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. MQUNDSV1LLE
moundsVFlle elks
PAY ANNUAL TRIBUTE
? TO HONORED DEAD
HON. CHiS. schuch or NHiri
ETO. rxi^rvrms eloquiht
JtEKOWAi AD DRr SS
Strand Theatre Packed to Witness
Lodge of Sorrdw?Other 5owi
of MoundsvUle
Th? annual memorial services f-T de
rarfcfl members held ycsterdav after
p n ,*> t Mir Strand theatre by Mo'n.is.
?|e 'n'ec. \o. :<>?: H ?? <? Elks was
><f 'he irn.-t impressive ever he!'l
e* e lYiiri'lrr '?? .attended tl*e I.odge of
\. t)i.? -hofe bring vrewiVil
?.?t?-? My The rest 'mere-Hive part of
t e sr'.-ndid iTi't'nni carried out ?n ?
? -? ???erial ad'ress. ilc'lvkr'd b\
ITon Charles ,f. Svhui k. i?f Wheeling
The Kl!<is tert at their h<>nie i>n Fifth
street at t TP o'clock and went to Oh
theatre In a body.
The program began at 2.3d o'clock,
with, music hv Meistrr's Orchestra, o!
B.-idgeport, Ohio. The opening exer
cises were then given by Exalted Rule
.1. It ilerrlt. followed by a song ren
dered by the Second Presbyterian
church quartette. of Wheeling. This
"?was followed by the regular part of
the program. "Our Alter." by the
Esquire of the lodge. Robert Weaver.
The Invocation was then given by the 1
Chaplain. folia wed by a selection by the
orchestra. The roll call of the deceased
members was then carried out. the
names being callrd by Secretary Dale
R. ("haddock. This was one of the .
most Impressive parts of the entire pro
gram. It was followed by the reading ,
"Thanatopsls." by T. A. Kelly, after;
whieh a vocal duet was rendered, which
was highly enjoyed by all present. The
responses were then carried out by the:
different officers of the local lodge,
followed hy another splendid duct.
"Come Vnto Me."
Hon. Charles J. Schuck. of WhecVng. l 1
member of Wheeling I.odge No. 2S. was
then called upon to give the memorial
address. His talk was splendid rn'i
highly enjoyed throughout, being de
clared by many of the lo-al Kilts pres
ent to be one of the best addressee* < \er
given at a memorial here. He dwelt
at some length on the work of the Klk.?
in this country, explaining the purpose
of the lodge and how the members are
helped to he made better cirlxens hy
carrying out the creed of the Elks. He
spoke as from member to member, and I
as friend to friend, tusd every sentence |
of his address was listened to with tire 1
greatest Interest by the hundreds of I
Elks and their friends and relatives J
crowded Into the theatre. Ills spce?*h ?
was at times very touching, especially |
as he dwelt on the passing away of i
the members of the lodge.
After the memorial address the quar
tette rendered the beautiful hymn.
"i ome. Ye Weary." followed hy the i
benediction hy Rev. M. K. Compion.
The postlude by the orchestra completed
the program.
The program was as follows:
Voluntary Orchestra I
Opening Exercises Exalted Ruler I
Vocal Quartette, "find Shall Wipe !
Away All Tears" Cootnbs
Our Mtar Esquire
Invocation Chaplain
Se'ectfon Orchestra
Kid! Call of Deceased Brothers. ...
Secretary i
T:>srs?op?ls T A. Kelly j
\ oca! Duet. "The Invisible I-and".. I
Shelley
r,.-p..v?rs I.odge Officers
N ? < .? 1 Due*. "Conrty I'nto Me". .Campana
,x'?;iu'r at Address
lire f'htrles J. Schtick, Whcelln?
t.o'ig ? N'o. ;s.
Vocal Quartette, "Come. Ye Weary"
Srtainei
ftened'ctlon Bro. M. F. Compton j
i'o-tlude Orchestra j
Officers of Igtdge.
Exa'ted Ruler?J. B. Merrltt.
Ilvf-emed Leading Knight?-J. Lloyo
Arnold.
Ks'eemod Loyal Knight?T. W. Kcf
fcr. Jr.
Esteemed Lecturing Knight?Earl Jl.
Robinson.
Secretary?Pale R Chaddeck.
Treasurer?Paul Pechan.
Esquire?TJobTt V. Wosver.
Inner Guard? T. P. Walker.
Tiler ? J. Lawrence ? ?'Connell. ,
Chaplain?John 11. Sivert. |
Second Presbyterian Church Quar
tette. Wheeling. W. Va?Mrs. Edna ?s
fcitt Pe Prospero. Soprano: Miss Carrie
fchenerN In. Contralto; Mr. Will J.
Jones. Tenor; Mr. J. Edward Porter.
Baritone.
?. Mrs. Nellie Kbelingf Nay. IUrectress.
Meister Orchestra. Bridgeport, ?>hl?-.
Mr. George. Ijlrector.
Following are the names of the <le
ccased of Moundsville Lodge No. 2S:.'.
B. P. O. Elks: B I.. Hammond.
P. A. fsirsey. Walter Morr s. Jr..
P. P. Limerick. B. p. Penbndy.
L B. Purdy. Henry Seanton.
l>on Sha.'er. A S. Ingram.
J. P. Murphy. J. A. Howard.
I N Houston. NFred Kimtde,
R. T. Marshall. K. C Grit-Si.
(>. L. Holltdry, . Ben Pit/Gerald,
l.ee Woodweil. S. P. West.
Frank Murphy. W. K. Maitley,
W. J. Hopewell, V 1. I? i.ett,
J. E. Roberts. J. W. v..n
r?. P Helvier, M. Petoi. ?
John M< <:-:!re. M. J (1:? -y.
J. W. I'.intey. A 1.. Barker. .
T. J. Parsons, Thoti.n * Sh? pl.erd.
J. J. Reedy, J. P. I'okcr.
R. I.. Zirik. E. It. Smyers.
William KUer, J. K Chase.
It. O. Pavla. C. Newman.
S. R. Blair. P. C. Robot ts.
M. M. Conway. P. H. JtlaJ e,
J. A. Ewlng. S. W. Mathews.
W. P. Oreenal, N Juntos W. Ryan,
F. W. Brown.
Up for Two Chmrgeo
Pliminn Oimesko will be brought tip
on two charges before Squire Lewis
in justice court today, being for drunk
enness. assault and battery.
It Is said late Saturday night LJ'.amlatt
got on a spree, went home in :? very
djrunken condition and at once start,- I
to cause trouble. He fir -1 tri-? I
lng up his wife and when she r.itt u, ?
stairs to tike refuge in a boarder K
ro. ni the drunken man declared that
she had gene there to be with her
boarder. It is then alleged that lie hr
?*ve e "raged and 1'red through the door
with a shotgun. H"we\er no one was
injured. Officers V- right and Warner
tr.':1 -d <>n t e s one and to 'k ldmesko
" the i ounty ?:??! for the r.l.l.t.
Piacttcw Touigbt
T ? \n-.er- .ri Region basketball five
?? m' hold t etr j.r..cttV.? eveii
;-ig t h e boo! ryrnnaslum By
tlte e urt?sy of ? e l?o:ir l of elucati'Ui
nnd the school i.'(iritis the Legion has
been granted the use of th?- s-l-.oid gym.
enabling t em to hive a team this s< i- j
son. The team w'M he coached by the
able Pos.s <*urtls. former Wesieyati star,
??nd will hm ?? such good men in t's
roster as 1^1 lis. Moore and Ryan, till
former high school fdavers; Rubie. of
W A: J fame, and Ransom, who was
on< e a Marietta star. If all g> es well,
the Moundsville l.e/h n should havo otie
of the best flo?r teams In the valley. So
far no games i:a\e been hooked for tin
coming season, as the management has
been waiting for the high school team
to complete their schedule.
Meeting Today
The Moundsville Ministerial associa
tion will hold their annual meeting to
day, convening this morning at to I
o'clock at the First M E. church. The J
minwtag ?f the pa-t year will bo read |i
i "
by HiM. W '"a-lV. ;\Ttor of the M.I
i ?. >.'iiur li ;i! ' *
Funeral Todwy
F*unc:a.t >?? ?. ??>?-' f : ti.e hf Mr". J
? v ; ? : . I at i
i. :? ???; . i. :: to.. M .1 iy n:t- I
'.: >?! ... ; r >V . w'ii !??? hold J
;.I ? .1: t-; n >?n at 2 '
'?y I{...'\. w ;; "t". .. ?"> .t.i .liter-J
went ta Mo ;: t ':?? e cemetery.
15 ? itt Fjuoval
Purer ' ? ? ?: ? ? r. *..-I I yesterday !
iit 2 the .it I > i \V Kerry.!
\:i nr ? ?; : 1 MCe
No. TKn .1 ' I'yi iFenie.l. j
meeting . ? t : I ir ina In a i
tv.Jv the !??t?* i;o:nc '>:i ,le:T.-rs n avc- I
i c. v. -?>? . ?.? \>. r.- IicM.
Election Mrdo
At n meeting he'd Saturday aficrnion ,
h\ the .Marshall C. unt\ l-'arin 1 :-.in? ? ?i J
!' e annual o|.'vti?.n of oflo-ers t '?!? I
? ?*. t' l'ol!..w iir< I>e:hk ?11?>-f?? ? 1 tor j
the year i?. M Stewart '?*" |
l.p Fa-' a dent ? A It. A?"'<or. <>fj
? vi'to no'-r.-t . ' n? * Frank M \v- I
irian. ..f H 'Vii an Iti '???* treasurer. The j
? ?I". I r\ hoard \> i't In- n-mrd later lij '
the \ar i-us ?)i ?< r v .
Union Me-hhtf
The -Vnior SF.ncar.l Hearers and th?
Forisfie'd st it' hT.I of the Kir-'
M K ohur !i wl'I meet with the anvil
lory ;ri a unl tt nieetin ? in the nnriors
the ehnr h f'ls evening. This will
N> mi Important nnet I nir tor !v?th
;|V several "res-ins business
na t ters are t ? he r -h.-ti ..p
Kor.adiTll'.*
Mrs. Frank ijorlev of ? 5i11tier. Is.
the guest of i\trs. i* I. Calvert here, .
Mrs W. W Henderson Is spend ns a I
few .lavs with her daughters at Kilts-j
burgh. j
\ It. S< oft of ^torcantov. n is snend- J
itiir a few days In jhe oily on husitv-ss. I
Misses Thelma Manse!! niol l.oretta I
1 irey of MoMeehen were the week-end ?
> nests of frienths and relatives hero }
C K. Sehtrtm-r of Pittsburgh was a[
(?risfuess cV'er here Saturday.
Mrs \\\ H. West of KoHnire Is the I
i est , f her daughter. Mrs. tleorg ? Ken- j
n.ett of I'urdy avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shayadis of Ken-j
wood were the guests of friends here
yesterday. !
Cecil Wood of Kiirhth stre.-t is so.-iv1 !
irg a few days with his parents n*
Washington. T'a. I
Misses Sarah Whit" and I.uella Van
IC'rk of Washing thn. Fa . are the uu-s -
of Mrs Oeorge Koontr. of Second s'ree' ?
Miss Khea Stewart of Second street i
I
spending a few days with friends a*
Kairview, Ohio.
C. L>. Anli>'n of Wheeling was a
l''if"np.n ylstior here Saturday.
Miss ilerlo Snedeker, who has been
ill. is aloe "?> to it again
?!f\ William " ???a.tp has returned
fr< in Washing ion. 1> t". where he sport
a few <i.i>s at his fiirtir r hmnr
Mr. and Air*. 1\ 'I. Aohortnan of
Point I leasant. wee the week-end
gt ests of friends l o'e.
Miss Kielin Jamison ..f r.ellalro spent
>e?te?day with relatives here.
Mr*, n (?. W ilson ot Pit tsburgh Is
\pitim: her father. K II Me.Karland.
>? ho is ?|tiI:e ill ;^t his tiome on Purdy
avenue.
Pr. f. T. 1>. Williams has returned to
his home at Hannibal, < ?.. after attend
ing the tea"hers meeting Prtday. and
spen ling tin- ween-end with friends
here.
Mr and Mrs. James Pindhiy of Him
drove were the week-end gnc: ts of
friends hcie.
McMECHEN
RECEPTION TONIGHT
FOR NEW MINISTER
The members of 11??* First t'luir-h ot
?? ?1 arc planmtiK t<> iclv?? :i ??>u
this evening at the church for the new
castor. I!cv. John Whistler, who ?!??
livcred his lirst sermon hero yestorilt.v
morning Fiev. Whistler conies from i
Klmllay.'?^hio. attil succeeds Rev. t". V I
T.I\ !er. who left some weeks ago for
Iowa, where he accepted a eu'.t.
The committee has planned a splendid :
program f< r the evening. Rev, i\V. I
fuller, pastor of the t'hrlstiatt church. |
;i*u| Rev. I'attl I. Klnnnitgan. pastor of
the M. K.? njjurclt. will Ki\e addresses I
Af'er the program it has heen arranged
;n !>.,?<? gr.i.u-.. ;i;.?| o he- pa-limes. At
a late hour refreshments will be
served.
RUny Attend Memorial.
Many local people attended the Mlks
memorial services given at the Strand
theatre at Monndsv tile vosterilii}' after
noon. m-wi.iI from here being members
of the Mmmdsville lodge. The services
were very intl resslve and were d" hired
splendid 1>y tjie local nieiiiherti who were
prevent Several from th!t: place aiso
attended the memorial services at
Wheeling, held at the I'ourt theatre.
Plana'tyr Tor Lecture.
Plans are well under vvav tor the lec
ture to he given hyr?- H hv
Miss ijarnot i'o\. The lloy its are
selling tl.e tickets arid although they
havi en on sale hut a short time,
inanv have hoen sold .?.'nov.ins that the
'centre V ill ptohahly he a great success.
Miss t'ov is from the I'nited Lyceum
htireau. This lecture will ii-.d a' the
school auditi rluni. the pro. ends :?> he
for the henetlt of the s ito.d play,
cruanil'i.
Netv Plan Tor Drive.
The Red t'ross orgunizatloii itere has
a new plan for cnlntui; memberships In
?heir present ilrive The drive* lias l.c-n
roinv: on for several days, and li has
heen found that the new system is a
complete success. The new (Inn is to
have i hnlrladKs in the different
churches working together for inemher
slilps The chairladies are: first t'hurch
of Mod. Mrs. Forest Klrhy; v'nth-die
? Iriri !i. Mrs. Thomas Mountain; M. '*? I
i-lr rih, tin*' t hairlady for each i-f the
, fn'ir divisions c t" tiif Ladies' A ill of tne
church. It is expected that the drive
: will li- I'unipli'li'.l in a few days.
Practice Tomorrow Evening.
Tiif r?ix:?* !':v" luiskethall team will
iit'lil their it';:ui.ir wt't'kly jirartIf" to
morrow "iiiii? a! tli" I'nitin high;
si?;i? 1111 gymnasium. The Dixie five are
now ii. liti' t .ttniii on ami au* ready to
I took gain- - w.tii any f..ini ill the xttlley
t"i til" "t'tii iiK sen:" ii. At tomorrow
Ming's Ufikt'iit tlie foat'li plans to
tiriil i'.mi la pass w>rW.
Bfolgan Puneral Services.
I i.'iit iai serv it'cs uere !??"?!?l froin flic ?
i.il" home (.,i Marsiial! s!rt"t yesterday
al'lt'rnt.t.n a: ti'fin.'l; f. r I In- late Mrs. |
Amanda Morgan. Uev. Paul I.. Phi- .
naiiKaii ntitl Itev \\ M. I'astl". of tli" j
M II ? liijT.ii uric the officiating nun
ist-'t;'. anil in't'i no n: v. as made In tin'
Mi .Me' In a i ? mel'-ry.
Church Notes.
Tli" M-i'vii i s at the first I'hnrrh of
; Im i ? r <? \i-r> phasing yesterday. It
l.elng 'In- llrst servli'" for itev. .lohn
Wiilsl":- here. At the nrnming service
he spoke on "Ti e Indwelling of I'hrist."
and in tli" evening mi "The I!lory and
' I 'ri' i sc i : t he i Inireli."
This evening the l.adies' Aid of the j
M ,??: i .'it'll will hold a nieciing at T I
I . ."."I. A' 1 :tn o'eloi'k the 5* 11 n <t .'I V
I s.'lni"! l oaid will iodd a business niect
' lug a? 1 io' ehiireli.
i The inoiithly husiness and social
I
j meeting <>f the Christian church will be
hold tomorrow e\ ?-ni 11 >r.
TlcJCichwi Briefs.
Air. and Mrs. Newton Marshall have
returned home after a few days \tslt
with friends in Mottndsvlllc.
Harry Scott, of Heilalre, was calling
on fii. nda and relatives here yester-1
jday. ? j
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sampson, of Kltts- 1
luirgh. have returned home after spend-?
ini; a few days with relatives here.
Mrs. J. II. litlNngham has returned |
Initne after spending a few days with !
i frli n>l.-> at (lb n Kaaton. |
j liny Kill-in has arrived home after p ,
brief visit with friends at I'ittshurgh !
Misses Krta Miller and I'earl An- i
ilfws. of Martins Kerry were the week
end guests of relatives here.
Harold Kaufman, who has been at
tending to business at Youngstown.
Ohio, lias returned home.
Mrs. 'Charles 1 tag ley, of Bradford
Springs, has returned to her home after
Icing the guest of Mrs. Edward Oat#*
wood. ?
Misses Thelma Mansell and LoretUC
CI rev were the week end guests of
friends and relatives at MoundSvlIIe.'
Charles Hughes Is able to be out after
a few days Illness.
Miss Eva Xcwton, of St. Clalrsvlll#
was (he guest of relatives here yes
terday.
James I.ee was llie week end guest
of friends at Cameron.
I >oro*n^tf qorw in
m MINT N0NB LIKE 'EM
V/V/ifiiiVU IN WHEELING
WAFFLES ' |
=|!
! NOW IS THE TIME
] TO HAVE YOUR TEETH EXAMINED AND THE
! . BAD ONES FIXED
DECAY and DISEASE
t Will not wait for your convenience, but keep working day
and night, until it is too late to save the teeth you have
neglected.
The cold and damp weather which is coming will be sure |
to make your bad teeth ache.
See the Dentist New !
J | AND YOU WILL HAVE NO REGRETS
Hill Bros., Dentists
1
Reliable
. X-Ray
Service
liPIWW'7'
Nitrous
Oxide and
Oxygen
30 Years in the Same Location
1049 Main St. 5
?? r|
I i:th *r Markot St.. 6?.3 Market St. Elm Orovs. 24th & Chapllna Sta.
PUone 277C. Plitn? GC62-J. Phcno 77-*. Pfcon* 4025.
i ____ ???____________
PEELED PEACHES*
1.XTICA I N?' ^
Tli? b?ut c**i ^uy. 7Q/*
I I'uuuu ... LtVC
'1 ^ ??u!?v*8i V ??Ia>
"l 1.? c - .. ?. :..?l ?<' 4iouii?i
> . ?? ;:ii i-fiv ??Hi> .
| PLUM PUDDING
II ?,<- tu.r. ' j.C uy. Q C
j| Can . JDC
Doxait Caua, &4.CU
ji
SOUP BEANS
n. V tq
iO pound* v if
X.ilra Jin* quality llacon to j 7
coon with thfc.u. Pound 1 I C
CHOCOLATE DROPS
Our l'JSUiar pile#, pounl 3jc. 1 Q
TUla weak only, pound .. 1I7C
4 PouiuU, TCo
ISuy .i.c .i for ?'Uri.sl.ii.is now. .
THIS WEEK ONLY
!'!!KK * Tif i.iti i t" tli*' sam?? k!n>l
w.th cu'ry il'-wa you l?uy a; ihu
r-K r"" !'rl** In diVr w-T'N.
!.. cans a ?1o/en. Now is tli
t ir.<? :o .J your ?':<I .'ornin Krons
i ??.in i'nr:i 1 t ?<?*. or any th.tu:
in liie ion goods i;n?*.
We arc headquarters for l'ru't
?*al.e Ingr. ?Il-'fts < ?n r ?a'e o:: rlii*
!!no lias 'nfM in. rnioiis . ur prlooi
an* right.
P A 0. SOAP
10 Vo? 59c
I (This week only)
[ Not wrapped; 10 l?nra to a customer
PEPPER
Prr-RT OROTTND Of
Two potftla DOC
Tills week only.
t
ASPARAGUS TIPS
The best thill is ;?ut :n ran.i. j
Y?*r> tcinlur ami whip* 39c
N Dozen Cans, $4.50
Spew.al !"? ?r thi* wffk.
California No. 1 Walnuts
13-1 CiOJ) .ail il O W- ^Ur?
i'oaai OwC
Two Pounds, 75o
FLOUR 1
Cbold Msdal $1.13
monarch .80
stuU Wlaj 1 Jtj
Pillsbury 1.JIJ
?-.o. bag Corn Ksj. .IV
ic-ib. bag- Buciiwliait 1'lour .60
5-lo. bag Graham Plour . . . .80
HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE
HAWAIIAN 1*1.I'll
Wholn alleys, h^aiy syrup; larpo
tans Th? best moi'-y can JQr 1
buy. ran v LuQ
u>ozsn Cans $3.43 |
Cass, 2 dozon $6.'06
T.'ila wcoll ?.n,y.
|
NUCOA NUT OQn
BUTTER Lb LVL
!
j
APPLES
Soman In bos, C* O TC
medium alia; bos ... y?t?LtD
TARM D JF.EAC APPLIS
Jolinathan'a?each apple O A A i
wrapped; larg-o aire; box $J?UU |
I or :i lirnilfil t:rrr only.
BROOMS
.li;M r?'/Hi'i| a !:..??.? nhlp- CQr
i.r' ' ? i i o Mri'O ins. J3C
Worth i> Rrcai irn>r< .
Tli.s \vp>|i an!?.
COCOA
Hlch with buttsr fat. O ?*
Two pounds OJC
This ufi'l, oiiiy.
!M!<> Yrniuii Kviiforatfd Milk Can, 11c. I)<>/<n. 81..'I? |
A ival bargain this work only.
WHOOPING GOUGH
No "cure"?but help* to re
duce paroxyems of coughing.
UICKS
? VapoRui
Ootr 17 Million Jan Utod Yoat\?
f
M ut u al
Savings Bank
1126 axarkat St.
V
SAVE
Tour money and thrive?or pay
the price fn poverty and disgrace.
Tut away a dime a day. One
dime opena an account here.
Depositors
4^2% Interest
b*T? r*c?lr?4
oa tfcrlr quarterly
ttlUMi for thi
part i?Tml y??n
i
Geo. E.Johns Co.
The QuaUty Shop jj
January Prices Now!
FEATURING WOMEN'S AND MISSES' FINE QUALITY COATS
With Luxurious Fur Collars?Ineomparable Values at
$59.50
IIiijh-grado <'oats in tho now
lilousod and flaro sl vlos trinnnod with
Mole. Nutria, \V<?lt' Opossum. The
inatorials, Marotia, Bolivia, ?Superba
and jPollvnimn.
Values to $80.00
$39.50
s
\ ?
Now models of Bolivia and Xormnii
die Cloths with large fur collars, also
with the new throw collar style in the
full flare or the new belted models.
Values to $57.50
Now is 1 ho Time f<> Buy!
TRKMEND' U i REDUCTIONS
Uipli 1^11:1 lit\ Winter Dresses from h'etrular Stock to ('lose Out
lu Tliree Collections
Up to $39.75 Dresses, Marked Down to 924.50
Up to $55.00 Dresses, Marked Down to $37.50
j Up to $75.00 Dresses, Marked Down to $49.50
SUITS REDUCED X and X
BLOUSES $5.95
Georgette, Crepe do Chine, Satin. Beautifully Trimmed.
Values to $8.50.
BIG REDUCTIONS ON FUR COATS
Hudson Seal Coats with largo collar ami Hay Seal Coals, full hox and flare belted Hudson Seal Wraps with very large Nat
cuffs of Heaver. Value $r>2?">.b<?. models. Values $22-").00. ural Skunk collar. Values $77").00.
Reduced to Solo.00 Reduced to $160.00 Reduced to $495.00
Near Seal Coat, full flare belted models. Heaver Coats. Sport styles. Heautiful Mole Wraps with large Grey Squirrel col
Valuess $17o.u0. light Heaver pelts. Values $765.00. lar. Values $675.00.
Reduced to $100.00 Reduced to $475.00 Reduced to $395.00
EE? Make this an electrical Christmas
'n an age where electricity runs the world, electrical aj>
I>1 iancos arc coming more and more to be regarded not
as luxuries, but as necessities. Below are offered a few
timely suggestions for the giving of practical gifts this
year. Look Ihetn'over and see if there are not several
things among them which VOL' need for VOI R home.
Irons
Hot point Irons make
splendid ('hri?-1 m?vs u'ifts.
The prices arc $(>.50,
$6.?5 and $7.50.
ELECTRIC DISC
STOVES
$8.75
u ^
A ?ri t't both practical
ami beautiful. is one of
those electric disc stoves
at $8.75.
A ROYAL GIFT
>?
The hushaml who gives the lit
tle woman at home a l?< lYAI, Klee
trie Cleaner for Christmas will
li in I her genuinely thankful ami
appreciative. Ami nice .she has
use.I the R( ?YAI.. she'll tell you '* T
couhln't keep house without it!"
LAMPS
Lamps as gifts
will l>e eagerly
received by any
one. They shed
their radian JO,
not only r t Xmas I
time hut thru-' f
out the year. As '
a gift they com
bine utility with
beauty .as few
other gifts do.
Heading lamps,
table 1 a m ps .
study 1 a m p s.
floor lamps ?
these are .all
here in great va
riety. I he price
range Is from
$8.75 to $b3.50
ppr-v^iators and Urns
No in o <1 c r n
ousowife is cou
nt to ho with
out an electric
i* o r co 1 at or or
I : ..avo a most unusual
selection of them?in many
shapes and sizes. And the cost
is indeed moderate for so great
a convenience?
From $13 to $22.50
GEE ELECTRIC CO.
Fourteenth and Main Streets j

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