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Unabated In the C. A. House Music Company's Special Sale of Fine Pianos. From the Dunkirk, N. Y., Branch Store of Kurtz- • mann & Co. Kurtzman, Emerson, Weser Bros., Story & Clark, Stein way, Chickering and Many Others All Go at From One-Half to Two-Thirds Their Original Price. Don’t Delay If You Want the Bargain of a Lifetime. If you intend purchasing a piano within the next few years and have not given our advertising of this special sale consideration, you are not do ing the best you can for the welfare of your family and your own purse. W hen we bought this Dunkirk, N. V., branch store stock from the Kurtzmann Piano Co., we saw in sight an opportunity to give our friends and patrons the advantage of a verv large saving in price, and also fur nish them tirst-elass high grade pianos. As is usual in a sale of this kind, the lowest priced ones are picked up tir>t, but the best bargains are not always in the extremely low-priced pianos. For example, there is a 34.50.00 l-.merson Piano in this stock, brand new, tine tone, beautiful Colonial case, rich figured Mahogany, action light and elastic, with a price tag attached marking it down to 5 Co.i This is a rare bar gain. as there is no finer piano than the Fmerson anywhere at any price. Two Kohler & Campbells, large size. Mahogany, regular 3350.00 stales, were marred by harnessing them in the car, will go. one tor S2l5.oo an! one t*»r S225.oo. I.very one knows the K<»hler .Si Camp bell piano, and know that it is one fit the red 'aMsfacton pianos made today. Terms of 56.00 a irt'inth will be accept ed without interest. rossiriy one ot the rest Uargain> on the floor is a line concert-size, special crotchcd Hurl \\ limit kurt/mann. I his is a beautilul instrument. A'« »u would likely «a i♦ \< the tin t * t questioned. Ihe price *>f 'his piano i> ><7s.uo, \\'e ha\e it marked SMo.no, and it is surely a rare bargain at the price. Sio.nn , month v.-ill tput i* in your h >me. It there i' any question in jour min.1 r». . ir.lin. the qual ity r.t the e instrument . we a^k you to kin.ll; come to the store an ! look them •< ex. Y< u will not be importuned to buy, an I urtle•m find somethin; r»n the flour that jut meet' your requirements at a price front ^ o 0.1,0 t> <20 i.oo it’.> than you expected to pr.. we will n< ' be disappointed if you -A alk out without purchas ing. An;, piano in this lot will be sold on moderate monthly payments without interest. We suggest that you ,-<>mc i today or tomorrow. C. A. HOUSE MUSIC CO. 1305-07 Market St. BELLAIRE 1 Farmers’ Day Observed at Ep worth Park—Mayor Coes to Atlantic City on a Short Vacation. The filth day of Kpworth Chautau qua assembly was a notable one. and the attendance waa large Farmers . Day was observed and tillers of the j soil from all sections of the country! were In attendance, and It proved one j of the best dava of the assembly The principal feature of the day was j 'he debate "The Justice of Canadian l<e< ipricity to Agriculture." Two members of the Itelmont County j flrange taking the affirmative side of! |the question and two consumers the i negative aide All who heard the d< halo are of the opinion that the af ' flrmatlve side had the best of the argument. During the day Mon N F Hall, of Michigan, delivered two lec lures, one on "The Co.-pei According I to the Cow.” and the other "Rural Wealth and Welfare* The program for today will be ns 1 follow •: S as a. m - -classes ; 09 *■ In. Hlt > Hour. Hsr n n smith. :• !■ I • "0 I' rn ’ . - hnrt i „ .. tons and Impersonator. : to r m -I tVrav 0-N.--S1; s-ilij. "I'epular i ya.laiiss." ; r m.— Rm<i fonefrt. ♦**<!.» I „ btrul. ■ P Tn.—Th»* f.oxrfsi t'otrpanv, wu r«*rb er,t**rtaJnm«*nt Left for Atlantic City. Mayor Wassman and wife left vcs BLUM BROTHERS "I BELLAIBES SHOPPIJTCi centeb. FRIDAY SPECIALS. Another lot of F.no yards of light j and dark 3t*,-ineii pen-ales—rings, , dots, stripes, bars. etr.. absolutely fast colors pew goods—just un packed - special 9c yard. I Friday—in dozen lot of ladies | knit Union Suita- :19c values out ' on a special counter at a special price. 19c suit. ] Just unpacking—dozens of cases of new fall suits, coats, skirts, flan nels. blankets, underwear, etc. Never before such well selected ■ values in store tor our patrons! Keep your eye on Rlum's. September patterns now on sale — I --. 'terday for Atlantic C“ty, where they will spend two weeks. Inirlng the absence of the rmi> or. Jus rice F s Mason will Is* acting |M>lice judge and President of t'ounell Julius I laves will lit* acting mayor. Farmers Will Meet. A meeting of tin* farmer*, of this sect.on of lielmoni county has bee*, called to meet in the city had audi Itorium. Saturday. August lb The oti ect of the meet rig Is to irrauge for Farmers' l>ay during home coming week In October It IS expected tie* farmers will make Farmers' l»av one of the most interesting of home .coniine week. Sunday School Picnic. T!.** annual outing and picnic of i■ -isfian Sunday school of tV held yesterday In Koy-er it . at Shadyside. There was ■, -• attendant)* of the members I ant friends of the school and the out ling was enjoyed by all fuir'.ng •!.«• day a program. 1m ludlng l.aset.all gain< - and other sports was carrie*l out Interest in Baseball Games. flre.it inter. -' i- being taken in the baseball games to be played on the r • w ball j ar., grounds Saturday arid Sunday l»*rw*een the It* * r<* A'if I letle team and tint Fairbanks t. nt of Idttshurg The grandstand Is he trig enlarged rin*l •:.<• manager of »'«> b *al team an' * pat. - a record break 'ng att.-ndati. e Hearing Monday. The matter afterting Had and I; v«*r Mine No i, in which tpv. •• men made charges arnin-t th<* pit t - alleging t •> were compelled to I iv for Job-, will com.* up for In .ring la-fore Squire t V.' Morrell n. xt Monday. Ceilalre Brief*. M.~r |f'd«-n Iftilrhimn, of rirav.-. Hill. Is tir.rr .• from a visit -t K|iwortli ‘ pitrk Hr A (' lt#/-*hrrn nnd family have • :m 'o Ninr ira Falla nnd other e t .• f# l nf : ■ trip .. i • ax mad* In an au'omnhiit. \V r Warrior-k >tr. 1 family hnta rr , •'irr.'l from lto»hei, whom thov have he* n spending thr nm: -r on :i farm Mr nnd dr- It |i ltot**rt« and Mr JULIUS WEILL THE POPULAR STORE. To-day ■ I fKifi >ards of T2-inch Un I Mr a hod Mu*ltn of Rood, clean quality at JJ<* a* va-I worth 7c dO-imh Mr ache.| .Muslin worth, at fOr* a vard a pond s<>ff finish Rfa !e ■ • - - f and Mm Alhort Cngley Irft vo**orday ft r n trip to AHanMo fir r iarofiro |my, of ttu» i |tjr. haa f.ooti t app :r >> I ortraoM of the First |’rr> , livtrrlan riojrrh of Martina Fofrv Jolt Hall, of Waahtng'on township I 1" i <1* anti. A O Hall, of fhla rltj Mr* 'arnr■ Klnnoy. of t,ravo| Hill, .a vtalflng rrlatltra in f'nltimhua f Mlaa Clara fluff, of ftr.atvaro. Ja a r>r*t of Mi*» Mario Hnodrkrr. of '.ratal IfIIL «s llattlr Aldrodiro haa rotumod • .It l • r I aW fro r I Ir> I n Ht» tr» r vna a *l»itnr at Kpworth park ye»tt r.lay Mr tod Mr. t la idr Wood, of In. rit-.. »*re In Whorl nr yraterdav lit ] attondnnro at t|>o funeral of Mra I Fannie Turnlt’iil. tthith took purr Thuraday morn'nr Mr an<l Mrs. Benjamin Neff, of Hatd Knob, are visiting at the borne of Rev. James Gordon, near St. Clairs-, vllle. Miss Emma Hoyt, of Gravel Hill, will leave today for a visit with rel atives at Huckhannon. W. Va. Miss Mollie Stewart, of South Bel; lalre. weft yesterday for Akron, for a visit with friends. Chester L. Wise, of Rock Hill, has gone to Battle Creek, Mich., for n few weeks' stay. BRIDGEPORT Controversy On Over Election of Jus tices of the Pence—Other News of Bridgeport. The i-Iaim Is made that there nre no Justl- > if the peace ir «•!. this fall. II ' ' .r• i i that the two Justices servlr ■c hv ppimlntm- nt will serve out •in • rm for which their predeeaaaora w-r- . |i i-* •! 'Mh.-rs i Jalm that Jua tle> Mr*' • rnaucliy, cd this place. an i Justi • Auk. of Martins Ferry, who w.re ip;>. lint oil !>. fill vacnnrles. wer» appoint-d to serve until the r.ext elec "■ ' mil i t to »iru> full term# One hmllng attorney In town claims no jui-t; s nr to le elected, and that it :s us-lcss to ii'.rninnte any one. The matt r ml! further looked into. Child Cots Vein. Th- g-y. ar-ol I daughter cf Mr. and Mrs Bert Apiil»gtir»h. of Maynard, had th" misfortune 'fhursdav to step ■ m a broken brittle and severely cut h-r f*vi? l>r. .Mnnatd Forsythe was called and found the child had cut a win and that three stitches were necessary to dost th- wound. Build Concrete Wall. The Pennsylvania railroad has a force of men on the company's ground along Boggs run and they nr- build ing a coni rote wail, straightening tho cour«- of th- run to avoid damage to the property at that point, which has liven flooded ::t every fresh-t. County Teachers’ Institute. Th- annual Institute of Belmont county teachors will be lull th- week of August 21 at Bethc sda. and It promts-a to be on- of th- Inrg-st at tend-I In years. Th« Instructors arn c;.on-- llulihetl. Phi*. Columbia uni versity: Prof, chnrl- s fi Albert. State Normal echoed, llloomsbttrg. Pa., and Wilson Hawkins, superintendent of the N. w.-erk school-. Association Elects Officer*. Kdwnrd || Spr.ten.. who. with his famil . at #*-nde#l th«» nmninl Kit heart rrtini«»n :tt M* Pleasant Wednesday, was *.i.»cted v!ce-pr» sid# nt of th#» asst* • latl*»n f*«r th • -mine year over a hundred members of the family wer*- present at the reunion, a num ber "nuns? from several states In the south and west. Fair Oos-d Meeting. The st CMIrsvIll- b. ar t will hold n me#-tiuir In th«- «*nurt house Saturday • 1 Ok lock to t Ike up the matter of the f.»fr to h#. h. t«i there this fall, ft Is claimed by th*»s»- In eharire that the f.rr will ’ e , ne of th#- larr^st and • l #-!d. and that more nttrnetinns will be «dd- d than w#*rn ha#1 last season. 3ridgeoort Prief*. The P1*n s:-, Valley Presbyterian s tal i’ t o. • h * ! a lf.wr party at W! tam Sl.v-r * 1 .*t evening. \ dan- • will h»-|#1 this evenlr.tr at *he I.snsln? hnM by th#* cornet t and \!l the *»r#'ef»rs attended th plenlc j at lb !< Sprinra Thursday*. Harry -f# v.ar* i#» in Cleveland on a sh- rt i Alness trip > st* rday was pa> <!av f #r th* f* n i >#, :w ii I irjrr amount w as pnl«l out Th-- ftrno?csi.|.* Juniors will piny a eo*. r 1 team this eveninir on M.«# ra f ee n-ld. ’! 1 • • in'lif' •' for th- r. w I.oraln • «! X- f•• •• ic #<mpan\ s sfor# at Iwm ^i*i* viii b.- compvt# d fo-day. ri - 1 ”.vn f *• * th* Ii#-nroness* • . r-,. In#:* ••venfnif wtin well attend*#? Tl:»- tti t •;-« f »h** miners will cn ...... | . * ; n»!’- "|i w» tlv • rouble th# re Mr. *-1 Mrs rr« d Henry nr*- th# f*r* Id p.«rents «#f a r • I I.l’.v !k»v Mr ».r 1 Mrs • ir.r-r - #■ MrC«#nnautrhy I- fr H i lay f r n trip to Atlantic | 1*lt.v. Misses I 1/7 and Veil 'Mearnock. #*f Jri ftni . w Vi. nr#- visittmr th f.-mll- of ;..»rt-# Pun»r f p. 1 vt • work r-t th* Ir m#-#Mm: v-u? lX,n I Mr Alonzo .Morris, of Mt pt**n.«-nnt. was ** • ’ n * *f# r*la # ailing #u» fra r, > Mrs f \ Ifo’m- s r# turn# d ht r’. * n .* rr tn i short trip t*» M* rt -. If* rtl* r Is <• n!lnH r*• his n • r ' *t..i t IH«* with rh**tjmntluni C- n r. n- pMinmors, «.f Tn'llani H r • t. fo | form* rl • f this . «M. " 1 * • 'i* * f Wfltlnm Ah-xari-hr ( Th ;rs I-, •H i Si*-' f’' irlnc*r*n. is *h* prti» *» f Mr iin*! Mr* rir*» Vat Mi. w . I r •.*!• r»* / !' .-«* n < * th' mfri* rs. • w * f.uti '* ’>*tr*f|r»y. » • * • r n.iN m? Hushing ».r » *:ri• *4 Th ,r*f'in\ f P ■ - •In* Him Olas* of |*I .Tirir, trr*s raltfnr '•ti rrt‘n»!s I ro *rsf*r#|'»v. H ' • t I'-T' W AS In |1**A • r.- • !*• . » I >iAfn*As. ■H'*** * J «rr» h.’H !i %• \ t- -j f?,rrw-' !1 part t Miss <>rrl* Kldno. who j !• II* f- .r f*l*; , *jlf | M!ss . rt|ot rrf’| Ap»mf ,» f*"’ •* ' !'•* • '»• -M-.n at tv.fumhtis. Thnntixa |* r« port* 't *a »•* rsri .• n t Ms horns In Kirk-, I. Mr* t har!* • * »^| ,r M .ftmlsVjrr MARTINS FERRY W k # a 1 * .j T't'l.nn Company Trank at fiaylorrl V ** Crnt.n.iM to 8'T If Mln «■ i' f» i ir ,n«» a-,.| | T-»rr- »nv ill* ■ f w.rk fh* \Vh**lln« t r n «nnipAk■ «». rrn a) f]A>tnr<t tn I" rf **'• l> I fr ' i • llpplrn; «|..*n "• ■' »II !- tf r,r>Mrr Th* potn- i • ' tr-• thr*. Mim .f rt|fi,r A)>ni • t • ■!* nti-l <1 imp fr..|r ft,* ml*. I Ho h*j» |f »>• ’ft prr-*m fh> • '•''* tr. hllpplnar Ari-1 ft*’ trt. k* nrH f r i. m hit. |t hr -I Ih ■ | 1 ►" *' 'f*••« I. hr I * im Ih .tirhi fn I •’ *' tf ' * h ipr. tm* Ar't ti *t n« h' " 1 ttm Anip* r.f ih* pttlri* hoi • r nf P*-1 'ft *♦ •*!* hurfA**. am.| ,,f l»'‘ .|"iri|> hn» Alari*f| In mn. t"1 ”!*‘ n r h«« I **Tl *ntT>pA)|r,J t> fP'.l r TArk* (lf| A*t<r«l llltl** \»h.r tv. I w .Ih.r . t.mr A If |A f*Ar*<l , I* m* I I... At l.».| AA Ip Ih* put CO"t»y funrnAl. | n.rrri' *. , „ » ... .f lh* r.mtlr, of It.. ■ t tr 1‘Alrl k » ..p|*t n *r* r..n |t',h" I Tt ir*.lA\ »*> rnlrr fr..nt Hi *' * f I . h it. h Hr i I'Alhrr • f t \l l.< tin r.lh.iAili.* Th* Ifif. r p..r* mi mn.fn lii si Ma*' a r.mr I»r. K '9*r f i.*or aI. j I nriAl »• r . . ir ih. r'ltiAliaofj Jhf* lain ' K'k* r were crn*lucted rhursday from Ms Ut* residence In sttne Laughlin audl'lnn. Rev Mr Schaffer, pastor of the Free Method - *t church, officiated and the Inter Tent was made in I.lnwood cemetery. Homo in South. The manv friends <.f Miss Myrtle Ih-Vault will he pleas-d to learn of 2'r *narrlago to ,* F Doyle, of Mobile, ala,, which took piece In thnt city ” • dn* »ii»•. The bride Is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs fieorge \V lb-, ^'ault and a graduate of the local schools. The.- will live In Mobile. To Organize Clerk*. ^*r Hf'd'ltnKf*'n, of (’olumbup. his ■all.-d a meeting fir this evening unong the retail clerks. In order to perfect the local organization whleh >c.va started last week It |„ thnt pr*t'11< all> all of th^ store o« n«*rs are in svmp-tthv with the movement >n.l are urging thvlr clerks to Join the union. Ste#r-Lightfoet. Invitations w>r.- received hv local fri.nd* of th. contracting parties to th< comtnt maj-tlage of Miss Lydia A f.lghtfoot, a popular young lady «>f Salem, o.. to f R steer, a prominent farmer. Th. marring, will take pine. It th.- home of the bride nnd after an .a»t-rn trip they will reside In Salem. Mr. Steer Is w »■ 11 known here, b. Ing for years a dire tor of th,. peo ple's Savings bank nnd the Stanton Heater eompanv. Moritz Funeral. P tineral services over the remains '•f the late John Moritz who com mitted suicide In th. TlltonvIUe ceme tery. were hell Thursday afternoon from the home at TlltonvIUe. lie teased woa n well-known miner vt years c»f ng.-. and Is survived tn-’ his wife and three children. Interment was made In the Tilti nvllle cemetery. Car* Jump Track. Three loaded fr.-lglit cars Jumped th. tra.-k Thursday afternoon on the spur tn. k Of the <• * I railroad at Yorkvlllr. tearing up th. tin- k for unite a distance uml smashing the enrj to splinters A wrecking train *•«« sent up rrom p. llalre w hlch re move.1 the d.-brts Mill Man |nfur*d. John dr. m, a doubler employed '-n • 1' »' the I.i ighlln tin mill. ' *d :! rntsfori-:r- Tl . morning hia knee loot crushed with . pack of iron The Injured man was tuk.-n to his h. nn III Who ling tn an .niton.. Idle Martins Fe-ry Rriefs. All.rrt • n o. niaiiav-r nf |-r|o.|..]s (Hf and ton-.’rrit sti.r.. Irnvis for .1 "••■k* i nation M"tu!a). Iti-v M-inl. nf F.ran.l HapMs. Ml«-h . has (..•ni asslmi-.; t.. th ■ . tmn(o of th*" fltv t.oaipi‘1 mission. Thomas N Fop. Is *jm mllnc thn wi-k it rtrandvl-w \ l«ltln* r-latlvis Miss H11? I It’illar.l has ioturn-»l fr«’ti. Il'inttlnl. 11.( n hi-ri shi* was vlsltlnc frl.mls Miss l.nlu Horns h ft Thursday for Marl. tta. to visit r- i.i'in < Attornnv Fharl-s Itrokaw. of Hast I.lvort.I. was a f.iistt V rrltlT !ti th. fitv Thursday Mall I'.irrlrr I.oulx r>xli . ntul wif '••f- ThuriuJat rv. i.inr f. r nti . ast. rn trip. \ mml'or of th* m< mh- rs of th<* ’ ' ' Bt •! - -i th t .■ nt. ..r that orifor Tharsila-. a- Wh- • |ln« I ark Mrs Horn-hnko • ■* Flfhrh str.-ot is ri-p..rfo<’ to 1.. riit: all-. Ill Mrs. Flwnrd Mrrk v III l. avo Suti ’ ■' ■ Urtttli. 1 ■ t rclattvo* Tin 1 al orilo: .f K of p «m Mt I. tul th- 00m ontlin In Wh. .link.- Mon. iin v fiornl hutch*TF ettendcd th*» plrnte nt the Ixlnnd park vextcrdn\ Will In rn Sc hr*.h i hn* # p. n* d a n* w rr«** * r\ *t*>ro #•» Zar* Ftr* *t. Hul ^rr**:jp** !«f• last * v « »iin< for ■ 1 * ■ • enal « Ills u if. c-r« mpurd* I him nn far n.i Steuhonvirc Mi.** H ■ -* Joyce And AT!«* Kell T*am;»t>«ll will apopd F*im1a% n* St*->i h» n\ '.lie. Ini f m in in th** Pfr t v. rd. Is distributing II f• and!d.n< \ * t r*’x H* •■ P M**hn I .**••#* *hi< morn Itnr f«*r S *m* r‘t* Id »• « n • ft', rf trip Th* t.nlMfr r . »mmlfi- « f th.* A AT I" chur*h hi'* rnnde prTitnffcnptit* to com pi* :• th* ir church c»n sixth Ftr. • •? Th* p-mtir on Sixth xtr* • *. s ir* *'•’ *• Itm tV. • rtriinnl station. \*n* * l" • :* t...» *t » • 11:1 \ Th* T.idh.s* Aid Fc.f). fV *.f \v. ’«h * *1 i.1'- a • '-t il t«»-m**rr**w ‘••till 'it th home cf W l 'lam * 0 • • • n s* • «» ih *trc. t. Th Px filch * ’ ’• x» h! t av«* a •••rn r -t t* •« * <«rim: c*n •rh* r !.?»» . * I Worker is n portec! t.. »». OHseh Improved vt •**« Hndh • rr1 ml Man AT - Mih n Fp~nt Thurv! *v ? I »m. .. M • t!: 1 x mnrnin:? at I »• ! •« k rlnAlbb bLIb Only Stay n F -*t Pt»-«. in Pennanl Rict On* i me D*y PITTKisrit*: \ <r r*iff*ht»r *> Inti.I tiMf.f .f, f f .♦ tr4 th.- \V I. » . •« i»us *. *>«..n l«i*»*.l »•’»* Th. |M .t.*« |».«t s . #ur • If*’ T’tn’i! hi,. ;•*».) < hi<mm** r», m 1v,r'* ■ r v ifn whM, 17 !•••»» f« i* »n.| I’ltfn "Vouivg v* tot hers N • voting w mar. In the Joy of romin - ni'.thcrho 1. rhot.'.d neglect. «'• prepare her *\stem for the pin .. i>.,I ordeal she is t<> undergo. Thr health of l>oth she an 1 her romin;? ' hil'l depend* I ir -rlv ut** n the rare ! - fe ton* it-*.*n herself during the wiiting in on thy Mother'* 1-iieml prepare*! the r*ttM*rtnnt mother'* sys tem f.»r the con.mg rv* i.t. an*I it* u*c make* h* r rnmfort.iMe during all the term. It w>>rk* with in.I f.*r n.itrue, and f.y gradually < rp.it.ding .ill In sue*. mn . I, S and tendon*, inv.dvr I. and keeping the hr* • t* in g.-d «->ti d it ion, hr in,?* th*' v». on an to the c t im . in splendid phv*ical condition The l.d.yt •* ■ • more apt to be perfect and -to ns? where tin mother ha* thn* prejsirc-l h» rs* If f..r nature'* supreme function No 1>ettcr a. Ivicecordd !<• given a young > rj>e. '.i>>i mother than that she u-e Mother'* 1‘rirnd; it is * medii in* tiiat ha* proven it* value in thou- and.* of ot Mother’s 11 ii i* tore* -w-> • j Kvf:.£: Friend ant mother* vrliii h contain* much valualde information, and many *tig ge*ri,.n* of a helpful nitnre BRADflEll) KtX.VLATO* CO. AH«mfm. Cm. " BOVS' CALF SKIN I SHOES 236 pair* of Boys' Calf Skin Shoes, all sizea— 9 to 13' ,. $1.00 value. HALF PRICE .50c OPEN FRONT SHOE STORE Opposite Bon Ton 1107 Main St. Wheeling, W. Va. GIRLS PUMPS and OXFORDS 165 pairs cf Girls* Pumps and Orfords. all leathers. all styles $1 00 values. HALF OFF r n PRICE.DUC Off on all Summer Footwear! '•>V V ^ \W/ N J WOMEN’S $3.00 OXFORDS and PUMPS Including Velvet, Suede. Tan. Patent and Dull Leathers, all styles, all sizes; widths AA to F.F.. which insure you a perfect fit. Special Fri day and Saturday. X Dr. A. Reed’s $5, $6 and $7 Oxfords 200 pairs of the Famous Dr. Reed Cushion Sole Oxfords; come in all leathers; all styles. Piled on tables for ' quick selection. Retter Ret in I early, as they won't last lonp. \ F.xtra special Friday and Sat v WOMEN’S WHITE ' T. BOOTS gj j |ust received .VK) pairs of Ladies’ V - White Sea Island Duck and ^o» >ashcttc Shoes. Oxfords and I v "gp Pumps; tip or plain toe. with ^ , fancy .Milo buttons; short \vamps and hiuh Cuban heels. Kxtra special for Friday and Saturday _ $1.95 Men’s Oxfords at Half Price We must have room for our Fall Shoes, so all our Oxfords will go regardless of cost. j We are offering such well known makes as Howard & Foster. T D. Marry, nice & Hutchins, nnd a few pairs of the famous Stetson and $>'• tlx fords. Kxtra Special Friday and Saturday.. $2.18 --- Wo men’s Strap | Sandals InrlmlinK 1 ami strap Samlals Your rliniiv of tan. pali-nt or 'lull li-a*li< rb. t- ■■" ami i film \ almb Kxtra Spi'dal Kri' ly m i nr allil S:itnrila> vD I . L 0 I-=T Women’s Odd & End Oxfords We have taken nil otir broken lines of J:' on and lir.'O Oxfords and Pumps and piled them on tables for quick sell Z 'ri $1.00 i i Men’s Odd and End Oxfords We have taken our broken linen of |2.nu anil $2 r.u Oifords and idled them on the tables for <:uirk Rolling. All leathers, all styles. $1.50 i » MEN’S ELK 1 SKINS ; Thin *hoo han mad" a hit with the uorknlp men of Wheeling Como in tun and black leath er*; \«orth o. our i Priceal. $1,69 Girls' Roman Sandals Come In Velvet. Pat ent and Dull Leath ers; with sla straps, cuff top and tassel Sizes 111] to 3 at SI 50; 8*s to 11 at $1.25; 5 to 8 at ths specia pries of— 98c Gins’ While Shoes Owlnc to a late shipment a Pitt abort: department etore ran celled their order, niv intt 'ib the chance to buy at Icbb than rr.inufnctnraiK rout All tores up to Kxtru Special Friday and Satur day.. -. BOYS’ SHOES AND OXEORDS Come in Tan. Patent and Dull Ceat‘-er*i button, lace and Btucher styles. Been selling them all season for $2.00 and $3.00. Extra Special Friday and Saturday, SJ.25 l r. md ;i points nh.nO of Phtlad* I pl with whl h train th* v begin nn iiiip-.rt.itit S'TI.h ti -d:i>. Hi" standing «.f th* li.nl« rs Is. Won I/«f IVt. ■ • • .• ■ I • Pittslirg . «' 39 .api \- w York . r.9". I t s* > H • . • 4 t Th i » :• * ni«-l t i * in th* r< liitlve st.*n*l'tiir f *h Am*r.- *n league I* ml* • •• I !•* ••* it both logs it .- t r \ hi.'a s maintain a ji P*dnt loti. FORGERY CHARGE V.' H Fos Arrested Near Huntington for C'nre Alleged to Have Been Committed Here. '■'..of Hasting* will leave this morn !r. at 10 o'clock for Huntington to get U illlatn II Fog. v ho Is w anted on n choree of (org< rv The alleged crime was .-iiti miffed here a* the time of the Knights Templar conclave, the name of A S I South worth. of llontItigton. uavioK he* n forged to a check for * .' The crime w»“ one of the coole: t O', er brought *<> -he attention of the Inrat police Fog Is said to hare com i fed *!.•• forgery In order to buy n diamond ring at a local Jewelry stoge \. • n. dine ’hr setting to his liking. It l> said, lie sent It to Cincinnati t> hate • ic ci m reset, and hnd the hill •ent to Mr Southworh Fog Is a r>r in of a prominent family of s ■ tersellle. ATTEMPTS SUICIDE W fr of Traction Company Employe Or nka Carbolic Acid With Suicidal Intent. I • ’ I* ’ nr.* n\er ilotrr* |c trouble*, Mr* U tlll.im Mlrharla. *'f* of a f**r»ion company ..niplnae. t vlng on 1 .r.ro'n inm'ir lirldgcport. aifompfrl r,'fi ml* aulrtdo at her honjr vea 1 rd.i- ar*rrnoon by drinking a rjtian t'-* of > arbolle arid Pf A J lleln I* n «n< railed an* attended to tbr ""i an « ho mat atirvlve She drarx t iiouab of the polaon to hate killed an ordinary prrxon A HOT ONE Thuraday Waa Almcat Lika Old Time* With the Thermometer Stand ing at 98. M*\ broko fhn heat record for the f*h!o Valley. July shattered ft to fra* merit*. and Nur i«t *ecm* to be tr^tra to pulverise the refnaln* The effort *o far ha* been a failure, compare.I to tbe cent trv and notne odd mark* of July, but tbe Hn«We merenrv wa« |besting It for the top of ?h* tubs yea ’onlay afternoon in tine style and landed all sprond out at This was the official high mark ns shown tin Hi government themiotne '• r of Miss Forsythe, and to the swel tering thoiisanils who trod the pave iiients It scented that it should be touch higher. In fart the weather was almost like summer time, and winter wraps were i.ot visible m (treat pro fusion or elegance. b e i ream was again king of the drug store, and numbered his subjects by thousands Tlo* humidity was only moderate, an 1 the day wns nn Ideal one for ptrntrs and outing- There was no indication of cooler weather ia»t night. ©♦©♦OMO«*OMOMOMO^OMO*C P AL A C E $ 7> UNDERTAKERS $ 4 PA»tO»:< 1114 WATSl sr. ▲ <J Esueri Ei tain.4: « iuj X Ilhii'Sral Directors 1 '' o f. II. WATKINS. JR. 4 605 •wuti Ptur. btrict Q EVBAL4C1 A FRED. C. S< MMEICIIEI. X tlttSAiSt* A Ml a I .nt ■: Y Obituary F u^f nt. ' ■ • ■ nded was the ftt tet.il <.f th» 'Mic Joseph WHshar. whl. ,1 w ,S I 1 r, ni t-e |. • ten. ■ . f nf* I* *h* r. Mr* I ,,p Klfhi'fi* bets It It"l M • it. Street no JJ ' '• .ft • • . , f| s T»»st i/rr. of ih I os' Itfc.lsh l.uth • ran < hurrh, w ay :n i harp.' of th« Mt-ry 1. . s. which war- <1- ply Impreafdia Th- Int. me rit was ir.udc a th« i*e. i.itiKiila cemetery, t',-. |.n]|ieartrr t.e II.u mum here of :he .a. K.. <>hl < m lii'li« "f the A. Trtfi.'d. Turnbull Finrral, Th. fun. rni ..f the lute Mr*. St<*. I'hani Turn'.nil, nil.. .led on Monday, \i..' held >. «,..r.|.i n,. II ii.p from ih* '• 1 I a. • of her Iii.pt'. w, nt tl| ..fair. «*r> *• Scry |c e nr ih- redden*. iv. r. f.'ll « d h. r. t ilen Huh ni.ira nt th* s “ 1 Heart 'hereto, ,.r which the '• ’ 14 •! "nr a in. mhrtr. The attend : anrrowlnr relntltarw and friend* Inn very lam ■ The Her. Knth-r K"4 tl ... ih, tntrrmeol *'“* ruH.I. ii Mt. Pnlrary' cemetery. CI'uli Fur.eral. I'l. m th” In tic of 1). r elet-r. Mia* fillin''. *h i h t. , i it.i,. ptreet. w i* hold veer er day in. miry nt Jt Ah . -1.. 4 the funeral .f th IM Ml** Via rhll'e, who died ""iiendn*. Strvlr.o at th« h«ci«. w. r.. follow. I r. ,1. in htpti tre a at St ,1- * ,*h\* , .111,, ilral. and nterrr.n* w. « ni. d* ut Mt 1 *1 y ary <nr,. • rv ' Happy Obmi-'ti • idin ■ irr ..1 t. m re frrrn • * a, arriinj. • tile f..r th. funeral ..f th. la'. 11. r.r. 1 J|a| |. h.ul not '• n <oni| l«t d lr»t .«v• nine Mr .... 1 H* v « 1 ' Wtf i.biI fo I . hlldrm, a '•r.th tl'.i *" 'Ii 1 nd two • !* tir». ..; a A . f I ft ra,Happy. ADVERSE REPORT WASHINGTON A tic id—Th" hoiji. h:.| for the Vox,elnii of the cot loti ached lit of the | ri yen' tariff law *a» r> imrted aihve'selv to the rn-nate lav from the finance cnnmii'fee Ohtectt. -I ■ 1* null., hr Stna'or Over Man. o' \ rth riroiina to Senator Kmoot * r«t,ue*t tfcwt 'lie hilt he mad" th.. .nfflilt’. l I .it,.... the *er.at# s’eni r ■' 1 w. (repeat hi* rejur*, 1 la'er. Not Sisters N..w arid egjtn vou are two women pare, mg ik on I he after• »bo ka'k like tiafera. Y cm are eaConiahrJ to learn that flier air mother and daughter. and yuu n elite that a iTomun at i..rtr or f»rty-bte c-.ghf to So ul tier finvii ai.t I. rr • "I ■ im I ft m ? ' The general heiliti of »«n-,i it ..<> m l.mairlr eiaortafeii w itb (be ljr»l bealtii of the fieri,ally fcn»i:n«c organ# that there can be no red el.;-#k» .ind >ormd foecn nbrre I tie re it (.male -a .i«ae», Women who hare on (Tart d from thia trouble have found prompt rabcf and aura ia tha me of Dir. Pleree'# Favorite Praaeription. It -tvaa vigor ewd v,rattryiio tba organa of womanhood. It eieara tbe coaiplcimn, bright tn- tha • ra» and red lie na tbe rhaaka. l No alrehol, or behit.formtug dniga ia contained in " Pa vnrtfn. Treat ription.** Anv an k annuo may r.mauli l>t. Piece# hy letter, free. Every Irtter ia held aa aartedly confidential, and anawerrd in a plain envelope. kaklreaat World'a fhapewaary Medical Ataortation. I> K A P.rree. Prea . Hilda n. N.Y.