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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THU1WDAY, 1) ...Ai 20, 1018
9
4 -.
CASUALTIES AGAIN
- PASS 2000 MARK
List of Heroes Includes
" Eighty-three Who Were
Killed in Action
I 120 DEAD OF WOUNDS
Washington, Dec. 26.
In th army casualty totals reported
today by General Pershing tlioso for yes
terday aro Included, tlio asBrecate for
tha two days being 2140. Of theo clglity
tliree mon were klllod In action, 120 died
tt wounds, 202 yielded to dlneaso and
seventeen wero victims of accident and
othor fatalities. The missing number
il, and 1577 aro listed as wounded.
Summarized, the casualties to dato
are:
ruts-
ElKht-
llfycr,
Reported
J. Dec. 2G. Totals
tglfllled In action 83 28,008
Died of wounds 120 11.085
Died of dlseaso 202 10,445
Dlod from accidents and
other causes 17 15,389
Mlsslnir In action (In
cluding prisoners) ... 141 18,591
TVounded 1577 120,710
Grand totals .2140 210,228
OFFICERS' LIST
Killed In Action
CAPTAINS Howard E. Hawklmron, Stra
tus. N. Y.. and Victor II. Nysewnndcr,
Jonnvlllf, ind.
LIEUTENANTS John E. Crerdon. Ion
don, O. i Hev.rly D. Evans, Jr., Savannah,
On.: Willie Orlarnb'. Lout Creek, Ivy.: Al
bert Qurtler, Newark, N. J.! William II.
Jessun, Scranton. Pa.: Philip Evan. Cham
i berslmrir. Pa : Carl J. Stock, Niagara Falls,
N. T.i Dawltt .Coleman, Jr.. Terrafly, N, J.;
ll.rnM T.. liM.W. ImrkvlttA Center. N Y.!
, Lloyd T. Oruliba. Orango, Tex.; Leon Her-
tman Ilattemar. Montgomery, Ala.: Paul C.
Hurlburt. Denver. Col.i Frank Sldnev Long,
Fort- Revere. Mass.. and William 13. Tur
nar, Garden City, N. Y.
Died from Wounds
CAPTAINS Arthur E. Allin. Jr.. IIat.
lnts, Neb., and Oakar E. Youngdahl, P.ed
Win. Minn.
LIEUTENANTS Urbane r. Ilass . Tred
erlckeburg, Vu.i Lister rirooka, 4U0 East
Evergreen aenue. Chestnut Hill, Pn. j Chaa.
II. Ilurns, Iloaton, Mass.: Herbert' Clarkson,
Tlochester. N. Y.l James E. Cletman. Roch
ester. NV Y. i Edward A. Hoffman.. Detroit.
Mlch.s Edwnrd N. Lleboult, Kulton, N. Y.i
Paul T. Settle. Ilnadllla, aa,: James J.
Sexton. Kansaa City. Mo.: Clinton K. Co.
Iw UUIII, 1MB WlHl'ICS V.UI i JlUtl v. ...mi'-;.
Detroit. Mich.: Ueorge Howard, High Falls.
1 Ji. r.: Carl A. Johnson. Georgetown, conn.,
Died from Accident and Other Cause
CAPTAIN Henry P Shupe. Cleveland, O.
LIEUTENANTS Henry Cary Thompson.
Winchester, Ivy., and Charles F. Cadwalla-
dtr, Oxford, Neb.
Died of Airplane Accident
WEUTENANTS Matthew L. Cahlll.
Mtntclalr, N. J.; Charles T. Eana, Jr., S'-'O.I
West Walnut lane, Uermantown, Pa , and
Warren 11. Leonard, Creston, la.
Died of Disease
v COLONEL Joseph I), Westncdge, Kala
mazoo. Mich.
CAPTAINS Louis Preston. Chicago, and
Harvey L. Thorpe. Los Angeles, Cal.
LIEUTENANTS Clarenre I". Conner. De
troit, Mich. I Mllea M. Parmely, Urbana.
111.1 Clnrorrce II. White, Cohoes. N, Y.:
Henry Morrill Atkinson, Jr., Atlanti, On :
Harold W. Hums. Oary, Ind : Edward G.
Henry! Oil City. Pa.. Hamuol W. Hodge,
Los Angeles, Cal : Charles A. Robertson.
Portland. Ore ; Itobcrt Levert Stcffens.
Kmlthrllle, Tex.: Philip It. Williamson. Mt.
Washington, Mil.: James W. Amspecher,
Apache, Okla.: William II. De Loach. Jr.
Camden, S, C , and Arthur F. C. Toussalnt,
New York.
' Wounded Seerely
MAJOR Francis M Weld. New York.
CAPTAINS Lerov II. Hammond. Apple-
ton, Tenn,: Francis K. Lesrsne, Charleston.
S. C, and Allan J. MacDougal,, Detroit, I
Mich. I
Wounded (Decree fJudelrrmlned) ,
COIXU.'EI. Oscar J. Charles. Washlng
' Ion. Uf Oa, - I
MAJORS Henry S, Barrett, naltlmore,
., and E'vlnt- M. Taylor. Ilnlllngcr, Tex.
CAPTAINS Walter Q. Andrews, Huftnlo. ,
N. Y.l Louis E. Ilatchelor, Newark. N. J.:
Frederick K. Clark, New Rochello. N. Y :
Lamar Weaver. Atlanta. G.i . lleujamln J.
Holt. ,Jr., Eitonton Oa ; Ell Julian Pea-1
cock, Jr., Macon, Ga.: Edwnrd M. Robin
son. Flagstaff, Ariz.. William C. Stiff.
Plymouth. Pa., and Charles O, Duff. Utile
boro, Trx.
LIEUTENANTS nrodle T Atwator. Do
'trolt. Mich.: Vivian E. llrady. Cameron,
Tex.: John L. Hryant, l'ltzgerald, On.;
Thomas J. Chrlsman. uroakhuven. Mass.: ,
William 11. Crane. Mlddletown, O.i Charles
K. Kthprlngton. Ilayonne, N. J. : Henry Fll.
llnglm. 'TaTbotton. Oi ; William McKlnley
Tonkay, Greensburg, Pa : Herbert R. Fred
erick, Allentown, Pa.: Jomes E, Gallagher,
Lancaster, O.; Joseph Gerald aallti. Roch
ester. N. Y.: Ulenn M. Gardner, Detroit,
Mich.: Thomas Arthur Goodwin. Chicago,
111.; Vincent J. aront, La Prjor. Tex.;
Lloyd I). Harrison, Duncan, S. C. ; Harry
Merx, New York: Richard Abram Jones,
Newark. O.: Edward W. Kelley, Newport,
R. 1 ; Thomas E. Lane, Detroit. Mich.;
Bradley C. Lnwton, Chicago, III,; Qulnton J,
Mrni.llanri. Franklin. Pa.: Raloli J. Miller.
Avalon, Pa.: Edwin Neary. Seattle, Wash.;
Kevney u uonnor, new -iora; joseitn i,. ,
Palva, Fresno. Cal.; Rosco Oudd Perry, I
Jollet. III.; Alan II. Proslse, Alexandria,
t Va.: Ivan C. Schlegel. Itenova, Pn.; Harry
C. Sessions, Oakland. Cal.; Eber C. Hholea, i
Montourvllle. Pa.; Charles G. Slauson, New'
York: Feay II. Smith, San Diego, Cal,:
Charles S. Toiler, .Los Angeles, Cat.; James
Comer Trapnell. Metter, Ga.l Derrlll De S.
Trenholm. New York; Thomas L. Turner,
TMdsrwood. Md.; Leigh Webber, llallowell.
Me.; Robert C. Wilcox. Clarksvtlln. Tenn.;
Adoiph W. Wirtx. La Salle, 111,: Edward M.
Woods. Lenoir City. Tenn i Norman L. i
Wyrrard, Wllkinsburg. Ta.; Richmond Young,
lloston, Mass.; Ilenjamin Jt. Ilrown, Jr.,
Norfolk. Va.l Herbert S. Herblno, IllufTton,
Ind., and Stephen Douglass, West Medford,
V' . Wounded Slightly '
COLONEL William Meade Morrow, Al-
Missing In Action
LIEUTENANTS Benjamin L. Atwater, I
rtahatvU. M. 3. Fred ,. ilanger. Waunun.
11 WIS.: uiayion lenient, uocnrsier. ..-., ana
' hi , Ukl. l,lt.i.lr.. Wl.
A.UTVI11 4 DllllltV., Wlin.un.., ni.t
PENNSYLVANIA
jiueu in iciicii
BblfUUAn J, -ciiiicr . t.uuiucr, .icqib-
town.
PRIVATES William Toutman., Sharon:
Joseph Wharton, Ohphant: Holland J. An
drews, llaxleton; Edward A. Lynah, orlh
Ulrard.
Died of Wounds
SEnOKANTt1-Mark J. O'Connell, ntts
burgh: Edward Rlnus, Plymouth,
I'nlVATKK Albert V. Zollinger. Greens-
burg; Ilernard A. lloyle, Cumbola) Waclaw
Clesllckl, Erie: samuei m. uiara, iincaaier;
Miehaal D .' Enrlcht. Rankin: Clarence It.
Harrison, Sharpsburgl George V, Meade;
Wllkes-Ilarre; cnauncy !-. ocnaae, urie.
Pled from Accidents and Other Causes
CORPORAL Fred D. Funk, Whit Haven,
Died of Disease
BKIUIEANTS Leo J. lUugh. Pittsburgh;
John E Krapp, Lancaster: Harold P, Neel,
Pittsburgh; William V. Qulnn. 1034 East
Kyra street, Philadelphia; Clint Redmond,
Mercer.
CORPORAL Crawford M. Curry, Johns-
MISCIIANIC Jesss 11. Crusan, nialrsvllle.
COOKS Vincent H, Kohl, Reading; John
Wagner, MM Sprues street, Philadelphia.
" PRIVATES .William D. Williams. Mooslc;
i'jsquale Aflnlano, 613 Federal street, Phlla
clphlal Adren B. Calvert. Charleroli Fran
oesco Casttanro, Pittsburgh; Harold V, En
pity, Ilanfleld: Harry Schwartiman. 1404
South Fifth street, rhlladelphlai Harry
Hoggs McCullouRh, Sewardi Wllbrl A.
Mltchlen. Tlonestai Harry L. Ryan, ha si
Mauch Chunk, George C. Taylor, 5812 De
Lanccy street, Philadelphia.
Woanded Severely
SERGEANTS Warren M. Jones, Clear
field: Louis C, 8chrnltzuer. Pittsburgh: Fred
Rimffnrd. che.t Haven: Claude E. Mapes.
Lanulnt llarry C. Snyder, Pittsburgh,
COIU'OIIALH ItODeru "'""""!
hurrh: John P. Farley. 21111 North
eenth street. Philadelphia; Floyd II
Emaus: Howard Paul Shenoffen. t.namneriij
burg; Laurence Thompson, Loughman: I; reu
.ti-tr.. t. ...... n.Ri.i M Fnatc. Honesdale;
Hnrry E Keefrlder. 151S East Moyamenslng
avenue, Philadelphia. ?..
MUSICIAN John J. Cummlngs, Frost-
bUV?AGONEIl Frank Miller. Ueavcrdale.
CAmbrla county. . , e-t..
MECHANIC John D. Labuskas. McKees
""piUVATES Thomas C , Ascough, i
North Ninth street. Philadelphia; Char'es
k. licnneu, iiiogway, i.uwiu .,. -,-",
Unlontnwni Floid G llrooks. I'lttaburghl
Charles E. llullock. Honesdalo: Wesley J.
C nrk, Fredonla; Samuel C. Conner. Rrldge;
vine: jonn j tuinnne, i'l""","t ...:
Heffron. Wlncoka: AndrcwKareha, Jessupi
Sergey Prlstupa, Erie; Archie Valker. 1810
Stiles street Philadelphia: Anthony Klall
anckas, Pittsburgh: Frank C. Smith. Orecns
burg: Trank J. Smith 122h Shackamaxon
street. Philadelphia: William U. CartrlKlit
Sandy Ridge: Fred Doyle. 21t North Tenth
street. Phlladelnhlal Charles F, Hunter. 12
Ilrown street. Philadelphia; Joseph Kegoles.
Gllherton: John V. McLaughlin. Erie: John J.
Mattls. Shamoklni Mark. F. Newton Wll-
iinn, TnaAnVt 17.,-ri ' una Smith Seventh
street. Philadelphia: John C. llenson. Mc
Kcesport; Abraham Francis, r.dwardsvllle,
Lewis Kirk. Oxford'. Oeorge Miller, Cemen-
ton: George Rncosky, Jerome: Joseph cianci.
Dunmore; George E. Dwyer, New Castle:
Raymond Andrew Gleason. 1412 Kerhnugh
avenue. Philadelphia: Stanly lllockl, Pitts
burgh: Carl O. Dnhlstrom. Conemaugh: John
Harenchar. Southwest: PressleM. llooks.
Klttannlng: Harry Lang. 200S South Alder
street. Philadelphia: Lester I.. Lowe. Al
toona: Mike Streak. Unlontown: Albert M.
U'anhl,, t.vnnnA.M Alhnn 12. HhnlOnskl.
Wlikes-Ilnrre: Elmer C. Sturtz. Welcrsburg;
Pete Sxcznanlk. Carnegie: Frank licacu,
Hawley: Stanlslaw Margalskl, Conshohockcn
Joseph Slaplkas, Rowennai James H. Larned
Derry. ,
Wounded. Degree Undetermined
SERGEANTS Ralph Hlldebrand. York;
Arthur J. Levlck. Mount Pleasant: Adam
Kawltzkl. Ilaxlcton; Gls Schwnr2korf, ilivri
North Twelfth sticet, Philadelphia; George
P. Shields, tin East Seventh street. Ches
ter: Josenh Wascanes. J2(1 Plero street.
Philadelphia: Frank D. Ysoger. Marylll;
Wllbert E. Rruder. Allentown: William J
Heck. Tarentum: Walter Kamlnsky. Vandcr
grlft: Ross jrcCoy. Turtle Creek.
CORPORAL Victor II. Da Long, Allen
tovtn; Raymond A Kdelman. 2S South
Twenty.Ilrst street. Philadelphia; Harry
R. Hlckey. Red Line; llryan W. Ahvlne,
New Oxford: Lawrence J. Holler, Pitts
burgh: Arthur P. Hurd, Peckvllle: John L.
Kramer. Mlddletown; Jacob U. Mory. Pitts
burgh; Joseph Shoemaker. Reed; Alfred C.
Waterhouse. (109 West Indiana avenue, Phil
adelphia; Oliver W. Auman. Reading; Sam
uel Llrbeck. Maylleld; George illttncr, Pitts
burgh. MECHANICS Joseph Echels. Erie: Taul
D. Griffin. Pittsburgh
COOK Harry S. Miller, Zionsvllle.
PRIVATES Stacy Ogden. r.347 Chancel,
lor street Philadelphia; Paul Mer, 24110
South Sixth jitreet. I'hlladelnhlae Louis
Richards. .'1813 Talrhlll street. Philadelphia:
I .on Is it. Hunk, Pittsburgh! Nick Mamuala,
MrKeesport; August Mecall, Mammoth; Dan
iel J. O'llrleu. Pittsburgh; William N. Oli
ver. Avalon: Frederick Reppert, Palm
William H. strlcKler, Mount Joy; ira Kraz
ier. Wcsttleld: Giuseppe Santella, 313 Lu
tona street. Philadelphia: John J. Kerrnro,
1313 Auams avenue. i-TniiKioru. i-niianei-phla;
John P. O'Leary. Plltabureh. Morris
Singer. 021 Fitzgerald street, Philadelphia,
Hiram L. Young. Altoona
Wounded Slightly
SEnGEANTS-Mtobert E. Hlncken Clar
ion: William II Dempster. Pittsburgh,
Thomas O'llrlen. 1101) Cantrell street, Phil
adelphia: Frederick G. Yentsch. Wllinerdlng
CORPORALS George W Oruber. Enhaut,
Ralph McOulre. Coupon: Cheater C l.clehty,
Dudley; Htohly L. Marns, Erie, Thomas
Dyshcr. Reading; Ernest F Simmons, Pitts.
"miOLER Arthur F. Young. Red Lion
MECHANIC Wolter L. lluch. Pittsburgh
PRIVATES illajmond C Schncffer,
Schuylkill Haven: Thomas Shlmck. Mnson
town: Warren Reppert. Llnfleld; Charles D.
Rldenour. New Stanton: Charles T. Wasser
Hcllertown; George ". Wnxelifeller. Pitts,
burgh: Raymond S Fisher. Newport; Carmen
Gentile. Plttatnn: Marcus L. llorrlgan. Conl
Vnllej; Harvey L. Slw. York: Joseph Herd
man Johnstown. Thomas Mlralll, Lrle.
Dominic Skellv. I.ntrohe. Edward V Smith
(lalston: 1-red I' Smith. New Ilrlghton;
Harrv S'eln. rhlladelnhla: Harrv; Whltle.
il'.'l.'l Hulst avenue. Philadelphia; HermanT
WIkb, Tltusvllle: William, Harper. Oik
Ridge: Mlkele Ilruno, Erie. Harry O Gough-
enour, Connellsvllle; Antonln Faraonl. Alt
man: John J McAnny, Hot South Front
street. Philadelphia! John O'Neill, Pitts-
Missing In Action
CORPORAL Martin t. Costelto, Lennl.
MECHANIC Albert Uydalrk. Mount Car
mel i
PRIVATES Herman' W. Dormer. Read
Ingi Eugene Flnnlgan. Pljmouthi llarry
Peles, Campbell; John Stephenson, Kirn,
Aneelo Tuxano, niackfleld: Don I,. Arrhl
bald, Kane; Anthony F. Durke, West Avoca:
Chester It. Reeper. Petersburg: Joseph Le.
bano. nina Cnrltnn atreet. rmiaaeipnini
Richard Sheehnn. Mahoney: Zygmund Zakr.
zewskl, Pittsburgh.
NEW JKUSF.V
Klllrd In Action
SERGEANT rercy Cook. West New York.
PRIVATE Ralph A. Taylor. East Orange.
Died from Wounds
SERGEANT Harold M. Drake. Trenton.
IlUGLEIl La Rue A. Flegal. Ocean
Grove
PRIVATES Patrick Flanagan, Jersey
City; Frank Caponlgrl. Newark.
Died from Accidents and Other Causes
MASTER ENGINEER Hcrby L. Johnson,
Pussale.
PRIVATE Jacob Johmonn. Newark
Died of Disease
NURSE Elizabeth N. Welmann, 217 Ninth
avenue Hadilon Heights. , ,
SEllilEANT Robert J. Clamnltt. Salem
WAGONERS Arthur Ilusionl. Closter;
Ethelbert T. Loving, Dllwjn.
COOK Robert Ilnmfnrd Irvlngton.
PIUVATES Horace J. w'enner. Delaware
Park: Claude Gott, Paternon; Austin rickci,
Lebanon.
.Wounded Severely ,
SERGEANTS William A. Meehan. Engle
wood: Frank W Mochler, Newark; Harney F,
Solner. JeYsev Cltv.
COItrOHAIr Joseph A. Oelgerlch, Ellz
nlieth
PRIVATES Qeorge M. Berry. Elizabeth:
John Carroll Rosellei William J. Clark.
Somervllle; Stanlslaw Derkowski. Jersey
Cltv Samuel llukanowlch. lis LI berty
street. Camden; Tonu Curd Passsle; Henry
C Schwencke, Rosellei John D'AnilrTa. New
ark: William J Holhfuss Charles Doefer,
Hoboken: James J. Sheridan, Jersey eiiy,
Wnlte-r Deegan, Jersey City; William Orpbes
Plalnfleld: Philip Herman.. Atlantic V ty;
Fred O Jordan. Orange; Antonio C. J'er
nnto. Ilnmmonton; James Covlello. West
New York.
Wounded (Degree Undetermined)
Bnnnpivra it,iniH. t ann. Paterson:
Edwin U Hendrlckson. llayojineji reter II.
IllKglna. Harrison: Clarenre Hill. , lemlng.
ton: Frederick W. I.jnn, Vllsburg: Daniel J.
MrGroarv. Newark, Hlchard A. Ramsey,
jail Hyde Pnrk. c'amden: Arthur 'lvks.
Paterson: Cornelius ltedyke. Paterson (broth
ers); John A. Whomsley. Ilurllnaton.
CORPORALS John J. Smith. Newrk:
John A. McDonald. Newark: James O Nelll.
Havonne: Harold pearce. Point Pleasant;
Josenh M. Schneider, "2I North Twenty
fourth street Camden: John Tannls, Pater
fon: Harry Wannemacher. W't ,0,rP""
William .T. Harlow. Cranberry; John W mil.
Clifton: Paul Cordlelle. Garfield; I'ellco L.
Debnttlsta. Perth Amboy.
MECHANICS John 11, Ilkimey. Taterson:
August O Itoblnsteln. llldgewood
PRIVATES Charles J Miller. Morris
P!nln .lnm. 1 llnrfan 12 York street.
Camden: Edward!.. Hums. Newark; Frank
Kullesh, Jersev City, I'"rank Lraske, Kings
Inntlt tfiKran,. Vl.hlan Mnntrlaln POUl H
Oliermever. Ilayonne: William Stern, Jersey
City: rxinlel Vntv Orden. Mountain l.KKes;
S.vmuel Arrlson. 'ITenton: Samuel Illumberg,
Hajonne Paul fa'I.nurl, Jersey City: RobeTt
M. Shnvv. Newark. Fred Smith. Trenton;
Adam Markwec, Cllffslde; Thomaa Man
zlone, Newark: Ilasll Slmakls, Perth m-
lin ! Itnhth Tnn. At-Hnirfnnl I'ntrlrk J. Wat
son. Paterson; William J. llrnnt, rater-
son.
Wounded Slightly
SERGEANT Emit Schmlch, Verona,
CORPORALS John O Darclay, Newark!
Oraham N, Currle, Kearny.
MUSICIAN I Salle Olsen. Paterson
PIUVATES John Cecottl, West New
(.York; Edward C Malcolm. Hellevllle; Wil
liam IRCary, jt'ritry t uri f.tttvuiti . imi-
tlnger. West Orange: Harry Schelblln, Carl
stadt; George W Smith. Paterson, Edward
II Spanuler, East Orange; Harry Sleeker,
Newark: llarry Vretsrma, Midland Park;
(lulseppe Dlstefano, Guttenhurg, Mlchsei
I'lynn. Hellevllle; Thomas G. McAllister.
Port Norrls.
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Down Stairs Store
Dec. 26, 1918
at Wanarnaker's
Delightful
m Hew Vears
festival
Our stores are well supplied with everything needful to
make your New Year's dinner all you desire it to be a complete
success.
Housekeepers far and wide recognize the Dependability and
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Our stores are known to consumers throughout four States as
"The stores where quality counts."
Frocks for
Sprini
Arrive
Charming frocks of serge, of taffeta, crepe
meteor and Georgette bring a breath of the new
season with them. Their lines are new, their
colorings fresh and their trimmings simple, yet
unusual.
The serges are mostly nnvy blue with touches
of tucking and braiding. The frock which is
sketched has a tucked vestco of orchid organdie
and two braided tabs for pockets. iJST.BIX
An especially good collection of dresses is here
at $16.75.
A pretty one with a tucked skirt is embroidered
about the bodice with braid and rose-color silk.
SlO.Vfi.
In rustling taffeta there are frocks in navy,
blown and taupe, and there arc soft, lovely frocks
of Georgette crepe in navy, gray and beige, with
new ideas in the draping of their skirt. Quite a
bit of beading is also used on the frocks of
Georgette crepe and of crepe meteor. Prices begin
at $19.75, $25, $20.75 and go to ?48.75.
Party Frocks, Airily Lovely
Charming, fluffy things of tulle and silver cloth, of glistening taffeta and soft satin,
tulle is used in layers in rainbows of color. $19.75, ?22.75, $25 and up to $35.
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Our Best Mince Meat lb. 15c
Fancy Cranberries lb. 12c
Fancy Orange Peel lb. 26c
Fancy Lemon Peel lb. 2Gc
Glace C'tron lb. 28c
Calif. Almonds, while they last, lb. 30c
Fancy Walnuts, while they last, lb. 30c
Brazil Nuts, while they last lb.25c
Fancy Filberts, while they last, lb. 20c
Best Mixed Nuts, while they last, lb. 25c
Fancy Plum Pudding can 29c-55c
Golden Pumpkin can 12c
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Ground Cinnamon can 5c
Thyme, Sage and Basil pkg. 5c
Fancy Calif. Apricots can 15c
Fancy Calif. Sliced Peaches. . . .can 19c
Best Calif. Cherries can 25c
Choice Sweet Sugar Corn, can 15,18,20c
Fancy New Peas can 16c-19c
Choice Tomatoes can 12 'ic, 18c
Pure Jelly glass 12c
Asco Baking Powder can 5c, 9c
Stuffed Olives bot. 14c, 20c
Hitter's Catsup bot. 12c
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Silks
with money that has been given them at Christmas
and there are such pictty silks here for a woman
to choose.
Crepe de chine is $1.55 and $1.85 a yard.
Satin in dark stiect shades and the lighter ones
for evening is $1.85 to $2.50 a yard.
Lovely pink or white wash satin is $1.25 to
$2 a yaul.
China silk is $1 to $2 n yard.
(Ontrnl)
Men's Evening Clothes
for Holiday Festivities
Well-tailored evening- clothes
cut on this season's correct lines 1
are ready on the gallery. Trou
sers and coat at $25.
Fresh white waistcoats are $3
to $4.50.
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Every Piece of Fur in
the Down Stairs Store
Is Now Marked at a
Reduced Price
(Market)
A Rim of Straw
Peeps Forth on Hats
The hats aro of satin, and around the
top of the upturned brims you will see the
first sign of spring a bit of straw braid I
Then there are hats of satin combined
with Georgette or with a quill or wing poised
on the side. Fruits in colorful rosettes are
used, too. .
Of course, Winter's fur hasn't vanished
altogether, either.
All of these hats aro new and fresh.
Thtir price is $5.
(Market)
Sweet Corn, can 15C
Tender, crushed corn, splendid quality, big
value. Delightful for fritters.
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WheatFlour 12-ibbag 75c
Any mill brand in stock. All straight
wheat flour and no substitutes required.
Sliced Dried Beef, pgir
Carefully trimmed of all waste, sliced very
thin, wrapped in wax paper and sold only in
dustproof cartons. s
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'can
Cooked, ready to serve. A good size can,
enough for a family of five. Sold everywhere
at 13c to 15e.
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Best Pure Lard
,1b. 30c
Best Gran. Sugar lb. 10c
Pure Jelly glass 12c
Asco Rolled Oats pkg. 9c
Every Day Evap. Milk, can 7c, 14c
Karo Syrup can lie
Kream Krisp can 27c
Choice Tomatoes . .can 12ct 18c
Best Evap. Apricots lb. 27c
Choice Prunes lb. 14c
Best Onions lb. 2c
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New Soup Beans lb. 12c
New Calif. Lima Beans . . .lb. 15c
Moss Rose Catsup bot. 10c
Fresh Noodles pkg.
Macaroni pkg. 10c, 12c
Corn Meal,
Yrllow
or White
The Reduction Sale of Women's Coats
Continues Full of Opportunities
for Worth-While Savings
Reductions are in some eases as great as $55 on a coat, and all of the coats in
the sale are much reduced. Our finest coats arc now added, and many women will make
good investments of Christmas money.
Asco Pancake Flour
Calif. Bonito (Just Like Tuna)
can 19c
Calif. Kippered Sardines, can 24c
The Following Prices Obtain in All Oar, 150 Meat Markets
Fresh Killed Sg Chickens
39c
Dressed Pork S2& 35c h, Best Cuts 40c lb
Finest Native Beef
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Kitchens it never varies. The nearest ap
proach to the big loavea of flakey goodness
mother used to make, of any bread you ever ate.
No doubt about it, the biggest value baked in
these United States today.
From $13.75 to $19.75
Coats of velour, cheviot and burclla aie
trimmed with fur or fur fabric, and many are
fully lined.
From $23.75 to $29.75
Lovely coats of suede velour and broadcloth,
in many styles, arc fully lined with fine silk. The
cape or shawl collars are of nutria, scalene, ring
tail, etc.
From $33 to $53
Fashionable furs are generously used on these
coats that weremuch higher priced. The materials
arc duvet de laine, velour, pompom, silvertone and
bolivia. .
From $39.75 to $95
Beautiful cloaks and evening coats of the
finest materials arc almost all heavily trimmed
with beaver, nutria, scalene, etc. On somo of
these you will save ?55.
(.Market)
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A Pretty, Smocked
House Dress
It is of fresh-looking rose or blue chambray
made on rather straight lines. The collar, cuffs and
tops of the pockets aro of white linene and the
front of the bodice is neatly smocked. $3.85.
(Ontrul)
A Warm Kimono
Older women will like this snug kimono of black-nnd-white
ilannellet. It is made on straight lines
with a piping of color; the inside is softly fleeced
and pleasant to touch, $2.
(Outrun
Practical Nightgowns
A warm nightgown of flannellet in pink or
blue strines hns a double yoke trimmed with braid
and a roll collar. At $2.25.
A slip-over nightgown of white nainsook is
trimmed nround the nrck and sleeves with neat
embroidery, run with ribbon. $1.50.
Another slip-over nightgown of white crepe is
prettily hemstitched in pink or blue. $1.75.
They are all generously cut and practical.
(Central)
Good Corsets
A Royal Worcester model for overage to very
stout figures is made of pink coutil with a low
bust graduated higher in back. It is boned all
around and has wido graduated steels in front.
$3.50.
Scvcrul Hon Ton Models
Corsets of white jean with pink silk dots aro
made for slight to average figures, have low bust
lines graduated in back. Tho steels aro embroid
ered at tho bottom with silk. Elastic ia inset in
the tops. $4.25.
-"Vrtiito coutil and is heavily boned with wide gradu
ated steeis jn iront. f..;u.
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New Underthings
for Women
Envelope chemises of soft white batisto aro
trimmed with row after row of fine lace and have
wee rosebuds in front, $3.
Nightgowns, also of soft white batiste, are in
slipover stylo with hand-embroidered flowers adorn
ing the front. Colored hemstitching adds a pretty
touch $1.50.
IMoomcrs of soft, crepey basite have elastic at
tho waist and knees. Laco edges the ruffles at tho
knees. $1.50.
Envelope drawers aro something new. They aro
of white muslin and fasten like an envelopo chemise
whence tho name. They are edged with neat
embroidery. 75c.
(Central)
Women's Shoes at
$2.85
Practically all sizes aro to bo found in these
dull black leather shoes. They are made in laco
stylo with doublo tips and low heels.
Sizes 2'2 to 6 at $1.75 a Pair
These nro shoes of black dull or patent leather
with dull leather or cloth top3 in button style. Tho
heels are high or medium and the soles aro stout.
At $5.40 u pair, women's shoea aro made of
dark tan or black calfskin with medium heela and
welted soles.
Good Shoes for Men
are made of dull black leather on English lasts or
with wido toes. The soles aro durably welted.
$4.25 a pair.
For Boys Who Run and Romp
we make these shoes strong enough to withstand
tho hard wear. Tho black leather ia of good thick
ness. Sizes 10 to G nro $3 a pair.
Many Shoes for Kiddies
Dark tan leather shoes with welted soles are
in lace style. Sizes 8 to 2 are $4 and $4.50 a
pair. A similar style in black calfskin la 13.75 and
papain .
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