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Benefit 8oh« a Great Success. The benefit show given lest night Bt the Thee'orlum by Manage* J ll Cotts of the theater, for the Miner* Relief Fund wse s great success All during the evening up till eleeen o'clock great crowds attended the show and a neat sum will be turned orer to the rnmm|u»« in charge of 0 the Bind Manager OottS l» lo be 1 complimented on giving th* proceeds ] to the relief fund The fund la rapidly | In. nunng . n h da> and It Is now 1 ground the two thousand mark All ' contributions should be sent to Dr B. M Sjnirr or Dr. B F Rhoads, the j committee In charge Boy Nearly Drowns Max. th" eleven year-old son of | Mr. and Mrs. J D Harbour, of Thomp- , son avenue came near drowning In the river on Thuradav evening, while bathing with several other boys. Max nnd another lad had hold of a log and as the other lad let go of It the log turned and rarrled Max Into tho | stream Me sank three times nnd was rescued by John Am. who was stand-: ing on the shore watching the young Inda bath. .Biat eleven -years ago the same day Mrs. Harbours' brother. ■ Charles Holbrook was drowned at the betid below town. lie. too. was eleven years of age. GL03SIT makes everything new Higgins Returns Home. Charles Higgins, who has been play lng with the Alliance Sebrlng team In the O. & P., league returned to his] home In this city yesterday morning. 1 The team he wns playing with went to the rocks and he stated that the management refused to pay the boys for the past months salary. He also •rated that he will likely stay around this section of the country and play with some fast professional team. Higgins made good with the big league team nnd was playing excellent ball when they were forced to drop from the league. Chaddock Resting Nicely. Howard Chadock. who had his thigh broken when the Chaddock auto went over the poor farm um nenr Kim Grove several weeks ago and who was removed to the Glendale hospital cn Thursday, was operated on at the in stitution yesterday and is resting verv nicely. Young Chaddock is a very fleshy hoy and the wound was not healing as It should lienee the second operation His many friends In this proved condition Dra Morgan and Hall are the attending physolans. Rattler to Be Removed. The 32 loch rattlesnake which has been on exhibition at the news stand on Jefferson avenue for the past '*'f,ek, and which has ?n>en viewed by •housands of people, will he taken from the window late this evening A. J. MeKlroy, manager of the news ftand, stated yesterday that the snake had afforded much amusement to many persons who had never seen a rattler before Rav flamer, who c wns the reptRe. will hav„ It' mount ed next week Newman Remains the Same. Hon I.. S Newman, of tilendale. v ho has been in a critical condition f >r the past several days, remains i bout th« same ills condition was ' -Ightjy Improved on Thursday even iag. hut he is still in a critical con A Suit for Nowadays ^ earing one of these summer SLITS-a suit made to he sold and worn THIS Sl'.MMF.R you'll feel in hartnonv with the calendar You will not feel po<»r on ac count of the cost r.rr anxious about the correctness of the model or the honesty of the fa*'’-. *> a-e aell-ne suit* at 1 + *T the pla nly rr.a-kfj pn.e Geo. W. Fox C lothier. Fum>4er and Hatter No 1.110 Market St R<*er.v. I Vet A t o', t lot hi*? \oy Can Dfpfnd On Rrli^nff Goods 4 f. _ f . . „ tel •- . •> en* » t. »a- -| yaa' -a Reliance (ollff KiJJkNt % Mot R _ mk % «\» K Demons Iral ion Salurda\ of *t*e tRtt.,1 Hoke* Mre> *' R *•««« (d r* ^ ■M'M* • #♦ * »ra C a rj f in lot Kht'iai |Or m iii i -s "Ov Of FOOD BfQOf' raa t *h< a**.* at v*-.m McFadden s - - - The Men’s Store Our Store Hose* at 5 O’clock Every Evening Except Saturday Open Saturday Night I'util 11 O’clock. EXTRA— Dress Trousers for men and young men at money -saving prices U’e not only have the largest and best stock of Men’s and Young Men’s Trousers, but our prices save you 50c to $1.50 on every pair. ^1 AQ For Men’s and Young Men’s Extra Trousers, blues, blacks or fancy patterns—the kind that others sell for $2.50 and $3 (PQ QQ For Men’s and Young Men’s Extra Trousers, ^ extra good qualities, handsome pat terns and plain blue or blacks. Other stores sell them for $3.50 and $4. (I* 4 For Men’s and Young Men’s Extra Trousers, finely tail ored blue serges, black clays and * worsteds—regular $5 and $5.50 values for $4. Other Trousers from 96*. to $7.50. -- tAt the IiOwest IVices in the City. Come in and let us show you how we save money for you. , Regular $15 00 Trunks for 511.08 Regular $10.00 Trunks for 8 7.08 Regular $ 7.50 Trunks for 8 5.08 Regular $ fi.50 Trunks for 8 4.08 Regular $ 5.00 Trunks for 8 3.08 Other Trunks from $2.98 to $J0. Satchels and Suit Cases We save you 20'T’ to 40'~r on Satchels and Suit Cases and we have plenty of them to pick from—Mat ting. Imitation Leather. Keratal. Pearl Leather. Cow Hide, Grain Leather. Walrus Leather- all sizes— tan, brown or black— Come in and look. We will be glad to show you. MCFADD N ’ S The Store With the Low Price* 1122 and 1124 Market St., Wheeling. Ah R WOMAN ! 1 STATEMENT __ Fortune Would Not Tis.pt Hor U Return to Former III Health Sajri Woman. UNITED DOCTORS CURE HER. Mre. Anno Miller Woo Cured Aftor All Other* Failed to Even Re lievo Her. “T suffered for veers with a akin 1 eruption that no doctors or medicine* •eemed to be able to relieve." say* Anna Miller, of 1838 Superior street. Racine. Wl* When I heard of the ' many wonderful curea the t'nlted Doc i tore, who have their Wheeling Inst! tute at I! Twelfth atreet. were mak ing, I decided to try their new system of medicine that *u doing so much good for others I now wish to state publicly that they have cured roe of this annoying and persistent ailment. ■My trouble ^as disappeared and I am feeling fine I wouldn't go bark to the condition I was In for a fortune. It la due other sick people to know where to go for help and I wish every one to know what the I’nlted Doctor* have dono for me and I wish this given as wide publicity aa possible. The 1 nited Doctors have received testimonials from cured from all parts of the country. It seems almost In credible the variety of disease* and ailments they have benefited after all other systems of medicines have failed to aid These specialists never use the knife or cut Into the body Thslr treatment is non surgleal. OUT-THE-PIKE Auto Party. An auto party composed of Mr *n2 *,rB- ,I)wl*ht Wagner and Dr. and Mr*. John. W. Htorer left yester day In Mr. Wagner's large touring cur for a tour of Pennsylvania. Their first stop was to be at Pittsburgh. »a The roads from here to Pitt* burgh are In a very muddy state at present from the heavv rains that have occurred within the past few days, bin are being improved very rapidly at present. Try GLOSSIT on your furniture. Terrill Funeral. The funeral service* over the re mama of C. s Terrill, one of the oesf known business men In this part of the country, whose deuih oc furred Wednesday at ILIghwood. III. will he hehl this afternoon at 2:30 ocloek at his late residence east of T rladeiphia. Interment will he made at Stono church cemetery. Elm C»roro. Lawn Fete. The St Michael's church w ill hold i a law n on the lav. n of x yvhtier at Kdgington !.nn<> Monday. July ;; ! it is expected that a large crowd will 1 be in atttndance as usual, as the pra | <eed* will go for the benefit of th# eburch. Blind Evangelist to Preach. The Ilev. Mr. Wilson, the blind evangelist, will preach In the Trig delphla M E. church to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock. Mr. Wilson is I an able speaker, and It is hoped that I a larg.. crowd will be present to bear his sermon There w 111 be no even ing service at the church until the, first of September Services at Roney's Point. Services for th« Satiarh day at the. Honey'* Point Presbyterian church will be as usual. Sabbath s< l.ool at 1" 3u. preaching at 11.2o a. ro and young people's meeting in the even Ing at i o'clock Kventng services will he held at 7 4:.. subject. "Why I Itelieve iu the t'burcb." A cordial invi'atnn extended to the public In general to attend tfje services Old Stone Church. Servlt-.* gt the old Stone church t at ( Itli (.rove wrtll lie as follow, for the svhha'h day Sabbath school will, he hel 1 in the iiu riling at !» SO and preaching by -he pastor a' 11 <«rio.k Senior < ' t »uati Kndeavor will In field st t, a", and Junior «' K wlh '*■ held s' ' 4« (.veiling service* *l'l be pc I !n the evening t 4‘ .no -niiH. wwi no in rtiara.' <>r He* !• it !.*.•!• • t , pa- . r Publir Sa'a of Da'ry Vk P *»ll» , w*t| known dal*' r «!*■ •** if It* 'fa’rj ar-1 . • » - ' ’* 1 • I ' ■ -a. . ' Co; • • v la ’ha S-- n r. "t kH j«1 J1 ta K l.!n«lll* avail' known «.<■ i n»- • w ka<- • Itarga of ik* -* It !• rtf*r'at .I a' a larva rrnw'l « , ha- -■ |i —,<lar>'» • a* g. gala ^ka fk ta Iff |.<1« uf t| a * i**a '* 'a * r **• a.an •* t ' 1 * Ivaaakl * <k* rhiiirk fitf *• pr» - A •»* atvkar , f I ha Tl ' -ka-a wata g.-aaar ■ **.) a a N. w Bi. 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It Is known that nine persons ware drowned and nine injured probably fatallr Property loss estimated at nearly |;no.u#n was dons. The caayon and debris are brink searched for1 victims. SISTERS VILLE Mr* Hoy llough, of Wells street. left yrsterda for Hells Vernon. Pa., to vis it htr« parents. Mr. and Mrs. Brown, tor two weeks. C <\ Wood yard, of Parkersburg. W Va Is in the city on business connected with the new Ice plant that la to start here soon. Wm. Heaver, who has beeo here for a few days, visiting his family, left yeeterday for Blue Creek. W Va.. where he 1m employed in the oil fields Jno. Hetxel. who has been attending the Pitshurgh-New York ball games. In Pittsburgh, returned horns last eve ning lie was accompanied boil b • hie family. Attorney O. W. O. Hardman, of Mid dleboume. \V Va.. who baa been here : for several days, looking after his burl- , ness Interests, left this morning for hts i home liarrv Ihrlg. a prominent oil producer. 1 of Friendly. W Va . Is In the city to- j day transacting business. .Miss Nell Ptchard. of Fairmont. W i Va . Is the houee guest of Miss linden i Jones, of Kixford street The W. Va Hospital Corps. which Is stationed at Slsteravllle. will leave the i morning of the 26th of July, for Mt 1 • iretna. Pa., where they will go In 1 camp for t*»n days. The first and sec ond regiments (»f infantry will also | ?g'e the same dav for Mt Hretn .. Mr and Mrs Adam Hilliard, of Hast street, who have been visiting with I their daughter. Mrs « has McMnnn. of Clarksburg. W Va . for six weeks, have j returned to their home In this city. Prof. Finley Nott. who ha« been here 1 for u dnv, on s business trip, left this morning for his home in Parkersbui g. 1 W Va. Ja\ Dillon, gauger for the Standard I oil Co., at Kb!well. \\ Va. Is In the city to-day on .t short business mission I Dr. N D Bowen returned to-day I from n short business trip to New Mar tinsville. W. Va. \V .? Brown, who has been here on a short bus'nesM trip, left this morning lor his home at Marietta. Ohio. after spending several weeks in an auto trip spent in New Jersey, Mary land and Pennsylvania. Harry Thornburg is having his real. donee at Forest View, remodeled and painted, and when the work is com pleted It will present a very pret'y appearance. The City A- Kim drove Railroad Company have a force of men en gaged at present rutting the crass along their track* ea»t of Wheeling park. K YV Ogeihay arrived yesterday at • he Waddlngton farm, out the Itethany pike. where he will spend the summer. John Hrummer, of Clinton. wag a business caller in Wheeling yesterday. Mrs Clyde Adams of V. heeling is spending h f*-w days the guest of friend* at Moodsdale. Savage, the well known con-, tractor of dreggsville, is having hi* home remodeled and repainted at1 dreggsville. YV. A. Henry, Jr, returned to hit home at leather wood after .pending a few days at Coleraln, O William KHIngham, of Wheeling, was a business taller m Kim drove yesterday. Ml** Mary and Harrier Harry, of West Alexander, spent yesterday visit mg relative* iu W beeline Howard llell. of West Alexander, Ha. I* spending a few d*>* |n flays rllle |»a , on business John Morrow, of McKeesport. Ha., representing the Western drain Com pany. wne .» htislne.-* caller In Kim drove yesterday .less Keller, popular City tt Kim drove conductor will leave today for an extended trip to the northwest, Canada and 'he great lakes .1 W Fmltig |« haring his l»**e tour t g car overhanie.i at the Allen ll.ir’ of union, O. i* aj^r, I Ine o»or»l <*»** -h» r.«t of friend* »i. 1 rnii.K-i m KiIk*<io<1 Pr v Per Man** P co.c a« V»<a Pair 0»a <«d». Silu’da. Jvlv ?7 *an »o< aaa card an ar b adjfa JOin a«*" «j at c «b 'Mix. whfei.im; park Free Vaudeville D*»lv R. Her Skdfmj Ki'kri Ficnic* CHIROPRACTIC IV New Road to HEALTH I Kiencr KcounU ' locate* I *1 !*,♦< «hf .auae '<*4 .<*>* f-.f iHtfrj- .rr C*<n* *ul’jf n nJ ctirmr.j'ion GIFFEY 6l GIF FEY (hiroprarlor 47 , Twentieth St. VSVntmj \A Va. TAXICAB?|| $3.09 PER HOtR, BURNS*CHURCHP >«l m* tratkr liar cm m~ | **4 VIM n VlfM «t« || Saturday Specials COMBINE IS—Of high grade white and white enamel- AQ ware—a Si 50 value. JOC •PITTOON* with rvaonkt* top —Ur (haiMd sad not «mUt up M—brown Mtswl ware. Juai ha color of nicotine and the dirt doe* not ebow- else 11x5V re , In Chen A 41 $5 value MAZDA MANTLES—the almost Indent roc table man lie—cuts your mantle expense down 11 t Irons Let us show you this wonderful mantle Regular 25c each In verted or Upright. Saturday spe cial. box of 12, $2-00. or S tor 50o SUMMER OVENS—Pull size. *2.75 Summer Oven—tin ah i q lined. Saturday apodal.. *PZ. I 0 WHITE CHINA CUP8 AND SAUCERS—Extra thin derma* China leas sella regular at $3 00 per dosen—buy them spa I ■ clul Saturday at, each ........ I 1C EXTRA SPECIAL—CARONA DISH PANS, 54c ; Triple coated blue and white Corona dish pans ot first quality enamel ware —17-quart rapacity, s 1 $1.10 value—8at- r a urday only.„..UTC Only one to a customer—none will be delivered at this prioe—no i telephone orders accepted—come early, as the supply Is limited ___ ■ H. C. Franzheim Co. 1 EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING I 1126-28-30 Msin Street. Visitors Welcome. At Last THE PERFECT VACUUM BOTTLE Keeps contents hot 24 hours or cold 48 hours. Half Pint*, 75c; Pint*, $1.00; Quart*, $2.00 Being made entirely of glass, it is the most sanitary vacuum bottle made. Whether you want one at once or not, call and ask to see this bottle and be convinced of its superiority over all others. JOHN FRIEDEL CO. 1119 Main Street. Don’t Make Raby Cross BY KEEPING HIM HOUSED UP Get * PALACE $U5 Go-Cart and give him a JOY RIDE Take the little fellow out and let him have plenty of tre^h air. It will do him K*»od. Ar n r Fi ' 'in* On r»rt Vn \1 K H u b t » r If. U)J.OU sn<f ~t 1 F* brlmr^l nt inr b'arh You rriv forget the toe price u>u pav u% for th.a cart hut mu will never for get the high qualify and rer feet «ati»fac* ■ r |t .% la ge B"d *n nil ^ r-g Kr>dV Pf IvmiJGENcm WANT ADS FOR RfcSLLTJ •lition nnd little hnfies are entertained for hU recovery. Mr Newman in a very prolmnent cltueij in thla section of the state, and he has a large ac •i’lai’ 'anee of friends and relatives who are deeply interested In the out come of his Illness. To Resume Monday. The blown ware department, or the n « part of the nwieria QIaaaeom P»ny. will resume operations on Mon •lay morning In full after being idle for the past three weeks for the an nual summer shutdown. During the suspension extensive repairs have been made t<, the entire department and th,. semi annua( (/tventnrfy has b* eti completed B> August 1 'he er. tire plant will he in full operation Work on the new furnace and four story structure i» progressing along wr nicely and will so<n be com pitted Delegates Have Returned The party of prominent Kepoblt <•!»• of "hi# roun'y. composed of yi " Meals. W alter A Mctilumphv. « K Itu'ch.neon and H W Watson, •ho have been at•• tiding the s»a*e ' t" Bepul'liran mee'tng a* I'ar k-r*burg for the past few days, re turn*, die -heT respective homes last evening County Ccurt Meeting T ’ e r.. ntv r' t: e- again »ti#t d»« «»•„i tf. la'gest per i.f -he us* , . • « (if 'he t-fN. e thro lg» HI’ " e rvcifi'i -late -he delinquent •he draw t g ■ p of a pew >tf st On Thurwdar *bt ■ | . * s I- e-' t i-tf t’f I * Tg S noer tier ttaep rplnia V'.jess. e I' ••« .1 ; <t w» and Mrs e W Matthew* for the past few day*, are visiting friends at Sbadyaide for a few days. I X Dowler left last evening on an extended vlair through the west, lie will attend the Oowier reunion at Greenville. O., before return,ng home Miss Olivo Kirhardaon, who has been II lat her home on Purdy avenue for |he past several daya, U slightly Improved. Georg** Stull/ left yesterday evening for Ikirton, K-- . where h** will visit his brother, Charles, for a few daya. Mr* \\m Spurr. of Madoe. Ontario. fans<!i. is visiting Or It M Spurr. at Glendale, for a few weeks. Mr* It J Munha.ll and son. of Pitta burgh, are visiting 'r.endf. slot re!a liven in 'ii •< i t) for a few days I'avid M»**l*k arrived home tester da' morning from New Jersey where he spent th** past few weeks for the benefit of tils health M.ks Gertrude Spurr returned last evening fr-rn Atlantic City where she *p*-'t the pas* ten davs w|*h friends Mr snd Mrs g It llolllr(ahead, of i*?* 4.i»* for <*l»v#*!aruj art<l ofh»r : »*•• to b«* r •fit* *Uv»t i#n dM}ii Martin «MatV and • If#* 1. ft ;«** * ? r * #raf*or . »htf« th«*v * ul r# rr»4) for m# nf>i« Mr snd Mr» fnr * j# ?i((« of ffnnt r i^n *r*» n 3* * • **i fri#-nd« r*1a*:v.m ;q th-# • -'I nt C,l+r<tft'» c»? r * '*“• r * *: r‘ * *■ ’ O^rMajM o #r atH r»l*rtv«9 ** »r>4 Mn (| H % t,f !•*„• *r« • ~T>u rg »»rgf| ,!»«« «tt| ** d -f A9 il t| «M "| *Bd at « %ii.« rt 9ta nj»* sh mp m V* m* m.m **••• -« •m rm • Ecormrrr tn LTTT1.F. thine* *■ whM Coonta** ^ rv lr •'i*! ' '*1 to t»me •/ fceffrf cwfifr p^wtVr*. M<#t !'<>■ »fcn»> Kmtf f BM1 l/»T r Oft 4 w >r - Wv > v _ I N ■ * rtwr j-j h j pr..ili«f in ifpvmr’i ! HANCHEK.’S 1 223 Market St.