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HESS Underwear Now! It will keep you warm and comfortable. Hess Special Union Suits $1.00 and S1.50 C. HESS & SONS Men's ? Wear. 1321 Market Street CATF^JIGH | Wl'l Basket Ball Season De v 21 ? School Will Save Two Teams. The 1 'athedrai High school basketball' team is now being organized unci wil 5?1r>" its first games of t.'ie season De cember -1 when a but t !?> will bo staged with the aggregation representing t!ie Uellaire High school. The i 'athedrai will haw two* teams again this year ami as they have some exceptionally good material to pick from it is expect ed they will make a great showing "lur ing the season. At Rellalre on the 2lst. ' the second team of the school will play' a preliminary game. r~ PUNTS AND PASSES^! r- ? -<3 j Sunday afternoon at Ray laud the W. I A. footballers lost one of the most riinllmg games ever staged at that ;>!aee although the score stands for a victory for the Ohio boys. The W. A. C. if tin ? i-serves as m??-h credit for the plucky ( tight as the victors deserve for their vic-i '?>ry. It was weight against pluck and i ; ii?- w.-lght won. \ ONLAST LAP Sw i.il to iU't'KilAN.VuX. W. Va.. Nov. 2". ? UVsieyans football team, elat-j.l over lis -howing against 1'enn arrived home at; noon yesterday with not a single man' ?'"'ii slightly injured and today will Two People ? One in Evansville and One in Richmond Cured Long Ago, but Still Praise S. S. S. for What It Did for Them. i Mi*. J. K. le-llan. of. 1" x "tuifriu street. ; Uiciimotid. Virxir.ia. was cured of ?'a iH tIi several y-'irs -ic.- :<iiil- wrott' us r-. '?'?ntiy: YY-'i ' k.tit'W I had v-.-r <'nt:irrfi at ail no\v? I know there1 r\" remedy like S. S. S." Mr. >',<?>. ! c'arr. ? -?>!? Kdjrar stro ?!, Kvansvilie. Indiana. was likewise eur? il of Catarrh many >? ars ami he re cently wriit*' ::: "I at:: well and all right and ;????: j tine. Still ra!:i from one to r vvi > hottJe.s ? ?:" S. S. S. each S;>rini; ???r the Blood. at;. I 1 : !? >r. r kimw anything better I'uaii S. S. S. I don't have any mot e pimples ??.th*T. .v in well and ?>. !\. -i : i. i s lit a : "A ? ! i.." A h"s" .? i;!iv>- <.-ur ? mi !?. ih>- m-the<i. purifyim; ami st T'ltK ? i" tr tiu lit.:;- 1>1 1 w itd S. S. ari.i th-r- l-. ena": ..im; '? ?? Blood t<> drive >>llt t!i ? r.c rri; jjortns. I'at.itT.t ;? i t?I?.".?l -Usea.-' and ??> ?-.-i ri?i of it p-.-r mamn: ly .-.???n haw ir? ?: strenff.ivn a n> t ; ? * : f i r"y y>>:ir i ?!?><?? i. The s.;:is..;: for ? "atarrh is here. L.OulC ...;f for ????!. is. i'on't take any chances tvtt.i I'.-i-i air! Stay in the open stir as muvi; as possible. Sleep in the open. iinU keep >"'it system ii[> t?> par !?y ta'iiitg S. S. S. I take chano.s with Ca tarrh. I( is danu> rous. What many people believe in l??? th?i disease ' 'atarrh is really v-nly a symp foni. The most common symptoms "f ?i.is .lis. as. in the system is an intlamed ami tender condition of the iircHthiiig passages and tile blocking of throat and tiosl ri:s with iiiurou!1. Hut this is uji'.v ! h- symptom ? *he .-u'is. is deeper. The .a i?- is in th>- and to permanent-: ty rid yourself of ctt^ disease take S. S. and purify your Blood. s. S. S. is a scientists blending of tnei extracts <>t" certain native roots :-u>d herbs which act directly on the blooi. Its action is to et*-Hiis* and purify "md strenjtth?'n the blood corpuscles so they litrht off diseas-. S. s. .S. contains no min?*rRl itiRreji eiits. and besides ? bein< tRc best blood purirler and builder is a wonedrful tonic. Write for our specially prepared booklet '?n ?.'atarrh. Also write Ud for Medl :al advice. It is free. Address Medical Department." i; Swift Building. Swift Speeif:. Company. At lanta. Ceonjia. He's oaught sight of our handsome new over coats! The finest fabrics the j world produces. Not expensive either! | Patterns ? exclusive- ! lv our own, and variety as wide as ever. Quality ? the same old ! standards of all - wool J and fust color. Geo. W. Fox! 1310 Market St. I EVERY MEMEK Or TEAM EN GOOD | CONDITION? EAST ROUND ING INTO SHAPE Signal Drill and Hour of Scrimmage j Praotice Features Yesterday's Pro. , | grain ? Pinal Hard Work Today. j [ Secret practice in preparation for the I I annual gridiron classic Thanksgi ving I between the Bellalre and Wheeling High1' j school? features the work out of tliei I < Jold anil liluo. Yesterday afternoon tun I I full squad was on the gridiron at the' 1 fair grounds for over two hours. one! | hour was spent in signal practice, and ' | the afternoon was ended with a like ses- j sion at scrimmage. j Kvery man on the team is in good con- I ditlon. Those who have sustained slight J injuries in previous games have regain-, ed their form of old and ari: eager for the Turkey day affray. While tlw.vha.vo' i never expressed themselves as confident! [of winning, anticipating the Uellairo team to put uj> a stilt' tight, ilsey. how-! ever, feel that without a victory tu wind; up the season would be not according t<> ' the Gold and Hlue custom. Today will see the final hard practice for the Gold and li I u? ?. <"oach Uroolcs ' said last night that rite work of this :tf- ' ternoon would he principally signal driil. ; while toward the clo?e of the afternoon there would be a short scrimmage prao- , tlce. Wednesday will see only a short; session of signal work. Final arrangements for the game are ? to be completed today, it was announced j last night by Prof. 11. H. Johns. Tickers, will be placed on pale and the announce-! ment of the selection of officers will be [ made. start on the two linal practices that wlllj end the practice sessions for l^ltS. Practice for the team will not be i:;t-| oroi:.< today and every man who started , the season as a member of the Simtl string squad will be out in uniform for j the first time in weeks. EDGWOOD OFFICIALS . ARE HELD TO 6E IN I CONTEMPT OF COURT JUDGE ADDI.EMAN HOLDS MAYOR j AND COUNCIL HAVE VIOLATED I INJUNCTION. Members of Coiuicil Pined $25 Each ? Sale of Bonds Not Required. Mayor <\ M. Crisweli and members of the council of the Town of Edgwood were hebl to be in contempt of court in a d' .-f i: handed down yesterday after- j u.;on by Judge U. M. Addleman in Part . II of circuit court in the case of State of W> st Virginia. E\ r? l Atlantic i:k*?- j ulithic c?>nipany \s. Town of Edgwood . : al. After handing down the decree on the | linai hearing on a rule for contempt, j .1 n<.i K' ? Addleman imposed upon the do- , t'? udants a tin* of and costs ?.?t the ! issuance of the rule, adding. Iiowcv r. | that the tine will be remitted in iiiej event that th- officials of Edgwood strike from the town books, at the next meet ing. all resolutions pertaining to litiga- j tion lietwfi-n the town and the Atlantic liithulilhic company over a contract j held l>y the larter for paving the main thoroughfare through the town. The eonteinpr proceeding was the out- ! growth of an attempt on the part of the j present administration a Edgwood o J approve conracts for paving with brick. | l>y contractors other than the Atlantic j Hiihulithic company, a road for which i tl" Atlantic Hithuiithic company had conraeted with a former adm inisi ration j for hardsurfacing. The contract with' the Atlantic l!it hulithic company was! dependent for its completion upon the J sale of road improvement bonds issued by the town which are held by present * officials of Edgwood to lie defective. ' In making complaint for ; rule, tie- Atlantic HithulUhie company i c> mpla itieii that the spirit of an injunc- J tioii order granted t>y Judge Addleman I restraining the defendants from interfer- ! i:ig with the performance of its contract v. iih tie- Town of Edgwood was such as ti. require the town officials to take all is step.- to sell the bonds h'-re- ? t.-t'ore an i horr/.ed by a \ ote <_? f the cit-j i/.ens of the town. Boad Sale Not Required. Regarding this point. Judge Addle- j man. in his decree, says : "Nothing is said in said injunction , order concerning the sale of the bonds. | The question of the validity of the; bonds seems not to have been before the ; Supreme Court of Appeals, and the J '"ourt evidently assumed that the said ( bonds were legally authorized and would be sold bv ? the said Town of j Edgwood. A fair reading of the Court's ' ? pinion wTtl justif> this conclusion. ! That being true, it can hardly be said j that the injunction order was intended: to apply to the sab- of the bonds. 1 1 1 se.-iiis to ne- that if our Supreme Court, had in mind the question of the selling! ? :f bonds, the injunction order would ; hay-- be- n so drawn as to leave no doubt : ;.s to what was intended, ft would have j Mated as clearly what the said Town of: Edgwood and its officers should do with ! reference to the sale of the bonds, as i it did what the said town and its oft'l- j cers should do with refedence to Inter-! feeing with the plaintiff's contract. ! "It is true that the sale of the bonds,! and the contract, are closely connected. [ but I am unable to find any satisfactory ' reason which would justify the holding j that the spirit of said injunction order; required the said town, through its of-, t'CTS. to sell the bonds in question." j Regarding the proportion that the! Town of Edgwood. through its officials, ; violated the injunction by interfering j with the plaintiff's contract, Judge Ad- < dieman's decree says: Direct Violations. "It appears from thu evidence that sonic time in June. UUfi, the council of I said Town passed an ordinance repurllat- j ing a resolution passed in October. 1312, ? relative to street improvement bonds. J and again in July, li'TO, said eonncll ! passed certain resolutions providing for ; the improvement of certain streets in said town, at least part of which were included in the contract with the ,\t. . lantic Bithttlithie company. I am of the opinion that these acts were in di rect violatirn of the injunction order. "It is true that during the hearing on ; this rule council revoked Its action in reference to the street improvement or o'inanee, but no action was taken with reference to the last mentioned resolu tions. Those resolutions are still in force and effect, and no effort has been made by the mayor or the members of ccuncll to repudiate or revoke said reso lutions. Hopes for Settlement. "I fully appreciate the serious condi tion of the litigants In this case, ajid I hope that some fair and equitable way might be found to adjust the matters In dispute, satisfactorily to all parties. I also feel that the action aken hy coun cil was done in good faith, and on ad vice of attorneys, and with no intention or. the part of council to openly defy an order of the Court. Hut my duty is plain, although unpleasant, f ani there fore of the opinion that the said defen dants have been guilty of contempt of the injunction order heretofore awarded In this Court." SOME FORD STUNT . 1 Car Acted as If yossess?d. Starts, Tunis I Around, Puns on Sidewalk and Stops. Why did this auto take a sudden nc- 1 tion to quickly sturi. swine around nnd! then run on the rid'-wallc as If it \v.?rej Possessed " Sii' h was the actions of a| i-V,ri ! tourinu o late yesterday if tor- 1 ?IO"tl. The ear had ii^en left standing :n j front of the Mendel c.?mp?ny undertal: itiK establishment. 1 1' 12 I'haplito street. hfjided north, when it suddenly swung aroun'1 atul stopped at risrhi angle of (lie sidewalk, hesitated an instant and start ed a 'toss th* walk, almost runnintr into tiie undertaking shop, when it stopped as suddenly as it started. "These Fords '?an certainly pull off some peculiar stunts," remarked on'1 of th" large crowd collected. The car bore a I'ennsylvnia license. The owner was from Kit's hurgh. hut w<c.ilil not give his nam" -|i..i s |je understand w<<n:< n?" 'Well. f!> had motley ? ?nee, an>i ie I, n..\v? ? l.ife. DAVE says: The cleverest and most original artists in llie world j are employed l>y the MANHATTAN SHIRT ! maui'aetnrers to create tl?c i distinctive patterns which; have always distinguished: the products of this conipa-j ny. And the cream of the; Fall and Winter designs ufj these high-priced artists a re j now on display at the KrausJ ; I'rof. il. 1J. Johns ol' the Wheel- ! | | ing high school, ami Prol'. Hiede of the Bellaire high school, at a conference last night selected the j ! officials l'or the Wheeling and ; Uellaire football game Thanks- > ! giving. Robert 11. Craig, of ; i I Beaver Falls, Pa., will umpire, j i anil James Cadigan, of Altoona, | i will referee. They also announced that ar- i ! I rangements had been made for : the disposal of tickets. Tickets ; will be placed on sale at noon ? . today, in Dankworth's Pharmacy in lJellaire. and Sclnliint's ? Phar macy of this citv. J PRACTICE FOR RUTGERS j WASHINGTON. Piu. Nov. 27. ? \V. <v ' .l.'s t'oi'lbull Irani Tiueltled down ti? wo r au.'i In today, statins the last, hard pra:*-j life before the Thanksj;ivini? Day Kimej with Rutgers at Now York Thanks- i triviiifr. Indications are that tlie I ; and Black will be able- to take its cnlir" tiriini Intact with th>: exception of ? Shields. ! The practice today wa? the hardest Monday workout the team lias had 1 1 ? i year. A stiff signal lirill was followed I i>jr a lonn practice in forming iiiterfer-i ??nee for th<* man catching jitirits and kickoli's. Tlenry. who save a tine exhihi-: tion punting Saturday was coached in this department this afternoon and showed to advantage. I KING'S "Credit Jewelers with Cash Price." A DIAMOND is a safe investment. Diamonds are constantly increasing in value ? ilicy represent a safe investment. A diamond is better than money in the bank. You can secure a beautiful diamond for a small initial payment ? because At KINGS You Use Your Personal Credit at Cash Prices. Diamonds, AYatches and .Jewelry sold on the easiest of easy terns ? a small pay ment down and $1.00 a Week Wear It Home. HUB p BUILDING 1322 Market St. Wheeling, W.Va. a SATISFACTION In STOUT TAILORED SUITS and OVERCOATS Made to your measure, tailored to please you in every detail, guaranteed to fit. LARGE VARIETY 3 OF NEW STYLES $18 $20 $25 Values that <-;i n u< ?t lie ex- i ! celled. MORTON C. STOUT &, CO. TAILORS 11th & MAIN. F. J. BALL, Manager. Jllilll 1 IMMIIHIIIMIHIMIIlHWII ilil' I) TWO MORE DAYS INDICATIONS POINT THAT MOEE THAN TEN THOUSAND WU.I. ATTEND. "West Virginia Backers Offor Waffors Tliat Score Will Go Higher Than That of Last Year. Two days more, 'lay after tomorrow, t.. be exact, and ai South Side park in Kairmonl we will hoar the Ihud of some thing that resembles tin- sound produced by a sledge-hammer striking h pump kin. In reality, however, it will 1m: the mighty toe of either Ttodgers of W. V. 1*. or Calac of Wesleyan driving the. pigskin down the- lleld for the initial kii-koiT In the annual West Virginia foot ball classic. Affording to all Indications a crowd of near ten thousand people will gather round the South Side park gridiron to wiiness this struggle. Wesleyan has won live games and has lost live. West Virginia has won four, lost two and tried two. The West Vir ginia team Is accredited by all as being the best t iat West Virginia has ever boasted. However tlietv seems to be a general feeling among Wesleyan men everywhere tlmt the team which all along has looked so strong potentially is at last going to exhibit Its real strength just at the time when it is to lie put to the crucial test in the last and most important game of the year. Hut even though it is reported that, tn some quarters West Virginia backeds are offering to bet that the score will go as high as last year, and even though there is every evidence in the past rec ords of the two teams that W. V. II. will have "easy sailing" to victory, still the crowd will be there, the interest all over the state will be even more Intense than last year and nowhere is there any indication that the game will fail to show its gradual increase in importance to all West Virginians regardless of their affiliations to one or the other of the institutions. The arrangements for the game are perfect. The best officials obtainable among the biggest Colleges in America] have been secured. Every possible pre- 1 caution has been taken that South Side I park's playing Hold will be in the "pink" of condition, and arrangements have even been made whereby a heavy snowfall the day or niglu previous would not seriously interfere with the contest or the conditions for play. Tn fact not even minor details of seating arrange ments have been overlooked and the stage is already set for this greatest of gridiron contests l'or West Virginians. REPUBLICAN GAINS IN WASHINGTON 1 Recount of Ohio County Votes Began Yesterday ? Only One Pre cinct Finished. I'elaying tlic* open in:; of the recount of the vole in Ohio county until yester day afternoon, on account of other bus- 1 ini'ss requiring their attention y ester- 1 day morning. ih?> Ohio county commis sioners yesterday were able to com plete i he recount in only one precinct - Washington disrict No. 1 ? yesterday. The recount in th;it precinct was a net gain of four votes for Sheriff -elect Howard 11. Hastings, two for Prosecu ting Attorney !?. A. McKee. six for As sessor Wiliam A. Ilankey and one each for Sutherland. Fleming and Robin son. At the close of the recount of this i precinct Attorney John J. Coniff. rep-1 resenting the Democratic candidates who asked for recounts, demanded an inspection by the court of affidavits for the precinct in possession of Clerk Ceorge W. Oldham. The affidavits were produced, and Attorney Carl Uachman, acting for Prosecuting Attor ney D. A. McKee, who was busy in j criminal court, entered a formal objec tion 10 examination of the affidavits by j the court, holding thai the eommission- . ers had not the right to examine thefi. "The commissioners have the right, to examine anything in their posses- 1 sion," President Lou F. Ilaller ruled, j Attorneys Ceorge C. Reneke, Charles J. Schuck. Henry A. Nolte. S. C. Smith. Carl Bachman, T. 1>. Foulk. S. O. Boyce. John .1. C'oniff. .1. B. Handlan. Charles Mahan and Arch Sawtell com-, pose the staffs of counsel watching the ! recount on behalf of the candidates' who demanded recounts. Attorney A. E. Bryant is serving as j official stenographer. Fred Edele and : Ceorge llanan were selected as clerks of the recount, mid John Singer and. Ceorge Sullivan were named to replace Ihetu as ballot guards. i TARE ACTION SOON ON SWIMMING POOL PLANS SUBMITTED TO STATE PAIR DIRECTORS LAST NIGHT. Referred to Special Committee Whicli Will Decide oil Proposition at Early Meeting-. tM'l'imta action on the preposition of building ? swimming pool at tlic fair K rounds will be taken soon. At a mi-'-l- I in k i?t' tlii.- board lit' directors of the] Wist Virginia State Fair Association. ; lasi night. Architect F. F. Faris suh-j inittod plans for the swimming pool and lor buildings necessary for the opera tion ?f this feature. These plans were; tentatively accepted, and tire proposi lirin referred to n special buildings and1 grounds committee which will hold a I meeting ai an early date in consider I the plans further and in decide positive- j ly nil lie- building of the pool. The directors were entertained at Inst ' nielli's meeting l>> U\ 11. Koch, at ihe| Mi I, lire hotel. Dinner was served at j r, i.Vlni R, in the usual faultless manner, i Mid lie- business session followed. .Tudge Ira K. Itoliinsnit of (irufton, I Republican candidate for (Sovornor at j the rfci-iit election, who was in the i city, was a gto-st of the evening. Those present included President j ? if-orge \V. l.utz, Secretary l.eri Swartz, | Archileet V. K. Karts. C. V. Hanch?*r, <>iin Sclienk. II. W". 'lee. \V. K. Stone, | K. M. I-', row tie, W. 1'. r.urruss, Ira 15. 1 Robinson, I I. \V. Mol.ure. |i. t\ ogden ! and \V. II. Ivocii. i Work on Pennsylvania's New Line Into I Greene Cotinty, Pa., is Progressing-. Another force <.f nun was put to worl; ! yesterday jading for lhe not? branch lino of ih. Pennsylvania railroad com pany which will run into Oreene county, 1 I'll., opening ii|" a new coal ll-lfl in ' h ?! , vicinity of i 'onncllsvilh . I'a. Grading is now being ? 1 ? >i i> east of th?; Terminal tnnri-'l and out 1 1 1 r. .11 1; 1 1 Fulton. About Iflo men a: i- now employed within the tfxt several days. The new road will connect with the \\". I.. I", which b< - longs to the I'ennsy. POLICE PICKUPS llarrj' I 'faffeiihacb and John [Cat wood, the latter of Moundsvtlle. staged a 1 1 v?? - l\ battle 011 Sixteenth street, near Mar ket. at midnight. The.v were rounded up b.\ Officers Sharp and Schuitze and were locked ti!> to await a hear inn In police e.ntrt this morning, .lane s Fanning and l-Yed I'it'tield. another pair of li^rh 1 ? r?. \wr*- run in by Officers Moran. Uriino Carneo, by ( tfficer Carter, was locked j lip i>n ;i disorderly charge, and 'William I ilervey. drunk. waS taken in by offleer Sjmil b. FATALLY BURNED. 11 1'XTINCTON, W. Vn.. iN'ov. 27.? Mrs. John Complon, aged years, is expected to ilic as the result (if burns sustained when her clot hint,' caught firo this afternoon. Her son and daughter-in-law. .Mr. and .Mrs. James C. C'ompton, were seriously burned while oxtitmuishini: lhe flames which enveloped her. ForConstipation m Health of body and health of mind. How can you have either if you are handicapped hy constipation, by the failure of the body's waste-disposing mechanism? t This mechanism is delicate and easily thrown out of gear. Wor ry, hurry, improper food and insufficient exercise cause con stipation. Pill-taking only makes a bad matter worse, because laxative and cathartic remedies, by weakening the natural processes of evacua THE GREEK IDEAL tion, tend to make constipation chronic. Nujol is entirely free from these objections. It acts in effect as an internal lubricant preventing the contents of the intestines from becoming hard, and in this way facilitating * normal movements. Nujol is bottled at the refinery and is sold only in pint bottles bearing the name Nujol and the imprint of the Standard Oil Company (New Jersey). Refuse substitutes ? be sure you get the genuine. Write to-day for booklet, "The Rational T ^atment lor Constipation." STANDARD Oil ^MPANY, (New J? Bayoane New Jeney OUT-THE-PIKE Mundt Puneral Yesterday. Th<! funeral of Mrs. August Mundt. whose death no urivil Friday at the home ?>!" ii daughter. Mrs. .1 oli ii Dolla, in Maynard. <).. wan held yesterday. Tin s.-rv ices took place at the home of Icr son, W i ] ! i;i ii i Mund!. on the touo church road. I n I ??ri?i<.-n f was in the Si"i >- Church cemetery. Oyster Supper. Final :>i iMiip'iiii'ius have been com- j plet.-d for jii. i lysi ? !' supper which willi he lu* Id in ill'' Pallas hall on Thursday . ? veiling. under the auspices ? ?|* i h<* M,? - j dcrn Woodman lodge of ilia! sect i . Refreshments of all kinds \v ill I"- s>*r* <? ' Box Social. A box social will Ik held in the i Morrison scho) hou.se liiis evening. A; feature will in- the musical and literary i program. The proceeds will go for the ; i>. netit of the school. I Authorized Pay Stations I Elm G-rove, W. Va. Tin- First .National Brink. State r..-.nk of Klin Grove. Eflgewood, W. Va. Edgewond Pharmacy. Fnlton, \V. Va. Hank of Fulton. ' Wheeling-, W. Va. Company office. Cor. 12th and Chapline Sts. Pay your electric light, gas and : water hills at the most convenient ! pay station, before the 10th of each 1 month, to save discount. West Virginia Traction & Electrlo Co. J City & Subnrhan Gas Co. E. E. KINO, Asst. Treau. Thanksgiving- Services. The union Thanksgiving services for the churches of West Alexander will be held on Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock, in the Presbyterian church. Rev. | II. A. Kiddie, pastor of the church, will 1 deliver i he address. Tin union service for the churches of! Klin Grove will l?e held in the First j Methodist Episcopal church at 10 j o'clock, I lev. Marry Robertson, pastor J of the I'hrisiiuu church, will deliver the i address. j Rev. .r. At. I'otter. pastor of the Vance! Memorial Presbyterian church, will de liver the address in connection with the Thanksgiving services to be held in the I. tuck ley Methodist Kpiscopal church. Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Adams runertvL At lie family homo in Park View, yesterday afternoon at - o'clock, fun eral services for the late Harvey Green Adams, were held. Rev. .1. IT. Hess, pas- j tor of the First Methodist Episcopal, church, of ISItn Grove officiated. In- 1 ferment was In Greenwood cemetery. American Guaranteed Paint At Factory Price II. V. Springer, Elm Grove, W. Va. Flay Manniugton. From nil reports n large crowd of s.ip-' porters will accompany the Trladelphia district high school football team to; Man nine ton <>n Wednesday afternoon. I I Entortainod Club. The members of the W. T. M. Club of Klin < '.rove, were very pleasantly en tertained last evening at the home of, Miss Corn Frnr.ier. on Liberty avenue. | Social Arranged. ? >n Friday evening. I'eceniber S. a box ; social will be held in the Rock Line school house, near Dallas, under the aus pices of the teacher and pupils of the; school. In connection a stcreoptican lee-, ture will be given by Prof. S. S. Jacob,1 dist rict superintendent. Dramatic Play Sepeated. The dramatic piny entitled "What* Happened to Junes." present eil last even-' big in St. Michael's school hall. Kdglng ton Lane, under the auspices of ,<t. Michael's dramatic club, was largely at tended. The play will again be repealed this evening. Ameriran Guaranteed Paint At Factory Price Louis Paul, Leatherwood Agricultural Meeting. The ntrriculpi'-nl meeting held list1 evening in the Peter's Run school house I under the auspices of the Pan Handle' Agricultural riul> was well attended. The principal address was delivered by! 1 oiint ? A gei.t I . S. i Villi. Will Be Candidates. The majority of the nr. sent '.ffieiri Is ! i ?of the town of Kim Grove will he can didates for re-election at the corning election to be held in January. Their names will be presented at the suggos tion meeting to be held Saturday even ing. Good Prog-ram. On Thursday afternoon and evening, a good program will be rendered in St. Vincent's school hall, Kim Grove, en titled "Rip an Winkle." Influx of "Workers. Tii? town of Triadelpltia wax over-run yesterday l>y people hunting places in which to dwell. .Men from various sec tions of the country are after work in j the proposed eonl mine which is to be , sunk at that place. I Donahue Club. The Donahue Club, of Kim Grove. W. ? are making arrangements to hold a | domino tournament at their he.adquar- i ters in the St. in cent's school building. 1 arious teams will t-nte r lite contest, en i I team choosing their own name, and prizes will bo hung tip for the winner. A I i-ominittce on arrangements is in charge i composed of the following members: I .Messrs: Dan A. Hile, Korbert 1.. Raken, Jos. J. Wagner, and C. Henry Kiefer. I Silver Social. The Loyal Daughters class of the First Christian church of Kltn Grove, j will hold a silver social at the home of j .Mrs. Hawkins, on Friday evening. Japanese Bazar. The ladies of the Christian church of I Kim Grove, will hold a Japanese bazar | in the First Christian church, Wheeling, ! on Thursday and Friday evenings, De- | cemher 7th and Sth. The bazar will open at 2:30 o'clock each afternoon, while supper will be served itt the evening from 5 until 7:30 o'clock. Illustrated. Lee true. On Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock Uev. Marry Robertson, pastor of the First Christian church. Kim Grove, will i give an illustrated lecture on "Pales tine." j William Harvey Injured. William Hervey. of Trladelphia. was i injured last evening shortly after ?! ?] o'clock at tli" Creighton Coal Company, mine, when Mr. Mervey's team became frightened and started to run as he was loading coal into tin.- wagon from the; schute. He was thrown against the [ schtite. sustaining injuries to his left side. Dr. John T. Carter, of Triadelphla. was summoned and rendered medical . aid. Mr. Hervey late last night was re- 1 ported to be getting along as v. ell as ' could be expected. Award Contract. The council of Fulton at a special i meeting: held last night in the towi: | hall. awarded the contract to Kimberlv j & Company to construct a bridge over i the creek at Seventh and Cenetr streets. Other routine business was transacted. Personals and Briefs. James Stewart. Jr.. will entertain a number or' his friends at his hom<? on i Ira craft avenue. Elm Grove, this ewn j in;r. I A roast beef supper will be held on .'Thursday evening, December 7th, in the liiickiey .Methodist Episcopal church, ! Kdgwood. , A social will bo held in the Triadel l pliia hiirh school Wednesday evening, i und?-r th<> auspices of the Senior class at lEdgington Lane. ! -Mrs. !:? '??rt Tomllnson. of the Wad j dington l-'arni, is confined in the < >hio [alley General hospital on account of 111 | ness. ; Jacob Hobbs has purchased a lot in ! Elm Heights Jhrough tne Frank and i Harrell Smith Kcal Estate Agency, Elm | Grove. ! Thomas Orr. of alley Grove, entertain : ed the members of the Dallas band at his home Inst evening. Mrs. Albert Dague, of near Sand Hill, who has be? n confined to her home on account of illness, is improving. i The H^ll Telephone Company is string ing several new ltDea in tho pike dis trict. Harrell and Frank Smith, real estate firm, of Elm Grove, has sold a lot in Elm Heights to L. Hart. George Bowers, of Elm Grove, who was arrested Saturday on a warrant charging him with stealing jewelry .will be given a hearing this morning at 10 o'clock, before Squire Chnrles Seibert. Bowers was released on bond yesterday. In Norway there is being built a plant that will produce 4,000 tons of alumi num annually. Now is the Time to Renew Your Magazine Subscriptions at McKeen's Sixty-six Twelfth St. Which Shall It Be? S15, S!8, $20 or ?22 as the amount you intend to spend on a good Overcoat? 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