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I Thursday, February Zf, ItlS. STONE & THOMAS • Th. W.,tK.^R.ln. '
----\ The New Balkan Blouse Suits for Women AA •and Misses at • • • T1 HE new Balkan Blouse Suits are destined, * in the opinion of the fashion leaders, for wonderful popularity—they are so distinctive. We are showing them developed in eponge ! with collar of Bulgarian embroidery. At the same popular price we include Suits of Bed ford Cord (the season’s fabric novelty), with the new combination Marechal Ney and round flat collar in ribbed silk—also Suits of men’s wear serge, with skirts in newest draped effects. A complete assortment of sizes for women and misses in the Balkan Blouse Suits and other attractive styles at— $25.00 | 7- -, We Have the New * Hunter Goats The Smartest Wraps That Women Will Wear This Spring THESE Hunter Coats are mannish to the * l»»t degree, but exceedingly smart, with | two large patch pockets and a smaller hand kerchief pocket—jaunty backs plaited into a belt natural tan covert and other materials affording ample choice— $12.85 to $25.00 t_ > r-^ New French Diagonal Suitings THESE handsome Dress Fabrics come 40 inches wide, in eight of the wanted colors for ‘Spring wear: Jsl 1 $1.00 Copenhagen Blue | -r ) Cream Tobacco Brown J a I arc! [ Black __I Two New Popular Edition Novels T WO new novels just out in the * popular priced editions at 45c —Books that have been dramatized: “Bought and F’aid ' For.” by Geo. Broad hurst und Arthur Horn Now, is the dramatic story of a New York telephone girls’ marriage to a milloinaire and the price she paid for her riches. Gjining to the Giurt theatre soon. “The Prodigal Judge.” by Vaughan Kesler .is a great American novel, rich in humor, has caught the fancy of the public and is a big seller. — New Bohemian and Shadow Laces a MONG the new trim mings for Spring these All-Over Shadow and BoFve mian Laces are very popu lar. They come in sheer, seautiful qualities, 18 inches wide, and in small or large patterns, and are excellent values at 50c a yard. k_I I The New “Inauguration” Veil at 50c Each NEWEST of new Veils— beautiful starry mesh—border designs black or white yard and a half long—all silk and only 5©C each. r CREPE METEOR AT 85c. > A BEAUTIFUL, shimmery Silken fabric is Crepe Meteor which we are showing in old blue, navy blue. Copenhagen blue, canary, black and brown- 42 inches wide—at 85c a yard. NEW—Silk Dress Slides •T'HESE little buckle-shapt affairs cov * cred with silk arc for catching up and holding the folds or draperies on the new skirts and dresses, come in day and evening shades and sell at 25c each. ALL-LINEN RAMIE CLOTH ^ AN ATTRACTIVE all-Linen fabric called Ramie Cloth is destined for a big run in popular favor this season. It comes 4*> inches wide in all the wanted Spring and Summer colorings and is selling freely at 5Qc a vard. ^-J 1 C R AES R M A P N L E A E T N T Next Monday The biggest bargain event of the year for those in need of floor coverings. Remember the date—Mon day, March 3. _) 1 Stone & Thomas] WEEDON J. BRYAN CASE FINALLY SETTLED BY STATE SUPREME COURT i' __ found Ijr>!W .m easy thins, so tot speak, and Induced him lo h.uome the nnanrl.il man in a number of their promotions. «h rh did not prove hlghlv profit..hie A- a result of t|,. transactions. when the .’itl/ons p.ank' <•' ''»nvron failed It »•» found tint Mrynn's notes s'jrnc.l by la Ml •, ernltr. hut »om< ..f th. n p ). , lalnj.d sime.l tit himself. ■* .-re lo l l hv the : '*ltliens' Hank of r.irn.mn, th.*"«’Pv Hank of WTieeiina and » rolumbu* hank to the amount .,f appr.ulm.ifelv lun.fdHi Hrvan. tlmlins hlm -lf ,n volvt'tl. proceeded to .|e. .| t, h s daughter \|i valuahle property '..r n n.fiitnl ‘um \ftorre- - for th. vf.ru . hank holdlnr Moans paper tt’.irbed in the hands of the Fairmont fr*i| company’ 0. Ed. Men lei & Co. ninau Dntacraa* tita noiuttu '14* yfsln t-treat v*r.. ii .e tVse- ye i Can mit t t kaiser Less properties and money nvcrenatina ..I* ut Mr.ii.DiH, in value *Mun“ Ten Year*- l tipat'oe. Til" ,Hlgi»f 1,11 which lias lasted p. u s’V 'r* w l i' li I,:-, final . b' V‘” t■.ttied i'is.-i lie Hi. nil \ ,,f i||,. notes an,| agr. • uiejits «,gt,ed by ladler »f„r |!,,ai “PJ" ■ *•»»« my •. me ..an-, : low IT-vr-t ... Mr- latiler in he low.-I court deeision a at »iv, n V»e»!T.r1 r i* *'■■'*1,1 fav,,r... the ,,*•*'* estate the .min holding t». ,• 'tie t ir. 'ltpsla ... W. sut I, o lin.-e I. ,ri„,| r... |,jn, ,,, |„. r,„ih, ,r a-iiard ,n.| i.. have .. eri.iin.d tl,. romplete wildiii ,.f the Hr pap. r h'.fnr." .iiutnitifIn*. |t ’ * . t’Ipreipe rourt reverses tf.r* rr: v:' ..ea.-n. ;,tiv | " ”1 ,f bolds that tbe transfer .. Vri*n IT'T< rtj If. Mrs lanlcr « . Th "dll lent. II,*. , n.. banks a. fed |f, * >*»•! HJIh Ifl #|! ■ lilt’ll* |?r\.4|, s . \-r -Ign.-d hi ladle, and flin ., ,|h i-r. »• r„r ih,. sum of f’.«. .S'.I and t fried Inter.ot for f.-n f.ar- i if m,.. iiro.in. „.,| f„r t,.e I dun,bus bank. In Hank ..f U ' .. line and If 1 ' d-s. ns I ih it Is ..f . am. run s. . ibo. ■ • uoal . lalman's S.ck Headache T ' ip nallv rau- I by a ,| rr.1. r id tin sterna,'., Take gootl 1 f se „f | b'mherlains Tablet* and ' > 1 1 »*!•• l>> ;(n «i«m1* r» Adi COUNTY COURT ! r*' 1 '•*, |**| »|v-t#r *• ' r;y • 'i » ft' ■ • S .» te.lf, ♦ toy Rssfty Dteli r-S#ft h. U i i f,e ..... ,i. Data of Trust. ... . , »f I a , fronts do, -• .r |.il|.-nsn. Torpid I lies fntl.ees 1 ion Servo. ne»s. ('onstlpal loft Tht < , ■ott'aln no eflute, i krt pentty « ifh n*f pain or rfi me Said by R H L.et. No 4 101h 31. And at Sfffsi Generally. I ^ WILL LULLCL ' OVER $t50,000 FROM ESTATE Afte' Ten Vear* of Lit gation_ Wheeling and Cameron Bank* Heavy Claimant* In Suit. The yipreme court of West Vir ginia ha* recently handed down nr opinion In one of the mo»t Important and lntere*iina rlvil iitimtion* that ha* beep before that court tor a num ber of ye^r* It »»» the rare o' the t’lty Bank of VVheellna and other banka »ta.n-' the eetate of Weedon I Bryan, of tireene county. I’ennayl vanla. and In it* dennion the *n|ireme rmjrt Offfflllfl the lower COHfl and b*.Id* that *he plaintiff* mat recover from th" Mr.an er'ate the entire amount of their cla.m* with inter*#* f»*r a period of a bon * ton year* The entire - ;r*i »uw4 for •'«rt.O0h. which with inter*#* will brlnir the entire amount of the 1udg rnent up to a boot Th** rare I aft>i*e a# follow* Home twelve year# uao Rrypn. who wa* then a protperouH farmer of t»rerne county Pa . owning m large amo mt of roa! and* located m Ma , 'b.n #*ni Ma-*h.*il count** *, \\ \ ard Gr..*nr county Pa . gave to hm wnnlp** »*n* f coffer. the funeral *#»•* .-* «' ’»**rne\ T<, »irn hi# name !* not#** and agreement# Ix*l|er be came involved with M |, Benednrn .... i F*»i, w|»o * *-r»- then operating I thr. Fir*t * Vtl/rn* Bank of t’ameron j and promo*!nir a ninnhrr of .ni.' ■prl.«>» Thrs.- vr rjr shrewd *« nt>m»n Geo. E. Johns Go. New Arrivals Daily of Spring Suits, Coats and Dresses Special Values and Prices NEW MODEL SUITS $14.30 $24.50 $19.50 $27.50 $22.50 $29.50 l\ew Materials and Colors REMAINING FALL GARMENTS Will Be Sol*I 2t Very Low Prices 1 f We Guarantee Work on our Shirts, Collars and Cuffs. Lutz Bros. Mmm» Kna lAmilry. n«. 47a. UM-1MW Mtrttt It WK. J. I.UTB. Frop. POLICE COURT Electrician Draws Fine—Pistol Toter Held to the Grand Jury. Other Cases. C. Lancaster, who was arrested on a warrant sworn out by Deputy Fire Marshal Kindelbergi r for violating the city electrical ordinance, pleaded guilty In police court yesterday morn ing and was fined $5 and costs. Robert I at w son. a teamster, arrested by Officer Worls last night on the Hiarge of drunkenness, had In his pos session a large penknife. The defend ant denied the charge of drunkenness, and the charge of carrying the knife was taken up. The defendant said he had the knife examined by a squire and was told that he could xarry It It was an I X L penknife, and did not look as if It had been used as a weap on. hilt as a tool to he used in his teaming work. He was held to await the action of the grand Jury under $.'100 bond Jack Murphy and Ray Scanlon were each lined $5 and costs or 30 days on the charge of drunkenness, i Frank Shields was given sU months | on the charge of loitering in the city building. I John Calhoun was arrested on the | charge of vagrancy He hails from ; Lexington. Ky., and was given one 1 h«ir to get out nt town. | James Finnegan anil James McKin the charge of drunkenness | Andy Kagas and John I'ingeree. of i Piney Pork, O.. received $5 and costs 'or 30 days on the charge of drunken [ ness. t John Godlihurg was fined $2 and costs or 30 days on the charge of drunkenness Phank Gulock was fln» d and costs or 30 days for the same | offense, and Mike Travis was let down with $1 and costs or 15 days for be , ing drur.k. LION GOES BAD ! - With ^Trainer's Head in Jaws. Animal Turns and Woman Is Badly Injured. j The spectators at the |-»*t show at 'the t Irpheiim Theater last evening I were giv«n a thriller uot down on the | program, and were thrown Into a near i panic when the big lion in the animal •act went had with his trainers head i between his jaws. and for a moment threatened to end the act with a trug i ed> i'ne long irui irotu Cincinnati, • where they Iasi ap| art d. and the bail i weather Is given :ts a cause for the trouble and Hit* bad temper of the beast. The mishap occurred in the middle of the scene when the trainer. Mile I>•• Vt ra. inserts her head between the Jaws of the animal atm depends upon her power over him to make a thriller tint of a tragedy, hast night the b.n In ast leaped upon h"r as she was in power, and "*,e h aot for her I presence of mind in insert .ig a heavy iron rod. lmr life would probably have b*i n the penal? I Mile Vera w.>, torn almu: the i face, and her clothing ua, ripped by 'lits, claw.- He Xooine cauterized the ' wounds and she will be able fo appear again to-day - BA! 1LLE W r.nted automoL.c* agents to rep. I resent Overland. Mazwell and I'algc automobiles ,n Harnesvil .. o |,ib i • ral commissions CAPITAL C \u ra.. | I ' b 251 Wheeling. W Va BREWERY SOLD Bmwond Plant Purchat-d by B F. Ptrhini. cf Tn,t City, for *?0.500 Ha» Formed No Plan*. • 'h.irle. .drhui k. trustee m b.mk ru|»:it -<>;i| the property .>t fho Ben «i»ii| Br>»lni: • oiii|.an> <n Tunnduy H C IVrklr,. of the 1-l.ml. for the nit, of I’ri.Sm Mr ivraln* heliur the limhett bidder TIi* i’ op. -it was re ••’Mil' :i|iiliilMi| .if $1 .iM.nrnt Hi lt re. .1 William Cummin* «on ririni il flu* ri-|. >rt of lh* >ulr mad. I.y the tru«dn*» ’reierd.i'. and It t« quit,* llii. it, iri-T*- ionflrmntion h «* l>r< n imol*- |.t Krf.rea Cuniniln. that the H.il*" »t|l ho < mnm - d lit Jn<1c< I'at ton f,f th*- Federal ri.ijrl lo ll mil ft i-«ii| l>t .in limlUeon t-i-r r« porter Ift.l evrntna. Mr l’i rkmt at. -| that li had foer,-d no plan* (onrertiitrc ih* u*.- to tthi.h he will I'M the hnllrline Pure Jeraey Ice Cream and Fr**h Home Made Candy A lev. Dur5t*5 Sons I** TO MAKE for Shoe* on the «.iy *r are offering nil remnant* of Men *. Women * an.I Chil dren * Shoe* a* in lot* of m*fantp* half prUc Come anj take a look Geo. R. Taylor Co. “The Progressive Store" SPE CIA LIZA TION . x . IS THE KEYNOTE IN $25.00 and $29.50 SUITS FOR SPRING * The expert zjlTio selects the costumes that hover about the hundred dollar price also selects the suits at $25.00 and $29.50. The same care is given. The individuality and the tailoring is demanded aud obtained in the » same degree. . Unstinted Variety Bedfords I A eed/ccords Sty/e and Character \ Diagonals Masterful Tailoring * Men sSerge Fabrics and Shades Eponge Linings and Trimmings j Whipcords A ove tries Altss, /cegular and Stout j Etc. Lor $25.00 and $29.50 „ SALE WEEK IN Linen Department 90-inch all linen ~ . Sheeting » ^ • Nice soft finish—our leader at 89c, j 75c a yard —ALL— Material Reduction in Every Line *• ■- — RAMIE LINEN All shades—36 and 45-inch, 39c and 50c - FRENCH LINEN All shades—36, 45 and 48 inches wide, 39c. 50c and 75c These are all pure linen—of pleasing texture and fast color. = ' The Art Department ■ Has for ) on Stamped Center /Wees "1 3^x36 — Bulgarian designs—J*2^0 CClCll 18x5 4 Scarfs to match. J Stamped Sewing Rags 1 < >n natural colored art linen, in 10c each * six designs. j Stamped Pillaw Cases '1 In 12 designs, cut work, punch , 59c pair work. solid and Trench eyelet. J • • Stamped Pit hie Runners Billow Tops to match, mi art 1 f/irll crash, tloss to complete, in three j*" 1 c conventional designs. “ i \ i V M I he widely advertised and a* *■ eepted standard in uniform / \ / \r** I -’reuses for Nurses and Maids—t IJIA WHITE UXEXE tt / \ / \ - • * Ear Curses IJIA HEACK SOESETTE • i » \ t i»i« hot' MatHs I'* A \\ | || \\ |: mi M