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OVgRCOATB-M. ?
ORRHb! In
For Men and Youths
Store at All Conceiv*
We Have a coat mat is m rj r/c
UMJSUU. for the money. A III J# III
heavy weight, in Blue, \ I
Black and Brown Kersey, | ?
FOR THE BOY-^ii
Coverts and Kerseys . . .
Quite a large line of Childr
chilla and Boucle Goth . >
IN MEN'S SDITS-Sl'
Cheviots, good, reliable Suits fr
'""r'
M. GITMj
Retail Department,
J. 8. RHODES A ^3.
J, S. MODES & CO.
<? <
Bargain saie
for This Week.
BOO Children* HO,*
Grey Union Suite, '/Xp
worth 35c, for u\j\J
1T00 pair* Ladles Fast Black JAa
(Fleece-lined) Seamless Hose, 1 I In
worth 16c., lor Ivv
*
500 A1| WoQj jjosc# 9RP
All Sizes, for ZjUU
SCO ladles' 0 C a
Jersey Vests and Pants, /f|f?
Sic. grade, for LiUU
LADIES' AND ...
MISSES' JACKETS
Coming in Daily==
The Latest Styles.
GIvp us a call und you will find our prices
the lowest.
J. S. Rhodes & Co.
EDUCATIONAL
DAY5":AN0!!!:: NIGHT
SCHOOL.
Why not prepare yourself for a practical
BUSINESS LIFE? We can give you tho
lx-*t schooling obtainable In any of the
11 .1 .J n.mVL-Ai'tilnir atul
:niii)wink i^c|ibiiiuvhib. ?..
OfWce Practice, Shorthand and Office
Practice, Telegraphy, Common and Higher
English and Academic Brandies, any
and nil Language*, Mathematics. Penmanship
and Mcchan lea I and Architectural
Drawing. Enter any time.
Ohio Valley Business
and English Academy.
' tl\C03P0R4l?D>
WILLING, W. V4.
West Virginia
Conference Seminary.
Thorough, practical, economical.
Thirteen competent Instructors.
Mural Influences the best...'.
COL'HSESClassleal,
Scientific, Literary, Normal,
Music, Art, liuslncps, Elocution.
LADIES' ilAl.L furniMheU ,(lirouRhout
with sfani heat, eleetrlc lights, hath
rnoniK-an IDEAL f'HIUSTIAN HOME
EOR YOl'NCi LADIES. Room and hoard
In ^hl? Hull per work J3.M: per year. Including
tuition, $140."0. Speolal InduccTfc'ArHKHR
I
Kxpcnson of Young Men per year 1123.00.
Winter t?rm begins November J3; Spring
term M* -n 8.
For tartJculurs write
S. L. BOYERS, President,
?e'-'l Buckhdnnon, W. Va.
Mont de Chantal Academy,
I'AIDER THE DIRECTUM Or Tilt
SISTERS OF TJIf. VISITATION.
First-class tuition In nil branches. Excellent
accommodations; home comfort.1;;
good table; Ihtko and healthy room*; ?xtensive
grounds; pure air.
For terms and other Informs*
tion. address
Directress ol moot ae tnamai amuciuj. ,
Wheeling. W. Va. [
^ I
- DENTISTRY.
E. E. WORTHEN.
DENTIST.
Peabody Building, Room No. 311.
1126 Market Street... Wheeling, W. V?
TAKf. |U>TATOr..?-?- W't
BTATIONBilY. BOOKS, WTO.
j bjutl'goom.
ilaminockB. Croquot, War Map* nnd
Novell lc*. PilUburkh PlKiiaich, rommercliil
Cairttn, I'oat, Time*. Cincinnati hn?
ciulrer. Commercial Tribune. Now York
and other l**,ulln? dolll??. Ma?a*lnci, Stationery,
Gospel Ilymna.
C. II. Ql-IMnV,
J4II Market Htrrwt.
rnjn; jntkm.I'JKN'?'i:k i'TuntIno
1 EUTAUMKIIMKNT. 4
Neat. Accurate, I'rompL 1
It ; fr.' "1^ >rf **->*? ;
_ L~*~~
yVTMAir tl 03 j
Are Shown in Our
able Prices......
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Another Sightly Over- /K J , 1 A A
coat ? a umck ana u? m m nil
Brown Friera, the l ,UU
wed, rough, aboggy ill I I =
moteMal U VJ/ 1. X
Ie fellow?we are showing
v atid nobby Top Coats in
. . . $3.00 to $8.00.
1
en's Reefers in Frieze# Chin- <
CI Aft tA CK KA ]
? r VJIJflVV tU tpVcvSV*
1
- .1
iave Home decidedly nobby <
in Cassimeres, Serges and
om. . $7.50 to $15.30.
' - . , i
5 & CO.,
Main and Twelfth Sts. <
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FIVE WERE INJURED i
By ?u Explosion of Gas at the Bellalre j
Steel Work* Yesterday, ?ud One of (he ]
Injured Men Way life.
There was an explosion of natural gas
at the lower end of the Bellalre steel J
works yesterday shortly before noon,
that fatally Injured one man and five (
others were more.or less Injured. f
A. Bishop, a coal dumper, who hap- 1
pened to be In the vicinity of the explo- J
slon, was horribly burned; some of the ^
flesh fairly dropping, off the man, and it 1
is thought he can not recover. <
John Murray, another coal wheeler, *
was also badly burned, whfte Fred and ]
Charles Glatzer, Thomas "Woodrum and j
Hartley Key were more or less burned <
and1 injured Dy uemg uiiuwu uvwu,
The gas had escaped from one of the 1
pipes not far from one of the furnaces :
and seemed to accumulate In a cavity I
and was Ignited from the furnace, the ]
flash springing up all around the men. i
The whole thing was over'In leas time 1
than It takes to read these lines, and It ?
Is fortunate this Is true, for the short \
duration of the unconfined gas flash Is
all that let any of the men escape. i
All of the Injured men were removed 1
to their homes and given medical atten- j
lion at once. None of them will die ex- ]
ceptlng Bishop, and he may recover. <
DEATH OF LEE RODGERS. J
The sudden death of Lee Murfin Rod- <
gers, terminating as It did a generous j
and hopeful career at the very threshold ,
of manhood, has cast a cloud or gloom <
over the whole city. The circumstances
of the sad accident which caused his
death are already Known, but for those
who loved him and would not have his
name pass from easy remembrance because
of his youth, I subscribe this
slight tribute to his memory.
Like all boys blessed with unusual
physical strength and daring. Lee's chief
Interest was centered in athletics. Here
few could follow where he chose to lead.
To this, his playfellows are willing wit
? ? ?l?m tr\ thf? ACUtenesu f
of his perceptions and the ease with
which he mastered his studies.
In the enthusiasm of conscious
strength and vigor, he delighted in the
Ideals and aspirations which accompany
budding manhood, but In all of them ho
was generous and sympathetic, construing
religion, after a boyish fashion,
tp mean help, rather than pity.
If he could be helping. Lee felt he was
expressing religion. He was always
brave and generous, but the courage
and unselfishness which he exhibited
during the last few hours allotted him
here on earth, are worthy of spcclllc
mention.
No sooner were his terrible Injuries
received, than his immediate concern,
was for his mother. Though conscious
of the nature of his wound and its certain
termination; he thought not of
himself. "When carried to his home, he
sought to allay her fears by minimizing
the severity of his injuries? though
to others he expressed his appreciation
of his condition, adding with a faith and
serenity equal to his courage that ho
was "ready to die If it were God's will." ]
And this was but the final expression j
of what Lee had always been at home.
ICind. sonorous, helpful, considerate. ?
".May he rest In peace."
A FRIEND.
A RA/TTLING Rood boxing contest.
Wanko and Stelzer twenty rounds or
more at Metropolitan A. C. to-night.
fltirklrn'c Arnica fnlvr.
The best salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chillblalns, Co-ns, and all Skin Eruptions.
and positively cures Piles, or no
pa/ required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Logan
Drug Co.
OORDOX-K KLLBY heavy weight
preliminary to Wanko-Stelaer to-night,
at M. A. C.'s Fulton club house.
ENTtRnMNT 0~R EST!
CLYKKR-rPn Sunday,^ Octoberat
b:?!o n. m.. wuioo ?. vuj ivim?, ??w
Goehmann, wife of J. A. Clykor.
Funeral sendees at her lato rosldonce, 2708 i
Eoflf etrrot, Tuesday afternoon at 2
o'clock.':Friends of tho family are Invited
to attend. Interment at Green- {
wood .ccrrtet cry. J
in thf irrfrit emptiness of night I how
And son aloud for one r^turnink touch <
Of tho dear hands that, Heaven having :
now, I
1 n?-cd so inti< h?so?mnch.
UNDERTAKING.
[ PUIS BERTSCHY,
funeral Director an)
Arterial Embalmor.
1117 Main A treat, W??t St<|*.
Cafl* hy Telephone Answered Da? 1
?? Wi?rh? Mtora Tclflihono K36i
h'eeldenc* WLAaeietaijfe Tele -j
phone, Bi auf
ALEXANDER FREW,
Funeral Director and Embalmer,
I208 MAIN ST.
Under Competent Management.
plionr* Storr. ilS'; Itealdence^
BRUEMMER & HILDEBRAND,
IIMRAL DIRiCIORS AND [MBALMLRS,
< orner Market end 22d Streets
Telephone 207. Open Day end Night.
ant
ROUSING MEETING |
___ Plus
Rrj|
In Fact the bent Ward Meeting of appl
the Campaign. ?ai held f0^
??????? fa}p
\T MOZART HALL LAST NIGHT. S
viri
ADDRESSES BY SENATOR WHITAKER
AND iTESSRS. BRADT AND *? '
AIcLURB WERE RE3CEI ViflD bo&i
WltH ENTHUSIASM BY THE
LARGE ^UDIENCE-HR. w
BRADY'S TRIBUTE TO SENATOR
WHITAKER'S EMINENT 6ERVICES?LATE
POLITICAL NEWS, nit
Lur
k?pi
The but and largest ward meeting of tar,
be campaign was held by the Republl- yeai
:an? ot Ritchie district last night, at
Mozart ball. Eighth ward. The meeting ,,
vas productive ot a very large attend- crea
tnce ot voter*, and the enthusiasm at lrt*
:lmes was Intense. The speakers were JjJj
Senator N. E. Whltaker, Hon. Joseph waJ]
Z- Brady and Mr. Harry W. McLure. to %
Previous to the addresses, good music
>vas made by a drum corps. The stage
was prettily decorated with flags and pros
bunting and conspicuous positions were Dov
fiven to portraits of McKlnley and Dov- beei
?ner. Committeeman Qeorge Bell called iiu^
the meeting to order, and Mr. Fred M
5ohaub, member of the board of educa- .n~
tion for Ritchie district, was electcd to A *
the chair. Promptly at 8 o'clock the
meeting opened to a large crowd, despite ^
.he erroneous statements in local papers rhra
that the meting wss to have been held
at Mozart park. Seated on the stage,
besides the speakers, were Hon. W. H.
Blon and Squire Allan. Chairman r
Schaub introduced Senator N. E. Whita- 6De.
cc-r 9ft the first SDeaker. ..
SENATOR WHITAKER. rent
Senator Whltaker sketched briefly be <3
wgumenta made by the Democrats
which led up to the political revolution ^
1892. One of these arguments was and
jhat no harm could come to the country this
because Grover Cleveland had been styli
fleeted for the years from 1884 to 1888, In
t>ut Senator Whltaker said that Cleve- tela!
[and had to deal with a Republican hopi
Congress In his first term; and It Is WhJ
ingress which rules, not the President. Stal
30 the people listened to the alluring and wen
deceptive voice of Democracy and gree
Grover Cleveland, with a Democratic for
ithninlstratlon, was elected In the mem- Thl?
arable and lamented landslide of 1802. mar
Continuing, Senator Whltaker recalled
the scenes of poverty In Wheeling in
1893, and- the hardships suffered by the ^
laboring classes in that "Democratic _
panic." When he said that he never p
wanted to see the charitable institutions
ousy again as they were then, his audi- atte
?nce was particularly attentive." "For sex
the first time in Wheeling," said Senator w '
Whltaker, "I saw honest worklngmen >V,,J
receiving baskets of food and clothes for Mel
:heir children?dependent on charity; <?rs 1
ind I hope to God I'll never see such ex- the
!>erlences again!" The audience cheer- the!:
jd this remark to the echo. mee
Senator Whltaker went Into further piej
letails of Democratic maladministra- Mi
tion, and he scored the Cleveland Issue man
3f bonds, showing In comparison how Miss
President McKlnley's war loan was bett
floated. He shattered the "tariff for Ptoj
revenue only" cry, and 'when he got a mi
30 wn to prourcuou aiuciimu m..
)!ate hl9 hearers frequently interrupted
lis remarks witft^enthusiastlc applause. mj.
Phe speaker dealt with historical facts
?nd they struck home. President Mc- Gen'
Kinley's name was loudly cheered for net,
lis connection In giving to this country Fri<j
;he great tin plate Industry?an industry
tvhlch . has become so Important to w
Wheeling- and vicinity. The senator's ,'d'
ludlence followed the speaker closely Ch
trough his review of tariff legislation. ^
The Democrats had wrough t bitcer ex- sea,
>erlences to the nation every time they
inkered with the tariff, and In less than
:wo years after they took hold in 1892. 1)1
the people knew that "a change" had stal
mo. And now two years after the Re
publicans took hold in 1896, the people uru'
enow that "a change" has come. Since
'resident McKinley has been in the ex- F
scullve chair there has come about a
-estoration of confidence, for the Demo- "Wl
rats paralyzed business and filled the M. J
ureets and country roads with beggar?,
ramps and Coxeyite armies, while now QQi
ipproaching the drear months of winter OO^
10 mention of poverty Is heard, fur all < M
>ver the land the mills are running,there < h
ire good priced for crops, and the wage- i ^ >
vorker and the farmer are singing songs
>f happiness. Senator Whitaker drew ' M '
effective pictures of the two years fol- < N
owing the '92 landslide in comparison { H >
?Hfh follnwlne the annihilation of At \
[he silver dreamers In '96; and his II
EUtchletown> hearers knew well the dlf- T
ference between those corresponding >
jerlods under Democratic and ?>publl- >
.'an regimes. < h >
CAN'T CHANGE ITS SPOTS. < H >
Democracy, argued Senator Whitaker, ( h >
leopard-like, can not change its spots. < h >
[t stands for free trade and free ellver < M ?
lust as It stood for them In 1892 and 1896. < H >
Those principles are inseparable from
Democracy. The Democrats say there A{ >
ire no issues, but "free trade and free
silver are Just as much (sues now as
;hey ever were, for the Democratic par- < ^ >
Ly of to-day Is the Democratic party of Oo
two, or six years ago. Senator Whlta- < >
,cer called attention to these facts In the ;
course of his address, and he warned
citizens of the importance of the op- ' >
iroachlng election. He reminded them ?<
Lhat the .support of a patr.djlc sdminis- '
tration needed the election of Republi- Ai ^
can congressmen. To elect Republican I
United States senators they must elect ]'
i Republican legislature. Senator ^ N >
Whltaker's tribute to President McKin- {l< >
ley called for enthusiastic domonstra- \ >
Lions of approval. He insisted that It a. >
was the duty of an American citizen to 7
ittend the polls one week from to-day to
iast his vote for the right, because every < M
citizen is a part of the government, and < M >
ihould record his stamp of approval on < ,
i wise anniyinisiraiiuu, niuuu >? wu- ??
fronted with mighty atTalrs, In connection
with the recent war.
After the applause signaling Senator 1 M >
Whltnker'H close had subsided, Chair- < << >
man Schaub Introduced Hon. Joseph C. \ ^ ,
Brady. The latter gentleman opened up .
store from the start, and he had the J4 '
crowd cheering wildly when he com pi I- < >
mented Senator Whltaker for his work i H >
In the state senate. 4 ? >
BRADY'S GOOD SPEECH. 4< >
Said Mr. Itrady, "Senutor Whltaker i >1 >
hasn't bragged about it. but he has >
?aved Ohio county $ir?,000 a year, In con- i >
nectlon with the school tax; getting half ^ > >
of the >30,000 back which tin* county ^ ^
ivas assessed." (Cheers.) Mr. Hrady
further complimented Senator Whltaker. { ^ *
11.l.finer 1h.1t he wasn't ufier the office, (?
ami when Mr. Brady asked if Ohio 44 >
xiunty wanted to replace him with John , >
Waterhouse, the crowd returned a ^
storm of "nctoA."
Mr. Brady next discussed the stato'fl y >
finances. He showed up the loose man- >
agement of Democratic administration* >
iih compared with the Republican. He ^ ,
referred to state orders being hawked T
about at fifty cents on tin* dollar under f{>
Democratic regime. He also Instanced
the shaving of the public printer's ap- >
propriatlon. For the past two years rhe
legislature appropriated NM.OM, and Mr. i,.
Brady said Secretary of State Dawson ,?
was authority for tin* statement that >
Hf>.000 ??f the apprnprlatlou wan turned '4< >
back Into the treasury. This saving was
effected through economical manage- j >
mcnl. Further proof of the benefits <if '
republican rule was instanced in the ,
, that Instead of there being a defl-.
cy of JM.000, as there was when the
iocrati sot oat. there Is oow * surI
of <420,000. A ton* this Hue Mr.
dy scored good points, and he was
auded frequently.
irnlnc to the Republican ticket up
lection. Mr. Brady referred to CapDovener'e
eminent services In Conm.
In reference to river Improvers
and other matters affecting West
[Inla. He urged the election of a
ubiican legislature, and a hoard of
lty commissioners as well, and when
eferred to the "counting out" proundcr
a Democratic majority in the
rd, Ms audleoce understood.
McLURB KEPT 'BM GOING,
hen Mr. Brady concluded there were
9 of "McLurc!" and the cries grew
olume until the genlil legislative
II date was compelled to leave his
? . * .u- xir vr.
BIIU antcuu1 %w me MX ?b
was happy 1n his opening, and he
t the audience on the roar, while reIng
to the Register with it? nlneteen -old
political editors. He said that
joped that If one of the editor# waa
lent he wouldn't report the meeting
a "ftvst," but would term it "ice
tm." Mr. McLure bombarded the
trade and free silver camps
i considerable force and eloice.
He asked citizens who
ted free trade or free silver
ote for Blair., If they want another
n of soup houses vote for the Demoic
candidate for Congress. But If
r want & continuation of the reign of
perlty they sflould vote for Captain
ener. Republican principles have
i tried and found true, the Demoio
found wanting,-therefore it isn't
ly they want "a change."
r. McLure amused the crowd in telithem
that Colonel Arnett and John
loward, who had bitten the dust beCaptain
Dovener, couldn't "be dragout
of the city to make speeches
ugh the district, despite the frantic
?als made. Both Coolnel Arnett and
Howard said they had nothing to
about, and they couldn't be prevailin
to take the stump. Why, said the
iker, "Johnny" Howard was billed
jeak at Weston?according to a curatory?and
he didnH want to go, so
leclared his refusal to Chairman M.
>ost, of the congressional committee;
reupon Mr. Font, in desperation, said
[r. Howard. "Well give me your pacts
speech, and I'll go." The recital of
incident was done In Harry's best
praising the congressional and leglive
tickets. Mr. McLure said he
ed to se the day when Nelson E.
taker would be elected to the United
;ea senate, and he Bald that if he
t to Charleston he would have no
iter pleasure than in casting his vote
Mr. Whltaker for that high office.
? sentiment was received with a rekable
display of enthusiasm.
ANOTHER GOOD MEETING,
large and enthusiastic meeting of
ublicans was held last night at
isant Valley. Marshaft county, and
nded by a large number of the fair
The speakers were Messrs. M. H.
lis, of Doddridge county, and B. F.
ghen, of Moundfcville. Both speakvere
in excellent form and discussed
isues in a manner that appealed to
r hearers with particular force. The
[ting was one of the best ever held in
isant Valley.
p. T. B. Ritchie officiated as chalr,
and the honors of secretary fell to
i Blanche Livingston, than whom no
er selection could nave Deen maae.
11 every view-point the meeting was
igniflcent success.
THE SMITH MEETING,
te announcement that Postmaster
eral Smith, of the President's cablwlll
be one of the speakers at next
tty's meting in the Op'.ra House, has
i received with entnuslasm. Hon.
P. Hubbard has been chosen to pref.
and to-day or to-morrow County
Irman Hornlsh will announce a numof
vice presidents who are to occupy
? on the stage.
R. BULL'S Cough Syrup is the
tidard remedy for throat and lung
ibles. It is a specific for .grippe and
nchltlB.
RESH Meat at Welch's Grocery.
ANKO-STELZER finish bout at
t. C.'s Fulton arena to-night.
WE'LL CHANGE
If you've been worrying about the n
ljouHofurniKhlngs, and you are at lit
All we uok Is that you pay as yc
dation, and not a penny Is added t<
Solid Oak Red room Suit*, three
nlecos. 20x25 Frencn Hovoi riais Mirror
on Prewar. Our for ,*remt loader
for $16.75. Th? new price, cash or
credit,
$14.87.
Solid oak, polish fln- Ju 1
Ish Hall Hack, box ? k
scat, heavy cant
. ^ ^ ? Solid Cart
brawn books and 18 parlor Stand
ton fc**. with
xiO Fronch pattern nnd a b?
? Banquet I#atr
plate mirror, won center draft
_ cast brass ba
worth 136.00. Our docoratod
Com pic to thli
price only
$16.87. 1 $4.98
"house
Till
MARKCI AND fOURTUNTH STRttlS
ttxztzxztmzt&z
. BCWCtoTHlyO-D. OPM
Well-Dress'
Reflect Credit Upon'
It is not an expensive business
fashionably, if yoij buy their clc
We exercise the greatest care
matter how low the price, v
amount of intrinsic value that is
receive.
IM pairs of bee huts, doable si
Stat Trosser Slits . . , .
Boys' Loaf Trooser Setts . .
Beantifal Ike of Reefers, Top Coal
from 3 to It ... .
Your money back,, when you \
you do not like.
D. Gundlin
U?*CompIets Lines from Shirts
CLOAKS. BTO.-OBP. R. '
Geo. R. Taylor
1 The Ei
No garment
approaches in
coat. The sp
is corded give
so much soug
tion of the ?
gets out of sh
and in taffeta
half poundsing
and fining
wnn wnen n
In short, it
every
dated by goo
^HHP^ made
Silkotine, Silk
____???__ Lawn and Lim
*##*### From $
O rt y~v D I '/"? * 71 /"\ V*
ucu. r\. i a^iwi
rt f AIR FACE MAY PRO
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN C
SAPO
nn;^v?v:::?%v:w
%/rxBirfc ti/Anm/ TA I
1TUUK WUKKI IU I
eeds for Winter, como and see us at once. Wo
>erty to take all you need without paying cash. WE
>u're able?a little each week or month. We mak<
0 the cash prices. CARPETS MADE, LAID AN;
"The Wonder" Handsome Solid White
Brass Bed. 114-Inch post*, %-lnch pll- tublnsr,
Inn*, Cfl Inches hlsrh, 4 feet 6 inches |llRh
wide, laequored and finished as well but en
. as any 150.00 Ded. Special this week
1 S14.S5.
J ; = i mmB
Bed Lounge
"rk tr>' r,irP,,,?
J WafuBm whnn open.
J mattress, ?<
1
Brass llnnriffom* Bra** Ilanquet
, onyx
under- i.amp. centor draft burn- Handsome
autlful Hilk velvet
ip with er, with an 8-Inch deco- shade*. 2*
burner, Inchon ton*
mo and rated globe. Complete tufting: re?
I alohe. week
i week this week only
?f aq A TTnndsoni
I.. j&sag,
:&HERRM
a xiomb rriovinana.
. + + + +
\ ...
DUNO ACQ. ~ |
ed Boys j
rhdr Parents*
; to dress your boys. . |
ithes at the right shop. Jj
in our selections,' No j|
give the greatest 1
; possible for you to |
at and bees, at Sic.
. $2.59 to J5JI I
. . $451 asd ap. J
3, sizes
. . $151 to SliNi 1
vant it, for anything 1
g & Co. |
to Orercoats.'S#
rAYLOB oo. a
Company. |
npress Skirt. |
I
ever brought out equals or
any wav this patented petti- 1
iral wire with which the Skirt ?
is the graceful, flaring effect yj
ht; adjusts itself to any posJrearer,
and never breaks or j?
ape. It is "light as a feather,"
silk weighs only one and oneExtra
skirts, and all stiffen-'
in dress skirts are doae away
is worn, being unnecessary;
i an ideal underskirt for any ; j
casion, end is highly approd
dressers.
in Silida, Percaline, Sateen, '
Moreen, Taffeta Silk, Premier,
sn, at prices rangidg + + + C
3.00 to $27.00. I
Company.
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Enamel Steel Red, ^eamlera
, brasa trimming, ffi Inches i .
Theae beds* are not painted, . ^
amclcd. This week only '
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ha* soft cotton top aU^II < ,< ,
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Couch, npholntorcd In. OU .<ij
or corduroy, hII now j >i l r'
tncben wide. ? fn?t ?!
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julur $12.00 kind; < >n
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In American tap??try. M QA <><>
[)rtc? 17.60. Our price.. J ^ ^
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