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Wheeling Company's Board Will
Assemble Here Again and
ANOTHER EFFORT TO SETTLE
The Strike may Resule This Week.
There Is Talk of a Formal Offer of
Arbitration Being Made to tho Contending
Interests, hut Nothing Definite
has been Decided Upon ? Next
It is said the directors of the Wheeling
Railway Company will assemble
here again-this week, probably Wednesday
of Thursday, and the announcement
is received with interest by strikers
and public. It i? said a result of
the meeting of the directors may be
the reopening of efforts to bring the
strike to a conclusion, but upon what
basis cannot be learned at this time.
It is stated that there is a likelihood
that another attempt to formally propose
arbitration to each side to the
controversy will be made shortly, but
at this time it cannot be stated positively
that the atempt will be made.
Arbitration seems to be the remedy
that the public desires used to end a
condition of affairs in the local business
community that is well nigh paralyzing.
d;viuiiwai s? ii?iiiiu>aiiVAiiun
In Support of the Strike Arranged
for by Trades Assembly.
Arrangements for the public demonstration
of sympathy with the street
car strikers, to be Given next Saturday
evening, were formulated at the meeting
last night of the official board of
the Ohio Valley Trades Assembly and
the executive board of the strikers'
union, Local No. 103. The meeting was
held at the trades assembly hall, and
from all Indications the demonstration
will be a big one.
A call was issued to all labor unions
In the upper Ohio Valley to Join In the
parade, and the invitation was extended
to sympathizers not connected with
labor organizations. The parade will
be from an up-town point to Benwood,
and an effort will be made to secure
cars on the Ohio River and Baltimore
& Ohio roads to convey the Wheeling
marchers back home after they disband
at Benwood. To-night the route
will be mapped out at a meeting of the
assembly's and street car union's delegated
Messrs. E. V. Gillies, T. J. Duffy.
John Byrne and Thomas Burke were
appointed a committee to interview the
agents of the two railroads and ascertain
the cost of securing twenty cars
for the transportation of the paraders
from Benwood to Wheeling. The same
committee Is to wait on Mayor Sweeney
and Chief Clemans with reference
to getting permission to parade and
the necessary protection. There promises
to be music galore, and the committee
will arrange with J. T. Hecker,
of the musicians' union, to get a big
turnout of union bandsman. Mr. Hecker
promised sixty musicians for the
On Thursday evening at the trades
assembly hall, a meeting Is called for
all the unions In Wheeling and vicinity.
Each organization is asked to
send two delegates to arrange for their
pnrf. in the parade. The success ot Jnst
Saturday night's demonstration has
spurned on the movement, and the promoters
will strain every nerve to have
a big turnout, free from any disorder.
It Is recognized that a hot-headed Individual
might cause trqublc. hence
pains will be taken to handle the large
gathering so as to make It a peaceful
and effective demonstration for the
cause of the strikers.
NINETY DAYS IN JAIL
Was the Sentence Meted out to a Nonunion
One of the non-union conductors will
spend ninety days at Moundsvllle,
learning the Intricacies of early and
late "straights" and "swing runs" under
Sheriff Doyle's tutelage. The stur
dent In the case Is George Wlttan, the
Philadelphia mnn, who admitted being
a "black-sheep" In the Joseph McCrea
henrlng before Fedc-rai Commissioner
Boyd. Saturday night he got loaded
to the guards with fire-.vater and fire
arms, and in order to have a proper
Jollification he selected Benwood as the
scene of his exploits.
Flourishing his revolver, he strode
along tne siuuwuin uy ma vjii, d?u?lng
people out of the road anil posing as
a deputy marshal. His language was
both plain and In contllctlon with the
commandments. For several minutes he
tore things loose. bu: was Anally run
down by Marshal Furbee. whe disarmed
him and put him In the lock-up to
cool off. Yesterday morning he was
piven a hearing before Mayor Shepard
and fined $25 and costs on each of the
<wo charges of carrying concealed
weapons and disorderly conduct. Wittan
didn't have the $55 necessary so he
was circortod to the county Jail by Officer
Deputy Actcd as Escort.
One of the deputies acted in the capacity
of escort yesterday, at Benwood.
A colored woman rode from Wheeling
to the Marshall county town, and the
car became "the cr-'nosure of all eyes,"
when it arrived. Since the notable episode
of last week, In which a traveling
man was maltreated, th* Benwood police
have exerted themselves to maintain
good order, but the deputy on the
car feared hif? passenger might be a
similar victim, go he left tfi<? car and
ncoompanied her to the ferry landing,
her djstlnatlon being Bellalre, The ferry
was on the point of leaving when
thoy arrived, so hastily throwing her
packages on the boat, the colored Indy
clutched the mil and climbed aboard.
The "U.S. Mail" Signs.
The President's ruling that "United
States mail" signs could be hung only
on cars used to carry the mall will be
taken advantage of by the strikers,who
claim the company hasn't the right to
label all Its cars, especially those run
to the fair grounds. Shortly after the
strike began the company employed
printed cords, some of which are still In
use, and later painted "U. S. Mall" on
n niimhor r>( fh?? carK. Vnf nil mm
carry mall, assort tho strikers, hence it
l.? claimed the company la tnklng an unfair
advantage In this respect.
Carriers Must Ride.
The Wheeling postofllce officials yesterday
received u ruling from the postoffice
department, to the effect that the
mall carriers must use the cars In going
to and from tholr routes. They began
rlfllnxr vr-ntardav ntteriwon.
Another ArrtAt Made.
Deputy Mnrnh.nl Law yesterday arrested
nn 8-year-old boy, "Davy"
Klages, son of Charles Klaxon, of 3416
Market street, charged with placing
bricks on the tracks on the Houth Side.
The boy was taken to the county Jail.
To tho Editor of tho IntelllReneer.
KIR;:?I desire to refute most emphatically
the assertion freely mnde In Renwood
and Rcllalre thnt I rode on the
street enrs Sunday. My father, who Is
not connected in any sense with my
biiHln^ss, patronized th^m, hence the
misapprehension I hereby endeavor to
correct. C. A. .SMITH.
ITvp. United States Laundry, RHUIr*.
A HARMLESS STIMULANT.
Should Always bo Kept at Hand Thcf
Treacherous Spring Days.
This long desired agent in the pr<
ventlon and cure of disease has a
length been found. . It has bee
stamped with the government's appro\
al. and endorsed by the medical profes
An eminent medical authority whil
Breaking of grip and its proper treat
ment hns this to say, "that while ordl
nary whiskey is either useless or dan
gerous or both, in the treatment c
grip, Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is c
the largest value In the treatment."
This invigorating agent, with its at
solute freedom from fusel oil and it
possession of tonic powers, which hav
been felt and recognized by all wh
have used it, is a sovereign remed
for c/)Ui?h8 and colds, Influenza ai)
asthma, and oftentimes wards off an at
tack of pneumonia, which, without II
iiici t ciiuuu, nuuiu imrc iiuitieu III
sufferer Into a premature grave.
The wise housewife, then, will a!
ways keep a bottle of Duffy's Pure Mai
Whiskey Id the closet among he
Events in aiul Al>out the City Given 1
This Is circus day.
Council meets to-night In regula
Base ball this afternoon at 4 o'clockWheeling
Squire Greer yesterday commltte
W. J. Johnston to Jail for ten days 1
default of payment of a fine Impose
The Wheeling branch of the Wei
Virginia Humane Society met las
nlpht at the chamber of commerce an
transacted routine business. There wa
a large attendance.
The annual meeting ot the West Vii
glnia grand lodge of the Shield of Hor
or convenes this morning at 9 o'clock n
I. 0. O. F. hall. The business of th
grand lodge will likely be completed tc
The annual Arlon Concert and Som
mernachtsfest at beautiful Wheelln
Park will be held on Tuesday, June K
not on Thursday. June 1. Invitation
for this affafr will be out In about thre
Auctioneer Hervey yesterday offere
for,sale the Caroline Mulle propertj
on South McColloch street, at the fron
door of the court house. On the las
bid of $850 the sale was adjourned un
til next Monday morning.
Yesterday at his home, in Beech Bot
torn, occurred the death of Robert M
Wells, a young farmer, after a shor
Illness. He leaves a widow and tw
children. He was a member of a we
known OhJo county family.
Wheeling friends of the family wll
learn with regret of the death at Find
lay, O., of M. D. Crohen, son-in-law o
William F. Russell, formerly manage
of the Hobbs-Brockunlcr glass com
pany. Mr. Crohen's wife was Mia
Mrs. Lena W. Cox. wife of Mr. Will
lam Cox,'aged twenty-four years, die
last night after a brief Illness wit!
typHold fever. The funeral occurs to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, with In
terment at Mount Wood.
Yesterday afternoon, at the home c
her son-in-law, Andrew McGinley, oc
curred the death or Mrs. Mary Dolar
after a short Illness. The funeral oc
curs at l* a. m. Wednesday, with mas
at the Cathedral at 9:30 o'clock. Intel
n:ent will follow at Mt. Calvary.
Yesterday, In the criminal court, th
trial of Joe Tregolia, charged with th
theft of cloth from C. Hess & Son;
was on. A number of witnesses wer
examined. Including Charles Randal
who stated on the witness stand tha
he stole the cloth while drunk. Th
jury brought In a verdict of not guilt
lnte in the afternoon.
The funeral of the late A. D. How
occurred yesterday morning from hi
home on South Eoff street. The ser
vices were conducted by Rev. .7. I.
Sooy, of the Fourth street M. E. churcl
The remains were escorted to the Pa
Handle passenger station by Wheelln
Loige No. U4, of the Knights of Pyth
las. The Interment was at Coshoctor
Ohio, yesterday afternoon. Coshocto
was Mr. Howe's former home.
Parkersburg.BEN HVR. 9 p. m.
Pittsburgh...PITTSBURGH, 2 p. m.
Newport, JEWEL. 11 a. rn.
Slstc-rsviile...RUTH. 3:30 p. m.
ClarinKton....LEROY, 3:30 p. m.
Steubenvllle..T. M. BAYNE, 2:30 p. m.
BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Cincinnati....KEYSTONE STATE, S a. n
PlttsburKh...VIRGINIA. 5 a. m.
j'arKtrsuurg.j-i. ?E.i'ruuu, ji a. m.
Matamoras...LEXINGTON. 11 a. in.
Sistersville...RUTH. 3:30 p. m.
ClartnKton....LEHOY, 3:30 p. m.
Steubenvlllo..T. M. RATNE, 2:30 p. tn.
Louisville PITTSBURGH, D p. m.
BOATS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Charleston...KANAWHA, 6:30 a. m.
Newport JEWEL. 11 a. m.
Pittsburgh...BEN HUB, 4 p. m.
Ciarinxlon LEROV, 3:30 p. m.
Slstor?vllle...RUTH. 3:30 p. m.
9tci]benvllle..T. M. BAYNE, 2:30 p. m.
Along the Landing.
The marks nt 6 p. m showed 6 feet
inches and falling. Weather, cloudy an
The Keystone State is this morning'
packet for Cincinnati, departing at
The Virginia passes up for Pittsburg
early -this morning, and will he het
Thursday morning for Cincinnati.
The City of Pittsburgh' passed up ye.'
scheduled to bo her* to-night at
o'clock for Louisville and way landing
While on the Madison dock* she recelv
ed alterations that have added to he
speed, and It Is now thought that eh
will turn out a fast boat after the ma
chlnery gets to working smoothly.
WARREN'?River 1 foot 4 inche:
Cloudy and cool.
OREENSBORO?River 10 feet nm
falling. Cloudy and cool.
OIL CITY?River 2 feet and falllnp
Cloudy and cold.
BROWNSVILLE?River 6 feet
Inches and rising.
MORGANTOWN?River 8 feet
Inches and rising. Cloudy and coolei
PITTSBURGH?River 5.1 feet an
falling. Clear and cool.
STEUBEN VILLE?Illvor fi feet
inches nnd falling. Cloudy and cnnl.
POINT PLEASANT?River 8.5 fee
nnd stationary. Cloudy.
CINCINNATI?River 12.7 feet nil
falling. Partly cloudy.
CAIRO?River 27.9 feet and falling
Cloudy nnd warm.
EVANSVILLE? River 12.3 foot an
rlsln#?. CKir nni^uvirm.
LOUISVILLE? River (filling; 6.4 fee
In canal: -1.2 feet on falls; 12.S feet be
low locks. Clenr and hot.
Tin* Ilest PrioriptIon for Chills
and Fever la a bottle of Grove's Taste
lens Chill Tonic. It Ih simply Iron an
quinine In a tasteless form. No cureno
pay. Price, EOc. _ tths&w
SOMETHING once used nnd orderci
apaln must be Rood. This Is belnjf don<
rvery day with Buckeye Llthla Water
For sale at W. J. MATER'S,
Corner Twenty-second and Chapllne
loans iiTI ... .
ItRAI. ?KSTATI5 TI,C ^ "f
at 0 per cont., n .. .
rnductbta ov*ry Pracficc the
6 montha. Why an(j enlov ?h
not Ret n llttlo nu cn,?> m
ahend.thrn bor- own vine am
row enough to
buy MUTUAL SAVINGS
5- Convention of West Virginia
t Christian Endcavorers
WILL BE HELD IN WHEELING
" May 23, 21 atxl 25, and tiic Indlcaif
tlons Point to a Large and Enthus,f
lastie Attendance?A Very Attract*
?- ivo Programme is Announced
tho Local Committees In Charge?A
? Convention Chorus a Feature.
- The ninth annual convention of the
West Virginia Society of Christian Endeavor
is to be held in this city, under
1- the auspices of the Wheeling Christian
'J Endeavor Union, May 23. 24 and 25, and
the Indications point to a large and enthusiastic
attendance.' For some time
the committees In charge of the conn
vcntlon have been hard at work, and
have now completed all the arrangements,
Including the programme, which
,r is most attractive, as follows:
TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 23.
~ 7:15?Praise service.
8:15?Address, "Tho Present Status and
,i Needs of Christian Endeavor," Itev.
J. Z. jyicr, D. 1>., Clovelund.
(1 WEDNESDAY. MAY 2t.
6:30-7:lw-Sunrlse prayer meeting.
. "In tho morning will I direct my
prayer unto thee." Topic: "The Gltt
;t of Power," Acts 1; 1-S.
d First Christian Church ? Leader,
,s George Rowland, ParkorsburK.
Vanco Memorial Church? Leader, A.
M. Campbell, St. Mary's.
Third Presbyterian Church?Lender,
?- Miss Llla Winchester, Buokhunnon.
it 8:30-9:00?"Qulot Half Hour." Conducted
e by William Shaw, Boston, Massa?_
9:1S?Prayer and praise service. Rev. Wm.
9:30?Welcome of Wheeling Christian Eng
dcavor Societies, by K. Truxell, pres
? ueru or wnwiiiiK ^nnsuan linaenv'
or Union. Welcome of city pastors
by Rev. J. L. Sooy, D. D., Wheeling.
e 10:00?Symposium, "The Christian Endeavorer."
j (1) "Ills Home,"Miss Maggie Spragg,
' (2) "His Country." Prof. U. S. Flem7
;t (3) "Ills Church," Prof. George Munro.
(4) "His God," Rev. J. L. Darsle,
(5) "And Missions." Rev. G. W. Poll*
I 11:20?Address: ''Gods Rallying Cry," Rev.
o John. McCarthy, Huntington.
II Appointment of committees.
2:00?Service of prayer for state, district
.. and local Christian Endeavor work.
11 Topic: "Fellowship in Christian
Work," Neta 4, 6, 1G-23, Dr. T. L.
f Barbour, Charleston.
r 2:S0?Reports of officers and superin_
g Junior Superintendent, Mrs. W. B.
Bcsserer, Charleston. Corresponding
Secretary and Treasurer, Rev.
M. Ollphant, Wheeling. Superlntend(1
cut Mlsnlonary Work. Rev. Ij. W.
h Barr. Fairmont.
President's Address, H. D. Bouglmor. '
4:00?"School of Methods," Wm. Shaw,
if Boston, Mass.
7:4.1? Praise service.
; S:00? Address: "Junior Work." Rev. W. F.
' McCauley, D. D., Dennlson, Ohio.
8:30?Address: "Tho Mission of Endeavor- i
ls? Ism." Wm. Shaw. Boston, Mass.
9:C0?Reception nnd Social. "Be Social
for Christ's Sake, but do not Forsake
Christ at the Social."
l0 THURSDAY, MAY 25.
? 6:30-7:15?Sunrise prayer meetings.
A "My voice shalt thou hear In the
, morning. O Lord."
Topic: "Filled for Sendee," Eph.
c 3:1CI1. |
c First Presbyterian Church?Trader,
y Prof. 11. H. Hall, New Martinsville.
Second Christian Church?Leader,
Aims u. wavip. auiocn.
e English Lutheran Church?Leader,
3 Rev. T. J. White, West Liberty.
S:30-D:00?"Quiet Halt Hour." Wm. Shaw,
,. Boston, Mass. ]
i. 0:15?Devotional service. Topic: "The Joy
n In Finding the -Lost." Luke 15:1-10,
? Rev. J. W. Stewart, Ravenswood.
K 9:45?Paper: "Social to Save," L. It. Warren,
* Paper: "Christian Endeavor and Bill
ble Study," Rev. James B. Smith,
10:IS?Address: "Good Citizenship," Prof.
Henry S. Green. Bethany.
10:45?Address: "Interdenominational Fellowship
and Denominational Loy- '
ally." llc-v. W. P. HcCautey. D. D., i
11:15?Address: "The. Philosophy of Prophecy
as Applied to Christian Endeavor,"
Rev. A. I. Barnes, Morgan- .
Prayer Meeting?Leader, Rev. C. S. 1
Trump, Mnrtlnsburg. I
n- Lookout?Leader. Miss Ethel Carle,
Missionary?Leader, Rev. J. A. Can- i
Social?Leader, J. M. Wysor, Huntington.
Good literature?Trader, Rev. C. B. '
2:30?Junior Work," conducted by Miss W.
B. Bessorer, State Superintendent, i
"A Little Child Shall Lead Them." ]
(1) "Relation of Junior Work fo
Church Work," H. G. Blatchley, :
(2) "The Superintendent's Personnl
Equipment and Adaptability,"
Mrs. M. M. Williamson, Charleso
7 (3) "Lines of Junior Instruction and
a Work." Miss Blanche Ruttencutter.
3 (3) "Conduct of Junior Prayer Meeto
ing." Mrs. E. W. Brown, Ravens?
3:20?Junior Rally by "Wheeling Junior C.
h K. Societies.
4:15?Reports of Commltteo nnd Business.
7:1s? rrnlse Service. ?
8:15?AiUIv^s: "A Cnll to Service," )}ev. <
i_ W. F. McCauley, D. D., Dennlsorr. O. ?
[u 8:15? Concern l Jon Servlco. ?
g "God ho with you till we moot a^aln." <
9. The Wheeling union Is officered by the <
'r President, Remlck Truxell; vice pres- j
16 Ident, R. L/. Seabrlght; secretary anl <
treasurer, Miss NVttle Grabe. The fol- !
lowing committees of the union have
charge of the convention arrangements: <
5. Executive committee?Remlek Trux- ?
ell, president; R. L. Seabrlght, vice ?
j president; Miss Xettle Grabo, secretary <
and treasurer; Miss Lizzie Serig, First ]
j. English Lutheran church; Dr. Harriett ,
B, Jonfs. First Presbyterian rh?rch;Mr. <
7 p gScSUglhiS/ 6)
, V Go/sis, 1
a rp ScipSSS, (k
\ Whooping Cough, AGthma, 1
' Bronchitis and Inclplont ji
I Conoumptlon, la v~
- f (JOR^ ^
, ^ "T\w German HEMEDV" &
, PcutuW^isAwiVw^ i'masaa. 7
aulnn* flank. '
TUESDAY, MAY 0.
Yirtuo is Happincss."?lIiiii!op Proverb.
virtues of INDUSTRY and Economy
Is victory. Happiness, "under your
1 Ar tree." Your best ALLY is the
BANK, 1521 Market Street
iT"" Mrs. E. M. Hill, of -Bergen
I Street, Brooklyn, New York,
gays of Warner's Safe Cure:
,'e 4tTV/F*rfn4-V<OV nnA lincKnn/^
"W. A. Sonderman, Third Presbyterli
church; Miss Maude Jones. First Chrl
tian church: Mr. O. G. Bean, Secoi
Christian church; Mr. Neff,Vance Mer
orial Presbyterian church.
Decoration committee?Miss LIzj
Serlg, chairman; Mr. George Hastjnf
Mr. H. E. Simpson, Mr. O. G. Bea
Miss Alma Barber.
Entertainment committee?Dr. Fin
riett B. Jones, chairman; Miss Netl
Grabe, Miss L. Wheeler, Miss Ellzabe
Boyd, Miss Lillian Adams, Miss Be?
Reception committee?Mr. R.
Seabrlght, chairman; Mr. J. N. J. Pa
ker, Mr. W. A. Sonderman, Mr. F. :
Grafton. Mr. Will H. Colvlg.
Music committee?Mr. Homer Sir
mons, chairman; Mr. W. B. Jones. Ml
Laura Serlg, Miss Annie Israel, Ml
Emma Row, Mrs. TV. A.'Sonderman.
Social committee?Miss Maude Jom
chairman; Mr. Robert Cornish, Miss
ZHmmer, Miss Emma Israel.
Junior programme committee?Mi
Clara Meyer, First English Luther*
church; Miss Penrl Harris, First Chrl
Press committee?Mr. Homer Sir
mons, chairman: Mr. Francis "Wilson,
A feature, of the convention will
the grand chorus mnde up of ftf
voices, under the direction of Chorlst
Harry W. Bell, with Misses Anna I
rael and Grace Schwarm as accon
panlsts. The chorus Is made up of tl
Sopranos?Bessie English, Harrl
Tlnfrhlnenn Wni TnnUenn Annn \T
Lain, Mary Serig, Clod** Serlc. Minn
Warneke, Lillian Adams. Bessie Radc
Alma Barber, Ltilu Helde, Anna Burbc
Kathleen Phillips, Rebecca L. Morga
Kate Wel$gorber, Fannie H. Bowpi
Bess Austin, Nell Gilchrist, Mr.q. Fre
W, Brown, Grace Lydick, Mary Bo
deaux, Pearl Harris, Clara Meyer, Ne
tie L. Grabe.
Altos?Mayme A. Cushing. Bessie M
Lnin, Daisy Baker, Ella Brown, Jen
Nesbltt, Mrs. C. M. Otiphant, Ellrabe:
Boyd, Laura Serig.
Tenors?W. B. Jones, W. T. Nesblt
C. D. May hall. E. C. Leiner, C- C, A<
ams, R. Truxell, Fred. W. Brown, Wl
Bafsos? Edward W. S. Neit, Joser
Weyrick, Homer Simmons. Georf
Bruhn, Joseph Kuhn. John E. Carro:
Frank Jones, Frank H. Grnfton.
The Christian Endeavor Union of Wei
Virginia was organized in Februari
1891, at SaJem, through the- effor
largely of Rev. W. R. Wright, then tl
pastor at that place. Mr. Wright wr
elected president, which office he he!
until his death in June. 1892. The hci
ond meeting of the union was held i
the early summer of '91, at Fairmon
The third convention was held nt Pari
ersburg, in 1S92; and Rev. R. B. Whlt<
head, pa6tor of the M. ,P. church, ?
Fairmont, wns elected as the secor
president of the union. In 1803 the cot
ventlorv was held in Wheeling, and t
Grafton in 1894. Rev. S. H. Dof/le, pa:
tor of the Presbyterian church, i
Moundsville, was the third presiden
which office he held for two years. Th
eastern Dart of the stnto enf -the rnr
vention for 1895. which was hold i
Martinsburg, and in 1806 the conventlc
went to Clarksburg. Mr. R. F. Rlcharc
son succeeded Mr. Doyle as the four!
president. In 1R97 the convention wn
held In Ravenswood, and Rev. Horve
nofer was elected a? the fifth preslden
In 1S9S the convention went to Huntlnp
ton, Rev. H. D. Boughner succeedln
Nln. Cofer'as president.
In the West Virginia Christian Ei
(teavor Union there are 228 Endoavc
societies, divided among the differer
denominations as follows:
Methodist Protestant, 91; Presbytei
lan. -17; Christian, 22; Baptist. 12; Lull
>ran. 7; S. D. Baptlst.G; Methodist Epk
copal, 5; F. W. Baptist. 3; A. M. E.. :
Holiness, 1; tfnion, 27; unclnsslfled, 5.
Going and Coming of Wheel in
People and Visitors.
Allen Brock has left for St. Louis o
F. H. Morgan and Heck Andersor
of Lot. were arrivals at the Howe
Mrs. E. E. Mooney and Mrs. S. I
Mnnnov r,f -
Misses SaPJe McCoach and Flora Mc
Cer.cfc, of SlstersviJle. were reglsterei
at the Stamm yesterday.
John A. George, of Middlebourne; E
E. Shafer, of St. Mary's, and J. K. An
derson, of Thacker, were Windsor reg
Firemen Want Higher Pay.
Last night at a meeting of the rep
rcsentatives of the six volunteer fir
companies, of Bellaire, it was decide"
to ask the Bellaire council to pay eacl
company $25 a month. At present eac
company'gets $100 a year, while $300 1
ivantod. A committee was appointed t
urge the increase at the council's nex
Ninety-six choice, large and fine lay
Ing lots will be offered for sale at auc
tion In P. Kennedy's, addition to Par]
View, on Thursday, May 11. at 10 a. m
md 2 p. in. Lunch served at noon.
THEO. W. FIN'K & CO..
No 1q03 Market street.^
tt i n r* o
lit ffle bprsi
Matting' and i
Rugs for the
| We Extend (
llioro is 0reot sati?fm".t
II what you want will i
cost. A GOOD NAME If
v-! \' z i t
jltjly lauivi ciiivi iiuouanu WvTC
? both physicians, but I suffered
88 for years. It would be imposn
r.?Ul a m A f A rlar
MU1C 1U1 xiiv, lv va^av-iiuc inv
'?- troubles in detail, but I believe
Z all women can understand."
"I have been restored and I
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In M |'c|' BOYS* FINE SCHOOL SHOES, that fit perfect njj
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l\ 29 MEN'S RUSSIA KID FINE SHOES, the tan
if yfivlor block, latest summer style, and tile best <? < in
id Iv-^SsSl 52.00 quality, for only Q) l,T'0
'J MEN'S PATENT LEATHER SHOES, in our
Warranted "Wilbur" Shoe, the latest style (>') m
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It 1316, 1318, 1320 and 1322 Market Street.
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l; House Furnishings*
Now that the spring cleaning and moving is in progress, Ladies p
will find it advantageous to see our new and beautiful line oi LACE fe
e CURTAINS, MANTEL DRAPERIES, DOOR AND WIN. h
DOW SWISSES, MADRAS AND INDIA SILKS.
ii Table Cloths and Napkins*
t 6o-inch All LinenTJnblcached Damask at 49i ||
70-inch All Linen Bleached Damask at Hi
d 72-incn Hii uncn cicacncd Uamask at 73c up to $2.50 a yard |g
> 5-8 and 3-4 DAMASK NAPKINS from. 95c to ?7.50 a dozen p
Ladies' and Children's
Summer Underwear. *se ^
,1 Ladies' Ribbed Cotton Vests, good quality 12!e |
b Ladies' Ribbed Lisle Vests 25c, 35c, 45c up to $1.03 [ =
" Ladies' Ribbed Lisle and Silk Combination Suits ?1jOO ||
?s NEW ARRIVALS DAILY in Ladies' Spring- and Snnrna II
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fig Prepare for Summer.
? We are showing this season something new in Summer |
1 Furniture. Made of maple, natural finish, highly polished; a
? have spring slats and backs, upholstered with finest quality |
I; hand-woven Japanese matting. Very attractive to. look at |
j; and very comfortable.
I Chair $4.50.
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I KocEier -1)4.75.
However cool-looking you make the in-door rooms o> u?
\ house, you will want the out-of-door parlor or veranui
I cooler still. Among our summer furnishings are
, Couches, Chairs, Rockers, Straw
Matting Rugs, Carpets, Curtains and
Porch or Steps, Etc. H || ||
Credit To All Worthy of Same. i;|
ion in hnving the best of (inythino, pnrticulirly so ill I iirniluro.
ost you more thnn you can spare in one payment, divide tiie
I YOUK NtlGllliOMlOOD IS EQUIVALENT TO CASH.
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t Lot of the Two-Plccc Pnrlor Suits Wc Arc Selling nt $7.SO.