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'Mf' • In Honor of the Heroes Who Fought in the Greatest War in AH History This Store Will Be Closed To-day—Memorial Day—So That (he Hallowed Occasion May Be Fittingly Celebrated I # T-rmr \wrm thlHKm iJi Memorial Day Is Their Day—It's the day when the old hoys who answered duty's call go marching bv R«moln»hrmfnthC CI7CT’ ea»an« carriage of the ,imc ha,f a century ago, when they marched to tho samo thrilling music of fife and drum. Memorial Day Is Their Day—One of the very few Mg days that time has left them. Steadily the ranks are thinning. Just a few more times to let them know how much we really do appreciate and reverence them for dangers braved and sacrifices made. Memorial Day Is Their Day—Give them a cheer as they go by. Let them know we are not ungrateful or forgetful -that in all this broad land no sight nor sound is so productive of genuine heart thrill as the sight of tho Nation s soldier heroes and the sound of their uncertain tread." City Hospital TOEXT Saturday is the Annual Tag Day set apart for I 1 t raising funds for the City Hospital. Give this XDav worthy object what you can afford when the Tag is offered ^ ~ in you- Contribute as your means permit. 9 I TOW HOMA Lowest Stage of 1911 Reached Here Yesterday _ 4* *— PITTSBURG HARBORS CHOCKED WITH COAL NOW. Stage of 3 Feet 1 2 Inch Registered at the Local Wharf—Schedule it Now Uncertain. While old man Jupltnr Ptuvlus cut on the Job for a short time last'even Inc with his sprinkler It Is nece-sary for heavy rains to fall within the next 4- boon to pt-.-im• navigai ■ r being closed from the Pittsburg pools to Huntington. With a stage ,.f hut 3 feet 12 inch registered .if the lor ;| port the Ohio I* declining rapidly and the little rainfall last evening will have no effect In checking 'he dc Cline It |s necessary to have a t hour rainfall to do any good now Resembling a Sahara desert the corn fields and gardens are literally burned up and Indications .ire that again this full there will he wolf howiinc about the high tost of n>o t H^ermen state that 'he river farms are being linked ami that the fartiic-.s report the hnv crop and vegita'lon almost ruined t>n the herds of the recent crofi fa lures iri the west this dlsasterous n»«« will |.e receive I wl*h mrirh sorrow in this virdnltv Now that the river has i o h« d the lowest stage of the r1v> r and is on the decline rnanv of the packet eorn| ihb < are serlraislv considering taking their boat* out of the trade T! ■■ nvr business mf present is exceptional!*' good and to take the pa/ ke's now operating out. of the trade .*111 r.of only prove a serious loss to the packet companies bu* will also prove dtsnstr ous to the shoppers The Pittsburg f*oo!n nr« t j|FK‘k»*ff with rf)«! Hprt Inrjirnt|nr.« afr» thn* * !gl ------pm— . coal taiat st.-usc will not mature for some weeks, probably mom bn. The river mines will soon l*c forced to Flint down unless a rainfall occurs a’ j once and a rise mat'ir< r Yesterday's Beats. Liberty, Sisfersvllle. No other lioats Today's Boats. Sonoma. Marietta. c* p m Libert;., < larlnKton. r. Hi* p ni. Wednesday's Boats. Kanawha, I’harlest >n. 4 p m. Jewell. Marietta, .'t .4'* p nt. Liberty. ClarlnKton. tu p m. Comoany A of Boys' Be ■jtde to Fire Salutes Over Crtves of Soldiers fompany \ of the K.rst \\.-s* Vir cun t r**Kliit* nt of ti e |to;.s' Lriyad-. ’'ill this ntorfltny tnei 1 w 0)1 a i!..ly:i tlon of the Holliday poo. 1; \ . and tftareh *0 Mount Zi .n r*nie»ert. "her - the, w >1 Mr,. „v,.r .y,,; r.it -i of the d* >d si,liter- tjener.il 11 K • aldnbatiKh «ll! ( i t mini the lirlf.l'.e ..(>s SoAttlsh Veteran,. A-r n ; tnen's w< r>, 1 | p. •he Forelicii .Service Veterans >,» |i | I III m ft, on* I i«.v! last n.Kl,, for He ob ■ervin* <tf Memorial da. The ve>< r ■ It w.u m. . t at the Waldorf hull tin* at 1 a this afternoon and march to ’ >• tin I r. flows' hall m Twelfth ' tiaplln*' streefs, whore tn« , will ;,.m With the V..'era ns of the -'iv|I war and *'* ,0 ,*1** I’enlns'ila cemeterv to hold i memnrtnl Services >11 Spanish war. soldiers are Invited to min --T FEAT WILL BE ATTEMPTED IN WARWOOD TODAY Work Will Start at 7 A. M. and $3,000 Church Is Expected to Be Ready for Lae at 7:30 P. M. •luat to allow The public at large what can he accomplished when the human race l* determined, up-river ^ carpenter* and workmen wilt attempt ind expect to complete n fll.AIM) church building lietwcen 7 o’clock this morn itiB and time for holding services In the structure at 7 'n h,|s evening j The church Is being built by the Chris- : tian congregation of the up-river dis trirt The structure will be pi feet wide bv *:«• feet long and will be situated on the southwest earner of drowns read and Sycamore avenue It will! not he a clap board ah or as many I would suppose on account of the time I In which ti will be built, but will he a first elns* frame church budding at -I on* that will stand for vc.-TM l.nst owning fifty promised 1 to aid In the work, but rhe nupiber is j expected to reach *ti«- hundred mar : before work is start.d his morning i The men will re|M.rt at •. I an I wiil elect eapta ns to direct t|„. con trur I tlon and begin at 7 o’fb.-s The • mat. rlnl needed Is nil on the ground, i the fnuiida'ion has been rotr.|.l*.n .1 l.v ■ I • I 1 ■ ■ • res'her conditions there is nothin* o. r. *ard the men who will build .hi* "urea At noon the workmen will h.. ban 0. Ed. Mendel & Co. rirwI KS o DTXtCTOKS A ftD r M B A f. M l: ks tt«r m„„ g,r.M „ Cvtl sir St Of d*. r.ilt'V "."mV lii"'o.i by the women of the -burch, a chtpi.ivi dinner being given .'hep. In | :!<• orchard near the bu'ldlng TV building is expected to be ready for service* l.y evening and the workmen' taking part will he formally thanked I he committee in charge of the I arrangements for the building of the church. Messrs C I* poty. .lames j tjcHich, John Knctnan. Hay Naylor, •"■orge Sutton and t; a ftcrrher.wili I charge of the services and the1 j following Ministers will participate ! ! v J. C Pryor, pastor of the church. Itev. \\ It Klelds. of Wheeling Hcv ’1 " M lilte, of Itethanv, and Itev j I*. Inihoff. of Pittsburg. A tar*.*' crowd Is expected to gather about the s< i in of construction dur ing the uf' and refreshments will h.. Sold to help defray the cx;>eii*c of building the chimb |n (he evening1 the Warn mill hind will he on hinl o furnish music and the m ens'. 1 will he mail, a gala one It Is ind> rsioo.l that • hristlati churches from of her r own* "III send delegate* to us«ist m th«. eork and out ol tow n :••• ...• • ■ n Targe , Pumbers arc expected to he presell | during the entire day. For sorenem a; the muscles, whether Induce.] by violent exercise "r Injury, chamberlains IJnlment is excellent This liniment la also high , !v esteemed for the relief It afford* ' In ras.-s of rk« umntism Sold bv all dealers --- I We guarantee all our work on Shirts. Collars and Cuffs, to be of thr finest workman ship. Compare some vou have had laundered else where. Lutz Bros., HOME STEAM LAUNDRY WM. J. LUTZ. Rro*. Five Dollar Solid gold Fountain Pens $1 Dollar Each GENTHER THE LOW PRICE OPTICIAN 1069 MAIN PURE JERSEY ICE CREAM . Alex. Durst*s Sons I Your OP;r3n At the \ery beginning of the I ****..n. on account of belr.g aver- ■ M'tkod, are offering ladi***’ <>*- I for«la and etrap Ti* o Tl»* 93 :.0 3 k n.i at #2 75 and #2 So. Also a I big rut in men a Hundred* of ■ children’* at very popular price*. I Over a hundred and fifty naire V Oxford tie*. broken lot*. Your ■ choice, $! f.f. 5 John Dinger I Our Stock of Graduating and Wedding Presents Is one of the most complete in this city. We cordially In vite your inspection. We do quick and satis factory Watch, Clock and Fine Jewelry Repairing at moderate prices. All work guaranteed. H. E. Hillman Jeweler, Silversmith and Optician. 2X Klcventh Street Geo. [£. Johns Co. SUMMER GARMENTS! Suits, . )resses, Waists, Skirts S(.‘ixe Coats, Mohair Coats, Linen Coats NATURAL AND IVORY LINEN SUITS _ $5-90, $6.90, $7.50 to $17.50 Dresses $2.98 rH'SH ^^^kqumtSes!^ ft.—,, _ * oat?<H LINGERIE, LAWNS, to $r»8.n0 I ATISTES, ZEPHYR, GINGHAMS, Etc! PFTER THOMPSON^ . " I ADIES’ TAILORED WOOL SUITS - «3UgtE?S& $6.50 OURr™F ?T™™:D l4 l6 ,asi- __ REGULAR wc™ J i SOUVENIRS TO ALL WE HAVE ONE FOR YOU "J "" " a vi’" "" — •1> anj alio- us the rleaMirc of handing it t„ >ou. t* c a)vi want to present you with many other Dainty Little Gifts to honor the occasion. W, know you w.ll |,k. them so he sure to come SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd ™-S‘:rsSSi?r | people who are cordially invited usanda of Wheeling ■ You i«n tount on our making your visit not one. hut a profitable „ne as Veil No, ToJL.VZ •**"'•**• friends on Saturday. ‘ e ,n,S br,nK yowr JOHN COLEMAN CO. Sixteenth and Market Streets. Wheeling I < Hatch This Spare To-morrim) BE SURE TO COME * . ^ v t • ' » I • " ~ i,*1! . I Geo. R. Taylor Co. “The Progressive Store.” i I %__ _ Memorial Day ITw* I aytar~Tharot«r^ Closed Today NEW WAISTS BOTH JAUNTY AND DRESSY INSPIRATIONS OF THE HOT WEATHER SEASON. AT \Ladies' Percale Waists J ”( T in plain UTiite and Colored Stripes— SPECIAL [shirt neck hands and link cuffs. - r, Middy Blouses JOt of white Repp, with tapped trimmed SPECIAL [ red and blue sailor collars. at Middy Blouses C 7 fifi J of flne 'white lawn, with embroidered *P±»UU and scalloped edge collars—embroid SPECIAL ered in blue, red, lavender, coral and Lwhite. , ai f Dressy Waists 4 $1.00 J of white lawn—high neck and long SPECIAL sleeve—yoke stock and panel front of open imitation cluny. AT Dressy Waists Cp £fi ot t'ny tucked clusters—Dutch neck. Ow. Jly j kimono sleeve—embroidery trimmed SPECIAL and embroidery scalloped front full in k white and dainty color. AT f Fine Lawn Waists O 2 ^ High neck and long sleeve—panel | front with embroidery motif—all SPECIAL lace yoke—material very fine and k sheer. Jap Silk Blouses AT striped with self fabric collar and — ^ O Q £ white silk knot. ^ V " * ] JAP SILK SHIRTS—WHITE AND tiiwi t0 STRIPES PONGEE SHIRTS—NA 91U.0U TURAL PONGEE AND MESSA ^ LINE FANCIES. EXTRAORINARY -— VALUES IN ANM AL TAG DAY \\7A N TE D City HospitaI SATURDAY, LINENS June 3 NEW BUR ON LINEN Scarfs and Squares GRECIAN DESIGNS ON NATURAL OR CREME BUR OR LINEN— ft* Especially useful for veranda and outdoor purpose as r they arc indifferent to frequent launderings. SCARFS SQUARES 18*54 inches 24*24 Inches $1.48 Each 79c Each Sawph' Assortment of linen 1 T \ j p ’ pieces, various shapes -* ■* O *-// Linen Sa/e ~ sliR"'1’' PRICE EXTRA SI/E Muck Tozcels Uhitc with red border*, regular \2Vlc value 10c r.ach SPEC 1A L Dice Tnzvcfing— 1.inert Finis It Rrd bordered Id inch width 5 c Yard ALI. CI.OTH Sff .K AND SATIN SUITS SUITS / 4 OFF J2 '4 he lay lor 1 horofax^ “