Thursday, October 26. 1916. STONE & THOMAS The Weather-Fair.
Special Purchase and Sale of f\f\
200 Crepe de Chine Blouses
AX TTNT7SUAL event in our Blouse Section Thurs
day will be this sale of new Silk Blouses, fea
turing the latest of Blouse styles at decided sav
ings ? the result of a special purchase.
Here are 200 brand new Blouses made
of tine quality crepe de Chine, showing all
the new little touches that make a Blouse so
attractive. Included are Waists with
New Frills Large Collars
Different Cuffs New Plaitings
New Sleeves Clever Hemstitching
i In the assortment arc 12 different styles
in crepe de Chine in both flesh and white.
Also one style made of extra heavy
white silk with large roll collar.
Every style can be had in all sizes ? a
noteworthy offering at $3.00.
? Garment Store ? Third floor.
Ye Olde Tyme Arts and Crafts
AT THE Leather S?ction we are showing most artistic repro
ductions of ancient hand-embossed leather in combination
?with verdigris and bronze coloring. These are made up into
Hand Bags in antique shapes with copper wrought frames orna
mented with old Egyptian and mythological characters and em
blems ? $1.00 to S6.4S. ?Main floor
Bring In Your Pictures
BRING to our store any ac
ceptable photograph and we
will enlarge it to a beautiful
, 14x20-inch size convex picture
for only 19?. Samples of the
work scattered throughout the
store. Picture Enlarging Sec
tion on the second floor. Xo mail
orders filled ? bring in your
Lightning Silver Cleaner
rp HE L 1 G H T X IN G S I L Y E K
JL CLEANER is a device that will
clean your silverware quickly, thor
oughly and without the least, hit of
trouble or bother. Its use is simplicity
itself, and it positively will not- injure
the finest silver or jewelry. It re
moves tarnish by electricity produced
by the metals used in construction. On
sale at the -Jewelry Section at $1.00.
? Main floor.
Fabrics for Skirts and Dresses
SOME stirring values in Silk and Wool Fabrics for j
skirts, waists, dresses and suits ready for your I
selection and priced in your favor. Here arc a few of i
36-inch Chiffon Taffeta Silk in a complete range of street, and
evening shades, very much in favor for dressy frocks, exceptional
values at $1.38 a yard.
33-inch Wide-Wale Corduroy Suiting now much in demand
for coats and suits, all the wanted street shades, 98c a yard.
40-inch Black and Colored Crepe de Chine of exceptional
quality for $1.38 a yard.
Wool Dress Fabrics
These are the fabrics so much fav
ored this season for tailored skirts,
? 40-inch Rhodesia Cloth at $1.00 a
? 48-inch Shepherd Checks at SI. 50
? 48-inch Epingle Cloth at ?1.50 a
? 48-inch Gabardine at ?1.75 a yard.
? 48-inch Colling-dale Cloth at ?1.95
? 50-inch Broadcloth at ?2.00 a yard.
? 54-inch Novelty Suiting- at ?2.50 a
yard. c y
SKIRTS MADE TO MEASURE for S2.00 in wool and $2.50
in silk fabrics, the cost covering sponging, cutting, finding and
first-class workmanship, you to furnish the material for skirt.
? Second floor
ARKANSAS VISITORS !
WILL ARRIYE TODAY
SPECIAL TRAIN WILL ARRIVE AT
* 7:30 OVER THE B. <i 0. WITH
The Public Can View the Displays
- While the 200 Visitors Inspect
Carrying about 200 representative
citizens and four cars <>:' the products
of the mines, soils and industries of
Arkansas, a special train will arrive
in Wheeling over the & O. at 7:".0i
o'clock this morning, remaining for j
one and one half hours, when it w;ll |
then depart for the west. The gen-,
ecal public is invited to visit the ex
hibits while the visitors will be taken j
a trip through the city.
The Wheeling Commercial associa- j
K tion .'diui the Ohio Valley Auto club |
5j|^?n:acle arrangements to entertain j
" l^^Arkansasites during their brief !
stay in the city. Automobiles will be |
provided for the trip and all the large j
industries ot' the city will be visited.
The train left Little Hock. Ark., sev
eral days ago and is making a tout
through the east. It will be out for
forty days during which time many
of the prominent cities of the east
ern states will be visited.
Got Rid of Her Stomach Trouble. i
. "Since childhood I have been obliged ]
to eat sparingly and carefully. .My j
doctor who had been treating me with- j
out success advised me to try Chamb- j
erlain's Tablets. I sent for a box and j
they worked like a charm. They j
strengthened my digestion and reliev- !
ed the constipation. Occasionally 1 1
take a dose of them when not feeling |
just right and they quickly fix me up."
?writes Mrs. J. P. Brady, Victor, X Y.
I ARTISTS' REGITAL
I Given at Carroll Club Last Night Was j
j A Very Entertaiining Event ?
One of the most interesting musical I
[ recitals held here for sometime was i
that given by Josef Konecy, and com- j
| pany, ata the Carroll club auditorium1
last night under the auspices of I
j Wheeling Council 504, Knights of Col-I
umbus. This famous Bohemian violin
virtuoso was ably assisted by Martha
| Stelzl. soprano, and Mary Travis,, pi- j
:aniste. Th? auditorium was packed I
almost to its capacity and all those I
attending were given" a rare musical I
i The heavy log of the early mornings!
lis continuing to d eiay the river packets!
| and the Huth. enroutc from Pittsburgh !
? to Gallipot is. is one day late, it tie-!
j purled from th?j local wharf at 6 o'clock j
| last ni^ht. Thi- Liberty came in lasti
(night t'roui Matamoras anil is scheduled j
I to depart at 11:30 this morning on its:
[regular weekly run to Marietta. The!
Liberty wilt return Friday and depart I
Saturday for Matamoras.
j Word was received here last nipht b?
| Captain Henry Shuti- r. in charge of the
1 local wharf boat, that the Tell City
I would resume operations the latter part
I of the week. running on Its regular
schedule between Charleston and f'itts
, burgh. It is due hero Sunday morning
i at 10 o'clock for Pittsburgh.
The stage in the local pool last nijrht
i was feet '5 inches and below the Mc
j Mechen dam 5 feet 1 inch. The bear
I traps nave been lowered.
The following announcement of inter
! est to river m- n -was sent out yester
t day from the office of th^ lighthouse
inspector at Cincinnati: Masters and
pilots are notified that Aid No. 30fi
< .Nine-Mile Bar. No. -). has hoen moved
to the Ohio side directly opposite where
it stood on the Kentucky side. This aJdl
will now be known aj> Nine-Mile Bar,
PITTSBURGH, Pa.. (Jet. 23. ?
DAVIS IS1?AND DAM-S.l feet, Stat
STEC BEX VILLE DAM? 9.1 feet, sta
.ST El -BEN VILLE ? 9.6 feet, station
PAKKERSBURG ? 10 feet, stationary;
M ORGAN TOWN ? 7.8 feet. fa II in?;
OIL CITY ? 1.7 feet, rlslnsr; cloudy.
WARREN ? foot, rising; rain.
Edward W. Wortman. 26, and Pearl
M. Wallace, 21, both of Belliare, 0.
Tbos. B. Sweeney appointed admin
With Old Black Joe Cough Syrup
Colds and grippe are caused hy a
germ. One of the ingredients in Old
Black Joe Cough Syrup is an oil that
medical sceince says will destroy this
gprra. Another valuable ingredient is J
one that opens the air passages and
loosens tho phlegm so that the oils j
in the syrup can reach tho germ and
soothe the irritation.
Old Black Joe Cough Syrup is ab
solutely safe for every member of the j
family. It is free from all opiates, chlo
roform and narcotic drugs. A big bot
tle costs only 25c at any store in the
city or country.
Geo. EL Johns Co.
The Quality Shop
Women's Fashionable Suits
For walking* or street wear we present the tailored suit with its trim, pleasing
lines. For formal wear the smart suit of soft, rich fabric, trimmed with mole, seal or!
other fashionable fur.
$24.50, $34.50, $45.00 up to $145.00
Women's Suits of Gabardine, Serge or Poplin, belted or half- belted ) Cfti
models, fur trimmed or in simple tailored effects ? j j
Women's Suits of Velour Cloth or Broadcloth, fancy tailored or fur } Cf|!
trimmed, also the straight-line models ? j
Women's Cloth and Silk Dresses
Much has been said of the simple lines uf the new frocks ? not enough of' their rcalj
beauty. Trimming of embroidery and quaint st-itchwork make the models still more
Serge Walking Dresses $12.50, $16.50, $22.50 up to $39.50
Silk and Satin Afternoon Dresses $16.50, $19.50, $24.50 up to $75.00
istraior of the estate of Lulu 13. Sween
ey, deceased. Bond, $1,000; j. E. H.
Sweeney security. J. McF. Sweeney,
5. H. Smith and P. C. Smith, appraisers
Appointment made on written request
of all the niejrs at law.
J;i in es G. Finley and wife io George
A. MiJhum and wife, Lot llil in Glen
H. C. Connelly and wife to Paul H.
Smith and wife, part of Lot 28, Zelles
addition to Wheeling (Island).
Katherine Gehringer to Mary C.
Buckley, property in Fulton.
Wheeling Realty company to Ursula
Fall, 'ind. Lots 152 and 153, li road Ave.,
John Hlaney to Clarence Ridgley and
wife, parcel of land at Honey's Point.
Deeds of T rust
Five deeds of trust were filed for
record in the county clerk's office yes
BIBLE CLASSES TO MEET f
Neighborhood Bible classes ? >f dis
tricts 1, t an<l s will meet ibis cvonini?
a i 7:."0 o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. j
AtHTiTOnibif of 501' South IVnn Mrfft.
Island. A short program will be mid-|
oivmI at the close ut? which ? social time;
will be enjoyed.
A( moderate prices. Examination
and estimates made without
Gold Crowns $5.00 1
Bridge Work ? A Tooth
Dr. Worth Paugh
G. Ed Mendel & Co.
Now location ? 1213 Chapllao StrMt.
31'tjb.er Phono 257.
Geo. R. Taylor Co.
u The Progressive Store
Friday and Saturday Only
Art Dep't specials
79c Nainsook | r r
Combination ? )
75c Envelope ) a r\
Chemise ? j ' s v
79c Niglit ) rfl
Gowns ? j 3UC
$.1.19 Jap Lunch Sets, ) q s\
13 pieces ? j kj/C
$1.50 Laundry and Shoe)
Bags to match ? )
0. N. T. Lustre ? all shades?) r f\
Box of 12? ( -5 UC
Bridge Table ji /y ^
Covers ? j
Bucella Cordonette or )
Pearl Collar ?
\5 J or 25 c
Friday and Saturday Only
16 and 18 inch Black Bags
Leather lined travel bags,.
lift catches ? spring lock ?
inside pockets ? sewed cor
ners ? for lady or gentlemen.,
Friday and- Saturday Only
Wool Nap Btankets
72x84 inches ? in pink,)
blue or grey plaids ? a regu- \ $2.48 pr.
lar $3.50 value ? )
Friday and Saturday On/y
Linen Damask Napkins
21-inch ? assorted designs)
? regular $2.50 ?
S. 1.98 d:
Friday and Saturday Only
Silk c# Cotton Crepe de Chine
Regular 75c value.
In Maize, Peach, Sky, (''open, Navy, Nile,
Pink, Rose, Lt. CJrey, Ilelio, Black and White
? a weave for blouses and line frocks ? rich,
crepev effect ?
Friday and Saturday Only
In bright colors and pat \
terns ? pretty and so reason-V 7 C/~
able ? regular 18c ? ) -L L
THE AVERAGE WOMAN LITTLE
KNOWS THE DEMANDS THAT AJRE
MADE IN CORSETRY TO-DAY.
Corsets for every figure, of course, but
variously boned, of color, of fabric, of
li eighth' and length and depth ?
WE PLEASE ALL
A New Gossard
for small figures ? adapted for woman
equestrienne or athlete ? low bust and the
cut out front give absolute freedom to
limbs ? pink batiste ?
New All Elastic
Presents a hooked front ? and a laced
bark ? a bit different .from the ordinary
elastic girdle, the back lacing makes it fit
waist closely ? in pink ?
$2.00 and $2.50
Other girdles, $1.00 to $3.50.
in beautiful pink coutil
and batiste ? elastic top
and medium skirt ?
G IVES' UNHAM PE RED
FREEDOM OF ACTION
C-B al a Spirite
A popular priced corset-made in styles
for all figures and shown hre in fts great
est scope ? Its good materils preserve its
shapeliness and it renders he fullest serv
$1, $1.50 tc $3.50
Get Mc Call's Quarterly ?
Afe Waists of
Plaid and Stripe
Bright and somber put torus- ? long square
collars and narrow roll collar ? neat turn
cutT ? elastic at waist. THE PRETTIEST
PLAIDS AND COLOR COMBINATION'S
CERTAIN TO MAKE EFFECTIVE SET
OFF TO SL'IT OR SKIRT ? match or con
trast ? either is likely- obtainable if you conic
early while color range is complete.
New Lingerie Blouse
With front of tucks suul two rows of insert
ing ? collar edged also in matched heavy
Venise lace ? the collar is large and deep
with eriss cross tucks, lace edge culVs in
turned back style ? material sheer white
Market Street ? Waist Section.
Women' s Lisle Hose
IN MEDIUM AND WINTER WEIGHT.
Black, tan and white ? regular and out
siy.es ? in ribbed top in split sole and in
25 c, 35 c, 50c
Note the luster in the silk lisle, its elas
ticity. its neatness of fitting, a dress hose in
every sense ? the silk Hose worthy alter
AN ECONOMICAL IDE J! FOLLOWED
H V .MAX V HOME MAKES TODAY
PERMITS MEASUREMENT TO FIT
TO INTRODUCE A BIT OINOVELTY?
TO SAVE OFTEN, "WE SUGEST
Scrims a?id Maruheites
A host of patterns, everting new in
white, cream and eeru ? elo woven and
open. To them can be addl lace edges,
motifs and inserts of your on making or
bought right here.
Mi AND 40 INCH?
19 c, 22c, 2c, 35c
In 40 Sty A
This is our regular winter te ? that it is
comprehensive frors without lying, white
and natural grounds, over flouings of self,
yellow, pink and blue ? an dainty and
durable curtain fabrics.
:?6. 45, 54, 72 inches wide ?
19 c , 25c , 39cJ8c
and 98c Yai
LONG AM) SHORT? WHE ONLY
FINK AND FIN:
25c, 35c, 9c
Our line has been abundarr reinforced.
The 25c is edged with tiny ffle, the 35c
lias embroidering at neck a muff, the 5Pc
are with and without yokes-4so a dainty
shirred effect. All are of sr white nain
sook as daintily made as yovould wish.
Pants J Each
of lionvy fleeced lined
soft, warm and prettily fin
ished ? in sizes 3 to 14 year
? well made and that en
sures much wash and wear.
In white aud colored
stripes, with or without col
lar ? all prettily finished
with silk stitching, or cord
ed edges ? made full and
roomy ? worth t.he full dol
lar price for which they
5,4 7 URDA Y'S HOURS
8 to 6 o'Clock
all or pnrt .nl and fall
50c, $lj, $1.50 }
$2.00 ai $2.50
Outing ?. tticoats
29c ai 50c
VALUES INVERT IN
STANCE pi hem and
scallop ? in iany color
stripes and b.
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