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§§K Will advance you as much as you need ao you can get your Indebts 1- JB S neas cenirallie.1 and have only the one place to par If you own EH Bp household |o»:>, pianos or other personal property, we can make you 'Mm iSf a loan Vc can pay ua back In a mall weekly or monthly payments. BK ffl Will allow you any time from one month to one yeer. and It mm M you pev before will allow you a liberal rebate. We will give you SB ijg} the full amount asked for In cash, ard In case of sickness or mis- F-i ■h fortune grant extension of time without extra cost If you hats a «! ,3*; loan with some other company and find the payments too largs or BE'. BB want mo-e money. It will pay you to see us. as we can guarantee am ^B to give you lower ratse. with lonrer time and smaller payments. ■ M Rvsrythlng confidential. Loans made In Wheeling. Bridgeport. Mar ■ tins Ferry. Belialr« and al> surrounding towns. fB aOe sack weak pays back a MS-OO loan la 60 weak*. B I IMS sack wsak pays bark a SSOjOO loss la SO weaks. ■ m Other amounts In same proportion. ■ H If you need money and cannot call, fill out the following blaak H B mall It to ua and our agent will call. No loans, no charge. ■ I Warns . B M > SSrua.a... B 9 City or Town. H B Amount Wasted.... ffl 9 Call us ap. Watlonal phone 1701-T. BeU 17S7-B. SOCIETY Espanlta Dance. The Espanita club will dance at Wheeling park on next Moatiy even ing. and all members are Invited to attend. Meiater's orchestra will fur nish the music. Easter Dance. The Cotillion club is making great preparation Tor its Easter dance, which will be given at the Carroll club auditorium on Monday evening, April 8th. The nail will be beautifully decorated In Easter colors. This will be the finest ever given by the mem bers of the club, ns a good program has been arranged by Prof. Becker. Music will be furnished by the Elks' full orchestra of eight pieces. Saxa phone solos will be rendered by Prof. Dean. Brand Ball. The members of the Socialist base ball team Will hol l n grand ball at their new hall in Greggsvllle. on next Tuesday1 evening. April ttth. The hall will be decorated for the occasion. . and music will be furnished by Miss llabig. of Bellaire. assisted by traps. Special conveyances will be furnished to transport the members and ’heir friends to and from the cars at Woods dale. Entertained Friends. An enjoyable evening was spent last night by the voters of Fulton and their friends, when a general good time was tendered them by the mayor and counctlmen of that town Music was a feature of the evening, and a great feast was served at a season able hour. "In Old Virginia." On Tuesday and Wednesday even ings. April lfith and 17th. the playlet. "In Old Virginia." will be held In the !**■«■■*-33--j-..as. .: —m_ xic auditorium of the German-Columbia club ou South Market street. The play Is under the auspices of llranch No. 30, Knights of St. George, and the cast of characters is composed of all members of the organization The play is a drama in four acts and af fords an exact reproduction of the situation in Virginia during 1861-65. M. F. Scheeser is directing the cast. The proceeds will be donated to the St. Alphonsus home on the South Side, and Judging from the advance sale ol tickets, the play will be largely at tended. Nurses' Market. The nurses of the City hospital will have a market at the George E. Stifel store on Saturday afternoon and will have a line line of pastries and candies | on display. Mt. De Chantal Study Club. A meeting of the Mt. de Chantal i Study club will be held on Monday afternoou April 15, in the home ol Miss Clara Wingerter. the meeting ol the week being postponed. A literary program will be rendered. Entertain With Dance. ; l«nuis Martiieb will entertainT at tbs 'Oaks on Tuesday evening with a dance. The hall will be decorated in Easter colors, and the program will be rendered by I’rof. KUltueyer. Woman's Club. The literary department of tbr ' Woman's club will meet In the board of trade rooms on Saturday afternoon and a tine program will be rendered , Tho principal paper of the afternoon will be read by Miss Katherine Mathl son and will be entitled "The Principal I Cities of Japan.” Following the read - ing of the paper the meeting will be 10|>en for a general discussion by thf I members. Euchre Party. ( A progressive euchre party will h* 1 given on Wednesday evening, Apri’ 110th, by the 8t. Mary's church, of TrU ‘ dclph'.a. at Craft's hall. Some valua ble prizes w® te awarded the sue 1 cessful payers, and an Interesting . evening •* anticipated. Refreshments will be served by a committee of ladle*. The proceeds will go towarjl a building fund for a new church. Euchre and Dance. The Jr. O. r. A. M will give a euchre and dance at the Arlon hall April 11 from it to 11 o’clock. Prof. Nolte will furnish the music. I _ Benjamin Reanard. of Newcomers town. O.. is spending a few days In | the city as the guest of relatives. ! F U Allvater. of New York, arrived I here yesterday for a brief business I trip. | John R. Bennett, of Fairmont, ar rived last evening and will spend a few days here looking after business | matters. J. R. Young, of Charleston, is1 ' among the business callers here for j I a few days. Hermann Brennar. of Sclo, O., Is j spending several days In this vicinity j 1 looking after business tnterests. He J expects to drill a test well for oil up Big Wheeling creek within a few i weeks. ; C. C. F.dgar. of Buffalo. N. Y.. ar I rived yesterday for a brief business 1 visit. John C. Quimby, who Is attending the Ohio State university. Is spending - the Raster vacation at his home in _ this city. W. H. I-asch. of Fairmont, is a local business caller for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Smith, of New York city, spent a short time in this city yesterday, visiting friends. A. G. Hall, representing the Town Development Magazine, of Chicago, arrived yesterday for a short visit with friends in this city. Among the West Y’irssinian* spend ing a few days here on business is ; Y\r. C. Band, of Charleston. Carl D. Mead, of Flushing. O.. Is j on a brief visit with friends in this city. F. W. Fuller, of Corning, N. Y.. Is ; looking after business matters in this vlcln'ty. F( lies Simpson, who is attending Y'ale ullege, has returned to his homo FRECKLES IW«w Drug T*at Quickly Kcmovea These Hernia:y Spots. There'** no longer the slightest nee«1 of feeling ashamed of your freckle*, as a | new drug. othlne—double strength hu* been discovered that positively removes these h**mely spots. Simply get one ounre of othlne— double strength from K If ltau and apply a little of It at night and in the morning you will see that even the worst freckles have begun to disappear, waile the lighter ones have vanished entirely. It Is seldom that more thi.n an ounce Is needed to completely cle »r the skin and gain a beautiful clear corn* pie x ion. | He sure to ask for the double strength j othlne. as this is sold under guarantee of money back If It fails to remove j freckles. ✓ ELPERN BROS., SPECIAUST !N GOOD CLOTHES AND NOTHING ELSE LADIES’ SEE ELPERN’S EASTER SUIT SHOW Buy that New Spring Outfit at the one Store that handles Women's and Misses' Clothes exclusively. We carefully studied the taste and requirements of Wheeling Women, always aim ing to sui: their individual preferences. We take this occasion to thank all our friends and the public generally for the patronage that has made this Store such a wonderful success. New Spring Suits, Coats, Dresses Await Your Inspection This Easter Week — Hundreds of Different Color Weaves and Models. 1 Fine Hand Tailored Suits $17.50 These are wonderful examples of the better value-giving that has made this store famous. All the richest fabrics in the new grey, tans, Mues and mixture effects. Ask especially to see these classy and dis tinctive garments Then you know why business is always lively at F.l ! pern's. Easter Coats Ten dollars for an excellent Serge Coat, in all colors, including navy. Drown, tan Copenhagen and black. #emi-fltting models with notch or shawl collars; also coats of fancy mixtures, sires for women and misses, worth $H SO. t O tpecial. THE ELPERN’S “$25” This is the Suit that has such a record run this season. Odd-sized women all can be fitted in the "F.l pern’s Twenty-five.” Critical dressers who want real "go” and "snap” are especially invited to see this particu lar line at "Twenty-five.” Other Suits at 9l2.Dr», 915 and up to 9Tl0.r»f) for the finest Import ed Fabrics. Such Beautiful Dresses A $15 Serge Dress at $10. Just the sort of dress to wear now with out a coat. This dress is made of a special quality serge; V-neck edged with lace, smart two-piece skirt and v elbow sleeves; $15 values; |ti|A ' special at.»P 1 tl Special Easter Millinery Display to Offers you choice of a collection of genuinely artistic Millinery. 9.1.06, 95.00, 97.50 and 910 has tone and style, and is a decided credit to the establishment, and will prove a source j of serene satisfaction to everv woman who buys See Ihe Reatrtifol flowered flats at 9H.50. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. J7I OITD f J DDAC Sacrrasors In Barker's Cloak Hot*, LLI LI\1N DI\Uj. 1106 MAIN STREET X- - - - * ~ ■■ r I A lower Belmont. Hu the notch which makes It ait right. 2 for 25c i In Elm Grove to spend the Easter vacation. C. H. Culbertson, of Huntington, la In tbla city, calling on bualnesa ac quaintances. W. A. Vance, of Clarksburg, spent yesterday in Wheeling, attending the meeting of the legislative committee ' of the State Business Men's Assocla- 1 tlon. N. B. Olenner, of Fairmont. Is listed among the business callers in this city for a few days. Harry Freedman, of Cleveland, ar rived here yesterday for a short visit. Rev. W. T. Allen, former pastor of the Stone church, but now located at New Cumberland. W. Va.. will arrive here to-day for a short visit in this vicinity. C. M. Martin, of Parkersburg, spent yesterday here In the interest of th« State Business Men's Association. M. A. Kendall, of Pittsburgh. Is In Wheeling for a few days' visit with friends. E. C. Jones, of Fairmont, has re turned after spending yesterday in this city on business. Mrs. James Paxton and Miss Pansy Paxton have Just returned to Uplands, from Santa Barbara, Cal., after four months in that delightful climate. A. F. Allmeyer, of this city, is spending a few days in Marietta, at tending to business. H. E. Glthcns, of this city, has Just returned from Washington, Pa., where he visited the Washington 4c Jefferson college. Mrs. J. O. Lowery, of this city, left today for Akron. O.. where she will KDl'nil n HbVM with rnlntleoa Mr. Frank McKinley, of Columbus, ' O., 1.1 In the city, calling on business I on the South Side. Miss Marie Kells, of Steubenville, returned to her home yesterday, after spending a few days visiting in Wheeling. Kobert M. Jack, associated with the Cleveland public llbarles, was a caller in \\ heeling, and left late last evening for New York City, before returning borne. William Boyd has resumed his duties with the Wheeling Traction company, after spending several days in Pittsburgh, on business. John Sonderman is spending sev eral days with friends on the South Side, before returning to bis studies at the Bethany college. William Miller, of 37 Noble street, is calling on rrlends In Cinctnnati. O.. for a few uays. Henry D. Harris, of Claysvllle, was a visitor in the city yesterday. K. A. Barnes, of Cadiz, O., was in the city on business yesterday. H. Putnam, manager of the Sla tersville Leader, was a visitor In the city yesterday enroute to Pittsburgh. I I — A meeting of the creditors or Muhn Brothers bankrupts, will be held this morn ng at 10 o'clock, before Referee Henry A. Nolle. In his office at rooms Nos. 312-317 Sehmnlbach building. The meeting will be held 1 for the purpose of establishing the j priority of claims anil declar ng a I dividend if possible The report of j the trustee will be made. In addition to other business. — A declaration of intention of be- I coming an American citizen was Hied before Clerk C.eorge K. Itoyd in the T'nlted States district court yesterday, by Mavar Brnjas, aged 24 years, and a native of Austria He Is a mill worker bv occupation and now resides at 324 Marshall street, llenwood - l ast evening about « o’clock the fire department was called to ox rtuc'iish a fire in the Burns ft Church i nirn v.ng practically no damage, hut a great deal of excite ment. as a five gallon can of gasoline wa* silting near a radiator In the of flee and It exploded, causing a hlg blaxe at first but was easily extin guished with the aid of the new extin guisher. — In the auditorium of the Carroll Club Frank IVjhn. of Columbia I’nl versity. will lecture In behalf of the Socialist party on the "Abolition of 1 W age Slavery." The lecture will start j promptly at » o'clock and will no doubt : he largely attended. Mr llohn la a j prominent lecturer on the S->e|aiist I platform and the local Socialists are fortunate in securing his services. I Fd Naumann lias taken the post tlon of foreman and estimator with the flee F’eetrlc company, succeeding Frank F Itolan who will engage In hla occupation as an electrician Merchants of fhe city report Fas ter sales very good t>irtng the past we«k and everything polnta to the usual showy parade on Faster Sunday. I the weather permitting. William Cheater, a former real 1 dent of Wheeling and an employe of the Pennsylvania railroad in this city,1 Who left here about a year ago and took up aviation and who was a part 1 ner of Aviator Rodgers on the arrows I the continent flight, la thought to have bo>-n on the gt winds when he ^as 1 killed Wednesday. fitters received bv friends a short time ego stated that ; Cluster was still with Rodgers At present no recruits are being i enlisted Into service In the Cnlted ' State* army as Sergeant fins Williams ! has received a notice from the Ad Infant fleneral's office ordering him to suspend enlisting men until further orders, as enough troops hare been scoured for the present time flow ever the nano ■ and addresses of ap plicants are being taken and they »||| j he notified when the war department I resumes recruiting. . OUT-THK-PIKB Xlltt. At the family residence on Main street ?’!’ throve, yesterday morning, at 5 J* »clock, occurred the death of Katherya e^ekT'llTi'^ ’ /••r *? da>*s A*ttr a two J**** lllnew* of mftfltf wad pneumonia. -*rt»es will berhold at I thl* afternoon from the family rsaldsAC*. Interment will be made at church cemetery. Rev. W. E. form*r P**tor of the Stone church will have charge of the service*. Peace Memorial get ilm* .. .Vrv!?** w111 be held this St wife 5,* 1th* »Y*nc* Memorial church it W oodsdale. All of the members wlah "* ‘V ™n!' ,nto Ihe church and who turned their name* In at the Sunday sertVif*«“irn !“v!t*d *° ^ Present. The servlies will be In charge of Rev. J. M. Potter, pastor of the church. *sw Restaurant to Open. A new restaurant will be opened on by L?ul* Baseoe w ho pur STi. the equipment of Thompson A McCombs, the first of the week, has re *h« nxlurea and ha* them now nslslled in his confectionery near the l*. AO. depot. fint Ball Oame of Reason. T"oe first ball game of the season was pulled off yesterday afternoon on the W oodlawn diamond, when the Edge wood school teum anil the Woodlawn Scrubs crossed bats. The Kdgewuod s< hool was victorious, the score being 7 to 1. The K*ni,r was featured by the alar playing of Jackson, Oreen, Beans and Bhuhert. Lodge Meeting. ... V.. Morgan Chaplin, camp. Royal Neighbors of America, held a Well at tended and very Interesting meeting last evening in the Knights of BytIdas hall, on Main street Students Leave for Moms. A large number of the students from tho Mount de Chants! academy left yesterday to spend the Easter holidays at their homes Tho girls that live farthest away left yesterday- and tho others will leave to-day and will re turn the end of next week. Rumbar of Teachers ar* Taking Ex amination. A large number of teachers are tak ing the uniform teachers' examination held at the West Liberty Normal school, and more are expected to at tend to-day. Superintendent of Ohio County Schools J. H. Laxeur Is also present at tho meeting. Bald Meeting. A special meeting of the chorus of the senior Christian Endeavor society of the Stone churchwax held at th# home of Miss Anna OrandatafT In Pat terson. A full turnout of all the mem bers muds the meeting a very Interest ing one. Personals and Briefs. Albert Carle, student at the Washing ton and Jefferson College, at Washlng ton. will arrive home to-dny to spend the Luster holidays with his parents at I*e&therwood. Mr*. Lnvl^ht Warner returned venter day to her home at l^athpriuuiH ufar epenaing several weeks the guests of relatives at Columbia. South Carolina. C. i Smith, the Wheeling surveyor.was surveying lluougn the town of Kim ruve yesterdsy, g.ttinc the correct line the stre.tB. tile property owners along the pike will receive copies as so-*n as they ate completed, showing them the line they will be compelled to Clove b:*» k to. Ida Woodruff and Ada Caldwell, of Elm rove, are In West Liberty taking the teachers examination. being held there. Several old apple trees In the Ifervey property are being c-ut down and are being removed to muke room for build ing purposes. Italpli Turner, of Taylorstown. Is spending *• veral days the guest of friends in Eltn Grove. The Pestingcr summer garden In be ing renovated, and being put In shape for the coming summer Several of the old traea are also being removed. Fred llammel. who has been spending the past week with relatives ut leather wood. left yesterday for his home In Kaltlmore. t\|j. While in the ret of cutting a large bran- h off u tree at his borne at Park \ lew yesterday, a w ell known resident sat on the wrong side of the saw with ih** result that he fell to the ground with the branch, receiving a severely cut hand by coming In contact with the saw. Miss lluth Mason returned to (»er home at I*eat her wood from Maryland, where she Is attending school, to spend the Faster holidays with her parrnta. J. It Straub has been removed from the North Wheeling hospital to his home at Greggavllle, aft* r undergoing an oper ation several weeks ago. Mrs James Miller, of Wnodsdnle. left vesterday for Cleveland. O. where she will spend Easter with friends and rela tives. Miss lK>retha Whltam returned to her home at la*th* rwood yesterday from the Mount I >e 4’hsntal Academy, where she Is a student, to spend the Easter holiday*- with her parents. John Gilt. h. of the out the pike dis irbt spent yesterday In Wheeling on Miss Ethel Frazer of Greggsville. wiil leave for points In Ohio to day. to visit friends and relatives for a few weeks. N P. Whitaker Is confined to his home In Kenwood Echo Point, suffering from a slight lilness. Mrs F. It. Williams will leave to-day for Kansas to spend a short time visit ing friends. I no|* Marti:* b w j.s a business caller In Elm Grove and the out the pike dis trict yesterday. and returned to his home on Chat pel hill last evening Mrs Ge**rce I,*|«’her. of l^raiherwood. Is visiting friends in the eastern part of the state. A veil attended praise service was neiii Thursday evrn'ng In the Hucklev M E. church nt Edgwood. and It was hoth Intereetlne and !mprr*wlve in ad dition to several memobere of the enn «re«sl|on. the memler* of the Traits club were present snd took an active part In the procram. Special services will he conducted thle evonlns at ':*<* o'clock In the F'r«t M E church of Elm tlrove The pas tor. Rev J \V Johnson will hsve ■ hnr»c Everyone I* rordlally Invited to sttend. Rev. J W Johnson, pastor of the Ruckley M E church at Kdffwood. an nounces thst a special praise service will he held In thst church on Easter morning at 7 o'clock Farewell Committee. In the report of tho departure of the Rev w. A. h -nulay, a slight error was mmli as to iho names ol the per sons who aecoimrtnle.l the evangelist to llenwood. The local party wua composed of the foil wing persons J. N Vance, Rev st K. Arbulhnot. J. r. I.vneh R. ft Say. w. H M.txner, R. P. Parker. O. R f\ Allen. Reva ttllvr. I.lttoll, Rolilnson, Hammond, l.lcnborgcr. Fook, Klt*er. T»yslnger. I*av, Pritchard. Mias White, Kiev la,’ and others. Thho ear whs In '.be per sepal • harge of T. C. Hurke. Oenoral Traveling ps*arnger Agent, cvfc. went i.s far as ' oinn.ojs MIKE SKADO DIES OF KNIFE WOUNDS ELM GROVE STARRING TERMIN ATES IN MURDER. Assailant Still at Larga, and There la no Clue to His Where abouts. After having between llfn and death for the past three day* at Ihn county ■ --— --- Millinery A large and comprehensive line to select from, embracing the newest novelties of the season. Bargains in every department. BUY AT WHOLESALE SAVE ONE-THIRD ===== — Abercrombie Bros. 1225-27 MAIN ST When It Is All Over! What is your decision? \re you going to do bet ter in the future than you have in the past? It Not-Why Not? I We are proving every day that we know how to and f d° make good garments. Yet it is surprising the num I her of people who are groping their way through this world with ill-fitting, “mutt”-made clothing—Just be cause they don’t have sense enough to make a change when they know they should. Try us on your new spring suit. Ladies or Gents. 7‘MAL” D. FLEMING THE TAILOR. 22 Twelfth Street , hospital at Kim f'.rnvs, Mike Skado,' i the foreigner, who w a* seriously cut ‘ 1 abotit the head and body, by a knife | In the hands of Frank Knoakl. a fel- - low countryman, anccomsd to bis tn i<tries at 3:30 yesterday afternoon. : hla life had been despaired of from ! the start, bill Wedneoday afternoon anoper.itIon was performed In hopes , of sating his life, but to no avail. It will be remembered *hat Skado and Knoskl get Into an argument over a keg ot beer at their home along the It. * O tracks below the C. and K O. 1 power house, In Kim Grove with the result that a fight ensued, and In the | scuffle. Frank Knoskl Is said to hava i brought a large knife Into play, and Mhado was badly cut and aiabbsd about tbs body and head I>r. Patti- 1 cord was called and removed the pati ent to the Infirmary hospital. Ths murdered has not as yet been apprehended When he left he wore no hat or coat, and It fa supposed that he la hiding nearby and the authori ties expect to land him In a few days. All of the officiate. In the nearby towns have been no'I fled to be on the lookout for Mm. A post morten examination was held at the Infirmary hospital this afternoon by Or l,*-c<h t'racraft. and | K B Plant, assisted by ths Ohio county coroner. The inquest will be held this morning at the Infirmary. The wound that caused death pen* trated the brain entering the eye Me funeral arrangements bars as yet been made. MOTHER— Tfce Price on the Wide Mouth Numer la reduced to i A At all dnwfMt IUC NKW llttAI. CO, tlarkabori, W. V*.