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Your Piano or Player
Piano Will Cost You
Less Through the
Greater Wheeling
a
u
Piano Club
YOU SAVE
1st ? The regular Club reduction.
2nd ? You get double credit up to $50.00 for all
money paid before December 24th, 1916.
3rd ? You get with your Player-Piano absolutely
FREE a $50.00 Player-roll Library.
Suppose you have fully made up your mind to provide a Piano
or Player-Piano for your home. You do not want a cheap Piano at
any price, nor do you want to pay one cent more for a good Piano
than you are obliged to pay to get genuine quality.
RIGHT AT THIS POINT, and for the purpose or supplying the
BEST for the LEAST, the "Greater Wheeling Club" idea originated.
The bringing together of so many purchasers at one time that the
vast number of quick sales would justify SMALLER PROFITS. And
in providing instruments for the "Club" ? which necessitated unusu
ally large orders? we were able to reduce factory cost to a minimum
? hence the extraordinary CONCESSIONS of the "GREATER
WHEELING CLUB."
The Quality and Durability of the Pianos and
Player-Pianos Furnished Through the
" Greater Wheeling Club."
Come to look at the Pianos and Player-Pianos the "Greater
Wheeling Club" provides for its members. Compare ihem with other
Instruments you have seen and you are immediately impressed with
their unusually snappy, up-to-date appearance and STAUNCH me
chanical construction. And bear in mind this one fact ? that these
Pianos, through years of use among your own neighbors right here
in Wheeling, have built a REPUTATION for DURABILITY and SAT
ISFACTORY SERVICE that specially recommends them to the CARE
FUL. JUDICIOUS purchaser,, who realizes that a reputation made by
actual service is proof positive of the real quality of an instrument.
With the QUALITY assured you ? the substantial "CLUB" REDUC
TION?DOUBLE CREDIT (two dollars for one) UP TO FIFTY DOL
LARS for all money paid before December 24t.h? FIFTY DOLLARS'
worth of Player-rolls FREE to each Club member who purchases a
Player-Piano (and Xmas only a few weeks off) ? do you not think it
advisable to make your selection NOW, tomorrow if possible.
Make your selection ? deposit what you can spare NOW, and add
something to it each pay day until December 24th, and we will hand
you a receipt for double the amount you have paid up to FIFTY
DOLLARS.
Davis, Burkham& Tyler Co.
1416-18 Market Street, Wheeling, W. Va.
Exclusive Representatives of the Famous
Steinway, Chickering and Knabe Pianos.
Careful Methods \
of Building
Careful methods of building construc
tion have, perhaps, somewhat retarded
the progress of our new home, but they
have insured permanence. Careful
methods of saving insure financial per
manence. Make the start mow with a
growing account in a "growing" bank.
The Germania
Half Dollar
Pour P.r CV... .. course. Sav}ngs Rank
1501 Market Street
HUNTINGTON MEN
DROWNED IN OHIO
III XT I. W; TON. IV. V.V.. Nov. 1' I ?
Louis Uorvh, -0. and Krnest Blank'ti
ship. 19. glassworkers, were drowned
here tonight In the Ohio river. The
you n s m-n were residents of Uunting
ton and had gone across th>- river to
( 'orey v ill". Ohio. About T:3') p. m. they
started buck to Huntington.* traveling
in a john-boat which belonged to Rorich's
father. Shortly after they left th<:
sr.ore they were heard to shout for help.
Searchers who rowerf out to them found
no trace of them or their craft but
found a pair of floating oars which the
elder Konch subsequently identified as
his property.
EUDOHSE MOVZE B1XX.
FAIRMONT. VV. Vn.. .Vnv. -?I.?' Vhc
National Moving E'ioture ' '??tisorship Met
known as. the ilnyhes-Sinif h bill, pcj.d
ing before, Congress which provides a
commission of rtve wn to in- appointed
by Congress ami r;i id .sufficient salary to
enable thorn to devote their out ire rim*
to the censorship of movies was endors
ed by the executive l.?.jird of the \Wst
Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs,
which was in sesrion here yesterday,
according to an announcement here to
day. Individual c!:ths throughout rho
stale will be asked to endorse the bill.
1 WE DON'T PUBLISH
I FICTICIOUS RATES
TO MISLEAD THE PUBLIC.
WE LOAN MONEY
at the lowest rates. If you hav0
a loan elsewhere, bring in your
receipt and we will show you
how much you can save by BOR
ROWING FROM US.
Credit once established with
us i3 as good as a bank account
in time of need. Our rates and
EASY PAYMENT plans have
proved to be the BEST, because
our customers are glad to come
HOME LOAN 00.
"TBS OLD BE LIABLE."
If at. Phone 1802-M.
Bell Phone 501-1,
1213 TSATLKTT STSIIT.
Over Woolworth'i So and 10c Store
! Mexican Women Killed j
I By a Firing Squad
I FIELD HEADQUARTERS AMERI
CAN PUNITIVE EXPEDITION, MexJ
! Nov. 23 (via radio to Columbus, N. M.,
iNov.24.) ? Three Mexican women have
; been executed by firing squads at El
| Vaile on the ostensible charge, pre
: ferred by C'arranza adherents, that
jthey attempted to kill Colonel Gon
?zales Diaz, commander of the Car
Iranza garrison at El Valle. Papers
i were said to have been found on the
'.women incriminating them.
| Margaret a A cost a. one of ihe
; women, is said to have reevaled a
[plot, which Carrariza officials claim,
i listed Colonel Diaz and others for
{assassination. The El Valle garrison,
I it was said, was to be turned over to
j Vilja.
j Those executed were Margarita
?Acosta, her sister Maria C'astilla. and
'.Maria Reis. her servant. The three!
were shot at sunrise Wednesday. The j
women faced the rifles without weak
ening. This is the first time a trio
of women has been executed in this
part of Mexico.
MEMORIAL SERVICES
The Bev. August C. Rasc&e "will Oliver j
Memorial Sermons Tor Departed \
Members Sunday.
Tim memorial .services ? the morning
in German und the evening in English- ?
for the departed members of the St. I
Paul's Evangelical church. vviM ho held I
tomorrow. The G?rmari service will he
held at 10:30 o'coek and the lt?v. August
Rase! 10. will p retell. chosing as his
topic "Eternal Life." The evening ser
vice in English wi'l commencc at 7 ; ;;0
o'clock and lite topic will he. "Life's
[.?ast Act."
The services will be held for the fol
lowing. at whose funeral Itev. Rasclic
officiated: Angus'' A. Ko.khardt. Wil
liam Seabright. Philip Schneider. Anna
Koth, Daniel Diehl. Matilda Spechr,
Harrj' Schmidt. ? 'hristian !?". Bremer.
Marguret Wen del. t'harles Helnlein.
Christina Rlgner. Charles Rein-xike.
Dorathea Hans. Nicholas Frees. John A.
Meyers. George W. Seiirumpf. Conrad !?'.
Luckhardt. Mary l\. rrancke. Renu Mur
rin, Henry Sondermann, Louis Biscliof.
Robert FYankltn Kichl Henry Jaeger,
Harry Diehl, Joseph Cull, Frank I#. Fish
and ilalzar Schul.
"PISTOXi" JOHNSON DYING.
Sr?**lal t>iM>atc)i fn tltc Intrillcencer.
HUNTI.YGTOX Nov. HI ? William 8.
"Pistol" Johnson, who was the suc
cessful candidate on the Republican
ticket for state treasurer, is dying at
his home in Mt. Hope. Fayette county.
The treasiirer-ol??ct won over t.loyil
Rinelmrf. of Weston, in the contest No
vember 7, after winning over a field of
contestants the Republican nomination
in the primaries last June.
MIKE CUSIC'S MACHINE COLLIDES
WITH WAGON IN NORTH
END.
Horse So Badly Hurt it Had. to Be
Killed ? Purely Accidental ? Driver
to Pay Damag-es.
A horse l>H'.'iininK t'-> Tony L<opr<\ele.
a local fruii ?l?*n loi*. was so badly in
ju roil that ii had to bo killed when it
was struck l?y Milu- t'ush-'s automobile
ai First, st ret yesterday evening. The
animal's les: was broken in such a man
ner that the animal could not be saved.
Shortly at't'-r the accident. <~"usic was
brought '<? police headquariers here by
Town Marshal Rice of Warwood. He
had l.opmsie go to the city building. and
voluntarily agreed to pay for the horse,
which was agreeable to the owner of
thf animal, and no prosecution will be
trade.
At police headquarters last nif:hi it
was stati-d that the collision was purely
accidental.
GARS TO RETURN
CHARLESTON. W. Va., Nov. 24 ?
While no decided influx need be ex
pected. West Virginia mine operators,
afier a conference in Cincinnati, with!
railway officials this week, are as
sured that the return of cars from the
western roads may be expected to he
gin early next week.
Chesapeake and Ohio officials began
negotiations ioday with ore carrying
roads of the northwest looking toward
utilizing ore cars in the coal carrying
trade in this and nearby slates during
the next four months.
While the Kanawha mines were giv-j
en more cars than usual during the]
firsl two work days this week, ihe
average supply for ihe week so far I
has not exceeded 55 percent of the |
normal alotment.
ISLAND WOMAN
DIES SUDDENLY
Mrs. Julia Sand Gardner, aged 72,!
one of Wheeling's most estimable la- !
dies, died suddenly at her home in No.
500 North Front street, this morning
at 2:30 o'clock.
The sound of her falling body awak
ened a daughter and son, who were
sleeping in rooms adjoining that, oc- 1
cupied by Mrs. Gardner.
She is survived by two daughters,
Miss Amelia, at home, and Mrs. F.
A. Cutter, of New York City, and two
sons, James and Isaac, at home.
RIVER NEWS
The snow flurries and cold wave,
over the water sheds for the past few
days is now interfering with ihe pack
ets. adding to the troubles of the river
men. Deck hands have also been |
scarce for the past several weeks and
the first sign of winter is tending to
drive them to other occupations. Re
gardless of these facts the boats are I
making exceptionally good time and
are slated to run on their regular |
schedule.
A good boat stage is. now being anti
cipated for the Ohio and the packets)
which have been tied up the greater
part of the summer on account of the j
low water will likely resume within a
very short time. The Dunbar and!
Tell City have been put into first class ]
condition and are practically as good
as new.
The Liberty arrived last night and!
will depart at 11:30 o'clock this morn
ing for Matamoras. The Ruth will be |
here Sunday morning at 8 o'clock en
route from Parkersburg to Pittsburgh.
The water is keeping up well along
this section there being 9 feet in the
local pool last night and 3 feet below
the McMechen dam. A slight rise is I
reported to be coming from the upper]
streams.
Lights Are Changed.
Lansing H. Beach, inspector of the'
Fourteenth lighthouse district, hasj
sent out notices to masters and pilot*
notifying them that in Section 11 of
his district Aid No. 20, known as
Ogden Landing, has been discontinued
and a new light, established three
quarters of a mile below on the left
bank. The new aid is to be known as
Helman Field light. ?
RAINFALL STATIONS.
CHARLESTON. W. Va.. Nov. :M.? The
United Stales Weather Bureau here has
been informed that special river and
rainfall stations in the Kanawha and
New River valleys have been established.
They tvil b-nable the bureau Jo receive
and Rive :.i? definite information con
cerning- probable river sicijjfs. The new
stations at at .Mvlleselly, Va.; Jefferson,
N. C,. and Raine|l'\ Minefield. Kayford.
Madison and Kissonville, all in West
Virginia. Sjx-rial reports froin these
stations will Ik- s<>tn jo W. C. Pever
eaiir. meteorologist. ai Cineinna I i. only
when there is unusual rainfall.
SXTSPECT NOT CRONUS
PPAT.PTNG. Neb.. Nov. 24.? The .s.js
1-ecr lvid here Is not .Tean Crones. the
alleged poisoner of soup served at a
1'nivrrsity Club dinner last winter in
rhiiTiRo. This was the decision tonicht
,.f a Chicago police officer and four
newspaper men from that city who -san.:
here after being: nolifled that the pris
un'T resembled Crones.
The man was released.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
dTed
GARDNER ? On Sittird.w. Ncxtnl-T L-". M'lfi. alj
2:3<1 n'rlru-k a m.. at tht, family riMilMirp No. j
.",110 North Kmnt Ktr*ei. MRS. JULIA SAND'
IJAJIDNKB. In her 72iiU rr*r.
Mineral notioo hereaftw.
VIKING!
Spark Plugs $1
The Plug- wltli a j
r?al guarantee.
This Plug is guur- j
anteed to give en- i
tire .satisfaction; I
if it fails to do so
a new plug will be
sent you free of I
charge or your j
money refunded, i
What is the usa |
of buying some
cheap pIuk. when
you are sure of
getting a plug
built for service
for a little added
expense.
L U K E N S
Electrical Shop
27 Tenth St.
Wheeling, "W. Va.
' "9
THE LOW
PRICE
CEADERS
MANUFACTURERS' OUTLET SALE
COATS, SUITS, DRESSES
Associated producers of Ladies lieady-to-\\ ear (iarments of New ^ ork s foremost factories select
one merchant in every city as an outlet for their surplus stock and sample lines; we are the Wheeling
agency whereby this mighty Mock of exclusive tailored garment's are thrown on the market at 40e on
the dollar.
The force of this event is so pronounced from goods sold in llie regular way 1 hat it casts an
eclipse over any and every garment offering. ever witnessed in Wheeling.
The Opportune Day to Buy a Coat Is Saturday
Because we feature the greatest ( 'oat Values ever experienced in November: Coat offerings that usually
obtain in January, that's the kind <?! values this Saturday ('oat event affords.
Novelty Mixtures ;i ud Plain Che
viot and Ziheline ('oats. Virtues to
.fl8.")0 in this assortment.
HIGH GRADE COATS OF EXCLUSIVE MODELS
FEATURED AT A SAVING SO PRONOUNCED WE CHALLENGE THE MOST SKEPTICAL AND
EXACTING SHOPPER TO MATCH THESE VALUES >
Coats of AYool Yelour, AJon
tignac. Salts Plush and ex
clusive Mixtures. Values to
$25.00.
Rack of Plush Coats with hiv or
Chases Plush iriiimiLiig. \ allies to
$27..">0 and $:)U.OO.
$:L\~)0 to $:37.50 Plush, Wool Yclour
mid Bolivia Cloth and Broadcloth
Coats, all colors and corrcct in every
detail.
1
| TWO SATURDAY SUIT SPECIALS 1
Ladies' and Misses All-Wool Poplii
villc Cheviot and Wool Yrloui* Suit
to $29.50. All go Saturday at
Serge, Lvnicns
Values $25.00
A CLE AX-SWEEP OF EV ERA
irOl'SE ? $:-5.">.00 to $37. -jO values
stricted choice. $15.00.
' SUIT IX THE
all -ro vour unre
IMF If f IIVFRY Grand Finale Glean Sweep i
H l^JL JiJijitjjil l! J. For Saturday Choosing ffl
Any Trimmed Hat in the
House, Take Your Choice
Any Untrimmed Hat in the
House, Take Your Choice
Not going; to detail, this Millinery offer- ? the values are more impressive than printer's ink.
solicit your inspection and negotiate your judgment.
We
1
LADIES' SKIRTS
$3.69 "
168 All-Wool Skirts go on sale Saturday morning. The;/
/ire $(>.oU to values, including Serges. Poplin. Whipcord
ami (Gabardine. All colors and the most wanted styles the sea
son lias produced, including regular si/.cs and extra size waist
measures. The skirl opportunity of the season.
CHILDREN'S HATS
All that's left. Thev go in three assortments
69c 98c $1.50
Instead of For $1. .10 and Kor ^'J.-lO lo
.$1.00 .+1.IIS Hats ijiJi.OO Hats
Some choice picking' it you act promplly.
TABLE OF FEATHER FANCIES, .lUc to + 1.00 values,
go at
:10c
TABLE OF $1.00 AND $1.25 GINGHAM AND PER
CALE HOUSE DRESSES go on sale at
SATURDAY WAIST SALE
] 20 Dozen Voile, Lawn ancl .Madras Waists, $1.25 and f7Q^
$1.50 values go at i v v
Lot of Crepe de Chine Wash Silks and Voile tf*-! A Q
Waists. Values to $2.50. Saturday special
Ladies' Waists iu a special assortment $1.95
Cnpo do Chine Lace. Net or Voile. Values up to $3.98
in this lot. !
ALL-WOOL SERGE POPLIN, MESSALINE, CHARMEUSE
and TAFFETA SILK DRESSES, $15.00 to $18.50 values.
All on one rack for Saturday choosing .... $7.95
The season s most wanted models and colors. A rare bar
gain.
SWEATER COATS'
Ladies' All-Wool Sweaters. lied, Navy Blue. Tan C*0 Q?\
and Oxford (irav : .f-'j.DS to $5.00 values. Choice
CHILDREN'S ALL-WOOL SWEATERS, tan and A A
oxford : $2.50 values at . ^JL?
WHITE'S BAZAAR
1116 Main Street
For Money Saving Chances
SERMON FOR SONS AND j
DAUGHTERS J)F LIBERTY j
Will Be Delivered Sunday Morning in j
Warwood M. E. Church ? Dr.
Buckley to Preach.
; l)n Sunday m 11 a. m. ai I lie \Var-|
wood M. E. church. corner Fourteenth i
and Warwood avenue. thp pastor, I
Rev. J. C. Buckloy, will preach the I
annual sermon for the Sons and ;
Daughters of Liberty. Several coun- J
cils will be represented and the mem-i
bors will attend in a body. The sub
ject of the sermon is "David's Fa re- j
well Address lo 11 is Son. Solomon.":
The public is invited.
Reformation Rehearsal \
Will Be Held Monciay Evening- in zion j
Lutheran Church.
<>n Monday evening. at 7:30 at Zion'.tl
I .uiheran chun-h, .Market .stroll and!
? 'hiireh Alley. the performers. chorus!
singers. choral singers and Others in tlioi
caste of "Tin; Story of the information. "
will meet for rehersal. The trainer, Mrs. ?
A. J.. Strand, who has jus! ended a. u-oi
night entertainment in Bethlehem. J'a.j
will be present to '.ike charge of the!
four. so of training. Kaeli afternoon and.
? ?vonlng will he piwn it rehersals. The |
public performances take pine In tlie.
>??? it t ish_ I ti if i 'at li 'Viral auditorium. IV- 1
? ???mlier 7 and S. Tin- i lahorxt c costuniosi
are provided by Miss ??. Ethel Brown, of!
W asliincton, P. ('.. who nlso gives ,i I
splendid riding of "The Story of the
Ueformation."' ' i
Domestic - Oriental Rugs
I Made of Wools, Worsteds and Dyes imported direct from Damas
cus and the other world-old rug making centers of the Orient.
These rugs are exact reproductions, in color, design and material,
of famous Oriental rugs, and are guaranteed to wear as . only the
Oriental Rug does.
All standard sizes, from 25x40 inch to 9x12 feet, carried in stock?
$4.50 to $75.
JHE pURGESS PARPET ?0.
1121 Market Street. FLOOR COVERING SPECIALISTS. Both Phones.
rUGITlVES CAPTURED.
PL'XXSt'TAVVNKT. PA. Nov. 24 ?
lifliry \V. .Mutlfrn. UK*d 17. and Rnbcrt
Craham. au^d L'O, wliri cs<ap<vl from
I ho .WfVrsnri County jail yosi orday wern
r?'-rn pt it r^il la i >? today in a ?~nal bank at
Kicluuldsvilk near here. .Neither offer
I r?(i any resistance and they were return
ed to the Jail nt Urookvil I". Mottern is
under sentence to be electrocuted on
January 22 for the murder of AVm.
Haines.
ARCHBOID IMPROVING-.
i NK\V 1'URK, Nov. 21. ? Tlic condition
1
of John D. Archhold, president of iho
Standard Oil coinpioiy ol' X. \v ,i?t? >.
who was oporateil iii>on lor appendicitis
last night ?i his htnni> at Tarry town
said tonight to !?' n.< C.ivorabl'; :is eon! I'
''Is cxpectffft fonsiiior'na Mr. A ivhool.l's
jicc. Mrs. A rchholcl i-i tile only illenilj*r|
01' lilc iOJUill' u.*iUi him.

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