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TCRITTKN RT WILLIAM C. FREEMAN. Four hundred and twenty-] five men paid 81,275 for a din ner at the Onondaga Hotel in Syracuse on March 27th to listen to speakers win • were, there for the purpose of DIS-; CUSSING ADVERTISING. Besides the S 1,275 ex pended for the dinner, a con siderable sum was spent for music, decorations, and some very clever local “tatcs-offs.” 1 This dinner was given tin- i der the management of the S. j /'. M. ('dub. an organization of . Syracuse men vitally inter- i ested in advertising. The trademark of the organization is a picture of Uncle Sam. Its policy is the development of INTELLIGENT, HONEST i and EFFECTIVE ADVER TISING. Just think of getting to gether 42.5 men in a com munity of the size of Syracuse, all interested in advertising!; There were business and professional men there—the President of the Chambers of Commerce; the Mayor of the cit ywas also present, and so were Congressmen, State Sen ators, a Clergyman, who opened tne meeting, and all of, these men are ACTUALLY INTERESTED in modern ad vertising. T his all goes to show what a great hold advertising of the right kind has on everybody. One thing 'hat impressed the speakers was the spirit dis played by the newspapers of the city in this meeting—all of the business managers and proprietors CO-OPEKATTN(» in every way. and ill of them friendly toward each other. Still another remarkable thing was a request made of the committee of arrange ments, by titty women in Svr acuse, INTEREST I D IN \ND IDENTIFIED WITH \DYER TISING, to be permitted to at tend the banquet and take part in the affair—a request which had to be denied be cause all the seats had tven taken. Almost every city outside of the big metropolitan centers is able to get together once a month—sometimes oftener— great numbers of MER CHANTS AND ADVERTIS ING MEN for the purpose of discussing improvement in ad vertising methods. They are all doing a great work, which is reaching out all over the countrv an 1 the gen eral result is BETTER \D \ ERTISING than America has ever seen before, (To bt co*it:>:ufft.) oucht to do la shown 1)V h!a c.il'!i: ; tl.t* legislature ‘n specim -s,.^ ion |„ h.» message 10 the I..;, Iitnr» he ■ttongly ur,-»t the m umi ,f r, s»-<»r,K primary election |.IWf , r ,j r ille.l the legislators’ attention to the fact that both political parties were pledged to the people who sent them lo tho legislature to enact such ;1 measure. Governor Ousted. It may not be out of place to sm*e wh.v Governor O r, < mid In hi* mes-ase op thla very c e.’ion. show lint that ho whs mindful of »he con tent* of the pla'form that elected }nrn ftH gn> at nor of the Mat-, and III ; pro tiitae to i|m people to carry out the it. partitions of t: ,,t p|. if,..',., fhr to* If lay In h's power. It. m; ... one branch of the |i*a*n‘.,t nj.» fa.icl lo pas* a primary l.ill I. .* not I. ■ nr crpted that the legislature will not pas* aucli n m< aaurc ’I , . r- .re many thli.o that might !>«■ < ..m-i l< red im por ant enough to wanani being in cluded In a (nil for a r|,w ial melon, hut • ipcriehcc has shown that better legislature ha* hecn enie i»d when the I'ltcl i'or.1 have la t»n ( ,.,| I. ire I her for hni ; lew p irp ... < W| h a ptfn) : ry and It* cotiipanloii in. ,o -re lulls ihc only (in. . :lon* io*l • on|. id-r, ,1 cx< opt unviliiag that i.voices tu,. a,-t o |is mcmlH-r*. Ilo 1> gislainrs will be it lo in.. II - ir h. ,t . Ti,|iv toward pl. .IK uik.ii ihc statute book* leg,., la’ion. If | rop( rl> drafted, ii,„t «r| hl.e lo the |» (>p|i .. in long ii Is hc c cd ih*.* hat. tot li • t . i oyiuR fa r representation, m ' nl.v It. otfli • * 'it on ,>ol|i|>a| i r , , -it, Is giviu th*-ni by , p..( . -,| prlm.i end s*ri"n-( nl t< rn . , t |, A *t*e |o , i. f. i | vfi«- f . »• t * c*rar< In fl I. t -I|. I, law • ’ UVe I,. n Well •I" nt. mill tie pit'll i( win op|*i*. will Tij.t fimi mm n ( , < i,. ,, > ,. sc. . ft., returns If Ik i; .... I r*. <d. . Office ttfert of Primary Cave That it u po pi tit «•• t k |.rlm a« lion «.f the »• .( I(dinl< led. but such no #*. t t, ,’.| n>. l,.. , * I*.* r» d a for law, j, d ! if there tn, be arm., dirifen i lu J. I wli.f »< ild t - a I. .r Im re also I O', e (pi' -llon. Id' t'.e. ' • n (lonle * hai n fslr prlmar. t * . <<, p.. draft. .1 and • ■ act. | If ti , | , ,. d*.*tr. #.ne Til it the governor I-t- vc* a fair primary law can w! t... p* m*> be iikrn wfr cer'a . •• T' Is Mill, doubt bin thru i . > , cur cd the inn'iir wi", fj,.., |.renter t.rihn of |.i*l*liifo| . anil k..o H.. ,r tl< s i. and If be did net dr » t! ■ r> ... I I- u flint t*u |e .tor we>.< wllltftR to Ct-art men .. |„J», I ,. |(i., enough good Jiidcre. ,f not t.i o tt,.(l.. Ih. m In 'per is I s' tori If the pi . pb- are disappointed lh.it Is, ip,. p ' lattiro fall" to p <■ * Fitch a |*s none will I*- more disappointed than the man. itwd the ot.lv man. who roo'd convene an «• «traoidlnwry |eg|>Ptf|v • passion. Parties Pledged. The governors nw«, ip*, to the re cent session of thd legislature ivls I Mve to the primary should he read. He said: If there la one subject on which there is practically no division of ! opinion among the people of this state It Is on a primary election law. At the Kepubltcan State Conven tion held In the city of Charleston on the sth and 9th of July, 1908. It de clared In favor of a direct primary election method of making nomina tions In the following language: “ ‘We favor wfcat is know as the • direct primary election method of making nomination, as suhstantiallv incorporated jn Senate 11111 114 In troduced at the last regular session ot the legl.-.Iattire, whereby all can didates of all political parties ior all elective offices shall be nominated. Put as this will be a radical depar ture in this state. It may he wise leave the nomination of county lic it- ts optional, as to whether by prim ary or other method, as tlie proper party committee In the county may determine. Hut In no event should nnv primary be held except under state or eounty officers and under the state or county officers and un d-r the state laws governing elec tions. and all regular primaries of all parties should he held on the same date, fixed by statute.' “And the Democratic party meeting In convention In the same city, anil only a few weeks thereafter, reflected i he sentiment of n vast majority ot the voters of that party In this state In these words: “ 'We believe that all nominations for public office, state and loon), should he made by general primary eU-ctton, anil pledge outselves to t! -• enactment and enforcement of such a law.' “Kverv number of thlB legislature •’dot gs to one or the other of these t’.o great parties, and Is therefore committed and pledged bv his partj to vote for n law that will five to the people of the s*nte the same prlvl lepe to express their preferences for nomination that they now have for re - cording their choice of candidates for o.r. the em nil's ..Ion. “I believe | mu somewhat familiar wlrii the s •ntiment of people of this state iii relation to a primary i-leeilon law, and because of this knowledge i confidently expect the enactment In til's legislature of a law that w ill meet with popular approval. f’oys -If your mother buys Koval I iii * Flour, you'll get a flying nia chine with each saek. OUT THE PiliE Contnt* for Pa*utl!iff MUMiny* in Wi erl ry i p r • Awarded. Ors-r Pike N'wi. • v ?. ! 1 ■ i i i I" » • - 1 rv -:r. him! I- |». i .Ml,, , •' : ' •*> * - 'My .v l.'lti- liruv* ICai'. '■ '' 1*n> ... <i ■ ■. »* I » K 1 ' * ■ 1 •’ Mitriii t**r a "" ' ***■» »i 1 l*y t*, ,i i hi* vo i * early • .... i , ., i.inrr.■» ».i> •• rcpa.rw t • »h., rnIVr ' In* ilw HI .1 n.itit-rl.t! l-« *'•! n A ,1.x, fin .. .v, • * ' ’ W 'il> nt - n. ., !.. r ■ tit* 1 nlr.ti'tjc nr 1 it|. Ir, • . . “ i u. • . r.>n !lnf*s fur ■ i tiling ,Iay. May It. W.ll Plsy. . T ' 1 ' W. ' , ' • I* f'tr tii* (Irlni ... a , i.i. ' • ,i t; . | • (%rt* ‘•• ••ti it ;t a-.I .. . at * «la . •.. *"« I'** •• >’ • lura I lium has .-linra. • ' ■ 1 u. l ,S . . 1 ... tli.g Ilia [, . * 1 : • : ■ li, I . .tv-!. ... i , '• ‘ * !l 1 • 1-1 ■>:•" TI * il*fin,t* . ,»f I ' ft b‘ rn iti ill ; U| .. . : ., .; , ... 1 v,,i ,n *. l*r* .i son.. iiino in May. Clap*. A • la. M « <• ! . mi •» i •: Will r... II « t • .t.l g. .... 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V •» M «> i* It i*r.«l fii. ri.u 4 ;* * i' 1 !»#• i..;ot* mil •••tijnty *- • • * ritffi... * t • - . x» . ii. v. Ill « .>r «i ip | ;,v I . t t pin - r r I i 'I *• . J. *'1I| «o|:tp * s " li • • r. «'1« •• • .ter l lin '.r .% . 11.^ ^ . .1 \\ t 1, .ff t> At . S'>rtt< i o t .. V* lti»< 11 lull pit *»•!, V. F •!* f faal.t ft . inut..<t tofd-. /tr*n|f for Clildttn'i I)ijr, • i i t \i. i: * filar* l» «i Flni <%t*» U m n - «r’ v • .j. *•*« r • i in U n .1 11 Tt « r«*li<*«t'iif - (fill * Ml, , , t***| » - J i F • t I J I o. r. Ml i% . f M» I •* III V a i 4 • ;• i \»t ■ M . in, i'll* I. i » rr * Mill • . •»:. of * . if ..an «• mu • u >mi. • d** t® r«*preee»t the Sunday school at to# convention of the State Ass station, w.-ilch meets in Parkersburg, May 2. 2 and i. T. IL Le Baron was chosen as delegate anJ Mrs. p M. Stricklin araa chosen substitute delegate. Z>laa lm Ho#pitaL CTiirlw Woo.!■, a colored Inmate of the county hospital at the infirmary, died at that i lace last evening, the ause of a.ath being tuberculoses. The deceased ''** *0 >«ur« »»f age and had been In poor h«aith for some time He was brought to the hospital leas than a mont!i mao. and L**t we*-k esvaped from that Inattlu iton at night, by climbai-. out a window M** terrified the neighbor! ood in a * vicinity of t‘e infirmary by hts shrieks n:.d tried lo break Into several residences • fore lie «4» aJ jueh. n«b d by ' p H/.‘.er ant j el in the Jai. until nornlng. He Is survived bv a wife and Muall . . n. w ho r« s:.U s on the Island No funeral arrat cement a have been made^ Z.arge Attendance. A large audience was In attendance last evennlg in the First M. E. church at F in Grove. when Hon. C. \V. .Mills, of 1 .urniont. W. Va., delivered a temper* »hr# lecture. Mr Mills spoke to lard* audiences Loth T: ire lay an I Friday e enings in the church, and w.i* per suaded to remain over yesterday. Meet To-night. A meeting of the men of the Wesley Mein rial ihurcli Will 4.- held in tho cl uri this w« t.ing i r the purpose «>f oigsulxu: a ir< n*a lil.de class. Hev. .1 "• .i»»i.ne *n, pastor e*r the church, will deliver an address and several others v l. »j»nK v I ti in i*f the « ongregation me urged to attend the meeting. Start If aw Store. Folmar A Simms, the him Grove a ho.* nl**rs, have stalled a i,i*vv shoe store In Parkersburg. and F. C. Fulmar. of tho firm, will leave to-day for that city t » <*ni 1* to arriiimmuenta for the formal oiet.mg of the establishment. Oat the nia Brie;*. Bova— Tlie only way to net the Hy ing machines Is to buy Koyai Blue Flour. One aeroplane In each sackx 1 l. Clohi of 1 t cl u position wit n li.! pgper firm. In Du Imrff. Dh.. and will i»*sunu> Ills ■ utl* m In a few tluj s. T.»e litis 1* ."‘haw Mission Itnnd, of the Mo*.*, church, will hold its regular • *s * thly mn tlng nt iht home of .M * •'ul’ t 'tldiiFin', ».f iCtrn Grove, on \\« i i e\on*!.,;. lli> Harry Hreuriai; i.< tii** leader fur the meeting. The iexuUr quartet l> • ommunlon «»•:• \ c «f fho II i Pros by ter to cl'UitJi, nt «*sk It ill, \\.«s observed >.** terda? Atl**rn<M*n. K»*\ li. F. (jetty, pas t »r • f t o I mi! I'reehyterlan cnur-‘!i, conducted the *# rvh t*.-. M'*e Ai na (m'oi nur, who ha* been I M ' *»*'C a few days in I mi Vioie. Fa..1 '• i I i* ’urn to her home in Hdffdtlt* to rt or row. « •• i>.st«.*r ' flrtata ••Death and hlf*," " 1 it was repeited >**UrdiV in t i » \ ii •• Memorial church at Woodfedaie. , v is enjoyed by a large nudieti «*. Mr> Jar H nt» i rrid family, who have i visiting mi■ Hoi •* 11artU «t Him drnif, naw returned to li.cdr 1 i ?ne In Dfttaburg 11. A meet;r z »*f II • Arhtil not Pihl*' ••Pise v ill be held to-idght in the First M. K. church at Him Grove. to complete nr r :*et:i*d te I«»r t •• g . \ I nr of to* r b’rth I <n ihu h. Friday *v«*nln£, May 2*. •ui.. J. R <’rnig. of near Honey's from a r« cut attack of ln-f:npj»e. ' :i • . i»«;:t*t V. Ill er.tert.fln t> e ■ rls‘ It »mtrial Society nt ) * r hone in Kirn Grovi nrxt Friday t wr.ing. *. « i White, < f VV(*od|lWn, V..IV visit * • i da in W *.it Alexander. Da., \es t*‘-day. .• I F< >tt. • <f Datt‘*raon, Is ape:.d v day a t:e f ue t of r*. ..»tu *-.•» in I t M fH‘ ■. ir«»N<* vn hoi i ,t hji.-c lal nice- nr t tl •• ho ne of Mia* Bertha !..*«!« \\ « - nr. the yfc *. * hid v‘ «• w is i ’/ <%€*. ’ . .r IliB B-t . m it o»n. a < ♦ . • •rt f' e n*;»n ; i.-s.lj .» • cu» be ex . IP n * f u.eorre T * • 1 .r. the Well k:. .HI. < •. .'. .? -r-ar Dallas w o v > t«' • n t" ti •• Martins Ferry Pa*. - r.ir at..; itnto hi* !»•*, as a a* fsrri «•*. I . eled Bow* To j:ct a !! In« niuchino, bu) ;t fun*lv of iwo>al D.luc Flour. rnmrn (Ccnuntieil ;rcra Hnl Pace.) peace from Juare* l!i n f-om the hill* nr.niml it. \ r<- ■ ; • ntative of the Associated Fress \<. ; r< -»nt by in vitiM'on. In.inK b> > ■ Hi the tnsur V»nt fore-* much cf the time since the r.-volt broke out "ndi of tin- «H»ru**!on .vn* of n lit re the pul iicatlon «>f \.hi<:> la no i f sired at tills time. Ir may b.* si it eii, ho* ever, that f.encnt! Mmlrro b: * the tno^t 0’ithetitlc assurance* ot a liberal aijo <!e on the part of the pt \ trinunt. In fact, it ir t be slat fti <|.nr I’reslficnt liiai I* ftn'.oiis to h'ioot every meaanfe w hlch will In *;:r. the return of ihc revolutionary foViiT* tfi tb«-ir farm* ami ahoo*. v ,th il.e fce'lne that the Foverunn nt nt Mexico fity is the!.* aoveriitr.enr Mai that ever'- a th-t novemruiti can Fite flu n i<» repair the ravage* of f eyl.Tt is the.ri fer Hie naking. If v .r.t- no nneor t < ri > ■ • n < n e'lher site The llbenlif t of the prcshl. nt on every point irtimafi !y ai.C tin. ti e dally life of the p -op'.v as she" n lii the ar-urunre* given tJeneral M» ^~^UR aim is to keep our store away from the I commonplace. f In this desire our customers tell us we have suc ceeded. We believe our success has been largely due to the care with whjfi our lines are purchased, nothing less than furnitur#hat represents the highest value for its price, whether it means the fifty cent kitchen chair or the three thousand dollar bed room suite is considered. I hat is the reason we are proud of our agency for Rerkey & Gay furniture. . In buying furniture such as this you are buying it tor your Children’s Heirlooms. It’s a pleasure to show our furniture and you may examine it without obligation. U. C. FRANZHEIM CO. Everything For Housekeeping. 1126-28-30 Main St., Wheeling, W. Va. Ladies of the North Street M. E. Church wilt serve luncheon in our Third Floor Corridor, April 29th. Everyone Invited. 1 tloro, exceeds the dreams of the revolutionists themselves. The Agreement. The terms of the armistice are as follows: 1 — Both forces who operate In 1 the re<'!»n*b f. rim-d by principal I P*'lnic of Guil.uahuu, Juarer, c'rs.is llrtti'lrs nml Mtnaca -1-ill remain al the pnlT.ts t.hcv actually occupy on til I s da% (April *3i. with n»l tPcr sole advancing. nor the for warding of r* Ir.furrrm* *'te - All work on '. .rtlflratlons. trenches, battlement n 1 .*. i ii. ► 1* ftof.s or ropa'.rment < f railroad**, or ctl.fr military work M. ,l. I.c »n-n»n.lcl 3 Tt -I all t ■»• permitted to bring *n ly m -.f iiiar.*/ nil provisions, forage. clothing, medicine and other nc. eaaltlea of ‘Iff. *\ lilioitt payment r hit) Int. atcatime Honors are cs.-lo '.••! fr-.tr* • f* provision. 4—-Tills armistice al.atl rcmi'n In effect t.c* da .. t.c<(l.iulug to-.inV .it 1- o cl.ick. noon. I a •■■■'• and from camp -hull he arar.te-’ to members of tb- M,. dero family, peace commission. r«, l. -» t.aul.n : supplies and others w ' <*• .* lc - t mat.* buttes re.pi|ro t’''- pa-- . to ft-d from camp. The form of ti e pa s shrill be agree.I upon. Madero First to Sign. General Madero was the first In slrn the armi- lice, lie placed it In the hands of O-car Framif and To rIMo Koulrel Obrerron, who rode on llp-ir mltsion to .li.»r*z General Na varro then signed an Identical letter ■villi which the messenger* returned to the repel camp Hranlff Is a a. allhv citizen of the f’ity of Mexico ^ard in umale ir sportsman and avia tor Obregron Is a prominent lawyer ot the same city The pence meeting I < gnn In the rear of an adobe house on th** banks of th-' Klo Grande, across from the smelt.r on the American side. Growds of sightseer* had crossed from flic Amtricin side and a ptmrd war thrown mound !** nc.irro. dusty grounds to protert the conferees Venrwhlle. the sun growing too hot. the |.»nce eor imtssioners entered the house sod the discussion, which ’i d been Informal, became h tstroM :lkc aod serious The "sola" or par lor of the house was unusually roomy for a native “dobe," »od with the five chairs, * ked out by reinforce, motifs of beyec# n|| found seats I'archo Villa eemctj greatly pleased. Ihtn 1’ancho was a bandit, lut with the dawn of n new era he l.ftls fair to become a decent and useful citi zen. For three years Villa haunted the mount tin pm eg e„r bullion trait-M, or descended on tone’v haci endas for fi. 'l. clothing and horse* Then Ciimo the revolt, n: d with Ills men he Joined. The pasture was rich for a bandit, and after two months of being good, Don Pancho, In u moment of exhilaration, burned two grocery stores, drove a station agent from Pederrailca. and generally l'*t off steam. Pascual Oroxco or dered his arrest, hut could not catch him, and the Federal government placed a price of $2,000 on his head. Ambitious Robber. Then Madero came Into the field and placated lion Pancho. He put ambition into the soul of the robber, atnl the latter began a recruiting campaign which presently gavo him r. Ou men. He was no longer Villa tho a".lit, but Colonel Don Francisco Villa, on service in the cause of lib erty. At IhiHotllos he made a speech on*' night, with the stars looking down on the limitless brown mesa and the dim mountains In the back ground. "In Chihuahua they call me a ban dit They are wrong. Tho chiefs in Chihuahua are the real robbers. I s. n a gentleman, compared with them. Compared with that ontflt, I never kr.ew the rudiments of rob 1 cry. With honest men In office, •here w ill bo no bandits in Mexico” So I>on Pancho—Pancho being short for Francisco—was highly pleased today, and as an evidence of bis new found respectability, submit ted for the first time In his life to having his rhotograph taken. He Is a Mg man physically, with the face of »” irishman and tho fiercest eyes in tj.e world. It Is not healthful for n bandit to have !.|» photograph scat tered about, but for n colonel In a righteous cause—that Is different. Finance Minister I.imantour and Foreign Minister He I » llarra are un derstood »o be handling the govern i end of the negotiations at tho ( >'V of '.fexieo. I^tte this afternoon, rro- ima ’• In reply to the telegram sent b» C.-t . ral Madero, a long mes sage was received In camp. KILL TRACK WALKERS. Two Meet Vic’ent Death Near Beaver Fails. nr*VFIt FAT.1,8, Pa , April 22.— '■ ” Yoi ng. Of New c.vstle, and John 4 Arr’f. of Plttsbnrg. were run down bv a Pennsylvania Railroad passenger train at Kopple. near here late to-dav and Instantly killed. They war* walking the tracks. - COVEHNOr. TELIEVEB LEGISLA-j TLRE WILL E'i ACT MEASURE, j Pecaii* in Messaqe Pledges of Both Pa. tits P‘or Primary. (Soecial l C11ARU -1 < >V April 23 - If ha" ' t >t h-ivi -ii !■.'.< ago that memory dor* n.d r : f quaint raving of I iirir M:’,a s: ■ n l.r admonished tlie then fa* d i •• i" governor OT1 the I r. f t.Ml -in i ■ \ William Ellsworth , i 'jtaseork. iii wear no o’her man'* ». ;iar. ' MtlioiiBh there have hern1 > rr • per-. « v li<»m ' tnrs Sfoi U ji| to I-* r i-hi il:« ’l .ei.riBalian. n io had he* n handed the standard I - arer < I t. . r u fl.o t : kin*, had f rao'trn t: .•* etlmonitlMt* from In* title |««. Hit re it" few. If nny. w ho l" li-tved, after inveslignl uti, t i there I d been nr, iifrai-tion by 1.1• i of the U rept* I I.’. iinl F i> .li R \o I > r ’.I dr. •ion of fftivernor f: ads. m v. <4 Ir t.-i' i ntio'i to <!.i that v. Licit ho ft- I . hi* nan l.o.irt he COURT THEATRE. V.# * '»% M il 2; r*> I r. • r »« . 2: rm r.r r*R'’-/woir .. Airr r. air nr rwc fxp.c. •Ur. THr. i rovwn Loot. ’ . t: • CONCERT I’, m fit hit lint' Tenni . Club All Slnr Ferformer* \t Klls** f !iii>. Tin t'av, April 2*», H:I5 I'. M. Sr. >1# on Bale at Comer*. TAX! CABS] $3.00 PER HOUR j For Short Di 1m u m Frteo at ■arks FXCEI.M: NT SEX7I7X BURNS&CHURCH| Hack nn<1 Transfer line • OfOr*. No |]|| Mark*! «•'*.» |j Both FT’c.r.A*—. 11 Offlo*. 174. *t«bl« 471 W*-rhl. 117 Our Mutt* — | romptu* i «r.4 li WgaeaBa ■ - sss# Geo. W. Fox Clothiers, Itatter*. Tumiskers. Rrnrera, Peel & Co.’s Clothing 1310 Market St I IMcFadden’s ■ - - The Men’s Store Monday Specials I BOYS’ 98c „ || WASH SUITS. h Buster Brown, Russian or Sailor f Blouse Wash Suits for boys 2*5 to I 8 years of age. Choice assortment I of new patterns. Regular price 9Sc; I for Monday only at 69c. IEOYS’ DOUBLE KNEE “AMERICAN BOY” 15c 7 ]U„ £ SCHOOL STOCKINGS... « J ,* Fine rib, fast color black school | A stockings, sizes 5 to 15 years. Spe- I cial for Monday only, at 7l/z cents I 1 a pair 3 I BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ ft BEST 50c nnn P SCHOOL UMBRELLAS_ With strong steel frames and new style handles. Special for Monday only at 20 cents. MEN’S 50 CENT BEST CHEVIOT N WORKING SHIRTS. With soft collars on the shirts— $ pocket—double sewed seams—neck , sizes 14 to 1.5*4. Special for Mon- a day only at 25 cents. BOYS’CO CENT MADRAS AND PERCALE 9rn SCHOOL SHIRTS.&GL fj With neck bands so that linen or rubber collars can be worn—neck < size-; 12*1- to ll. Special for Mon day onlv at 25 cents. 5 EVl c f ADD N Everything Men and Boys Wear. ’ 1122 and 1124 Market Street. Parties Must Pass State Primary Law Automobile r(nd 'Mor Boit Accessories i » („• ■ r»te-J M ,r I -r j.jo I ■!! I. .ml l» • l»i. mile*. V. • al a ' -irry In at *-it Sto. t ie Uat'.e'-r* Ori r.i'terlqq H,t»rk tC'i* Spare p'uij* v ypnrt'.q Amn et*r* Voir p»ef >n Bull Cinq f.nnnertr.rq Bitlery S*'tet>»« Miniature I lu«h ^aitehrt Po Iaf Ity Inrfl' itory O. t f <l«j# foetal Pnll*H Tudt'l'p l r r>« ».,f Htt'DI^tu rr S>r1eitqMq Tr'.ut't M n'»r l mol Gee Electric Co. 1H lo eH rntirWnt' St. Wheeling. W. V*. 1 • <5HE PALACE "A | F o r Quality $6.38 up I urniture and Carpets $I190 „ I $12.75 Inf Mila urifiitwry cotirh roni f*(< !«• v till n ff i mnitrviM. ram> to operal*. < itinc an<l II." Rugs 9»l2 »l/ra INORAIN SI C8. »' M. *7.14. *8 16 BRUSSELS tf OJ. $12.75. $14 8*, $1700 BODY BRUSSELS Tho h. at at. %27 00 AX MINSTER *23 SO. $25.->0 WILTON *31.S7, *33.97 t M The Ho osier SPECIAL. Kitchen Cabinet I2A.00 on th** flub plan; $1 m» to Join; (I imi p«r week. J LACE CURTAINS Oii-r W«* pattern# lo a*-lert from, i In ( li ny, N<>tiln ham. Irish Point, Uehn.ita«ani«\ \larte Vntoinottf. Km hrf'Mfr.-<l Si rim, and t'ahlo Not*. Priced from 83c up to $8.00 1 *uw—mr .i meninua top anrl f kittovn MACEV SECTIONAL • Koo^c Case Klnlahed <n Oak. K.irly Knilllll. 'Uhimiwfijr We ran furnlah (hem to lit any room Carpets GRANITE. J»c par yard. INGRAIN 42’ »e. #J*4C, 72' ye per *ar<J BRUSSELS 51c, 59' jt. 72'4c 8C»4e, *»',c per yard VELVETS 85c. *108'4. $1.14\*. per yard.