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:Nee!y's Taxation Program Will Be Opposed By Paid Lobbyists Leadership of Democratic Senator Will Be Severely Test ed?Same Old Gang Representing Special Interest Will Fight iDepletion Tax and Repeal of Gross Sale Tax?Are Predatory in Politics and Work for Selfisl Interests?Neely Is Fighter and Will Carry Struggl Into Enemy's Camp. CBT DWIOHT *. T*T**) The pc-gram of legislation outline"! T?y Unite,l Slate Senator-elect Mantsrteld ,.j|l.* Neeiy. at the Charleston gathering r?t' Democratic legislators last wo>!\. Seemingly foun?l a \ ery ready welcome ..ftver the entire ?tale. ? Senator Neely's program may be brought to a successful completion, hi* It will h*i\ e a rooky road to travel. A', depletion tax and the repeal of the : gross sales tax will never get by the; -.Legislature without a fierce and des-i pcrate struggle. I-.. Senator Nr?'y has assumed leadership > of the Democratic party by virtue <>f| the hlgii iitilcc to which he was elected.; *bv virtue of his championship of the people's cause, but principally by *:r-j tuc of his ability ar.d his fearlessness. This was clearly shown at the Charles- j t<m meeting, when h* voiced the legi.--' lative program he advocated, and lifted the keynote honors from State Demo cratic '"hairman Duolap. whose speech preceded his and which wa>> t?? givc( the liemoerats ars indication -a hat * ? party expected of thorn. Tongh Sledding Seen. T.irro 'ai(.< plenty of e'id?n.e a Tt-.ii at i!?? meeting that fonat-r Xee.\' pri-cran. is ; i for tough s'c Mine when Chairman Imniap a' r!?-eij i'iiarlcston from hts h no.1 ! Huit-a a* was fully c?>ri* !???? i| that 1: * lO'ii.j incorporate in hi.-, .oldress t.i very tilings tha' Scnu'or Ne? ly s::e^?"? |tnt \|r tmr'.ap was prevented fro taki'ig i d'fin-tc .inij o;?en siatd on ih depletion tax anil on the cross salt tax. 1|,. was prevented hv the -.o-chIIo "leaders of the party," who argued wit ilia: that it would he unwis* to advoe.it a de.de",lax until li.e Leg ts!,\ I ur oitivctied hei-aii* the l>tg iuierrst would immeiliateiy lie on their guar a.id vtart the fight against such a Ihv Another reason advanced against sue a dednite stand was that it would "n to disrupt the harmony of the part? uh'rh was apparent at the nieetiu; A: tirst 'f was hinted that t'halrma l'uia'ap t-ned down his address at tli si?ifcr>*ion ?liat he would |? the logics IX ni>?.?rati.-, nominee tor governor i ? ru JCJ Li l i\u i ;M i rj it u t v 11924. This, however, scents to have tiMB only local rumor and without foun dation. as Mr. l>unlap flatly denied thut he had nny such aspirations. In any event. that Mr. Pttnlap'u speeoii was deleted and modified to ap . ' |w<o the interests?the arguments J ^ ' nsod ipa'iors not?was ntftlcicjit c\i-i J dctu-c that the tight was already op. ! The Interests that Senator Nerly will! ?have to fight : :i carrying out his pro-I ! grain for equitable and Just taxation * [-tare of the same old gang that has <>l?- 1 jitruetcil progress lv ? taxation measure-*" ? 3 tn West \:rg:tnu tor many years. Their: 5- names, their methods and their argu- ; no tits ..re well kti'Wti. 1 i They are un.-erupuioti-. Iar-sl?li(cd , _'and resouteeftil. They are highly paid' ? , Irs-lsiat ;\?* agents, and they tituot he' 1 tiircwd. elcve-r and without cunpuao ' t'on. A nil they arc all of this. The.v ..ire plentifully supplied with money and) rt ? have fre years been \cry sueccii ful. looking 'em Over. ? I: v. a j m i r..o:u til the Kanawha; '?'??'el. ji? Charleston. In Milch congrc-! l"ig ?t'd Charley Ose'Coti. !'x\-t?ovcritor w. ^ A M- Corklf, lieibe-t I'itzpatriek. and ' '' others, that the address ;T Chalrtuan . Punla;. was deleted and 'toned down. 1 These men and their associate.-. sotne-| ^ t.inr members of tin- I?i nioeratie party, ' wi re t.ti re to protect the lug interests. I ? and nrv well Known lobyifts of long: " standing. I It i? interesting ?" know that I hit ?J room <??-'tip:, d by these gentlemen was ? locatedAd:tectly opposite that occupied j ?' by Senator NTely. The door was kept j ft open practtcaliy during tin enilto time j 0 that Senator X*o!y rent.titled in hlsj ro'.iti. and there was always s?'tii?on?t | *' I'lt the lookout to sec whom Air. Nccl.v's j '? cailcr- were. The big interests are i taking no chances of overlooking any | " I'Ctj. and arc keeping "tah" anyone '? who may be lined against litem on tax I " measure.-. i An imposing Array. Tin's, ate the tic: 'e t*ett'tior Needy t l' will have to fight, and tiny are tint all. 11; When it is all summed up. there will; ? be cult" .xn array ct V.bvtsts attempt- ( [ 1"S to lii.Tk his '.very more. 1 here will J r-j It the \\'nl?<>ii "croud." of Fairmont, ? J. some t.f -hi j,ijs of K-f'ovvrnor Corn ?! ei:. the great v<?>ith> rn West Virginia | ji ? >..<I operators. ilu- Standard oil. and so; |i ?'!i: tliry v i:; l-< r. presented l>v s<uoli 1 ji men <?.s Tusiia .Morris and Lldw'in Rob- i I ins.'ii. <?!' Fairmont. the trie already; j. named. orrnt'Mi. M'.-Oorklc. Fitzpatrlck. i i! and many others- of lesser calibre. They | u 111 be the onrss to Mock the progres- I , fixe and needed leCislntb ti advanced by' J senator Ncrly, if within their power, j Tt tle-nhl he said in passing that. ? thee same oT.tlniti'ii the majority of ! whom arc propsacdly loading I>t-mo j erats today, arc in reality members of ' no party. They submerge their party ! Principles in their zo.ii for the concerns j by which they are employed. They nave played dominant parts in (lie function* ! tag of the legislature;- of the last ?wen ! ty yearr, and l-axe- s. rved tluir clients II well. j) The political a*pect of the leglsla-i .1 'ore makes but little difference to them. j| They work the same way with Insiduou.s i: propaganda, deci'.t and down-tight cor j| ruplinn. They are neither P< na -erat ! nv republican: they are predatory in j! politics, and operate solely for the sel :l flsh Interests of themselves and the I, interest < that hire thorn. Will Test leadership j' i When measures have come up in former legislatures Increasing the tax j on the coal, oil and gas Interests, these I rr.eitt haxc been instrumental In d.-feat j! irig then; through their operations as ;| lobylsts. and it was no more the fault ?i of the Republican party than it will be li that of the Peine, rati.: party if tliey j. j.ti,-. ced again In 'he coming sess'uii of ji tbo legislature. ii Senate" No-tv has advocated a teal |! constructive and progressive taxation a, program It is one that i.s truly of the ?i people and for the people, but before he ' jjl can carry it through, his leadership will; l| be severely tested and he will,have had to fight every inch and step of the way. ?j But if he lives up to the leadership arm' ij| Pghting qualities he so i-larlv exhibited II at the Charleston meeting, he will be; " in a fair way to succeed and the big in* !' tercsts and highly paid and trained, j' lohyists in West Virginia w ill for enco j j! play a lest; Important role. Take Beer Samples !? ? _ - a | Ji i Federal dry agents visited the Cry- j jll'tal Ro,-k Pit fr.biitintr company plant i h.-a'rd in the .hi Svhmillhaeli bniidintj |i } a-. Thirty-third and MiCollo.-h - treet.s j ij yesterday, and took samples of the beer || [ fount! in the building, jji The samples will be :-ent today tc 2^1 the government chemist at i '-.-luinbus ! . | n, for analysis. x J MVER TBtJlOBAJIS. Pittsburgh: l'.M feet, rising; clear. ( j ; Oil City: 1 foot. inches, falling; ? I clear. Morgan low u: I".'! lo t, t itdn-ntiry! j i <-b ar. VV.irren- Hight-tenths foot; cloudy, i I'arkev-biirg: 14 feet, r..-ing: clear. BEWARE THE | ! COUCH OR COLD i I MINES ON ! Chronic coughs and persistant colds lead to serious lung trouble. You can stop them now with Creomulslon. art emulsified creosote that la pleasant to take. Creomulslon Is a new medical discovery with twofold action: It soothes and heals the Inflamed mem branes and kills the germ. Of all known drugs. creosote Is recog nised by the medical fraternity as the greatest healing agency for the treat ment of chronic coughs and colds and other forms of throat and lung troubles. Oreomulalon contains. In addition to creosote, other healing elements which soothe and heal the Inflamed membranes and stop the Irritation while the creo eote goes on to the stomach, Is ab sorbed into the blood, attacks the seat of the trouble and destroya the germs that lead to consumption. Creomulslon Is guaranteed satisfac tory In the treatment of chronic cougha and cold*, bronchial asthma, catarrhal bronchitis and other forms of throat and lung diseases, and Is excellent for building up the system after colds or the flu. Money refunded If say cough , or cold, no matter of how long standing, is not relieved after taking according to directions. Ask your druggist. Creo* ?ulsio* C*, Atlanta. Oa.?<Adv.) ) + ^ i.' V U -A- V ^ T BELLAIRE STREETCAR ! HITS TRUCK; DRIVER HURT Edward Tattle of Wliecllnff Painfully -? ? T.? cv* f.w injured ru ?-<? Blinded Htm. 11.4 ward Tattle of Ronth \\ .ir' i.n? w.i seriousiv injur* 1 hist evening :?l?r?w? t"> :.'!0 rt'l'i.ii'l; v. !;( II :i '.rtl' k owned '?\ I i* |.'lT'iJ"Uii ?>l| com p:i "v. w 1:! ? *" i h* wa> driving. i-i'll'il -'I iiii a Iwilaire rtreet oar of tii* Wheeling Traction *.-*??!?piin*? at Seventeenth streot, Bellali*. Mr. Tut tie was thrown (root tin" trm ? till! was remove.I to the Jt.'hiire City hospital. At his request In w?< re move.) t.. his honie in \\ heeling. Physi cians stated !ils condition was serious lh* truck was almost completely <>? m dished ami tiie street car badly dam aged and had to be removed to the Island barn for repairs. Although the street car was crowded with pns.?clivers, noiio were Injured. Retail Stoics Open Evenings. Th* various ni*rchantllc est ?? till- h - tiuiits of the citv will remain open even ings until Christmas. An agreement between the Ftet. il v'lerks' union and the merchants provide for th* stores 'Keep ing open one vvr?k prior to Christmas. Local merchants i-iitielpale a larg* liu?l tmss tiil-s week, t'le iast before ChrN' mas. Last Saturday was one of the busiest days rxw rvm *<1 by merchants of tno city in risnv years. renkhauger Rites. The funeral of the late Mrs. I;iv.< Kankliauser took place from the First M !v church yesterday afternoon at JKtu o'clock, with Rev J. II. Palmer, of that church, officiating at th* service-. Iti ternuMii was at Itos* llill cemetery, fho husband. Charles Fanlchnuser. and one son. Curl, arc tefi to mourn low loss. School Bosrd to Meot. A regular meeting of the city board of education will be held :n the offm* of Rupt. V. Nelson this evening. Tii* matter of considering a site for the erection of the propo-cd new li'gh school w'M be the principal topic for discus sion. Choir Rohe.arsal The clso'.r of the First Reformed church will have an important re- , hear Mil on Thursday evening. A special' program of Christmas niu?ie will be! tendered on Christmas evening at th church. i?n Thursday afternoon the j children of the Sunday school will r* -' hearse their Christmas program which; will be given at the church Christmas night. i K. of C. Meet The local council of th* Knights of OMumbns met last evening In their club moms in the Commercial building Important business matters were taken up and plans completed for the euchre which will be given in the club rooms Tuesday evening. Medical Society to Meat. Tito Pe'tnont County Medical society will bold their annual meeting in the Chamber of Commerce rooms in this city. Wednesday afternoon. A business me-tllig will l?e held and Inter a pro gram will be carried out. The election of officers will nl^o take place. l>r. K. S. Wright, of this city, js president of ? the society. Americas Club to Meet At a meeting of the Amerlcua club to he held hi their quarters in the NJcitol son tunning. puins win i?: v-iiiocmi for providing f"r the worthy poor and needy of the city by that organization. The club will also consider further plans for their annual anniversary and minstrel show I Boy Continue* to Improve John. 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs*. James Cureo of Indian linn, continues to Improve at his home following an accident that canto near costing him his limb, when run over by a coal car com-! ing from the Carne.gie mill coal mine up Indian Run The attending physh cl.m states that the boy will not lose the member if unforeseen complications do not set in. ITaw Clnb Tormed Several young men of tho city, some of wlio?i a 1*1- former member* of the re cently handed Young Men's club, met yesterday and formed a new club to be Known as the Ohio club. Application has been made for a charter and ap proximately sixty persons are now members. Gene Snyder and Louis Ihiita have been nominated for president of the club. The club will give their nrst dance on New Year's afternoon. Make of Track ITot Decided Upon. No definite decision has been made- by the board of control as to the make of pumper to l>e bought to furnish fire pro tection to the residents of Gravel Hill. Tito officials want to have plenty of time to investigate ihe merits of all makes of equipment before buying. The Sea graves pumper that was brought to the city for a demonstration last week has been returned to that city. Invita tions have been received by city officials from Pittsburgh and Cincinnati to coin to those cities and inspect apparatus made there. Committee Meets. A meeting of the executive committee of the Salvation Army wis held at Raldi's restaurant at noon yesterday. T.hc r.:ial report of funds received in the drive of ?he past week was submitted and plans made for ihe work to be aecotupilslied during tho coming year. An effort was made to get $t> MO for a hudgct for that organization for the coining year, and It is unofficially stated that the amount was subscribed. Bell aire Briefs. Miss Ile'ena t'ronin. teacher in the second grade at the I'uloii ?tre? t school, is HI at her home. \\\ T. Reckett of Jaeobsburg was a business- visitor in Ftellairo Saturday. Attorney P. E>. PnRois. of Gravel HIM. has returned from a business trip lo Co lumbus. Frederick Wassmnn. a student at the Vniverslty of Mlchi an at Ann Arbor, is spending the Christmas vacation with his parents in this city. J. Frank Francis, veteran newspaper' titan, is quite ill at his home on Thirty- j rtfth street. Paul Cook, of Belmont street, has ac- ; copied a position as mannirer t"r the A. & P. ton store at Yorkvllie and left this morning to assume his now duties. The- Ladies' Masonic club meets in the i Masonic templo oil Belmont street Wed- j tivsday afternoon. .Mr. ami Mrs. W. W. Thomas have re- | ttirnod t" 'r home at Stcuhcnvlllc fol lowing a v ,.t with friends in tliis city. J Mr. and Mrs. <**. W. Wise, of Rock Hill, are the guests of friends and relnthcs at Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Mock of Steuben v'lU are the guests of relative* and tr.ends In Redlnlre. Joseph Ma<-k of Coshocton has return ed home after spending the week-end tith Beilalre friends. Miss I>g*y MeOhee is 111 at the home of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. H. McOhee on No'oie st-eet. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Punfse of Jarobnhurg have rerun.'d home after a visit with friends in llellalrc. J. W, Schron of Thtyton spent the lav in Bellnlrn cn buslnest. Mrs, Tom King who has been 111 for several day* at her hoino on Nolde 'rest ]a Improving nicely, Mr. nnd Mrs. C, W. Wise cf Rock 1111 nro spending u few days ut Col mbua. Mrs. Albert Feller of Spruce ?irunt who has been 111 at her home, Is im proving. Miss Laura L'anford, local school teacher, la III at her homo on Noblo I ;r . i Frank Chervank of j Lansing, Ohio, Dies l'i;n k I li'Tvank, t7 years old. well l.jiov n resident nf l.nntdng. <">?. died ??! ,-m line at 9:3'? o'r.loek. t hlshoim !???;?r St"|? Bridgeport I'lko. follow in: an lllnes.-; uf uiie month. I'd'h l'i j .1: t'-ll-fr >1 1.1 .otriilicaii'-nn. 1 \tr. ?'In-; \afik was Ivorn and roared l: -hi tnla. emigrated to tills rutin* ?f fi'tir years ago ami settled at Lain ? ? ? 1 -t 11f was formerly employed by \\h?o|intj t'ri'k t'ual 1*0 in pa ny and v e a iiifniln r ?'t the two Bohemian ??11 pea in Bridgeport. ?> dangnirrr and one son survive lii" 1 are: Mi*?es Mary and Agnes . : o Jainf.*. at home. Also, two broth i ad s x i;r.MidithiI?lreit in Bohemia Inii-I-.U s-rviies will probably be l i d Thursday from his Into resident"; i! tiinrgf \V. Byrnes of the .Lansing M 1.1. i h.iron, will officiate. Burial wtii fi-lb.w iii Llhwu-'d conici cry ai j ATTACKS LEAGUE PACT (Continued from Page One.) :t? t >r ?"'o regulation of the Turkish 1 . ?t.1 jt.< was given out In summarized form, tonight. c'hapler one provides for conflrma 11-mi of Turkey's sovereignty over the : trait.-, the latter being defined an iti cludlng the Straits of Dardanelles, Sea of Marmora, the Dosphorue and the Aegean Island?. ? 'hapter two specifics the regulations applicable in time of peace to merchant ships and commercial airplanes, which would have full liberty of passage ."md warships and military forces. I; de clares that, by virtue of a principle "a long time establifhed." the straits would ho recognized as closed to the warships. Including submarines, of all navies ?. xoepting Turkey's, and the ll'ght of all military airplanes, except 'Turkish machines, would be prohibited. However. In absolutely Isolated and exceptional cases, and for definite pur poses. Turkey, by special decree.", duly published, could authorize the passage of light warships, submarines excluded. The tonnage limit of these warships would be six thousand and the gun cal ibre limit lo cent I meters. During war-time. In case Turkey were neutral, all merchantmen could pass freely with the understanding that Tur key reserved the right to adopt proper steps to safeguard her neutrality. STATE ROADS I (Continued from Page One) will be expended In our n<xt allotment nf contracts. WlilIc tlie road engineers were In con fercniv. Die Kiwanis .state good roads commission were In a sltpslar session, making arrangements to further their work of co-operating and assisting the toad commission 'n their program for hotter highways for the Mountaineer state. Alhrrt Snedeker of Wheeling Is chair man of the Kiwanis state good roads rotnmittee. and addressing the opening session stated that It was their purpose to assist the road commission In what ever undertaking they planned to help t-xpend the allotment of money for good reads and highways to the best advan tage and the utmost benefit for all. He reiterated the position taken by the Kiwanis about a year ago. when the road commission wag organized, that t they were not soliciting any pecuniary , benefits for their organization or per sonal benefits as individuals, hut main ly and primarily to see. that West Vir ginia received the moot for the money in good roads. The morning session was taken tip with the general get-together of the commission, which consists of a repre sentative from each of the twenty clubs In the state. C. A. Robinson's Proposal. One of the most important resolutions ! passed was that of appointing a com mittee to investigate automobile in surance rates in the states. The motion Introduced by C. A. Kobinson president of the Automobile Club of Wheeling, recommended that a committee be ap pointed to Investigate reports that dis crimination is being shown against West Virginia on automobile insurances rates. The committee appointed consisted of V. r. Lough of Fairmont, J. J. Crews of Clarksburg and Hall Hurt of Man t'lngton. It wa< stated at the introduc tion of the motion that in some states the rate for automobile insurance was Just half of what it was in West Vir ginia, and that some action should bo taken to discourage tik)s. The motion tee-.'with the hearty Approval of the entire committee. Major I'ortney. with his two assist ants ami engineers, appeared before tho Kiwanis gi'o.i roads committee at the afternoon session, at the invitation of Chairman Snedel er of tho committee. Work Accomplished. Major b'ortney outlined In detail tho work accomplished by the road commis sion since lis organization, under chap ter ilk' of tlie good roads law of IPi'l. Major Fort nay said: "Wo have under font:act at tli^ present time TSS mllea of good roads, w.hlgn ?e believe will be. whan completed. of the finest grade In ? he country. Wg tre extremely proud of these roads. believe that the citi zens of this st?v?, after they have had I an opportunity to personally Inspect our ? various highways, viil appreciate our I efforts and Intention* of giving them ! the best possible for the money. "Seven hundred miles of roads have been completed or taken over for main tenance," continued Major Forney. ."A r.ew contract for ninety miles of addi tional new reads will be let some time Tuesday morning. I would appreciate It If the members of the Kluanls state good roads committee attend our ses sion Tuesday morning to se? just how we conduct our affairs.'' Major Fortney thanked the Kiwanls rlubs for their Interest In belter roads for West Virginia, and stated that the road commission was ready at any time to go Into detail In explaining their working plans to any member of the Klwauis clubs. The election of officers of the Kiwanls will take place tomorrow morning at the concluding session of the Kiwanls state good roads committee. llfroWf * i COURT THEATRE ' "Little Orphan Annie" that James Whitcomb Riley wrnte about would have bad a good time with the Court ney Sisters who will come with the "Troubles of 1922," to the Court Thea tre, on Friday and Saturday, Decem ber 22-22. tor orphans are their hobby. "We don't adopt any. legally," ex plained one of these stars of Shubert Vaudeville, "because we don't stay in one place long enough to glvr* them proper care, but we Had other ways (o help. They call us Fairy God < mothers ahd the 1'lcture Fost Card Indies and Aunt Goody, and all kinds , of prettv names." Who the "Troubles of 1922" com pany is well 6ett'ed In a city, the Courtney sisters fe?in to look around and get acquainted. One of thn first places they inquire about is the loca orphanage. If there Isn't any. the> do not hesitate to urge the mayor or other chief men of the place to found one. "Too bad. Miss Courtney," said one of these leading citizens, "but all our children have fathers and mothers; or if any of them are left helpless, some body adops them." "Why, J guess this must be heaven,' ? 1 exclaimed the singer. "I didn't notice the name nn the railroad station rM I came In." LIBERT7~THEATRE Leah liatrd returns to the Libert.* Theatre Monday, Tuesday and Wed nesday l:i her newest production for Associated Exhibitors, entitled "Wbec (he Me*.II Drives." "It Is said to pre sent another angle of "Sisters under the skin." Miss BaJrd wrote the story, show, ing how the Devil eau provoke tltf same made Impulse In two women however great may be the gulf be tween them In education, class or morals. Miss Balrd herself playa the role of the woman with a past?a woman who laid the wealth of her soul at a man's feet, and then found that the more she gave, the less she eou'd demand. Plentv of love interest in provided in it* dca1 romance, which Is said- to keen the st~rv golne at a rast pace, bnl'dlne un to a powerlu' c'imax. Paul Scardon directed "When the Devil Drives" which is Interpreted by -i sp'end'd cast, including Arllne Pretty, Pic'ird Tucker, Vernon Steel anJ Katherlne Lewis. BILE IN YOUR BLOOD! Puffs under th? ^yes, pimples,4 blotches,, greasy face, burning i eyes, yellow skin, foul breath, feel ill-tempered aud ugly?why don't. ! you try old reliable m Get tho bile-poison out of your ; system. Gel rich pure blood flow ing through your veins. Then your oyes will brighten, sk'in clear, 1 and you'll feel liko living and ( doing things. A small 25c bos will prove the merit of "Vinco." | At Druggist*. Get a boi today. | I we keep the HEAT out in summer | 1 and i I we keep the COLD out in winter | HOW? 1 1 / With | I Dunh m's Patented - \ I Bronze Weather Strip l -5 "Ask to See Working Model" | 1 The First Cost The Only Cost I I STOPS RATTLING OF WINDOWS I jj PAYS FOR ITSELF IN THE FUEL IT SAVES | ?)1 A space of 116 of an inch around an average | jS sized window or door will let in or out 90 cubic I "ti feet of air per hour! | J Wheeling Tent 4 Awning Co. f .,1 1202-04 Water Street Phone Wheeling 663 f CALL US UP OR DROP IN jj ?WW??? I ? 11 ? We Have a Christmas Gift for Everyone In the Family Com In and See It Costs You Nothing to Look 4.MA-MA DOLLS?Large Size $2.48 labxxs' SIX ion ? Sp*cUl?SCo, Me, 91.85. 91.48. $1.96 33.98. LABIS S' 811.X AND WOOL XOSZ i "" AM colors an?l woo! heather. 1 Special?tSe. 98c. 81.35. fl.SO, $1.98, i 98.98 xabiss- uui mils xosa , fancy, black. con<lovon. while Special 48c Ladles' Mercerised Boss Special 86c I Ladles' Meroerlsed Xoee?Special 12c j xnri snx clock hose Fancy Christ mas ho v.*. rexulur price 11.21?Special?75C, 65c. 50c. Silk and Wool Mixed Vote Mail'- In Kngiaiol Regular price 81.15?Special 98c Man's Teather Xoee Special 75c. 50c. 85c 1 Max's Llale Xobe 35c, 15o Cotton Xoee lOo TO* CXXXSTXAS OXTTS Ladles' Men's and Boys' Xld Gloves 98c to 93-98. Men's SUk Shirt a, all slsee. i 93.98 to 97.98 All colors. This price today 35% more, but we are still selling at old price*. Madras Shirts 98c to 93-M We sell it at low prices. All ?!*<?* and colors. Christmas Belts, seta and separata halts?85c and up. TXXY BBBMT BAST BOLL Closes Its Syee. Wax $4.98 lor 98.86 Was ?:'-98 for. ...t 91 M Was 8M8 lor 98c Was 51.23 for 75o MSB'S OXJUSTMAS MVTTLBBS from 50c to 9438. CMXXSTMAS ITSCXTZBS With, or without fancy, boxen. 35o to 9538. Man's Bathrobes for Christmas Gifts 94.98 to 97M. Ladles' Bathrobes 9339 to 97.99 , Boys' Bathrobes. Special 91.49 Boys' Bathrobes, with bootees So aeateh?Special 98.98. Ladles' Wool Jersey Die:4?*s. i f??r ?Special 50.98. fc'i'syi ,r!;'i f-, i??>? TrlmSi;..;;.*. k"*n aii>l I.; II'?Special 36.98. Mteeu' DrMiM. fane*. Brut class Trimming sires from 8 to 14. piices ftom 50.98 to 57.08. Oingharn Dresses for alienee and Children, from 38c to $2.98. Children's Bloomer 8 nits 38c Wccl and Jersey Children's Bloomors 53.30 to 58.38. , Boy*' Overcoats, first clars make, all Wool and Chinchilla. Boys' Suits from slses 5 to 17. all wool, with two pair pants, prices from 95.98 to 99.98. All kinds of Botloas and Jewelry at Bargain Prices. Christmas Toys. Christmas Handker chiefs, m boxes of 3. 8. 12 Jn boxes, prices from 25c to 98c. Baby ivory Sets 50c to $1.50 Ladlea' Ivory Sets. 8 to 10 pieces $8.98. Boudoir Caps, cotton, silk, crepe de Chine, lOo to .>2.58. Christmas Corset Covers, in Cnrirt mas boxes, ?8o to $1.48. Ladies' Kimonos, Crape de Chine, all oolors, $8.CO regular price; sa e price $11.08 Ladles' SUk Underwear, ell colors; regular $2.98 for $1.75 Turkish Towsla, prices 25c, 48c, 50c Large Assortment LADIES' SILX WAISTS arrived today?$1.25 up to $7 AS. Misses' Coats from 8 to 14, run from $5.98 to 911.98. Children's Coats....... $3.98 to $4.98 Ladles' SUk Bight downs. Envelope Chemise, big assortment at Bargain prices. Waul Blankets, all colors; $4-98 to $5.98 and $7.98 Ooitox Blankets, 45x72, regular price ! $1.98, for 81.19 I Bedroom Slippers $1.25, 81.50 snd 91.75. Men's Bouse Slippers. .$1.78 to $3.00 The Fair Store aiflww wadla Brifcttm Tri?phon? 38* r1 > : LIBFRTY Mon., Tues., Wed. "When the Devil Drives" ; By and With Leah Baird i ? /| All Week PLAZA All Week THE BIO SHOW?IBZKI1T HA SO* Z* "SHIRLEY OF THE CIRCUS" BRING THE KIDDIES* AitZi the run Airo thsjz.es or the czbous ^ r ????-L-JL J= lit n ? 0 URT I rmbay and ? ' turjjay Katlaaa Sally A P-huhert I'nlt Attr.ar'fun That is Knflor.ved liy Mpr; Johrmon oeokoe je8eel and COVHTHEY SISTERS la 1 roubles of 1922' with XXII ANN OOSXE And 20 Handacma Tvoabla M<Ucurs Si: ATS W l*il J N L Si J a y. f 1 ' . . ^ Rsxa "ii.e -roadway Mrd nr.a" 8KB LXXD SHE CHEATED SHE LOTED SHE LAU3HED ALSO A OOOD COMEDY AJTD HEWS WEEKLY Mon.| 1_Y WICJ | Tue. FKANCh "ANJTHER MAN'S BOOTS" A WHttn thrill story that kaopo yon on odffo to ttos lost foot of aim. AZfBO A ooos oousy. V ? ? i ; A Bid for Business ? j: IN CHRISTMAS GIFTS ? * i ii I Now we are showing what is prob- i All ably our best exposition of gift i # goods that we have ever displayed. i j/llS Every gift requirement is iminedi- < --- - ately answered. Every essential < !? VVCCR. for economical buying and giving < ? is covered. C.'oine and take a look. < ALL PRK ES DOWN ; I ? 1 GIFTS j ? ; ? For Ladies Lamps?Library, Domini r j > nml Ho,ir Lamps in sillc ; ? ainl parchment shades. | ? ? $3.95 to $49.00 i ? ??? ; ? |: GIFTS ? For Girls ? IVrtunic S?"'ts. Toilet .Sets. * .Manicure .Sets. Candlesticks. u I ? S1.00 to ?75.00 b " b " !> Wonder j > Selections | ? Cut Glass j ? Jap Tea Sets, j > Jap I terry Sets, i ^ Jap Cake Sets. Jap Dinner Sots, ilavilaml Dinner Sets. ? $4.65 to $300.00 ' ? . j. : Hoge-Davis j ? FIVE ST * Wheeling GIFTS | For Men < Leather Traveling Cases. * Leather Hill Folds. Hair * and .Military Brushes. * Razors and . Brushes. 50? to $20-00 1 ?? ? . GIFTS i For Boys ] | Kodaks and Brownies. < j Safety Razors. i Military Brushes. Si.oo to $25.00 ; < Sp cial ; G.fts Jap Smoking Seta Bird Dishes i Jap Candlesticks 4 Book Ends i $3.95 and up < i Drug Co. ? ORES ' Martini Ferry ] REMEDY FOR THE RCUEFOF Coughs, Colds. Croup WHOOPING COUGH, HOARSENESS BRONCHITIS -SOLD EVERYWHERE iii h^^I J Ti i .1 B :-. h?. I Ill Viruci 13 BQTC l?ty ? VIIMlUt* m v S?lf-A?Uu?U?j, and limply ilipi orm lit head, clatpi at the waiit aid under am, aad unootha aat ajly Lutt, If your dooUr e an'I rrlit, wmf aef ? f Omit mtatwro, nam*, addrot* mam ft. 00. ? Wo'U toad Ihm C.rciot pro paid. Shot 34 to 48. Nemo Hyfienic-Faahioa Initituto 130 Iwt 164k 5u. Now York, D*o't M. -'