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“GOLD DUST TWINS” — T Lev* Fmm at MoundsvUis Will B« a ; Masting Lang te 6« Remem bered Hara. FACTIONAL FIGHTS WILL BE BTAOEO AT THE AFFAIR. John J. Cornwall Will Boom Candi dacy of Champ Clark—McGraw I * Will Boom Wilaan. When the curtain la run* up on the I Democratic love feaat at Moundavllle j next Thursday evening, a comic opera ; farce will be staged that will make some of George Ade’s productions re semble something pathetic. Factional •- differences In the Democratic ranks will reach h climax when John J. Cornwell, representing the Watson- j Chilton machine, will launch the can didacy of Champ Clark In the teeth of j Hon. John T. McGraw, the old Roman ! of West Virginia Ikemocracv. who will [ champion the candidacy of Woodrow. Wilson Friends of the Grafton man j from the Panhandle, and they are | to be numbered by the thousands, are 1 going to the dinner “loaded for bear” | and the outlook indicates that a revo lution will break out Just before the : footlights are darkened. Ever since the Romney man stuck J the dirk in McGraw's back at Charles- 1 ton and went ort>> to the "Gold Dust j - Twins," the feeling here among the old line Democrats towards him has I been very bitter. The defeat of Me-! Oraw can be attributed to Cornwell ' more than to any other one man In West Virginia. The only difference between Cornwell and Judas, is that the latter was given a few paltry dollars, while the former was promised the support of the machine for the ' governorship. Ills betrayal of such a man as John McGraw, will not soon be forgotten Speakers’ Table. What is puzzling the promoters of the comic operetta just now Is \'w k and where they nre going to seat Mr k Graw and Cornwell. Of course they W realize that to put them side bv side ’ would result about the same way the tying of two cats’ tails together and then throwing them over a clothes line would. Two other speakers on the program who are very bitter against Cornwall have Informed tho writer that they will pay their re spects to treason In their actresses. Oh. Grace, pass the prunes! Fun? Why ’be affair will be worth going mile* lo are. Don't mtsa It. bays Recently In nn editorial Mr. Corn well. In rwterlng to an Intelligencer ed itorial regarding tits appointment by <be Watson machine to champion I'hamp Clarit a candidacy, stated that be wore no collar. Thoee In posit loo to know appreciate that Cornwell does not need n collar. He can be ridden without n bridle and will come from the pasture field at the sign of golden corn. Ignatius Brennan. One of the old line Democrats of West Virginia, a man whose character cannot be (giestloned. will deliver an address at the meeting. This old wheelhorse of Democracy Is Ignatius Brennan and he will no doubt get something off his mind down there In the city of moundbuilders that will make the Watson-Cbllton machine shiver. Mr. Brennan la a great ad mlrer of John T. McGraw and the wound Inflicted by Cornwell and the machine at Charleston last winter whr-n McGraw was crucified has not healed. His bitterness towards the "Gold Dust" brigade will result In one of the hottest political tnlks that has been made in this section for some time. Nor will Mr. Brennan be alone. Ohio and Marshall county Democrats are practically united for John T Me (•raw. and when the poet gets wound up he will be given an ovation that will make the old hall ring. The Democrats in these two counties have come to the conclusion that it will mean suicide to the party to re-elect Watson, so at Moundsvllle they will start the ball rolling against him. Not to Attend. Of course Watson and Chilton will be absent Cornwell will alone be compelled to sit at the speaker's tab'e and take the gaff Chilton has written the committee that he may be able to attend He states he has some pressing business affairs to at tend to. Oh. yes! Again yesterday there was a large gathering of prominent Republicans at the Taft headquarters in the Sehmulbacb building. Tart senti ment in West Virginia Is growing i Fteadily and the supporters of the i president are increasing the Taft ma jority In the state each day. The rea later at the Taft headquarters is rap idly filling with nameg of Ohio county Republican voters -PLANNING REVIVALS 7 IN THIS VICINITY TABERNACLE BEING CONSTRUCT ED IN WARWOOD. Banda of Men Will Be Sent Out Next Week—Services Being Held In Lecal Churches. After the Easter services in the local churches meetings will be held by those Interested In the Sunday cam paign for the purpose of organizing t| hands of missionaries to hold revivals thrcaighout the Wheeling district. This work will he carried on a large scale and It Is cxpectad^that hundreds, and hundreds' of converts will be made Already one band la conducting reviv als In this section It Is composed of Attorney W. P. Robinson, '‘Sailor" Monroe and others. This noon a minister from Youngs town, who has charge of the religious work In the Youngstown Y. M. C. A., will deliver an adress at the Personal Workers' meeting scheduled for the Y. M. C. A. He will Instruct the mem bers of the league the methods for or ganizing bands to conduct these meet ings throughout the country. The speaker has followed Mr. Sunday for the past several years, giving instruc tions for the carrying on of the revival work. At Warwood yesterday work was waited on a mammoth tabernacle In which a series of revivals will be con ducted by the Warwood Methodist i church The building is being on atiaietcd by volunteer carpenters The revivals will b» conducted by the pas tor. assisted by ministers from the Wheeling district. Practically every church In Wheel ing that took part In the Sunday cam palgn will map out a series of revivals next week following the Easier ser vires When the new converts will he admitted to membership Rev. McNnmar. a circuit rider of B In four churches Ihrotietif.iii m-.pkK&ii Bounty. I.«»I availing 'Tnrla Jimmla John *r>n dallvorad » vary tnt«r»aiing ad Bro** at tha Fourth 8traot \| u. Bh’irrh Ha will alao *paak at Fourth •traat thla avanlng. giving Inatnirtinna •o tha naw <*onv«*rt«. Although naarly throw aeorw and ton. Mr. Johnaon ia a aory forrlblw tnlkor and la proving A groat favorlta In thla ally. Tha vataran minlatar will apaak to IIItTTrR UTR f th«n nrtr.R Aak for tha opanlag rhup'or*. I Traa, of tha aitraordlnary advan'iira atory, “The Lost World” —by— CONAN DOYI.I’ l Tha Brat loa*almant of thla •hrllltng noval appaar*d Bur.day, Marrt» 24, In Smdtj Mafizme tf TW Pittsfcnrfii Pb*I Tha aaroed tnatalmant appaarad laat H mdar You ran gat from your n«*< Oaal»r, or nt I ho of Bra of Tha Poa- a raprlnl of thaaa two flr«t laatalman’a. and than contiona tha ntory natt Hooday In _ TB* rrTTARt Rf.H 8tTf>AV rOAT. nr4o» »ti *„•<•■■■ foil ••gar / / I the children Sunday afternoon on the Htble, at the Memorial chapel on Eighteenth street. | Thl* week special service* are be ! ing held at the United Presbyterian church on Ohapline street Rev. J f! . Hill, of Martins Ferry, had charge o( I the services last evening and delivered a very Interesting sermon. The con gi vgatlon was composed largely of the | Sunday converts Again last evening special services were held at the Thomson M. E chsirch on the Island Alfred Shell 1 rick, of London. England, delivered a ' very Impressive and instructive ser ) tnon to the new converts. He con i ducted a great revival in Wale* some time ago Special services will be hwld In this church throughout th | week. j Special services held last evening ,at the First Haptlst church were ; Isrgely attended. Several converts were admitted to membership - I The business women a meeting held i [yesterday noon at the y W r \ B„„ largely attended Mr* II. L Rond had charge of the meeting yesterday, but hereafter M:e* Jennie Thompson, of Dayton, O. will conduct the meetings Fjtch Thursday ti»on will h- I served to the glrlswhtle they are In1 session These meetings will be held from 12 3o to I o'clock. ) Evangelistic service* are being held In the Shadyside M E. church each evening and will continue Indefinitely The converts of the Sunday meetings are especially requested to attend The meeting* are In charge of the pastor fl< v. H. L. Ward. Since his having become con.erted Sailor Monroe, the onetime pugilist. '* *«*en in by the prominent business H nil t**rafinn1 a._ ma»|a aimfodijin of tha tabornad* dur lug tha f*inday arhool rontantlnn Monro* la a raformad man and i« now on hla boat hahavlor and la bning taknn ram of by aoma of tha promln ant man of tha rltr. Tha honor ron , *art la now dallverlnr abort talka to tha pnopla of tha dlffamnt rhnrrha* and folia of hla rngmfabla axp*r1anr»a In tha ring and alnm hla rnnmralon at i th* taharnada during tha rlrlrala Thla aftamoon In tha auditorium of tha Young Mon a f’hrlatlan aaaorlat on tha paraonal workara laagu* will hold Ihalr ragular maatin* from 12 .10 to I I o'clock and lha uaual targa a'tand anra |* ax par tad with a number of now Imamhara haing praaant Mr .1 V. I I l.rnrh, aaaratary of tha aaaorlation. j ! haa aarumd tha praa*nra of W ft IVan fjordar. of Youngatown. Ohio, who la gmatly Intamatad In tha rallgloua work and la aarmtar- of tha l-araonal Workara’ laagua of tha Y M r A of that plara Wrr Sunday rlallad Yotmgatown 1 • during tha montba of January and j February of i»|o and tiring that tlma I'ha paraonal workara |a*g»ia waa tnm imtarlly fr rrnrd and ’.Btar parmanantly (organized on tha praaant Paata and at i 'fto praaant tlma tha laagua |a doing I" rmat work In that dty among thoaa who warn converted and alao tha paopla who did not taka th* at a rid , Mr Vnn florder la mom nparlanrad 1 In thla work than probably any othnr , onr man In any town In whlrh Mr j Sunday hrtd revival* and It la tha |n tanfIrm nf tha V M f \ rMnr 'rtli'fi >to gl a lb* p*op!*» (,f thi» cl'/ lb« -Pa V~ G« fc« If Vow Got h .ha. combines first- ■ fi f#j I j AVtiy illt/gltffl “T"*?, class workmanship and » M M9MMM* W^WM f7##»/!» I J» ™* ,.1?1' '> a price that makes Mm I W W^(WKm M^^^B ?JS y *5 ,n inch Miiii|HhkBMifl ST.han Ready for Easter With Styles Worth While sh„r^:"an^^ a# a^a^asas? Ceml4r o"r pnceesVareU m°oderi5,eS,0re '° “ Wh° ** ““ *™*»~**V «* «F«s*s both pood taste and indivEtj-anjZ»% White Serge Dresses Our entire stock of White Serge Dresses, ranging in price from St2.98 to S20.00. These Dresses consist of some of the very best makes of New York and over twenty styles to select from. They have the style and snap. White Serges are all the rage in the East, and one of these Dresses will come in handy for vour summer vacation. Don’t wait; m a get one now at our low £)|| price for choice. A Dress from White’s Bazaar has snap and style. Easter Suit In Whipcords, Tans, Serges, Navys, Alice and pretty shades of gray; also mix- » , g\gw tures and White Serges trim- I Iff med with Madaza lace collars... ' VII Ladies9 SerjJe Dresses . Fifty Ladies’ Serge Dresses in navy, tan, Alice, black, grays, not a dress in the lot worth less than S>JO; trimmed with /v/\ lace collars and plain high llll girdle effects.yw«Vv Ladies9 Raincoats Ladies’ Rain Coats in Bombazine Cloth, rubberized, in tans, regular S7.oo value. Spe cial. Special Easter Sale Ladies* Long Coats -- Our entire stock of Ladies’ Long Coats in navy, tan, white serges and mixtures, with sailor collar and large round collars; also the ^ plain tailored notch, in all sizes, including I ' stouts. Not a coat in the entire stock worth I 4 less than $15.00 and up [ t to $20.00. Your jj choice. j I c1 " - & Ladies Silk Dresses 3 In changeable Taffeta, Foulards, Messalines, ’ 5J plain and striped with poplin effects and with f out; over thirty styles to select, ba . regular value $15 to $20. \tl *%fll Your choice. Tailored Skirts Ladies’ Tailored Skirts, but ton on side, in serges and mix tures, regular 85.00 value. Confirmation Dresses Children’s Confirmation Dresses, hand- | somely made with laces and embroidery, from 4 to 14 ages, from 98c to. Millinery Our line of ready-trimmed Hats are values shown nowhere. Our special ready-to-wear * Hats at S8c are wonders. Ask to see our spe cial S4.98 Trimmed Hats. You get none bet ter at S 10.00. SPECIALS FOR EASTER WEEK ouu i.auics w aisis in lingerie ana li.ien Bedford cords, in high and low necks, sailor collars and plain, also m?nnish waists with soft collars and cuffs, all new Spring Waists, QQ r?gular $1.50 value. trOC $1.50 Ladies' Hair Switch, in extra fin* hair, in any shade to 70 match the hair. Special. I vC 50c Pure Silk Hose in Black rtr tin and white. Special v Children s colored Dresses, in per ca'es. linen and ginghams, new Spring styles, well made and trimmed, collars and cuffs, low necks and high, regular S' *0 values, ages 4 to 14. AO Special.JOt 50c Infant Nainsook Dresses in short or long, trimmed with embroid- Of? er. and plain Special. fat)C ?5c Ladies' ribbed Pants with "I fT 4 6 inch lace bottom. Special .. IOC and $4 Silk Mcssaline Waists in pltin and striped and fancies, also man nish. with soft separate collar and cuffs, Material could not be bought for this low price. *1 IQ Special . (tj? 1 «Ttt/ Ladies' Chamoizette long Gloves, regular 75c value. QQ Special. 15c Ladies’ Vests in gauze. >7 Special. • C S1.25 Umbrellas with good silk gloria covers. Mission handles, plain 70 ard fancy. Special. I vC 15c Children's fine ribbed Stock- 7 ings, in sizes 5 to 9>/2. Special... 4 C $1.25 Ladies' Combination Suits, made of all-over embroidery. Special. I Our line of Children's Spring Coats. II • n quite a variety to select i| f-om, ages 2 to 14. at. benefit of Mr Van Gorder's experience Min Meeting* to Resume. The men's mass meetings which were discontinued at the Young Men’s t'brlstlan Association when Kev W A Sunday began his revivals at the tabernacle, will be taken up again on Sunday afternoon Th» meeting will h« heid In the Second Presbyterian church owing to the auditorium of the association building not being large enough to accommodate th* crowd that will probably attend the meeting There will be no special address ■ given, but the recent converts wtll be called upon lo give their testimonials Minister* will also give abort talks These meetings will he carried on as before In the different churches and In the association building OFFICI NSPECT Representative* of th* Baltimore A Ohio railroad met with Ihr iWu.rd of Com mlae loner* veaterdar mornlri* nn>l went info the matter of •utahllahln* the pr »p# r honitflury line of the com • patty** rtrht of way alnn* that atret«*h l»Mween the » ;*•» end r.f the V'enlnrula tunnel nrii t'oal Cut The »ommla ■ inpera feel thf.t th# cotn|iat»t' la m*W In* tta Pit at thla f»o1nt ha* encr#*** herf on the county line Th«* offt# laia to. *ether with the 'omjmnv er^lneer. rommlaelnnera and county rn*lnr*r* af.rnt the afternoon *otn* over the * round and eat atittahln* the line. A permit waa *r*nf«'d to th# flee# b , Glen f»nd Company to place IL aewer beneath th# National Pike to connect with the aewef mi either aide of the r<*ad. A number of Mil* that were laid oyer to aaeertaln what thev were for were taken up at the m^min* *e**lon >.nd dtapoaed of. LAST MALE MEMBER OF DALY FAMILY DEAD BOHTON. April 4 Captain Wit- \ Ham Dal?, th# laat mal# member of ♦be theatrical family of that name, died today at hip home In Revere ♦'uptpln "mtr waa npe of four broth*ra a ho with three alafera. were on the pf**c at th# aam# Mme. a record asid to be unequalled. DECISION or WOMAN JUDGE CARRIED HIGHER DENVER. Colo. April « —The Aral declaion of a woman judge was brought before the aupreme court of Colorado today for review Mra. I. It. Tague. county Judge of Kagle county, fined the Muller Mercantile company 1200 and coafa for aelllng liquor In dry territory The company appealed. PIMPLES AND BLACK HEADS DISAPPEAR WHEN ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP ARE USED For 2f>c you can teat the healing and Hennaing poaera of ZEMO and ZEMO ROAP \\> offer a trial treatment con alatlng of a generoua alre bottle of ZEMO a trial cake of ZEMO ROAP and a 32 page booklet. How lo Preaerve the HKIV all for 2,'*c Thia offer I* made to Introduce ZEMO Into every home In thia community We are con* fldont that after you have once uaed ZEMO and ZEMO ROAP you. like all othera who have teated thia treatment, will Ray that ZEMO and ZEMO ROAP are without doubt the beat treatment for prompt relief and attreat cure of all forma of akin and acalp dlacaaea lllotche». plmplea. skin Hpnt«. In fa<». all facial blemlahea on Infanta or mdulta dlaappenr aa If br magic when theae clean, effective remedtea are uaed We want you to teat the trial treatment of ZEMO at 2.%e-we know you’ll thank ua many tlmea for thia advice Chae n Ooet/e A fa, Wheeling. W Va . Retby A Heed. Prldgeport and Martina Ferrv, O , Hankworth Hroa' Pharmacy, Mellalre o ; n <t flatea. Men wood W’. Va . W’eirlch I’m a Co Weiiabura. W’ Va . llarr' I,. Mvera. Mi M»rVn. W Va , VM|| 1'ralwtlv, Monndat llle, W Va. NEW JOINT HARMONY COMMITTEE FORMED RULES OF NEW ORGANIZATION ADOPTED LAST NIGHT. Now Ready to Recalv* Communica tion* Through Ita Secretary, John H. Rennard. The new Joint harmony rommliee, herald of Industrial peace In Greater , Wheeling, held lls second meeting at the hoard of trade assembly rooms last evening and effected a perma nent organisation. The following offl cere were elected: President Will II Tolvlg First Vice President—C. L Gat lasher. Hernnd Vice President—James W Kw ing. Secre'ary—John M. Rennard The officers «ere so chosen as to provide for one representative from each of the large civic bodies on the official staff While general matters relating In , the aims and objects of the committee ’ w«»ee discussed freely snd frankly hy all. no official action was taken with , reaper * to any Industrial disputes now •elating The secretary was Instructed to notify the hoard of trade. Ohio Val j ley Tradea assemble. Rustnes* Men's association and Municipal Improve ment league that the Joint harmony committee ta now permanently organ Ired and read* fur work The committee la also ready to re i reive communications, through Ita sec rotary from any parties or corpora Ilona that have been unable fo a<lInst ' their differences. It la not the pur pose of the committee to act as an ar bitration hoard, but in use Its Influence i to Induce the contending parties to submit their differences to special ar bitration hoards to be selected for , each case by the parties In contro | ' eray. The operial committee on rules, or ganization. etc., reported having for mulated the following rules, which i were unanimously adopted: t Name of organisation. " The Joint Harmony Committee " ! 2. The committee ahall be com posed of flv# representatives of each of the following organisations: Wheel ; board of trade, Ohio Valley Trades and Laibor assembly. Rualnes* Met, * association and Municipal Im provement league 2. The alma and objects of the cnm ; mlttce are to promote Industrial peace and dvie progress * A quorum shall consist of three committee representatives of each or ganisation. *'• The egpcnaea of the commutes are to he borne equally by the four organizations represented. * All expenses Incurred by the com mltee In arbitrating disputes are to be home by the parties to the contro versy, * - Communications, to be brought j properly before the committee, mn«l be presented In writing lo the sec re I tary. * In case* of dispute* this commit I '**« »b*ll uee it* Influence to bring th* contending parlies together without delay to arbitrate their differences j *a!4 ronton4*?!* pttr**es »o seteet th«tr I own arbitrators. *■ The officers ahall eonalat of a 1 president, two vice president* and a ■•CTetgry. each separate organization I »* he repreaented on the olffrlal staff III. The nomination and election of offlrer* aha'I he rondneted by the | committee of the whole 11. Member* of this committee financially Interested In matter* being considered will he excused from com menting or voting on same. 12. Meetings of the committee will be called by the preslden* as maftera for consideration orlee. and a general meeting may be called by three or more committee representatives of any one organization. The four organizations were repre sented last night as follows: Board of Trade George J. Math! son. John If. Rennard. Charles A. Bow ers, Richard Robinson. Ohio Valley Trades and Labor As sembly—C. I* Gallagher. H J. Ninnes. Charles D. Ryan. 8 J Cuddihy, G. H. Huggins Htialness Men's Association—TV If. Colvlg. David Kraus. John Coleman. H W. Gee Municipal Improvement League—A. W. Pauli, J. R Brenncn. Joseph R. Naylor. J. W. Kwing TRAVIS CLUB Will Meet tor Organ! ration on Monday ■vnnlng—Treliminnry Step* Taken. At the m-et'og of the Trnvle rlub t# he held pent Monitor evening nl the home of Kerry Travl*. No a# Fifteenth street, a permanent organisation will he formed Frellm'nary etepn have already been taken toward forming thl# organ isation. and it now numbers aho ^ thirty members being prtnrtpally young men shout the etfy They are organising for thn p-irpoe# of aeetetlng In the revtvate being hold In the rhurrhee of thla city, and last evening eighteen of the members ns* meted Rev J W Johnson render! n meeting in the Purklr. Vt ■ r' urrh »t Kdgwood Th'e evening thev will have • t.arae at a meeting In the North ntreef M F„ ehurrh EASTER MUSIC Person* In charge of the Kastnr music programs are kindly requested to prepare extra copies for publlcattaB 0 In the Intelllcenrer.