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Picture of City. Arrangement* have been completed by represents! ivrs of the (latimon* •ilm company of Pittsburgh and the; potion picture men of this stale to . have the company take motion pic- ! turea of this city next Friday morning ! between If* and 11 o'clock, and all; persons who are desirous of seeing bow the “movies" arc taken should be on the streets at that time. Thla film ! will he run in the Park theater In this city when finished, end all local per sons should make an effort to get on the streets and get In th<- picture to help boost the town Many of the •tores will have attractive signs out jn the morning of taking the pic Aires, and the movement should meet i with the approval of all enterprising •itlxen*. as /film will be shown txer the entire country, and will be a Jig boost to the city No Franchise Vet. It is not at all likely that the a ity eouncli v it gr.(ni the Wheeling Trar lon company a franchise to extend It* lines around the i»ro|*os«*ii loop up Tenth street in this «-it> and also grant them a permit to erect a via duct over the Parra Kiln on North .lef *»rson avenue to ih« Tomlinson hill unless the street car company agree* to put e wucon road along vde of the I'reei «ar line on the viaduct. which fpeposltlon was turned down by the traction comp#n> under the old cliy ouneil. Another paper goes on to tell v hat a germ benefit it would lie to Ilia city and a lime saver, hut whai the city wants is a roadway on the tiaduet an*l it will probably he grunt ed very qulckl;, The local trades a* » tmbly had the matter up ni their laat meeting hut nnth>ng definite on the matter was done necoverinq Nicely. Ren Morris, who w.-i* hurled alivo f"r almost fl»e minutes Monday after ••ion while at work in a sewer ditch on Nimh street and rendered unron s dons and suffered several bruises is setting along nicely at the Clendale hospital, where he was removed short ly after the accident i>r Bonar, the attending physician, stated that he would probably be able to leave the in stitution in i ,'i » days if no complies t ons developed It was at first thought that Xorri“ could not live. To Have Motor Cycle. All local persons owning nu'os and having the hnbit of speeding through • he speedway at tilendule will have . to be on the alert for ltepntv Sheriff .Joe Parent this summer. Joe is deter mined to lire.-k up the practice of attto Ists speeding through tilendale at tho Mte of about f.u tnib t per hour, and rill be equipped with a high speed etoiori yin the very near future in order that be can catch the numbers • f the autos and then have them nr iested. To Play Middiebourne. Arranacuirnis hive been completed by Manager Pr.-d Kareber of the lo< ;<! high wluinl tins* ball team for a game 10 in- pkayt j s "trday afternoon nt Middleboyne with »ti#- strong leant representing that town The locals • III leave here early Saturday morn ng returning late Saturday evening ManyJncat rn'ers will accompany the lean' bn the triii at ■! help hnug home the "bacon Middiebourne is said to have nn-ri »tr< r»g tc::m this year and • good game is .mru .pared Meridith will prolp e for the local Road Supervscr Resigns. Calvin Hunt, road faupervis.tr o We Think We Have The New Spring Suit. You Want Correct dres.'inv siamp> you as a C A I* \ H I \. MAN —not merely as a man of cooj m k.' |, jc. notes the abilin to dress well—not merely the in clination. Come and .uni «ee >tir line. Geo. W. Fox Clothier, Furnisher & Flatter, ion Here’s theThing For Your Wails | j ALABAST1IVE | | TAntrn ■'KArt rsrr.ami} | I 0"»»» IMS • .... I f 4* . |( ( (••f Of «• # • s.f : • ‘ •••’♦»' • ♦ * 0 , ,, 4*4 m ».* r: White V/' • hgf i*ft riht. • rMjJt ®M * • i » . «»# WELTYS P>A*1 Stff*-’ ^ t>*#» 'W4 St McFadden’s—The Men’s Store I When you want Rood shoes—shoes that you are sure are Rood shoes—just come to our store and Ret a pair of WILBUR SHOES For Men or Young Men $2.98 $3.50 and $4 ' I There are many shoes —Rood shoes too—sold at $S and S6 that are no better in any way than Wilbur Shoes. = We have 67 of the best styles ever made in men’s I_H shoes at any price for you to pick from in Wilbur Shoes—black or tan— button or lace—shoes or At this store you have every desirable style and color to pick front in our immense stock of N SPRING HATS ! $1.30 $1.98 $2.30 $3 I Newest Patterns of ' For Men and Young Men Young Men’s The Rood qualities we I p sell at these prices mean rancy V_,aps that you save from Soc * * to si on even hat. anfl Qftp Several New Styles Are I <*11U Just in This Week. | McFADDFN’S The Store With the Low Prices 1122 and 1121 .Market St.. Wheeling. < lav district for the past six years. I resigned his position to take eft *ct at once. Mr. Hunt when lie it.u trade supervisor ot Clay district, (he district was in the lml> about XI.lilt .<>id now the district is out of deli Mid has something like Jt.isui in tin. treasury It is said that Itoliert t'l-ii. «>f Pork Midg". will succeed Mr. Ilinn as supervisor. May Have High School. A Spot lal election will l,o held | W thaler district on Mav _-n for the purpt.se or oting on the establish Hi* nr of n <’t-trb t high school in Weis |.-r disfrut Should the voters of the district favoring the h.gli school he in the majority, the school will he known as the Webster district high school X II.IKmi addition io the i pp« r Wolf Run school building wi I ereetsui The order ot the school board in submitting the high school I roposit’on provides for a bine months leini Purchases Property The <'hiir«!i of Cod lonsrrgation bus p«n chased the p. rt nil' i-omplet e*| building .r the con. r of blast Se< ond «tre< t and the h'libllng wil1 be completed and the rhuri h service* <•'ll lie held here *n the future Till* I uitding «.!• started by a colored ion JUST A HINT *-•■» ».*• i«i ^» i- i»r»tfr **l V. . . . I *..| iu * r»« in ir * »!*» *! it • « -t ♦ •» i« r*tiw>f *M#* - < » j * • *frl Hr»'1 . v #* * •►•.».«• . • 4l Wi n %< * fl*<( ,t h.t« Ml* • *»« - 4»ll f»l «**• *h. %*- r» .'* *• «> Nil l ml' f IT •* * I* r : f»*l If* *1 "»Nl Wr.fk % 4N* UrfNfV J* i> Wheeling Plating & Polishing Works, C'f»*r I’f? tr4 AIMS IS JfaMOBAl ril-B. CM T COURT THEATRE l‘ ‘••In* •* •• i T" *»•«* ’ « f %i»rit David WARFIELD - - • BA I ’ - < I COURT THEATRE Sf-a«ar a am nal,. April SB Dans ■aiaaco anla V>a«ll>| THU WOMAN Iff1* ffTin-n»»b In' r# ♦ ' fiNNi r •* prMtftlAt ll^tnkli* *H*«n#r Y*>r* utari. •••♦• Tri4*f 2U r> MOO ORPHEUM THEATRE Hriih V*«4»lll« pi, if. . 1|ir » r noir ,»| ISIBVBB TA I.SIBO riCYTTBU ABTD m« ALL STAR run MtlSETIUI ACTS • ri • B- < i »••• A- Hi trim *•«*!. 7 >• 7 an !•••*• K-’th • I • * . i Bar Mr* i rr Lv,r, •a* .t 1 Ta., • ••■■« r.-.rn Vial, 1 •f . . I-M.r. IB* *0. Jf~| II |'.rf VICTORIA THEATRE BOB. TVS. ABB VIS ▼ atrmmr bollictiso *tl«lf;AL BABI B tOSBBOV r*m evit or mumm wit* BOV b. «»r»» All Tf IBTII OTSESfl so ABTAIiOl IB rum. I cri-catlon but *na never completed Work on the completion of th« htilhl • tiu will be filmed in a low dtij* and it will soon be completed. Arrangements Comoleted Ttie memlH-r* of the Servo Sorority «>l the Calvary M K church have completed arrangement* for their 1*1®y to b« held in the aiiditmiuin of ilie Central -chool building tomorrow evening The play is entitled \n v inter, tine Tickets for the iffair ,ue on -al* nml may be had from any member of ibe socket y a I . crowd 1* expected to attend To Meet Tonight All hasobnll fr ns :t*n| i .ndnlatr-. .»r th'* Mound City team are urgently r. - iiuested to meet lb » evening prop pt l> at a o'clock st ti e Crirnmeii risen lor the purpose of elti . tin.- ,t permanent organization and team tor • h'» season A manager and cap' itn will be named this riiiilni; arvi If enough player* ran be secured *•» pin' practice will be started t-»tnor row e\ening S"d the hi t game will like|. be playetl at Cameron rS.it >r day afternoon to Have 8>g Time lao.it order Jr. O 1 A A!. r* planning to h*ve n Ida r»*«»»*t »*•' r • xi Monday evening at loi il lo .idf| i t ' # •> • 'I tins will fa* Inltlntfit into lIn* ord r Tin- tnt'tiihnr* of fit. I.IntoHtotio or r will In* giieett of the If a :■ I |odf.. ihit* evening and following the InIIla Mon rgrrelsea .1 benqti<*l w *|| in> served The I .line*, if.n order initial* • d n larire rlas# list cvifitr . n mam loial persons afi**ndi il the me* tin! ,in*| had a good ilm**. Monndavtlle Bnefs. The infant rh»ld of Mr >rof V • • flintles Moore of f'*dar no II I* i rionaly ill Mrs Weaver In retiirne*| |o t'n* hofiit* of h>*r d.inah'er \lr. MiMie «. on Jefferson arenti*- aft r >10*1111 eg the pant f. * data whh friend* ;.*td relatives it llnnitrik'toti fti*v W V t hristiiMM. formerlt *»r •hi* illy. I* > |te nit 111 < H few da * wih friends In this Htv fieorge Retry is spend ng n 1 w da»s at Ityeayllle n. With fr‘* ml Mr* Helton and rr i| *l 'nn* ht* r, M trgaret Ward reform | t ,,t n* tan ’toning from Ihlllni*. I’a w here thev 'pent the | sot few days with friends and ro|n||t * Mrs William Httrel of \orfh Mo n atjeei \v heeltnr. S|tent vf *if r*;*t af t» rma*n in tht» ell* Ml*# ltf«a Hhaw trfi *e>ierdir morning for > lark l.-irt* •« In r.. ti. • Ill Spend a week with reliliv* v it nit* ml the state Htwidav »ehfo»| eon v i-niton Van* deli cries lo the e i'r Hondo • ehnnl r <*r. v< nl.**n I* * .| • ■ t'lark-im g in In* pre «ni (<*r tin opt n ine this morning Mrs Hnrhio, Wifi, ■ tins r< Inr* * I to her home lien* from Willi im* *n wrhere sh» i pent the pan week tr|> friends and relatives Manv foes I person* »r« phn tin* following rpiestlnn ' H ll.lt ho vmi *>f the Hnitdavr 1 losing las in this eiiy Ih«i Honda*’" Mrs I •fill Ronar left yesterday f*ir Harvey, I’a, tv hear she will von lor pnrent* for a tew *.*elt* Ret 11 11 Teagarden I* f* • ri* . morntnr for f'stmiont to sp**n*l a f**w day# with frn nds. DETAILS OF THE WORLD’S CRUISE SECRETARY DANIELS TELLS OF^ TENTATIVE PLANS FOR BIG TRIP. -- Will Start January First and Visit All Important Points on th« Mediterranean XntaUlnncer luromo. ViikllfWi. D C.. April 21. 1-cKinr.lng January 1 on., ihc At lantic ft«M t will cruise m foreign wilier* for three months, and per haps longer Secretary of the Navy Daniel* made this announcement to-day. He said th~ cruise was to be known as "the educational cruise" Secretary Daniel* and the heads of the technical and personnel divisions el the navy are busy now working on I the details of the trip. The cruise is not to be merely a junket, but is to be. according to the plans being formulated, an educa tional trip for the officers and men of the Atlantic fleet, with a little good play thrown in. The trip is in connection w ith the I furtherance of Secretary Daniels policy of making the United states navy in times of peace a great edu cational school where young tnen— , the men of the navy—will receive thorough technical training in tn dustrlt s requiring special mechanical knowledge, and al the same time en joy the broadening advantages of first hand knowledge of the great coun trb-.- i f the world. The "educational cruise" is to take the place of the annual winter prac tice at Guantanamo, Cuba Tlic Meet which will make the 'educational cruise ' v\til exceed In total tonnage ami streng It of armament the fa mous battle fleet which went around the world by almost as much as the ! battle fleet exceeded the White ; ttqundrt .1 whi. h made the tour of for j eign pe.-ts In ISfc». Speaking of the I cruise todav .-»e< reirn-v Daniels said: Darnel* Talks. *1 have d**eld«t| to send the Atlanti* pfpt«ftdr«»n «»i a »\ inter c-rnire covering the most in etestint parts of the wor.i Iterance | t>«-li *\•* we should offer *') •he enlisted men ev• ry opport util* y whUh li« in our power to obtain that Knowledge ».f o:h*r count rh-ft from Personal rl's.rwi Ion. which, in every walk of life, gt\e* ti» the (tax* led man #ar. advantage over those who haw I spent flair li\»y at hoyne in tin* up I ward siruagl*-. The cruim* this v in ter will i. so timed as to give i vi-rv enlist* d man in the il*»e| shore have «? • v«r point of interest. | »,f coutse, •ts a I »m l*elie»cr in the general th* * t»rj that the l*est v:i\ to find • • • it if iinx thing w II work Is t*» trx it and #«•«». an*. ! nppr*’i it* from llie teehnl |I side the advantage# that the ot:P * r«c *.f the fleet will gain 0*1 a hum ortii* • of this kind, where var’oo# maneuver’* • .m i* carried o.it ut sea and many c xpei tni.-nts n • tnmuitlcat|c*n Im»* tw.-n -hips and similar matters * ar r:c c| out under ,.*c t u;l service c-on li lt i* ns Hut what s*eij»H t*. me *«|tia'lv Ii not tnor* lni|M*it.«tit i- the edit* i tiotlal value of *hi* trip » * the men i behind the guns, i hop. lulor*- t»i> a*l rninlsiralion |. nd* d that the puldte will H ive )i t lent understanding of #h*r splendid tr.i'iu ..' in mc.’hanp s win u the modeln i*.ii?l**-hlp off. r* to < i -i 1 listed non. No n. in who lias **«-rve»l IP the nav I. av» v. the service wit!*-I • .t l*i mg t »r iwttrr • .uippcii t** • ••in I living t ha I . . i.. !..j • en listed. Crc.it ln«titution. | ‘ Th* toi.^ is a great and expensive institution w i *h must i*. k* pt af xva\ s i* .«d* M*r times of w ar Wh not us* it ** a great tec hnical train • t*c #• In ••! f**r our «• mtrv .n tim** . f p. a* * -• Tla i'.ciio1 pi which It ts planned to sen-. **n the ’eciuc »*• ohhI • rui ‘>.1* \Vv..rn*ng. iTcrda. Arkansas. I lu law .ii*. x. *:•».» I mi., i » l tali, V* r j inofii. Isuiulct i Mi hicin, V vv j I ainpnitife. ?t*»u*l» • *ar»* if *». \ irgttn . eporwia. \i i*r N* %v J.i • > . ith »d . Island. Mum* ta, • "orifice »it. |du;» *. Kansu nnd I**wh Th. nng •*. tins s«|t»adv*»n ••' ships t a. 4. "» a*, companct with J J " ***** wfilto Was th* to* nag. ,.f «|.. i*p. 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Amendment Mutt Be Patted by 1915 Legislature Then Submitted to the People. HARRISBURG, I*a . April 22.—The senate today finally passed the Joint resolution proposing an amendment to the constitution giving women the right to vote. The vote was 26 to The resolution passed the house op February 5 by a vote of 130 to 70. The resolution must pas> the legislature of 1915, after which it goes to the peo ple for ratification. Senator Salus. Philadelphia, made an extended s|>eech in which he said that it wan unmanly for senators to vote for the resolution on the floor of the senate and then go home and work and vote against it at the polls. Senator McNichcls. Igickawanna, declared that he was against woman auflrage on principle. He deplored the fact that a comparatively small number of the women of the stale are lighting for suffrage. Although he is against tlie proposition, he said, he felt he was compelled to vote for the resolution Itecaiiso there was a strong demand for It from citizens and various kinds of organizations in his county. The nays and a>es were called for after the debate had lasted one hour anil twentv minutes The roll was called amid Intense stillness and re Milted 26 for the resolution, just the necesary number to pass it, and 22 gainst it. The vote in detail was as follow s: Yeas—Alexander, ('.lark. Dais. Knds ley. Farley. Graff, Gyger. Ileacoek. Hilton, Hoke, Homsher. Hoffman. Jar reit. Judson. Knapp. *Magee, Martin. McNtchols, Mills, Moore. Nulty Pow • II, Scnsenirli. Sheatz. Snyder. Y.ir* 2d Nays—Reidleman. Ruckman. Catlin Cooper, Crow, Dewitt, Fisher. Cel berieh. Hall. Herbert. Hunter. Jones Kline, Kurts. Mcllhenny, McNicliol. Miller. Morgan. Salus, Jones. Thomp son. Washers 22 Absent—I. When the vote was announced there was a shout of victory from the suf fragists. and th«- orderly proceeding* of the senate for the moment we.n to pieces. After much pounding of the gavel by l.i< utenunt tSovernor Rey nolds. order was restored and the sen ate resumed the regular humdrum of business. After tin- resolution had been adopt ed by tbe senate today. Mrs Frank M Koessing or Pittsburgh, president of the Pennsylvania Woman Suit rage association, said “Our sail.'flirtion is too gnat to be • xpn sseil in mere words nud *•* can n it f>nd phrases sufficiently strong to thank the friends who have stivod by us loyally through this trying cam paiRU." BETHANY BETH ANY. W \ a . April 2 fessor Finney, head ol the depart ment of seism e at Miami university v1 sited Bethany college and made a speech before the student body at tbe ebapel exorcises on Thursday vi-died. i' " :'l divide hi (iibrniiar and make a leisurely tour oi the Modi terranean in divisions, stopping at practlcclly every i>ort of imiwrtanrt* It will lie some time liefore the tc'y del arttm nt lies worked out t.u ■ otnp'ete plans for the trip ll i □ All u.it tire Jeans and overhauls iselt in Spring. >our wateh needs Jeaning and overhauling at le.i-t once a \ear. I el us do it tor \oii tnd do it prompt! . H anchor's 1223 Market St. Green Death K»!l The Bugs l<« Mehe*. IVd Hugs ami other Ivnoe ver min die whenever < ireen I kuth is used. Simple, C onvenient, harmless to humans. 0*1 rv at anv reli able drug store. Can Carry Thousands of Germs from the * Vault to Food and Poison Dozens of People The fly never wipes his feet .until he enters v«ur kitchen—so screen all your doors and windows and keep them out. SCREEN DOORS WALNUT STAIN DOORS All sizes at.98c NATURAL VARNISHED DOORS All sizes and five different styles to select from, at $1.35, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50. WINDOW h«i a i Best hardwood aduistable Screens. oil finish. 25c, 30c, 39c, 55c. Sherw<*od metal frame Screens, 40c, 45c, 55c, 65c. SCREEN ENAMEL WIRE CLOTH i p:nl< For renewing vour old ; . w dfws and windows, at 2c ! Pints.35c per square foot. GARDEN GOODS—AT RIGHT PRICES— SUCH AS LAWN MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE. COUPLINGS, HOSE REELS, NOZZLES, RAKES, 3 HOES, WEEDERS, GARDEN FORKS, TROWELS, S PRUNING SHEARS. HEDGE SHEARS. GRASS 8 SHEARS, SICKLES, LAWN TRIMMERS. ETC. REFRIGERATORS GAS RANGES H. C. FRANZHEIM CO. EVERYTHING FOR HOI SEKKKIMNG | I Main St. Visitors Welcome. | Professor Finney was an Itis'riircor ' in Heihuny twelre year* ago , Mrs. W R. Si»e« ht of Johnstown. I Pa was in Itolliany visiting her -•laughter, who is a student of lleth , any college, aud also a member of 'he Alpha Xi ihdia Sorority. Mrs. Spei ht entertained the members of he Alpha Xi i>• 11a Sororllv Wednes day n;-;hi lies Ides l|i» members of 'lie scrority there e.eer present the nitron - ot the sorority* Mrs O (l. I While. Mrs F T. MrKvoy. Mrs S.i ' Iiina l.nwis, aisu Miss Itena Hachel and Mrs .1. Mon* Mr- Itiehnrd Crawford Catuphell of l*enver, Ctilo . me of the oldest States.that has permitted women the rialii lo vole will deliver an address i n woman snPrage to the young la dies id I. than:, college at Phillips : hull. Wednesday night. April 22 Mrs ! Mawr college I The Alpha Pi Itelta Sorority of ilethatiy college enjoyed n tpendid ' hamiurt ai the home of Mrs O. t; : While on the ni-lit of April 1*. rele hraiing the founding of their society in Heihuny in lv»3. twenty years ago. The singing of sorority songs ami a guessing renteat helped in make the , evening pleasant Mrs. Weber won a large box of candy. The liunqu>'t was rspe< hilly enjoy able The 'at lc was beautifully adorned wi'h a large flower center ! ideee of violc'- and smilax, making |'.hr date ] S!U, The table wn* deem a ted with the surorltv colors, light and dark blue and gold. The riicsis of the occasion were: Mrs. T. 1'. ITamblet. Mrs Weber, Mia. J. T. Morgan. Mts. W. !» Taylor. Mr-. Ulehardaon, Mr. William Hill. Mi.-* Hcnaltaehell The paroni.-“es were Mr* O. i• White. Mrs Sabina Lean Mrs K. T Mi Lvov The Alpha Xi Itelta girls are- Mr. gnret Hurt tiurda llaeliell. Helen Smith. Velma Koderfer. Kdlth Mer cer, Arabella Marvin. I’amella Scon, Josephine K|ff>chi. Kthel Mi Milieu Abigail Leaned. Itnrbara Hurt. Mar garet iirttnin. C.irrio tlordon. Mil dred Meriwoather. (irjee Coffman. Martha Cox. Klizabeth Morg.in, Ha net Alexander, Joy Taylor, Alary I Joyce. Luther Leanue of Z'Cn Luther.'* Church To Meet New Member* Thursday Evening. The l.mher Icaeur of Zi.-n church will conduct an open meeting Thnrs da\ • inning \ reception will he ten ilereij thi»o conitrir.i d on Halm S jn dm iin.l lien 1 liintu riot will «t« 11\ ,.n addn ss on He subj. i i a Boy ir | i he Army " * _ __ . 1 BRIGHTEN UP j YOUR HOME P j WITH U jj j NEW WALL PAPER | • f >ttr li»u* i> now n'aJv t<*r *«**'/'<•«/// ony^ inspxvtion. VVtf tit yi, 1 8 more \.irii\l .i>v»rtiiK*nt lh.ni e\cr Ivtntv. VI’ V g l! .in i'M m.iitor to finJ sonuMhinv: suit- • 1 g .ti’!.* I<>r .*:i; it'.mi in \our home. \^N/'J g Vr extend \ ,i all a special 1 J invitation to crtt.c and look j oxer our nftrinip You will ,] he pleased wnh our method of >3 showing Vail Paper. If you have a room or an g 'Tit.re hou*e t» raper corre tn S jj and let our Mr.' Mershrod jj I make suggestions. Hr has t made the Vail I'ap. business S 3 a life studs and will hr able to E • how xnu some prcft« emuh.- I' C nations, suitable for Parlor, L 9f>imrg Room, living Room, Hall or li ,1 Roi na L »Wrs: 3c, 5c. 6c. 8c, 10c, 12* ,c. 15c. Etc. | SPECIAL 31 lvirge Double Standing Office Deal*. I Medium Iron Office Safe. jj I luw \\ ere ' PalacE fj UNDERTAKIM'* a 1.104 and | '■«>« | Main Si root ■“ - - - - *.