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DEPARTMENT STORE?STONE fe THOMAS.
STONE & THOMAS!
' nmifnixm nmnnn
You are not asked a dollar for an article that can be sold for 75c. A
? lady said In tills store one day the past week she was looking at dress 1
goods in one of the "Exclusive Stores," they asked her 65c, offered it to
her at 40c befo e she left, and it's exactly like this piece you are show- :
ing rue at 39c. Do you endorse that way 01 aoing Business, or wouiu
you rather have the Invest and only price quoted to you ?
kg Near Dress Goods?a truly wonderful collection?have been bought as
low as money can buy then), and sold In the same way.
OVER 200 PIECES NEW SDITINGS
Have been received the past two weeks. We desire to call your attention
to the greatest showing of Handsome Suitings, which go on sale
AT 39c, 40c, 75c AND 97c.
!* We thlnlt we have a stocK or uress uooas anu aims ucrc m?i win !
interest every lady In th s city. We are here to show them. Samples ,
cheerfully given for comparison.
How it's possible to have them made, and made right; lined, velvetAn'l
l-? .? ili? nrlr* W* don't ICflOVV. 8
iuuuuu, hiiu iu i/c 9wm mix |?" <??i * - ? j
Good. Durable Skirts that hang right $ 38 *
Figured Black Mohair Skirts y 2.48 ?
Al I-Wool Black or Blue Seraro Skirts 3.98 ?
All-Wool Novelty Cloth Skirts. , 4.95 ,
Black Mohair Skirts- 3.98
6 Blaok Slllclan Skirts 4.95
Black Figured India Silk Skirts 6.98
Figured Taffotta Silk Skirts : 9.85
? ? " n If TTT J
new (Japes, new Keeiers, jiew waists.
IIU.VDHEDS HERE FOB YOI'R SELECTION.
One thousnnd. Five Hundred Rolls here for your selection. More, i
we think, than you'll find in all other stores In the city combined. We'd 1
like to have your judgment as to styles and prices.
CANICHB-OEO. M. SNOOK & CO. <
I t($?S? he French PSS?s i
PfjKpn'' irw V t Narrow Gold and t
lie 17- CALL ,T?- * Si,vcr *
I P, rAMirwr sBELTSI!j
| M* CANICHE. ?? |
YOU would call these same raised over- i gQc. t '
shot designs In Dress Goods PRETTY,
onH cr> th?v aro?vprv nrpttv varied nnd effprtive. More
over they cover a wide quality range, which extends ,
througbeut the Silk, '.Voolen, Cotton and Linen depart- j
ments. These new?in most instances complex weaves
jv are certain to captivate every lover of the beautiful. See '
them at nearly every turn on every one of our ten Dress ,
S Goods couniers.
H _ ;
J!K!l!(Vl!M!l!N!U!bI I We have
Geo. M. Snook & Co.
J made from the best |
I as QOOfl ns any 20-ccnt f
} McFadden's Shirt Store, i
A WK IUKK !?mnt< TO OIlDRIt. j
0^, ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^
8HOE8-J. H. LOCKB 8HOB COMPANY.
pygr-r * TtJt- -* -g-^ -^ ! Z .-m. -r^.
GOOD MONEY. * # ]
In this esse it appearing that we can sell you the best
Shoe (or TWO DOLLARS of uny house in Wheeling. 1 lie ^
i, case ought to be easily adjusted by your coming with H
L your good money for a pair. Jj
LJ. H. LOCKE SHOE CO. J
SIGHT IS PRICELESS.
Money cannot buy it, but a proper alai
Htctl to the eye# by an oxperlenuoa ej
ipoelall?t will prosorve- your eyes. It
number, lout night never return*. Pro
,mitt makes nclentlfle tent# of nit olast<
if defective vlwlon. The OPMTHALM(
iC'OPE Is used lh every examination. Th
h tho only i?afe method of determlnlr
.be kind of lens required. ConiuHatic
md examination free.
)iilon, Wheat & Hancher C(
e'25 l'rof. !.. T.KVITT. Mnnngnr.
Oftlcm Nua. ttft mill !I7 FoiirlMniith Mi eut
Drug Store for Sale.
ForRent?Holf & Zane. , ^
Voxtn*'n S?'U Food?C- V. Wntdlnsr ft P
For Kent or For Bale?FIve-Roonu
frame House. ? ..
Stockholders* Meeting?W heeling Brldi
inu Terminal itiuiwny common/.
Notice?Wheeling Brick Co.
DlMolutlou Notlco?McLurti House Ba
Job. Home & Co.?Sixth Paire.
One Million Bicycles?Geo. W. Johnson
Wire NVt ting?Geo. W. Johnson's Son
Kobert. \N. Kile?Practical Plumber.
Strictly One Price Department Store
Jtone & Thoman?Klghtli Page.
Snrlmr ?>f The Hub? Eighth Page.
Kraus Bros.?One Man SaliT-Plfth Paa
The French Call It Cnnlch?Geo. I
Jnook ft Co.?Eighth Psge.
Brusscln Carpet?G. Mendel ft Co.?8?
Opera House?Baron Hohenstauffen.
Graixl Opera Hoiifte?Gorton's Famot
Vow Orleans Minstrel*.
To the Public?Robert Luke.
Wante<l-Gooil Girl for General Ifous
SPRING OPElfllfO 07 C. HESS ft 80N8.
All the uctreat novelties, eonslfttlug i
intuitu-, Trousering* and Overcoating
io?v In dock.
Stylish utake-ap, flrst-rlai* workmni
lilp nnit fit kI lowest prlfti.
In onr l*'tiriilshliig Department we a
inrruiK ipniwi *<? ? ..? ?
llo?c null Kanry Sltlrla.
i\ IIKXH * ftO!fS.
" Iiloiinhlr Tnllnra mid CJcult' KnritUI
era, 13*11 and I'M l Market Mrrr I.
If ATE fOBf ?fi
/APMMMKV toiUHl for (Imit
rr?? of ohkrp by
' JeweUr And Opt
' rinii, Market iiu
Ilrr Hand llnrned.
Yesterday at her home oil the hllMo
tear Moxart park, Mrs. Alex Fraelc
jurned both hands and wrists ver
severely. Dr. St&thcrs was called. O
ine finger was a ring which could n<
>e taken off. A Jeweler was calla
md sawed the ring In <wo. Mrs. Ff?
rler's clothes c fought lire, but fom
lately the Homes were extinguished.
Anotlirr IHuitngr Suit.
Saturday w. D. Johnson, oommlttf
or Elisabeth Turner, filed the pretirr
nary papers In ? suit for $10,000 dan
ige* aga-inst W. H. Chapman and T. 'J
[Jutchlsson. The cause at action Is tl
rollapse of the buildings owned by dt
'endants, the fall of which partlall
wrecked the property of plaintiff, o
he south side of Alley 9 at Main stree
Xrw llltU for Co?l'.
The coal which R. H. Teasdalo "ha
>een furnishing for use at the city ele<
:ric light plant has not given satli
'action, and the gas trustees Satui
lay evening decided to annul the cor
ract with him and advertise for ne
>lds. Secretary Sohul was Instruct?
o insert an advertisement In the pi
jers, calling for bids for coal for ui
here, and-to announce that the oor
ract would be awarded to the best ar
Iter. Jk. DornbUavr Her*.
Rev. Mr. E. If. Darnbloser, form<
MKor of the English Lutheran churt
Here, and now at Springfield, Ohl
r?rearti*d In his former churoh yeste
boy forenoon and made an addivss 1
Mr ?. ill. v.. IIUII Ml IIIC llPUIil OUI
lay afternoon mooting. He \vas heat
with pleasure by n very large numbi
>f old friends on both ooeaaiona, or
ms been warmly welcomed to Whee
ng toy all who have met him.
iirllalrt Nlwl l'oiii|iituy Now.
The Bellalre Nail Works manage!
inn ounce that, having discontinued U
nanufn.'.ure of nails, the old name <
.'he company hnd become Inappropr
ftp. After this date the business w!
je conducted under the name of t!
Uellalre F.ioel Company.
The works of the company are belr
greatly enlarged. an-.l in addition i
manufacturing prig Iron and besscmi
1 blooms .billets and slabs. at t
parly date the company will be pr
pared to furnish cfteet bars, tin pla
bar>*. bridge plates, skelp and oth
THE BELIEF DEPAETME5T
)t tli? 0*1 lliuor? A <h.'?wlll C'outlui
Superintendent 8. It. Rarr, of tl
Baltimore & Ohio railroad's employe
relief department, yesterday Issued tl
"The receivers of the Halt (more & Oil
Railroad Company authorise me to gli
the following notice. Hy the order <
the United States circuit court a]
pointing receivers for the Holtlmore
allroad all obligations of the relief d
partment are thoroughly protected ur
will be fulfilled to the letter. Pud*
the court'o order the relief departmei
kvlll bo continued precisely In the san
manner as under -the company's mai
igement. and members of the relief di
partment will receive benefits, eti
aIt'b the ?-ame regularity and ccrtalm
it! hei-etorore. The runa* Belonging
the relief department, Including relit
savings and pension feature*, under tl
order of th* United State* court a
perfectly rafe. and the appointment
l ho receiver* nnd I heir management
the relief department nuder the *upe
vision and xvlth the approval of tl
court, absolutely Insure* the membc
of all feature* of the relief departme
ogalnRt loss. Payment* Of benefit
pension* nnd deposit* will continue i
before the appointment of the reeelvei
the relief department not being real
affected by the appointment In ar
way. The Having* and building featu
will continue to loan money to employ
Electric Hitters 1* a medicine sult<
for any season, but perhaps more gel
enilly needed when the languid, e:
ImilBtod feeling prevail?, when the Ilv
iu torpid and tfluffftltrii ami the need 1
a tonic itnd nlteratlv* in Mt. A prom;
une of lit In medicine Iron often avorti
Imiu; and perhnpx fatal bilious fever
No medle.ln* will act rnoro nurcly
counteracting and frcelnff the ?y?te
from the malaria) poison. Headurli
Jliumi ninni, \ wiin it'll iivi'i ?/i?'iin.'
y|i>M to Klcctiio Bitter?. f?0ft and $1
per bottle nt Logan Drug Co.'? Dri
Store. _ 1
DON'T Invite dlfuippolntment by e
perlmentlnp. Depend upon One Mlnu
Cough Cure nnd you hnve immediate r
llof. it cure* croilp. Tho only linrr
Win remedy that produced Immcdln
r*ftUlt*. Logan A: Co., Wheeling, \
Vft., B. V IVabody. Demvood, nr
ttowln & Co., Bridgeport. O. 0
All pain banished by Dr. MUm' rain Pll
i| THE CATHEDRAL
i Well rilled at nil the Service
Yesterday, Second Suiidny
OF THE SOIBIN LENTEN SEASO!
** The Bishop's MjcouiI Dlsconrse on 111
e- Holy Eucharist Lut Evening at th
Vesper Servlces-The Doctrine wm Ac
l'* ' ceptnl 1 ly the Fathers of llie Chnrch nn<
IK Has Hern a Tenet of the Catholics In nl
Yosterd-ay being 'the sccond Sundaj
? In Lent the sewiccs In -tihe Catholli
churches were attended with more thai
0 usual Interest. It is stC-Jom -that sue!
, large can croca: ions are seen at thi
__ Cathedial as assembled at all of th?
u services. TCve large church >vas fllle<
= at the early moss, at C:30 a. m. Rev
Pat her IJoutlou officiated at the mas:
and read the scripture lessons, takinj
fs as the theme of his sermon the flrs
id seven verses of the fourth chapter o
?Q TQiessalonlana. He talked Impress I vel:
vn purity of heart, and spoke of Chrlst'i
r. Transfiguration, saying had the wit
nessses who were present not/been pur
In heart they would not haye se*n God
i's The Transfiguration was not a miracle
ine miracie wan inai uwu 411 "
8* had bo long concealed hls'glory.
M the 10:30 mans the church wai
again packed. Rev. Father H*n$
preached the aermon, hi* theme being
"Now Is the accepted time; now la th<
day of solvation." He made a verj
pathetic and effective plea to t*ios<
c" who were out of -Jhe church to aee)
salvation, aa that was Chrlat'a only oto
us Ject In coming toto the world.
La*t evening at vespers. Blphop Don
ahue preached to a vaet congregation
e* his aecond Lenten sermon, taking roi
his theme t'he doctrine of the Rea
Presence in Hie Holy Eucharlat. H i
text was t>he passage from the eplatu
at of St. John describing the Laat Supper
t and glvlngthe words of Cbrlat in hand
Jng to his disciples the bread and wine
i- He dwelt on the words "ttola la mi
bodv." Ami 'Hhla Is my blood," ant
^ read extracts from the writings of re
' llglous authors from the Urst centurj
down to the Council of Trent, to nhov
?- that the doctrine of the real pree?nc<
of Christ In <he Eucharist was not new
that It was accepted by the fathers am
? by the early chuivh. and he quoted
? also the writings of Matthew, Mark am
Luke and from Paul to show that th?
apostles believed this was the real bodj
J' and blood of Christ. The dogma, h<
j. aald, was not originated by the Councl
a of Trent, but was merely formal!)
stated there. From fiuotoniu* to Tur
tellian all t?he salrvts accepted the he
lief, and the former chronicled th<
,p fact -that a fc?w left the Euohaxlst be>r
cause they did not believe !>t was the
y body of Christ, thus showing plalnl)
n that the chuncth ta t'toat early day did
it believe It.
4 The bishop said that those outside ol
t- the church had managed by the exerl
else of their individual Infallibility, tc
deduce from the accounts of the Lord'i
Supper and from the words of Jesm
In handing ?the bread and the chalice
to his disciples, two hundred tuid sl>
. difforent meanings for the words. The}
" had held opinions one directly Uhe re
r." verse or the other, but the greatest
* body of Christian 'believers on the eartl
had always believed that Christ mean!
* that the bread and wine were hl? couj
y and blood *hed for the remission of s n
P The body is fed upon the body of Chrlsi
t?hat the soul may be cloansed. one
whosoever partaketh unworthily i?
guilty of Christ'* Wood, aa Judos wai
* when he betrayed Mm.
-- The Catholic ctiurch holda that ti?<
?- EuoharlHt la the real body of Christ
*- The faithful feel for Che humblest pries
J- a deep reverence.because he transform!
w the wafer Into the body of the Lord
'd yet priests have fallen to tfce de*pes
L- depths. Just as Judas, whose prlvllegi
** it was to see and touch the Savior, fel
?- and his fall was Infinitely worse that
'd if he had not been so closa to the Christ
He wss rejoiced, he said, to see thi
members of the congregation maklni
good confession, and to see wltti wha
naroeftnesw they observed the Lentei
h season. The prlej-t.the Bishop, the car
dlnal, and even the Pope hlmself.mus
r* make a good conrrssion irai iavy i??i
11 take of the Eucharist unworthily. H?
urged his hearer* to a stricter obser
1(1 vance of t?he fattfo.
On Wednesday night o "priest fron
p Pittsburgh will preaoh in the Cathedral
'* and on Friday night <he Station? o
the Cross will be given. Communloi
was administered after the early masi
rh . ^
le LOOK mit for cheap substitutes! Be
>f ware of new remedies. Dr. Bull's Cou*1
i- Hyrup toas stood the teat for nearly lift,1
11 years. _
CARPET B?ATiNO ONLY 2 CSKT8.
LUTZ Bit OH.
er Rsmember we are better prepare*
tn now than ever for Csrpt< Beaming. am
e- our past high grade of work speaks fo
te itsflf, bc^kles having remodeled our en
er tire plant, whloh not only does be tie
work with no (nay&d edges, but make
this cla*s of work in the reach of all.
FORMER PRICE, 5c. PRICE NOW
2c per yard. We are in opera tion ever:
to day In the year. No matter whethe
you send one. t wo or a doten. wo ar
always pre-pared. Phone 472.
" I.UTZ Bl!0?. LAUNDRY.
last winter Mr. George A. Mill*
of Lebanon, Conn., was badly atlllotei
. with rheumatism. A< tlm?? It was si
lo revere that ho could not stand u|
re ?tmight, but wan drawn oVi?r on om
3f side*. "I tried different remedies with
out reoelvlng relief." ho saya "un*l
p" about six month* ago I bought a bottl
& of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Afte
p; using It for three dAys my rheuma
tlam was gone and hats no* returns
nt ^ ...
]e "6lVE me a liver regulator and I cai
' regulate the world." said a genius. Tin
druggist handed him a bottlp of De
("v Wltfa Little Early Klsers. the famoui
little pill*. Logan A Co., Wheeling, W
Va., B. r. Peabody, B?nwood and Bowl
^ & Co., Bridgeport. O. 6
Minify lo I.oan.
0f Money to loan on real entate?Wes'
r. Virginia Savings and Building Asso
,0 elation, room 14 Maaonlo Temple. OITlci
n hours 6:15 to 8:1G p. m., every Monday
x* Mr. Paris It Myers, organist at SI
Mathews* church, will rccelvo n ltmltc<
y number of pupils In the followlnj
1>' branches: Pipe organ, piano-forte, vole
re culture, theory, and will reeelvo ni>
ea polntmenls as visiting choir dlrecto
to churches. For terms address a
S ALL KINDS OP EYES PITTED
u Kjrci Ia.uiiIuoI Tor (JUwtes Free of
Ifyon no?il Kpafltfiplon, ?jr?? tlr? or litnil
nclien when rpuilluc or Mt>\rlii;, nonsuit u
mid linvn MWiilmd for s'nMo
fro* til el|i? rfc?>. ilimotill oit.Mii ?|>f.<i|ulty
to IfJN?W Imvulrlnl utliAra mill fitlla.Uuilu
. Rln??r? lit ?Qlt yum- )??, annttt to u* inn
ut will urtnil NpHnlnl i;ln?**? for your oi??*
n" NfW put In Any ?tyU frnmn. M
to ItlnilB nf r*pn>r?(l. <I?I<1 i;in*?.V.
I'tkiui Ih *?'llHrtRr, Mollil ?<ultl sprrlnrim
id llitwl iutli?*jr?ifrom tu.AOup. ftiffnifrnn
1.00 Up. ritOK. -FIKI K,
Kolniilllr OptlnUn iinil SpMinimt la rufrne
lion ?tf (lk?i my*, 1110 M?lu Mreot, 11 rati
Is. quarun for Ar tillniul Cyw.
thb hob olothiei
: Spring Hats.
i ? .
; Spring Suits.
j Spring Overcoats
: Boys' Long
; Pants Suits.
i . ?V>I ^ *4 !?,
: Spring Waists.
Market and F
m m w w v ? w ^ A
; WHY HA
i . ?
i Furniture, I
5 When you can buv just as
MENT PLAN. * Your n
: you as anyone else. Our s
i White, Hand
i 2245-47-49 Mi!
I ii/cot f>ir\p Atirr*
? VVLOI CIL/t LUVVL
J UNDERTAKING f
' ATLANTIC TB1A OOMPAKY.
i Atlantic Tea Co.
Oar annual Inventory ! complete
ami to u< It vory liilaetorjr. Our
I bttiinoH aliowa a marked increase
1 over '9(. Wo aro now romWedthnt
'90 shall load all preceding yoari, if
low prlcaa and standard gooda will
attract trada, and wa think It will
; PRICB LIST:
jj New Ciil. Prnnei (Unto), ft Ihi for 25c
New Cal.'Hvup. I'oaclip* (fuuojr).ll** ?or.. 25"
" New I>aiM, 4 lb*. for.-...- 25c
New ('looued Curuun. tor - 25"
i New Itaiiltm (largo). ftll*. (or 25c
Froth Corn Moftl.i t Ibi. for- ?.?
Kre?U llooiiur, 11 Ha for.. .*. 25c
Kreah Rolled Oau. loibi for .. 25c
PreahOai Mini. 10 lb*. for? 25c
Fro?h Hut tor Crock? . Gibe, for...^,...^., 250
KrtsaU ChiKor Bnapi. Mta. for "25?'
Kaw French Kldoojr llcaui Alb*. for. 25o
I'IioIm Table I'enohM. per cau ..
Hinodar*! Tomntorv. ^cAUi for 25"
Fancy rol?l pack Totnttoe*. per 1 an gti
I Choice SUnitenl Corp. per oau 50
. Star Centllea. 810 tbe pound. por lb 0c
Carpet Tacka, per box?
' V 1 1 1 I m -
; Atlantic lea Co.
We Lead, let Thoie Who Cm follow.
|g AND FPRNI3HER9. ^ ^
Day bydaytko needs of spring
push it wider and wider open.
iuaiuu uu 10 j i.-uuy, ana in such
readiness?a better stock than
ever, a better appointed store,
- a better system of business, 4
better best than a year ago,
Bettered by experience, by rel
doubled effort, by downright
; hard work. Take us from
ground to roof?flawless and
. faultless. No one cbullengej
our position as leaders. So
one can, for hold it by the
richt that superior facilities
eiveus. We hold it as neon.
r of our fair and lit
eral policy toward a large and
appreciate ve clientage that
crows steadily larger and
larger as we demonstrate out
worthiness in you1' fuller satisfaction.
All that the best
talent could do has been done.
-All flio nrlVnntnrrn fllJlt fiaDlt*!
ran command awaits you. Ws
stand as purveyors all that is
popular, fashionable, wortlifol
in dress, not to the few, but
the many, to every man ad
_ hoy in Wheeling and its near"
hv trade. We study even
need, every taste, every whim,
everv purse. You'll find usst
our best now?THE GREATER SCI
Money back for the askine.
All Suits.from $10 up kept in
- impair one year free of charge.
Most of Quality!
Least of Price!
3> Clothiers, Hatters
3 and Furnishers...
TE, HANDLEY & FOSTER.
A V/l A i
cheap on the EASY PAYloney
is worth as much to
tock is complete in HOUSEi
!ov fit ffnete
IUJ U 1VUIVU)
R MARKET HOUSE.
HODSEFORNISIUN'O GOODS. _
twrtnbl* must. FioUhed In thn liiP1" , '
lirt niul provided with all m?>*'?*rn *"p
NESBITT & BR01312
CELT WEATHEK STRIPS
? + + + + ++ +
NICOLL'S HRT STOS?
133? MAHKET sTwEjil:?;S I
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