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Bp'. Women's C
m Great Sale
With practically the entire
Here Are Coats
Pine big warm coats?just
Yards around the bottombelted
or belted in.
C* i 1 . i i
oume are nanasome piaias
fine aatrachans, corduroys,
collars of fabrics, fur trimr
Every size fr
H. Still great choc
i Women's P
Many coats here of that "H. & H."
?that aplandld quality that looks so
They're smart as can be?belt
?conservative and extremely a1
$35 Plush Coats $26.50 |
Luxurious silk plushes with
nesr seal lining?will wear several
$29.50 Plush Coats
*99 so
Other etoret will wonder how
It Mil be don??lt's Salt's plueh
In the newest models.
Suits Re
tet.BO Suits $22.50 |
$25.00 Suite $18.75
SK.60 Suits . $16.50 |
I lisaai
WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 3.?Arthur
B. Pugh, ail examiner In the Inter-1
state Commerce Commission. died in
* hospital here and his remains were
taken to Salem, Va., (or interment. Sir.
Pugh was a West Virginian and was
horn in Hampshire county March 26,
1864, the son of Lemuel and Elizabeth
A. Pugh. Ha was educated in the publlo
schools and at the University of Virginia.
In 1878 be was admitted to the
bar, practicing in Virginia and West
Virginia. In 1887 he came to Washington
to practice, and in 1906 became
an examiner (or the Interstate Commerce
Commission. He handled many j
important cases (or the commission.
He married Louise Bona Anderson, of
franklin, W. Va.. In 1886. She died In
1885. He Is survived by two daughters.
Misses Mary and Louise Pugh.
At the residence of Hon. and Mrs.
'Isaac T. Mann, the tatter's brother. Mr.
'Howard Myers, of Bramwell, was married
to hie adopted sister, Miss Hannah
Henley, also of Bramwell. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev.
Dr. Griffith.
Mr. and Mrs. Mann's young daughter,
Mlas Alice, was bridesmaid. Mas
kter Billy Mann served as best man for
,Mr. Myers. The bride was given in
marriage by her guardian, Mr. Jarrus
Collins, of Bluelleld. Among the guests
were Miss Ludle Lammers. Miss Emily
Thomas and Mrs. Ira J. Ross, all of
Mercer county, W.-Va? who are house
guests of the Manns. Mr. and Mrs.
Myers are now en route to Bermuda
to spend their honeymoon. They will
make their future home at Bramwell.
The marriage of Miss Ola Lee Conaway,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Conawsy, of this city, to Ernest R.
Bell, of Fairmont, W. Va? took place
here Saturday. The ceremony was
performed In the gold room of the La
fayette hotel by the Rev. Earl Wllfley,
of the Vermont Avenue Chrletlan
church. After a wedding breakfast,
Mr. and Mrs. Bsll left for Palm Beach.
Mrs. Emerson Bell and Mr. Homer Bell,
of Fairmont, were witnesses of the cerHon.
and Mrs. Louis Bennett, of
Weston, are at the Wlllard. They haveas
their guests, their daughter, Mrs.
Johnson Camden McKlnley. of Wheeling;
their son, Louis Bennett, Jr., and
the letter's friend, Baron Harold ds
Rapp, of Now York. Mrs. Bennett was
hostess to a dinner yesterday in honor
hup mMti anil Mfaa VMf+lt TomnU
>f thi* eftr" """ '
The Rev. Preeton A. Can*, who recently
accepted the paatorate of the H
treet Chrtitlan church ha* arrired In
Waahlngton, He la a craduate of Bethuty
College, and he haa held paatorate*
la W**t Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland
utd Virginia. He com** of a family
at preacher* who hare left their mark
In many lection* of the country.
hfn. J, Robert Anderaon, wife of a
tenner well known lawyer of Parker*
berg who hold* a high petition In the
Department of Juatlee, ha* been ro
tnered from her homo to a ht>n>iu?i huf ,
feting with an attaok of appendicitis,
Bp atrtou* wae her oendltion that her
| ietarhter, Louise, who wea rlaltlng in
Pggkeraburt waa telegraphed tor.
mCLSf WMMsitfift
" fj=
oats In A I
At $9.50L
winter still ahead ??'
Worth up to $15 |?m
what you want now! j "J
-full from the shoulder? jne!
, velours, rich mixtures, fri<
lar??e collars of fnv?and Jh01
ned. Big cuffs. j ?2!
om 16 to 44. b>
sing at $9.50.
'lush Coats i
' plush and Salt'a Esquimette plush w|
much Ike real eeal. V
ed or flaring?45 Inches long 1
tyllsh models?Chase's Beaver ?
$32.50 Plush Coats $25.
Salt's Esquimette plush, In
many beautiful models, heavy
satin lining.
$25 Plush Coats $17.50.
Really wonderful value?models
and styles Just as are In the
higher priced?almost every
else at any price.
nd Get Yours
duced Too ! i
$19.75 Suit. $14,60 I
$16.50 Suit. $11.50
)N NEWS |l
from the New River coal field In West
Virginia over the Chesapeake and Ohio
and the Washington Southern railroads
did not become effective yester
day, as had been decreed by the Inter- :
stato Commerce Commission. That
body suspended the rates upon petl- \
tion of the local board of trado, and wilt
set a date for further hearings on
theso proposed new rates.
The present rate from the New River
fields to Washington Is $1.65 a ton,
and the proposed" rate is $1.89 a ton.
an Increase of 24 cents. In the protes:
filed with the commission it was alleged
that the proposed rates resulted
:rom a disagreement Between the two j
carriers as to the division, of the rate
for hauling over the two lines.
Commissions as postmasters of the
fourth class have been sent to Robert
L. Locke, Finch. W. Va.
Railway mall services has beon discontinued
between Century Junction
and Century; Red Warrior to Kay ford;
Gary to Filbert; Parkersburg to
Owensport; Leowood to Wevaco;
Leckle to Welch; North Fork to Jenktnjones;
Tygart to Buckhannon; Cabin
Creek Junction" to Colford, and Decota
to Carbon. The servico between
these places are now covered by mail
If they started training tables from
prize fighters, mayDe some of the pork
and beaners would eat now and then.
itching skins
When you know physician* have pre*
icribed Reslnol for 20 yeai* In (he treatment
of Itching, homing, unsightly akin
eruptions, and have written thousands
of report* such est "It Is my regular
prescription for Itching," "Reslnol has
produced brilliant results," and "The
result It gave was marvelous In one of the
worst cases of ccscma,'' doesn't It make
you say to yourself, "thtt's the right
mna 04 Treatment ior my iJctn-trouDler
Rcilnol is sold by rn Jn/estuls. '
jtpwi ?ii in in i?????u
MCOlrl tHTftCt
Death of Mrs. George W. Phillips
t telegram received yesterday by
r. 0. C. Phillips conveyed the sad
vs that bis mother, Mrs. George W. i
llUps wsa dead at her home In Sal- <
, Ohio. Mrs. Phillips was eighty)
years of age and had been In fall;
health for eome time. Mr. and i
a. runups it'll yesieraay auernoon
Salem to remain until after the fu al.
Arthur Cunningham Glvea Party
LTtbur Cunningham gave an lnfongparty
to twenty-flve of hlB young
ands on Tuesday evening at his
me on Guffey street. Music and
nea furnished amusement for the
ssts. Delicious refreshments wero
vnd by Mrs. Cunningham assisted
Mrs. Eicber. Miss Bunguard, of Conlsvllle,
was an out of town guest.
Returned Home
lames A. Justis. of Little Palls, was
the city yestorday. He was accomlied
home by Mrs. Justis and chll?n
who spent the holidays here
th Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus Boyers, Sr.
Evangelist Here
Srangeltst S. I). Howell and Mrs.
THE f"
^ Columbi
of Lij
fiy TUSIC that
\/j as when, tc
Yeoman of the Gu;
This charm is t
Records of the b
and Reginald De ft
soprano, Margarel
Kingston, tenor,
A 5861 Orchestra accompa
Hm 12-inch YEOMAN OF THI
I I *?* 11.50 VENTURE Fit
Margaret Heyes,
tenor, and Frank
. accompaniment
a cam fROBIN HOOD??
A 540Z chestra.
";'n'h ROBIN HOOD-1
* 5 Light Opera Com{
A 54661 patience?voc
12-inch I ?P?? Company.
The lighter forms of mi
in the Columbia Record
creations of the great comr
and orchestral music.
Ask your dealer for a c
yourself the great range o
records with the "music-m
Columbia Records in i
/few 'Columbia Records on j
This advertisement was a
1 RE
A. G. Martin Co.,
I'M ? S E Tli
Howell who have been visiting friends M
here for a few days. left yesterday ca
afternoon for their home at Neff, at
Ohio. Ti
Club Meeting
The Hope Sewing club will meet on
Friday evening at the home of Mrs.
Mary Metz. on Chicago street.
Mite Marjorie Linn who has been[ th
the guest of Miss Dana Jacobs return
bu u> ner nome at tsenions ferry yes- Xl
terday. J
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bllllngstea. of y
Clarksburg, spent New Year's day with
the former's mother, Mrs. Ellsworth _
Swisher. .Fl
Miss Pearl Jacobs went to Morgan-,at
town yesterday to spend the remain-;
der of the week with her grandparents, w
Mr. and Mrs. T. Bennett. a
Mr. and, Mrs. H. A. Poplo went to i Pi
Connellsvnle yesterday to.spend a few '
days. ! tb
Miss Florence Ross, of Barnes j tb
street, has been quite sick for a cou-'
pie of days.
Dent Nuzum,. of Guffey street, was . sf
taken to Cook hospital last evening!
for treatment. _
Miss Blanche Shurtleff wont to Mor- ~|
gantown yesterday to visit her broth-; I
er Oliver Shurtleff and wife.
Misses Thelma Fisher and Kathleen 1
Gasklns have returned from Farming- /
ton where they were guest of Laura 1
Hupp and family.
Mrs. L. L. Llghtner and son, Eugene,
who spent the holidays with Mr. and p
la Record R
jht Opera C
has a constant charm?a char:
:n and fifteen years ago, such <
'Robin Hood", "The Prince of
ird" played to packed houses r
lelightfully expressed in the sp
est of Victor Herbert, Gilbt
'.oven airs.
JGAl.. Florence Macbeth, ??
; Kcyes, contralto, Morgan yga
and Frank Croxton, bass, ^B|
niment. ^
jrence Macbeth, soprano,
contralto, Morgan Kingston,. _____
Croxton, bass. Orchestra!
> ELECTIONS. Prince's Or- |{j j j
/OCAL GEMS. Columbia
!AL GEMS. Columbia Light"""
iCTlONS. Prince's Orchestra.
isic arc as well represented fl
Catalogue as the noblest p j?|
losers in the fields of opera
opy today and discover for
E entertainment offered in yfo
Dte" trade-mark. VI
ill Foreign Languages. ?
ate the JOl/t of every month. Colami
'ictated to the Dictaphone. M
Richard Hoffman, Os
225 Madison St.
? iu 11
rs. Lindsay Jacobs at Little Kails, tho K
me up yesterday mad aftdra abort Mark!
ay here went on to her home at day a
erra Alta. Her sister. Hiss Wilms Mis
icobs, went home with her. schoo
? havln
The uses of gas increased three
mdred per cent in the last year, but
>t air 19 still the political favorite in
Is section
The many friends and--relatives of V
r?. ?i. nuuu, ui iw*c?*iub, lurrnor* w
of this place, are sorry to learn of vv
?r serious Illness.
0. H. Hayhurst returned home last KS
rlday after a month's visit with rel- K
ives in New York city. jK
Frank Younkln has returned to his ?
ork at the Monongahela mines after fi!
visit with home folks In Humbert, K
Miss Sarah Shroyer. who Is wielding SS
e birch In the school room at Monon N
>ls winter, spent the holidays with Si
:r parents at Point Marion.
Mrs. R. E. Wilson, of Rivesvllle, K
tent Christmas witli her parents here 95
Luclan Fortncy,, of Fairmont, was fitj
Absolutely Removes ||
ndigestion. One package ?
roves it 25c at all druggists. 32
on tw m 7s rr
ik A ftU6ST\0M I *1
' -
m as strong ' now Mgm
aperettas as "The Blral
Pilsen" and "The Iffi?
tight after night. ||3j5|
ilendid Columbia
:rt and Sullivan, fH0M
Ha |:
>S I !
car Federbusch gS
% I
uest of hli daughter. Mra. H. f. The general health of our communley,
of near this place last Satur- Ity i? good with the exception ol bad j
nd Sunday. colda had a few cases of mumps and
a Blanche Burton resumed her measles In a light forzu.
I duties here Tuesday morning. The game season Is now over and
g spent the holidays with her fox hunting has become the order of I
ts at Palestine. Wirt county. the day, Sunday bicludcd.
The Popular Specialty 8tors for Women's and Mlaaes' Apparsl
Announcing Important |
Sale For This Week I
We have just finished our inventory and right S
now we are going to offer many great clearing sale ?
bargains throughout our store.
Choose from the remainder of our fine Coats, S
Suits and Dresses at these prices.
Suits formerly $18.50 are reduced to $13.88 12 ,
Suits formerly $25.00 are reduced to . t $18.75 **
Suits formerly $30.00 are reduced to $22.50 g
Suits formerly $35.00 are reduced to $26.25 ?
Suits formerly $40.00 are reduced to r $29.75 S
Suits formerly $45.00 are reduced to $33.75 K
Suits formerly $50.00 are reduced to $37.50 ^
Coats formerly $21.75 are reduced to $16.32 S
Coats formerly $25.00 are reduced to $18.75 i
Coats formerly $30.00 are reduced to $22.50 J
Coats formerly $35.00 are reduced to $26.25 S
Dresses formerly $15.00 are reduced to $11.25 j
Dresses formerly $18.50 are reduced to $13.88 g|j
Dresses lormerly 522.00 are reduced to $16.88 If
Dresses formerly $25.00 are reduced to $18.75 $
Dresses formerly $35.00 are reduced to ... .$26.25 K
Dresses formerly $45.00 are reduced to $33.75 s
Specials in Under Muslins, many clever styles.
Specials in Silk Underwear, "The Niagara Maid f
Specials in Crepe de Chine and Georgette g
Specials in Kimonas and Bath Robes.
Specials in trimmed and untrimmed hats.
All Our Character Dolls i
Improved |
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