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-v -v FALL CUyrBXHQ-U
I The Height of fa
r Double Breasted Sac
Made of Heavy Weigh
and Fancy Worsteds.
The length, the hang, t
arc exactly and precisely ri
Wc are showing extrao
gr " tiro-One Ibis fall, and it w
elsewhere.* No matter hav
you money.
I A New Line of Top Coats Jus
y Values beyond competil
Children's Department.
^
We still present for youi
? SUITS iii town, badly, br
replenished now.
; Autumn Neckwear
in new tints and shapes,
==
M. GUTM;
?
Retail Department.
| Important Annour
We have eeeured tho exclusive agency I
New Chambers'
4 . Don't be talked into buying something
I ' from abroad, who is here to-day and out o:
j LUce the OTHER poor, we are always with 3
&' overy promise and statement we make as t
f. You can haye the TEN LARGE VOLU
'* make small WEEKLY OR MONTHLY P
? We fully believe that the NEWLY RE \
and at the price hss no rival. We further t
I this is true. We have some printed argutr
vinclng as an ezamlnstlon of the Eneyclopi
> tf you cannot come to the store.
No. J30I 1; QTANT
Market St. | ^ 1 f
1 ' DINN2R AND QgAMBBR SB1
JOHN FRIEI
(Largest Ass
...DINNER AND CI
at the best value
can be had at
JOHN FRIED
1119 MAIN
JACKETS* BTO.-QEC
Snook
i A meaningless, stereotyped
ers, but one which exactly fit:
goods. Comparisons are the te
* Tvo Met Examples:
Clouded Wool Slelton Jackets, i
breasted fronts, inlaid velvet i
dart sleeves, and only
The same shaped Jacket in fii
and black twill cloth
Golf Capes, Suits, Furs, Waisl
dren's Wraps, Dressing Sacc
| persCompleteness
in Every Del
Bayers of Dress Goods
too, will readily recognize the
SUPEBIOBlTYofonr Silk and
Dress Goods lines.
Throe examples:
One special lino of Novelty
Dress Goods 34,36 and 40 inchcs
wide, sold from Soc to 50c, now
10c yard.
One special line, 40 inches
wide. Norelty llress Goods sold
at 60c and 65c yard, now at 39c
% yard.
One Rpeciai line of 38 and 42inch
wide plain and figured
IJflACK .UUII a I I K, UiUVR vruiiuuo
and other Mack Goods, sold at
65c and 75c yard, now At 48c
yard.
One lot of oxtra hoary figured
Eiderdown Flannelettes, worth
16c yard, now at 10c yard to
close.
CEO. M7 S"
. qoTKAW. a oo.
shion.
k Suits.
t Black and. Blue Serge, Cheviots
he lapels and the general make-up
igrht, and SO ARE THE PRICES,
rdinary values throughout our enill
pay to look here before buying
v small your purchase, we can save
t Received.
Jon in our
r inspection the best line of BOYS'
oken-at the first cool weather, but
0
IN & CO.,
Main and Twelfth Sts.
Lcement.
tor Wheeling and vicinity for the
Encyclopaedia
you don't wont by the smooth gentlemen
f reach to-morrow! Our case Is different.
rou, and ready to make good any and
o this famous work.
MISS on payment of $3.00 down, and then
AYMBNTS until paid in full.
rISBD CHAMBERS is wecond to none,
relieve that we can convince YOU .that
lents along thin line, but none are so conledla
itself. We solicit correspondence
'niVJ'C OLD CITY
U1N O BOOK STORE
8-JOHN FBrSDBL & CO.
)EL & CO.
iortment of
IWMBER SETS...
s for the money
& jt jt
EL & CO.'S,
STREET.
). M. SNOOK & CO.
&Co.
Jest Line of
y-Made Goods
n the City.
? ..f orvmrr? f f
expression witn auiviE, aeai5
OUR stock of ready-made
st. Will you make them?
pounded, double
:s," Skirts, Chil[ues
and Wrap
:ail Awaits Buyers i o-aay.
Market St. Room (Notions)
Is "cliork" full of such good
things ns those:
60 DOZEN LACING KID
Gloves in loading Htaplo shades,
sizes 5 I-') to 8, ^l.:{5 value, at
7oc pair. Famous linos or Kid
Gloves from !)8c to #2.00.
FINEST SANITARY Natural
Wool Underwear Is a specialty
with us. Wo have these in light,
medium and heavy weight for
Hen, Women, Children and Infants.
The celebrated full regalor,
full fashioned "Plqua" Union
Suits lor Hell at #5.00 tho suit.
We have good Wintor linriorwear
for Children ns low as 8e.
I KimtTUlV .TlrVUTKtYir 11 n,i
in black anil brown?wool and
worsted. Direct from tlio mill;
that's why wo can sell them at
?2.50 and 83.50 each.
BLACK CORSKTN 50c pair
All tho loading Corset and Waist
makes are bore.
iooR & CO.
SHOBB?AUgAWPBB.
i Shoe Facts jj.
| For Men Mill! I
5 Pay o fair price for a good shoe and j
i ycu're economizing. S3.50 la a X
) price lor everybody. Not too high? O
) not too low. Jmt right for a tbor- g
I VUyilf y?V? I Vlwvrw
: "The Wheeling"
$3.50 Shoe-^
is nude la twenty-one styles- Yon
caa be salted.
r353?5l
Shoe Seller?1049 Mais.
OPAJj MONTH.
October ^ 1
OPAL
4 MONTH
AND OPALS ARE IN FAVOR.
Mk.? i. thn? a# hnnntv utinnt th? anal
which endears It to thousands who cannot
claim it as a birthstone, and probably
the gem was never In greater favor than
now.
Wo have a grand line of Opal and Diamond
Jewelry. Richest styles ever shown.
Rings $2.50 and upwards.
Dillon, Wheat & Hancher Co.
8HOB8?NAY BROTHERS.
j lawes"' 1
3 1
j; DOLLAR SHOE \
, The newest Is hers?many styles. J
<' Special attention Is directed to our ^
i > new "ROPE STITCH" heavy flexl- A
? ??-h?u? .a!a??nrv ontrhv of- T
* I feet Perfectly smooth Inside and
< comfortable. This Is ono of our < >
I good things for fall. Enough .
1' money is put into our three dollar i
( > shoes to make them easily the best { >
.. obtainable at the price. We ffuar1'
antee every pair. ' '
i> O
o Nay Brothers, "
'1 /One Price Shoes, 1317 Market St ''
<>
?heJttfeUigenrer
Otticet >'o?. IS/i and ?7 Fourteenth SLreot.
Nrw Advertisement*.
Fall Business at Full Tide?Stone &
Thomas?Fifth page.
8uits and Overcoats?The Hub?Eighth
page.
Dinner and Chamber Sets?John Frledel
& Co.?Eighth page.
Our doming? iv.ru us Bros.?Second page.
Cloaks and Suits?Geo. R. Taylor Co.?
Eighth page.
Iler Majesty's Corset?Geo. E. Stlfel A
Co.?'Third pago.
Bargain Sale this week?J. S. Rhodes &
Co.
Pittsburgh & Cincinnati pacjcet june-r
Schedule of Boats.
Profitable Home Work-Brazilian Mfg.
^"Ladles* Fur Opening?O. A. Neuter & Co.
Opera House-Mr. Creaton Clarke and
Miss Adelaide Prince.
20,000.
YFr hare filled mure than twenty thonmikI
pair* or Hiiectaclce, givluu vn a record
anil experience unequalled toy nay
other optician In Wcifc Vlrjjliila. ftatlafaotiou
*uaron'ee?|.
JACOB vr, GHITBB, Optician,
No. isoil AiarUet Street.
C. Hess & Sons' Tall Opening.
riNE TAILORING-POPULAR PRICES.
llegardleM of advance In wooIoiir, we
are prepared to make to order Suite,
Overcoat* nntl Trousers at lut venr'i retlnced
aud popular price*, -oils 980.00
ap. Overcoats lM.OO up. Pouts SS.OO
np. The artistic cut and stylish appear,
aiice of our onrinnnts recommend them*
selves. Inviting inspection.
C. 1IKSS * BOSS
Faslilonable Tailors and Flue Furnishers,
1331 and 1333 Market Htreet
Cltv Tax .Notice.
But a few days more remain In
which to pay city taxes and save the
discount. Interest at the; rate of 10 per
cent per annum will be added after
November 10. The city collectors offlce
will be open continuously from 8 o'clock
a. m. to 8 o'clock p. m. during thin week.
JAMES K. HALT*
City Collector.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Mutter*of Minor Moment lu ami About
(he Oltr*
Opera House to-night ? The Luther
Reformation.
Moznrt hall to-night ? Republican
mans meeting.
Turner Hall this evening?Republican
maw meeting.
Grand Opera House?LltUe Irene Meyer?
Comiwiny In "The Black Flag."
Advance tickets to be reserved later
for the Fannie Bloomfleld-Zelsler eoncert,
are now being sold by those Instrumental
In bringing the artiste.
The McLure parlor muslcale, under
direction of Mrs. Georgo B. Caldwell,
romt"? ofT Thursday evening and will be
delightful, musically and socially.
Of course the Register will tumble all
over Itself In advising "Jack" Blair to
meet Captain Dovener In Joint dlscuanlon
at Henwood next Saturday night.
its ao givu a cnonce m utcun kvi on
that yarn about Blair "cleaning up"
Dovener.
Notwithstanding the rain of Saturday,
which made It necessary to declare oft
tho "Amorlcan Boy" parade, the entertainment
In the evening, at the Carroll
Club Auditorium, wan well attended,
and a neat sum was realized for the
battleship fund.
Saturday morning the Register awoke
1m the fact that a man was killed at the
Top mill last Wednesday, and added:
"Mention of the matter In some unaccountable
way has heretofore escaped
the newspapers." True, It escaped the
llegister, but tnere are o'.hciw; see
Thursday's Intelligencer.
THERE! Is something about Iteuter'a
Furs that ladles want. Perhaps
you have found out what It Is.
TRY F. Schcnk & Sons* Maple Leaf
and Gold Coin brands of Lard and you
will uso no other.
UP TO SECOND
Place Among Steel \Yorka In the
United States
HAS TUB MA STANDARD GONB
QTNVV THE ACQUISITION OF" THE
MINGO JUNCTION PLANT AND
THE CONSEQUENT ADDITIONS
AND IMSPROVUMENTS-NBARLT
1800,000 SAID TO HAVE BEEN EXPENDED
IN ADDINO TO THE CAPACITY
AND EFFICIENCY OF
THE WORKS.
The Improvement* that have 'been goins
on *11 eummer at the Aetna-Standard
plant* In Aetnavllle and Mingo
Junction make this concern second In
size among- the iteel work* of the Doited
States. Such la the claim made by conservative
men In a position to know.
At the Mingo plant It Is so arranged
that much of the Intermediate work of
the old-atyle plant will be done away
with, and the petal will be carried directly
from the furnace where the raw
ore Is reduced, to the steel plant, without
having to be formed Into "pigs."
After direct treatment at the vessels
the metal wll be ready for the moulds,
which will remain on the Iron oars,
without having to be carried to the
niinMmr." mt at arescnt Is necessary
to force tile lngnt from the mould. The
engine to run the rolls la the largest In
Eastern Ohio. It was constructed by
William Todd & Company, o? Toungatown,
at a cost o{ (3,000.
From the tolling department the steel
billets, slabs, etc., go directly to the finishing
mill, where they are shaped according
to specification, and loaded Into
care toy powerful electrlo cranes. The
rolling department and the finishing
mill are each *00 feet In length. Two
Todd engines wll be placed In the finishing
mill. The machinery Is of such enrmous
slse that excavations about 20
feec deep were made for the foundations,
whloh are a solid mass of brick and cement.
Hard brick has been shipped to
the Aetna^Btandard literally by the
train load, and a small army of bricklayers
employed all summer, In addition
to other skilled and common labor?the
two weeKs' pay lull uv?aftit.b, .? -said.
J3.000.
New switching engines have been purchased,
new batteries of boiler* Introduced
and Improvement! to machinery
already In use. 'A new electrle plant la
In course of construction, and will be
complete In every detail. New and Improved
pumps of gigantic size are being
placed In the pump bouse, on tbe river
bank.
It Is said that TOO men are employed at
the Aetna-Standard at Mingo Junction,
Including steel plant and furnace.
It Is learned from a reliable source
that 1800,000 has been expended. Large
pieces of property have been purchased
below Mingo, and It Is said other new
mills and furnaces will be ereoteg In
the near future. Six ten ton ladles for
the new steel plant have been received,
HABBY VOITLE ARBEJTED
B/ Oflieer Mlehula, Charged with Obtaining
Goodi by False Pretense*
On Saturday evening Officer Ed Michaels
very neatly effected the arrest
of Harry Voltle, a young man whose re*
-Awei-f/ui In ffAtMnr* I
ceni eacapuui-B, vuuoiokxu D... ?
meat, beer and groceries on fictitious
orders, by using the names of out-thepike
residents, are well known. Voltle
has figured In court circles before, and
seems to have a penchant for obtaining
goods under false pretenses. Squire
Rogers held him for the next term of
court.
Voltle will get a hearing before Squire
Larue this week, on the charge of getting
$8 worth of lumber from Holllday's
planing mill. He signed the name of
Mr. George W. Woods, of Woodsdale, to
the order for the lumber, and Voltle
borrowed a horse, and. It Is said, stole
the wagon. Officer Michaels laid In
wait for lilm at Altenhelm station, Saturday
from 1:30 to 6 p. m. and Voltle
nibbled at the bait set for him. His
operations have been extensive and his
nerve might have been applied to more
UU TAUW5K.
Tho OrRKti Recital*
The organ recital at St. Matthews'
church next Tuesday, promises an evening
of fine music. Paris R. Myers, organist,
assisted by Miss Grace Updegraft.
soprano, Master Eddie 8chell,
boy-soprano, and the boy-choir of the
church, will render the following programme:
Mr. Myers.
I am Alpha Stainer
Choir.
Pilgrim's Chorus
Adagio -T!home
Grand March Gounod
Paris R. Myers.
T urill Vvtnl Thw? Costa
Miss Grace Updegraflf.
Overture to William Toll Rossini
Mr. Myers.
A Dream of Paradise Gray
Master Eddie Schell.
Offertolre Thomas
OfTertorium Batiste
Offertory Wely
Mr. Myers.
Open the Gate of the Temple ....Knapp
Miss Updegraff.
Triumphal March (Gideon) Marks
| Suwanee River Flagler
Inflammatus Rossini
Master Schell and Choir.
How to Prevent Cronp.
We have two children who are subject
to attacks of croup. Whenever an at!
tack is coming on my wife gives them
! Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it
I nlwn{/s prevents the attack. It Is n
I non&aaUv 4m tVlla nnnntl- nn<1
no matter what else we run out of, It
would not do to be without Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. More of It Is
sold here than of all other cough medicines
combined.?J. M. Nlckle, of Nlckle
Bros., merchants, Nlcklevllle, Pa. For
sale by druggists.
OVER one hundred Collarettes of all
kinds for sale at 13euter's, the Hatter.
ASK your grocer for F. Schenk &
Son*' Maple Leaf and Gold Coin brands
of Lard .
WEWILL TELL YOU
If your hcadaches comes from weak eyes;
also If glasses will relieve them. Do you
have headaches? Do your eyes water,
nnmrt or burn? Does I ho print run together
when reading? Do things uppear
cloulilo or mixed up? Have a desire to rub
the eyes? Twitching? For any troublo
of your ayes, consult us. We make glasses
at popular prices. Mako a careful nxamInntlon
freo of charge and rely on our
skill and not on thu patient's Judgment or
answers. Consultation and examination
free.
PROF. SHEFF, SMCIALISl,
Csr. Main sad tleventb Sis* Wfceslls* W* Vs.
' BOTT8 AKP OVBBCOAT5?THB HUB.
We j4rqu. i
Well Awar?=^S
hat there are thousands XA
Single and Double Breasted >y^ [r J/y
Suits offered at $10 in this . f' ' "|
city and elsewhere, but no T- *-T \T
suits as good as these are I \
offered in any other store for /. I
less than $12 to $15. It was I
an exceptional opportunity j I / 4
that placed these suits at our m
command. Their goodness is so apparent that if you
I see them it will not take much argument on the part
t of our salesmen to make you a purchaser.. The cloths
are plain blue and black mixtures, small plaids and
Mi/wirc rmicrJi far<?rl rhpvints and smooth faced cassi
| MtVWiWf ? VUg?t AMVWM WMW . -w ?
meres, fashionably tailored and very serviceably lined.
Ordinary and extraordinary shaped men fitted with
equal facility, and the purchase money refunded if you
are dissatisfied.
THE HUB CLOTHIERS,
Fourteenth and Market Streets.
The Seme Price to Everybody and Marked in Plain 'figures on Every Garment.
CLOAKS, BTO.?OBO. B. TAYLOB 00.
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Geo. R. Taylor Company.
CLOAKS.
Our Une of CtoaJcs Is oomplete and cannot be equalled In stvle, quality or
workmanSb/p. The fit of every jannont sold la guaranteed au4 we do not atom
a cloak to so out until It has been flitted to the customer by an expert Otter.
SUITS
Of every Idnd and description, all of the newest aad latest IdeHB of the
tailor's art has been employed "here, and only-the newest, most styltafc aad suitable
materials for Tailor-made Gttnneafts has been used.
aik-Uned Dresses from 124.60 to (75.00. New styles received dally.
FURS.
Small Pur? are a necMetuy adjunct to a lady's toilette this season, and
you via tlad only Un newest and latest models In our line. They ranee In
price from 17.60 to <86.00, and comprise the beat Qualities of Electric Seal, Perdan
Sable, Mink, Blue Fox, Russian Martin, Alaska. Seal, Stone JSartjn and
Astxachmn
One Week More.
The display and demonstration of the Arnold Knit Goods tor women and
children ittt be continued this week. Madame Oonklln has sold Quite ai number
of these garments and the.customers are delighted) with (heir purchases. It
win pay you to call and see her, even If you are not In present need of tben
garments.
Geo. R. Taylor Company.
MEN'S CLOTHING?D. BUNDLING ft OO.
' ?
Satisfied All Around.
We fit your mind as well as your body, or
MONEY BACK. We alter your clothes the
same as your tailor. We hold our salesmen
personally responsible that a
Good-Fitting Suit of Clothes
is given you. If you have a complaint to make
let us hear from you. $ J 0.00 and upwards for
Business Suits?Double Breasted Sacks, silk faced
and without, in leading fabrics.
Wf/>l( Cnlond!<4lt/ TrimitlOfl
TTCII ITIUUU) upiCllUiUi J ii iivu)
but after all is said and done it's hard to sell you
a suit on paper?so come in and we will sell you
one in reality.
D. Gundlinff & Co..
I - c_?
Star Clothiers, 34 and 36 Twelfth Street.
| J. H. LOCKE SHOE COMPANY.
| %
Gentlemen,
If the Shoe Fits, /
Put It on; if the price Dleases you put on its mate;
pay the price, 8B.OO, and walk out with the sat1
' *' *
lsiaciion ulluu ,yuu J1C4VU I/I.io UCSU UUA v^ail Ul y 4V/J.
Kid Shoe, extra heavy extension sole and leather
lined throughout, that any man In Wheeling can
buy for the price.
Locke Shoe Company.
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