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Wednesday I Every week? Because a bargain 1: V i means more now, when prices aro J . ever before Harrison Is serving hla economically as ever. NO PHONE, C. O. D. OR MAIL j ORDER8. COUPONS MUST BE PRESENTED j $1 Enameled /*Q- ; Tea Kettles OJ/C | 8-quart blue and white enameled i tea kettles, wire stay-un with wood grip, with coupon (lac, Basement. (V) 12?/2c Can oq Peas, 3 for ui&C "rtiip ITnvorlIn" MoHw Tnnn noes w:. -?:? wu? * u?uinu i"-""' Kg? new pack, with coupon, 29c. Basement. (V) 25c Koastcd Coffee -fcUC "Crown" brand, high-grade whole! bean roasted coITeo. Pound pack-i ^ age, witli coupon 20c. Basement.! 5c Cleanser in 3 for liJC "Sunbrlte." it cleans, scours, | scrubs and polishes, witli coupon | 2 for 10c. Basement. <Vl j 75c Doz. Barber c\ rj v Towels, Yi doz, ... ? / C Fine, soft-finished barber towels, B, sizes 12x24, red borders; hemmed g| , land ready" for use, with coupon 1-2 | dozen for 27c. Main Floor (V) $1 Glove Fitting Corsets .. v5*/C k The famous Thompson corsets,: style No. G7; long, high models, j with coupon, 89c. Main Floor (V) , 10c Linen Hand I kerchiefs, 4 for .. Women's pure linen white hemstitched handkerchiefs, the 10c! kind, with coupon, 4 (or 25c. Main; Floor. (V) | 8c Brandon n Cotton yd "C klYard-wide, light-weight uitbleachB t - ed cotton, auitablo for canvasingj I' walls, and many other purposes,, with coupon, yd. 6c. Mian Floor, ; $1.50 Lace aq _ Curtains, pair ... yOC Pretty Nottingham and NCable I " ' lace Curtains, 2 1-2 and 3 yards long; plain or (lowered center designs. with coupon 98c. Main Floor. (V) I Ir^TDRt FDR FAIRMOr I EAST SIDE I -:- NEWS -:- ) At John Hopkins Hospital C. G. Louden, of State street, who has been very ill for several weeks, | |7? 19 uuw at jonii iiopKins Hospital in I R. Baltimore for treatment. Very III Sty Mrs. David Carpenter, of Hopewell, is seriously ill at her home. Went To Cumberland Hay ; Dorsey Pople, of Morgantown avenue, went to Cumherlatid, Md? yesterfty Jay on business. Class Will Meet The members of Mrs. Feather's f?r class of the Diamond Street M. E. fe Sunday school will meet this evening it her home on East Park avenue. Able To Be Out Qeorge Cox, of Guffey street, who I* has been very ill of bronchial pneu monia, Is able to be out. Hope Sewing Circle Miss Ruth Reese will entertain the Hope Sewing Circle on Friday even PERSONAL8 Mrs. French Moran. of Grafton, spent Sunday with her mother. Mrs. George Louden, of State street. Mrs. John Hoult has returned from t a few days'- visit at Morgantown. Virginia and Julia Lee. children of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kuhn, aro very Mrs. Lanlar Malone has returned from. Antloch, where she visited rela' tlvea for several days. Miss Ella Cox. of Morgantown, came ||w' up today to visit her brother, George Cox. Mrs. Winifred Henry, of Morgantown, will arrive here Thursday to r ,V visit Mr. and Mrs. Cox. R. A. Courtney Is able to be out after ? week's illness. ire People Attend Our Coupon Sale a wanted, dependable tnrechandise, umplng by leaps and bounds, than customer^ as satisfactorily and as 5c Laundry nfi Soap, 8 for &DC The splendid "Lenox" laundry soap, oval shape calces, with counnn fl onlrno fnv 9Rr> Dnenmanl <V1 |,u"l U WMM.VH ?Vi dWV! WUDVUlCUk. \ ? / 4fi?r Block Tin on Water Pails Ct%jC Full 10 quart size, heavy block tin water palls, wood grip wire handles with coupon 29c. Basement (V) $4 Sport d?o no Coats ip^.a/O Women's sport coats of fancy plaids in various colors; belt effect, large pockets and fancy buttons; sizes 16 to 44, with coupon $2.98. Third Floor. (V) 69c Dressing ACkr* Sacques Hr?7C (ienorously made of genuine serpentine crepe In assorted patterns; gathered bucks, trimmed In contrasting colors, nil sizes, with coupon 49c. Third Floor. (V) 69c Muslin ACk~ Petticoats Women's good muslin petticoats, wide embroidered flounces and extra dust ruffle, with coupon 4!)e. Main Floor. '(V) $5.00 Silk fljo QQ Sweaters Womens silk ITbre coat sweaters in pink. Copenhagen and gold. Sizes AS to 44, with coupon $11.98. Main Floor. (V) $1.51) Velvet tf?| o? Rugs Handsome velvet rugs, sizes 27x 52. In beautiful and artistic oriental patterns with coupon $1.25. Third Fluor. (V) 39c Oil Mop ^Qr? Combination ^1/C One "Wizard" triangle oil floor mop and one 10c box of mop cleanser. with coupon . 29c. Basement. J. WUdWUPWI 10c Breakfast i ? Cocoa, 2 for .. .. * Hcrshey's liest breakfast cocoa, the lUe size, with coupon, 2 for. 15c. Basement. (V) llpSi^j BUNNERS RIDGE. II. B. Moran who was at his homo a few days on this Bridge returned to Fairmont Sunday to take the train Monday for Akron. Ohio, where he has been employed.i I.Iberlus Vincent was calling on his brother, John Vincent, on Mud Lock, Friday night of last week. He was also calling on his brother-in-law. J. C. Moran Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Vincent Fay and Wayne Moran were calling on E. T. Moran Saturday night. Donzel Shuttleworth was on this Bldgc Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ncel and children. Ltbby and Mamie Hayhurst, were calling on Ua Lake and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hawkins were WOULD YOU ASK VOUii (F i COULD STMOD BY STOUt TO SO AH IW SON uecr^? cm cwilved 3E WEST VIRGINIAN?F POLICE SEEK "TANGO P H( ?-rx?rz y*\ I A jbfcft J I V [jaKv? MRS.ELt.3IE HittAiR NEW YOIIK, March 24.?Who killed Mrs. Elsie I.ee llllalr? Police of New York are holding a man they charge knows something about the murder of the Brooklyn woniun whoTavo her name as "Florence Gray, Boston." at the Hotel Martinique, and was found dead the next morning in her room, her jewels, worth $2,500, missing. But the police are doubtful about the last few hours of her life. Benjamin Sternberg, the man held, confesses, the police say, to having been with the murdered woman until about two hours before It Is believed she was murdered. He was to have gono out with her iVi'i i nlnlit tin uqvc nnoiir/llnir r\ tha in in. mgiii, uc d",?oi avi\.ui\iiug hu iuc Tabloid. Hist (Second chapter of the West. Virginian's tabloid history ot' Russia.) Novgorod of the ninth century, a republic ruled by its rich but steoped-lu anarchy, set about getting a prince, much ns a modern city acquires a city manager. Rurik. a Scandinavian leader, who had only recently been driven out of the country, was chosen. The name "Russia" comes from Rurik The newcomers established order and set up a dynasty. Ritrlk's successor O'eg established himself at Kiov. which became the chief citv of Russia, so remaining from 880 to 1109. During these years there was no emperor, but the many p-lnces descended front Rurik recognized the grand prince of Kiev, who was the ciuest of them, as the greatest. The Scandinavian princes led their Slavic subjects to the doors of Constantinople, then the Greek capital. The regent Olga, widow ot Grand Prince Igor, became a Christian in t'55. Potty wars were continual during these centuries, being fought often over the question of what prince was the oldest, nnd therefore entitled to reign at Kiev. Vladimir. Olgn's grandson, sent mis sions t ) study lour religions?Jewish among the Khazfttts, Orthodox among the Greeks, Mussulman among the Bulgarians, Catholic among the Poles. He decided on the Orthodox faitli as a substitute for Russia's paganism. In 11C9 a combination of princes overthrew the grand prince of Kiev, and henceforth the capita' of Russia became the new city of Vladimir, near the Volga, in the principality of Sousda!. visiting the letter's father, Amos Huffman. Sunday. T. J. Musgrave was seen on this Ridge one day last week. Ota and Ada Carpenter were calling on their aunt Vista Satterfield, one night last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arl Bunner, Mattle and Lucy Travis were visiting at H. Prides Sunday last. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Satterfield were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Ellsha PhilHps Sunday in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moran and daughter. Mvrtle w-nre callinc on Mrs .ton. ny Janes and Tamlly Friday last. Mr. and Mrs. Arl Banner were visiting the former's paronts Sunday night. They will move to Fairmont this week. Those calling on J. C. Moran and FRECKLES ANE 1 TUHIES \ |/ji^ CK SUY ft WUSTA BE /VJOT VENTS' TJ ft INSWlMh I GET VNAfcM. J ftVOw w tftrw finlriiii liri L- !? )TEL MURDER MYSTERY ?-... .?JWPPIWP- - STERNBERG BEING ARRESTED AND WOMAN WHOSE BODY WAS FOUND IN HOTEL. police, but she broke the engagement when ahe met a tall man ami left Stern nerg, warning on wttn toe now ac: 'lualntance. A search is being made for this man. Detectives are searching the cabalota and "tango parlors" In the city, on j the theory a "tango pirate" committed the. murder. Sternberg says, according to the police, he met Mrs. Hilair at a theatre a week before the murder, leaving his wife aud three-moiitlis-old child at home Mrs. lillair was with her niece. Miss Jra Murray, who says a blondhaired woman was with Sternberg. A nod was followed by a meeting In the lobby and two appointments on other evenings, before the murder. Mrs. Sternberg says her husband pawned her -large diamond ring for i200 about the same time. The solution of the mystery, police Bay. will come when the missing jewels are found and the tall Btranger whom Sternberg mentioned, appears. ory of Russia Russians, fighting among themselves. nevertheless united in fighting foreign foes- the Grjnks and Bulgarians, the vhaxaus, and the Polovtsi. a war-like tribe On the t.'aspinn sen. While Vladimir surpassed Kiev, Novgorod remained a virtual republic. She picked prlnc : after prince, and if she didn't like them she fired them out. The Novgorod aristocracy remained the real rules. Andrew Bogoultoubski. founder of Vladimir, tried to establish an autocracy, but failed. In 1222 the Mougolian invaders un-J /"I -LI.. T.-t 1- _ 1 ? l- .-I uvi uuuguiH ruiun reucncJ in: . oiovisi country, the Russians sending aid to their ancient enemies to resist the new peril. But young princ lings, anxious to win renown in the battle, attacked the Mongols (Tartars* before the rest were ready, and 'he resulting rout brought about the fall of Russin. For over two centuries the Slavic race was under the Mongol heel. Self govimtipi t perished. The Russians retained the land, which the Mongols disdained to cultivate, but heavy tributes were exacted, and lue princes had to submit their disputes to the autocrats of the Asiatic horde. Oriental customs became fixed on th: conquer ed people. Vladimir's power passed away. In the fourteenth century the Lithuanians, who had thjjpwn oif the Ger man yoke, conquered the western provinces of enslaved Russia. The Mongols set Russian progress back two centuries But in the neighborhood of Moscow uprisings against the oppressors became frequent How these uprisings resulted finally in the unity of Russia and the expulsion of the Mongols will be told tomorrow. family Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Moran and children; Mr. and Mrs. \y. H. Bunner and grandson, Woodrow Brown; Ata and Ada Carpenter, Flint Bunner and George N'eel. Miu Rankin's Office Open. WASHINGTON, D. C., March 27? The office of Miss Jeanette llankin, Representative-elect from Montana, was opened In the House of Representatives building today by her socre tary Miss Florence Leecn or vaiier, Mont. Miss Rankin is expected to arrive here late this week. Choice Given General Wood. NEW YORK. March 27?Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood was Riven option of taking command at Manilla or Hawaii In preference to the new Department of tho Southeast, which he chose. ) HIS FRIENDS?(HE WAS NO - O rjuST ~Hl klMS- m To TUP UPYT QllDC.-. 11 WMEBKIWUOT I ' MB.'i?>ii' ?ifiiiu ii? Yifm'rf tttilMiiiiiijteiMtftjiii jS*! . > "* :ning, march 27,1917. j(f^TmB^rc!aE^R I The Smartest?T Millinery Modes for Easter." Distinctive and original mod ? els (or dress, semi dress am JS high forms sports wear at $2.6< M to $10.00. I Easter Fa I JLJ sfc styles that have been prot ^ $10.75 on up to $45.00. | "La Camil ?s The Front Lace Corset Ventilo Back PERFECT FORM WITH GRACEFUL C The* highest c-mbodime & front lace idea. That is v S mille Corsets have often b ? Absolutely authoritative k they mold the body to 't ra greater charm and'beautj jM with scientific design and 0 movement, that makes f ^ ease and graceful carriaj JjS The patented VENTILO Baek t RAeCn/.tl.- I...4 I.. .w.f* J uun jiiii icuu,?, mu is r?\#i i uiiu i ll Sg moves oil pressure from the spin SJ look for the tinnie VENTILO for pri ? imitation. ^ AT PRICES $3.00 UP TO W ORTHIN GTON. Electric Street Lighting Adopted The town council at a special meeting on Friday evening voted unaniously to adopt electricity as a system of street lighting and as soon as the M. V. T. company can install the lamps the natural gas lamps will be discarded. Will Remove to the "Sunflower" State Frank Jl Kerwin, who has been working In the KansaB oil fields tor the past three months but who Is at homo on a visit, has decided to remove his family to Kansas In the near future. Removing to Morgantown E. Albert Adams who has been located at Annabelle for the past several years, Is moving his family to Morgantown this week. I I PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Will Nutter, of Clarksburg, were visitors here on Sunday. Lloyd E. Morgan, of Fairmont, spent Sunday with relatives here. George E. Bice, of Monongak, was a business visitor here on Monday. Glenn Parrish of near Colfax, was I transacting business hero on Monday. Mrs. Mollie Sturm, of Clarksburg, was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ' T. F. Morgan on Sunday. NATURALLY BOW-LEGGE by 6cm yuis wa:r ou,y HAVES' ME PEEL YOUNG- g K.ISU1 AGAIN i CANT TWM1V IfTlU. YOU E.N0V6U PEH "THIS J(SOO0 o msis^ezmzMsssssssffl WOMEN?WHERE FASHI he Neatest?The Ne shions at t As to YOU can choose from su Rainbow?and in raai rainbow has never yet sho One Surprisi of the new styles is that it who were quite positive th of those bright colored su by their smartness, "Triei s hold!?found they COULI now doing so with wonder Pienty of very smart quit those who prefer them. ] $19.75, $21.75, $23.75 up to Just a Wc Coj the Courtney display will sho luced for the new season. W le" "Li with the LACE Before y< a new corsi CARRIAGE so that it v mt of the figure. Bui ^hat La Ca- Laced Fror een termed. gown will 1 for style, will ? SSddolt ever thougl freedom of Lady uuth c or perfect ?o cioseiy to ti je. you can wear 1 .ot only vcntll. the bumP5' ltne nifortable. He- set so noticeab 8urc t0 Lady Uuth mo, jieuuuu against I I may bo at 510.0a, | Evangelistic Services Closed The evangelistic services at the Methodist Protestant church conducted by Hevs. Lawson and Eaton came to a close on last Thursday evening. There were no additions. Evangelist Returning Ilev. W. E. Pierce, of Cameron, who conducted a successful evangelistic meeting at the Christian church in January wll^retura here on March 30 and "will preach on Friday evening and Sunday morning and evening. GRANDMOTHER'S BOTANIC MEDICINT In every pioneer homo the botanic recipes of our grandmothors for the treatment of disease wore wonderfully dependable. Every fall she gathered her various herbs; thoroughwort, camomile, sage, pennyroyal wormwood, rue, etc. It is interesting to note that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, tho most successfill i?fimoflw frto fnnmln 411a was originally prepared for home use from one of these botanic recipes, and tile demand for this famous medicine has grown until over 350,000 pounds of roots and herbs are used annually in "its preparation. It will well repay any woman who suffers from female ills to glvo this famous medicine a trial. ID!)?BY-BLOSSER. YOU 6ET 1 AJND \N?M. 1 ON REIGNS" ^ , swest of the New wL ^ew and Stylish Voile Vaists at $1 and $1.25. Handiorao Georgette and Br !repe de Chine Blouaei at $3.75, 4.76 up to 610.00. iigh Tide! Suits | its in all the colors of the a ny other colors that the | ng Feature tany women and misses ? iey could never wear "one m its" have been captivated S | i one on" and lo and be- ^ ) wear them?and are ^ <* 11 1 IM A iuny oecoming crtect. 'ff. i et colorings, of course, for M | Prices range from $18.50, w $50.00. II ?rd About g ats | w you the very smartest ^ omen and Misses sizes at & ady Ruth" | D FRONT CORSET )u get that new gown buy g 3t. Wear it a day or two K irill take the lines of your Ut t be sure it is a Lady Ruth Kg it Corset. Then your jg J lave distinction and you ? ;reater comfort than you ^ 1 it was possible in a corset, g torsets luce in front. They cling 5? te figure and fit no smoothly that SS lie filmiest gown without Bhowing at the top and bottom ot the cor- (5 le in ordinary corsets. There is a 8j! iel for you?whatever your figure 'Jj $1.25 TO $3.00. S KIDNEY MEDICINE GAINS' * RHENIUM Twelve years ago I introduced Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root to my trade as a kidney, liver and bladder medicine and since that time its merits bas won for it a wide reputation. Everyone who uses it recommends it and in this way its value has been tested by many and I have enjoyed an excellent demand for It. 1 am confident that It is a very effective kidney remedy and I endorse its virtues. Very truly yours, CITY DRUG STORE, Daniel & Applcgate, Oct. 26,1916. Gary, Texas. Letter to Or. Kilmer & Co. Inghamton, N. Y. ?_ Prove What 8wamp Root Will Oe For You. Send ten cents to Or. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton. N. Y? for a samnle aire bottle. It will convince anyone. Ton will also receive a booklet ot valuable Information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the West Virginian. Regular fifty-cent bottle and one-dollar site bottles for sale at all drug stores. HEY. MISTER1. GET )' MM?Y FROMJW J i V?ove :: yen \ J.