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PAH-LINE. Thomas. Glastonbury, Conn. 8HARP, Isaac, Maynardville, Tenn. WELLS. John Francis, Oshkosb, Wta. BUGLER: GOLDSTAUB, Max, Portland, Or*. MECHANIC: LECKERT, Charles E., New York, N. Y. COOK: MORTON. Linus C., Jackson, Mo. PRIVATES: CLEAR. Maurice J., Glens Falls, N. Y. COBUBN, John C., Barre, Vt. COON, Artemas. Winona, Minn. COPELAND, Benjamin Harrison, Caplinger Mills, Mo. DUNKLIN, William Bryan. Spiro, Okla. EMMONS. Rows S.. Blue Mound. Kan. F.RLANGER, Julius B., New York, N. Y. ?,OSELlNG, Frank. Watsonville, CaL GRAHAM, Andrew W., Joliet, 111. i.KIM. John W., Read inc. Pa. GU1NANE. John J.. Brooklyn, N. Y. KELLY, John D., l*hiladelphia, Pa. KEY WOOD, Orbra A., liartlett, Tenn. KINBERG, John. Chicago. 111. KoBUSINSKY, William. Passaic, N. J. LARSEN, Henry E., Copenhagen. Denmark. | LAUGHLIN, Joseph Earl. McKees Rocks. Pa. , 3IAYHEW. Edward Henry, Essexville, Mich, i MOE. Edwin L., Austin, Minn. "VVUITTON. Raymond A.. Royal Oak. Mich. , WIGG1N. Johnny O.. Black River Falls, Wis.] "WINKLER, Jacob. Mount Vernon. Ind. WOLFBERG. Louis. Chicago. 111. YARBROUGH. Cum by. Dade villa, Ala. YASITIS. Jofjph. William Tenn, Shaft, Pa. ? YON HAS. Charles. Carmbock. I'a. 7AWORSKY. Edward A., Groton, S. D. LYONS. Fred G., Carlos, Tex. BARLOW. Clarence L. Pennington, Ala. BICE. Ellis, Alexander City. La. BoJJlNSKI, James, Baltimore, Md. KOSSE, Henry J.. Lisbon. Me. 4^ BOTTLEMY. Elmer J., Alden. 111. CARPENTER. George L.. Chicago. I1L COBDELL John R., Clayton, N. C. COR RALES. Pablo. Yewpon. Tex. CURTIS. Frank, Groton, Mass. DISTELHORST, Harry. Burlington. Iowa. j DOLAN. Frank L, Portland, Ore. EDMOND. Joseph. Saginaw. Mich. FASSANO. William M.. Marine Harbor, N. Y. FERRY. Frank P., Fall River, Mas*. FINK, Anton. Cincinnati, Ohio. FLORENCE. John L., Corona, N. Y. FOX. Eugene A., New Castle. Ind. GASTON. James C., Hen lersonville, N. C. GLASS. William L., New York, N. Y. HALL Charles T.. Powhatan, Ark. HALL. Rov B.. Warren. Pa. HANSEN. William, Collingston, Utah. UARDENBEKG. Peter. Buffalo. N. Y. HERTEL. George. Brookville. Ind. HINDERS. Andrew B.. New Weston, Ohio. III'EY. Walter E., Gatesville. Tex. HURLEY. John. New Y'ork, N. Y. KELLY, Thomas, Forbes, N. D. LEAVENS, Lather J.. Savanna, III. LUIS. Leo. Marslifield. Wis. * IJ'NOY. George A.. Charlestown, Mass. NEUENDORF. Carl. Kahoka. Mo. O DONNELL, Raymond A., Pittsburgh, Pa. PERDUE, Jake. Opp. Ala. PERKINS. Anson W.. Kenosha, Wis. FOLEY. Otto. Tigerton. Wis. KAYMoRE. George. Meadville. Pa. SCARBOROUGH. Thomas J.. Zolfo, Fla. KCHWARZ. Roland. Freeport. 111. ?SHATLEY. Fred. Saltville, Va. SINNER, .Tohu, Fromberg, Mont. STOOP. Irvin. Whitefish. Mont. STREET. Flera, Whitewood, Va. STRINGER. Tonie. darks, Fla. TARYER. William. Flita. Ala. THUSZEZ, John. Chicoj>ee. Mass. VAN DYNE, Edgar S.. Ukiah, CaL WEIER. August G.. Arcadia. Wis. WKNGERT. Darius D-. Bemville. Pa. MONSKN. Henry E.. Portland, Ore. NELSON. Sain C.. I'ackwaukee, Wis. ROSS. Michael. Simmoudsville, R. I. SNYDER. Harry N.. Memphis, Mo. TANNER. Harley W., Findlay. Ohio. TINSLEY. Wallie E.. Tolu. Ky. TOWNSEND. Edward H.. Danville, Ala. VADEN. Mark. Sand Springs. Okla. WHITE. Philip B.. New York. N. Y. WIENER. Erank, Oshkosh, Wis. WOUNDED SLIGHTLY. CAPTAIN: SEN AY. Charles T.. New London, Conn. LI El'TENANTS: ESTEY. Roland W., Quincy, Mass. FILIP. Stanley L. Marion. Md. 1IIMES. AntTn-w L, McLean, Va. KIRuPATRICK. Donald M.. Easfon, Pa. CONWAY. Howard P.. Atlanta. Ga. KNIGHT. Paul R., New York, N. Y. SERGEANTS: DITTRICII. Henry J.. New York, N. Y. EDMONSON. Ralph D., Mont vale, N. J. FISHER. Edwards J., Williarasport, Pa. FOWIjSTON, John A., New Berlin, N. Y. FRANK. Edward A., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. FRANZ. John F.. jr.. New Rochelle, N. Y, GORDON. Samuel. New York. N. Y. \ HARRIS. Max V.. Sparta. Wis. HART. Erie L.. Brooklyn. N. Y. HABTMAN. AjltUma* F? Bocyrna, Ohio. HASTINGS, Bernard M., Tectuaneh. Mich. FRANZ. Rudolph A.. Sew York, N. Y. CORJ'ORALS: RROWNMILLKR, Edward. Mahoney City, Fa. DANIELS. Lafayette W? Wyandotte. IM. KHKRSOLE, Georje, Penhrook, Fa. ENGLAND, Homer F., Alexandria. Ala. FAUHOJT, Walter W., Wayaoka, Old?. FELLER, George, Maplewood, Wii. FINNEKAN, Thomas J., Lawrence. Mann. Fl'MELLE. Willis C.. Oconto, Win. HAMFSON, Stanford L., McKeesport. Pa. HARRIS, Genrge H., Oake RiUge Part, Mich. HENDRY, Stephen H? faUwaUU gandtiinri, Durham, England. JENNETTE, Benjamin F.. Middleton, N. C. JONES, Sylveater. Flashing. N. Y. McCORMACK. Thomas. Brooklyn, N. T. MILLER. Earl r... Arendtsvllle. PaJ O'BRIEN. Joseph P.. New York. N. Y. PLATT. Clarence B.. Milfard. Conn. RICKARP, James H.. Southampton, N. Y. WOOD. Charles A., Mechankirtmrjr, Pa. ZIMMER. William L., Philadelphia, Pa. GINOILAKIS. Nick, Rockdale, IU. McCOY. Willie, Ensley, Ala. BCGLER: HECHT. Harry S., New York, N. Y. \IPrHA\TP FREHOLM, Herman E., Chisago, I1L WAGONER: YOUNG, Joseph, Williamsport, Pa. COOK: SHEA. Frank C., Bearer, Okla. PRIVATES: ALTSCHUL. Isidore. New York. N. Y. AKNOLD, Clifford H., Water town, Mass. ATKINSON. James P? Lansiag, W. Va. BANDY. John H. B., Roanoke. Ta. BANION. Wilbur F.. Springfield, Ohio. BARNETT. James W., Foster Falls. Va. BOYER. William H., Schuylkill Haven, Pa. CHAMBERLAIN, Charles P., Wellstmrg, W. Va. COZZOLONGO, N a fla la, Pnyvince otf Bari, Italy. CURRIER, Albert W., Sanford, Mo. DAVIDSON. Harry. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. DE SANCTIS, Antonio, Bridgeport. Conn. EDWARDS, Elmer L., Butte, Mont. EDWARDS. Robin. Pboenix, Ala. ELLIS. George, Carresville, Va. FISHER, Harry, New York, N. Y. FLAHERTY, Michael J^ New York. N. Y. FLANAGAN. Francis J., Pottsville, Pa. FLANAGAN, Owen L., Carbondale, Pa. FLEMMING, Ernest D., Newburgh, N. Y. ADAMS. Henry H-, Oconto. Wis. BARTLETT, Stanley H.. Heltonville, Ind. CRANDALL, Ralph E., MayvtUe. N. Y. CUNNINGHAM. James H.. St. Louis, Mo. DEAVOURS, Linton P.. Carbon Hill, Ala. GIBBS, Robert A., Brooklyn, N. Y. GRADEN. Guy S., Williamsport, Pa. JOHNSON, Ben L., Simms, Tex. MCDONNELL. John A., Meriden, Con. McGEE. Robert J., Brooklyn, N. Y. McLEOD. Tex. Kenyon. Minn. MORRISON, George W.. Pittsfleld. OLSEN. William J.. La Crosse. Wis. PALMER. James. Lawrence, Mass. SCHEEPSMA, Gerardus D.. Rotterdam, Hol land. SCHMIDT. John. Armstrong, Okla. SQUEGILA, Angelo, Brooklyn. N. Y. WEIDMAN. John G.. Lancaster. Pa. FLYNN. John J.. New Haven. Conn. POLANDER, Elmer E.. Davenport, Iowa. FOSTER. Robert A.. Hon, Ark. FOX, Percy E., Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. FRARY. Herbert H.. Claremont, Mass. GALLIHER. Ellis W., Saltville, Va. GALVIN, Frank C.. Kane. Pa. GERLACH, Sigmund, Buffalo. X. Y. GETZ, Roy J.. Pittsburgh. Pa. GOSS. Dean F? Gosport, Ind. GRAEFF, Charles A.. New York, N. Y. HALL. Earl, Janesville. Wis. HAYMAN. Arthur, New York. N. Y. HENDERSON, Nick. Pontiac. Mich. HERIfc Lawrenee J.. New York, N. Y. HILL. George L., Belding, Mich. HIPPENSTEEL, Robert W.. Carlisle, Pa. HOGAN, Thomas W., Winsted, Conn. HUMES, Louis O., Auburn, Miss. HUNT. Henry, Sayersville, Va. HUTCHINSON. Leroy C., Reading. Mass. HYDE. Clarence I)., Westfield. N. Y. HYNES, Maurice C., Wales, Mass. JACKSON. Robert S., Lawton, Okla. JEEVES, Richard S., Newton Lower Falls, Mass. JONES, Grady. Carriere, Miss. JOSLYN. Edward K.. Ionia. Mich. LA SALADA, Antonio. New York, N. Y. LINDSTROM. Lawrence T.. Watertowa, Mass. McANULTY, Arthur W.. Indiana. Pa. MACK. Lester. Sterlingrille, N. Y. MAROLD. Carl. Narrowsburg. N. Y. MATHEWS, Wiley A., Toronto, Ohio. MORENCY, Phillip C., New Bedford, Mass. MOYER. George F., Mahanoy City. Pa. O'BRIEN. Robert J.. Buffalo. N. Y. OTTS. Obija P., Addison. Ala. PALMER. Lee. Minneapolis. Minn. PEDGINSEY, Anthony ('., Milwaukee, Wis. 1 PIKE. Charles F., Carbon Hill, Ala. PLESKA. Piter, Lackawanna. N. Y. RICHARDSON, William R., Charleston, Miss. KICKETTS. Earl A., Flora, 111. SADOFF. Alexander. Libau. Russia. SANSAM. Charles E.. Duluth, Minn. SAXE, Eugene C., Brook line, Mass. SEERY, Harry G., Brooklyn, N. Y. SHACKLEFORD, Malcolm E., Lexington, Tenu. SOLAZZO. Ginsseppe, Brooklyn, N. Y. ?STALCOSKI. Joseph. Shamokin, Pa. THEODORE. Demetrius N., Peabody, Mass. THOMAS, Jay., Newton. Ala. THOMAS, Robert W., Higlor, Idaho. TRESLER, Ray F., Wattsburg, Pa. TURNBAUGH, Russell C? Midvale, Idaho. VESPER. John H., Iconium, Mo. VETTERLEIN, Harry, Brooklyn, N. Y. VICK, Knute, Montreal, Wis. tS] ? GB ^^)THEBIG SHOE STORE(c -*-' 729 7th St N.W. Offer Unusual Bargains in Shoes for Saturday Special 500 pairs Ladies' 10-inch Lace Boots, high heels 500 pairs Ladies' 10'inch Lace Boots, medium heels 250 pairs Ladies' 10-inch Lace Boots, cloth top, high heels 100 pairs Ladies' 10-inch Lacc Boots, cloth top, med. heels 200 pairs Ladies' 9-inch Boots, med. heel, all sizes 95 pairs Ladies' 9-inch Boots, med. heel, cloth top in Our Brown Kid $4.98 Brown Kid $4.98 Brown Kid $3.98 Brown Kid $3.98 Dark Tan $3.98 Dark Tan $2.98 Women's Dept. 400 pairs Ladies' Gray Kid Lace Boots, h i g h and low heels, $3.98 300 ptrfrs Ladies' Vici Kid Lace Boots, med. and AQ high heels, all sizes. 4>U.yO 509 pairs Ladies' and Grow ing Girls' Lace dj') i n Shoes, med. heels.. n Special in Our Men's Dept 50 pairs Men's Gun Metal English Lace Shoes, $6 value, 5 00 pairs Men ' s Gun Metal English Lace Shoes, $4 value 200 pairs Men's Gun Metal Wide Toe Blncher, (tj no $6 value J'O.VO 390 pairs Men's Gun Metal Wide Toe Blucher, O no $4 value 150 pairs Men's Dark Rich and Hntchins' make, $7 value 175 pairs Men's Tan Work Shoes, all sizes $2.98 600 pairs Shoes, all sizes Men's Tan $4.98 Black and $2.49 Tan Army $4.49 'ti Special in Boys' and Little Men's Dept j 300 pairs Boys' Dark Tan English Lace, $5.00 150 pairs Boys' Gun Metal English $2.49! $2.98 200 pairs Boys' Gun Metal Blncher, $2.49 Lace, $4-00. 195 pairs Little Men's Lace Shoes, sizes ) to ft no 13% <>i.yo Special in Our Children's Dept. 125 pairs Misses' Lace Shoes, $4.00 value; sizes Iiy3 to 2 400 pairs Misses' Lace Shoes, cloth top SO ? pairs Misses' Gun Metal Lace, leather top... 60 pairs Misses' Gun Metal and Patent Button Dark Tan $2.98 Dark Tan $2.49 $1.98 $1.98 400 pair* Child's Dark Tan Lace Shoes, leather in top; sizes 8% to 11 300 pairs Child's Dark Tan Lace Shoes, cloth ^ J 98 500 pairs Infants* Lace and Button Shoes, 98c to $1.98 EXTRA SPECIAL?5M pairs Boys' Shoes, lace | nn and button, per pair 1 ."U G. R. KINNEY & CO., Inc., Vmtn ? PJL ? FJL 729 7th St N.W. wSlrk Walter J.. Chicago, in. WIMON. George V.. Floral Park. *-*? WINTERS, Charles E.. J e roe/vOle. I1L WITTE, Louis, Wittenberg, Win. WOOD, Berry, Wetumpka, Ala. WOODS, Jeff D., Mount Calm. Tex. YOUNG, Charlea, Huntington. N. Y. ZAJTERALLA, Harry ML. SC Louis. Mac mssnro nr actios. SSUBANT: _ _ RUSSELL, Samuel Lyon, Bedford, Pa. CORPORALS: ANDREW8, Robert, Minneapolis, Minn. HAMILTON, Arthur M., Des Moines, Iowa. WALK&R, Bex Detoas. Warm, Pa. PRIVATES: AT78TRA, Joseph Edward, Mahanoy City, Pa. I'.AUER, Frank B.. Rocbater, N. Y. CARPENTER, William A.. Llvlngsto*. Ky. iTHfiMAN, Sylvester Nathan, Lebanon, Pa* HI LLP RANT. Warren, lament, Okla. HOLLIS, Alva Cicero. MadisonrlUe, Ky. HOOVER. Bruce Rexford. Harrisburg, Pa. JOHNSON, Walter Edward, New Richmond, Minn. K EL LEY. Henry A., HenrietU, Okla. OSES. Clement, Ashville City, Ind. PERKINS, Lin wood H., Blue Hill, Ma. PERKINS, Walter G.. Brooksville, Ky. PROSPERIA, Domnick, South Bethlehem, Pa. RAUENZAHN, Edwin Albert, Topton. Pa. BCHAEFFER, Charlea William, Middle town, Pa. SOBESKY, Anthony, Philadelphia, Pa. STRAKA, John, Toronto, Ohio. . WHITE, William B., Fitchborg, Mass. LAUER, Bryan W., Warren, Pa. I'.ERTCH, Marshall William. Warren, Pa. DRON SICK. William, New York. N. Y. DUNKLE. David Hezekiah, KeUettvllle. Pa. MORRISSEY, Edward P., Buffalo, N. Y. OXFORD. Harvey. Keokee, Va. 8CHRIVER, Willie. Elroy, Wia. WANKLER. John G., Liverpool, N. Y. WILTROUT, John D., Kutxtown, Pa. KILLED IK ACTION (Previously Reported Wounded Severely In Action), CORPORAL: STAMPER, Clyde R? San Francisco, Cal. la Actio*). private: LAN8BERRY, Harold B-, Philadelphia. Pa. WO CUT) ED 8XVXRELY XV ACTIO* <7zm4* oaaly Reported Killed ia AtUa). BERG bant: VOKDMAN, Walter G? Ohteago, 111. WOUNDED SEVERELY IV ACTIO* (Pxwrf ?asly Reported VlMtlig ia Aotiaa). PRIVATES: BELLM. Joe L., Phillipsburg. Mont. BRANDENBURG. Hum E., Frederick. HA. BCNATTA, Joseph, New York, N. Y. DI fonzo. Rocco. Proramo Pianele, Italy. FOX. G rover M.. Bella*wv. IU. FRANCK. Jacob, Mlnneapolla. bart, Patrick, Roxburf, Man. McDONALD, Paul J.. Hartford, Oonn. MARANZANO, Domealco, New York. N. Y. MILLKK, John M.. Academy, CaL PURCEIA, Arthur B.. Shamokin, Pa. WOUNDED IS ACTION, DEGREE UNDETER MINED (Previously Reported Killed ia Ac tion). LIEUTENANT: MBLLOY, Haszard, Philadelphia. Pa. OORPORAIj: BROMBERG. Harry, New York. N. Y. PRIVATE: JOpNSON, John, Peterson. N. 3. WOUNDED IN ACTION, DEGREE UNDETER MINED (Previously Reported in Action). SERGEANTS: CULVER. Henry H.. Mount Pleasant, Tex. ETHERIDGE. Jesse W., Hamburg. Ark. PRIVATES: ! BRANO.V, Roy L., Lily. Ky. CAGLE, Homer B., Milstead, Ga. DEAN, Ramie J., Osark. Ala. FILIPPONI, Gulseppe, Ardmore, Pa. GARDNER, Lennie, Mouadtvllle, W. Va. GERRY, George, Appleton, Wis. H0BB8. Adrian G? Tankersley, Tex. KENITZ. Stanley, Pittsburgh, Pa. KILLOCGH, Owen D., River Rouge. Mich. LACKEY. William L, Section, Ala. LANE, Marcus, Salt Lake City, Utah. McDONALD, Bernard W., Indianapolis. lad. McDONAIA>, William B., Varnell, Ga. MOEKKLMK, Kutta J., H PORTIRR, Willi#, Brnfwwlck, O*. Bill), Wliber H., Darlla?toii. ?H 8CHENKIL. WU1UU?_A.| Philadelphia. f*. ?OMLINBON, Jaaiea WlTfcocky Fort. Oak ancry, H.. Pla? River. Minn. YOUNG, Hmrd X., Philadelphia, Pa. ?erxDZD nnmr nr Aonog???x YIO08LT BtPOBSED JdBSrHO I* AOTtOM, CORPORALS: WARNER, Howard U, West Fniladelpliia, PL PRIVATES: DECKER, Jacob A? Altoona, Pa. DBENTTKL, Joseph J? It. Peter, lliam. GANDT, Job! B, TuMo, Kin. GILBBWMOM, freak 0., *t. KNAPP, 0?wt* t; Hat girl _ . nun aiitiw xv aotiqv. IBROKAKT: uiunr. wnite? s* bmcIm, a*. OORPORAX: Squires, ciartoa Mmtowt?, Comm. PRIVATE*! BOCK, Angnat Maw Tork, N. T. CBEPACK. Hike, Bheaaadeah, Pa. IBUHAIOT, M A., Moaetaea, Pa. r?HHB, ttlltoa PrattTtlle, All. SCHOOL-DAY STRAIN A parent troubled over a child or a fast-growing youth, could do no better than to utilize the definite help that scorrs [MsmoN affords as a strengthening and nourithmg factor. A very litde of Scot?* every day, during a time of stress, furnishes elements of nourishment essential to the blood and tends to confirm a growing child in robustness. For yoftr boy or girl, yoa will not j be satisfied with anything short of Scott r.i. lt-fli HX&BOKDHt, Hour O., Jr.. Kent T?nw. fCXKBMLHVT. Ma W? HHnflh, Fa. #. Y. WALB8. James J.. Philadelphia, pT KOZIAB, Ma, Detroit, Mid. WOW. Oterlw, New Octets*, La. gBSSSSP?* ? PAfcNKU* Arthur, Choo4r**t, La. Tha heart pumpa the Mood a dlstaaae Fliiniff, Viaccat, Prague, Neb. ?f itamt 165 miles In gat yeac. PROCLAMATION Attention officers and wlirtwd own of the United States Army, Army Reserves, United States Navy and Naval Reserves, Marines and members of the Red Cross stationed in and abodt tiy city of Washington, D. C, who are Voters of the State of New York An opportunity will be given yon to vote for the candidates BACK HOME in conjunction with the general election in New York State November S, 1918. An election win be held on Monday, No vember 4, and Tuesday, November I, between the hoars of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the evening, at 14M Pennsylvania Avenue N.W, corner of Fourteenth street, directly opposite the New Wlllard Hotel. All qualified electors, male and female, are requested to take advantage of this opportunity to cast their ballot. FRANCIS M. HUGO, Secretary of State, STATE OF NEW YORK. M Final Remodeling Sale Bargains That Point the Way to Practical Christmas Gifts-The Hecht Co. 111 A Sale of $1'50 Shirts at ^ *20 Women's $1.35 to $1.75 Silk Hosiery $J10 I Mm for lULL *3.15 Regular Made m II TE have gathered for this event an assort yy ment of shirts that are, according to present-day conditions, nothing short of remarkable. Each shirt is absolutely perfect and is made of the most desirable fabrics in the soft cuff style. The variety of colors and pat terns, which are absolutely fast, cannot be beaten for style, and each garment is full cut. Men s 25c Soft Collars at 22^/2? Seven different styles, all clean and fresh, in popular styles and makes. 'Men's 35c Cotton Hose In black and tan; medium-weight cotton fJCjQ F Silk Hose, with double soles, heels, toes and garter tops; black, white, bronze, gray, champagne, navy and other preferred shades; some subject to slight im perfections. ?Mala Floor, New Annex. Women's $7 to $8.50 Sweaters $5.95 T More of Those Splendid [ S3?-50 and $40 Fine Winter Coats Of*such materials as wool velour and C? VC mannish coatings, in green, brown, Bur-M* J I**1 ^ gundy, taupe, navy and black, with fur or self collar, belt, pockets and button trim mings, haying full guaranteed linings. All sizes.1 Extra Size Coats and Dresses $29.50 to $32.50 Dresses, $22.75 Of satin, taffeta, crepe meteor, or combinations of satin and Georgette, taffeta and Georgette, or crepe meteor and Georgette; many distinguished by embroidery or braid, or both; Burgundy, taupe, brown, gray, navy and black; sizes 44 to 52. $42J50 to $47.50 Coats, $36.75. Broadcloth. Fine Velour and Silk Plush Coats, with self or fur trimmings; large sailor or roll collars, belts and pockets; navy, taupe, brown or black; sizes 42% to 52J4 and 43 to 55. IHE latest novelties in up-to-date Sweaters of 25< hose; an ideal weight for the man who wears cotton hose through the winter months. 6 Pairs for $L35 Mens $1J00 Pure Silk Hose In black, tan and gray and Palm Beach pure silk hose, with double sole, heel and toe; all sizes, but not in all colors. Some embroid ered and self clocked. 3 Pairs for $2 Men's $10.00 Manhattan Sweaters Warm, All-wool Coat-style Sweaters with tn extra heavy shawl collars and two pockets; form fitting; heather, navy, maroon or oxford. ^ Mens $125 and $150 Neckwear A plentiful selection for even the most Q P*C discriminating dresser?fancy stripes and (1 ^ other neat designs, in the latest and most artistic color blendings. fine wool mixtures, made with the new shawl or sailor collars and novel belts; Copenhagen, tur quoise, rose, salmon, ox ford, green, tan and other favorite colorings. ?Main Floor, N tw $34.50 and $37,50 Genuine Fox Scarfs, $26.75 Genuine fox, in brown or Lucille shading; silk lined, with head, tail and feet for trimmings and chain or snap. $37.50 and $40 Hudson Seal (Dyed Muskrat) Muffs, $26.75 Barrel-shaped muffs of gen uine dyed muskrat, the finest skin, silk lined, with best down bed and crocheted wrist ring. Hudson Seal (Dyed Muskrat) Coats, $149.00 ? Smart Muskrat Fox Coats at $145.00 Time to Get Under a New Derby It'll be a little dressier to wear with that new Overcoat. All the new shapes with all-leather sweat bands, in deep unchangeable jet black; many self-conforming derbies. S2-50 to $5-?? Three Blouse Bargains From the Remodeling Sale $3.95 to $5 Crepe de Chine Blouses at $2" A remarkable collection of Fine Crepe de Chine Blouses, with high, low, round and square necks. One style /has washable satin collar and tie of con trasting color, while another has embroid ered front panel and is fastened at the side. Colors are flesh, pongee, black, white and Roman stripes. The sizes are 36 to 46. More of Those Men's $6.00 to $8.00 $A.35 Shoes. Special at.. * Made of Russia or velour calf; some with buck tops, the rest all leather; welted soles; leather or rubber heels; all sizes and widths. At present prices of all footwear this is a most remarkable value. $2 and $2.50 Voile Blouses, Special at $\A7 The newest models for dress and business wear, trimmed with lace, embroid ery and pecoed rufflings. One style is striped voile with bosom of white, making a very suit blodse. Sizes 36 to 4& tucked stylish $535 Extra Size Create de Ctitne Blouses at $435 Beautiful quality crepe heavily embroidered, lace trimmed, as well as tucked. All are Just suited for the stoat figure; the colors are navy, flesh, black and white, and many of them are sample blouses. The size* are 46 to 56. Christmas Is ayi "Essential" If there ev.er was a definite need for this beautiful festival of love and thoughtfulness for others, that need is this year. So we are going to have Christmas, just die same as ever; with all the good Christ mas spirit. Mixed, no doubt, with a good bit more sentiment ?and perhaps heartache?than ever before. But, while retaining all its sentiment, we are putting Christmas on a "war basis"? like all the rest of the things that , are part and parcel of our daily lives. We ate buying sensible, prac tical presents. The Government urges tis to. , We arc buying them EARLY, Considerate people are making out their lists, and doing some of their Christmas shopping each week, from now on, until it's all done. The Hecht Co, Seventh Street Between E and Fa 500 Classical instrumental Player P i afi o Rolls, slightly used, but in first class condition. Special*, each 25c From the Christmas Sale of Player Pianos ? A Knabe Baby Grand for $395 In Excellent CowflUm Liberal Terms of! Remodeling Sale Values From the Third Floor Girls? $7.95 and $8.95 Regulation Serge Dresses, special, at Choice of two styles, either one* Cp QP piece or Middy effect, some have full pleated skirts, deep yokes and sailor collars, trimmed in red or white braid, while others have large white pique collars, wide belts and pockets. The sizes range from 8 to 14 years. $23?0, $25.00 and $27J50 Junior Girls' Coats at $1935 Many clever models in full or half-lined coats; the materials comprise velours and cheviots and have col lars of fur, velvet and self materials; the colors are brown, navy, dark brown and Burgundy. $650 Coats for Little Tots at $5.00 Dainty Brown and Navy Corduroy Coats, cut in the double breasted style, with wide belts and pockets. They are priced special for one day only. $4j00 Girls* Rain Ca?es at $135 All sizes from 4 to 12 years, in Navy Blue only. You should take advantage of the exceptional re duction. $3.75 Girls' Bath Robes at $2j85 Beautiful Indian designs, in navy, Co pen, tan, gray and red, some finished With satin ribbon and roll col lars. Sizes 8 to 14 years. Boys? $14.50 to $16.50 Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws, Special at Snits conspicious for very fine CIO /ICl tailoring, in fancy cheviots, cassi- ^ I ^* ^1 mere, tweed and blue serge; wanted models; sizes 8 to 18 years. Over coats of good heavy mixtures or plain color fab rics; sizes 2J4 to 18 years. Mackinaw*, new plaids; sizes 8 tq 18 years. Boys* $11 SO to $1350 Suits, Overcoats-and Mackinaws, $9.45 Suits of mouse-color corduroy, fancy cheviot, cassimere and tweed: sizes 8 to 18 years. Overcoats of chinchilla or novelty mixtures; very good military models; sizes 2Vt to 8 years. Mackinaws in heavy plaid fabrics; sizes 8 to 18 years. _ Boys' $10 Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws at $7.45 Suits in very good models of fancy cheviot and cassimere; sizes 7 to 17 years. Overcoats, fancy mix tures, Russian or convertible collars; sizes 2J4 to 8 years. Mackinaws, plaids, with slash or pateh pockets; military.styles; sizes 8 to 18 years.