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COL I'M BI S. <).. Mari-h >. Henry
C. Taylor, a prominent; attorney an ! 1
wealthy land nwn*-r. d'itd suddenly -at i
his home today. of : trouble. He i
had spent the tnomlrj; in his off:-"'
and had gone to his home for lunch ;
when he was strlck .?n. Mr. Taylor!
who was a graduate of- Miami I'niver- ,
sity and Harvard !a.w school served :
in "the civil war as a member of Com
pany A. 9t>th O. V. I. Fie had served ;
in the city council a ad legislature and
was judge advocat / general on the
staff of l.ov. Georg>; K. \ash. 1900 to j
3904. lie was interested in philan-;
Ruth Hoyer. who i* only 17 year?
old. is an auto spe?der. Today in tfc ? :
children's court, nhe was fined
and costs" for speeding with her,
father's automobilf. Sbe is the "first,
girl to be arraigned .in this city for
speeding. Frank l-'etch. aged 17. so?i .
of Rev. TV. K. Futeh. also was fined
$10 and costs, for violating the speed1
ordinance. J
- I
T\ hen Police Officer Charles K. Ti!- i
ler attempted to quell a disorder in a !
hall last night, ht was hit on the head j
with a beer bott '*> by Howard Mcllhin
ney. He was *severelv hurt and is '
under the care of the police surgeon. ,
Mcllhinney wan arrested but was re- i
leased when Ids wife deposited five
diamond rings with the police court
for his appearance later. i
State Banking Superintendent Berg '
today announced that he will not ^ratit
charters to banks which are organized
^>y professional bank promoters: It
_as said a procnoter who recently work
ed in Indiana Is now organizing threo
banks in Ohio in cities which have am
ple banking facilities.
The Holdfn resolution proposing to
suhmit to foie of the people a consti
tutional amendment granting full suf
frage to women in Ohio died in a con
ference committee of the two Houses
with the adjournment of the General
Assembly. The Senate committee in
sisted u/?on submitting the question
in November this year, but conferees
on the part of the House would not
agree vo the submission of the ques
tion u*til November 191S, so the res- ;
olutiou failed.
Attorney. General McG'nee is ex- 1
pected to give a ruling within a few
days on the question as :o whether 1
a referendum can be had on the Key- ;
nolte act granting presidential suf- '
fra:;e to women r>( Ohio.
"?d Dyson, used -7. a negro, was
sivot to death hei?* last nicht by Benny ,
Hend erson. aged -??. also a negro, who '
is being held by the police for ''i
murder. Tin* s!io?rinu is said to have
resulted frfom n q .ar.rel a botr th^
attention ?)ys-ti wis pay mi: *o a wh: e
woman. wit.; whom H<nde;.-o;i was i >i - ;
fat ua tec!.
Ohio News Notes.
TIFFIN" -Tiffin d?es noi v a
commission nunaget* ot uov*.n
menl. Th" viiti ,< -o-Uy d< f-iiietl a
-proposed charter by ; . vie- s. fhe
I want you
to try the
best corn
flakes ? j
" post"
a jxr-*n ja ,*> i? jw*? J
\ t OA&nE:^ !
Tasty and
full of
You will
find here
your favorite
cuts in all
Steel Bridge Comer
Time now to think about
getting a pair of those
comfortable glasses that
eliminates the glare and
leaves easy, clear vision.
Let us fit you.
ffattonal EscQiuye Bank Blrtg
OacOad *loor
Mala aad Twelfth Streets
Judiciously cuiubintu with KuKC
to cure disease than all the drug*
known. With this wonderful new
method I restored to health numbers
of patient* after others failed. Fif
teen years suervsjrTu! prnKlre. Con
sultation free.
fc Cb.
r.G. W. Boiler
?fATI. Sfatl Jfrtoae Wo. S3?. .
CPmpllTS atSMt. (Near 34%h) {
Stops fSl
that itching
I; is a positive t.u ! -Sat tiio moment
Kesinol torches any itching sk:n, liic
ttcliin sr usualiy stops and healing begins.
Unless the tnmbie is due to sonic serious
interna! condition. it quickly clears away
;?!l trace ot i czertuu ringworm, pimples,
or similar tormenting. unsighlK* enipti.
leaving the skin clear a/id healthy.
Doctors have prescribed Kesinoi for
<>vcr twenty years, so wltcn you try
you are usin^ a remedy of proven value.
vote for the charter was 1^2". and
against it 12.">1. 7.0 p?-r <>711 of tin- vote
being cast. Tin- charter followed
closely the Springfield plans.
BEREA ? President Arthur I., Pros- J
lich, of Baldwin-Wallace college, today
announced the 'faculty will take under
consideration the introduction of com
pulsory ira.h.iing for young tnen and
the requirements of a course in red
cross relief work for the young women
of the college, .vfter a patriotic ad- :
dress by President Breslich the stu- I
dents voted in favor of military train- 1
ing. Action will be taken by the facul- ;
ty next week. I
COSHOCTON ? An unidentified man.
aged 2<J. probably from Newark, was
killed bv a train here.
FINDLEY ? An automobile driven t?y
Calvin Henry turned over and tour :
road contractors received severe in- j
juries. I
FINDLEY ? Because of complaints j
against pollution of Bhcnchard river. |
representatives of the state hoard or j
health are investigating the river con
ditions here.
FINDLEY? There is a big crop of
sugar beets and high prices are ex- ;
MU.LERSBI'RG Andrew J. Knox.!
acred 7?'.. member of the soldiers relief 1
commission, was found 'dead. I
To Prevent The Grip
i 'olds I'aase Orip ? i.ax.ii iv?< Kromo Qui- ,
nine removes c.ius?' There is only one i
"Itroino Quinine." 15. W. GKOVK'S sij;- !
nature on box 25'e. i
Arraign Fro7i~.lr.ent Men.
i;.t Carr. prominent farm*
? wtty. ami Messrs*. Levy. Hot ar nml '
>itr nsi'tis. tti-Ti' market proprietors 1: ? r?-. '
v.iil be ' arraigned in Justice VV M.
Rises' court here this ni'irninir iv? ?< ,
? ok on < haruvs "f throwlinr sialic!)- ;
T-r house refuse into a stream. The ,
i-'wrsi's asaitist the four men arc pre- .
ferwil liv Mr. l. II. MrOlusky. county!
he.tith ofticer. I'arr ovviia the property j
?'/it which the slau.ihl.-r Iihiisc us?-d by 1
tiu* three batchers i - located.
BP.ijfhtaer Puncral Today.
The lasi sad rites for tin- into Mrs. i
Amelia WiKluner. who <li..l early Tim"- i
ilny morn n tr at the home *>f her dnut;h- !
i ter, M i s Frank i>ow. of Knoxville. will 1
| h. hell this n:"rntnc at II o'clock at!
of death.. Interment will bo:
| :i- i Hair's KidSv* comcteYj".
j . Defendant Gets Judgment.
[ .Justice W M. Rig^s yv>steri:!?y hand'
j ?ii down Judgment for the defendant
:!?. th? ?* i v 1 1 sdi' *>f ih>- National Iaiii:
! dry Machine company, "f Dayton. Obi". ,
1 axninsr .1. \V. Moi>r-h>%ad. of 'his city. :
formerly proprietor of l ho Star laun
dry '[!??? suit was for $9-1. the ma
' <-li i :? ?- nmitiany a;!.?t:nt; The Star ln.un -
'dry !? :.! :ee<-i ved the machinery and not
| pa.d tor it.
Roberts to Preach nt JalL
He-. Itlair W. Roberts. pastor of t h o
i MeM'ohen First M. I'., church, will con
duct the services nt lh" county .iail
? Sunday afternoon. Ho will be ns
>jstf - with 'he service** by tho Rvr*e
quartet, of this city.
Taylor Funeral Today
lilt- Ml
!"Ur. Taylor, Aged and highly r*
?*d resident of this city, who .lied at th.
home of her son. Wylle Taylor, of T'*m
; linson avenue. Tuesdaj mornimr. ml!
b" held at tho place of, death this morn
:m: at <-3ft o'clock. Rev. *'.. IV Smith,
pastor of the First M. !?'. church. will
officiate. Interment will he in Taylor's,1
Rldse cemetery.
Crow Z?ail Improves.
George M. Crow. .It., aged It'., miner
employed at the Parr's Hun mine, cast
of the city, who sustained a badly frac
' lured skull Tuesday afternoon when he
was struck by a runaway coal car. is
somewhat improved at the CJlendale hos
pital. where he was remove*! Immedi
ately followinK the accident. The !ad'sv
condition continue.* <-ery critical, but
. it is not thought his injuries will prova
j fatal. j
j Stage Minstrel Tonight.
The Elks' minstrel show will ba stng
! e,i at 'iie Tark theatre here this evening
and Friday. The dress rehearsal was
held last evening and all minor details
, for puttitur on the.) big entertainment |
have been completed!
Dance Hero Tonight.
! Mrs. Maude Spooner Reeker's dancing I
i class here will enjoy n dance this even- ;
inr at the Kills hafT. Instruction in j
n?-w steps will be given.
Wooteon Held Visitation. j
The Woodmen of the *.?reater Wh>?!
ing district were entertained here last J
??v.'nnK by Llberl Camp No. SS, the so
cial to bo 'the final visitation of the win
ter series. The affair was In r?;e|y at
tended And proved an enjoyable occji
Cycle Victim Not So Wall.
Robert I'.arket. of First street, this
city, who sustained a fractured skull
here Monday afternoon when his motor
| cycle crashed Into a pob at Second
j str?>*jt and Jefferson avenue. Is In a
I critical condition at his hom?. 1 larKor's
j condttion was Improved Tuesday, but
' late Tuesday nl?;hi ho suffered a r<>
j taps*; and his recovery in doubtful.
Organize Council Monday.
? 'ity ??outicil ? will ni'-et Monday eve
j ? ; I r: ic for the purpose of orttanizlng for
Mb- next tvv*. years. Thr new couuul!
' will consist of s!\ of tlo* present itiem
i i.?-r-- ami two new members. llMrman
| li>-f-s :ind I. * >. .T??rn?s, elected at the
j recently municipal election. The oth"f
j. l'y officials elerted nt rh-. regular hl
jenltil election will take their oath of
j office Motldu> .
Coal Xands Conaolldated.'
1 ''aptain A. I.. Koototi, appeared before
lliie county court here yesterday in the
: interests of th?- .1 V*. Tb*?mpson coal
j holdings :n this county, and at request
? that till the eon i lands of the above
j nano-d party be comtiined for lite pur
|)o?e of taxiitiou, it was Kranteil t.y th?
po?e Of taXHtlon, H M ita ?
utrt. Thousands of acres of coal are
vneil lit th>- several districts of litis
iiif.it by ..Mr. Thompson. I'livpntowu
hanker. , , .
The court adjourned a* noon .
I tie ? -to . ....j. ..
: attain Monday, when the matter *>' the
j narrows road improvements will bo
' niveri attention
( Spade-Oreeiey.
j * ?' it is residence on Morton ?>*. onuu.
Tuestiay afieriioon. Rev. A. It I'.eiinelt
i ijniteii in marr i.i ?:>? Mr. *'!ark .I'^Spaib1
j ami Miss I v .i r*'leoley. botls *.' Akron. * ?.
| Call Patriotic Meeting.
, I'ursuunt '*? tlo- re*|uest of (iov.rnor
j l*d:n .1 t"oniwell. Mayor Kvan ? > R?.h
1 erts. of titis city, will issue a call i'oi
'a meetim; of tlo- piitriolsc citizens of
l the city t.. lie held rl.e first of ihe week,
j The object of the meeting, as li ' has
I been in other cities, and as it will be
I here, will to adopt resolutions con
5 Best on
Earth at
This Price.
Easter Suits at
evci'v man w
{ I ' SI I 1 1 1 1 1 < * 1 1 cnlllKlcliec
I ill l lie IH'W lOast t'l'
suits lliat nc will
i:- i \" ? ? yt >u a new < iiir
for any that fails'.
You can be suited
no matter what
your age, size or
taste may be, and
save enough to buy
f | a new pair of shoes.
"Wilbur Shoes Still Lead"
Y..U ;i r?> .stiil
iiliuMf . lo If ft
MIlVAVllfrf fi.Sf
irj Whoolini; at
$4, a slu'f lluit
li ;i s I i k o I li <?
Wilbur, all the
looks ami most
of the quality
you ?would tind
in sli'ifs costing
$.") elsewhere.
All the New Easter Styles Are Here
S4 85 8?
These Remarkable
Easter Shirts at. . .
I| Are in a wonderful
variety. If you are
not already oiie ot* our
customers, w e wel
| ronie this opportunity
B To prove to you our
ability to serve you
best in style as well
S . as offering you the
S3 best value for your
veying the sentiment of the community I
to congress arid the President.
Monndsvllle Briefs.
Miss Pearl Chambers hns r< Mimed j
h?>r studies at Marfli.il! iv!l';o\ llt.:i- ;
tlngton. after a visit lit her Home here. j
Cecil Robinson will r?'tui'i to I ih du- j
ties. in Pittsburgh today aftc!" a visit |
wltli his purents here.
Mrs. Ida Uooer.s. of Itiis city, left I
yesterday for Klkms. wlvc s= will
locate." j
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Catlolt. of darks- |
bums;, who have been the Rties'.s of
tholr mother. Mrs. Anna Pen body. of
.loficrson avenue, returned lirrao yester
Mips Gerda, Jones, of 'this cit>. whr
recently underwent a seno v* operation
a: the Glendale hospital, is sett inir
alone as well as could bo exported.
.lames Ttalier has resumed li i ?? j-uidies
at Ohio Stale university after a v:>'ii i
at li is home hero.
Miss Mary Sheets, of Grah" avenue
left yesterday for Fairmont, where sh
will iako the sprint: course at. t lie Fair
mont Normal school.
-Miss Catherine Jacques, who lias been
I'-ilto ill at her homo hern, is improv
j it-v. Chrlsman will rnndncT service.?
j at th" Trinity Episcopal chureh here
this eveninir.
The I li'tel Snyder has unfurled "T.?
I Of t ho largest Hugs In ihs rlty from tho
I third sjor\ of the hotei building on
. Seventh street.
' The Flks will stage a p-irad" hfro at
j noon today to advert Ida r ? minstrel to
' be Klven at th<? Pnrlt theatre this ? v^n
inj; and Friday.
I Mr. and Mrs. \V. W, llenrtersen. '*!'
Fifth sir^el. ar" spending never. il da> s
| with Pittsburgh relatives.
Birthday Party.
| Stanley l\ v ! p will hr h<??t this afl?r
) noon from 4 to 7 oVIork. t < > a happy
Ijro'ij. r>f friends. who will !<dn in r?'Je
hrntl!i?r the annlverNary of his bl'Mh
The nffalr will l>n !n th? nature <?!' an
Faster party* with appropriate i;.u:ies.
and 'ho datnfy o.pp"!ntri!',!!t?i ?.f the
luncheon will be rurrlnd our similarly.
I _ _ ^
Tlif mifsls will l'?: Misses Myra
Thomas, Vlr;;i?i.a I'oiy. Mary Kii.'..il>'t It
W'-lsh.'ins, 'Icrti iiii Slif'o, ti't'on
r.or. Martha A imlii. < ? ?.?!??? ' ?'? 'minor.
l\ihH .Marsh, M:if;. \\ \l.-ii.tiis. Ksthi'r
Thomas, Katharine VorilinR>M\ Mai'irar--:
\Wlilt, Maslvi';: Howard Srham'm*. How
ard < 'liamlti-rs. Wall?T Klips:. y, Nnrmy
Marsh. KuKmit* K.-namond. W'u.vne Kmi
a moiid. Harrd'! Krii'l.-'rUia user. 'Mffford
Thral, Win. M :*i 'ul i'.tii^h. F'riifsi Mooncy,
l{o|.icrt liartids. Harvey <'a"t.s.
Elaborate Mlnatrel.
| Torinorro w i>vini;iik i ri tin; i jf.Ri T!.. vi
tro. the K l{. XV. i' oIahs >?!' tlip Prrab) -
t?rian rhmvh will j ? * 1 1 on their vorv
?>!n borate minmri'l show. whirh lias
been in |iroi:ivss 1 ? ? r th>- past month. /\!;
tin' Hi-Mil hers of thi> 'asi" are talented
ininsti-pl inmi. and tin- ii^rformanro of
to-morrow evening wi'.l in every way
.mi pass the on,, r! veti last year, in
COURT Mar. 28-29
Clias. Dililntfjiasr.'s Production of Irv
ing Perlln'B Biff Ulualcal Revuo.
PRICES? Mat. 25c to 81.00: Nltfht 25o
to 81.50.
COURT March 30-31
Gnu Hill prcBontB tho g-ror.tftst Cartoosi
Mimical Comedy Succ03B
I "Mutt and Jeff's Wedding'-"
All STe-w ? 50 People ? PTatty Girls.
! PricoB: Saturday Matlr.&o 25, 35, 50c.
? Evonlnffs, 25, 50, 75, 81.00. Sents now
i on sale.
1 C0VR'fr^:J?m- April 2
MatinooH Tntr/day and VT?duosday.
i Jolm Coit presents tho Sweetest play of
tlis rseaoon
i "Mother Carey's Chickens"
! A comedy of hoine liy Kate Eo\v?lao*
! "WiR <fln. Prices: Matlnoe 25. 50; 75,
i SI. 00. Evan! HUTS 23, 50, 75, 51.00. 81.50.
? Sca-t salo Tsiday.
Greater Than "DAMAGED GOODS'
Pwtsi'il mi I lie liiin"i|s pnfiu |t\ Kll;i \\ hffl-M \\ i ! fi ?\ . " I'lii
I'rlcti IN- I'aiti" lif.ii.i tVa rlfj^U with I Ii ?? lar's ? ? !* !itV ami ?i j 1 1 s
out the awful ciiiisi'jiifiiffs <>?' -v fuiif,' ! s \ .i 1 1 l:-. Tin* h?'Jtvy loll
which nature f-xtnirls from llmse v.lm < I ? ? f \ iwr laws sh<>? n
In this pnwei't'ii? dramatic pictwrc which i>M> liccn endorsed b\
minisU rs aii'l social u .???k.-rs.
Special Matinee for Ladies 10c ? Evenings 15<*
NOTICE TO PARENTS ? The Management advises the Parents
not to bring the Children as they will not understand the
' I. u.\ I 'OX, .March l'a i\ m. -
T!i.> British transport Tyndareus. with
;i t>;it laliutt uf i ho .Middlesex Kegimont
;< hf.ii i?l. struck a mine on February !).
Off '"ape A 1211 lluis. iln* southernmost
point ? ??' Africa. The men w.-iv parad
<?() en deck and after mil call began 10
sing. while they waned fur III.,1 ship
10 pink.
I The Tyndarous. however, was saved
and the iroops wit- transferred 10
?two rescuing st'iuin'is. having tinneid.
;as expressed in ill.* official admiralty
(r<-pori, "liu- cherished tradition of tho
i Birkenhead."
! The admiralty issued tonight .ilie
' following siat.-nient on r Ij.- incident.:
"The admiralty transport Tyndiireus,
'with a battalion ut the .Middlesex |{i-?
i in. in aboard, struck a initio at eight
in the evening of February !?. off l ape
Aguliias. A -Uoim southwesterly a l ? '
(was blowing and inunedialely after ili<>
j .'.Vpiosion III" .-hip bewail !<> settle by
'tile head with propellers out of water,
j " Assembly' was solllldeij and .lie
| men donned I i f.? 1>?-I i and paraded in
perfect order. Roll was called an y^'p
? nil the order 'Stand easy," the whole
! battalion bejfan to sing.
! "Two steamers, despatched to :he
rescue, arrived on the si-en.' witnin
'half ail hour. Ituring mis trying '.lute.
[althouRh laced by the probability of
| imminent death, the troops maintained
[sS-eadfast courage and discipline. .\ev
' ? T was tin- 'tradition o| the British
| army more worthily upheld than <.n
I I his occasion.
I Thanks to the devotion and pei>e
jv-nnice of tiie captain and the offi
cers, ih'- ship was saved. The troops
were transferred to the two steamers
and taken to Siinoiislown. where tho
Tyndareus siihse.iuenily reitiniert tin
tier her own strain, with two holds
flooded and another leaking'
"The king has graciously expressed
his deep admiration for the conduct
of all ranks in upholding th.- cherished
i radii ion of the Birkenhead."
i Th>4 Itritish steamer Tyndareus ap
parently the one alluded to in the of
ficial statement was a Jl.ftOn ion vessel
built last year at (Ireenoik and owned
b \ the Ocean Steamship Company of
Liverpool. Shipping n cords show the
Tyndareus leaving Liverpool on De
cember -'0. last, for Yokohama and
Hong Kong and reported arriving at
Simonslown. Cape Colony, about Feb
ruary S. The Birkenhead, a Hritish
i roop ship, struck a rock off Simons
May. South Africa < n Fehruar.V -<!.
IS. <2. while having on board G38 per
sons, largely troops on their way to
the capo. Of the crew and soldiers
on board -t."<l were lost. The Htrfcen
head was an iron paddlewheel vessel.)
Entertain ?Wheeling' Knifflits. _
Tl<. w >v.-s <.r '! ?!??!" "> . "I"
,| 1, of ! nifor!
;i .-lit
riini . Kninhis
..i !<i(iir? n|* ihi f ? i: dis
't'i-i tutiiRhi wiIJi !i niits'i II ? i :i.|f ball l!i
ill- :i r 'i i ? 1 '! ??;?.! i i : i"ii- ? nil rlniii,
. nil I . 11-. 1 1 ; l I .' i ; ! , I a Wt ? I 1 ! i ? 1 I '-S ' I - j
'n. 'ills will hi- M-rvil. niui lli> iTcmi-i*
? >rrlir>t r.'i ? W ?>????) iuii. will play Ihu J
in ii i> for i > i ? iMS'inn.
Clean Up Orders.
'I'll'* city has ki\ ' ii nsidents : : 1 1 1 i I .
M iv I to ? b-an u ; . their [>r ?mist!!'. t
w i s .'iniwiiiiH '-"! \ 'fS! da > \'i?i ices have'
p.ml.'il Ic'liliK (hi- i-ll iv.-MIS in I ii \ ,
riiMiit.li from ????! I;i rs .,mi oilier part*;
tli.- Iii->.!s.>. i i iii..r.iui:lil\ i-If.-in up yards.
?? 1 1 < I if possible plant ijriiss M-t'il rind !?? ?
put l!s>' \ :it inil'i ju "p- r 1 1 ? ? < on ;i sun!-!
??!?> I'.'lSiS.
T!ii* v.?rk I, i ?- 1 I,. !!.?;:?? if i!i.> ? ??;?
p.>iifl.. ?. " ij.. in it j .->? T i. .|i 4. T-. I>i,'iniiin<
Mh v ! , i ? in. ? > ... ,,f av.t\ house and
: ? *1 1- - rt y in'ih ? u ii !??? madi liv t li?
i i 1 1 h in>l Mtisiiiiiv niTir>-r-. and ili"'><>
ut'iv havi- !n?( ??onipib-d willi tin
will b<- |.<-t to arr st and lino.
rlfflit Gft? r*.!Ue EaJoc.
Martin Hii'H'i:. iity so! ? or. will
ropr--seilt llfllWOl'il :i( ill. jJiiS in t **
iii-arini: Iti'fnri' :h" public service oont
mlssii.n in ' ' ! i ;i j !? si 'iii "ii April lfl. The
National <>.'is i-i.inp.iny nf West Vir- ,
jrini.u's i ! ,o iii.ti'mm tlw rati- < ?!' '
Kas five c.-nis ?> . ;i thousand fru l has
which they toadi- til ir Initial bow to the
The f.lSti- i
llober" "'Msta.'l
' 'iivlentoii ? ' ' j; >? i < ?? r > . 1'i aiik
I trunks*. I : ussi
Ib-mian I'.utkic. Karl VV.-1- haus.
lteariiieti \ Ix'i t ? 'ox. Willnir \V||.
km.; Km! Turnei. Tlmmay J-Iwi i?k
i 'i nirra in :
< >\ .-rt ill ''
IP, .-a i. Alien ScJinwll.
< >r< hestra
'?pi-iti K ? i : * ? i . I :iii i r .? <v>mp:iny
lit' ' ? ? ? t: t . ? ? II i: Shearing
I'mlnimi- -llnil: Klton Tlioum
mui Walter >i.i lis. I1 irry Klpitle,
1 Smile. Smile, Smile ....
...II. 10 Shear i UK urn! ? riinjiaiiv
I ' >i ??;? Itia I till 1 . Ii i I Ins \V,-itr
; l.iiv. 1 1 1- r?- lii-art Wllltur Wilkins
; l.iitlii ilivy 1Ii?iik> ! it th<> WiV"i
Miirl Thi?m:i.s
I Stilish I in* Vnur Smili-. Alh?TI t'nx
? lis n l.rinc. l-ni'-K Trail II K. Shearing
? I >i>n'i Hiii* ihi- Ham! That'n HWdliiK
? Vmii ..Miii-ri i'<i\ anil I'mnpany
I \!iifit. i 'ox a nil ' i 'oinpatiy
j Is II.* In i Skoti-h >
Hi-rnuin HurUlo. Waller VWIshanf
1 Violin S'nlo. H'rank Brnnks
| l-'nriret Jlu Nut iSkotrll
il. II ShearinK. iii'llif Woit'f
, A' iolln a r.i" Kluii'
M r.vsrs. Si'i>arlnii ami I'ltrh
iiystf-r Slew (Ske't'hi
i'i-cII Mont uninery. Karl \V'-ishuns
I Spfi-ia II
.Mollis Woit'f. Wilbur Wilkins
Plckot Piroe Burning-.
J Warf.iri* t? ihu iivitiiki* Amoriran has
I sffinotl siinjethliiK far lemovfil. but. yos
i I'-rdav aftoriiunn ami ovoiiitife' when iho
I Natlunn! ? i ua r<ls. Iri the l'edcriil service.
! took up th>ir niari'h fif duty, on and
| around the Terminal bridge, near Hie
| Top mill, and lit their picket fires, a
i certain slgni f ioa'nt'o seemed expressed tu
i the people, and '-rnwds of Interested
spect mors gathered ti> cnteii a glimpse
] nf Hie men in their steady march.
PcraonalB a.nd Briefs.
! Tiiis evenlnit in l.asch's hall tlt? Su
burban <"lub wi'i dalice.
. The I .allies' Aid nf the t'orpun i 'hrlst I
J chiir'-h. .ne making elaborate arrnrtge
' menif for rhe euehro tn be held, in
! l.asi'h'.i baii h.f'er blaster.
; i'nrl Kberis Is niakliiK a rapid rectv
try from his recent illness
vliss- .- i ' f ?-J ?? 1. 1 1 ii- .Hid I'hyllis StroeheJ,
'a- ; 1 1 : ;i tl>(. Sipira Tali Kappa
Si-wlnj; I'll::, t li 1 m even, ok
Sunlrv l.uies u lii>;r!pp? sufferer.
Mrs. !?' ICnowles spent the dav as
thn Sliest /if Mrs. W. K. McN'amara.
uUiiTH ilOUiiJU.
x iiOM lil.i. v. uoij ;
jjaliy except Sunday ? 6:lo &? ,in
aitu uv>.'f> ill teen ii. mules thereafter
until !-:0<> uiioiugiit. except that
il:?5 p. in. car jjoes to l- irst street
oiij>. Cats leu v in# at 12:15 and J a : 5 'J
a. in. go to lentil bireet only.
.Sunauy oni> o :ut> a. rn., b:30 a. m.,
7 :UU a. in., i.ou u. in., ana every itrteen
minute? ihereaiter, trio belieUulu from
then uii belliu me same as WveK
Lmily except Sunuay ? -4:30 a. in.
n;;d every mteeii minutes thereafter
until K.tiG nililnlgiiL. i.ant car. 12:30
a. in. 12:14 car to >"1 r?? t btieet only.
^Jnduy only ? 6:li>. 6:45. t>:16, 6 :30.
7 :>.>U. 7. in). b:t<u u. in., and every ilfteen
iniuutee theteufter. The nchedule
from then on being the auir.c aji wceit
UU) .
L>aliy iixcept bundny ? 4:63 a. m.
anU every nrte?-n minutes theraaftor
until ll:J7 p. in. ? last car io Ben
woud. Cars leaving at 11:53 p. ra.,
li:>iK. li:^3 and 1^:53 go to Tenth
street only, v'ars leave Warwood for
Klmt struct only hi 1:23 a. rn.
Sunday vtily ? ? ? :i<S, 6:08, C:3S. 6.5.1.
7:2o. 7. 'i?. 7:53 and h:23 a. m. and
evmy IVfti-rn minutes thereafter, the
schedule from then on being same as
w ??k day.
"The Bayer Cross"
on every package
and on every
tablet of Genuine
Aspirin protects
you against all
counterfeits and
Lock for "The Bayer
Cross ? Your Guaran
tee cf Purity"
Sold in Pocket Boxe* of 12, Bottle* of 24 and
Bottlet of 100
The trade-mark "Aspirin " 'Rej. U. S. Pat. Office ) is i
guarantee that the monoaceticacidesterof salicylicacii
in these tablets is of the reliable Buyer manufacture.
met wlili enthusiast j.- objection from
i!i-- ?>( Kvntruoil.
Must Repair Subway.
'Dn i iiy demands that tho .Wheeling
Traction company repair the rail-s anil
? <ii. ? in. ii nil i-acli side of the rails In tho
subway. a< rding l<j agreements in ill..
original franehises.
Mfi-jilis?- .>( tli?; usual high watnr
which Inmiiiaes t h <? subway Moor sev
eral times 1)111*111)? u winter, the com
pany agr in repair the track and
street each spring. It is maintained.
I'ily workir.it) have b<-en busy this
week in el'Miiiiis mud from the -recent
high water from I lie subway. Tliey ;ir"
working 1"' n ntii.-r streets of the city
now. and arc k 1 v ? 1 . k ' citizens great i-n
eoiinigement in ?'.? :r cleanup work.
Seuwoofl Briefs.
< ?!!?? |ianliaiullei' was up before police
? oiirt lust night and was sentenced to
(?ii days in JaU. lie was so drunk he
i-oi ldn'i pive his name, so he was
"John lined."
Because of the *arg. number of
ilanci-s 111 I Sen W'"k1 and surrounding
? owns on Mniiday night after Easter,
when nit break away from the Lenten
rule, the Fotirth-Kifth ward lire boys
have canci-lied their affair scheduled
for that dale.
The volunteer boys arc- enjoyinc lif"
nt their 'club room, and are planning
many events for spring. They have >-x
?haiig?*d their mahogany diamond disc
phonograph for an oaken one.
\V. W. Swineliart. teacher in the
I'liion high school, has bought the Ueo
i vi' passenger auto formerly owned by
I'harlcs Schnne. of McMeclien.
XEW YORK, March 23.? Mercantile
p'per I '' IV'' Sterling fiO day bills
r 4.7 1 : commercial CO day bills 011 banks
S4.71: commercial i'.O day bills S I. 70 :
demand $-1.7 f'-!6; cables S -1 . 7 13 7-lrf
: Kr;i tics demand S5.S5?i: cables $5.83 ;
j marks demand 6!>9i'c: cables 70c. Kron
I i n demand ?1 1.40; ^cables J 1 1 .50. Guild
! < r.s demand -10 7-16-.: cubles 40V*c. Liros
1 demand $ 7.7 7 ; cables $7.76. Rubles de
mand $2s 44: cable* ?28.4R. Bar silver
72 Sc. -.Mexican dollars 5Gc. Gov?rn
ir.< nt , bond? weak; railroad bonds irre
i .kuI nr.
1 Time loans llrm; 60 and 00 days 3*2<3>
j ::34'-: six months fit 4 He.
j Call money steady: high 2 lie; low 2c.*
ruling rat-'- 2 c : la^t loan 2 Vic; closing
I hid 2c; offered 2l4<'.
LONDON', Marcb 28, 8:15 p. m.-?
During the week, ending March 25,
2, .'{14 ships over $)0 tons net arrived
in ports, in the United Kingdom, ac
cording to an official statement issued
thi sevening. During the same period
2.433 vessels of over 100 tons net
sailed from ports in the United King
dom. These figures are exclusive of .
fishing vessels an i local shipping.
Eighteen British merchant vessels
over 1,600 tons gross, including two
during the previous fortnight, and the
hospital ship Astyrias. were sunk by
mines or submari/ies. Seven merchant
, vessels under 1,500 tons also were
Isunkl Thirteen Dritish merchant ves
' sels,' including tKree during the ore
j vious fortnight. Svere unsuccessfully
I attacked by submarines. Ten British
fishing vessels, including nine sailing
vessels were suyk during the same
I period.
A -?successful Home Treatment that Simply Makes You Put on.Flesh, Increas
ing Weight in Many Cases, Five t o Ten Pounds, inOne Month'# Time,
The great majority of people suffer-)
i:i.^ today from excessive thinness and |
poor development, while ihey oat three j
good meals a day, only manage to j
maintain life and a portion of the j
health and strength that should be i
theirs. They stay thin mainly because
fhey are of a highly strung, nervous I
disposition ? nerves "on an edge most [
of the time. This need be no draw-!
bark, however, to your putting on |
flesh if you will first of all correct the ,
nervous disposition.
Pamgin Tablets with , Gentian act
first on the neri es. and then by ?ulck
]v correcting faulty digestion and in
creasing the arvp?tite lay the founda
tion stone of tin-, increased weight that
ie sure to folio*:.
Every druggis,; In America ^ author
ized to refund tpe purchase P^ce/fa
few weeks' steady use as directions
advise fail to benefit you. C. H. Gries..
&? Co. sells lots^of It.
< >f otlier furniture and what we have Jo offer you for
the same money, will iead a sensible person to make
their purchases hero. The excellence-of our stock is
in t lie design, finish and durability -ih the best rec
ommnndations that furniture can haye.
For Your Living
The ones y*>u use most should
be above /jjl things suited to
your own Haste.
. The Pa^ce offers you a
wide ehoir^ in the matter of
Easy t.'haiiTj. Good taste find
good qualify have been com
bined to gi'Vr you the best.
Plenty of Air and Sunshine
Arc. ossi'Mtia! !<? ymir baby's
growth ami healthy develop
ment. < Mir lino u.t:
Baby Carriages
Was built for hard service and
for the use' of mothers who
want to r;ii>1 healthy outdoor
children. . Come in and see for
yourself how well they substan
tiate nil the claims we make for
. A splendid assortment in
white, gray, ivory and ecru fin
ishes at very reason a We prices.

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