
kato, Minn.- Russell F Ashmun, Cleveland
Helgnts, O.: Ilenry Oeorge Uptjer New
York. N. Y.: I-awrence L O'Kelly. Pueblo
Col.: Henry O. Swindler. Magnolia. Ill i
Casa Mannln Denver. Col.: Thomas C.
Looney. Memphis Tenn.: Henry Qrattan
McDonnell Dorchester. Mass : Arthur R
Snyrea, 830 SMmmltt Grove "venue Brjn
Mawr. Pa.: Arthur C. Cole. Providence. R
1 : Gregory P. Connolly Beverly iarms,
M"' Wounded Hllghlly
LIEUTENANTS Worland O. Cutler,
Walla Walla Wash : Richard a. Turner,
Mlnftlnir In Action
CAPTAIN William II. Humphreys.
LIEUTENANTS Harry B refers. At
lanta,, Ga.. II. R. Scroggle Des Moines. la.
ITIIU.l tn Action
SERGEANTS Phl.lp M Bertram, Wilkes-
Pa : Joseph Mlthael Shedlack. Utahvllle. Pa
CORPORALS Harry J. Franks. Reading
Pa.- Lanrlls K. Groff Lancaster. Pa.: Ber
nardJ Thomas 2 West Olney ave . Olney.
Philadelphia. Pa.; Morris C. Dryo, Lebanon
FRIVATK3 Jonn A. uoiu lorn, r ;
Gcorce F. Doyle. Pittsburgh. Pa.: Raymond
M. Dunlan. New Ho land. Pa.: Norman A.
Oulllarmod, Hilltop. Pa.; William . H. Hawk.
V.r'i.., ' Ti- . (jMntoiil Tanas 11N Tarlrann
weusuoru, rtx. , oniuuci iki -....
. riL.li 1. L.I. Plisela. r I Indlltf
Clearfled County, Pfl.; Edgar A. K. Bauer.
New Bernvll.e: Hav'ferto Cardamone. Plttn
burgh; Theodore O Urown Pln drove. Law
rence A. Vanill. mlv oguiil .'uicmu nicofc
Philadelphia: Jereniiah Creamer, Nazareth;
Alexander Dimauio 1110 whi oecona uircei.
Chester: Jame O Nelll 2027 South Howard
Street I'nuauripnia- Oirvr m unnuia, imwuii,
-! j i u..n a KS1K Anvnra lrram
Phllade phla: Frank L.Tebav Euclid: A -
DSri tt UinaOO iUJ Dirfcci oinei, ,..,ut..
phla: Horace H. Hoover. Bloomaburg: Leon
Bethlehem; Howard W. Long, Reading: Her
bert J. Simon 232 South Lambert street.
Philadelphia: Andrew F Smotzler. Philips-burg-
Price E. Sterltt. Pittsburgh: John A
Cochranton: John D Clndle 1315 North
Slxty-aecond street. Phladelphla: Antonio
Ferice. Belle Vernon! Ralph A. Haag. Mount
Aetna: Russell J. Han. Falrchance; John
SERGEANT MAJOR William C. Davles.
JOHN HAWORTH COMPANY
ftman Kodak Co.
1020 Chestnut Street
Atlantic Cttii Store
Van Dusen & Stokes Co.
1123 Chestnut Street
Unusual shapes in Platinum, set with dia
monds and of exceptional beauty,
$400.00 to $IOOO.OO.
Other Wrist Watches, fancy shapes, in green
or red gold
Tnnmas c catftnacn. uj iiarin. .. Mn. Tak r
""S.rt..-.y?2SP.J:i-l?5f .win V?. .
son. 2218 South Donsall ft "!, Jfi1';3 J"
phlai Evan Iwl.,Nwtle! Wlnn'ld O
urionpf, ueauinB, niwn . , -
MECHANICS necse J. Davidson, Adams
rniVATES Jan KraakowsW, Winater:
Io Nardlnl, Bhamrock: Edwara hocki
r tjin.H .'tm.t. r!hMter! Joseph Bogoon,
Nantlcokei Harvey A. Brown. Kelton:
austa A. Elerlof, 855, North Tweri-v-nlnth
street, Philadelphia: Charleii A.
Fisher. Wyndmoor! George Bchoffel, Evans
nin- John A will KelTefonte: Martin
3 "kJiJYL bunmo're; lien"" D. Daul.
??" ,.""e '".'... tn,":S' iS""i,.l.'n:
owskl Erf' 'Charles Mroilnskl. Natrnnai
nJoVi'e. & Perey! ConwlUvlll.1 'Arnold B.
Hall, Daltonl llenrv J. iiarimin. l.,
vine: William a Kiaven. onfnnnuum .-
Ham Domlnlck Kllgallon, Hudson! Char es
E McFailden Altoonai Stenhen Charlwj
Sandala, Westmoreland County: Joseph T.
Troy. 1222 I.uierne street. Phlladelphlat
O'Kcefe 2018 Trenton avenue, Philadelphia:
Harry M Phillips Greensboro: Pete nusseli,
Charlerol: George Tylavsky. Fast Pltta
hurch: John White. 857 East Walnut lane.
Kterlln 1 Alnre ock, itanovrr; i''
i'niiansipnia: Horace ni inrimn' ni"..
i-iiiianniijiiiHj iiuiitt-D ""Y t.1i V
tnn. Tm Al.w.lnrn Plymouth! IjOWln J. ,
navnh.ii on"1) Nnrth Thirteenth street. I
A.i.ir. iiiv..i nni.cfceriv j.arksvllle: holrer. loading. Webster F. Hnvder V.
i.?l iS Li Tmi.hiell? Waller F. Rag an. hlghtont Homer C. Uber, Volant! Edward J.
aim viH 7' nivant .tree : Phlladelphlai , Connelly. Mlsdleford; Tobla Dl Pletro. 0120
i!,7.tJ,..Emi,i.i,i erKJ5ii,nfh' w'llllam O Yar- frlton " Phlfade phla: Harry J. J.
UnU,tn-L,I,'..l:.n. rh.e'iM nosenberser. nuncanfleld. 81 North Fifty-eighth street.
P.1.1; .-.0.chrt".ni!!i r.C 1!. Meveradale: 1 Phllartelfhla. Harvev N. Clauger Pottstnwn:
Pottsvllle: Ralph &. . AI...SKJ llai- Joseph I. dlnley. (1 rardvlllei Israel Oreen
?im &Jil0,ia.B5;.ri?in.LA,w,25f SMS bur. 21 SoulhPhlllp street. Philadelphia:
Phlladeltihta: rarroll H. Clawson Sprln. IJrlln(.ra Navaslnk! Clprlano UppI Hobo
boroi Walter Flint, northwest corner Bev- kfn, Donatn Capezln, Trenton: Oerotamo
Alexander M Scherer AllcntowniA L;o O
Ayres. Trowbrldee: Ilernard I Kost Johns.
... rKi.B i Avat.. Plttvsvllle: Wil
liam S Dagg. Washington: Robert McCoy.
Washington! Harry J Webber. 208 North
Front street Darby; George II. Rosley Con
nellsvllles Elmer Lawrence Burlew, Lewie
town: Joseph Domlnlck Chicane. Ml City
Hall Philadelphia- Frank A. E fchlager.
Pittsburgh! Alexander Kaluiny. Pittsburgh:
Mlko D. Kassab Houtsdale
BvTtM A M-t- n.n.vA T T.aiirhlln. B528
Market street. Philadelphia.
I UU1-WHAL.M reier i-aui Dinjiin, .up
land; James Alfred Truesdalo. Erie: James
R Trtisil Greensburg,
PRIVATES William Ruth. Bwartnmore;
Ren Short Patton: Lawrence C. Stark.
. .. . - as aa.aH DAtA Atsaaiff
i ranKiin- iimer iiajion oiu'" """"",'
r-ounty. Robert Cage. Newcastle; William J
Curry, 1715 Rlttenhouse .street. Philadel
phia: Ploch Tucclo. 13J3 Hicks street. Phil
adelphia: Michael J Walsh. 2402 West
Third street Chester: Calogero Amlco Pitts
ton: Oden E Carpenter. Harrlsburg: John
Henry Zamborsky. Pittsburgh.
Missing In Action
srnnEJNTa Joaenh It Fltrgerald (107
West Cumberland atreet, Philadelphia:
Oliver D Kline, Bernvllle: John D Pat
terson IS North Llndenwood street, Phila
delphia , , .
Vincent W. Lake, Archbald; Vincent Rob
PRIVATES-Albert Whitman St. Marys:
nest. Newmanstown: Cornelius QrlfTln. 1018
n . n.li.J.lnhl.f dt.nh.n .Inhn.
ston. Rloomsburs, Francis P Jones, 1721
Carlton atreet. Philadelphia: Albert E Whet
z.ll Coal Center- HarryS Shysong Reaver
dale Martin L I.lovil. Olvphant: Ferdlnando
Lolll, 009 Annln street. Philadelphia: Melyln
I.. Lowrey, bablnsIIle; Tletro Sealero Nev
Castle; Stewart P. Hhermeyer. York: Fred.
I oijNTiuy 'I iifilliil
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VEST POCKET AUTO
GRAPHIC KODAK Picture. 57 KO
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NO. 1 A JR. AUTOGRAPHIC
KODAK; fitted with K. R, Lens. C1K tin
Size Picture 2tf x 4'4 PXU.OU
!""?. 0uAnt.'.J?hiiPf"?M Carl.
Mts Countjr! Clrde LH. Kammsrer nastonl
pcorga , F. MoDonald. 3027 Wilder atreet.
Philadelphia! Frank J. McO'ilr. IM7 South
Hicks itroet. Philadelphia! Frank Mccletrlck.
I allilnBton; Stanley Mlchnlowskl Dickson
City; Joe Mosalla. Plymouth! Domlnlck Net!.
Old Forgei William F. O'lUra, 817 East
inaiana aenue. rmiaaeipmai iteea u. uer
Wright, 814 Patterson street. Chsster.
Killed In Action
Brook: Bertram A. Ttowo. Ttosells Park.
MECllANIC-Dernard F. Cannllt. Dloom
ronPOnAIjS Edward PunkimsVI riound
PntVATEfl-n.loh W. Hockev r.rev
Charles B. Judge.' Jersey City: Michael Au.
rustus Lambert Jersey City! William U
uiio, uv;k iuvubmii.
REntlKANTH T eonard L. Dawson, Jersey
City! John May. Rockawar.
MECHANIC Eldrldge IC. Qaeklll. llur
llnaton PRIVATEi Mlcbael Oagllardo, Elltabeth!
Joseph R. McOarrlty, Red Bank: Bruce C.
Hubbard, Montclalr: Earl U Fltimaver.
Trenton: James C, McMahon, Jersey City,
Herman U Thorn, Roselle Park: Issdore
npnnin u, morn, luiseue i ara; isiino
niui.M.i. i..i..m r nvAt.n r.i.i.n cmi.
.-... r,.w.,.n n-..'.. rt. ...., tA.i.. .
Pellegrlno. Trenton: Michael Begala, Rose-land-
John II Bogll Warren County: Emlle
A Raas Orantwood: Ilenry Helble, West
Hobnken- Joseph Kelpos. Brldireport! Owen
Hoar, rassalc; Norman M Hurlev. Eliza
beth! John E Miles East Weehawken. Wil
liam Winter New Brunswick: Louis Appa-
waiter urapchak. Mayneia: wmiara 11.
A Gift of Furniture Will
Bring Lasting Happiness
il tl d l D -J 111
i H Ml
A Utile group tkeUhed from our floors, which are replete with the beautiful and
tmmW tn furniture and with suggestions for Us artistic arrangement m the home
Here You Can See the Choicest Stock
of Floor-Coverings Ever Assembled
Yes, the choicest stock ever assembled in any one store; the most varied, most
beautiful, interesting and practical. It is the policy of our Rug and Carpet Department
to cpnsider the requirements of every type of home and to provide for them. And, by
reason of our specialization in furniture and furnishings and our close relations with
the leading mills, we are able not only to do this but to offer our goods at lower prices
than elsewhere as comparison will readily show. We quote a few special offerings.
$92.00 Royal Wilton Rujr, 0x12;
$56.00 Seamless VeWet Rug, 9x12 $39.75
$37.00 Seamless Tapestry Rug, 9x12.... $2 9.75
$52.00 Seamless Velret Rug, 8.3x10.6 $36.50
A Quaint Spinet M Hogarrp Desk
A heritage from Colonial days,
and a useful, attractlre. dignified
piece that will make a splendid Xmas
Sift. The 00 Illustrated It made of
mahogany, has sliding wrltlnc bed
and conrenlent stationery drawers.
We bare other Wrltlnc Tables from
1400 to sar no
Arm Chairs, $7.75 to $165
Secretaries, $26.50 up
Serving Trays, 60c up
Waste Baskets, 65c up
Table Scarfs, $10 up
Setoing Tables, $9.50 up
nasto. Patsrsonl Michael Bregor, Newark:
John J, Hutchinson. Paterson: Everett Jones,
angiewoaai juiius Bennl Bumraii! Aaoipn
Baets. West New York: William r. Collier.
Trenten: Stanley A. Ireland. Tuckerton;
John Kuscynskl, Cayonne! James O, Pram-
msr, Trenton; waaasiaw unrzariKowsxi, ua
Wound el Slightly
SERGEANT Louis Teuwen, Haladen
MECHANIC Alexander W. Abdlll. Clay
ton. PRIVATES Wactaw Lava, Perth Ambnyi
Charles Mansse Jersey City: Frank X, Mo
Gulre, Jersev City: John S. Slmpllcln, Red
Rank; Will Slwlk Linden; Royden Haines,
aiubsboroi Harry E. lloeger. Jersey City.
Missing In Action
MMltUMIlV lt.. tr.l1.U.l.l niaixiau
riUVATES Joseph Warlck. Jersey City,
Prank Manclnt, Carlatadt. Andrew DwAra
koakl, rerth Amboy
KILL MEFRENCH CAPTIVES
Fifteen Othera Wounded, Spanish
Paris. Doc. 9. Nino French pris
oners wcro shot by tho Germans and
fifteen other prisoners wcro seriously
wounded at tho prison camp at Lang
cnsalza. Prussian Sixony, tho Spanish
ambassador at Berlin reports. The
behavior of tho prlsonors did not In
tho least Justify tho soverlty of this act
of repression. It was declared.
The French Government, It Is In
dicated, Is resolved to demand repara
tion for this act of tho Germans, which
will bo added to the already long list
of occurrences of this and similar
It was reported In a Paris dispatch
of December 6 that Incidents of "se
rious Kravlty" had occurred within the
'ist few days In n prison camp In
Saxony, whero Allied soldiers were
confined, and tho Allied Government
THAT, after all, is the kind of gift to give!
The kind that will be a permanent
remembrance because it has lasting use
'ulness; that fills a definite need or beautifies
some niche in the home. And the Van Sciver
Store is full of such gifts. It offers you every
hing comprised in the furniture and furnish
ngs line; everything suitable for every kind of
lome at prices well below the general retail
verage and in conformity with whatever
expenditure you may have planned.
$69.50 I W2-00 High-pile
$10.75 Royal Wilton Rug, 2.3x4.6.
$5.75 Axminster Bug, 2.3x4.6....
$16.25 Royal Wilton Rug, 3.0x5.3.
We carry n complete Hue of
Sectional liookcaies In oak and
mahogany. Prices as follows:
Quartered Golden Oak, S3.00
Tops It lUsea. S3 78 each.
Mahogany, SO.00 to S7.50 sec
tion. Tops ft Ilasea. 9 2f.
And ono could hardly roncelre
of a mora useful, welcome gift
thin this, could they?
Manufacturers, Importers and 'Retailers
Market Street Ferry, Camden, New Jersey
wero satd to havo decided to act encr-1
gotlcnJly In this connection. It was np-
parontly this Incident which gave rtso
to tho report printed In tho North
German Gazette of Berlin that Allied
occupation was to bo extended ovon
temporarily to Berlin, the reason given
In this report being a "regrcttablo In
cident during which a supervisor of a
prisoners camp snot tlnco French
NEGRO CAPTAIN DESERTS
Company Funds of $1429.90 Miss
ing When Officer Leaves Camp
Camp I.ee, V., Dec. 9 Prnnk M.
Ooodner, a negro, captain of Infantry,
commanding 11 Company, Thirteenth
Battalion, replacement training center,
hns deserted his command The com
pany's funds amounting to $1429.90 are
Captain aoodner left Camp I.ee Thurs
day morning Ho wns custodian of his
company's funds. He speaks Spanish
fluently and In recent conersatlons has
talked a great deal about going to South
Captain Goodnor Is thirty-two years
old, five foot nine and three-quarter
Inches In height and weighs 176 younds.
GETS FRENCH WAR CROSS
Pennsylvania Flier in German Prison
Since Last October, Rewarded
rnrls, Dee 9 (By A. P ) Walter J.
Shaffer, of Dmphln Pa, who had been
a prisoner In Qcrmany since October 3,
when his alrplano wai shot down, has
arrived tn Paris. Shaffer wns a member
of the Lafayette l"scnd-llle He lias boon
awarded tho Croix de Guerre
Axminster Rug, 6x9 $24.50
A Dainty Mahofionj) Tea Wagon
A finely built Tea Wafron In ma
hogany, with large class tray
(inahojmnj handles), smooth run
nine, rubber-tired wheels and con
Ttnlent undershelf. We hare a large
assortment which Includes all styles;
prices ranelne from 80.75 to S33.0U.
Knitting Stands, $1.75 up
Bookcases, $14.25 up
Andirons, $3 to $75
Comfortables, $3.25 up
Candlesticks, 60c up
Smoking Stands, $135 up
yemr2 ir .&.
Dec. 0, 1918.
Furs in His
Ho has scarfs and muffs of
soft, rich fox skins, smart little
beaver capes, Hudson seal
(muskrat) stoles and scarfs and
all the other pretty furs from
soft mole to skunk-dyed rac
coon. Which would you like to
have him leave for you?
A nutria muff to match the
collar of your coat is $16.50.
Hudson seal (muskrat) muffs
are $15. SI 8.75 and $22.75.
Natural raccoon muffs are
$22.50 and $25.
Skunk muffs are $35.
Natural beaver muffs are
Natural Australian opossum
muffs are $30.
Scarfs of dved black dog are
$22 50 and $25.
Dyed brown wolf scarfs are
Natural raccoon scarfs are
$25 to $35.
Women's Gloves for
Fleece-lined fabric gloves in
gray or black are $1 a pair.
Wool-cloth gloves in Oxford
gray and khaki color have em
broidered backs nnd aie $1 a pair.
Strap-wrist wool cloth gloves in
khaki and Oxford gray are out
scam sown and $1.35 a pair.
There's Nothing Much Warmer
Than a Fur-Cloth Coat
It seems to turn the wind as nothing else, except real fur does,
and will stand a great amount of wear. Some of the Hudson seal
fur-cloth coats look so much like fur that you almost havo to touch
them to tell the difference. A gieat many styles are here, trimmed
with fur or fur fabric; they are in regular sizes and in extra sizes
up to 53. $24.75 to $85.
Coats Without Fur
are wanted by women who have their own furs. A gieat many simple,
attractive coats are made of silvcitone, velour and bolivia in colors
and black at $16.50 to $67.50.
With Fur Collars
there is a great assembly of fashionable coats of all the good coat
materials. Many styles are trimmed with nutria and scalene the
two most popular furs. All of tho coats are lined throughout. Tho
groatest variety is between $25 and $55.
Since Practical Gifts
Are in Order
what could be more practical than
a dress length for a pretty frock
for mother or sister?
The new 1919 voiles are hero in
a fine assortment at 45e, 68c, 68c,
$1.25 and $1.35 a yard; 36 to 40
Ginghams of unusually fine
quality in lovely plaids aie 85c a
yard; 32 inches wide.
Or a Cozv Wrapper for
Soft, warm blanketing scat
tered over with Teddy bears, bun
nies and the like at 60c a yard;
27 inches wide.
Daintily embroidered flannel
for petticoats is $1 and $1.25 a
Stockings for the
Ribbed black cotton stockings
of a good, sturdy quality are 35c
a pair, three pair for $1. They
aro second quality, but the im
perfections are too slight to hurt
Five Kinds of Good Shoes for
Women at $5. 75
They are fashionable, well-cut shoes that lace high and have
long slender lines; they're of
brown kidskin with medium or high heels.
black kidskin with gray kid tops and medium heels.
of gray leather much like buckskin, with modium heels.
of gray leather with a soft kid finish and covered heels.
of gray leather with gray cloth tops to match.
These are stout little button
shoes with wide toe shapes; of
durable black leather, in sizes
6 to 2, at $2.60, $2.75 and $3.25,
according to size.
T T X A. J. 1
Dancing Frocks and
Gowns for Afternoon
There will be lots of parties this Christmas
a bure sign is the great number of danco frocks
that are being asked for. Lovely now ones havo
just appeared in tulle, chiffon and Georgette cropo
in pale, delightful coloiings. Some are quite elab
orately beaded and on others there la a gleam of
silver lace. $19.75, $25 and $39.75.
Afternoon dresses of Georgette crepe, satin,
crepe meteor nnd various combinations of soft
materials are in taupe, navy and black. They
arc of dignified stylo and in excellent taste. S25,
$30, ?35 and $42.50.
Serge Dresses in Large Sizes
Well-designed frocks in navy blue with collars
of satin or silk poplin with braid or buttons trim
ming the skirts and bodices. $19.75 and $22.50.
In Regular Sizes
there arcsome special groups of scrfto frocks whoso
prices are much loss than usual. They are mostly
in navy and black, but you will find a few tlaifc
colors. $10.75, $13.50, $15, $16.50 and up to $29.75.
A Word About
The greater portion of our suit stock is marked
at special prices just now many were bought for
less than usual and a number from our own stocks
have been reduced.
They aie of serge, wool poplin, burella, gabar
dine, wool clour, manniBh tweeds, velour de laine,
silvcrtone, broadcloth, wool jersey and velveteen.
Now $15, $19.75, $22.75, $25, $35, $37.50 and
up to $G5.
in All the Good
Of the fine, evenly woven
silk that you like in stockings
destined for gifts. The tops ore
lined with lisle and so are the
Boles. In white, black, navy,
champagne, silver, bronze, Afri
can brown, Russian tan, light,
medium and dark gray. $2.15 a
All the Girls From
12 Years to 20
All-white middies for gymna
sium work are $1.50. Fine white
jean middies are neatly piped in
dark blue in a most atti active
The newest middies have dark
blue turned-up hems, dark blue
collars, cuffs and pocket trim
There have been many de
mands for good, practical, inex
pensive petticoats and these are
here to fill the demand.
They are of lustrous, good
quality percaline in black figured
in colors. There is elastic at the
top and a deep ruffled flounce.
A new style in pink or blue
striped flannellet has a double
yoke, hemstitched and trimmed
with pretty braid. $2.50.
Rubber Boots for
Boys' and girls' storm boots
with a strap and bucklo are
$2.50 to $4.25, according to
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Men's Gloves With
Black and khaki color capeskin
gloves and gray suede gloves havo
warm, soft lining3 of mohair
fleece. $2.25 a pair.
New Neckwear for a
Man at 50c
Many of our manufacturers
predicted that there would be no
50c neckwear, but in spite of their
pessimism hre aro many eood-
looking four-in-hand ties of silk
and of artificial silk, in many de
signs and colorings.
Most Christmas lists contain
ties, and these are good ones.
Men Who Like Stiff
will like these of good quality
madras and percale in many com
binations of stripes. $1.65.
The daintiest, loveliest
things you can imagine, -with
their soft pink silkiness and
the flufllness of lace! TKese
are all of crepo de chine and
would be charming Christmas
gifts from one girl to another.
These are marked at little
At $2.50, a pretty one has
bands of imitation filet lace at
the top and lace around the
At $3 there are two pretty
stylos one with a top of fine
lace and ribbon; another with
net casings run with ribbon
and shirring to give fullness.
At $3.50, gleaming satin 13
used for the band at the top
of this one and odd shirring
and pretty rosebuds finish it.
Corsets of fine mercerized pop
lin, with pink silk embroidered
polka dots, are trimmed at the
tops with satin-finished braid.
They havo low bustlines. grad
uated in back, and allow for free
hip space for slight to average
Corsets of flesh-colored flow
ered broche aro made with low'
bustlines that slant higher In
back. They are well-boned and
will fit average to full figures.
Pink silk embroidery finishes the
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