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100 Beautiful Blew Coats
THROUGH our office in New York City we received yesterday this great lot of Coats which are the sample stock of one
of New York's leading Coat manufacturers. In buying the entire lot they were secured at an exceptional price-re
duction. Bought in the usual manner these Coats would cost $10 to $20 more. The illustration will give you an idea of
the styles which are the newest and smartest of the season. Included are Coats of
? with large fur collars, fur trimmings or untrimmed. Every wanted color is here.
Full Coats Flare Coats Belted Coats
Remarkable Coat values at $25.00
? Garment Store ? Tiiird floor
Thanksgiving Neckwear
WHILE casting about for something new and at
tractive to wear Thanksgiving Day you will find
here extreme Freucliy-looking novelties that will lend
just the right touch to the holiday outfit, as well as
more staple effects for those who prefer them:
New Broadcloth Collars and Sets, scalloped edges, pinked
edges, plain and Yenise, 50? to $3.50.
About a hundred styles nf large Collars of organdie, round and
square backs, embroidered and lace trimmed, 49? each.
Windsors galore ill mostly anything anyone can uish, checks,
plaids, stripes, dots and plain satin and crepe Ties, 25? and 50^.
?Main floor
Saturday, November 25, 1916.
The Weather ? Fair.
Buy Your Thanksgiving
Gloves Here Saturday
will want warm gloves
to wear to t lie football
frame ? get them here Saturday.
Washable Kid Gloves in plain
and novelty effects, pique sewn,
shades of Newport, ivory, putty,
gray, taupe, canary. Smyrna, pearl,
black and white. $1.50 to $2.75 pair.
Mocha Gloves, one pearl clasp,
Meyers make, sand color with heav
ily embroidered backs, $2.50 pair.
Children's Washable Kid Gloves,
also Kid ana Mocha Gloves, silk
and fleece lined, $1.00 and $1.15 pair
? Main floor.
Charming New Blouses
$5.90 and $6.90
IX AN unlimited number of smart new styles these Blouses are
most attractive, because of their newness and their beautiful
colorings. They are made of
Crepe de Chine' and Georgette Crepe
with many new style-touches. Some show plaitings and newest
frills on front ? others are smartly hemstitched ? others have em
broidery in self or contrasting colorings. Come in white, flesh,
maize, gold, wistaria and Nile green ? $5.90 and $6.90.
? Third floor
WHIT AKER-GLESSMER
- COMPANY WILL BUILD
$200,000 WAREHOUSE
CITY PERMIT~GRANTED FOR THE
STRUCTURE ON REYMANN
BREVyERY PROPERTY.
^ LaBelle Iron Works Gets Permit for
Gas Plant ? Big Addition to
Presbyterian Church.
City Building Inspector J. J. Fahey
yesterday granted to the Whitaker
Glessner company a permit for the
/rection of a $200,000 warehouse on
the property recently purchased by
the Whitaker-Glessner interests from
the Reymann interests. The site of
the new annex is part of the Reymann
1 rewery property, located between the
Peninsula end of the Seventeenth
Street bridge and the Wheeling Cor
rugating plant.
The mammoth new warehouse will
te constructed of concrete and steel
f.nd the work will be done by the
3P BULL'S
(HJGHffiRUP
A speedy, reliable doctor's prescription lor
relief of colds and coughs. At the first sign
of congestion of the respiratory tract organs
?sore, throat, rattling and ?wheezing in the
ihost, etc., get a bottle of the remedy that
has stood the test of 50 years. At all drag
zftts ? 25c.
FRFF TFST Write to A.G.McyM'&Co^
TXV". 11,01 Mtntlon Paper. Balto..Md.
G.Ed Mendel & Co.
rxrarxxAT. 2>r&z gtobjl
J7?w X>oo*tlon ? 1313 CfcApliM Street,
a'.thei yhone 2*7.
! Foundation company and the River
j side Bridge company. The building
! will be five stories hisrh.
LaBelle Gas Plant.
; Another city permit was granted
i for the erection of a six-tauk artificial
gas plant, costing $1S,000, for the La
Belle Iron Works. The plant is to be
erected on the east side of Alley G,
: between Thirty-first and Thirtieth
streets. It was to connect this plant
with the LaBelle mill tnat the LaBelle
|a little more than a week ago secured
; the enactment of ordinances by coun
' cil permitting the crossing of Alley
*G with an overhead conduit, under
! ground tunnel and railroad switch at
? a grade, for which concessions the La
! Belle volunteered to pave that square
of Alley G.
Church Addition.
! One other big permit issued this
.week was for the erection of a $3,500
addition to the Second Presbyterian
church. It will occupy two lots ad
joining the church at Market and
Twenty-first streets and will be used
. for the accommodation of the increas
! ing Sunday school. The J. W. Beltz
i Construction company will erect this
; addition.
; SEATS FOR THE BERNHARDT
i ENGAGEMENT NOW ON SALE
SOUTH SIDE GIRL
i SEVERELY BURNED
I CLOTH ING OF MISS IRMA GEISEl.
I CATCHES FIRE WHILE SHE
STUDIES NEAR STOVE.
| Her Life Was Saved Only by the
Presence of Mind of Others
in the House.
i Irma Goisel, the 16-year-old daugh
! ter of C. H. Geisel, the South Side
(baker .was very seriously burned
about the body and hands yesterday
evening when her clothing caught fire
from the flames in a gas stove. She
was taken to the Ohio Valley General
hospital and will recover.
Miss Geisel lives with her parents
at 3207 Jacob street and is a student
at Wheeling high school. According
to members of the family, she had
gone to her room to prepare some of
her lessons and drew her chair so
close to the stove that her skirt I
caught fire. When she saw her cloth- (
I ing was ablaze she ran through the ;
? hallway and down the stairs lo the i
: first floor. During this time the fire
had almost completely destroyed her
? wearing apparel and burned her body
i very severely.
| The young lady was so frightened
that she was unable to assist herself
J in anyway and it was only by the
?presence of mind of the other mem
[ bers of the family that her life was
1 saved.
freeTrousers
A pair of pants valued at $5.00 will
be given away absolutely free begin
! ning today by the National Woolen j
j Mills store, 1233 Market street, with i
i every order. The store is now offer- 1
I ing a varied selection of fall suits and I
I overcoats made of the highest class [
[woolens and to show their customers i
j that their patronage is appreciated,
the trousers are being given free.
| The store has worked up a wonder
: ful trade in the Wheeling district by
I guaranteeing satisfaction or the re- i
j turn of the purchase money. They
I specialize In $17.00 suits and over- 1
i coats.
JUST OPENED j
j |
Wonderland Shows
16th and Market Sts. . I
! FREAKS, RARE ANIMALS !
AND CURIOSITIES.
10 Big Shows 10?. !
Children 5<^.
Open from 8 a. m. Until
10:30 p. m.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE
MAN-EATING SHARK.
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? Geo, E. Johns Co. \
The Quality Shop
REMARKABLE REDUCTIONS
FRIDAY and SATURDAY j
Friday and Saturday you may choose Suits or Coats, of the better quality at
reductions you usually look for in January.
Coats $24.50 $29.50 $34.50
Formerly $37.50 Formerly $42.50 Formerly $47.50
Including Plain and Pur-Trimmed? Fine, large, roomy Coats fashioned of
Bolivia, Velour, Cheviot and Tweed, full flaring belted models. Also semi-fitted.
Colors, Xaw Blue, Brown, Green, Plum, Burgundv.
Suits $16.50 $24.50 $32.50
Formerly to $24.50 Formerly to $36.50 Formerly to $45.00
Including Plain and Fur-Trimmed, comprising Broadcloths, Poplins, Chevi
ots. Gabardines, in a i^rge and attractive assortment of models, lined with Peau de
Cygne and Satin. Full- and semi-fitted models in all desirable lengths and desired
colors.
\ /
GREEN ADAMS LIES DOWN TO
SLEEP THURSDAY NIGHT IN
HIS STABLE
Boy Found His Body Cold In Death In
Stall Yesterday Morning ? Cor
oner V.iews Body
Harry Green Adams, aped C>2 year^,
was found dead in the stable at his
home at Park . View yesterday morn
ing. Thursday evening, it is said, he
drove home, unhitched his horses and
put them into the stable.
A son. it is said, found him at. the
stable unable to climb a steep ascent
to his home, and the boy got him to
lie down in a stall. About ten o'clock,
another boy went home and found him
in the stable. He covered Mr. Adams
with blankets and went on to the
house and to bed.
About six o'clock yesterday morn
ing, one of the boys, on his way to
work, saw Mr. Adams still lying in the
stall, apparently asleep. The boy ji<l
not disturb him but. went on to his
work. About ten o'clock another son
found him dead.
Coroner Galia Mitchell was called
shortly after the dead body was dis
covered, and went, out to Park View
and viewed the corpse. The coroner
has not yet rendered any verdict.
The deceased is survived by liis
widow, five children, Miss Lulu. Miss
Cora, Luther. Charles and Elwood, all
living at home. Andrew Adams is a
brother.
Funeral arrangements have not been
made.
SENT TO THE HILL
Negroes Who Disturbed the South
Side Thursday Night Get
Twenty Days.
The ten negroes arrested Thursday!
?vening for raising a disturbance in
I he district south of the creek were
irraigned before Judse I). S. llonecker
in police court yesterday morning.
The entire ten were found guilty of
REMOVAL NOTICE.
Groves Package Delivery.
NOW IN NEW OFFICE
13 TTJI?FTH STREET
PEOF^t* BANK BUILDING.
EITHER PHONE 2005.
disorderly conduct and wore fined 510
and costs apiece. In default of pay
ment i hey were committed to the
workhouse for twenty days each.
oh7o-dental meet
I The annual winter meet ins of the
I Ohio State Denial Society will be held
i at Dayton Tuesday, Wednesday and
j Thursday, December 5. 6 and T. The
{meeting will attract many of the deti
i lists from Martins Ferry, Bellaire and
other eastern Ohio points and a few
from Wheeling as well. Dr. .lohn G.
Arbenz will be among the dentists
j from this city at the meet.
Dr. C. M.
IALBOTT
| Denial Work
[That is satisfactory must bo last
ling. When we do .Dental Work
| for yon it is done to stay.
We use materials of the best
qualilv and our establishment is:
| equipped with every up-to-date
j convenience and i m p le m e n t
j known to
MODERN DENTISTRY.
We Specialize in
I CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK, j
Dr. C. M. TALBOTl!
Successor to
TALBOTT & FARNSWORTH !
DENTISTS.
Lady Attendant. Both Phones.
All Work Guaranteed.
1229 MARKET ST.
: ___ I
With what pride ;i man utters these words. To
I own a piece of ground; to own the house you live
in; to feel that it is yours, and that you hp: c pro
vided your wife and children with a home they can
really call their own; certainly there is no greater
satisfaction than this in life. You can achicvc it.
Save your money.
The German Bank of Wheeling [
\ Wheeling, "W. Va.
4 % Interest Paid on Savings.
Open Saturday Evenings from 6 to 8.
, annua, ] .. ..... ?? 4.
Geo. R. Taylor Co.
u The Progressive Store
BOYS' WAISTS?
In Gingham and Madras
These are all of the celebrated Bell line, well made, good
looking and neat ? just like you would have your hny wear ?
?:cnt attached lay collars, breast pocket, cuffs ? special but
ton arrangement cause it to blouse slightly.
INEXPE N SIVE-)
G TO 15 YEAR. )
25 c and 50c
At Toilet Counter
For Today and Tomorrow ?
Sa?ntol Tooth ]
Powder
The p?re and I 7 C /
wholesome anti- \ A. 1/
septic that is
known everywhere
? regular 25c size,
Friday and Saturday
at Art Department
89c NAINSOOK ) J r
GOWNS )/ J C
69c Pillow Cases
Stamped.
35c Bridge Covers
finished edges ?
Stamped.
50c CHILDREN'S
EATING Aprons
59c ? 54-inch II. S."^
SCARFS and
CUSHION COV
ERS - Stamped j
98c TURKISH
TOWELS?
Stamped.
69c TURKISH
TOWELS?
Stamped.
Friday and Saturday
Only
Bleached
Outing
}l2Vic
Regular 15c quality ? 36
inches wide.
49c
25c
39c
45c
79c
55c
WHITE \T4
dimity]
A 20c value, in fine checks,
bars and stripes, also large
stripes ? splendid quality.
Infants ' 1 rQr
Blanked J
A special white eider qual
itv with blue and pink shell
edge? HERE'S A ^IFT.
Children's Hats
A number that ) / Q
were up to $1.98 ? \ 0 / C
A number that) ^ ~
were up 4 $1.()0
$3.50
New Kerchief Cases
Hemstitched and embroidered in a dozen different de
signs ? white and colored borders? each prettier than its
neighbor.
59c to $IJ5
Four Ktrchiefs in Fancy Box ~
For ladies, embroidered corner ) C* J f) f] TJ
designs ? all pure linen. \*PJ-?UU JDOuC
\ Purse Bags ? $1.85
POUCHED
PLAITED . _
TAILORED J Were $2.00 and $2.50.
GLOVES?
For Yourself and for Gifts
FRENCH KID GLOVE
Direct import ? a 2-elasp
While Kid ? If rows of em
broidery or Paris point ha ok.
'Friday and Saturday Only
$1.50 Pair
CAPESKIN GLOVE
IN BISCUIT COLOR
Ovcrseani ? guaranteed to
wash.
$1.25 Pair
Fridav and Saturday
36-INCH ROUND
Embroidered
Lunch or lea
Cloths
Also Tabic Covers with seal
loped edges ? #5.00 value
bor $3.00
Satin Damask
Table Cloths
Two yards wide ?
Three yards long ?
In round or square.
A $10.00 value.
No Napkins to match.
Men's Bancv & ilk Hose
hi embroidered, clock and striped novelty designs ? in
substantial weight with the lustre oi" the good silk yarn.
TAX WITH BLACK
navy with: white
WHIT K WITH BLACK
BLACK WITH WHf.TK
\50c and
$1.00
Men's Silk Hose
IX SOLID COLOKS
A pure silk and a guaranteed make?in medium weight,
rcinj'nired heel and toe and J isle lop? Good Wearing ? Good
Looking.
TAX? XAA'Y? POXGKK? PIRPLK? GRKV?
BLACK AND WHTTK.
25c the Pair

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