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Woman's Suit J !k J- r Marvels of Tailoring ? - Original ticketi on every garment, tbis hwod'i productions; rich silk 01 a* - taupe, brown, navy, mole, gray and bi up; and plenty o( blacks. J ;L 1 Full lS/fnrtA Act in the L H Loosen your purse strings to enjoy ' > . ty coming In Increased prosperity to I . ate. We say spend wisely for In the 1 present now will not be possible tlici inanity there ere a hundred chances ' not, can not prevail for long. Yes, them with, but you will not ho able we suggest with all seriousness to Folks, this Is not a mere commercial >" the kind we wish our patrons to prof Jgnrrj MVW/> J UU HIIUK UA flCII C1IUU?U I ,g always been opportune?that wo ha that you have been a gainer on m i. haven't you? Then, take It now, yoi tatnly face to face with thoughtful tl ? discreetly. Men*8 Trench Sui and Trench Overc ?"With that striking milit They're supreme value suits and these garments are quick to admit t value ever given In Fairmont at tlie and colors in this vast assemblage; t are double breasted, belted, trcncli si j*'.'. buckle?untitled. The suits are alsc patterns; also plenty of all wool w styles at this popular price. A Great Novt Harrison Furs of Quality?i Our FurB are absolutely dependable ity and style?and each sfcln Is exact seated. A Beautiful Red Fox Set The large, broad scarf drapes tl) [k ' gracefully, and is practically a wrap I canteen shape muff to match is trimm ural heads, tails, leg0 and paws. Children's Furs S2 to $ Children's Furs $2 to $3.98 are here spectlon a bountiful supply of chit pieces, scarfs, muffs and muff and sc i . Abundance of women's and missei jS v muffs and muff and scarf sets pr!c< from from $3.50 up. li? mm One small lot ._/fKSs Your choice of any J .untrimmed velvet ^ ^ shape ^ Saturday at J | Children's Untrimmed Hats Including every child's and growing girl* untrimmed hat in the house; lose, ropen and navy blue, wine, red, green and white shades; many mothers prefer to buy their childr in's hats untrimmed. Positively all V satin linings; HH irgundy shades ijus 'mm t~M aa sif aire una iving Preset real, practical economy, for there 111 the temporary "vacuum" you m 'uture la prosperity but such value: 1. For every shrewd person In th In staple needs priced at figures tl there will be ample money to pi to buy at our present prices?thai fill your needs amply NOW?Sa cry but a snne, sound piece of a It by. Take our timely warning n o know that our advice lr. the pi re kood behind all our predlctlo any Occasions through our advlc t'll thank us In the future. We r mcs?not "aim times" so miy ire< ts *3 ess ?$15 aryair" overcoats. Men who have nlread hut they're the biggest dollar foi price; there is a wide choice of his season's host models. The ov :yle. about IT inches long with lar i in the wanted trench styles in orstcds nnd blue serges in conse (Second F imber Show 'ff #1 in Vo?ue There :iyas?repU?c. f nt QQO MV VWW? c shoulders ?10 Eg A n itself. The ^lfaa9Vi cd with natCome early for of beautiful coat > jjg attractive in mo< Great warmth-wi for your in- so smartly?with tlren's neck- COats. Soft tleei art sets. sllvertones, crys : fu;. scarfs. picturesque in 11 :d gradually l",rt anfl there a or high; pleats. than one could in Our Entire i Thrt ery Hat $2.50 to S3.0C Now $1.95. very trimmed hut made up to sol 2.50 to $2.00 lg included In this col Ion and put out on our snle tnbh front of a dollarnlnetyfive cen I Tlio 1~? 1 ?. i. Alio iui iiitiuucn velvets um er's plusli and combinations it k and wanted colorings; eacl el attractively trimmed. 'Wd -fef fig Stjis $1.97 r T sggEFOBTHEgj ^"?**A?NW?madisonsts FAIRMONT. W.VA Running < ns and ^. iiow An Importam ^ Chin ly, but Tills splendid news for the llesh. navy or black solid sh cry single one of them smar: later day styles; they'rd wal I Attrac From tlio simple but smarl |l their making; every model a 8 ? the patronage of Fairthont's W nicd with rich lace, some w Notably Goo ly seen <J 7 dollar */ / C< fabrics I-ast week wo bought 5V ercoats Voile waists, clean and fret known maker at about fifty go belt They're actually waists to s varied we bought them right, we oi rvative accordingly, so, Saturday, wl ioor) take your unrestricted ehol 57c: sizes from d6 to 46. ing of Street, Afternoon and Frocks in Serg (it d Silk 1 r 7 f Some of the season's best models in pop noon travel and general daytime wet des in pleated, tunic, surplice, straight 1 iny beautifully embroidered; materials ench Serge. Botany Serge, satins and sill and black and 'most all of the fashions 1 have been able to secure more Individ Iter diversity and greater stylo for ou ee above popular prices than you en< tans, therefore, that the woman or miss novelty should review our showing Satu is Certainly Yc ance Among thi Zoats, Priced , $15, $17.50, S your coat! Here Is-what you will ,'lnd. s in the season's succesful styles. The lei material and tailoring as they nro li thorn-weight affairs In which one can i ii-ies' and "swing ' that characterize t :v veiours, fluffy ia.ub-i wool, silky plus tal cloth, novelty mixtures. Luxurious no and rh'h in finish. " Belts play an itn re ninny, many kinds. Waist lines are buttons and buckles are used in nor aaginc. ttock of Trimn <e Prices Satui I j Only $3.50 to $5 Hat at $2.95 Black, taupe, reindeer, boiling purI pie. navy. Liberty and copen blues are the shades in this assemblage; sall: ors. military effect, tricorr.es, close iltt ting models (and large and small brim 1 styles. Plenty of velvets in the i wanted colors: every hat thnt was fori tnerlv marked fo sell above $3.0(1 to fa.OO will be Included No restriction, none held back. First come, flrst ;served. I l,\ ry Sale Final. No La! a-\\ ays. No approvals. - . i . RHHHHHMHBHHBHHBHHI pir^i f35 to f4, pjrrfS Women's rlj I Sizes 1< In HHn I I Our finest broad J I our end gabardine I green, reindeer, b Oner?The, \ t Presentation and < e Blouses Saturday woman who likes pretty, dainty silk ere] ades, and is not adverse to paying less t tly tailored; sizes from 36 to 46; a most Ists that you would pay all tho way from tive Georgette Bloi ily tailored to the most elaborate styles; j uthentic with the style changes; charmir most fashionable women ; white or flesh Ith the new "O'Boy" collar. d Waists I Deliah ? ^ ? 1 2 dozen snowy white Fine winter ill, direct from a well the same quul ' cents on the dollar. priced at dout ell at a dollar, but as ing are so va course will sell them yourself?but lillc they last you may touches of en ce of the lot for only things, you'll will want. Business Travel c?% e, Satin f* # Construct? dark oxford close or mei f\ gtfront with c 'B ft m ed at waist; / yP JJ out-weight g: ular priced frocks for nf- W, ir. Tailored and fancy lined and pegtop effects; rial aro men's we^r serge, ks and combinations; naible colors. Fortunately, unl and exclusive styles. Light or r dresses to sell at the stripe or pi ?ounter generally. This flannel; ab< desiring the latest note stitched or < irday or Monday. string waist wr " ? ise |l|L 1? 525 l#M Scores B|Vftjgjj >p? If iy're as I' \ VjW snuggle I / I lio new i / I \ ill, new ' ?m J Z?J? 1>0rtant ?*// //>?/? >/ day Choice of Any Hat in the House at $3.95. Evory trimmed hat lu the house thai was formerly marked to sell from $5 to $10 is included?from the most exclusive models to the simplest tailored styles. You actually save a greater amount than you spend. Black, ltose. Purple, taupe and reindeer shades in Hatter's plush, Velvets and combination shapes; each hat either elaborate in Its conception or charming with its simplicity. y V """"W r. % LNG, NOVEMBER 9,191T '_.. - * M? *04 11 Suits $/< 5 to 44. cloth,poplin, burella, sllvortone veli suits. Black, navy, nigger brown, ' attleshlp gray and taupe shades. > i seValues Sale ot Crepe-deat $3.00 le-de-chlne blouses in either White, i ban the regular prU Inclusive assemblage featuring the $3.50 to $4.00 for In a regular way. rstfs $5.75 line quality of silk Qeorgette used In ig blouses that invite and will win shades gorgeously or plainly trlmttul New Blouses $1.00 voiles In white and fancy stripes; Ity that you will find in voile waists I ilc tho price; tbe ways of their married that it's best to sec them for if you've a liking for frills, for pretty ibroidcry or for the simple tailorod find many a blouse here that you en's Sleeveless igan Blouses, at $1.50 id from good grade of worsted yarn J and gray or coal black shades; | lium ribbod patterns; buttoned rocheted edgei nnd armholes shapdeep vents at side; a warmth-withirment; all sires. )men's Heavy nnel Petticoats 75 c aant grounds wun pirnc or diuo ain; good quality of heavy cottou 1 sut 8 inch ruffled flounce; hem?mbroidercd edges at bottom, draw large and small sizes Interesting Basement News. Arm & Hammer Soda In large I 10 ounce packages Sc. Full liall pound packages of I Cream Com Starch 5c. One gallon glass Jug of White I Houso Vlnegur 45c. Old Reliable CofTee. whole or ground, a package 27c. Arbuckles best package coffee, I underprlced at 23c. Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour In pound packages 15c. One pound two ounce package | of Postum Cereal for 25c. Wholesome, nutritious Cream of Wheat, a package, 25c. Aunt Jemima's Buckwheat 1 flour, pound package ISc. One pound can o( Crisco tor on ly 29c. Early June, Marrow or Polk's best Peas, large can. 15c. Large No. 3 can of best Tomatoes go at 18c a can. No. 2 size can of Baker's corn sellB at 15c a can. Pet, Honor. Everyday and Carnation large can of Milk 14c. Hotel Astor Coffee, whole or ' ground, a pound 35c. Saturday we will a*-g sell best grade QJy/'A Brown sugar at a j/i la pound 4: 1 mmrnm?mmmmmmmmm "THINGS W01 Store kQ TV Opens at 8A!VL New Serg iC\ Sec These JpO. Dresses f\ in 2p^7? Window $12 Are Really W More than the Special Sale of Trimmed 1 ed Hats Excellent value and smart stylebeen oircrcd to particular buyers tl cities in metal, ostrich and chemil! Special Pi BASKETBALL LEAGUE OPENS NOVEMBER 19 Season Will Run until About the First of March. / Interest in the city basketball league that Is to be organized at the V. M. C. A. was manifested by the good representation at the meeting of the teams yesterday evening when plans were made for the league. Another meeting of the teams is scheduled for Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. At this time a president fot the league will be chosen and a board of managers elected composed of the captains of each team. i uu ursi game in uie new league will be played on Monday evening, November 19. Each team will play fourteen games, playing one game each week. By beginning on November 19 the league will end about March 1. The league will have the "Y" floor a part of two evenings each week, probably Monday and Friday even- ! ings. Physical Director G. W. Blickley will draw up a schedule and present It for the approval of the teams at tho meeting on Monday evening. Tho eight teams that will be represented in the league are as follws: Hartley's, Fairmont Mining JlfChine, Y. M. C. A. dormitory, West Virginians, East Side Independents, Consolidation Coal Company, Owens Glass Company, and a select team from the teachers of the city schools. Charlotte Fawcett to Be Buried Saturday Miss Cbarlott Fawcett, aged 63 years, wsr found dead yesterday at Ihe homo of her brother on Pennsylvania avenue death having been due to nr. attack of heart trouble or to suffocation from gas fumes which were htrongly prevalent in the room where her body was found. The body was Lund leaning against a window as though she had sought air or was trying to call for assistance. Miss Faw nett had gone to the home of her brother to do some work and her continued ubsence. caused a search for her to be trade. The deceased was a daughter of James and Julia M. Fawcett and was aged 63 years . She had been a resident of Fairmont for more than thirty years and of Marlon county all her life, having been born at Ollboa. She Is survived by three brothers and three bisters, namely, C. M., William L. and U. E. Fawcett. Mrs T. F. Wilson, Mrs. Ollle Phillips, and Miss Ilelphla Fawcett. all of this city. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at noon and the body will be taken to Ollboa for interment Under' : laker R. C. Jones In charge. V'.V'- - J... V <Xl The Source of Gre In the Choice ot th WHEN WEAR" \ l - : '5Lj Closes at e Dresses iety' .. :atest Satisfaction ^ ese Serge Dresses Six Different Styles to Choose From All are fashionable | and all the colors that are being worn. All ;izes. All have touches of style and fact similar of high priced models. Box and side plaited, embroidered collar and belt, etc. WJ These # Cnnoiol M|iwviai fmm Bri Prices 4 For ) ry et Few l? 4 <3 Days Only orth a Third Above Prices ~ 'ailored and Semi-Tailori. -by far tbc beat values that have lis season. Trimmed in new novle, values up to $10.00, ice MOST PEOPLE NOW' STAMP MAIL RIGHT Postcards Figure Prominent ly Among the Mail that is Understamped. Falrmonters are becoming accustomed to the new postage rates and are now putting the proper postage on practically all ot their mall, according to reports coming from the local post office. On an average but one to two percent of the mail now recolved has Insufficient postage. The first day of the new rates approximately BO per cent of mall received had insufficient postage. Most of the mall that is not properly stamped Is postal cards. This is due to the fact that many people have one cent postal cards on hand and mall them without adding the extra cent Because ot the express conditions mail is unusually heavy at the local office. This Is especially true with Inbound parcel post. Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Druggists refund money if it failk- 25c I : f I I Iftrt I I I oni^: Udc LCiiiUHd! ; I Make a Bleaching, i j I Beautifying Cream:; The juice ot two (resb lemons \ strained into a bottle containing three ounces ot orchard white makee whole quarter pint ot the most remarkable lemon skin beautlfier at about the cost one must pay (or a small jar ot the ordinary cold creams. Care should be taken to strain the lemon juice through a fine cloth so no lem- , ' on pulp gets in, then this lotion will keep fresh for months. Every woman khows that lemon juice is used to bleach and remove such blemishes * <> ? * n?HWIBOT^WIIU If 11BBI autu van Slid Is the Ideal skin softener, smoothenar and beautlfler. Just try It! Get three ounce* of orchard white at any pharmacy and two lemons from the grocer and make up a quarter pint, of tills sweetly fragrant lemon lotion and massage it dally Into the face., neck, arms and hands. It naturally should help to soften, freshen, bleach and bring out the roses and beauty of any skin. It' Is simply marvelous to io6otiira rough, red hand*.