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First Street Paving
On Assessment Plan COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS RESO-' LUTION TO COUNCIL. Board of Control Names Five Streets. Interesting Point is Decided by Solicitor. In accordance with Section .v*A of the city charter, the Hoard of Control presented at the last meeting of cotin ell a recommendation for the paving of certain streets under the assess ment plan, ami the matter was taken up last night by the Joint committee j on ordinances and streets, alleys and ' grades The passage of the required resolution of necessity was recom mended to council. The streets affected are as lollowg: Market, from Twelfth to the Market street bridge; Fourteenth, front Mar ket to Water; Main, from Twelfth to the Main street bridge; Thlrty-tlffh, from Chapllne to KofT, and Water, front Forty second to Forty eighth. In case the resolution of n«*cesstty passes council, as It probably will, profiles V— prepared by the city engineer will be on display two weeks at the office ot the Hoard of Control tor public in ept “ctlon. An ordinance will then be prepared and presented to council for passage, after which the work will be done Iti accordance with the charter provisions endorsed at the last elec tion. Mr. Seal ley spoke very strongly tn favor of having many other streets paved under ihls plan, making special mention of McColloch and South Main streets. He will present a resolution to this effect to council next Tuesday night. An Interesting point was settled when Mr. Miller asked the city solicit or for .^n opinion on the distribution of the cost of paving when there are property owners on but one side of the street. Mr. Addleman stated that In that case the city would be com pelled to bear the extra third of the expense. There are several such streets in the city. TT IS A FESTIVE EVENT to come j 1 across a book such as “The Prodigal Judge/' written by Vaughan Kester. The novel, which treats of American life and conditions of several decades ago, is wholly unlike anything else in recent fiction. It glows with sturdy spirit and is so resolute and gladsome in its methods that at the very first page the reader is cap tured completely; and he is thereafter its most willing and uncomplaining slave. Mr. Kester has demonstrated in this story the fact that America offers many inspirations to the real artist in literature along lines not frequently worked, and “TheProdigal Judge," let us hope, is the forerunner of other creations equally virile and engaging, —Philadelphia Record I At ell Booksellers. Pri. e $r Sf net The BOBBS-MERRII.L CO.. Pnhluhers I —— Women’s Suit Clearance I he collection includes main new creations in Mack, navy blue, striped and plaid summer ma terials, besides l:ton and facket Suits <.t sersre, Chev iots, Panamas, etc., in browns blues, tans, v;rey>, checks and fancy mixtures. Your Unlimited Choice. k. I . I . - - . „ . 1 s V. II 1.1 I I > I I IV W vl I / , »* f III M'.IIII, For $10.00 You'll need to be spry, tor such a ridiculously low price will be sure to force the entire stock out in less than no time. Half OH All Silk Dresses Very pretty effects in dainty Summer Silk dress*-—some of the loveliest creations ever produced for summer w ear—rare values at regular prices. ^ our choice of entire stock at halt price. Third Oil All Lawn Dresses Peal reductions on the choicest collection of I.awn I tresses we have ever shown. And the reduc tion is real—not a price ticket has been altered_vou simply deduct II Id from the marked price. Credit If You Wi»h. House & Herrmann ELM GROVE | Woodmen Will Picnic Today at Phil lip’* Grove—Other New* of Interest. Arrangements have been completed by the Wolf Run camp. Modern Wood men of America, for the holding of their fifth annual picnic and Woodmen j reunion this afternoon in Phillip's Grove, near Calls. A most -excellent | list of speakers hss been prepared, and the meeting will be presided over ( by Rev. Gregory, of Cameron. A ball | game will ge played between the Pat terson team of Rim Grove and the Dal las Athletic club, of Dallas, and mush* will be furnished by the Dallas Cor net ftand. A large delegation from Henry Clay camp at Kim Grove will attend In a large picnic wagon. For Satisfactory Concrete Work. Call THE C. B. KIMBERLY CO., , Room 410 Schtnulbach Building. Hell Phone 1653 R—Nat Phone 1011-K Services at First M. E. Church. The following Is the order of ser ! 'Ices in llie First M E. church of Kim Grove tomorrow: Sunday school. ]0 a. m.; Epworth league, at 7 p. in., topic —"God Overrules Evil for Our Good"; Miss Bertha Wavt. leader. Preaching by the pastor. Rev. J. M. Johnson, at S p. in. Game This Morning. A good game is expected this morn ing on the Eltn Grove fair grounds be tween the Little Stars of the First M. K. church and the Elm Grove Jun iors. The game will be called at 9:80 o'clock, and the Elm Grove Juniors . will line up as follows: c. Amos: p, Sibert; lb. Wright; 2b. Smith. 3b. Cot ton; ss. Madden. If. J. Madden; cf. I Gonder: and rf. Kirbach. Notice to the Public. Having bought the stock and fix tures of the Elm Grove Provision company. I want to announce to the ! old patrons and the nubile in r.-nera' ■ ethat I have secured the services of Mr. W. A. Hallett to take charge ... the fresh meat counter and will con tinue to handle all kinds of meats and provisions as heretofore; also r. line of notions In connection. I nderstand. 1 intend to continue the CUT RATE CASH system ns here tofore and cut harder than heretofore if ! possibly can. I HAVE NOT JOINED THE GROCERS’ ASSOCIA i TION AND DO NOT INTEND TO. Join in with me and help break up all romhinations that tend to hold up i tin* cost of living ELM GROVE PROVISION CO.. A. G. Robb. Proprietor. Vis ting Minister. •\t the morning service in the Stone church tomorrow Rev. J. II. Flanagan. IV D, nf Grafton, will deliver the ser , ttton. Then* will lie no evening preacb Ing service, but Junior and Senior C. ’ E. will meet ns usual. Start Campaign Monday. A campaign for funds with which to build the new First M E. church build Ing will hi started Monday by the members of the congregation under the supervision of Rev. J. W. John son and P. M. Stricklin. The campaign will last two weeks, and the congre gation bop#* to secure the required amount that the church may be itart ed by August. Elm Grove Personals. Read the West Va Optical Co.’s an nouncentenl on Page ."*. to-day s issue. Mrs A. If. Walters and children, who have been visiting relatives In Clnrlngtun for several days, will re turn to their homes ,n Park View this evening Misses Alma and Klizabeth Schmidt, of Kim drove, left yesterday after noon for a several days' stay In New York. diner Pryor entertained the mem bers of the Young Men's Kdueationa' society at his home near the "S” bridge last evening .fames Archer left yesterday for a short visit with relatives in Viola. II.. will he accompanied home hy Mrs Archer and children, who have spent several days as the guests of friends I here. After a visit of several days with friends in Washington. Mrs .1. d. dates, of Woods addition, returned to her home yesterday. \ valuable horse belonging to Wil ' liatil Caldwell, of Big Wheeling creel:, drop|»ed dead •* hi' ' * Thursday evening, ft was overcome by the heat. William fromms. 'he local plumper, moved pert of his stork Info his new plumbing shop next to Pryor's food store yesterday. The building win ho complt fed next week Wlllfam Wilson, who has heen spending the past several davs in I w la ware and Muskingum counties and lake |siln'« In Ohio, returned to his home in I.Inton's addition Thors day night Mrs. Robert dreen of Baird's run. is recovering front the effects of he Ing overcome |.y the heat Thursday afternoon Mrs \eai Ifolscl, iil f'hnneer, O. who has It. . n the guest of relatives in t'm drove and Patterson. re* irncd to her heme Thursday Isaac Tuttle will move today* from '-'.'heeling into the property on Hmlfl.' late which he recently hough' Harold Hrnlth will leave tomorrow c oning for Clarksburg, where he will i.' several day . looking aftet so«t ness Inter* sis Mrs Joseph Warden ami daughter, of l.lptonV addition, lift yesterday for n visit with relative* m Cambridge, ft track Rudder Is confined to h|s home In Patterson hv an illness. Hamuel Irmstrong, of Wr»i Mox and>r, and Hamuel Kittle, **f Wolf Run. Marshall county, were among yesterday's business . alters |(l f irov e Mbs Hallau I* ill at his home on Health's latte ! i Kurutt Brother* Will formally Open Their Hotel and Bar Saturday Will Give Souvenirs. Today the Kuril'; Brothers' hotel and bar at No Ur* Market street, alii he formally opened The building ha* been remodeled throughout ami handsomely furnished Handsome souvenirs will tv given to each vl«u j or on the day of the opening and leach day next week Werdx K 'll Ita'.an | Hpr- *»| | -.,...1 a t*. tt.r lntr!||*r.teer HTM'RKN VII.I.K, It. Inly f Hanto f.lgllard. an Italian t.t «_• vear*. tilt’d today at lowrtl, due to eating a poisonous w eed shall hnv«, who | sen, 'ckiug io|.| hint was good for! 1 fo«>d I# wirc/eme* omi JLVEN, don t miss this chance to secure unlimited 1TA choice of our splendid lines of Men’s Suits at a flat discount of 33 1-3%—a saving of a third from prices already the lowest in the greater city, quality considered. We want to reduce stocks—have re duced prices to do it. You profit if you need a new Suit for now or later, because this is how they are to go: j $10.00 Suits now.$ 6.67'j $12.50 Suits now.$ 8.34 yX $15.00 Suits now.$10.00 IyA < $18.00 Suits now.$12.00 Aj UII $20.00 Suits now. $13 34 Off i $22.50 Suits now.$15.00 t $25.00 Suits now.$16.67 J Sizes for youths, young men and large men. Boys’ Cioth Suits at *4 Off In connection with the sweeping reduction on Men’s Suits we give parents selection from all our Boys’ -Cloth Suits at 25 rr off_ a saving of a fourth. This is how these Suits in sizes from 2V2 to 16 years are to he sold: I A f 5 4.95 Suits now . $3.71 $ 8.90 Suits now. . $6.63 5 5 90 5uit* now 54 43 5 9.90 Suits now. .$7.43 Off J 6.90 Suits now. $5.18 $10.90 Suits now. .$8.18 V11 $ 7.90 Suits now $5.98 $11.85 Suits now. . $8.89 j 1-3 Off All Boys’ Straw Hats. Boys’ Wash Suits Specially Priced. • __ _ Saturday. July 8. 1911. The Weather—Showers. $9.90 German Silver Mesh Purses at $4.95 A UMITED lot of these **■ handsome German Silver Mesh Purses to go to day at just half the early season price They come with 7-inch Cupid frame, good strong mesh in French gray finish and are lined with white kid. These Bags were intended to retail at SO.Oo, but we offer this 'mail assortment of them .$4.95 Newest Soft Felts Hats for Women IN THH Millinery Store we are showing the latest styles in soft Felt Outing Hats for trav eling. seashore, lake and moun tain trips in tact for any wear where one wishes to appear in these cool-looking and comfort able Hats. \X'e show them in gray, white and tan and the fact that thev come from such splcn did house as Gage of Chicago and Fiskc of New York is ample assurance of th< ir modish merit. Prices range from 9r».fiO to 910.00. MadameYale’s Beauty Culture Products VUR ART headquarters for ™ Madame Yale's Ci lc hrated Iteauty Culture Products and carry a full line of these noted toilet preparations. $5.90 to $7.90 it A CA Voile Skirts at *P 1JA\ I: a lot of halt a hundred Black Voile Skirts to close out to-day. 1 hey are all this season’s models and sold regularly at 55.00, SG.Oo and S7.90; PA Clearance Sale price. Clearance of Underwear F A R A N C F. figures on Underwear for warm weather—don't let v" slip a chance to profit by such pries as these for to-day: Women's Lisle Union Suits in all Boys’ Union Suits, short sleeves the wanted shapes and styles. knee lengths. 25c and 35c -1 UO kind; Clear- „ kinds; Clearance -| ance Sale price..11VC Sale price. li/C Women's Hand-Finisht Ribbed Women's fine Ribbed Lisle Cauze Vests made of lisle Vests, low neck, fancy cro thread in sizes 4 to 8. regu- cheted yoke or plain silk tapt, larly d5c each; Clear- or $1.00 kind; Clear ance Sale price. Sale price. OifC Now for the BIG Remnant Sale MFXT Thursday is the day set for the really BIG Remnant Sale the e\ent for which the careful shopper eagerly waits. It is the day when a very little bit of money has an immense pur chasing power for seasonable merchandise is never sold for so little at any other time. Details of the offerings will be given in due time. Men’s $1.00 Shirts With Ctd Soft Separate Collar at Ol/C IN' THF. .Men's Corner to Jay we will sell a lot of Men's Shirts 1 with separate soft collars, made of percale, the Silver and ?uccn City makes, soft French cuffs. Shirts that are good values at $1.00 each; sale price. \)«/C Hoys’ Si/es of These Shirts at «r»r Collar and-Tic Sets made of maJra* and*w-ash silk, fast colors in lavender, blue and black, neat patterns, soft Collar and Tie alike, the usual 50c kind; Clearance Sale price C Stone & Thomas 1 ___ I Clearance of Peter Thompson Serge Dresses C*OR to-day's selling in the Clearance Sale we offer a lot of Peter Thompson Serge Dresses in junior sizes—brown, wine and navy blue shades, pop ular garments that sold at $10 00 Clearance Pin Sale price. -—- + Men’s 75c Faultless Night Shirts at 55c •THIS price is made possible by * a special purchase, hence we are able to sell this well known make of Night Shirt at a substantial saving. They come in white cambric, collarless and are cut large and roomey at every size. Sizes 14 to 20 neck and neatly trimmed, the correct weight for this weather. Regu lar 75c Night Shirts here to-day at p* p* only.55C Walking Dogs the Latest Fad ^TALKING Dogs are the lat ** cst fad at the seaside re- ^ sorts and other places of fash- ^ ion little Toy Dogs which have a most lifelike way of walking when led along on a leash. We arc showing the Walking Dogs for the first time in Wheeling and nave three sizes for selec tion at 91 -25 and 91.50 each. j Dorothy Maxwell Drowns While Wading in River TERRIBLE TRAGFOY AT ISLANO END OF SUSPENSION BRIDGE. Companion is Heroically Rescued hy Boy—Hundreds Search for the Body. At midnight no trm •• had l»een found of l he laxly of lifile Ixirolliy Maxwell, the Island i hlld wlui ««• drowned yesterday atlcrnonti while wading in Hie iitiin rmr I'arms ol men .ind Imivs were still working Iran Heath al that hour with eefnes and grappling luxik*. in the hope ofc hring ing Ihe laxly lo Ih«* surface a. «|lll«'K l> a« |ai .|Mr The tragedy iwenrred near the is land end of the an -pension bridge at a bout i in o'clock while Ihe Xlaxwell child, who waa alioiif III years of age, waa wading with Mllltrent llanh y. an Other girl of alanit the same wire Mod denlv hoifi the girl* ■ lipped into t hole anpfxrsedly caused hy fhe sand Imal i a'herlne Thritlmg Rescue Lour Ian Nils ell linH/r, I hailes leffers. lames Mellon and I homa Hehotleld. who were a short distance away, heard the girl* *cream, and i when they haiked Ihe Maxwell girl had disappeared The Hanley child wa* sllll siruggllng In ihe water, and | through Hie efforts of ftiia*e|| Hnetgc | her re-.ci|e was effected In B »en»a ilonal manner The Itnotye lx>v sprang • bwi Ixii when n» rcachml Mu r little girl mill tried to |>ulI her into ih*' • rnft it eap»i/ed. throwing him Into ih*' »h"t Wuh groat eotirago ud prewenee of mmd he managed to keep l».H> It I Ml ■ <• if and »he girl attna' 'inlil aid eai hro ighl by ihe rdh*‘r hoy a. Th<- lit fie \ nl ini w-t * Ihe daughter ■ if I'reildept Heorre Maxwell, of the hr in of II ill a Hog* and i <urvive*l hi fur father and mother and two nlatera younger than her'>df I he ho ' r*aied pnr«'titn are * rtef atrieken over th*' tragedy. nnd Mra Maxwell wan proafrated h» th** terrible hewn. " hril rea* u« *1 th*' llanley girl wan In quite a erlmtt eondlfton, hut «■> revived «n*l taken home she w-a*« under the rare of a phyrlelan laat night, and It war dated at a late hour, that rhe would o in rei ovor A reward of $|nu war offered laat night for the reeovery of the hodv. • I i. f of 1*011.. llaatlngr maloa the r< *|ii* i .-I II ft^l.’iir parth'a down lh«* i li» i that ih*. keep a lookout f.»r th*’ l' in* in* **f th. little girl and not If. t It*. h. a*t*oiart. m tn < aa* ahe la f' at d TP. |«.ll... think that the I** *1 t».»* la., n a Wept down bv Ih** high wat.r whnh * nme with ih* J rtorm II* at r*'ai:|ta ar* obtained from hore IMiMltx rlx lo ten flmea the hone dt j aireter in length and with Ihe open j lug one third of Ihe diameter of the j tinge. SENATOR BURTON. 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