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i Frld"y- Augu,t * 1,1f~ STONE A THOMAS x»* w«th.^F.ir.
! Specials for Friday Morning 'T'HE last Friday Half-Holiday of the present season will be celebrated today by our * employees who have enjoyed this concession each week during July and August * for more than ten years. To make it to »our advantage to do your Friday shopping in the forenoon we quote very special prices on goods you need right now — prices that should induce a full day’s business in the four hours the store will be open. A few of the special offerings for Friday morning: Final Uearance ol All Women's Wash Dresses SX°'SAY we wiI1 P,ace.°” sale <H,r entire stocks of Women’s and Misses’ Wash Dresses of lawn, dimity and sheer colored and figured cotton fabrics at the fol lowing notable prices: 110c Gingham at 6 l-4c Lot of 27-inch Dress Ging ham in pretty styles and color ings, regular 10c quality; Fri .%Hc hosiery Special Women's Seamless Satin Finisht Stockings, shapt ankle, double heel and toe. made from Egyptian cotton, black only slightly imperfect, 19c kind; Friday morning * special . Misses' Fine Ribbed Stock ings. shapt ankle, double her-1 and toe, made of brilliant lis’e thread, black only, most all sizes, 50c quality; Fri- ftp dav morinng special. Balance of our stock of Women's Lawn and Dimity Dresses that sold at $1.98 and $2.48; choice Friday ja ! morning .4a/C Balance of our stock of Women’s Dimity and Lawn Dresses »hat sold at $2.98, $3.48 and $3.98; choice Friday QQ morning ...c/OC Balance of our stock of Women's Gingham. Chambrav and Linene Dresses that sold at $3.98, $4.98 and $G.90; (T* -| choice Friday morning. Friday Morning ™t Busy Basement •T'HF. Busy Basement will be a lively place Friday morning, far * prices such as these on staple articles can always be de pended upon to bring a big response: Sugar-and-Cream Sets of thin Fruit and Vegetable Press s, crystal glass with genuine round shape, steel frame! star and floral cutting, nert 25c kind; sale -f o shapes, regularly AOn priA .Ao? 69c; sale price, set. Gas Mantles, upright or invert- °afikniJ?tath T,“h t S^a,s’ ed. Success brand. 10c i* -o' J , ad ustible ^nd; sale price. t)C ^cc j. . 52C Cotton Clothes Lines, solid braid and waterproof. San- Economy Fruit Jars, self-scil dow brand. 50-foot lengths, mg. wide mouth. 1-qua t 25c kind; sale 1 Q size, regularly* $1.00 afT/\ price .XOC dozen; sale price... OUC Preserving Kettles of enameled Swift’s Wool Soap for the bath steel, mottled light blue our- or laundry, regular 5c bars* side and white lined. 10- sale price, 8 a* ' quart.size, regularly for . 59c; sale price.Swjf,.s Pride w>sh Viaffle Irons, size 8x8 inches, f„r scrubbing and cleanse high frame, regular- Of* regular 5c boKxcs; safe,ca™n*’ 1> 98c, sale price....OUv price . .oc Wash Goods Specials Lot of 28-inch Mercerized Cotton Foulard in pretty styles and colorings, light and dark grounds, 10c quality; Fridav morning O #/—. special. 0*/2C Lot of silk-and-Cotton Bril liant in pretty neat jacquard figures, good range of color ings. V5c quality; Friday • 7^7.1242c Curtain Scrim Lot of Curtain Scrim with plain or figured centers, bor dered, regular 12*/$c to 19c qualities; Fydav morn- "| ing special, yard.-lUC Men’s Union Suits Men's T’nlnn Suits of the rele brnteil Munsing make, two kinds made of mercerized yarns on salts Fridav morning, priced like Ibis: $2 50 Union Suits at $1.75 $2.00 Union Suits at $1.35 Wash Ties Ix>f of Men's Wash Ties, Foiir-in Hand shapes in plain while colors, regular 25c kind; Friday I 01 morning special. | Z2C Plaid Ribbons Ix»l of Wide Plaid Ribbons wi'li satin stripes, most all shad's, reg ularly 25o a yard rrl- 1 n | day morning special. I OC Friday Floor Covering Specials ss-sss '":,v?r,n,r8*"w™ - sels Carpets with finisbt ends. ,on ' ,v<‘* * -irpet In plain colors, size 22x27 inches, values J1 on to ro^- *r*‘,’n and brown. fln1*ht O Q •>■■■ *T«8 w h >. rmlae fl U . ZbC a jrart; rrhUy m< rn- no L°» of Drummers’ Samples of Uni- ,n* *P**cl:il each . 0 0C 59c ,? Cotton Blanket Specials Sinttle fol.on mank.ts. sil.. 7°x80 Heavy Twilled Cotton Hhnkets inlv re'Srly "*l 'T*"’ ?*?. T ^ in< h' s’ '« only with r* a pair; pink nnd blue stript border* 59r 00 • ^ pair .30C Continuing the Sate of Hardy Evergreen Arhor P Vttae I >rarnidalis Trees worth $5 C* “I £) and more for. tPXaOy STONE & THOMAsI COURT THEATRE ! OPENS TOMORROW Thomas VV. Kns* and the original Olympic theater, Chicago, c ast w; 11 give two performances at Wlnrhdl Smith's newest success. "Tlie Only' Son ' at the Court Theater tomorrow In the supporting rnmiuuiy are many prominent stage favorites, including Lixrte Hudson Collier, an actref well known In Wheeling she having ap peared her* previously with other no table players The only- Son'' Is said j to stand as a truly remarkable drama Three attractions will occupy the' stage of the court next week, each for < • period of two days llowt 's remark ' able moving picture* will be exhibited twice Mnndnv and at night only on Tuevdav, "The Srmg Maid." with f>en< i/meska. a large cast and chorus : and special orchestra, follows on Wed ___ I nesday and Thursday. William Far mini in • Th.- l.lftlesr Rebel." is tli seliedtiled offering for Frida\ and Snt urday. « on pled with the Slate Fair, rhere "ill be sufficient itood enier'ainment in Wheeling during the week to rorne to meet the requirement* of the many thousand* who have planned a vllst here. AUTOISTS RETURN Well.Known People Return Yesterday From Automobile Tour of Over 2.000 Mile*. After covering a distance of over 2.in.i n iles, through sli state*, and being nbsrnt a little over two weeks, an automobile party composed of Ur and Mrs W. (' Ktrler and Mr nnd Mrs John II <'lark returner! ycster day tri ihelr hr.mes In this rln Going iiy way of t'lereland to Ituffalo, much ■ I Of the time was spent in New York, m ar l-ike George. The party also toured Ma^sa. husetfe* „n,| |>ennsyl vania. returning over the famous » leveland Philadelphia iMk. In speaking of the trip |»r Klzler "aid 'hat they were favored b* p|,..,| .weather most of ihe time, although mar the lakes the nigh! were very r<>ol lie said the road* were In good eomlitiou. . specially In New York and Massachusetts and that extensive Im provements in charge of K M Hite W are being made to the hlghwa or Pennsylvania The road from IMit • burgh to Philadelphia Is being niac.i* dnmixed nnd will he completed before te xt fall. The tourists visited many point* of Interest, including Niagara Kail*, the I tela ware Water Gap snd th< battle* be|i| at Gettysburg Thev me. Mrs Manna Irwin of this cpv near iluffa o ami also met Mr and Mr* Chart. < V llancher in the Mlegrp nv mountain* The entire trip Was made v Ithout an. accident* and In excellent time . * I they were gone only seventeen .lavs --—-_ Qeo. E. JOHNS Co. Advance Showing of Authoritative Fall Models j For Women and Misses A Special (Collection of Women’s Fall Suits S<-4.<)() l pwards Smart trimmed and tailored effects including newest foreien ideas in Mannish Serees, murfi dlajonals, two-toned and plain Zibilenes. All Summer (roods will be sold .it 1 fraction of former price ^-— ----—;_i $ SHAMBMTLE YESTERDAY AT BOYS’ BRIGADECAHF RESULTED IN VICTORY FOR AT TACKINQ FORCES. ' Battle Witnessed by Large Crowd ot Parents and Friends — Boys Break Camp Today. fader a Sharp Are of rifles and can non. the attacking force of the Hoys Brigade stormed the hill on which wgj located the camp of tho enemy at Foi : liter's, near Kim Grove yesterday after noon and completely routed tho do fenders of the fortifications, altbotigl the defenders of the hill atuck U their post to the last minute, am when the hoary flro of the attacklm party could be wlthatcod no longer, re I t,re<l In fiood order, taking with thou , their tente and canon. The different coaipantes of the bri I Kade bad been divided up Into twi I forces. the companies taking part li j “ham battle being A and H of tb< I First Ohio fr»>m Bridgeport, C and I of the First Ohio from Bollalre. A. 11 j K, F, G and H ot the First West Vlr [ glnln from thin city, and Company ( | of the First West Vlrgina from War wood. However, the forces were dl ; 'Mod without regard for the dlfferen : companies, many of the companies be Ing divided evenly between the oppos | mg forces. The defenders, flftv strong were commanded by Col. Dobbins. a« slated by Capt. Blackford, while tb< attacking party was led by Gen. Calda baugh. The right wing of the attacklm party, commanded by Major Davis, at slated by Capt. Sykes, was the firs to attempt the capture of the fortifl cations on the hill, but were receive) + . with such r heavy fire by the defend I era that they were compelled to re treat. However, they were not daunt ed. aod. being reinforced by the left i wing, commanded by Major Huntvr. anslstcd by < apt. Iayckyer. atormrd I the hill fur the aecund tlmo and | routed the enemy. Passed In Review. i' After the hill had been captured. both disappeared beyond the brow of ■ the bill, and reforming their ranks. I marched peat the large crowd, that witnessed the spectacular battle, amid many cheers. 11 No better sits could have been ! found than the one selected tor the ■ battle, and quite a large crowd of 11 spectators was In attendance despite the threatening weather. Immediately after the sham battle. 11 the members of the different com pa - i nice dressed for parade and performed i all the evolutions and maneuvers of a i i company of the regular army. The boys were served an extra good I supper last evening after the sham battle and celebrated all last night as - that was their last night in camp fur this season's exiting. All the tents will t be taken down today and the boys will leave their camp ground about noon. ■ The camp breaking exercises today . will be well worth witnessing, as the ■ J hoys have been well trained in the work of dropping the|r tents, and at - an appointed time this morning the bugler will sound the call and all the t tents will be down within one minute All the members of the brigade are t tanned, happy and healthy, and are expressing much regret at having to 11 abandon the camp. ATTACKS JAILER j Prisoner In Moundsvllle Jail Attacks Jailor Berry, Inflicting Pain ful Injury. Kstel Regard. aged 17 years, made a vi< loiis attack on laUer ti U . Berry at Mounds V III. and as a result he Is confined to his room with several bruises and a badly sprained knee It will be recalled that Rogard is being held in the jail to await the ac tion of the grand Jury on a charge of being implicated In the Martin Mill robbery a few weeks ago when Sir. was tnken from the safe, which was unlocked. The Jailer was taking the prisoner from the upper corridor to the lower floor andin doing so had to i pass through a door and as both came ; to the door Regard kicked Derry on 1 i the knee, and they went doppllng ■ !own the stairs. The Jailer s wife and r j son heard the noise anil thev together 1 with l’eter Winieh and Bus Yost, i I trusties, ratne rushing in and all help. j cd overpower young Regard. Yost! I was kicked In the mouth hv Regard : and received a bndlv cut Up. Rogard was placed in the tlungeo nand kept! over night Jailer Rerr.v was unable to leave his room yesterday morning and medical aid Is being rendered One of the other prisoners confined in the jail states that he overheard Re gard say that he would kill the Jailer the tirstc banco he had __ «1a\ for Canton. Ohio, to spend a few •lavs the guest of relatives l*a . is spending .« few .lays the guest ©f her sister at her home In Kdgwood. Mrs. J. J. Miller of \V«M»dt«dale Is spending a few days the gueM of her parent*, at Cleveland, o Austin Pax Is of the Altenheim garage • it \V<M»dndMl«‘ l« spending a few days at Wavneshurg. I'a. Antony Straub of Camden. V .1 . vs itlng Mr. and Mrs Ocorge lietnucher Rt tl*«lr home at l^atherwood .J L Robinson and daughter. Isa Isdla. xx III arrive home today after spend ing a few Weeks at At bint I City and other p..ints uolng t'.e AtlaflTlc him>i K M fturkley xxll! return t«* his borne n Ati tie Chantal tmlnv. aft**r spending a few weeks in Cincinnati. O. Mrs llarry Clayton returned to her home in Woodlnwn yesterday, after -pending the past several months at Mt Lake Turk. Aid Walter Conrad of cftnton was n bus! Mil ■ ili* r IT Kirn Grot . -•. ,4 Airs. Harry Myers » «v returned t.» her home on Walnut avenue. W’oodlawn. «ft# r spending the past few xx. . ks at Alt. I-ske F*ark Itex and Mrs J M I’otter and family will return to their home at W'.Mi.Udal* today, after upending a vacation at Alt. LI... nut, ohlo. We Launder Your Miirti, Collart, CuBa anl Walsi* far supirior to all other*. Lutz Bros. ■c>r.. t.-.nnAry M Pboo. 47* 1704-1504 Hurtst 3t W>l 3. LUTZ. Prop. OUT-THE-PIKE I - i Pktty Thieving. There Xel tun to be a great *|efi| nf I irtetu.g going on in tne out the I I ► •• di-tri. : at in. -i nt. .m.l the nil .. • I. ix have h.en I...'.! enough t.. .. on, , tie l'"i.'hie or lie l.oniex, raid li e re- i frmetafoix and e iphoardx an.I earn off ; , 1 „u"l l:,c> <»n pp-k up An officer' I ".I I' ll “11 <| 11> in n few .'aye. and I 11 "• ' ■"■‘■hi II..U ti.e pr.1 (Ice will be | I broke* Will Pave Pike to Trladalphla. | >1*1 inner A Springer, ti.e rtmtraetar*. I “ I start pmir.c i|.. .National ron.l t..*- . |i,..en Thi.ru a ■ » I 'H:. e ant Triadel .. Tie pi vlng I I " II he ext. II.leil to t oxlelio e Ida e at i th. went e,. I Of the town and will l-e It I. .I wide I'll ill at I'..reel View will ' | * •' Kiadeil ilow n to e.aue extent, making i | a more uniform grade Pell Prom Tree. A young I . I |.) II,e name of damex II. -.n- lev,.line on Middle Wheeling; " h- h.*'1 ' in.*f..rione to fall from I ■ .». 1 l*pl• Ire, tan their home ami fra. . i .r. one of i, « arm,, jeelerda. arier ! e.e.n taping Brick \ ork Wax Malle.| J I'oTilra.Ior I I . men ve»iei-lay III, in.' |> ■• l.ri.h on the I nk t ex load til of the rradlnc haa | 1 *. n i omi-lefe i, ,.n.| the m ■ , , x ..rk x ill < ■' r'** "• *' IX expelled to have It | * oft'pleted XII in the next txo xeekk. **»oy Plait Boys Brigade. , A large utimber of peoph paid a vlelt I I ■ Ih. M. >x ..op „.,t Wheeling • ’• •'« yexlerdjy. Io wilnexx the el. mi 1 Out-the-Plke Pereouelg and Br-.afa 1 I "|‘-. Mo , re epr t dll.g a fex Kerin l e ",e,:x ,.f f'lend- and l 'dal i \ ex TrUx •h It’ll la. Ii l.nnle s' . t ..f Puli',n left ye«ler- I | on ' o I’ll i-i.itigi , |-a Io apon-l a few' ■' -r, ■ hi x el| Of |. tleluirgh, I " '* It” .ml famil- ..f Pulton am i a: eg I *e • o" *, ” ,***,l"n “f l’”‘nia | Albert M ila of Mm tlrme left yeat»f.| A-& Fresh Rubber Goods Kverv article fn our Hub Imr (iooils Impart men r in frenh by fresh mean that the rubber has full life anil elasticity Wi ttily hlphent quality rub It* r piHiiln and sell you all articles made of rule l» r »ith a guarantee that they are the boat pro duced John Colemon Co. Chemists sail D rucflt; ■ THREE ITOBI] l«th and w.rsst. ioio I ••sin Et., atlOO Chaplin* Bt v r d. £d MenJel & Co. rosH*t cmECTNs&s urn RMIREMERS -- , ,„| m— ||MM__ ■», IS t'p. , * > Full Set of Cold Crowns, Teeth, *.» I’p. |p 1»> whom could you trust the responsibility of sav ing or extracting vour teeth with less pain and greater safety than with an old established firm like Mill broth ers, who tor 22 2 ears have held the largest practice in this State? Our Vitalized \ir. Gas or Gum Treatment renders the most dilticult and dreaded operations absolutely painless. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Lady Attendant. Open Evening* Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. HILL BROTHERS 1019 MAIN STRUT Both Phone*_ Wheeling. W Va. — Geo. R. Taylor Co. “The Progressive Store” Offered By Drapery Dep’t 7o 7horougbly Clear-away Seekers after good hanging, etc., at the least price may profit here. Remnant Lot Curtains one to three pairs of a kind, the oddments of last week’s sale, at Half and Less Titan Half including in lots up to 3 pairs. Marquisettej, Cluttys, Kfamines and Brussel Weaves these names suggest the better grades for which you have probably been looking. ARABIAN CURTAIN ENDS iiO limited lots, no two alike, regu- >12 l-2c each lar 25c kind— J SINGLE CURTAINS that in pairs , sold up to $5.00— \19c each ALL-OVER PATTERNS IN COLO ORED SCRIMS—pretty and desira- >0r yard ble, sold up to 19c— J SIX PIECES COLORED MADRAS,N just the thing for den curtains, pan- ( , els. etc., former prices ranged up to ('-2c yard 51.00 yard— J 52.00 COUGH COVERS, good rich colorO ings in Bagdad stripes, full width and L SI 4J? fringed— J CARPET HASSOCKS— > „ sold for 79c always— each FRINGED CARPET SAMPLES—■) fringed, worth 79c to SI.25— -Of each AXMINS I ER RUGS in a vari-') etv _of colors and patterns—V SI 59 rnrli 27x34—regularly S2.25 J * €ac'1 Do 1 oti Do Needlework? It so, work only with first quality of materials ard tools. There is a cleverly conducted department in Taylor’s that distributes Packet Outfits All the floss and requirements, together "•ith the fabric* in a package at a round price. ft" 25c to 75c Includes Shaving Pads. Match Scratchcrs, Pin Cushions. Dresser Scarfs. Glove and Veil Cases. Handkerchief Cases, Pillow Tops, Tie Racks, Whisk Holders. Collar Bags, Center Pieces, etc., on Natural Linen or Victoria Art Cloth. Hath Robing that heavy fabric so desirable for bath robes, lounfc in? robes, smoking: jackets, etc., most all colors in Rood designs, some borders and reversible cloths, 32 inches wide — 35c and 39c W hen Huyin^ <* la 'em— f’Ct a Years Subscription lo McCalls the cost is only loc additional for a counter sub scription or 2oc extra for a mail subscription. , •*=* . -5: -~..y - _ . __