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^I,lr* ?° *’*** mo. ey 1. Where you rtn do 1t Independent!* IT. . ? **u»lnee« .,r loaning money h », i.wn doing !t f..r yeate and i - •<•« f our customers In a way that la pleep> Hill 8MI01.D <XX ||)S. H.VX' - l|i HIS!..-:. W.M i< in S or any kind Of | K;*<£*LPrOP'r,y- ... ’ • ' r' > ' "• I.— MI anV let yon e lowin, you a vearV Un.e if ne. wee., y Mere ,r. w of the terms to MV ntt w~*}* p »*. - I' *111* y«u fifty week* In which a£Kf^? y.our A" ■* Top can £L ?! ,h* 1“*n ,,me Inter* ar charged *.nly for time you money Kx'en ■*•<>., of time grant.-d wit..out cost in caves of si* knees or out of work. c • .60 is the weekly payment on a 635.00 loan, j Coating you only 10c a week to carry the loan. ~ 1*0 !■ tha T7eekly payment on a 50.00 loan. Ooetlng yon only 3Jc a week to carry the loan. Mall or I’hone Apjdlratlnra receive out prompt attention If you need money and cannot call, fill the 1 Unk. mail it 1° UT' O?orn..*!3, ■'i<-*>ni,jl,,ach molding. \v -it. g. \\ . \ a.. and our ngent will cel. end arrange loan at your home. ^e*e Name .. Address... City or Town .... Amount Wanted. »fo®rtd*eport. Bellelre. SOCIETY Council Meeting. 1 here is much interest in general Federation circles over the I'nlfed States concerning the Council meet ing to be held at Memphis. Tenn. tin Wednesday morning the Council prop er w ill begin, sessions lasting Wednes da> a mi Thursday. Th«» rxfculivo committee of Memphis women, under the able chairmanship of Mrs James 1^- * lng social program for tiie guests of the ( ouncil. The Memphis Symphony On lu stra anil choral society will eii . terrain with a concert at ihe Lyceum Theater. The meeting will he held In the beautiful uew Nineteenth Century Club house. Welcoming addresses will he made by Mrs. it. (>. Johnston, president; Mrs. James McCormack, chairman; Hon. K H. Crump, mayor of Memphis, and Mr. C. It. .1 Moonev. representative of the Husiness Mens Club. Mrs 1,. L. Ttlankenbure. of Philndel • (thin, second vice president of the Fed "ration, will respond to tiie addresses. The routine business of tiie Council and the discussion of the biennial coti .•■ntion to li»» belli in San Franci.-co ■ n June, If* 12. will be of interest to all Wednesday, April in, w in he an edu cational day, given tip to outside speakers The general subject will lie ' The Wider Function of the Public Schools." the principal speaker being I .1 Ward Miss Margaret Henry, of Mayville College. Tennessee, will speak on "The Southern Mountaineer" and will talk especially of social work don# through tiie Appalachian Moun tains. Mr. Kdward .1 Ward is of fie social work in the public schools of Korh^sf^r Reduced railroad fares have heen granted to Council members. Birthday Party. M ss KUie West entertained ;J few friends at her homo Tuesday evening In honor of h-r sixteenth birthday ' me* and music were enjoyed and refreshments were served. Select Dance \ s«-i, t danc- will he given in the . Armory hall Iteiialre. May 2. !>v i>|,-k Schaffer, II•>» ird Hunt and II C •Murdock. Moonlight Dance. The Imperial dancing set gave another popular moonlight dance Tuesday evening n tlie I’.vtlilan hall Music «as furnished by Xolte and t ilnrstlng. A largo crowd was present. , Violet Euchre Club. 1 Friday e\i niitg at her home on the South Side. Mr, Rose McVeigh will entertain the Violet Kuchre r|„h Kuchre will be the diversion of the evening. Entertained. At her home on North York street.1 Miss Kay Markus terv pleasantlv en-1 tertained a few friends, in honor of h. r sister Mbs Jennie Markus of Can ton. n Those present wen-: Misses Virginia Walters, Sarah Plumper Katherine Kiddle. Ida Cox. Jennie Markus, Flora Markus, and Master Karl Kuhn. White Rose Club. The White Rose Club will give a dame ai the Central Carden club hall oil Twenty second slr.-et. Thursday evening. April •_•••. Music will be turn Ished hy Alfred I Hose Euchre Party. Monday evi aipg Mrs. ifownrd Wallace ent.-rt-,.nod With a euchre, party at her home on Jacob str .t complimentary to Mrs. Oliver Rue’,1 of Weston. W. Va Kuchre was the diversion after which luncheon was served. Bowling Party. Mr Joe Shorn* will en:. rfaln with a bowling party at the Oaks Wednesday evening. Si* O'clock Dinner. Mr-; o S. I'.otsford nf Thirteenth street, will etit. rtain the .fnmes \ • •artl.'l.J circle No 1. I •ad ics Of the tl a it. with a six o'clock dinner at i. In me, this evening. Rummage Sale. The rummage sale will noen 8a»ur <1'V. April in the old Aril, t./ t.uildin■*. corner Thirty third <nd •In. ol. str< <-ts The proceeds of this -lie will be use.) f,,r the support of f=-, High Grade Pianos I LOWEST PRICES EASIEST TERMS Thorough Protection Against Sickn?** ^ or Ijick of Work ■»*>■< - if# . promt.ion .1 • -rsr, oir« tin: iwnnuiiof policy Wbtrb prorl^M that la our c aliofil* io«r t<t« i... I4#_ ,h#1r *• *m in #4 lata if *»,.<) a '*+ In f„?i •o tba.r family tnr th* nnpaM Nhrr, „« ♦ Inatraman? * ,n fr,n * a fair » m»#lfii - rt # , . -— • "• k«Rd » • , " *»*»•• ! , '. "» i'■*>1 r*n*• yintir i otT* tfW* or oo» Ln> r. or njim nsiros ciil« k«Tln« and R -n. Sanaa, Ha 4 Tha dnff.|.,a. —"■ <**»• ui. Th. wl* an4 o.hara IJ* and Tb0 F'-a*ar. « DAVIS, BURKHAM & TYLER —'»« ■’_ Wh-lm, W V. Sw’*o,I - * I M«d Ihc Kings Daughters Kindergarten school. The public is urged to iay aside the cast off clothing or articles of any kind, which will be called for parly next we.-k. In order that aa many collections as possible be made at one time, persons haring donations [or the sale will please telephone aa soon as poalble to Mrs T. C. Burke, Hell phone 37-J. Kim Grove. Ladies of Maccabees. The State convention of ladles of Maccabees which will be held In this rlty. May 18.19. The lodge will have headquarters at the Windsor hotel. The Island W. C. T. I' will entertain a bout 3"n of the ladles with a ban quet at the Carroll club. The con vention Is under the supervision of Mrs Helen T. nurt. state commander and Mrs. Margaret Marvin and Mrs. Jedry Coleman, state deputies. Recital at Mount. There will lie a recital given Wy the pupils of the Mt. de Channal academy at the school hall Katter weelx. An Interesting musical pro »;ram Is being arranged. V. W. C. A. Club. With a large attendance, the mem bers of the Y. W. C. A. Current Events l lub held a meeting Tuesday evening at their quarters on Market street and formed h dramatic club and elected Miss Hazel Olmstead director. Miss Olmstead is a graduate of the I.lnua Henning-Sherman school. Carroll Club Easter Ball. The Carroll Club will hold Its an nual Kaster ball at the club house on Wednesday evening, April 19. 1911. The new board of governors, who took charge of the club with the advent of the Knights of Columbus. Is making extensive preparations to make this ntfair one that will be long remem bered among the members of the club. Dancing will take place In the auditorium from 8 till 12, and while the young folks are enjoying them selves In this manner the older ones "III play cards In the club parlors. Handsome prizes have been provided for the winners of the various diver sions. The auditorium will be hand somely decorated In npproprlnte Fas ter hangings, with a large Faster egg suspended from the center of the hall. The dining room will also be decorn ted. a profusion of flowers being the predominant feature of this room. It Is nlso planned to have a bowling contest during the evening, and a large ntimher will take possession of the alleys for this evening. A dainty lunch will l»e served by the committee at I'Vflrt. The follow ing committee Is In full charge of all the arrangements: Miss Kn>tn:« fin, nr srd Miss Virginia Wingerter, As*.'*,* i by: Mt«J*C« • Cnrrlp Miller. \! *ei, . F..v F-ther lli-l' It*.ss ,Pin,nr*!n. Shlnex- Hughes, Gene \\ • vte Rose Ow.-ns A-nes Multaney. Marie F**x. Pin, *,« \„d. i-v , Milter. •t. sepldne Knse. S'.*ll i Defiant. H«-r, a Flad-us. M *vme Andersen, - Cecelia Pesih. M'«s Fin ertv. Messrs G»erg< 1! Dree, * j. -*.-|.h ,t Owens. ■t"1 i Gr-gfin. <;*.or-:e Keenv, V Bert *• l Alexander. Mnrev T1 »nah,,e tnseph irnes*-] m ir w r niaka. Georg* ’are . fit I *••■ (Kindling. ! *r . • M Tr «ol ,1. Herman • \nnpl-elt. T.*n, oDrnell. f'.l.'man, Henry ciiinlltng. C! Kelley. A F r*-.. se xvtilinm Msley. I., n N dtx. ne*.—« V'tl'x, F.t i'. Schuler, c j. Sevier, Ijinrentf S'el'.mttl. Easter Sale. The ladlrs of the Second Fnlted Presbyterian church will hold an Faster sale In the Palace Furniture Company's store room Saturday. April 1*. sale commencing at 8 o'clock n m 111 binds of nil, I. sale, Including home made pie*, cakes, pantile*, etc The proceeds are for the benefit of the building fund of the church. American League. The members of the American Women’s League held a very Interest Ing meeting Tuesday a* the hoard of trade rooms at which tlx- classes on music, autotng. sewing, etc . submitted •heir report The league has made much progress during the past sev eral months, and within a few days a large <Iass will graduate The next meeting will be I,ebl two weeks from yesterday at the board of trade at will be considered. Saturday Club. The w<dn< dav Afternoon Sfudv club, of the Women’* Mils leal cluh will hold an Interesting meeting this Hfferti-v.il In the Kir t l-r.-d.vt. ri.tn church Mr flora Williams will r«ad a pHf v r upon Mu cal forms" and It will ho Illustrated y.y Miss Lulu Adolph About People Movement* rf Individual* t* gag From *h« City -=-—.71 Miss .-up. Ilivts has as her guest Allrs lv»M|» towel of 'lot i-atlto* n Mis Nellie Frew left \|--n>lnv fef Seattle V\ It, ts Iter- she will ft,is* her future bom Allss Irene K*l»ft who has *ven in n w York aiudrl’u- nrt. for th« i t*t four tn mth«. i s|. ndlng n r ->rt ' e .ition w ith her parent* on N< rtit Main street, • ’has the smalt son of Mr and Airs Hinturl fas*, of Wood street, it able to I*, tint after a v. rlous Illness of five w.. u M s N. II I hv lor of Oo . land, la vl ling Airs a V stout M.ss I’veivn Ma on hus r« f- rn. d after t vt-It with Aliss t;.nev|eye Mu< Her of its-eravllle Mrs t; Fd .Mendel Is v's|f|pK ;n New A’or It A||»s Anna Mi.ltvd ,.f Su-tlh folf street will spend Kt.ster In Washing tr n f*a Mr and Mrs At, , »;ij, « „f N'.rth 'Inin street, are In New A’orfc for a few day* Mrs l At,-fists, of Springdale. Is again able to he out after h«dng III for several day* with In grippe Atrs I, it Halt, of Smith Huron ■*r. ■ f. I» able tn tv out aft. r a . verst flay a* lllnes* Mr Henry Frte<|e|. nf the Island. h >» recovered from a recent illness Mr and Mrs |< y; Hollins „f )h„ Inland are visiting Mrs Hollins’ mot hr r In N—w Afa* -mor,*.. ft Air James Rl. hards.tp, of the Island. I« again able to he out after an |<tnes> Os tending over nw-vornl months Mr T It ft. It. vine t . ... fined to hi- home in I Ht \\ heeling severe,v ill NEWS BRIEFS ! Little Items Told In • F*wf Lines. —While riding a bicycle on a walk In front of the U. O. Smith residence on tli* Island, ltalph Lehman, Western 1'nlon messenger boy. struck a rut In the walk and was thrown over the handle bars, striking his head on an Iron fence and sustaining serious inju ries about the bead. —The sick report of the local schools for the month ending March 26th. has Jus! been is.-ued and shows that 1,194 boys and girls were absent 4.261 days on account of being 111 Muring the preceding month 1.470 were absent 5.440 days, showing that there was less sickness among the pupils. Girls to the number of 63.1 were absent during the past month. 2.4." 14- days while 7>39 boys were ab sent 1.9094* days —Thursday and Friday of this week, an exhibit of famous pictures will he held at Vnion school. About 2**0 pic tures will be on display. They are to be loaned by A. W. Wilson si Com pany. of Boston. —The parochial schools of Wheel ing will close this afternoon and re main closed until Easter Tuesday, to give the children opportunity to take part in the holy week services. —A week of prayer Is being ob served this week by the Christian Woman's board of missions of the First Christian church. To-night the ladles will meet at the church. The 1 meeting will be lead by Mrs. W W. Nichols. — Fat Foley, an ornamental Iron worker, employed on the Ikdlar Sav ings & Trust building, fell from a ! scaffold yesterday morning and was slightly Injured. j baby goods Here you may buy Just j what you want for baby at j the price you wish to pay. In feeding supplies, all nip ples, 3 for 10c; bottles, 4c; all foods at a lower prl-e I Every article r.ew cud clean. THENURStror GOODS CO.i VVMEEUWG —* r»'TT»at/RC /S/7 CP/lPL/S/£ STP££T j OPPOSITE CITY BUlLDmc 1 ~ BELL IS05 — NATIONAL 781 Folding Hath Tubs.. JM.OS WHEELING DA5LY MARKET Fresh Egqs, 1% a do7en.1 4 ^ French Cereal Coffee, a I Of* pound . m\r\, C0UN1HAN BROS. CO. 1520 Main Street Hours of Opening 7AM ( lose ft I’ M ; I ties .lay and Thursday. H P. M , Satur* day. 10 P M SPRING meeting OF PRESBYTERY HELD BY UNITED PFtCSBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. Mr. Graham Resign* as Clerk and Roney's Point Man Is Cho sen to Succeed Him. The spring meeting of Wheeling Presbytery of the United Presbyte rian churches convened in neilaae yesterday. The session opened at 11 o'clock in the United Presbyterian church, with Hev J. A. ljiwrence, of Moundsville. us Moderator, and Rev. W. J. Graham, of High Ridge, Staled Clerk. Rev. W. J. Graham, for the past ten years clerk of the Presbytery, ten dered his resignation, and also hia charge at High Ridge to accept a call elsewhere. The resignation was ac cepted. and Rev. W. J. Grimes, of Ho ney's Point. W. Va.. was elected clera of the Presbytery. John Itrowu, of Wheeling, financial agent and treasurer of the Presbytery for sixteen years, presented his resig nation, which was accepted, and K. T. Hare, of Wheeling, was elected to succeed him. New Ministers Licensed. At the morning session of the Pres bytery Robert Pollock anti J. Kelly, of preached trial sermons and were for mally licensed as ministers. Rev. L. K. Kree. Dr. A. M. Gamp bell and Rev. J. A. iatwrenee were cho sen delegates to the General Assem bly, which con\enes In Washington, Pa.. May 24th. The morning session adjourned at 1 o'clock and the ministers and laymen were Invited to the church dining room, where an excellent dinner had been prepared for the visitors by the ladies of the church. The afternoon session was devoted to hearing reports of committees and from various departments of the Pres bytery. The reports were optimistic and showed all churches embraced In the Presbytery in a flourishing condi tion. Venturing the evening session was Rev. W. P McCormick as pastor of the Ttellalre church. Rev. !,. R. Vro»> presided at this session and preached the sermon. Dr. A. M. Campbell preached the sermon and delivered the charge to the pastor, and Rev. J. A. I-aw re nee to the people. DIES FROM INJURIES. .less Morris, the young man who was struck with the Short T.ltie train at New Martinsville Monday ovenlne and brought to the Glendale hospital, succumbed yesterday morning to in juries sustained in the accident. The young man sustained a severe scalp wound in the affair, which rendered him unconscious, and he never re gained ronsciousness. many Plead guilty In Opening of Federal Court for Vio lating Postal and Internal Revenue Laws. S;r<-'V ’■ to »'■#. tntrUltf-p -»r CLARKSIURO. W. Va . April 11 — There were three confession* in post . ■ IIO, revenue violations in federal court here Tuesday, after the term was opened by Judge A G Dayton. A P Jeffries, of Tunnelton. confessed to sending an obscene letter through thr mails, and was fined and costs W T W Morgan. former postmaster in Huftonsvilie. confessed to a short . age of fl.7"u in his accounts and was lined and costs W I,. Kogh bough. Of near Weston, confessed to a shortage and was tim'd $.’>*» and costs. Puck peters u»« fined $|nn and sent to the Wood county Jail for Internal revenue violation, and John f’onk drew a fine of floo and thirty days In Mo- Jefferson county Jail for flic same offense. er* Docking Many Order* Tor tne Nctv Ladies Mannish Shirt Waist*. !u f! ■ | r- • few weeks l> fitindling a Co have iiook«d a very great mini her of otllef for tile tie" Ca|l|MT * <’:<pt»«T ' i|e to order line of ladles Mannish ah r waists. This line i.as Hi de i d« i d-d hit with th. ladies of 'I's vicinity, end those desiring strict v uj. imUh m'ci'fe feminine wearables in Id ace eirlv orders with ihis tin A I • a- <r inent of ramplcs nd iltusfrsthm will i*. eheerfully hown j-. i iiaie (or the asking. Trial Friday, it res • I. • t t» • >t.i« I . «|I ' ari. l. i • . yier.lwv l.y • tame \V at.Is i t gtntn at a rtf.'* a t'isri. . |i .. » at as ..f t «in» »a« .fust til.* the reel, n* s' • ne I, I ..f'.r. r ,uire VI | • i rl r, > nil * Serial a Surma Arraated. 1 •», i. af* i ,wn Ser«*ant . ne ■- W Ii, for train tumn* Woodmen Meet The lltrti , vl i*,e vv ..s|. 1 . f Vmei' met |„ . *H„|ar a* »lmi I I . i ’ ' , t | . *f a t wt.er nf a|c IV att,tna were t i* i Caused Ctrllrmttil. W.-.l. t * I-, ,| o,m,tie f the V • l« hn« i'#pn *»t h*at!«li fr*r t«>m> t' • »*M t t* •» 9**»rvtv /,..wpit*i Mt * I II *« • t « mu 4 Ifii| \ ln«t I..« |V | —_3J • Ahead of the Season in Men's Serge Suits * —Few store* show a full assortment of Men*s Serge Suits before May. We are ready in April and to-day our assortment is big. Serge is no longer necessarily somber. A vast variety of self stripes and fancy serges are now shown. The effect is one of dignity, relieved with just enough of the life, and dash, and dif ference craved by every healthy, hopeful man. We Guarantee Our Serges All Wool and Fast Color. THE HUB HEAD-TO-FOOT OUTFITTERS FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STS. ^ .. _ I ..wall paper Ilcsl (iradc Varnished Tile Paper for Kilt-hens and Kativ I Rooms 18c a Roll. WM. GRAHAM & SONS FURNITURE, RUGS, WALL PAPER J Bell Phone 1092-J 1144 MAIN STREET * •’ He ma le Ms escape from that in stitution through h Win<l'*u. n».*l »*?-■ cecde*i to awaken t • •• n«*l«r UoriM.o.i »»y pounding upon door* at I filing *4 • wen Frazier was notifU i« • t’iM illy fail, after \\ itch l.e was re 1 m« \e 1 10 t..* hosplt »1. Social Friday Slfht. j \ social Will #• imen in Hat hn*.l I'r -»v # v* ru * i 1. i .• j... • „f i .. la l:*f* A hi So- !«»t> of the i* ur -f • .o.? The pro «?• ils are f«*r tin* hcr.eht of the church. Elm Grove Briefs. 1* !.»rrs*<»n > tj* sj.eti.ltnir a f-w •In *■ lit i a> t#u . *• w ..••re !.«• w ?jt< l t- attend the we.oiln^ ijf .iin *,.• i .r In j that city. John farter. C'teiiler Of t e s? it.- '.an!-, is confined t«* hj> home in luring ' .tji a .‘light atta k «»f In grippe. - Tin..} *.f rit:* • 11rv, wan in the •;ro\,. jester ay 1 king after tui*in<'*l • rnatu-r*. s-'" «rt l*;»tt«*ir.»n f.r MiC.irly’a add!* I 1 • M I tonald VI - !• r.!;if 1 H» *• n . lllm-jv of hi* brother Win. ratter*..n. * V •% a V tt»trie«> • alter heri; yeatenlay. .n Hand. %r.t m the 'hilrca » l fit * ally : • with an attak of pneumonia. .* i . r tpm! r. Mi* Janie* iSfhrer.v. of near Mt. I mon. i aniel 1-agwe. of rjo|i!i»n, W. Va., * «a <a;i!r,g •• i frl*-n l« ve9t«r<tfii. • »i* Smith and uif.-. .f Pendleton, a wet laft wltfc * ends • nd rrlntHo* t:i |'lm Grove. i , ■ - lay* SUCH SPLENDID PROOFS GIVE PE-RU-NA ITS PRESTICE. NEW YORK OOLORADO £E_ORGI/‘ IOWA k. Kidney and B'adder Trouble. Mrr lack son Hadley, Kttopns. \ Y writer "It Ir with the greatest ploamra 1 write thla For ynnr* I have Buffered I terribly with kidney and bladder trouble. The pain In mi hr-k by rpellr war an great 1 cntiid reareety •tand on tny feet, and such terrible headaehea and pain ground my heart, and »aa ro nervour all the time that life reenied a httrden to me I paid out a great manJ dollar* both for doctor* and patent medicine* and no benefit only for the time ’ One dav, looking through a Panina almanac I raw how many had been 1^-tieflted by tiring Panina I followed direction*, and after taking four hot. tie* of Parting can aland on my feat and work all day with comfort Th» pain In my hark and head ha* entirety left me. and I am not ao nervour and am "-at | am completely cured from all kidney trouble" Internal Catarrh. Mr* M K Set mour, II F |» ", How man. IJenrpia. write* I am ready to apeak a few word* I In favor of Panina and Manatln I hate tried them for nearly eyery | III ot life for tuyaolf and family, and. find them to he at; the doctor claim* them to he I’eriiti* cured me of In ternal catarrh when my donor could not " Headache and Weak Bark. Mr* Kmm* Creen. Info hniamath . 1‘eTnor. col. write* Peruna hia been a great b'esaio* to me I wffered agon lew w till aerer* h ..t|ehe« and » ink l.eck and could hardly drag mvaeif around \ fr.'*nd who wa* vNlting me wa* laktp>: |vn. i for the eame troublw aid Induc'd me to try II I anon found that I »a* hein* helped and In - ■ I felt like a dif f*e*nt woman and In four month* I wa* well Peruna certainly *a*e ma •trenaih I er.n«lder It an Ideal woman**, Ryatem e Catarrh. Mr* Atiau*ta Pauline Oeha, H It ", North Png!l*h. Iowa, write*; Ml I « iftereii fr.-m ■ > *'« ;nlc catarrh and had pain* In mv right side *o I could hardly «ln rat how**- cork I am n year* old. and am nnv d-'li . , n , | it*, work I am In fhw he*t cf health an.I cannot thank Thh Per it a Medb-al Tvpartment eroug|| for th< Ir good adylre and medk m*y"