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| H A R 1
> i
K The Christmas
Jewelry Sale
1) is Growing
I
j;'" Good but inexpensive jev
1'^. | , elry makes the nicest kind c
1; | ; gift.
V And here are thousands c
n . pieces at exceptionally littl
I, . prices.
They are samples and ar
n^j f .wnofltr Ana niann a-P a
|?g : , ***wuw*J unv U1 CL lYXIXU,
I iv'A Pearl Beads at $3.50, $2.48, $1.6
I $1.98, 79c,' 68c. ?-V?? /
Bar Pins at $1.68.-98c 38c.
fc Ear Rings at $1.48, 69c, 38c, 34c, 29
^, i 22c, 19e, 14c.
Brooches at $1.18, 98c, 79c, 69c, 58
W ' 48c, 34c, 18c.
?>_' Lavallleres at $1.18, 79c? 68c.
K| ' v ' Bar Pins at $1.68, 98c, 79c, 38c, 34
k. 29c, lie.
Bf;-;' , Hat Pins at 98c, 34c, 22c, 19c, 14
* . Beauty Pins at 69c, 48c, 38c. 29c, 2!
' 19c, 14c, 10c.
Bh Rings at 19c.
R'. Circle Pins at 22c.
|r?.' : Bracelets at 98c, 38<\
|7* Neck Guards at 29c.
IfNff" Lingerie Clasps at 34c, IS
1 Dormes at 58c.
v. Knitting Needles at 29c.
Sterling Thimbles at 38c.
| The Victroli
|,t.. Make Christmas a joyc
I - ^ of the family.
Make your selection
: ranging in price from $2
I to $320. All the latest rei
IV ll: T r\r> a i er\r*t
Program for Department Meeting It
B:" The Music department of the Wo- o
o taan's Olub will meet Wednesday 11
night of this week at the home of a:
tto*. W. H. Conaway, on Virginia r
ayenue, with Miss Florence Caven- c!
ft der a* hostess. o
S. ' The program 1s as follows: h
| \ ; Piano solo Miss Hazel Bock o
I, / Ctfrrent Events .. Miss Mary Oldham
If:."-; r Vocal solos?"Dawn In the Forest,"
"Drift down, Drift down," Ran
K, * Hall, Mrs. H. G. fetoetzer. t(
IJ Piano solo?"A la blen almee,"
*/ , Schutt Martha Byer ?
V .Vocal Solos: ft
(a) "A Dream Malloy. e
KfcS'''-1 (h) "Philosophy"' Emmlll, Mrs. s
HK-." JS. 0. Rowand.^ ti
To Enteraln Y. M. W. Club n
n*,;: / Hn. Arthur Brown will he host- ?
I Y has tomorrow afternoon at her home f
}. .on wo mbi dioe io Tne Young Mar- f
I; A . pU ^Women's Club. ^ ?
' JVadding Announcement* Received jj
? | Announcements have been received j
: here ot the marriage laet Tuesday in j
I a, >*hton, R. I., of Sol Metzer. ot the g
I yf. and J. football team, with Miss 0
M*y E. Oakley, ot Asbton, which was j
; eolemnlxed In St. Joeephs church. b
N* - -f Bazaar Wae Successful a:
I The Ladle* Guild of the Central ti
I Christian churoh held a successful M
k\ bazaar on Friday and Saturday ot o:
'LEY'S
^n.\
CxCflDlflj^^BSi j|W^ * *AL/\
i Co-Operation of Buye
and Sellers
Never in the history
our country has there be
greater necessity for (
operation between m<
it i
cnants ana customer, n
year Christmas shoppi:
has many conditions th
require more sincere a
plication of 'give and tal
policies. Your store \\
do its part and we km
that you will do yours.
Carry as many sm;
, packages as possible.
Careful consideration
purchases will minimi
r_ returns.
^ Do not over-buy" on m
terials needed for war
e Italian Silk Unde
wear tor Gilts
e
They are so pretty anc
g nice for gifts that they ai
very important part of
-iAL T-r?
giiL coutxuiun. nowever ;
c, may fall in love witih tt
yourself.
c' Opera Top Vests for e\
ing wear, pink $2.50.
c> Bloomers, white or pi
c. $3.00 to $6.50.
Envelope Chemise $<
!c to $5.00.*
Silk Lisle Bodice Ve
75c.
Silk Lisle Union Suits hand
diet top, $2.00 and $2.50.'
Mercerized Lisle Bodice U
Suits with ribbon shoulder st
31.50 and $2.00.
Silk Union Suits $4.50.
(Third Floor Annex)
3i a Royal Gift
ius occasion for every membe
from our stock of Victrola
0 to $30, $45, $57.50 and on u
:ords.
Fourth Floor.
\L EVENTS ||
ist week In the Professional building
n Cleveland avenue. The splendid
ne of articles for sale sold rapidly
nd a larger sum than anticipated was
aallzed which will be applied to the
burch debt. Mrs .Cora Ott, president
f the organlzatloln, met with the
earty co-operation of members of the
rganizatlon.
* *
? Coming for Holiday*
Fairmont young people who are atHiding
out of town schools and colless
have already begun to arrive home
>r the holidays. Several arrived last
venlng. Including the Misses Luclle
haln, Louise Hlte and Eleanor Fox,
-om Miss Bristol's school In Washigton,
D. C., and Mlss Edith Hart
mn rrom ice beiana Powers dralatlc
school In Boston. Miss Eleanor
eddlcord arrived home several days
so from St. Edith's school, at Brls>w,
Pa. Tin Thursday the arrivals
111 Include Miss Mary Frances Harty,
ot Smith College, Northampton,
lass., and her guest Misses Mary
[arsb, ot Birmingham, Ala. The
[lsses Mary Margaret Talbott, Milred
Haymond and Amelia Bennett,
r Mary Monnt, Tarrytown, on the
hdson; Miss Miriam Rock and
rather John Rock, 3d ot St. Edith's
t Bristow, Va.; Miss Elolse Shain
id Miss Lonlse Hallof Mt. De Chand
Academy, In Wheeling, and the
Uses Mary Greer and Virgin laCook i
\ Birmingham CoUege, Birmingham,
?; 1
Open Ev<
4
>
Five D?
The number of days
makes a difference.
And here's the big pi
Christmas list, will sav
complete readiness to s<
Try us today.
rs
en
it' Jlt/or"
5.50
sts,
cro~
nion,
raps,
^Gift:
r
Silk, Linen and Cotton
_ Handkerchiefs ... 5c to $1.50
? Silk Hosiery $1.00 to $5.00
n Gloves .... $2.00. $2.50, $3.50
Blouses $3.75 to $22.50
Pictures 50c to $2.50
Bathrobe Blankets .. $4 and $5
I I auiuiuuuuu AUOSB $3.DU to $1E>.UU
?? Turkish Towel Sets $4.50
Pa. Others will arrive on Friday 1
morning, Including the Misses Ruth '
Phillips and Helen Robinson from !
Ouston Hall in Washington, the i
Misses Florence and Laura Lee K-!- i
chlnson from Notre Dame, Fhlladel- :
phla and Miss Kathryn Arnett, of
the Cathedral School, Garden City, L. ]
I., and the tatter's brother, Bernard :
Arnett, of Bordentown Military .
academy. Robert and James Hutchinson
will also come home on Friday :
from Bordentown and Paul HutchlnBon
will come from Culver, Ind. The ;
Misses Virginia Alexander and Mildred
LoMasters will also arrive home
from Philadelphia Friday where they
attended Miss Sayward's school at
Overbrook, as will Miss Frances Helmlck,
from Sweet Briar College, In
Virginia. Miss Mary Hurst who attends
the Winchester school In Pittsburgh,
will come Some on Sunday.
Miss Angela Hart, who attends St.
Joseph's school In Grensburg, will
arrive home the latter part ot the ;
week and James Hart Is expected :
home Friday from Baltimore, where 1
he Is a student. '
? <
Married In City.
Hugh M. Davis and Miss Leulla Phillips,
both of Mannlngton, were united
in marriage yesterday in this city at
the home ot the officiating minister. :
Rev. R. J. Yoak, on Second street. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Davis have gone to Pitts- ,
burgh where they will reside.
? 1
Celebrated Birthday Annlvereary. j
Honoring the eightieth birthday an- 1
Diversary ot her mother, Mrs. Jane i
Ingman, Mrs. Fred Fleming entertain- ]
ed a number of ygegtg at dinner ye?- j
enings Until Ch
ays Until CI
is dwindling steadily. Evei
oint, a few hours spent no\
e you a whole day later in tl
srve the Christmas shopper
Christmas
loliday Sal
\ ot FUI
\ VVCUllCSUd
\ with a large and
Pzfyi beautiful furs.
has been with us
excellent success
.1 vise and help cu
tion.
Every Beau
1 Truly Lab
I- by the Ha
Caps, Stoles, I
Sets in the popu
the latest fashioi
Every single p
vidually inspecte
pert and it is he
best fur possibl
very reasonable.
Every woman
predate a gift o:
(Sec
1J
Fancy Baskets .. $1.00 to $5.00
Fancy Knitting Bags 50c to $5.00
Electric Lamps .. $2.50 to $30.00
Sewing Cabinets .. $3.75 to $15
Telephone Stands $3.95 to $15.00
Cedar Chests .... $5.00 to $30.00
Books 25c to $1.75
Bibles $1.50 to $5.00
Testaments 25c to 65c
terday at her home on Main street
The guests who Included relatives and
Intimate trlendB, were Mrs. John B
Crane. Mrs. Llanle Hall, Mrs. Margaret
Granger, Mrs. John W. Everhart, Mrs
N. C. Cochran, Mrs. John Fisher, Mrs
Sabina Hill, Miss Ellen Madeira, Mrs
R. L. Cunningham, Mrs. Allle Haymond
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. BroomSeld, Mrs. 0
1. Fleming, Miss Jennie Fleming
Miss Martha Fleming, Mrs. Marls
Fleming, Mrs. Alice Chorpenlng, the
latter two of Clarksburg, and Mrs
Howard N. Ogden, of Chicago.
To Meet Wednesday.
The Standard Bearers, a missionary
organization of young girls of the Flrsi
M. E. church, will meet on Wednesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home oi
Miss Loralne Altmfln, at 812 Emersoi
street. Miss Luclle Htte is presldeni
of the new organlatlon and Mrs! Rich
ard Hall Is counsellor. ' A Chrlstmai
program will be rendered at the meet
ing tomorrow which will be composer
r>l readings and music. All young clrli
Df the church between the ages of 1!
iod 17 are asked to Join the organiza
lion.
Marriage Announced.
Announcement has been made li
Parkersburg of the marriage of Mist
Mary Archer, of Jackson county, to 0
3. Shepherd, of Parkersburg, now em'
ployed with Jamison Mine No. 9, neai
lere. The marriage was solemnised
n Marietta, O, on Wednesday preced
ng Thanksgiving day but was not an
jounced for a week pending their de
'arture for this city where they are
ristmas
iristmas
ry twenty four hours
v in shopping on your
he week. This store is in
with efficient dispatch.
?
mo
y, December 19th the
i. complete showing of Dei
An expert furrier who Toj
before and met with such gra
i, will be on hand to ad- larj
stomers in making selecititul
Fur is Here,
led and Backed i
rtley Guarantee Fit
Scarfs, Muffs, Coats and ma:
lar -furs and made up in
as.
iece of fur has been indiid
and selected by an ex- V
re because it is the very
e at the price, which is I
Wil
loves furs and will ap- j
f furs for her Christmas.
:ond Floor)
lONS^ $I
Kayser Silk Camisoles
............ $1,25 to $3.50
Leather Hand Gags $1.50 to $8.50
Manicure Sets .... $1.60 to $8.50
Collar Boxbb .... $1.00 to $3.00
China Chocolate Sets $2.50 to $6
Bon Bon Dishes .. 25c to $2.00
Nut Sets 50c, 95c, to $1.25 ?
Sandwich Trava - *1 7K to S3 Of
ill PERSONALS if
' ,. j
) Mrs. Adam Peters left this morning
) for Elklns, where she will spend a
j few days with ber mother.
Mrs. Jennie Engle has re tamed
, from Philadelphia, where she had
L been the guest of her sister, Mrs. H.
) H. Taylor. Mrs. Engle also attended
. the National W. C. T. U. convention
at Washington, D. C.
A daughter was horn Saturday to
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Proudfoot, at
r their home in Clarksburg. Mrs.
. Proudfoot was formerly Miss Mabel
r Gatrill, and was a former resident
t of this city. ?
t Miss Kathleen Prlckett, who la a
. student at the Domestic Science and
. art school at Washington, D. C., will
. arrive home the latter part ol the
waal* 4A MM An J 41IA ? - . 4 ' ?
ncoa m> D|JDUU uiu vUHOUilCM VAU1UUU
[ with her sister, Mies Ethel Prlckett.
Miss Edith Hartm&n arrived here .
last night from Boston, where she at- !
tends the Leland Powers Dramatic !
school. She will spend the holidays !
vacation with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Hartman at the Wat
son hotel.
Born - on December 13th, to Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Baxr at Falrrlew, a
son. He has been named Reason Habert
Barr.
Mrs. Howard N. Ogden, ot Chicago,i
Is here to spend*the Christmas holidays
with her sister, Mrs. K. L.
Cunningham.
Mrs. M. G. Clayton, of Manningtpn,
was here yesterday, the guest
of relatives. She was accompanied
/ P .. f:. ; ~
HARTL
at
A Wonder !
seful, Practical <
Playthi
To Complete the Christmas
Growing (
l revelation in toy land for
erent toys that will appeal to
is to amuse and fondle; toys 1
icational and practical toys tl
iwing minds of every age.
t's Christmas time for Child
thers owe it to each little cli
ir fill of happiness out of thi
Ihoo Flys, Wagons, Sleds, Di
sks. Kiddv Kars. Stoves. Dre
rs, Beds, Trains, Autos, Velc
,phs, Magic Lanterns, Hobby
and small toys. 25c to $9.
Parker Bros.' Best
Selling Games
'oy town games, drawing out
, Knitting Sets, Rook, Pit
ich, Croquet, Ten Pins anc
ny others.
25c to $3.00
OKS?Good Wholesome Res
Jvery Child Should Know ser
'airy Tales, Heroes, Earth a
id Flowers, Essays and other;
toy Scout Series 60c each.
Useful Things
Smoking sets and stands |
l r?r? j _ art rA I mo
L.<50 1,0 $<.0U. ,>)
Collar Boxes $100 to $2.
Fitall Collar Kits, $1.75.
Gloves 50c and up.
Ties, 25c to $2.50. $1
Bath Robes $5 to $15.
Shirts $1.50 to $10.00.
Grove, who will spend several weeks
there.
Mrs. H. W. Pratt and little daughter,
who bad been the guest of the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Vanata, on the East Side, return
ed to their home in Wheeling yes.
terday.
MRS N. 8. HAWKINS BURIED
Funeral services over the body olj
Mrs. N. S. Hawkins, whose death occurred
on Sunday at her home onj
State street, were held this afternoon
at 2 o'clock from the Meadowdale
church by Rev. O. C. Phillips, A
brief service at the home proceeded
the services at the church. Interment
was made in the Meadowdale
Cemetery by Undertaker Musgrave
and Son.
THE WOMAN'S SHOP
MRS. MINNIE MARTIN
A gift can be beautiful and at the
same time practical Exquisite
things In blouses, silk petticoats,
hand made pieces, perfumes and
toilet articles which are also practical
are'at the Woman's Shop.
The Woman's Shop is Fairmont's
newest and most complete specialty
shop and Is In the Carpenter
building on the corner opposite the
Grand Theatre.
I
Show of iM ill
ind Instructive ' f|i
i Happiness of Every |
all to gaze at. Distinctly i
i boys and girls of all ages,
that move and spin; ueful* ' ;
lat will build and train the
Iren, and you fathers and . S
lerub to see that they get
s wonderful Toy displays, j 1
oil Carts, Chairs, Horses, |||H
sses, Wardrobes, Rocking. 1;; :|
>cipedes, Animals, Phono- ? f
Horses and thousands of ; |||
iding for Boys and Girls'; ^|f
* 1
i too numerous to mention ; ^
tor a Mam II
Traveling Bags $5 to . j* |fj|
Sox 15c to $3.50.
Mufflers $1.00 to $10.' 1 I
Handkerchiefs, 10c to" p jjjg
Suspenders, 50c to $1.50 ,v I
ft l
Milk For Sale!
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