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REAL ESTATE
East of City
Brand new house of five rooms, bath, cellar, porches.
"Will be ready to occupy in a few days. $2,875.00
HESSE & KIRCHINER CO.
25 ELEVENTH STREET.
Open Evening's. Both Phones, 471.
, Member Wheeling Real Estate Board.
FOR RE YT
7 Room and Bath. Elm Grove 5*523. (H)
(j Rooms, Wheeling Creek Road, near Patterson.. $13.00
L. A. ROLF AGENCY
30 1-lth Street.
Pr<T>*rtle? Managed, Money to loaa, General ra Bum nee. Member Wheel
ing Estate Board.
Nice Suburban Home
7 room modern frame dwelling at Kduwnod. near car
line. House is modern throughout. $6,500
Garage in rear. Price
Citizens Savings & Trust Co.
BANKING? REAL ESTATE? INSURANCE
Corner Sixteenth and Market Streets. Both Phones, 498.
HOME AT GLENWOOD, FOR FARM
6 rooraa. bath and laundry, lot 50xl->0. Handy to oar lim, vaiu* $3,500. Will
trade t or small farm.
TEE FINANCE COMPANY s^S?SSS.0
Xombm of the Wheeling- Real Estate Board
Seal Estate and Eiro Insurance.
W. Q. BSAXB. Manager "Real Estate Department.
Anr An S5O0 DOTO BALANCE MONTHiT
O J 3 U II SIX room fram* on pay liko rent plan. In an . xocU'Mit loca
? like this for city propfrtl^s are ra.ro.
TUCKER- CSURILLA-CAMPBELL CO. 1212 CHAPLIKE ST.
Op?n a-renUitf*. ? Natl 1064. Bell 710.
" MEMBER OF" TTHKEr.rN'G RKAf. EST AT K KOAKP.
Sixteenth and Market Sts.
Both Phones.
Open Evenings.
FOR SALE.
No. J2C7 Chapllne St 12 rooms;
two baths; two kitchens; laundry, j
Every convenience. Lot 46Va feet.
Ttto nice North Front St homes. :
Prices low.
I
A cottage o i four rooms and bath, j
Edg-wood.
Tatum & Caldwell;
Room 4 City Bank Bldg.
Bed 664. Nat' I 644-X.j
SUBURBAN HOME
7-room bouse. modern, lariri ? porches;]
hou?e In A-l cotj&ltlon. Thin is on a j
plot of ground 100x175 feet. almost ,
level; corner; several fruit trees; large j
jrrapo arbor; shrubbery and plenty of
shade tr?o?. Ideal location. Po?**<P3slon
April 1st. Price Jo. 200.
nusxie?
TMrd Floor Schmui&ach Wiag.
S-Atlo&Al 081. Ben 1593- 3. j
r
this is tsb place
KERCHER HEIGHTS
at
BEECH BOTTOM
SO bom* sites. ca.*<h or terms
Ask Chris, at stop 146. or See
R. J. McCullagh
Rooms Nos. 621 and 622
German Bank Building
Wheeling, West Virginia
Nat' I 118 Bell 892
FOR SALE
We have a large nurr.bor ot" hou*"^
?"or sale thro.iic.'iout >;ist ar:d si.titft
Wheeling, on < :isy t<-rrn>\ A small crusli
i>-iyrji?*nt ami ih>> balarw* monthly an
i-nt will H'cure 'jn- <>: houses .'or
you. Security Trust Co., Asvtit.
Security TrustCo.
Agents
Bell 77 ? Telephones ? Nat. 904
FOR SALE
Cnolce Sttburbun i lomcs. Kxeepf ionti'.
ly ?well located.
Rodcrus & Wins'erter
1019 Schznnlbach Building".
S?U 1577; Jffat'L 978.
FORSA.E OR TRADE
N. MARKET ST. HOME
This well-built three-story brick
home of :? rooms :.n<! bath. laundry;
In first-class condition, is for sal"
at very reasonable price or will
trade for Warwood or t >ut-the-Plke
Home. This Is an ?xcellent propo
sition. What hnv? you to offer?
PAUL-LOUGH CO.
19 fourteenth Street.
aeU 103. National 873- M.
Midway Lots
IW McJCECHEN.
I^et us show you the locations,
prices, terms, etc.. of the few un
fold lots in this up-to-date addi
tion. They are low priced and
on very eaay payments.
fieid fleal Estate Co.
Plre Inanrfmco.
Bell Pfcone 23.
419 Sclunulbach. Blclg.
Open. Saturday Evenings.
FOR SALE
On.6 htxndred and thirty -s?teti a -re farm wile*
I' rem city, xnd rnLJmi4.il. il Keln-nr i!ount*. 4 foot
tvir of coail which Is betrut operated. rt<.n?d tm:?rov*
icenu. Will take city prr^rty to the urn- urn of
52.500. a* cart Prtc* Ji.GOO.OO.
J. G. FINLEY
Real Estate and Insurance.
Bell JPhoae 35. Nat. Phone 2.
1108 "SrfertJulbach 'niAsT.
LATEST MAGAZINES
Books. Stationery. Post Cards. All sub
scriptions filled at publishers lowest
prices, direct to your- address.
C. H. QUIMBY
1612 Market Street.
Plumbing, Heating and Fire
Sprinklei Systems
KOBT. W. KYLE CO.
Now at 1518 Main Street.
Get Our Prices Bcforo Installing.
RIVER NEWS
The stKC*1 of th<i Ohio river at ihA
| local wharf last night was 14 fed 0
l Inches and fulling 1
. A good boating stvige Is still main
tained and rivernien are hopeful fur fh?;
freight tariff!'* of next week preceding
Kaster. Thy Reuben ljunhar departed
last night at t". o'clock for Pittsburgh"
' on lis first trip since It left the docks
to ,*-.!! (eve the steamer Ituth, and at
i !1:3U yesterday the steamer Liberty
!<*fti for Marietta. Th?* Dunbar 1?
' scheduled to pass this city tonlKhl on
i Its return trip to f'harl"st?.n.
Blver Telegrams.
I>avis Island darn} ? :?.T feet, f .-v 1 1 i n sr :
' cloudy.
S:etih?-nvi!lf ? M fe"t 2 inches, fall
ing; cold.
Parkt-rsburg ? 15.5 feet. falling:
cloudy.
Morijar.town ? f*.l f*1*'.. faliius; ploiidy.
?">'.1 1 *lty ? 1 fee? 7 iikIp-s. failing
snow.
' U'arren ? 6. eel. stationary: snow.
High grade finishing for
amateur photographers.
McCoy's
Kodak Shop
42 Fourteenth St.
- J
SUB ISSUE CAN END !
i
(Continued rram Pirn Payo.)
I fore bexinning the nrtiiitl writing rf j
?his message to congress and t hefutor <? ;
it is expected Mint tin- lierman sjitua- j
tioiii will be dealt with very fully. lie
is hopeful that no time will be lu.<i
in organizing the house so i tin ? lie
may deliver his address as soon as
possible after the extra session con
venes.
The attitude of bnl.li congress and
public opinion is sought in order to re
present both as fully as possible. As
to the former, the Presiilmt is anxious
inot to transgress the constitutional
: prerogatives of congress as the war
making body. It is realized that in
the ultimate analysis, regardless of
, what the President may recommend
Mhe responsibility tor decision rests
I there.
Public opinion, it was said here. ,i=
indicated by clippings from n? w>p.i
pers in all parts of the country, unmis
takably tavors decisive action. P?el
liseraticy is oni confined to the Atlati
!tic. and Pacific sections if opinions
gathered by the iidminisiriithn are a
'rue index. Demand for action on !ie
part of congress and tie' President,
comes also from the interior section
between the Alleghenics and the
Sierras. The viewv's reported !?*
some mid-western congressmen as to
i the apathy of their constituencies is ^
| considered more local than general. ;
Negroes Organize.
; l:icmniM>. V;i? Mnr? h ? Negroes
or Virginia. Mi.itrict <-i < \ilunibia. Mary
land. Pennsylvania. New Jersey nii'i
North Carolina organized here today tic*
colored citizens )>:i t r i? ? t ic l'-ami'V ailte
i to arouse '!?" n*t!" r.nv tor iiftitoii.il
defense iintl I" uri;.- th-'in ro remain at
! home and at work.
Reorganize Militia.
i ? ?ON" *? ? 1 1 1 ?. N. It. March J'.'. ' I" f : I'-k
islatmi- io-day under suspension ?>! tie
rules parsed .1 toll providing tor 1 1 ? ? !'?*
organization of tie' militta and which
! I'ViTV malv ? '?! tzen.s bet ??'. im-ii lite ages ?m
i IS and 4.*. will !??? registered in on.' o
; four e lasses. I'le-n* 111:1 \ he a dratt even
; m time of peace to re. tuit a military
? unit to full St It' UK ill. Sol, -et men ot
towns must file in April ot i'IU'Ii yai
[lists of men eligible for any military
' class.
Ont oi' the Wet.
! SAN J PAN". 1'. K-. Mar.-li J'.' ? if :ip
' plleants for first citizenship pap"t s lore
. nr.der t li ?? new la w . ii developed lo-day
| some 5e per cell'.' .1 re t Serum lis
I To Train Drivers.
! rXIoNToWN. I 'a., Maf.'li "> -An*
! iiixiiteeiiieiit was made io-re to-day by
the I'nioniowti S| Iiv.iy As.-o, iallon
that a training ramp tor automobile
drivers and aviators will !??? opened here
within th>- ie*\t two"w.- U< and students
will lie he'd ;n readiness a wa Plug a
possible call for >??! vice Mori' iiiai.
; . ??; cssioual jiutoiiiiil.il"' -ii i'.fi -? a nil a
ituiiilicr ol' a v ia tors h:iVi- notified the
speedway .assoeia t ion thai tlo-> will mm
the en nip.
The aviation . lass uiil l-e in charge
I lellovd 'rhoilinS'iii. of Washillgtoi . I '.1 . ,
land 1 nlonel \V. II Pickens. professional
' h tiiomoblle driver, of l.os Angeles. ? ! .
, will have chatg.' of th.> aviators.
Will Got Crodits. ;
VVASHIN'STi >N*. I "a . Mao-h . Mr.
; W. !?'. Uuiltt. president Washington
A J eff.-rs.,'n 1 "olleue. amioiinc. d !?? d;i>*
that ali s'ijil.-tits who enter government
service in .'event of war with "o-rma .y
will h. allowed full ' ??!!"?? ?? ? ' i-'d ' t t?r
tlie time speni in sci < ice V '? ntattv..
arratigenii'i'i!.-: to this cttei't is now hp
it'K prepared. i
Penney lvfvr.ia's Pledge.
I ll.MtniSm K'S. S'a. Mai -f. <SfV
I ernor lSnitnl-aiigh toilay 1 ? tiged ' ?
? I'residen' W ilson i*o. co-op.?r:i!|on ..
1 th? IVniisylvnnia i.'oinntit ; ? t j 1 ? 1 1 ? "
j sftfety. The gov.-riiur's i- l.-grani the
1 president sn i ? I :
| "A ec.niinitt. jiii l?Z ? snletv
1 I'ennsy 1 vmiia. mad" up ov.-r - '? '? " I1"
I res?'Ht:itivi' ai;*l nil lii'-nl itil ? itixi'tis.
j met iiei'e yc.-teri a;. '-:i .n\ i'ai '01, ol mi
governor and iileitfj.-d ?>??! . 1."- t"
orga 11 i/.c I'eniisi I" atii.'t t ? . oniple'..- pre
paredness and ,<ti|i|.ort II..' rational
: government in cv ry patriotic en- .
; dciivor."
Civilian Training- Caanpa.
1 WASH I Vl't'i i\. Mar. - Miil-s iOo"
' ;he esiahli- jiiii' "' ' iviliaii trail:. n?
camps in th.- ton.- miiiia- j o.-i-'ii ;:i.<-tn
1 were annotim'. ?! at t wtir d-'partme:' .
today as follows: ... v
Knst'-rn deparinic '. Plftti sbiirg. .
V.. lirst camp, .inne ;? *
tffcond. .Inly 7 t" Angur 1 .. I hi' d. A .
gust II to Si pi' inO'-r I'ourtn. . "i>
i r.-mh-r I . to ?>c:.i?.er M
(Vlltnil d"pni tm in. seiuoi ? 1 1 ?
Kort I it I. > . Kansas fir-' ' an.p \i s ^
II to .<? pt?inh'-i" s> ??-.?ti .. >? m >
i I*. nctoi.er I -I. '?oil Mieiiini;. U mil..
1 iir--: '-amp. Jnl> 7 Migusi > ? <??>>?
\ 11c us 1
111 h"
ioh'i. liliin.i'-. lirsi ciimp. .Iiin?- Iul\
1; sfcoinl. .lul\ T ii Angus' I li :
Aiicust It to S* pti-inh"- v. fourth. p
! t?'mi.er I.. 1 1, -toli.-r 11: junior ? i i v : -
j shui. fort I '.en jam 1 n Harrison. I ltd., lirsi
camp. .Illlle -tn in luiv ; Second. A11
gti?: 1 (..? Si-pt":uli..i' K?-rt H. A. l.'us
sell. W\o? July T \ nuns! : port I " s
. Moiip--. Iowa. tirs. .-am;'.. .?"i j : 1 - .'So lo
j.ltili ml. Vngtist f in Scpt'-m
1 Soutln-rn" dop.'i rt tnenl . V.is'..::. T''\:is.
1 May I to June iVilias. T.\a--. .luic
I 10 to Jul;.' lj; Aleyandriii. I.ji . .Itiiy .'v
[to A nuns; : Houston. T> \?is. S?i>icn.
! bf r S *. I .as V. gas. X M..
j. I uly L't to August jit.
W<--?ieris ?l ?? j >>i jt ; 1. -1 1 1 . .-hiiim isaihnMt,
[Oil., til's! ? .'illin lilllc . o ,liii> I: ser
j oinl. .lull T ii> \ ugust : \ in. rit-.'iti I.ali1'.
I Wash.. .VliBUsi 11 t ? > S. p;.ml>. r 1'or'
I-MoukIhs. I tali. \ -./i:s' il to Septum -
! t-r !?
For War Census
AI.H \ N V
. March V 1 1 1 ' ?"*
tal.ing "f a war census was
thoi'izing Him tal.ing .1 .. ..
sign' d ??;. <;ov.ri?or Whitman today,
Hospital Offer.
MA ItT I NSUI ' It' .'. W Vii.. March !
Secretary War r.alo't and 'Sovernor :
John J. ("ottiwi'll rr.-da: notified Mrs.
' < Seorge -\. Hoiisrh. president of the
'King's MitughTers Hospital here, that in
' ovetit of war tlie government and til"
.' st. would 'it her offer of the hos
: liitiil fa.'ilit i- s. The City Hospital here
. has mad" a similar offer. j
j . ._ 1
Larger Capacity. 1
WAS 1 1 IN" 1 ST< i.\. March JV - Construe- j
!t!oii of an additional building way fori
( capita) ships in Hie New Vork navy ?
( yard, has 1 authorized hy th? navy j
dojctriiner.t. Work will he begiin imme
diately and it is possible ?hat one of the
?ij.-iii" i.e. 1, a ? 1 Icshlps, thr?'e of which I
already ha*. ?? been authorized, mav he '
' constructed there. i
Three private shipbuilding concerns
have been award-d contracts for iho 1
const met ion of suhmnrin*- ' chasers of.
the I!') fi'ot type or Hmlliir to the 64 !
being construct.-d at the New York and !
N'i'w (>rl?-iiri. yards. Additional awards j
for these small i-raft are being made !
by Use depart u.."ti: 11s rapidly as agree
ments with 1 h*1 builders ;ire perfected. j
Voitmi i"-r yacht men Whose boats have >
been listed for coast patrol work are '
beginning activities along certain parts
of the 1 oas1 The department is with- j
out authority legally to call such vol
unteers into federal service hut has
gi \ en permission for thein to operate
individual!' .
Tor Universai Traininfr.
NKtt V ? ill fx. March J!'.? Universal
military training "is y national neces
si ? v. " In the opinion of William C. Ited
ilieid. secretary
iiiimerce. whose
j views on the --ill. ji'i't are expressed In a
'letter to the National Security League,
j made public to-day.
"1 cordially favu- universal obligatory
[military training.". Secretary ltedfield
| wrote. *' believing it to be greatly for the
'national good in developing a sense of
discipline and training in obedience and
! order 'f.ite apart from the question
1 whether its purely military side is ever
cal'.ed into service For the latter pur
1 pose I regild it as a. national ne^es
j slty."
The letter was a reply to the l'eague
j telegram sent to eacli member of the
1 cabinet ami President Wilson, stating
that 3S2 mayors throughoui the country
! had Informed Uie li-agu- of their en- I
! dorsemcnt of the plan. |
Athletes' I>oyion.
PHlLAMKI.rillA. Mar. An "nth- i
let its' legion." said 1 1 ? !>?.,? th- first mill- j
tary organization of its kind In this |
country, and composed of students ?-n? ?
gaged in all foims of sport, is to be or- '
gaaized at the I'nlverslty of Penmsylva- j
nia. accoriling to an announcement, to
day by Major Maylln J I'i'.'kerltig. j
graduate manager of athletics. The,
athletes will soon ordered to report
for military training, he said.
Only athletes will lie eligible for the
legion and 110 student will t- considered
1
Visit
Wait for announcement.
!'T |).nr!ii'i|Hi<i>>n ? m .-tiiil* r ,-n th- iim
v?tsi ly ttnlf.ss ij.? ? rjriiii.Ni :?i ? ia?" n?;\v
??rA.;uiu;^t i !??!,, jt wn> : ? r i ; i * > ? i : : ?
training is ??i in* ???;*? j u *? i ??? I tiiu?*s
Ji v\ k. th.* r !J|m r\ iMn|i Ai ;? I ? * 1*
I u k.-riiiii ;in.! M iJ. : U". lly. I S. A .
professor of hi; iit a i \ scj. tic.. and !.i< tics
ftl 111.- imivi sit;. . ii!h!< r whom there .is
already a ilr;lli:ic u ?i : ? . I..", mi ^ -
dents.
Patriotic Ge"trr>;i3.
\'i:U .\KK. .N. Ti..
man Hospital as,-..-, tai i.i., t? ??!. ? leti
li'Ti'il Hi" K"V.'I!!|II' I.! VV i ! !:? .1 1 I !
\athui :>i" us. ..I it- In ?> i ? ? i J .
lii" la r^.-st ||. t(ie city. v. II. - ? ;i J I'
? ?I iiiii - s and if. >cl ..rs
Tr.lt /VR'S's'CSGive.
oKI.Alh >MA i lii ? ? . .a . M :?
?-?"I'll.- "iily li.n.j; |..r ill.* I * :i 1 1 ?- J
Stales to <j.< in i ? i-i I . ? r inn una in
national honor :s c I is:!" w.n. Wi>
J la in J I. .a aril 'i'aft l?dd tic' convention
of 1 1:?- < 'klaii.'uiia I iii-Ji <>i tin l...i?;u>
i". Knforc. I ii. i" t < 1 :i ; "After
we p.-i into tin v.ar," In- said. "lit*
tiling t" do is i.i "ii i!i* id.
1 1 1? -s.' who ar> tlnhiiiu; ? h i many. v.
.an <|i. tiuthim: mil ma! ?? war i: ?u."
Mr. Tal" t n:a.l" !'???; r a-l.l: ? ->??> here
tin lay.
Display the Phis'.
N l*W Y *?! > Of
21a A:n>'i'i. -i ii .-iti. - >1 upon
today i>> .a.-. .(...rat" in Urinu'iii; .al? ut
an .>;*K<i'iiK">! iii-pia> of th- -tars and
Stripes ri*. -in 1 1> ?! i . ? s t!ir>. null. >iit ili.
country ? ? ami after April wln-n r-i-n
cress meets in lAira .?? ?>.?!> *ti. Ti.* \iii.>
ic.m I'.!..;-., siiriinv, tin? Nat ion. -i I S?
? iiritv I. a ? :? . ill- Aiii.-rl.Tin Ki^lils
league ami i ia- r. :si>i. ss Men's Na
tional S* t \ i. ? Ipuk'.I" uii t ? . ! m ili* .all.
May Be German Ajrcut.
i.il'LKh MIT. M ;>?? . Mat ?!: -f. ?
'"liarl.-s ll'i-.-ha m alii It.-a.lii. .a, a?>:.l
aim at '10. he'd ln-1.. ti.r in v i-;:t tuat ion hy
federal nut In. t i-l I- -s an- 1 siispi ? t.-.l by
local oftic.-rs of-l? itiB a ?l. riirui ajr.-nt.
stated toil iv ilia' h>- i'.-t in. rlv was -.it
insl rtti-tor in t l-'t-.-iK-lt university anil
i hat Iiis lir.-t Si.t. i'arl |!..iulmati, i.^ ; ?r? ?
fossor of iiui?i<- iti a ?*?"?! !.-^?- at Stat?*s
x- i ili-. N. i ! - .. i : . 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 s/i ill In- rani.- l'?
New Vork from Hut ttrilnrn iti l.'ocfiii
l..'f, 1 9 1 (!.
II.- was arrest. .1 r.'-a r ? i'.i! :*j.? ? ? t wlil'?
ri.litit; aloim III.- M issis?ij'pi
..Ii a- l.i. v.-l. I'-- !.l In Ill:- 1
inetlioil of travlim? li?- .-otiM :r i'ji
ttioiv int iiiii't.- nt. a of tli.. .?oiintry.
Anions 111"-' ts wa? f.-uil'l li list of
Itritlsli .?otisul.s.
SaJ em Patriotic.
< '1 1 A Kl.KST' ?N'. U Va.. Mnj . li 'J:' -
Sal* in oiliz- ns will li.lv>- a sir.-"! partnl"
.-?lal pass patriot!*. ? ir resolutions tliof'
Moii.tay nicl't a.- tli- t.'Sitli ->f a mov
i .i i.i initial. m1 t .-ii -i y i? \ tli.- Kntithts
I'vthlas loil:;.. of That .-it\ Tli.' titoi't
iiii/ w III l.ii- li.'l.i in 1 1 j < - Sal'-m i-oll.-g.
atiiiil'iri'ttu
Unjiatrllotic Acts.
Dl'LI'TH, Minn.. Miir.li 2:?. \nti-r<'
omitlnc lit.'r.'it'ir<> ami ' si i.-i:* t in;u'
tli. ir at'i'-aram
?.In- sal. :?? ar.-i
tlt"r f.-.sorts In r-> tmlny. Tli- r. was
n. i ii<1 if<i t i "n of tli.-ir iiiitl'.ot-siiij . ? it..
si ii-k'-r r. ad :
"politioiiui:-. i-.ipit;ili.?:s an. I ts.vvspap
>-r oiliinrs in-.- n.-vor f-Miti-l In ? ?? tr.rtn-li
*'s. Why slioiil.l th" workinRti" n li.-V"
\s an ?ift'Tinath of th" rioting in
v.hioli in or>.> than l(1'i Iniliistrtai U'.-rk
? rs of ih>- t\\.rl.l synipat h i/.- rs t....k pur!
Til.-s.lav tiiirht ilniihl.. ij. -tails of polio"
Imx'."* 1w??mi pla.-.-il iti tli.; iliHtri.'t I " n it . -.1
iStntes jn-.Ti-t .wrvli* op??rnllv?>s s>- k
iiiK author? of th*' .'inti-r.-.-niititiK:
lit.-rr?tur?. w-'f" r.-j-ort.-tl nilvini; with the
.v-i'Wiis i.' y.--.-!il|.'<l in th>- 1. W.
\V. truth.'! Inir pl:i.?<" T x\ . r; l > i >- !i * rts- n
.??rr.-?t"(| TifS'ltiv niulit ha-..- Iu>?n s.-n
t' t'c-'i to tli- v-ork farn
TOi- Universal Training-.
WA.-!H!\i;T( Mar.-h lr..|low
ir.K ii talk with th>- ; ? f- i . I. nt. S.-nator
? 'hantlv-tiaiti mi ill wh> ti li- r.-itit r.-.Iuo. s
his universal s-rvir. lull ho will prob
ably in:* k<- tin* minimum hi;.- limit
tw..?ny yi ars Ins: va.l of nitvt' .Mi y< ars
so that mor*' mature yottiii; tn.-n utl^ht
h.' trn.ni.-ii.
In mill it j?-> ii tn the army appropri.it ion
bill which fall.'.l of passu it- a: :h" last
s.-ssion >.f roiiiir'"-.--'. Senator '-'hainb.'r
Ia1n said that h.- I ?<? 1 i i- v I the new eoii
i;r'-ss shoilhl pr..^ nl" supplies of .ill
kinds sillTlri.'til t.. .-|iiip an arniy of
I .mm. 000 men. S.-itaiov r)iami?/rlai:i
iniil.-.l that tinder - -vistinff legislation
for the r^ktnlai army, th" National
tliinr.l n nd vi)lunt?'"rs. it ousltt to t.u
possililr- to rais-- as iarK" ."'ft at my as :?
usury '|-i lekly.
t "ontldenoi; that a utiiv-rsal tralniiiR
l-ill rt in i .- pass.--! hy .-..iii'ivis durin?
th*- ex t la session was iitfss.-d by tli"
"i-nator II" said and. e tn-- sys'.-m pro
Jios* li .-.00.00.0 y..i:iu; j;:0U ?-.?'il.i l?' train
ed ? a.-li V'.-hi- ui a cost of apj.roxiibate
). j i .ooo ,0'Hi.
G-lrl Racriiltors.
i 'I I ICACii >. Mar. Ii J. Tw.-nty ?irls
iti khaki ...ven-oat s and army hats join
ed th.- First Illinois infantry as auxil
iary r.'.-rnit ini; oiYI.-.-rs today Tile irirls
?'-r>- a::siKn.'ii i" ili" nut >>m..l.i!.' d**tuil
whii'li i- s.-arehitiK the eity for recruits.
Bondages Ta:ni>erotl With.
\K\V Yi'KK, Marcli 1 usta iic.'.h .f
Kl'otlild ttiass in 1-aii.iaci's pr. par"d for
I h>. American l!"d 1 rnss have b.r.-n dis
i.-oM-i-.-.l, it was d'-i-lar.'d in a stai'-iii'-nt
from tie- oryanii-.a ti.'ti uut hori/..-<l l?y
AltxTt \Y. Strauh, dir. .twr ?..f :h<- At Inn
lb: division. "I am .|not"d )ti tji" ne?s
mip-rs." the stat.'in.-iu read, "us hav
Inr d-elor.-d m I'iti lad-ll-hia that n.j
tional supplies tnad- l.\ lb-. I ? * r?.'
workers had been found tampered with
by spies, and that bamltiKes had been
found soaked with poison. ms .-Ii.-iiiIcjiIs.
No such statement ever was made hy
me.
' It is true, however, that. !n one or
two instances we have iVun.l croup. I
glass in bandages ptepare.l for the U"d
Cross. Tlese have heen promptly de
tected and the cases report'-d to *tie
proper authorities.
"Wliai 1 wished to emphasise was
the I of proper .-auti..ii in tin: prep
aration of medical stippii- s lest su. li
iMilv by thorotiKh in
I .-till p-- rinjf on ... . . .....
st.eet i..ii and iiackaninu nt chapter lu.-ad
H'tarters can lied '.'ii.s" material i.e
protected, not only against tautperini;.
but. what Is m.-r-' dimiiero is, infection
find iinsnniiary haniilinff."
Paratleo Postponed.
W.A SI 1 1 N' ?T< 'N. Mar.-h 2!' ?The p-a- ?
parade under ilie auspices of the emer
gency peace federation s.-t for Monday
and the patriotic parade, under the aus
pices of local business men. s"t for Sat
urday. will not take place, the Washing
ton police department bavin* declined
t.i issue nec.'ssarj permits. Superinieii
d'.nt Pullman unnounced today both
parad'-s had been "[>ost polled indefinite
ly." He said no permits fur parad. s
of any kind will h? issti -d at the (.r- -?
ent time, i-'.-ar of db tiii l.inief s is said
to have been responsible for tie- .?<??! i.-n
of the police.
Extensive parade plans had l?> -"ii mad.
by I he enierKelicy peace federation and
pacifists iu many cities in Kastern states
had been llfK-d to coiue lo Washington
and participate In an anti-war demon
stration. At the |o.-al lieaclfjuarters of
the orcanlzat Ion it uassiil.l tliat a m:i-,
meetiiiK con ver.l i"ii hail her- M -n
day would be held as announced.
DEATH FOR TWO ON
RAILROAD CROSSING
MARTINSBT'RO. \V. Y.v. Mar. 20.
Mrs. Eilwartl Pu Ik, ab'c-d 16 your-, am!
hor four-y?.;ir-old gram!. son, Fwilvriirk
Fulk. of 1'iki'side, this oouniy, were
toiluv pround to doalii under a t'uin
borlaml Valley railroad train, near
Tabl<;r'.s Slat ion , four miles, frotn this
city. Tin* woman and child wore in
a bnpey en route t-n a neiirhlairinc farm
and were struck by a passenger ' rain
a? they aitempied to drive across- lit"
tracks. The curtains of the htiptjy
were drawn and ilti- hiirh wind pre
vented tlie woman hearing tin- ? warn
in. c of the onuine. The imrse wis
killed and the buiiav was r.-duceil to
splinters.
WON BY CANN.
I'lTTSItKIti ;h. Alarch [I Ted ford
("ami. of the New York Atlib-tlc '"Itib, to
ujlflil won the lirn yard national A A
1 sw'.mmiiiK ciiampb.nsitip :ti :"'i I !
seconds in a m.-.-t at th" l-!t ; >-l?ui cii
\ 1 1 ? I . i t i <? i 'iu!.. \orniati I:-. -. <?: iii"
? ilyltipp- i "1 ub. of' Sin l-'rai" > o. u ,
second, less Ih-i;. .. ? ard i-hiii.! ??ana.
and rim < 'raiuau:, of the I 'it t sl.it' i;h
A'luatic 1 "lub, fl'ilsh? 1 ir.-.'d r rs i .-?!
The time made hi 1 'alin b''',il;s the .-'-a!
record of 1-5 s.-i-onds set tn the
fame event last, y. i- l.y (-, ri il. tiilii-.
ray, of ( Chicago,
I ~ _ I
(Continued from .First Paso.)
i
!ii;tv w ; t s marked im!; by G few rtci- j
' iirocai bombardment.- '' i
; 1 I
British Report.
LiiMiuN', \! ;t rcii s : f.O V- m.?
Tin- liritish I'orc s in i-'runct.' have rap ,
uitvi! the \ ilia oi NVuville Uourjon- ;
\al. east N pi"' s. according lo lie
? >n;ri:i! ? ommiitiication issued this
evening. illeavv casualties were in-;
tin ii-tl nn : li? Hermans. Tho statu- i
men; says:
"The vfiiage of Neuvillo Bourjon- .
' val was ca |d tired this morning after
a short light in whicli tin' enemy lost
heavily. W" took a few prisoners.
??Our raiding parties entered the
i-neiiiv's liii'-s during the night east
..f Arras and in t li?- neighborhood of
Xfii viil.'-Si. Vaast and Neuve Chap
, ii... Several dugouts were destroyed
: ? 1 1 < I Casualties were indicted.
?Two German airplanes were driven
liown in a damaged couditiou during
air lighting y>*st> nlay. Three of our
inabilities are missing."
German Statement.
I'.FltUN. .March 29. ? Following is
ih>- -oliieial account of operations on
the Franco-Belgian front:
"There was vigorous artillery fight
ing yesterday. continuing into the
night. between Lens an dArras. I'e
fore daybreak yesterday, in rin en
j agi'iti* nt near (Toisilles and Kcoust
St. Mi-inti'-in, northeast of Kapauine.
tpo Brilish olost one oflicer and &4
men who were taken prisoner in addi- j
lion to numerous who were killed by .
an advance of our protecting troops.
-In the Champagne several attacks,
undertaken by ''1f' French in an el
fort to regain the trenches captured
from them failed with heavy losses.
"Oil the left, bank of the Metise
i Verdun front) yest'-rday. our defen
sive tiro frustrate"! French advances
against Hill SOI which were in pre
paration. This morning an attack
launched on a wide front failed undei
our tire and at one place through a
counter attack.
"Fast of Verdun ont airmen shot
down two captive balloons. -In air
? ngagements and by dciense lire, four
etiemv airplanes were brought down.
"Kiistern front: Conditions were
generally quiet. ;1 . ,
"Macedonian front: I he situation is
unchanged."
Gen. Ktanrlco's Statement.
LONDON. .March I'- !"? ? T^e
? i tin are now i*tiir*,iii!li,''i along the
t ro'nt over whs.:!, the French and Urit
i .i, ?r,v.. :?<lv:c ???inc. according to a ,
statement made m the Associated Press j
to-dav bv Maj'?r Co-ncra! I'. H. Mauricc. j
,?.;,..i.;i .Maurice, who is ehi-i director
nt' military operations at the war office,
j said that whether the positions taken
I up bv tli?' iJermnns formed the mtich
! advertised liindenhiirg Iln.- would not
I.f reveat"d until the French and British
armies had brought up their heavy artil- j
?'mir advance has slackened, owing to
the difficulty of feeding the t root's in
the devastated country." said ?.eneral
.Maurico. "We are also su: termg trom
the fact that we must over tlje jormer
ball Icfield. while our allies have clearer
t round. They also have the advantage
id' not coming into touch with the encmj
?it a-' short a distance ns our forces, for
in making a straight line the ilcrman*
had to withdraw to a greater depth on
the French front than on ours.
"\k we advance the evidences or wan
ton'de^t ruction show that In what I said
week 1 minimized rather than over
drew my description of the i;onnans
? work. I r.otlce that in defending their
action the I'.ermans slate they are < ut
i i inc the timber for a military objecr.
'This defense is ridiculous, as they lett
falb-n trees for our use to a much larg.
rxioiit than wo would cv??r haw. dn^iir.t'd
of cutting for ourselves. For Instance,
fruit trees make excellent trench and
dugoiis props, hut we never would have
used them unless they had been b it lor
us bv the Hermans. , ,
"U'inle we are still engaging the i.er
mans In the open there is no doubt they
have reached a trench line from which
Ihe'vnre not likely to withdraw until we
brttnr up our t rench ? destroyimr puns.
Ilen. e we are hnr.lly likely whether this
forms t : i ?? much rul vori is*;cl 1 lin*1*%iihin P
Mne until we are prepared to assauit it.
ir. the meantime our forces are not ^.'e.n
enouKh nor have ihe\ had time enough
to build an opposing line ot trcnclu -.
Eiiergfotic Itc^?iRtaiiC0.
1 .ciyinix. Marcb S:45 p. in. ? The
Hermans are continuing to 'offer ener
i:. tic r* sisf a nee on the northern part
tiielr new line in France. Ueuter's cor
i.?i.ondent at Hrltlsh headnuarters in
l-'rance snvs :1c- Germans . vlib-ntly p -
! sard Oroisiiles as a point, of gr<-al tec.i
' nical linpori.uic* and arc contesting the
pproach of the British i" it in tone,
but are heinc hard pressed.
Th? l 'rii Ish patn- d considerable
i; round south and W' Si f't '
yesterday. The Hermans fe:l back.
ili;hiln? as i li* y withdrew and sun- -rim;
tl -.ivv casual ti> s.
In the Milage of Neuvillo Bourjonval
S : v mi|e? si utheast ot Ttap mux . the
correspondent says, tho tlermans suit' .
ed heavily In' this en>;apemcni. .1
v. -ii as the ??:ie near ? *r? ; illes. t h<
Hrltish casualties are re;'ort>i| p. .h:iv
I I. -n la^iit. the charai-ter of tin count rv
furnishing I ever for : h. attack mi,
troops. This is indicated by the num
ber "t tic. . Inn. > guns which the Hrltish
are ca pt u 1 1 n ??? sliowmir that tin' machine
L'un crews are being tut v'tu ot act ion.
'I he cavalry has tal.- n a coiisiderabb:
number ot machine guns bv charging
tle-ir emplacements.
Still further south Hrltish outposts
row hold Villevc.pie. I :t r*Mllers anA
\ 'aux. The line <?!' lb- British advance
?i tilt" point thus forms a w- dg>- 'ii
r. cte'd nt St. Queiitin. the sp>-.\ of which
i- about live miles west of the city.
Russian statement.
PKTROni{.vr?. March ivia l.ondon.
;; ; 1 p. m. '1 -ib'i'ortitig military open
lions on tin battl" front in llussia and
Cahcia. the official st.itena nl issued to
day by th'- kupsinn war department
sa vs ;
"\\ cstorn front: North of Stanisla
; vov. in the region of th? villa ge ot
I .laniiill/a. the ? n?-my after intense ;ir?
tlli-rv i' reparations and tiiiii- and bomb
tiring* attacked, but i>e.nvr met by otir
ritle and ariiller\' t ' ? comp.-l . >i to
retire to his . ntrc-nchne nts.
"I.'uring the night ?t Monday enemy
att'inptn to lake the of:-tis'.ve north
Slavontlna. t. n miles s.-inliwesi -:.f
l'.rzszanv. wen repuls?*d. I'.as t ol lu/.s
j!n ny w." exploded a iur^e mine. After
our scuts torc-d the
enemy's tranches .and tie: ibrmatis w-re
ejected at the point of tie- bayonet from
I dugout In which tie V had hidden.
After having taken "1 Herman prisoti
? "our scouts .returned to their por
tions.
im the rest of tin- i rent t,ner<
uting reconnt!
uid rlib
in
aloni;
I'FTIP >i:i:,M'. Mareh -0 i via Ix-niiou,
H IT p. m.)- '!'< 'tonic attacks- o|j in,
-oiitl,. rn cihI of 'he Uussiaa front w.-r
delivered yvslirday. but were stopped
b; I lie ltus:.i .n t re. ? ri ?? war oiTie,. u,.
Iioiilic.ii today The advanc.-j. w.i- al
tctufCi-.] i ; i :ii.. region north. .is? of
Fokshanl.
1'ii.y i iii- line- ..p. rations are re port- <1
from the raiicasus front. I". ?? state
ment reads:
"Kussian fr. ntt ?i'ir c..an?. r a't-n i;s
r aith of lie rivers < e. . suban
>os. for the "purp-'S* ? . t" t- .. ining our
lost po:-it ions w.-r.
ful. Kneniy a't.'inpt"- 1 > adv
the Fiiksham-T- -u tciiui high road ner- j
;:rr. b\ our tire.
"I'ausasus front: in the dircciioii of
Hitlis our s-"uts attack-d tie- Turk-1!
at TaUbtal. I ?. ' _? mii ?; north of r.it'is
and aft.-r ba.of -im; s^cii. t i.- . nemv
i.turn-d t>. ili tt own trendies bring
inc as prisoners, iw.o officers and twive
vskaris. ' 'n the- remainder of r h ? ?
l'r< -lit there wr.- r> com . l-sanc's by'
scouts and r> >?!!?!? > >1 :i ? i ?i "
Turkish
l:l-:m.1.\*. M if. >? Jf -I v. -f. ? S,: to ?
Sayvillei Tie Turkish ? it'ii i ii 'tat*.'- I
ment issu--d under date Friday. ]
Ma.-. h 23. is :?> follows:
?'< 'au.-asns r rent ? . u
li' it:. -ring ta. bii.ent -? .-i i. . in; i.i ;
w im: p-iiet'-,!. ?! uto p.'- !. positi i- |
ii- |
veer.- ink* ti in
ii-llict. .1 nt on
malt
dt I'elld- . I
? in -i
v. : t u
in on
upon our ??
"The Si't
\\ ? stern fr<
t" !
"I NOW CAN EAT PIE.
Thankful Montana Mines Nerv-j'
Worth User So Writes j *
To Her Druggist.
< inly tho?e persons who have gone'
through the happy experience roc- v
ordered in the following signed state
ment can fully realize the deep plea.?- i
ures of the table. One must have
suffered severely from indigestion
and i hen found a way to eat without
distress if he wants to know what the
enjoyment of his meals really means. .
Mrs. Parthetia Keener, of Montana
Mines, Marlon county, found such en- j
jnv in en t by the use of Nerv- Worth, as '
the following letter, which she wrote ,
a few days ago to Crane's drug store, ; ;
Fairmont, fully proves:
"I. have taken three bottles of Nerv-j
Worth and it has helped me wonder- n
rully. ? j
"1 was so nervous that 1 could not ? .
stand the noise of children playing. '
"I now can eat onions, cabbage, j
cake, and pi?. ? .
"I NOW CAN SLEEP NINE
HOCUS. .
(Mrs.) "PARATHENA KEENER."
Montana Mines, West Va. ' c
Your dollar back at Uaer's drug
store, Wheeling, if Nerv-Worth does
not benefit YOIT. Ask at Haer's for
the new Nerv-Worth Laxative Tablets. F
25 cts. a box. Wonderfully good for
liver and bowels, especially in con- e
nection with Nerv-Worth, the ionic. j ?
Nerv-Worth is also sold at Mingo.
Junction by Moore Bros.; Marlins;
Ferry by Ralston A.- Parker; St. Clairs- j
ville by Patterson & Sons: Barnes- j
ville by Hiiles Bros.; Cameron by j
Cameron Drug Co.; Sistersville by C. 1
B. IMsque; New Martinsville by Horn- '
brook's Drug Store; Moundsville by , t
J. II. Beam Drug Co.
(Continued from First Pa ga.)
or peace between the American and f
German nations.
c
No Intention to Attack. *
"Germany never had tin; slightest ^
intention of attacking . t lie I nited
States of America, and does not haw <_
such intention now. It never desired f
var against the United States of
America and does not desire it iodav. ?'
"How did these tilings develop".' .
More than once we told the United r
Stales that we made unrestricted use
(if the .submarine weapitn. expecting
that England could be made to ore
serve, in her policy of blockade, ;he'
laws of humanity and international
agreements. This blockade policy ?
tliis 1 expressly recall has been called K
'illegal and indefensible' itlie imperial r,
chancellor here used the English i
words of President. Wilson and Secie- F
tary of State Lansing.) Our expecta
tions which we maintained miring *
l ight months have been disappointed *'
completely ; England not only did nor '
give up her illegal and indefensible
policy of blockade, but uninterruptedly
intensified it. England, together wily
her allies, arrogantly rejected tli-j f
peace offer made by us and our allies
and proclaimed her war aims which ?
aim at our annihilation and that oi ?
our allies.
No Hostility.
"Then we took unrestricted suhma- :
ritte warfare into our hands; we na?t
to force our defense.
"if the American nation considers
this a cause for which to declare war
against the German nation with which
it. has 1 i v ???{ in peace- for more than :
t.ne hundred years, if this action war ??
rants an increase of bloodshed, we
sliail not have to bear the responsi
iiilin for it. The German nation, f
which feels neither hatred nor hostili
ty against the United States ol Anier- ^
ica. shall also bear and overcome this. J
As to Russia.
? Th<? imperial chaiicell'jr also referred ?
t.. ? ;. i manj-s attitude it.war.l the recent
.?'.??nis in Kussia a atl recalled in furmei f
t ii-i.s titc honored friendship between
t ? i ; \v<> countries. Il?* said, however. i
that this friendship had ended with the n
ilea tli "t Alexander II T
Kmperor Nicholas had more and more
drift' d into tin; lOntenl-'s wake and into
i 'Mi-Slavic currents, ami hud finally
become a partisan of the war party,
omnipotent under the Kussian autocratic
retime. ,, ... y
??Thus." said the chancellor, in tin:
fateful davs of July, !!>M, the Kussian _
emperor declined to listen to the appeal -
made Itv the OermUll emperor. line ol
i?n- lejje'ndarv reports disseminated with i
especial einiihasis by otir enemies is F
that it Aias the iS?;rman tjnverniljent
v -Inch assisted the autocratic reaction
arv policy iti Kussia .-iBainst all the
tiiovoni?>ms ol" lihwriy. 'Mm? yosu* :i??> J
declared here in the Kelchstag that this
?isservaiion was directly contrary to the 1
facts. i J
The Japanese War.
"When Uussia, in lt'05, by the Japan- t
.?.? war and the resulting revolution. 1
ittMdved in distress, it was the ?
? let-man emperor, who, on account, of j
persona! relations of friendship, urgent- j
lv -ulvised the Ktissrian emperor no long- J -
to oppose tin- luslilted wishes of his j
ivit lot, for reforms Kmperor Nicholas (
nreierred other roads. In Kussia. had ;
I'MjiiNiiii ruu 'I on intorniil . J
r e, .instruction. there would not have .
Iiceii room f?.r the restless policy of ex- i
Mansion which finally led to this war j
?ind which has changed the old regime j
s.. much that now it is bard even to do
: i j *-s t tee io natural, human pity for the . c
,l..ivi.t ? odileii house of the rulers. |
\,,!i?dv can tell how things shall de
I , vi t our attitude toward Kussian
? .??ni'-' is clearly outliiied. Wo shall | *
al's.. follow the principle that'" we never j
noddle with the internal problems or i
other countries. It now is malicious]} J .
r- i. oiled that tlermany wants, to tttt-*|
n ib i liit*- the hardly conquered freedom |
m1; ti." Hussion u;iU?>n iih! thut the J*" ? s
uiiii. ??mperor wants to re-est'ablish the!
rule of i be .'Mr over bis enslaved sub-,
jects. All th- se ai" merely lies and,
-lander a.~ I tier- expressly state. i F
??How , he Kussian nation wants to r
t,.M lis hem.- is only , the bus -
n- ss o" tie liuss an i aitoii and we shall [
not meddle with it. The only thing -p
il at we hop-- is that ill ltussia foum.a- .
-oris inn ??' dev. !"|. thai will make her (
strong ai"! ti nil inilwarlt oi peace.
Chinese Relations. ? I
r.-t'-rence to I'hiie-se relations. ] '
the ehane--IIor said: !
??iinr r. lat lona with China had al- .
he. n ol tiie liro.vi friendly nature,
?tjii'l if (lose relations have actually!
b-ei; terminated by the t'hinese govern
?I e-it [ n- '-d not tell you thai this- Is
,he iree resolve of the Chinese gar
. i r.meiil. but t hat it has acted under j
pressure' of our enemies !
-K nanclal differences, which could,
not he mustered during the war by I
I-I.in-. also plave.l :> f:>ir part in it.
Vnemi'S- objee; also is to destroy
,r:,d- in i "b liia and- to appropriate
wit eon' i.ii-r what lias been establtsh
? 1 ib. -re durinc many years by Oerman
. iiicieiiev and "lernian industry. i
-l-,;.. r.-sult "f | he war ? as I confl- 1
P.. -will Kiv" us the oppor- i .
-o rebuild wliat has bee* ue- *
I I a ;iil to rebu Id it at the ex pens- ;
!.*s. Then our friendly r. - ?
i ,' ? with riiinri will revive, provided ; i
ri .' '?hiiia will preserve until then the . _
force of resistance against '
jo'.'. ?, 'id -a it Ism ?'f h.r present i ?
I]
FATAL EXPLOSION.
m.'IDCKrOUT, Conn . March 1!'. ? ' ^
'i'lii '- men afe fatally hurl ami four |
oil.: ;, s.-rii.tisly injured as ;i result : (
nt a t.-iribl.' explosion in the factory 1
of trie P.iidcopori I'd ass company late
thi.- afternoon. The cause of the ex
pl"-h>ii !s >n rar unknown.
Tlie i plosion oc< nrr. d in what is
liiov. :i a a tin Inioji I'.ranch. a small
i ? 1 1 i i 1 1 i ni- ite'ach'd from the main fac
tor). The seven men injured were
WANTED ? Male Help
VANTEO ? Rilesman of b?U?r claja to e*ll OB 1?J
aiclana uid dentinta. Aretaca men make f35 wnak
State at, mperience. 5*. 0. Box 121.- PMJedal
ibin. ]??. ror-:4-r-?
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VANTED?U turn cxiterJciWd at aoldertng emu t
Karn from JS.OO to J3.50 per day. Wheellnf Ceo
V. 47th & Koff Ht?. ? rar-!l-l
VANTED ? Boy, for genera work In wholeaala no
llmi^ ?nre. 1303 Main H'? mr-JS-l
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ft. mr-31-l
V ANT E D ? fialeirnan. to Mfl Port ear*. Weimar tc.
Wad'Jell, Ford AS&iM, 1 ft- 1 a JJ roadway. Island.
mr-U-l
VANTEO ? Mm who can tj3* "all to Bibcp*11
g'lages. (Jreit chnnre for -Igtit a an. Alias Tam*.
:20 Market Ht. Bell pbon? 1J35: Xfti- 168-T.
mr-U-tf
WANTED ? Men to ?elJ Vpur line of fcc<iaatiol4
furnishings, from hou>/ to honta on (sail
weekly raj menu. Wa p?f weekly.
mr-6-tf C. F. ADAMfa. 1140-1142 Main St.
WAN I ED? Two younj tneu^ui work newi a|MU oa
It. * 0. tralnj Apply ft Onion N'ttl Co. offee.
n. i o depot. k m-i-ti
iV AM T ED ? At inc*, aereTI g*xwi ialirary ted aalai
boys, to work bafoia actfiol. Aj-Ply at ClrettUtloe
Defcrtnunt. Intelligmcar. .yatweea ? and I a. M.
WANTED--?emale Help
VANTEtf? Girl for Kpn??ra? housework. Net. phone
1351 -Y. Mrs. Geo. Lecoraf rrino, 12^0 Wafer Ht.
> car- 29-1
WANTED-:-To Kent
V Afi TED ? Farm to rent o^UaltM. Landlord to fie d
rmrj tiling. Call Htrll Jfvj-M. mr-29-1
WANTED TO RENT ? 1 nr^j room modern bouaa wit*
garage prefeir?il. Out tb<{.pike. Addreaa Suburban.
are ttil? offlcc. - mr-13-m
FOR SALE ? Horses.
OR SALE ? A mutch teaih'of blacka 7 and S y*ar? a
old. weight 320ti lb*. NJ^.-uld take ?mall horaa In
icliaiijre. Po>t Office Rci^ 377. Wheeling, W. V?
j mr-l'-p
FOR 3.ENT
FOR RENT? CORNER A'ORE ROOM MAIN AND
INTH STREETS, FORMERLY LOGAN'S CORNER
100. ALSO NINE LARGS FIRE PROOF STORE
100MS, L0V/ER AND VUPPER FLOORS, IN
IAWLEY BUILDING. I..
) AMES L. art A WLEY.
1065'i MAIfc STREET
OR RENT Third f!.J..r .ifjirtmeiit o ro?ma and bath
^4 tli j:,d Clia|.linc. Imifjr" Irwin's drug afire.
P0U2IRT
OR SALE V.zx* for 'liiTni.g. 1" cent* eaeb.
\Vlii:e Leghorn. I'rl.e l^ff OrpiiigtiMi. Tlire? Buff
Ocker?U *3.0" carli. Sihiil,' Kicll l-'arui. >"al. ;ib'.>nc
V'iisi iilM-Y. ? u;r-M
HOHOUGHBHEC) ISstreil ^nck Oorkerels J3.t?l and
Ksk? ?1.">? ?et;ia/' Stihveil farm. Jlavland,
?li!o. ' T mr-g-SPt
OR SALE ? Kswi for l!i:V:l-i?-. S. ? . Rhmle Island
Itrd". I'arki bred M Is..* Ilanej Blue Au
UlusUn <v>lumbl3ii U'\a:njfi(> pe: J5. Ilenr7
,;ine. 4ll? Crie St., .Nat'i 'fi?r;c IK'tr-M. ii!r-lJ*3t?t
I H 0*0 E ISLAND l:?ril. Illfff l.i-.(."fii e/c. and ?twJc
f-.'T sale. li. II II' :uti;:i'b. W li'Tlltli. \V. Va.. R 2.
J" tnr li-4i-t
FOR SALE
OR SALE ? T w.\.: Satn. clti-frW: liyllls,
i"*l b> furiia*'**. >w to trii acr^i of
I'.tlllt t\V?? Viil.-* u jiMIIiIht of 1-3
nomwl All < i? rjl! l"-J Nn'l,
'rank lit >uii!. *. mr-rjO-l
OR SALE ? ' In <l ? l)4*i M ?iiilftfTl if . I'v?! onlj
two ru"H'iis. i'o|i?r u rvy MltJj
m*n ??tri|'f. A! v. ji. )n$+ pim*. ;T??tiH*rnr. nuxk,
? % jtnl first luv -huh'k 'jjt' ? >11 li. Kre<li*rick,
x Vitimui jJionr. j!- wrtr??*N?. .".103 Jn?x>l>
invt. ? jitr-Hl in
OR SALE? Tu . M t*;i. ^ Liwotth Park".
H'-th'Mi'-. \V. 'AlH'ialfi. Ilclloir^. Ohio.
- mr-^U-t
or'sale ? "r-i I ? >. ' Aiirr lu. xi rwt on
Alloy )."? M f.nr U J.%:??;?iirv havld A. Henry,
rrr-D-I
FOP SALE? SIX ROOMitl HCUSE. IN BUSY
TOWN. WITH MIL;.S EMPLOYING API
PROXIMATELY 6.000 M?N. LOT 50X152. CAN
GET PURE SPRINT, TwATER IN A FEW
MINUTES WALK. Wl?E SELL CMCAP TO A
QUICK RUYEIt. AS tOWNER WISHES TO
LEAVE TOWN. TOlt. A REAL BARGAIN
AD0RESS. ChEAP. C*??E I.Vi'CLLIGENCER.
iur-2lil
FOR SALfii* OR RENT
OR R%NT 0P. SALE ? l*?j *> fa mi. ?0 r^ai hous?.
Ijrsi* liar'i. iivw -ilo. S:. i Uir%iil!?*. Ohio. (!a!|
a .?r aiMri's!* J. Johfin^j, nrv rn?l a%*t. rialr^rlUc,
rl? ;.hoiif \ ... > liru .n?r*2%-ra
FOR SAL^v-Automotiie
OR SALE P:n-V'-.-? 2 ?*>? tr'vk . cua*Aiile*l fir>t
(???lolltion. ?i?ji ? wltli alile
jrlaliiH Hii'l tl.?* itilric f"r uioviiu
kn or ilrny. lUtftuiti Jt-'ni.
axicab A- fc.i !???? ? ??.. /.aiirsulk, 1
B US1NESS O^PORT U2iITIES
' N
'AYING **'oti?l ii.t'iii - r.'.f w. ttii J^00. irtll
Mrrlfirt' J*:*- f <1. Vcs ol(l**ml [>j
t)?i'ital f ?: oj:?T3tJ??n. I UrMaln*. M. '
? ? tur-alO-i
~ MISCELLANEOUS
REE <i;:ui;>tr>K irr. i:ud <1;; fi.-e : r.-.;n i^,
Tliu .'. K. M'? lri>n.-'iViirk>. ^'>tli A i'baj.lliie
.rr-it. Wheeling. U'. \ mr-2S-m
/ANTED ? Posltlxli to ijT' ?l!crat:?n? cb roman'*
elotblng. (.'all Natlona". pliLue 101U-H. mr-29-t
1 siecured. Truile
tuarUa reglster
.. 5 ??(!. Patent and
rademnrk lltipI^tI()^.,? Booklet free.
M. X. DTTJfljAP* Patent ZiXvrye r.
Natlonsl ICxchani?e liank Building:.
?Wheeling, W. Va.
PATENTS
FUNERAL pIRECTORS
VRTERIAL iMBALMERS
.'alls prompi.y a'.Ujnded at all time*.
TILEKONE8:
Store ? B"!! 1 - 12; '.National 174S.
Heeidcnci- ? \V. li, Coocv, Bell
National 1I7"-Y.
Residence ? .V. ^?iswenger, Nation*!
39 9 -It f
d i;e d
CHULT2? Oe Wrdr>e?la? March ZS. 1917. at CT.W*
land. at 0 .30 i.'clo-lBa m. RAYMO.VD FRAN
CIS BCHU1.TZ. In the ??'!? year of Ltj a??.
un*ral from tlie re>:deotfj- of hu fitiier-ln-law, H.
A West, No. 317 Mainjittreet. Saturday aftamooa
a*. 3:30 o'clock. Iis1eiid-: of the family are lnrlted
to atteod. lu^ermoiit at (irevowood ceaietery.
RACHT ? On Tuesday, ."^jreh 27. 1017, at Brldji
l>irt. own. at i3:4S o'ctrck p. tn.. MRU. ACOCST
i'HACHT (nee) SCHMIfJir, ?<ed 4i yoaca 3 anooLha
S dayi. ?;
uneral from lie: date retvirnre. So. 211 Mala atnat,
I'rtdar aftejno"u at ' - "t.l o'e.lnck. Kneuda of tba
faintly ar< lnrlt?l ?* aite.id. lntermeot at
Urw-'tn?0"d cNneiery. . -
FUNERAL 'pIRECTOM
LOUIS TIrtschy
FUNERAL DWECTOR AND
ARTERIAL EMBALMER
1122 and 112^; Main Street
? Callo Answered; Day or Night
Store Pt/jnes 635
J. J. Bertschy ? iiaL Phone 1959-R;
Bell $34 -R.
3RUEMMER & HILDE BRAND
Undenakari a^1 Em?alm?ri.
(Call! Prompt Aaiwtrad.J
>l?Dhono<: Stort: 207 Hlell : 207 Nat RaMAtMei
1994- M Nat.; JI2-J Ballf
Richard T. McCoy
Funeral Director and Embalm er.
1609 CHAJL^I STXKXT
ifllco PKOlTfS -Xeeldence
.374 J Bell. ; 88- W Bell.
"23-Y Nat. !_ 1579 JC Mat.
ho only occupai^is of ibis small
lui.lcitng and none cf them Is in a con- m
lit ion to give an?- account of the r
iff air. ?

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