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# r FIRST SECTION //1 mi ^IIIIIH'HIIIIIHIMIII III , i4|iiiiiiiihihiiiihii ii t; ;i?ii;iiiin iiiiiiiii: I; f inini'int IIHHHII+ Ii iiimiMM'miiMMMi >?. L Flensing Recital. An exceptionally pleasing recital was held Saturday afternoon In tlic auditorium of the Masonic temple under the auspices of the M&rcaio Music Club with (Miss Genevieve Roberts In ! charge of a program of rare merit rendered by Mrs. Elsa Gundling-Duga, soprano, of Wheeling, and Mrs. .Blanche Sanders Walker, pianist, of Pittsburg. Hon? nt*Hato tiovn nnmft trt dfirlfll at UOVO V I.vrt.tv ?v ' burg and appeared In concert as great stagers but few of them have been 5!i received with more genuine admiration than did airs. Duga by the audience who so enthusiastically greeted her Saturday afternoon when she rendered I her vocal numbers. She possesses a voice of rare Bwcetncss and splendid( range, and she sang with exquisite ' interpretation numbers which Bhowed her artistic versatility. Each number1 I was charmed with two gems as en-j tion to "With Verdure Clad" from(Creation) by Hayden, the opening number; "Minni's Farewell" by Puc-: cinl. La Forge's "To a Messenger" and Testerday and Today" by Spross,; each wore received with rare appreciation by the audience present which was charm-bed with two gems as en-' cores, "Will o* the Wisp" and "Some Fine Day," from "Madame Butterfly,", which she sang with finish and grace that was delightful. It was one of the most brilliant and charming artists' recital presented by the Marc&to 'Music; Club this season. Mrs. Duga'a accompaniments were played In an artistic and satisfying manner by Mrs. Blanche Sanders Walker, who gave three piano numbers, displaying a brilliant technique ,tt and scholarly interpretation. In accompanying the singer she proved herself to be a moBt skilled. Intelligent and sympathetic aid to the soloist. She i has tomperament, a clear, beautlfui touch and strong Individuality, and in her playing Mrs. Duga's accompaniments, Mrs. Walker seemed to feel the | [ singer's every mood, as well as the | spirit of each song and gave splendid support to the artist Pre-Lenten Ball, f Much interest is being manifested in the pre-Lenten ball which will be held ^ in the auditorium of St Mary's high school Monday evening. The committee in charge includes William Mul| beran, J. Clifford McOtenaway, M. A. Mannlx, Frank L. McGraw, Daniel TaViti Afrnthnr Pater P Hflr. 1JV* drfcWUa?U? tfUUM MvtMw* f ? v?v. ? w gau, James J. Kilteen, Thomas Keenaa ; and at L, McGraw. A well selected program of dance music will be ren| dered by the Cadenza orchestra. Big Maccabee Affair. ' Clarksburg KnlghU of Maccabees and the two local hives of the Ladies I of the Maccabees will hold a point social meeting Wednesday evening* March 8, beginning at 8 o'clock p. m. In the Knights ow Pythias hall on i South Third street. State Commander C. C. Showalter, of Parkersburg, who is rounding out a service of: twenty years, will make an address I and the Itev. C. P. Arnsbarger will ij: discuss "Knighthood." John M. Knox's male quartet will give several numbers and Miss Laura Thompson will sing. The ladies' organizations are expected to give musical responses. Refreshments will be served. Fraternity Men Elect. Dr. C. C. JarvlB was elected president and D. B. Janis .secretary and | treasurer of the Clarksburg Alumni j Association of .the Sigma Chi Fraternity of the West Virginia University at a banquet at the Waldo hotel Wednesday night Among those present , were Senator George E. White and |j (Blrk S. Stathers, of Weston; and Son Intor Roy Parrlsb, P. P. Steptoe, w. iJ. Curtln, George Curtin, W. T. Morris, B. D, Lewis, W. G. Stathors, S. G. Jackson, C. G. Laugbery and Charles Clark ,of Clarksburg. Parsonage Wedding. Duffy Carnes, of this city, and Miss Emma S. Kelly, of Duckhannon, wero married at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon In the parsonage of the First , Methodist Episcopal church. The Rev. W. B. King, pastor of the church, performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Carnes will live here. Big Formal Dance. St Mary's Club will give a big formal dance (Monday night In the ' St Mary's high school building. There will be a reception from 8:30 to 9 o'clock, when dancing will begin and continue until 1 o'clock. The commit No Higher Q I Thanf E This is not -just a bigl K out the goods to back it u ment which. we are alwa those who are inclined to < us.feel a little bigger whei I and prove to the custorc that our's is Milk and Ore u of quality. Bid you evei thing you had every confix I were selling goods or sei There is no contamin I Creaan you buy, for Pasteurizing and Clea I w?? I Sturm''i I . ^ BOTH TH3 iiMHMinnit??Mit mini III|||HII?IUIII>I> llllllll I I II CIAL R.E iiiiiiii iiiiinii nn iiimh nuiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiimmm4i >miMi??*ii*imiiiiniiM toe la charge consists of M. A. Mannix, William Mulheran. P. L. and M. U McOraw, J. Clifford MoManaway. Daniel and Thomas Keeuan, John Strother. James J. Kllleen and P. P. Dargu.i Mrs. Swart* Entertains. Mrs. J. M. Swartr delightfully entertained the members of Chaplin Richard Wallace Circle No. 12 Ladles of the "Grand Army of the Republic at her home on South Second Htreet on Thursday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. Miss Eudorn Ramsay gave a very interesting talk" on woman suffrage, which was much enjoyed by all. At 4:30 the ladles were invited to the dining room where ices, cakes and coffee were served. Mrs. Swnrts was assisted by Mrs. J. A. Arters. Mrs. C. L. Hickman and Mrs. Rector. The following w$re present: Mesdamcs Hickman, Haymaker. Fletcher, Arters. Stealey, Klien, Weekley. Belllnghar.i. Mayo, Mrs. J. B. Smith, Sr.. Ycarkey, Brown. Batton. Rider, McCune, Riley. Moore, Kennedy. Thorn, Kersting. Currance and Rector. Alio Ramsey and Colonel Henry Haymond and J. M. Swartz. ___ For Mrs. Camden. In honor of Mrs. Sprigg D. Camden, of Parkersburg. Mrs. IV. Percy Goff ' gave a handsomely appointed luncheon Thursday afternoon of fourteen covers. Crimson roses and spring flowers were obtained in the lloral decorations. Later auction bridge was played at three tables. Chicken Sapper. The ladies of Temple Emanuel will serve a chicken supper in the Masonic ttmple Tuesday, March 14, beginning , at 5:30 o'clock p. m. The proceeds will go to the building fund of the temple. Aid Society Entertained. The Ladles' Aid Society of the Adamston Methodist Episcopal church waB pleasantly entertained at the | home of Mrs. William Carr at that place Wednesday afternoon. After the devotional exercises, the regular buBlness of the society was transacted. Plans were made for the spring work. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. John C. Blddle, served delicoua refreshments. Those attending the meeting were Mrs. Charles Barth, Mrs. William Hutchison, Mrs.' Amle Gregorie, Mrs. Cecil Sullivan, Mrs. Carl Drummond, Mrs. John Brltton, Mrs. Arthur Kidd and daughter, Mildred; Mrs. William F. Courney and son, "Blllle;" Mrs. A V rtntnn and dnnahtftr. Dorotha: Mrs. Fred A. McFarlin and eon, "Billie;" Mra. G. M. Smith, Mrs. Mlttong, Mrs. F. H. Scanes, Mrs. A. S. Arnett, Mrs. J. H. Nale, Mrs. John C. Blddle and Mrs. W. Palmer and son, Shirley. Mt*. Lowndes Entertains. Complimentary to Mrs.- Sprigg D. Camden, Mrs. Richard T. Lowndes entertained at a handsomely appointed reception from 4 to 6 o'clock Wednesday afternoon In her home at "Waldomore". Roses and spring flowers were used In the floral decorations of the rooms. For Newly Married. Thursday's Parkersburg News contained the following item of Interest here: The dinner given on Wednesday evening by Mrs. C. L. Coffman at her residence on Market street in honor of the bride and bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Strosnider, of Clarksburg, whose marriage occurred on Monday in Pittsburg, Pa., was one of beauty and charm throughout. The dining table, exquisitely spread, had for its central embellishment a handsome crocheted basket filled with yellow rose buds and ferns bunched with yellow tulle. Tiny crocheted baskets filled with yellow mints were used at various points and yellow rose buds attached to which were place cards In yellow roses were given as favors. Covers were laid for Misses Josephine Butcher, Julia Freeland, Julia LaGrange, Bertha Setron, Hortense Reitzenborg, Helen Smith, Edith Atvaw KTaI 1 \f a??1 ? n op a v* #1 Tuf O a in v nvuf 4ibti 4'iui iuugi auu mgooiDi nvj Tabler, Otto Lehmann, Everett Brooks, Bon Phillips, Dick Buttermore. Carl Langfitt and Mr, and Mrs. Srtosnider. Birthday Party. Mrs. A. C. Six gave a'party in honor of Mr. Six's birthday, which event does not occur orten, being February 29, at their home at 413 Davis street. At a seasonable hour ice cream and cake were served. Those present were Misses Ruhl Cross, Blanche Cross, Esta Holt, Nolle Ford, Jure&tha Walker, Yieva Burnside, Bessie Greynolds, Mac Knight. Nora Knigb't, Jettte DeVolt and Mrs. Veraa Greynolds; and Messrs. John Cain, Lee Bragg, Leo Bayner, Louie Barslde, Mr. Altizer, r *, uality of Milk 3turms' l-sounding statement wit-Hp with, but a sincere stateys glad to demonstrate to iemand it. It always makes i we make a demonstration iers' complete satisfaction am of the highest standard. feel that way about anydence in, and knew that you -vice of exceptional merit? ation here in the jMilk and rifying Makes it Pure. s "Dairy PHONES 'ffipb-*1' ???.? ri "V- i'' ' .J)"'-fe' * ? 4Jfetr;v* \ . ' * * '1-v*, " - * - * ' '* , ' q, * ! . ." . tL \ - ; - * * i, "*<?* ' r "I , -'J*''* ' ' " I " * t\ S SUNDAY TELEGRAM, C -, ? . ' IIIIIIIIIIIMIMIMIIIinil ' mm niHiiiiiiinnmiiMi t:; VIEW I HHllllilHIIIMIHIII*! |I I mi , IIMIIIIIIimilMilllllll* Robert Shreves, Clarence Haielwood, ' Burlln Underwood, Walter Salle and ] Mr. and Mrs. Six. do to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Lamberd, * acompanled by their daughter. Miss Mildred, left Tuesday evening for a ; week's visit to New York, where they , will be joined by their son, Charles j K. Unnberd, Jr., who Is attending j St. Paul's school, at Garden City, N. J i J. While In New York Mr. Lam- : i herd will make purchases for the ^ ready-to-wear and other departments ; of the Watis-Lamberd Company. To Omit Social. On account of the revival meetings ! in progress at the First Baptist church, the Omega Sunday school 1 class of that church will omit Its regular monthly social this month. It t is hoped, however, that eve.-/ mem- 1 her will be present at the meetings and lend a helping hand. ( Elks Social Session. i ni.. t % %. T _ JAM J . Vvuiihuuin); juuge, i>u. qui, op* ' elded nt its meeting Tuesday night, to have initiations and a social session Tuesday night, March 28, and Clifford R. Hill woe chosen chairman of the session. As usual the entertainment committee of the lodge, : headed by Percy Byrd, will provide a program of entertainment and the Candenza orchestra will furnish mu- ' sic. i Union Meets. A very interesting meeting of the Stealey Heights Woman's Christian : Temperance Union was held Wednes- J day afternoon in the home of Mrs. W. E. Benson on Duff street. i Club Is Entertained. Mrs. Charles B. Alexander enter- 1 talned very Informally the members I of the Wednesday Two Table Card ' Club from 3 to 5 o'clock Saturday 1 afternoon In her home on South Chestnut street. The guests were ' asked to meet Mrs. Sprigg D. Cam- 1 den, of Parkeraburg. 1 For Mrs. Camden. I Complimentary to Mrs. Sprigg D. Camden, of Parkeraburg, Mrs. 1 Charles O. Find ley entertained a few i friends at cards very Informally from 3 to 6 o'clock Monday afternoon in < her home on Mulberry street, .. ? Parsonage Wedding. Jesse R. Giaspel] and Miss Minnie Wagner were married at 3 o'clock ; Sunday afternoon In the parsonage of the First Methodist Episcopal church, ' South, the Rev. W. B. King, pastor of the church, officiating. Mrs. Glaspeli is a daughter of John E. Wagner ,a well known resident of this coiinty. She is very popular In a Wide circle of frlendB. Mr. Glaspell Is also a resident of this county and is well known and popular. Attractive Reception. Shepherdess baskets in gold and < white filled with fragrant spring flow- : era in Dresden effect with vases of i spring blossoms and groupings of tall i stately palms and ferns formed the floral decorations of the rooms at an 1 attractive reception given by Mrs. i John Koblegard and ber daughter, i tMlss Ullie Koblegard, from 3 to 5 i o'clock Tuesday afternoon at their i home on East Main street. Mrs. Koble- i gard ana Miss Koblegard and their visiting guest, Brs. William E. Turner, of Cumberland, Md., received the guests In the large eastern parlor. A large low basket filled with Jon- ; quits, violets, hyacinths and tulips : caught with a choui of blue taffeta < ribbon adorned the table In the dining i room. Mrs. Lewis M. Sutton presided and Mrs. Anson D. Parr poured coffee. Among the aides who assisted in serving the Ices were Miss Virginia Sntdor, Miss Grace Haymaker, Miss Louise Davis, Miss Virginia Gaylord, Misses , Rebecca and Mary Ruhl, Miss Genevieve Harrison. Assisting through the ; rooms wore Mrs. Robert Morris and Mrs. William T. Wallis. Fruit punch was refreshingly served by Mrs. Clarence Parr. Among the out of town guests were Mrs. William E. Turner, of Cumberland, Md.; Mrs. Sprlgg D. Camden, of Parkersburg; and Miss Melle Glass, of ColumbuB, O. The guest list included about 250 persons. Mrs. Thompson Hostess. Mrs. Benjamin F. Thompson was Vieotoac ftf thfi l?lvn Tfihlft AifH PIllK u \ja ivao v*- vuv at v * wvtv wwt v v*mv? from 3 to 5 o'clock Friday afternoon In hor home on Maple avenue. Five tables were In play for progressive euchre. The floral decorations were spring blossoms and smllax til the dining room where refreshments were > served upon the arrival of the guests. Airs. Thompson was assisted by Mts. William H. Lewis, Miss Garrard and i .Miss Koblogard. The meetings of the , club will be discontinued until Easter week. 1 Circle Meets. A very enjoyable meeting of the East End- Sewing Circle was held Friday evening in the home of MIsb Ella Qulnn on East Pike street Fancy work was the evening's'diversion and at 10 o'clock sandwiches and coffee were served by the hostess. Goes on Fishing Trip. Virgil L. Highland left Saturday morning for Port Sewell, Fla., by way of Cincinnati, to join a fishing party, coslstlng of Dr. L. V. Guthrie, of Huntington; Elliott Northcott and James S. Lakin, of Charleston; and James 0. Watson, of Fairmont! They are all there ' except 'Mr. Highland and James-S. Lakin, who. joined him In Cincinnati. Mr. Highland will be gone two weeks. , Shower is Given. On their return to this city after their honeymoon.'Mr., and Mrs. Clarence Powell .were given a : shower at their newly furnished home on West Pike street The shower was given, bjy Miss Delia* Baur, who isfore lady at the Phillips. Sheet and Tin Plate Company's mill. Mrs. Powell, formerly Mlss-Lena.Waller,had been employed at the-tin-mill the last five years. Many useful presents were re 3LARKSBURG, W. YA., S eolved. The evening was a vory on- I JoyaJblo one. At a lata hour light refreshments wore served to about thirty young people. Later the guests departed to their horaea wishing Mr. and Mrs. Powell a long and prosperous married life. Reception Held. Notwithstanding tho snowy night quite a number of guests attended tho congregational reception given by tho Parish Aid Society of Christ Episcopal church Thursday evening In tho rectory. The rooms wcro beautified with roses and spring flowers. Tho guests wero received by tho rector, the Rev. Charles B. Mitchell, and tho officers of tho socloty. Married in Court House. Ora L. Swlgor and Lillian Bragg were married in thoc ounty clerk's office in tho court house at 11 o'clock Saturday morning by the Rev. \V. ll. King, pastor of tho First Methodist Episcopal church. They will make their homo hero. Mr. Swfgor is an employee of tho Hazel-Atlas Glass Company. Charming Recital. A charming program of music and song will bo rendered at tho artist recital to be given in the auditorium or tho Masonic temple at 2 o'clock Saturday aftornoon with Miss Genevieve Roberts In charge, and under the auspices of the Marcato Music Club. Mrs. Eisa Gumlllng Duga. soprano, and Mrs. Illiuirho SUndcrs Walker,! pianist, will render a program of artj with selections of Chopin. Schuman, Puccini, Haydcn and Schubert. Farewell Dinner. Having rounded out almost a dozen years as an otnployoo or the R. T. Lowndes department store, W. H. Lawson has resigned his position with tho store and is now associated with tho Mart Produce Company of this city, both as a member of tho firm and salesman for tlin concern. To honor Mr. and Mrs. Lawson, employee of tho Lowndes store gave them a farewell dinner party at tho Will do hotel Thursday evening. The affair waa a moat enjoyablo ane?a sort of reunion, where Mr. Lawson'n friends met with him, talked of the happy days spent to- j gethor as fellow employes, and , wished him success in his new post- i Lion. Mr. Lawnon during the time ho 1 held the position with the Lowndes store more than made good. In taking the new position with the Hart Produce Company ho goes well fitted for the place. At the banquet Thursday evening besides the guests of honor were the following persons, employes of the Lowndes department store: Frank Mills, C. If. Bennett, V. W. Brown,' C. W. Vannort, B. M. Sutton, W. M. Mulheran, E. J. Glancy, E. A. Miller, P. K. Dawron, George D. Simon, F. H. Squires, E. F. Flndley, E. il, Moore, D. J. Taylor, W. O. Davis, M. M. Alexander, Russell Pettit, Hayward E. Suinmerville and Misses May F. Conncll and Jessie Lee Mills. To lie Accompanist. Mrs. Blancho Sanders Walker, pianist of Pittsburg, whose piano work was most pleasing at the artist recital under the auspices of the Marcato Music Club Saturday afternoon held In the auditorium of the (Masonic temple, will be the accompanist at the quartet concert to be given In the First Baptist church Tuesday evening, Mlarch 21 under the auspices of the -i 1_ cnurcn cuuir. Mrs. Walker'has played Miss Christine Miller's accompaniments at several of her recitals and It Is said In the Musical Courier, "much of tho artistic success of Miss Miller's program was due to the most sympathetic and mustclanly accompaniments of Blanche Sanders Walker." Those who will appear at the quartet concert on Tuesday evening, March 21, will be Marjorie Kell-dJenton, soprona; Edith Hoiner. contralto; Thomas Morris. Jr., baritone; and Chester Humphries, tenor. All are soloists Crom several of the Pittsburg churches. OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Street and Mof-or Coots. The rippe coat for 'spring Is made In both cloth and silk. Belts are placed at the normal waiBt line, at Bltghtly higher than normal or a few Inches below the point. Some are short-walsted In the front and longwaisted in the b^ck. Many coats have high collars and bufton up to the throat They are made so that they can be worn open or closed. Oblong sailor collars, draped collars, fuche effect collars, cape collars and slmpxe -notched collars are approved. The cape colair is made detachable, being fastened with clasps or with buttons. Sleeves are dressy, both in cut and by means of fancy cuffs. Motor coats are in plain colors, stripes, checks,' plaldB .and mixtures. Decorative Accessories. Triangular pockets trimmed with buttons are of dark blue taffeta lined with gray blue taffeta, and are on a dress of beige taffeta. A pretty extreme in pockets is a bit of a patch pocket of taffeta on marquisette,- terminating in long ends of narrow ribbon. Hints for tho Housewife. When peeling oranges, first pour boiling water over them to cover and let stand in it five minutes. Then, when you peel them you will find the bitter and Indigestible white lining will come off clean with 'the skhi. This* enables yon to easily slice and chill them for breakfast. When children's shoes become scuffed rub them with vaseline before polishing. They will wear longer and scratches will scarcely show after this treatment. Parasols may be kept in condition through the winter months if every section is stuffed lightly with tissue jlapor when putting the parasols away. The paper will prevent creasing, which causes.the silk to crack. * ??? The Perfect Hand* Do you remember the story of the Ill-fated Mary, Queen of Scots, of her attempt to-escape from Lochleven Castle, disguised as a washwoman? AU would have gone well bad not one of the guards * caught sight of her hands, which were white and patrician. Of course he knew that they could not belong to a hardworking woman of the people. * SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1916. HIGH QUAUTY pi III MEATS hANI LOW PRICES NOTE oril LOW PRICES < PURE LAllD GANDY'S PURE LEAF LARD ? Home Rendered I Made Exclusively from ? lected Flaky Leaf Fat. 20 lb. Pail at 13'/2C per pom 10 lb. Pail at 14c per pom 5 lb. Pail at 16c per pom 3 lb. Pail at 16c per pom Pork Chops [?16 FREsH PIPQ pei SPARE KIPS lb. Country Club A Country Style Stuffed Sausaj Standard Link Sausage. . . kAillNL M+-AT ner I DUILII1U SilLnl Lb. WEIN1ES 15c lb-1 Yoi 2 lbs. for 25c | Home Made TAP] Boneless vUllJ Mot onty do Ihoy add to hor general appearance, but lier noessarlly con- c< slant care of them proves, In a mean- 1 urc, the careful character of the bi owner. $ It la not necessary to bo a woman of V leisure. After you have finished your work is time enough to care for your hands. Peroxide of hydrogen should bo found in every kitchen cupboard, as it removes almost every stain, and cleanses cuts as well. Add a few ' drops of ammonia to a fifty per cent 1( solution whon you use it to remove 01 stains. Lemon juice and salt are also ? good, while sulphur water is especially ~ effective In removing Ink and fruit * stains. , ff\ . * 755! ARE REPOREDi b bi List of Them is Compiled by ? the Construction Record r of Pittsburg. b ' 8' PITTSBURG, March 4.?Building tl operations in West Virginia Are b reported as follows by tbo Construe* tlon Record: U Broad Oaks?A. J. Rogers, 56O it Harrison street, is taking bids to close 1 March 20 on the erection of a two- F story brick and hollow tile residence 8 to cost 85,000. Plans by Architect Arthur Halt; of Clarksburg. a 1 * * * ? ; .* J . . , \ a * ' $2.00 DOW B /, I 1 I $2.00 Down, $2. ' Concealed automatic le I and cannot mar the'ends. I ' ? over springs, adding-greatt I comfort of tie bed. C These M I ettes have extra fine flax fib: I ton top, and wiitaja no sea I fibre. Springs rest on si I tops. Pricesfdo not include a ' * "* '"i * * ' I -: ' * . ' i ' . s, i' * V, ' (fW/V.1"*-;. J. j. 1 - | HIS WE LEAD >n Goldenrod J /\ : I=?%. 4Uc|; U A Iff c* Hflfflj average. till If w Per ppm 1 T-BONE STE a PUNIC HAH i & 18c | & il 19VI Fresh D, I Side * ll-Pork Sausagi !> 16c | Loose! 10 & 12|c h ur old fashioned ! ;es 15c per pound. NED BEEF, pei Industrial?Tho stato board o )ntrol Is taking bids to closo Marcl 6 on erecting a ono and two-stor; rick and cut stone building to cos rtfi ftnn Piunn h'v Architect H. Ru farne, of Charleston. Morgantown?Architect Elmer Ja )bs has completed plans for reraod ling a three-story brick comi iercla irftge for H. J. Zevely to cost $3,000 Martlmburg?.J, L. Robinson Con tructton Company, Baltlmoro, Md., I >w bidder on altering tho post-offlc rid court house building for the UnU d States Government, and Nola llfford Company, of Newport Newi ra., Is low bidder on constructing th swage disposal system. Bens Hun^?Tho United States got rnment, Wheeling, has reaWarde } the Ohio Building and Construe ion Company, of Cincinnati, the con act for erecting a: one-story brlcl nd stone power house at Dam No. 1 n the Ohio river, to cost $20,000 Wheeling?Cuthbert Brothers, Bei jmer building, Pittsburg, receive* le contract to build a one-story stuc ) and. hollow tile building, 38x6! jet to be used -for office and hosplte urposes, by tho American Sheet am in Plate Company. Cost,. $8,600. Slstorsvlllo?Plans havo been com leted for a corrugated Iron and stoe enzol acid and by-product, plant, t a constructed for the Caldwoll Chem :al Company. Capacity of. plant t e 1,000 tons coke per day. Piukccsburg?John H. Prescotl nlon Trust; building, contemplate ulldlng a two-story frame and shin lejreiBldence on'the .Camden . Add! oii; to cost $4,000. Owner wll uild. Architect; W. Howe Patton awardoi > 8. M. Carter, the contract for build ig'a ono anil ono-hulf story tram ungalow for Dr.UtMa Camden ourth and AlacKt streets. Conl 2.500.-' " ' ' Huntington- ?Architects .Meano nd Sweeney awarded to. Charle N AND $2.00 lfv . * >/ 1 ' 'i*r**'"L'*9ft'- hW v;1 ' ( vfi - ."-' 'v r';- d;v * '* p j' V-'] ^^H|S3Kyifli3KsBCl. i \ I \ # lilii $? -VJJ ' . ^ ... . I ' ,t to . . ' . J . y .' . :,.* , u..". >-?.'- '.vrf- n'U : -. iv>v; v/ > !HIS DAVENPORT ONLY 925.00 00 per Week for ^iC5*. J "^sSg fin Fresh Country I Iill eggs ymm ' 25c per Dozea fl Fresh IODIC* K Sv 33&35c M ired, 8 to 10 lb. in d Fine for Boiling. 1Q(J JH ;AK... 122c 1 IS, per Db. 15c 9 1 In l>erk Steak 1 llC 18 and 20cponnJ J UIUl per pound ; e, lb. - - 20c Sausage,. 15c ifl CHUCK ROAaT I nor Ih fl fn ??H ?7i? Bologna Sau- 9C? H . 2 lbs, for .. ;;J lb.15 & f Haror, 426 Fifth street, the contract ii [or erecting a two and one-half atory a Y brick residence on Park HlU for D. fe t A. DaoUiiv care Adelphfa Hotel. Bid# have closed on the erection of ' a two and one*half story brick and ' atone residence on Thirteenth avenne.r5 1 for Dr. C. W. Hawee. Rltter building.^' ' Cost $6,500. Plans by Architect'Vor^ i- ufl t. Rltter. * Plans will soon bo started tor;.a ^ l two-story brick and stucco and hot 4 ' low tile residence to he erected itJ| , Cedar Grove for N. A. Meanor, R. and i J P. building. Cost, $10,000, . , , J Architects Meanor and 8weeaf|y^h. r. and P. building, have started plans d for a two and one-half stoir stucco .. and h^low tile residence to be^sreot-f k ton, 708 R. and P.butlding. Coat. aa A aaa S C' Hr >B ! Fourth^'avenues,' for J. W. Dingean ' 1 Cf *?ol oc 1 brlck^ school building to be^erected |U j ^Winding Gulf?The Winding Gulf Collieries Company Is taking bids on , materials for 'the erection of a one n and one-half story frame*;bungalow, to - co6t'|4,000.< Plans by Architect W. pany, Charleston, and the Oregonla 1 Bridge Company, Lebanony 0., were ? loW bidders ; for building a steel i! bridge across the Green rl ver for the i .' |3H r lu Australia are made after American H HtPtflimPMMI IiM I ll II *" I i| fcas .< t*?AHi*Ur^..&^S?itaTr^ aj| t