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EVENING PUBlio LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JAISTQA-BY 14, 1919
LESS THAN 100
)f the 95 Dead None Met
Their Death in
Is an epidemic. It Is slant: for Kitchen Police, which can bo trans
lated by any doughboy to much outa luck. In other words S, O. Ij.
This latt fraternity has many members, and whllo It Is an abbreviation for
Soldier, It conveys tho meaning- to the Initiated that said boy In khaki Is
Sure Outa l.'.lcl:.
KEEP THAT SECRET!
AI'TCtt Ilvp or Mk tours of K. P. tho doughboy dlscmered all the hard
corners and rough edges of housework. Somehow or other 'In the army
they Insist that tho cooking section of the barracks bo as clean and whtto as
MILITARY MEN GATHER pWAN AMAKER'S I DOWN STAIRS STORE I WANAMAKER!
AT BANQUET TONIGHT -t
r UU1.MJ, LIJ&JiASl, JMlOXlAr a debutante's neck. Everything has to be polished and scintillating.
STlircc Causes of Mortality.
One Man Missing, One
Watlilnrion, Jan. 14. Today's eas
ily list of ninety-seven names con-
Ins ninety-five deaths, none of which
curred In nation, fifty-one, however.
cro du to Mounds, forty-one to dls-
se and three to accident. One man
reported missing and ono wounded.
Casualties summarized are to dale:
.Tnnitan- 1 4 TAlnl.1
.., . , . .....a... .. .
.niiieu in action . . .
led from wounds r.i
'.mi..j ... ..
A''" "t ajseap ii
fllllA.I ? ,.. ,
;-l- ' iwiu Rt;gjuciU3 anu
ir ". ..uuov ......... ., lU.DOi'
. . 1 19,970
!K5Llf!sln,r ln action
i rsj.'iwoundr ii
O AHMy SLUM 3J r yff ' " c " -f'"";gg5
GoKlNG OH THe C" ' (ZjA.- c St r-I3
JDou6i.e time v CsrTfl ST-5H
Vr-r- - :irr, HUBBY COMES HOfcE-
. v-m&s TROM THE. WR ANO
I - ' "-IT if ii -7MKCS CHARSf Of The KiTXHtti
' " i i i y
Hied from Wound
k !'aiT.a,,n" Kajmond Worllcv
IM. i.IIiUTENANTf-Albfrt 1!. Illdcli.
.1. T A -
nee. Inn.: Uban I,. Smith, nemer. Col.
Wed of Disease
VAl.T" w maris. I'.iclimond. Va.
,J'''''UTK,ANTS ninjamlri 11. llatdnln.
i-ii- ',"' ,"r"i" ' . .inrnuus. -rurnera
".Returned tn Tlnfv fPp..li.ii.t f,.A-41 m..l
'ti'3. m- ' .. .. ..u... ..THiiuwl mm
(!' """ Afrooinno .eelilent)
fcxVf. ;1. XJ'rt-'1 i rcu i,aus uoouwarii.
'iwsj'j firo, ria,
(rreTloui.r Renortril Miklne In Action)
' JjiEUTENANTS Harold It. Savr. AI
J"rt, Canada; Harry II. itrauth, Thomson,
tWotindnl In ,Utln (t)rerri rndrlrrmlnedi
LTRITTRVjlVTC f-1.T- ta.a T ...... r
Mneton. Wo. : Leonard Sleer. lJalllmor Jia.
Dll of Woiindt
"! SEROKANT Jamti Cowle. Du IloU
(il I.OKPORAL Ilarolil l'lumap .t.i,l.t.n
SViSo tnI.yA.Tns W, Morrison Auburn,
NOT A-TALL IIO.MELIKK
T HARNINO all those intricate household mysteries usually performed by
-' tho fcm.ilo part of tho sketch Is Ronna mako It nice when tha lads return.
Jumping Into tho carpet slippers of xnarrltd llfo will bo pretty soft for the
dames. Nothing to worry about except tho noso powder.
TWO WEEKS IN THE, KITCHEN
HUBBV, the ex-soldier, will subway homo from tho place of toil and dive
Into a gingham apron, ln a couple o' Jimes friend wlf will havo a neat
plato of Army Slum, which Is one of the problems of the I'eaco Conference.
After a Mipper that would test tho digestive powers of an ostrich, friend
husband will wash tho dlhes and manicure tho linoleum rue; with a broom,
YES. HE WILT.
Treat 'Km Itough!
General Scott to Preside at An
nual Dinner of Order of
Army and' naval officials of the Allies
and tha United States, associated ln
Ibrlnglnit thn war to a successful close,
will mako tho annual dinner of tho Mil
itary Order of Foreign AVars at the
nellovue-Stratford tonluht the most
memorable ln the history of the orsanl
zatUn. Major General Much T,. Scott, com
mander of Camp Dlx, Mho went abroad
as a military observer two years aeo,
Mill preside and mako a short address.
Major General Littleton W. T. Waller,
V. y. M. C, will bo toastmaster. ltep
tesentatlves of the Allied countries will
respond to toasts as their national
hymns are plajcd.
Great Britain will b represented by
Major General J. 1.'. It. Ileadlam, Mn
Jor Ian Hay Ilelth and several others.
Lieutenant Colonel Charles W. AVhlt
teslcy, of tho United States army, will
tell the story of the "lost battalion,"
the famous body of fighting Americans
who found' tho Germans bo easy that
they adanced too fast from the rest of
their command and were cut off for
Tho principal address will be made by
the Rev. Dr. llobcrt McGowan. of Pitts
burgh, on "Victory Plus," Lieutenant
Dald A. Constantinl will bo tho of
ficial representatto of tho Italian Gov
ernment. Amonir others who will attend and be
called on for fle-mlnute addresses are
Admiral Hughes, or trie Philadelphia
Navy Yard: Admiral Helm, command
ant of tho Fourth Naval District: Cap.
tain Peter Latham, of the British army:
Captain Frank Schwab, of th Itoj.il
Held Artillery, and Major Wllllum
Thaw, of the American aviation corps.
KChuylktll f'mmtv. -T!,.
Moier trt. Philadelphia.
Died of DUraip
PRIVATRR Wltll-n. T Ti..lln. r.iin
Knox atreet. Philadelphia, 'steva l'.aUanoMch,
nteetton: Itmvjril w itti,. Ait-ntn,..
Hubert FaunJrrs. Tt-rrac.
.lllnslnr tn Artlon
rr.IVATK Carl William lhl!. lllylhedal-.
Ketorned To Dutr (I'relontlr ItepoHed Killed
rniVATIJ John Kelly, ::!H3 AramlRCO
Returned to Duty (rretlonklr Reported tiled
PRIVATB Luther H. Middleworth. Mil
Inn. Mounded Serertlr (Prevlonilr Heported Died
rniVATC Peter nadoschUh Pittsbureh.
HUleU ln Artlon (rreTloitnly Iteported
PRlVATns .tnme J. Cassld)-. 223 North
Ald'n Btrert. Philadelphia. Dan Oapcemo,
Melteesport: Charles H. Klrcbnun. 3123 Mil
ler atreet, Philadelphia.
Vrelouttly iteported MUlne In Attion, Now
Reported Killed In Action
si:nOi:ANTH Elmer P.. Tox. 210", Co-nly
Mret, Philadelphia; .Tnmea 11 McKown,
OaltdRlc; IMwnrd L. Shattnnn. Mlminburi;.
CUIIPOIIAI.H najmond P. Carfery, Arch
lid Id; Teter ICerr. 2123 N'orth Thirteenth
uiVAiiis josen'i AiinreaKi iraer
Jtaen; I.Iojil C. IlatiKhman, (lre'n'"mi. lam O. Vantrums. 2063 IJait Atlantic strest
ij'ilseppl rioro, till Vim- ftreot. Phllailel- Phllaaclrhla
?.'!'?. N'l--.l'.nla It.'ll'r. !-. Hnjder avenu". Ueturned to Ilntr irretlnnstr Renorted
. I ni adelnlna: Airrml l. Ierulr1ik!i. l.,.;j . iiu.inn in t....
North riftj flf 111 street rhiladelph'u: Vor- i raipnintiviw., w ttiaV.
1 rli Krldermati. siS'i ltor atret. Phlla- ,VPIV,?"A,!,'.ST. m2Sii ,in'i''
.rielnhl! A.lnlnh Kiinnlli. V't l.eldv n. ,... Ml'l: MarejllUa . Martin. A.tOOna:
rue. Philadelphia tharlM It S, llt.ell. HU1 ' rfflLiffi'iiJSi'. ni r,.,.r.,A
siRMer'nonr. lUUrlpl-U ; V, 11,1am J. rmVATKK johr K iVletrVh Wlionlsi-o:
Schroer. Donora. roVy j j!a.h. nollsorple; rred B. oeis-
Died of Mound Prelnulr Reported Mliv singer, lon-vllle; Andrew J. Cross, shamo-
Inc In Action) km, John llumlza, ''larer.ee! Harold Heldel.
N'orth o'irtriai-; Joseph K Kennedy, w likes-iiarre;
Joseph Lebano. CtOJ l-'uriton street, Phlla-
Dead, (fre.lou.ly Iteporleil Jll.slns In VuVmond'K. "L.v.d,. 'io liiVt 'SVlwer rt.'
Atlnn) PhlladelphU, Thomts J. JlcCabe. llethle-
f'ORMiriM- Herbert l; Xnrton. 1'lisses. hem I.'arl It. Hartln. Anlon. Curmelo
Wounded eerel (I'retlo,il Itrporled Miss-' S'JflJ't&ViSf'H,; JUl,"1 .?IJS,.?Vnf',ii'lrri.'oii
in- I., itioni narie; Daniel lteppert, Allentown: Harrison
t,,,. .n-,. , , ,',l"on' .,,,. . Itolenlvo. Pittsburh; iilovannl Santostefano.
PUIS AT U Joseph Herman. S..31 lenslnc- Dunuesrs Jameo A. Hajlor. Meersdalo:
Aiks Police Head Named by Goernor
A police commissioner appointed by
the Governor as tho head of tho police
Is sUKfre&ted to the Latter rcWsion
committee by the Patto'.men'H Benevo
lent and Protectlvo Association. The
KUESestion is advanced In a letter from
Kvan B. Lewis, counsel for the pollto
association Another sujjRistlon is that
policemen be prohibited from any form
of political octltity whatever. Tho sal
ary for tliu proposed police commission
er, tho policemen say, should bo J10 000
PP.lVATi: (leorce T. Itr'.H. 1T07
I.anib-rt street. Philadelphia
ton axenuo, J'hlladelphia
Wouniled In Aition IDeeree, I ndeternilned).
PrMlonslv Reported Mllnc In Artlon
PltltOllANT Crals C. Hill, GreensburB.
COKIMItAL Jam-s W. noaers, L'lJS
North Twentv-elRhtli street, Phlldilelphla,
Ul'OI.nK Wllllum P. r-inilly. 1031 Mm
PrtIVA'1 Kf Wlllli II Fallev. l'ottsillle;
Tony Capildl. Bl'J Christian i'rw. Phila
delphia, (leorce Ualstone. nn I'ltnater
street. Philadelphia; lluch O e Wolf. Al
bion; Prank It. ninenl. fuulh Plttslmrsh,
Nlenlo Ulpletro. 1.", Mountuin street Phlla
delnlila; Philip J Iioullnc, r,1o North P.an
dnluh street. Phllaiiolnh a: John (' Dublll.
Pecivltle: Joseph Urablnsky. Natrona: D-ld
H Orurrblne. I'rederlcl.sburir. .lay C. War-1
ry. .1J-7 llaw trett. Philadelniila, Harry I
Hurst. HI", North Perm street. Philadelphia;
Chat lei ltrbert Julili. Pittklnirilh: Alex.
J. J.astowsrfy. Atlas; Martin A I.mln outli
Hethlehem; lleorse I' MOrach, 710 Kast
):uhlh Hiroet, I'hostcr; Harry J MiKnlch.
L'1.17 Houm Hutihlnson street PhllorlelphU;
I're.l 1,, Monabhiin, -haff Javtd Plnkne
Jiunhar Chrlstoplier shllcv. Clifton Hrlehts. i
MJirt nniltil, .lllfmmiii, .Mueil ;-. .--inrrii
Carmine SVIeehltnno. AtU: Charles Jllohael
vauter. oxrord; Charles w, 'rraaup, union
town: Hdwln I,. Tully. Conemauah; Harold
Perecreno White, White's Vatlov. Harold
Wilkinson, Homestead' Kran't a. Volfianc.
Kulpont; John Yaveeh. Taylor.
nieil from Woanda ,
PP.IVATns Wadlaslaw Chrcarlkows,;!.
Hasoure; liolcslau B. Smokoskl, Jersey Cits.
Died or Disease '
PRIVATES Watson Hilton. Tleasantv Ills'.
Robert hcalley. Blue Anchor. I
Relumed to Duty. Previously Iteported Killed
rntVATt: CeorKO Uals. OH Dalleyl
Dead. I'rerionslr Reported Mlstlnc tn Action1
PIUV.VTU Amrelo Catanto. Newark.
tVoundcil Severelr. Prnlouslr Reported Miss
Ine Is Action
PRIVATK Vlto Ainelio. tlayonn-.
MoiiihIimI In Action (Decree Vndetermlned).
I'rPTinuiv nenorieu .uw-inr in icnon
PHI VAT1.S Antonio
''jlls; Theodoro II. Au, hoy, SihuMl.ill Altuor.a. Wllllain 1. Unanast, Kasion. Will-
i ,'iLiin iiensei liDiioveii: jams
'New Torlt. Paul W, Lots. UrlOcoton
Keeley, w est
Box, Fifty Clears. S3.2S
I ondres 6c
Box, Fifty Cigars, $2.75
i ii ii hSn
ji Model 'Ninety $985 f. o. b. tolbdo iiT
i Overland cars always have been designed and built iP
:' to meet the taste and needs of substantial people. i
j More than 115,000 Overland odel 90 cars have ig
j been sold. There probably will not be enough to jg
i meet the demand of this season. ii
i . ig
j OVERLAND HARPER CO. j
PARKWAY NEAR 16TH STREET
i Bell Locust 4100 Atlantic City Branch j
Keystone Raco GOG Opposite Reading Station jjljj
Down Stairs Store at WanamaKer'sIf
Tomorrow a Sale of
Boys' Wash Suits
Savings of $1 to $5.50
Sturdy, boyish little suits of durable materials in eoloiinus
that will stand a great many tubbings. They arc of
and Combinations of Materials
Since these suits arc samples, they are made in a number
of different styles. You will find Junior Norfolks, Russians,
military and middy suits and Oliver Twist suits in regulation
style wjtli navy serge trousers. Sleeves are short or long and
there are all sorts of Rood points in the making of these suits
well-piped pockets, embroidered crows' feet and double stitched
seams. Wherever braid is used the rows are straight and all
emblems ate skillfully embroidered.
All the good colors for boys' suits are hero and there is u
good selection of white suits. Sizes range from 2'i to 10 yea,
though not all sizes in each style.
These Are as Good as
Furthermore, their prices ate no higher.
Men's firmly woven black cotton socles, mercerized through the
body, with plain cotton tops nnd feet, strongly re-enforced, are 22c
A finer quality, mercerized throughout, is to be had in black,
tan, navy and gray at 30c a pair.
Men's Wool Mufflers
are in navy blue, gray and a few
in heather. They arc generously
long and are edged with fringe.
Wool mufflers with slight im
perfections in the weave are spe
cial at 85c
Coats Are Lowered
. $3.75 a Pair
I Good-looking shoes of black
I patent leather aro built on fash
. ionable Knglish lasts with welted
Serge Takes the
Lead in Women's
No doubt because it usually
makes up into such good-looking
Coats of corduroy, granite cloth W3 a"u ls "practical. Many
..jlKenlnf rlotlfare attrac- I Inoxpcns e models are here in
lively made for girls and boys ! navy and black,
of 2 years to 0. Mow $7 to 511.
Reduced to 50c
Velvet and corduroy hats are in
Special at 85c
Pink crepe-like material makes
these pretty bloomers that have
elastic at the waist and knee.
Tho ruffles at the knees' arc
trimmed with lace and run with
! White Crepe Bloomers
; are plain with elastic at the waist
I and knees.
I " - - - -
! Envelope Chemises
Special at 85c
I White nainsook chemises have
embroidery around the top and
for Large Women
A good assortment of warm
flanncllct nightgowns for women
who want largo sizes is here at
Pink or blue striped flannel
makes ono style with a double
yoke that is trimmed with silky
Plain white flanncllet makes
another with a double yoke, with
or without a collar.
Sizes 18, 10 and 20.
The Millinery Salon '
is very proud of some copies of French hats for
Southern wear. The originals of these hats were
landed hi this country but a short time ago, and
it is quite an achievement to have copies reodji
so promptly. Prices are moderate.
Two paiticularly good styles
ate marked at this price.
On one the bodice is collarless
and shows' rows of self-covered
buttons and tucks. The skirt, too,
is trimmed with buttons. .
Another has a pocketed skirt
and rows of bone buttons trim
ming the collarless bodice.
About a dozen styles to choose
from at this price.
Most of them boast collarless
bodices and braid trimming and
buttons. Skirts are varied, being
plain, tucked or cut with over
skirts. .Many have buttons for
A Little Group of
at a Third Less
Little ones, medium size ones
and fairly big ones of patent
leather and of green, rose, lav
ender, blue, gray and tan leathers
in alligator and ecraso pressings.
They are prettily lined and fitted
with various toilet articles nail
file, cuticle knife, mirror, etc., and
a small change purse. All have
strap handles. $3.75 and ?5.
A Big Collection of
Women's Tailored Waists
Is Reduced to $1.50
Xo end to the uses for these sturdy, tailored waists. VS omen in
business should lay in a supply at this small price. Here are waists
-navy blue mohair, cotton serge and cotton pongee;
navy, Copenhagen and brown cotton poplin;
khaki, gray or candy-striped cotton flannel;
-colored striped madras.
They arc all strictly tailored with detachable or two-in-one collars.
Xot all sizes in every style, but all sizes in the collection. Xo need
to tell women what the savings arc.
Every Woman Can
Own Furs at a
Saving Through the
Prices average half.
Boys' shoes, in sizes 10 to 2, are
made of black or daik tan leather
in lace style. The soles aro sturd
ily welted. ?3 and 53.50 a pair.
Special at $1.15 a Pair
Childien's shoes, in sizc3 2 to 5,
include shoes of tan or black kid
bkin, shoes of black patent leather
and some shoes with white tops.
The same styles of shoes in
sizes 5 to 8 have wedge heels.
Thoy are special at $1.35 a pair.
Specials in Women's
Tor 53.00 a Pair Excellent,
sturdy shoes of tan calfskin lace
high, as women like them. They
havo sensible, medium heels and
For $4.40 a Pair In this group
there aro several styles: shoes of
gray kidskin have cloth tops to
match, black kidskin shoes with
gray kidskin tops have me
dium or high heels, and other
shoes are mado of neat black
Books Half Price
Enameled cloth and leather
strap pockctbooks that have
been handled and rubbed are
now marked exactly half price.
50c to $2.50.
1-4 to 1-3 Off the
Prices of Velvet Bags
Beautiful velvet bags with
lovely linings and inside fit
tings aro now marked $5 to
Some show only very slight
signs of handling.
Girls' Cotton Serge Frocks
Special at $3.75
Notice the dress that is sketched. It is an
attractive cotton serge in white-yellow-and-black
plaid. Sizes run from G to 14 years.
Another style in plaid is made with a wide
belt. The white collar and pocket flaps are
Plain-color cotton serge fiotks ate in blue,
brown and green adorned with pretty buttons.
They have corduroy collars.
For Junior Girls Special at $4.50
Cotton serge frocks in plaid for girls of V2
years to 1G are well made. Styles are espe
cially suited to girls of these ages, and the
' white collars give relieving touches.
Good Serge Frocks
I for girls of G years to 14 aro made in a jacket effect with a vestee
and collar of bright silk plaid. The skirt in this model is box-pleated.
I Colors are blue, brown and green; which will you choose for your
I daughter? 54.50.
Most Women Are Asking for
Coats Between $25 and $45
and between those pricos we have
a wonderfully fine collection of
good Winter coats all marked at
savings. They are of velour,
suede velour, siivertone and pom
pom with collars of nutria, scal
ene or skunk opossum. Sone,
though, are made without any fur
whatever. Most of the coats are
lined with silk.
Uffv j W
Like Turkish toweling in weave
and like dark, rich tapestry in pat
tern. It is all in verdure patterns
and there are several good color
combinations for your choosing.
36 inches wide at $1.25 a yard.
The coat sketched is of excel
lent velour in reindeer and bur-
gundy or of pompom in green and
brown. It fits smoothly over the
hips and has a two-piece belt of
interesting cut. Tho collar is
gathered into a suggestion of tho
cowl and there is no fur. It is
lined throughout ' with figured
Special at $47.50
Ones and twos of velour coats that havo been much higher in
price. They have collars and sometimes uffs of nutria or sealene.
Special at 20c a Yard
It is 36 inches wido and is in
striped or block designs.
Attractively marked chests of
fragrant cedar, and chests' of
fumed oak lined with cedar aro;
made in various sizes with or
without trays. $15 to $31.
White Materials ,
Vo have a new supply of the
materials such as nurses want,
for any articles of clothing that I
neeu to ue laundered otten, as
boys' suits, tailored waists, aprons
and little girls' frocks.
White linene, 34 inches wide, is;, ,
special at 35c a yard. ' I
Poplin that is well mercerized F"iS
is 27 inches' wide at 40c and GOc'V. &
a uru, ou jnvuco vjuc, uou a vara. f I
White rep, 3C inches wide, i,w
A finely woven and excellent?-' I
imitation of French linen is dow'J
in couun uuu ia vuo 01 uib gup
materials we know for nurMa' ? .
uniforms. It la 36 inches widv-
and 50c and 60c a yard.