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Whittall Rugs at Summer Clearance Sale Prices T^HL maker cf the famous Whittall Ru;> permits retailers twice a vear to dispose of patterns which are to he discontinued it less than the price which is maintained at ■ ]thfr thruout the year. We feature this July Clearance Sale by offering all dropped patterns of the famous Whittall Rjgs at prices possible at no other time_ prices which bring these high grade Rugs .*3 you at the cost of the ordinary kind: Whittall* Perrins Body Brussels Room-Size Whittall* Royal Worcester Wilton Room-Size Rugs. 9x12 feet, in Oriental and medallion Rug*. 9x12 feet, extra heavy, woven in . patterns, regularly $27.50; C*99 OCT handsome patterns and colorings, regularly Clearance Sale price.tWO.ZD Clearance Sale QQ ^ hittall s Childema Body Brussels Room-Size Rugs. 9x12 feet, the heaviest and best grade '*Dtta,ls„ Anglo-Indian Wilton Room-Size _ . * Rugs. 9x12 feet, very closely woven, extra made. Oriental and small effects in two-tone heavy and in dcsiRns and colorings to suit colorings, etc., regularly OPC every taste, regularly $48 00; (]> iA AA $31.50; Clearance Sale price. Clearance Sale price.tP^Usl/U yWhittall s Teprac Wilton Room - Size Rugs. Whittall’s Anglo-Persian Room-Size Rugs size 9x12 feet, a heavy weight, high grade Rug 9x12 feet, the rival of the Oriental, woven noted for its great wearing qualities, regu- from carefully selected worsteds, the fin-st larly $37.50; Clearance (PQA AA of all Winton Rugs, regularly G* A OCT Sale price .vOvrovFvz $57,00; Clearance Sale price.. t Also call attention to a line of Ye Old Tyme Rag Rugs which are long wearing and clean » and bright, in two sizes, at prices which are about a third less than most retailers get for them: Rugs 25x50 inches in size at.T5< i Rugs 30x60 inches in size at.. vThe Great Mid-Summer Remnant Sale Will Take Place Thursday •pWlCF. a year-in January and July—this store holds sales of this kind. It s the time when all remnants, odds and ends, broken lots, short lengths and slow sellers arc to go on sale ticketed with a price that will rush them out. Conditions are such that prices were never lower than now and quantities in many lines greater than ever before—which, if you know anything at all about these semi-annual events, means much to economical shoppers. ■ We invite you. therefore, to come Thursday expecting some remarkable values. Even if you have to journey a hundred miles or more to get here it will pav you, as you will be able to save yoqr railroad fare several times over. ! Full details of the wonderful money-saving possibilities of Wheeling s Great Remnant Sale will be given in the local afternoon newspapers to-day. * Corset Week D"% r overlook the showing of Lady Betty Corsets we are making this week—have a look at the window display and then come to the second floor and ask to he fitted in one of these Pli ... ,. , .........- 0 ant-Bone Lady Betty Corsets, honed with a ma * broken while the Corset is being worn. The cut gives you an idea of the unbreakable Pliant-Bone sidestecl. Latly Betty Corsets range from 91.00 to 9.VOO Store Closes at Noon Fri day—Other Days Kxcept Sat urday the Closing Hour is ."i P. M. COUNTY COURT ! MarUrf* Xdc«na«a. .Tobra V.'»on. ai*e «; MHUiie, O. and Alle#. Kejfner. 41. of ffellair*, «* John Wear, 47. Monongalia. W Vi., and Mar> K >!*■*?.. *. of tdilo . aunty Ajoatmo Armani. 2A, and Oinlift 1 anil, 2?. hath *»f l<rti!«e* i>ort i U«hn' •• TriifiM. |f«. and Johannali T Vanure> l b**h • f Wt.«eiing *i H John*to»», 2*, of M’aftley vtlle, <». and I'lar.i Harfile. 22. of r.trkerehura. W V» KaiP'i*! WalW*t#ir "2. of Rkhmon'I. Vi. ar»»l Fannie ieemr**r, 22. of VT heeling Pavld Watt, 3& of w lee,mg and Mar garet Morgan. 43, of W heeling fldndarf. Hlehafd Robert*. n appointed ad * minletrator of the ertate of Roy Need i am, bond lion Dated a of Truat. T •" o d^eda of true! *ere rerorded. ©••ft# Manor deft. L D Mole and wife to N* R f|ej|. Jot j i'll! 22 In I>. Znn* addition, ron*ld*ratlon Marry J. lira** and wlf* to lt«l*n M you**. Il*na M Mon** anil 1***1* m romllnaon. lot No ‘i. at Woodlawn. I r ««1*l(ihla dlatrlrt. ron*id*ran«n 110 ' ir.*r>vi ood r*m*l*r} to .Mr* Margaret 1 lark. *a*t i.alf of u*l No (03 in ae.'tlon ‘d In tir**nwr»od , *m*r*ry *'nth*rln* Church an.I hn-l.and to WII lo.rn Chur ‘. lot of ground <->.inm*n. inn •« I«dnt *n*t *ld* of Market *tr**t and r .lining ?n f..« t *o,,tt, ,,f aoiithoaat < r>r h*r of |*ik* and Market *tr**t* U K II XI. l.a n arol elf* and f.nul»a A M. IA in *„ Ro'..rt I M :..i„ and l.n.na* |; Wood*, undivided on*-*t«ih In •*r.»r in remainder of ft K II M l.aln property d"« *n ,<> vi •*t r.,rr»r Mar. J!'. * 1 w*",h <'onald*ration MANY TO ATTEND Tha Summar School to Ba Hold at Tarra Alta Undo* Auap.caa of Stata V. M C. A. Th* t.oy* ar* r*Eiatrrln* dally for ’’in V. M c. A. *m nm|.m*nt at t.ak* T*rra Alta during thla month arol I Auguat an<| the latter part of thl« m*>nth. finite a number of young men from thl* rlty win have for th* a;mmcr training a, hool. a h. re they will a peml a fe» week* Terra '.-a i la but len mil, a front Ml. I^tke Park. I Md , and I he convontepr, * afford' :il Terra Alta will turnlah a moat de lightful t a at Ion The large lake t„r i shlng and f nno.-ing and awirnminr with th- Inrge athletic field and g m naaium cannot t.e attrpaeacd Tlte *' cncrx la lelightful and th~ mountain ;ilr retreating and In g.neial It |a art d* al plat. The tufnrru a* h o| la 1 und»r the direction of the y. \| ,■ j\ i r'atc aaaociwtion. and Prof \ \|.,r * ri* ft of * he torsi asonriatlfin |g » t ..r». of (he pt atf || drpartmrni aided by an eTIelent torp of train* ra 0. Ed. Mendel & Co. russA4L PntgTTSM SSL) r ■ a a i. m r a.s :ML ***'" Wheeling, Weal vs Call night or d*y. Either oh, oa Oeo. E. JOHNS Co. I inal Announcement on Women’s and Misses Tailored Suits E«h'**—Regular Small Women and Mime.' Size Wc Offer One Hundred and Fifteen Suits Ranging in Trice from $19.50 to $48.50 Tor l/2 the Original Prices Good clean Merchandise of Exception! Value. .1 forme, price., Speci.l offering „f W..h Drum -Zephjrra-Laien* Gmgtmma- B.n...., Aim Odd Linen Dreme.. For *4 and l/z Lqsa> ThanRedular Valii«»<^ BRINDLEY TO FLY IN CHICAGO MEET — FAMOUS WRIGHT AVIATOR MN08 APPLICATION FOR ENTRANCE. Will B« H>« Last Racora Fi.gnt. aa Ma Bays Money End of Gama Is Shrinking. Aviator Oscar Brindley, the famous Wright flyer. holder of the American altitude record of 11.775 feet, who »aa in Wheeling for the peat few' days, sent In an application yeeter-1 >iay to enter the world a notation meet at Chicago in the fall. "la going to make the Chicago ! m*et my last, so far as trying for rcc | o'da la concerned,'' declared Brindley to an Intelligencer reporter yesterday , *« he dropped hia application Into the l mall box at the MrLure. "The money end of the game is shrinking rapidly, and the llttie remuneration gained ; rlnce so many flyers have been de veloped is not sufficient to Justify a man In taking his life In his hands. . I shall do exhibition flying, but the Chicago meet will see my last record] I attempt. I'm going after the altitude mark again, but that will be the end", Brindley also wrote to the Wright I factory at Dayton yesterday to secure a lighter and faster machine than that which he is now using for the! ! Chicago flights. The aviator and hia manager, W. J. | • •abrlel. left Wheeling last night for ( incmnati. where they are booked for | two ftlgh's dally Thursday, Friday. Saturday and Sunday of this week at Coney Island. Both Brlndlev and Paul Peck, another great Wright flyer, will j team together during the meet. | “I would have liked to have made! j a couple of flights at Wheeling Park! this week,-' said the aviator, “hut i there Is no place there to start or] land, owing to the trees and build ings. I don't like to take chances i such as would face a flyer out there, j *>o we had to call it off.'' Following the Cincinnati meet i | Brindley and Peck will go to Fair mont. where they will fly for three days. July 22. 23 and 24. Af'er the] Fairmont flights they will Jump foi Iowa and All a number of bookings through the West. BANKRUPTCY CASES Action Taken in Armstrong and Erwin Matters in Wheeling Courts T uesday. Action was taken on two bankruptcy matters in Wheeling courts yesterday. In the case of .1 |* Krwtn. of Cam cron, a meeting of the creditors was held a; the office of Referee .Volte. : '! he trustee. Victor F. Cooper, of i ilarrlsville. w as authorized to : ell the personal property at public or private j sale In the bankruptcy matter of R W. Armstrong, of Wheeling, orders of ad judication and of reference to Referee I 1 W. Cummins were ordered entered hv r. s Commissioner George K. Koy<L CONVENTION Of Kninhts and Ladies of the Golden Cagle to Be Held at Huntington In September. The Knights and l.adies of the Golden Kagles will hold ihelr annual | convention jn Huntington the third Tuesday in September. and rnnilniilng for three days Mrs Anna Gandy will ie :n charge of the degree work of tin- local past templars so as to not .ai>" the time during the convention Following are the local people who will attend the convent!..n W C ||||. inr.l. fInrfield Castle Vo .1. this city; Mrs Anna Gand*, grand templar of lien vood; Mr* Peterson, vice grand j templar, *»f McMe«h»n; Mrs Charles* I I belli, mm ter of cert monies, this city; ■ -i emple. miss Rabj c Central temple, Mrs Kate Keu. this rlty. I ORDER FOR CUP _ Secretary Sehwertfeger Presents Pr.se to Woodmen On Behalf of Business Men. Secretary Kchwertfcgrr. of the I " heeling itiisin.-ss Men s Association. ' Present.-.! an <*rd. r to the Mtslrrn Mooiitncn on he n c. Franzheim firm >est< rdav. for the beautiful stiver |ov. '.tig cup to Ik* given hv the associa tion to the tno-j popular team in the I j Tl state enrampmen now being held 1st Wheeling park T h« cup is a handsome trnphv. stardc g two b et Mgh and ts mount r'\ on » beautifully arranged base j Th** n unc of the winning team anil | the date of he presentation will bn I engra* eif r>n the cup. I ! Why Bake? Don’t Worry—-Lite Is Too Short You can reach us by either phone and have delivered to you baked goods containing pure ingredients of the high est quality. LET US SERVE YOU. i— YOU OWE YOUR FACS A DEBT. Take rare of your face. I’ay it what you owe it. It I doe* a jgreat deal for von why not do *'»meth'nir for It. If your fare Itrhe*. if It 1* covered with pimple*, * marred by Mark-head*, rotjghne** or rednen* you will find relief tn our DI8APPEAHIWQ CHE AM a facial remedy compose.) Of ingredients that alleviate I cleanses the pores and helps remove pimples. black heads. and blotches. 25c the jar. _ John Coleman Co. Chemists t Drn.ryiava, TWO STOKES 10th and soth and Market. Chaplina. PECULIAR CAPERS CUT BY THE RAIN' SHOWERS YESTERDAY FELL ONLY IN SPOTS AND PATCHES. In One Instance Torrent Descended Before Baer’s Druq Store, but , Not a Drop Fell Opposite. Th«* rain gods rut some peculiar rapors In Wheeling Tuesday. A *o. rim. of summer showers swept the city during the afternoon, falling onlv It. spots and patches. At 2:3o ronslo entitle rain fell near the H. & O de pot. but above Sixteenth. Market street was ns dry as a bene, with the sun shining brightly. At about 3:3<>! the tables were reversed, for a heavy , shower fe'l in the v'rinity of Twelfth and Market, but above Fourth atroci and below Sixteenth pedestrians atn bled eontentedly along In the sun shine. Auother unusual ineident waa note.; a few minutes lat-r when a veritable! torrent of rain fell about the Hoard Trade building, while people on the opposite stde of the i treat were themselves sue touched and watched with amusement th" reramh’e for shelter among those before the build in:. , Y M. C* A. Off'csr. and Mtrsbsrs Havs Chavs After Bird. Vest*nt iv afternoon In th.. loht.y of the V M <* A a sparrow was th# i suer ..f much excitement. The little I’lrd ft* w .n .it en* of the open win- I •lows, an I th< t-.o» who wer- in th lobby at the time va-e rhnse. Th » r"< rn end th*r Into the offlre and was <hi«-.| It to the fc.fe. hut ...aped when one ..f th- officers trl. •« to . ateh It For mm.' time the l.-wFdcr-d 1 bird ft-w In and out the rooms hut was finally <aptiirid and r<t« ased in; the open. ItridRc Work. -a. |* r Tooth. AAffl tIVi >0c $> 1P IrVVT^n^^ lp £"'' ** ,’,f «®M (rownx Trrfh. $., | p. f- t p Delay is Dangerous lr** a serious thing to put off your dental wort. I here’s no felling to what suffering your J neglect may lead. Resides’ it’s always cheaper “ to *iH cavities that are just started. The larger the Cavity the more the cost. • I < >ur facilities for d'»ing the very best work I whether in filling, extracting or making artifi- . cial teeth are not equalled elsewhere in the state. b ALL WORK GUARANTEED P HIUU BROTHERS k 1019 MAIN STREFT f Oprn Ermine* Monday. Wcdnrrdav. Saturday-( Wd Sunday* L| — Geo. R. Taylor Co. “The Progressive Store'* WASH GOODS WILL YOU BUY THEM A T THESE PRICES? 25 Pieces IRISH DIMITT % sold for 25c _ 9c Yard 25 Pieces ORGANDIES \ sold for 50c _ 9c Tard 50 Pieces EFLEURE sold for 5oc _ 29c 1 'ard 25 Pieces Etnb. and Dot Swiss and Fancy Mull sold up to 85c _ 29c Yard Mulls and Poplins 25c value 19c Yard Suit Case Utnbrcllas MENS WOMENS Cotton Gloria $1.00, $1.50, $1.95, $2.48 - Silk $2.75, $3.50, $4.50, $5.00 with smart detachable handles and easily foldover ferrules these tit into an ordinary suit case—Would u>u think of traveling without one? WHAT TO READ IN VACATION. August Me Cal Is IT CONT VINS BETWEEN YOU AND THE EDITOR (Editorial). HOW CAN THE WOMAN OF TO-MORROW DRESS MORE BE COMINGLY' (Illustrated). THE TARDINESS OF PRINCE MAXIMILLAN. (Story). Illustration* by Gordon Grant. MAYOR WILSON AND THE AWAKENING IN HUNNEWELL. I Illustrated). WHY I PREFER TO LIVE IN THE COUNTRY. (Illustrated). PLUMES AND THE BRIDE iStoryl. II ustraMon* by Gordon Sweeney. LOVE PASSED THROUGH MY HOUSE TO-DAY. (Poem). THE ARROW-PLANE GIRLIES. (Color Car;oon). THE SHOW GIRL. (Story). Illustrations by Arthur E. Jame son. A W.r.no.ooo BUSINESS RUN BY WOMEN. (Illustrated). JUST BECAUSE ITS YOU. DEAR. (Son*). A GIRL AND A SUIT CASE (Serial). PAMK* ,N' BOUDOIR AND EN FETE Clluatratad). TIIE REINCARNATION OF MISS HETTY, (Prize srory). SHADE IIATS AND SUNRONNETS (Illustrated! ^ NEW I EE1NITIONS OF SUMMER STYLES (Color Plata). THE LATEST HINTS IN FASHION’S REALM. (Illustra'ed). i I1E HOME DRESSMAKER. iLeaaon No ltt). NEW NOTES ON FANCY WORK. (Illustrated). "AINTIES FOR AUGUST. . Ilh.Mratedl. P1JTLE TALKS ON NEEDLE WORK. (Illustrated I. MEM S FOR A WEEK IN AUGUST CANNING AND PRESERVING SUMMER FRUITS COZY CHATS WITH OUR GIRLS TAKING CARE OF THE FACE IN SUMMER °PR HOUSEKEEPING EXCHANGE WAy»,T° HEALTH VIA THE SLEEPING PORCH. (IllustnE PRO! > K CONI UCT AND CEREMONIAL OF TIIE WEDDING 35c A YEAR BY MAIL and _ 1 v PATTERN FREE HUNGARIAN *] SCARFS FMBROIDFRED f S?5i7!ER PIECES . J 1 ABLE COVERS for picturesque use in Den, Library or Porch, all in fast colors 24x24 45x45 9Sr l 7) 30x30 54x54 7 0L C// 36x36 ,8v|5 _ 18x54 sped,,/ Turkish Tozvels characterized by a heavy double thread weave, size w inches, a hot weather satisfaction—15c value 12 V^c Each special 'Turkish Tozvels heavy single thread towel, size 26x5 5. Note its goodly proportions—you'll find it unusually ab sorbent—5oc regular 39c Each Sc hint Wash Clothes 3 for 10c Hath J fats—all colors SOc Up 1 He I aylor^^iorofare