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FrW-y. August 23. 1*1*. STONE Sc THOMAS * | Friday Morning Specials Store Closes at Noon To-day—Employees' Weekly Half-Holiday T\° YOUR Friday shopping this morning because this store will close at noon on account of our Employees’ Weekly Half-Holiday. We have provided some striking offering* for the morning’s selling to the end that practicaily a full day’s volume of business may be transacted m the four hours the store is open. Values such as these never yet failed to produce a rousing response—offerings on sale from 8 A. M. to 12 M. only at these prices: Carpet Floor Friday Specials A NUMBER of more than ordinarily attractive offerings will feature Friday morning’s selling on the Carpet Floor: Japanese Cotton-Warp Matting in a good variety of pat 1 P terns, fegularly 25c a yard; sale price. XvV Drummer's Samples of Brussels Carpet Borders. %-yard wide and t Vi-ytfds long, worth $ 100 a yard; sale price. 49c Lot of Extra-Quality Japanese Matting Room-Size Qr Rugs. 9x12 feet. $.V00 value; sale price. /O Lot of Brussels Hearth Rugs, size 27x54 inches. Si 00 value; sale price. I vl Lot of Cloth Window Shades mounted on spring rollers, i A our 25c leader; sale price, each. IvV $1.98 Post Card Albums, $1.23 THIS morning at the Stationery Counter we will offer * for sale a lot of Padded-Back Imitation-Leather hound Post Card Albums with spaces for 500 cards, extension back to prevent bulging when tilled, regularly Off Sl.OSeach; sale price.. Boys’ 48c Waists at 34c I THIS morning we will sell a lot of Boys’ K. & H. Blouse * W aists in most all sizes, broken lines of -Itfc 0/1 n Waists while they last at .each. Boys’ 98c Pants at 64c 1 OT of Boys’ Fancy Knickerbocker Pants. m«*st\ light *-* colors, our regular osc leader; Friday morn- £? 4 n ing special, choice.*. Owt Friday Morning Bargains From the Bnsy Basement | A DOUBLE <luartet of special Friday morning offerirgs "'I11 be ,h«? feature of the selling in the Busy Base ment this forenoon: Inverted Gas Lights complete Old Dutch Cleanser, cleans wth lava up burner. manUe scours, polishes. 4-pound and beaded shade, neat shape. boxes regularly 35c- 't t\ i regularly 85c; sale sale price \ 190 Clothes Baskets made of whole Swift's Naphtha Laundry Soap, willow, medium size, regu’sr regular 5c bars; sale QA- ly 75c; sale 4Q price. 10 bars for_OvFC price. .. 4O0 Swift's Wool Soap Chips, bor- Bread Toasters for use on oil, axared. for dish washing and gas or gasoline stoves, makes washing clothes; regu- fT four pieces of toast at one lar 10c boxes; sale price |C time, regularly 15c; Q I Roller Skates for boys and gins, sa*r I'r'ce.vC Union Hardw-are Company's Jelly Moulds of extra heavy make, ball bearing; steel drawn steel, round or *va■: rollers, regularly $2.25 a shape, set of three—5. 6 and pair; sale (I*-| QJf 7-inch .regularly 50c Oi price.a set; sale price.<3X0 j Drapery Fabrics by the Yard T\\° special numbers in Drapery Fabrice by the yard 1 that Friday morning shoppers will be glad' to buy at the special prices: Lot of Curtain Net. 3fi inches wide, regular 15c quality; -fl * sale price, yard .. X\/C Lot of Scrim with figured and plain centers and borders. A 4 18 and 25c qualities; sale price, vard. X4C Stone & Thomas LIST OF CASES FOR GRAND JURY FILED WITH CLERK OF COURT BY PROSECUTOR HANOLAN. Yesterday—List Is Lengthy and But Few of Cases Are Important. A lone list of the cases to he con sidered by the September crand jury, t'bich convene* on Tuesday afternoon. Feptenilx.r 3. was filed by Prosecuting A*torne\ ,f fi. Ilandlan yesterday morn me with the clerk of the circuit court The list includes twenty nine rases in which .hist ljv witnesses will be summoned The list is not quit as lone as in former rase* and with the exception of eteral pistol tot Inc and Brand larceny ■ a^es is not so import ant The li«' follows Pta'e \» u K Tolland, four rases. Brand lar<en' Sta'e vs. IndBe Grant, srand lar rent State vs Warfield Kvan«, crand lar es ny P*ate H if dross. Brand lar renv Pta'e v. Harrv Murray, pistol tot ing 1 P'a'e ts Wilbur Reaver, Brand lar ceny pta'e vs Tonec da'ta. Brand lar renv P'a'e ts tohn S' en*M. two rase* grand larren P'a'e vs Wa "r I'nnlt. pistol toting. Pta'e vs c'harh dtlpln. pistol tot to§ pfa*e r« William Itorset. pts'ol tot leg P'a'e ts .f»t.«j-h Tedrow pistol tot Ing pt'i'e vs Fill;;" Kalin p stn] toting P'a'e vs Russell Woods two rases, felon o j assault and l ist>d 'ntlnE P'ato ts |tan Murphr, grand lar renv P'a'e ts .1 Wlnesbtirg, grand lar csnv Sfa'e v* Harry Morgan, grand lar cony. State v*. Harry MeGrafT. alia* HI (liott; embezzlement. State \* William Srhrnggs. grand larceny. State v* c A Hovco, alia* .1 A • Main, forgery Slate vs I,e*||e Tannehaum. two1 care*; grand larceny State v* Stella Ice. unlawful co i habitation. State v* Charles Arnett, unlawful cohabitation State v.» Hamilton Wilson, grand > 1 larceny. State v* Annie fjoldhers. grand lar 1 ccnv State v* ftohert Carter, pandering ’ and pimping Sta'e vs .lame* Snyder and Idler! Campbell, peter Green and Delia Thomas. ODGERS NAMED AS PRINCIPAL OF WHEELING HIGH SCHOOL TO SUCCEED PROF, BRILLES At Special Meeting of the Board of Education Latt Evening. At a special meeting of the hoard ; ft education held last night, the e* , cjifpire prediction of the Intelligencer wa* verified when Prof llarrv K , Odger, of Wellnhnrg was ap|M>in'od principal of Wheeling High for the ensuing 'nr h“ l«e;ng chosen from a list of about twenty applicants Prof Odger* I* one of >h" le*dintr educator. Of W'e*t Virginia and h * ability a* *n instructor is general)* recognized m the educational »irrle* of the state Professor Odger* was for *e»me time suiiermtendent of i I.lnsly Institute hvit resigned there| about three years ago to accept a 1 more lucrative position as principal of the High school at Wellsburg. •'here he remained two years From an educational standpoint, a I b* tter man than professor (Vigors ccould not he hatl for the principal ship of Wheeling High and his ap pointment will be rs|iecially pleasing to tile bo»s of the school as he is .1 trained athk-to and Instructor in athletics. Professor (Mgers succeeds Pro fe-sor Hrilles who resigned from the position « few weeks ago EXHIBITION DAY j At Sixtcentn Street Playgrounds Proves Very Successful and • s Well Attended. An interesting exhibition was given nt the Sixteenth str-et playgrounds yesterday afternoon, under the an spires of the Wheeling I’lav grounds * Association, and directed hv Miss t Oral Kick-ns and Harrv Weller The exhibition w as participated in by I nearly >" kiddies, and was attended to many of the mo'hcrs of the rhll dren The manv different drills and exer cises that have been taught by the efficient director* were earrk I nu* w thout s mistake, anti fh*- accuracy with which each exercise was accom pi shed falls l.f'le shor- of wonderful end testifies to the interest and untlr ing efforts which the directors have glven the work THE LATEST MAGAZINES ^Vaawly and dully t>ftp*rn, fW,**. p.»*t I r*r\Va f.rniah «n<1 da-' llvpf all |*M' II t y (La >»«r at pub prtraa. C. H. QUIMBY BooKsiri.r.F.n as’Ip vsrwHiifcAutR llu MAIM STB. EXT - -J WORK COMMENCED ON NEW INDUSTRY CONTRACTORS AT WORK ON PLANT OF WHEELING SHEET AND TIN PLATE CO. Work on Structure Will Be Pushed and Expected to Be Completed In Several Months. The recently organised Wheeling | Sheet and Tin Plate Cnmpanv Is lobing no time tn preparing for active opera-’ lion* and contracts for the construc tion of the plant have already he.-n awarded, making It possible for the plant to be ready for use before win ter ana in Wednesday the deed conveying th*> M* dill farm near Tlltonsvllle to th n-w company was placed on record at t he county seat of Jefferson county i and the farm is an ideal location for • he plant a* it contains forivelgh: acres atid Is reorient to the Win- Img and l.akr Krte and the Cleveland and Pittsburgh railroads, which assures th company ample shipping facilities. The contract for the construction of 'he plant was awarded to lnach>-r a Sons, conirac.irs nf Pittsburgh, and this Arm now has engineers on the ground, laving otp the foundation The only thing that will hold hack the wor* '■n the plant m the dlfflrulty of flnd-ng 1 ;ibor< rs to builtl the foundation an 1 i* I* eg ported tha' the material for the construct ion of the plant will h« "Tt th*- ground long b'fore 1h<> founds • 'on Is completed G. Ed. Men Jel O Co. roagan nraar-rsojLa amu bkiai.m ru !<* Stain Ftrset. tvtiett ng. Wmi vw Call nlsbt or >taa. Kither Dhons - » I I _ _ DRESS PARADE WASJFEATURE OF BOYS' BRIGADE ENCAMPMENT ABOVE ELM GROVE Last Evening—Camp Hartman Now Under Military Regulations— Many Visitors. Camp Hartman, on the Miller farm, up nig Wheeling creek. I* now aa fully established as a regular t'nlted States army camp, the finishing touches har ing been placed ot^ the camp yester day morning and afternoon. When the last stakes were driven around the headquarters late yesterday aft ernoon the camp stood out complete In all detail and starting with today the regulations governing a national army in encampment will be carried out. The routine was dispensed with yesterday, as the officers in charge were anxious to have all the tents, etc., erected before putting the boys down to hard w'ork. The high flag polo was erected yesterday and a full sired American flag was unfurled from General Caldahaugh stated last evening that everything Is now tn tip top shape and that the boys were In the best of health. There has not yet been a single case of sickness among the L’OO youngsters and there j Is not likely tn be many, ns the ramp will be conducted along the most sanl. tar\ lines possible Retreat and dress parade was held last evening at Polo o'clock and several visitors were pre sent to witne.'S the ceremony which was very Impressive. The boys had a bathing hour yesterday, regardless of the fact that they were anxious to get all the tents up. There will b« nothing doing except the routine in the camp until tomorrow when a big field meet will lie held. The boys will compete In companies and owing to the rivalry the various athletic events will np doubt be closely contested Quite a number of, friends and rela tives of the lioys are planning to go up tomorrow morning and remain at the ramp all day. Illble contests will he held Sunday in connection with re ligious services. MAGGIE BURKE GETS THREE MONTHS ON THE HILL Maggie Ilurke was the chief attrac- [ tion in police court yesterday morn- I Ing having been arrested by Officer 1 Fitzgerald about 1 o'clock In the morn- | ing. she being too drunk lo take care of lierseif. Although Maggie U an old offender I she might have beeen let down with thiriv dms if it hadn f been for her terrible temper as she was unable to kei p from telling the judge just what she thought jif him Maggie will spend the winter on the hill. Kd Kelly and I’eter l.lovd were the other offender* arraigned, having been arrested for being drunk, and thev j cot nff light with tlie minimum and costs or fifteen days £-^ A Few Pointers On ideal Metal Polish l» « It'ii "ffi cimi (VintMtn* no nrw f*t\» tir* *•* roliHhrH eltb* • r Imi or in|i| niff* l Ah a«'l«il**|v f r from arid* u n«1 lnj«iri«**i fubatanr** I*'* a iirmanent auann* Hion Will potlah any nnr r that will t«k*» a finish Thr firlih Is luatroua and * durabb* Th*' |r|n« l« rraacrabl# 11 '•*> * calbin, also in l<>c and :*br tan* Ask fur a aani(>la. John Coleman Co. Cham4*** and Dnirlri. TRECC NTOICI 16th •ad KrriP. 2010 Main Si , 2*00 Chaplins St. E=rf Qeo. E. JOHNSCo? Lingerie Dress Sale We offer our entire stock of French Mull. Voile. Flaxon. and Marquisette Dresses 1-2 PRICE All new, fresh and dainty. No mussed or soiled goods. SILK DRESSES LINEN DRESSES + n LAWN DRESSES \mS* I'rino GINGHAM DRESSES * ™ 1. 1 ILL WASH SKIRTS J Balance of the season's moat desirable Tailored Wool Suits Your Choice $10.8.1 and $12.8.1 Former Price* $24 50 and $18 SO ^ Special sale of all Ung-rie Waists. Bridge Work. Filling*, 50c per Tooth. *5 I p. 1 P Full Set of frown*, Teeth. $.'» I p $5 Ip. To whom could you trust the responsibility of sav ing or extracting yout* teeth with lo's piin and greater safety than with an old established firm tike Hill Broth ers, who for 22 years have held the largest practice in thii State? ( Mir Vitalized Air, (.is or (him I realment renders ‘ the most difficult anJ dreaded operations absolutely I painless. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Lady Attendant. Open Evening* Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. HILL BROTHERS 1019 MAIN STREET Both Phone* Wheeling. W. Va. =—" - : Geo. R. Taylor Co. “ The Progressive Store' * * Sale of Swiss Flouncings that will keenly interest all who are looking for flouncings. They are new patterns and would be suitable for next Spring wear. Very beautiful de signs* in eyelet and blind embroidery. They form erly sold up to $1.98 per yard, 27 and 45 inches wide, Sale Price 45c yard Bands to go with the above flouncings, 20c up to 50c yard. Infants' EMBROIDERED DRESS Patterns 27-inch flouncings, with bands and with edg ings—some with yokes, all neatly boxed, $1.19, $1.98, $3.50, $3.98 Those Arnold Knit Gowns ((Odd Lines) LIGHT AND HEAVY WEIGHT Have been readily selling at 5oc up to SI.55 each. W e now give you an opportunity to buy them At Exactly Yl Price Children s Eight W'eight Rompers COMES IN TAN TRIMMED IN RED AGE 1 TO 6 YEARS special Price 19c each ROMPER LAND—MARKET STREET FLOOR • When in need of the choice Perfumes, Sachets —AND— «• Toilet Soaps visit our department where vour need will be sup plied Jrom the celebrated makes: — RICHARD HUDNUT ROGERS and GALLET COLGATE’S t SANITOL . DOROTHY VERNON AZREA VANTINE’S BABCOCK’S MARY GARDEN New Turkish Hath Mats IN NFAT COLORINGS ON PLAIN WHITE GROUNDS AND IN SOLID COLORS COLORS ARE:—Green, navy, pink, lipht blue, tan. red. plain white with delicate blue border. SIZES ARE:—22x37, 24x42. 27x40. Prices Art, 50c, $1.00, Si.25 (LINEN ROOM) In connection with the above we offer some notable values in Turkish Towels that will induce many to take advantage of these prices. . Turks * Extra heavy—hemmed ends—with woven border SIZE 18x40 inches. 12 l-2c Special EXCEPTIONAL VALUE 7 urks Fxtra heavy surface that absorbs very much moisture, a regular 23c towel for 10c Special (LINEN ROOM) Read McCall s—Read McCalls’*—Read McCall s #