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The Wheeling intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1903-1961, November 18, 1922, Image 16

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Ill ? JMK ? ?~?.?m?:? ~?: ? . ? ?? : ??- ? ?? ? *
$Um & ?tomas
/ ? ??
600 Pairs of Women's Gloves
In a Sale at $1.75
The Usual $2.50 and $3.00 Grades
These ploves '-emprise a special purchase, made up of a manufactur
er's odd bus. which lie was willing to sacrifice t?? such an extent that we
are able to sell them at $1.75 a pair.
Strap JVrist Gauntlets
One Clasp Wrist Lengths
?of soft and pliable cape skins and real limehas. with plain and em
broidered backs.
The colors include brown, tan. jrrey. and champagne.
Actual $2.50 and $2.00 g! ves, because of this special purchase, at
, Olllv $1. lO a pail. ?stone & Tliomat?Main Floor
Just About Everything j
for the Junior Miss
B In Her Onti Section
At no other period in her life, perhaps, is a trirl so eiothes-eonseinus as at inch
school age. And why not? Mother heretofore has planned her clothes. Now tin- .(miior
Miss wants to make iter own selections. Mother will interpret this mood and wisely direct
daughter's choice, giving her as much latitude as possible. And if Miss Sixteen decided to
do her own shopping, mother may rest assured that in this new sccMou the stylos are no
red and the prices modest.
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i
A |
Street
Frock I
-
In *
A street frock, worn as
well in the ciars room, should
he in navy, brown, or beige,
braid-trimmed perhaps in
self or contrasting mlurs.
Straigbtline and bloused de
signs are correct. Manv at
125.00.
The Coat's
The Thing
For formal wear as well as
informal wear, a coat must
have distinctive merits. The
new coats come blonseti over
the L.p, st.raight.line, bos or
plain, and some are fur-trim
med, ot hers embroil.1-re I
generously; still others plain
tailored. At $35.00 to $59.50.
I Christmas
Cards
Hever messages, full of
originality, are here now.
Come in while the choosing
is best, so you may be sure to
get exactly the kind of cards
you wish.
?Stcr* ft ThonjA*?Main Floor
t Par-Po Laundry
Cases
for ?\iailing
Another shipment is just
h^re They sell so quickly
\\ p haw a hard lino- lce?-ping
a good supply of thr-m on
hand. ' ornpietr. >'J "J ?.
? Ston* A Thomas?rioor
A Wooly Scarf
Snugly wrapped in a wr?o|y
6?a;'f .-.hp laughs at the blus
tering wind! < >n warmer
days she wears it open with
a> jaunty . to
Slynx Lamb
Jacquettes
CI a ssy! T h a t's 'he on! y
word to describe these very
smart jacquottes of Slynx
larnh. The first cost is the
last cost. Cut generously in
the latest mode, developed in
tirst class peltry, and lined
throughout with quality silk.
Skirts
XV o rn Das h i ngly!
Skirts sro wore t.lian h;i11
n-ax to rno-t the noxv blouses
ar><i sweaters! It's not oni>'
the fabrics iii.e?l arc so in
tritrni-.tr; ti;o saucy pleats
and bolts arc irresistible, too
- and. ;im \ li'?\\. who wants t?>
is -i>t 111? in ! >!,''s to ??') fK.
A <
i
Frock ,
for \
Dancing
Tripi?'mjr foot, winsnnvi
^'iauoos. a uarlinu frock ?
won Mm i tbat spoil a glnri
oils tinm? Vmi furnish the
tripping fool ami tin win
some srianees? and we'll fur
nish the fluffy frock of tnf
fota at only
?Stone .% Thomas?Third Tloo*
Mother will bring you to Toyland, I know.
If to sehool and to 1 right on time you will go;
And when you're asleep and sail out on a dream
You'll think of the toys that are here to be seen.
Oh. Toyland, my dears, is a wonderful plme
Lighted up all .around with old Santa's dear fa or-!
Toyland Opens Today
Fourth Floor
s ? ? ? '
HIKE SITU ILL jr
BE TRIED TUT I
ON TWO CHARGES i
Two Charges Placed Against Colored
Man?Pound Living "With White
Woman.
Vfter guarding his homo In A Pry In
for two days. police yesterday morning
i arrested Ik" Smith, color"'). on two war
rants. one charging him with loitering
.'for the purj'": e of pr"st itnticn and the
I other for assault. lie will be arralgnel
' In police court, this morning before
J .fudge John 5> Ritr
! Smith has i a'r'ol tbc authorities ren
:>>clt rah.'e trouiue du-"ing tin- past ?
era! months a:ol lias caused 111? ? Kl\lti\
Klan to become active. ll< was arrested
son " time au't oil .1 charge of living
will: Mary llvan-. a ??ih't. wntr.au and
. mother i'*" two . ti: Mn-n Hot' w t-r.. son'
to Jail and fined A:t?r str-.tig tV
'gicateet parr of hi- _ia 1 Smitb
w.ts par oit .| u ;rb ?!... 111;t!crsi; ? ditig tlrv
' be^ w -uld noi ^ harlso" lIn- llvam ? woman
I1 Sll'l t Ii'rs** It.* i-i nl r ^
Investigate 1 ? i r!i.. nu-an * ?!? i?
K. K. f'e.iri] ,-.f ;;..?!!.. watering e ,.
Iniii.se ami a .vtmmittce trim .
tin - iir.. . went i.. 11. e Stnrtli ir>- e
Sin:: n rvta.M d to open ih- d-. .r A g : ?;-i
was Kept at tin- Smi'li !...n ? 'in' . ? .
'?Ida when In. cam?- ,???.? a w;,.. ;i...
res;, ,].
Assaulted Another
1" ? now dfteliperl tii.-.j one
tare : . w..f Mary 1 van ?. .,nd '?< ?
J sister, l.ut'iile I Ivans. w nt 'o fyn.t' =
home A tight fo:;o,ve.| iw !i -h Smith
'is alleged to'lave s'rmh In;.,:, ih.ats
| with a ,? iff-, po; an.i severely bat low.
Polite slated la s? : rgiii that the"
have been making every possible effort
I" PUf a s-r in in Sin.;"', a ;r.e;a bit
tit.. ? they are una Me to g.a neighbor.
te?t fy against S'l.r although t
pl.tini of the i .'ml t m-v ;ho'e
jiRDER COUNTS.
AGIST MINERS,,
MAT BE DROPPED;
i
Seventy-flv* "Dalpn/1 ante In CUltonvtUe
Riot May be Trtwl lor Coas-plrcy,
Report. ^
Th? a e?j u 11 ;>t I of John Kainlnski, |
' Avcllf. Px , minor, of "??imjillcity in the'
jouylns of Sheriff II. 11. I>itval who. L
jiutn si* nuii'TS, was killed during the |
i raid en n . nal upplo in i'liftom il!e on I
J 1 may V.il t.> the quashing of)
1 the homicide counts against invent}-j
five miner do? i.? l.tnsuro'Aiiu nut
J )ihe disorder.
I This was ff-en 'odnv* In the stateine? f )
by tio- prose.'ijt ion lii.H Sti VO Jhtdnko- '
1 V1 eh. Indicted o:\ ehargep Of homicide :
4ii! ' ? en.-.| '.racy tointly with K.tinint-kl. 1
.will i tr:( t] on the conspiracy count J
While |Ms:r;-t Attorney Wilkin of,
Kr-'oko e?i;niy nenles thai 't Is ilia In- j
'enn. n of the we t ? <1:. nils: the mur. .
<!?-r ? irp< ? a <a nst the ??:?? crs, i ?uttf?i I
for the rli fondants point to the sudden ;
change of tactics as Itidi'.iti?. e of th? :
f< W |"*t\.> -'.O pr< ? ' lit Hi'.
I Inasmuch as Im e-.. w it ticss. ?? hnvn ]
I been i;ne.->. < re J of t! ?? s'a" g ef t fio
(ih-r-ff :? .. kc.orally behrv. il t.v wells !
burg a! to',., is a : ! m< " closely n
?TU'h W.'tp the prose-'il'or.n' o , e tha',
I the m:r.ers ? ?" not be arraigned ??) ,
1 ' oe Ji .*"<!?' r li'l ctnifptv
1 However. t :? point ?' '1 oil * that. 1". I
j the . ,.;it tha' t e i!efcr?Jants are con i
I victf'l of c?4ii.-|'ira ?> li'V tnay lat-rj
)'.? ii.iil'il iiiio . 'irt oil the major j
1 eoiutts riaflo'KoyJeJi's tri'll will start i
| Monday m-I i- I- hot's*. ? d by .rion.. vi
for le- defc.ie that little difficulty will j
| bo experienced (n oh'aininz n Jlll'j.
IZANEILI ARTIST OF |
| ENVIABLE POWER
j R'ni'e iVinollt. Mho w.U he h'a'd atj
j the Mirekt auditorium t. s ?
! not ?!mp v n great baritone of me fu-1
j turo, bo Is an art!?' of the present. and
an .*? r11m ef enviable powers
II1 i p'rso.iai history :s nte est rcj
from the far; that. li't? many men who
como to grevnrxs in the world of music.!
h" studii'd against 'he de*h? of his'
faintly, in order to become a mus.elnn. |
Ilis fa'her was a wealthy nitrate |
owner .f Italian blood, and h's mother,
was '""hlleati. It was the wlrh of his I
family that 1:" con:lime his fathers in*!
forests, h'lt his wish wa?? t ? stud; music. ?
lie t in.' in sanitago and Valparaiso,
as a guest urlii.t with viiting eompanie <, |
ami later in Itijcrcs Aires and Monti;-j
X Ifl'-O. lie 'then came TO the lllitedl
States. ?jien ' is st,?ii'*g i?. ? v.'s
heard was engage i by the M-'.ropoll- '
tan <"?: ?r;< ronij?any. !
It! tbe whole history of n.ilSie 'iterej ?
ha- been no more v in it k.i hie iiistar.es.
of i sr. 1ft h-ap to fame
I S.a's at <" A fUoise company
j |
TV.rtv thousand dollars v a : h? p-|c.-?
? paid f"r six live silver fox sold to .lap-i
j ancse for brccdh g purposes.
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luESIS
maiiQ i
(eo ft jfflorfe I
Alum Street Mil'finery Specials |
Knin.i 11vw typos espeeially designed for Into Winter with many of t'ue small models
similar ??? * ii">i- illustrated al?o\e and many others in medium and larger shapes.
IN SATIN. METALLIC CLOTHS AND FTNE VELVETS
l\ I'.KAl'TII-TL SHADED FEATHEKS, COQUE TRIMMED
(>K SET WITH OKNAMENTATION OF THE VOGUE
Specialty Bought bar Under- (b/J QO
price ? Infinite Variety
? i
A Cj koitp of Vctour Hats
Smart and sturdy in r<?\i?rh wfather and
f'MiiNiiint tisacrc. o /jo
TAN. 1IKNNA and GKKY? y)^. Vo
Hats of Brush Jvoof
Also in smooth Felts and Scratch Felts?
attractive in color. Youthfully, ^
womanish, sports? v)x?/o
Buy No:& for Christmas
\ CHILDREN'S
hi at and Scarf
Sets
OF P. RES If WOOL
BLUE. TAX AND RED
:!..*>( i for Smaller Si/.os
1 .*>0 for Harper Girls
1 LITTLE GIRLS
? Sport and Sailor
\\ Hats
^ J OF FELT and VELVET
'V,Blaeb, Navy, Brown, Rod,
Tan and Copen
values 3.30
Special $1.98
KTPPTES' CLEVER
COA TS
nf Broadcloth, Yelonr,
Chinchilla, Velvet and ,i
Camel's Hair?all colors. |
1 YEAK TO SIX !J
$6.50 to $24.00
A distinctive styling that. !?
should be considered as E
necessary in Children's '
wen r.
KR RK?rictuke STORY book?pi?ee
77/e Slip-on Glove
A mousqnetaire of Fine French Kid
J'J and lti Button Lengths
WF1ITF BROWN GREY BLACK
54.95 and S6.95
suede gauntlets wtth strap
Tn Grey, Mode. Reaver and Broun?in one
color on two tone-exceedingly .smart ?
$5.25 to 55.98
COA TS, $24.95 II
MAIN ST. STORE |
OF EXTRA FINE BOLIVIA, VELOUB
AND SUEDINE
WITH FUR COLLARS OR SELF SCARF :
Many variations of the straight line as
shown above?others in the wrappy styles
with the raglan sleeves. Browns and Navy.
ALSO
Sports < Coats
TN TWEEDS, HERRINGBONE
AND NOVELTY
Some with Fitch Collars?Others Self
Splendidly made-?double siitehing?easily
worth 3r?.00 to 3^.00
,$24.95
MAIN ST. STOLE
Taylor's Excellent Hose for Children
CHILDREN'S 'FIBRE SILKS
A very line quality?in Blaek (J* "I AA
only?6'-? to 0'-, sizes!
CHILDREN'S WHITE SILK HOSE
1 *ure thread Silk or Silk and ^7P\
Fibre blend; line for dancing.. tJ/lMt)
CHILDREN'S
MERCERIZED LISLE
Spurt Rib?Klaek, CQ/?
ftrnwn ami White.. t/t/V/
CHILDREN'S
FINE BIBBED LISLE
In Black. Brown
aii*l Whit.r
CHILDREN'S
STURDY SCHOOL HOSE
In Black only. Sues OP ?
fiio to 10 .. 6DL
Neat Hosiery is Such a Factor in Youths' Appearance
A Remarkable
OF
Mid-/Vinter Dresses
IX KVKRY 1'ASIIION
FAVORK1) SIMlOlTKTTE Ch 1 f\ f \
$19. 9d
STY Mi HKCOMINO TO '
FAROK WOMKN
Pine Cloths, Pine Crepes and Taffetas
SIZES
lh T<~> 4 J
44 TO 4
?JO To :40
Tti tlio Cloths
This group will meet with your every ideal?
in color. line. fabric and detail?and it will
dress you with distinction,
MAIN STREET STORE
Sale of All Jf INTER HA IS?$6.85 up

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