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*' i H B ^B * B 14 j^b ^ ? r ~ - ? I FIFTH TWIG SPONSORS '= OF BAZAAR ANO BRIDGE. Fr*p*rwtlom* Coa*pl*?*4 for Xlaborst* (l aad Bride* Th Arranged ?? * Benaftt tar OMo TmUay Oan- I * arml Bogpital. 1 The liome of Mrs. Howard Haziest. f on North Main street, will he the scene \ of h very charming affair this after- I noon when the Indies of the Klfth Twig o will hold a bazaar and bridge tea for ? the benefit of the Ohio Valley General * hospital. Tha bazaar will open ?t 5 1 < o'clock and a variety of beautiful em broidered articles.' hand made garments <i anil boudoir accessories will be on dis- t ptay. Bridge will be enjoyed between ' the hours of I and 4. and tea will be ?' s<Tvvd at 4. A number of nddltlonat r guests wilt arrive at the tea hour. * The following groups will play to- ' gether: Mrs. Carl i>. Schmidt, hostess; Mrs. ?' Samuel O. Laughlln. Jr.. Mrs. Nelson Whftaker. Mrs. Charles Feeney. Mrs Kdward Bates Kranzhelin. hosv. | ess; Mrs. Stephen Bice. "Mrs. William Bound. Mrs. Hal Speidel. Mrs. t*. D To war. hostess; Mrs. John ' Stevenson. Mrs. Henry tl. Stlfel. Mrs. ' Byron Nlekerson. Mrs. Kleanor Zimmer man. Mrs. Crank Kvans. Miss Lillian Arbenz. Miss Bose Arbenz. Mrs. C. B. Hubbard, hostess; Mrs. J. J McClurg Hays. Mrs. J. Howard McDon ald. Mrs. Heebies Tnlum. Mrs. J. J. Hot- . loway. Miss Matnie Hatterson. Mrs. B. . W. Hetergon. Mrs. Alex. Hazton. Miss Almira Brown and Mrs. Friend fox. hostesses; Mrs. Kllzal>eth Talsoti. Mrs. Kdwln Itleher. Miss Helen Gaither, i Miss Josephine Cox. Miss Virginia Sti fel. Miss Louise Woods. Mrs. Thomas Hearnc. hostess; Mrs. Andrew Glass. Mrs. Harry Franzhelm, Miss Margaret Irwin. Mrs. J. W. Kamktn. hostess; Mrs. Ar? thur Hoge. Mrs. l"aul Itoberts. Mrs. W. C. McGregor. Mrs Arthur C Stifel. hostess: Mrs. Balrd Mitchell. Miss Nell Stlfel. Mrs. Harold Young Mrs. James Cummins, hostess. Mrs. I.. K. Sands. Mrs. H. C. l-*ranzhclm. Mrs. John L. Dickey. Mrs. Robert Hszlett. hostess: Miss Anna Buchanan. Miss K'.iza l'rlssell. Mrs ' Alex. Young, Miss Klixabeth Hut.hlns. Mrs Henry S. Miles. hostess: .wrs. a, A. Wheat. Mrs. J. P. Merrlman. Miss A otrta Stlfel. Mrs. Leo Wolfe. hostess; Mrs. Louis I H-rkhelmer. Mrs. Julius Horkhelraei. I Mrs. A. M. Rice. Mrs. Arch Moffat, hostess: Mrs. Nel son Cecil. Mrs. f. A. Va?len. Mrs. I>wl|tht Wagner. hostess; Jrs. J. W Storer. Mrs. Kdward llltchman, ' Mrs. Grant Oliver. Mrs. I>. Garth Hearns. hostess: Mrs. Charles Milton. Mrs. George Laughltn. Miss Florence Oft. Mrs. Car! O. tschirfldt. hostess; Mr*. Samy.el ?>tt Laughlin. Jr.. Mrs. Nelson Whlvaker. Mrs. Charles Feeney. Among those who will ha*e guests for ???a are Mrs. William Tiernan. hostess; Mrs. j H. H. Harrison. Mrs. W. S. Butler. Mrs. T. t\ Moffntt. Mrs. J. M. Totter. Mrs. Jo?wph' R. I'aull. M's W. s. Fulton. hostess; Mrs. C. J'. WHWins. Mrs l-'rar.k Hupp. 'Mrs. S. M. Git..so ii. Mr? Howard Hailett. Mrs. Snmol (>tr l^tughlin. Sr.. Miss Agnes Wilson. Mrs. Gilmer. Mrs. A. J. Clarke. Mr-. Alfred I'aull. hostess: Mrs. A. ?J. ilul-lsiril, Mrs .v. 1>. Meade. Mrs. Frank Waterhouse. Miss Lee Anna Hub haul Mrs. Arthur Stlfel. hostess. Mrs. VVtlli tm Stlfel. Mrs. T. It. Hutehins. Mrs Henry Russell, Sr.. hostess: Mrs. V. M. Whitnker. Mrs. ltertha Caldwell, Mrs. Willism Miller. Mi.-s Florence <>tt. hostess: Miss Cajol> rj I'aull. Miss Jane Russell. Party Par Belt* Alpha Olrlj Mrs. Nelson Hodge and Mrs. David Mandry. Jr.. will !>e joint hostesses to the members of the Pelts Alpha so ciety at the home of Mrs. Hodge In Martins Kerry Friday evening. Several hours will !>,? spent In fancy w-ork and later in the evening the party will re pair to the Mel-K.-Garden, where an elaborate luncheon of exquisite appoint ments will be served. The guest list will include: *M! hm(_ s: Virginia r?ufT Nettie Holbrook Laura Lane Lillian Frazier Kthd McPonald Blanche Bell Grace Mandry Relxa Belt Teail liurkett Flora ThilUpa Mesda mes: t'.retta Shafer William Mandry ? .'race Pro man Frank Tpeldel Goni.i Pa vies Kthel Myers Helen Harvey Arthur Jones Clinton Jewell William Brooks William Jewell Alphjk Ti ThaaJkagtvlnf Diss* On' "f the most Interesting of the Thnnksgtvlng social gayetles will be the Thanksgiving dance given by Kta Chap ter.- of Al[>ha Pi Fraternity Friday eve ning. Nov. 23 at the Klk's club In Mar tins Ferry. Jones Novelty Kntertaincrs have been engaged to furnish a pro gram of the latest favorites In (lance music, and the dance will be marked by several novel features. The dance committee Includes Messrs: Freeman, i Pavis an<l Ward. Bummege Sals The Sisterhood of the KofT street Temple will hold their semi-annual rummage saie next Monday at 3S Twen ty Fourth street Ponatlons may be sent to the place of the sale now If desired - i Columbia Club Danes The Columbia I'lub will gl\e tiie next of i's winter series of dances this eve ning at the ''(dumbia club auditorium. The. Siren Si\ will furnish the dance mustc. and a good attendance of the club members and their friends Is ex pccted. To XaUrtala Bridge Club Mrs George MoFadden will entertain the members of her bridge club this afternoon at her home i.n the Island. Fridge will be enjoyed between the hours of two and four and tea will b-? served at the conclusion of play. Those ,playing will *>e; Mesilames Wm Anawalt I,ee By rum Kdward Penes James Ilolton Vrilllam Klett Geo. MrFaddcn Misses: Alma Bolton Henrietta Fair. Thanksgiving Dtacs ' "The local lodge of Klks will give a dance at the Flk's auditorium on the ?venlng of Thanksgiving Pay. Klahor ixte prep i rat ions are being made for the affair which Is expected to prove one <if the most enjovable of the Thanks giving gaveties. Joe Graff's Orchestra, from runxsutawney, pa., will furnish rhe dance music. Pnnclng will be en joyed between the hours of nine and e!?? en. w hen an Intermission will be al lowed for refreshments, after which ? anctng will he resumed and continue, ntil a late hour. Doubl? Wedding It was erroneously stated In these otunins yesterday that St Joseph's 'athedral would he the scene of a ouble wedding Wednesday morning ihen Miss Theresa Hatter and Mr Kol> rt Jones and Miss Mary flatter and Mr. ?tinlel Irwin, of Columbus, were united n marriage. The wedding ceremony will he per ormed at the Hauer heme on Grand lew street, at nine o'clock this ntorn ng. Very Rev. <). II. Move. V. t! . will iftlctate ltoth brides will wear hand lonte traveling suits of brown duvetyn* vlth corsage bouquets of Itrlde's roses. ( There will be no attendants Following the ceremony there will he i weddlntc breakfast at the home of the ?rides. The br^lnl party will also ho ntertalned at a luncheon at two thirty ?'clock, which will he followed by a re ception At 3:3M both brides and grooms v!II leave for Columbus On their re urn Mr. and Mrs. Jones will take up heir residence In Wheeling, while Mr. ind Mrs. Irwin will make their future tome in Columbus Roth the Misses Rauer are well known tere having been employed at the local I". W C. A Mr. Jones Is a member of he local police force and Mr Irwdn lt? issodated with a Steel company In Col umbus. ' i Wig cm -Marty Th? Sfci-nil Methodist Bpiscopal j hurch nf Bridgeport was the scene >f an tnteresting wedding yesterday w.en Mts* Agnes Marty, of Bridgeport. >pd Mr. William Nixon, of Martins , Kerry, were united in marring*. The Itev. J. 1*. Morton performed the cere mony. The hride wore a traveling suit of navy blue ituvetyne with accessories of Cray. A <s rsage bouquet of sweetheart roses completed her costume. There were no attendants. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. N:\on ileparted on a short wedding trip. ? >n their return they will take up their residence in Martins Ferry. The bride Is the daughter or Mr. and. Mrs. A. A. Marty. Mr. Nixon is the son of Mr and Mrs. W. N. Nixon nnd is .superin tendent i f the St. t'lairsville mine. It. Joseph's AltunnM XMt Members of St. Joseph's Academy Alumnae association will hold their annua! meeting In the music hall of the academy today. The biennial election of officers will he a feature of the meet ing. Very Rev. O. H. Moye. V. (?.. will preside. . The following program will he followed: l'rayer Very Reverend O. H. Moye x horal Numbers: The Tapal Anthem A merica Piano Miss Angela. Dlegmlller Roll foil and TTtnutes Miss Pella Mc^adden. Secretary Financial Rej>ort ....Miss Kntherlne Jordan. Treasurer President's Message Mlai LJllian Humphrey Flection of Offlcer.s Acceptance of OftVce Address hy the Very Reverend O. H Moye. V. G.. LU I>. Song Alma Mater Adjournment Miscellaneous rhower Mr. and Mr*. Edward Bearley enter tained u numbrr at friend* at their home In IVoartsrtnle yesterday evening. The affair whs In the nature of a mls ? ellaneous shower In honor of the Misses Theresa and Mary Bauer, who will be married this morning to Mr. Boh ert Jones and Mr. I>anlel Lrwln. Among those present were: Misses: Marv Bauer Theresa Bauer ' Vive Hall Messrs: Robert Jones Erwln Hamilton 1 lianlel Irwin Walter Wright Messrs. and Mesdames: Hay McCormack Edward Bearley About People ?ortMNta of To ia4 vmm n? ohr- | : AT TXX KOTXIAI. loftn?55. K.? Arhuthnot, Buckhan non; T. If. Holler. Grafton. Wladgor?Mr. and Mrs. T. \V. Allen.] CIrafton: Mrs. J. TV Hughart. Morgan- i town: George E. Meyers, ('amtrnn; I?. C. England. Fairmont; R. W. Tyler, Hunt- j Ington: E. H. White. Huntington. Mum?W. C. Wells. rarkersburg; j Tilenn Taylor. Jarksonburg; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Taylor. Jackaonburg; Mrs. ; C. E. Rlggle. Middlebourne; H. B. Jami son, Mlddlebourne. ? Mrs. A. >?. Burt, of Mannlngton. Is | here visiting her mother, Mrs. Elisabeth j J Wheat. Mrs. H. B. Beatty, of Mapnlngton. Is , a guest this week of Mrs. R. Dancer ! f here. Jack Harrison, teller of the Empire National Bank of Olarksburg. has re turned to his home In that city wfter spending a few days here visiting | - friends. Miss I/llah Graham returned last evening to her home at SlsteravllJe. W. Va. Sh? came to Wheeling the first of | the' week in company with her little! niece, Frances Kirk, who spent a month j with Slsteraville relatives. Miss Nancy Fulton and Mr. Clark Fulton, who are attending Washington , Seminary and Washington nnd Jefferson | V'ollcge, will come next Wednesday to spend the Thanksglxlng holiday with their parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Fulton. Mr. John P. Dickson, who has been the guest of his daughter. Mrs. Henry H. Miles. In I'leasant Valley, has re turned to h's homd In New Orleans. H. E. MoConkey. cigar manufacturer of the East End. had a narrow escape 1 rom losing his linger ye>terd.?\ when ho km!. slipped while making "logles. I lc wan attended by a i?li> s=4*-lnti. Willard K I ti ?.|" III" ! last End. ha- | ettirned from ?*mnt>t*t?lk*>. <> where In ?!??? n t fifRi! ilais \ t .-at 11 UK Ills parents. Elmer Mr.iclr is :ilili> to be out after i lengthy Illness. Kdnar'l I. .L-ff'-rs. 11. of Sixteenth itreer, has returned from a business trip o St- it" nv tile. Mrs S. \\". H irper will leave this mornt(iK f?r New York I'll.v. where she will s|ienil the week etnl with her ilntilth tor. Miss Louise Harper who Is a stu dent at Hrlnrcllff Manor on the' Hudson Ihv W. S. Fulton will return this | morning from a business trip to Now Martinsville Mrs. J. E t'olenian Is spending the i week with Wheeling friends anil htt?-n?l- j i'iI the Women's Home Missionary mo I ? lety convention at Fourth Street I church. t Lecture-Recital Club | Has Splendid Program j .. The Sonic form ami the rondo were j the subjects presented to the Lecture- i Recital club At the last nicotinic. Mrs II. Trenor Williams was In J charge of the program ami Is to he high ljr comnienileil for the ahle manner In' which she conducted It. The event open eil with a song group hv Elizabeth Man ser Mlohener. who sang three numbers front I.Ira Lehman's "Life of a Rose." charmingly. i Mrs. Mlchener posses a voice of love ly lyric timbre ami clarity. She sings with stvlo nnd displays temperament and In this her debut appearance before the club, scored a grateful shcoess. Mrs. Williams next read a paper on. the song-form which was illustrated by vocal duets by Mrs. IV H. Mavis and Mrs. II. S. MeMlUen and a piano duet by Mrs Holla Hall and Mrs. Weil Davis An explanation of the rondo was then given by Mrs. Williams after, which Mra. TV. E." Woolenweber guest artist, played two Interesting Illustrative num bers. She responded to an encore with Leschetlskvs arrangement of the "Lucia" sextette for left hand alone. Mrs. Trenor Williams then very fit tingly closed the program with a song group comprized of three new enmposi ttons by American Women Mrs Wil liams has an attractive voire of good volume and ample range, which she uses wth pleasing assurance In the de livery of her numbers fletta Fatvrett Moore and Helen Virtue Hadsell were the efficient accompanists of the after noon. "The doctor made me show him tn> tongue, and It cost me $.1, but I got even." "How?" "In a poker game last night I made him show me his hnnd. nnd It cost hlir $5."?Boston Transcript. rPISO'S-i SAFE AND SANE far Coughs & Colds TVli lllil It hom ill Itlkfti Qtkk nHi(. Mt iplnw- )V tvterwKtft , ' ____ _ Mmt'i LAXAPIRIN TFor COLDS Y La Grippe, Headacke II uJaflGeieralPaiM J A Folly-Tested Aspirin Combination Designed to Give Quick Relief Without Discomfort J CONTAINS NO QUININE J ?Mcrr foam x?c all MVMini MEDALS GIVEN i RAGE HERS; INTIRE3TINO PROGRAM AT MADI SON SCHOOL ? B. WALKER PETERSON MAKES PRINCIPAL ADDRESS. Pair Association Alio Awtudi Medala for Bait Manual Training- Class Artie 1* a. An interesting progrnm was carried "ill last night at Madison school, at which time medals were presented to the winners "f the lirst. second and third places in the running races held at the" West Virginia state fair on Sep- ! temher I'rof. ij; tlithens. superintendent of tlie schools, was chairman. I'rof. I. IS. Kwing. principal at Madison school, was In charge of the program, and U. j Walker Peterson, president of the Jlol lnr Savings A- Trust ruin puny. delivered f the principal address of the evening, talking on physical education in Japan. [ William f.ang. director of physical education, also delivered an interesting j address The State Fair association took this, occasion to award the medals for those) displaying the best group of articles turneii out at the manual training class j I and placed In the educational exhibit at j the fair this year. Jlert II. Swart*. | secretary of the ' West Virginia State ' I I-'alr association, awarded these medals. , j Those winning were: A. 5b?-Webster school. 11. r?a?t'nlon school. t\ tih?Madison school. P. fix?Ritchie school. E. 7b?I'nion school. l-\ 7a?t.mcoln school. The reason given for not awarding the medals nt a sooner time was due to a delay In securing them from the manufacturer. They were gold, silver and bronze. They were set with varied stones and were handsomely engraved. They cost approximately Jl'in. The following received gold medals. ?living ilr?t hi each i.f the eight \.nt-: Izi'iia It.iSi- Webster; llohcrta | ma. lofforson; Helen Horsey, Madison, Iviitln> 11 1 !"!?> . Madison; Thomas Jack o.li. Maillso'i: Tony Jtoiit. .Jefferson, Arctn Sherman, 1 iiIon: William Marseh ?er. Webster. The following received silver medals i for second plan- Aliee I'nync, St | Josephs; Mildred Km rites. Websler; 1,11- j lian Karges. 'WehMier; Helen I*!rl?-li. I Madison: i 5 leiiila !e l'niitt, Madison: i I'arl porter. Washington; Kdward j Writhe. t "outre; t'hurh-.s Parker, Web ster. I The following were third place w in ners and reeel\ ed bronze medals; J?or<?-! thy N'eut/.ltnB. Madison; Anna Marie j I'herk. Webster: Kieatiore I'oyne. St. .Josephs; Margaret Kane. Madison; tJinird Melhcmott. Madison; Uooeo Oarriannl. I'tilon; Hernard Parley. St. | Alphonsus; William /.lmfherman, Wash ington. Marrlag" settles down to normalcy when the man discovers that the greater part of the overhead expense* 1? occa sioned hy the rapidly changing styles In millinery.?Baltimore Sun. f RESINOL 5oolhinq and He&linq Does wonders ! for sick skins One application of this j reliable ointment and j the inflammation is reduced the itching stoppedandhealin? j begins Try it and see ? . 1 Short Cut to Weatlh Far too many people want diamonds, derol lette gowns, tailored suits, and silk shirts with out first being willing to mm* alarm dorks, aprons, overalls, and flannel shirts. There is too >nueh envy of wealth and too little willingness to work for it. Those who spend freely, usually end chained to their jobs. Those who regularly put money in the bank win final freedom. Dollar Savings & Trust Co. Wheeling, W. Va. Largest Bank in the State Solid as It Looks Home for Savings t a Smart Styles in High Boots vfPHIS may he an oxford season, but nevertheless we are prepared to offer you a very wide choice of High Shoes in new, good looking dt signs. Those women who hadn't intended to get High Shoes this Fall may well change their minds; these styles are so swagger. And after all when you think about it, it's rather difficult to get through a long winter without a pair of Hoots to fall hack upon occasionally. Come in ami try on this and other of the season's ? smart models in the Kod 9 Cross Shoe. A delightful ex perience is awaiting you here $9.90 * ????? ????^ 0 Agents for the Red Cross Shoe LOCKE SHOE CO. 1319 Market Street 1043 Main Street * Ory^/iis *SiwpbOesi One ReasonWhy CASCAW^OUININE Acts On The Spot IJ HI'S C.l Q. Tablets are tat bp t*A I ** Try ibis simple tiperiaeal: 1. Drop i C B. Q. Tablet ia a fUse W dear water. L Uitaatlp tbe tablet bepisu <Uu>t>fT>ba< m "Wtaluof op." 3. la 10 aecetsds Ike ae&al peipirtiee are tkarmklp aiieW wilb watW. Tka>, H33'? C I Q Tableti art maasedi eiaip, ffre rata vitboat (Map aad kefio ctakiat CaMa La Grippe lenj brier* er&urp tablets, bp actual Int. art ab sorbed bp tbe rtscaacb juices. Ta pmi tb-s, nbjrct etber tbaa C B. Q. Tablets I* tb* teat, awl absarrt tkat in Bait instances W bear as mors ia rrfoirtd ler complete iaintetnhoa. Demand C. B. Q.' Tablets ia rtJ baa tariaf Mr. H2Ts par trait and sipoetare. At Alt Druffirti?SO CemlM * ar. a. aru. roaraier. trrnorr LL". 1 Right Eye Service to Wronj Eyes When an examination of your evea. in made here you are as sured, If needed, a perfect and ac curate pair of glasses, made in our own shop. D. K. Matheny OPTOMETRIST ' Office Hoorat 8:30 A. K. to 5 F. X. Eranlnfra and Sundaya by appointment., 1206 Chapline Phone 327-J "THE MASK" DRAWING ji CAPACITY MENCES i "The Mask." produced from Arthur Horn Mow- * fascinating story of ro- j 1 tuance ami conspiracy tTiitt ranges from I I S.iti l-'ranciM'it to tho picturesque dia mond iiot.tK of South Africa, continues to attract rapacity hnusiv to the Utter-I | ty theatre, where It Is the attraelon all I this week. "The Mask" Is a Col. Win. X. Solijf production, lllnied under the Hrectlon of Bertram Bracken. JacNI tcilt Is the featured player. He la eeed^.*'?w n a dual role of twin brothers. whoypd-f^M houirh exact counterparts of one as* X^gB jthcr In looks, are the direct opposite* '' j.*5! n idiaracter. Heddrt Nova la sees "fg he leading feminine role. jJjH Customer?Here, what's the tneaainf 9f this? I don't want to be shaved by 'Ukj this kid. aH Harbor?It's only my own youngstefb ' *jjjE r let him have a bit of fun today, sir, because It's his birthday. Alpha Centaur! la the neareat star. I /evewthingx 1 / IN THE V I Entire Store 1 ^ REGULAR* ^ j ??"" C| a TTveC V j> Hub m Christmas Cardsj Leave Your Order at Once for Your j Engraved Christmas Cards. & : ! SAMPLE BOOKS ON DISPLAY. t '' ? ' Largest and Best Selection. ' Perry Stationery Co. 39 'Twelfth St., Wheeling, W. Va. c Et miss this rkable cooking demonstration Come to our store tomorrow. See the marvelous Thermo-Chef cook a whole meal over its one gas burner. Taste the new deliciousness of flavor which ? it gives to vegetables, the rich juicy tenderness of its meats, the feathery lightness of its cakes. Learn how you can leave the house early in the morning, have your evening meal start cooking in jour absence, and be ready to serve when you return at night. Leam how the Thprmo-Chef's automatic heat control keeps cooking temperature from varying 1 10 of a degree, prevents burning of foods, reduces gas , bills materially. Did you know that | ? . the Thermo-Chef | i ? does ail these things? | j f Start* ratal* cooking at aar . ( hour you with, whil* you ara I ' ?cot. I Automatically regulate* It* ' I ' own heat. ? r, j >* Cdbki entire meal over eat burner without forcing or prte ?ure; tave* gat. t j Need* no watching; nothing * ' ( can bum. ' Give* food* remarkable new , delidouaaea*; prwerve* n*. , ' tural flavor, rich juice*, vain- , able mineral *alt*. , , ? Keep* kitchen free from heat * ' * and cooking odor*. f | Can* 9 quart* at ooce, by J cold-pack method. tn ?? ? ? ' ' =c=? i i . I ; 4 Holcomb &>Hoke ^ ? ; ; Thermo-Chef i j Qas heated ? Cloc^regulated I j Women who have used it foryears , say that the Thermo-Chef saves as high 25% in meat bills, as j much as 25% in meat shrinkage; that one cent's worth of gas gives . four hours of cooking heat. They * say it is the greatest cooking aid \ - ever offered women. It cooks without watching; it keeps meals ! hot for hours when some one is ? ? late. It gives several extra hours j every day for other duties, for I ? visiting, shopping, rest or out* ? , door exercise or recreation. < * $E)70 puts it in your home || | Down ^ ? - - ?Kolmr# in tmall Just $5.70 down and immediately you begin to enjoy all the marvelous benefits which the Thermo-Chef has to offer. Did $5.70 ever before buy you so much leisure, convenience, economy, service? Think of the tremendous savings in gas which it effects. Think of the money you can save on your meat bills. Come tomorrow. Bring OTUy ^ J./U w ? U? jr wu I \r%AJ wiv W .????? ? amounts. We will deliver a Thermo-Chef at . J your home immediately on 30 days' approval. And once you have used it, you will wonder 4 how you ever kept house without it I Don't mist i r this great opportunity! COME. Or'phone for a i j home demonstration. ' I ,?u The Burgess Co.r Bell Telephone 1860 126-30 Main St Wheeling W. Va. ^ I .1 I i c ? \ ?" ... , ? I g ? ? ' - Vrff p^?lc Rook Coupon ? * This Coupon entitles you to a frea- * presentation copy of the 15.000 cook' ? book, "Thermo-Oh'ef Cookery" b t IB? Alice Bradley, when personally pra-j ?_ '4 ?sented at our store., ' *^B| Name ? m ? ? 1 Address * " ' ?