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/ ; 50 STYLES—500 FROCKS For Little Miss Wheeling and her many 2 to 14-Year Cousins USELESS your task, Mothers! You can’t begin to buy your materials, make, or Ime made, dresses that can compare with the Ready Frocks this store shows. Price tor price, style for stvle, quality for quality they outrank anything we ve run across this many a day. New Kimonos For Children —Of Crepe in all the pretty Kimona Crepe patterns and colorings. Carefully, smart ly made. 4 TO 14 SIZES } 98c Z $1.98 — COTTON 1 CHALLIS $ 7 .49 KIMOMOS > 1 4 to 14 yrs. J __ j Buy Dresses BY MAIL Out-of-Town folks make good use of the U. S. Mail in ordering Children’s Dresses. And we prck the dress as per order, with j most painstaking care. JUNIOR FROCKS 1 —One of this store’s spec ialties. Made to conform I to the lines of the youthful I figure—and the tit is invari I ably perfect. In particular —Voile. Mirquisette and I Batiste Dresses of exceeding cni irtn Everyday Dresses 2 TO 14 YEAR SIZES—(^hambra 'j Gingham Frocks—2 shades blue and tan. Belt; low neck; short sleeves. rhnirn 2 TO 6 YEAR SIZES -Seersucker l . Gingham Frocks in blue. Long f waist; low jieck; Gibson pleat— 2 TO 5 YEAR SIZES—kimono Slipovers of blue Indian Head. Colored belting and bandings. - 3 TO 6 YEAR SIZES^-Percalc" Dresses in blue and white stripe, Low neck and short sleeves; V^tlOlCe pleated skirt— l ^ 6 TO 10 YEAR SIZES—Percale \rJc%C Dresses in black and white. Gib son pleat. Colored piping. 8 TO 12 YEAR SIZES—Plaid a Gingham Dresses in plain col ored trims in contrast. White piping. .«n 2 TO 6 YEAR SIZES—Checked ^ Gingham—2 shades of blue and pink, low neck and cap sleeves. J Better Dresses 6 TO 10 YEAR SIZES—Plain blue"! —red and white trims; red tie. I $ "I .98 Gingham Frocks—sailor collar f I Extra. I 6 TO 10 YEAR SIZES—French"! Gingham Plaid Dresses; pleated | 83*98 skirt; round collar; tow neck; f U blue trims— ’ I 8 TO 12 YEAR SIZES—White \ pink and blue Repp Frocks— | 8/1 .98 low neck, short sleeves; pleated ( skirt; pin tucks. J I $1.49 Each j Extra tine Dresses in to t ) \ear sizes. I (^ anJ u hit* tigureJ percale—of All-over trimmed I laid Gingham, they’re our famous I '•ell-at-sight f r« **. k. AT PITTSBURGH a T»rie* Mailatt ▼ ••• up R'op-Ct**t»* a. « R«i> "»#a h<'t li T. r •»* r* ar» i f 'V * 4 •—t* Ha -•? • -rm «• ftiatone * tb tb» '>*». r.t >4 *k» pr ya».: r an- '* f. 'f ai>rnat 11t* I »*> *»■•* "I tar* a *S b» •t' ur» I a* • »». * • at - * ***»• »■ < * 1 Wfc-a*tre » H p~ f' •« . • >aia « •« r<* t* Hf * ■!» * ♦ * • #*• '99 ".9 T9 l>* '■• I •••■ [■ * r-»* -ra • » .a *a». a * grmi aa< *>« < • .at aa4 m' MEET THURSDAY >M»< «* «# |e« *^%4 *•'* | A«*r ' •*' # • -«f »»M •* A b«> **■» * * *• r# ^ • •»*■•• fc» if f » fr« :« Y%«^A»f «K " « \* i %m «* t|xi |ptf S O H ! A Mtf * • I -r • A • 9 . »>4» ><•« t|t <o * • * * • - *; 9 «. ^a • «fi* M' I • *%• » c //f;vs <v so v s *1 ■jf' r_’*«n t«.a hi COMPLETE PLANS FOR STATE MEET COMwttiu or b w a TO VA«c mrorti TCOAV *»*«•»♦*• C ' ff*» A I Hr It la. V*" g »t MutAarttr, -j ri«af ,•!»* rnmn .• «f tV *WI '« Wtx • *a* V>t | Iwrlt'na AA " a*" »• • l»«—«>t A* * * "Ain« * m >mm. Alan* baat jaarw-ra ta tA. ■--n-it far | aaa a*;! >« ’ * *«%'•**.■* tt |( ~ * • .ft* *r »f ••# .I U • Wi trw J Hft * • *“ '*» I »•** tal a naan •i '"t»i • Ataaa COMMITTEE * ’*« •» C«»~, tea a* A © ** ta A -a-t* • » 't A >'tt . 1 «* -• * *. tax Tknaat Itri ~a * fcaat a «X It A VintMa FIND THE CLOCK TK* L |«( rait**" a, -- Kn •ctaa .« Naa 4.*, Tow*, of C*tjr tv • Vk .* TV* u*v Tv«* rwi*4 la -h* ♦ *f . *«, v .*• **>* »**l a r.«: it* >M • *«, u,... * f '* r* r ' Vr» * B,CM, l"* “**4- ’*•* H«n,-na»* ,v rW. f«*«a V- V*. .4, <fc4 * f *r_ I. aV. W - na f—P- Va<- art. „*. -■r *.«t <*-«• Mtva fa- . * f. . ’ m*»r *+• •* <»- n*4 t*a»tar* • * r. •: V «a|. 1* ft,. *•’**■ a »1 • I »i 1 w p« • »* ~t. aaa.i • >**»« a f»» a*, t -ami u , ToBar L » 6000 CO COMMITTEE MEETS NO COUNCIL M*' *«"a< Imxaif c -~a_ •• 6a«a T c *, Im -*m a~4 Taa^ *M 4, o, • 1» aaaiia w r *y* m+9* fif af rff« #‘^ * »•** ft *%• Wv «»*** ■ JAft mm i -« INTELLIGENCER TOURISTS OFF FOR EUROPE TOMORROW mm •fw_____ __ WINNERS IN BIG CONTEST TO TOUR THE ST. LAWRENCE. And Sail Saturday From Montreal On Allen Lina for 8wlng Through tho Old Country. To-morrow will mark the opening oX t*» Anal chapter of the Intelligencer European Tours contest, conduced so • successfully by this paper through a number of weeks and came to a close several weeks ago. when the young ladles who were the winners of the ten free trips will leave on their tour of the old country. The young ladies who will make up the party, and who were winners.are: Mra. Annie Holloway, of the Island; Miss Genevieve Ewing, of I.eather wood: Miss Mary Bradley, of Mc Meehen; Mr* Elwina Sample, of Cam eron; Miss Kate Fry. of Bellaire; Mist. Campsie Bailey, of Barnesvllle; Miss Nelle I’atton. of Fslrpolnt, *and Miss Nannie Ogilvee. of Cadis. O. Miss Daisy Goodhue, of Martins Ferry, was also one of the winners, but not being desirous of taking the trip at this time made other and satisfactory arrange ments with the paper. The trip will carry with it a ro mantic tinge as Miss Beulah Osborn, another of the successful contestants, was wedded yesterday afternoon to Edward F. Horstmsnn. a well known attorney of this city, and left Immedi ately for Pittsburgh and eastern point*. She and her husband will Join the party at Montreal and complete their honeymoon on the Intelligencer trip. Go Via Pittsburgh. The members of the party will leave to-morrow afternoon over the B. & O. for Pittsburgh at 3:2<\ and upon their arrival In the • Smoky" city will be j •aken In charge by representatives of the Canadian Pacific Railway Com | pnny. They will then go to the lakes ; nnd tour down the St. I,awrence river 1 Wednesday night, all day Thursday) and Friday, arriving at Montreal at 6:20 o’clock Friday night. They will tall from Montreal 8a: urday morning. July 13. In charge of representatives of the Cook Tourist Co., on the Allen line steamship Scotian." and will visit all the prin cipal points of interest In the old country, the party being conducted personally from start to finish by rep resentatives of the Cook company. They will return about the middle of next month, arriving at Montreal August 12. and at this city several days later. Personally Conducted. The entire tour will be under the gu.dance of competent men and every, thing that will add to the comforj and pleasure of the tourists will be done, thus insuring a most pleasant trip. Every detail such as the transfer of t>aRK*ge. meals, side trips and other features will be looked after and none of the tourists will have any worry in this regard. The contest, of whloh the above yonng ladles are about to reap a por tion of the benefit, was one of the most successful ever conducted by any Wheeling newspaper and never was a more liberal offer made by any paper. Thla latter feature caused a IttKc field of contestants to enter for one of the ten prises offered and the interest was at a fever heat all the time, in splte.of the Intense rivalry that existed between the contestants, and their desire to win. the contest was conducted cleanly and the rivalry at all times was most friendly. The only feature to be regretted is ttaab all could not win. but realizing thla th» defeated candidates took the re sult very philosophically and went down to defeat with the feeling that they had made a good fight but lost. The contest throughout attracted inoro than usual Interest and the do ings of the tourists abroad will be followed by their hKctJreds of friends on this side of the big "pond." OUT-TKE-PrKE Heavy Bains In Country District. Showers fell vesterdav in the nut-the. I'*kv district at various points between the peninsula and Klin (Jnire. A heavy .aln felt lasting about a hnir hour, while in the city south of the creek there was «io rain at all. there was no tain what ever In the Short creek district. Her- 8- X. Arbuthnot to Praach. Next Sunday evening. Rev. S K. Ar buthnot. Superintendent ot the Wheeling lustrlct, will preach In the M K church at TrlaUcljihla. directly after the sermon he will administer the Sacrament of the lord's Supper. It is expected that a large crowd will be In attendance as Lev. Arl.uthnot Is a very Interesting and Instructive speaker. It Leads them all. GLOSSIT. Ask your lrealer. Paving Completed. Contractor l.enton completed the paving work between the park and Ml. C.ilvarv. yestgrday afternoon This, makes >|tiiie an improvement to the pike . In this section, as Ihe toad is paved on ! •dot Sides the entire length from Ulochs I station to the park. Modern Woodman. Henry Clay Camp Modern Woodman of America, i.ict last even.ng rri regular rraatoit at Kim tirovs ltegulnr busi ness was transacted, ^rid eevernl mat ters of Interest discussed A number of T .embers of the l.Mige will go to the city Thursday aftern-am to attend the I a rad*- uulte a number of members are attending Ihe encampment being held at the park this week. All mem- I bern are requested to meet at Fifteenth ..nd Koff streets. Thursday afternoon, to I a* tend the parade. Fourth Quarterly Meeting. The fourth uuarterly conference of i tin- Trladelphla church will be held I rnl.j. Jutv is. at tl.e chur. h ut Tria. or Iphla. and will be presided ,.ter by lustrbt Mupennren.ieni lt*-\. s K At- i bufhnot, of Wheeling Broke AaMe. While at a we|| drawng water near her ho., e In pan. r».,n Mm. lat no*r*dnc Vra W |. J.., i « ,n >| ti.e ini-f*.rt ..-.e t*. aide step in e.-uie manner and creak her ank e Ml . is under the care r.r in . 11f l , .* te ind la re| . i . to ee improving . er, nl. ely Paring Work Stated T » na w -k • the n*i ? ,.| • ' I tin. *.r e A.., rtarte.l . . Hag And Will be rushed to , 1 '' * tor L* i Tli* entire f. e . f Is n *rs|t e end the w rk w |*| 'la . ’ ’ »i forward fritfi: t . .w ... wren aa*tL " ■ ‘ ■ ■ ioeut TO START WORK ON NEWJNDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVES OF MER- i CHANT AND EVANS COM PANY ARRIVE. Will Immediately Start Work on Ex tensive Improvements to Plant at Warviood. Mr. Joseph C. Mallory, chief origin- ■ eer and Mrs. J. M. I>unran. represent ing the Merchant and Kvans company j of Philadelphia, arrived In Wheeling last everting and are arranging to start work Immediately on ext'-nslvo Improvements to the recently acquired property at Warwcod. formerly oc cupied by the West Virginia Bridge | and Construction company. The Board of Trade, a short timo j ngo. rm. the bridge plant to the j Philadelphia firm, as an old estahlisti- ] e<! one and has an extensive business. J Work on the Improvements and addi tions to the plant will be rushed j through as rapidly as possible tn ord er that actual operations may be started in (he near future. "Worn to a Frazzle." When President Roosevelt popular ized the word "frazzle" he reminded lota of women of the only expression that tells how they feel after (he work of washday or hour eeleanlng with rommon old yellow laundry soap Rosy Task laundry soap—the hard. pure, whl*" quick-action ;raap--ctits tho work square In two and keeps women from getting frazzled out. BUSINESS BR’SK Along the Rivtr. All Packeta Arriving and Departing With Good Cargoes. I The Stage. Yeeterdav wae a fairly good day j along the river and at the local wharf ' Nearly att of the boats are doing a vvnI hue I near especially between ! Marietta and this port The Pttrs- ' I ■ irgh and charleston packe’a are car rying coraidenthle freight, while a 1 ■ • . .11 ■ 'I'll mrii .HK ar. J Jej.Brt|n« for ti.(min** Th» Oceana of krmiiiili. Teon, ■ h!<-h ha« #pen* weeka In thla Hfkll't and P'Mah'irah. | aaaed >ea«er4a; at 1 o'clock on her war to 1 a!fn The launch l» a %• Iw niai line »5a r e intT>l>eH W|t b modern con * '"r ente* |M« Kliae the i>rt>pnefnr. »»a *• 'He wheel and th“ tewt waa l MkiM tairt* (oil time The •(««.. at ^e wharf .h-.wa*t a » tab- rtie m*t tea’erdat The >'«t' a the wharf •« at the Hr -- I A hACON kac;k khkk > >»u it, n<>t know h« * b». ‘ii iv unt.l v.mi k*«tk i* t.n t hiking ruck BEECH.NUT SLICED BACON i ■ k • 1 in thit nr tt fh«r bf'* b#.'. tn m llv *.»rVJ I*t >t»u know \<Hif btfJkMst • * JVtvhNut .lot*' n. f ■ t rwt tou M nn-rr ‘han l»» *.*ntt'' W«' if* fit in< i Rjf. >n k •« k H*U turn eery Ijfilf ur ».( lifi'ih Nut bv*»n un'.l ur pr*-*dnt 'tfvk n nhau«tt*i. H A. Drirhorst to. hit nutkrr i i - - _ 9 The Daily Chit-Chat By RUTH CAMERON W® ^ f-RE sitting on the veranda rejoicing In the glorious burnt of sun* sblne that followed a heavy shower. r . ***e little stenographer lady, with a long-drawn sigh c?.n,ent- Well, this Is the kind of day I like." •Oh. Is It? ' queried the Wants-to-be-Cynlc scornfully. "Well, there's "L!,<T !\. 0r **?*"• °f rour8« I may be peculiar In mine, but .lt does ["holiday" morning" h°Ur °F <W° °f hard raln ,8n t exacl,y Id^al weather for "'Courage, comrade the devil is dead. ” quoted the Author Man cheet fully. **In other words. It ha* stopped raining. Still, I do agree with you that It Isn’t Just the kind of day I should have picked out myself, if I had been consult ed." "Ilf you will give me a chance." put In Molly who had been wrinkling her nose defiantly. 'Til go on and finish my sentence. I was about to say that this was the kind of day 1 liked because It knew enough to rain and get It over with. Instead of half raining or opening and shutting fe.Il day. Just think of yesterday; bow it was dull all the morning and misty all the afternoon. Of course it didn't really rain once, but It was uncom fortable all day long. Myself. I'd rather have to-day— one hard shower and then bright sunshine." "I beg leave to withdraw my objections Molly" said the Author Maq, “I'd rather have UMlay any ... . . . “And ,od«y » people, too.” suggested the Lady »ho-always-knows-somehow. J , , u^!l,tly#' Batd th® Author Man, with an emphasis that suggested he had altrryber too good reason for understanding the bimile. "What does all this mean?” lnquiro* Molly. "It means," translated the Author Man. "that we prefer the lrtnrf — U.™ CeJ'iiZoZ^y. U rerr inleced “he “^"y-whlal wa^know^MmebJ^'* 'dlml^'d with my aunt or any of us. he would speak veTy sternly iut ,£ had said what he wanted to. he would go right back toLl* nirt LLn h!! t- .. >!«• If .ofblnS item, but she cooklnt get over It If anything troubled her ah. J ‘ross for hours, and she'd keep breaking out with her rrieri.nL ®hed ,ook >he would make the whole house uncomfortable aU uar^I ^ onle™. rhiw sr.i.ra xj-- »»sx *u«r. SiSis; "’hM i,“ > -j 'YSzc? C. Mechen darn. In the pool. 14 5, and 9i*low the dam Just three feet. Vaaterday'a Departure*. Greenwood, Parkersburg. 6 a. m. Sonoma. Marietta. 11 a m Uberty, Clarlngton, 6 p. m. To-Day's Boats. Kanawha. Charleston. 6 a m. Indian, Ma amorae. 11 a m Kiprea*. Matainoraa, lam. Greenwood. Pittsburgh, IS m Uberty. Clarlngton. 3 3<) p. m. PITTtfFI'RGH. July”» Stage* re x>n»d ton.ght follow; MTII BUND I'AM-Hirer It* eet and •'ilmr.an clear STEt BENVIUX Rltrr «.» feet tud stationary clear PARKEKSIU'Ri; R,%w feet and ailing cloudy MORGANTOWN Kieer 7 3 feet and >tatlo«ar« clnwdt <»IL CITT Ri»er Three Inches and al'tite clear * ARHEN Kitey .7 14 below station try i tear BODY RECOVERED law* •* e* goee.gwey Dec ««a< at 9*4*" a Run. P c wed Up at Twaody »Oe*te Street . T **rat* fc'Wf*h street te *eeUliaaI I a where eJ| drowned bodie* are «wnd froerdti ibe 'krd tvrfta* Mtki*. the pas* *ew meat*** >n f.-tad th d'fce bod* SCO.d a be that o» M fee Itrtt*, har who >n drew wed Words ' te* r* »• ' »t#r • • rwa The bdt ft wed hr the eye a '** '►» I S deedae ba< Wat *4 t g. awe Raruett turned the bdy >we» to 'he Rradet IttOertakiad «rw* where l wae Claimed be a etattwe CONVENTION ** '“••'••“ea Vea OiiM S* C r>t • tea V Way awe Lets' Pa*alt aetee* T *t' ta the a*ia Vee- <w • iXrka IS* the ■ w Iwe» ee a*ee d the ce«a octa *ew * a*, we* We to at*ewd *" w-aaewe af .■ «. he e«d Jaaaee k e..,c, 1 I Weft' *ta r*a rr ■ drat ad a a r*1 in a ■**te. d the ' ■ *' # *Bg |ppf g • gtpi fp^^ "* 'fhw—ea Md wtii hw ta *ntw. gee •1 We'tea t»uai„i a the aaaieey as. cd «a» **44i*( ll*w raw I »lease aa*“ Rat aha' I rad ha tweed data* “SOME PLACE" Upper End of Uland Hai Developed Into Mmature Atlantic City. The north end of Wheeling Island at thta time of the year ta a very <fe elrabl.. spot ee pec tally within tha paat few dava. when the mercury huge the tnt> of the thermometer, end the l«earh ..n the north end of the Uland • ie etmply fine Ke h afternoon and evtntng and on Hunday. large rowda glrle. wviti» men and women cati aeer wading and awimfnlng. The fa. | that the place ta a gradual •lope mahea it all the more d-eir.t.le for the young ladtta and the bottom U aand) Ka> h afternoon during ttw ho-,ra of the t>umtng nm. little t#nta or- |d*. *i«d and a number od t-e« pie go bathing In order ta beep M| I he atltf at the Aouatle wpot i« ctuh ta u'itte deep and t he ladtea can - r ■ enjoy the awhn. e» the north end the talard at the |eiat M feegnent '<• daily M large rrrwda who pr an* • cade ,p and d •« the teach and H remit,da tie of the beach at AtlMtld t'Mt MUSHROOMS cirry tfcf Rnrat line of 1m flu»h' om« to Ke had Hi iV city plan Hiliriiew Sancn Prwv m Ibnrgfb H RAISED POTATOES . *•« Ml teiectrd good unkdrt 30c Peck REFRESHING SUMMER BEVERAGES GINGER ALE • ItoariMd Imparled C. A f. Spet'i1 Doit* frv* ICED TEA *• Mrwd of n cart'^gP. not dr tn kart .a-rfaHw Mm Jed at •Or a Pamnd H. F. Behrens Co. SI? Marked ft.