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I The riant place to *ei money If oner* you can do It Indepen lent'* ll
•r,*) Pr!v*t' y *• «*> •• ■"» alii not know vir n... • A* B niev.e a l.oaln.FF .,f lioninr money have he. n doln* It for ye.ira and H knoMr Juki not. to rake car# f ..or ctatomcr •» In a tray t utt ■ i .... In* to them Wo make loan a of any am ojnt from »; o* , J * B Hormeiioi.n mmiw. ham,-, nottsrs »\ \<v .\s. * ki-iof ■ pe.oontl pr.-n.rty. on.l leave then In your p..a«.«»1. r. and le» v u B Voy on the oifionm In email week -. monthly or quarterly pa v men to B allawlna >ou a tear a nine If ne-nonary Hera are vom. of the t#-,na Wli of our new week It pay’n. n ■ plan allowlna a - i fifty weeks It witch B I to pay ofr voir loan All hnelreor tlrl. tlv confl.lenttal Vou can T* oav off tha loan at any time |n.er»-r ,• .-*ed rlt f .r time v.u ■ keep the mon.v httet-ulon of time «ranleJ without coat m ,-aaro of atck.'.cva or out of work. * jpf * «l la tha weakly payment on a 80S no loan Coating you out* lOe a week to carry tha loau. \ ’ 8180 la tha weakly paytren t on a 850.00 loon. ;ftj Coating yon only 80c a week to carry tho lean. F* Mal> or Plton# Appll atioro re. cite o r prompt attention If eon SI flood money and couno- can. All ..tit t » f ,11..win* Idank n.a.f^J to ua. Hoorn JIS. Uchm.ilha rh Hulldln*. Wheeling. \v “a. VldoJi ■ agent will call «nd arrange loan at your home. * n“ °ur p»5j Warns .. #j) Address ....... H City or Tours. ed gX Amount Wanted . h-% WellthSIS Br4dC«P°«. BwUoIr* Monndirlllr ffl 17*7-m.*' 4 ■arw>uadA»» tow,. Phono Wmt. 1701-Y; 9«U S k Just Out A NEW NOVEL '' JACQUES < FUTRELLE Author 0/ " THE SIMPLE CASE OF SUSAN" “ELUSIVE ISABEL," Eic. Futrelle has told It possesses the speed and sprightliness that marked “The Simple Case of Susan" and the ingenious grasp of plot-construction shown in “ Flu«ive Isabel." All red-blooded men and women will read with relish Jim Warren’s ventures in politics and love. ** The story is notable for in virility, it* reality, lireninymeni. It iihngli arH lively, genial anH amut icj."—Ptitdnjturn r/ "Exceptionally entertaining ; unuhia'ivortginal."—Cht> ago InSer-Otran Mutinied by H ill Orel*. At all Booktellert. H.IS art rf'wTohk T»eBOBBS-MERRlLLpOMPANY INDIAVAPOUS SOCIETY fllrtnday Dinner. The following invitation* have he 11 ex'entlerl "Jessy n" Woodsda'e The pleasure of your presence at t! <» twenty first birthday anniversary uf Dudley A Alu n Is requested Thursday. June 1st Dinner 7:30 p. m. Mr* Wa'krr A'.lon Lawn Fete. K’abortfe arrangement* are being made for the lawn fete to he given by the Indies o' the I»v*daMd M K church, at slop l*t. l,ovoland, on Th’trnday evening, June I. Patriotic Diner. A Patriotic It,nice will l.e i •. n at the White Palace. Wheeling park. Tuesday, May afternoon and even ltifr A patriotic program will !»• r. ■ d cred by the Virginia orchestra and •be h.ill will tic beautifully ' ora'i I for the affair Coming Wedding Th* wedding of Mr“ |<o-<■ Reynobb T.uken* and Mr M il' am F Sd.wert t f« *. r both prominent Wheelirg iieopb-, ! tr’ileh It *o fake pia< e it t ine. ■< to he DANCING WHEELING PARK DECORATION DAY TUrSDAY MAT 30 * ' • nr r „ f 2 r. rj *c*k !• • * A > f <tr i rd r n !**;!♦“ 2*r. *• -Ml**** r t *• :ip event of tit-' -•■uson. because of the prominence ami popularity of hoth parties The wi titling will be solem nised in st. l.uke's Kplsoopnl church r>n the Island, -little 2“. bv rtev. Jacob ilrifi! than Mr Seb'-vertfeger ha* been a life lone re.-i i- »? of Wheeling, and prom inent In business « trcle*. being Sec retarv of the tlustness Men's as sociation Miss l.ukens is prominent in so rb tv and benevolent work, and is a parishioner of s5!. l.uke's Kpiscnpal church. Y. W C. A Vesper Service. Sunday at 4 p m. the last Vesper service of the season was held. This service was under the .1 tspiecs of the V W ('. A Outing rluh and instead of n - eting In the Association room 'H usual, the service* we.-e lield at 'he |iotr» of Miss Kthel W illiams of Park View Miss Alta pecker of |i„viot\ 0. delivered hi extremely in tere-ting nddrr :< Piano Recital. The follow inr provr im w ill he n mlered at p .• Kiks* 1 tu'» ro >m« ’ Heyday, May .* x to o'clock Iv Prudrnce sttnpson I ire - the r m iir who so dellgnt'-l a 111'M1 udtert e la t fall as acci 1np4.11 • 1.. I. .indrn t ami anarl • it |-rl • 1 "I I V ' - c’-rrt I" I • 1: r t . . -r 1 .t'ldr <•; i" S" i ' • “I . Cl pm Pa - V-. V. la 'I - i" t f ' 1 ... • \ . «•’ .» > w1 -t 1. f-r .« *■ ' or n s-l’ 11r . .' i bitten by ' - T" Ifitilla" Alpr nr oiuft The Alj bin -' Club o. St Mp'.omuu rhumb a ill gl**» another eur-hm par** ft* I he New Columbia club, on the evening of Jnne^2 Elite Danre The Kilt* Club of ftelhilre wfll give ♦heir r»r*t of a aerie* of Hummer i! tn'e* ;i* the White l*:»l flllie 1. Thnr«dftv evening Mu«»r * ill l-e furnish* d by the F#U% n|» or< heatra Wn*elirg T^nni* Chib Oaoce The Wheeling Tevmta Club will plve ;»n Informal dnneo nf the Wheeling park * ft^-no on the even t «• of Tune ?. at % :•» o'rlorli Maaonlc Club The | «dh Mft«onb* Cl iff* will bold It< aoeuiii meeting KfMiv, f*it»?, at 3 *<• p m \ rnrdlfll Invli itfon I* ey tended to nil member* Curd*. d»*ml noe« and bowling Will l»e the direr ■ Iona of the afternoon and dinner will he aerved Suburban "W Club Mr* \nfon fteii #.raon *111 he hnvt ea* to the S ibfirbnn # |t|h at her hf»me In Wood "late W-dr.e-d ■ v afternoon Frrder»<W* H^tfejin Thti***dar evening a* o oWtelr ee - ItTof Me- rtftflr tf of W f.ott ffolf nan *h** e harm I Hr daitrf »'T of Mr and Mr fohtt lb*, of Hott’h Chap O* • if fer t and Mr f’|* or. • f>ed« r Ir’ •«, alt n rf the Motif* Mfd* The wedding Ur-v n**ew *f the pnOonn of M>* T! rtj |*r *h >f*ftan rhumb the ffev .f |“ V .eyenh# rpe* r»7*W|'.«mg Mr and Mr* FYcleflrka bare »h'* GREEN DEATH Kill Bugs There ia nothing ike it. Safe, con vervenf and sure - - firecn l)earli never fails. It is a liquid that penetrates every ;rack and crevice and kills hy auffnca tion The Huk* do not have to eat it For BcJ Rugs, Roaches. Anfa and all house vermin The patented squirt fop can make if hut a frw minute*' work to thoroughly go over anv room RiJa a house in half the time any other vermin exter minator requires If doesn't drive the hues away if kills them for pint van, of any druggist. * ■ - —— i ! evening for an Fa stern honeymoon. 1 On their return they will go to house-1 keeping on North Main street. I I Engagement Announced. The many friend# of Miss Louise Carroll will be pleased to learn of her I engagement to Mr. William Keece, a popular young man of Mt Washing ion. Pa. The wedding will take place the nth of June Miss Carroll Is a popular young lady of the Last Knd. I and has been employed at the C. D. & j P Telephone Company's office. Arion Anniversary. Thursday. June R. the Arion Sin'jtng j Society will observe it# thirteenth an-' til versa rv at the state Fair Grounds. The ladles of the Arion will present | a beautiful new- silk flag, which comes from the Win. H. Horst man ! Company, of Philadelphia, and is a | rare piece of art. being heavily em broidered The affair will commence j at 4 o'clock and last until midnight, j Mester's band will furnish the music ' . for dancing An elaborate supper will 1 he served. About People j| __ Movements of Individual a From iht City - : i Miss Jessie Parry lias returned to i j her home In Martins Ferry, after a J ! visit with friend# in Wellshurg Mrs Otis fiongaware und son At-1 i frc'l. of Martins Ferry, are guests of | relatives at Jeannette. ! c A. Mouse is to spend several days | at Atlantic city. j. I Mr V T Sw«w»ney. accompanied by i Mrs. Sweeney, will leave the first of tin- week for Havre dc Grace. Mil., i where they will spent) a month. Mrs. G. G. Oli ver, of Klmwood, has I ns her guests Mrs. II C. Huff and daughter, of Wichita. Kansas. Mrs i<|chard Woods and daughter i have returned to their home in l,os < \ngelos. Cal., af'er » pleasant visit «itli Mrs l.lllt llowell. of Wnoll.nin. Miss Alice llrn-n has returned af I '*‘r •'* v s.i with fr ends In Fairmont. I ,.. ■ --' IN' I'm I friend* n Manville. Ky Mr and Mr:. Carl Collins, of Co ' liimbu*. spent Sunday in the city, , K'lests of Mrs. Collins’ parents. Mr. anil Mrs. Hummer, of Center Wheel-1 ins Mr. and Mr.. Fred Sehlneii h»d, o' Twenty .-wnitd street. are the proud parents of a trihy hoy. Ml; vs Cert rude ;,n,| Pflnest. of the South Sid", -pi nr Sitndav in l'ittrdi’tr;v the puests of their si.’ter, } Mrs Mi re.- i 'nw on. Mis-: Shift y Wavtnan l:ar- r- turned Prudence Simoson Dresser PlANC RECITAL Elks’ Club. TCE'PAY WrttT MAY 30X11. S P. M 1 NOTICE Ti e public arc coriliali-. invited to Inspect the 'Vheeime Hieli Scltoo! ItuiMing on Monday. May The bulldinc will ho open from : in t | o’clock !n the a'terniHin. nnd from T.*u Itl tile evenlnc lb order rif the Hoard of Kducation j nt INK STANTON, Clerk. I WHEELING DAILY MARKET _ SPECIAL Old Potatoes 60c Bushel Fre:-h Country Butter 20c Pound. Fresh Eggs, 17c Dozen. Old Style Co-.ntry Dried Apples, 7c Pound. Lemons. 20c Dozen Oranges, Small and Sweet, 15c Dozen. Good Old Maple Flav ored Sugar, 5c Cake 15c Brick. Grape Fruit Florida Russett Extra Quality, 10c Each, 3 for 25 Cents. C0UN1HAN BROS. CO. 1520 Main Street Hours of Opening -7 A *|. ( lose A f’ M , Tuesday and Thursday, X f\ AV; Satur day. 10 r. M -- baby goods Here you may bay any thing' for the care and Isedlrg of the baby direct from ua at a lower price. more than 200 articles made and Imported by ua. The latest French and German Im portations. orders and Inquir ies by mall and phone looked after by an experienced buyer. THE NURSERY GOODS COMPANY CHAPLINE STREET OPP. COURT THEATRE BELL 1505 WHEELING NATIONAL 781 WHEELING AaroTm doctor. irtmn*. t not# that •*■« "nAIRf* ’ -ftl 1# th* onl> ciMv iui. ’ary. w’d# month Bottle which t hip; . an : « >*#.1 ,n.| w’.’.Js 1 , ■-•rnlatsa mtlh flow, preventing r.dig*#tlon and cur-la from too |J ir ,r Drwertes • * I ant eupply. writ# ua Frloe com • 1 [ ylete gSc. Fat’d Sod C Duofee •NTH I DIM CO.” n^rtsbirj, V. It to her home In Cameron, after visiting Mr John Clyker and fi.niily. of South Koff »t root. •Mr. I*. \". Hughes is a business vis itor in t’lark -bars. •**1 r ** imwhii;: i.rrniK or Norm Main str.ot. Is visftln^ friends in Pittsburg. Mrs. il II Knimert and Mrs. It. H. Pnjrd of Martlmdnirg, sailed for Kurope on May L't'h with ;» srnitll tarty chaperoned Ip Mrs. John II Karer of Baltimore. They will spend 'he entire summer abroad \! (ting Paly. Switzerland. (lerntany, France. Belgium. Holland, Kngl.ind. Scotland, and Ireland, returning to New York the latter part of Sejitetnher. Mr llupp Otto is confined to his home on North Main stro< t with tne measles. Mr. Koht. T Beans spent Satur dov In Slstersville M.>s Ithea Kord of Sixteenth street. 1 is ns her visitor. Miss Margaret Hamilton of Clarksburg. Miss l.oulse Baker spent Sunday with friends In Marietta. Oscar ! i ■ ler ■ f Pittsburg, j* the guest of Henry llazlett, <>f North Main stp . t Mr Charles Manison who under went an operation at the North Wheel In« hospital, is able to he about again. Mrs J.imes It Majors and •laught ers. Rosalie and Helen, of Morgan town are 'he guests of Mrs Will Deegnn. or Market street. Miss Mary Cutis of North Market street, who underwent an operation at the North Wheeling hospital, Inst week, bus suffered a relapse and is Pi a critical condition. Miss Kllrabelh Barr bus roftumed to her home in Pittsburg after being the guest of Miss Nancy 1>. petterson of Woodsdale. Mr and Mrs ('has B Miller of Wnrwood. have a- their guer-*, Mrs T J Hurko of Portsmouth Miss Mice Krchs who underwent nn operation a* the North Wheeling hospital, has he«-n removed to her home on North Market s're.u Col John Cummins of Pi-ansant Valley, will leave in a few d.ivs for Hot Springs. \rk . where he wilt taka tr- atirent. Mrs Mnryl C Chandler, of Cleve land. Is (lie uues! of her brother. \lrx. It Campbell, of North Main street. \iis* Clnri Voekler has returned frotn a visit with friends In (Tarltig ton. Victor Itirot. of the South S-de leaves Monday nleht for Indianapolis ti take tn the motor car rates to he held a' 'ha' place on I'ecnratlon day. Among the passengers sailing on the express steamship Kronprlnzeeln (>• ile of the North C. rn an l.loyl line, from New York to Bremen, via Plymouth and Cherbourg, on Tuesday. May ire Mr at I Mr- It K IN bart of Wheeling. OUT THE PIKE Burry Ba.lljr MAAbed by an Automobile at Edylngt n Lane Saturday Evening—Other lf»wi. A e!»r-»t .«u! ru'd-11# Irfiv. w f |.*h »». TT- i • r«* 'It ■ ( «• . i rr• 1 . ..» • .*!*» .! • .1 \ n.- ria NaM«*r. 11 r*» i.| »».•*• *!• * • *»••»» In W I • *• I *•(>» ' »•* !* '.ulna » • I.«>n 4 I* 1 »• 1 • • • • 11> him » '»f.. >*reil M » ■ . I. I ■ »* ■ | It I • l I » • * I • • K M» A ♦ * h U •• » • •*> I * * » • I .. .» , r mi : ».e. w!»! i . »•' .5* ♦ •» k«d.b | inr • f .• 1 ■** rr*#* .»11» ... .t . • • and »•' * »fd*rr • miM mu t... <<ht i!nc | Will Observe Holiday Mem*.rleI I * 9 .i i>. a* n.'i ally »»b ■ ••f v • .f k t llda> ’ t. »’,#• mil tli*. pike •• f.*f»i«*rr. a. m l r- tet |,i« «•« of ■ • * will l»e ♦•|***4M*I luring the dny Will Pieeent Flay Arr-1* s - i* ».t » . *• * • • n rn;d« ted f->r » * rt\inr f » e j I i- 1 mb* «.,e »• m ’»’ • tl * * Ml ?• I l*r# «l»% »e. i m » ||* * . *A’e«« \'n tmfer t 'ftwrirr* . ■ eninr under • • • . ' * *A » % . i. r «• | • ; - . I'M t ft* e. Fmelt Fire. A Aft. ill Sr# t i • t i t ... .feyt o *.f f#r.»ree l \ i «» tint. .r ' , i ;«ne »» • I r »|ft \ r . '' T. I ' g («». i • • i • k. id »1ai •*:. ». • bill v t. t«n #•»«#» ♦ * r» f ‘'»e hr^' re Jt . tfl> an t e 1 % • |'I wIft • • ni • » . » • . *1. ., *»er nre HI »t promptly and rend* red great «# m i, e Dlemfeaed Case T e . >e 9 » f >f |* i9«>m >f% J -m»i li fe*. f .r»»i#r ff.eef . tl-. ,,r, e» 9 r1 .> f »W fl, • ||* 1*0 . .. f« , '•» • »e. . * * t • I .1 ♦, d ■ r. .*». M , r»f H ti - in f • *t*i • ‘ itur * im .-n nr M " 'e* Fit- fi'Oi a '•*• MS I .M '• •'» » » r »• * e *f «t»t i Been I on J.rfMr Attended. 1 • . yf * r- » • . "* 4 • 'ICI 1 f f | ef| t. I • pro* e • f, . »,M it» * • e f *» .t» *>. . r ^ • 1 ' ' e r »pl*e» f t fifi * itl* »» bi evr.’t.i.f dfriner an* * ' • t . • I I » • • y*f I. • , tl#e f m l ».* • e and 'o.ni »> ^ rr< »r*al ' r i f fhr .1 f if « f «.»*«• e Attended Fwrrieea r»*Me * I .1. .erw f ft e ffeery '•!*» a • M. li rn tt o dmi , .f , H * <«t Kirn Ufiiv# •!ten leu i a Men vtal YOUNG PEOPLE GETTING READY FOR COMMENCEMENT DAY Commencement It a Great Event In the Life of Young Men and Women. The happiest and most Interesting I>eriod in the life of young people is the time when they hare completed their school work and look forward to commencement day. It Is natural and right that young folks should desire to appear at their best on this Important occasion. This means that they must be dressed In sulleblc attire from head to foot. The lx>rke Shoe Company can ho of assistance here, for they are haring a special sale of sample shoes Just now and can f*t out the young folks with footwear for the occasion that will surprise and please all who give them the opportunity. Sample shoes, as the well Informed know, are always of newest design, made from selected stock, and built by skilled workmen--whlcti means best shoes at lowest cost. You do not get the chance to buy sample shoes every day. and you bad better see the !»rke Shoe Company belore making your purchases, for certainly you want to save money when yon can <fo so and at the same time get the newest, best and moat stylish effects in shoes bv attending ;he lx>cke Sample Sale -ervlres Of the Furkey, rniup V. W of \ at Martin.- i erry yesterday after noon. Fractured Arm Again. t. '-t evening about V o'clock. while at til.- '...me <.r .« mend in ratter-on, Mies ll i/el, tlie 'laughter of Mr and Mrs John ttav nf Kim drove, -lipped while going down a flight of stone tailing In such .1 manner t1 .t she fractured her arm. tt wss t'.e same mm that -u-talnel a fr c-ture al-out a month ago. when she fell from the por. h at tier homo vongregsuonai ■■♦•tin*. A * ongreK 'tlotuil meeting will »>e held hi *ite Stone < mr.Mi at Kim Grove this • vi-nll'K at X oVIock When t’ie question of building n n«w rhureh will come up for tfinfMernll«n. Out-the-Plke Briefs. H II Itoilley «.f Kim Grave, i* spend ing a few day*-’ business trip in Greene count v. fn Joseph l»al*r. who 1 ih been 111 at hi* ‘on. In Gr»*irg* v ifle f. r pome time. Is nl*le to he nut again. I ini: friends In Washington, pa.. yg*f«»r« day Tlio Itvf.ln Athletic club defeated f e Warwotfd t» tti#d»all team on the Kill t-’ v i.’ - -e.-t. rd,»> eft« rnoi n l»v the • ore rf ♦*. tO 3 Xn ’it d.»or meeting of the Kpworth ■ at the I "■ r«*t M. F. ehtirrh at Kim Grove. X!»* I tern n .• ‘Vainger and daughter* f.f «’Iar1ni?t*»n. <Mib* at. the guests «*f Mr and Mrs A • VI Walter, of Park View- f..r a few da' .To ,u Strofd . | of l*itt«burg. Pa spent ..t it ti e hi .•*.!•,e ef W|S mother. Mr*- j t • stroked. f*f *.<irtng place. Kirn G-. -. ** w .. |« » orinttaly HI Mrs .1 Strnul* l*« 1.1 nt her homo at IMicIngtnn I ar»e Kev T M II ire. r.f ('! irleiiton. sup • • »i to-.dent f»f the AmM•S.‘i|in>n league of XX i-t X*'rginl i flellverefl a v< ry Impre*. fferioon i.-f*rd-»\ at the morning -er. ire in tl ♦ Stone rfiurrh at ETm Gr<»\e Mil »e* I’-Ini in' Smith and Xpert T! is» on who are attending the We«f I.!befty St»t. Normal sr' ool. spent Rot* ’.•d.»\ ’e I Sttnd.i) at t’«elr home*. ,n Pa k View Mi**- Hegitia XX ibon, t-f Pltf*bitrg, 1* *’’• ;:•»» t • f relative* In Kdgwo<>d for X few day* The Myst .• lodge Knights of Pythias, will meet In regular v*nlnn in thejr | ’ nP a* PIm Grove this e'enlnc I'Ve I <’ I'fdmur returned Sitin’ lav to h'“ Iv • •• l.lntf»n’* addition, Kim , Gre ftf'f • .11 • Xtcnded h’isln*** trip • return* 1 v»*.,*rrhv to their home In j t.lme**• e W \ . ift. r n visit with I relative* *u Kltn Orove llarrv W RV- who rraduatel I fmr.t the Kit.. Or- vr Mur*. >r!ir*o| ;*«t 1 week, ha-* p-f'irtiH ?»• l»t* h.*roe n»*ar j V-» tr<r*vl1le wl <*re he « ill upend the i •«:turner with hi- t iren*« Mi** S !*e ITameat T rdi.i*- npoll*. 'ltd v - tin* v t i Mr^ H K Kevaer. j ->f Fltn Oroi e T e anneal Mav T"»av prnrfs*ii>r wa« , «ert e.| 1» * . St Vfnrent *1e F*m1« !<’•» ■ ur« h at Kim hrovt* yesterday • i-fferno* n B | Van it Sent to Mouedwrll# on Seri ous Offense. Two f ret, ■ A »•,<«.* n'**r.- perlmifl than the -net > e-n«talh <u « t with In thl* lornl court nas Ir-Mcht up «»n Huturdu> evenly* Th rh irc- vva « asalnst a man nam- •! 1 Ill' ll* tHia'i^h nn*l th. » vM« n* *- ahow . • d that in i motn-ni f anver he had I ihr* h ? n lump «*f r-«a! info a crowd • f * hlldf. n striking and aeverelv in I ,,»rli»ir a little irirl Th. man *hn la I v rH ’*!• In i •■art an«l infirm mm l.ejnr I fn||.*w*-d i*\ th- « r*»w«i of you n rat era | vs I j # • tuuntrrl him with name* \ nn#» "f flv* aval #*•*♦* was tin|*«»*cd and the a.. o— | *.*nt f., th#* r'Minty jail at Mniitulm llle for rift-* n data Woodt on F*r#. A i ill ».f am«»k** • otnlmt over the hill wh . fi it—« east #.f *hi »Ity hun* over *h»- |*l i. .ill .*«t, r I »% nvrnifu: and • »nMl at** In th* afternoon At tint*-* f.tni-» ma« over th» hill and could »••• a* ♦ n plalnl) fr**m any part of the ! r— -—i « * - ‘ " t The "Blue and the Grey Your Suit for Decoration Day is here. Com fortable blue serges or cool stylish greys. You’ll find a suit exactly to your liking here, and at just the price you want to pay. $7.50 to $28. STYLISH GUARANTEED SHOES AND OXFORDS.$2 to $5 NEWEST STYLES IN STRAW HATS. 50c to $8 SHIRTS. UNDERWEAR, NECK WEAR. HOSIERY IN WIDE VARI ETY AND REASONABLY PRICED. " UJiU THE Him HEAD-TO-FOOT OUTFITTERS, FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STS. 'I — .J ^ -r city. It was at first thought that the' tanks of the National Tube Co. which lie at the place of tire seemed to be. were In flames investigation showed however that at the fire directly above the tanks and was < atised by burnitiv grass and wood. A!*otit four o'clock th* Mantes were cither extinguished or t’l* d out. Large Police Court. *»n Monday night seven ras* s will l*** hrn jght tip l*ef.»r** Mayor Manley. Most of th** offenders nr** tip «*n ac count of drunk nees. Officers Installed. At th** First M K church Inst even ing n* w officers of the Kpworth leigtie w*re Installed for the coming term. Those who w« re plae**d in office w« r Mrs. Aletha pedlcord, president Miss Mary Slrler. vice-president. Miss Ada lf**nnen. second vie*- president. Miss Kdna Thomps n. fourth vice president. Harold Sigler. sc. r***ary. Harry Shep ard. treasurer. The yuo*n Ksth**r circle held a social at th** home of • ‘harles White on Hoggs Hun on las* Saturday night. The affair w.»s well attended. Open ng Held. In Armory hall on Saturday night the opening **f »h*- May Festival given by the local Knights of Pythias was held The attendance was n*>t ms gr**a? I UK It will he th* coming Week, on ac count of the carnival, hut In spite «»f I Hus th** 0tl'ndanc*- was good. Benwood Briefs. Pete Walsh, who has h****n in Fatr 1 mont for a short time, returned t« his home yrsterdav Wharton and Fitgerald two players • ■n the Kenwood nine suffered injuries th'ti hands esterday from tarhalw Imc n|mdv nno*. Mr .-m.I .Mr* M. I.. IV.IIrord and •Mr* \\ . I’.’Uloml were In riltiburf ye*t«r<iay. Martin Murk. who hns been 111 re rintly hi M* home m *he nourih ward Is getting better. The Himil.irily of dntes of the two lints to l.e ult. n under th»* anstilreg of th.- Kirsi M !•; rhur.-h :.nd S John i churrhes his h**-n straightened out or.! tin latter will h. niton <>n May .11 Instead i.f June i. a* armniierl. Tli.- ItoHd.ii:* < hull, tie- any 15 t ear old t.sm for a pam. t.. l.e played next Sunday. The Sterlings will m.-et the a. H. ,\. it. s on iv. oration da . M-n* will ptt.h for th. No|t.* Tie \n|i,.,. would li*« to arrange gami with the Royal Giants f r next Sunday . t the Twenty* slsth street grounds hi iteiinlrc. » Cotton. NKW YORK. Mss' 2S — ViIum la cot*on goods hriH* haril^nAii during Tpiist w*»ek and sail*** have shown a steadily broadening tendency. The convening iind manufacturing trade* are Mill contracting moderately for their forward reqmrrimnt*. many of them covering a** tar ahead as Octo ber Mills have been disposed to sell an far ahead as *hr-:r limited supplies of cordon will carr> th*m. but prices are Mill nn unr^mtinernnve because of* the high cost of rofton that they arc not meeting the demand in a full way. EREE EMBROIDERY PATTERNS ^ .»t« Th<* rrallnpr ar«• paidod and elo*«M bnttmi>;r,| . .Tkr( rollrt anil th» (lilt* In the outline i-(|trh .Merrer./ed (o;nt1 v> . - t|| i* mitt a Me for them- deelane SVKAH MAL.K lll’NTKR.