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1154,1156, U58, A quick move this m a handsome dress, for we Special 1 0000 i. 0 You've no time to re; I would avail you nothim picturc the value of this si Black ( 98c to in both American and fore taking an extra large quar than actual value. We i GREATER SACRIFICE The popularity and el not disputed; if you want Dress for Spring, NOW'S Skirt and Suit lengths in I price. QeOo Eo S Read the WOMAN'S EAS1 at our store, where they t 3. Bundling & Co. a full size pad best Chewing Gum will b( ===== Our Spring Styl< Children's, Youn; j Salts aid i were never better. Con will not ask you to bu matter with you. 1STAR CLOTHIERS. _ jllexadder 5-retn. i i new i i t spring t < ::: goods < % now i | arriving. | > I New Pari' < :;: New Carp s | New Bed > I New Couc | f. New Sidel : % Etc., Etc., >? S ALEXAND < 1208 MA! ^#/VWVWVWWVW\ I Seo. S. Slifel <?- Co. 1160 Main Street. orning will save dollars on have our Sale of p d&y?o?? id much, and if you had it for printer's ink can't de to every woman. >epons L50 Yard, :ign made goods, bought by itity at fully 25 per cent less now sell them at even a THAN THAT. cgance of Black .Crepon is the Richest Black Skirt or i YOUR OPPORTUNITY, many instances about half tifel & Coo rER HERALD. Special booth ire sold. | JD. Bundling & Co. m On rrn A *v-? ? L ^ \J1 /TlIIIUI IL.cl b iillCbl ailU : given with every purchase. es in ? Men's and Men's Overcoats..... ie in and see them. We y, for we will leave that 3 C* P 1 tKi /TK* A/O a /TK Illg a Wo, 34 and 36 Twelfth St. | 31 lex an dor jrrew. VW/S/VVA^ViAZvVWVVWVV^i'^} ar Suits, f <: ets, Room Suits, | | lies, i \ wards, li: | Etc. > | lowest $ s '<!; prices in :i: s the city :i; \ ::: on all ::: i z furniture. :: i ER FREW, n stkeet. | wvwlviiv/im?/mw?wy>/!^j MIDNIGHT MEETING Of Operators and Conductors of tile Wheeling Railway AT WHICH INCREASED WAGES Arc Requested?-The Executive Committee ol* the men Will "Wait oil the Management Next Saturday. "Wheeling & Kim Grove Management Decline to Grant the Increase. Yesterday morning shortly after midnight, in Trades Assembly hall, a meeting of the local union of the International Street Car Workers that is made Jip of .the eighty or more operators anil conductors employed on the Wheeling, Martin's Ferry and Bridgeport lines of the "Wheeling Railway Company, was held. Although considerable secrecy was maintained,the Intelligencer learns from a reliable source that the proposed request for an increase In the wages of the motormon and conductors employed by the Wheeling was the principal topic discussed. The meeting was largely attended, and In addition to the members of the union there were also present members of the other local union of the International Street Car Workers, which Is made up of men In the employ of the Wheeling & Elm Grove company. President Tighe, Secretary Salisbury nnd Thomas Duffy, of the Ohio Valley Trades & Labor Assembly,-were also in attendance. The meeting was called to order shortly after midnight, after the men had quit their cars for Saturday. The session lasted until after 1 o'clock Sunday morning. The result of the men's deliberations was a resolution instructing their executive committee to call upon the management of the Wheeling Railway Company this week and prefer a request for an increase in the wage scale of operators and conductors from sixteen cents to twenty cents per hour. It Is said the committee, which Is made up of live of the men, will wait on the management of the road next Saturday. There is no particular hurry, it Is said, as they expect the management will hold back any decisive answer until the request can be acted upon at the regular monthly meeting of the board of dl The presence of the Elm Grove men at the meeting of the "Wheeling company's employes Is explained by the fact that the former's request for an advance from sixteen cents to twenty cents per hour has been refused by the management of the Wheeling & Elm Grove company. Although this development came last Thursday night, it has, up to this time, escaped publication. The management of the Elm Grove stated to the committee that waited on them that they were unable to grant the increase owing to the extensive improvements undertaken recently, which have required the expenditure of a large amount of money. The Elm Grove men, it is learned, will now proceed in the manner prescribed by the regulations of the International union. First, President W. D. Mahon, of the union, will come to Wheeling from Detroit, wait on the Elm Grove management and endeavor to secure a reconsderation of their decision. If this Is not possible, he will extend an offer of arbitration. In the event that arbitration is declined, he will then present the matter to the International's executive board, which will decide whether or not a further effort be made to secure the increase desired. AMUSEMENTS. Mips Freda Gallick, who will be seen here with Mr. Robert Downing in his beautiful bill, "Classic Gems," is one of the youngest and most beautiful women on the stage. She will be seen as Neodamia in the Gladiator. Miss Gallick, is a California girl, brought up on the coast with every advantage of t-tudy that money and influence couUl secure. She is but twenty years of age, with a tigure fully developed, beautiful face, over which the different expressions show every feeling of her soul, n voice possessed by no other woman on the stage. She is at home In ccmedj; tragedy or opera. She will be seen as I'ar thenin In "Ingomar" and Pauline in Paris in "1793," at the Opera House tonight. PASTY CEREALS Responsible for Many Cases ol* Indigestion. Many cooks send cooked cereals to the breakfast table in a starchy, pasty and wholly indigestible manner. You are sure of a properly cooked dish when Grape-Nuts are served, for absolutely no preparation of any kind is required, therefore, the flavor and ease of digestion are just as intended b;.* the food experts who make Grape-Nuts. Try them. Made by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Leading grocers sell Grape-Nuts. The Colored Institute. Mr. S. li. Hanen, of McMechen, is a member of the board of directors of the West Virginia Colored Institute, located at Farm, of which Prof. J. McHenry Jones, formerly of Wheeling, is principal. lie has already appointed three cadets to the institute from Ohio county, Ollle Scott. Fred D. Murrey and Ernest Berry, and one from Clarksburg, and from Ills district mn nnnnlnt ?.? ?!* ? more. Anyone desiring to apply can address Mr. Hanen at McMechen. Colored young men between the ages of sixteen and twenty-one are eligible. Mr. llanen'a district comprises all the counties north of the Baltimore &. Ohio railroad. From the entire state sixty cadets can be named. The Sessions Concluded. The meeting of the Ohio Valley Round Table, In session here Friday and Saturday, concluded Saturday morning. An Interesting discussion took place Saturday on questions connnected with the school work. The executive committee was delegated to arrange for the next meeting and to secure from the members a list of questions to be discussed. I)r. Null'* Cough Syrup will euro a cough or cold at once. Don't neglect your cough. It may give you serious trouble. MILLINI'lJY Opening Tuosdnv mid "Wednesday. SWAlt ACK I'H'S. Auction Sale of Furniture and Carpets. The McLure House carpets and ftirnlture will l>o sold at auction Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 29, 30, III and April 1. Sale commencing at li p. m. each day. Entrance on Twelfth Htreet. A NOltliY line or'rus!..,*' I lilt- "~c , Mimi. lit all tin* latest shade*. Prices. St .(?<*,SI .AO,Scotland sn.00.at WlLLCil'TMAVS. i:nt Market St. FAMILY WASHING. Roneh Dry Washed, Starched and Dved JJ cents per pound. Vlut Work, Washed and Ironed, f? cents per pound. All hand work finished 10 eonts por pound. At LU'jL'2 lilt OS', rntbif llomo Steam l.aundry* "THE EASTER HERALD" Makes its Appearance, Achieves Decided hit With tlid Public ai "Conquers" to the Extent of Sever Thousand Copies AU^eady Sold. Caesar "came, saw and conqueret If we are to believe the ancient h! torian. The Woman's Easter Herald h made its appearance. In form moat t tractive and with contents most apj tlzlng; has made a moat decided 1 with the public, and has scooped in t dimes of several thousand readers. I cldedly, like the lloman, the Womai Herald Is pretty much the rwh< thing,V If one may be permitted to c scend to the vernacular of Slangdom From the quite original and rea jjieuauiK una nrusuc cover design, Allss Edith Lake Wilkinson, to the 1 terestlng remarks on "Women a Whist," which happens to be the la but surely not the least. In the read! make-up of the publication, the paj Is Interesting, exceptionally well wr ten, ably edited, excellently illustrat and altogether is a triumph for the ( ganlzation that is responsible for being?the King's Daughters' Union, Wheeling. The Intelligencer does not enter lr a review 01* the contents; this could r be done with Justice to all the "stork the women of Wheeling have told 1 the Herald. On Saturday several the sand copies entered the hom*s Wheeling people; there remain yet se eral more thonsaud copies, and the who have not yet seen and read t paper must do so to appreciate worth. Every line entering Into the makeof the paper was written by worn* with the exception of a short story the editorial page, headed, "The 0 Gentleman Contributor," and that la reprinted editorial from the Intelllge cer of January 3, commending the go work of the King's Daughters in tsta Ushlng and maintaining the Day Ni sery, the Institution for whoso bene the Herald was published. ORE BOXES OF GOLD, Also .'WO Greenbacks. To secure some desired Informatl direct from the people, it Is proposed send five little boxes, each containl $10 gold, twenty boxes, each containl to tiuiu, ujiu oou uuvmupes, vaen cunia ir.g a SI bill, to? persons who write t most interesting und truthful descr: tions of their experience on the folio ing topics: 1. Hot; have you been affected Coffee drinking? 2. Do you know anyone who } been driven away from Postum becai it came to the table weak and chan terless at the first trial? 3. Did you se't such a person right i garding the easy way to make Posti clear, black and with a crisp, rich tasl 4. Have you ever found a better w to make it, than to use four heap! teasroonsful to the pint of water, stand on stove until real boiling begii then note the clock and allow it to cc tinue easy boiling full fifteen minu from that time, stirring down oc< sionally? 5. Give nnmes and account of th< you know to have been cured or hels in health by the dismissal of coffee a the daily uee of Postum Food Coffee its place. 0. Write names and addresses of friends whom you believe would be be efited by leaving off coffee. (Your nni will not be divulged to them). Address your tetter to the Postum C real Co., Ltd., Battle Creek. Mich., wr ing your own name and address clear Decision will be made on May 1 ne by three judges not members of t Postum Co., and one of the $10 boxes gold sent to cach of the five best write one nf thr? X5 boTPK of srnUl cftnf f."? or> of the twenty next best, and one of t $1 bills sent to each of the 350 next bi writers. These 375 persons will earn mon prizes and each and every person w fails to win a money prize, butvhc letter contains twenty true names a addresses of persons who would be be eflted by leaving- off coffee, will recei 25 cents worth of Postum Food Cofl free. Almost everyone interested in pu food ami drink is willing to have th> name and letter appear in the pape for such help as it may offer to the h man race. A'request to omit name be respected. Every friend of Postum is urged write and each letter will be held high esteem by the company, as an e1 dence of such friendship, while the lit boxes of gold and envelopes of mon will reach many modest writers whc plain and sensible letters contain t facts desired, although the senderm. have but small faith in winning ot t time of writing:. Talk this subject over with yo friends and see how many among y can win prizes. It is a good, hone competition and In the best kind of cause. Cut this statement out for it w not appear again. MII.MNF.ItY Opening Tuesday a Wednesday. S\VAl5ACKl'lt> Millinery Openlncr Tuesday n Wednesday, Mareli -S and tin. MISS S. A. KNOKK. .'JS)M1 .Jacob Street V XOHirv Miio or Kaster Hats 1 "Men. Ina'' f '?* la tost shades, l'rlec ? l .on. s i .50, $2.00. S-.oOnnd .S'l.oo. WIJjI^.v 1 M aN >. 1.511 Market St SIMIIXC* Ol'EXIXO Tuesday and Wednesday, March and 211. Seleet Models ofall the lea luj* Paris Modistes. Are also showl a desirable collection of Dress a Stilt Huts from our own work-rooms . L. II. SONNEHOllX* Designer of Fine Millinery. 11 OS .Mala Street MITJjINTEUY Opening Tuesday n \Vednc.sday. SWAHAl KLIt\MILLINT-* 11V opening ?tCarl's Tut day and Wedne.->?uy. Marwlon I;. Colvlg's Millinery Opt lng. Tuesday and Wednesday, Mar !3S and "9. All are Invited. DIED. DEFIBAUGH-On Saturday. March lS'.ct. :it 7 o'clock p. m.. (JEORGB DKF1BAUGU, In the Slst year of IIKC. Funeral from his Into residence, No. Coal street, on Tuesday afternoon a o'clock. Friends of the family respe fully Invited to attend. Interment Mt. Wood cemetery. . f Hertford. J'a nannrs please copy.) MA'GKK?On Sunday, March 2t*. ISM, unwh JI. in., .uain, ?\uu ui . hect Manor. Funeral notlco hereafter. NICOM.- AI Lnrnod, Kansas, In l>!s R! y..,r. Wll.MAM MING XICOLU f hicrly of Wheeling. Under tahinq. Louis Bertschy, FUNERAL DIRECTOR ^ and ARTERIAL EMBALMER. Ill" Mnlu St.?Wont Calls by Telnphono Answered Pay Nlsht. Storo Telephone CXV ltesldon GOG. A^lafmi's Telephone. 635. Alexander Frew, i vins FUNERAL DIRECTC MA IN ST. AND EMBALMER j* Under Competent Management. T? li-pl'.nrii's- Sioii', ".''J; l!rj?lrt"'n<M\ 7.7 BRUEMMER (" Funcrni Directors ? J and Embalmcr " "\ Cor. and 22il Mi HII.DIiBKAND [ oj.ci? jJr.yTua'itiBi JCraus SBros| ua In Fashion r Procession. lain Wheeling to-day, the "truest" <3 as dressed! Truest in style, truest In fi it- The many compliments passed on 01 >e- Boys' Spring Attire stimulates us to lilt magnificent display of our he 2 Spring Suits ily At $10.00, 512.00 and $15.00. They ar by you the greatest variety at these pr innd 8t- Our Line of ng ? Confirmation Sui )rIts for tho boys was never so comploti fabrics and prices were never so lc lt0 Just received a new line of Neck iot north window for display. s" 'or IKRAUS WHEELING'S FOREiN ine :n" Strictly One Price. od in Lb'jjJ Che Sample-?ingi Introdi on ? First Grand Anno Z Spring Opening o he ^ ? The SaipSei: las ] I"' I217-I2I9 MARI' Tuesday, March 28, from 10 to 6 K FEATU ns, n- French Millinery Reception. *- Artistic Display Ladies' Hig >30 Silk Waists. na Music. Souvenirs. YOU ARE CORD! me !c- ~ 9eo. $. Can lor Co. | i rnrrn ch he _ iSt I Easter St 'ce oj TaiIor=Mad I 1m Dress Skir J" 0ur ,3ePartmcn tie shapes and Mate: ey ' The gratifying ! :se vWr^'"'** assurance that m ay \?ft Pointed by a visit he /;HV novelties i: /vMiftrT SILKS. RIBBON! Ur BROIDERIES. E ~ /^:^1 CENTEMERI a thls wcek* 111 /'I" addition, we Ito? ulno lajib ski nil Owing to the sui stration. Miss W1 us untl1' ^Iarch : II lltted, whether tl 5 GEO. R. TAYL1 28 $os, jflemlng if- ?&w. J nu ?? ? nd ^WAM^VlAAAWWVVVWW f BEST WHU ! LOWES' n- | We also, at all times, sup | of wines (Imported or Cal s gins and liquors of all kinds > Apple Blossom Whiskey, GO W*! < Violot Whiskey, , . 65 his < Chestnut "Whiskey . 75 < Finch, O year . . $1.00 32 % Gibson, 5 year . . 1.00 % Guckenheimer, B year 1.00 > Ovcrholt, 5 year . . ' l.OO ^ Finch, 10 year . . . 1.-5 at < Gibson, 10 year . 1.50 | To get an accurate idea o | our low prices, send at one | Orders of $10 or over shipi -,ii, < guaranteed full quantity. or- > = \ JOS. FLEMS < Wholesale and Rc < 410, 412 MARKET ST.. (Q) (W^VVV^\WVWVVWVVVV\A cthe Dlntional Sxchang or co, J? h. VANCE President. Cl/li _ JOIIN FItKW... -Vice President. The National E; '5 So1: Of Whe DI RECTI J. N. Vnnco, .Tolin "Wntcrl Sl John Frow, WUHnmEllI u G. E. Sttlol, J. M.llrown it. Business entrusted to our curc will rc J ZKrous 5$ro*. reosed men and boys are Kraus t, truest In value and truest in price, ur excellent display of Men's and greater efforts. You want to sec tho e marvels of tailors' art, and we show ices ever shown in the city# . 4 ts e as now. We have all tho different >w as now. wear for the Easter Holidays. See BROS., 10ST CLOTHIERS, 1319 Market Street. aman Company. ictory0 ial f.. isramaii Co.. ~0? f CET STREET, o'clock. Evening from 8 to 10. I^ES: h Class Tailored Suits and 1ALLY INVITED. LJ . ?l 9eo. 51. xJaylor Co. W COMPANY. B yies [e Suits, ts and Jackets. t complete with New and Exclusive rials. success attained by our lines Is tho best o buyer, however critical, will be dteapto the department. N* BLACK CREPONS, GRENADINES, 5. LACE SCARFS, TRIMMINGS, Elite., Etc. KID GLOVES?Easter shades opened offer a SPECIAL BARGAIN In a scnN' GLOVE (white only), for Sl.OO-a pair, ccess of the "La Vida" Corset demoniiite, the expert litter, will remain with!' SI. Ladies are invited to call ajid bo.' hey wish to r>urchns<? or nnf. . L )8 COMPANY. ?oa. Fleming <( Son. 5K!ESr~^f 1 PRiCEO. >ply the greatest selection i ifornia), brandies, rums. > ?we quote a few prices: I C qt.; (I07,. $5.00; Gal. $1.50 ? c " " 7.00; " 2.00 < c u 44 8.00; 44 2.50 < " 41 lo.oo; 41 :;.oo > 44 44 10.00; 44 3.00 > 44 44 10-00; 44 3.00 ? " " 10.00; 44 3.00 2 44 44 12.00; 44 4.50 S 44 44 15.O0; 44 5.00 ^ t our immense stock and > :e for our new nrirp !kt i jed free. Every measure > NG & SON, | tail Druggists, > PITTSBURG, PA. S VWAW/AM'^1^VN WW (gjj p Bank of Wheeling, L. r~NAXI)s . ... ^M_.Cn*h7or, "NV. n. Ill vim: ?cubhior. xchange Bank eling. DRS. iohho. Dr. John Tj. Dickey, uRhnWt "NV. E. Stono, , "NV. II. Frank. ccive prompt and carcful uttcnttoc#