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CHARITY BALL
IN BELLWRE
BENim ATTATR TOR BELL AIRE
HOSPITAL WILL SE INTER
ESTING SOCIAL EVENT OT
HOLIDAY WEEK.
Wheeling People Will ReUim Today
rrom Pleasant Tour In
Europe.
or.' of ?ho most Interest'r.g so< la! |
???.oiks i i-.nstmas week will bo tho I
charity ball which will b?? ?;*<?!: on the
p\ptilpg of I>eoeml>er -5> at the l'liks !
' 'Ittb in HfMalro for tho benefit of tho
Mellaire hospital. Klaborato pre pit ra- |
?iov.s are b-lng made for tho affair and
Spansli r's orchestra "f this c'.iy In
be;, rnxajjpil to furnish the dance
n.usip. I>:in wit! he enjoyed in tho
R'.iditct .urn of the Hlks Home which
*?? i T i have attractive decorations in
keepinj; with the holiday season. A
feature of the affair will he the f-crvlnit i
tf a buffet supper ??! eleven o'clock,
after which "lancing wilt be resumed
sitii will continue until a lair hour. Mrs.
<\ \\". Pickens is general chairman of
rrr:-ngements. Those de-lrlnR to mnk?
ations may do so by cal'.lnfr Mrs.
Po-kens or i\ny of the followinsr mem
bers of her committee:
M* silames:
V". Carnahan .Tames TV F*!tton
W. TV Morgan llest Hopkins
H. I.. How man
Misses:
Mary Shr.rnafelt
Return Prom Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander (lluss and ;
Mr. and Mrs. Johpson McKlnley are
expected t-' strri*. o today from New
Vork. Mrs. tlla^s and Mrs. MoKlnlcy !
landed itt New V"rk Monday after a |
sta\ >?f several months in Europe. and j
i' <?;>' joined in 'he metropolis by Mr. |
? llass and Mr. McKinlev.
The MIjih A Til lie turn.
\lis.?es Menena and Katherine A ill. :
?Vln. hmc hoen v.siting their cousin.
Miss t.nul?e An!. !n Nashville. Turn.,
??eturned t h ?? 1 r home In I'imwood
.'??sterilav evening. Mis? Louise \nl was
fV? guest ?">' tlie Misses All! for some
weeks during the summer, anil during
her stay here was honored at many
social affairs among the younger set.
Woman's Club of htivrtlr.j Terry.
r".te Woman's ( tub of Martins Ferry
will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
::i the hoard of trade rooms. The an
nua! collect Ion of gifts for children will
he 'aken at this meeting, and a pro
gram In keeping with the holiday sea
son will he given. Mrs. W. M. French
will be hostess for the day. The pro
tram is as follows:
rtotl Call?Sayings of Children.
"Shepard-Towner Maternity ard I n
fancj Mill Mrs IT. it. Crisweil
"Is It Weil With the Child?"
Mrs. S D. McKee
Judge Hen B. . Lindsay, the Boys'
Friend ....Mrs. I.yle Cambers
*-!e't Heading .Mrs Frank Howen
"A happy childhood is the pledge of a
?;,>?? manhood."?Bronson Alcott.
Y. W. C. A. Board Meeting.
Ti.e December meeting of the hoard of
d.rectors of ti.e Yc-.mg Women's Phrls
? an association will he held Friday
?uorn'ng C this week at I:3o o'clock.
\s this s t^e a?- meeting of the board
: ef..rc the opening of the fiscal year
.'anu ir' ' a'.! members are asked to be
Tor Miss Bollock.
Mis* Margaret Blackford wilt enter
tain informally at bridge this afternoon
!i?r home In Feci! Viace. In honor of
\;;sv Josephine Folloejt of Seattle.
M ash., who Is visiting her grandmother.
Mrs. Augusta rollocli.
Mist Egerter Honored.
M. <s liva I'gertrr will he honor guest
un.-heon given at the Janegrare
Tea Room today by Mrs. M. w. IInrrt*
- >?. I.uneh'on wit; 1.0 ?orvcd r; 1
?ek. with rovers !a:d for- twelve
gin sis.
Entertains Card Club.
h.Tv McKeen entertaine! the
?!,embers of -he "Ritsy Bees" club yes
terday e\ ???ting at her home on Four
teenth street. Five hundred ras the
diversion or tbe eve-nlng. live tables ac
? ? ?mniodatiiig Miss McKeen's guests.
The prir.o winners were as follows:
Miss Mart- Kain. flrst prize; Miss Anna
:. i iriblx-n. second prize an(j Miss
Madge M A'auiiff. consolation prize.
Mrs. Williamson. Hosteee.
Mr- J. i i\ illiameon will he hostess
a tnm-hvon at the Janegracc Tea
Loom Friday of this week. Ltincheon
will lc served at 1 o'clock, and after
'.um-heor the guests wlii repaJr to the
?:on,e of Ire hostess where the after
noon will be spent at cards.
Bake Bale.
rite Set.io- league of the North S'-eet
M IV church will hsve a hake aule at
the ?: .? I wncer store Saturday morn
ng. M:s? Mabel McfJranahan is chair
man of arrangements.
To Entertain Bridge tlnb.
Mrs. Blanche Mend"! and Miss Rose
Hunter will entertain the members of
the Bridge r|ub Saturday at their home
ill Ttrnokside Six 'able* will ac
comodate the gjes-s for a session of
bridge and a dainty luncheon will he
served at the conclusion of the games.
Macademy Club Bane*.
'?n- -f 'he most Interesting events on
" week's social calender will be the
dance given Thursday evening by the
Macademy ? Miib* a- convention hall In
i he market auditorium NVinon Maples
.cc.irsTa of Clarksburg have been so.
cured fv.r- 11,1 s occasion and these
pooular -nterta'neis will furnlsli a.
i.leasmg program of dance rr isle The
? .??nee committee for this i.P.dr Include*
Messrs. Bore. (>re. Pa.-mack. Gerb'r
ant . ay. wno have had charge of tho
fa I. and winter series of dunces for the
c.tjh. Vt * rec?n- meeting at the dub
house on North Main s'nrer the fo|io-v?
\
I
i.ng committoe w*s named f-<r the , (
year; Messrs M;.'v Wolff. ,
??bairn;;: t!. William Ar-'hioaid. Albert'.
\> \> Henry Jacobs. a: d lie.and j
,\i. ? \ v. i
Airlff To Spend Holidays.
?\li:-s Poroth.V Wostt'dli lull Ifi'H (
a*tend;tig Smith College will oorju- Sun
.In y to spend the holiday s .it *lu- lioms ! |
f her parrnfs. Mr. and Mr.s. 11. 1'.
West fa II in HukUiril l.ane Miss Helen ,
<1 i's who is a Junior at Smith tai.s |
j. j- n ill arrive Wednesday "f next
week t<> visit her parents. Mi. and Mm. i,
I-Yank 'iaus on the Island. ,
About People
MoT?m*at? of XndtTidtiaia To And
Trom Tb? Ctt1
(
AT THE HOTELS j
Boger?--F. II. llalien. Grafton. jl
MoLnr* K. U. Hong. Middiebcurn*; : I
I.. It. Wilson. 1 Xirkerjshurg; Harry U. (
K'mkc.id. fiarkshurKi H. 1 >. Brown and I
life. I'.irkersburg; Wed 15. Martin. Key- i
><-r; Miss Is la V. Groctsch, l'arkersburg; !
-Miss Hazel K. Cutler, l'arkersburg. : '
J. W. Mct'ord. l"arkersburK; B. A.
Hedeibneh. Huntington; It. M. Blair 1
and wife. Kogrwt. ? !
^Tlndsor- t-Yed tl. Kin;?. < "iiarleston: >
J. 1?. O'Keilly, lYirkersburg: M. H. Hum- I
ble. Fairmont. I
?tamrn -W. B. Mc.Me.Uien. McMechen. i
George Bremer and Max Sohafer will ' i
'rave the tirst of January for an e\ten- |
si\e trip through the south. They will,
visit the New Orleans plant of the ,
Fuerst Kniemer Candy company, for
which company Mr. Bremer Is agent In
this district.
Miss Mary Maugham, of the Island,
will ieavf tomorrow for Indianapolis,
Ind.. where site will visit with r-datives
for two weeks.
I Mrs. Charles Seibert. wife of Squire I
Charles Seibert. of KIiu Grove, who has
been seriously ill at the family home in
Boring l'lace for the past six weeks, has
| been removed to the Ohio Valley Clcn
! era! hospital.
Mrs. <arr:e Miocner .inn uituxiitci.
Mrs. Laura Krledling. w-ill leave Thurs
' day morning for Tampa. Florida.
Ite?/. K. P. Carson, of Warwood. at- |
tended the funeral of a relative at. Steu
, benviiie. O.. yesterday.
Miss Dorothy imtts. of : 91 Sixteenth
i street, is home from the Cincinnati Con
servatory of Music to spend the Christ
i mas holidays.
Mrs. Sarah A. Doyle Is quite 111 at her
I home on South Kof? street.
I Max Schafer. of the Sohafer Cigar |
j Company, has returned t<> tho city after i
! a business trip to Mannlngton, W. Va.
Miss Alma Uorinjr. popular steno- (
grapher at tho Boy Scouts1 headquar- j
; ters. has been confined to her home at i
1021 Chapline street, for the past few
I days with grippe.
Mrs. John S. Butts, of Sixteenth
street, who underwent an operation at
the Xorth Wheeling hosp.tal last week,
is getting aior.gr very nicely.
Miss Sara Stamp will arrive to-mor- !
row from Weliesley College to spend the j
holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j
Jason C. Stamp, in l.enox
C. A. <iiindllr.gr has returned from j
Farkersburg, where he attended the con- j
vent'.on and business meeting r,f tlie |
West Virginia Bottlers" Association.
M. t\ Giesey will return this morning i
from Farkersburg. where, as one of a
state board, he assisted In conducting
the examinations of aplpicants for 1
licenses to be architects in \V?est Vir- |
g'.nla.
| James C. Kline, of Independence. Pa., j
will arrive in the city to-day. and will >
spend several 4a>'9 here on business.
Attorney and Mrs J. Harold Brennan '
are confined to their home at flighland j
Park, suffering with bronchial pneumo
nia. Mr. Brennan took sick last week 1
but pneumonia did not develop until i
Sunday. Mrs. Brennan has been ill with j
a severe cold for the past ten days.
Mrs. Donald McDonald, of Louisville, !
Ky.. and little daughter. Mary, are the)
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sumner Jones, <
in Kenwood Place
Kussell Metzner will come the latter
rart of the week from Lehigh L'nlver- j
sity to spend the holidays with his par-i
ents. Mr. ar.d Mrs. W. If. Metzner. [
the.r home in Pleasant Valley.
The condition of Mrs. George F.itten- i
house and little eon. who are 111 at the 1
Ohio Valley General hospital, with ty
phoid fever, is reported as somewhat
. improved.
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MBS. STAJbtM DHUCCTOK.
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It was stated in this paper yesterday
that Miss Hiatf was elected regional
director from the Fourth ward at a i
meeting of the Ohio County League of |
Women Voters held Monday afternoon.
Mrs. John Stamm was elected regional
director from this ward.
EST OSTICTM TO TXIAi.
Charleston. \V. Va.. l>ec. 13.?Ray
Miller and H. K. Pklpps, federal prohi- t
bition officers, were placed on trial to- i
day in United States court tin charges
of Killing Hard Artkin* at Ranger. Lin
coln county. July 21. The case was
brought in Lincoln county courts but
was transferred to federal Jurisdiction
! on application of the defendants United
, States DistrDt A ttorney Lon II. Kelly'
and his assistant. Joseph Kenna. appear
for Miller and f'hipps, while the prose
euttcn is being conducted by Prosecut
ing Attorney Jaron D. Smith, of Lincoln
county.
Jlche?
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neuralgia,
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Contain no habit-forrring drug*
Have you tried Dr. Miles' Nervine?
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Christmas Goods
Such as
IVORY MANICURE SETS
LEATHER GOODS ALARM CLOCKS
STATIONERY RAZORS, ETC.
Until Further Notice
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I PROTEST :
OVER RIOI!
OP CAPITOL
Special lospatch t<> the lntelli^'cer
i 'Itari' stcti. W. Va I ????.* Ill Protest
ng aga.tist the plans for the removal
i.r :h<* stale capitol from the sit" of
the burned .structure vlthltl ti e city t I
i local ion on the other sale of the Ka-I
navvha rivet* miles from the itiiiro of
I'harleston anil Inaccessible and incon-'
vcnfent. hundreds of citizens gathered
l?i the Kanawha county court house
\nd heard ' arguments presented b\
former Attorney General William ?!
LAonley. former Auditor John S. I hirst
Attorney General England, t'onnniss.oii
?r of Agriculture Stewart and Superin
tendent of Free Schools Ford.
All of the speakers voiced their in
Jlgnatlori over tho pro[ Uganda being
circulated in favor of the South ItufT
tier site, and cited the sfronit senti-'
ment for the retention of tlo* old site,
which exists n.>t only here in Ghnrles
ton. but throughout the state as well.1
leneral f'onley attain refe-red to the
law of 1 s7T. which would prohibit at-|
?eptanee of the proposed sites outside
the city.
Tho mass meeting* called for the i
court house with the advertised pur-'
pose "to especially diss prove locating ,
the new cap toi across the Kanawha;
?Iver. outside the corporate limits" and
to "emphasize the aproval of locating
t In the business section of the citv
Attracted such large attendance that
the Intermediate court room would not
'.ccommodule all and on overf1*-s, meet
ng was held at the common ideas room,
which was comfortably tilled.
Resolutions were passed which ex
pressed "eniire enntldeneo in the intelll
renc<v and Integrity of the state capitol !
commission" and which cited the "vie- I
plorilble Conse<|lieaces" to "this end of;
the state'' tf the capitol should be lost ?
md which emphasize that It should be
located "on or near the old site." Tho j
resolutions comrnlttee consisted of Gen- ;
iral O. C. Watts. Captain John M. Col
lins and Peter Sllmnn.
Tho crowd gathered pronitly at 7:1>0|
and S. 15. Stephenson invited Former j
Senator A. J. lioran to the chair. For
mer State ,\udltor John Sherman [hirst,
who is a member of the hoard of con
trol. called the meeting to order and
nominated Senator Koran for chairman,
and moved that a program be adopted.
Both mations carried without dissent,
i\ Topping, fire marshal of West
Virginia, was named as secretary. At
torney General K. T. England moved
that nil resolutions be refcrrei to the
committee on resolutions, which car
ried.
[senator nora.fi c\|'una'i
not the purpose of the nta*s molting
to dictate to tti? oapitol commission and
sound d the keynote of the meeting hi
declaring In favor the chl site "ur somu
convenient place near" and d!?approv nl
of the suggested site across the Kana
wha river and outside the city of
Cthar'eston. The location of the new
capitol wap "not a mott?r for the archi
tect to decide." lie cmphas.zed.
Mr. Pnrst told of a recent dinner at
which Mayor Hall had entertained
guests with a view of determining the
oaiotol site. Mr. Darst argued that
Mayor Hall "had a right" to do this.
"I was not a guest and 1 am not sore."
he said. "We invite all the people to
our meeting."
Mr. Parst read telegrams from Sena
tor Shinn. Senator Hunter. Delegates
Hutchinson and Moore. Moundsviiel men
and Senator? Poling, favoring the old
site.
Gen. "Watts reported the resolutions.
"I believe that I have th? welfare of
Charleston at heart as mtuh as nny
either citizen." he emphasized.
Can. E. T. England discussed the
South Ruffner site and declared It "al
most unthinkable."
pr. T. C. Johnson. Captain George M.
Ford, state superintendent of schools,
and Horace L. Meldahi were speakers.
After this extended discussion at the
main meeting and the announcement
that the meeting in the common pleas
court room had adjourned after passing
the resolution, a vote was taken on the
resolutions and Chairman Hornn was
about to declare that they had passed
unanimously when Houston G. Voting,
secretary of state, called attention go
the fact that he and Mayor Grant P
Hall were voting against their passage
The chair changed the announce-rent
from "unanimous" to "carried." and
adjourned the meeting.
There were calls for Mayor Hal! and
he took the platform, hut there was
such an uproar that it was impnssib'e
for hint to talk for r period of perhaps
tan minutes. Gen a. a. l.i'.ly. John H.
Floyd and others called for silence. At
torney General England and others
"heckled" Mayor Hall throughout his
talk, but he kept his good humor and
maintained his advantage of the floor
PREMIER OF JAPAN
PRAISE^ HARDING
Toklo, Dec. 1J.?(By The Assoc.ated
Press)?Conclusion of the four-power
entente for preservation of pea e in the
lMcifl- brlng3 to an unusual completion
the alms of the conference on limitation
of arms Freinler Baron Takahaslil is
quoted as declaring.
"The American President, must be
congratulated on the grandest conttibu
tlon to the cause of peace ever recorded
T. history.*' he said. "The peoples of
the world are likewise to be congratu
lated upon the most significant assur
ance ever given for the promotion of
their welfare."
SAJTt B3VOWTXJ3 MAX I HAUL
Cleveland. Per. 13.?Pafe blowers
broke Into the offices of the Long
Dressed Beef company this morning and
made away with $2.80" in rash and
10.829 in promissory notes after wreck
ing the door of the safe with a high
explosive.
??wa
Lower Wages and the
Craze for Luxurious
Living Crime Causes
v. London, lie.- i :j -I.'.wcr wai-.es ami ' ?
rr.i/e for luxurious living' tl??* held ac
countable jiy Knglisb prison gov crron ??
fur tnntij i t' <ont iliv crimes. -n .? re- j
port mad- hy t'o-m to tin* homo ? ? ff:? ???
Mthoiigh . rim- has dwindled cops' !?
p--sbly iluvino the past year.1. I,
tiumh-r of ptisoner* f--r ti.o year 1 ?V? ? ? .
:: I uas 4!' 711'. or '? more titan in the
previous >ear Tlir report linv.i" '?!'
states tl at "so imtill en ?'ticre:;-:.- in a ,
\ i'.'i r tit w hi h Hot.- lias tip-n much tin
employ-no at iitnl iuilip :rial pure-d -
noteworth v ."
The governor of 1' ir! atn pr.s-p -ays'
"A new st.itnt* of offender Iris st rung
into ex'.simon. Men ;?;?<! women of re
sim etahie in'.opilonts ami pnrcntnr.e. in!
regular employment and in no r?? ports |
nsso.-t.it.'il with j(.,. criminal ??!:? ts, urn I
taking to serious crime with nst.>un'l- j
|ng facility."
Tim suggestion that .i spirt of law
less aciptirpil )?}? niftt while on military '
service is responsible for this is r.-ji"t
e'l t>y the governor oil the pr-iiiii.l t'oat
women in oriual proportion to tio-n are]
tlic offenders. Mis explniint'on is that |
high wages, once easily oar!i.-i| ami more I
easily spent, are now not ohtninnhlc. j
"Men and w omen, hoys am' girls," his I
report stales, "have all g..| ii?. d 'ldg'I
money, oat of all proportion !?< the '
slight effort nocerasry t,, ohtaiti it." J
nn.l lie i-ontiniies: "The e oro-mie re
adjustment of the pas: year has c: rated I
a nuailiT of discontented. re.-l-.le?s p .
pic. who do not realise that tln-v he \ - I
heen living in an artificial wage mar-|
ket. and unconscious].-.' resent the]
chanced conditions of supply end de.
niiitol. worlc and play. \lor..\ th.-y must I
li.-.vo to provide the luxui its a i.d amuse-i
meets to which they have gr.nvii a.- ns. j
tomed. iii the\ steal, pilfer and loaf."
The governor of Slirewnliurv prison
? -ails aietntioa to the prevalence of I
thefts on railways and clsewiore. often '
by men with excellent long service re.-?'
ords. a nd receiving high wages
A big increase in autonioldie th-ft> |
is :. ?*!?ti>? jI la tlii- v'? vi-i ti>-t uf Wands- |
worth I'ti-oii
I' |?r?? t ? >-? ? | shortly to ::.ri .-in I
:??? I eation . lass.-s ill in;.;.- i-orivi. t J-r:?
Otis .-lint make it in. tor ' -in v ?? t s '
to ? -1 Ml liy com. . lit:.lit l ?!ti'i .:.?!1.-11 y, j
tl.i- privii.-ttn o!' . I.iss.-s for re.ulttiv. r- i- '
t I'll: ? it 'tr.-- ; till tniiSt'
I
Must Chrose Between !
Lewis and Farrington1
Spt met i I.I II v,-. ! , |ty The '
\ vso.-:;i !< i| 1 Yess. t? Per??r.n iit i. s wore
::|.i."fn:o ? I,..re ton'.uht ttin- tiisrits
?tons t ie thirteen m . m: . \ e hoard
?Ml II: ti-o- ?; "r tl:c Illinois M'lie Workers.
s ?!..-<? tir? |i:ir? I !?? ?!? *? .'I.? tori; rr-.M
!>.'???. n tr" command of I? rnationa'
I*i-i-y-i?!?? r:t .t"hn I.. I.* w . tli.-it support
i-<- withdrawn from t ?? -tri'i. ? s or
Kansas. and the r.?r|uost of Stat- I'rrsi- j
den" Prank 1'nrritiKloti that iissuranee !
of that support l.e t .??aiTirni. il. Itotlt '
t.rw-is tirtil I-'arrinyton at.- SprinprVld j
men. I
\':tu: upon : rlir? i-tion of the tn. '
t i * .? I i \o. it ? i \ ? I.??;<* .1 President
l.-wl- t er.t'y wired state headu'iiirt- ,
i.rs. hill-, ilit-i-i'tinx that flnati.dal aid (
for Kansas miners 1 ??? disci.nt:nu. <1. The
Illinois .? \ei-iit! vo hoard will answer,
t'ltit lornnaitnl tomorrow.
Prei-id* lit l-'tank Inrrinjrton repented
lis lo'l.ef tonight tlr-.l titey will refuse
the dematitl. and Instria-t local ? ? IT!1?
to continue |||i|!i'i'!,'hm of (In Jl a month
lose im lit from each Illinois eoal
iniui r. of wi iir?i ttier?? are nhr.ut O't.Onn.
OUST SIR II DO Alt SPEYER.
I.in don. IV.-. 13--fP.v 'h.- Av^o-'iate.|
IT. vs I The Official 'Mi- to.lay rill...
?I ? I or ni;. t r -Ilo'i of tile n.it
jrnlizat'on of 551 r l-idir.-ir Spever. An
order removing liiru fr >iu the privy;
iotiti. il also is uar.ett'd
CUBA TO REQUEST
TROOP WITHDRAWAL
0:i>n. I IS.--W i: Inlrawal
uf A;ii<.-r!iVin trioj?v -la in
w.:i i,e rc-Tiios'.^.l lr. I'm- i?.>vornni>'rit un
der t join' i?-s:olut:? >:i In Imth
l|o',:i!|i< of ronpress. Th.f resolution
states tliat t wmiKI lie regarded ss a
f friendly act." if the American govern
1 merit acceded to the request.
The troops referred to are marines,,
< which were stationed at Camaguey In.
March. 1917, at the. request of President*
Men oca!.
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BIDS HAJtDINO r.lBEWKLL.
W'ashiiiRto. T>ec. I t.?Rene Vivtanl of
f tho French armament delegation callea
at tie White House today to say faro*
; v. el] to President Haradlng. He *111''
j sail for France tomorrow.
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Say It With Music This Year j
Lei ;iii Aulopiauo I?ri11Li* joy ;uid sunshine inio your home this I
( hristinas. Join the happy throng of Autopiano owners and |
know ilir real pleasure enjoyed by well over J. 9(H) satisfied and ?
plea>i'd owners. Lei "our experience be your safeguard" when J
you buy your piano. {
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flULBRANSON
PLAYER-PIANO
So simple .t iln'il ??*?ri pln\ t1 : yet so
accurate in :u ? rpro'luetinns t!t?*i oven
?he nies; entoy the music of tlio
Gull.'ran sen; Ileiu is n Ifglt nt 'tie
ptayer-piatio at a prion within the reach
of f vol v f;? hi:I> ?<>|i| on the ver>
easiest posts: h> terms. Only
$495
ATTEND OUR
Evening Recitals
and
Hear the Wonderful
MONO-PLAYER
The Reproducing Piano
Perform
Recitals Every Evening
I MONO -PLAYER
*** REPRODUCING PIANO
'Dm* new moderate-priced Reproducing
Piano which makes Its bow to the
Wheeling public via the C. A. House Co
This new reproducing piano suggests
to many just the ideal sort of a gift,
and you can see by its price that it
costs little more than Just an ordinary ?
player-piano All you have to do Is J
"Press the Mutton." and without guld- ?
ance or watching it faithfully repro- I
duces?exactly as It should be played.
Come In and hear It perform. Recitals r
Daily and Evenings. ?
$760 i
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Three Hundred Instruments On Our Floors j
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Aside lr?1111 ilie ;ihove instruments we have some three hundred of the following J
well-know n makes of uprights, grands and players on our floors ready for ;
t 'liristnias deliveries. ?
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CHICKERING A M PICO WKI;Tlv.M IGNON < IIICKERIXG GRANDS |
(iiicKKinxo uprights kmerson pianos and players j
KURTZM ANN GRANDS UPRIGHTS AND PLAYERS j
DRAM BACH GRANDS KOHLKR & CAMPBELL j
AND I VERS & POND j
"Our Experience Your Safeguard'< ]
C. A. HOUSE CO. I
Open 1141 Market St? Open j
Evenings Evenings j

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