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Will Sell or Exchange -On North Market st root-, near Seventh. a modern frame ut' reight rooms. Will -exchange tor gojul suburban property, Warwood preferred. HESSE & KIRCHNER CO. 25 ELEVENTH STREET. ~ Open Evenings. Both Phones, 471. Member Wheeling Real Estate Board. E DO NOT HESITATE To let us show you these unusual propositions. "SOUTH YORK ST.? 5 rooms and bath, lot 30x125? Price . . . .$2500 WAR WOOD? Lot 3,0x130 ? Price $ SOO L. A. ROLF AGENCY ! 30 14th Street. I Propertiee Managed, Monoy to Loa n, Genera? insurance. Member "Wheel- ; ~ ing BeAl ?a tate Board. BUNGALOW Steven-room frame bungalow, out the piko at 'ilenwond Heights. Hardwood floors and finish. French doors. Beam ceilings. Furnace ^ China closet built in. Fine large lot 50x250. Strictly a modern house. ; Price only S5SOO. ' , I . * . i Citizens Savings & Trust Co. 'i BAILING? REAL ESTATE? INSURANCE Corner Sixteenth and Market Streets. Both Phones, 498. ! HOME AT GLENWOOD, FOR FARM ! i . 6 rooms, bath and laundry, lot oOxHO. Handy to car lino, value 53.50?. "Will : trade for small farm. ' I ? THE FINANCE COMPANY * ember* of the Wheeling- Seal Estate Board Seal Estate and Eire man rones. - W. O. BRAND. JKamwrer Seal Ertate Department. A Out-the-Pik.'? Modern bungalow of 1 rooms, bath, pantry rollar Kjis and ? elcctricicv. front and rva r porches, on large lot. Price $-.000. \\ ill tuk? . ? a own. TUCKER - CSURILLA - CAMPBELL CO. a Open Ev?ning?. 1212 CHAPI^NE ST. Nat. 1064-X; BeU 710 Member of Wheeling- Seal Estate Board. 4 THE MIDWAY ADDITION TO McMECHEN , The unsold lots in (his hitsb Hass addition ar?> now own^d hv tho ? REID REAL ESTATE COMPANY Bell Pfccne 23. Boom 419 Schmulbach Blclg. : 5-Rooms 2 Good Lots In Warworn! $1,650 S.Nesbitt,Jr. Sixteenth and Market Sts. Both Phones. Open Evenings. FOR REM Xo. fit:-.-, f. 5 r?.? tits and bath. ? G??rtr:id?* A parttnmil. No. 121" Jacob, 1st. rtoor. ;? rooms and bath. No. 1212 Jacob , 2nd. fl^or, 4 rooms and bath. '? No. K*.?f f. L'rd. floor, 0 rooms and bath. Xo. .13 VirRirila ?tri-e', S fjorns and hath. Tatum & Caldwell Boom 4 City Bani Bid g. ??11 664. ^rational 664- X WILL SELL SM UL FARM .On pikcrvHil 1 1 ? ? t far from Wh?-'-IiKK n^ar t h" National 1 toad and oar liftv. m Ohio county. ? ?t'fTfd sit a r-asiutablo price or in part pnyni"ni <?!* a modern city dwell ins. Hpr?- is your ??pt>ortuni*y to dlKpoAc of your d\v?it!:i:c for a ni<v littln farm. JtALTf ff.M?" ?'? Third Floor Sohmuroach Hiflj;. National 621. Bell 1593-B R. J. McCULLAGH ? REAL ESTATE. Suburban and City Property Wheeling;, W. Va. " WE DO THINGS." Bell Phone No. 892. Natl. Phone No. 118. FOR sale three hundred Vt-'s <>:' Pittsburgh or No. 8 cofit on It. & O. K. It. drift mining. Price rea?ona.bl?*. For further informa tion sec J. G. FINLEY Real Estate and Insurance. S*n 7hOM 3S- JTat. Ptoae 2 . 1103 Scftmulbach Bldf. FOR SALE Six rooms, bath *r.d hall <07 North Wabaeh street. I "rice 52,700.00. Roderus & Wingerter 1609 5dmiuil>?cH BnilOiatf, nous B?U 1677; 27?V1. 078. FOR SALE j Property at Seibert's station, j Reduced to S3250.00. Six-room' frame dwelling; lot 30x120. Let; us show you. Security Trust Co, ! Agents . j | Bell 77 ? Telephones ? Nat. 904 ! Woodlawn Homes at j Exceptional Bargains -j f> rooms nnil hath ?."> 1 T :in l hath: modern K.50O | 7 rooms aiui hath: Karat;** 7. Ton 7 room* ami hath: KaraK'"1 - cars 7.5U0 7 rooms ami ha ill 6.800 j All vv?.'li located ami modern with j furnaces. All largo lots. Pleased to I show thos" hy appointment. PAUL-LOUGH CO. 1 19 Fourteenth Street. Ben 102. National 873-M. LATEST MAGAZINES Cott'is. Stationary. Post < 'ards. All sub scriptions rlll?".i at publishers lowest prices. direct to jour address. C. H. QUIMBY ? 1512 Market Street. j Plumbing, Heating and Fire Sprinklei Systems ! ROBT. W. KYLE CO. Now at 1518 Main Street. ! Get Our Prices Before Installing. ! I PRESIDENT DECLARES (Coctluno a from TirBC Pajro.) tors has made it impossible tc- in : crease the membership of the Inter state C oraraerce Commisoion. or to give It the altered organization neces I sary for its efficiency. The coriserva 'tion bill. which should have released for immediate use the nii.teral re sources which ;ire still locked up m the public lands, now that their re h'liM- is more imperatively accessary ihan ever, and the hill winch wou'd have made the unused water power of tiie country immediately available for industry, have both tailed though 'hey have been under consideration throughout the sessions of two Con gresses. and have been twice passed by the House of "Representatives. Extra Session No Cure. "The appropriations for the nrmy have failed, along with the appropria tions for the civil establishment of the government, the appropriation for t list military academy at West. Point and the general deficiency hill. It has appeared impossible to extend the powers of the shipping board to nnvt the special needs of ti)e new situa tion into which our commerce has been forced or to increase the gold reserve of our national banking systems to meet the unusual circumstances of the i existing financial condition. 1 "It would not cure the difficulty to ; call the Sixty-fifth Congress in extra ordinary session. The paralysis of ;ho senate would remain. . Tim purpose asul the spirit of action are not lack ing now. The congress is more defi t tritely united in thought and purpose fat this moment. I venture to say. than iit has I within the memory of any : man now fn its membership. ? Majority Powerless. : "There is not only the most united , patriotic purpose' but the objects meio i bers have in view are perfectly clear [and definite. Hut the senate car. not [a'-t unless us leaders can obtain unan imous conse nt. Its majority is power- ! | less, helpless. In the midst of a crisis jot extraordinary peril wh?<u only def- 1 jiuite .and decided action can make the J nation safe or shield it from war! D Doitble Your Money. itself. hv the agression of others, prthm is impossible. "Although as a mat tor ot fact the | nation and representatives ot the na lion should stand hack of the execu ; iiv?-? with unprecedented unanimity iatid spirit, the impression made abroad | will of course, be that it is not so a*i J | that oilier govern men's may act as 'I hoy i>l<ase without fear thai this srovernment can do anything at. al!. We cannot explain. The explanation is incredible. Helpless and Contemptible. "The senate of the United Stales is the only executive body in the" world which cannot act when its ma jority is ready for action. A Utile group of wilful men. representing no opinion but their own. have rendered [the great government of the United [States helpless and contemptible, j "The remedy There is but one 'remedy. The only remedy is that the I rules of the senate shall be so altered I that the rules of the senate shall be so altered that it can act. The coun try can be relied upon to draw the : moral. 1 believe that the senate can be relied on to supply the means of action and save the country from dis aster." At the same time the President au thorized the further statement that what rendered the situation even m~re grave than it had been supposed that, it was, was the discovery that, while the President, under his geucral con si itutional powers, could do much of what he had asked the Congress to empower him to do. it had been found that there were certain old .>iat jtes ns yet unrepealed, which may taise insu perable obstacles, and may Nullify His Power. The old law referred to by the President was adopted by Congress in 1S1!?. and referred to the resistance of American merchantmen agaitiSi the at tacks of privateers and pirates, but excluded from vessels which might be so attacked "a public armed vessel of a nation In amity with 'he United States." Technically. Germany is not at war with .the United States, and submarines are "public arced vessels" of Germany. The President's statement foliow<xl a conference at the Whue House fce-i tweeu Mr. Wilson. Secie?iry McAdoo. Postmaster General Burleson, Col. 15. M. House. Vane*"* C. McCotmick. chair man of the Democratic National Com mittee, and Secretary Tumulty. GOVERNOR CORNWELL (Coattnueta from Finrt Ptvg-e.) ley Atkinson, A. B. White and W. A. MacCorkle. Every incoming train for the past 24 hours has brought. visitors to attend the Inaugural. The reception and ball committee had open headquarters to-; dav for the purpose of giving' cards to these invited to the concluding cer emonies of the day About 12,000 of these have been distributed. ? Met by Democrats. Upon arrival here the Cornwell partv was met by a large delegation of leading Democrats, the committee having gone first to one station and then 'the other, not. having been in formed because of broken telegraph wires, of the change In the route oi the train. Mrs. Mary E. Cornwell, mother of the new governor, who is in her eigh tv-fourth vear, was with the party. ; She stood the trip well and admitted feeling "just splendid" when greeted I by friends. The others were Governor land Mrs. Cornwell. Mr. and Mrs. W. ! H Cornwell, Mr and Mrs. Ira V. Cow-, kill. Mrs. Lou Keller. Miss Margaret Keller. Miss Susan Brady, of Keyser; Miss Edna Bryden, of Bloomington; Miss Helen McFarland. of Hyattsville. !Md- Miss Evelyn Truxell. of Pitts burgh; D. Sinclair, of Fairmont* Dan i iel \nnon, of Cumberland, Md.: Judge n. Wood Dailey. G. W. Arnold P.. J F Thompson, L, K. Dinkle, of Tuck ier county: J. S. Zimmerman. A. S. i Ailes. R. D. Brady, Mayor T. P. Mar 'tin, M. B. Kuykendall and J. W. Craw I ford. Those whose residence is not ! designated are from Romney or near 1 bv. Greeted by Many. Governor Cornwell admitted that the start of his new official career had not been of the pleasantest variety, by reason of the weather conditions aim rail wav difficulties. He was greeted at his hotel during the day by hundreds of well-wishers, both Democrats and ; Republicans, women and men. Governor Cornwell. late tomorrow I afternoon, will assume the real work I of his office. FTe is confronted by many I appointments to be made, the Virginia I debt question, and the fact that the funds for conducting various depart ments of government will be practlc depleted before. July 1. i^ssltat ' lnc the responsibility of calling the legislature together for Its seventh session in two years. Tt Ifl proposed In North Carolina to require al rural schools to teach fami life. DORMITORY At State Normal Schoni | West Liberty, W. Va. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS I Sealed bills will 1?" received by the ! St at a lioard o" Control until noon of t he 3rd day of April. K'17. at its offico in Charleston. U". Va.. for tli** doing of nil work and furnishing nil material necessary to complete the building ?!?? scribed below according to plans and specifications prepap-d hy K. K. Farts, architect. Wheel infj. W. Va. One Dormitory of ordinary brick and wood construction anil composition roof, stze f.fi ft. 10 in. x 1S1 ft. 10 tit., two porches 11 ft. 10 In. y .10 ft. S in. and on? porch S ft; G in. \ XT ft. S in. Plumb ing. RMS-flltlnK. heating and wiring in cluded. I'lans and specifications will In? on tile I ar the ofCices of ih<* State li>>ard of ?'??n | trol, Charleston. \V. Va.. and will be mailed upon roiiu^st when sani" is to - conipanled with eheel; for ? I ?ni whteh will be refunded when plans ar- re turned ni-compnnied by bill. otherwise check will be retained. All bids must be scaled, plainly ad dressed 10 the Stat-- I'.oard Control. 1 'harleston. W. Va.. and marked In a conspicuous plaee on tie* ??n\ ?? 1 ? ? ( ?*?. "i:ld on West. Liberty I ?? .m 1 1 ? ?r> Hid must h?: iifi-'.oi p.-itiO'd by e>rtilieil k for ioOO.on. I'lp '-ks of tuism e.-ssinl hiddi rs j v til be returned wlo-n eOntract is award ed, and ch? ? k of ? ..jen ssh'tl bidder will b?j held until prop- r eontraet bond bave l.r-i n . \. ??tiled. Upon I'llltllV of bidder to wliii'b. Ilis ell- I k will be retatn.il liy t Stati l'.o:ird of t'oti tr'd I ivpitis- o!' r? -advert isitiK and. re. b'.l Inn 1 1 rt n i '-?! i :i t . - 1 > nfter .-i.ii'rae; is a warden lil*' MUll eSSl ill l> I ? 1 1 i If Will lie I I'Hllil'.'tl I.I eXeiiil, p|-|.|? r ei'Ilt r.-iet U|t|| gua rant y ? uropaiiy bund ?>< a p? 1 1 .-? : ? > eijn ii ? < . mi> hall' tie amount of the eotittaet prii-e. j said bond 'o In conditioned f.n th slrneiion and ? oniplet j..n ..| t !?.- wuth ns si'i furtii to plans and spi ? ilicat Ions. | l ie. ,,f -ill claim# fur lab 'i' and material. ' All bids must !??? made . n terms f i I ? ? I j with the vp. f i ?ritioris. right Is re TJ:-r\ed tn ri j. . [ a ? y ami .-ill bids STATK l!<>.\KiM>l-- r. 'I.. . J S. I.AK IN*, t "resident. Charleston, \V. Va Just Two Administration Measures Put Through \V \ SI 1 1 N ? IT? 'N. .M.iih '? "f 1 !'? I I i"ii "ii tli** juluii ii ra ! I'.'ti , i mam prop. I .?!?.!> IH" Im-JIMI r' | r. viiii> Mil and m.asure iiiviiik : .?n il nm. mm. i ? ' I" I ??rt " J:?. ?? ?nd Am i . r .-!II2.' nship I" lis inhabi' ant s sot j ! : lir.'i^h il- legislative i.hiikM at ? ?'* ! , , j- ii? .-.. j.>ii.ii < in.- <>f ihc moot i 1 1 1 p< ? i" i :i 1 1 1 enactim-uis "I' t !??; three nti-iiilv , t 4 1 s. >si<>n, lip' immigration I. ill. p-s.-d both houses d? spile tie |.|?!?|.|H .*? 1 1 si-. ? II 1 1 1 objei'tion and then u'iis 'I iiK'iin l>i l>"iii ov.-r his veto. ,\ iiioui; i ii* administration bills whielt failed were th1* measures in supplement i In- Aitiliiis'-ii law: ill-- toll |o enlarge t Ho Interstate ' "??mni'-rre ? 'ommissiou: the \\ Villi lit 1 1 in legalize joint !"? .f-leiii si-ll iiik iisi in ies: aiul i onset -vat ion 1. ?isla limi. iiuludi.-ik' ihe k? m-ral .dam lulls and waler power bills Hills \% liioli di<] not form part "f tlir iirisui"! proRratii but j v. Iii?rh wiTi' pressed iinsuceessl'ully by i i-m binct officers and administration b-aii ' ers lat? in the session, included amenrt tiients to the shlpl'iiiK art ? ? ? tflve the president power in commandeer ships, a drastic espionage lull which passed the senate tint never was taken up in the house and aniendmenis in the federal reserve act t ? ? increase bank sold hohl . ii'ks and decrease iiiembi i bank reserves. Congress provided lor the payment of ! $Cfi."00.ni?'i i'ir 'the Panlsli West Indies but the senate failed in ratify, despite at. urfrem request by (In- president, the treaty m pay Colombia .5 1 5,OOi>,ilOO fur thrt separation nf Panama. Ahiciiik im prirtani enactments which were not speclilcally included in I Ik- program w*re the bill abolishing saloons in the District of I'nbimlaa and the rider mi the I pnstoffien bill making ii a crime to [transport llciunr in Interstate Commerce into a prohibition state. Ailiiiiush the senate filibuster stopped the passage nf appropriation bills carry ing In all almut $51 1.000.000, congress managed to set through In its three months session ten other supply idlls with a total of nearly JI.J'mi. nnfi.ooo. Ap propriation measures that failed inelud I ed the army nppropriai ion Mil carrying ? $l'7ft."0ii.00'i: the sundry civil appropria tion hill carrying $1 39.0O0,n0O; the gen ? oral deficiency. $i>2,firtO,Aii4; the rivers ami harbors $ I'.i.uiiO.OiiO. and the mllitary arademy $1.3.sn,000. The bilis passed were: Naval $535, 000.000; postoffiee $330,000,000: invalid 1 pensions $ | tin, OnO, rtP ; leglslatl va, execu tive and judicial S40.oii0.ii00: fortifica tions $51.1100,000; agricultural $-ij,000, I nun; District of Columbia $13,000,000; , Indian $12,000,000: diplomatic and con ' solar $5,000,0111) and urgent deficiency j ! ie.M00.00ii. ] President "Wilson was ni the capital I during: tho closing hours of the session, 1 signing bill a they wore il. livered to his j office. | TWELVE SENATORS (Continued from rim Fa?re.) idem. Wilson the authority he asked! from Congress in I ho crisis were: The Objections. Republicans? Clapp. M innosoia: Cumjnins, Iowa; Gronna. North Dakota; Kenyon, Iowa; I>a Fol lette, Wisconsin; N'orris, Nebras ka- Works. California ? 7. Democrats ? Kirby. Arkansas ; Lano. Oregon; O'Gorman, New York; Stonp, Missouri; Varda man. Mississippi ? 5. j Associated with thorn in oppo sition to th* armed neutrality bill were the following representatives who voted against the house bill 1 Thursday night; Republicans ? IJenedict. Califor nia: Carey, Wisconsin; Cooper. Wisconsin; Davis. Minnesota; ilel tresen. North Dakota; Lindbergh, j I Minnesota- Nelson, Wisconsin; j I Stafford, Wisconsin; Wilson, Il linois ? 9. | Democrats ? Decker, Missouri; Shaekl^ford, Missouri; Sherwood. Ohio? 3. Socialist ? London. N e w ' York ? 1. Those Who Signed. The seventy-six senators who signed the manifesto were: Democrats ? Ashtirst. Bank-head, i Meek ham, Broussard. Bryan. | Chamberlain, Chilton, Fletcher, Hardwick. Hitchcock. Hollls, j Hughes. Husting, James, Johnson. South Dakota; Kern. Lee Lewis. Martin Virginia: Martine, New .ler I sey; Meyers, Newlands. Overman, j Owen. Phelan, Piitman, Pomerene, liansdell, Reed, Robinson, Sauls bury. Shafroth. Sheppard. Shields, j Simmons, Smith, Georgia; Smith. ! Maryland: Smith. South Carolina; | Swanson, Thomas, Thompson. Till j man. Underwood. Walsh and Wil i lift ms ? 4?j. Instead of La Toilette, Senator Hitch ! cook, leader of lite majority in favor of the bill, talked out the waning hours of the session. Timing his op portunity to the minute. Senator I*a ' Kollette" entered the senate chamber .shortly after :? o'clock this morning ! prepared lo lake tho center of the ! stage for the last nct-'of the tragedy. When the mninoni lie had chosen ar ! rived, he addressed ihe chair but Si*n jator Hitchcock prevented bi.s recouni | t ion. The Forensic Struggle which ensued seldom if ever had been equalled in t he : history of the senate. Voices were strained to shrieking; j threatening fists were shaken at t I presiding officer, while the crowded i floor and galleries looked on breath lessly. But the incident soon passed without violence. The chair recognized Senator Hitchcock and LaFollelte's opportunity was snatched away. The closing moments nf the sen sion were tense and impressive. Ten minutes before the end Senator Hitch cock had made his last appeal for unanimous consent for a vote on the bill. LaFollette objected. The Nebras ka senator, prefacing his closThg re marks with a portion of President \\ il son's address to congress asking for the authority about to be denied, sol jen.nly said: Termed Reprehensible. | "It is unfortunate and deplorable | that, twelve men in the senate of the Cnited States have it in their power to ! defeat the will of T."i or SO members 'by one of the most reprehensible fil ibusters ever recorded in the history 'of any civilized country." Senator Hitchcock paused while his words were echoed through the cham ber. LaFollette stolidly glared toward the Nehraskan who pn -etitly added thai perhaps be should apologize for the violence of his words. "Vim are perfect l> sale, l.al-olietie returned, wi'hout rising from hi.- chali "no one can answer you. No one did. for .Hi- hour of noon had struck fin! 'he Sixty fourth coil gres was ended. WILSON TAKES OATH ( Continued (r.nu First Page.) ! . (I iif> \miIi ixpri-s.ion.- of regard. Mr. j Wilson r< ? < i v.hI ili?*ni with a smile lam! then inrned bark iu liis desk to j comphte his in i ? -i i ii |?: ? ?< ! task, j Tomorrow: : h ? president will lake ? tin* oath a^ain mi tin inaugural stand liefore i In- eapitol. II. ? might have 0111 i 1 1 ??<! inihtyV <?erenion> under pr< cedents established by oilier pres idents Inn lie ?l ?-? I in r-omply is t??r ; ally with t h?* constitutional stipiilat ion iihat lie take officii mi mum on the j fourth i if .March Yice-lTesideni Marshall ? ! i < 1 not take ! I In-, oat li today. 1 1 ?? will l?< ? sworn in ! for his second term loniorrow at the 'special session of t In - new senate with .the usual \ ice-president ial inau.gura i ion <? i r< in uny. ! Tonitrht tin- capital. filled wiih the [thousands who have come from t h o I four quarters of t li?- nation for the quadrennial event was a -tiptoe in an ticipation of tomorrow's demon. Troops On Guard. One feature. will reflect directly tli?* gravity of. the international situation. Down " Pennsylvania Avenue, tht* pa rade will pas's lines of National (Juarda LOCAL LADY KNOWS THAT IT; WILL DO ALL THAT THEY ' SAY TANLAC WILL DO. "Yes, it proved ;t wonderful remedy; in my case a n<! I have never fa i li*tl t ? ? j recommend ii sail I .Mrs. Ceorge ; Cilles, -liu; North Wabash, Wheeling,! W. Ya. "N a matter what you are' likely to say about other medicine?, I j found that Tan lac: helped me wonder-; fully and I feel a groat deal better J since taking it, ami I suffered from aj severe case of stomach trouble, and I frequent pains in my side 'and with a J full depressing pain after eating." Oh.j how many feel this way and fail to take steps to remove the cause, and ? as a result continue on and on suffer-, ing from a condition which gradually j becomes worse and worse. "1 read and read the testimonials of j Tanlau users and decided at. last t o [ try it. The result was astonishing. I, feel better and advise anyone suffer-; ing as 1 did to give it a thorough trial." Thousands have previously advised sufferers of stomach, kidney or liver ailments to iry the "Master Medicine." Often times a person absolutely fails to comprehend the meaning of pains in the side or back, headaches, dizzi ness. nervousness, sleeplessness, indi gestion, constipation and similar symptoms of a deranged stomach, kid ney or liver. The safe way is to take the advice of thousands 10 give Tanlac a thorough trial, if you feel languid, wornout and run down. I: is a re markable tonic and invigorant of debilitated system. C. If. driest A Co. in Wheeling sell Tanlac lor one dollar a bottle. 'men, chosen from the New York reg iments. forming a military barrier oil either side of the line of march.- Not since Lincoln's ser<.<ml inauguration during the Civil War have troops been stationed to keep spectatois , back front the inaugural parade. i | Tonight the President had not com-] pleted his inaugural address. Jt iiasj bee?t expected that recent, devel- 1 opments in the international situation j I will have a large place in it and to- 1 I niprht it. was believed that the senate's j I failure 10 reach a vote on the armed 'neutrality bill might he one of the I points on which he will dwell in oir jlining his policies for the coming ad- ? ministration. The cold misty rain which began' | yesterday kept up throughout to-day. I No hope for fair skies to-morrow is held out by the weather bureau. Clear ing has been promised, but to-night the forecasters reversed themselves and predicted snow or rain. ? Simple Ceremony. There Were ii" preliminaries to the simple ceremony which marked I tie foi imil beginning of :i new presidential term. Accompanied by Mrs. Wilson and Vance. ( '. M. i ?.?niit.-k. who (impaired the president's campaign for r? ?election. I Mr. Wilson hail come to !)h capitol tw<< [hours liol'ure in cli'iir up odds ami ends | of t tic executive business pass,,) on !o j hini by the expiring congress. ."Secretary Tiinj'.iltv and most of lie* cabinet members bad R.-tth^i ? <1 in the room while tin- president worked. As b* look !he oath. Mrs. Wilson stood near him, dressed In mourning because of the recent death of her sister. I Mr. Wilson was sworn in at 1? Or. p.; , m., a few minutes 'after congress hurt ; I adjourned. ?lames P. Mate r, clerk of the supreme i court, held out the rtible used by Mr. [ Wilson when he was inaugurated as governor of New .Jersey and as presi i dent before. and the president bent low j and kissed it. The congratulations of the ehief .ins I i lice, the cabinet members and lite s- v |< rMl members of the senate who were j present occupied but a few minutes, and | soon afterward Mr. ami Mrs. Wilson left the capitol. | The president, completely worn out by I laborious work in conned ion with the I ending of the session .of congress and I the international situation, remained in doors today except for his trip to the 'capitol. with a group of friends and rcla | fives here for the inauguration. They in I eluded Mr. Mei'ormick and t'olonel II. M. , House. , j ltei ore noon tomorrow th? president, j with .Airs. Wilson and members of [he (congressional committee in charge of i lie inaugural ion, wilt go lo the capitol; mo witness i he inagu ration of Vice I'rvs- j j ident Marshall. After the return to the ! White House tlo- customary presidential luncheon will !>?? served, with about :tu" people, including the membets of ihe Plutocratic national commit'i- e, as the president's guests. Then after the panic has passed Uu-re will tie a ^ great fi reworks displax at the foot of* the Washington monument and the inaug ural ceremonies will be over. I I FOR MEN YESTERDAY i POWEEPtn, QUA KIR CITY EVANGE I LIST SPEAKS UPON "BLACK SKEEP." Ten Men Oo Forward -o Acknowledge Christ ? First to Do So This Seafiou. j I'ron.i ;nce,i the most effoetive meeting j of the V. M. A. sei*i? > fur men. was ? that at tlo ''our: 'heaife ;. est erday af: ' eriioon when ttev. .1. 1!. Klv. powerful Philadelphia evangelist. addressed a inasslvn crowd and brought forward least "ten i n ? ? n . who acknowledged belief in Christ. These were the first to lake the step during the series, which wa;? ; organized one month- ?go yesterday, j "Black Sleep." the ifuakr-r i'U\v man'i 'speech, was a masterful discouise from ' ;in accomplished evangelist. The >< i? ;>? ;i. 1 I in the talk was said to I"- Hie greatest [yet Mr. lily said Here v.efe ,-,\cept ions | !?> everything, and continued his dis ' coitrsi; on lliat basis. "I iniglit say that every man in this audience \\a> honest isseeM And if I would I' ll who : S- dishonest on.-s were tl(.- lav vers would pel right on ihe Ill f TROUBLES j Mrs. Jane Myrtle Wonderfully Helped by Nerv-Worth j- irons Nerv-Worih i iin a ioOnl- user. It ? . Jan*.' Myrtle. of 1 9 1? Oil Al | This is : 1 dorsement f 1 given by Mi I ley 14: | "My trouble was nervous indigos j lion. I would have pains in ba< k. chest. through bowel-. At t i n ? ?< the pains would b? - .so severe I "?i fall on ihe Moor. Would vdi^iit. poor sleeper not more than twf- hours' sW>p at riiuht. For the last vear I would get awful Fn-adaihey Have been troubled this wa> for eignt years "Have taken ,v?y;v-\Vorth for a short ?time and al! my trouble*, are gone. No pains, sleep good, rested in the) morning. I "After doctoring a long, lime I find nothing ever reached my ease but j Nerv-Worth. I certainly recommend the medicine. I give Nerv-Worth the credit of regaininu mv health. , j "MI'S. JAS'E MYKTLIv" | ! Your dollar bade at Haer's Drug ! Store IV Nerv-Worth does not benefit vor: ' I Nerv-Worth is also sold at Mingo [Junction by Moojv . Bros : Martins; ! Ferry l>\ Kalston <v Parker: St. I .'lairs-' \illf by Patterson <v Sons; Marnesville j by Ifllles Bros.; Cameron by Cameron Drug Co.; SlsterBvllIe by C. H. Disaue, New Martinsville, Hornbrook's Prug Store: Moundtivllle, by . J. H. Beam Drug Co. i DOYOlMEOmsEY? I We will loan you any amount from 510 up and wlll allow you fTtfra = en<* inontlj t> u year's time to ray us back In whatever size payment* j you wish tiy ti e week or month. In dealing with us you can depy^d i t c?n ccltiniC tho lowest rates in the city and fair, liberal treatment -In ] * f.vrry respc.cl. All business confidential. Full Information gladly tar nished in repurd to any size loan. Call and see ua at our offlcc ? j ' 2??1 GLKMA.N BANK BUILDING ? or write. ~ I [.Use Your Credit With Us I j MATI1 ONAL CQMmLt I 3 ?OOM 301 German BANK BUHD1HG '"SgP? ; ^ ???'- u '! 'H II .'ti-'B-'i-i n jim. '-..I ?nmamawmA ? LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE. Pittsburgh. I'll.. January 1. 1917. The Pittsburgh, Wheeling and Kentucky Railroad Company. a corpora lion of tho State of Weal Vir ginia. Thu Pittsburgh. Cincinnati. Chicago ami t" I.ouls Railway Company. a corporation of the States of Pennsylvania, WV.it Virginia. Ohio. Indiana and Illinois, the. Vandalla Railroad Company. a corpora tion of the States of Indiana and Illinois, and The Anderson Kelt Hallway Company and the Chicago. Indiana and Kantem Railway Company, corporation* of the State of Indiana, hate, according to the laws of those Stales, becu consolidated Into a railroad company named Tho Pittsburgh. Cincinnati. Chicago and St. I.ouls Railroad Company, effective January 1. 1017, the agreement of consolidation having been filed in the office of the Secretin cf State of Weal Virginia on tiis 23th day of December. 11)16. Hereafter the property formerly owned by the Pitts burgh. Wheeling and Kentucky Railroad Company. The Pittsburgh. Cincinnati. Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company. Vandalla Railroad Company. Tha Anderson Hell Railway Company and Chicago. Indi ana and Eastern Railway Company In tho States of Ww Vligtnla. Pennsylvania. Ohio, Indiana and 1 111 nois. will bo owned and operated by Tho Pittsburgh. Cincinnati. Chicago and SL Louis Railroad Com pany. JirrsitCR'tH. WHEELING AND KKNTL'CKl' RAILRU.ID CUM PAN V. Tin; I'lTTSItL'ltC; H CINCINNATI. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY. VANDALIA RAILROAD COMPANY. TDK ANDERSON UEI.T RaILWAY CO Ml' ANY. CHICAGO. INDIANA AND EASTERN RAILWAY C.-Hl'A.VY. S. H. CUCRCH. Jtt-l.'-GOt Secretary. NOTICE. Wheeling Corurgatlng Company. Notice is hereby c i r.-u that, at a meeting of the st'vkh'ildcrs of i he Wheeling < 'orrtigstinr Company, a cotf-orullon created and organ i red under the laws of West Virginia, held at Wheeling. W. Va.. on the twenty first day of February. 1317. the following t "solutions were adopted: Resolved. firs:. That tlie Wheeling Corrugating Company, .? .???ri<iration created and organized under lh e laws ..f !ho State of West Virginia, does hereby discontinue business j.? a cori?iratlon and surrenders to said State its charter and corporata train bl?c*. Th- ll-ard of Directors will proceed to convert tha property, chosc? In action anil all assets of t bis cor poration Into cash, and pay off and discharge all its dehis. liabilities and obligations: and after fully dis charging all such debts, liabilities and obligations, divide the remainder among the stockholders pro rata with their several holdings of stock, hut no such pai merit shall be made to any stockholder until after th? publication of the notice hereinafter provided. Resohed. 'Second, That the President of this onr |. oration cause notice of the adoption of the foie p.in? resolution to lie published in some newspaper ??f general circulation, published near the principal office or place of business of ihis corporation, once u week for four successive weeks; and that he cer tify thes? resolutions to the Secretary of State of the State of West A'irgtnla. and deliver to him a certificate showing the publication of said notice, as provide.! hv law. < Given und-r my hand this twenty-second dsy of February. 1317. W. n ARBOTT. President of said corporation, attest: 1J. 11. WAGNER. Secretary. f -2S mr-i-S -3-12 |fi.|!> ' STOCKHOLDERS MEETINGS LA BELLE IRON WORKS. Notlrc of Annual Meeting. Notic* !? hereby gr.en that the annual rreetin* of the stockholders of I .a Mel In Iron Works, a cor tiotatinii created and organized under ihe laws of the Stale of West Virginia, will be held In the As- I sembly Room of the Wheeling Commercial Assocla- ! tliiii In tho Market Auditorium Building, at the cor- ' nei of Uth and Market sttvets. In the City of Wheel ing, County of Ohio. State of West Virginia, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon on Tuesday, the 13th day of March. 11117. lor the purpose of electing a Hoard of Directors and tho transaction or any business that may lawfully lie transacted at an annual meetlfif of the stockholders. Stock transfer book? will I* closed with Hie close of business on Monday, Ibe | IJtli dav of February. I?IJ, and reopen at 10 o'clock ; on the morning of Saturday, February 17th. 1017. i It y order of the Jtoard of Director*. R C. KIRK. President. W. ?. HESWICK. Secretary, febi: 19 itmcll.*. 1J Job. iicruu.sf they set tlu'ir money from ill-- iloinirs of dishonest men. "f might .-ay that every man in this audiciuc is physically sound except ? ? Anil if I could toil yon who would di* before dnylieht t lie doctors would say this was til*? best nieetini! we over hit J. "I might say that every man In the aiidicnee was a Christ Ian except And it I could :-?,?! I you the ones then she church would In- on I In- job at once. And that is what wo must do; pet at the ex ceptions to i he t'hrisiian rule." I'r. Kly plead I'or a broad-mind.vl < 'hrist iatnty. ?<n-- th.it would find a home for all. no matter what creed or rare. Pre ling the meeting at tin- Court * Wlif.-linp high school orchestra play imI Mini.- overtures and the accom paniments for the hymns. A male i|imr totte san:r scv> nil selections, roundly appia.uded. In iho ipiartel to .were .Messrs. ?Jasper Kauni. \V. M. Leach, i'hilip Mc ?iuiro ami .l .hn ? ''Connor. TIMELY AND INTERESTING QUESTIONS DISCUSSED | "The Conijiiiin)ca.tor" Auks "WTio Will Kim Wheeling'?" and Takes Up Humbcr ol Other Discussions. Tho third nun.wi-r of "The t'ommuni oator," a |. riodical bulletin published b> tho \Vh>o|tiiK Commercial Associa tion. js just off the press and will be mailed tf all motnb- rs of tin: organi zation this morning. Tit? issiit- this month contain* many iiii'T'-si ins local, state and na'iniifil i:o'-< aii't tiuiire.. CMinmereinl and ip : 1 1 1 i ? ? i i >: 1 1 under' akings and noconiplish iii'-nts I : S t v of brief philosophy for the hus> busiic-ss man is sj.rinkie.1 through the j uiill'- u ion. Tin lending article .m capt loic ii ."W ht. Will Hun Wheol initV" Tie new t ha-ler government tor W heeling Which lvconies effective this spring, is dssoussrd. and in part as Tol losvs: "K\ v!> in- inlier must take an ai-:i\ ? part ti|:oii his own initiative, and sit.. m; mi m e.ipablc ol handling a 560. .iti...ini.t busin-ss ar-' tho only kind which j should b i hosfii The naiiifS of con- ; tll'lates t . ? r council It. be voted Upon at thi- t-joeiii n next month arc given, with- J mil eniniii' lit. Among lit" oilier ijues- . :i.>n? taken up are. The Maliimore and i duo offieial pledge to co-yperato with this eomiiumi! y m needed improve in. nis; "l-'i.tod Kureau," which has been ? slabl .-hod hy : ho Wheeling Commercial \s- tiiailon to furnish authentic and re liable iiitermatioli m time >>t ponding high water; "I'.ett r Wat> r for Wheel ing; I'ho .White Way" Project." to light Market str.ei in i!i" business sec tion and ? iiinidate telegraph and many trolley pobs; "N'.-w Publicity for Wheel Ins;" "Working to Improve Train Sched ules;" ">'i!iok> A ba I ??ment." An interest - ill!.' review of Wheeling bank clearings is given. showing .* I i?T. 1 ?'?:!. ii70.S2 for I compare-; with a total for IS 18. of .> I .'ii'i.ti'Ii.' n"> i' 1 . a n r-i increase of $4S. >?"i. "34 The Sh> rman-Sheridan High-; wa> ? l>et wt on Oil* city and rincinnati ? j is also discussed. I "Mow |o i 'rganiz'* for Safely Kirst | and Ifethii f .\ecid.-uts and ? 'iniipenna- I iton Costs" is ably explained by \V. ! Kriincis Hyde, a page is devoted to the j credit men. A firo in an Ohio grain elevator i burned for more than a year. CHICHESTER S PILLS ?4sr THK DIAMOND BRAND. A. T.ndtrat A ik your Prnrrlnl for , Chl-choc-lrr a Diamond Isrnad/ I'llU I* Red anj Uold cicutltc\ tio??. 5e?W with Blue Rit-bca. Tuke no other. Bur of jour UniMlit AskforeiU-?)ireS.TERr DIAMOND HRAiND PILLS, for a? yimlcr.oj'n ?3 Ecst, Slfeit. Alwlyi Rel!?bl? SOLD BK DRliOQISIS EVERVWXE^f WANTED? Male Hedp WANTED? Manager. cl?un cut. Hirer '?rpart*no? preferred. hut not necessary. who will tira fUcui rial tnierodt In a gill edgnd rltw -kropocltloo. C. W. Eberllng, BteubenrtJle. Ohio. - mar5-l WANTED? Two good butchers. that cm sr-eak Polish | and English. WtoicJ Bros., Wheeling. W'. Vl, 4507 ] Jacob. f-27-m 1 WANTED ? Balearaen to nil bouseeold in \ mnaoe unnecessary acd^llbrral ooraajku&daa U I wide awake man. C. F. Adams Co., UUrllU Mala j St.. upstairs. I wXNTED---Two?rouni? men?to?wo5?n?iSf"i53Er"ui B. A 0. trains. Apply at Unloo Km Oo. efTte* ! B. AO depot. m-l-lt WANTED ? At o-:c?. aereral food dalll^if tad ?55 boji. to work befots scbooL Apply t) ClrotllAiloa Department. Iniclltgenoer, between 4 tay 4 a. a. WANTED? Female fi;elp WANTED ? A good girl for cooking and 'to help with , liousownrk. no wsahlng. food wafts, j^Jft girt was I with cm elcht years. must gl?e guod rsfprenc?. Ap I ply to Mm. A. C. Hartman. 2314 Bro^arllls Road, i Ciirrtck. Pittsburgh. Pa. Jf mr-2-1 j WANTED? Typmrrlter operator* and m addrwaers. | A few more lady typists and food wr.ters oan ?e i cun! positions In our Addressing B^partment If ! ?poedy. accurate and wllllnf. Apply 'immediately. Thu Neuralgjline Company, S3 Nineteenth Street. mr-l-t/. WANTED? dTrlf for light? cle*n r actor/ :?ort WbMl Ing Caa Co., Forty -seTenth and EcH atrteta. *1 f?fc-T-tf FOR SALE *5. FOR SAI.E? Five light draught borse?v maris. full bintm: black: 4 and 3 yean old. -:?lso two bay hors<w. brother and sister. J. II. Connelly, four miles esst ?f Elm Urore. ?;? roarJ-m ? LOT FOR SAd^Handy to YorknUe"^iUlj; so feet 'front: price S130; 5 r. cotta?e. H a. -yroucd, plenty | fruit and water, price $1.200 ; easy A& mi. Address I Box 183. Tlltonrllle. O. *"? mr.3-m j FOR SALE ? ? Boston terrier pups. Cjri Nat'I pboo? j 62-,I?. P. V.. Bell pbnne 118-W, Elm^ro**. mr-2-1 i F A L J. M. Bell. foil phone 7120 I Bine II. 'f-S7-m j FOR RENT^; fob RENT? CORNER STORER00V MAIN AN0 1 TENTH STREETS. FORMERLY LOOsJN'S CORNER I s 100 ALSO NINE LARGE FIRE fSOOF STORE ; ROOMS. LOWER. AND UPPER FLOORS. IN 1 HAWLEY BUILDING. JAMES L. HAWLEY. * I065',4 MAIN STREET* GENERAL NOTICE. ANNUAL MEETINO:": Tbr anneal meeting of the WhecVftt Playground association will be held Wednesday, "March 7, 1917, at 320 o'clock p. m.. In the Whe^bng Commercial association rooms for the purpose of ilecvlng officers ami transacting other business. All -oontrlfrutori to t be association are rged to attend. '? ? MRS. C. B. HCBBAKb. President. JOHN WAJ.EACE. Sccmary. FOR SALE OR RENT FOR SALE OR RENT ? Farm of 2> acrna, ntnated on thn Barenscroft hill road In ";pnloo district, Mar?ball county. W. Va. Inquire pf C. W. Me l'onib?. B. fi. 2, Wheeling. mr.3-1 MISCELLANEOUS ? ? ? * FOR HEED POTATOES, seo D. M. Caapfaell. 50th and Main Streets. mar'-l t^VTfrrri vrc Sec-ired. Trade i A 1 CjJ^ 1 J ma*8 Wflster M m-JA ^ ^ ad.; y Patent aird trademark litigation. Booky^t free. K. Z. DXTUXAF, Patent t>?WT?r. National Exchange Bankf Building. AVTipeling. W. Va!' FUNERAL DIRECTORS" and : ARTERIAL EMBAiiMERS Calls prompTly "attended ?C ail times. TELEPHONES^ Store ? Bell 1242; .National 1742. Ri?sfdenr:e ? W. R. Cooey,-i Bell 1324-J, .Vatlon.il 1272-T. Residence ? A. Belswenger, National ? 13S9-R. died" FUNERAL DIRECTORS louis "berpschy FUNERAL DIRECTCfc AND ARTERIAL EMBALMER 11 22 and 1124 Main, Street ? Calls Answered Day or I Night? Store Phones 636 | C. J. Bertschy ? NaL Php'ne 1959-H; Bell 1334-R. f ' Breummer & Hiicgebrand Puaci ax jji.oc;ox? >uu Corner .Market and Twenty-??con<l at* Teleehoua 207 0??t> nleht. Richard T. AfrcCoy Funeral Director and ^mbalmer. 1609 CHAJPZiIlfS ST3BEBT Office PEONE8 y B*?ia?nc* 1274 J Beu, ;;?8-W BalL' ? - - : . ?_ NO LEAK REGARDING DRESS-UP CAMPAIGN 'Jreat preparations arc bgjng made by the representative merchants dealing: In men's wear, for the big- Dj^ss Up cam paign they expect to hobi during the latter part of March. TV-* movement is provinp popular with ?*he bu?ine?* men. and I he details as th?y are being worked out must b" deijJ'loplng into something that will prove iihighty intcr estlnK. hut they won't let-iny Informa tion regarding their pl.mSj^eak out. In fuet. all an intelligencer r* porter could K"t out of the committee vias the state ment that they were wording hard on ihf plans lor I ho event paid that when they were announced, th*re would b* "doin's" in Wheeling. ifut the com mittee promised to say swiething a Ilt i|- lat-r on, .concerning^ : the arrange ments. NOT BDMiUDY Triadelphln Children SfcUferlag Trom Spinal Me-nlng.tli aa6 Ifot Ia~ fan tile Paralysis. Fears that infantile paralysis was spreading iti 'he pike i?4istrlct were irreatly allayed yest?-rdaj.-.?when County Health officer Dr. John'jfupp of Elm ? irov'e, and other physicians announced that the two children of Mr. and Mrs. < 'harb'K Neu man of Tyindelphla, are srn'- ritig fror.i spinal metj|.nglUs and not infantile paralysis as lirsV reported. However. Jack, eight old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hwsking, of Edg wood, is suffering from thfc dread malady in a Pittsburgh hospital,' He has been in Pittsburgh several wffeks and physi cians say the disease ha^.been checked.