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DOLLS IN DEMAND'
. At the Unique Affair Given by Ladle* of St Matthew's Church. ALL SORTS AND CONDITIONS Of Polls Found a Beady Sale, and the ' . Affair vai a Huge Financial 4uc- ' ceaa, and -Afforded No Little , AmuBemenv?xao anoai juaeo VIsite Last Night was the First of the 1899-1900 Season. Dolls! ' Big dolls! Little dolls! Fancy dolls! Comic dolls and other dolls! All at the doll baby show given In St. Matthew's P. E. church basement last evening. sThe little folks raved over the dolls. Their elder* went into ecstacles likewise. And the 100 mimic men and * women were sold like hot cakes and at ' the present writing are adorning the mantels in sundry homes, it was a clever conceit of the ladles to give this , kind of an affair, and their efforts i were handsomely rewarded. The show J was a huge success In every respect, J and It afforded no end of amusement for the large attendance. < The dolls were exhibited in their 1 many forms and colors from a largo table In the centre of the room. There j were small editions of Dewey, Sampson, Schley, ftough Riders, regular soldiers, gallant lords and fair dames, dolls both fancy and grotesquely attired. Circling j the room were small refreshment tables from which gastronomic entertainment was dispensed, und the enjoyable functlon was on from 5:30 to 7:30 p. m. The $ doll sale produced lively bidding and every doll was knocked down at a handsome figure. ^ The event was Indirectly a fare- 4 well to Rev. and Mrs. N. S. Thomas, .who leave In a few weeks for Phlladel-. phla. It was under the auspices o? the ] second division of the ladle? of St. \ Matthew's parish guild, the following officiating: Mesdames B. W. Peterson, Hulllhen Quarrier, W. A. Milllgan, ? Lewis Steenrod. W. Irving Singleton, ( W. B. McMechcn. C. Howard Simpson, F. P. Jones and Miss Madge Johnson. The first kaffee-vlsite of the 1899-1890 ] season was given by the ladles of the Arion last night, at Arion hall. It wus an auspicious opening and guarantees 3 a treat in store throughout the cooler I months, as these events are of monthly recurrence. The attendance was confined strictly to the Arion membership. ] which embrace 1 young and old. and It ' Was thus a largo family gathering. Supper was served from 6 to 6 p. m. to the children, and from the latter J hour to 9 p. m. to their elders. Dancing ' in the ballroom was a feature until shortly before midnight, when the affair concluded. Professo'* Klllmeyer fur- ] nished the terpsichorean Inspiration. 1 The ladies in charge were as follows: Mesdames F. C. H. Schwertfegev, praealdentln: Christ. Hess, F. Rlester, F. C. D^horst, Theo. Roller. William Klrbach, Henry Bleberson. C. W. Ap- ^ pctuceller, F. J. Dlegmlllcr, Franz Laupp. Henry C. Meyer. Peter Wclty. Ferd. Dittrich, A. C. Schneider; Misses Rosa Hlcner. Emma Zoechler, Nellie ] Schmidt. Dorothea Morgan, Annie Hoffman. The Arion will give a Thanksgiving ball, Wednesday evening. November 29. l It will be for members only. To-night, at the Carroll Club, a meeting of the ladles' social section will be . held to complete the organization. All 1 the members of the club who have not already entered their names are urged 1 to attend. Arrangements will be com.Dieted for the box social, to be held next Thursday eevnlng. In the auditorium. STOGIE IS KING. Second Best Month in the History of the Industry in Wheeling?Large Increase in Internal Bevenue Collections. October was the second best month In the history of the stogie-making Industry in Wheeling. September, 1899, was the banner month, with a producion of 6,510.800 stogie?, while October comes along only 2,260 less, or 6,508,540 stogies. The manufacturers are working all the men they can secure, and the product would be heavier If the skilled labor were not so scarce. The following table shows the monthly production since January, 1899: * Month. Tax. Stogleg. January 815,710 88 4.869.500 February 14,301 36 3,972,?oo March 16,187 31 4.4M.SOO April 18.777 fiO fi.216.000 W May 20,5?3X f>9 f.,816.300 ;H June 21.866 33 8,OM.4CO : July 21.0? 67 8,001,000 August ....23.256 45 6.480,100 September 23.4M 88 6.510,800 October 33.432 00 6.501.540 The Internal revenue collections in Wheeling for October show an Increase of 111,660. as compared with the previous month, September. The largest Increase was In tobacco, and ninetynine per cent of the revenue collected here under this class comes from the Bloch Brothers' Tobacco Company, makers of the Mall Pouch tobacco. The following table tells the tale: Olasses. Sept. Oct. Tobacco 833.7.1 846.437 Bwr 11,238 10,191 Cigars (Stogies) 23.43H 23.432 totals 8W.4W 880,060 Increase, 811.660. Wheeling Blrd's-Eye View. Mr. J. B. Moyer, of the firm of ! Downs, Fowler & Moyer, of Boston, Is in the city taking orders for a new bird's eye view of Greater Wheeling, which they have Just placed on the market. It Is the most comprehensive view of the city and surrounding communities ever published, and In meeting with a ready sale here. The view shows Fulton. Wheeling, the Island, etc. It was made from a number of sketches by Mr. A. E. Downs, secured last summer. Evangelist Bandall Sick. Rev. Q. Tlnndelt, the street evangelist, who has read 1,192 chapters of the Bible on the streets of Wheeling and Bridgeport this week has been compelled to suspend his work at least temporarily, owing to the great physical strain In walking long distances. He says he may find It necessary to go to a smaller place, owing to the noise of the city making it difficult for him to find peace of body or mind. His work Is maintained by contributions, which he will receive with gratitude. GILL'S MAJORITY GROWS And U Vow Placed at the 4,234 Hark, Where It i? Sure to Stay?Largest Majority on Becord in Jefferson County?Official Belmont Majorities. Congressman-elect Joseph J.. -Gill's I majority in the over-the-river district Is quite a healthy slant, if you please. Yesterday morning it was around the | 5,500 point; then It was quoted at 4,000 or more, and now it Anally rounds up At 4,234, where It will probably stand. The Increase Is owing to the unprecedented majority Mr. Gill received In s own county of JefTerson, 3,304, which Is far and away better than any other sandldate in any campaign ever received there. It shows how well Mr. 3111 stands in his home community, and that he must have received the votes t it hundreds of Democrats. Carroll . :ounty, too, goes up a notch, her malorlty being increased from, 700 to 959. The summary is as follows: t Counties. Gill. Spence. 1 Belmont 1,191 . Jarroll 9i9 1 Harrison 868 t Jefferson 3,304 Monroe 2.088 Totals M22 2^088 Gill's majority, 4,234. Mr. Spence's Martin's Ferry friends ^ my the Democratic committees in Jefferson county secretly supported Gill. . Ct looks that way, sure enough. Wonler if their Glll-ty conscience troubles em? The official majorities in Belmont ( :ounty were announced yesterday, as follows: 1 Governor. . tfanh 6.567 [ McLean G.277 I nl?.<,1Uv 1.29Q Lieutenant-Governor. Caldwell 6.314 1 Patrick 6.617 1 Caldwell' plurality 697 ? Congress. HI1 6.592 Ipence 6,401 GUI's plurality MM i Senator. I Archer 6.509 . Men 5.431 Archer's plurality 1,075 j Representative. . 2. B. Armstrong fi.630 Huffman 6.3&I f Armstrong's plurality 1,276 < Probate Judge. J Smith 6.3S2 1 Ulevenger 5,148 ; Smith's plurality 1.6:4 1 Commissioner. ( tVilklnnon 6.54? J Slgley 5.441 Wilkinson's plurality 1.105 ' - Treasurer. j Bergundth.it 6.71S Henderson 5,212 ' Bergundthal's plurality 1.473 1 Prosecuting Attorney. Hunter Armstrong 6.6S1 :ook 5,331 Armstrong's plurality 1,35) ' Infirmary pirector. Rottmcler P/53 ' MUSHIH 5,301 ' Itottmeler's plurality 1,352 < Coroner. 1 Beothom 6,672 f ^osburgh 5,2?0 j Bcetham's plurality 1,402 ' STEEL BARS UP $5 A TON. [ Even at These Figures it is Impossible to Obtain Any for Quick De- i livery. PITTSBURGH, Pa.. Nov. 9.?The ; price of steel bars was advanced In i Pittsburgh to-day from $2 60 per 100 pounds to $2 75 for prompt delivery. : Tills means un Increase of $5 per ton. Even at these figures It Is almost Impossible to obtain steel bars for use any time prior to the first of the coming year. For delivery In the second quar- 1 ter of 1900, a price of 12 30 per 100 i pounds Is asked. 1 There has been very little buying or selling of any kind In iron and steel this t week, owing to the fact that the capacity of the steel mills and blast furnaces , Is sold out entirely for the remainder i of the year and the only orders that < are given at the gilt-edged prices , demanded by manufacturers are those , of an emergency nature. Iron and t steel sellers to-day predicted a quiet , market until the latter part of the , year, and that no contracts of Importance will be made until Into the new year. Iron Slolders' Conference. DETROIT. Mich., Nov. 9.?A conference between a special committee representing the National Founders' Association and the executive committee of the Iron Molders' Union of America 1 began here to-day. The exact nature , of the questions under consideration has . not been made public, but Is said not ; to be a question of wages. At the morning session the dispute at Mollne, ( 111., was settled. The afternoon session was devoted to a discussion of the i beet means of preventing disagreements leading to strikes. t i Queer Way to Joke. CHICAGO, Nov. 9.?John Shlndler was probably fatally burned here today through an Intended Joke. Two fellow workmen bound him with a . tarred rope, and after lighting It left the room, thinking It.would burn slowly. In an Instant the prisoner was a 1 mass of flames. The cord burnt In.two, and he ran screaming Into an adjoining room, where other workmen tore the flaming clothing from him. Qharlea < Decker and Allle Chudyznskl were arrested. They said that as Shlndler was a new man they merely wished to Initiate him. ^ Felt Boots, in men's, boys', children's cizes, any style at lowest i prices?McFaddcnV Which Way? Arc the children growing nicely? A little stronger each month? A trifle heavier ? That's good. Or isoneofthem growing the other way? Growing weaker, growing thinner, growing paler? If so, you should try Scott's Emulsion at once. 'Tis both a food and a medicine to all delicate children. It makes them grow in the right way? taller, stronger, healthier. Joe. and fi.oo, all drugflrti* ARE REINSTATI Wc?t Virginia State Prison B Takes Action in CASES OF SUSPENDED GUAR One of Them, Tol Neal, of Hunt ton, Then Tendered Hie Beai tlon, Which Wm Accepted?D rectors and Warden Hawk G< Pittsburgh to Buy Prison Supp Several Contracts Awarded. The board of directors of tho i entlary,which has been In session s ruesday morning, completed Its i yesterday morning nnd adjourned il the next regular meeting. The b lad the work of two months to ifter, which accounts for so Ion} lesslon. The following contracts were lei he ensuing six months: Meat?Stilwell & Gamble, of Mou ,'ille. Meal?tsrown a iukks, at .?uu irllle. Flour?Mr. Cartwrlght, of Caldwi Cartwright's bid on flour was :ent8 less per barrel than any othei ecelved. Guards Moore, Henry, Neal Dunn, against whom charges had wrought, were acquitted and relnsti tfeal afterwards resigned. Directors Scherr and Gllkeson IVarden Hawk left yesterday afteri 'or Pittsburgh, where they will lhase an outfit for the new kitchen AMUSEMENTS. "A Ragtime Reception," the laui >le, musical, mix-up, is one of roar aughter from the start to finish, vill be presented at the Opera H o-nlght and to-morrow night. It >right, happy musical melange, c >lete in funny sayings, amusing t Plications. Incidental to the play. ,'ompany numbers twenty people, iluding Miss Edith King&ley, Mr. Pixley, the famous tramp comec Vliss Gladys Van, the New 1 tels. London music hall character IVorld's red soubrette; Mr. Phil SI st: Charles Roach, black face cc Han, May McCabe, eccentric chari irtlst; J. G. Odell. baritone; J. B. 2 )hy, the DeVaulte, Williams and B1 n the principal characters, suppo ly Helen George. Rutli Jordan. L.andsworth. Lillian Roberts. < tforth, Rertha Wllsor. and Richard ( inder the well known manugemen [iraham and Rromllow. A special i nec will be given Saturday afternoi "Zaza." "Zaza," the "great play David B< ^o adapted from the French, will presented by Charles Frohmtin's < pany. ut the Opera House Tuei evening, November 14. This play proved the dramatic triumph of ;enturr. Since early In last sense ins filled the Garrlek theatre In fork, full to overflowing at every formance. Mr. Belasco has carei jelected the company of twenty irtlsts who will present the pla his city All of the scenery and p ffrtles which contributed so large the ffreat success of thP piny In i'ork, will be Introduced In Its pro Lion here. The company has months been rehearsing. under personal tuition and direction of Belasco. and everyone who knows t n master of stagecraft, and of the of acting Mr. Belnsco Is, will V that these facts will Insure an e lent rendition of the different par the play. The Play That's the Thing. One of the best plays dealing Tankee life and character, Is Country Merchant." which will Been at the Grand Opera House. Monday. Tuesday and Wednen with the talented comedian, Charles Cowles. in the star part, production Is said to be on a sple scale, the scene settings being par arly realistic, and the interesting j >f the play will be well told by a cl ompany of players. Musical and ?lal novelties will be furnished inunoance, ana auogemer a man cent troat Is In Btore for the large aience which .is confidently expect A Hindoo Novelty. One of the most novel as well ai comprehensible features in Magi Kellar's programme this year, I quaint time piece, which Is know the "Hindoo Clock." It was once property of a famed magician in ] rind It does all sorts of strange th It consists solely of a glass dial ine brass hand. Yet It will answer question almost that may be nske rt tells the day of the week i which you were bom, time by awn watch, dates of coins, value numbers of bank bills.#does surm irlthmetlc, etc., etc. It Is but an I however, in a long scries of surp that Kellar will offer when he com the Opera House, Monday, Novel 13. Bostonia Sextette Coming. One of the leading musical even the season will be the concert by Bostonia Sextette Club, at the O House, Monday evening, Novembe This excellent string sextette wl tis8lsted by Miss Helen Wehnore, i prano sololnt of high rank. The In [>f the club is Mr. Stoats, formerly Sousu's band, and the Boston fc phony Orchestra. Mr. Stoats is rivalled as a clarinet soloist. Mr. F the 'cello soloist, has long been a Drlte of the American public. Laud, the violin sololat, Is an artli the highest excellence. The prograi will Include popular and classical r bers expressly arranged for the < The concert will be of more than w Interest and merit. Gibneys at the Grand. Mr. Morgan Glbney's own play ' gle, the Country Girl," a chari comedy drama, was presented t large and appreciative audience a Grand last night, by the Glhney-f fler company. The sp*>eialtles of Hallls and Valora, Hilly Stand Fred Godding, and MacMiilan flrny, were heartily encored. The t play will be produced this afterr und to-night's bill will be "The Wo In Block," which created such a fa nble Impression Tuesday night. Killed by Boggars. TORONTO, Nov. 9.-J. K. Vnrc? grocer of Queen street, was shot killed by beggars early to-day. j the shooting the beggars Jumped a second story window and on< them named Williams was stui The other, named Mcintosh, was by a constable, badly wounded may die. Hoth were hold for murd The Wilbur Guaranteed Shoe latest winter styles?82,08 at Fadden's. :[) HON. JAMES H. FL'RBEE DEAI Demise of an One of the State'* Koi oard Distinguished Citizens ? Ardei Supporter of Tree Schools u Christian Societies. Special Dlipitch to the Intelligence!-. IDS. MANNIN GTON, W. Va.. Nov. 8. Hon. James H. Furbee, one of our ol< eat and most distinguished citizens, as jag. well known through the state, died i _ an early hour this morning, of stomac trouble. Ho had only been sick sine lrec" last Sunday morning, and his fatnil > to and frlend3 did not become Alarmed i lies, his condition until noon yeiterda: when it was advised by the attendin physicians that an operation may pro long his II fe. However, he becam xjhj. much worse and before the wishes c lince the family were carried out he passe ,vork away. H* was seventy-two years o un- QSe' having been born In Monongali; oard county, Va., in 1827. look Mr. Furbee haa been a very promt 5 a nent factor in politics in this state, hi name bein? Known In all portions of it ; for He has been a member of both branche of Its legislative body and also couec nds- tor ?? internal revenue. He was als Identified with the advancement of th nds- *ree cause. At the time of hi death he wan president of the Firs: Na }|)( tlonal Bank, of this city. He was als* fifty Identified in the oil, farming and rner rbld Cttntiie trades. He leaves a grow family of two daughters and sevei an(l sons to mourn his loss. Our city loose been In h,ra an ardent supporter to all it ited. Christian societies and a promoter o its commercial Interests. The funera and exercises will take place Sunday after loon noon at 2 o'clock from the Methodis pur_ Episcopal church. Fairmont Citizen Dead. Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. FAIRMONT, W. Va.. Nov. 9?Jame ?hfl" J. Burns, one of the oldest citizens o and tjjj8 piuce> at his home this mom und lng, after a very short illness. He wa ouse about sixty-eight years old. For i 19 a number of years he was a merchan :om" and manufacturer here, and had i !om" large circle of acquaintances. The t t t Quj Hooff-Jones. lian. Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. fork CHARLESTON. W. Va, Nov. 9.?Ml fh" Fonta,ne Beckham Hooff, of this city >mc- was n,arr'ed this evening In the Mon icter umental Episcopal church. Richmond >Iur- to Miss Margaret Heron Jones, daugh rdle. ter of Dr. and Mrs. George Wardel 'rtcd Jones, of that city, at 5:30 o'clock. Mis May Jones Is a popular society lady of Rich )Hve mond and Mr. Hooff a prominent bus! 'onn ness man of this city. The couple wll it of return to Charleston after an extendec nnt- honeymoon, und will make this the! on. future hom*. Many of the groom's at tendants were residents of this city. >las- SERIOUS WBECK. be ???? Collision on the Baltimore & Ohii sdoy Near "Wilmington, Del. has WILMINGTON. Del.. Nov. 9.?Durln the a heavy fog to-day, a rear-end collislo New occurred on the Baltimore & Ohio rail per. road on the high bridge over the Bran fully dywlne river, In this city. A south -five bound freight train parted by reason c a broken coupling, and the rear portlo: ly to of the train stopped on the bridge. , New south-bound passenger train closel due- following plunged into the caboose c tj?e the stalled section of the freight, an< Mr. the'eaboose and freight car were throw vhat down the embankment. The passeng* ? art train, fortunately remained on th ;no\v tracks of the bridge, which Is 105 fee *cel- high. ts In The people on the passenger tral: were bnrlly shaken by the collisicr John Alden, of Philadelphia. Unite' States Express Compa-ny messengci with arm broken; Conductor Williar Galloway, was severely cut by broke a plass; John Macey. of Wilmington, wa bo knocked unconscious', and sustained in nn ternal Injuries. Others were cut an , . bruised, but not seriously. duy, : Mr. Train Collides With Trolley Car. The BINGHAMTON, N. Y., Nov 9.-Tw ndld persons were Instantly killed and on iton" wafl *ata,,y ,n a collision on ; ever crossing here to-day between a trolle; oDe- car and a Delaware, Lackawanna i I in Western milk train. The motormor Tilfl- whose life Is despaired of, claims thn nu. the car got beyond his control. Th ej trolley car was wrecked, and two pas sengers. a middle-aged woman, namei Kennedy, who resided In Scott. N. Y and a young man named Newton, o * ,n" Homer, were killed. The conductor an' Iclan a third passenger, who were standln, Is a on the rear platform, saved their live n 89 by Jumping. "1C American Sunday School Union. ." CHICAGO. Nov. 9. ? Over 126 deio and Rates, representing twenty-five state! any were present when to-day's session o d It. the American Sunday School Union wa jpon called to order at Moody Bible Institute your ftev. j^ Torrey lectured on the ob ftntl Jects of the union. The lecture wa 1? followed by meetings of the dlfferen tem, Htnte sections, and plans were mnppci rises out for the to be done next year, v es to Bible lecture by Dr. K. Stevenson end nber ed the morning session. At the after noon session various subjects were dls cussed in open session. Including "Or ganlzatlon of a Sunday School;" "Hov ts of to Find the Needy Places." and "Hov lhp to Raise Money for Supplies." T. A Moss and T. S. Thompson were amoni pera |j,e Hpeakers. r 20. ? ?? II be Extensive Telephono System. ? so- TRENTON, N. J., Nov. 9.?Articles o ader Incorporation were filed to-night of th r of Telephone, Telegraph and Cable Com iym- pnny. of America, with an authorize! un- capital of $30,000.00. This company 1 Vies, empowered to do a general telephone fav- and telegraph business. The Incorpora Mr. tors are William J. Lntta and Martli it of Maloney, of Philadelphia, and James E mine Hayes, of Camden. N. J. It Is under mm- ntood the company Is organized to su [ lub. persede the Continental company. In isual corporated some months aso. and ha for Its purpose the establishment of i telephone system throughout the coun try. 'An- ? iiing Chase's Mental Condition. d a CINCINNATI, Ohio, Nov. 1>.-Flv t the medical experts made an examlnntloi loot- to-day of Moses Fowler Chase, th fJ?.0 young heir to a lorge fortune, an nn l whoHe mental condition has been th an?i nubject of contention between his fathf ? ? Frederick Chase, of Lafayrtte. ind .? an(l l>lfl "nele, Charles Duhmo, of thl c,ty< The OJk'anilnatlon was strlctl lV0r" private, being made t?y order of th eourt, but by agreement of counsel. Th result has not been made public. )c, a Aged Embezzler Sentenced. and SOUTHAMPTON, Mnss., Nov. 9.-1 \fter the superior court to-dny, Lewis War Croni ner, aged sixty, who wrecked th > of Hampshire county national bank an Hied, the Hampshire savings bank by eni shot ber.zllng $(".00,000, was sentenced to and term In state prison of not more thn lor. twelve nor less than nine years, th first day to be In solitary eonflnemen i, in ? ? ? Me- Men's 92.&0 High Cut Lace Hunt ing Shoes for 91*98 at McFadden'i I, SitSadan. | * CSKB 1 $5.004$C 4 fin I WATER I JM | HUNT1NC id /i Men'* Best it iL It "yle, th>t On p h W 11 is i boot. They :e fy Ok Box Out leatl y /> Jf/j* stand loto or hi it A AJffaSB In the roughest ' y' xJjw|p theie $5.00 Hi ....M if 1316 to 13; d ? 'f - . STATE FEDERATION * Mri 8 Of Pennsylvania Women Elect Offl- nat cere and Select Next Place of Meet- Mn b Ing?Convention Closed Last Night. c ( PITTSBURGH, Nov. 9.?The election jrvl 0 of officers of the State Federation of villi f Pennsylvania Women and the work of Mrfl , choosing delegates to the meeting of the "J"" 0 general federation of women's clubs at s _ Milwaukee next June, occupied a por- * " n tlon of the second and last day's ses- i ^ *' n slons of the Pennsylvania club women, 0 ? at Carnegie hall this morning. 0 8 The election resulted as follows: car f President, Mrs. Ellis Lewis Campbell, n 1 j of Wayne; vice president. Miss Kate 8 a , C. McKnight, of Allegheny county;Miss 10 t Elizabeth Brice, of Chester; Mrs. WilHam D. Crocker, of WUllamsport; secretary, Miss Jessls R. Little, of Pottstown; treasurer, Mrs. Sara G. Ham- e sher, of Bradford. Directors, Mrs. 3 Horace C. Brock, of Lebanon; Mrs. J. ?" f P. Mumford, of Philadelphia. Mrs. C. Cor' . P. Hartwell, of Oil City; Miss Mary M. por s Rodgers, of Washington. The balance t of the directory is composed of Mrs. C. , un t C. Huff, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Edward W. I 1 Riddle, Carlisle; Mrs. William C. Walls, i N of Lewisburg, and Mrs. Isaac L. Miller, ey'e of Media, whose terms are unexpired. , mni The delegates and alternates to the ' v?y general federation which meets In Mil- jJrip waukee next June were elected as fol- mlri , lows: . the Dlegates, Miss Jessie Little, Pottal? vllle; Mrs. Horace Brock, of Lebanon; tuki - Miss Myra L. Dock, of HarrIsburg;MIss Adr 1 Julia M. Harding, of Pittsburgh; Miss 8 Kate C. McKnlght, of Pittsburgh; Mrs. je j" OUR BEAUTY DEP/ Mme. Ruppert's lime. Roppert's World-F a ARE THE 1 They ere the plonrrn of all cotuple.i n sold for nmnr year* lodger limn nn> < . ommendrd by the best people, and ah J tlon. 8 They are (he only genuine, natural i- tlfle prlnelplen. Kvcrytliln* about the d lnte proof of merit hni been given nui pert. So other Specialist ha* ever itl Owing to These Wcll'Bstabllitied Pa Remedies This Well.Bar EXTRAOKI>INAIl e a BOTTLE I MME. RUPPERT'S ] $1.65 [ this offer is bona fide and eve p of THI6 wondrous face Madam? Ruppert's Faco Bleach la not a nr< jt perfect complexiou. It hat been sold for 2? yei and to-day baa a larger aalo tbao all three roml ; supplies fresh from the laboratory of Madame K ' York, and they art par exceWetce. Book "HOW TO SB BBS * Efyrry caller at this department trill be given tl 9 all tbosa little sscrets of the toilet so dear to below a list of some of Madame Rui Mme. Ruppert's Our Price. Price Mme. Ruppert's Golden QQ- Mn Hair Tonir five* new life OQt. Oil C . to and stops falling bair....|1.00 feet Mme. Ruppert's Wonder- J1"]0 9 ful Depilatory removes su- Qftrt po'1? ?. perflucu* hair without In- qijI. iye Jury to skin In 3 minutes.. 1.00 fl Mme. Ruppert's Gray t Hair Restorative ii not a Aft jft (, dye. but returns gray hair \/ ]JJ J to Its natural color 2.50 1W or^a Mme. Ruppert's Pearl natui Enamel causes the akin to QQ. axsume a girllab lovplineaa. 000 Mm mainly for evening use 1.00 tla? Mme. Ruppert's White 1ft- loort Rose Face Powder, an ex* unl. tton quiaite powder 50 move Remember, wi> will *el 5 MME. RUPPERT'S FACE BLEACH ! STONE & 1 H I? ____________________________________ i Read the Intelligencer. e n jj ^ 0 e n The Saturday Jssu Ad Extra Nrnnbcr, Containing Choicc 51 aod All the News of the Worlds j? I. ? SfcjacdlB. PROOF i SHOES FOR $3.90. Hunting Shoes,"" (he high top lerfect ind protects the leg as veil 1 ire made of the best water proof ler, With double soles and wit] rd wear and will keep the feet drykind of weather. Any size of inting Shoes for only $3.90. IcFADDEN'S.... 12 Market Street, Wheeling. L. Blankenburg, Mrs. George Wl!. , of Schwickley; Mrs. W. p. Lltd," i. J. Peck, of Wllllamsport. Alter! cs, Mrs. W. W. Boll, of Bradford i. John Rellly, of Harrlaburg; Sln[ I. Huff, of Homestead; Mrs. Ed*(, ing, of Chester; Dr. Rose, of Mead, c; Miss B. Kennard, of Pittsburghi. James Oayley, of Pittsburgh; Mri sphlne Schlmpff, of Phlladolptha ud s Emma Crowetl, of Philadelphia i. Joseph P. Mumford, of Phlladel. i, offered a resolution that Mn. ck be made an honorary president the organization. The motion ?u rled by a rising vote. Mrs. Brock, resuming the chair, said: "If then nythlng you could have done to add my pleasure, you have certainly e it." tie convention closed to*right after ring the report of th< ?legate from State Federation to tue Internal Congress of Women, Miss Mint ,'d Dock, Harrlsburg; address, Mrs. nelius Stevenson, Philadelphia; re* t of committee on resolutions; re* t of president of State Federation introduction of new officers. Dewey's Mascot Dead. EW YORK, Nov. 9.-Adm!ral Dew. i Japanese dog, Bob, who acted as jcot on the cruiser Olympla on the age homeward, is dead at the hos* I of a veterinary surgeon in New ;hton, S. I., of paralysi. When Adi\ Dewey arrived at Tompklnsvilie, dog was tuken 111 and was placed he care of a veterinary surgeon of lpkinsville, who was Instructed to j the best of care of him. When nlrnl learned of the death of the he wrote to the doctor, directing to have the animal properly* burlRTMENT OF Specialties! jjjjjjjl WOMEN. unowned Remedies BEST. clnn prritnmtloim.linvInK ??een nlhi r. Tliey nre u?ed nnd recray* ttlve complete Riitlafaclieoudfleen. founded nn ?clenni iu*plre* confidence. AliaomberleNM tlnicN l)>' 3!inc. Iiupven oealnr deiuonNtrntlona. cts. We Give Mine. Kuppert's ncd Prominence. :V OFFER! BP FACE BLEACH, fi/ONE CAN HAVE A BOTTLE BLEACH FOR S1.85. v. untrlol remedy. Its use assurer a irs longer thin any liko preparation Dined We are receiving constantly uppert. No. I Bast 14th street. 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