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Tuesday, March 6, 1917. STONE & THOMAS The Weather ? Fair.
j Popular Spring Silks I I A MOXC TIIK new Silks fur spurts, aft cm on n, street and evening wear arc ^ I A Printed Khaki-Kool. Imported Shantung, Fnnlard. Indestructible Crepe t j and Voile. Striped Shantnwr. Taffeta, Satin, Gros de Londre and Tub Silks as ^ i well as plain Taffeta, Crepe, Satin do Chine, Voile. Crepe de Chine. Thistle- f ^ down Taffeta. Satin Dnehesse. Gros do Londre. Faille Franeaise, Gmsurain. ^ f Brilliant and Messaline in all the new sports as well as the staple colorings. 4 J MONEYBAK TAFFETA SILK AT $2.00? This Moneybak Taffeta is without doubt J the best Silk offered at a moderate price, comes 36 inches wide in all the wanted col- a ? orings at $2.00 a yard. _silk store-second noor ^ Showing New Jewelry Moderately Priced Department store prices prevail on the Jewelry wr sell as on eveiyt h i tie else we handle, givine you substantia! concessions from usual Jewelry quotations : German Silver Dorm Boxes, hammered finish, plain and me dallion design, 59<>. Bas Tops i'or making the new cloth bags, tops made Tv-it ii chain handle. 50c and 59c each. New Oriental Beads in char acteristic colorines. 9S? to S6.98. Jewelry of Distinction ? The Henry W. Fishel & Sons Ster ling Silver Jewelry, set with white stones, big variety for choice, ?3.75 to $13.00. Tngersoll Watches, the new Radoilite face, which shows the time in the dark. $2.00 to S4.00. Novelty Earring mounted in jade, 50c pair. New Sterling Stiver Pins set with square stones in white, blue and green. SI. 50 to $2.98. ? Main floor. Sample Over-Stuffed Chairs and Rockers Tl'ESDAY only we will sell a number of < herstuft'ed Chairs and Workers. of whi<-lt wo have only one or two of a kind. at a big reduction. Those pieces art- unhoisfrivd in hitfh grade tapestry, and make artis tic Furnitur'1 for the living room: regular .<?>:*>. 00. $37.50 and ho Chairs and Koi*k $27.95 ? Fourth lloor. Stone- & Thomas Special Felt Mattresses "E*H'l? 'I u?->day > M-tliiiir "we oiV?->- 'a !<?' "t Sion?? \ Thomas S| i l-Vlt Mal?ress?\s for >inul?- Ooubb' beds, 4~? pounds weight. eowred with good (|ii;:lity ar' ticking, .our $1 L.:?n !'-adfi : QQ 07 Tu?->d.iy sp?*eial. . i ? Fourth floor. Demonstration and Sale of WEAR - EVER Aluminum Ware DURING the coming work we will have with us an expert from the factory of the WEAR-EVER Aluminum Ware who will explain to the ladies' of the Greater Wheeling district tin- advantages of this cele brated line of/cooking utensils. To make it addition ally advantageous for you- to come 1 his week we offer WEAR-EVER Ware at special prices, some of the numbers being: very greatly reduced for this sale and demonstration. Among the offerings are: Covered Berlin Kettles 1 Quart ... 65c 2 Quarts. . . 95C 3 Quarts. . .$1.15 4 Quarts. . .SI. 50 6 Quarts. . .$1.80 5 Quarts. . .?2.10 10 Quarts. . .$2.45 Lipped Preserving . Kettles 2lo Quarts SOC 4 Quarts SI. 10 8 Quarts $1.55 10 Quarts $1.95 12 Quarts $2.30 14 Quarts S2.S5 17 - Quarts $3.20 20 Quarts $3.75 Lipped Sauce Pans 1- Quart . . 45C 1U Quarts.. 59c 2 Quarts. . 65c 2V> Quarts.. SOC 3 Quarts.. 95c 4 Quarts. .SI. 10 5 Quarts. .$1.25 Double Boilers 1 Quart . . . .$1.45 2 Quarts. . . .SI. 90 3 Quarts $2.30 i Quarts.-... $2.60 Tea Pots 1 Quart ... .$2.25 2 Quarts. . . .$2.50 3 Quarts. . . .$3.00 Covered Berlin Sauce Pans 1 Quart .... 65? j 2 Quarts. . . . SO^ S Quarts. .$1.10 4 Quarts $1.35 j ti Quarts. . . .$1.75 j Coffee Pots 1 Quart . . . .S1.75 2 Quarts. . . .$2.10 3 Quarts. . . .$2.30 4 Quarts. . . .$3.05 Tea Kettles 3 Quarts. .$3.20 4 Quarts. .$3.35 5 Quarts. .$3.60 6 1/2 Quarts. .$4.00 7U Quarts. .$4.30 Bring This Coupon When accompanied by this coupon tho special price mentioned herewith will be accepted for any of th^ three articles de scribed. If received by Stone A Thomas beforw the close of business, March 10. 1917, Kame Address 98 c \zs N^I WEAK- EVER BERLIN COVERED SAUCE PANS, 4-quart size, regular $1.75 kind to be sold with the coupon at WEAR-EV ER PRESERVING KETTLES, (i-quart size, with bail, regular $1.1)5 kind to be sold with the coupon at WEAR-EVER WINDSOR COVERED KETTLES, 4-quart. size, with bail, regular $1.85 kind to be sold with the QQ^? coupon at t/OC ? Housewares ? Market Street floor. Other Tuesday Economies at Stone & Thomas' Dress Gingham l.??i ?>f' JT-hn'fi I >ress < iintrham Mi ptvity >' rip' x. . ?*ln*eks and p!aid>. ;i'i i i oji-f iT>|t(i'-iv?tn!)ina*. fii>iis. regular i-1."* 1cind ;? Tll?*-illny Sj'lfcil!:. yard ? Secourt fl^Or 10c Cotton Blankets ?. I.i.t ?>i" W'.... i - Napped Cotton Blankets. 72 x >4 indies, heavy u?-isrli:; icray ?n- white, kind: Tiies day special. pair. . ? Second floor Turkish Towels I.i.t of }?'? I '? a ?? i: i* d Turkish 'J'.nvt'is. L"J x 4 4 inches. he;n\v and absorbent. regular kind: Tuesday si>" eial. ea<-h ? Second floor 25c Inlaid Linoleum Lot of high-grade Inlaid Lin oleum with pattern through to t hii back, the lifetime kind in new. clean, bright tile patterns, in blue-and-tan, green, red-and jlaek, blue, green-and-tan, etc., our regular $1,25 quality'; Tuesday special square Q Q _ yard OOC ? rourtlx floor Voile Curtains Lot of Voile Curtains, hem stitched with 2-inch lace edge in white or ecru, $1.50. kind; Tuesday special, pair. i/< 1 - ? fourth floor Bleached Sheets Lot of B 1 e a c h c (1 Muslin Sheets, size 81 x 90 inches, smooth even fabric, torn and hemmed, regular S9e kind; Tuesday spccial, each I O (? ? Second floor Wall Paper Choice of eight patterns of regular 10c Wall Paper for halls, bed rooms, dining rooms, etc., some with wide, others with narrow borders, all new Paper in pood strong color ings; Tuesday special, p" roll t)C ? Fourth, floor j?!fonp & Oleomas - ? ? " , ? ' 1 i Geo. E. Johns Co. The Quality Shop" / Announce the Arrival of Women's Suits, Coats and Dresw For the Extra Size or Stout Figures Designed t<? fit the heretofore hard-to-fit figure. Our sueeess in the past season with "Our Stylish Stout" < iarnients lias encouraged to new and greater \ effects iu this direction, with the result that we are, ) better prepared than ever to show you Suits, Cnuts. Dresses that will convince you that l.L Appearing Stout Is Merely a Matter of Clothes' "Stylish Stout" ! "Stylish Stout" COATS % ; DRESSES 'Stylish Stout' WAISTS 5.00to $59.50;$16.50to $49.50;$5.S(I !o $16.50 ghicago minister At Fourth of Scries of Men's Meet-j . ings at Court Theatre ? Com- j mittees Meet Thursday. NV-xt Sunday at tin- fourth of the scries of groat mod inns for men now i being held in the Court Theatre each' Sunday afternoon, the speaker will be i K<'V. William Wallace Ketehum of iho ' ('hair of Practical Evangelism of the : .Moody [iilili- Institute of Chicago, lie : lias hold that position for tin- past several years. before that time being' associated with the men's mission movements of New York, therefore i Inning large experience in meetings j of the kind now on in Wheeling. Almost each minister is receiving men for consecration at their Sunday evening .services, anil under favorable auspices, next Sunday afternoon will be Hood tide in the meetings for men. Next Sunday is to he more pronounced a (ielegat ion Sunday. While quite a number of delegations were present at the last inciting there will be mot*1 i.ext Sunday. .Men have been appoint ed, or will be as soon as practicable, from the cities across the river, and the suburban towns, and seats will bo reserved in a conspicuous part of the theatre for these delegations. 1 lie orchestra of the First United Presbyterian church will render a con eert at the meeting next Sunday after noon. The ministers expressed theni selves as Well pleased with tiie results so far nf the meetings. at their special called meeting Mtmiav afternoon. The Executive Committee. 'anil tin- Adver tising Committee will meet for special work looking towards a greater meet ing next Sunday afternoon. Thursday even in 4 of this week at the V. Al. C. A. parlor. W, C. UMiRElll TO BE IN OPERATION Information to be Given Out and Or ganization to Assist Those in High Water Zone. Anticipating high water or a "flood'' ! for this section in the event rain | should fall or the snows in the moun- j tains should go off rapidly, the Wheel ing Commercial association has ar-; ranged to have its flood bureau in working order, whereby correct and j authentic, flood bulletins wj 11 be re ceived at regular intervals and given out to the public by 'phones. Wednesday morning reply cards will be sent out from trie association to every member to be filled in and rt! turned, giving the location of the building in the flood zone, 'phone num ber, stage of water that will reach the property, time required to remove stock and number of 'phone, and ad dress of those who may be summoned to assist the owners of the property [ or business house in removing goods in the event of a coming "flood." ' ? A coupon embodying the questions' will be published in the local papers to be filled in by those who are not i members of the association and sent in. that they, too. may be given aid when the. river raises at a danger, point. The association was in communica- ' tion with Pittsburgh and all points between that city and Wheeling yes terday, getting a line on the stage an ticipated fur Wheeling. Today correct, information will be at hand to be given out to all who may call the as-i social ion by 'phone. MORGAN MAY BE NEXT ' ANTI-SALOON SUPT.j Pullen Tells Methodist Ministers That' Recent Audit Clerk May Head j The Prohibition Forces. The next state superintendent of the! Anti-saloon league will likely he .1. | E. Morgan, until yesterday of the! state auditor's office, it was annoum: i'd yesterday by Rev. O. M. Ptillen, | of Charleston, state assistant stipe.-- i intendent of the Anti-saloon league in J a speech to the Methodist Ministers at the Fourth Street Methodist Epts-J copal church. j In his speech. Dr. Pullen mentioned' that the legislation wanted this term ' by the league, including the Harvey- i McAbov bill with the ono-quart-a- ? month clause, had been passed. The .Methodists left their own meet-j ing to attend a special called one of i the ministerial union at the V. M. C. t A., where they voted to sanction unan- ! imously and support the series of j LibP* lectures by .Miss Kianor St.af- j AS BLACK AS YOUR HAT Yes ? That's Old Black Joe Cough Syrup. Look for that good old colored man's face on the package and label. The syrup is as black as his face and > just, as kind and honest ? not a drop I of opium or habit-forming narcotic j drugs In it. but mv! ? how it does get down to that sore spot. The phlegm loosens, the soreness disap pears and relief is instant. You can't afford to risk cough syr ups that contain dangerous drugs. Just insist on Old Black Joe Cough . S.vtup and be sale. (!ood for chil-j dren as well as grown-ups. A big bottle for L'f> cents. S Extra Fancy , Wisconsin Swiss Cheese. T TTJTT Market JU! X iX XV - - A t:(lrO"!nr.i NOW IS THE TIME To install that new bath you've been thinking of. Call us and we will submit designs and esti mates. We have the largest and finest line in the city. SCHOFIELD-COWL CO. 23 Tenth St. Both Phones. |i mi J fjj CELERY-MIST FINE FOR HEADACHE Costs Only 5c a Package at Any Store. If you suffer from headache or neu ralgia, it will cost you only F,c to buy one of the best remedies on the mar ket. Don't judge the quality by the low price. "Celery-Mist" is equal if not superior to the highest priced remedies. (lives relief and comfort in a few minutes. Ever} store sells "Celery-Mist." One trial will convince vou of its merits. A. A. S. R. NOTICE The Funeral Ceremonies of a KNIG-HT KADOSH will be held in the John W. Moms Scottish Rite C.'ilhedrnl on Wednesday Night, March 7, 1917, at 12 o'clock Midnight. fur niir I ;< i ? ' Sn,. ei,?*if?'ii (..rnml Jnspcctor ( irncral. John William Moms, 33 All Masons, friends of the fatn ily and the Renoriil public are iti vitcd to attend. CHAKLES J. SCHXTLTZE, Commander. LUTHEH. W. BLAYNEY, Recoraer. Scottish Rite Guard GENERAL ORDER NO. 9. A special meeting of the Scottish Rite Guard will be held at the John W. Morris Scottish Rite Cathedral on Tuesday evening, March 6th, a't ? o'clock, for the purpose of arranging for participation in the funeral ar rangements for our late illustrious Brother John W. Morris, 33 . All members who can possibly do so will please attend. Yours fraternally, W. H. SMITH, K. C. C. H? Major. J. W. BOWMAN, 32% Adjutant. THE MENDEL COMPANY Carl J. Xepner, Prop. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Private Chapel, 1212 Chaplin* Street. Call Either Phono, 357. fond Millor, of the Moody Bible insti tute. to be given here in May by th^ Y. \V. C. A. The latter association was represented here by Mesdames Robert Reed, J. M. Birch, May Kin nev Lewis and Miss Elizabeth Greer. Y, W. C. A. TO BRING Miss Elinor Stafford Millor, the "Aus tralian Evangelist, '* of the Moody Bible Institute. Miss Elinor Stafford Millor the Australian Evangelist," will sive v Jl" 'i-cnnv.s in Wheeling und?*r the ?- from Mav 4 to i'. I he first public step toward this taken yesterday when the heeling Ministerial union unani mously voted its support. Miss Millor will come from the fam ous Moody Itihlr institute in Chicago which is offering this summer an ex tension course in Hible teachings it, divers parts of the nation. Miss Millor is an Englishwoman ami recentlv lived in .Vustrailia. I he lectures will bo given twie? daily and big special meetings will be heid^on in?- two Sundays from May *1 Jo li. The place of meeting has hot been decided upon . river mm I hi* siiddi'ti I'ruji iii t|if> thermometer has |.iist |..iii.-i| f?r ., short lime at least. ' ears ..t IiikM water. should the ^oneriil snow of Sunday >-? >n ? m.-i*.. *.. mHtfiiK or '".* earn, d oft liy ram. The river last night was In II in jr anil m i; nVlnck ;t slUK- of II r-i t :t inehi s wns shown IW.1 wnt-r is eniii itii; ii was nnnmin.-i-.i |.*,w| n|K|,t. III.: sl-aiii-r I .iln-rl y ariived lure last nijfht fruiii Mntamuras and at 1 1 -.to .* .-li.ek today it Will )?. cm for th* snm. port. 1..ii,..ri*.,u nlclit ih- Stoiui,,,- Tell ? linrleMon!'' rro'" No Elood STajro CHAttLKSTOX. W. V?T .Mareli 5. ~ Hrfi in?j r.'arhed a sti?K?* t.f i lV?t tin* w'ls'r".' i j ?r'S" k'""*w>ih riv.-r was n .ii tied li.-re todny with littl.. da:r. ?'iKe having 1ii*i*ii done. Tile t"ni:c-'it Mates eiilflllei rs ..iTiee issued (l l.ull.tin .intiouneiiix that r.-purts of a pros|>i:cttv.> luriv icmt slate*1 wen* erroneous. River Telegrams. li.VVIS ISLAND MAM? !li? f..,.r rj?. it ir; snow. ? s .sTiJi HKNvit.r.K-n.s failing: ? ^AttKKUsiUJtG-t; f,:ot. fa?,nf.. (i(iini;?;A.VTOW.V~H.4 tV'et, falling; u'l'oV/r'v 1 a 1 ,in? : cloudy. UAI'KK.N-:.;, feet, railing; snow. SIXTH RECITAL GIVEN BY PAUL ALLEN BEYMER P?Ul All.->i iJeytm-r gave the sixth of y. '''Kati iveitais last evening at .Si -.laitliow'-, disponing a spP-ndhi kiiow Itilgi* ii, musical effects, and his "Uerpreta:io'is showed his accuracj as well as i.i.. sympathetic expression. A good si/.r,| audience was present and it u lowed | he program numbers with much interest, a pleasant addition were the tenor solos of Mr. Johr 0 i ontior. whose love for music was insUHeii in ai I his songs. 1 hat these recitals have been sue cc? >ful since their outset has been well demonstrated in t he attendance, hold ing the attention of every hearer until their closing notes. Mr. Bevmer's fu ture development will be followed with much interest, as his efforts will as sured!} be crowned will, success. K vetu itle, with iis beautiful melo jIm-. was itiipr.v.siv..|y and the i-atgo. Handel, with ii^ ?uiet beaut v was played with admii a |;|.. .-.vpn-ssioh.' DISCUSS NURSE COMMENCEMENT The committer on the School for ?Nurses a! the Ohio Vall.y General llospilal met yestoniav aftenioon to discuss the commencement program which will be presented the latter part 01 May. rhe program numbers will be announc-d soon. The graduates will be announced at commencement time. The. executive committee of the \ oman's Hospital Association also met yesterday. The board of direct ors of the 0 .V. G. Hospital Associa tion will meet a week from to-night. Geo. R. Taylor Co. Store Hours--8:30 to 5:30 Spring s Neat Designs Mi\-: shown ix } Shepherd Check Woolens Light weight, finely woven, in black ancH fliid n-itli tftiifh of crrceii. or blue, or >* j ?1 Yd. white or with touch of green, or blue, or reel? 42 and 54-IXCll? Shepherd Cheeks?with Over Plaids In black and white with the huge barred ovfrO nn effect in blue or green ? Mid MTV ATT R AC- > ' T1VE .SKIRTING? 42 INl'MES WIDE. : J YARD Serge Weaves for Everyday Dress and Utility Frocks ~ I ' * ? ? ' In tin* rvcr popular navy and bla<'k, greys, purples, l?ii>w n>. red.*.' . gri'ciis, in many shades, .^nd full value at these prices- - ? O'Je. /dc . SI, M.25, S 1.50 and $2 Yd. Endless Service Fabric Lhifadable , Wear and Wasq Defying those are the qualities of K A POCK' ?!.. \ In addition, it is rich in effect and coloring; bringing artistic effect to your rooms and harmony t<j color schemes. Open or closed patterns make of it a screen: or a ven tilating drapery, just as you wish. We match its beautiful colors with sin edge of like material, creating a finish that is as lasting as the fabric itself. y ?)'. For Over draping 1 . i' i.? For Portieres [$2.00 Yard For Hangings Best Quality Only ! ?? Ol*R SERVICE TO YOU ? consists -of measure-tak ing. making-up and hanging drapings ? ties is done at the most reasonable cost and is thorough aii(J satisfying. Estimates cheerfully givc?i : [Chi Id re n 's Rib'bed ] Gordon Make ? 44 Round Ticket" Brand H 0 ? E | JQc of medium weight lisle4 1N ALL SIZES. ; 25 c AND Black White Tan Pink New Petticoats o K IX PLAIN AND STRIPED TAFPj)TA? IX JERSEY TOPS AND ALL J13RSEY Every wantablc shade and color ? ii> newjy thought out prettiness that ranges from new shipped flounces, ae cordian ]ilaiting, scalloped flounces to ? multiple ruffle effect that is entirelv clever. b S3. 95, $5. 95, $6. 95, $ 8 . 95, to $14. 95 . '? To dear-- One style only \ HOUSE DRESSES IX SIZE 40 AND 42. ~ \ , * ? - # ^ ' Made of blue ehambra, with white \ lawn collar and cuffs, wide self belt: ( \ T f\rrn \ () Q wore *2.U8 i'ariuerly? j iV OW VOC OTHERS TX ALL SIZES? ) i ' / IX NEAT BARKED (JINOHAMS? A Tn-^QQr THAT WERE $1.25 AND $1.50? ) * ? 7 OL avior I . K ACT? KIOLUlt ii/At. lmdukA I U?jY > I COMPLETE MEDICAL ANALYSES Charges Reasonable ? Reports Prompt Results Accurate' 4 * . Analysts to the Medical Profession. 4 The Coleman Laboratories I 2500 Chapline St. ? Both Phones 226. ? ' ? - ' ? s; .1 ? < J-,.