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FALL VICTIM'S '? I
: BODy TO KOI; mXMAINS or OTXY W. H AIOHT, JCXLLXD USE TZSTXBOAT, j SE1*T TO PTTTSBTTRGK. Pell 30 Tit ?t Stifcl CAlloc WorkA Alighting oa Head end Shoulders. The body of Guy W. H.ilght. a*ed 46. was sent to I'ltt^hurgli last evening Jrom the Bertsehy undertaking parlors. wb-?r? It will bt? cl i'moil by the man's j family. Height. a cerpent?*r In the ent- | ploy of the Asbestos Carpenter com* i p*ny of Pittsburgh. f?>:i thirty feet Fri day morning about in o'clock when * ' board of the scaffold on wh>ch he was working at the Stifei Calico works broke. He was rushed at once to North Wheeling hospital, where It was found that his neck broken ami his skull fractured. He alighted ..n his head anil ?houldere, and death came about 20 minutes after the fill. Mr. H.iight had been la Wheeling but a few days, and was making repairs at the calico plant. He It Survived by a wife and several I children in Pittsburgh. Chamberlain's CougH Remedy This Is not only one of 'h? best and most afficietn medicines for <*mghs. colds, croup and whooping cough, but Is also pleasant to take, which is Import ant whan a medicine must be given to young children Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been In use for many years and has met with much favor wnere ever Its good qualities have become known. Many mothers have given It their unqualified endoreemer.t. Wm. Serubv. Chlilicothe. M:-.. writes. "I have raleed three children, have always used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and found It to be the beet for coughs, colds nil croup. It -Is pleisant to take. Both adults and children like It. My wife and I have always felt safe from croup with It In the house." Chamberlain's Cough Remedy contains no opium or Other narcotic. For sale by all dealers Mr* thowmeflrst' O-o-oh. I didn't" know you had your walls painted over." Mrs Upandolng ' We didn't; we used Blue Devil Cleanser."?Adv. % ELM GROVE ? Members of the *>*temal Order of Eagles, with their rsmillee and friends, will have the opportunity of hearing the gifted and eloquent erator. Honorable Frank E. Herlng. speak on "Industri-1 ellsm and Fraternallsm" at 7:43 o'clock ! 8unday evening. October et the Vic- | torts theatre. Market street. Wheeling. > W. Va. Be sure to be present. oc.7-h [ PE^Sl! According to Assistant United States District Attorney Charlrs J. Schuck. all Ib.uor violators as well ns whiskey run- j ners will be prosecuted to the fall ex- j tent of the law in federal court. Richard R. Adams. Obengo. \V. Va., j who had his tnouth injured daring the World war .after applying at the local J office of the Veteran*' bureau for as- J sistanc? has been sent to Baltimore. | Md.. for treatment. According to Rob ert A. Allen. In charge ot' the local of fice. he .3 worse off than any other man j who has ever applied here for compen-[ sat Ion. The paint? or part of the roof j of his mouth was torn away when a, particle of a grenade entered his mouth. Major Malcolm Elliott In charge of the l". S. Engineer office in this city Is on an Inspection trip to Huntington where he Is looking after the work of! ?'.tm No. J". From a report received, from that part of the district every-1 thing Is moving rapidly and al! work I will he completed by January. 1921. William Fitzgerald, well know n ice J man. accompanied by his rifle, enjojed . a little hunt on Reynian'a Hill. Al-; though William saw several rabbtte he returned with a ground turtle. Rill de clare* there will he no more hunting for him and that h? wall he on the Ice wagon every day during the winter. Through the United States engineer j office a contract, for 2.810 pounds of: natla will he awarded Tuesday. October! 11. The nails will range In else from 1 Od to 60d. They will be uj<ed at Pam No. 27. A contract for twenty poinds! of brass carpet racks will also be awarded at this time. DALLASTOMKITY j FAIR OPENS FRIDAY The Pallas community Is planning for : she annual Institute and community fall", opening I'rl ir.v i !nht of neat week and i continuing Saturday. >1. r. Ogd'm wi-l speak and *h* Ksrtii j bureau will exhibit an especially tino| rl- iure story entitled "Out of the j Shadows." , ? Pn Saturday, the lath, Mrs. pernio* i '?arter Davis, educational director fori the H**-l-.\i la * Disss company. will j judge exhibits In the morning and sptv.k , on foods i-i the afternoon. Mrs. Pacts ! will give a deinonatratlon In canning I meats and vegetables by (he ft Mm cooker process. In the forenoon. Mr. E. J. Perry, dairy extension specialist of the Uni versity of West Virginia, will Judge the ! cattle and sp*ak on winter feeding. In the afternoon. County Agricultural Agent E. M. Hunter will speak on fruit growing for the local market. NEW GASWliNE THROUGH BELMONT CO. A new jras line will be laid front Punt merfleld to St. Clalrtvllle. The big gas well on the Albert Wilson farm north of Morristown will be turned into th? main line. C. T. Fritter of Morristown has the contract of delivering twelve miles of pipe along the right of way. They will begin work Monday 114 HAVE APPLIED : FOR CITIZENSHIPj T.etters are being sent out by John ! II. Conrad, deputy clerk of the T'nHc.j. . States court for the northern district ' ?.f West Virginia to the 114 petitioners 1 for citizenship papers. tel.lng t.iern when to appear in federal court to bo! given their hearing. ! According to Mr. Conrad It will take j two days or more to finish up this work.! The lu st lot will he given their hwtrin- I oil October while the. rest will be up < the following r'ay. j , This l? the largest number of j-eti-' ! doners that has ever hem given a hoar- i ' Ing at one time. j 1 TRAFFIC LUNCHEON WEDNESDAY NOON,' ' I 1 The first noon-day luticheon meeting 1 for the members of the Traffic club ot 1 Wheeling will be held Wednesday at j noon at the McLure hotel. The cluh at 1 a meeting held recently decided tu hold j these meetings, which will be of a j limllar nature a? those b"ing condilftel ! >y th?> Kiwanl* and Notary rltihs Whether these meetings will l>e held nonthiy or every two weeks will he de ified at this session. All members who an he present at this luncheon mee*. ng shouId at once make reservation by . ,'fitting in touch with the secretary. SALVATION ARMY I MEMBERSHIP DRIVE; Follow Iftcj- are Sunday's services In eharpe of the Salvation Army: usual jail services at 1 '? o'clock; Sunday. school at J o'clock in the afternoon.' Much interest is being taken in Sunday' school at this tlrre as n hip membership 1 drive Is on and will issl through the. sntiec month of October. The red and 1 the blue sides arc working hard to gain the largest number of new members nnd , rtulte an exciting time Is anticipated be fore the finish. At present there are about 75 Fjunda.v school pupils, and some times there are as high as 91 pres ent. 1 Sunday evening at J o'clock the Toung People's Legion will hold their, usual weekly service for which an ap propriate program has been arranged, i At 8 O'clock the gospel service will be hold, with Commandant B. E. Rhlllipson In charge. Music and singing will be ;i part of Sunday night's service and the sermon will be one that Is of Interest to everyone. PLAINTIFFW1NS_VERDICT In the case of Klein and Merrlmhn vs. The American Railway Express com pan j*. heard yesterday rooming ig w Y> rnit court for <84.IS. the (nil asked for was awarded the plalntllt* The plaintiff aliened a ahifngftt <f; Yj cheese was damaged. Th# fthtjMMftt WfefeV- Vj made three years ago. MASOHB BITVUT. Wheeling and other local ni4mb?ra ' Y the Scottish Rite Maaona hara from Huntington where they parttciMAc/ ed in the Joint reunion of the Hnntl^?v..& ton and Wheeling bodies. I? ? NEW ARRIVALS Holland Herring Mackerel Teco Faeake Flour Barley, fine and medium Oatmeal and Rolled Oats White Corn Meal Tulip-* Meal PERFECTION COFFEE Freeh roasted weekly, a perfect blend j of choice drinking Coffees, properly blended, always good, the price ?Co Found STEAMED CLAMS Bnrahsm's brand f-?r serving. Clam Stews. Clam Chowder, Clam \ Fritter a. Clam Patties. Clara Cock- v talla. 20o and CO? a Con. CLAM CHOWDER c*r\* r*6'-icea to 30c. H. F. Behrens Co.! 2217 Market St. Branch?Woods dale L. ? i j OFFICE SUPPLIES Loose Leaf Ledgers Loose Leaf Memo Books Blank Books Filing Devices in Wood and Steel Typewriting Supplies Paper, Carbon Paper Ribbons and Short Hand Book? Everything for the Office PERRY Stationery Co. 39 Twelfth Street, Wheeling, W. Va. 1 1 ? 0Li4*-&2X| HIRSCH BROS. Se CO.. Incorporated lotismLZ, Kr. ?nd Pimiuecit, Pa. EDWARD WAGNER Distributor r 11 Why We Can't Live on j Our Incomes I If the average man could wipe out hia debts and start all j over again he would save money. But we run up tradesman's bills and soon we're head over ! heels in debt. Don't go in debt for luxuries?or for anything if you can help it. Paying cash means better bargains and makes saving money easier. The Security Trust Company CAN and WILL help you. THE SECURITY TRUST CO. | Capital, Surplus and Profits Over $600,000 Members Federal Reserve Bank 1143 MARKET STREET v j W OCTOBER BRIDE The name Hanchsr or sterling silver ware is as standard as the word sterling itself. It is the purchaser's guarantee and our protection. More than that, the name Hancher on silver at onrt establishes the origin, rank and worth cf the ware. HANCHER'S Jewelers, Silversmiths and Importers j 1223 Market St. "JV#iu Xmt G?od Shot?.* WOOL HOSE j 4' SILK AND WOOL HOSE r V Special Display Imported Wool Hose Every ?woman knows Wool Hose is fashion's dictate for Fall and Winter wear; in faff, it promises to be come a rage. Our buyer was fortunate to secure, dirfct from the importer, a large and quite exclusive selection of ENGLISH WOOL HOSE Tn the very latest color mixtures?Heather. Brown ish, Bluish. Greenish and various rther mixtures? all made of genuine Australian Wool, the finest and i softest in the world. BEAUTIFUL CLOCKED HOSE Tn many striking patterns and color designs The display in our vestibule case shows only a small part of our assortment. Be sure to sec this finest display of Wool Hose that will l>c shown by any stoic in Wheeling this season. Price3 $1.50 to $5.00. Nay Shoe Company 1311 Market St, j TRY A FRY OF OYSTERS AND OYSTER STEW pg Strictly Fresh t Mutual Savings Bank 1120 Kirttt St. > ???? Remember that THRIFT fa tha sureat and strongest foundation of any em pire?so neceaaary that no great empire cea long exiat that dla? re gar da It.?Lord Rose berry. msm mmW"111"***1". V> ? . 11 '^h ""-: j? 43rd ANNIVERSARY SALES 1 I 7his Store Is Buying Greater Q yp dise at Lowered Prices~-It Is Doing a Volume Business ??ji on a Smaller Margin of Profit?-It Is Employing More II Help at Fair Wages. In Short: We're Doing Our Bit! M THROUGH specially appointed committees of business- Ml men (supposedly the brains of big mercantile interests :h throughout the country) discussion is under way as to wayg_. |J and means of solving the unemployment problem?of y bringing about a more healthy condition in all lines of trade I i ?of creating confidence in the minds of the general public. I At this writing the general concensus of opinion seems to J be for the recommendation to all tradespeople to pursue a ua ! policy of optimism and aggressiveness. IS Buy More Sell More Employ More l| I In fulfilling what we believe to be only the duty of this I - great public serving Institution, as outlined in the heading of this advertisement, we forecasted the very ideas now being set forth by business and financial experts the coun try over. J Plans formulated months ago place this Store in the van- L' guard of progress and achievement. Letters from Manu- I j facturers and Wholesalers on display in our Market Street j window, attest to their wholehearted co-operation. J The culmination of these plans has resulted in this great . 4 Merchandising Movement?Stifel's Forty-Third Anniver- I. sary Sale for the month of October. Buy More Sell More Employ More If j Hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of merchandise, [? representing practically every line carried by this Store, j has been purchased in the markets at remarkable savings, j We're offering these new, seasonable goods at 20? to 50? I under regular Fall prices. I ' | We have employed additional salespeople, cashiers and j - wrappers to assure you of the most efficient and courteous I, service possible. . i AGAIN WE INVITE EVERY MANUFACTURING, WHOLESALE AND KB- - TAIL ENTERPRISE IN THE GREATER WHEELING DISTRICT TO JOIN US IN A CONCERTED EFFORT TO BRING A SPEEDY PROSPERITY TO THIS COMMUNITY. AND AS THE KEYNOTE OF THIS MOVEMENT WE RECOMMEND THE SLOGAN: , Buy More Sell More Employ More '* ? ??? ? ? r.3 !?