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Special
Thursday i
. s Offering
Schaeffer
KNOWN ALL OVER THE WORLD AS “THE
BEST IN THE WEST.” THIS PARTICULAR
PIANO IS A BEAUTY. BURL WALNUT CASE,
FINEST CONDITION. SWEET MELLOW TONE
AND IS WORTH ALMOST DOUBLE THE PRICE
WE ASK. IT WILL BE BETTER TO BUY THIS
PIANO THAN TO WISH YOU HAD. LOOK AT
IT IN THE WINDOW AND SEE IF YOU CAN DO
AS WELL FOR $100 MORE ANYWHERE ELSE.
Small Payments,
No Interest
C. A. HOUSE MUSIC CO.
I 1305, 1307 Market St., Wheeling
EARNINGS DECREASE
FOR COAL CONCERN
CONSOLIDATION COAL CO. SHOWS
FALLING OFF OF A MILLION.
Elk Horn Territory Praised to Stock
holders. Who Elect Old
Directors.
Fperla; Dispatch to the Intelligencer
BALTIMORE. Md . March 20 —
President J. II. Wheelwright. of the
Consolidation Coal Co. to-day submit
led his report covering operations of
his company for the twelve months
ended liecemher 31, 1911. at the annu
al meeting of the stockholders.
The report showed that the gro«s
earnings of the Consolidation for the
year let,- Iil.l2n.f,ii| !ir, in compared
wl'h f 1?.. 13.2.-. . hj for the previous
year »>pera‘!ng np-ni« were |s,.
««7,<tr.2 ;:t. a* con>psred with t'USf..
A12.70 depreciation on mining plant.
*2L*t.B-i2 29. ss r of rast» d with I.M.
while depreriation „n mitn-lia
neoiia ,qn pmer.N «as |7k/»v#. na
1 ‘.t go" *.<• Net earning*, from
operation sere $_' g.r.? 4'4 os com
l>ared with f »'
In h's general remarks. President
It Seelwright re'erred in glowing
term, to the ..no, optnetii of the Elk
Hohn Valiev tract of coal lands owned
rz
9 m 9m _ _
B. & 0. SAFETY
MEETING HERE
Special Mspatch to the Intelligencer.
BAl.TIMORK. Md., Mnri h in—Con
tinuing Its rsmpalgn for the preser
vmlon of the traveling public and em
ploye* trusted to it* care, the Haiti
mn.r" •r"‘ »»hlo Ri.llrnnd will conduct
safety meetings various division
lolnls along The route. Match :•» H
-*• APtll 2 *ml 3, the general .aleix"
committee will make Its first visit to
Brunswick on Tuesday, March 2«
Similar me. tines will t... held „f
ton and \\ heeling. March 27 ami 2M
resist lively. president Willard 1* *a ■
. • •■•I to ad Ire., • • , nes
COAL CAR SHORTAGE
TO BE INVESTIGATED
WASHINGTON. D C. Marrh 20 —
Paymaster John H Higgins. I*, s X.
who has charge of the navy coal roly
tracts, was ordered today by dec re.
lary Meyer to Norfolk. t„ Investigate
f-i rar shortage Th- operators have
told the secretary lh.it although there
'*tis coal at the mines, 'hey were t|e.
Igycfl In moving It to tidewater hr
the lack of car. tied up 1n western
Cities
INVENT BIG GUN
tor aeroplane
n’!:■ ■ mm
,."***» * •'y4* •• * • r. « I
MINIMUM WAGE BILL
MA DEFEAT |
LONDON. March ».-Th« fate of the I
minimum wage hill iwnu to be trem- '
hllng in the balance A. J Balfour will
more the rejection of the bill in the 1
house of commons to-morrow Th# dra
matic reappearance of Mr. Balfour In the I
role of leader of th# opposition corns*
a* a great surprise.
Whether this development heralds th*
return of Mr Balfour to th* active lead
ership of the partv remains to be seen
The I'nlontsts lately have been grsatly
elated at the growing difficulties th*
government has been encountering, due
In part to the unpopularity of the In
surance hill, increasing labor trouble#
and the greatly increased public expen
diture Involved In the social reforma,
and evidence of a change In public opin
ion has been gtven In recent by-election.
If as some Of the T’nlonlst* assert, the
government is riding for s fall. It msv
come over the minimum wag# bill, but
there Is little doubt that th* govern
ment ran carry the second reading of
the hill as the Ishor party and th* na
tionalist* have decided to give their sup
port to that end.
A cabinet council will he held to-mor
row to consider the whole situation.
Th* probability now Is that the par
liamentary discussion of the hill will
I extend into next ws*k and that there
will he no resumption of work until th*
| hill 1* passsd.
PLOT TO KILL KNOX
Planned By Nicaragua Liberals) a
Number Mey Be Executed
Who Are Impliested.
NEW ORLEANS. March 20.—Ax
the result of the alleged discovery' by
the government of Nicaragua of a
plot to assassinate Secretary of state
, Knox on the occasion of his recent
j visit to the capital of that country,
I It Is not Improbable that a number of
prominent ••liberate” will be put to
death, according to advices received
i here today from Rlueflelde
Thirteen dynamite bombs placed be
neath the road bed over which Secre
tary Knox's special train traveled from
CVirlnt.1 to Managua and connected
with an el. Ctrlc battery were discov
ered by government agents and will
be need as evidence against the con
spirators.
NEW CHARTERS
GRANTED TWO CONCERNS
Ppeclai Iilspatch to the Intelligencer
CHARLESTON. W V. . March 20.
The following charters have been is
sued by the secretary of state
The Kanawha and Ohio Oil Company,
of Charleston. \V. Va, to drill for oil
and gas and deal in leases; construct
pipe lines, etc. Authorized capital,
$100,000. Incorporators: A R Martin,
O O. Older. R. P Burks and A. R
Thornton, of Charleston, and H T.
Sommers, of New York City.
Gassaway Telephone Company, of
Gassaway. W. Va., to build and operate
telephone lines in Braxton, Gilmer and
Calhnftn counties Authorized capital
SlO.onn Incorporators- David Frame
| and C. W. Marple, of Gassaway; May
1 Frame, of Sutton; J J. Stalnaker, of
; Progress, and C. N. Snodgra«s, of
Rosedale
. Governor Glasscock ha- refused ra
I gram the request of one l>wrn G. Saw
Ivers, that he lie relieved of further con
finement in prison for forgery com
mitteil in Cabell county. He was given
a two year sentence.
_
Maclean’s
"Cascapepsin”
Sure Cure for Constipation or
Torpid Liver.
»rl«C» Permanent Briur to Inlll
Or«popol». ■•srttmrn. Bou
Oaeay TamlXng and BlUonanaas.
CASLAPKBHIN TABLET* contain
no opium, calomel or poisonous min
ers! substance, and can be safely a<l
ministered to the aged as well as to
children, without risk or discomfort.
It will sweeten jrour sour, garsy
stomach In less than five minutes it
restores the natural functions of the
bowels Your food doe* not lie like s
| lump of lead In your stomach, your
breath U sweetened, heaviness In the
head and headaches disappear, nau
sea and dtzzlnesa are unknown '
i»o lo your druggist today and get a
box of Maclean's t'aseapeps.n Ke-ep
: l* In the house at ail times l urry
three or four tablets when you go to
work
Iton t feet that there Is no help for
you Thousands of ehronle eases have
hwn permanently cured by this tnsr
tslous remedy These Include suffer
ere from sour or sick stomach, hie
ourhina and l>elrhing. i-aa on stom
seb end low * Is, temible for .-aiin* or
drlV)k:nff ifm m'«rh rich f J +tr
••mriarh- hjr 4lfu.r<!*r«- ! *tom‘
• Cl. • ***P ifif rs«t n ')■!
up..* resting after be ng up late it,»
mb' fwfor* Mb* lean • < a--»p-r>« n
■ l|i hraee up men sett.nor from
driBking ylmbotii be?«ta#ea
*e »mk n« or aa up#e* s*otnar.*
ir * f ih«*r •«>
WICHITA CONYBRT
PRAISES SUNDAY
Refutes Charge That Work ef the
Evangelist Is Not of a
fu it* ri.i4.aat.og Hatwea,faceri X3
8lr:—* have been a very earaest
and enthusiastic reader of you flue ,
bap^f eiaee Rev Sunday became in.
terested in Wbeelint. and I want to
miitntulilr you and compliment you
upon the magnificent effort you are
pulling forth to give the wonderful ef.
fort of Mr Sunday euch great public
. * have been greatly amused st the
ridiculous signed statements and let- i
tero which have been published in '
your paper from time to time concern
Ing Mr. Sunday and his work, and the
feuows who write these articles must 1
feel very foolish when they see them
in print, or. if they do not feel foolish
now they will feel more foolish in
weeks to come If they should happen
to see their name under one of the i
weighty documents of state, which '
they now take such great pride In pub- I
llshltig to the world.
Of course. It does not do a parti
cle of good to say anything In reply
to these articles, because the record
of tho whole world from thf» beginning
of time is against them
it any of you fn Wheeling an* wond* !
ertng whether or not God s teaching*
as portrayed by His agent and Deciple
|"ev- Sunday, will be of lasting or
beneficial effect, just refer them to i
any of the thousands of churchgoing
people here in Wichita, or else, if
they will come out hero and take a
look at us. the question will answer
Itself.
I am ashamed to say T was one of
, tne numerous opponents of the Sun
day Movement and withheld my pres
ence at the meetings for the first three
weeks he was here. After attending
the first meeting I was a ready sub
ject and a convert. Having been a
worldly man and partaken freelv of
the indulgences of worldly people who
think they are having a good time as
they go through life. I bog to state
[publicly that I have had more genu
ine satisfaction, pleasure and enjov
iment out of life In the past thrw
| months than any of the previous
forty-nine years of my existance I
uni one of the hundreds of men who
are doing evangelist work right here
In Wichita, and It has been a source
of the greatest pride and satisfaction
to see my business friends and asso
ciates lining up in this beautiful work
| for the Master
We in Wichita are receiving a
, wonderful amount of satisfaction In
noting that the people of Wheeling
have received Mr. Sunday and his
company In full brotherly fellowship
ianfl ,ll*i they aro accepting In such
great numbers the religion of the Sav
i lor who died for us on the cross. God
, bless all of >-ou. and if it is any satis
faction for you to know that all of
Wichita is praying for you.
Again thanking you for the privilege
, and pleasure of reading your wonder
i ful newspaper, and assuring you of my
kindest regards. I beg to remain
Most sincerely.
.... HOMER CALDWELL.
" ichlta. Has . March 14
INTERESTING
W*" Y?,h *p*,a Typswriting by M i,
Wilson st tbs BUlott School.
I "•''***'•» without H doubt the mn,|
Interesting demonstration uf rsold
! wi!TTfc,Vn* , v'r wl!t>-s*ed in Hilarity
that k til by Miss Florence E Wll
e;m last evening in the com- nf rhe
I-.I.iott < „m men la I t.-hnol M,,, VTII.
son IS the polder ,.f tin world's re-..id
tl, u* o'Sm' Tr,,,n* an" **■"'»• nest
•" V ", Mlslodsle the world s champion
nrti^r for nri h*»nr
I IV111 l*Bt ' nltiK s demonstration Miss
I Milton see,"npli.l.e,, m,ni seemingly
Impossible feat- Fr. ni new matter
take,, from i> hook in the Elliott ofric
Y°. »n iwo minutes
* ... "n* rTTnr. tnsklnc an average
.or mt* Strokes per seeond f'n several
. -mca-.ors sue wrote* Ijh words per -nln
■|||. front hew matter without „n error
• me feat in particular which drew a
ronni ..f merited applause fro,,, the
audience was the writing of |;a words
fr.m new matter in one minute while
‘ conversation tvjtu
t r .r Wilson and correctly answereet at
lewst e'ght eiuratle.na f-oncernlr.r Wheel.
I ln« “h*1 other toplra of Interest
With familiar matter s'e wrote ;is
words pei minute, averuatns 11 strokes
, her f.. ..lid > feature of ir-e demonstra
tion was thw are uracy it Mia- Wilsons
writing so,, having but one err- r dur
mg It o ei t re elemonstratlon T ,f
1 r •"11 alteneled Ust evening,
i and Ml'S Wilson w«a heartily applaud
i eel In the aftem-<e,n vesferdav she
mu !e a lei.|.■!,Strati.>n be fore the Elliott
p'lplls. in*I this niori ing will ,lemon
strsi. st Ihs Whesllng high school.
DIRECT HARMON
TIGHT FROM COLUMBUS.
< • d.l'lllit'H. * *lito. Mar. h IS._
' ' Ittmto.S >S te, h, II eete I be Mtl«|lll
i h. ol e'.rt-rs fe r ,h« Harmon presi
/*
I f,fl# ,'*!<‘ hv M,,*h *+
i r,' » •' «#f • . '.ir>i|#Nifn rnmuic**r
' M»rm*'fk Sir ... th~
’ • * ' * .if »h# lltrni"n f r
’ •' * t- •; r. rn. .„**
' • ' »• Th* frtruif^
* » ‘ *+ ut\4> ft thm m .rk *>»i
,r#* # 99 1 r» • » » 1 r a
L - _
* •/ Couldn t Jeff be a Cheerful Boy?
J -—N
I * '-•■•••» •«« **'«• %«• I
l*""9 »«*,« «•( 7"* »'•'■'»
(J~ -'" I r •■"•o »• *
.: yw i r r
J Jtx EJB 1 I -v A
l*iv j '/ 'V 3 J
Take FOLEY
KIDNEY PILLS
Taaie la Aettoa-Oakfc la BoaMs
Oat rid of your **— |lj xiduy All.
that « oat you a hlfh prtra In an
duranoa of pain, loaa «.f tima and monrr
Othara Hava 'iirM thanmalraa of K1D
NET AND HEADDKH DI.UKAAK* by
Hr. Esjep* tlmaly uaa of PT.EBT
PI El.*. Stupa BACKACHE.
HEADACHE and AEE THE many othar
,h»* follow DI REA SBLi KID
**?* "H? CRINART IRREOI'EARI
PoUEY KIDNEY PILE* will
•in K a nr caaa of KIDNEY and BEAD
\ THOt BLK not beyond the reach of
I medicine Nr. medicine can do more In
| a yellow parkac*
worn 1AL1 BT OOLIVAB * OO.
BRIBERY
Alleged to Have Been Attempted by
Maryland Auditor In Local
Option Fight.
_
j ANNAPOLIS. .Md. March 20.—
! John F O'Malley, State Auditor of
Maryland, was charged this afternoon
in the House of Delegates by Dele
gate Smallwood, of Prince George'*
county, with haring offered him a
j bribe of $2,600 to vote against the lo
' cal option bill.
Just prior to the charge being made
the House, by a vote of 51 to 47. bad
^ substituted the favorable minority re
port for the unfavorable majority re
l*ort of the temperance committee.
A committee was appointed to In
vestigate Mr. Smallwood's charge,
j and a recess was taken until to-night.
Obituary

Thonui M. Parker.
Thomas M. Parker passed away at
| his home at No. 2129 EofT street, oil
.Wednesday morning at 9:30 o’clock^
following a lingering illness of tuber
j miosis, with which the deceased had
! been a sufferer since last December.
He was the son of the late James M.
and Annie M Parker He was 29
; years of age and was born and reared
In this city. His occupation was that
of an electrician, and he was employed
by the Wheeling Electrical Company.
He was a member of Wheeling Aerie
No. 344. F O. Eagles, and the mem
bers of the order will have charge of
the funeral.
Besides, his mother. Mr. Parker Is
survived by a wife, one young son and
two stepchildren.
CUT ORE PRICE
I CLEVELAND. O, March 20.—An
J nouncement was made to-day of deep
cuts in lake ore prices Sales have
been made at figures that will govern ]
, for the year.
The reduction is 75 cents on Old
Range and Meaabi Bessemer, and <55
cents on Old Range and Mesabl non
Hessemer The new prices Therefore
will be $3.75 a gross ton for Old Range
Bessemer and $3.50 for Meaabi Besse
mer, $3.(15 for Old Range non Besse
mer and $2.k.*» for Mesabi non-Besse
These are the lowest prices in
year*.
GOV XASSIALL TO
GET INDIANA MXN.
I.N4IAKAPOUI Marc m
trl't • >m\enttons :n this .-it. to-night
Indiana Demo. rat. el.^,‘ed delegates to
l..» national • nnnntT-r To-rrerrow
they will likely he instructed for Oov
•Thomas It Marshall.
^flnniihnfin'imnniinfe"
:J “]§>ulleas^” 11
I [FOLDING AWNING if
WE COULD MAKE
‘CHEAPER”?
Awnings
—if we would, but we won’t.
We would make them better—
if we could, but we can’t.
V\ atch for our new window
awning. ‘‘It works from the
inside.”
Wheeling Tent &
Awning Co.
1204 WATER ST.
(Note New Location.)
Cut This Order Blank Out and Sand Your Older by MaiL
Wholesale—Groceries—Retail
Wheeling, W. Va.
Branch Stores—Bellaire, Ohio, and Martins Ferry, Ohio.
WAKE UP! S
jonr too. Ton
r. o
m. s.
w. o
quimr. Aaout
- Oran. lifu. bbL lb. to .
.... Onto. Boro*. 100 tba. M. .
.... Ono Boyar, *• Ibo 01.fto .
- ltd. A. Iiftr, lb SV,« .
.Bx. O. lofar, lb l«|t
.B. *11 Floor, bo* TSe .
.... W. Wheat Flow, boo *0c .
.BO. lama. lb. liHe .
.... an o. cauiox. loc .
.... Bmkd. Booon. lb 11* .
.n C. Bacon, lb 18e ..
.... Lord, 6 lb coam. Mo ..
.... Bio Corfoa. lb lie ..
- Baatos Coffaa. lb. 19c .
--Bkft. BL Oof fa*, lb Sic .
.... Mexican Coffee. lb SSe ..
.... Dal. Bland Coffee, lb. Me .
.... Plantation Coffaa. lb. SOc .
- Bn*. Bkft. Taa. lb 30c .
-Oolonr Tea. lb. 40c .
.-a.. . Gunpowder Taa. lb SOc .
.... Japan Taa. lb SOc .
.Bp- Mixed Tea. lb 30c .
- Ceylon Tea. lb SOc .
.... Blended Tea. lb 40c .
-Allspice. whole, lb llt*e .
.... rwpper, wneie, lb. 18c .
.... Clovis, whole, lb. ISc .
.... Mixed Spiece, lb. ISc .
.... Butmers. dos. Sc .
.Ord. Allspice, lb. 18c .
.... Ord. Clovss. lb. aec .
.... Ord. Cinnamon, lb. 38c
.Ord. Olnrer. lb. 3Sc
- Ord. Mustard, lb. 35c .
.... Vanilla Pier., dox. 81 .
.... Itmon Pier- dox. 81 .
- Oranre Pier-, dox. 91 .
Wot. Sauce, flex. 91
.... Catsup dox. 91 .
Prspd. Mustard, dos. 48c .
Asstd. Jsllp, dot. 91 .
.... Tom a toss, dos. 91.3s * .
.... Surer Com, doe. 80c
.**• Surer Com. $1
.... Peas, atad., dos. 91 .
•••■ veaa, B. J., dos. SI.50 .
.... Beans strlnr. «oa. 90c
- Beaus, baked, dos. 81
.... Pumpkin, dos. 9Sc
^•ac*»e9. table, dos. 81.80 .
- Peaches. CU1_, doe. 93.36 .
Salmon, tall, dos $1.50 .
OBAU*. a
... Bard to**, oil. in. **o
.... TahU Byrap, «N. |1
-Tnbl* Byrap. |U Mo
• Or- Tr. Sky. Vow, IV Mo
... Vhoo. lkf Vow, IV 20c
.Am b Haw. Bod*, do
.... Yoaad Foam, pky, do
... Choc. Candy. IV Mo
.... au>*d Candy. IV lOo >
- Halala*. pky. 10c
... Currant*. pkf. 10c
... Cal. Frunao, IV 11c
... Cal. Faaehao, IV 15c
... Tapioca. IV 8o
... Macaroni. IV 7e
... Corn March, pkf. Sc
■ • ■ Vice. Japan, IV Sc
... Mice. Hoad, IV Sc
HoUad Otto IV dc
HoUad Onto. pky. So
... Oort Flak**, pkr 7c
... Corn Meal. 10 lb. S8o
Hominy, 10 lb. 2Sc
Vary Banna. IV So
Liu Bonn*. IV 8c
Bak*r‘a Cocoa Sc
. . . Baker's Chocolate, lb. 3t>o .
■toes Polish, pkg. to
Table Balt, 3 bogs. lOc .
leory Soap, do*. Be ..
... Baptba Soap, dot 48e .
.. I. I. Taak Boap. dot. 48c .
Octagon Boap, dot. 48c .
Laundry Boap. dot. 30c ..
... Dotting Boap, dot. 30o ......
. .. Scouring Boap, doc. 48c .
Boap Powder dot. 48o .
Toilet Boap, dot. 30c. ..
Toilet Boap, doe. 48c .
.Bspollo, dot. 80c ..
... Scouring Powder, dos. BOc .
... Laundry Starch, lb. 3c .
Bluing, dos. 30c . i
.B. S. Lye, don. 98c
... Standard Lye, dot. BCc .
... Kail Pouch, dot. SOc ......
... Kell Pooch, dos. 98c .
Hon eel Tob., dos. iOo
... 3 Boar Tob., dot. EOc a.
.8 Bros. Tola, don. 80s ..
.5 Bros. Tob., doc. 38o
... Scotch Snuff, don BOc .
E. B. POTTS. W BE ELI BO. W. V A.
MANY PERSONS REMARK ON THE CLEAN
LINESS OF THIS MEAT MARKET
Well, why shouldn’t it be clean? Our meats
are to eat, and we try to keep our store so clean
that it will give out customers an appetite.
By the way, do you know about our pud
ding specialties?
We’ve won a reputation on these. Better
look them up.
F. WEIMER’S SONS
Tenth and Market Sta.
FOR SALE
Becker Twentieth Century Soda Fountain, 10 feet long. 6
Draught Arm». heavily silver plateJ. 2 Soda, 4 Mineral and 20
Syrup*. Refrigerator Base. Mahogany Back Bar and Counter,
large Mirror, Soda Counter. 20 feet long Marble Top. Mahogany
Front. Work Board. 12 feet long 2 Enameled Sink* 2 Ice
Cream Cabinet* 2 Marble Drain Boards. Metal Work German
Silver, nne 20 gallon Flectric Automatic Carbonator Stools and
all nece**ary equipment; cost $2200 00 mill *etl for le<« than half.
LOGAN DRUG CO
By "Bud" Fisher
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