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.Establishes Strict lules for
Germans in Occu
ALL ARMS DEMANDED
Gathering of Crowds Forbid
den Trial by Military
Conrl Provided ,
By the Asidciattd Presi
Cohleiit, Dec. 28, General Pershlnir,
eoinmnndor of the American armies here,
ae Cipnnans within the area occupied
by Americans further cause for reallzlne
they nro a conquered people.
niter a three weeks' display of
leniency as ip-eat or creator than that
--hovn by their own military officials,
tho American commander promulgated
rules of conduct "forjtho guidance of In-
Under the termi of the. regulations,
tho authorities wll( know tha exact
whereabouts of every Individual, for
each must carry an' Identification card
and give notice of changes of habitation.
Householders roust keep posted on their
doors a list of the residents of their
buildings, with their" age, nationality and
occupations. All weapons and ammunl
, lion must be surrendered. The gather
ing of crowds Is forbidden and no meet
ings except courts, schools, councils and
religious aen-lces will he nllowed with
, Trial by. Military Court
The people are Informed that a mili
tary court will punish any one attacking
or Impeding' American soldiers or officers'
and those who destroy or Injure property
belonging to or used by tho army or
who commits any act whatever Inju
lous to tho American army."
The ext of the proclamation follows:
"Every person above the age of
twelve must carry at all times an Iden.
tlflcatlon card bearing his signature and
address Such card will, when Issued,
be stamped by1 tho appropriate civil ofll
clal, Notification of change of address
must be Immediately made to the appro
priate civil official and Indorsed by him
on the Identification card. The head of
each household must keep posted on the
outer door of tha bultdlng-a list showing
the name, nationality, sex, age'and oc
cupation of every person of the house
hold. "Circulation will be controlled by the
American authorities. Tho burgomastsr,
under the direction of the American
authorities', will regulate travel within
tho district occupied by Americans and
he will be held responsible for strlqt
compllanco with nil regulations. Author
ity toi leave the American zprie will be
granted only by a division or higher
Carrying of .rini Forbidden
"Tho carrying of arms or deadly
weapons Is forbidden except by the local
police. Eery person In possession of
arms or Ammunition of any kind muet
deliver them to, the American authorities
m ouvii iiuiu ur jmhco as way De ap
polnted. A receipt for each weapon will
be given at the time of delivery.
'The sale or gift of all alcoholic di lnk
except llglit wines and beer Is forbidden.-
Aiconoi tor medicinal or Industrial pur
poses does not come within this prohibi
tion. The Fale or gift of light wlno and
beer Is prohibited except from 1 1 o'clock
a. m. to 2 p. m. and froiii 5 o'clock p.
m. to 9 o'clock p. m. These orders
lespectlne drinks render tlm nrr.ml.r
liable, In addition tp other punishment,
iu vunuacniion or ni.i stock and the clos
ing of his business.
"All gathering of crowds Is forbid
den. Xo meeting or assembly of per
sons shall take place without authority
' from tho local military commander. Ses
sions of courts, councils and schools, as
well as religious services, may be held
"A copy of ench newspaper or other
publication will be differed to the local
military commanders immediately upon
Issue and the appearanco ot any matter
reflecting, upon or injurious to the Amerl--can
military government will render the
publication Habit- to suspension or sup
piesslon, Kxceptlng the periodical press,
no printed matter will be published with,
out permission from the local military
"Mall Is subject tp censorship by the
American military authorities. The use
of the telegraph and long distance tele
phone Is forbidden except hy permission
from the loc.tl military commander. The
use of aerial wireless apparatus Is for
bidden and all private telephone or
telegraphlo apparatus, Kiound or aerial
wireless apparatus, must bo reported to
the military commander at once N'o
person may, without' authority from the
local military oommandeiv transmit any
uiCBagKe ur (.-uimiiuiiicuuon in nnv nor.
son outside tlto, territory occupied by
American troops .oxcept through tho
"Tle use of carrier pigeons Ib for
bidden. Owners of carrier pigeons will
make Immediate report of' their pigeon
cotes to the military commander with
a list of marks borne by their pigeons.
Pigeon houses rpust bo kept open day
"The tnklng of photographs outdoors,
except by permission from the local
military authorities, Is forbidden.
Guards Against Treachery
"Special rules t Whosoever attacks
disturbs or Impedes any American troops
or officer or soldier thereof, or destroys,
damuges or disturbs any railway, tele
graph or telephone Installation, any
lighting or watir-power system or any
part thereof, or who destroys, damages',
steals or secretes any property ot or
possession of the American army; or
purchases, receives In pawn or has In
his possession articles of clothing, equip
ment or ration" furnished to American
soldiers r belonging to American
, armies; or destroys, damages, pollutes
or secretes any modder, water or other
things useful to the American army;. or
nets as a spy or commits nets of war or
treason against the American army; or
commits any act whatever Injurious to
the American army or In obstruction of
. the mllltary.leovernment, or In violation
0f these regulations or any other regula.
tlons or orders thereafter made by the
American military authorities, or refuses
or comply villi a requisition; or at
tempts to do any of the foregoing- things
or advises or assists any one else to do
or attempt to 40 any of ther.t, will bo
punished n- a military cfculrt may direct.
"Miscellaneous; Tha civil authority
used In. Iheso regulations means .the
burgomaster or head of the ,locuV, com
munity. All applications for permits it
passes r.iust be made In writing to the
local American military authorities1
through the civil authorities. Every per
son must familiarise himself with these
legulatlons and all others hereafter made
jiy the American military authorities.
"Ignorance of these regulations will
not be accepted as an excuse for their
violation. Jn, cast of doubt aa to .the
raulrmentsj of 'these regulations. In
auirleu should be mad at the City 1UU,"
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HALF MILLION. DAY'S CASUALTY
MUSTERED OUT LIST NUMBERS 424
March Announces Million J Smallest Reported by Gen
More Booked for Dis- I crab Pershing in More
charge Here and Abroad ! Than a Week
NEAR 200,000 HOME SOON 1 33 KILLED . IN ACTION
Distinguished Service Medals
Awarded to Several Gen-
" eral Officers
Washington, Dec 28. More than ai
half million men have been dismissed
from army camps to dato and more than
l.OTJO.OOO are booked for early dlsehargo
here and abroad, Chief yf Hlaff March
General Pershing has assigned for
early conoy a total of 6821 officers and
In this country 937,000 men are booked
for discharge 37,000 more than last
Td date the actual discharge from
American army camps number 533,334
men and 36,409 officers.
Honors to flenrraln
Geneiul March announced alo that i
the distinguished service- medal will be
awarded to the following prominent gen-1
erals whose work at home has been of
very vital Importance to the prosecution
V'.'. A . ,.- i
chief of engineers , Major General Knoch i
II. Crowder, provost marshal general
Major Oeneral George W. Ooethals.
formerly quartermaster general, and
later director of purchase, storage and
traffic; Major Oeneral William O. dor
gas, formerly surgeon general : Brigadier
General Frank T, Hlnes, chief of em
barkation, nnd Brigadier General Henry
Ja,ney, director of operations.
In a special ceremony Secretary of
War Baker and the chief of staff will
make the awards. With each medal wilt burgh; John A. Thomai. Heldlersbur, Kd
go a statement showing that the serv- ward C. .Miller. (Irocliwayvllto; l.afavette ,
Ices the., men nerformed were fullv . P.PAVr. 'S NorlhSlxl;entli atreet. 1'hll-,
,r r- . --- - , t i
comparable Jo thoar of officers In the
field In France. I
Asked as to casualties of the Thirty-,
fifth and Eighty-ninth Divisions, Gen-
eral March pointed out that the total
rnla.innt. !(! fnr (h fniin.r num.
replacements asKearortne former niim-1
ber, 171 officers and 4086 men, whllo for I
the latter the total was 196 officers and
E7-7 men Ittitoremnla irlv a Inn.
6.-7 men. Hepiacemenls gue a gen-
eral Indication, though not entirely ac-1
curate, as to the casualties suffered.
Vtttt'- Validation ot Contracts , '
Immediate legislation validating War '
Department contracts not legally signed
and erbal war supply orders was urged, more; Wlibtrt C. Boddy. Tork; I.ouls Url
tod'av bv rjrcrslarv nsker ixnrt ,lt. ,on' 21sn North Thirtieth street rhlladel-
toaaj oy becretap Baker ana rtsslst- phU. Lu,, j.-ablanl. ooa Krdrlck street.
ant Secretaries Stettlnlus and Crowell
Vcfore the House Ilules Committee. Mole
than 6600 contracts, aggregating 31,675,-
900,000, are held by manufacturer In
'nlted States, and thousands of
others Involving millions of dollars are
held by manufacturers In Kngland,
France and other countries.
Secretary Baker, In urging the com
mittee to gho the legislation privileged
Btutus for consideration In the House,
said that the law would not only per
mit the Government to perform Its Just
obligations, but also would be economi
cal for the Government.
"Speedy settlement Is of Importance,"
he said, "so that the manufactuicrsmay
f embark on pence-time Industry'
lie added that "amazingly little dif
ficulty" ?vould be had In adjusting the
contracts with the manufacture; a and
said that the department hadi complete
memorandum on which the Government
could be protected against unjust claims. I
Assignment to early convoy ot ad- '
dltlonal army units comprising In all 1
nhnnf olrl.tv nflWl-s nrwl tftn m.r. oJ
about eighty officers nnd 300 men was
announced today by the War Depart-
ment. The units Include the TWenty-
seventh. Forty-ninth, Thirteenth, Ninety- '
fifth. 133th, 147th, 155th, 400th and 1
492d aero aquadron; the 106th, 302d, ,
305th and 307th trench mortar batteries
and the 413th telegraph battalion.
Americans herding 'on German Frontier
Following Is the complete list of units 1
outside of divisions serving1 with the
Third American Arm along the Ger- 1
Army Troops Headquarters' Troops.
Sixty-sixth Field Artillery Brigade, 322d
Field Battalion. Signal Corps. Fifty-first
Telegraph Battalion, Twenty-sixth Tele
graph Battalion, Second; Cavalry Head
quarters, First Squadro'n, Second Cav
alry, Forty-sixth Knglneers, Fifty-sixth
Pioneer Infantry, Third Army Military
Police Battalion, Evacuation Hospitals
3 and 12, 314th Remount Squadron, 303d
Hemount Squadron, Army I'ostofllce
9S7, Sanitary Train Third Army, 642d-,
590 tli, GOlttt and 003d Ambulance Ser
vice Scctlonn, Third Army Provisional
Supply Train, Truck Companies 441,
463, 466, 467 nnd 469, Third Army Air
Service Headquarters, First Pursuit
Group, Pursuit Group, Pursuit Squadron
No. 4, Fourth Air J'nik, Headquarters'
Bombardment Group, Day Bombing
Squadron 1C6, Headquarters' Army Ob
servation Groups, Aero squadrons 9
and 91, Photo Sections 2 and 10, Branch
Intelligence Office 462 D nnd 403 1) Con
struction h'qundions, Third Army Re
glonal Replacement Depot, Ordnance
Depot Xo. 303.
Third Army Coips, Corps Troops,
Headquarters troopi, 308th Engineers
ufid train, Fifty-second Telegraph Bat
talion, 308th Field Battalion Signal
Corps, Third Corps Military Police Com
pany, First Plontr Infantry, Troop K,
Third Cavalry, Motor Bupply Train 415,
Field Remount a Squadron 302, Mobile
Veterinary Hospital No. 1, Machine Shop
Truck Unit 405. First Corps Artillery
Park, 601st Mobile Ordnance Simp, Head
quarters Third Army Corpa ervlce,
First Aro Squadron, Sixth ho Sec
tion, Third .Corps Balloon Groups necon
'rralssance. First Balloon Company
brand) Intelligence office, Third Corps
Sanitary Train. Field Hospitals 102, 163
and 332, Ambulance Companies 16'.', 163
nnd 332, Sales Commissary Unit No, 33.
Fourth Army Corps, Corps Troops:
Headquarters' Troops, Headquarters' De
tachments, Fifty-first Pioneer Infantry
8Qlst Engineers and Train. 310th Field I
Battalion Signal Corps, 405th Telegraph 1
Haltallon. Fourth Corns Air Service Head
quarters. Twelfth Aero Squadron, photp
Sectlpn No. 4, branch Intelligence office.
Balloon Group Headquarters, Fourth
Corps Second Balloon Company, 413th
Motor Supply Train, Mobile Ordnance
Repair Shop, Machine Shop Truck Unit
360, Fourth Corps Sanitary Train, Am
bulance Companies 301, 103, 303 ; Field
Hospitals 304, 3.02, 303; Troops M, 306th
Field Remount Squadron,1- Detachments
Fifth Mobile Veterinary Hospital, Fourth
Corps Military Police Sales Commissary
Uplt No, 31, Fourth Corps Aitlllery
Army Corps, Coj-ps Troop's: Headquar
ters' Troop's, military Police, 336th Field
Battalion Signal Corps. Provision Motor
supply company, SO6O1 Machine Shop
TrncK Unit? T07th Sanitary Train, less
Ihor'f. section, Army posiomce Viv,
rh -tret t Mqmie veterinary nection,
eighth Aero Squadron Third
1U11II0011 Company, Fifty-fourth Pioneer
Infantry. Seventh Corps Field Veter
inary Unit, lCJth Field Artillery Bri
gade, 310th Engineer", one battalion;
603d Knglneers, one battalion; 414th
Supply Tra)n, two companies; 418th
Supply Train, two companies; 312th Re
mount Squadron,)3l0lh Khglneer1 Train,
EVENDTffl PUBLIC LEDGERlHILADKLPHIA, SATURDAY,
' Eifly six Others Succumbed
i to Wounds, 7 to piscase,
13 to Accident
Washington, Dec. 28. Tho number of I
casualties reported today by General
Pershing is the smallest listed In more
than a week, the total being 424. Thirty-three
are recorded as killed in action,
6 died of wounds. 7 of disease and 13 of
accident and other cause". The missing
In action, Including prisoners, number
116 and the wounded 199.
Summarized, the Casualties to date
Killed in action 33 28,356
Died of wounds 66 11,353
Died or disease , 7 16,864
Died from accidents and
other causes .. ., 13 1C.44S
Missing In action (Includ
ing prisoners) . . .. 116 19.037
Wounded 193 122.29S
Killed In Action
. r-RlVATB Wllmer M.
Died from Wounds
rntVATM Clarence, rt. Btettler Msrun-
rle:Jteod Ilarnlti "S.17 West Oiford street.
Philadelphia; Homer U. McKsll. Tsrentum. ,
Stanley Mellott. nic Cove Tannery, nit-hard ,
S. T. Tailor. 218 Weit Allesheny aenue,
Wed from Accidents and Other Canses I
PIUVATE Harry Wood, nttiton i
rrtlVATESOeorse II. Oebhardt. Eaelon
$" siMu .S'W.?": ",rf,r.. .ft!!:
aaeipnia; jonn l-eirwyai!, i'tmouin, laauuro
Wolner. Newllle: Joseph i'. wiles. Vcnanso
township: lleorce Williams. Haileton, .lolin
?5i !"nj "l1'!1Ai ,':"X. SoW'w.V.Sfi
street. Philadelphia'. I.ouls Ca'cla. lleadlns, ,
Itobert V Carlln BJ(l North Thirty-sixth ,
"treat. Philadelphia; Joseph Dlnkowltil, 330
wh,rton ,,, phiiadiphia; jcifph o!
Kvani, 1CJS South Kront atret. Phllidel-1
Phlat William riemtnt-. 4 as IVral Mun'
Plltunt atrnue, Philadelphia I 1 rank K I
rorr. niehfleld, Wllbert J. Haanertv Html,
L'hrlatooher n Johnson. Jtareys, William i
. Jones. Bath. John A. Klelnman. York.
Henry J. KuWler. Hroadway. John V.
Weandrd (Derree Undetermined)
riUVATES Domenlco Ilsmblno. nun-
vl"; J01"1 W. Maikowskl. E
.rmiaanipma ; itcnrv t urayuiii. iv-
,1.. Tnkn ' Xr.. lr...Ial 1T-I.
aiantown avenue. Philadelphia.
Mission In Action
PRIVATES Karl A Muschettf. ',131
Otden atriot, Philadelphia: John C. nodes,
Harrlsburs; Leonard W. nought, I.aceyvllle;
Karl Stewart, nialravllle: Itnlph N straub,
WatsontoMi; Hoy T. Hwartalander, New
Kenslnston. Chanry E. Williams, Alford:
William Italtoduzzla. Mcranton: llarry
Oroier, Ccmenton; Alvln, Kane, Hharpiburc.
Pled of Wounds
PIUVATE Irvine J. Darton. Jersey City.
Died of Disease
PRIVATE Edward U Stuber. Taterion.
PniVATES Aumist Meier. West Hobo-
ken. Sam Saphonchlck. South P.ler,
riUVATE Donato Do Cotlas. Jersey City.
iti..i- i n
.,.,-,,,-, ,u .
PRIVATER- Hsrold P. Munrk. South Am-
boy .rony Yochlm. Newark; Oscar Fether-
WeonSed ; Seteralr
,.... Tt,"?,n, v"Xrr ,,
rnn ATE-Mascullne toraVer. Smyrna.
CORREC T 10 AS JN DAl S
TfPliniiT HV C JS77 ATTIVs
Waahlniton, Dec. 28 --(By A. P.) 1
Changes In the casualty report for to- ,
day made by the War Department are i
made up largely of corrections cheerful
In their nature, noting, as they do. re- I
turn to duty of men previously reported 1
dead or missing In action. The follow
ing are those from Pennsylvania and I
Returned to Dotr (PretlonI.T Reported Miss
Inr In Action) 1
PRIVATES Myron tf Mvlntaton. Had
ford. Pa.t Ueor V Llewellyn. Trenton,
N, J,: Herman U. Lonaacre. MlfTllntonn,
Pa 1 Alflo Ixirenono. Hlzhlandtown, Md,;
Howard Lnase. 3-0 North Hope street. Phil
adelphia: Walter P MrMghon. M27 Hnn-e
street, Plttsbursh, Frank J. Maaulre, 2317
Hnuth Itlrka street Philadelphia; Nicholas
Matcher, pottsviwe, ra, ; Anthony Mayanocx. ,
Mi-Adoo. Pa.; Wad It. Mitchell. Elllcott I
rity, .Md. : josepn J ainore. wiuiamspou,
.Md.t Clnrtnca II. Mow err. "Paradise Pa;
Vrnr K, Nunley, Ablncton, Va 1 Ilert Or
wl. 1217 South rorty.nnth street. Phila
delphia; Reed C. Overholaer. Ileadlns, Pa.:
Arthur C. Pahst, 2010 North Rlxlh street.
Ph tadelphla: Frank Paul. IS.'- Porter street,
Philadelphia: I'ranrls (). Piper. Claytnnla, I
Pa. : Jpnn riant, .lenklntown. Pa 1 Harry
E. Ithlne, Altnons. Pa.; Charles J. Srhlrfert. '
Wlr.neld. N. T. i Charlea A Hippie, ilinooka. .
Pa.i John J, Weldon. 2000 Weatmorelond '
street. Philadelphia; Itay 1. Williams. Oil
North Fifty-fourth street, Philadelphia
Wonnded In Anion IDesree Undetermined),
Pre'lonslr Reported Killed In Action
n Hiley. RSIB Master
hlat (leorse McKeltey,
jsannetta. Pa.; 1 rank Tedford. Norfolk. Va.
Returned lo Dntr, Previously Reported
iiuieo in action
-Antonio Clllo. Menham, N. J.
PRIVATES Henry ft Thbes. New
nioomOeld, Fa.: Otto Woehs. Parscppany.
Wannded Cererely In Action, rretlously Re
ported Died of Dtseaae
PRIVATKH Raymond P. Miller. Thr
mont. Md,: Frank II Walker. Chester. r.
Returned to Dntr. rretloslr.Renor(el Died
from Mounds Hrceleed In Action
PIUVATE Dean A. Hall, 1418 Deech.
flew aenue, Pittsburgh.
In Action. Previously . Reported
Wounded Kererely In Action
TRlVATE Edward Hinder. Jersey City,
, , , Af.,n rresion.iy r,o,i4
vouniled in Action (Degree Undetermined)
PRIVATE Bruce i'. betters, jicuiunss.
Killed In Action, rreflnualr Reported Miss
Inc In Action
SCniEANT Carl Iluemme. Oreenook. Pa,
CORPORAL Andrew E. Mlckley, Uettrs-
N. J.I Martin
J.i I.Sft CJ. Pelta YXK...
nesak. Duller. Pa.
Giro qurllflcatlons, reference, age,
married or single, oalarr,
G 548, Lcdjrer Central
DOWN STAIRS STORE' I
The Down Stairs Store
It's a treat to look at such new, fresh things!
Bureau Scarfs, 50c
Odds and ends of lincne bureau
scarfs with deep lace edges re
duced for a clearance. They mea
sure 17x50 inches.
Every piece of fur in the Down Stairs
Fur Store is marked at a new low price.
Lovely Airy Tulle
Yards of filmy silk tulle in lovely light evening
colors are here for the new evening frocks. In
turquoise, Nile, rose, pink, flesh and maize, two
yards wide, at $1.65 a yard.
Corsets for Three
For slender young women there aro two excellent
models that are lightly boned and inexpensive.
Both are pink and one, with insets of clastic at
top and bottom, is" $1.50. Tho other is a Royal
Worcester corset with elastic all around the top.
A Nemo corset for slight to average figures is of
pink coutil with a low bust, which rises toward
the back. $3.
For average to full figures there is a corset of
fine white coutil with pink embroidered silk dots.
The front steel is short and the corset grows longer
toward the back, where, it is firmly boned. $3.50.
Bandeaux and Brassieres
At 50c a pink bandeau of basket cloth, fasten
ing in back.
At 65c a hook-front brassiere, which is trimmed
about the top with embroidery.
Part Wool Petticoat
Cream-white flannels for warm petticoats or
A 27-inch width is 55c, 65c and 85c a yard.
A 36-inch width is $1 and $1.25 a yard.
Soft, good-quality crepe de chine, in flesh or
white, forms some of the prettiest envelope chemises
that we have seen in a long time. They are hem
stitched all about the lower edge and are gathered
on elastic about the tops and around the high
waistline. A lino of hemstitching runs between tho
two. The shoulder straps are of ribbon. $3.
Nighties Special at
They're for the little folks of 6 months to I)
years. Of white-ribbed cotton they tie at the
neck, in back with tapes aijd can bo drawn in at
the bottom to keep the little feet warm.
A Large Assortment of
Somo of these aro much reduced. A loose-leaf
scrap book is half price at 50c.
Others with black or light leaves are $1 to $3.50.
To Begin the New Year
Good shoes for women at low prices make possible well-clad feet
at little outlay.
Dark tan or black calfskin shoes, high cut with medium heels
and sturdy welted soles, are $5.40 a pair.
Shoes of soft gray leather that resembles buckskin arc high cut
with welted soles and medium heels at $5.75 a pair; with high covered
heels nt $5.90 a pnir.
Black kldskin shoes mfcde on a long slender last or In wide too
ithapes are In button or lace style with medium or low heels. $4.90
Chamois color or white felt
Good Shoes .
for Father and the
Men's shoes of dull black
leather on English lasts or wide
toe shapes have sturdy welted
soles. $4.25 a pair.
Boys shoos o dull black
leather in sizes 10 to 6 are $3,
lovely, airy thirnrs have
come to give a tantalizing glimpse of
Summer before flying to the South.
Little sports hats of straw braid
woven in gingham plaids, light as a
feather. Small leghorn sailors to wear
with tailored frocks. Most delightful
of all are the broad-brimmed hats in
gay, clear colorings to harmonize with
afternoon frocks of Georgette and soft
Diaries for 1919
befrin as low as 10c for the fa
mous Wananmker diary and then
Ko up through small and laiRer
diaries with cloth, leather and imi
tation leather bindings to $8.7u.
Many, many stops at 30c, -ISc, 50c,
spats that button high aro 90c
Girls' School Shoes
They are good dull black leather
shops with low heels, in lacu
style. Sizes 2,4 to 7.
Special at $2.85 a Pair
DECEMBER 28, 1D1S
WANAMAKER'S I DOWN STAIRS STORE
Busy, lively days in the Down Stairs Coat Store
Coats are taking wing on lowered prices ! Nearly
every Coat is reduced, and women are quick to
appreciate the savings.
Warm Robes for
Baby's Carriage or
Pretty blanket robes in pink or
blue have little animal figures or
floral designs scattered over them.
Tho crib size U $1.7." and tho
enniage size is ?1.
Special at 55c'
Made veils in octagon meshes
have scrolls or chenille dots to
ornament them. In biown or
black and quite special.
in purple, brown, black and taupe
arc in plain octagon meshes. 7fic.
iV ftP wll li ' , HiT v 'lv
Loveliest New Dance Frocks
The colors are beautiful as if they would express the
radiant joy that will abound at all the dances given in honor of
W"'-' While MnUe
Turquoise Orchid A'tfe green
Rose pink and Hose
Materials include satin over silver-embroldeicd net; tulle
combined with taffeta bands; ruffled tulle like airy clouds over
silver cloth of various shades and radium silk and tulle combined.
$15, $19.75, $22.75, $23 and $30
New Georgette Frocks
cmbioidered in beads or in silk nre in light pastel or in dark
colors. Also some new frocks arc made of cicpo de chine in
new, attractive styles. Taffeta dresses nre rather unusual and
somo are combined with Georgette crepe. Prices begin at
$19.75, $25 to $48.75.
A Group of Odd Satin and Serge Frocks
Reduced to $12.75
In some styles tho sizes arc broken. The frocks aie suitable
for young women and women and aro worth a great deal more
You will have unusual and excellent choosing.
Extra-size serge frocks are reduced to $15 and $19.75.
Afternoon Frocks of Satin
Reduced to $19.75 and $22.50
A limited quantity of fine satin frocks nre in black, navy
bluo and seal brown. Some have pleated Georgette crepe
vestees and embroidered crepe collars. Others have roll collars
and cuffs of white satins, and a few show pipings of contrnhtintr
color. ' H
Novelty Serge Frocks for Spring
arc in navy blue, of course, nnd display many new features in
cuffs, vests and skirts. $25, $27.50 and $35.
Serge frocks are new and special at $10.75.
There arc about 10 different models in braided .or tucked
effects. Some have broad satin girdles.
in hundreds of patterns and about
as many color combinations aie
good for re-covering furniture or
for inner draperies. You will find
an excellent assortment at 50c a
yard, and many, many fine cre
tonnes from 55c a yard to $1.25.
Almost all aro 36 inches wide
They have clastic at the waist
and knees and aro $1.25 a pair.
of all sorts,the Down
200 Cloth Suits Bear Worth
Women's tailored suits, novelty suits, suits trimmed
with fur or braid, and so on through innumerable models,
are made of broadcloth, velour, wool poplin, gabardine,
mannish serge and tweed.
$17.50 $23.75 $32.50 $45 $50
Hats for Little Boys
New hats to go with the new
Christmas oereoat are marked
specially. They are of wool mix
tures and have soft or pinched
crowns and will fit boys of 4 to 10
years. S5c and $1.B0.
Greeting the New Year
With Fresh, White
Steel-engraved or printed catds manv with
bright bits of color have not been handled. Tho
envelopes fit perfectly. 5c each.
Supplies for Office and
Ink various brands is in bottles at 10c to
i'en points are 10c and 15c a dozen.
Pen holders arc lc to 5c each.
Krasers arc 3c lo 10c each.
containing linon-finished paper or paper with a
.smooth finish, are 5c to 45c each, with your choico
of ruled or unruled paper,
Blank books with stiff linen covers include
ledgers, day books, etc., with double or single
entry. 50c to $1.50. Other stiff-backed books are
85c to $3.75.
in various sizes aro the convenient kind, the leaves
of which you turn back every day, instead of tear
ing off. There is room for memoranda on the cal
85c to $2 with a few at 50c.
Special at $ 1
About two hundred petticoats of a good lustrous
cotton material in rose and green. They are made '
with deep flounces and clustic at the top. Their
pi ice hag been considerably moie.
Pretty as well is a petticoat with a lustrous
cotton top in plain color and a deep taffeta flounce
in lovely changeable colors. $3.
Changeable Messaline Petticoats
arc treasures' to own, because they wear so long
and so well. We have a new lot of them in various
changeable colors. The flounces arc accordion
pleated and finished with full ruffles of striped
Shoit lengths of all sorts of cotton materials,
both white and colored. There nre chambrays,
percales, ginghams, outing flannel and prinreMl
voiles of various sorts. Reductions range from a
third to a half.
White Goods by the
Practical white goods in ten-yard pieces that aro
marked at about today's wholesale price. SVomen
who sew will save a considerable sum.
Good longclofh, 36 inches wjde, $2.25 a piece.
Sturdy birdeye, 24 inches wide, $2.40 a piece;
27 inches wide, $2.95 a piece.
Two New Skirts in Seven
Strictly tailored skirts of beautiful woolen
fabrics that business women will find perfect for
their needs. Several of these splendid cloths are
usunlly found enjy in hien's wenr, which speaks
for their durability. The skirts aro shirred under,
deep belts and fitted with roomy pocketa. They
aro of Bedford cord, serge, diagonal, crepe poplin
and men's wear cassrimcre and mixed striped suit
ing. In waist sizes 25 to 30.
For Southern Wear
lovely new skirts of crepe de chine, Georgette,
baronet satin and summery silks In delightful
colorings. The new strawberry shade will attract
your notice. $12.50 to $25.
Fine ribbed-cotton union suits
in medium weight are special at
Made with high neck, long
sleeves and ankle-length drawers.
Natural color merino shirt3 and
drawers at $1.65 a garment. Tho
shirts in high neck long sleeve
stj lc, the drawers ankle length.
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