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^B Hundreds of \A/omen ■ HAVE WAITED FOR Wthis curtain sale ■ 25% off the very Curtains they wanted has more than repaid them for the BIG Curtain Event of this City. r POPULAR STANDARD PATTERNS NO. 10,141—Cross Stitch Alphabet, in 2 and 4-inch sizes in one package. New 1 A Colonial letters; proof sheet... AvC 6,0.11—Ladies’ Blouse Waist; high or col larless; 32 to 42 sizes; size 36 re- -| quires 2/2 yds. of J6-in. material ADC . I NO. 6.001—Two-piece Skirt, with deep plait at front and back. Comes in 7 sizes. Very popular and smart ADC Right Now You’ll find foremost in the minds of every Miss * TIFEiJS HOE-TOP PITS _________ nd we’re real glad that our Spring Section can be of real service to the real wide-awake, winsome Greater Wheeling lass who seeks (and finds here) real Tailored Suits built exactly to her requirements. SI7F*i 13’ 14, 15 L 16 and 17 $15, $18, $21 I. PRICES $23, $25, $30 $33, $35, $40 NO—our SHOE-TOP SUITS are not Women’s Suits in smaller sizes, but jaunty, juvenile creations modeled after the requirements of Miss-High School-Girl whose Suit Skirt just reaches her shoe-tops—or thereabout. CURTAINS Irish Pointe > Lacet Arabian \Va off Etamine J Venice Ivory a \Va off Etamine Arabe J Snowflaked 'l Colored "" \Va off Flat Swiss j Madras ^ Applique Net Wa off Brussels Net J Richelieu Ivory > Mr"" \Va off Cold Novelties J Rare Newports -j Embroidered Va off Swiss Point J Nottingham ^ Colonial Va off ALL Tapestry Curtains —VELOURS iSSL™ '/4 OFF —SUNFAST Were $1.93 to $35.00 Pair ALL Rope Portieres —SINGLE -DOUBLE I.4 Off —CHENILE 11 —JAPFIBRE Were $2.50 to $8.50. Large Curtains —a i z e • particu- ^ larly wanted for j f /g Hotel* and In*ti- I-^t< Ull tution*. J PACKET TRADE I ^lightly Hampered This Week With th# Indian and Queen City Out of Commission. The packet trad# on th* Ohio river 1* slightly crippled thl* week owing to tne fact that two boat*, the Indian and th* Queen City, are out of the trade. While the litter will make no trip* for aome time and will probably discontinue the packet trade between Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, the Indian l« expected to re*um* her trip# nest week She I* tied tip at Clarlngton undergoing repairs to her machinery, a* ahe was disabled on her trip down Maturday. Good Barge Stag*. I ' Although the present rise In the river afford* *n *«cell*nt coal-host •'age, no coni I* being shipped. *nd while there I* a fair quantity of loaded bnrg** and coal boat* at land log* In *he upper river, no further shipment* will he **nt south until the coal situation la adjusted. It Is likely that the packet service will continue for several weeks, as owing to the volume of water In the river It Is not expected to fall below a packet stage for some time. River Briefs. Yesterday afternoon a stage of 26 feet 10 Inches was registered here and the river was falling rapidly. The Sonoma arrived last evening 1 from Marietta and the Greenwood 1 passed down for Parkersburg a short ' time later Each carried a large j cargo The Sonoma for Marietta Is • he only packet scheduled for today, while tomorrow both the Greenwood and the Kanawha will make trip#. | Monday’s Bests. Sonoma arrive at * p m Greenwood for Parkersburg, 9 p. m. I Tuesday's Boats. Sonoma for Marietta, It a m. Wsdnsaday's Boats. Kanawha for Charleston, tt a. m. Greenwood for Pittsburg, noon Sonoma arrive at * p m - -- The Marfcg. PITT SR t 'RG | f, April J.- Rain la 1 Earning money without saving is like reading without reflection or eat ing without digestion. »It’s what you save, not what you rn that makes you rich. A dollar opens an account here. Security Trust Co. 4% Irplu. 1145 Market Street. Intere.t Men’s Furnishings For Blaster Ton'll hmJ tham. man. for no htattar how fin* (to* •tilt may b« It can t look H» brat without khlrta, I.lnana, Tla. If'*** and Otavaa that ar* In harmony. Iktw a** Kan.” C. HESS & SONS Import*!-*—Sigh Class Tailor* *ad Furnl*h*r* IW-M ktark*t atr**V causing another rise of tha rtrera H'agea toniahr follow: l»AVI« INLAND HAM Kim *4 font and rising. rain WARRKN Hirer 111 feet and rlaln*, cloudy MOROANTOWV Hirer *10 feet and atatlonafy; cloudy OIL CITY River IIA f*et and rlaln*. rain HTTI HKNVTfXR- River M feet and fallln*. rain. I'ARKKRRMfRO Rlrer 2* J feet and fallln*; rain PHYSICIANS Ohio Vallay Magical Society Hald Waakly Meeting at tha Board of Trade Laat Craning. The regular meetin* of the Ohio "minty Medical society was hald last avanln* at tha aaaamMy rooms of the hoard "f trade with a large number of nhyalclana present fir ft m Mc Mlllen read a paper on "Atcahol a De ceptive Poison." follow in* the read In* of the paper tl waa discussed al lcn*»h hy lira H h Jones and J. R McOetian A paper waa also read hy f*r R M Italrd. which waa very in teresting W hen Some peopio air tht It knowl *d*e they hot air It, NOW FOR A NEW Y. W. C. A. BUILDING ACTIVE WORK STARTS ON CAMPAIGN FOR Y. W. C. A. April 1S-27 Selected fer Time te Relee Peed* W. A. Bowen, Whe Directed the City Heepital Campaign, te Be in Charge. After making preparatory arrange tnenta for come time, the officers In charge of the Y. W. c. A. have an nounced the opening of the campaign f,,r a new home, which hap been the Idee) of the young ladlee for eoveral yeara. The campaign will start on April nth and close April 17 th. That Ihe work will be In competent to assured by the fact that W. A Bowen, who was In charge during the campaign for the new City hospital, will be here on April 8 and will open an office In the Scottish Rite cathedral where he will direct the work. The amount to be raised and the slti for the now building have not been announced, but will be deter mined latey. The first meeting to ar range plaits and to Instruct those who will take part, will be held at the Y. C. A. rooma on Market street April 8 and Mr. Bowen will be In charge. At this meeting all prelim inary work will be mapped out and further particulars arranged. During the pant few weeks Mias Bardsley, general secretary of the Y. M . c. A., and who will act as execu tive during tho campaign, has been directing the advance work, and it wan dolded to use the name plan that was uaea In the hospital campaign, and those who have enlisted for the Work have been divided Into teams and the ri\ airy promises to be keen, as the toama will be arranged In two sections, composed of the men and women.’ Tho young business women will also tax* a prominent part and will have several trams composed of thslr mem bers. The following women, men and young business women have signified their willingness to assist; Mra Jesse A. Bloch, Mrs. K. A. Hildreth. Ill, Mrs. Julian Hearne. I Mrs. Oeo. A Ixiughltn, Mrs. Fred Farts. Mra. J. D. Merrltnan. 'Office | |SiuppI5es Loose Leaf Ledgers. Blank Books Of All Kinds and Sizes. Diaries, Calendars, Pads, For the Desk. Filing Devices.’ Desk Chairs. Pens, Inks and Pencils. Everything for the Office. Give Us a CalL PERRY Stationery Co. 39 Twelfth Street. So Easy Eyeglasses Shur-on Eyeglasses Ce Kure Eyeglasses U'e are going to fit your face I with any of the above style eye glass mountings at Two Dollars While the Stock lasts. Call and see us. We grind our own lenses while you wait. WESTMYER'S Optometrist 29 Twelfth St SM1THFIELD HAMS The genuine Virginia Razorhark Hams, family siae; also. The famous Breakfast Karon from the same hogs. HOUSE CLEANING HELPS Austin’s Carpet Cleaner brings hack the original color to your carpets. ELECTRIC AND SMOKY CITY PAPER CLEANER Cleans and disinfects your wall paper makes old paper like new ■ - — ■■■ j H. F. Behrens Co. 2217 MARKET ST, BRANC H WOODSDAIX. [ Mr* Albert C. Whitaker. Mr«. Balsa McLain, Mrs. A. S. Whttely, Mr* Albert Meyer. Misa Jeasts MoChllough. Dr. J L. Dickey, Mr. A. W. Pauli. Mr. Harold Bloch. Mr. A. L. Meyer*, Mr. Thomas Proassr. Mr. Pliny O. Clark. Mr. Pred Behrens, Mr. Will Colvtg. Mr. M. P. GIssey. Mr. Robert Browne. Ml*e Clara Hodshon, Mias Ines Smith, Miss Sophia Smurf, Misa Caroline Klndelberger. Mra. Jessie Well* Mias Della Rellley, Mr* C. L Clark. Miss Mattls Miner. Mies Loretta Schuller. Mlaa Mary Sertg, Miss Katherine Mitchell Tbe dining room of the Scottish Rive cathedral has been secured for the use of the campaigners and every day at noon * luncheon will be served there by Caterer Zlegenfelder. On the l'.r..t day of the campaign at the ca thedral speeches will be made by prominent men Interested In the work ard among thoaa who will make ad dressee will be Dr. J. L« Dickey, pre siding: Rev. I*. S. Stryker, Miss r’llxaoeih Hughes of Cincinnati and Misa Florence Simms of New York City, the last two being women who have directed the work In other cities, and national secretaries of tho Y. XV. C. A. The preliminary work will open on Sunday, April 14, when the ministers will make announcements from the pulpits of the different churches. The election of th» women who will compose the executive committee has teen held and the following will act In that capacity: Baecutlve ComjalltM. Mrs. Robert J. Reed, chairman, Mrs. Bertha E. Caldwell. Mrs. George W Wood* Mr* Alex. T- Young, Mrs. Sarah MeColloch, Mr*. J. D Merrlman. Mr* XV. H. Nlcholl, Mr* L. H. Lit tell. Mra. Henry Jones. Mrs. T. B. Moore. Mrs. Reed Baird, Mr* Jamea E. Ewing. Miss Hettle M. List. Mrs. W. J. W. Oowden. Secy.. Mrs Berry L. Bond. Mrs. E. A. Hildreth. 11, Mra W. H. Higgins, Mr«. Kr«a harts. Mr* T. J. lluru*. Mr*. Geo. W. Tolson. Mr*. John B. Garden, Mrs. a. J Clark, Mra. W. H. McLain. Mrs. I. K Bowers, Miss Fmllv Pheppsrd. Mias Nettle Orahe. Miss Henrietta Harper. •pedal Ooaimtttses. Publicity—Mrs. Bertha Caldwell, chairman. Ppeaksrs—Mrs. K. A. Hildreth II. chairman. lainchson—Mrs. Alaa. T. Younr. chair man. t'ampalgn Treasurer—Mrs W. H. Hlg glna. Why He Was Late. ‘‘What made you so late?” ‘‘I met Smithson." "Well, that ls.no reason why you should he an hour late getting home to supper." ‘‘I know, but I asked him how he was feeling, and h» Insisted on tell ing me about hla stomach trouble.” ‘‘Did you tell him to take Chamber Iain’s Tablets?" "Sure, that la what he needs." Sold by all dealer*. SOCIAL WORKERS Will Install Officers at Meeting at the Board of Trade This Evening. This evening in the board of trad* room* n meeting of the Social Work er* will be held for the purpose of installing the newly elected officers for the ensuing year. For the past few months the society has been rather Inactive, as other topics have been in the foreground nnd were de munrtlng the attention of the public, but the meeting this evening will be the opening for the summer month* and will no doubt be very busy. The meeting* are held in the above rooms, and this evening A. K. Sinks, secretary of the Aav>rlat»<1 rtiorltt... will deliver a short talk along char itable lines snd read a pamphlet on "Modern Charity Methods." which will be very Interesting to the mem hers and nlao to the public, who are Interested in charitable work ELMIR AUSTIN HELD TO THE GRAND JURY Yesterday afternoon Rimer Austin, wrjio for the psst few days was In the county Jail ehsrged with the theft of two suits of clothes, having stolen Maclean’s "Cascapepsin" Sure Cure for Constipation or Torpid Liver. Aad Brings PsrmasenV BsMef Vs Tn«|. gsells* Bya»spile. HssrtWnr*. lowr neaa. Oaaay Vssllag sag SUIsinns CAHt APEI’HIN TABLETS contain no opium, calomel or poisonous min eral substance, and can he safety ad ministered to the aged as well as to children, without risk or discomfort. If will sweeten your sour, gassy stomach In less than live minutes It restores the natural functions of th* bowels Your food doe* not Me Ilk* a lump of lead In your stomach, your breath la *we*tsned. heaviness |n beat! and heads* lies disappear, nan •«a and dlssiness are unknown Oo to your drugglat today and get a hot of Maclean's Cascapepsin Keep, It in th* house at all times Carry three or four tablets when you go to work. Don't feel that there is no help for fou Thousands of chronic case* have been permanently cured by this mar raloua remedy Theee Include suffer ers from sour or sick stomach. blc-| roughing snd belching, gas on atom ! »eh and bowel*, trouble for eating or' leaking too much rich food, etc . Headache caused by disordered stom ich, sleeplessness, nervousness snd| upset feeling sfter be'ng up late the! flight before Maclean's Caacapepu n sill brace up men Buffering fromj Irlnking alcoholic beverages, eyres*. ' g smoking, or an up*et stomach rrom any other eausa. Me at nil drugglat*. | —^ jjl We are showing some jjjj I distinctive Blaster novel- || || here ARE a FEW EXAMPLES: j|j 1\ Pin Coshion, egg shaped, with orna- • I | j mental sterling silver ffp j \ < counting.id H Egg-ahaped Napkin Ring Holders, |H Si including silver napkin j ”"8.«P±.#D )H i S Satin Eggs that open, disclosing ail- j i j | ver mounted salt and pep- AP }j j per shakers inside. ]| Many other dainty things appro- ill II priate for Easter giving, priced ac- >' || cording to value. • ij! j STERLING SILVER—This depart || ment has been greatly strengthened for || the approaching Spring business. Don’t jji II overlook it when buying wedding gifts. IM Get Your Papering Done Before Easter Have the house as bright and new as the sea* son—get the papers picked at once. Get Kurner’s Wall Papers If you admire handsome patterns. If you like harmonious colors. If you are a lover of the beautiful in room dec oration — See Kurner’s Papers D. C. KURNER Papering—Painting—Decorating 1518 Market SL AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN Almoat n* ISIS totixin* car la oacoUaat condition, wit* a new net of Urea, $750.00 CAPITAL CAR COMPANY Hztoont* and OkapUaa Streets. 'hem from Charles Hanson, of Kim Grove, was given s hearing by Squire Kngel anil pleaded not guilty After bearing the state's evidence Austin was unable to offer any defense and wai held for the grand Jury.. About nine witnesses wars In court for ths state. Including Charles Austin, brother of the accused man, nd Thomas Boyd, conductor on the C. A R. G.. who testified that Auatln tried to sell the clothes to him when com ing In from Rim Grove. James Birch also testified that Austin was the man who had sold hla mother a ault of clothing. Austin had no defense to offer and was held to the grand Jury. ARTICLE ON CONTEST TOUR IS COMMENDED. To the Editor of the Intelligencer. Ilf:—W» wish to congratulate Miss Anna Johnston, of Portsmouth, Vs., on thn able manner In which she described her trip on hoard the 8 8. Beotian, from Montreal, Canada, to Glasgow, Scotland We have taken the lame trip on hoard the Whits Star R 8 Megantle, September It. nil. and were very much Impressed with her letter as It recalled every Inci dent of our trip to our memory, as though It was but a day past and which I* a trip no one should miss We could add nothing lo her able let ter Very truly yours. HARRT R RORRRT8. JAMRH ARRf, #**• Rolf street Wheeling. W Va PAINTERS ARE OUT Knights ef ths Paint Brush. Vsrslls and Ladder. Pail to Shew Us Vsetseday for Worh Their demands of an additional M rent* per day not having been granted by the Master Painters' Association, the members of the local painters' union failed to show up ycaterday for worh. and aa a result all of the local ihopa were virtually closed up While all the men aru out ao strike baa hern declared and nous will he until the latter pert of the week at I euat. and It Is hoped hv that time natters will he so shaped up that ths I wo factions can get together and a 1 Hrlke he averted The painters' union 1 neeta this evening In Trades Assem ' kly hall snd It Is llksly they will have i proposition to submit to the master kalnters at their meeting to be held omnrrow evening Whatever action a taken In the matter of a strike kowever, nothing will he done until ifter tomorrow nights meeting | If ths proposition of ths unloa Is Here’s Lard That Is Sweet And Pure If you could DM how Schenk's “Gold Leaf* Lard is made, you would agree with us as to its purity. Only fresh, clean and se lected pork fats are used. They are rendered hr the open kettle process without steam, consequently “Gold Leaf” is a dry lard. When you buy a pound of it you are getting a full pound of lard, and no water in it Because of its purity and the absence of water, “Gold l-eaf" will go farther and giee better results than any other lard sold. -4* Ask Your Dealer. F. Schenk & Sons Co. HEAR YE! HEAR YE! The beat place Is this city to bars plattns of all blnda, otydltlna, lacq uering and polishing dona la at tba Wheeling Plating & Polishing Works, Serf and Allay 1A ■at. rtn« aoa-T. not favorable it l« likely the maatef painter* will tom» back with a coenter proposition and tbla will libely coq tlnne until aucb time aa a satlafa* tory aettlament la made and tb# men will return to work noth aide* take a very optlmtatlc view and little diffi culty ib arranging matters la aaUaf pafed.