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Thursday, Jun. 1. 1911. STONE & THOMAS Th. Wsath.^Fatr.
I E E__ I Y $12.50 to $18o90 Gme-Piece dfcfg aa Silk Dresses at.. nPHIb store has offered Bargains before, but never in its almost 64 years’ business history have we given such TV /f ^ * 1' as this—the result of a special purchase of Messaline Silk Dresses of elegant quality in smartest styles, /ou couldn’t begin to buy the Silk in these Dresses for what we will sell you the Dress ready to put on. All sizes in the lot. Dresses that are regular $12.50, $15.00 and $18.50 grades go on sale iml to-day at, • # [g Offt W& choice. These Dresses are made of a splendid quality of Messaline Silk with low neck and kimono sleeves. Choice of V, round and square-cut necks, Skirt made in tuckt effect. Handsome figures, stripes^and checks on grounds of navv and cadet Hue, brown and rose, also black-and white effects. Some are strictly plain, others nicely trimmed. A great variety of different treatment in the lot, making each"Dress slightly different from any other. R^memb-'r the June White Sale is in full swing and special values rule. T?.« Day for City Hos I F'*?l Next Saturday. “ -— ■ ' ~ — —...—.-—— _ MINI S VOTE ON STRIKE PROPOSITION IN NORTH END OF EAST OHIO DISTRICT. Vote Will be Counted Next Monday end Joint Cenvention Will Con vene Next Tueiday. The miners In the norih end of Sub-1 district No i of Ohio voted Wednes day on the proposition to end the strike in that part of the district,; which has been in progress for more than a year The operators and mi ' Bern In Joint convention reached an agreement ami decided to leave it for thn mlnera to ratify by a referendum rote, which was held yesterday The vote. Is to be deposited with the district headquarters Satlirdav. and the dtstrb f auditor- will meet on next Monday to count the vote The Joint convention of miners ai d oper ators will meet In an ftdjourmd sion In Canton next Tuesday, when the auditor* will announce the result of the vote The prevailing opinion Is tha* the miners will vote to end the strike CONFEDERATES i Will Hold Memorial Services June 1 To Visit Cemeterioa and Give Program. Saturday, .June 3, has hern fixed the date of the 4'onfederste memorUii day, and a great deal of Interest i* being taken In the event h- local v< • erans and their families and friend* Colonel Robert White will hare charge of the exercises of the dav and ♦ he occasion will b* a deeply |m presslve one The veterans will assemh e at the comer of Twelfth and fhappn*> streets| ---— at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, and "111 proceed from that paint to com. terms In which I’onfedornte dead are burled. An excellent program of ad dresses and musical numbers will lie rendered. To San Francisco Br ryj Att'activety Advertised by Sunday School People. fr a;-. ■ i | • , - ii r- ' trlbuteil by the ntn»c Sunda' School Asso. i itlon on the trip i. aldorn. i. Ill be made by man IV. ,t \ rsml.i iwople In June Msm Pullman ob serrations have already been made ifd it Is i\|i‘. i<d ih ' there will I... i at least a hundred to so on the ypt. il irain. In addition to the many nth^r at lrarnl.it. . !T|». c< n\. it, tj te worth going fose. fiver ot hull dr. <1 men and women of icMotril fame will take |>art and ever. .11.. nn.l province in North \morsea v he represented Over f-n Ibo is.ir. I people are expected •„ attend. Rev. W H Fields. A t Arnold and M'SS Graham at County Sunday School Events. Ilex vv. II Helds, ..r the Hr*' ^ f'hrlstian rhurrh. w.-nt to f;r>nfs>f •• ' • alhtiiifi fountr, yesterday, to r-i re | sept the Siaie Sunday School Ay-ooln ’ t|on at the county convenil .n helm* held h* that tdaee S I*r re' a I V \ t • Artiohl and Miss M ,-f „ \- f,r-iisni '' at'ende.l tlie Tucker n.iinh rot ten lion at I in vis . sterdi' and will r..n ; duet th« I’oeshon' is eieintv eonten I Mori a» Klr.iv todn and Frida' Ttui "dll return to fie r hotues in this nly I <>n An'urdav evenlns J -—-— WILL BE HOME FOR I HE ALUMNI BANQUET H gh School Graduates h.'.w Indent* l of Other Schools. Returning *cr fie W. H. S Reunion. I'rnin Indications, tic Wheeling1 h'eh school alumni h.iiop.rt and r ; union tins war Is goin •. to be .1 rec-! I breaker . •.! hnv. •>r;!» of |o< il I'iumin a ready sistii *'• ! * heir intention of attending the, fv»iit lint 111 an. o.it of trteji students. I * ..- a • 1. 1 • - art 1 . , . 1 : from by their rice jireatdents sending ft* 11 :tIiy •‘Tii’uiirinli' i, 1 T. ' .isms- .11ion 1. to lie tsuisdail 1 j-oiicratiilated 11 jo-n tli s jirotulsed s,.owing lieeoiS! ;t 1 as. | ro oll.l,- to ti ls year, he. ., hard tn Mis let) I, reunirt ; i,,ie to eit.in ! ■ f. . . . r- . ; scatter,.] all r West \ irrir. > and ill many Iasi \ iiv.m; even fartlo r 1 •u:’ • h tin perrhe I upon fie Hid I Mid and lU banner and proinis. . to remit, i \ permanent so, mi rot. mitt.-e and* mother on orit.itilration hate hei tt . ! pointed, atoj someth1,c liistluctiv ini tlo- nature o' a surpr <• *- promised for tile .1 .oelatlon ilnrlUK tie < mil Inn ’ • :,r I* ' • Intention to thorough organise dtir'tiu t)<* en,timer anil* •all and to hold several tneetitij!* dur t’ir that tin * -o to aii, i nt.’f. tin ntetits and ntli, r uncial evetr.i T»<- > lee j, r, 'life's re, |, I, .St 'he rn I operation of ,'ietr ela.-stnates in t>us "nrk and d« ire that »h. t he re-.dv I respond shop flit rail for rl:.«s nr 0. £d. Mendel & Co. rvttcats maccmay awn Tvnnu.ytr.KH / • I «T Muir, Street yt • ,. M , v A ' >1 elalit d»* l , - ■ • "i ■ — I .1 K.mJr ttion hu» r',. .T orp tnl 'iUo;i •»; > h»* ;is*4»»*J.irion ’ s(nif!i|<*(i< n rtii to thi tM •\uvr or to >.;• t? . r jo-fiv,. , ,.T,n,# r *' U* flw* s. • i'l • oi:n*|t]|i!i ,|M ;.f OIM O \>,fl , ... Ui..U; ttf fh.. • I ho* . i f -.l- rhi 111 iii i)i*.«r r..*h*T fhaii » to 1 « ill.‘if I It.* • i r• wui !m Ii#»1iJ on Krift;i v *vf»ftivtK. Jitno :**h .-»• Winder hot# i mm sciisT Transfer-. Kecordsit. Itivra \\ IV.... .„i \\ ,| M ■ •' 'IT >r t. ' ■ ! nt| |!. ||| •,,1> I I. r.r nn, J1! " \\ '.•.*. n- ('mri' nir .o I Me t Iti.r > . | • | ..u . i i •, ,r ••n.’snl' r.t' i. n, |;n. ' I-- •" I " !•!!•! I. |l| ,(• . .n II H"" • I •’ No t ill \|. <}.. . i’Ii.it l.il. . . i raii...|. ?i -mm N.S..I, .; | «•!.. r U. A nr, I.* V. \rm i I’rr . |. ; . i|| xir, ; '•<■11 -.'lot iii.in, «| . N.-Iann S Kixrl nr'.. l.oiii..i f'nrh.-r. lot ..*1 S .ic ntli rr ,-i <sm,ml . r.-iMr.n, * :n >ru.x»| fjt.nl . :.t In i*. i** >*i»li,r.'ti!oii, $*•*. ^ K ll1'' I. *t .-1 to l'*j l II.»>1. «i ■ • hi,if of |,,t , • In .I.M.; »i iVtl.l >f.|| a H'l.ttf i. f.lnr;.»ton. fl>i. y *f * S' t.'fk . ! In I nns I. y ir.iir»»... Ini s.-v » Hi.ill'lnn fo KetRnn.it! n nal.lt r..Hon. *i<> Varr.ane Llc-win* Alfr* •! :i lint of \..«|K>rl, II | We guarantee all our work on Shirts, Collars and Cuffs. t<> be of the finest workman ship. Compare some you Aave had laundered else where. Lutz Bros. HOME STEAM LAUNDRY. WM. X LUTZ. Prop. ^_ GOLD FILLED $5 GLASSES $1 THIS WEEK GENTHER 1069 MAIN PURE JERSEY ICE CREAM A1ex, Durst’s Sons Your Opportunity At the very K*iclnntnsr of the I *• ie.tr. on a< • .Mint *»f heirs over etocked. nr* "ffer'ns Indie*’ i >*. ;in«! at rap Tie* T le $3 0 kind nt 92 7S and $2.50. AI»o * tdr cut In tnen'p. Hundred* of ihiMr«*n’* at very popular priree. Over a hundred nnd fifty palm Oxford tl«*. broken Iota. Your ihglre, $!♦•$. | John Dinger I GREEN DEATH Kill Biifis There is nothing ike it. Safe, con venient and sure — f'>-ccn Death never fails. St is a liquid that renctiatcs every crack and crevice and kilK hy suffoca tion. The hugs Jo not ha\c to cat it. For Bed Rug*-, R aches. Ants and all house vermin. The patented ‘quirt top can make it hat a few minutes’ wot k to thoroughly go over any room. Rids a house in half the time any other vermin exter minator requires. It doesn't iW\e the hugs away--it kills them. —for pint can, of any druggist. nod tvarl Wrltniiin. Ct. ».f Nol.l, com: l ty, o Paul Itluthart. 22. and Perth i 11.irri h, Cl. both of p> Invnit rnnuti Ohm. *V>.GOO PLANT IVKNI. Hintock W V.i.. Sutter* Heavy Los* From Fire. **!• 'I '><■•..i . in r tnt-Utcenr-er M AHTI\SIUTli;. \\ Vn.Ma> 31 3 ti»- |ii: ti* i*f the llnneork ttrlrk X- ' Shale t\i jit I ■ ioi'ih ' . this state, wjih ! ilrtlrno I In ftrii viatird.tv with »l loea of ftj,W u Ttu- i iitnpnnv hill 1 or the rut Ire annitrur j Geo. E. Johns SUMM ER GA R \I ENTS! Suits, Dresses, Waists, Skirts StTjre Coats, Mohair Coats, Linen Coats NATURAL AND IVORY LINEN SUITS _ $0.90, $6.90, $7.50 to $17.50 l\ WH,TF: and COLORED LINENS, Dresses $2.98 ssyrssisssras; to $58.50 ~Z ---LADIES' TAILORED WOOL SUITS fnEdr?s?fs°nPSfa v UN\ Sf! tO our fnt,rf STO( K Reduced. EN DRESSES, Navy A Natural »/a AND \4 LESS THAN 14. 16, 18 Si***. REGULAR PRICES. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! nwuaainniMUHB Jtammmmm ON SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd At C*.|iman's New Uptown Drug Store Bargains in drug store , trier,ftandi*c never before offer* J. If you are desirous of •aving a little money on goods ol this nature, here is your chance. DON’T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY I h* i bargains are nior» than merely bargain* thrv are rare Spouaf Ofl.-rs to make our Souvenir Opening Celebration more enthusiastic and interesting for you. , Surely vou've read what a big affair this i* going to hr If vu haven t then all wv have to sav is. don'tVi.s the big cele bration to be held at Coleman s New Uptown Drug Store on Safurdity, June X JOHN COLEMAN CO. NEW UPTOWN DRUG STORE Sixteenth and Market Streets. Wheeling Geo. R. Taylor-Co. “The Progressive Store.** I SPC/AL PRICES on Ho u se R tigs In Room Size and • ^ Smaller Rugs Scant less Brussels Rugs 9x12 feet. Best nine wire, air wool face — Persian and floral patterns — large collections of V 3 sf) designs—sell ordinarily at from ^ Sl6.5o to SI8.00. * A Body Brussels Rugs in the highest quality obtainable^ —reproduction of genuine Per sian carpets—small allover ef fects and medallion centers. ► C Zf) Broad choice in color and pattern * —regular value $28.50 and S30.00. WILTON RUGS STANDARDIZED BRANDS OF KNOWN WORTH CLEVER REPRODUCTION OF ORIENTAL CARPETRY— OFFERS AT THIS TIME IN A GREAT ASSORT* MENT AT A DECIDED SAVING— 9x12 foot size. $27.50, S37.50, $49.50, $55.00 HEARTH RUGS 27x54 inch AXMINSTERS—value $2.25— Si. 48 Each 27x6o-inch AXMINISTERS—value S2.50— 31.68 Rack 36x72-inch AX,MINISTERS—value S3.50_ $2.89 Each CUR TA LX/NGS AND DR A PINGS GREGORIAN CLOTH—in unique designs— double faced and fast color— 12 l-2c Yard REVERSIBLE SCRIMS — in light and tan grounds—profusely patterned in self and colors— 18c and 25c Yard ETAMINE SCRIMS—plain and fancy patterns 35c and 40c MORR1NE < d.( >TH—a new reversible curtain material—plain center and border also all over designs—very clever and a sturdy artistic drape— 25c Yard M ADR \S DRAPERIES—in plain and tans— Special 25c Yard IMPORTED MADRAS—plain and fancy col ors—mission effects— 40c to SI.00 Yard riLLb I nl rs—White and Lcru—plain and scallop edpes—specially pood for door panels and vestibule sash— 40c to 90c THOSE ARNOLD GOODS FOR— Infants, Children, Mothers and Women in At General— For years we have had the distribution of this line in this locality. We have known all along and know now that it is the very heat line of its kind — else The Knit Drawer. wr wou,d no* *»•*• re 50c up. tained it. SFNDIOR AN “ARNOI.I)" < \TA! OC.I H. The"TayioT^»orofai3 - <