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ADVANCE DISPLAY OF
EARLY SPRING STYLES Women's Tailor-Made Suits -V OPERATING the largest and foremost department in Cen tral W. Va. it is fitting that we should be the first to display the styles-r-setting modes before any other store; therefore we announce an exhibit of early spring suits, skirts and jackets. , 1 'M The suits are made in the newest dressy "Etons," Ponetts and hip length tight fitting styles; materials include light effects in stripes and checks, as well as plain fabrics, such as Chiffon, Panamas, Voiles, etc. Every garment tailored in faultless manner and perfect fitting. Special advance sale prices. $15 $18.75 $25 $28.50 $35 Advance Orders on Special ^ "Made to Measure" Suits, Skir ts and Jackets atmoderate prices 1 i ? ' 1 .t ? ; GET your order in now?takes three weeks for delivery; you have an entire line of styles to choose from, all the choice new fabrics, both fancy and plain; special advantages by placing your order with us that assures a certain satisfac tion and-<6fit" not to be had in any other way; we take all re sponsibility, our long experience is a guarantee of perfect satisfaction. ' < ?? V i " , ii* o tut Custom Dep't, First Floor, Garment Store Welch ?> Kiggins' Saloon, 306 WEST PIKE STREET Modern in equip ment. stock entirely new in all lines, only first-class Whiskeys, Wiires, Beers, Soft Drinks, Etc. Handled. Everything New, Clean, and Up-to-Date I I H I I I I f.|?H ii 111 >m ***** MANHATTAN BUFFET ii -THE 331 W. Pike St. Home Phone 108 MOST popular, brands of whiskey, wine, beer and all kinds of soft drinks.,,Tlje best line of Cigars and Tobacco. Elegant service and the rhost courteous treatment to all. Everybody patronizes] this Buffet and meet friends here. DAVIS <Sr BARRETT, - PROPRIETORS Will "i 11111 ? 11 K++ The Telegram is the Want A1. Medium of Clarksburg.* Metropolitan Hotel and Buffet. 224-226 West Pike Street. - Rooms newly furnished and accommodations are the best. Rat>es 50 Cents a Day. FINE BAR. GOOD RESTAURANT. MODERNL Y EQUIPPED POOL AND BILLIARD ROOMS ATTACHED. Everything the Latest ana Best. Corner Bar and Liquor Store FRANK DUFFY, Proprietor. 4th St. and Traders Alley Clarksburg, W. Va Mail Orders a Specialty Finest bar and liquor store in the city. All the leading brands of Pure Rye and Bourbon Whiskeys' for medical and family use at lowest prices. The only place in Clarksburg where ' 1 you can buy Pure 12 Year Old Limestone Whiskey. 'y. : : : : For Price List Home Phone 394 credited with doing to the huge en joyment of all those who see the per formance. The musical numbers are all new and up to date and the chorus is composed of pretty girls who know how to sing and dance, while the costuming Is said to be elaborate. , ; I " "A comparatively new musical The cast Is headed by the laugh provoking German dialect comedian, John W. Ransone, and other clever members of the cast are Alice Torke, the petite prima donna; Elfreda Buesslng, the beautiful contralto; Forrest Huff, the well Known bari tone: Walter Ware, the noted tenor, and the clever comedienne, Stella Maury." "Isle of Bong Bong," with successes comes to the Grand Satur day matinee and night,' Feb.* 16. The original elaborate scenic equipment used during the recent New York en gagement of "The Choir 8lnger" will .be, displayed,during engagement here where It will be presented by the same large and carefully select ed company by which It was played in New York. ' " THE GIBSON GIRL AT THE GRAND TONIGHT "The Gibson Girl" will be present ed at the Grand opera house tonight. The vehicle Belected*for Mr. Hall this season Is one of bright muslosl com edy, so popular at the .present time, and wks 'written especially for him by the rising young author, Mr. Matt Ott. The play is said to give Mr. Hall ample opportunity to demon strate his versatility which he is comedy." says Truth, of Scranton, Pa., "was seen at the Lyceum last night. It is caled the 'Isle pf Bong Bong,' and was presented by one of B. C. Whitney's companies. It was staged by the clever Gus Sohlke, who -has done .much In the way of inject ing ginger into the production. The piece is brighlr-vhe music pretty, and the manoeuvers and proupings of the stage forces are very effective. the same great cast will be the at traction at the (Jrand tomorrow night. ! Bubbling over with fun'produce^! by the ingenious placing of a num ber of eccentric comedy characters In unusual situations, and with a'story of more than ordinary strength in the way of heart interest, "The Choir Singer," one of the latest New York John W. Ransone and Orange Girls in the "Isle of Bong Bong." REVENUE BILL IS... NOT PASSED YET Amendment Will Be Mode for Cities and Towns to Fix Own Saloon Licenses. (Bj Staff Correspondent.) CHARLESTON, Feb. 14?Senator Miller's revenue bill, up In the sen ate a few days ago, has not been touched since the assault was made on the clause providing for a direct state tax of eight oents for this year. Those who are Oghtlng this part of the bill are watching It very closely and there Is little likelihood It will be able to go through with that clause Intact When the bill again comes up an amendment . will be made to It which will give the cor poration and municipalities the right to make their saloon licenses what they please. The amendment will be .made by Senator Baker, of Mercer county, and from a caucus of the members of the senate It is sate to say that It will be adopted. WELCH HAS QUINZY. Frank J. Welch Is confined to his home on Jackson street with an at tack of qsluiy and will not be able to be out for several days. Is What the Death of John Marezh Signifies, But Murderer is At Large. By the death of John Marexh at the Miners hospital Wednesday, an other murder goes down on Marion connty's bloody record. The death of Marezh resulted, it Is believed, from bullet wounds re ceived In a fight on a narrow foot bridge at Chlefton on Saturday even ing, February 1. His murderer, whom It is alleged, is Tony Brctslne, Is still at large, though the prose cuting attorney's offlce has made an effort to apprehend him. Be sure and t?t one of M. Btaek-Krohme's discount carts < titling holder to *0 cents discount on any tat.' ' " ?" ' ' < ? " >' ii i? SWEET MELODY FLOUR. NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH Has a Miner at Ri verdale Mine As An Empty Goes Cranh , lag Along. SHINNSTON, Feb. 14?John Vaugilder, a miner In the Rlverdale mine, narrowly escaped death at the month o( the pit at that place. Van gilder was standing on the empty track M the -bottom ot the Incline watching some man replace a load ed car which had become derailed. Superintendent Oeorge Peddlcord saw the man's danger Just In time to pall him from the track lost as an empty went crashing by. Luckily the yonng man escaped uninjured, but had it not been (or the timely action ot Mr. Peddlcord he would undoubtedly hare been seriously in jured'tt not killed outright. SouTenlrs glren away at M. E. BIsck-Krohme's millinery opening, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Feb II. SS and IS. :r ... SWEKT MELODY FLOCK. tctittttcttccctctcctccctw : Robey & Haggerty | ; ?&gS PAINTERS 205 Mam'St. ; > Are Prepared to do all kind ot work In the line ot ! House Painting. Paper Hang- ; 1 ' lng, Graining and all , ?I ? ::^NTtiMoR^T';: DECORATIONS ^ ' All done on short notloe. |'; EstimatesXheerfuIly 1 Furnished > Bell Phone 66R Leading Pianists all orer the eoantry waa written testimonials endorsing ths Kranioh dc Bach Piano* Why? Btoam In the Kraalet A Bach there's genuine merit. Th? ton* is nneqnalled, and case an* workmanship are on a par wtti music giving qualities. 8m them hear them. Thompson Music Co. Store KLKBRIDGE BUILD IN G. BARGAINS IN REAL BTATE Two lots with two house* on each In Orasselll Addition; lota fronting on two streets; size of lota 60x160 ft. Price ot each ? $2,000, on easy terms. One lot on- Oak and Terra Cotta streets, Bast Clarksburg. This lot Is one of the rery beat resldencs sights In the city; slxe 50x118 ft. ? One seren room house and lot la the Industrial Addition; slse of lot -80x160, This property, is la good repair and In splendid location. One small farm, near Orasselll, containing 88 acres, has small farm house and good well of water; also splendid yonng orchard Just begin ning to bear.1 Price right If sold soon. Also some excellent bargains In lota at Orasselll and Fair Oronnds Addition. SEE K0I1MANN& ASH ? REAL ESTATE BROKERS, I GrasselH At Clarksborf, W. V?. j gaSsK^sais ?4 >H.*ecurlBg competent help, ?. Zi" ".employ^. desirous of aftST lag better positions.' ?,Zh1' ?? l? i great boon to tt> Plojrara in Chig section, who oraT t0, ibU, Um?- have' been ST fn ?mt0 relr 00 ^el"- own reeoaraaa SU? ?55 Taj?nclM that neceaaailla occjt from time to time] ' rt"a i?Mn ???J?8 '?" ? ??'sMonal Org**. Uatlon of Employment Experts an* Sr 6 l?4* men. Mr FYank A. Wllllson, with sfe. flees In Oak Hall building has bel* rrs wr,aS?sjs Write, 'phone or call/ Room* HAPGOODS, nm **"*5 Pitt* burg, Pa. Odlcea In ,11 PrfadpS Ottlea. WALDO Mueto every "SS; - , Sunday Evenfng'T European, $t. 00 and up American $2.50 and up Single Mettle American Plan ??Psn^s WTJ LEAD You am't una better Pairers or Pressers her*' ^t'a the uae of waatta* rour time elaewhere. Ws also Clew *nd Block Hats. Clarksburg Pressing Co. Hemrr Heina, Prop., Ill North Third St. Both THE TBU3GRAM. darkabor,, ~W. Va.