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SPECIAL SALE—THE LEADER. _
GREAT REMODELING SALE! COMMENCES MONDAY MORNING AT 8 A. M. The coming week will see our bull dings. 1022-1024 Main street, besrigci l»r a small army of Carpenters. Painter s„Plasterers. Bricklayers, etc., who will commence the work of remodeling these buildings and connecting them with our present one. This will crowd us very much for room and for this reason our stock mutt be reduced to lees than one-half its present size. To do this quickly we have,decided to put the knife into our Profits. Below is a partial list of bargains. Be on hand early. s O’CLOCK MONDAY MORNING— r>00 pieces tine French Ginghams and Seersuckers at 71£c vard former price 12*ic. DRESS GOODS BARGAINS—46 inch fine imported Serge, Black and Blue at 39c yard, worth 65c. Figured Brilliantines •worth 65c at 89c. 10 pieces fine Black 3icillian 46inch wide* at 59c. worth $1.00 SILK BARGAINS—10 pieces Figur ed Black Taffeta Silk $1 qualitv at 69c. 150 fine Brllliantine Skirts $1.98 and $2.98 up. Taffeta Silk Skirts 41* yards wide, lined and faced on sale at $4 98. 500 elegant cloth and diagonal capes, beautifully trimmed in Jet and Braid on sale at 98c up. Velvet and Siik Capes lined and Jet tnmmed at $3.98 up. worth $6.00. Opening of new wash waists 39c to $2.00. t newesl effects. See them. LINEN'S- Best Kid Cambrics 3V4r yd. Good Silesia 9c yd. Haircloth 8c vd. Leno 7V«C yd. "Crinoline Marhe" 19c yd, Fibre Chamois 17 c yd. Sowing Silk 1 kc spool. “Leatheen." leather Skirt binding 124c. Whale Bones 3c dozen. Casing. 5c bolt. Belting 5c yd. Crochet Cotton 4c. Clark's Thread 3c. English Pins 3c paper. Bone Hair Pins 5c dozen. Celluloid side combs 10c pair. Cabinet Hair Pins 5c. Invisible Hair Pins 3c box. Beading 5c bolt. Kid Curlers 3c. 5c Sc dozen. Tinsel and Scale Belts 19c. 49c. t»9c, 100 fine black silk waists like cut on sale at $3.49, 50 beautiful plaid waists Bishop sleeves on sale at $3.98, worth $k.00. 50c Corsets 39c. $1.00 Dress form k9c. Steels 5c, UK) dozen Fast Black Seamless double heel and knee hose. 5 to 84 worth 20c. at 10c a pair. Ladies' fine 40 gauge black Seamless Hose, sold i elsewhere at 25c on sale at 19c, 100 dozen Swiss Embroidered Handker : chiefs, worth 20c to 35c on sale at 124c. 200 Hemmed Spreads on sale at 9Sc each. Our special Curtain sale will be continued all week 29c a pair up. Cut ou: coupon and with every pair above $1.00 you receive poles and fixtures free. COUPON THE LEADER, io«» main street. « __ _SHIRT WAISTS—J- S. RHODES d CO. SHIRTWAISTS. 1,500 to Select From. All New Styles. We did not carry over a Single Waist from last season. Special attention is "called to the lit and workmanship of these goods. 48c, 75c, $1.00 UPW7tRDS,^ —SPECIAL SALE OF— .Children's Fast Black Seamless Hose! FINE RI8BED AND ELASTIC, 12 l = 2c A PAIR. You have paid 25 cents a pair for no better. J. S. Rhodes & Co. 1 — — * s NEW ADVERTISEMENTS BEAUTIFUL SILKS -FOR WAISTS AND DRESSES. Our Persian Silks are a thing of beauty. We will not mention price here, but those elegant designs in our window are 50 cents less per yard than at other stores. That makes a difference of $2.50 to $3.00 on a Waist. SPECIAL SALE OF Dress Ginghams. 10c Oress Gingham 5c. 12 1*2c Dress Gingham 8c. 15c Dress Gingham 10c. 25c Fine Zephyr Gingham 12 1-2c. Sale on our 45 in. All-Wool Serges at 29c will be continued two weeks lonqer. if not all sold before that time. Black Dress Goods is our specialty. Our assortment is large and varied. Prices to suit all. EGGER.WARRICK&CD 1139 MAIN HTHKKT._ MEN’S SHOES—O’KANE dL CO. These Are The Times That try men’s soles, and a good Shoe is import ant in the way ot enabling a man to walk with satis tion. • • OUR • • Men’s $2 Shoes Are the best shoes made for the 11 o lev. 1 tie soles of our bhoes r.- uk- the est ot the shoe, of go >d mater.al. They tit the sho;-' I ke our prices fit the wishes of the public. O’KANS Sc CO. Ilia M\!N STKKKT. INCORIM IRATE AT ONCE! Ami he -mre yon a*k u* for sample* an<l prli f* of Si ix-k t’erf ideates. W» have over 115 tie-ouii*. lithographed, one or more color*. You ought to see'em. Attractive? Yes. Indeed! WEST VIRGINIA PRINTING CO., II heeling. W I a. M dry goods-geo. m. snook A. CO. GEO. M. SNOOK & CO.’S Ready Made Department is in the NOT AN OLD ONE IN THE HOUSE. ALL NEW. Zenith of its Completeness to-day. Good Silk Capes $3.95. Good Figured Mohair Skirts $2.68. New Capes and Skirts by the score. A choice line of the newest things in Suits just opened. You set the latest here. New and Nobby Reefers for Children just in. Waists of every description are here by the thousand. Many of them are two days old. CONFIRMATION OUTFITS! sow IS THE TIME TO BUY—THE PUCE: GEO. M. SNOOK & CO. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. If your ryes need attention they need it at once. Delays are dangerous. and may easily result In im purab'e mischief. Keep your eyes strong and your sight clear by the us- of sp- -taeles, which SAVE the NERVES and prevent HEADACHE, burning and watering of the eyes, blurring of sight, &c. We teat all defects of sight, including ASTIGMATISM. Consult us: we can help you. No charge is made if advice is given you as to whether glasses will benefit or no: . Pi'isfaetlor is guaranteed in everv case. PROFS. D. A I,. LEVITT. Managers DILLON, WHEAT & HANCHER CO. Alccjisirr. New Dress Trimmings. All over Itlni k Nettings andChiffons with I Moultons, .lets and spangles. I Plain and Jeweled I.lneu and Katiste Trimmings. Colored Piece Velvets. 65c. worth double. Black taffeta Silk, plain and figured for I skirts and wraps, prices very reasonable. | Plaited Chiffons all widths. | Double Outside Chiffon Ruchlugs for | wraps and Dresses Bead Yokes, black and colored. Bead and spangled Inserting* and Edges, colored and black. Fancy Buttons, large variety. SYV A BACKER’S. Ladies’ Tan Shoes. Jr! getting: the popular colors as fast as we can sell them, but we have for Monday morning about 300 pairs Button and Lace just right. ALEXANDER. Shoe Seller. WILL BUILD A CLUB HOUSE. The Tan-Handle Club, of South Main street, composed of prominent young cigarmakers, will lease the Goshorn property at the corner of the alley be low Twenty-second street, on Main street. The club proposes to erect a frame structure similar to the Beahout Club at a cost of Several arch itects have been asked to prepare plans. BEN WOOD. Mrs. Josephine Orum. of Wood Hill, was the guest of relatives in this city. Miss Minnie Hammond, an accom plished young lady of Steubenville. 13 spending several days with her friend. Miss Ella Jones, on WatPr street. Miss Adda Mann, of Pittsburg, is vis iting friends here. George Earp. of Pennsylvania, was the guest of his parents here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. DeTemple are visit ing relatives in Proctor. The Woman’s Relief Corps of this city will give a supper and dance at the Drovers ’Club room, in upper Benwood, Saturday. April IS. The members of the Hope Society will have a big bazaar beginning May 2 and lasting tor several days. John Arnett, of Sardis, O.. called on friends here last week. A crowd of young ladies and gentle men of this city attended a party in Wheeling Thursday night. Will Sinclair, of Pittsburg, was here the past week on business. Mrs. William Policy and family are spending a few weeks with her parents in this city. Mike Sauer was at Mounasviue Thursday calling on friends. George Lyons, of Newlmrg, is in the city visiting friends. The barber shops of this city will j close Mondays. Tuesdays and Thurs | days, after April Is. at S p. m. Mr. Roger Irwin, one of the oldest j residents of this city, was buried yester i day. His brother. Mr. W. Irwin, of | Pitsburg, and also his son. Rody Irwin, i of the same place, were in the city at ( tending the funeral. Mr. George Hall was in Brilliant, O.. j the past week. The Rev. .1. S. Robinaon. pastor of the M. E. Church, was agreeably surprised by the members of the Ladies’ Aid So ciety Friday night. The evening was spent very pleasantly. At midnight re freshments were served. Mr. Mack Kenedy, of Davis. W. Va.. is visiting friends here. A supper and entertainment will be given by the Young People's Society of St. Matthew's Church on Saturday, May 2. and Monday. May 4. Mr. Robert Yeager, of Dayton, Ohio, was here the past week on legal busi ness. Mis« Wora McCormick, of Danville. Va,. is here on a visit. Yesterday was pay day at the Wheel ing steel works. The concert of the Gum Town Wo man's Association will take place Mon day night at City Hall. The leading characters are: .lane Jalap. Polly Plum. Sally Slim, ancient maidens; Lucinda Loh'os. Annie Seaton: Betsy Bounce, widow; Gustave Wellington, an exqui site and recent convert to the woman’s movement; John Lobbs, henpecked hus band. programme or tne uutn town wo man's Association: Music.Prof. Nelson’s Orchestra Recitation. Lorle Landers Solo.Arthur Geraghty l Dialogue_Bessie Mitchell and Louisa Oznard, both of Wheeling. Recitation.Myrtle Stewart. Pellaire Solo. Ethel Lacy The Gum Town Woman's Association. Solo. Elsie Peabody. Glendale Recitation... Katie Strassor. Wheeling Music.Prof. Nelson's Orchestra Solo. Anna Pelley Wedded Before the War. Solo.Emma Price Instrumental music ... Lillie Geraghty Solo. Prof. Iiartlebaugh Ghost Drill. Music.Prof. Nelson's Orchestra Solo.Miss Mitrh.aU. Wheeling Both the men who were arrested by Officer Geary night before last, one of whom was shot in the right leg. were yesterday fined $5 and costs, and locked up in default of fine. -_o Ladies' Tan Shoes. £ getting the popular colors as fast as we can sell them, but we have for Monday morning about 300 pairs Button and Lace just right. ALEXANDER. Shoe Seller. -o New Vatent “Can’t Slip” Belts, stay in place without pinning. Satin stock Collar* and Bows very new. !*hlrt waists, handsome line guaranteed to tit. l.lnen Collars and Cnff* newest shape. New I .ace Collarettes, very desirable. KUl (doves, handsome line, best wearing, in butter and the new shade*. Veilings the ueweat. S\V A BACK Ell'S, YOUR INFLUENCE AND SUPPORT ARE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED FOR W. P. ROBINSON, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR ■^PROSECUTING ATTORNEY# To be Yoted for at the Primary Election, Saturday, April 18,1896. HERE IS HIS RECORD. The public has a right to know something of the record of the man they are to vote for. Here is a brief record of \V. P. Robinson, or. as he is known among the people. “Pick” Robinson. He was born at Wheeling, W. Va., February 7, 1SG5. His education was acquired in the Public Schools of Wheeling. Co lumbian University at Washington. D. C., and in that other graded school, the American newspaper. At the age of thirteen he accepted a position on the Wheeling Register, where he remained for twelve years, resigning his posi tion there to organize a joint stock company, and start the Wheeling Even ing and Sunday News. During the winter evenings he read law at his home, and in 1892 left for Washington. D. C., where he entered the law school of the Columbian University. In 1895 he graduated from that school with the high est honors. He had for his teachers such men as Justices John M. Harlan and David J. Brewer, of the United States Supreme Court—the highest court in the world. Justices Walter S. Cox and Andrew C. Bradley, of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, and many other men of national reputation. Justice Cox will be remembered as the judge who tried and sentenced Giteau for shooting President Garfield, and Justice Bradley as presiding at the trial of the celebrated breach of promise suit of Madaline Pollard vs. Breckinridge. Since his admission to the Ohio county bar he has been remarkably success ful. and now. as always, gives the people that generous and courteous treat ment for which he is noted. He has always been a true and tried friend of the working man. He is the founder and editorial writer of the West Virginia World, which is, as its head-lines declare, “Devoted to the welfare of the farmers and laborers of West Virginia.” HE DESERVES YOUR VOTE! The Closing Term of the Year Now at Hand. Friday’s Meeting’ of Teachers—The State Educational Institute—Fifty Wheeling Teachers May Attend Other School Matters. The last term of our public schools for the present year opened on Mon day, the 6th inst.. with a very full at tendance in every department. Both teachers realize the necessity of hard teachers and scholars realize the necessity of hard and persistent work in order to make up for the time lost during the first part of the year, and the week has been one of work from the very beginning to its close. The lady teachers had the privilege on Thursday afternoon of at tending the lecture given at the United Presbyterian Church by Mrs. Miller, as a half holiday was given for that pur pose. Many of them embraced the op portunity, and those that did not sure ly forgot that the Board of Education gave them the privilege, expecting them to be benefited thereby. Wheth er it was good policy to stay away re mains to be seen. i. e.: whether those who did attend will be benefitted or not. The papers read at the Wheeling Teachers’ Association on Friday after noon were of a very high order. They were brief but very pointed. They were read by Miss Jteppotto, principal of Webster school: Miss Scott, grammar teacher of Ritchie school, and Miss Moore, of Lincoln school. These read ings are becoming more and more in teresting from term to term. The music on Friday by the boys and girls of Clay school enlivened the occasion greatly. The West Virginia Educational Asso ciation meets at Charleston, W. Va„ June 30th, and July 1st and 2d. and it is the intention if possible to have a large attendance of the Wheeling teachers. A committee was appointed yesterday to attend to the matter of rates on the railroads, etc. This com mittee consists of the principals of the schools wjth F. H. Crago as chairman, and it will be known as early as possi ble what rates can he secured. The committee will ask for and insist on having a one fare for the round trip rate. This rate is given to all political conventions, and it is thought that, perhaps, the profession of teaching is doing as much for our State as any one political party is doing, or perhaps as much as all political parties combined: and thev onlv ask fair treatment in the matter. It is thought by some that at least fifty teachers will attend from Wheeling. More ought to do so than have been attending in times past. Teachers ought to know more of our growing State, i. e.: its scenery, its in dustries. its people, and everything connected with it. Our children ought to be taught to know as much as pos sible about West Virginia, and it can be much hetter taught by the teacher who has travelled all over the State, has seen the mountains and valleys, towns and villages, and. in short, the beautiful scenery that so abounds everywhere. The meetings of the Edu cation Association are held here and therp throughout the State and those attending are enabled to see what a great State we have. The people of Charleston are making great prepara tions to entertain the teachers when they attend the meeting. This is the third time it has met in the Capital city and the writer knows that Charleston hospitality is no sham affair. Ar rangements will he made for all who wish to visit points of interest, so nu merous in the vicinity, while it is worth the trip to be permitted to see the products of the State stored in the Capitol building, under the charge of the Historical Society of West Virginia. In speaking of this we might add inci dentally that the entire teaching force of our State ought to take more inter est in our Educational Asociation. it ought to be made the great power in education. Teachers complain that their profession is not held in the es teem that other professions are; while it is their own lack of professional pride that causes it to bo so esteemed. Noth ing will please our worthy State Super intendent of Schools more than to have a large turn-out of teachers from all over the State and especially from Wheeling, and from the feeling shown in the matter on Friday at the meefing of the Teachers' Association, there will be a goodly number attend. GERMAN EXAMINATIONS In the Public School# Will he Conducted 1 let at cell the 10th and 21st of May. The examination of the German de partment of the public schools of this « i;y will be conducted m six of the eight school houses commencing May 19th and ending May 21st, as follows: Washington and Madiron scuools to be held in Washington school on Tues day. May 19th. between two and four o'clock in the afternoon by Miss K. Neuhard. Clay school on Wednesday, May 20th, between 9:30 and 11:30 o'clock, by Miss Lena Kiegel. Centre and Webster, to be held at the latter on May 2<Hh. between two and four o’clock, by Miss Anna Looser. Ritchie school Thur.vlav, May 21st, between 9:30 and 11:30 o'clock in the morning by Mrs. F. A. Berrschy. Union school May 21s:, between 1:45 and 3:15 o’clock in the afternoon, by Miss Thusuelda Kra liter. Lincoln school Thursday, May 21st, from 3:30 to 4:30, concluding the week’s examination, by Miss Thusuelda K rat li ter. The examinations will be attended by the committee on German, compos ed of Dr. Hill, A. J. Schultz* and Jo seph Weidner, accompanied by Presi dent Dr. C. F. Ulrich, of the Board of Education. Great preparations are being made by the various teachers, which prom ises to he entertaining to the visitors during the festal week. Millinery the very newest, Sailor and Walking Huts, largest line. SW Alt ACKER'S. LOWRY GETS A NEW TRIAL. Attorney M. F. Dryden was the re cipient of many congratulations yester day from members of the Ohio county bar and others on account of his victory in a hard fought and long drawn out legal b3ttle. About two years ago R. L. Lowry, who is charged with forging a check on the First National Bank of West Virginia, was indicted and tried in the Criminal Court of Ohio county, where lie was convicted and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary. From this judgment and sentence an appeal was taken to the Circuit Cotire of Ohio county, where the case was twice ar gued by Mr. Dryden, where, after sev eral months’ deliberation, the Court affirmed the judgment below, where upon an appeal was taken to the Su premo Court of the State, where the case was vigorously contested. Mr. Pry den filing two briefs and arguing it oral ly at the bar of the Court. Yesterday Mr. Dryden received a tele gram from the Clerk of the Supreme Court, at Charleston, which notified him that the judgments of the lower c Hit ts in the case of State vs. It. L. Lowry, had been reversed and a new trial awarded. From the beginning to the finish this has been a long, persis tent and severe fight, and the decision of the Supreme Court may he equivalent to a final acquittal of the defendant. Gymnastic exhibition and dunce at Turner hall Monday evening by Wheel ing Turnverein. -o Itl ttlUNti NOTES. New Houses doing I p in Various Parts of the City. Mr. George Elliott is erecting a resi dence at South Broadway and Fink streets. The Hubbard residence, at Echo Point, is about completed. Mrs. E. E. Zane is changing her resi lience on South Penn street into a double house. v Mr. Frank Craft is building a new residence on Florida street. Prof. Short's new residence on South Penn street is rapidly approaching completion. Contractor Hallock is putting in the foundation for the Vance memorial church, at Leatherwood. A new front is being placed in the store room, on Market street, formerly occupied by Jeweler Kreig. (tent* 14k flllcU Hunting Wutchen with Elgin or :ilt h:t in movenientK at (Uii.Atl. H. E. HILLMAN. New Jewelry Store. Having arranged my stork of Jew elry. Watches, Clocks, Ornaments, etc., in my new store room. No. 1141 Mar ket street. 1 am now better prepared than ever to attend to the wishes of my patrons. I have added many new handsome articles to my already choice stock, which 1 will sell at exceedingly close margins. Purchasers of articles in my line are invited to inspect my stock before making their purchases. W. F. KRIEG, Jeweler and Watch Repairer, 1141 Market street. -o The best $2.<>0 she? for ladies on earth. All the latest styles, razor -oes. lace and button. Every pair guaran teed to lie up to date. Equal to any $3.00 shoe made or ntonev refunded. DINGER’S SHOE STORE. 26 Eleventh street, -o (tent* 14k filled Hunting Watches wit a lirin or Waltham movement* at 912.50.h II. K» HILLMAN. --0 » w Dress 1 rimming* All over Black Nettings and Chiffons with Boultons, .lets and spangle*. plain and Jeweled Linen and Batiste Trimming*. Colored Piece Velvet*. 65c. worth double. Black Taffeta Silk, plain and figured for skirts and wraps, price* very reasonable. Plaited Chiffons, all widths Double Outside Chiffon Ruching* for wrap* and Oresses Bead Yokes, black and colored. Head and Spangled Inserting* and Ldgcs, colored and black. fancy Buttous, large variety. bWABACKER'S. r Modern Merchandising Methods Is the policy upon which this store is conducted. Cultiva?( an intimacy with this store—Learn its reliability for qualities Its reputation for styles, and to both add the fact of small profit system, and you have the Alpha and Oiu-j ; our success. KRAUS BROS, 1319 MHRKGT STReGT. HOUSE FURNISHINGS-WHITE. HANDLEY & FOSTER. SUE H H SEEN BtlTES When she had her home furnished complete and everything looked new and cosy. You need not worry about those bright, happy days. \ou can have them back again by calling on us. It you want Fumilone, Carpets^ Draperies, Etc. We will let you have them at the Yery Lowest Prices and Give You Plenty of Time to Pay on EASY PAYMENTS. WHITE, HANDLEY & FOSTER, 2245-47-49 Market Street, West Side Lower Market, Undertaking and Embalming. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DAVID SIHLER, JR., House Faising and Moving 45 Thirty ■seventh St., Wheeling, W. Va. I herewith inform the public in general that I have succeeded my deceased father in the house raising and moving busi ness and that all contracts will now as be fore be tilled promptly and at the lowest rates. Mr. Wm. Schaefer, at one time in partnership with my father, and who is well acquainted with the business, will stand by me and oversee all work. Solic iting your patronage, I am Respectfully yours. I)A> [It SIHI.EK, JR.. 4f> Thirty-seventh Street. feSdsb Wheeling. W. Va. T.A.HOGE&CO -AGENTS FOK Sterling, Ben Hur and Featberstone BICYCLES. Also deulers In Riryele Supplies and Gen erul Hardware. i()»H MARKET ST. " MOISE’S BUSINESS ACADEMY, Schaefer & Driehorst Itiiildiin;. -Main street, corner Alley 1 ‘I. A Fraetleal llusl ness'l rain in? >eh.».l. w here a » oun? man Ih tau?ht exactly as if he were In a hi? busi ness house. Kvcry branch Is thoroughly practical and useful. The Traiiiini; received will make yon val- I ualde to any business house in this country. 1 Itusiness ineu, parents and young men are invited to call and see for themselves the methods used. Morn in?, afternoon and evening sessions. > delHIeadc THROWN & 1IAZLETT CIVIL ENGINEERS, Will remove April 1st to their new offices in CITY BANK BUILDING. THE PRESIDENT —OF THE— Cliaraber of Commerce Recommends It1 Gentlemen:—We are greatly pleased with our Bar-Lock No. 6 Typewriter. After having used It for more than eight months j steadily in our office, we heartily recom- j mend it as the most perfect modern writ ing machine in ail respects that we have seen. It is. in our opinion, as durable as s machine can be; it Is quiet and easy of op eration and the writing is visible ill of tha time. Of all of our correspondence, we nave never yet received any which excelled in beauty and perfection the work done every day on our Bar-Lock. Yours truly, DELAPLAIN1’ T'Rv GOODS CO. By H. Quarrier, Brest. Wheeling Agency Bar-Lock Typewriter 1417 Chapline street. Telephone •',(*. E. H Clowes & Co., General Agents, Richmond, The Register now uses and recommends the Bar-Lock. _ PLUMBERS. HL. M’KOWN, • Plumbing. Uhh and Steam Fitting 0 a-ollni'4 Oils of All Kinds, Sewer Pipe. Etc 1911 Market btrect. Wheeling, W . Va Telephone 104. Estimates Furnished __ mhleadc. Joseph Lotz. James C. Mansbarger. MANSBARGER & LOTZ, -PRACTICAL Plumbers, lias & Steam Fitters No. 37 Twelfth Street. Wheeling. Estimates furnished. All work done at reasonable prices. a i POPE MOV ED yirtteaM *c- WTU.X |^*»li»OwnPhll».1Pk JOHN FRIEDEL & CO. Wall Paper! The Largest and Finest Line of Wall Paper and Room Mouldings. At all prices, from the cheap est to the finest. Special attention given to con tract work. JOIN FRIEDEL 4 CH, 111!) MAIN STKEET dainting: PAPER HANGING, GLAZING. All work done In an artlstb manner. TWKino Sign Painting a Speclali*. j^- All orders receive prompt atlcntl. . D. C. KURNER, 1727 M.VKKKT STREET. Estimates tor new buildings prompt! fur nished. Telephone 8ti5. VOUWAXT THE BEST III 1 hr. we have it. If you contemplate any change heating apparatus of your hom> r of business, don't fall to Invr, superior merits of the PA IK I1 nace. cii .. J0S VOOI_Kn 213*> Main Sir- • We have the Largest and Best Selection of WALL • PAPER Room Mouldings Ever shown in this city. A special line of “Stripes in Combinations’’ carried only by us. ...A FULL LINE OF... VARNISHED • TILES cfiD iiith unnMs A\n KlTtllL'S. FUR BATH ROOMS AND KITCHENS. Our Prices Are Always THE LOWES Estimates on Decorating Given. Work Guaranteed. AND 26 Twelfth Street.