I LOCAL SOC1
Mrs* L. M. Bryant entertained yesterday
afternoon at her home on
Fourth street at a prettily appointed
card party honoring Mrs. L. W. Scott
od Chattanooga Term., -who Is the
guest of her sister Mrs. Ralph Burt In
Realized Nice Sum,
Hie Birthday party given by the Ladles
AM Society of tile Southern Moth
odlzt Episcopal church last evening
wag a decided success and was enjoyed
toy a large number of the congregation
and blends at the church. A nice sum
of jnoney was realized.
The Temple Guild will hold a meeting
tonight at 8 o'clock at the home
of Mm. Ernest Sherwood on Rhea Terrace
An Interesting program will be
earned out and all members are urged
to be present'
, Meeting Today.
The Stoetzer Circle of the Westminister
Guild Is meeting this afternoon.
An Interesting program Is being
carried out by the members of the
Entertainment This Evening.
"A Midsummers Day" Is the title of
a pretty play which will be given this
evening at the Fleming school house;
An admission ot 25 cents will be charg
Parcel Pott Sale.
The J. M. Black class of the Presbyterian
church will hold a pared post
! sale this evening in the social rooms
of the church. In connection with the
sale homemade candles will be on sale
An old time fiddlers contest win be
staged this evening at the East Park
community house when a number of
Cddlers will contest for soveral prizes
which will be awarded. An admission
of ten and twenty five cents will be
To Have Float.
A committee appointed by the Robert
E. Lee chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy will confer
with a committee from the Ladles
of the Cf. A. R. at a meeting to be
held on next Monday relative to a float
which the two organizations propose
to have in the home coming celebration
for Marlon county soldiers and
Bailors-to be held May 30. It Is proposed
It plans can be worked out successfully
to have the Blue and the
Grey mingle In the decorations of this
float. The committee from the Robert
E. Lee chapter Is composed of Mesdames
Emory McKlnney, Edwin Robinson
and Mason Wood.
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To Attend Junior Prom.
Miss Ruth Phillips and her guest
A >Mlss Norma Tucker of Covington. Ky..
T5nviU attend the Junior Prom at Morgantown
and will be guets of Miss
Jane McDonald while there.
Quests In City,
Mr*, and Mrs. W. E. Arnett hare as
their guests at their home on Pennsylvania
avenue Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peppers
of Parkersburg. Mr. Peppers recently
returned from overseas with the
Y. M. C. A. Mrs. C. B. Chancellor of
Parkersburg who attended the shrine
meeting last night at Clarksburg will
come here this evening for a visit
and she will he accompanied home by
Mrs. Samuel I^eerper who went to
Clarkdburg yesterday for the meeting
of the Ladles Shrine.
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The C. A.
THE STORE OF Q
THE STORE OF Q>
(THE STORE OFyS
\HE STORE DEPI
Wher^You ^ill Fi^d E
most approved styles atJ
to suit youJ I 7 /
At prpent we fl&e
chines?sap oitr/ raraow
*< the worm's c (hiwig tali
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2nd hanrf Organs
| player pianos at jwactic
A complete line of i
^ Hny TTvnAviAM^
AL EVENTS j j
Ticket* are celling rapidly for the
appearance here on next Wednesday of
Slgnor Alberto Salvl, famous Italian
harpist who will give a concert under
the direction of the Music department
of the Woman's club at the First
Methodist Hplecopal church. The
young artist is <bnt 25 years of age but
Is already recognized among Che famous
artiste of the present day. Salvl
seldom appears In a city of this size
bat owing to the fact that he had an
open date the music club tool: advantage
of this to secure him for this
dty. Tickets were placed at the pep
ular price of one dollar.
Christian Science Lecture.
The Christian Science society of
Morgan town announces a free lecture
on Christian Science to be given this
evening at the Masonic Temple begin- i
nlng at eight o'clock. The lecture will
be given by Virgin O. Striokler, C. B.
S. New York, member of the Board
of Lectureship of the Mother church,
the First church of Christ of Boston,
Mass, The public Is Inrlted to hoar
this address. Several local persons
are planning to attend the lectures tonight
Mrs. Frederick Randall and children,
Miss Elizabeth, Freeerlck and
Georgo. have arrived here from their
homo at Santa Barbara, Cat, to spend
some time with Mrs. Randall's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Watson, on
Fairmont avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Watson
recently returned from Baltimore,
where they had eben for some time.
Captain Randall has been engaged In
the Areo groundplane service of the
U .S. government and has seen foreign
To Arrive Tomorrow.
Mrs. J. E. Watson will arrive here
tomorrow from her winter home In
New York to spend some time at
Hlghgate. She will be accompanied
here by Captain and Mrs. George
Stockley, who will spend some time
here previous to going to New York,
where they will reside.
Home from White Sulphur.
Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas Waitson
have returned from White Sulphur
Springs, wheer they had spent
Miss Ethel Holntzelman has returned
from an extended viBit to New
York and Boston.
Mrs. A. L. Heffner and daughter,
MIbb Naomi, have returned from a
visit at Pittsburgh.
Ralph Burt is quite lR at hlB home
in the Rhea Terrace apartments.
Mrs. Jennie N. Hupp 1b at Columbus
Ohio, where she is attending the National
convention of the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen. She was met there by her
son, Aries Miller, of Los Angeles, who
is also attending the convention. Mr.
Miller will accompany his mother here
for a visit
Mrs/ H. C. OoTber of Wilmington,
Del., who had been visiting in this
oity is Spending a short time with
relatives in. Morgan town.
Guy Fleming, son of Iawrence Fleming
underwent an operation on Wednesday
at Cook hospital and is doing
nicely at this time.
s rromised a
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pices of the
of the Woman's Club
: Store \
III I I I III mrn 1
IvcrytKing as Represented.
s atid Talking Machines of
she lowest prices and terms
, a fine line ot Victor Madisplay?and
dng njachine?1The Bruns/
in good shape traded in on
ally your own price.
nusic rolls and records.
e Your Safeguard.
119 MAIN ST.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
60c Quality Imported Huck Towels?made
Size 22x36 inches. ?3rd Ann
RARE IS AN OPPi
TION, VIEW TOD.
Special Purchases a
Suits that ordinarily sell for very m
are featured in this selling and there are
practically every type. Fine Tricotine, Se
et Twill and Gabardine. Every latq sty!
found in the collection.
Who ever finds It possible 1
dressed -without at least one suit
robe? There are the trips Into to
el trips, the little dally needs w
a 8u't- These suits were esped
/MM with regard to their tailoring.
f. 1 M admirable, too, and the linings a
j I B H figured silks of marked loveliness
VSfirjv^j $18.00 to $25.00 Suits, ni
$29.50 to $35.00 Suits, m
$37.50 to $42.50 Suits, n<
\ $45.00 to $52.50 Suits, n
\ 55.00 to $59.50 Suits, n<
' $60.00 to $69.50 Suits, m
I $72.50 to $79.50 Suits, n<
$85.00 to $112.00 Suits, n
Misses' Sizes, Regula:
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The Height ot the blouse "]
Season Finds Our
This is a season when one ci nnot* have too many
Blouses, and hero they are frofc the fresh tub
blouBes to the elaborate Rue Jon Blouse, to go l
beautifully with your suit. w
Voile Blouses, Stripod Wash Silk Blouses, Georgette
Blouses?dozens of styles?$1.50 to $20.00.
The Last Word
in Comtortable /^\ AT
rrhere Isn't a woman who
hasn't envied her father or
brother his cool and comfort*. HsiV?
ble athletic underwear, and
now her day la here. What Cl?
feminine person hasn't wished
for just such underwear to be * The^e bea
made for women? ' . ? ,
pecially to the
Manufacturers put their heads have the necess
together and as the result we ^ ^ offere
have the pleasure of offering . rrru -cr
ings. ihey ofl
welUcut fabric union suits , , , .
, . ? , ? can be had in a
made of barred muslin and
batiste at J1.50 and $2.00.
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ue Shopping Opportun
lady Who Appreciate
ORTUNITY WHICH?LIKE THIS?ENABLE
THOUT SACRIFICING TASTE, TRUE STYLE
AY'S OFFERINGS, WHETHER OR NOT Y
nd the Necessity for 1
Goods Are Responsible
Low Prices of These
s, Capes, Coats
gxl What Could Be
rge, Poir- Gift Bu
le will be
x> feel wellIn
her ward- At this time of thie year when
wn, the trav- tion, wedding or birthday gift, this
hicb demand ary interest,
ally selected J
Fabrics aro Here is a very fine collection
re plain and ail usefui anci an added attraction
le. Everything from a letter oper
<S1 _ n Every piece is supposed to have a
dw $io.uu perfection is so slight that in mos'
ow $23.50 miss or woman, will appreciate a
ov. $29.50 __
ow $37.50 i he (Loliec
fsi *0 Brushes ,.. 98c to $2.98
Mirrors $1.48 to $2.98
ow $57.50 Combs 48c to 68c
ow $67.50 Puff Boxes 58c to $1.18
Cream Boxes 34c to $1.18
r Sizes, Hair Receivers 58c to $1.18
Trays i 34c to $1.8S
Phisis Indeed a Noteworthy
i Selling of
Special plrchase^ enable us to offer
more thtfc the usual quantity and
variety of Stylish Now Dresses at
vott attractive prices.
Bhould you desire a Dress tor jtt
ternoon, day wear or any occasion it
will be to your advantage tp^elect
at dnce from these ve:ji>?ceptlonal
f vaiuc. a lie TMi? are i&iieias.
Georgette JOrepe, 9ptin, Foulard.
(5repe-de-Chlne, Crepe Meteor and Trl.
colette. In all the desirable colors.
Blzes 14 to 16?<56 to 44.
$16.00 to $18.60 Dresses, now $12.76
$22.50 to $27.60 Dreses, now $17.75
$29.50 to $32.50 Dresses, now $22.75
$35.00 to $42.50 Dresses, now $26.75
$55.00 to $65.00 Dresses, now $41.75
s and Pumps in Capes,
Latest Modes p*
Ready for You
New Styles and nobbier ones
we never offered are now on
sale and we are s(Ve you will ,
be delighted with the variety
Not only the comfortable
MJBMfrf I feeling, but the graceful cus- ...
lom ,tnes the Pleasing fit and fu
the detail of finish, will make
these your choice.
$7.60 to $11.00 j?e/?V, \
ou Seen the New \yi '
sarflax Rugs ? \Jj |
utiful floor coverings appeal eseconomical
lary durability to stand hard usage
d in a great variety of rich color- &
fer another advantage in that they
ny size you desire.
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BOOKS FOR CHILDREN. WWholesome
Books for Boys and Girts
found in our "Toy Corner" in the ^ Ir
ity Is This for ?
S ONE TO
AND DISTINC- H
Room for |
for the |p
More Welcome to II
/Toilet Articles 1
almost everybody is buying a gradua- II
s sale is an opportunity of extraordinof
handsome Ivory Toilet Articles?
to any girl's or woman's dressing tabler
to a fine clock or nice hair brush,
t very slight imperfection but the imt
cases it defies detection. Any girl,
nice ivory piece.
i Picture Frames 68c
> Letter Openers 34c
: Clocks $2.58
i Hat Pin Holders 68c
I Corn Knives 34c
1 Button Hooks 29c
Nail Files 29c
Dozens of Summer Hats
at $5 to $15^^ ^ I
Hats that would ordinarily aell for mnch mcro
are featured here at $5.00. There are styles for
Dracticallv everv tvD?. Ontrfrh
, W-- . MHI.WTM UBVD, UOW
so much "in favor and trieornes glossy black hats
trimmed with glycerine ostrich laquered ribbon and
flower trimmed styles transparent styles, novelties
of puffed rice straw and many others. <'
Also there are some very attractive Panama Hits R
at $4.54 In an excellent assortment and all tastefully
made and trimmed.
Coats and Dolmans ||
rming Spring Styles at
t Prices of the Season If
These ganraents are delightful fox
summer needs. They are smartly developed
of fabrics of beantifnl quality
& with graceful rolling collars and strap
3 girdles, rows of pretty buttons and B-2
? often with a touch of color promiScrges
In nary blue, gflvertones.
velours and rich silks in very handsome
styles?many lined with beautl$18.00
to $22.50 Garments .. $13.75
$25.00 to $28.50 Garments, now $10.75
$35.00 to $39.50 Garments now $27.75
$42.50 to $47.50 Garments now $32.78 g
$60.00 to $67-60 Garments, now $40.75
$59.60 to $87.50 Garments, now $4178 '
$85.00 to $87.60 Garments now $S3J6
Special offering of Serge Capes?
exceptional values at $7.50.
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