At $40.00 to $100.00 R Week
I WANT to hear from capable appli
cants. either with or without traffic ;
experience. who are ambitious to qua!- i
tfy for Important railroad or industrial '
traflflo work leading to traffic tnanag- j
"-A)I"R organization. with a large staff of
Interstate Commerce. Railway ami
Ocean Trafftc Experts. and with repre
sentatives throughout the I'nited
States, has been called upon to help
meet the unusual demand for trained
men resulting from the readjustment of
commerce and industry to a peace basis.
EXPERIENCE no? necessary if wiling
to learn. Shipping Clerks. Mall
Clerks. Railway and Express Clerks
esp?< !a!!y eligible for this training.
T HAVE been requested to Interview de
sirable applicants who wish to qualify
for important traffic positions through
tfMnlng This can he done while hold
ing -vour present position. Accepted ap- .
plteants wilt he placed under the direct
supervision of one of our staff an ex
perienced interstate Commerce and
Railway and < >cean Traffic expert o?
national reputation ?and trained in the
special knowledge and practical pre- j
st'lure necessary to qualify for Indus
trial and railway and ocean trafft"
XO INTERVIEWS will he granted ex
cept to those who state in writing
their age, address and present position.
If possih'e. give telephone number. All
Information confident la 1
WRITE M. N R. Intelligencer, no lT-g
WAN'TED ? An electrical appliance
salesman, hv reputable concern; grand
Opportunity for the rig it man; one j
capable of taking charge of department; i
do not answer if you have not had any j
saleman experience: give reference.
atate age. whether married or single;
eteady position is satisfactory. Address .
"Appliance Dept." care Intelligencer. j
WANTEP?Furnace setters; must be
experienced and able to c" ahead.
Wheeling Metal Specialty Co.. Nine
teenth and Jacob. no. 17-1
ARE YOl* working for yourself or for
the other fellow; I will start vou
working for yourself without capital.
Mr. Vegeler. SOI Penn Ave.. Pittsburgh. I
Pa. no.17-1 '
RAILROAP or shipping clerk for Indus- j
trial traffic work, prefer one who llkos '
?elllng; ?tnte age. present salary and :
position, also home address and phone: '
confidence. Write R. S. C.. care Intel
ligence. no. 16-1
WANTEP ? Experienced ex-rait road
* clerk for salesman, under S5. Write
e. R. C.. care Intelligencer. no.16-1
Office. 1605 Market St.
WANTEP?Men and women agents;
$100.00 weekly. See Mr. Runtnu. Room '
$9. McLure Hotel. 3 to 6, 7 to 9 p. m.
FOR SALE ?Tuesday. November II. '
1921. farm Implements, horses, bogs,
.grain and hay. Linn Tagart. Rattle
Run. 2 miles from National Road. Trla
delphla. W. Va. no.17-1
EOR SALE?Grocery store and seven
room housa. with bath and electricity.
Cull 90S-R. no. 17-t
'FOR SAI.fl?One horse, about 1.300 lbs.
Call 972-R. no.t4-m
K?>R SALE?Ford coupe, madet 1920.
Call Wheeling ,129. no. 14-J
'FPR SALE?First class pool room; best
_ location In town. 20 South Fourth St..
apposite Fenray, Martins Ferry.
?J"OR SALE?SO^s acre farm. 9 room
house, large bank barn and other good
outbuildings; 230 peach trees and all
ether kinds of fruity good soil; $3,000.00.
Henry a. Truex. Sherrardsvtlle. Ohio.
"* no. 1-r
JOR RENT?Space ISxtS for hsfftery
repair work; $10 per month. 416
Rational road. Fulton. no.9-m
JSVANYKP?To buy a ten or twelve foot |
?. bar fixture. 1 "astime Pool Room. '
^hone 1650-R. no.l7-h|
4HE DIXIK Express and Transfer i'om- .
- pany. General hauling. 'Jay anil night t
service. Call 2140-J. Office 29 Tenth !
TOR SAI.B CHEAP?Good fresh row.
? covered wation) body, nine year old
ftiare; or will tra.le for betfer. plus or
Todder cutter. Ed Pelley, Elm Grove.
te<lar Rocks. no. 13-1
TOR first class paperhafnglng call '
*" Wheellflf 433. no.M-l '
TERRETS?White or brown; Instruc
*" tlon book free. W. Soldan. No 46 .
Seventeenth St. no. 11.1
~ wiirnu? macs OT73
.CSNEHAI, hauling. express and trans
?? ,fer; moving a specialty;; day and
??Ight tmxl service. Call Harney. 343.
*? no 12-m
? ziovt aicd totjitd
T<OS.T?Pox terrier dog, white. 3 black
spots on body. I on head; license tag
"Vo. 31; reward, 42 Thirteenth street.
J'hone 94S-J. no IT-g
? aj"ti.xcatiow ros pardon
.? Notice ts hereby given that on or
?About the 19th day of November. 1321.
ssn apol-'-ntlon will be tiled with A. G.
?ffenktn*. Pardon Attorney, Charleston.
"West Virginia, for tho pardon ..f Elmer
Davidson, convicted i?f tho crime of
"Torgerv at tho November term. 1920. of
?the Criminal Court of ' ?h!o County, and
"Vsnteneed to Imprisonment In the West
JN'lrg^l* Penitentiary for the period of
JJwo year A no. 10-17
"jtotxcx to bridge contractors
... Seal-si proposals will be received by
?4?ie State Road 4'ommlsslon of West
.A'iruInt.i at its offices In Charleston.
?AVe*t Virginia, until two o'clock p m
-?.n the 2nd day of December. 1921. and
"A' that f me and plarn publicly opened
-an.i read. for the construction of the
"Tollowlog bridges upon State Roads;
*" llridg- CK2. <>h'.o Gountv 49 ft. span.
^?..n>ret? arch across t.lttle Wheeling
""Vreok near Valley Grove.
^ Proposals will be received only upon
""state standard forms. In accordance
*%rlth plans, specifications and estimates
4UPf quantities therefor, which standard
.forma, plana, specifications and estl
?jnates rrav be obtained from the office
? Of the State Road Commission at
?Charleston. West Virginia
All proposals must be accompanied
-by a certified check or draft In an
""amount equal to 614 of the total amount
of the proposal, and not loss than
JM00.00. The right Is reserved to reject
?Any ?H pro[ osals.
STATE ROAD COMMISSION.
E. H. Carakadon, Secretary.
? J)y somi mysterious way. known to
Jurteo. the Chicago ^"hlte Sox players
were acquitted --but not at the bar of
publie eplaloo.?Capper s Weekly.
FAMOUS COLONEL E. H. POWERS !
IN JML AT ST. CMILE
HXLD BOB OBTAIVINO LABOl: SUM
r?OM MBS. LAUBA SAUTXBS
or MABTIBS TEBBT
Wwillag-ford of th* Sunshine Conexsts
Hornet Is In the Belmont Co.
Without Mare of trumpet*. 'he fain- '
nus "?'olonel" K. II. Powers, who was ?
connected with the Sunshine Homes
t'ornpany on this side of the river for
some little time, was brought to St.
I'lalrsville several days ago to be tried |
for obtaining money under false pre- i
tenses "Colonel" Powers is alleged to | ]
have obtained a large sum from Mrs. |
I.aut.i It Sailters of Martins ferry, one
of the best known women of that city.' |
The amount has been estimated at
4''i) fut ts said to be somewhat less.
Powers was ttt business In Columbus,
Ohio, and is said to have maintained a i
splendid su.te'of oftlces there. Finally, i
he left, it is said, without paying hlsl1
office girl and ibis proved his undoing. I
The Ktrl happened to h:Ai> Influential j
friends who took up fo-r case and sue-I
ceedcil In locating the handsome and.
polished t'ob nel. The charge of obtain-1
lug money trotn Mrs Sauters will come |
up before the January grand Jury of |
READS OF MRS. ZANE'S '
DEATH: DROPS DEAD
*r?. Thomu O. Hartley, of !*>? An
ffelM, Di?? from S'.ock
Word was recelved here of the death '
of Mrst Thomas l\ Hartley in Los An- '
geles. Oat.. <?n Tuesday. She was a.
former resident of Wheeling. Her name j
before marriage to Mr Hartley was Mrs i
Rosie Bowman. Shi- was born In Kim
ilrnve and educated in the public schools j
of this city. She m?ve?l to California I
about forty-live years ago.
She dropped dead Tuesday after read- I
Ins a teles ram to the effect that her I
brother's wife. Mrs. Martha Zane. had I
She Is survived by her husband and J
two sisters, Mrs. Anna Klnsey. of Mar- j
tins Kerry, and Mrs. Rebecca. Marr. I
The funeral of Mrs. Martha Zane v as
held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the late home Xo. ,*23 South l'enn
street.- Rev. K. G. Howard, of the Klrst
Lngilsh Lutheran church, had charge,
and was assisted by Rev. William 11. ,
Craig. of tie Thomson M K. church. I
Interment was In Ltnwood cemetery. '
Blaine, O. ..
Mrs. Julia ntajerald.
This morning at 8:30 o'clock, at the
?family home. No.^13 Pierce street, fu
neral services for Mrs. Julia Fitzgerald.
' who passed away Monday, will be held
| Requiem high mass will be offered ot
9 o'clock at the Church of the Immacu
late Conception. Interment will be in
Mt. Calvary cemetery.
Funeral services for the lata Elmer
I K. I'ennetl, who died Tuesday at the
family home on Hatieytown pike, near
Kim Grove. will be held this afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Rev. George Sleer. of War
wood. will officiate and interment will
j be In Stone Church cemetery.
Bobert X>. Jobnacn.
i Funeral services for the late Robert '
i I- Johnson. "><. of Xo. 34 Twenty-first
Street, who died at the Ohio Valley Gen
eral hospital at 8 o'clock yesterday
i morning, will be held Friday afternoon
1 at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. Samuel M. Gibson,
>f the First Presbyterian church. will ?
lave charge ami Inlcrinent will K> in
? ri'on\v?io?l cemetery.
The dei*ased was a resident of this
?ity f"r Iwitiiv years. ounttik lore from
tdstorsvillc. Hp was a member of Sis
iersvl'.Ie Indite of Klks Ho is survived
ay lus wlfp and two children., .Mimila
mil Holieri, Jr.
Funeral services lor llarold Kiin'ne, '
nfant si n of Mr and Mrs. Henry Nlede
fiij or. who died Til'-sitay morntliK f*d
owlni; an Illness of diphtheria, will l>o
ft? Id this afternoon at - o'clock from
ihp family home on Hnjtits Hun. In- 1
torment will he In McMechcn cemetery. [
Mr*. Oould Burled.
New York. No\. 1*'..- Mrs. tleorite .1
ionld. who died suddenly of heart dis
?ase ,.n the ?olf links of her I-akew I
estate last Sunday, was burled today..
The casket was placed in the Jay (iould
mausoleum at Uoodlawn contetery.
' IT BE FID
Pittsburgh. Kansas. Nov. 18. An or
der of the internati<>ti;tI Mine Workers
t'nlon. <11 rooting that all miners < n
strike in the Kansas coal fields return
to work during the day under penalty
of having their union ehtirters revoked
ard membership suspended, heeatlie ef
fective this morning, and tonight it was
announced at the headquarters of the
Southwestern ooa! ope.a'ors' assoola-'
tlon that approximately inn more men
were at work today than yesterday.
Tonight Van A Ititner. special rcpre
sentntlvc of the international lore said
approximately four thousand miners
TJttsr Failure Says Hc^wat
Columbus. Kas. Nov. 1 f? Through tin*
hars of liis celt in the Cherokee county
Jail here tonight. Alexander llow.it de
posed president of the Kansas miners,
eharneterlxed the efforts of the inter
national union to obtain a resumption
of work as an utter failure.
"Neither Jaiis nor Injunctions or in
dustrial courts or expulsion from tha
union ran sway the mine workers of
district fourteen in the brilliant debt
they are making to establish the prin
ciples of Justice in this stale," he .as
Xulcd Out of Order
Fort Smith. Ark, Nov. 18 ? Refusing
a second time to allow district 21.
Flitted .Mine Workers of America, now
In convention here, to take any action
which might he construed as lending
nhl to Alexander llownt. deposed presi
dent of the Kansas district It. ('resi
dent John Wilkinson today ruled out of
order a motion that district 21 send a
telegram to llownt, expressing to htm
tiie convention's nnd district 21's grat
itude for the manner In which he had
stayed with the Kansas miners in their
tight against the Kansas Industrial
court Ills tlrst r<itusal i ame yesterday
when he ruled out of order a motion
tliat district '.'1 appropriate $1,000 to the
aid of tha striking Kansas minora.
Getting' At Furrlngton
Peoria. Ill Nov 18?Illinois miners
In convention here today devoted their
time to discussing ways and means of
curtailing the district president's pow
er*. President Farrlngton vigorously
opposed such action and engaged In
numerous wrangles with delegates who
Challenged hv John Wilkinson, presi
dent of district 21. Fulled Mine Work
ers of America, to supporters of Alex
ander Flowat in tits presint stand in
Kansas, to debate the Kansas situation
with him. was accepted this morning by
For Militant Campaign
in Christianity's Cause
Detroit. Nov. lf>?(My the Associated
I Press)- -Appeals for u world wide mlll
| tunt campaign In behalf of t'hri.stlanity
were Issued here today before the na
tional conference of the ,M< thodlst Kpis
eopat church by speakers representing
each of the five great continents.
The appeal came In a single call In
tended to bring what was described as
the most extensive religious movement
in the history of Methodism. Speakers
stressed the Importance of greater fac
| llltles f..r carrying on work of mission
aries In Africa. Asia. I'urope nnd South
America, and for extending the work in
The conference ends tomorrow night.
NEW ANGLE IN STRIKE
New York Nov. If.?The .Milkwa.gon
Drivers' union whose members are on
sflke for higher wage- ami union rec
ognition. attacked the milk distributing
companies from a new angle today,
seeking criminal prosecutions for al
leged violations of federal and stat?
WELL CORRECT ERRORS
Washington. Nov. 18 ?-The house to
dav passed in .amended form a senate
hill authorizing correction of errors
made In the calculations of pups dpe
Individuals and companies for minerals
furnished the eovernni-.it daring the
war. and validating claims il.-d t "ior
to noon on June 131!'
250 ORPHAJTS COMING.
I'.remen. Nov. If.,?Two hundred ant
llfty 1'kralnfan orphans, whose parent"
were victims in the recent revolution
nr.v activities in the I'kralne. are la.oke.
to embark for New > ork on the steam
ship America. These waifs made rip
.rip front Danzig to Mrtinen on a sniat
THE MENDEL COMPANY
Out I. z?m? From.
rrlT?t? Gbapal, 1308 G&mpUa* Itrmrl
Call Fhoma 1?17
JOHNSON*?On Wednesday. November
16th. 13-1, at S o'clock a m . at the
Ohio Valley General hospital. Holt
KKT I.. JoHNSoN. In the tlfty
elghth year of his ago.
Funeral services from the chapel of
the Mendel Funeral home, l?s t'hap
Iln?- street. Fiji da y afternoon^* 2:30.
Friends respe. trfiilly invited t ? attend.
Interment Greenwood cemetery.
S'"JIAP?on M- liday. November H. nt
Wellshurg. W. Va . OSOAIt F. St'HAlh
son of the late August Sehad. In his
Funoral from the home of his mother.
?Mrs. l.oretta Sch.id. 40J Main street.
?Henwooil. W- Vu.. Friday. November
is. at 2 p. m Interment at Greenwood
cemetery. Friends of family Invited.
PKNNEIX?On Tuesday. November 13.
1021. at * o'clock, at his liome on
Hane\ town pike KI..MKK K. I "EN
Funeral services Thursday afte-noon at
1 ;tn ..'eii.ck from the Springer chapel.
323 Main stre.-t Kim Grove. ? Key.
George Steer of Wnrwood will offici
ate InUrim-nt at Green wood ceme
N1KPKKM YEJt??>n Tuesday, Nnvem
l.er 13 1321. at 2 20 a m. llAK'il.D
Kl'GKNK. the infant son of Mr. and
.Mis. llenry Niedcrmyer. at the homo
of his tat rents oil Hoggs Hun.
Fun -ml from the homo of the de
ceased's grandparents. Mr and Mrs.
John N.edermyer of Hoggs Hun,
Thursday. November IT. at 2:3o
o'clock p. m Interment at McMechen
cemetery. Friends of the family in
JlANE?On Sunday. November 13, 1921.
at ll:4'i o'clock p. m. at the family
residence. N'o. 32.1 South 1'cnn street.
Mrs MARTHA A. ZANE. relict of
the late William F. Zane, aged 73
years. 1 month and 26 days.
Funeral services at the late home
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Friend* of the family Invited to at
tend. Interment at Llnwood ceme
Boa. 1133 ABO 1134 BLAXB si-beet
Store 'Pboa* uas
0. 3. 1EBTICST Pfcoa* 3M4
A.LTMEYER & McCOY
Parlor* 1105 Chaplin* Street.
Offlo* Phoa* 397.
Ja& V. A-ltm*y*r, It**. Phon* 18*1
| ElehWi T. McCoy, ?41
Nations Arranging for ;
Maintenance of Charles
Paris, Nov. tfi.? The council i?f atn
hassadors in nmfcrfnif lure to-da.v.
fIx???! tin- amount of the money allow
ance to lie i;!* en former Kmperor
fharles of Austrln-H>iii|:ar> ami libs'
family. anil the conditions under which,
tills expense shall be taken over by the
states which are successors to. the Aus-j
tro-Hungarlan empire. Portugal is to
be free from any ? h.nce.
A sum bet ween Jnft.llliii and ROO.rtftii
gold marks v.ally has been mentioned
as the probable amount which film's,
tlreat llrltaln seems prepared to find
the money for the support of t'harles j
until the arrangements are made with
the former Austn.-Hungarian stale, and
posslldy Italy, for his sup|>ort, but the'
new states formed' from the Austro-J
Hungarian empire are sa d to be dis
tinctly unwilling to assume responslhll- '
Itv for the Indebteilness of fharles It.
Switzerland which still amounts to be
tween 2, lb in. o a 0 and ::.|ipu.niui Swiss
1459 MILES IS ;
Tl RACE TOTAL
MARMON AND STUTJ ARE IN WASH
INGTOW AND READY TO ST Alt T
Mr. Warren D. Chnrch Makes Inspiring
Talk?All Boundaries Are Removed
At the regular evening dinner of th"
V M f A rac.rs held at 3" last
night the lomph-tc reports of tin- driv
ers in the automobile race were read,
showing a total of 14.V miles This Is
considered a very k I showing, and
front present prospects tie* drive will
be a crent success.
The affair opened last eventnir with a
speech bv Mr Warren fhtireh-.' who
made i slier! address on the campaign
and V M work in general Although
Mr f hiiri-h spoke onlv a "out three min
utes, many of those present were heard
to say that his speech was eipial to a
thr -e hour talk
The reports of the drivers were as
Marmon, 1'rlver l'rosib. 37'.' miles.
Stutz. I'river Smith "d- miles.
? ? ...... i.-.. . .i, |f,,
nil* snowing I'm* I I- -' II
Iii Washington and ready I" make tin*
Sttldelgtker. Prlver Amos. 31" miles,
whb-h puts Itrin in I'ltmberland
?'ltevrolet. I'rlV'-r Pobbs. 11putting
It!ttt to Pittsburgh.
i ildsinoMli'j Prlver I.OPK m> or. 7S
Wills .vViini-< 'Ia!r?\ Prlver Scott. TO
Pierce-Arrow Ptlvrr Tiilion. 00 miles
?'handier. I'river Perrlr. miles
; P.arkard, Prlver lturkhart. 3!' miles.
Oaklaml, Prlver Schrambrn. 37 miles
Knrd, Prlver Schnffer. 34 miles
I'od^e. Prlver Wheeler. "0 tn'.les
The llulek, driven by TiRcleh.aek. has
:f,o lowest re-ord. having made nothing
Prlver Scott has ch.a llcnged the I'hev
roiot driver. Poblis for a side race be
tween themselves today. Wheeler and
Amos ran the same kind of a rare yes
terday. Amos winning by a great mar
It was announced last night that nil
boundaries will be removed front now
on. the men being; allowed to work any
where they wish. It Is expected that
this arrangement will greatly change
things. as all drivers will be permitted
? to work in their opponents territory.
Increase in Building
\e? York N >v. Iti ?A sharp irierease
in building hast month was shown by
figures from 157 elites made .public to
night by ltrarlst reefs
The total value of'building for which
permlis were |??ni I .a ? t
$ lii7.3M?.,'iiiii. as .against $ 149..*iiUi.t'Pi5 in
September and only 11'3.1 75.."33 l:i <Acto
i'er, 1 *? 2"A. This Indicates a gain of 11!*
per cent over Septembel ?r.d M.G per
eent liter t'etober a year ago. The
i total .at all eltles so far reporting for
October was said to be second only to
the aggregate of April. 192M, when the
building boom readied its ,-rest.
ONE LONELY DRUNK
I'rane Howard was arrested last
evening by Policeman tiersting on a
I charge of being intoxicated. He w.u
locked up for the night an 1 will face
Judge John S. Itltr. in police court thlf
(Continued rro.n P*?r* una.)
fsrppt ?'ticrr tjie cnpital stock Is JC5.00I
or less, ih> treatment of Insurance com
panics other than life, and the amend
ments defining c?i>ltal Kalti and loss.
Amendment! A^-reed To
At their sessions today, the conferee!
ntrreed to senate amendments striklnj
out orteinnl honse provisions for the ex
emptton from the liiennie tax of Inconu
received by foreign traders and furclgi
tra'de corporations from sources outsld
the I'nlted States. It was the under- |
?landing that the conferees would ae
> ept the .senate provisions designed to
p'.ue American* doing business In tho
I bill lilies and I'orto Hleo mi a par with
foreigners In those Insular possessions
so far as taxation is concerned.
Tit- managers also .agreed on the sen
Ate amendments repealing the tax on !
l-aiaal post packages and' on bonds of'
indemnity ami surety.
Another senate amendment accepted
provides that If corporations Issuo cap
ita! stock at a value of less than llOrt j
a share, the tax shall be one cent on '
each $;'o of tin- actual value or fraction}
thereof. The present law Imposes a tax
of live cents on each JIO" of stork. 1 r- j
respective of the par value of the shares
ttther senate amendments aecepted In
eluded those roenacting provisions of
the existing law Imposing taxes at th?
present rates on: t'apltal stock of cor-i
ltrokcrs. proprietors of theaters, clr- j
cuss'ss. howling alleys, billiard rooms.)
shooting galleries, riding academies |
persons operating or renting passenger |
auloiuobiles for hire, brewers, dlstfllers
and w hob sale anil retail liquor dealers
Manufacturers (if tobacco, cigars and !
I valors in narcotics.
tin the employment of child labor and
licensing of owners of yachts and other i
The house managers also accepted the
senate amendment striking out an or-]
iginal house provision which would hnva
required a single return from families
In the eight western and southern
states having laws recognizing the mar-!
11.11 community and dividing the com- !
miitiltv property equally between hus-*
hand and wife. }
Agreement also was reached on the!
general administrative section of the
hill, new features of which imlpde pro- I
hthitlon of unnece; sar> examinations I
<if hooks of taxpayers; the payment bv
the government of interest at the rate
of one-half of one per- ? i month on '
refunds made to taxpax mil the es-i
tabMshnient of "a tax .-.mpllflcatIon '
hoard, which w ill he charged with the J
simplification of the forms used by the j
Internal revenue bureau In collecting 1
SHOWS ITS SYMPATHY1
(Continued Trom Ptr< One)
| question of Hrllish occupancy of Chl
no.so territory. and apparently does no'
expert that othor countries will ques
tion hor right to the Intsod territory of
South Manchuria, which camo to her .in
a result of the war with Russia. Her |
delegates appear to rcyarl thls-lense of i
nlticty-nltic years as J-elng practically j
perpetual. Its renewal wlthlrt a few';
ye-Ms ?>r>Her the terms of the 19)5 treaty
with China, It Is understood, will b? In
sisted on hy Japan, atul any atteiniH to
dispossess her would be regarded ly
'the Japanese as an attack on- their
I It was also intimated today that the
Japanese arc opposed to the idea of an
international control of t'hlnn, contend
ing It would he a violation of the
' sovereignty of that country.
Japnnese say they are willing to work
I for a real open door In China which
j would Include all parts of that countr/.
oven Tibet and Mongol ia, as well -i<f<
Manchuria, In which Japan considers j 1
ahe has special interests. It appear? j '
desirable p. the Japanese to lix some I 1
plan which would avoid conflict of in-j'
I crest m, especially With the I'nltel'
States, at the same time insuring the | 1
territorial Integrity and internal de-j,
velnpmont of china.
of the British Viewpoint!!
Washington, Nov. 1 ?>.?(Jly The Asm-,
elated 1'ress) ? Knur outstanding feat- j
tires of the oflieial British viewpoint on <
China's proposals on the l-'ar eastern
(piestlon were emphasized tonight by
Die Id git est authorities:
That portion of the Chinese statement j
to which the Japanese appeared to a*.-j
tacit greatest Importance as affecting
their individual nation:.! Interests was
the section proposing that all existing :
commitments relating to China should
be "examined with a view to determin- j
lug their scope."
From the beginning of the armament j
negotiations Japan has maintained that!
"closed Incidents" should not he con- |
shirred within the province of the con
ference, anil although her spokesmen I
declare themselves ready to admit any j
shortcomings of which world opinion 11
may find her guilty, they assert that to I
go hack through the pages of history I
and question the validity of agreements
made long ago would complicate rather!
than facilitate an agreement.
Frank Discussion of :
Far Eastern Que?tion
V^a.shington, Xov. ill.? (By the Asso
elated Press ) ? China's proposal to-day
surprised the Japanese delegates to the
arms conference. They had been expect
ing a series of suggestions from the
1'nlted States, rather than China, be
muse it was the L'nited States that fftH
laid emphasis on the Importance of dt?\
trussing the Far Eastern question in>j
?onnoctlon with limitation of arms*
The first wave of fear In Toklo that
in examination of Far Eastern matter?
would tie ^tantamount to placing Japan
>n trial at Washington, was followed by
more tranquil views. Japan determinate J
to enter into a frank discussion and her
spokesmen gave assurances to-night
that china's ten points laid before the
conference to-day did not change their
plan. , ,
What seems to pustxie Japanese tl^e
most is the declaration that China e
rights as a neutral tire to be respected.
Ttiis is Interpreted by some as meaning
that China wishes to have the power#
guarantee her neutrality. Others share
the Japanese argument that order In
commitments and engagements mean a
central authority in China to regulate f
them and the whole situation goes back
to a question of building up an orderly
China able to exercise her prerogatives^ y
as a state like other countries. ' *
On Island -
Takes 51 feet of water to reach
first floor. Frame dwelling of '7
rooms, bath, gas, water, porches,
large hall, hardwood finish, tin roof.
Can arrange reasonable terms. In
vestigate at once *5,000
Hesse & Kirchner Co. '
Phones 470-471 35 11th fft.
Member Wheeling s?al ?state Board
OUT OF HIGH WATER. .1
4 rooms, finished,attic, hath, oak I
finish, t,r0O(l ctllkr, composition M
roof, tile foundation, electric fl
liplit, two cabiret mantels, front /1
and rear porch. In good repair. II
$2,000 down, balance $25 per
month. Call Walter Meyn with."
S. Nesbitt, Jr. j
1520 Market Phone #4?
Member Whg. Real Estate Boar J
i A sp^otnl mrotlnp of Ohio
t.-.dKc No. J. A. !?' & A M.. Uill
|j bo >r? 1 ?1 In tin- John "\V. Morris
Sroit'.sh Itlti' ?"?tli?*ilrnl. I'rlilnv,
Now-n.bor IK. rci. lit i:*:3" IV M .
for tin' |niV|His?? of attrndiiiK ib?
' funoral of our iloroasnl brotbor.
(1. W. Wiait. Inteiniont .it Mo.
' Morbon i rtiirtory Transpoi t:i
' Hon furnishod.
AARON M. IM'UMARI'. "VV. M".
.1. W. HOWMAN. Scc'y. novlT-li
* , , . , I , , . t. .1 ,,.,^1 i
: 1 Cf*!orificialis
'< Jj Tunci'al Chapel 130QMain
\ a LICENSED EMBJLMERS
X CMVATKIHSoJLI c/>f FcAf fDANIFIL ?
PuCNfS -43 *? '022 P*Wi43?<2 5*i*
Because of the lac.k of room in many
| homes, it is frequently desirable to hold
a funeral from the chapel of the
1 mortician. Our chapel is for the use of
| our patrons without charge.
Here's Your Chance
We haTP several small homes In
iWarwood which can he bought for less
' than *4.000. A *ood opportunity for
some one to get a home. All Improve
Intents. No floods to contend with.
SECURITY TRUST CO., Agent
' .-hone 308 1143 Market St.
SOUTH EOFF STREET
! l).room frame, bath, garage.
Much less than cost. Best loca
! side $4,500
! QUARTER SAVINGS &
Market at Sixteenth St.
I ' Mimbtr oX Wh??Uur >?1 E?t*U
- live-room house in West Wheel
"ling: good condition. Above all
? floods. Bos.ws.sion December 1st.
: FOLMAR-ROMINE CO.
i' 321-2 Wbg. Bank & Trust Bldg
Wheeling, W. Va. <
| yOR 8AXE?rooms, cellar cemented.
' cistern and well water, Chicken house.
; I.dt &l'xlTa feet.
|3.S0h. S5<>o down. Italan.'e in pay
j mcnt s
PRANK k SAKEBLL SJCTH
Real Ertate and Tnmranc?
Elm Qro~e, W. Ta.
Phone?Office, 34-R.; Re"., 237-BL
126 A. for S2,500
$800 down, balance ,to suit U,
jllood buildings, 30 acres timber,
lindcrlaid with coal. A. great bar
I gain. Write l'cr Catalogue and gel
full description of 600 Ohio farmi
in 13 counties.
H. H. MASTERS, Farm Agent,
Business Property, Wholeaait
I District, Main, Below 12th' St., al
jan Interesting Price.
PAUL & JACKSON
! 601 Wheeling BanW 4 Trust Budding
KlKht rinniK. tiiith. electric light. k-is
1 garage. laundry; i>t idxlOO fret: S0111I
' I'etin street; in best of condition: loll
pi |.* ..f SB.SOt
S? ven rooms frame, I nth, it as. t?>
1 porches; I',off Street, near 27th str.-.-t
, iv.ssrsvjon 3.1 dnvs ... S5,00(
PARKER & CO.
Fhone 2D76-R 31 Ponrteentl
Inanra With DA
! CHICHESTER S PIULS
^ TUB ItlAMOND nKATII*. A
k ft I la III R?4 Hold inn?lllc\v/
II !*?**?, leklpj w!th Hlu? Rlbhoa. \ f
J Taka aa ??k?i Raj af Taar v
f Itraaaltt. A.k f.a CirM-rfVA-YrR
' diamond nnAN? pilra, fo, ?t
j r?r? k noan ?? Pt X S-Snt, Atat?i R el'.al
SOLD 5V DRliOOISIS EVERYWHERE
140 A. Farm
Located two miles from railroad, in
Ohio. Good location for dairy. 8-room j
brick house, 40xG0 barn (new), or-1
ffblr* Floor S&lucalbaofc BlAff. '
Above the Foj*
and dampness of the valley*, with the
best of sewerafte. water supply and won
derful views. Howard Place Sites are
cheaper per square foot than other
iTatum & Caldwell
Room 6 City Bank Bldg. Phone 664. J
For Rent J
Storeroom and second floor on Market street, ill good 1
(location; size 15x120. Will he readv for occupancy about
| April 1, 1022. Price $250.00 per month.
CITIZENS-PEOPLES TRUST CO.
Cor. 16th and Market St*. Phone 496
EAST WHEELING INVESTMENT "T
Double House, 6 rooms eneli side; also three-room Louse. Will rent
for $55 per mouth. On Daltimore street.
Price $5,500. j
L. A. ROLF Agency \
i *13 Weeliaf SImI Cory. Bldy Mml l?t?U a?fl
EAST WHEELING?[ -room frame and laundry; (PO PAA
wired for eleetrietv. Price
I Phone 710 1813 Chaplin# Street Open Bvenlage
- Btember Wheeling Beat latat# Board ?
4^1 COUBTBY PI. A CBS f
l ^1 li.^ 1 Acre. 7 room hou.se, tine locatlort 66,000 O
~M? ^1 N- ft Acres. 5 rooms. garage *.500 >
57 Acres, 4 room house mfioo 2
;T n 111 n ?
M?M>KOO* CQU1T TKATRI Scoo. PHeMir'jg?
ATTRACTIVE HOME MUST BE SOLD
Six roomed, stucco on tile. bath, furnace, electricity. Everything py 0(|A
modern Center Warwood f M?""
GEO. J.~MATHISON & SON
j Real Estate and Inxir&noe 130A-08 Market Street
J 15-room double frame house. Main street, Elm Grove?two baths,
'large lot, fine condition, ana very cheap at $8,500
ioili bind street?7 rooms, cemented laundry, stone founda
4 rooms and hath, new, at Patterson?only $4,000 ?
FULTON BANK to TRUST COMPANY
i Woodsdaln 320 W* Writ# InttiranM
I' _ -
l-'ine dairy farm within 'j mile of car line. National I'lke th railroad. 119
acres, house ft rooms and pantry; 3 barns, coal house and chicken- AA ,
j hjiuxe. cistern and well ?...Per Acre ? ?
l.ct me show you farm of 112 acres. I miles from Elm Grove on stone road.
1 House 7 rooms; well on porch: cellar under all house; good spring- Py 000
j house, barn and sheds; plenty of fruit trees j"*?V
? H. H. now.MAN, Sales Manager
:! FIEST NATIONAL uANK & TEDST CO.
I See Neve for Town Property. ?
*a warn risr and auto nrgCBaWOH ?
I ILK OBOVS Telephone 101
YOUR AUTO-AND AN ACCIDENT
If your auto burns, y, u lose the price of it. If It la stolen, you lose
> Its cost .Hut if you should have the misfortune to hit and injure someone
, on foot or in another car. the verdict agatnet you may be thousands of
'' dollars, even though yon are not entirely to blame.
, ' WE WHITE THE BEST AUTO IH8UBAHCB
You want to know that your car is protected by a good Insurance Com
pany We represent the best Ami as Winter-time Is skiddlnc-time when
roads are slippery, treacherous and alive with people and machines. dr'v?
carefully- anil carr> liability Insurance. We quote rates on every auto and
i motor truck going
' We Hope Not?But th# Neat Accident Kay Be Totugt
STATE BANK AND TRUST CO., ELM GROVE
Phone 210 E. CH House for Bent Panne for tale
) v. 1 i *
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) 1 '?' ??????? \
( dS Phone J5W-J Offtoe 1M3-J Bea adjjK
p_r| 1 George H. Dieringer 11^^
. ^2* ARCHITECT
t'J Organized to render complete service in ??
1,1 the production of plans and specifications R3
jil] for everything embraced in the construction, '
equipment and furnishing of buildings. ^
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