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The Greatest Sale of SUITS s s Ever Announced I ... Think of it, biginning this morning we'll sell you the best Black or Blue Cheviot, Serge or unfinished Worsted Suit in our stock for > > $ 10.00 If you intend to purchase a nice, comfortable Suit for the coming hot season, this is your chance. You II never have another like it. They're C f fi worth $13, $15 and $16 50?they go for S* * ^ M. GUTMAN & CO. RETAIL DEPARTMENT, TWELFTH AND MAIN STS. REFRIGERATORS?WHITE, HANDLE? & F08TER. REFRIGERATORS. t . - THE OVERRATED White Mountain Refrigerator IS THE 8 BEST 8 IN THE H \UHDI n ft ?*VJ1\JLU. ^ ALL MADE ? IN g HARD WOOD. g WE HAVE ? THEM FOR H $4.00 UP. * ** - , " ' ts=-?^r========= ? - ? a\t> nnrniT UAbli Lift uriLui i. White, Handley Foster, 2245-47-49 MARKET STREET. j DRESS SHIELDS?J. S. RHODES At CO. +*>w>mx>9900*>9099 If you use %$ If Itrottani T UlTtbMrr mSLJ DRESS SHIELDS Sk II MIT. YOU WANT THE BIST. II p#rvtnu* If ttM only ptrtect * pjVf prisons why you should us? 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THERE WAS A LARGE TTRNOl'T dt in* Members of the Order, and III* Si reel Denionatraltuii, which Included be t nlform Hank <*m panics, w?i llrllllanl Spectacle ? Ad<lrtiica wen Mad* by Hev. Meitrt. IL U. Krini and C. E. Clark?Vary Imprtulai were the KxerclMs of Ihe Day. The annual memorial services of the Knight* of Pythias were held yesterday, afternoon, at the Tythlan cartle, an'l mode the occasion of a lar^e turnout of the order and Its friends. A very cred liable street parade preceded the exercise j. The threatening weather prevented many from participating In the parade, but their fears were groundless, as the sun shone until the ranks were disbanded. The exercises at the Castle were nlmple and Impressive and not as lengthy as usual. The parade proper moved off from Ohio Valley castle, North Market street, whence the South Side Knights gathered at 2:30 o'clock. The streets were In fairly good condition, and lorge crowds viewed the parade. From Ohio Valley castle, to the Pythian Castle the column moved off In the following order: Major J. T. McGee. Major James H. Lancaster, Surgconx M? Kniil and SprugK. Mounted. Melstar's Band. Couer do Leon Co. No. 1. Col. I^rnard Shanley Co. No. 21. Major James T. McQee Co. No. 2). Carriage Containing <?en. Durant. Col. R. C. dutch and Col. Fred R. H use man. Carriugo Containing (irarnl Chaplain Dr. A. Moore, Rev. C. E. Clark and Rev. B. B. Evans. Baltimore Lodge No. 6. Black Prince Ixxitce No. 13. Ohio Valley Lodge No. 31. Wheeling Lodge No. 111. The auditorium and gallery wore soon filled after the arrival of the parade. aud many were unable to giln admittance. Besides ihe large number of Knights. the audience wan made up of friends of the order, the fair sex beI Ing well represented. The stage was ! tastefully adorned with palms, ferns j and potted plants. Seated on the stnge were Past Chancellor L. J. Davis. Revs A Moon*. B. B. Evans. C. E. Clark. Melvtet'l band and the soloists. It was after 3 o'clock when Chairman L. J. Davis announced the first of the exercises, on appropriate overture. "Odel," by Melster'tt band. Following this number, the audience, standing. Joined In singing the Knight's opening ode. to the air of "America." Grand Chaplain Rev. Dr. A. Moore, offered prayer. He Invoked Ood's hioeiini? tinon the wives and families of dead Knlfliitu. and hoped their paths through life would have God's guiding hand. Professor Emerson, the ten or singer, sang beautifully, 'The Children's Own." Rev. R. B. Evans, of Zane Street M. E. church, made on addref* un 'The Order." He raid It was not necessary in the t!m<? allotted him. to review the history of the Knights of PythLas; the beauties of the order were well known to his hearers. He would rather glorify its present status and Its future which looms up In glowing colors. The ord?*r was n utrong denial to the belief of Dlonyslus of old. the Sicilian tyrant, who thought no real happiness r.or ambition could be attained, unless In striding over wreck and ruin. Dlonsyslua believed the pedestal of fame could be reached only over a funeral pyre. He believed that there was no friendship, benevolence. nor charity In the world. He knew nothing bu: his own selfish nature, but the narrow mind of the tyrant '? ? . ?tl'hAn hn inn* received an utvaivuiii.K. ....... .... the touching testimony of friendship exhibited by Damon nnd Pythias. reeling oa his throne, while tears glistened In his eye. he cried out: 'There is such a thing as friendship: there is such a thing as charity: there Is such a thing as benevolence!" Dlonysius saw* the strength of these qualities of human nature exhibited under the executioner's axe. as It hunc poised to crush out a life. He discovered that there was the brotherhood of man. something that he did not believe existed. The principles exemplified by Damon and Pythias, continued Rev. Mr. Evans. are being exemplified to-day. by the Knights of Pythias, an order which luts enjoyed wondrous growth since its Institution In 1864. As an organized J iy i; 15 exemplifying the principles of friendship, charity and benevolence In a practical sense. Wherever the order Is known. It Is loved. It protects the distressed brother, reaches out th?? hand In friendship, extends the spirit of charity, of benevolence to the wives and families of brothers pone to their * 5*4 ?n-lahnil flip the retraru. iur ^un,. . day to come when the world would become one brotherhood of man. Following another selection by the band. Rev. C. K. Clark, of Thomson M. E. church, made on address on "The Dead." Rev. Mr. Clarke said he was glad to know that the world was becoming more to believe in the Supreme Knight of all. Ills life on earth. His death. His resurrection, and Ills living now Is an example of the Immortality of the soul. And it Is a Joy to look back upon I the lives of dead friends, to know that , while the soul was In the body, they I lived this life well. No matter If the man be young he leaves porac Impress upon iho.^e left behind. Then- have been young men like Keats and Shelley. whose work has iroused, and will continue to arouse, the admiration of the known world. The Knight* of Pythias Is composed of young m?*n. and their deeds of friendship, charity and benevolence live nfter them. The departed brothers are not dead, said the speaker, they nre gone merely, and ?till <'xlst In iellln<? of the soul returning to God. Mr. Clerk drew n very graphic picture of the lost and wandering son. Anally returning to his home. He *,ild that belief In God ? /v?n?nlfiHon to the Ibrinqs nwpv ni.<. ? stricken heart. assuring It of a meeting beyond the skies with loved ones passed awav. Rev. Mr. Clark's pddress throughout was r< plete with scholarly arguments In proof of the Immortality of tlie soul, and ihnt the departing spirit leaves the cold clay to wing Its flight to an "ternal himc. Ills closing remarks henrJng on th- dead, were very touch Inc. Mr. W. M. CI.-mens eanjr "Raise us. Jesus." In his charming manner IJuring the offertory tin- band playe | another selection. The audtcne<< J dne-l in -Incl'u; the dosing nad w-?v dismissed with tlie ocnedlction by Dr. Moore. Ilnrltlni'a Aritlr* The host salve In the world for ruts, l>ru!?cs. sores, ulcers, salt rheum. fevor sores, tetter, chapped hands, chlKdalns, corns md all skin eruptions, and positively cures p'les, or no pay required. It l? guaranteed to &|v perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 2~> cents per box. For sale by Logan Drug Co. Xafierrrhmul I'fili*i?l nl I'lillailf'jilil#. The Paltlmore Si Ohio will sell tickets from nil points on Its lines east <?f Ohio river, for nil trains Juno 1!? to 2.1 Inclusive, valid r.-r return passage u?itll June -r<. inclualV", at rate of one single fan* f< r tt < round trip. For further Information, call on near- I est Baltimore & Ohio agent. Ifeadaehe and Nruralaln cared bv Dr. I M1M-?' i'AIN l'lLLb. "Oi.aceutadoso." J PUBLIC AFFAIRS. Saturday, In the West Virginia supram* Court of appeals, the following cafes were considered: Tucker & Co. vs. Butcher, et a!., from Wirt county, petition for writ of error I refused. Kibble vs. Buckley et a!., from Wood county, petition for writ of error refuaed. State vs. Dulin, from Tyler county, petition for writ of error refused. Carberry vs. Perry, from Kanawha county, appeal dismissed and re-allowed. Court adjourned until Monday at 10 a. m. In Cltrk Robrrtaon'a (NBm, Saturday, In Clerk Robertson's office, the following transfers of real estate were recorded: _Deed made June 8, 1897, by William Happen ana wire, to >icHaiau.-i neru, for the south half of lot* Nos. 15 and 7, In square No. 28. on the plat laid out by D. Lamb ami H. M.Russell, special commissioners; consideration. 1500. Deed made April 24. 1857, by Andrew I>. Hutchison and wife and others, lo Andrew Denntston, for ninety four and one-half acres and eighty-five acres and thirty-six perches of land In Ohio county: consideration. 1444. Jacob Jefferson qualified as administrator o' the estate of Mary D. Glllespy, deceased; bond, $300; Albert Redman, surety. 4 II. M. Hervey qualified ns administrator of the estate of J. F. Hervey, deceased; bond, $i00; James Hervey surety. Isadore Fulton qualified as administrator of the estate of Rachel Steel, demeaned; bond, $2,500; George S. Feeny. surety. A BIO DEAL la that hy which tha /Rtn -V?nd?rd Acquire* the Junction Hlffl Plant. For some time the Aetna-Standard Iron and Steel Company, capitalised at S2.200.000. has had under consideration the erection of blast furnaces and a naa<amAP anrt nnon-hearth Steel Diant. A few days ago the officers of the company entered Into negotiations with the Junction Iron and Steel Company, of Wheeling, whose plant Is at Mingo Junction, for the absorption of the latter. The negotiations terminated Saturday, in the consummation of the plan. The Junction company will go out of existence and stockholders In It will be paid $700 pro rata in AetnaStandard new stock at sixteen premium. The Aetna-Standard management will take charge of the Junction plant and operate it in connection with the Aetnavllle plant, making It the basis for supplies of pig iron and Bessemer steel. A new open-hearth steel plant will be erected at Mingo Junction, to supply the Aetna-Standard finishing mills. This d??al Is the largest that has taken place here in many years, and puts the capitallxation of the Aetna-Standard at $.1,000,000 of premium stock. A meeting of stockholders will be held this week to formally ratify the deal, a majority of the stock having agreed. HUSCROFT BROS., the Florist*, can furnish a fine lino of commmcement flowers, including: extra large white Roses. They are permanently located at No. 1406 Market Street. HAVE SOME AMBITION. Make a Start In Life. You ran buy or build a home with about the same money you now pay for rent. Will you do this, or will you pay to your landlord what would buy a dozen houses and never own a home? "Put by for a rainy day." "A penny saved is a penny earned." 25 cents a week will carry a share in the Union Building Association No. 2 which meets Monday evening, June 14, In room 4. Exchange Ba*k building, corner Main and Twelfth streets. This association succeeds the Union, which paid its stockholders 10 per cent per annum. Go Monday evening and take stock. LOW RATE EXCURSION To Pittsburgh Baltimore 4b Ohio, Rata ?1 33. The Jr. O. U. A. M. of Wheeling and Ben wood have arranged to go over the Baltimore & Ohio to Pittsburgh next Wednesday, June 16. to take part In the big parade. The extremely low rate of tl 35 for the round trip has been secured. and is open to all. The tickets will be good three days and a special train will leave the Baltimore & Ohio station promptly at 8:00 a. m. An invitation Is extended to sister councils of Belial re. Bridgeport and Martin's Ferry to go with us. Tickets can be had of A. J. Frick, at Teasdale's. Sixteenth street: William Ault, 1215 Alley H. or Baltimore & Ohio station. EXCUBflOXS TO PITTSBUBOH Via Penuaylvanla Line* Jane 12, 13, 14 and 16. Low rate account Jr. O. U. A. M. National Council open to all. For details apply to Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agents. J. G. Tomllnson. or J. Bailie, ticket agents. Wheeling. Jr. O. t7. A. 51. Pararf* at Pittsburgh. The Baltimore & Ohio railroad will sell excursion tickets to Pittsburgh, account of the parade of the Junior Order American Mechanic?, from Morgantown. Connellsville, Wheeling and intermediate ticket stations, for all trains of June 16, valid for return passage until June 17, at one single fare for the round trip, except that no rate shall be less than twenty-live cents. PARTIES visiting New York during the summer or early fall, win And comfortable rooms with or without board, at Mr*. Patterson's, 38 West Thirty-fourth street DIED. CAMP?On Sunday morning. June 13. 1S97, at 7:JO o'clock, ELIZABETH K., wife of Theo. Camp, in her Kd year. Funeral services at family residence, No. l&t Sixteenth street, on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of family respectfully Invited to attend. Interment private at 3 o'clock at Peninsular cemetery. THOMAS?On Sunday morning. June 13, 1*7, at 10:00 o'clock. ELIZABETH, relict of the late William Thomas, In th?* 64th year of her a?e. Funeral from her late residence, in the rear of No. 711 Market street, Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Friends of the family are Invited to attend. In- J nt peninsular cemetery . I FAI'ST?At Allegheny. Pa., on Saturday. .Fun* 15. 1*7. at 11:4.* a. m. THOMAS FAI'ST, aged 0) year* ana 9 days. Furnral noikr In h afi- r ______ UNDgRTAKlNQ. LOUIS BSRTSCHY, (Formerly of Frew A Ecrtschy.) funeral Director an J Arterial I'mlialiacr, 1111 MAIN* STREET. EAST SIDE. Calls by telephone anstvon-1 day nr nlfrlit. Slur* ulephouix CJS. residence. SCI I ' IS\i l#Y I. INtW. JL\. Grddc its ol U. S. I'onrq* of fILMlRM LIRLCIOR AND tM3\ MLi?, tfV.h . * ALEXANDER FREW. I?<M >1AI * MKEI:T. IHeiMon* BhUEMMER & HILDEBSAND, II,SERAI D.KIUOKS KSi) TMSUMtRS. lonrr Market onJ 22d Street*. Ti-lt phone 207. Open Day and Night. my 25 ????????M?????? CLOTHINO?KRAUB BRQ8. ij KRAUS BROS., CLOTHIERS. & i a charm m Quality, IV I 1 method but honesty. IIV/ OBJECT BUT TO DESERVE YOUR CONFIDENCE, And give you the best possible merchandise for the least money, has made our name and store famous in this vicinity. j* J* OUR STOCK OF CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS Is now at its best, and when we say this it means that no other firm around here can touch us in Variety, Quality and Price. J* > KRAUS BROS., WHEELING'S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS. STRICTLY ONE PRICE. 1319 MARKET STREET. ' 1 ?? .'- 1 RED ROOM STANDS-FREW'S. - - - -- I m .M-y Twenty Dozen BEAUTIFUL .? BED ROOM STANDS. | 16x16 Inch Top, Natural Oak or Mahogany Finish. Only 47 Cents Each. This is a great bargain and they will not last long, so come at once and secure a bargain. New styles in Parlor, Bed Room and Dining room Furniture in great variety. FREWS FURNITURE AND CARPET STORE., NEW LOCATION, MO. I20S MAIN STREET. SPECIAL SALE?GEO. R. TAYLOR CO. Geo. R. Taylor Co. SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK. All of our J 6c and 18c Printed Dimities marked 1 Ol/p down to M j ||j Hemmed and Hemstitched Sheets, Fillow and Bolster Cjcfc marked down to prices less than the muslin cost TURKISH BATH TOWELS. We bought last week at a very low price an importer's entire line of samples, and will place on sale Monday morning over 500 Turkish Bath Towels, in every variety made, at just Half Price-Turkish Towels-Half Price. Geo. R. Taylor Co. I ? "I ro BE RIGHT IP TO DATE YOU MUST IttVE THE ? Daily ' & intelligencer, oo?o< REDUCED TO"* Ten Cents rr* inf i per weeK. ALL THE NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. j* J* J* Sc.id in Your Orders at Once by Postal Card or Teje* j? jt phone No. 622. j? *