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Monday. November 27. 1916.
STONE & THOMAS The Weather ? Fair. w winter Coats for Women and Mi; in All the Latest Fabrics and Styles That Fashion Dictates T^HE height of the fashion season brings a wealth of luxurious apparel, J- richer by far than that of any previous season. ('oats t?n the louse, swagger type have assumed a mark importance ? Belted and Semi-Fitted Coats are equally in demand. Dress v <i>cits of luxurious appearance for reception <>r formal evening wear are dcveh >ped iii tine satin, velvet and silk plush, mostly with trimmings i?P soft fur. Extremely fine lightweight Coats of Bolivia <-loth in all its colorings in plain or fur- trimmed models. Warm and serviceable C.?ats ? full of smartness and individual style in great enveloping .models with a grade of tailor ing that brings out their clever lines. ) Large fashionable fur collars. bands of fur on cuffs or hem ? or plainly tailored with no fur trimmings at all. Xo smarter Coats foi' street, afternoon or formal wear can be seen ? 'j) These Coats will assuredly appeal to the ? ? t* modest moans who desires smart ness of style together with. inexpensivencss.. Those Coats show largo collars of plush, velvet or fur. Some collars arc trimmed with fur, other Coats have collars of self materials. Coats of Wool Velour Cheviot Broadcloth Plush Duvetyne Ripple Cloth rold and black ? $15.00, $19.50 -in Bnrgundv. navy blue, brown, plum,, green., and $25.00. ? Garment Store ? Third floor These Coats are made on lines especially adapted to large figures. There are straight-line models of lint; quality broadcloth, lined and inter lined, in sizes 4ti, 4.^. HO and 52-inch fit $25.00 and $29.50. ... i' tUcn'.r l,e*'}<r of material. Hi, est workmanship and above all their wonderful styles, these Blouses are indeed a .lei teht ? behold. Fine silk laees are employed, made over ehifbn lining or ramisoles-rose, maize or CToen ribbons on the under bodice show through the lace in clever fashion, other Blouses are of finest Georgette crepe trimmed with rc-.l W J n Pill. ?15.0oln0S^5O:'''ld tmbr0idcj'- C?n,C iu flf5h' whilt' l,liu'1' bUuP?- navy blue, brown and i>]um-.?9.05, SIS.S5! St or? Closed Thanksgiving In accordance with our annual custom, this .siore will not be open for business next Thursday ? Thanksgiving Day. DOCKETS WILL BE CALLED IN 80TH PART I AND PART IJ THIS AFTERNOON. Numerous Chancery Cases and Divorce Suits Pending ? Sheriff Suits May 8e Decided. The November term of circuit court for Ohio county convert**? at 9:30 o'clock this morning with Judge H. Hervey presiding in Part I and Judge R. M. Addleman ' in Part II. Jurors summon for duty in Judge -Harvey's court have been served with sub poenaes calling upon th^m ;o report for duty Monday. I'ec. f. The dockets of both Fart I and Part 11 are filled with damage suits of more or less importance. Divorce suits in great numbers are listed. In addition to the.-*e suits, thirty one applications for permanent in junctions against alleged Yost law vio lators are scheduled to come up for a hearing before Judge Hervey. It is possible that Special Commis sioner M. J. Cullinan. before whom The county suits against former Sher iffs W. M. Omens and Dr. D. H. Tay lor were heard, will submit his find ings to the circuit court before the close of this term. SEATS FOR THE BERNHARDT ENGAGEMENT NOW ON SALE TWO OUT-THE-PIKE DELIVERIES LEATINft THE 2JE"W OFFICE 9:30 A.M. 3:00 P.M. Groves Package Delivery 13 TW2LPTH STBEZT PEOriE'S EASK Btni.DING. EITHER PHONE 2005. G.Ed Mendel & Co. FOTfEBAI, dibectobs. Slew liOcaticn. ? 1212 diapline Strfrnt. I E-'thor Phone 2C7. 'JUMPS INTO RIVER JUST IN TIME TO SAVE A LOCAL WOMAN I I FROM WATERY GRAVE. I ;Mrs. Melinda Minor Who Attempted ? .Suicide Saturday Afternoon is j Recovering at Hospital. | Tho icy waters of the Ohio held no i ; four for Charles Kofer Saturday after-: noon about -t o'ctock when he saw ! Mrs. Mflinda Minor, of High street, I struggling her last in the river just' at the foot of Twelfth street. The woman made no outcry. She had at tempted suicide and was taking her. approaching end very calmly as a lit-' tit' neighbor girl who accompanied her j to the wharf stood on the short in a; I quandry watching the woman battle ! with death. | Kofer. who is employed a? a deck-! hand on the steamer Liberty, was 'aboard the packet and saw Mrs. Minor ?just as she was going down the second timp. "Without a moment's hesitation1 'he leaped into the river and reached j j her just as she was passing out of! [sight for the last time. The water' ?was up to his neck and with difficulty' ; he carried the unconscious form un-. ; assisted to the wharfboat and later jtook her aboard the Liberty and into i ;a warm room. In the meantime Captain Henry j jSchutler, who is in charge of the ? I wharf boat, telephoned the police. I Several minutes afterwards the ol'fi- . irers and auto patrol arrived. After. 1 1. he woman had been bundled up and! [placed in the auto the machine could i not be started. A passing Ford was hailed and the woman was removed in :it to the Ohio Yaliey General hospital., j At the hospital last nipht it was ?said .Mrs. Minor was resting comfort-: ably and would recover. POX.ICE COURT. In i-i.urt Saturday, Jim Johnson' Was fined ami costs for an assault upon Coke Huttoncutter. A charge asrainst the latter was dismissed. John Die. who couldn't tnake the court under stand his richt name. drew I" days on a drunk charge. Gustav Binkhardt fail ed to appear in answer to a drunk ??harse. Vive and costs was assessed against itini. i LARGER BOATS ARE TO RESUME RUNS' i WITH ALL BEAR TRAPS LOWERED I THE OHIO IS CONTINUING TO RISE. Tell City Will Take Up Its Former Schedule Latter Part of Week ? General River News. Announcement was made yesterday j that the former schedule of the larger! boats of the Ohio would be resumed j witbiu the next several days, giving! the merchants and manufacturers} throughout the Ohio valley practically a boat every day between the prin cipal shipping points. The Tell City is now being prepared for its first trip since it suspended some weeks ago on account of the low water, and is due to pass through Wheeling from Charleston to Pitts burgh at its regular time next Sun day morning. The Reuben Dunbar Dunbar will take up its regular trip a short time later. The resumption of the larger pack ets is due to the rise now being experi enced all along the Ohio, nl the local pool last night there, were 10 feet of water while below the MeMechen dam feet. 75 inches was registered. A rise of about 3 feet, is also coming from the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers due to the rains and snow over the watersheds durinc the past few days, j On account of the good stage all | ORIENTAL RUGS j GLEANED Our process consists of 'thor oughly dusting, washing and rin? ins:: :it the low price of 4 cents per square foot. Special care tak en of the fabric. Carpets cleaned by the same process 3 ceats per square foot. i REPAIRING A SPECIALTY j Prompt Attention to Phone I ! Orders. Bell 1275M. JEROME BOYER i Bell 1275-M. 3307 Jacob St. ] j Geo. E. Johns Co, The Quality Shop November Sale Women's SkHs i $16.50 $24.50 $32.50 j FORMERLY .S21.50 TO $47.50 Never so early in ihe season have prii*c revisions horn so radical, nor have equally r\<-oi!ent values] been offered. A colle??ti">n representing the sm;u'te>i. latent models in flic fabrics, fashi"ii-> atn.l furs I most in favor. New Modes in Winter Furs for Women; Fortunate purchase?, enable us to offer a remarkable assortment of fine FFK ? 'CLVr.^, sf"|\ and! M t'FFS at pri^s much bcb?w fh":><* nou prcvaiiiutr. Unly ihe JaU?si modes are otfo'ed. Hudson Seal Coats i:i very -attractive 4.5-in<*h model : '>110 ot the latr.st designs ^bovri Hudson Seal Coat C'?py <~>i liiirli-prirf.i iin- / ported hioi i?*i v. it is fn|. \ ...... 1 * i !* :wj?i i ? ^ n, fhoio quality .Skunk? Hudson Seal Ooats in new flair model, lined with (>Anni<ito J i';!ttr-y Silk liuine: J Hudson Seal Coat with colirir. i-ufTs suit! 1 1? ?!*? l?*i" oi' choiee 'inn!- i ;i v Skimk. Siinv. inc j i* -I ih" liiisrr j i .1 r?- L t-? > ? m | shoulders? ' the bear trans at the various drum beiwen Me.Mechen and Pittsburg! have been lowered and ibis is makinf one of the hishcsi stages thai ha.* been enjoyed a Ions the southern port: during the summer months. The rivermen believe they will 1101 be troubled again for several months on account of low water and aiv look lug forward to a very prosperous season. The Ruth passed up for l-'itisburcl yesterday morning ai 10 o'clock will a large cargo of freight. It will returr Tuesday morning, going as far a: Hallipolis. The Ruth. however, wil accept freight. for points as far soutl lis Cincinnati and Charleston. The Liberty will arrive this evenln; from -Matamoras and depart for tin same port Tuesday morning at 11:150 River Stages. DAVIS ISLAND DAM? 9.5 foot. sta tionary; ' lour. STEl'HEX VI LLK ? P feet, stationary clear. l-\\ UKEKSBL'RO ? 10 feet, stationary; clear. AluRtiAToWX ? feel . stationary; clear. ollj (MTV ? 2.10 feet, falling; clear. WAltR EX ? -.5 feet, falling; dear. Has a High Opinion of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy "I had a severe cold on my lungs tot wrt-ks. | eoiig'.u-d and coughed and would be disturbed in my rest cough inn nights. On ine recommmdation i?l a friend | began taking Chamberlain* Cough Remedy. It relieved me ai once," writes ?.Irs. (Seorgo M<viana han, Huntington. Ind. When you r.avr a cough 01 cold give this remedy 51 trial. Wt are confident that you will be much pleased witn it. Obtainable everywhere. THANKSGIVING SACKS TO BE DISTRIBUTED TODAY Tlie Thankstrl vmg sacks of clt- Chil ? Iron's liuini- will li" distrihui.'.l ?'<?? annual donations. Tito s. K. .l"hnson Sun's ?'?>. \> i 1 1 lo'uin tliis morning to ? liver ih>* s;i>l\s 1 tiroujih'Mit t!;-- ??!;>? run' vicinity. Tiny will 1><- ,c;.-i t It .?>??? I up ti> \i I'ridiiy and Saturday. All frk-nds of ih? 'loino arc 1 ? t|iiosi Iiv the manuK',rs u I'll! fruits , -iimI vi'tfetaiili's and grocerio* in 1 lt?* siieks for lh?: us-' of ih- .*!i i 1 tl r.-:i I Irrotofore cit i/'-n-. hav ivsp-incled l< lids iiptii-.il liberally an-i it 1.-- hoped t hat lli.- ;;ifts ihis y.-ar will l>e monorotis. ALLEGED FORGER WED MIL! ! OFFICER WORLS ARRIVED SUN- 1 | DAY WITH MAN CAUGHT AT SAGINAW, MICH. I Prisoner Is A. L Mack, A I i n s A. J. j Manning ? Alleged Victim Is His ! Father-ln-Law ' j ' j Officer Waller Worls arrived home ! I yesterday afternoon from .Sa^ina .Mich., bringing wilh hint A. 1- Mack, ! I alias A. J. Manning, w ho is wanted to I | answer to a charge of forurry, prefer- j ! red against hin* before Squire li. G. I jllobbs. Tlit-' prisoner was committed j ! to jail to await a hearing. Mack. is charged, in a warrant sworn j | out. by Prosecuting Attorney 1). A. Mc-j Kee, with passing a forged check Cor i ? the sum oi $2."j0 a i. a Market street} j hank, His father-in-law, rf. M. West, | of New Martinsville, was the victim or I i i ho alleged forgery. The check :n j volved in the case was drawn on I he ' I Hank of Wetzel county. ; Mack, it is said, passed the check ; i at a bank lie re, and after checking ou- ; i $100 w ent to Bridgeport where he later j checked out $7o more. During an Jn-> I vestlgation of the case he left and was located last week in Saginaw, where he was arrested and held lor the au thorities of this city. He came back with Officer Worls without demanding extradition papers. MEN PEEL TISEK, TOO While much is said about tired wo men it must be remembered that men also pay t !???? penalty overwork. When jibe K i 'J 1 1 ?? > s ar?. wai\. inactive "r *^I?>K gish, when one fe.-is tir^d out and mi?er I able. lacks eriorpy and ambition. l'"'d*\v Kidney Pills are tunic and strf nglben ! inp. Win. H. '.'lark, Springfield. Ohio, j writes: "I found i?? relief from kidney trouble uutil 1 discovered Voley Kidney. I Pills. Now J am in A 1 shape." They J act quickly and surely. l"vr sale by j [John Coleman & Co. Promises To Be Biggest Holiday For Merchants And Post Office In History Of Wheeling (inly 2S days tint 11 Christmas. "My goodness! bow lime flies," will lik-.-J , ly be the exclamation of many who! j will read this. Especially to Ihe old- J or ones, for as one grows older the ! . miles become longer and the years ! j shorter. Yes. it.V less than a calendar month j i until you shall awaken and say, "all J other Christmas morning." The shop i j owners have already begun to display | holiday merchandise and from now i I on the Christmas rush will be on un- j j til the eleventh hour Christmas eve. j The Wheeling post office promises ? I to sen thi- biggest Christmas business in its history. Last year was the larg j est eyer at. the office, but It is an I ticipatcd 1 hat within the next three j weeks will see a volume of business that, will even surpass that of last year. Extra clerks will be put on short ly and as Christmas draws nearer. | more will he added. Despite the liisM [cost of living. Merchants are exp?ct ; ing the biaaest Christmas business in Wheeling's history, due to the gen . eral prosperous condition throughout 1 1 the Ohio valley. ::GAS PROPERTY TRANSFER j The assignment of oil and gas leases !inv.>hing the transfer of more than pfl'V 1 I acres nhio county oil anil gas hold* 'I iiiKs from ib" Tri-Siale i a s company - and th< \V1 line Natural <!as company ; : 1 1 ? tl.-i Manufacturers' Light and Heat [ ??i.nit?ui v Was llled in the Coun j ij I'l.rk I. II. Wells Saturday. The ' I c.msid* rat ion aggrega I >?? in ? ?r>* ihan i I ] .?? | u.tiitii. A i ihe same t i in r- there was I ! tiled in the county clerk's oiVce a deed i j i raiisf' rring the tas offices a.1 J } t T I I j ' 'hanliiie si re*-t from the. \\ healing Nat . j n i ;? 1 Cas company !>? tin- Manufacturers' i Light and Ileal company. I ;| COUNCIL COMMITTEES | Streets, Alleys and Gvades and Ovdln. nnee Committees Called to Meet Tontg'ln. Til'- call was :.-sue<l Saturday for a mealing ef the st reels, albvs and grades and ??rd'nance committees of city council to be held at the auditor"? ! office in ihe i ; y hall this evening. I Several iinporiani matters ar<i await ing action bv these committees. The commit toe meetings are prelim inary i.. the council se.vs!o:t which will be *n Id tomorrow evening. [| Cosmetics Not Needed; j ?! , Peel the Skin Instead , j Uiie reason niercoliaod wax is se strongly recommended is that it really! - takes i lie place of see.-ral different cos-; > nietii'S. saving line, patience and L pense. I; i* hotter tl'.an any cleansing} [ cream, better I ban :? r.y massage ereani. | and belter than any rouge, tor accomp lish ing l lie resiilis for which s icii ar-j I i.-|e.- are used. As the was actually alisnrlis an old. faded or discolored 1 i cuticle, a little ea'.h day, the underly-' j ing skin which gradually appears, is; m clearer, softer, healthier-lined and more i j youthful than any eesmetic-madc com-: I ple>.ion. Spreading <"1 a thin coat of' j t his wax :ii uight. washing it. off morn-1 i bigs. in a week of so produces a marvel- j ? "is I ransforuiat imi. .Inst one ounce of' I niereolir.ed wax. obtainable at any on,; ? si<>re, will do the work. There's* noth ing better io remove freckles. moih .patches, liver sput.'J. Millowness. bloteli j cs. pimples or blackheads. I For wrinkles and loos*, saggy skin, n' ! face bath marie by dissolving one otmeo j of powdered saxidite in a halt pint of ! wileh hazel, is the best thing that can . ' be Ta,.-' has remarkable a -i ringent and I on ? . rroperties. The difference between the ?*< ?sf of a small filling ; incl the cost of a V>i u" crown is the } >ri<-o of your nog led. in say nothing about the illness and suffering 1 hat goes with neglected i net 1>. insure your teeth against, decay, your liealtli against decline, and your purse against the cost; of mneh dentistry when ;i lit lie now is all you need. Let us examine your teeth and show you the road to economy and health. Modern Sanitary Methods Consultation Free. Lady Attendant Geo. R. Taylor Co. uT/ie Progressive Store ' Beddings, Blankets and Comforts, etc BEGINNING TODAY An interesting movement it is when J oiks can supply the deficiencies of their cold weather bed dressings at. a price that will not iuroad on the Christmas purse . COMbORTS Figured Silkoline tops. Plain Silko lino 'back ^Cotton Filled Comforts, 72x80 inches, all colors ? | $1.75 \$2.19 ]:\$3.39 I $3.50 72x84-ineli Rest White Cotton Fill ings; hot .tirade Silkoline cover ing: $2.50 value ? 72x84-ineh Silk Mull Covered Cotton Filled Comforts, with 9-inch plain silk border: $0.98 Aaluc ? 72x84-ineh Silkoline Covered Lambs' Wool Filled Comforts, tufted ? 81x00 Stitched $4.95 72xS4 Silk Jacquard Top, 9 - inch \ plain silk border and back, wool \ \A C f) filling : $8.50 value? )yPU .U U Special Silk Covered Lambs' Wool ) fA q r f\ Filled Comforts; $10.00 ones ? j y9 O ? D U Down Comforts ? $7.50, $10, $12.50, $18.50 BLANKETS 11-4 Cotton Blankets in plain white,"". r7> j Of) white or grey with colored bor- f*P-L ? U U ders? J PAIR 1 1-4 Color Plaid Cotton Blankets ? ) C 7 Q Q 12-4 Plain with colored borders ? \ J ? 7 O 72xS4 Wool-Xap Blankets in white \ C* Q Q and color plaids ? ji <P 7 O 72x84 Wool-Xap Blankets in white } (ft o Q O and color plaids ? ) lP J * s O DRESSINGS Bleached Hemmed Sheets? ) / q 81x90 inches ? ^ 0 7 C Bleared Hennned Pillow Cases ? ) 11/* 42x36 inches ? j 1 u* C Bleached Hemmed Bolster Cases ? * 42x72 inches 1 29 c Hemmed Crochet Bed Spreads ? ) C' 7 O C 80x90 inches ? ( Ji ? U 3 PILLO WS 7-pound Guaranteed New Feather"*! C/' T r /\ Pillows, art ticking covered. 20x2ii Lt/) J_ # / inches, in gray, blue, pink; .>"2.0UJ j> -\ir value >.00 Linen Covered Down Filled"! .$3.50 Pillows. 21x2< niches. Special ? PAIR GlhT ITEMS ECIAL ) Kobes, regular i-i^c, ? C C C f) ; $8.50 values ? y[J \J SPECIAL Pure \\ ool Auto liOxSO. fringed l-'ine Plush or Astrakhan Lined Auto Robes, with plain cash mere cloth '~>n reverse Special Value ? $ is:. 1 10 values. $12.00 Nursery Crib Blankets? \ r~ r\ pink or bine ? li O 7 C Ruth l?obc Rbinke;s. including Frogs. \ Girdle and Curd; complclc set ,? V 7 Q boxed? )*P 1* 7 O Other things as zee 11 Mciny z'Jith a Holiday Gift Significance