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, CHHtDBgN'8 WOOL DBF
Stone &
A Friday Sale o
Children's Wool
I j* Including P
> Plaids, all m
I 85c
Regular 11.75 and SLW Grades,
Friday Each..
Regular C.5S and S2.
Friday Each
* Regular i
l JTrida
MAKTE LAMBSEpB.
third FI#or Friday far Tkese.
Oriental Mantel Lambrequins, Full il.
$ 8!*?\ FVinced All Rround. to be
sold Friday at tJ7V
""?-< t mMii<a or Hish Ce K
(' *ArT" Dcnim?r* Oriental- Designs,
Fringed AH Round, Friday each..
mm mm.
A Friday Sale of White and Green
Boainetcd Picture Frames, with Fancy
OHt Corners and Bevel Edge
Mats.
For 1 Picture Friday 25c
For 2 Pictures Friday 55c
For 8 Pictures Friday 5?C
For 4 Pictures Friday 85c
Also Frames toe 5, 6, 7 and S Pictures at
special prices.
LANES' AND CHILDREN'S
WOOL MITTENS. MiKS
"* 'J * " Ulaolr Mlttum at
EI2c, 15c ami 19c pair
Ladle*' All Wool Mittens at
19c sod 25c pair
Children's Fur Top Lined Kid Mittens nt
39c and 49c pair
LadleC Lined Kid Mitts
75c and 98c pair
Ladles' All Wool Cashmere Gloves at
16c and 25c pail
! Investigation will show the above quail'
; ties at the prlees named are very much
Hi' below what they regularly sell (or.
CONFECTIONERY DEPT.
\ Ribbon Mixed Candy. Sold every- Ql,,
where at 15c. To-day per pound.. 'W*
Admiral Mixed Candy. Something f Qtnew
and flue. To-day per pound., Wiw
?'f Pine Taffy. Assorted flavors. To- Qlr
day per pound OtfC
Stone &
\
I _ gl/jgg?OBO? %
Snook
3 DAYS or BIG
Wednesday, Thu
There are sales and sales. /
what you DON'T want. M
which one can secure JUST
i values are not a matter of g
jjpr: U1WV yt *VVW?
69c Yard.
About 60 pieces dark, medium
and evening shades Silks, embracing
plains, plaids, stripes
and other novelties; which always
sold from 90c to $1 50
yard, choice of any of these
for 3 days only at 69c yard.
I 98c Yard.
About 50 pieces of newest
high class Novelty Silks,
V worth from $1.50 to $2.25
yard. 3 days only at 98c yard,
49c Yard.
Lustrous bleck Taffeta Silk
J value 75c yard. 3 days ably
f at 49c yard.
I 75c Yard.
*. 23-inch wide black Taffet;
Silk, beautiful lustre, regulai
$1.00 value. 3 days only a
75c yard.
Supply your Christ ma;
I- wants now, as we have Silk;
for any and every purpose.
We Anticipate
the liveliest Holiday trade of
different merchandise constan
diate sale. Holiday lines he
front seat. Come 'early for
kind Holiday Goods stored
firn m s
IT JL1 VI
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I88ES?8TOWB A THOMAfl.
Thomas. '
f
C
uresses, i bin
AQ Wool, also Cheeks and
satly trimmed.
... $K35
B Grade*. $J.75
fttOand <W Grades. $2.75
$3.98 |
FUR NECK SCARFS.
Some Attractive rriday Values.
Imitation Stone and Brown Mar- f a /f
i ten Scarfs, 2 heads and 8 tails. JM.QJ)
-
j Just received ana on snio to-any,
1 100 Tab Effect Blsetrle Seal Collarettes,
Astrochan Yokes, Satin fcr aa
SPACHTEL f OIK
at extra special Friday prices*
Spachtel Scarfs, ^0_
Slxe 18x51, each ^'C
Spachtel Stand Covers. noS3
Inches square, each.. wt
6-lnch Ofipachtel
Mats ; OC
. UNCOVERED CUSHIONS. :
Well titled r earner
Cushions Uncovered.
ltf-lnch Square. 9?r
Bach 18-Inch
Square, JQr
Each ^7C
20-Inch Square, AA~
Each
22-lnch Square, AQr
Each **7C
25 dozen Tapestry Cushion Covers, |j?.
all colore. Renaissance Designs, 1ST
Friday each.....* MVv ^
25 dozen Satin Finished Cushion *p i
Covers, swlth Double Ruffle, Pretty /J)T W
Colors and Designs, Friday
LINEN DEPARTMENT.
i 1,000 -Bleached Terry Wash Cloths,
at each %
600 pieces Bleached Twilled Toilet 3Toweling,
at yard ^
25 pieces All Linen Barred Towel- /r
Ing, the regular 81-Sc kind, at yard. Ot
, 10 pieces W-lnch wide Bleached Table jrLinen,
at yard
50 ddten 42x3G Bleached Hemstitched f ftPillow
Cas6s, Friday each >vC
, 50 dozen 72x90 Heavy Unbleaohed noSheets,
Friday each .; *7C
====== C
Thomas. ;
I. SHOOK1 O CO..
: & Co.;
%
SILK SELLING, Q J
rsday and Friday. O I
U some sales you generally get _
fow here's a SILK SALE at
WHAT IS WANTED, and f
uess work either, as witness I
39c Yard.
About 15 pieces, embracing all J
the light delicate tints of pure I
India Silk, at 39c yard. Great =
I value, and very desirable for =
; fancy holiday work. For the
same purpose we ofier delicate p,
shades of Brocaded Satin at
59c yard, wortlr 89c yard. ?
; 39c Yard. "
)
, About 10 pieces plain brown,
myrtle, mode, grey and other
shades of Surah Silk, which
are good value at 75c yard. S
| 3 days only at 39c yard.
98c Yard. *
28-inch wide black Taffeta? *
1 width and weight just right *
J for skirts, value $1.25. 3 days ;
only at 98c yard.
A black Satin Duchesse of
a ?
5 equal width and value at same *
price. I
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our existence. Tons of new,
tly arriving and going on imme- ?
je which must be accorded a "
up-to-date merchandise of any 'J
free until wanted. r
H
NOOK & CO.:
... JX
.:K;
8H038-ALKXANDKB.
)OLLAR SHOES.
We put on sole to-day, three '
thousand pairs of shoes for
Men, Women, Boys and Girls,
that cost the maker* on an
average of SI.59 to produce,
at the ualform price of
)ne Dollar Per Pair.
Most oayone can be fitted la
them, end they ere nearly all
lete shapes. The reason for
this sale? Well, we'll let that
go?never mind the reason,
bit see the shoes. U aay member
of the family needs shoes
this is an opportunity to save
some money for Christmas. esse I ]
Alexander,
hoe Sailer. 1049 Mala. J
WBDDma BTATIOKBSY. '
Wedding J
Stationery.
We furnUh^lOO ^handsomely en- ;
KTBV6U TV CUUUIB UITIHUIUWX WM> ,
pie to, from the finest material, for
$10.00.
IS.GO for each succeeding hundred.
100 engraved Visiting Cards and
Engraved Plates IL50. All of best
quality.
DILLON, WHEAT &
jt?HANCHER CO..
1323 Market Street
8HOB8-NAY BROTHERS.
Thursday
At % A. M.
f3.00 for $1.98.
Vt will put on ule odd tlzct of
wet weather boots for ladle* extra
high top. all kid. heavy tote, jut
the thing to keep your feet dry
ana warm*
Price $1.98?was $3.00 and a
good thing; at that
> x
Nay Brothers,
lac Price Shoes. >317 Market
OVAL FRAMES.
)val Frames
or Portraits. '
****** We are showing a beautiful assort
ment of Oval Frames. The newest
mm finishes, most artistic designs, low* **
est prices are here. Come and see
mmm them.
QUALITY HIGH-PRICES LOW
JICOLL'S ARTSTORE,
1231 Market Street
nol-mw&f
)0nft THANKSGIVING
)elay. almost here
We have made ample preparations
for the occasion. j
ancy Queen Cluster Table Raisins. Sul- ^
tana Seedless Kalslns (for cakes). :
?mm Seeded Raisins, <
COMVRVT HUTS. Cleaned Currants, J
^MonNUPPUS. Citron, Lomonand <
CAMMED CNIRtKS. ??!
CANOED APWC01S. Dates and Nuts, J
Anoxia. Jordan shelled Al- 1
mJ monds.
Ptura Pnddiag la I, 2 end 3 lb. Tina.
lLBERT STOLZE & CO. 1
1 I
Ikr SntcUiflenrer ;
, 1
Jftlcet No*, as nod ?7 Konrteanth Street.
!*ew Art vert iMmeut*.
Wraps and Furs?Geo. E. Stifel & Co.?
hlrd pace.
A Friday Sale?Stone & Thomas?Eighth
ifte. v_
Linen Collars ? McFadden's ? Eighth
iw.
Cincinnati Packet W. J. Cummins-Sevith
pa?o.
Reliable Fire Insurance?Alfred PaulL
Sealed Proposals.
nnual Statement of the Clerk of the
oard of Education?Fifth page.
Seasonable Goods-Nenbltt and Bro.
Fresh?H. F. liehrens Co.
Winter Plush Caps?E. S. Dinger Co.
Don't?R H. List.
Cut This Out?Goctzo's Drug Store.
Save Money?Frank Stanton.
*0,000.
We have fitted more than twenty tliouind
pair* or Kuectacjee, fflvliiR tin a recrrt
and experience uncquntlod tijr any
ther optician In West Virginia* Saiiifao
on guaranteed.
JACOB W. onuni), Optician,
Mo. 130(1 market Street.
TTENTION
BUTCHERS* AND BREWERS* EMPLOYES.
Jly buying our well known All Wool <
kiilt Jackets yon trill combine comfort <
nd durability. They are the best made. I
'tier |'4,00 mid np. <
Agents for the celebrated Jaro? Ily.
lenle Underwear, the beat healtli under,
rear known. C. IIKHS ft MU2VH,
Faih>OBMbl*T?llnri and Furnishers,
1U81 and IStS Market street.
m I
a IIlnli..t.i< Allr.rllnn 1
Next Tuesday evening Mr. and Mr*, j
'rands Labadle will present their ]
nlque entertainment, which they well 1
all "An Original Idea." at the T. M. C. !
v. hall. Tlielr programme la excellent- t
f selected ond embraces a wide variety
f thought, literary character and dralatlc
expression. Mr. and Mm. Labale
arc both experienced entertainers
.ltd finished elocutionists. Seats will
o reserved at the Y. M-. C. A. building
at unlay morning. ^
A HHAUMULLER piano In fancy
,'alnut case?Westell Nlchol and Gross I
cllon?finest Pohlmnnn steel wire?
est German Imported Hummer Feitjt?
ully guaranteed?a sample piano?new.
peclal price, $283?wdrth $460, al any
etall store. Kxamlne it nt our special
ale, No. 10(15 Main street. .
H P. W. HAUMKH CO.
tWr WATCHM IS THH WOULD.
Vwrhnrnn, Cnnatnnllii anil II. Ilrylmi
Valrhvs nm bring ?nwl nt our filiation mI?.
. IHLLOW, W UK AT * II ANUIIKIl CO.
>r. Miles' Pain Pllla can Neuralgia.
. , i
NO FREE TOLLS |
Du the Brldgca for Ialand Pupil*
or City-aide Schools. ^
ADVERSE OPINION TO PROJECT
SUBMITTED BY JUDGE CRANMER
TO BOARD OF EDUCATION LAST
NIGHT - THE BOARD HASN'T
THE LEGAL RIGHT TO DISCRIMINATE
IN FAVOR OF ONE SECTION
OF- THE CITY?THE FULTON
SCHOOL BOARD CONTROVERSY
CONSIDERED.
The board or education held a'regu
* ? l*V . fatf ol.
r meeunr uui wjmh ?iu ?endance
of mambera, President J. A.
lefferson In tfte chair. The usual committee
reports were received, and the
cBoiutlon Introduced several months
igo. calllog (or the payment of the
iridfe tolls of Island children attend- St
ng city-aide schools, received a death *
ilow In the opinion submitted by Judge J ,
-ranmer. The session was an Interest- wl
ag and busy one. th;
The finance committee submitted ??
rudge Cranmer's opinion relative to lig
he legality of paying bridge tolls for **
eland children attending the High and ^ j
Lincoln achooli.' Judge Cranmer held an
o the opinion that the board of educaIon
had no authority In paying the ??
>rldge tolls, and he cited maov court
ullngs of West Virginia and other
itates In support of his opinion. The
ward could not exercise any jurisdiction
other tlisn that granted to It; It
ras a creation of the law and not a
aw-maker. And In paying these tolls,
rgued Judge Cranmer. the board would _
>e discriminating Id favor of one sec
Ion of the city. In brief, the legislature
didn't grant the board the authorty
to pay the Island children's tolls.
The reading of this opinion led to a =
liscuMlon as to the legality of the
ward's paring for the tuition of clill- _
Iron attending a school?Fulton?outride
of the Independent/ school district f
>f Wheeling. The board has been pay- I
ng a certain sum annually for years, V
or children living near the Terminal
unnel, Quite a distance from Washlngon
school. None of the board sought
.0 uphold Its legality, other than It wan
lone In all fairness and that the precelent
had been established.
The Fulton board asked for more mo- *ley
this year, and ita claim was presented
to the board by the finance 0
x>mmittee, Which recommended the
payment of 9210, of which sum part had
seen paid. After the defeat of several
imendments and motions, the Fulton
sontroveray was referred to the com-1
nlttee on teacners ana hchoow. -me
lommittee will Investigate the distances
leparatlng the children from Clay an- J3J
lex and "Washington school. ?
Then Mr. Maxwell moved to get a J2C
econslderatlon of his Island bridge toll *}J
resolution, but his motion was laid on J1}
[he table by a vote of 6 to 3.
On motion of Mr. Hubbard the sum * 1
>f 5300 was appropriated for the repair
>f furnaces at Lincoln school. r.
Miss Bertha M. Pette was confirmed fj
is teacher in Ritchie school, and promotions
of teachers In Cloy district
vere confirmed.
A resolution Introduced by Mr. No>Ie
giving1 control of Lincoln school to
jonvmlttee on teachers and schols, was
referred to the committee on rules and n
egulatlonH. Before the redisricting, K]
Lincoln school was in Madison district, x
md controlled by the Madison commisiJonera.
Superintendent Anderson's monthly JL,
eport showed the following statistic? w
'or the past month: ve
*15 !- !*o I | f*T"
)? P S . 5
r2 jf bis1* z (
SCHOOIA | gd v
U ssigf S,? Ss =
iifePHk 12
limp i" -fifth
School 2841 ?711 971*01 39j* 695
-Vanhlngton 659 472 Ml 31 821 6S6
kladlwon 661 69S 96 1 6d R34
:iay 688! fittf 93 0 64 779
Jnlon 6121 451 94 J 32 ttj
>niro 438 38fi 93 3 17 664
Vcbster 674 682 94 (M 69 811
litchle 923 R00 93 1 74 9S1
Jncoln 1S41 IBBJ 95) 0 24 413
Total WS| 96j f| 411 [| 6418
The superintendent's report showed
hat in the German department the
month's enrollment was 571; pupils of
3erman parentage, 284; not of German
)arentage, 287.
Miss A. B. Wilson, librarian, submitted
the report of the public library.
srhich showed an average dally circulation
of 225 books and periodicals, a total
circulation of 5.844; amount reoeived
from fines, $10.
In September the board appointed ft
committee to suggest changes to the
ichool law governing Wheeling, and this
committee reported in favor pf cliang- *
Ing the time for taking the school enu- ss
meration from July to May. Other
changes proposed were: That the funds
collected" for school pupils be placed In
i depository -to be named b*- the board
thus taking the funds out of the cus- I
tody of tha city collector: that a com- B
pensatlon shall be fixed for the coiioc
tor not tr> exceed 3 per cent of the
imount collected; that the time for fix- m
Ing salaries from July to June. The
:hnnpes were approved of.
Several bills were audited and ordered I
Mid.
DR' BULL'S Cough Syrup has been
imitated. Be sure you Ret the genuine
Dr. John W. Bull's Cough Syrup. Price
!5 cents. _
AUCTION 1
11 le true oar gooiU ?ro going nt flfly
Joutt oil tlio (lnllitr, bat w? h?Tt mtidi up
i?ur minds to iUiiiI the Iom, In or?l?r to
linjr off whnt we owe anil rcorfMtu our
sualnms.
0ILL02T, WHEAT* HAXCHEK CO.
TliMtksglvlns Kntci.
The Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling
railway will make special round trip
pates for all trains November 23d and
!4th, good returning until November 25.
nclusive. For particulars apply at C.,
L. & W. passenger office, McLure house
>lock.
WE WILL TELL YOU
[f your headaches comes from weak eye*; ^
iIho K |!las*en will relieve them. Do yon
nave headaclieaf Do your pyM water,
ninart or liurn? Dock Him print run together
when fading? ?3o things appMr
lo'utdo or mixed up? Have a deiilre to rub
Lite eyes? Twitching? For any troublo
>f your eye?, consult tie. We make jilussea
it popular prices. Mak<? a careful examination
free of charge and rely on our
iklll and not on the patient's Judgment or
itnswcrs. Consultation and examination
'ree.
PROF. SHEFF, spcoolsr,
Car. Mala a>< Uaveatb Sit., Wboelisg, W. Va. F L
\
SPITS AND OVM&OC
We Have
Worked ^
Such a boom as our busln
our stock. In each depar
reason f'oi*lt 'Twasn't ou
our superior qualities?no
but the grand, glorious un
and we seal satisfaction
guarantee. Wehaveseari
whole creation, gathering
that were growing In the
can show you 'a stock ol
that'll be the envy or thi
house is full of flowers
strewing them among i
Suits,
-flight its a thread through the eye of C
needle wo have entered Into every c
ase of Suit fashion. When you make v
changc with us thUi (all or winter |t n
II be for the better. We have shaved
? prices until only a tlaaue of profit 11
v*n the coat. Our line of cbeapneaa li
a been drawn at SS. worth wclchs ?
fat below that price, up to 128. Quality b
sws with every dollar. There Is the
(best perfection. Judge ua aa you And *
, . Single and double-breasted sacks o
d four-button cutaways. A. variety ..
it no three houses combined can
ual. Do not fear for the fit?that Is *
rfect beyond Improvement. ci
Our aim has been to ?
money's worth you have i
succeeded. Success pile:
Boys' Department brimfu
rHE^HU
HUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH
LACS OUBTAIN8, BTO.-?
Si ?? mmmm ?
3eo. H. l ay 10
ace Curtains [
nd Portieres ?
This Week 'jgO/J
at?mr*5/0 *
LESS THAN REGULAR PRICE. _
i.OO Curtains. 122.60 1
LOO Curtains..... $18.75
1.00 Curtains $15.00
i.OO Curtains, $11.25 ?
1.00 Curtains $ 7.50 u
;.00 Curtains $ 3.75 h
1.00 Curtains. $ L50 lr
ni
[oaks and Suits ?>
e being received dally, and we are
splaying only the newest and latest
rlea In these garments.
ng Capes
e one ot the most desirable garments
u can possess for general utility and
ugh wear. We have Just received
me new ones In plain and plaid rersed
cloths.
3eo. R. Taylc
J. H. LOOKB 8H0
THE MAN WHO WEN
To look around for a B
we offered to him came 1
jtjijijtjij
YES, SIR, when yon go ont huntlr
than our Hen's Genuine J
Leather Lined Shoe for $
hard job to find it?In fact
tie mora money to it ;
would not lie easy.
Loci
FURNITURE- ALE3LA
Reliable
urniture.
_.>* A feature of the
our autumn shov
jt never lose sight o
jt insist upon the bi
jt right. We wish
jt advantage for prii
je the excellent assoi
and you'll agree
inducement here
fecial Bargains in Fine ai
ediuni Priced Bed Room Suil
ALEXANDE
irniture, Carpets, Etc.
.A. ,
'AT6?'"HB BUB.
Vondersll
"ess had this fall. Study I
tment you will find a ^
r low prices alone-nor I
r our exclusive styles- I
ion of all these virtues
with our responsible
shed up1 and. down the
: the choicest novelties
garden of genius. We
f Suits and Overcoats
s to-order shoos. Our
of fashion and we're
in aDpiauding public.
Overcoats.
Inly the rich can afford to hive in
vercoat made to order, and they dost
eed to. Ours have won a place amoai'
le beat efforts of cnatom tailors. Price
i their only resemblance to the ready.
lade (rarmenta ahown you by tnj.
ody else. The more you aee others Uw
tronger will bo your appreciation ol
urs. It Isn't stranso we want yon to
>ok around. No alyle or alu or tun
re have forgotten. Every alyle, tvety
ilor, every one made to lit and to wear,
five you the biggest
aver had, and we have
3 upon success. The
1 of new things'
r Clothiers, Hatters
f I 1 j and furnishers,
AND MARKET STREETS.
3EO. R. TAYLOR CO. j
r Company,
adies' Waists
jr winter wear In Velvet, Silk, Stlln,
ashmere and Luatre, rangini la price
om 12.60 to 18.00.
impress Skirts.
These skirts are the most dealrebli
ndergarmcnt a lady can near, Mi
a.ve proved their desirableness by aell15
quickly... We have Just reeelvsd 1
ew supply in all (he newest shadtf In
ilk, and are ready to fill orders for
io?e not fortunate enough to item
lem before.
DR. JAEGER'S HEALTH CNDERWEAL
MDNSWfi PLATED UNDERWEAR.
ARNOLD'S KNIT GOODS
P. CENTEMERI S CO. HD CLOVES
ir Company.
>B COMPANY.
r out
ETTER SHOE than
jack tired out. >
ijtj*
ig a BETTER. SHOE
Sox Calf, Three Sole
3.00 you will bare a
you could put a litnnd
then the job
te Shoe Company.
.NDBB PRBW. _ :
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many handsome styles in I
.ring is their reliability. I
f that important point. We I
sst, but the price must & I
our patrons to have every I
-p ani4 nualifv AAA to thlS I
tment, the superior designs
with us that there's every
to careful furniture buyer*
- I
S.
? . ...
R FREW.
No. 1208 Main Stre<* ifl
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