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SING 1 LEAD KINDLY LIGHT, ABIDE WITH ME, V • OR ANY OTHER SONG And play your own accompaniment on The AUTOPIANO I Whether you know one note of music or not. The members of your family who are pianists will find The Autopiano is a fine piano with a delightful action and a rich tone of excellent quality. These who can't play the keyboard will find they are able at once to produce the i world's best music. The Autopiano brings so much satisfaction and joy to the household at an expense so slight in comparison to the pleasure received that we know of no better investment for the family and the home. . •-» I , 7 \ve mike a liberal allowance for pianjs taken in exchange and the,balance caa be paid in small monthly payments without interest. Let us at least show you these wonderful instruments. C. A. House Music Company 1305-1307 MARKET STREET. . * _ BLUM BROS. ' BELLAIRE A ECONOMY CENTER | More Suits and Coats Cam* by this morning's express! Last week’s salting left ua with many broken line*—and these new arrivals fill In the gape. Tomor. row you And new tailored suits In tan and blue serge—with long rove's of striped whipcord—beau tiful suits, S15-C0. Tomorrow you'll And new tan i and blue seroc coats—54 inches long — with etunmng large rivers of whits braided serge, special $15. Select your suit or coat for Bastsr tomorrow—with extra help In our alteration dept, we can take ear* of any alteration* up to the lest day. -Cdme and see the greatest sell i a lag lines of popular priced at"*, | abat* and waists lri^tH^flc|mt)^^l BELLA1RE Cua A. Stephen* I* Appointed Sani tary Follceman by Board of Health-—Bellalre New*. Monthly afternoon at a special meet ing of the Italluira Imard of health held in the may-we office Qua A. Ste phen!- wt: appointed aanltary police man to till 1he yacancy ranmed by the realpnatinn of ,lam<*« pollen The ap pointment urn* made from the rla*el fled Hit of applicant* »ho xucreeaful ly pary-d the examination recently. Mr, St-pii- n»‘ comp- Ttsa»it>n will be $60 per month. Mr*. Mary Gu'iey. Mrs Mary tinllcy died Monday morning gt the hoin-- of her inter, J’eter Archibald on (Irnvel Hill, after n few »e-k*’ Hines*. She wa* 7$ yearn -if ago arid * -* born In MonmouUnthlre, South \Valen, but came to tbie country when quite L youne. She was »b» mother of 15 f children, « rhf o' w:-. t y .rylye. Four aon* end i in Bellhl.-e, one aon In C'jlor.t-i- mid one at Ath ens, O. Holy Week Services. hi Beginning till -t-ning, union *erv | Ices will be h-*ld In the various churrhe- nn' Friday In oltaervanre •# Holy Week. The servlcee tonight ♦fll he held in Mt^Christian church, ■nd Her. W. S’. McCormick, pastor •l,tho I’nltcd Freobyterlan church, wfl: preach the sermon Wednesday •VfBiiig at tnlt»d Presbyterian chart I. with Rev. O. O. Herbrecht in ,«hiayt- if the •ervlce*. At the South JULIUS WEILL 1 THE POPULAR STORE. Tuesday Coats for children in Pongee, in Serge. Shepherd. Checks, at • 9130, 92.00, 92.50 and $3. Hats for children at 23^, r.oe, 7S<S 81.00 and 81-25 v ■ - ---J i Pel la ire M. K. church Thursday even- I ing, and Rev. J. .N Sciinie,, u[ the Christian church will preach. Friday . morning Rev. It R. King of the See ond Presbyterian church will preach , at the First Reformed, the services starting a> 10 o'clock. In the after noon. beginning at 3 o'clock. Rev. J. M. Shafer will preach al the First rresbyterian church. Arrests for Maroh. Thief of Police Mahone'a report for th» month of March ahowa that 83 ar rrsta ware made for offenses which follow: Drunkenneaa, 28; flahtlng. 8; stealing. 5; loitering. 6; violating the Rose law. 2; resisting arreat. I; run away boy. 1; carrying concealed weap ons. 1; disorderly conduct, 8. Ofllcers making the arrests were: Mahone, 8; Hummel, 4; Stroble. 8; Simpson, 4: Davis. 7; Good. 3; Reisler. 13. fr.s ghan. 2: Mar*, 1; Dunfee, 8; Stewart, 2; Keyser, 5. Easter. We extend an earnest Invitation to everybody to come to see our display of handsome Faster footwear, the hai • u-n -kn _ LOCKE SHOE CO . Bel!alr«. Easter Sunday Services. Bsllslre churches sre arraueinr spe. rial programs for the services tn h* held next Sunday. Easter In every : church the choirs are preparing elabo-1 rate programs, and the ministers will 1 preach on appropriate subjects. Home Erom Hospital. I Miss Mary Eaton, whrf was Injt r> s ! by the gis explosion which I j destroyed the Mrs Simon I'usa prop i erty on South Iteimon* street altout ; two months ago. |ias been removed to ! her home In thl# city Getting Ready ftr Seaton. William Kennedy, manager of the i H-Ilslre team, le In the rity this week ! vetting the players together It Is ex i peet»d the season will open May 1. Knights of Columbus Meeting. Beiislre Council No |24*i. Knights I of Columbus, will hold their regular j meeting this evening at the Buckeye ► C C C HEALS 0.0. O. SORES AND ULCERS '8. Bfl.heald Sard, »hd Ulcer. In the very simplest way. It Jti.r goes r!8> <iown into th\ blood and removes the cause, and the place Is lotted to heal because the Impurities and morbid matter* which have been the ■*»*' of keeping the uker oje*n are no longer absorbed from the Mood. Kjrtdrnal application* of salve*, lotions, plaster*, etc., can never produce a •ore beewuee they do not reach the source of the trouble. At be t they enn only dllay pain or reduce Inflammation: such treatment Is working on I symptoms and not reaching the cause. Every nutritive corpuscle In tin f blood is weakened or Infected, they cannot nourish the fibrous tissue aroor I the place, but Instead they constantly dl» herge Into the flesh around the •ore • quantity of Impure, germ-laden matter which gradually eats into the Surrounding healthy tiaauc and muses the ulcer to enlarge. Since Impute i blood Is responsible for Sores and Ulcers, a medicine that can purify the blood is the only hope of a cure. H. g. B. has long been recognized as the greatest Of all blood purifiers, possessing the qualities neceaseiy to remove •vjrv Impurity from the Mood. While curing the sore or ulcer B. *. S. brings ahAut a healthy condition of the flesh by supplying It with rich. beA-hr blood, and thus makes the cure permanent and lasting. Book on Boras and Ulcers aad auy medical advice free to nil who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COt. ATLANTA, OA. L BRIDGEPORT BANK &. TRUST COMPANY CAPITA!. 8BO 003 lURPLUt 819,1)) acre • ear Seal *a sevisg Mroia sea aimai -•eoaita C.sa .•»*»#•» «v«lag> fc-.ol • S* «e l«l a Depositnry tor deltas WtUi Postal davtags reads t- —11 '■ s GEORGE HEIL Th# Quality Meat Market. MEATS— For the choicest and most com plete line oi Meats, Poultry, Oys ters. or Fish, In the city, you will And our market stocked at all I times with the best that can be ^had. Try us and be convinced. hall, corner Thirty-second and Bel mont Streets. All members are earn BStly requested to be present. Tbe annual Raster ball will be held at tha Armory hall on Wednesday, April 17. Meeting To-night. It is expected that all member's of tiie Uvltalre Progressive Association will bo in attendance at the meeting to tv held iu city hail auditorium this evening. Bellaira Briefs. Mrs. J. J. Corby, of Mancie. Jnd., Is visiting her mother. Mrs. David II. Jones, of Monroe street. Miss Claire Coyne, of Noble street, will leave today for Fairmont, W. Va.. where she will visit her sister, Mrs. William Burton. Frank Kdmunde. of New Martins ville, Is visiting Kellaire relatives. Miss Julia Dorff. of South Kellaire, Is able to be out after air Illness. Miss Nora Ames, of South Kellaire. has gone to Columbus for a visit with relatives. John T. Flynn has returned from a trip to Coluinbus. Mr*, .1. M Shafer and ron. I*aul, left ycterday for Seattle, Wash, to visit relatives. Isaac Hill, of Heallsvtlle, ha* re turned home after a visit with Mr and Mrs. Miller Booth, of Helinont street. .Ml the local Sunday school* will hold special Raster services next Sun day. Uellalre lodge of Elks will hold an Im portant meeting this evening.' All members are urg'd to attend. Rev. C. <J. Hazlett and family left yesterday for their new home tn New ark. special services will be reld In the Shadrsldn M E church this week The Rev. II L. Ward, the pastor, will have charge. The Christian Endeavor society of the Second Presbyterian church will hold a sunrise prayer meeting neit Sundav morning Ionic lodgs of Mason* will hold a meeting this evening for work in the degrees. Mis# Iaiurft Waser. of <i’>crn*«y street, is visiting rslatlves In Cleve land. Mis* Oertrud* Bader ha* returnee to her position in nium Bros, store ar ter a few days' Illness . Miss Anns Bowser is home from MTW Women's College, at Frederick, Md, for the spring vacation Otto Btmpson, of Harrison street, is reported III at bis home Oeorge Hermlrk. of (luerneey street, left yeAerday for Kaat Liverpool, where he will he employed James t Hughe* will leave to day for a vlatt at Marietta IT IS RAINING! ' GCT*’A “RAIN STICK Ladies', Childicn > and Gent * Umbrella*. self-ttpervers, detach* able handle*, suit ca*c and V) “family umbrella* “ TAYLOR'S ' BRIDGEPORT Ldoat Company of Boys Brigade to Bet Oat* for “Main* Folks" Boon. The Bovs' Brtgude company, of this city will bold a meeting In the MONUMENTS Should you want n Monument or Karksr completed in the cemetery •erore Decoration Duy. now in the ime to piece your order before the ipnag rueh come*. Ton will anve dollar* by getting ■f price*. A postal card or either phone will \ •ring to you my latest design* I employ no agents end will eer* ron their commission on any work rotia«houid want. H. I. EVA'S BrMfepMt OUlo Kirkwood Preebyterlan church this ivsning at which those assigned parts In the play entitled “Maine Polka" which will be given soon, will ro naarae. Moved deeds Back. The many local merchant* who were compelled to mm* tbclr stock From their basements during the high water replaced them yesterday. ■ — _ Will Visit In Wales. Joseph Harrison And wife and son will leave New Tork. Thursday, on * the steamship Cameronia, their trans portation having been pirchased through the ftchtek agency. They will visit relatives In England and Wales. Bass Ball Team. The bdya of the High school have started base ball practice and yester day nearly twenty candidates were out. Johnson hat been elected cap tain and Costlhe manager of the ttaih. Stoker Repaired. The broken stoker on the engine which oper&tea nails Nos. 21 and 22 at the Aetna Standard has been re paired and the mills resume this morn ing Many Miners. Hundreds of miners from the towns west of here came down to Wheeling yesterday, to oflebrnte the annlver sary of the fight hour day. The morning train was crowded to full j capacity and the afternoon train which ; bnight more men was more than two 1 hours late. To Defend Chaney. Herman Shafer, of this city, has been appointed to defend Ilev. t’haney who was arrested for jumping several alleged bills when he lived at May* were arraigned and dates for thelt trials set at St. cialrsvtlle yesterday. Condition Imoroved. The manr friends of Kev. Mr. Crick enberger, of the Trinity Lutheran church, will be glad to learn that his condition last evening was much Im proved. Will Hold Meetings. Revival meetings will bn held in the West Wheeling M. K. church be ginning with Thursday evening and will be continued the remainder of the week. The pastor. Rev. Sparks, will have charge of the meetings. Dead Baby Found. The body of a dead baby waa found near this city yesterday and was taken to the Adolph morgue It waa impossible to And out whose child It was. Fine Meeting. The union meeting held last even ing In the Kirkwood Presbyterian church waa one of the best ever held In the city, and was attended by a large crowd. The meeting was given mostly lo testimony, snd It was Im possible to tell one denomination from another. Bridgeport Briefe. Mrs. William Woods Is recovering from pneumonia at her home west of town. Peggy Kinder, the little daughter of Cordon Kinder Is recovering from a few days' lllnets Hugh Thompson will go to Ft. Cialravllle to-day to spend the week with friend*. Mrs Famuel and Mis* Martha Coff land hare gone to Wellsvllle to visit relatives for a few- days. Roy Davis, of Hjmvtlle, Is visiting local relatives Mrs. Walter Rggers has returned to her home In Pittsburgh, after a few days' visit with the family of Ceorge Matthews. Judge Cochran was down from Ft Cla'rsvllle yesterday. Jr O. I* A. M. held a regular meet. will meet thla evening William McDanlela hna purchased A fine black borne, which he hd« match ed with another, making one of the beat team* In thin vicinity The condition of Dr. Arthur H!g gin*. »ho underwent several opera tion* at the North Wheeling hospital, changed for the worae yesterday Malone Stein la visiting relatives at Chlllleothe for a few days Frail I'hrlatman haa returned to h'a home In Woodaflrld after a visit with hla daughter, Mr* Carl Oraeh Mr* Dulin Parrett haa returned to 1 her home in Cleveland, after a vlalt with local relative* The member* of th» fire department held a meeting la*t evening - Mr ami Mr* Herman Zimmerman of I’.rnokalde, are the parent* of a j new baby which arrived yesterday — LOW RENT AND LOW PRICES. Th« fthov« < «»mhlrt«(l'*n w»lh hlph crKWd rod-;* la ».*■ bultt i|f. our M| frp4p We Sell All Over Greater Wheeling Ie#l tip MVd frou mtiflM C. W. ADOLPH, r-traltar*. V’ ler'%»lBf and *m kalalaf. Vta'n SI.el Hrfiterporf, (Uilo Hotb t*>Mlf,aa I-lc»r,d tmeil Director and ■ mt.alraor. - Tnr both Ohio and W. W j MARTINS FERRY V. V C A Project Will •* Pitched by Cottymitteea Which Meet Kod of Week. A great amount of lntor**t la being take* m the protect foe a T M. C A. building for thl* elty, and plaaa will he made for the start.nr of a anb MTlption list the latter part of the week The church people ara erped i »-d to help the movement along as well »* the hnalnes* men It la the plan to get after i very man, )»nng and J old. in tho city for hia signature on T- 'M Those at tbe bead of ths ■•▼•meat are assured that a T. M. C. k. building la tbla city Is a aeaaaaity. Tba funeral services ef tba lata bra. Phillip smith will be bald this iftemoon at 1 o’clock from tbs boas >f her soa-lnlaw, Button Palmer, os South Third street. Interment will M mads la Itlvcrvlew cemetery Maiiv lliillnu. Evangelistic and revival meetings aero held last sveatag la nearly all af tbs local churches and a large 1 number attended. Tbs meetings will la most Instances be held all week. Mill Mines Th* mines of the AeSasdltandard, WAUaker-Ulessner and I-aughlln mills have been given permission by the policy committee to resume to-day. providing they sign tbs scale agreed upon at Cleveland. Tbs privilege Is given to non-shippers of cost, and they bave no advantage over tbs other mines. Reserved Mats. Tbe reserved easts for tho laat num ber of tbe lecture course will go oo Rale at tbe Relby A Reed drug store to-morrow morning Isabel Gsrghlll Beecher, reader, will be the attrac tion. Child Burled. The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Pater Hasenovitch, of First street, who strangled to dealt! late Raturday night, was burled yesterday afternoon in tbe 8t. Mary's cemetery. The services were held In ths Rt. Mary’s church and a priest from Mingo of ficiated. Masting Postponed. The meeting of the Glee club and football squad of the high school, which was scheduled for last even ing, was postponed until this even ing. Alt members or are requested to be present. Social Meeting. The Elks met In their quarters In tbe Hayne building last evening and a class of candidates was given a de gree. Following the business session a tempting banquet was served. It will pay you to see those new Spring Pat terns at Fallen A Carsons befere purchasing your Easter Suit. Will Use Books. At the revival servloes which sre being held at the local Churches this week the red song books used at ths Sunday meetings will be used and all are requested to bring tltem along. Mrs. Hilt Dies. Mr*. Mario Hill, aged 31, a widow living on South Fifth street, died last night at 9:20 after a long Illness of tuberculosis. She Is survived by two children, Beatrice, aged 11, and Grace, aged 10. Thrpe brothers and a sister, two of whom live in Wheeling, also survivs. Busy Police Court. h^syor Wyckoff had a very busy session at the city building last even ing and started out April with a good sum in fines on the books. Joe Doute, a foreigner, who was arrested on the charge of operating a speakeasy, was csspsaed $10 and costs, which he will likely pay. The caee against Mike Grass for Relling boose, was dismissed on account of the lack of Incriminat ing evidence. Messrs. McGilton and Van Curen were fined $10 and costs for esceedlng the auto speed limit, which they paid. A Wheeling man who distributed bille was fined $1 and costs. A drunk and disorderly who was broke was given the necessary time to hit the suburbs, which he diil gladly. Martins Ferry Briefs. Miss Grace Wallace, of Clark street, will leave the first of the week for San Diego. Cal., where she will make her future home. John B-yans will sail from New York Thursday for his home In Ire land. where he will spend several months'. Ernest Cole is expected home to morrow from Ohio Wesleyan College, at Delaware. O. to spend the week with his parents. Orland Kirk, of Piedmont, a student at Dennleon College, at Granville, Is the guest of Wilbur Heslop. on Ellet street Joeeph Wlrkhcm Is seriously III at the home of hie son-in-law, Frank Wallace, on Burlington road, and on account of his advanced qge la not e* pected to recover Prayer meeting will be held this evening at the home of Mrs. Jacob Bowman, on West Washington street. Karl lleslop is confined to his home on Kllet street, quite 111. Mrs Jame* Bowman and daughter will leave the last of the week for Mo net sen, Pa. where they will make their home Mre Gilson Is seriously 111 at the home of her son-ln law, Jemes ftlaugh ter. on Pearl street. Th#» locftl ftmlrnti O Q f* *« Columbu*. are expected home to-night to spend the week Tho Commercial Association will bold an important meeting this even in*, at which arrangement* for tha annual banquet will he completed, i The foreign miner who waa burned |tn the egptnsion at tha Connors*!lie Mine la ailll living at the hospital. «i I 'hough hi* CondiUoo I* regarded aa bopalena. , . Sever*1 base halt games were played by pick-up team* on vacant lot* yesterday. Mr*. Charles Carpenter ha* re j 'urned from a visit with friend* at Anderson, Jnd. No unusual April fool joke* were reported here yesterday POTATOEa TO FtEO *000.000 IMPORTBO NRW YOHkT April” I - -Rlx thou sand tons of potatoes, the largest shipment ever received In New Yerh. arrived from lemdon today on tha steamship Minne.iaha Roughly. • here are enough of them to supply 5«.ooo.nop meals for an adult. As po tatoes were quoted here today at $3 25 per bag of IAS pounds, the shipment Is valued st more than •S.'to.ooo Tha government collected ftn.ntH) in du tics. Rocl*llet Oefaatad n.lNT. Mich . April 1.— John A. C. Menton. Socialist mayor of Flint, waa defeated for reelect Inn today by I Charlea R Mott, running on an Inde pent rttlrens* ticket, supported hy both lu-mocrat* and Republican* All | other candidate* on tha r It liens' | ticket wera sleeted. ELECTION AT BENVOOD TODAY OUTLOOK INDICATES a REPUBLI CAN VICTORY. John T. Manley Candidate far Re Eleetlen .Jae Shepherd Candi date far Chief af Pella*. With th* outlook for a swooping Republican victory mar* than eneeur Mina, th* ally elactloo at Baa wood la ‘^cay being bald. On tba *do of the battle last evening th* Democratic politician* flashed a big bank roll, aod wero spending it lavishly. U Is re ported that the money was received from Senator Clarence W. Watson To-day's fight Is a record unequaled for fairaeu to the people oa the Re publican side pitted against a disas trous record covered over by a bank roll on tbs Democratic eld*. John T. Manley, th* present chief executive of the city, has made an effi cient officer, and his majority will be close to the 200 mark. Joe D. Shep herd. lieutenant of police. Is a candi date tor chief or police on th* Repub lican ticket.- tils many friend* an confident that he will defeet Dnk* Garvey, the Democratic candidate and present officer. The council men on the Republican ticket are men of high character, and. It elected, the affair* of the city will be conducted In an •ven better manner. If such a thing >■ possible, than during the past two year*. John Scanlon la the Demo cratic candidate for a mayor. Prosecuting Attorney Chari** a Carrlgan will have deputies stationed in the mill town to see that there is no sale of liquor during election hour*. License Is granted by cotthclt, but a* both partite favor licensed saloons the "wet aid dry" queatlon Is not an issua W. g. A I. Coal Company Suspends Opeartions—Other New* and Notes of tho Mill Tewn. About two hundred coal miners em ployed In the mines of the Wheeling Steel & Iron company's mines e-er* ’rid off yesterday and the plant w'll be c'ored the remainder of the week. The w nan Riurnm Up OnO hundred oars of coal In It* yard* In anticipation of | long strike and aa the strike la not probable the rom I'any wishes to use up the surplus ■leek, hmce the suspension, Mrs. Lizzie Sezbright. Mrs. Lizzie Beabrlght. a very popu lar young lady of Uogg* Hun. died Imi evening about 6 o'clock. Death waa due to heart trouble. She was 1* years of age and leaves her husband and father to mourn her death. She had been ailing about seven weeks. No ■ rrangm«nts have been made aa yet for the funeral. Pip* Cutters ftssign. About forty employes of the Lap w. Mtl.reading floor, machine depart ment of tile Wheeling Steel * Iron company's plant, resigned their re spective positions on Saturday after noon. The men held a meeting yes terday afternoon but no Information was given out us to the outcome of the meeting. Knights of Pythias. Local lodge No. II, Knights of Pythlaa. held Its regular aeml-munthly meeting last ovening In the . lodge rooms In the Harlow building. Fol lowing the transaction of routine busi ness Attorney John p. Arhonx made a talk on Pythianlzm. Tonight the lodge will hold a special session and will receive the election returns dur ing the evening. I Revivals Opened. Rev. 8. H. Hart, pastor of th* First M K. church, opened a series of re - vlvul services last avenlng In th* churrh. These meetings will be car ried on for an indefinite period. All thoee having signed < arda at th# ••Hilly" Sunday meetings for this Church are requested to Vkttnd. Mooting Tonight. The local lodge, R lasing - Arrow, tribe No. 101, Improved order of Red M*n. will hold their regular semi monthly meeting this evening at their headquarters on Main street. Follow ing routine business tho social able of th# lodge, known as the "Haymak ers,*' will Initiate about seven candi date* Into the order. Had Meeting. Th# building committee of the 8t. Matthew's Herman Lutheran churrh met In special session on Sunday aft ernoon at the parsonage and trans sited considerable business pertaining to the new improvements now being utsuc w uw cainre. DH«w Thirty Day*. John Wedle wa* fined $;oo and rout* !*af evening on a charge of assault ■ nd battery upon Hteve Mortlnalck. both of thl* dty. It t* said that had It not be. n for a to slander Wedle would probably hate killed Mortlnalck at the rate he was going. Wrdla struck Mortlnalck over the head three tInti-* with a heavy Iron rod. Inflict ing a very ugly gaah. Wedle ar ’ r< sti'd and Jailed. Ban wood Briefs. A new map of the city waa received I at the olty building lust evening. It shows every home and lot In the city. Richard Hoffman sold hi* Wrier shop on Marshall street In Richard Mnllnwltch. who took possession yes terday morning The funeral of th* young Higgins child was held yesterday afternoon ' from the family residence. Albert Krebs, formerly of this city, hut now of Hllvcr city. \. *|.. sent b M. Noel a pair of large ears of on* kind of the Jack rabbits found la that cotintr They are at the barber shop on rshIMIIon. where they can Ire seen RAILROAD DEAL engineered by Jahn T. Me Or aw, Wh* mtaeaats • A 0. •« Mi* W. Va. kin* hpeclal Dispatch tn tb* Intelligencer. URArtuX, W. Va., April | » M<m. John T. Mnlraw haa returned from a bustnese trip to the east. While eons he negotiated oh* of the great-at deal* of his Ilf*. Cat. Meflraw nwng the West Virginia Midland railroad a line e> tending froth Palmer to Wrbaier Spring* and thence a distance sf sev. | • nil mile* In a point In Webater cotin ty where a great timber tract is n*. I Ing dev. lotted. It ta unde rat nod that the ftaltlmnre a ohm Railroad < nm I itany has purchased «» per cent of the ■lock f»r a consideration of |t*n*«n, I and that work will h* started at anc* to make the read a Standard guago. When a voting widow make# up her mind to tttsrrv n b • heler h* may pos sibly escape by dythg. : H’IBGHEH lag- All Mono who hare rtgmod cards far this church era apart ally rsQaasisd to attaoO thaao rHaoMatm. Tha last ."SET Of tho LfNM mim to HO gives this /oar woo that which ?s ixisirrs* sc isi the lecturer, HoHert Porker Ml lee. a noted lecturer, wm very plaaata. and entertaining to the audience. The enrvtT^mrorlly. aT Moaudevtua will peasant their Mop "The Bachelor Molds Reunion." at the school hall audi torium one evealttr Ml week. The e> art Oats Ml not neon fined ao ret. The entertainment Will M riven under the auspice# of the Men's Brotherhood of this city. Mrs. Anha Porterfield returned yes terday from the Uiendale hospital,where she nud«r«ent an epees ilea a few days K^vlTOfVUiSt'y morula, to resume hla studies at the state uni versity at Morgantown. after spending the past few days with hid pa rente eu Seventh street. Mrs. Rosa Kaumkerrer la confined to her home on -or field street, with an attar* of pneumonia, rT c. MoCloekey lift yeoterdoy morn - Ilf for MorgnntoWn to resume hla atuOtea at the state university. An optomlst Isn't necessarily worth less because hla neighbor la worth BEUTERS' SPECIALS Turkey*. Ge**e, Duck* and Chickens. Beef Tenderloin. Calf Liver Rosett* Lamb Chops. Reuter’s Delicatessen*— Veil Loaf. Cooked Tongue. Swiss Cheese. Roquefort Cheese. Philadelphia Cream Cheese. Good Country Buttef. Strictly Fresh Eggs. Beuter Bros. No. 1116 Market St j Not! S48—Phones—Bell 1425 , FRESH CLEAN GOV ERNMENT-INSPECT ED MEATS. That’s what you get at Weimer’s, and its j the kind of meats that go into Weimer’s pud ding*. Tried ’em? They’re cork ing good “eats,” and don’t for get it. . .The right meats, the right methods and the know how are the se cret of it. Judge for yourself. F. Weimer’s Sons 10th and Market Sts. I—-v~ - CALIFORNIA FRUITS Rp»ri^ spring riaan-t'p Pal*. The t.rnVl* we maatlon cont.ln nothin* but lha lar*eat and moat perfect fruit, packed la the richest syrup APRICOTS ■unfa Papr sis tn:t—•aga in* pc loo 38e aaa. This Task's special, ape; or P9.TP dotsa. ■ust’i ptapla Brand—Magpie* •Po^ean. Tfcln weak PPc; or pv, PEARS »r MM dotes. CHFRKIKS ■mar* Moral gap nyrtsu "jwSSHIuEr££. <■*•>—P Ik Mae. Magsla* prtoa. 3Sa saa. Thin weak, ape aaa. daaaa. Pa. so peachy MsnVs Ptyreno Bread Mega tar Frias. 3 to ran This was a. Me —i PP. TS a ease. _ *sri Ptepta Praad fTMlww sriSwtwra. i, 1 Swifts I pMrad FaecPss Psas »** gFMklfp <ae This stsTUt **a. lUk dosaa PINEAPPLE OmrMe Sapp.' BUaed—Psgstar sn&sxjfEsr "* (.haii> pihtAmr ’%3£&3F2ft£ fat Ms. Pleokhsridsa PSo as: « cap* far Ms. W. A. Drlehorst Co. 1I17 MARKET ST.