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Publlf* »a Dally. K*c*pt Sunday. by th* Intel ligencar Publlahtn* Company. T*rma Par T*ar. by Mall In Advam-e Daily. <» Day* Per Weeki. 1 >«*r. loin pally. SI* Manilla. . j «w Pally, Three Month* . ... 130 pally. Three Day* Per 1V»«.*09 Pally. Two t>ay* Per Week. ».o 1) Pally <>n* Month.. «• Weekly. ona Year. In Alvanio. ;..,o Weekly, 81* Month*.... .to CTHK I NTEClalOKNCKti. emhrann* t»A *. \ .ral odltlon*. la entered :» tho 5nat0ff.ee at Wheeling. \v. Va. .1* (•nd-tluaa matter J TELEPHONES*. | Editorial r^oroa—Ball.. *31 Kultorlal Itooma—National. *31 1 f''.untlnic Tt-voma—Mall.. S3! Crunt'nc .‘.ooma—National.. 123 Ts-a Intalll(an<-ar rarelvaa b-n*» t*ia lav an-1 nl«h* aervlc* of In# A vajclatvl Praaa | Friday, May 23, 191.1. republicans control wheel ing. Republicans of Wheeling gained an other sweeping victory yesterday •Major Kirk has been reelected by, an overwhelming majority Control of the Hoard of Control, andwif both brnr> hes of council remain In the hands of Republicans While in on** or two cases, the personal popularity of IJemecrntlc candidates has given them a highly complimentary vote, on’ tho whole, the result is a distinct endorsement of the city administra tion. and of the Jocal Republican or guuiuation. laical elections as a rule arc not decided us definitely on party lines as elections of uationul importance, j Nevertheless the Republican party In Wheeling had strong claim to tho loyalty and support of the voters For j nearly twenty years this u Republican city admlnisi ration l>ur:ng all of that time it has had a clear Republican majority in Council1 and most of the city s administrative officers have belonged to the same patty. A party is tested by the ad ministration It gives a community, Bnd measured by that standard tho Republican rartv had nothing to be B.'harard of in the administration of the City of Whdbling It has given this city an economical city government. < It has provided n splendid lire do-’ parttnent and improved wat' r service, a cheap system of street lighting, and on the whole an efficient police de parttnent at a minimum expense. It has undertaken and carried through many important works, such as the improvement of the water I ant, the building of tho creek bridge, the re-hab'.lltatlon of thu health d< 1 artmeot, and an extensive program of street Improvement now under "•ay. It has done all these things wlthou' fmrossne heavy burdens upon the tax payers, and it has done them w ithout I scandal Mere ana trere :n tne ndmlmstra tion of the city affaire have been fault*, hut these faulth have not been glaring nnd have not been many, tin the whole the administration of thiv city during the past twen'v year, would compare very favorably with the administration of any other ctty or political organization In the mitm Plate*. and In many respect* it hue been far superior to the administra tion of any o'her city in \v. st Vir Fima or In this section of the coun try. For these reason*, the voter* of tVheellnc were en'iro.y Justified in extending a into of confidence to tl e Republican party and in br.nginc about, continued Republican admlni tratlon MAYOR KIRK ENDORSED The overwhelming majority by which Mayor II I,. Kirk w;,. reelected. Is not only a splendid testimonial tft his character as a man. but a ren tri able ertdenre Of the popular apprec la»lon of faithful and efficient public servire Mr Kirk ha* held the mayoralty office a few month* filling ran the un<xplred term of Mayor Prhm.df Iri th if short time, how ever, he fas had opportut;.fv fhe hind of stuff h< has demen*»rfo,| hi* ability a* an «v ec .five and *» an orgarl/er. and tie over has -.down such d»-v,.r| ,n t,, duty as to merit thg appreciation of aj| JT^fvj ri'7^n« I* is rot e'ten «hat a ' tcirg man rises ln*o * prorr..nent posltp rt w *h the ra; id *y and utid.-r the circim Starce. that Mator K "■ tv* |t |* sufficient to say -ha- he has met ever em»rgenrv and mad- - »j T -vt he has a** itr.sd If jg.fianf reaponsltitll ties and discharge,) fh,.m rapt.by frder t s rriar.agt merit '.,r 'be r,.,t four - cat. - r. . - Rnt of pregret e ard er. r. mlral j,.frr.!r. Is'ratlen for the rfty t.f Wheeling There mtnv ft in?.- ,» *.»! he done In this r;r, There „f„ m,nr Improvements »ha* w„ -.ht-uid ha-.e O.tr bonded Indettedn.s. |, ... and We o.|gt • f jf.pcr t l Inereaso ft fr.r the p.rpt.-e „f -.syng t • "> r ! ' . | A •*1 . . . tectlon against floods, filtration, more and better play ground!!, better light ing and sewerage. All of these things will require money The proper expenditure of that money will require business tal ent and Integrity. Fortunately we have in the new Hoard of Control all of the elements that make for wise administration We have honesty, experience nnd character, and the citizens of Wheeling can safely under take an elaborate program of public improvement, knowing that public In terest will be mi well eared for and well looked after. THE WEST VIRGINIA MINE INVES TIGATION. "ext Virginia mine conditionx it seems are to be investigated by a committee of the I'nitcd States Sen ate The committee on labor ami education to which the Kern resolu tion was referred has amended the same, providing for .1 most sweeping Investigation and has reromtnrnded its passage. While neither the Sen ate nor anv other body outside of West Virginia, lias any pnwt r to enact legislation hearing upon West Vir ginia mining renditions, the result of such an investigation will he awaited with keen Interest merely for the pur pe>.» of learning the spirit in which the investigation Is 10 be undertaken and carried on. nnd the findings there from. Already the conditions among • 1 " m tiers of ihis state have l>. i n in vrstigatrd by a thoroughly competent commission appointed by the Gover nor of this state Its mi mhers were men who were not partisan# of either the miners or the operator*, but desir ous only of ascertaining the truth and laving It before the public The re port made hv this eon mission has been published, and It reveals no con dition of affairs that in any manner reflects upon the public officials of Helled down *o 1:.- essence, the fight between th*. miners anil th- operators Ir. the southern coal fields of West Virginia is -implv a figh' for unionism not a fight for better wages, not a fight again** intolerable working c«>n diMons. not a fight again t jieonage hut simply a straight up and down fight between unloni-tn and non union ism Whatever mav in. the opinions of individuals concerning the titles tion of unionism. 1t is certainly no’ the part of the officials of this state to ln'erfi-re or take part in such a contest. Ail the i.ffii ia!- r»f this state have aftemp'ed to do .,u ihcv will attemid to do is to enforce the law and maintain order T'.io situation in West Virginia :« farther aggravated by the ;,n t tp ,t so many of its impor'.in' mines in rii« southern section are owned by men who dent have their homes In the “'ate In this respect West \ irg Tii.1 suffers f-otti absentee land lordlsm !' «ome of th» millionaires in I’hila d* i hit. IP won ar.d N» vv York win are draw ing f .♦ revenue* from tlu-.r West Virginia mine*, were compelled t»! <<rr>- 'P’O We-t Virginia and live to ; «■ th* ir 1 om< * <mong the men w hos< -iltor • ’jot * vp.'ot*. a better e*itt •1 M 'n of affairs might cv.st in those ■eg: lot* VESTF»DAVS ELECTION T «■ gratify rig f* a'tire of the citv terda • its freed.,n Horn persona if.oh, and '•hi «• Save t*.r Ho- effort to «*-•> * at.. Mr I.oy'nd with the pra>ttre. "f .'f .in i"divdua|s for wh»m hr has in no iti.e responsible The *. ■ art of a c .... ... And their friends "a- rem rkabiv el« an and frienri The jicrsona. i 1 »r.o ter . of h . 1 to* . Hidldatea f..| the Various f If v offiers sir,, high and t'. ir *ot»du»* commanded the reap.-.' of voter general!* |* |« n > rede. * on up»'t tn»* nt'-n who were defeat..d *‘.a' 'het failed < . reelvo ., msli.ruy '■ *'e V r.*.»s I In ever, rr.r'es * *f.ore must ho a loser a- uo|| as s w nti.r, and fr.ffilonMjr th* forrea and II|"umc'.4 that bring about th.- . ... I M h of * * < ina■ and dofoat . f ar.o' her ’.• ® UNCEE WALT: The Poet Philosopher. • ^ • e. • ..*.*. ,fl oiled ur IKhf ' ’lr, ""’*rr whrrr ,f ' N*«l *»«Med and oiled up i s Katngs and t ghfened ,» screws, and now I shall p ish Tiir t i. i u " fl11 d,s"h^d <"d »r> *o imagine its THF. LAWMOVf.k g,.oj f«r mv thews | keep ,t a gmng new . . *H ’ ' ',,,w s|,,wer an hour in the evening an trust.! , H ”fcd ,r\T" "" f,’n ’ f’f m' " 1 ™ 1 *reen ">"* r. n, trustlv old mower ha* shingles the lawn | VB1j ro fh, .awhrtnrs Sav i wr , -h a- > | * gwtrrng fa* tl I , , ... h. 'I ' "n *‘”rJ 'oull alwjrvs g*t Vf. r and farter for lai k or hard labor that s wins hurting %.,,i,e , f„rfh br „ ^rrinfPr or wres»ler o* rowe* m- w vour own gra s till voU harder vour hrawn And tha* whv I *w<ar with ir>\ Iinghystej mower mv fu*sV old ftiower tha* h.ngl*. the lawn I »**nt to f,av *rale this morning and weighed me | hoped | had lost s,v,n „f grease. ala k and *'V ' »vcd me I'd . . md | tailed the roll. - Vv Oil ,s >,r, d am vm sprits are lower I hoped to ►* |er and fleet a . fawn hut now I am done wfh the • wer. tl ming greet wl ket ma g*..w ..n the lawn V'wj » ki . rgo Matthew Adam , NEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY “ --- • By E. J. Edwards How General Devens l*ut Friendship Kefore Ambition. * «»eorge u Komnson. wnc served for many years as a membei of Congress representing the Spring : flt'l'l. Mass , district, and who was . prominently suggested for the Speak I ership of the I»wsr House at the be 1 ginning of President Arthur's admin ' 1st rat Ion. gained his great and really national reputation by the brilliant 1 campaign which he made as candidate for Governor of Massachusetts against ' Benjamin K. Butler Mr Kobtnson used to describe him self as u country lawyer Ilia home was at < hlcopee Mass . a few miles north of Springfield But It was the country lawyer who made the brll ltant and successful campaign which destroyed General Butler's political power In Massachusetts. Sortie time In the year lb*l! I met Mr Robinson as he was entering his hotel at Washington I saw that he seemed especially pleased. Ho said to me: ' Governor Long has done a splendid thing " lie referred to John I> Long, who was afterward Secre tary of the Navy In McKinley s cnbl , n**t. and who was twice elected Gov ernor of Massachusetts while still u very young man. 1 asked Mr. Robinson to what he referred, lie replied "He has up : pointed General Devons a justice oi the Supreme Court of the State ol Massachusetts. Did you ever heat General Devens speak?" I confessed that 1 had never en joyed the opportunity. Well, you have missed he irtng an locator whom I regard as without a superior In the t'nlted States." Mr Robinson said J have always believed that had General Helens been willing to devote himself to orator) he would have gamed a reputation fully equal to that of Kdwnrd Kverett. I am very glad that Governor I*otig has appointed him a Justice of our Supreme Court, and I am especially d id because I am one of the few per sons who know What General ie-v • •m, loyalty to his superior and hi nohility of character were at time "hen he was attorney general in the caldnt of President Haves I think It was about half wav in Hays' administration when a * •».« > occurred »n the bench of the l ulled states Circuit Court for th di-trtct of which Massachusetts wa a part Pr. sident Haves of . ..ur>. dtetded ti select a prominent X* w r.ngland lawyer for that vm-aitov ; General Devons w as vi rv Mronglv recommended, i think Lo'th of the .Massachusetts Senators, Hoar and Hawes, urged General Iievens' ap pointment President Have* inti rrated that ho was ready to make the appointment of General Iievens. al though he would do that with a sense ot sorrow because h« would in that way lose a very valuable cabinet , member 1 have been told that the Presi dent suggested that the Massachu aetts Senators call upon General Dev • r.i and ask liltn if be would be willing to accept appointment as 1 tilted States circuit Judge. Whether they were asked to do that by the I resident, or whether thev went of their own accord I do not know, but 1 do know that they asked General I 'evens if he wouid be willing to ac appointment as clr« ult ’udge of the I'niled States Circuit. He told them that an appointment of that kind filled the measure of his profes sional ambition. There was nothing lie said, which would give him gnat er personal satisfaction than to serve as 1 tilted States circuit Judge. He wus told that the President was ready to make the appointment, al though he expressed a sense of sin cere regret that In doing so he would lose a cabinet officer whom lie SO highly esteemed, and that It had beep his special hope that he should retain General Iievens In bis ofilclal I iamlly until his admlnlstration was i ended. I Well, said General llevena In re ply. If that is the way the J’resident feels, I shall stay with him until the <wl of his administration, murh as 1 should like a plage upon the I nlted States bench.’ I have been told.'' continued Sir. Itobinson." that the President ex , pressed himself very warmly and ap preciatively when he heard what Gen eral Iievens said. Well, the opportunity to serve as a justice of an important court has • rue. just as General Iievens has re tired from President lla.ves’ admin istration I strongly suspect Gov ernor lung was told of thi , instance < f persona! loyalty and devotion Which led General Helens To remain in Ha>e.s cabinet, greatly as he would have appreciated appointment as Justice of the I nlted Suites Court." H '’PJright, KM.:, by K. .1. Edwards. All rights reserved.) lomorrnw Mr Edwards will tell of l b- Man Who Was Responsible for Atlanta. Ga." •i" I nr I<1< n'.tl and hay.* no direct con l n— ’mn with or hearing upon the in dhl.luil worth of the candidate* them The sioglt , ml lm deni of campaign wa* the introduction *n,o It of a semi religious issue, nn •" of a kind that should ho avoided In c— *ry election However It Is too n. nh to expect that non will always • s* P«rate tbeniscU s front feelings ami If.lief* that move them deeply. (It, tile whole, the peopi. of \\ heeling nr. to he congratulated or: the result. SCHOOL FESTI IT.ES. j The .apt weeks of s< hoot year for ___ • merly meant worry about examtna ,tonM *n«l promotion* No r the que tion noorns to he a* to whether the <ire»» makers are petting tho gowns rlgh und us to raising the funds to pay the dance orchestra School young people ure m> n and women of the world now Girls with short -Sir!* do up their hair ltk< u-r..wn women, and you must call them Miss, or you will seem very awk ward to their experienced minds. r\hiie there may he ,,n element or 1 r. oeity in this chance. <• is a pleas ■■ ■ ’ tulterated fun i the win: folks sd out of their social Nature Shaped Shoes \Yi: M\KE \ CARER T . STChU I) |l C.IAI'IA ( >1 Mlo|.:|\(i <.(>RR| ( i | Y | HE GROWING FEET OF CHILDREN. I MIOIS FORMED TO V! LOW Till7 I >01 \(, El l T IO (,Rr »W \l . \(, \ \n p w I I INF.s. \|\| irmKIV»—Dl'n\i!|FIT I COMFORTAHn. AND FORF.STA! ! AM Ml) I All FI II RE FC )( >| | Rf >1 ’RLE. FOOT FORM SHOES FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES. H\YI \ (Z \RF l\ SI:! F( ;j‘l\(SIIOI ^ I Op | in < Mil I )R| \—\| | ( »\\ AM AM ) I.YT.RYHf >1 )Y Id I 11 I HIM. \M < \RRY SPECIAI SIR »L‘S I >I;SI( .Ml t TfM.ORRici TI'RNIVi ANKLES. SPECIAL DEPARTMENT FOR THE CHILDREN ' SATISFACTORY SHOES. 1047 MAIN STREET.WHEELING. I i 'FRIDAY BARGAINS SALE! J A Series of Money Saving Events, Any One of Which Will Pay You for ]|j } The Lowest Price We’ye Ever Named J For Such Handsome Embroidered Robes i 0 Full Dress Patterns consisting of Embroidered Flouncing for 0 Skirt, plain material for Waist and Matching Bands for trimming: 0 White Voile Robes, embroidered in rich Bulgarian <1*0 QET 0 color combinations, worth $5.90 to $7.50 each.. vO«t/0 0 White, Pink or Light Blue Embroidered Mull Robes, shaped skirt. 0 easily transformed into Spring styles, worth $15 OCT 0 and $18 each. Your choice, Friday, special._ a ■ SALE OF PETTICOATS 0, Choice of a table of Satine 0 Petticoats in solid American A Beauty or Emerald Green; and A? Black-and-Vrhite stripe Percale ? Petticoats in extra sizes. Regu- f lar 08c values selling fTfl — 0 Friday at. OifC 0 -- f SALE OF CAUCOES < A case of light ground Shirt- 0 ing Prints will crowd the de- 0 partment. at the 0 sard. OC A SALE OF CUSHION SLIPS 0 An Art Department offering a of imported ruffled Cushion J Slips, stenciled in rich color J tones in floral de- rtA 0 signs. 75c values... 0 A J A SALE OF TAR BAGS f Dust-proof and Mooth-proof a white tar impregnated Coat i a Bags for storing Furs and f Woolens. Regular 75c values. 4 Closing our Friday 48c 4 SALE OF SEWING THREAD a Again Friday we offer the J celebrated John J. Clark's six 4 cord .Machine Thread under f price. Sizes 50. 60, 70, white 4 only—TWELVE 5c spools for 4 45«*, or the spool 4 0 each. 4 -- 4 SALE OF HOSIERY 4 Ladies' full seamless Lisle 4 Hose in Black or Tan. Triple 4 heels and toes, wide garter 0 hem. Slightly imperfect, 25c a the pair value. Spe- -| /A a cial Friday. 1UC 0 - 4 SALE OF HEARTH RI GS 4 Drummers’ samples of fine 4 Vi'ilton Rugs in sizes 27x72 4 inches. Handsome, well-wear 0 ing Rugs, regularly worth $4 00 0 each, choice Fri- (T*-* An a day special at... tpl*tfO SALE OF PILLOWS Fifty pairs of art ticking cov ered Feather Pillows—sanitary’, dustless, odorless. $1.50 the pair values. vOv Friday Sale Of Cloth Bound Books ! For Boys and Gr!s--40c Values4 The best illustrated, printed and hound books you have ever A seen sold at the special price. \ Hickory Ridge Boy Scout Series—by Douglass 4 Great hiLV ^d“r,nS? Te“ A Each with addenda describing * * ”'*e Woodcraft Animals. Bird*. Reptile* Tree*. 4 Pathfinder The Faat Nine Fish, etc. p ’ e* 9 Camp Fire and Trail Series—by Leslie 4 Th^tLinA ^or*,t Flre ,n Csmp B.g Sunflower ' The Strange Cabin With Trapper Uim 0 Rivals of the Trail Lo#t In the Great Swamp a Mrs. Laura T. Meade’s Books for Girls $ 2,^y>.?lri «Girl Frorn America Choice of awa a Wild Kitty Sweet Girl Graduate these titles 'IL. 9 Sue A World of Girl, .pedal ZelC 4 Po"y The School Queens Friday at.fcdW r SALE OF GAS MANTLES SALE OF PONGEE SHIRTING [ Choice of either upright or Soft finish mercerized Pongee 4 inverted style Gas .Mantles Shirting in pretty color stripes. 4 MA^TLHS F,i“r *1 a ° wih*'"* 4hX 25c t .r ... 19c r",y:. Fnaa.v.5pc; 15c J r -—- $ # 2-quart 65c Aluminum Sauce Pans—40c; 4-quart $1.15 Preserving Kettles, 70c $ f .. - _ A :GEO. M. SNOOK CO | doing* They have not vet reached ! the stage when it is good form 10 crit i lcifH nil things and admire nothing ' They can still donee to a piano if the , shoe! hand orchestra can’t be hail. In so far as people can retain that I attitude, they remain young, but in ; so far a.-- they drop it and always see defects, they lose the priceless gift of youth. The women are complaining be en . •• the men remove their coats while at work, but anyway the men don't come down 'o the ofll< o with holes In their shirts. How- ;..nc will these college Students without decent but tine and holding records no permitted ’o take their d* grees with the rest? • Insti .id of striking such a fuss about those stol'-n bottle-hip plans, why don'* they got busy and steal some other power’s? Scrre'arv I’.ryan bisn’’ >■’ had to ask I’ungre-s to give httn something to do trt',c up h - time B. & 0. CHANGES NEW F A ST TRAIN PUT ON TO NEW YORK AT NIGHT. Other I" ro^tanf Ch-inge* W I G» nfo Effe't Sm*:**?— $»»n*rr»er Scheriuf# Effects*. • T • t% * • i| t< e<M IfitO if* f* • r»f I -I • • ••mi tin f'ut j«> I i« h* • m i » r . « .| l*» ?h»- |> .v »> rt»U« f ••• *• •• • .• tr «t. import nn* . h«n*. • h -« I *i »% * I • ■ -fi*-' .. f .1 rf f* ♦ 't<* |i« ! tr»«’ • .. y * f«)if t# »*1 « f ,.f f • $■4 • »* f * »• ¥?*••« . t , », ; n n«f % ft,, r. *«- tr m if * ?. 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June 15-21 1 Don’t Fail to Come. ^ ^ r- ' *rWicJLJ,p' n — «*' 1 I • ' m , * 111 nrri\c At : II •• f.Vl. «k. 1r> :e HrHcrp irt ’ i< m u li| »•«. . h*«» *r»i ».» No. 1. ;ifr| ml nrrlv#* nt i jn i * », rrfi i» e .t Mi lac# p.-rf ' * » •« k p. in , att| nrri\#» .«? .• '•« !•»« K. • »* Mim^f **f * tinner** in thn I" Hf. « * hr«l ;!#• th.* ’a# i • 1 c t *■ iM** Imf r >v. fl nni i! • • ' a * . * nflr. Hi'i rnvnl of th* r» • f« r,» * 9 *? .»t **• ft«*n. n* If '»*rin tf» f f lt lUtit* of tV* .* r* t« *f MEN DISCHARGED Notice* to Thi» Eft*;, Potted to Plant of foterpnae Erum»l Co. ■ n Bellaire Yeaterday. Nutt • •> worn ponied In fho In • rci eeamr| pi in'- nf i • Knfrrpri i • ' * ■ i n •• at Ml* ' "t " ,ll«* .ff.Tt that ;i!1 I ':<• mi I oiti( ni.-| in th«- hum ng department I* l *. f.i.it i. note dl*rh irpeil Mr I ipphanlf, one of t'u* officer* • ■ I • • • ft o' t!i. , nun im m l |rarne*| o' ih" |i , fiiioii* i f tt »■ burner* *o ormn to I not..*! ami become affllpifc.l with tlio Inmii an Perl*-rp * ton of fatbor II *ta,r<l further that 'h»* company '•«tMr,| on an opr n ‘hop ar.1 f■ • t ii *i r*- mon the men wore dirt li.-irsc*! The cntir- plan* will Ik* «omp. I. I »<• -ti-pond o|.» ration* »n.| .-lhoti' flu •-r p-\ hundred m* n ard women will l - Urn w ii - :11 of rmpleoi merit \*i ,irr*r£i*-ii. i.f* l air Peon n -*t* a* i* I '•*r fhr ..pomurn of the fac'oru a ar.l i .*• ini'' ’• r Mil; prohohi I.. ort'led lo a few day* The humor* ,,f f h i. ron-palU hell H n.irtlnt *rie*«| ,1a«# aao for the .. "f or* inirlna a union hut 1-0 definite I Il.-Ti wan f.ihen »f ihl* rue of Inc * * I AM.- i • >t*u Im*\ n>«*rr |Nij*«4er jimp I ih, Uhl I A.ni fit,. fh» ,lrn~ %h .»* *. ii »• f it,. m.l " .« >o M i*. thrrr t it J,n h Ho*. ** Tr«i.r><r»*l. ST. JOHN’S Brotherhood of North Street Church Elect* Officer* For *rr Year. The Si John * ftroOe-rhood of tint • M K ihureh he i th -,r atinii.il meet in,; for . k , rmn of olTi * \ *»r dc f h» fo. >o» :Ttc m^'n* lwTo lielliK r|:„v n IT.-elit -tit. Rlrl ■>d I I'li'intnK ain » ... president. ti'U'r **i’” •rrii'Up, i hr R Otto; , Tea ,i r, I'hitr ' f o Kindi* hrr*ir; , ' »l" \ Wilson. Halihmmi, if’!n, s Turner Tt «-».• r.finer* w i| 1 " tor aiali, in*■ ill- • > in offlre a* ilio r<*'i r i ’ nrrh r , r--*f Sunday * ,er.ru: following the . . r„ ., delightful I |i.oni|U«' war •■mi.I during whirl* "l I!’ow pr -riii d- Hi red short J 1 k on ihe work of *hr brother ■ 0,1 In * i#- p-i«f ail w ore , erv n : 'Ir n their predtrtior.i* of fu* f ' l|«'f f’ -in ■ «« rf» ,i »n • *nt *,«•.! for m#* '• 1 f* «lnftnt ?ho i fim'im fuinur^f w hif!» w iH N’ 1*-rf fo ,i fivTifTiit,0*f o?i n*w tthftph u.l! tw .•i>i»n1rf« if» r Masonic Funeral No ce The member* of Hriderport f «*difr. No. 1M. | . and >1.. ire hrrrh* notified to meet at ■ heir hill, f rida> e*rninff. Mat --’.at p m for the litirptv of attending the 'uneral seraiee of our de rt.i*ed brother, l»a,id Tam jHin. Member* of Si-ter I odcew trr eerdtall* intited to meet with us. Kit* order nf the H. M. JXMKs i ON. SC'\.