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I Monday, March 24, 1913. STONE & THOMAS The Waathar—Rain.
New Spring Curtains and Draperies ' 1JUNDRHDS of beautiful new Curtains and Draperies here for your choosing— [ • * all fresh and dainty tho they are inexpensive: ! 500 pairs plain Scrim Curtains with 2-inch 200 pairs fancy Scrim and Etamine Curtains, bemstitcht border in white, cream and arab, new effects trimmed with filet insertion and specially priced at 78< a pair. *® *"*,ch' *P«i«Hy P^ced at $1.43 a . * .... . i _ . . Lot of Etamine Curtains in beautiful effects l .200 pairs plain Marquisette Curtains with trimmed with Arabian. Pilet Italian and Cluny homstitcht border in ecru, cream and white. iaces and insertion at $2.50 to $18.00 a 'Specially priced at $1.39 a pair. pair. Drapery Fabric and Hangings Special tables on the third floor displaying Plain Scrim that sold at 14c a yard, on sale new Scrim. Etamine. Casement Cloth and Mar- to-day at 12*24*. quisette Drapery fabrics by the yard at 104*, 500 yards of Imported Cretonne, an import- i 15<*. 184*, 25e* to 50< a yard. cr's surplus after filling Spring orders—come To-day we will place on sale 25 pieces of 38- in tasteful colors and many patterns suitable inch Scrim in white, cream and arab with 3 and for any room in the home at 254* a yard— 4-inch drawnwork borders, good 25c quality; which is about half what these Cretonnes are choice of two patterns for 184* a yard. worth. | Specials in Lace Curtains 400 pairs Nottingham Lace Curtains in white 150 pairs Nottingham Lace and Cable Net and ecru, the regular $1.00 kind, to-day at 694* Curtains in white and ecru, the $1.48 kind, to a pair. day at 984* a pair. 100 pairs Nottingham Lace and Cable Net Curtains in all shades of net. $2.25 to $2.48 qualities, to-day at $1,*)8 a pair. I Showing the New Spring Wall Papers THEY are here and ready for your critical inspection in the most up-to-date Wall Paper Store in the State. In all grades we are showing a larger and more varied assortment than ever be fore. Again the manufacturers have demonstrated that there is to be no half-way stopping-place in the upward artistic strides which have been particularly noticeable in the past few years. The home factories have put out many new ideas, at the same time not forgetting the best of the im ported Papers, giving us copies that equal the originals in colorings and detail at one-third the import price. We extend to all a special invitation to come and look over our offerings. You will he pleased with out method of showing Wall Papers many of them being arranged in such a way that you are able to conceive just how the Paper will look on your walls. We can also give you the exact effects by daylight or artificial light. If you have a room or an entire house to decorate, we will be glad to furnish suggestions and estimates. Our paper hangers are experienced workmen—the best in the city. Naturally now is the ideal time to make your selection and have your work done, as the Spring rush will soon be on. Considering the quality and artistic merits of the Papers we offer, our prices are exceptiPnally | reasonable, and our assortments at the different prices of 5«*, 84*, 10<*, 12' *4*, 15<, 2O4*, JK>r, 35r, 50c up to $5.00 a roll can not be equalled elsewhere in the State. — .— -—-— : ™ ■"III \X/ITH the Spring renovation in progress or in prospect in many households, the question of ncw Floor Coverings is a present one with homekeepers. You will find here the most com- 1 plcte and best assorted lines of Rugs in the greater city -the best values for your money, too. Suggestions relative to a couple of moderately-priced Rugs in carpet sizes: 50 Roxburv and Phillipsburg Tapestrv 50 Bigelow s F.lectra. Sanford and Superior Brussels Room-Size Rugs. 9x12 feet, broad Axminster Room-Size Rugs, in handsome de range of patterns and colorings, the best grade signs, known everywhere for their great wear- i of tapestry on the market, ex- C\ AA ing qualities, 9x12 feet, an extra (>1 Q AA (.client values at. y) i good line of Rugs for. each... [STONE & THOMAS <0 REASON : FOR CHANGE EN*TOR SCOTT THINKS PRES ENT CHARTER IS GOOD ONE (rope Info City on Bull nett. and M/ill Be Here Tomorrow and Vote Against New Charter Kk .senator N i! Srott U m-ni t.pr tm- lit. h in the Pity, and mh.'e •r* will rant hit vote at the eprri-il (•etlnn to tie held Tumdav on the •w rharter In eon vernation «| n t Intellljfeneer reporter la ' even iK In the Mel.lire Motel ■ fi.it, | tat he etme to the iffy or, a htj-i ••• ml««'»,n and mould rern mi h< re —=—r:-. in-, -t .--— until Tuesday evening, when he will lr*'- e for a nay or so. to return later In the week to spend a few days When asked If he would vo'e Tuesday, he said "Yes. I will cart tr> vo*e. hut that Is not my purpose In returning here, although I do not know why the people want a change front the prevent form of govern metit, as | think that it Is a good one The prev-nt charter has only he.-n In e»t*>tetwe for a short time, st.d f think that it ought to be tried hut more The hoard of control Is doing good work and that body should have more time to show what they can do | have not given the commission form of government much thought. h»i* believe that the government In this city Is good, and -Ince the present charter was •» cured h-. the people they should h~ given an opportunity to ne it worked out ’* Otrr 'Sean,ana riga'stfss are rr»n » .toed fie* rr.on-h In t • t ntlr t vt,te* I IN SECLUSION j "Pop" Shipman. Charged With Poet office Robberies, Not Allowed to Talk With Friends. < lyde "Pop ’ Shipman, the Mar firs Ferry man who wan arrested , hv Depiitv trued States Marshall' K.lrle W illiams Friday evening. will i he held in the county Inti until fed : ernl cotirl convenes In Wartlnsbtirs. Apr'l I. When he win he given a pre limlnary hearing and later, if held, wt’l he taken to Columbus, t» in that Clfv he will he siren a trial ba for** the I nlted Stales court im a <h»r*e rrihhlm; or »>eins Implicated | In the inhherv of several local po«. | off ires, |t IS said While confined in the Ohio county jail he will he denied the privilege of ! •eeins any visitors, and will u- kept secluded, so fas aa posslhle, ao that ■ rone of his alleged accomplices will have an nppor'unltjr to get to him i IQeo. E. Johns Co. ■Vomen’s Ready-to-Wear Apparel Distinctive models in tailored and demi-tailored suits coats and ■ DRESSES. ■ Urge and Attractive Selection of Garment. Appropriate for General Occa.iona Manging from the popular priced to the better good*. I 'Women’s and Misses Tailored and Demi-Tailored Suits Df Eponge, Serge., Novelty and Shepherd Check., Wool Bengalme., Wool Poplin., Hairline ■ Worried., Ac, Ac. New Model Jacket, and Draped Skirt._ fcl2.50. $14.50. $17.50. $19.50. $24.50. Upward I Women's and Misses' Coats I For Spring and Summer Wear, *4 and Full Length.. ■ $12.50 $14.50 $16.50 Upward I 300 White Lawn and Madras Waists I Regular $1.00 and $1.50 quality, for 69 cent* I 9 * QUA L1TY Geo. R. Taylor Co. VALUES VARIETY SERVICE The Progressive Store'* FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 24th TO 29th, INCLUSIVE WE INAUGURATE ' A D1SPLA7 OF C0170N TEXTILES We are fitted for this exhibition, for we firmly believe that we have THE GREATEST WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT IN THE WHOLE GREATER WHEEELING DISTRICT, showing an assortment of tex tiles second to none, good to see, pleasing to shop from and entirely satisfactory in results to the MAIL ORDER CUSTOMER. T HE WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT occupies the whole of the OLD GEO. R. TAYLAR STORE. The room where your mothers and grandmothers found everything from a paper of pins to a set of furs, including hose, gloves, laces, etc., is now all wash goods, long lines of shelving filled with them, together with their trimmings, embroideries and laces. COLORED AND WHITE EABRICS Domestic and Imported, From the Sheerest to Tailoring Weight EFLEURE— COTTON VOILE— MARQUISETTE— POPLINS— PIQUES— SILK MULL— BATISTE— ENG. REPP— KINTERGARTEN— MADRAS— 6HERETTE— SWISS MULL— SOISETTE— FCH. GINGHAMS— RATINE DIMITIES— EMB. VOILE— CREPES— DOM. 'GINGHAMS— LINENS— INDIA LINON— PERSIAN LAWN— CHEVIOTS— PERCALES— GALATEA— NAINSOOK— COT. FOULARD— LINENE— CALICO— ETC AN UNUSUAL A TTRA CHON NE W EMBROIDERIES A T ABOUT HALF Full assortment of wanted widths in EDGES. INSERTS, BEADINGS, ETC, in pretty designs in blind and eyelet on Swiss and Nainsook— At 8c Yd. Zt'Z^L At 15c Yd. At 12c Yd. At 19c Yd. ZtXZN0 CUR TA IN OPPOR TUN IT IPS SHORT QUANTITY I.OTS^-1 single to 3 pairs each— At Half Price and Less Nets, Scrims. Real Laces, Nottingham?, Duchess, Cluny, etc.—2 1-3 and 3 \ards long—in White, Ivory and Arab. SILL LENGTH CURTAINS—in 20 styles— Ltamines. Scrims and Marquisette— Edges, Inserts and j Monday, Tuesday and Drawnwork. etc.—our ^ W ednesday— regular lines that sell at I . . 52/J5 and S3.So— J $2.29 Pair DOUBLE THREAD I ACI: CURTAINS— New line, w ell adapted for the curtaining of longer windows—very strong and dur able—show n in White and Ivory— The Pair. $1.98 PLAIN SCRIM CURTAINS— Pecn Edge—a fresh, crisp loi of our well known qualitx—Ivory and Arab—regu lar one— Special. 79c NOVELTY LAGI: CURTAINS— Half dozen styles—Arab and White— were rip to 51.3') pair— Special. 50c Pair WHITE GOODS OPPOR TUNITIES INDIA LINON— A 30-inch width — splendid quality—sheer and uniform— PERSIAN LAWN— A 32-inch width — fine ani beautifully sheer—25c value— XX White NAINSOOK— 12V2c yard—Bolt 12 yards, $1.25 XXX White NAINSOOK— 15c yard—Bolt 12 yards, $1.50 XXXX White NAINSOOK— 18c yard—Bolt 12 yards, $1.75 WHITE I.0NGC1.0T H at same prices as Nainsook. BUT TURKISH TOWELS— Heavy double thread — hemmed — size 1<)X30—bleached— \2\tc EACH TURKISH TOWELS— Heavy double thread—red or blue borders and all white—hemmed—size 21x41_ bleached— 25c EACH TURKISH TOWELS— Extra size—bleached— hemmed — 20x40 inches— 39c EACH PILLOW CASES— (•nod prade Muslin—12x lo inches — 43x36 inches— 10c EACH SHEETS— * Seamless—8ix9o inches— Bleached—7Sc value— 59c EACH Unbleached—65c value— 49c EACH LAROE HUCK TOWELS— All white or with red borders—size 18x46. 10c EACH ---I_ MR. LOUIS APIAR X,t,T'h ORIENTAL RUGS Will remain with us tfc* week. Mr. Arniar has been in Wheeling several time, and has a most satisfac tory record to his credit. Inspection of assortment invited. G OSSA R I) C 0 R SE TS lhi> week will be titled by MISS K |». MeNAl.I.Y, < ( )RSE1 II RI: EM RA( )RI )INARY. Miss McNally comes to us highly recommended for ability—Women who are unusually hard to fit shoulj not miss this opportunity to secure not only what will gi\ e you grace, but health and Comfort. ___ i he laylor Ihorofare lhe 1 aylor Ihorofare