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The Intelligencer TWsas Nr Tear, kr MaU la UraaM Paataga hgiM g!,T •« Dally. Threw Uon'M. • • ... I S* Dally. Tbraa Daya IWf Sag.*M Dally, Two Daya Tar Weak.LN Dally. Caa Mwik.«• Weekly, One Tear la A* mare.LN Weakly. Bu Moat ha.M (THE INTILUOCMCBR. ombractag Its several editions. Is entered la the yaatefftca at Wheeling. *k. Va. as sac ead-rl*as matter.) TELEPHONES. Editorial Reams—Ball.(It Editorial Rooms—NsUewal.......... fit Counting Room—Bell. tft Counting Roam—National. ttt Tha Intelligencer receiver both the day and night service of the Associated Prose Saturday June, 8, 1912. AN IMPORTANT APPOINTMENT. The R. ft O. Railroad Company an nounces the appointment ot Hon. James H. Stewart as agricultural agent. His special work will consist of developing the agricultural Inter ests of the B. & O. railroad system. • 'particularly In West Virginia, Inducing Immigration, aiding In the dlveralflca ton of crops and advising agricultur ist* Mr. Stewart has served for many years as director of the agricultural experiment station at Morgantown, End no man t In the state Is better equipped for this Important work than he I*. He la a practical farmer, an educated man and la thoroughly ac- J quatnted with the territory along the j B. ft O. railroad. The appointment of Mr. Stewart to this Important place J means much for West Virginia. First, the awakening on the part of I the B. ft O. to the value of the agrl- ‘ cultural interests along Its line, fore-1 shadows aggressive efforts on the part of that big company to develop thej agricultural wealth of West Virginia. | Second, the efforts of Mr. Stewart,! supported by the means and facilities j of the railroad company, will undoubt edly bring before the public West Vlr-1 ginia s advantages for growing prod-1 ucib ior wnicn a ready market can be found close at band. Concerning the appointment of Mr. Stewart, the Manufacturer*' Record, of Baltimore, has the following: Mr. Stewart comes to the Baltimore A Ohio fully equipped, both by experience 1 and knowledge to render invaluable ser vlee in the duties assigned to him His | splendid work as director of the Weat Virginia agricultural experiment yatlnn waa largely responsible for awakening the people of the state to the peculiar adaptability of Ita soils and climate for fruit growing, dairy farming, truck rais ing and the splendid opportunities avail sole in Intensive farming. • As a result West Virginia Is raising Some of the finest apples and peaches grown In America: the Ohio Hiver Vol ley is becoming a veritable truck gar den. and throughout the state. In its fer tile valleys coves and tablelands, agri cultural and horticultural crops are • flourishing dairy farming Is steadily increasing, and generally West Virginia has been brought to a realization that It possesses In these resources opportu nities for development that In svery way match the industrial opportunities lying In its vast supply of * oal. natural gas. ; petroleum. timber, limestone. glaaa •end. shales, clays, etc. The a peels 1 attention whleh the Balti more A Ohio Railroad has been giving lo West Virginia, ss reflected In the I millions of dollars It Is speeding upon I Its roadbed In that atate the wide pub llelty It has given to the Industrial op- i portunlties In the section traversed hy Its line, and the new agricultural de- ! partment that has lust heen ereatsd will 1 prove of Incalculable benefit not only ! to the eertlon traversed hy Ita own line ! but to West Virginia a* a whole. newspaper supervision. J A scheme for state supervision of newspaper* recendy received the, sanction of the Pennsylvania state Editorial Association. A committee! waa appointed to draft a bill embody ing the srheme. to be presented to' the ne*t legislature. The plan waa outlined by Mr J H j Zerbey. of the Pottavlll* Republican.1 who urged that every newspaper or ' other publication be in charge of a oertifled journalist, who should bare aatlafled the new department of journalism that he waa qualified. But how ahall It be determined that be ia qualified* Will the journalistic aspirant be compelled to tell off hand \ who waa the commander of the Brltiab forces In the battle of Bloemfontein? j Or will he he required to show that hta 1 Influence has delivered convention delegates to the ruling faction in atate polities for a given number of rears? | There la undoubtedly g widespread' deal re among newspaper publisher* for j • more professional standing for their er*fi. The reputable physicians long! ago successfully organised against quackery in their profession The man who advertises that hla pills will cur* ’ Similarly, la there some way ta raia Quackery oat of the newepaser prw feaaloa? Mr. Ear bay. of PaOaetUa. oaf oar Poaaaylraaia editorial brethren annm to think aa The newspaper profaaaloa would never submit to havo this power of Journalistic life or death glvea ta men who wore not boaa fide news paper people |f the board of-journal ism were mads up of decayed poli ticians. any bright writer who did not subscribe to the thirty-nine articles of political orthodoxy would fall by tha waysldo. If the appointments went to mere educational theorists, they would expect the newspapers to print nothing but the reports of charitable societies and the doinge of congress. Although this proposition looks Im-! practicable on Its face, yet tha news-, paper profession la willing "to be shown." If Pennsylvania can elimi nate the Heseians and guttersnipes and curbstone Journalists, who try newspaper work after they hare failed elsewhere, lie example will be con tagious. THE CHECK BOOK AND THE PEN. The Watson machine worked smoothly, noisleesly and accomplished Its results with a minimum of fric tion. West Virginia delegates to the Baltimore convention will go bound hand and foot, nominally for Champ Clark, but in reality for any candi date to whom C. W. Wsi son and W. E. Chilton wish to deliver them. This result has been accomplished in spite of the fact that a very large majority of the rank and file of the Democratic Party In West Virginia are apparently In favor of the nomination of Woodrow Wilson. On# year ago there wae little or no Champ Clark sentiment In West Virginia. Then the senatorial bosaes figured Harmon as the man with whom to defeat the New Jersey governor. Suddenly they realised that Harmon would not do and the Champ Clark boomlet started. It grew apace and with amazing vigor, and In a few short I months it developed such strength that ! the Champ Clark delegates swept ' every district in the state Wilson I sentiment I* unorganized, and Col Mc Oraw apparently gave up the fight without a struggle. All of this shows the marvelous power of (be check book and the foun tain pen When put properly into action. THE SITUATION AT CHICAGO. Signs multiply that two conventional and two nominations are likely to > result from the conflict at Chicago ! rre«ident Taft's friends are apparently [ In control of the Chicago contention, j Mr. Roosevelt has. however, a largo i number of the contests under way and I Indicates very clearly that he will not allow these contests to be decided1 against him. It will require an extra-' ordinary amoutu of tact, good sense1 and discretion to avoid an open con j fllct between the two factions, and! tact, good sense and discretion do not ; appear to be in abundance at Chicago. 1 In the Judgment of the Intelligencer.' a happy solution would be the elimina tion of both ibe contenders and con-' tending factors, and the concentration of Republican strength upon some can didate who has not been an active par ticipant in the factional strife This may be brought about, but It doe* not •eem to be probable at the preeent time. WATER RENTS. Water Renta for the ei(t Assess ment term Af six months are now due and payable at the office of the i City Treasurer A discount of io per cent will he! allowed all consumers who pay their bills during the month of June. 1912 8 K JOHNSON. City Treasurer FnaaocTTs so. toe FEELING rr.r.l.IVO I* everything It's • underfill how an eieaant.y n., SUMie-?1 ,T °r '■'■OTMViv will HnoftT a man a apirll Vow. -.on "•ight to know where to come for that rr.r.I.IKn BROWNE BROS. 1420 Market St. Saturday, June », j»fl ___| «« »« a■ ~ ’" ".! J UNCLE WALT: TV Port IliiliMophrr || ~ rrzr:; - — srH=H“- - S «.«f.tf I..*... ....I............jpj. t.ip*.y ma. r>irao*« a aab 'bat bra.ka hi. haart and barh And i ha! i* ? atala dafarrad lo by tha airnn* and I hav. araanrlaka fcl »hl«*h I ijand to Inn* I nnb with »nv» a’ iha i.a. f* P,y er"*# t>tr • fmtla, who »lah and wiah fhay had my arada alia Mrri ° P y ,.n , fair." I ‘ -bat -oJa ah^i L.b S - * .Ida* at. mu rtf plamh. and ran i ha rarad by «^.„h nM lEfhTJjL 1 '•9 ■"* jrbndar r nda an(o» -ha priral... lumaT.f.7 a 1 *1f. nf fha coda' I. tan'f fair - tfeara a S ^T«. T'\ ,h# ■"» VlAdfd BUB Lo pulh ' Kftbo h'lrkuktr. m ^ ^ *** tMi *hor 'i-SJU* iatA^.g* «• a... | T~~--•.■TT^ m NEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY 1-f-i i ..\inii i!rr.^rrr!>!i-,- * AIlf Mill H Sf>li Pint Mirtfcg With GmU GnmL ^ ALEXAVDBR H BTEPHKN8 who .a. -W p~.kd.at of teTcoufwg gsjrUkTts.^2 ^th £:*rtz:rc'toM to * —- «— --*• "It occurred In January. lMt." raid Mr. Stephens ” shortly after I had b~» appointed by President DutI. on. of the te~e c««m£.o„e£ V j£t and confer with President Lincoln and Secretary of State Steward for tee ^c:!d,r2^rtar “r *—,w’-*•*«— ^ £ s "We wrote to General Grant for permission to pass through the lines, and. I. due time, we were show^ Grants headquarters. Ton may Imagine my surprise, when, on being ushered Into General Grant’s presence w» beheld a man who apparently wore no uniform— who had nothing about hi* to show his rank except shoulder straps—and who was busily writing upon a ’•nr..l!5k*ty ubl“ *** ,h# d,n*P Hgbt of an oil lamp. For some minutes I could not bring myself to be llere that thla man was General Grant. Ha was modest and unaffected. He began conversation with ua in a v,rf Quiet and yet cordial manner, and yet I had not talked with him fifteen mlnutea before I said to myself: This Is one of the most extraordinary men whom 1 have ever met. He has the simplicity and dignity of real greatness. He Is a man who is content to do. to act; he is not aman who struts. .h.LW«htn ha,f.1an iVT 1 und«r*,ood why «>l« »an had gained success where so many other Tnlon generals bad failed, and from some thing*, which J* “,d 1 kn"w lk»t lf the Confederacy failed our people would have nothing but kindness and sympathy from this great general . ".V1* dtT We ?** UncoIn 1 h»d °0‘ seen him since we served '0**,h*r 1n ,be hou8<* representatives, in 1848. He remembered me well. » “ WOaM Un don» h8d "« 'hen been fellow member, of the house. Here, too. was s man of absolute simplicity of man ner. without any self consciousness of affected greatness And It occurred to me while I was chatting with him upon the missions which had brought us together that I could now understand the reasons for the perfect sym pathy and confidence which were maintained between President Lincoln and Ph*Beli* .* dOBl ,b,Bk ,bat 1 bad e¥*r b*,or® •« fully realized what the simplicity of pure greatness Is. ... ^’h*n ** **nt 8W8>’ *nd 8f**r « h»d passed through the Federal! lines to our own. I said to my associates; ’it has been our rood fortune to ' see two menu who are really great and who are free from any affectation of greatness, the truly great.’ I said to my friends, ’are men of simple man-1 ners. not puffed up with their own Importance.’ " (Copyright 1912. by E. J. Edwards All rights reserved). MURDER TRIAL REVIEWED i BY THE SUPREME COURT __ _ APPEAL TAKEN IN FAMOUS Mc OOWELL CASE. Many Other Important Case* Coneid ered by the Court—Important Hearinga Next Week. When the state supreme court of appeals convened yesterday miming the principal feature of interest was the arguments In the case of the State of West Virginia vs. John M. Walrdon from MsDowell county. In which the attorneys for the defend ant asked for a new trial. The argu menta were made orally and submit ted to the conrt and attorneys made a request that in view of the condi tion of the health of their client that some immediate action be taken that he might be removed from the county jail. The case was the result of an at tempt of Waldron, who was an officer in the town of Welch, to raid a place where intoxicants were being sold unlawfully. He was invited into a room, and when he went in there was two men and a woman, and as he entered they commenced beating him over the bead with beer bottles or similar weapons. Waldron had two guns snd he used them to good advantage when he opened fire, kill-1 lng one man and wounding another He was tried, convicted and sen fenced to serve ten years In the pen itentiary' The court went Into conference at > I the afternoon session and took up the j matter and it Is likely an earlv opln-! | ton will be rendered In the matter. Other Caees. ] State of West Virginia vs. W. L. I Taylor et al and Pocahontas Coal ft; i( °'te from McDowell, and C W ^ Mills vs. N & W Ry Co . from Mer cer were continued to the September term of the court. In the case of William A Davidson. I adtnimai rator. vs. George T. David son and French Shultz et al. from Monroe, the motion to dismiss wa*i overruled and the case was submited on briefs. The cases of Elia Bowyer vs Continental Casualty Company. Irom Mercer; and Annie I.. Guy vs Lanark Fuel Co., from Raliegb, were both submitted on briefs, fant. vs. R. E. Wood Lumber Co .K The case of Lee McCarty, an In fanf. vs R. E Wood Lumber compan> was docketed for yesterday but was, continued over to today. W. A. Arnold of Randolph county 1 was lirensed tx prance in the rourts of this state and F B Shannon o* Moiindsvllle was admitted to practice In the supreme court The attorneys from out of town In rourt yesterday were: D. J. F. S'ro ther. G. W Howard and W. L Taylor or Welch. J. W Arbtickle of Lewis-! burg. A. P Duff of Summerville. J. L. Rowan of Cnlon. E. L. Greever of' Tazewell. Lawson Worrell or B.ue-1 field. George E. Hoffhdmer. Hon L. C. Crlle and C B Johnson of Ctarka hurg OHIOANS RECESS Constitutional Convention Break Ses sion Until August 26, Than Will Adjourn. COI.CMUL'P. O.. Juno 1.—Ohio's fourth constitutions! convention to day completed It* work and recessed until August 2«. the dot# now set for sine die adjournment. Arrangement was effe-tsd by which the convention may be called Into session before the nnal adjournment on petition of 2S delegates. Cnless erora nr* found In the n<-w constitution. It I* said that the con vention will go out of existence on August 2*. Just eight dav* before the special election for the ratification or rejection of the conventions work. When your eh Art has whooping cough bn careful t*> keep the cough loose and expectoration easy by giving Chamberlains rough Remedy as may be required. This remedy will also liquify the tough moena and maka It eaaler to expectorate It haa been us ed successfully In many epWIrmlcs and In safa sad aura. For sain by all daalera. STLVATION ARMY Tbs Hal vat ion Army will hold a meeting in the IMJou theatre on Mstn street below Fourteenth street be ginning st a p m. Personal Workers will probably lend a helping hand In this service. The Rnlvntlon Army] band of Wheeling wll render music All are welcome. The Best Dinner In Town row Til MOSST ■oars, II M A. ■- to t so p. ■ Saturday, /use S, ISIS. MENU Turtle Poup Rolled Corned peef and ‘‘abt.ags Prims Roast Reef Roast Preset of Veal, base fireeetnt Rraieod I srrt with Peas Kross New Potatoes Orson Means 1 Macaroni. Tomato Itreontns Lottwro naiad Rrssd Prult < ustard. Wine bn *en Iced Ten coffso In Milk j Dinner St B Cents Ness Bin lag Boom First Floor. Imdiss Btalag Beam Bassos Flow. Pmnll ntArntm at ll^wwtn )*» r*m Ths Wulilty aM giitatity Thwrw* r»f Ml Maka Tmj U«it> kly I'offat (h« ! I>* Eilfs PM*fa (a Oat Hara TUB 8BINATE Ooo. IMS S Market avo 1 COMMENCEMENT In Mingo High School Hold and S«- I taan Raca.va Diplomat. Sp»il»l DUpetrh to the Intell ameer. MINOo JI’XfTTOX, t».. June 7 The eaerriaet attendant upon the* nineteenth annual romtnntfnn« nt of Mingo high ai hnnl were held at the i Central auditorium Thuredav even- i Ing and were of an entertaining ma- ; ture. c-onalatlng of an excellent mual- i cal program and an addreaf hy Dr • f. \V. Luce of Cleveland O. The .lata of in* waa the large.t m the arhool’a hleforv. atxteen >ouna I men and women, who aoereeefiittv completed the preac rthed four vear rmirae. revetnc dlplomae were Mar- j tha Quinn. Mildred Voat. Maxle M axle Brown. Naomi Domett. Marv Itoxman, Florence Carmic hael. Cu. lie Beeltlev, May Hyde. Margaret Harsti man. Thomaa tlohaon. Holla Brown. •va*e 3 (ioodgrlend. Cranetf Reed! Clcde Quillen Samuel Alt.auxh and. Vernon Miller. COUNTY COURT • Fiduciary. Pauline Walden wag appntned guardian of fie nova Ell* Rond 12'** Dead Recorded Milton L. Davlg and wife to Jacob. Ruble, parrel of land In Liberty dl* trlct; consideration, »|n Maeriaga Li canto Terrence p Korean. *1. and Olga Rominakl, II, both or Rankin, Pa. Anna Fltihu*h. who retired from • he *ta*e on her marriace. la repor’ ed to he aln*ln* In crand opera In Florence. Paly, where abe made her dehut aa Flea in I<ohen*rtn. Mow-* TWO? We offer One Hundred Dollar* Re ward for any <-*** of Catarrh that rannot be rtired by Hall a Catarrh I Cara r j cHr.jricT « ro, o the Iindaretgred have known F 3 I henoy foe the laet 1I yearn. and ho Itee# him perfectly honor*Me in kit kuki nee* tr*n*ai-fton* and rtnene-iany am* ... eery ewt any eh Rtinm me-1* fv «,* firm RATIONAL RANK or mMMRRcTl, TtM«, • Htir* f mfrrh i urp |« falamr internal fy . prflfip tlffBcyijr til* M«mH |*h| fw»#ro.*0 0 raf «h» • >•♦#-?* T*** ••^>•11 fr## frt» # 1% (pufa Mr IWbltf 1*9011 Hill 0 Vtftl.ljr nil fdHT Afltltpt 1^12. Silk Underwear In the June Under muslin Sale Crisp, clean, new Muslhiwear, at the lowest of Sales Prices, have made a busy week in the Lingerie Section. Saturday we mention some extra values in Habutai, Jap Silk, Italian Silk and Crepe de Chine garments. Kaytwr’s Italian Silk Vats—Pink, Blue or White —plain or embroidered — 91.50, 92.25 to 93.00. Raynor's Italian Silk Combinations — Corset Corer and Drawers—plain white, 94.95: elaborately lace-trimmed. 99.90. Princess Slips of White, Corn, Blue, lavender, Rom Habutai or Jap Silk—lace edge neck and arm, 93.90 to 94.96. White Silk I Princess Slips, with deep lace Flounces, 94.95 to 97.50. Princess Slips of White. Blue. Com, lavender or Pink Crepe de Chine—Empire or straight style, 97.50. Princess Combination—Corset Cover and Draw ers of Wash Silk. 95.90 and 90.50. A Rousing Saturday Shirt Sale of Interest to Every Man An unusually large purchase of Men’s Summer Shirts, in Negligee or Plaited styles, is the reason for enticing prices Saturday: Men’s $1.00 Shirts of plain white or white ground with black or colored Stripe and ^ Figure Percales and Madras; 1 Shirts with attached cuffs... Men’s $1.00 Shirts of Cotton Pongee in solid Tan, Gray, lavender, light Blue or ( ream; or with these grounds in pin stripes; each Shirt with separate collar of same mate rial; special Saturday at_ Market Street Windows give an idea of the range for selection. 1 - Beautiful Jacquard Ribbons Wide Ones Saturday at 25c and 43c A Ribbon so desirable that It took the maker over a month to All our order. .Here at last in the riches of lustrous Blues, Pinks, Whites, etc. Wide ones.25c Wider ones .43c WE TIE ALL RIBBON BOWS FREE Novelty Silk Gloves Kayser’s and Fownes’ wy g* tfr Values of $1.00 and $1.50 a OC Closing broken assortments of 8-button length Embroidered Silk Glovea in Novelty col or*: and Two-Clasp Navy, Black and Gray Gloves, with broad contrast color stitching, a} a quick Clearance Price. Choose from PTr; __ 91.00 and 91-50 values, Saturday., f OC II Nome Entirely New Ideas in Neckwear All the new kinds of Neckwear for Women are naturally featured hero first. Saturday wit nesses initial displays of the newest in— Low Neck and Waist line Chemisettes. Postillion Fichus. Lace Tunics. Robespierre Collars. Plastron Jabots. Dozens of popular New Lines in which 25< and 50< prices predominate. Patent Leather Belts i Are the "Real Thing” for Norfolk Jackets— Red. Black, White— New Ones, 25c, 35c, 50c GEO. M. SNOOK COMPANY WHEELING PEOPLE 1 Get Bulk of Offices at Convention of the Protective Home Circle. Sp»rt»t ruonafrf to the mtellteenrer I MORGANTOWN. W Va.. June 7 — The state convention of the Protective Home Circle, of West Virginia, closed here at noon to-day af er a two days’ session Clarksburg was rhosen as the next meet ng place for the first Thursday In next June. Wheeling people figured prominently j and the following officers were elect ed Grand past president. A. 8 Oil-, ver. of Wheeling; president. W. R. linker, of Wheeling: grand vice. Mrs Alice Peterson, of McMechen; grand guardian Geo. Zimmer, of Wheeling: l grand chaplain. Mrs Oliver, of Falr monr; guide. Grafton Clark, of Wheel ing: companion. Mrs Mdilgan. of Fair mont; sentinel. J. E Shrlver. of Mor gantown: watchman. T R Turley, of New Cumberland: secretary. Ada llen nen. of Tien wood: treasurer, E. C. Fur long, of Morgantown. Mr. Zimmer, of Wheeling, wa# elect ed delegate to the supreme circle with 8 8 Adams, of Wheeling, as alternate Thirty-seven were initiated, and Wheeling had the largest number of delegates. ' APPOINT STEWART As Agricultural Agent of the B A O. Headquarter* at Mor gantown. Special TMepntrn tn the Intetltseneer MORGANTOWN. W Va .. June 7.— The lion James ittewart. former dl- ■ rector of the Wear Virginia experi ment station at the university, has "”-n W-Hinjim *» *annuluraI agent of the M a o with headquarter* here. He enter* upon hi* new work at nnre, If »Kif i* «nv man in the world that require* *trictly con* Portable 'hoe*, it i* the Vork.ug Man V i appreciate all hi* te inirentowta and have *hoe« hu-lt lo meet hi* want* in every detj'l $2.00 •"d $2.50 The*e particularly pood Shoe* rill *ave Vnrhiagmen money far hev are cheaper in the end tiae the uncertain aort M. H. & M. HATlSfAiTOm SHOCS 1047 Mam MmC Wheeling Specials That Are In Season Four-Passenger Roller Lawn Swings.$8.00 Porch Swings.,.*3.50 to $5.50 Harden and Lawn Water Hose.8c per foot to 18c per foot Couplings free with 25 feet or more. COLDWELL LAWN MOWERS.$2.90 and up REV-O-NOO lee Cream Freezers, with cedar tub. steel frame, galvan ized hoops, quick freezing and high sanitary tub: 1 qt. 2 qt. 3 qt. 4 qt. 6 qt. 8 qt. $1.50 $1.75 $2.25 $2.75 $3.25 $4.25 NANSEN REFRIGERATORS.$7:50 and up C. F. Braunlich & Co. WHEELING, WEST VA. Both Phones 532. 1012-14 Market. to be along the line of developing veg etable. TVult and grain growing along the It & O . and particular In Weal Virginia. * BAR FIGHT FILMS Object of gill Reported Favorably to Houee—Aimed at Johnaon Flinn Fight. ^ AHHIXGTOX, June 7.—-To prevent the reproduction by moving pictures of the Johnson Flinn prize tight. July . 4. the house commerce committee to day reported favorably the bill of Rep resentative Roddenberry. of Georgia. Democratic, prohibiting the shipment of such films between the states. A similar bill has been Introduced In th# senate. Husband—You look bad to-day, my love. Is it that you are 111?*’ Wife—No. John; it's this last year's hat I'm wearing --Harper's Ttazar. DENTISTRY GOLD CROWN AND BRlDGEWORK, 22K GOLD ! have long bad a reputation for painless work, because I bars given It my best thought grid study for many years. But only within the pa*t few month* have I been able to treat the worst cases with out hurting Now. however, by n recent discovery I can All or crown the moat sensitive teeth without a particle of pain I can even cut Into a live "nerve" and remove It Immediately without the patient's knowledge This method does not employ any dangerous drug, and does not eause sleep or benumb the faculties In any way I believe It marks aa great an advance |n dentistry as ether did In surgery. No dentist a Ilfs is long enough to become expert In all of the si* branches of the profession To become skilful In a single branch W Is a lofty ambition, and only a few attain It. 1 *« tract log Positively Rainless by Air. Oas or Application to the We Charge# Whan Wo Replace the Tooth. Examinations Fran AII Werh Guaranteed RED CROSS DENTAL PARLORS Cor. Fourteenth and Mortret Streets. Reilly Bwlldtng. Monday. Wed nesday and Saturday Evenings Till I. SUNDAYS Till 1. I he Wage-Earner*s Dollar f.arn« a* much inter eat at thra hank aa the dollar of the aft. lionatre . Wan\ «ucce»«ful heatnaae houaea of thra cite had their he ginning in small enterpriaea starred with the tarings of m daatnnaia workmen wan^nanrmoro workmen aa regular depoartora in owr Wuke it ewnr hahtt to depot, t . portmn af pr naming . •' Call and get a home seringa hank free The Germania Half Dollar Savings Bank 1501 MARKET ST. wt. wwmn.T tat nw-twiuvn.