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EVENTS PJBEIO LEIMGBI-PHII3ADfeI;PHIS, S"ATUBDAY,t JANTTABY ' 1019
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9 o'clock Grand Organ
4:50 Grand Organ
DOWN STAIRS STORE
OF HEROES, 233
enty Killed in Action
WHAT AN INRUSH OF NEW MERCHANDISE WHEN JANUARY OPENED
HER GATES! THE DOWN STAIRS STORE IS BRIMFUL OF NEWNESS
and 86 Succumb to
5EASE CLAIMS 63
fcdent Victims Number 14,
. Missing 32, "Wounded
aahlniton, Jan. 4 Tlie death list ot
ts reported by amend rcrnhln to-
contalna tho names of 233. OC
s seventy were killed In action.
tv.alx mipumhRl to wounds, disease
fciedj sixty-three, accident icums
tabered fourteen, and thirty-two are
Brded an missing In action. Tne
tended are 461.
Jan. 4 'roiais.
lied In action 70
fed from wounds
ed from accidents and
other causes 14
slnjr In action (Includ-
I Grand totals 726 210,437
Killed In Action
MRt!TPViMTH-jmpi R Cant-well. New
Even, Cnmi.l Robert Gardner. East Tem
ton. Jim.! Patrick J, Ollleran. r.ew
hpbt William R r.r,h,m. Charleston W.
mi rftui ju uanson, i-onrau, whuh V.
1 i. j.maDerr. iaua. 111 : wicomo n.
ftteato AnnUlnn. Wli Ttrthert H. ly Jilt-
Hi. Bristol, Tenn.s llaney F. Smith, De-
Died of Wounds
CUTENAKT8 William II. Kane. Went-
Mafia Ira. TCHawortti I.adr. Arenais-
.. ra.: Oeora-e n Pace. Hamilton. Md
tola Reed. Nw nier. Term.: Sidney C,
rrnllvea. Syracuse. V T: W. noeer
piacr, aan Amomo, -icx.
Died of Disease
CAPTAIN' aeons II. Hockctt. Anderson,
WEUTENANTS John W. nallev. Ur-
e. III.: Price K. Johnson. Farmersvilie,
Died or Airplane Accident
LIEUTENANT Donald P. Strahan. Wan.
blnsera Falls, N, T.
Died of Accident and Other Cans,
CAPTAIN AJhert P. Tlltna. Columbia.
Mlaslnr In Action
LIEUTENANTS Earl Buell, Alma Cen-
wis,; jonn Cornelius Itoctie, Bellevuc,
CAPTAIN' Mj ron I,. Corey, Kenosha.
LIEUTENANTS Arthur A. Axllne. Beth-
drle W. Clark. Canyon City. Ore i John
,.o. wrquern, ArK,; James iviciiary ey,
Wtlmore. Md : Aumista W. Muse. Albany.
fc.; Homsrva RoMnson, Bprlnsflcld, Mass :
well I. Roc-era. Alexandria, La,; John O,
hekel. Kprlngnald. Ill ; Oscar W. Temple.
In nA.rf,.,,.i.(li. r. , T. ... 1
-... uuuuiuiLD.iiia, Acini., duiiu it. vausnan.
little Rock, Ark.
Wounded CnerrtM, TTnritjrmtnin
l-LIEUTENANTS Arthur Leonard Mil
ell, Itasca, Tex.: James E. Ewens. Itox.
ICArTAINS Sidney If Toumr Kansas
F.....1Plvln lj itnoaaes mnev. o
I.TTTITTlV . wye n , n .-.-. . .
tonlp. Tex i Cheater Allen. Milwaukee.
r.!.t. E- JJybunr Sprlnafleld. JIass ; Q.
kMacDonnell, Austin, Tox.
Killed In Artlnn
TITVATT'a tk..i ,. ....
klV.i 1 V " ,""ni iJewaiu, ;arnsie;
pderlck ; Jackson. Wllllamsnort; Perry E.
.... ,. lurrun Bireet. 1'niiaaeipma.
Died nf ITnniiJ.
IrpnnvTH tk- t -w-., Hn ...
PCrtferfth VWi Philadelphia; iui?h
PRIVITWS Tasant, Tit ... -.
Kj,J' Colebauffh, Imber: Jame D. Thorp.
Died of Arrlifentai anct nit. r...
L?iiIyHE2-J!.me',.YL ""'. Harris-
., .w.. , Afcciu, i)ryn uawr.
I)fi(1 nf Talcan&
PniVATEH--rrRnU D. Sturircon. Fembelli
MHwk..lu, uuiranv, ut:ivceaporca
HFRflffiVTB Tna.e,!. t
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bv a iiiautri'itttl..
PCOKPORALSJames Q Earnhlll. Car-
i; ynarew uiajcomb. stersburir: Mlcczl
n Dolewskl. South Ilethlehem: Jim., .1.
Pit' Viftabursh: John M. Grirfenberir. 3os
nnln8, Washington, lawrcnca Pedlar,
rpHTVATRll T-. fill- . ... - .
Inoslto. clearAf d; David Na.clmhen
ayior: Kobert M. Oierholser. Keadlnc:
K?i1J;,lvPl. Trco. 45IS Paschall avenui,
illade phla; Harrv I. Jacobs. 721 North
arshall street. Philadelphia: Georxe A.
rr. rtamnure: William A Lemln. Tndd;
Bern C. Mellott, Harrlsonvllle. Harry San
brson, Plttsburfih: Harold S. iila. War.
uvcK-i'it a , aiaraaMf,
oseph II. Hurst. Dlxmount; Clarence F.
eniiiTaF Ttrsur in ifulllai t r. - n
K-aaVft-f. .."r.-'Si T.-j 'fSI "
v... UVa.w - lk tJalStVICJiVlUft,
Wotinded (Dnnvwi TTnrl4inj
tPRlVATK Francis P. Murray. Easton.
j. SEnOEANT Sherman II. Jloonahln.
F8n8f9feAlyJ E"Plt0. PlttBburih.
b;i;iVtfcMT." l"ilT.rf. Kurgn;
Ci" . ".. r.,7"' .uD--uuina . r.avaru J.
'tinaa 11( UlaiaanlV, T11.11. j a. .
Emitn T. TlAHttinrf P.i Anar.iii-o, u..k.. d
Lliter, 2341 .Redntr street, rhlladelnhia!
Vi11!", K. L1K 19,13 .r:ast -Arizona street,
ll.f1iilnrila 1) i I a ami t I1 11.11 !.!
Bonn O. Horner. Washlnffton, Charlea M
fTaivwatvaaass IXttakiivnV., fb. t 1. - u at a
nuuiuiti. itiDUUiBiii I'liu nUPritlrin lillll
aAVa ZTSaAvtlsiln . & rV,IIJ.1l.i n-
rales: Clare J Hroclous. rirookvllln, Walter
Itrown. 2407 West JefPerson street I'hlla
lelphla; Anreln Ilutto, McKeesport Albert
' Cornelius, Pittsburgh; Kdward Costello,
!157 Orthodox straet, Philadelphia, VltiUIano
'ivaKu, ,'uaiu.uuibi i.ruri,,' r.ciinarc,
'Ittsburch: Martin J. Fahey, 2r20 South
4ek ..-. DhllMnlnVil . 1FK..I r. T..
la. Manhelm. James V, McMahon, Tohns.
inn, PhirUa O Vahnr, fK.n, n.u..
eorro Paoluccl, Midland;' Harry Chase.'
'Ifaulll! Vlian,ni-1 T. .TMn.e.j' ill t 1 '
usfiooi jinwu -. vmin, u,. aJatrKSOn
Iraal ThlTa rftnlnh I a isnlnn iT'nmln 1..
, iHuvsaastw us.ituu .Ullllfl, .UUSKJ
uantan , wuunrra Jiuiuarjcj; .MlCnaej
aitlat, Tlrazll; Jawrenra T. Kennedy. My.
touthj ioltaw Ketczewakl. IMilIlipston;
ititbony Lonzetta. Hazeltonj Theodore Rai-
Ba KTa wafen IvnaiA Tpn sil sssfrvaflr I 11A .fit- 1
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Hilled In Action
' rnnPORAl, Auntln Harnes rnntTaU
MECHANIC Alon-zo Mills. Montclalr
PRIVATES Uenjamln L. Quick. Phllllr,..
bure; Leslie n rtok-crs, Komenlllc,
Died of Wounds
RERCjEANT-r-'WIlllam Tlnhe. Kdgewater
PRIVATES John J Hutler Jersev ciiv?
(Anthony Morol.ecko Jersey city.
SERQEANT William U. Ilamford. Tren.
ton . .. . , , .
i-cki'uhau jicnry ,. nioenier, Eliza
PR1VATER Jaml J. Mullen. Tf.HI, AM.
riioy; Mlchele nuleba. Wharton: Abraham
EM. Krldel. Red Dank: Boris Matuz, pis.
aic. ... . ..
iissmr in Action
' CORPOnAI Joseph riotrskl. Trenton
Mounded (Dejreo UndetermlnedJ
BEROKANT Lester lindall Trenton
jolirJiiAi tnatica d. winaert. Da.
REnnEANT Sidney Spurdens. Trenlnn
CORPORAL, Oeorxe F. Ooerl, East
PRIVATES Louis J. Messier, n......
ttown; John J. Moffettetj. wenark; Henry
ncaccia. ..r,i,,, .,1,1, am i.uu-ain UJIIlonl
riAdell G. Maine. Rtlthvater: Josenh a ii.
iley. Jsrsey City; Atostlno Piccolo Madison;
Immon nioom. Jersey City: Philip H lireece.
Kiw Brunswu-K: rnomas j-- ciarK Camden;
plnVnzo Penta, Kearny; Walter R. Purcell,
ptrsey wiy; iiaraimos Ulamontopolos,
rirane-e: Grav R. Leater. Inlmrlnn. wn.
ilam J. Stark. Jersey City; Johnr II. Trout.
SERGEANT Meredith I.. nirmlmrham.
I'OnPORAI., Thomas O. r.ant rm.
krldee. .. . .
SERGEANT Oeorxe II, Wall Cambrldae
PRIVATES Rarnes C Ilouen rtarslnw.
About 20 Styles of Batiste
Blouses at $3.25 to $3.75
Blouses of sheer, white batiste are pretty because o
their freshness and daintiness. Many have white
pique collars edged with colorful frills or with picot lace. Some aro
in Peter Pan style, others in tho cowl shape. Other blouses have rose,
blue or green collars, and still other styles show tucking down the
" ft High necks predominate at this price, with various
KOr qid.OU I st.,lcs of fine tucks, frills, cti. There are also blouses
with flat collars, and more elaborate blouses that show hemstitched
shirring in a square netk.
. q -- I Here we see the new effects of narrow pleating used
ror .o.(0 cdrrinir. doublo collars, roll collars, tucking and
so on. The exceptionally good buttons are worth a menuon.
A Special Lot of House Dresses at $2.50
Well-made house frocks of gingham, chambray, etc., are in neat,
piactical styles such as women like to wear. You may choose plain
colors, plaids or stripes.
150 Percale House Frocks at 52
The percale is in fine pink, blue or lavender plaids and the
di esses are fashioned on straight lines.
bi the White Sale
25 Styles of Nightgowns
White nainsook and pink batiste arc both used and the quality
is soft and fine.
Unusually pretty nighties aie adorned with colorful stitching,
hcmstltching,hand embroidery, etc.
Others aro trimmed with lace, so that among 25 styles you will
surely find several that appeal to you particularly.
Bits of Prettiness
Hand-embroidered camisoles of
flesh or white satin aro $1.25.
Another new style shows an
entire top of Georgette crepe with
blue ribbon shoulder straps. $1.50.
Two styles at $2 are both of
flesh satin with tucked Georgette
Full bloomers of pink batiste
have elastic at tho waist and at
the kneeB, where there are ruffles
edged with lace.
of excellent quality white nain
sook are trimmed with embroid
ery or lace. $2.
There are also some at $1.50
with casings of the material.
Step-in Envelope Chemises
are in two styles trimmed with
unusually pretty insertion and
lace, and one with embroidered
Striped voile envelope chemises
adorned with rows of pink satin
ribbon and with lace arc ?3.
Pink satin envelope chemises
in two styles aro soft, lustrous
and lovely. Tho hemstitching is
neat and prcttv and one stUn is
with ribbon rosebuds.
Should SeeThese Skirts
They are lovelv, light, summery things of beau
tiful materials that arc typical of the Southern
Prices begin at $5.65, for velvety white corduroy
skirts, and go to $25, with many prices between, for
soft Georgette crepes in flesh and white, shantungs,
crepes de chine, baronet satin in lovely orchid shades'
Dainty White Poplin Corsets
with embroidered pink silk dots aro for average
to medium stout figures. They are cut with a
medium bust, which rises higher toward tho back.
Brassieres and bandeaux aro of pink satin and
lace or of lace entirely. This is a big collection in a
great variety of styles.
Gleaming Flouncings for
Lovely flouncings of silk net in flame, pink,
Nile green, orchid and turquoise arc embroidered in
silver in various designs. Gold and silver color
flouncings are embroidered in white. All at $2.50
a yard, 36 inches wide.
Tulle to Match
is 72 inches" wide, $1.65 a yard.
Gold and silver metallic cloth, 36 inches wide, is
$1.25 a yard. ,
Mercerized Cotton Stockings
are in a clear, clean weave of fine texture. They are
seamed down the backs and are re-enforced at the
garter tops and in the feet. The colors are white
and bronze, with black stockings also. 50c a pair.
1 iJssa ssssssssW I V 11 if W I M
for the South $9.50
Large shapes in a good quality of rough
straw many in dark colors enchanting soft
hats of straw chenille; tailored hats of liscro
with lovely facings; satin or Georgette crepe
and rough straw combined all of these are
in the group at $9.50, and some of them would
easily bring three times as much if displayed
in a French shop.
The fashionable henna shade is in evidence
as well as the many light and dark shades
that are always good everywhere.
Many unusual, fascinating touches are
There are hats here to go with every
form of wearing apparel morning frocks,
suits, sports clothes and afternoon dresses.
What Good Serge Frocks
and How Low Their Prices !
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There is a group of pretty, new frocks at $11.50
made up of two different styles. One has a little
coatee effect and many tucks; another is collarless
and embroidered with silk. They are in plum, navy,
taupe, brown and burgundy one is sketched on the
$15 will afford the choice of several more styles
in new serge frocks. Some are trimmed with
braid, some only with buttons and some are embroid
ered in contrasting fcilk. The other frock sketched
shows a cord girdle and odd pockets. In tan, navy,
. burgundy, green, Copenhagen, brown and black.
Reduced to $25
Novelty navy blue serge frocks, some of which
arc combined with satin, others are braided or
Spring Things Arrive in Ever
The taffeta frocks make one think of blossoming
bulb flowers' and so do the fresh, rustling foulards.
Georgetto ciepe has even taken on the hues of
spring, and disports itself in rose, pale tan, silver
gray and flesh pink. The frocks aro quite elabor
ately and gaily beaded and an ever fresh delight.
Prices begin at $16.75 and mount by easy steps
$10.75, $24.75, $27.50 to $47.50.
Satin Frocks Reduced
40 satin frocks have had their prices lessened
because there are so few of a kind. They are prin-
' cipally in black with a few in taupe and navy. $19.75.
Six Styles of Women's Good Shoes
Special at $3.50 a Pair
All lace high and have welted soles.
Gray kidskin shoes have high curved or medium heels.
Black kidskin shoes with medium heels have gray cloth tops.
Dark tan calfskin shoes have tops of fawn cloth.
Black kidskin shoes are made with medium heels.
Ivory kidskin forms the tops of brown kidskin shoes.
Black patent leather shoes have tops of gray leather.
Women's Fine Spats
Special at 90c a Pair
Tho spats button high and are well tailored.
In Havana brown, light fawn, dark fawn, dark
gray, pearl gray and fawn.
Nearly All Sizes Are to Be
Found in Women's Shoes at
$2 a Pair
Of course, all sizes can't be found in each
of the eight styles, but somewhere in the.lot you
will find your size. The quality of the shoes
makes it worth your while to look.
Boys' Black Leather Shoes
Special at $2.50 a Pair
The dull black leather is durable enough to
combat the dampness of tho Winter weather
which is before us, and thick enough to be warm.
Sizes run from 2 to 5.
200 Pair of Girls' Shoes
Special at $2.85 a Pair
These are of tan calfskin in button style.
The toes are sensibly wide and tho soles are
sturdily welted. Sizes are here from 2 to 6.
Also, there are still plenty of girls' shoes of
black leather in lace stylo with double tips, at
$2.85 a pair.
Enemies of a Good
Cold creams and vanishing
creams arc ranged on the hide of
your skin to fight winter's legions
of icy winds.
They aro 20c (a tube) to 65c
(a jar), with a large choice in
Most Men Find They Need
a new suit or an overcoat now that cold weather is beginning in earnest. It
will be a wise move to look up the sale of suits and overcoats in the Down
Stairs Men's Clothing Store on the Gallery at Wanamaker's.
Special All-Wool Suits at $22, $24.50 and $29.50
live up to the high Wanamaker standards in every detail from the splendid
quality of the all-wool cassimeres or cheviots to the good taste exhibited in
the tailoring and finishing. i
As for Overcoats 75 Special Coats at $22.50
are absolutely all wool and will give splendid warmth on the icy, below
zero days that are sure to come. There are single-breasted box coats and a
few ulsterettes in the lot.
You Save $5 to $6 on a Coat
Silk Neckties, Special at 40c
A large selection of neckties' in good mascu
lino patterns for real men is composed of open
end tics of silk.
Tncludcd at this special price are a number
of knitted tics.
Domet Nightshirts and Pajamas
It is only because Winter has held off its
cold weather that we have such a good choice
of nightshirts and pajamas of excellent domet
flannel. The cold weather is commencing now,
and you might as well take advantage of our
large assortment now.
Nightshirts of striped domet flannel ate
$1.45 and $1.75. The latter are trimmed with
Pajamas of warm, soft domet flannel in
arious colored htripes are $2.25 and $2.85.
Men's Half Hose
Special at 18c a Pair
This is a special lot of half hose in black,
white and some colors. The toes and heels are
lr-cnforccd and tho tops arc ribbed. They are
classed as "seconds,' 'but the imperfections are'
3 Pair for 50c
A Special Purchase Brings Many Fine New Coats
at Less Than Usual Wholesale Costs
It is safe to say that nowhere will better coats be found for the
The materials are the best to be had. They have been cut with a
generous hand and tailored to hang true and to fit smoothly and com
fortably. Virtually every coat is lined from collar to hem, either with
durable mercerized lining or with pretty silk in plain colors or
Most of this season's coats have fur collars, since that is the
mode. The best-liked furs nutria and sealene are used in both
shawl and cape collars and sometimes trim the cuffs and pockets.' Of
course, there are some coats without fur of any kind.
The best-liked colorings abound plenty of reindeer, taupe and
beetroot as well as staple brow ens, blues, blacks and burgundy
Between $19.75 and $38.50. here Is Wonderfully Wide
Choosing and Savings Range From $10 to $30
586 coats of velour made in more ways than you would care to
count ai'e in this special lot. And there are coats of silvertone, broad
cloth and of f urcloth, too. All sizes from 14 to 44, and models suitable
for every coat purpose.
THESE ARE COATS TO BE PROUD OF!
Towels for Hard
Heavy, absorbent cotton buck
towels are bleached a clear white
and have hemmed ends. Den
tists, physicians and manicures
use a great many in these sizes
14x20 inches, 12c each; 15x22
inches, 15c each.
Full-bleached, cotton buck tow
els, with rod borders and hemmed
ends, measure 16x31 inches and
arc 25c each.
Cotton huck towels in heavy
absorbent quality have hemmed
ends and are full-bleached. 17x35
inches at 30c each.
Extra heavy cotton towels, 19x
38 inches, arc 40c each.
Bleached, half-linen huck towels
of a heavy, serviceable quality
have hemstitched ends and are
19x37 inches at 50c each.
Hemmed dish towels that are
half linen have tape loops and arc
Eoller towels, icady for use, arc
60c and 76c each.
Special at 15c
Spongy white towels, 14x29
inches, are unusual at this
price. In fact, it is just about
today's wholesale cost, and
there are just one thousand of
Suits Are Much
Lowered in Price
If you take advantage of this
you can get a suit of which you
will always be pioud for little
Reduced to $17.50
Wool poplin suits, suits of
serge and burella suits arc well
made. Some are trimmed with
braid and others are belted.
Reduced to $23.75
Belted or tailored models of
serge, wool poplin and gabardine
are trimmed with braid or but
tons. Individual Suits
with but one or two of a kind,
are plain or trimmed with fur.
The materials aro lovely: velour,
broadcloth, silvertone and velour
Reduced to $32.50, $45, $50 and
40 Coats Are Half Price
Theyare of burella, cheviot and velour all of
good weight. Some of tho coat3 are warmly lined
throughout, others to the waist. In plain-tailored
styles mostly, though some aro trimmed with fur
Women Going South
will want frocks and blouses of this natural color
Japanese shantung, 36 inches wide, at 1.50 a yard.
Stiiped and plaid taffeta and mcssaline in pret
tily blended dark colors', special at $1.50 a yaid.
35 inches wide.
Crepe do chine of good quality, 40 inches vide,
at $1.55 and $1.85 yard. In dark street shades and
lighter ones for evening.
Yards of Whiteness
Crisp, white organdie, 40 inches wide, at 60c,
75c, 85c and $t a yaid; also a 46-inch width is
especially good at $1 a yard.
Fine handkerchief lawn, 40 inches wide, 40c and
50c a yard.
Fancy lawns have more uses than there's room
to tell of. The 27-inch width is 18c and 22c a
27-inch dimity and bwiss in many patterns
are 32c a yard.
White linene is excellent for nurses' uniforms'
and for children's frocks and small boys' suits.
It is 34 inches wide at 35c a yard.
Special ! Heavyweight, unbleached mus
lin, 36 inches wide, is special at 2-lc a yard.
Cold Weather Coming!
Here Are New
L'very one a Third less than Regular.
Brand-new comfortables that have just
been made up at the mill and filled with
fresh white cotton, with part wool or down.
An unusual opportunity, as such good,
warm quilts are just beginning to be a neces
sity. Cotton Comfortables
filled with fresh, new cotton, covered with
figured cambric, silkolinc or sateen in Persian
or floral designs, .some with plain borders.
They are priced at $3, $3.50, $4, $5, $5.50
covered with figured cambric or tateen (both
front and back) with plain color borders.
They are $8.50, $10 and $12.50.
covered with prettily figured sateen are 6C
feet at $7.
Special Sheets and Pillow Cases
All of good, sturdy muslin.
Sheets, 51x90 inches, at $1.45 and $1.55;
63x90 inches, at $1.65 and $1.80; 72x90 inches,
$1.90 and 52; 81x90 inches, $1.85, $2 and $2.25:
81x99 inches, at $2.25.
Pillow cases in standard sizes are 35e, 40c,
45c, 50c, 55c and 58c each.
More Good Rugs Are Added to the
January Clearance Sale
that brought so many good values to peoplo who bought them.
The prices average consideiably below tho prices usually asked for such rugs today. And the rues
are all good, durable ones.
4.6 x 7.6 feet, $22.50.
6x9 feet, $36.
8.3 x 10.6 feet, $52.
0 x 12 feet, $56.75.
9 x 15 feet, $87.50.
Heavy Axminster Rugs Seamless
6x9 feet, $27.50
7.6 x 9 feet, $32.50.
8.3 x 10.6 feet, $42.50.
Seamless Tapestry Brussels Rugs
8.3x10.6 feet, $24. 9x12 feet, $26.50
Grass rugs, 4.6 x 7.6 feet, $3.
Straw rugs, 9 x 12 feet, $6.75.
Colonial Itag rugs, 9 x 12 feet, $10.
New Gingham Rag Rugs
These are not reduced, but were purchased be
low market price, and are priced accordingly.
24 x 36 inches, $1.
25 x CO inches, $1.25.
30 x 60 inches, $2.
6x9 feet, $7.50.
8 x 10 feet, $10.50.
9 x 12 feet. $13.50.
9 x 12 feet, $47.50.
Jaaanti J. Dennis. Baltimore. Jnaenh r
Merion. Laurel; Lewis C. Meyls. Ilaltlmor!
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