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(Saturday, January 18, 1918.
The Weather—Rain. i ' i' ! 1 I I i ] Women’s 75c Qr^ Stockings at AMONG the Saturday offerings in Hosiery we mention a lot of Women's Imported Lisle Stocn ings, full fashioned, double heel and silk-embroidered instep in neat color - combinations, regu lar 75c kind; sale price, pair. Lot of Women’s Imported Lisle and Cotton Stockings, full fash I ioned, black and colors, regu larly 50c a pair; sale Price. Women's Lisle Stockings, full fashioned, high spliced heel and double sole, double tops, regular 25c kind; sale price. ALL CLOTH COATS —for Misses ) 1 / ”f°r Women * Ay price —for Children ) / Z "TODAY you have unreserved selection of all our Cloth Coats at half the regular prices. The garments are in the newest models and colorings yet you can buy two for the price of one: | / Children’s Coats—$3.98 to $12.95 72 Price tor J Women’s Coats—$9.98 to $39.50 • [Juniors’Coats—$7.90 to $18.50 — ■ ■ ALL SUITS AT HALF CHOICE of our entire stock of Tailormade Suits at half the regular, plainly inarkt prices—Suits for Women and Misses— $15.00 to $75.00 Suits now $7.50 to $37.50 Extra.-A Suit Purchase and Sale From one of the leading Suit makers in New York we bought too new Suits at half his regular prices. He made the Suits from short pieces of materials, so that there but one, two and three of a pattern in the lot They were made up late in the season and so show all the newest effects, the materials being serge, diagonal and a few gray mixtures. Bought earlier in the regular way these Suits would retail at ^ S2Q.50. but we are enabled to offer this lot of just too new Suits at exactly CD 9 Vl. ^7 ^ half price. .. O -- Boys $5.90 lo $8.90 Double-Breasted Suits P OR Saturday’s selling we offer 7S Roys’ Suits at a saving of one to four dollars_ * —an economy well worth the attention of parents in these davs of the high cost of living. This is a clearance of Suits that are sold down to one and two of a kind. The Suits come in smart double-breasted models with full cut. roomy bloomer pantsj in sizes to tit boys 9 to 18 years old—fancy gray, tan and brown materials, with a few blue serges in the lot. Tbe<e Suits sold before assortments > aa ft? were broken for Ss.oo. $6.9o, ?7.oo and S8.Q0, but Saturday IfL ft ^ CL you can take your choice of any Suit in this special lot and j Other Boys* and Men’s Suits and Overcoats at a Fourth Off STONE & THOMAS PITTSBURGH ENGINEERS GO OVER PROPOSED ROUTE OF WHEELING TRACTION TO ST CLAIRSVILLE With Vie* of Gettng Line on Situa. tlon—May Extend Line to Maynard. O A eorpa of Pit tnirah Mir'ioh ,f#prne«"n>Ir.if the v\ h* > I nif Trartinn Company- «..... •• t roil'e Of »f.e r, mI,*tTl - »• • • 'r . I Barton to s- f imr«\11 lx. y e w • erd a The HUir err wore i Knalt ex-r tV < I'a’oo of M i r': r * I in nlreadv made unrvoy 4 Of three -• fferer’ r ■ e froi , I’ -• • to St Clait«vll> a> | -he •- of r *■ rtlav wan fur thr purport' of (civln* tin- ritt*htirich riiamrrra nn Itlra of th<* lay of thr |an«t. althourh tint- of th<- fhrrr rmitrn tnol" ot|t hv thr Mar tin* Krrry rnalor. r may < ho«» n It I* stain) that t* r mrri will al»o i'o ovrr thr Krontul from Hi flair* vlllr it* N»?f« ft, with thr po<o*lhtlttjr of rontirrfIn* thr rotitifv era* with that town. nn»l an with f' 11 •• I r» n a llnr hr'wrrfi ftrllalrr att«| Nnff* a 111 hr hnilf within a short timr Tht* wo'ihl u vr thr- loral trartloti rnmpanv , a tirt work rt llnr* all ov< r 'hr ion’t '■rn ah'! rrntral portion of It Ilalrr ooiinty and ronn<v-r this rtfy with1 many emn'I towns In Ohio. thus tnak Ins Wheeling n center for traue for many nddl’iotial thousands of Ohio people Maynard Wants Line. The residents of Maynard, o, n minim; village with a population of at* tit C.fxin, have b< < n ».t irred l>y the announcement tif the local company of the proposed line tn St Clnlrsvllle and will file a petition with the company asklne them to build the line by way of Jug linn 'hu« bringing the |in<- info tlie southern part of their village If the line w<r>* built on this roule. the tars would touch two additional vil lage v Crescent amt I’royldenf. each mining ' IHages wl»h a population of over 1 non and would no dotih* prove a paving proposition \ committee of Matnnrd e|ttren« will wait on the of flcla's <>f the traction company within have the line hull* to St Clalrsvilu hy way of fhrtr village. ROUND TABLE To Be Cenducted Monday Afternoon A* Meeting cf Methodist M misters. Tin- Methodist nmisters ».f Whnrh ir.e ami \ trinity v. ;l hold u Itoiind Table <,|| Monday at three o'rlm k at the ^ Mi* \ . wlt'i the district sap* I nrljtendent. It* v \| y t-imipton. li l» ■<> lbs <1, or Tins will hr the second a -erii of surh iMoetlnus to in* held during the wnfith |jg| 'fociav flu* i|>if t|ov« ||||-CI| *ei| w»rr mo • instrut five The fotliwmg w II in- i i* • Ik* Kmm m for m dn> l(e« |, \ Mi Nem tr will «;ir;ik »n Work in the \ i.|h nor ** Ilea li I*” Khoai|. on "How to |(> ach Hie I’eo tde who do not atomd *' lln |. |i If* ed i n "The * on version of f "h l hf ri n '* II'*' t* ft Mart on *Tht* !nd i.Tee>-nt hirrh Mender Hrt .1 U John mil on "Th<- \|t.ir Work Thom t;.!ks xv ill I... (oi1iivx.il lik a dli-llnsi.il of •'Methods. ' ami r.-iicris of scrvne: Dow being held Continue Case OORN'lXrt, X v . .».in 17 Th#trta of the rases Involving charges of In voluntary manslaughter Hg:.|;i' i; .i •' Ila> less. president. and K N Ham tin. sup. rlnti-ndent of tin- |i.,k|..»* |>M l«T nnd l*u!p .oinoan' of Austin. 1’a whose concrete dam broke geptemlH l!*lt. r. - tiling ,n a loss Ilf SO live and millions In prnpertv. has laj. ■ rontiiiin-ii until tho M iv term o rolirt Th. I isei w.-re ... loitnl.-d f<> •rial at Wcll-|« ro Pa m xt w..k Hn< wi r« put over lie. aii“i of the lnsbn.t: of Import: tit w ilt*, see* to appear a an earth r date “I see a noth, r one of vour patient Is dead " Vis. nnd I nn grrnfly perturhe. ovir his rn-e i gave hint two kind • ■ m<‘il1e|ne and don't know wi Uh otn .t was that kill'd him " OUT TEE-PIKE Otank lotM. Much Interest i* being uktn In ths arrival* non being held in th* dlff*- it out the pike church**, and many «< .tr^rt* are being secured nightly. la* Sunday service* will b* *axn* as uaual ' ***• Vanes Memorial, as will In the Buckley M K and Stone church. ' *hs Trladeiphla M. E. at » 30 this morning the pastor. Kav. L>. la. Held, will .ueBvsr a special sermon to aohool chil dren. and to-morrow afternoon at J so W!M drllrer a special sermon to men only, on ths subject ''slowing and lleap ' .ng.' The services In the First M. E. church *n the drove will he the same as usual. ».th the exception that Im. Compton. • .strict superintendent will fill Uie pui •-l In the evening at 7:30. ! Open **®P To-day. W.nters hr..*,, formerly or Fulton, but who hsxs moved to the drove. !:a\e flt . I'O »';• tue.r room lit the XVoeber build ,lng. bear the Mena Bridge, and are now open for business. Tile shop has been nicely fitted up, and makes one ef the i 11nest Shops In this vicinity, suid will open this morning. Opening Dues *ha new lai.S'hiul school In the 'drove is nearly completion, elaborate preparations is being made for the open ing. whim will be celebrated with a splendid dance program The affair will he held Thursday evening, January 3S. »nd Judging front the number of invita tions being sent out. quite a large row d will be p ...etit, including n.any out ot town people. Banly Burned. ' ,rs Earnest Violet, of Center street. [Fhilton. wns the unfortunate victim of having her hands and arms burned yes tetuay she hail left some eatables in the stove while she had gone to W heel ing. and when she returned. finding . them still in the stove, waa In the act of i taking them out. when the dish in which It was broke to V'c es. caused by the heat, nnd the contents ran all over lier aims nnd hands, burning them severely. Medical aid was summoned and drtsse l | them ineuni.ers. un.l at the latest retorts she was getting along nicely. Oondar Death. | Th» many friend* <>r Ml** Ida blonder, ••f Patterson will be sorry to hoar o' her death, which tame at 915 Thursday ■evening. in the North Wheel ng hospital. Where »he underwent an operation. The t deceased wa* in her list year, and ha* a host of friends, who will mourn Iter *>’*<*- *he is survived by ner parent*. Mr Htil Mth. .lani**M <»<»uf1»*r. of *on. and three brother*. William. War ■ til and John. Funeral service* w II he held from the family residence In Patterson Sunday afternoon at _• o'clock. 11. v Stryker, of the St Matthew"* i litre!., of Uliccling. "'ll officiate. Willi Hitt! incut lit Stone church cemetery. Sfcepparii-Ccle. The friend* of Mt*s X, M Sheppard, daugl te» -if l„, i,. s epimr-t fornu*r t ut die I;rove, hut now- of t-«igie Uk», T exas, will he surprised to hear of her marriage to J. Alvi* i ole. .It Temple. Texas. The marriage took pi tee .lanu ary I-. and tnev will prohutily g-> lo '-use keeping in Teinple. Texas she • •** a host ut fttend* in In.- tleovs and vicinity wi.o w.sit her 1 ti-long happi nesa. — _.Xa pair lag I-!n«. ' The W Va.. i\ <v K. Co. nave a large for-•• of men at work now on the upper • n l of their line rc| airing the tracks. V* t! ey tune the I del. r.. 1* on this end no new rail* will be laid, but new tie* an I ballasting w-lil l.e done and me line built up gem rally. They w -II build from Innteiph .1. where they el •- ut w -rk now »" West Alexander, and the work will - e finished a* M-i-n a* possbe. a* a large mu..cint of work will he don - on tnls end, oeginning In the early spring. Edgwood Connell to diet. The KJgwo-ut - mn ti will me-t Mnn ■ day evening to take up the matter |»er taining lo the contract let. or *a:d to lie li t to i Warranttu Co. of lo lim.ind, and judging ir--ni t ie interest tn.it wu* liken at the l**t meeting. no U**ubt •i rousing I'm. will i-e i.a-l. ,i. null.mg 'definitely w.,. g ne at the last meetinit. It ..* repoll..1 I a- the fixe otfl- ..cl* who f.tx..r Ilf II.,- Wart inita Co have held n private inn ... and e-.ine surprise* may t.c apiung at t.d* timv Ntw Orjan to Be Xnatalled. The fine hew organ which ha* l*e#*n rr* • ; • i t . of the First II K *• ur«*h from a «*Jin*ago firm, arrive*! to 11 •• (Jrove . • Pterday. an i ip veing f**f bp to-day. .in«l will h* need for t'»•- fire! time at the Sunday morning *<t\ tee* ai ,11 u clock. Persona la and Brief a. The Kim (drove shooting gallery ha* been clone. 1 Jam*-* ‘i. -»m|.*on and w if*-, of ft; l.lge I ar*- waiting tueir parent* «<n ltfnige street. Kin* >iro\( Hoy WITfill **f lgitf 1 e Itun. wa* in the tti*iv«- ).ofrr lay on bupinepp T? •• la!* et iep4»rt* from the North "t *e;ing I.Ofp.tai. ,il*- ! . t ;»• effe t f at ■*I * 'I 1* g- Ming nlong ni« «|y. after undergoing aii operation. .\iis A W t’ur? p. of Sherranl, ~;*e*»* evening nit!. he| - ater, ,\t: - *;•■•- .• 4 • •• .• m. > t Trtadelphi* x »en.*-nt fl*»or .p being put in the » ;«p*-;i.ent of the First National II ink. of I’lit* <irove Jar..- 1 hit« *iln*on arrived in the let iftern from <2 • i .. .| 1-. M. •bt.n ''?■'» of la»nn< Place w » ha* on root ne i i • ... with an nt« ■ t 'Hffin llynn of W.•••<!* \ 1 t t - r . *P tit the week t»i t ttaburgh. on bu*i , bee- in.I Ip * \p.«. ted . **m*- tn- t.i . I • *> l«» »l ..r*i* r ».f l^tgl.-p Hi. t n the 1 K *.f p . ad ;.1Wf *• errng and itist.il e.i * of*b *-rp . J»i> k AfrWlohe is able t• • «Mif again I after a f* w «i*\e illtiesp «nu-e.| 1»\ the ! kripj*. X brother *.f Mr* Mu* Stank*, from I * \Vte« on*ln - \.Piling at the Stanke bo in* • »i Kulti-n Height* Nor* * he >* nng oan* fe- of Mr an! Mr* William ll.-rn| nev. * f \V*ll* *•.:»-, * ,T who i IP i * . n * **n me I r* t « home of M XV Hu.tip i« \ , of I’ l(w «»«»•!, h tli j «* "be .t tl!n«*p. »p 4.;.. n at-1#- ♦*» >-e abon*. . y r W.lllampoTi *** (Pi. ago. «n« a ■ b-i«*TP-"* caller l*. 1 he *Jr.*\«- i • Wo.»rg« pi* 'hr.an » f l«.v ». w»;i arrive n the Mr**»«- f«*-dn> to *p*nl a few i n er k* w ith Ar • it e'o .«hrr.*n, of I att* f • * a-n Alrp Ppeare. of V» errsr 1 wa* in t e j*#Pnv* y.-pferrlay on *11'** I l»o*ofhX. .1* .ehfer of H |. W uf* *»f l'dg-’ale it lif re.». «ve1 to tfi e N ft i V '.reeling N "vital, w • ». will under go an opera*i«*n Mr* 1 nun* M* Pi-Mfn and non Tohn of Hen wood. ar* *p*ndin* h Tev dpvp w;*1 Mf" Arre’i'* K-»***r. of Wi*nw<>>d Mart Hup, of 1 m !*• Ip confined to ■ hi* home w t- *n m**h ;A of ] i'npv I ar id la»we a .1 • f-. 'f Ka*» fov* will leave M"nUy f*»r <*'arln*t»n. W Vn of ppend a roaple «.f week* with TreUt.vep FLORIDA LA BELLE PARK, FLORIDA A Placa Where Your Prooont Effort Will Actually Bring You In Ton Tivnoa as Many Do 11 arm. Too don't have to spend all you maka fn summer to purchase coal and heavy clothing In winter. No snow to shovel, no expensive doctor hills at La Belle Park. You can L1VK .like <*ode creatures were Intended to live, not merely KXlhT. There* sunshine, lots of It. There* fresh air. lakes, beautiful skies and scenery — there s big lt*h. worlh-whne g*tue. ewituming. boatin*—AoU nest of Ali *1 here s ma hU.Nbi to be Made There And that mteio c out eminent, v At lot liclle Park are all the element* lieceaeai > 10 pioudce lue nneec siepe iiuu and oi«ng«». T lie lamon* ua iieue Park caouMtuoa soil um rlfai altitude. w**il*uietribuied lairilatl—uue ura«na«e. N«» wouurr citrus iiuu* ate l.uuriMunf mere'- No wonder *e van lUruiMi *etters shoainx astonishing in* comes ll.ai nave Oeeu earnoa kQu aka • being earned Vine today. You can pay ll per Acre down and $1 per .ccie per month. lou can mo\ e on the land alter the first payment, uue Club I'lsn savrs y.»u #;» to yif> per acre. Von place your young orange and grape trust trees. T hen you put out bea. s. cucumbers, onums. watermelons. *■! patataaa Ntvttg tn«* rows. Vegetables k« ep you g.ung They furn ish your living expense* They pay for your land And all the time your grape fruit tree* ami orange trees are devel « p ng. >non they'll be producing the huge results. ▲ raw good liAiova. Why j nu should own land at LaBellt Park. Florida. It n* in the > ife**t portion of the atala iroiu heavy gro\e-killing trusts. It Is mainly high and dry. open prairie land and >011 are **ved the ex pcn>e o! delay of clearing or draining. Two or three good crops can bs grown each year by proper methods of culu \ at Ion. The soil will grow anything from citrus fruit to corn. The climate Is glorious and except ionally healthful and you will enjoy liv ing there the whole year round. The average annual rainfall is abund ant and good, pure drinking water in inexhaustible quantities can be easily obtained from >uiface or flowing artes ian Wells. Produce natures early, reaching mar k'd we«>|cs ahead of the earliest crops ♦ l*ewhere and so commanding high | prices. 1 Small capital Is required to get start. I ed now I .and prices are still low. terms of payment easy and cost of liv ing for the ramie** cheap hand prices are advancing rapidly, however. Now Is the time to buy land. Values are Increasing rapidly. Write for our beautiful book. "The Kingdom of the Hose and Palm." *Tls free Call, write or phene. W. M. & CHAS. K. WELCH Boom 304 Board of Trad* Bnlldlsf, | Rational Phon. 891-Y. Wh**ilnr. W. Tv •GREAT CONVENTION I _ 1 Evangelical Convention To Be Held At Pittsburgh Tuesday and Wed nesday of Next Week. Bishop Earl Cranston. Presidential I Bishop of the West Virginia ennfer | encc. has arranged for an Evangelie I tie convention to he held in l*i»t9 hiirgh. Pa . Jor the b-uieflt of the min. Isfers of the West Virginia and Pits*. < l>'irgh conferences, on January 21 and 22. next Tuesday and Wednesday. Bishops llanderson. Berrv and other noted speakers and experts will ho present to discuss questions In Conner, lion With churrh work. l»r. Compton j »nd a company of ministers from | Wheeling and vicinity expect to at dtep. The district snperin'endent urges i both ministers and laymen to arrange 1 to go The mailers to be discussed j are of great importance ■ Outline of program wll appear in the week’s Pittsburgh Advocate. IS A SUCCESS Social Center Work Carried on S<» Far Proves Its Value Be. ysnd Question. j That the social renter worV In the j l nton school is highly successful In i every way Is demonstrated by the j continued increased attendance at t".e meeting!- About t-w> persons , w,,re present at th-t meeting last cven | and one pleasing fart noted was that til#* increase was not so groat on the part of the rhihlnai a. in the number of older people nuing I hiring | Ihe etenlng seieral new game, and ; ,o|t« dance* were taught the rhiidren, i •vhilo Iho older people attending. as well s« the rhiidren. were entertained , in a very interesting manner by Peter • Msherstlck in a chalk talk one gratifying feature of the even ing was the fiet that from the tlmo 'he doors were opened the reading I rooms were well filled with both i young and old people who are taking a great inter- -it in this department. Th- hex' meeting will be h- -1 *-n M--n J day evening. hrC no definite program has hern arranged as yet I The mermaid surelv should hav* ' standing In swell society. I SHERLOCKO THE MONK The Adventure of the R< cklcaa Marksman BY GUS MAGER / AMt> ^ ,r '*** n<AT rXBfcriOfl,T /"L nrx. n s urut / r%>« MT crp 6»m**o that mfoxArM ftu \ Tutntt tuo BOUET hat, ( mut .Mu-,r M*vt S»»n t*r fur* ft i«m THf I C0Mf A ic#»fl Dr»TA.M— ) Am tc f(TOH nn^iNi! A would bc f Cam tv* ir our with f ~V f'HtXf W NAM • f-J /, j 9