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V IN STOCK BY THE HEARNE MOTOR CO. 15th and McColloch Streets I -|! For the Woman Who Has Beautiful Hair 1-1 (New York Theatrical News.) The beauties In the Anna Held Chorus are (arnous (or their pulchri tude. Their coiffures add a great deal to their charms. How they can "manage" such abundance of beauti ful tresses day in and day out. keep ing always the same well-groomed ap pearance, la beyond the ken of the average woman. But. listen while 1 whisper, these girls depend altogeth er upon dry shampooing to keep the hair fine and glossy.* They mix 4 ounces of powdered or ris root with 4 ounces of therox. and they are prepared for a season's shampooing. Once or twice a week they sprinkle a tablespoonful of thin mixture on the head, and then brush the powder well through the hair. That Is all there Is to It. and ther have escaped the bother and discom fort that accompany washing, rinsing and drying the hair, together with the danger of catching cold. The wonderful results they achieve with therox convinces me that it Is the only thing that can grow hair, for their hair Is long and abundant In ad dition to being fluffy and lustrous. carried out. Those present were: Mis Anna Hall. Mrs. Mary Horner Mrs. Milligan. Mrs. H. W. Fair, Mra. k! K Neal. Mrs. M. D. Robinson, Mrs. Mc Clemont, Mrs. Robrecht. Mrs. Geo Steadman. Mrs Jennie Markle Mrs ( has Neuman. Mrs. M. A. Halgh Mrs. II J. McGill, Miss Ila Pogue. Miss Claudia Jerome. Miss Alberta Jerome Mr. C. M. Botsford of Avalon. Pa.! 1 and Mrs. O. 8. Botsford. Wednesday Musical Club. The Wednesday Musical club met In the lecture rooms of tho First Pres byterian church Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Flora Williams presented a paper on the subject "Musical Forms " Miss Lulu Adolph Illustrated the lecture bv placing ' Andante Faforl" by Beethoven and ' anon by Jadassohn. There was a large attendance. Y. M. C. A. Notes. I Great Interest is being manifested t in the different clubs of the Y M. C A. on Friday April the 7th. the out ing dub, the first club to be organized | in the asrocintlon and w hich win i at von celebrate Its first anniversary, | held a most Interesting and well at , tended meeting Mrs Reed gave n most entertaining and Instructive talk on parliamentary law, which was much enjoyed by all present. Monday evening the Current Events ; Club held Its first meeting with n j pragrnm. and Tuesday evening tho i Dramatic club met for the first time. | The social committee Is making ! preparations for an unusually pleas ant affair on the evening of the 27th. ’I here will be a good musical program under the direction of Mrs. Flora ; Williams, this will probably be tho last party of the year and all mem bers and friends are Invited. A good time Is promised all who come. Refreshments will be served. The Sign of the Cross. "The Slen of the Cross” is n re. llglous drama In four acts to l>e pro vented .n the New German Columbia Club. April 17 and lS»h. The players have been rehearsing for severnl ' " * eks. and stpet to make this ptr I formance u nrrfert Tkn ill* the cast of characters: N>ro. Joe Wolf. Marcus SuperbuK .Edward Hohman 'TlpelHnus.P'rt d Unk Slclnlus .William Yeaner. . Glahrio.Anthony Strauss I'hllodoinua.i*. HecktT. c* rrlllins.Carl Dsku. S'rulio.Frank l.ink. i Ylturlu*. I.eo Voder | t u- .John llowl.-y I I Vppaea .Margaret Wolf. 1 Hcrcnls. Mary l.ink I'-icIa. Marie o Mall. v, Ancaria ....Loin O Mallei-. alia and l.ona . Kdna Goetzo. | at d Marie Philippa I Tatrlua.Emil TVku. THm.E flecker. Stephanas .. Andrew Keith Mercia . Wilbur Schalow A Christian Girl .... Marie Melntel. Soldiers Christians, Flower plrls and Homan citizens by members of the German Columbia club Missionary Society. This afternoon the Woman's Mis • lonnry kikicIj will meet at the home o' Mrs Kate Emus. (It North Front • ireet. Euchre Party. The ynunir Indies of th» II 4 M sedulity will give M 11*1,1.. |n the Ml.ool hntl of Hf Michael's church Thursday evenlti* M.rll IS, the mem I • rs of th*- S itiirday club will meet Mrs II I, Kirk Saturday Club fin tie a'trrnof a *.f April I.',, thes menitu-rs *if the Saturday club v III in* * f » l»h Mrs II I. Kirk Eaatcr 4ai« The ladi* • of il,<* * *>n*1 Presbyter biti r h ir< h will lt*ib| ’-n Faster mar* k'-t an*l sale m the Palace Furniture • cnpntu •* store Saturday. The sale will start sf K O'clock and nil kinds o' ho n. made *«(,. •, p(.- and bread vi HI l i offfrH for «;»!#■ ---~ __»_ I^SI A bo ul People Movement* of Individuals fs aid From tno city —-T .-r.--I Mi*s Elide Hi litb of \fwinds* llle, th* i:*ie**t Of local friends yrwter Mr Fdwln lepton, connected with th* u beeline c.irr ; itinu company Is tn New York on h'lslne*-* Ml Vencman i* Twentv nfn'h etre. t. |. confined to Ms home m|th an utfa* k of Is rrlp|m Mr. W ylfe l.ydbk of the South 1 Hide Is yery seriously HI at his home Miss Ethel Miner of Caldwell f(,tn Is confined f»* h»*r fiotiie III l>«nbl Coffey Jr., of the South Side i is Improving from the effects of an accident which o* * tired at the hlfth »-*rd sehotil In which he received a tlislif cut on the feud Mr Mitfirr let,* of the South Side, | le*»»* Hhortlt for California, where I h»* will make his future horns I Mrs. lists Fish wilt return to her born* at Cameron, after spending several weeks at the home of her father William Nesbitt of the South Side. Wm. Wyant Is Improving after an attack of typhoid fever. Roy Bethel of South Wood street departed Tuesday evening for Chicago where he will engage In business. Stewart McDonald of the South Side wras severely Injured when he was struck in the Jaw with a piece of Iron while working In the blacksmith shop of the Wheeling Steel and Iron company. Mrs. George Buchwald of South Jacob street is again able to be out after a several days conflnement to her home. Roy McClusky of the South Side who Is attending a ministerial college preached last evening in tho Wesley M. E. church. Charles Caldabangh Jr., of the South Side Is confined to hts hotro with an attack of pneumonia. A young child of Mr. and Mrs. Will iam Baker of the South Side Is 111. . MIbs HelT-n I.lnden of Fourteenth street, has ns her visitor Miss Mary | Virginia McCullum of Marietta. Xllss Violet Miller Is visiting In Washington. Pa. Miss Hasseltine Moore of the Island loft Wednesday morning for Whtte Sulpher Springs, Va. Miss Mary Downing, of Burton. W. Va. Is visiting friends on Sixteenth street. W. T. Conoway of Marlon county was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. E. T. Warren has returned to her home In Washington.- Pa., after visiting friends in the East End. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore of Penn street, left Wednesday afternoon ft r the South, where they will stay for an indefinite period for the benefit of r. Mooore's health. Mrs. Thomas of Leavenworth. Kan., Is visiting her daughter Mrs. W. Nor ton of Highland park. Miss Chic Howell is visiting Mrs. Wm. Kaiser of Canal Dover. O. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Stahl of Six teenth street, leave next week fo an extended trip abroad. They will visit Europe. Germany and many points of Interest and expect to be gone about six months. Mrs. Grant, of Fourteenth street, w ho underwent a mnstold operation at tho North Wheeling hospital. Is getting along nicely. City Solicitor It. M Addlemnn wns in Clarksburg yesterday attending I'nlted States court. G. Clyde Bryson Is nhle to he out again after being 111 with the grippe. Miss Harriet Hammond of Apple gate, WIs.. is In the city visiting fro nds and relatives. Misses Katherine Uuckman, Eliza beth Miller and Mary Pell, students of Mt. do Chantal Academy, are visiting their parents In Fairmont. They will return next week, and will, be accom panied l>y Miss Lucille Kucknian, who w ill enter the ncademy. Rev. I.. E. Reseggcr, district super intendent of the M E. church In the Buckhannon district. Is In Wheeling this week, attending the Scottish Rite reunion. Miss Mirlne Johnson. of tho Island, has ns her guests Miss Nolle Reese, of Elizabeth. W. Va.. and Miss Iva Shomo, of Rlchwood, W. Va.. wrho are students of De Sales Academy. Park ersburg, from which school Miss John son graduated last year. Night jailor John McGannon was all smiles Wednesday (the reason) — A baby girl. Mr C. M. Bntsford. of Avalon, Pa., is visiting his mother Mrs O. S. Bntsford, of Thirteenth street. Mrs. Geo. Luther of Moundsvllle, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs WHEELING DAILY MARKET Fresh Eggs, 1 7p a dozen. * ^ Live Rabbits Live Chickens Dressed Poultry I French Cereal Coffee, • 1 Op pound. 1 COUNI HAN BROS. CO. 1520 Main Street (four* of Opening—7 A M. (Jose A P M ; Tuesday and Thursday. A P. M.; Satur day. 10 P. M. — FRECKLES - % Don’t WhU Tb»m Wltk a Tall: A«mcT« Thau With tha Haw Drug An *mlrw*T>t aktn Bridal tat rarantlv <JI»<'OY*r*d a new «lrug. othlna—doubl* ► trencth. which la ao uniformly auor#M ful In removing freckles and giving a clear beautiful complexion that It la *->l<3 by K. H Kau undar an aJbaoluta guarantee to refund the money tf It falls. i*»n*t hide freckle* under a vail, get an ounce of othlnr and remove them. Kven the flr»t night’* uae will show a wonderful Improvement, some of the lighter freckle* vanishing entirely. It is absolutely harmless, and connot injure the most tender skin. He sure to *>k FI if Flau for the de>ub le strength othine; it la this that la eold on the money back guarantee. RIVER NEWS NEW LIBERTY WILL ENTER SUM MER TRADE. Boat Will Be Able to Operate In Small Stage—Rains Reported Along the Water Sheds. With a view of building a packet of the light draft style that will be be able to operate at low water tide the owners of the Whcellng-Clarlng ton packet. Liberty, are having a boat constructed at the Clarlngton docks that will draw very little water and will be able to run at low water tide. The new boat will be christen ed the Liberty II.. and will be op erated In the Wheeling-Clarlngton trade. The old packet that has been in this trade for years will then bo dismantled. Work on the new boat Is progress ing rapidly and the keel has been built and work will be started on the cabin within a short time. With the new Liberty and a string of gasoline boats In the summer trade local ship pers will be able to ship freight by water practically the entire summer. The packet Resale Smith, which was burned to the water'R edge Is also being rebult and when completed, the Bessie will be entered by her owner In her old trade between this city and Parkersburg. Heavy fogs along the Ohio delayed the packets to some oTt«nt yesterday. The crippled enal boat Ououesne, which had her hog chain broken south of Louisville, was towed to Pittsburg yesterday past this port by the Charlie Brown. The Dmuesne will be dry docked for repairs. The Valiant parsed down during the after noon for the southern Ohio with a tow of twelve barges of coal. Yeestrday’s Packets. Kanawha. Charleston. 7 a. m. H K Bedford. Pittsburg, noon. Jewel. Marietta. 3:30 p m. Liberty. Clarlngton. 3:20 p. m. To-Day's Boats. Igirena. Pittsburg, fl a. m. Virginia, Cincinnati. 7 a. ra. Sonoma. Marietta. 3:30 p m liberty. Clarlngton. 3:20 p m. Ohio. Pittsburg. ~ p. m. Friday's Boats. H K Bedford. Parkersburg, flam. Jewel. Marietta. 3:30 p m. Liberty. Clarlngton. 3:20 p. m Rtags 17 feet eight Inches and fall ing The Mark*. I’ITTSnrRi; Rain over the water shed* will probably cause n *l‘.ght rise In the river*. Two hundred and eighty-five thousand bushel* of cosl were *ent to Southern port* to-day Since nt Pnvl* Inland dam to-night. 1".> feet; Herr'* Inland dam, 9.6 feet. • irt, feet; ialstag, FTKI*nKNVlLI.E--Klvrr IS feet and falling; cloudv. I’AHKEKSBl'Kt; River 1ST feet and falling: cloudy. MORO tXTOWN River % ! feet and falling; cloudy. WARREN River 4 feet; cloudy. (Ml. CITY—River 4.6 feet and fall ing; rain In cast * of rheumnttsm relief from pain make* sleep *nd rest possible This may he obtained by applying Chamberlain'* l.lnlment. Kor sale by j all dealer*. SF. ES More Than a Hundred Head of Horses Will Be Sold Friday by Sax, Patterson Co. Another lsrg* hors* shI* Is to b* Inaugural**! by the Sax, Patterson company of Fulton, on Friday, April 14. Th* sal* sill b* h*1d at their Center street exrhange, and will no , doubt be largely attended. About on* hundred horses will be sold at this eal*. which Include drivers, aad dlera. draf* and general purpose hore*a Th* sal* will start promptly • at 14 o’clock. and win le In chars* of .Tohit F. Post, an auctioneer, of i Washington. Pa PASTOR’S LAST SERMON R*v. Molyeeau* Sever* Relation* With Local Congregation Sunday. Rev Peter Molyneaux. pastor of! the t nltartan church of fhla city, ha* r* *|gnrd hb< charge *» I wilt preach j hi* la»f sermon ne*r Sunday Rev I Molyni.ni* came to thl* elty from the* couth, and during hi* stav here ha* made a large number of friend* I Re*- Molvneanv f* a voting man of good education and excellent attain nimu and before eornlng to Wheel Ing. he had considerable newspaper j experience. and hi* present plan* contemplate some newspaper work -- Fntberrlemeet Charged ("EARKMItfRO. W Va * Aprli T? fleorge \V Brand has been arrested and placed In fall fn await a hearing before Justice Samuel W flordon, on ' a rharge of emberrfement Parker i Johnson, of Morgantown, la the com plalnanf He alleges that Brand re eently a* agent, aetd a lot for htm fn J \orfhvlew for IHW. and kept the i money New Fsalted Ruler. 'S’ h fd ***F •sMlfFR.-Fr rr.AnKsnrno w v«, April 12 —j A f Schulte ha* Seen elected .fttlfM , ruler of the focal Ptk*’ lodge, succeed ! fng the late (Tiartea M flavlord A sptneter wotifdn't mind It ao much If *ha could have been horn a art do w. J Ahead of the Season in Men’s Serge Suits —Few stores show a full assortment of Men*# Serge Suits before May. We su-e 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. Prices, $10.00 to $28.00 THE HUB HEAD-TO-FOOT OUTFITTERS FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STS. ^ This line is high grade, above the average, ^ J representing the best lines in the country, is ^k yet offered at lowest prices. See it. Ik flk BOOKLETS—CARDS—LETTERS I | FOR WEDDING GIFTS \ Our Gallery is showing a choice line of 1^ . I Engravings in Mezzotint, Original Water ) 11 Colors and Nutting IMctures, each one care- f r ■ fully selected and a work of art. Let us show i | you the new pictures. 1 I SOCIETY Bowling Party. Wednesday evrnlnt Mr ■; 1: She ma entertairn-d with a bowling tarty n» the Oaks. complimentary to his nfster. Mins Ir. r:.. ~■ i .:■. of Haiti more. Md. How Him w.,, the 11 . rs on •if the evening, after which an elegant dinner was served. Those present were Mr.' Harvey Keppeto, Mr« t: K. Smith. Mm. r Hates Mef.nln, Mrs George H. I’latt, Mi* •i , Welty, Iieniah ftsbi. jrn Helen i> . t,\ Sarah Rose, Edna Kidd. X'a M • .j Anna Reid, Olive Reppei.., Vir:» y-ma^ Gertrude Carden, Katherine l-.hi.ert Adelaide Weber and Iren# Sherna Messrs George Clapp. \ - • i . iiates Mri.aln, Mr. Millington N ir*h up. Mr. Dunning. Edward |t<>w!», l.ut/. Henry Cundling. lianna T» m'ln son. Charles .larksou. William liurk, __ a . ■ 1 - ■ -■»-- -r - I Charles Itcppeto. Edward Horst man and Joe Sheina. Island Literary Club. The Island Literary club was enter tailed Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. E. H. Feldman at her home on South Penn street. A paper on T1 ickeray was r< >1 by Miss l.< nt.te Kraeuter Mti*. E. ||. Iteulrn.iti diet iirsed Vaititv Fair." A social hour was enjoyed after the program. Entertainment. The Spiritual congregation of Wheeling will give an entertainment at odd Fellows' hall April 27 Si* O'clock Dinner. Mrs. O. S Hotsford entertained 'hs James a. Garfield e'rwle No 1. Lad •-* t>f tho tj A K with a six o'clock dinner at her home on Thirteenth street The hour*- was beautifully de< orated with ferns and Jonquils, colors being grr*n and yellow- <\n elegant course dinner was served. , nftr which a mush al program was One True Medicinal Whiskey Beware of imitations and substitutes unscrupulous dealers tell you are “just as good as” Duffy’s Pure Malt Whiskey Ti 0. 9 chcup CenC'Ct ns JUf*5 fcl~tc‘$ r f| fhn iu« I * . . j Cl 1...T pa.r Seme t'/ tj make y j b< I'cvo It Is Lully’s F'tire }/, t ;T ;;;• „V-i' rv v'^'v ««*'««■■■■>eWc.iJ Ke-? a c,c"° »■*ar.i do r.' t buy on?of theiftlfflEd b^?|£! K°nUlW!' Substitutes Are Dangerous Lu,fy * rniro Matt Whu. / hl^ ImlUUoS a« bLuild to wle.^ ^ homC* #J r- Duffy’s Pure Malt Whiskey I Is Bcncfical ff It tin absolutely pure dhtilbtl n of "•lerf.d cP an gram thoroughly malted. It-, palafabllity and its freed .m from In jurious substancesrender It to that Mean be retamed by the most sen. Hive stom ach. If has be/-nu.-»d with remarkable result-, In the treatment of Consumption pneumonia, grip, coughs. Colds, a. thma, malaria, P v fevers, stomach tr ttbbs and all wa fed an I dlsea-ed Conditions. Duffys lure Malt Whiskey was the only whiskey th .t was taxed by the Government as a medicine during the opnnl-h American war. The fenuloe Guff vs f tire Matt Whl-k'-y Is V/ Id In 1 see led bottles oly. T "C | h 1 •’ ' • I !'■ ' n l! ~ lobe, a- 1 t r p ^ I ’ "■ 1 ari engrave j -, | I 1,11 -e.il 1". t!r,l r tr*n. £v Id by,'- .... . # _ W'" r • vcryV ero;r J.r t* *** m~* - k-"* *"«"» «<•**< T* Da*, |*«it WfciW.. C. „ * I If not an Eaatman It it not a Kodak Vi e have the latest models ?1 to $73.00. Developing for the amateur lOr per reel. SPECIAL Flashlight Photos at Ban quets Operas Group*. No smoke.) 3 Samples In window. KIRKS I 1003 MAIN. baby goods Mere yon may buy any thing for tho care amt feeding of the baby direct from ua at a lower price. more than ;nn article* made and Imported by u* The latent French and tierman Im portation* order* and Inquir le* by mall and phono looked after by an eaperlenccd barer. THE NURSERY GOODS COMPANY CHAPLINE STREET OPP. COURT THEATRE BELL 1505 WHEELING NATIONAL 781 WHEELING Wealth I* a bubble that *ora* — ->n try to enlarge by blowing. Easter Jewerly Novelties You need them to give a ' finishing touch to gown or suit. You should select from I.likens’ stocks be cause they are largest and the prices tight. Ladies’ Belt Pina New designs in Hat Pins Sterling Silver Bags, Silk Bags Men’s Coat Chains, Scarf Pins and Cuff Links Everything a modern jewelry establishment should carry, with quality the first Consideration Price next. Sterling Silver and Cut Glass for the Easter Bride. LUKENS “One Price Je*« !er.“ ' 1314 Marke* St. "Qtrls.* Cnmmenemr Thumday night. April 11, at the Virginia theatrw, for *a engagement of threw nfghta and two matinee* riydw Pitch'* mug --n, f'lt wo-icdy. "tllrla," which ran fo* one wtgiw year at Daiya theatrn. New York, will be prwarntwd. “Otrla" gHww a dwarrlptlon of tbw «tri»g*lea of threw young women to warn a living tbwtr brave beginning, and thwly gj mute wllltngneww to let merit rr.km worh out tbw problem for them.