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1 REDUCTION! ; IN EAR! RATES ? * ? N>w York. Nov., 16?An Immediate ?reduction of ten' per cent In carload ?freight rafes on farm products, for a pefofl of "fflx" months, was agreed upon '.today ^"executives of the railroads or the I'tftfed States. ? AtfttfcunHng the decision. Thomas VDe'wltt* riiyler. president of the Assoc'.a ?tlon of Railway Executives, stated that ??any reductions in such rates made since ^tept^mber 1. 1!?20. were to he included 'In the ten per cent, and that it would be put Into effect without watting for a reduction In wages. The freight rate 'jcut will apply throughout the entire ^.country except on traffic moving wholly , within New England. It was expected that the new rato .would be effective within ten days, as .the railroads, it was said, had ask-* I the Interstate Commerce Commission, .through their general counsel. to "authorize the change on one day's no Sice. The reduction will cost the rail roads about J55.000.000. It was es timated. ? Mr. Cuyler said the railroads were i .reiving <>n the public for effective aid ' , Irv bringing about the necessary redue-j ?^tlons In labor and other transportation J .coats, and that they hoped for labor's .co-operation. The new rates are applicable to car loads of wheat, corn. oats, other grain, "flour and meal. hay. straw and alfalfa, ^manufactured tobacco, cotton, cotton- ! aeed and products, except Toctonseed oil i ? and cottonseed meal: citrous fruits, .other fresh frulta. potatoes, other fresh ! vegetables, dried fruits and vegetables, 'horses and mules, cattle and calves, ! "aheep and goats, hog# and poultry, eggs, ^butter and cheese, and wool. - U. S. Legation Guarded : Copenhagen. Nov. 16.?The American | legation here is being strictly guarded 'by the police on account of a hostile ; demonstration being planned, following ' '?everat laborlte and communist meet ings In denunciation of the conviction for murder of Saeco and Vanzettl by a Masyichusetts court last September. 12 KILLED, 60 INJURED In Explosion In Factory at Dotshoim, Near Weiabaden, Prussia. Mayence. Nov. 16.?Twelvo people have been killed and 60 injured in an explosion in a factory at Dotsheim, a short distance from W'elsbaden. Prus sia. The damage to the factory is estimated at 25.000.000 marks. General Degoutte, commanding the French troops In that district, visited 'the injured, and his men assisted in the rescue' work. Steps are being ta k^en by the*FYench to relieve the dis tress of the survivors. Dotsheim is 40 miles north of Op pati, where an explosion In a plant of the Badische aniline concern on Sep tember 21 killed 1.000 persons. In jured about 1,600 others, and laid in waste the entire factory And the vil lage of Oppau. m ro? nvro&icATXoir rh'.ef of Police Fred Frazier yester . dav received a letter from Edward J. . Rowan of Fort Wayne. Indiana, asking Wheeling polloo to locate his brothers. I,awrence Rowan, aged 30. and John Rowan, aged 20. WIU BX ARRAICHTBP Vincent PeBtas .arrested several days ago! at his place on Nineteenth street, charged with violating the state pro hibition laws, will be arraigned before Squire Charles J. Goldenberg for a pre liminary hearing Friday. State police claim to have found a lot of liquor in his place, part of which bore lnbels . that are alleged to have been counter i felted. OXTTINO $300,000 ? PAT For the last three days. Sheriff Harry T. C'.ouse and his office force have ' been receiving tax payments at the rate ' of more than $2''Q.0<>0 a day. Payments during the discount period are better this year than In 1950. It is stated, and ? the collections for October exceeded the 1 tax receipts for the same month in ',1920 by over $30,000. The tax discount period ends November 30. OOX7UTU raxs WXXX County Engineer Alex Hoffman said last night that provided the weather is not too bad the work of repairing the Roney's Point read will be completed by tho end of the week. Pean's Hill road improvements, he said, will be completed in ten days TBXATY &ATZTXCATXOX PKX.ATXP. Washington. Nov. 16.?The cabinet crisis in Budapest has temporarily de layed the exchange of treaty ratifica tions between the United Spates and Hungary, the state department was ad vised today by Vance Smith. United States commissioner at Budapest. fxrecSfe. jpAVOTHERS* i 1 For Din* Oonormtioc* V) H?V? Mad* Chfld-Birth lv ?7 Eaaior By Going ? FRisriii |9l? ft ALL 8 R U ? roMt Wairiro# tOOKLrr 0? ?OTIIiailWIBMWTM wmwi.wmmm itaonilo bcaulatoi Co., Dipt* *0. Atlamta* 6a? Stiff? Spre? A lame back, a tore muscle or a stiff joint often is considered too lightly by the sufferer. It should be remembered that backache, rheumatic pains, stiff* cess, soreness, sallow skin and pufl&neaa under the eyes are symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble?and these certainly should not be neglected. <? JMgrgdnejrgns help the kidneys eliminate from tho aystem the poisonous waste and acida that cause these aches and pains. They act promptly and effectively to restoro weak, overworked or diseased kidneys and bladder to healthy, oormal coo*, dition. J. E. Simwoni. 400 E. 50th St.. Portland. Orn.. writes **1 was troubled with baehsthe and urinary trouble I tried Poley KidneVPuU and Will say that 1 highly tMoamaad tbam ?? any aaa Uvubiad 10 that way, ss they ait excellent.'* BV1*B MTHMX WJUiaa Lawyer in Deposition That Burch Is Insane Chicago. Nov. 16 ?Charles M-Nett. of flvanston. a friend anil former local nil- | | viser of the family of Arthur C. Bun ... helil at Los Angeles for murder In eon- | I nection with the death of J Helton Ken- , I ncd?. to-day signed a deposition In sup port of the claim that Burch Is insane, in whfch Mr McNett nays Bureh told him. r weird story In February, r.?20. of nn attempt by Mm. Altte Qunyle Buret to kill him. Mrs. Burch. the daughter of Bishop Qunyle. recently obtained a divorce. Mr. McN'ett's deposition says Burch i claimed his wife had attempted to mur. t drr him in bed. and had then talked with i what she thought was his spirit in an effort to get his Impressions of the fu f ture life. Mr. McN'ett's statement says , he drew up a divorce hill on the strength | ! of this story, at Burch's request hut [ i after talking to Mrs Burch. dismissed j . the matter as the product of a diseased ' I brain. OXVXW U7I TERM I (hvosso. Mich.. Nov. 16- Lewis Phyl ; lalre. arrested last night on a charge of murdering his neighbor. Merle Sheppard , on the latter's farm, pleaded guilty in circuit court here this afternoon to tlrst degree murder ami was sentence! to | life Imprisonment. The shooting, accord'ng to the author- I Ities grew out of a quarrel following j a snowball fight between children of I the two families. DIVIDE WD PASSED. New York. Nov. 16.?The New York Airbrake company today passed its reg ular quarterly dividend on Its JlU.uno. 000 capita! stock. A statement Issued by contpanv offl eials announced that the dividend was !>?lng passed because such was needed to care for an increased \olume of bus - ness. IRISH PEACE IS AGAIN RANGING IN THE BALANCE London. Nov. 16.? -(By The Associated Press.)?Development of the Irish nego tlatlonm now seem to hang upon the decision of the Colonist conference at Liverpool, and nn indication of what this decision may be Is seen In the meeting of Unionists of eleven divisions of UlrmlnRhnm tonight. which adopted si resolution of hearty approval of the efforts of the government to bring peace with Ireland by a conference with ' the representatives of northern and southern Ireland. Sir JHmes Uralg. the Ulster premier. ' has been In dose touch with Andrew j UuOnr Ltw and other Unionist leaders | in London today, hut the delivery of > Ulster's reply to the government's pro- j posals had been delayed until tomorrow. : The vote of confidence accorded Sir | James I'rnlg at Belfust tonight seems to authorize him to negotiate, as well j is resist. The resignation of Attorney} <5ener?l Brown also points to some new } development 11* would naturally re- 1 sign if both Irish parliaments 'were1 functioning, but although the northern ' parliament wUl begin to fum tlon No- j comber 22. the Dublin parliament rnn not function, and southern Ireland Is still being administered from Ixuidon. According to Belfast reports. Mr. j Brown's resignation wes due to his dls- | agreement with the government policy j regarding Ulster. Premier Craig Indoreed Belfast. Nov. 16.?(By The Associated 1'ress.)?Ten thousand loyalist* In three moolmtcs tonight emphatically t rutesied urslnst the British . ,ihinet's treatment ?t' l ister, Great i-nthuslnstn was ills played. A resolution was also adopted endors ing the ucllon of Sir James Craig. the l ister premier, and his colleagues In the jicmi'o negotiations. FEAIBXWOBTHY ACT Philadelphia, Pa.. Nov. It!.'?City eotin ? ? i 1 todu\ of Hi In 1 ly appropriated funds j with which to t'a> the expenses of two j jobless brothers. Lewis and Fred Anxlde. I to Waidtlngton to attend the funornl of i their brother. Chester Amide, tit Arllng- j toil, who was killed In action In the ; Argonno forest with the Twenty-ninth i division.' BRITISH IN DENIAX. I/ondor.. Xov, 16.? (By The Associated j l*ress)?The British government it was j announced today, has handed the Soviet \ government at Moscow a firmly worded note absolutely denying the allegations j of Foreign Minister Chitoherln that the j British evidence of hostile Bolshevist propaganda In Central Asia, and Afgh anlstan was founded on forged dvicu- j meats, German or otherwise. Warned Against Bringing in Armed Strike Breakers Rayonne, N. J , N'nv. 16 ?Warning :hnt any attempt of the Tidewater Oil Company to import armed strike breakers to meet the strike in its plant here would result in summary arrests of those imported, and a hold ing to "strict accountability" of re sponsible officials, was made today by 1'olire Chief Cornelius J. O'Neill. Tho Tidewater officials said they had no intention of importing'armed strike-breakers, but declined to say whether unarmed men would be brought in. ; About l.OhO of the plant's 1,800 em ployes are out, the officials said. TZAM3TTRB BACK TO WORK. Chicago. Nov. 16.?.Six thousand team sters returned to work today after they had ngrecd to accept a $3 a week wage reduction, pending further arbitration of their claims. Our school attracts a tine type of men and women because it addresses its appeal to the common sense of people, and has always be lieved that sooner or later everyone must know that the rewards of business go to the workers. The Elliott Commercial School V li CHARGE IT THAT'S AX.X YOU KA71 TO SAT. Yon Am Yea (M Fait, la Weekly or Voatfcly Payment*. Men, Women's and Children's Clothiers -csr LIVINGSTON'S n? Lufftl of lta Xlad U tka State. 1057 Wain StrMt. WTmllng, w. v*. ; Mutual . i *? Savings Bank 1186 lUrkit St. V We are Creatures of Habit We succeed or fn 11 as we Ac quire no<>d habits or bad once; and we nan acquire good habits , a* easly ns bad ones. ONE DIME Is all you need to start you In the saving habit! DEPOSITORS bay* milTifli 4?\**T Tntflr?st ob Jitlr qOBrUrly bai?no*a for til* part ????ral 7* ' < I Recall Petitions May Be Signed at Following Places Thursday Room 405 Wheeling Steel Bldg. ,10 to 12 A. M., and 2 to 5 P. M. Nesbitt's Hardware Store, 2232 Market Street 3 to 6 P. M. Redeker's Plumbing Shop, 2251 Market Street 1 to 5 P. M. Harry C. Campbell, 401 North York Street 5 to 9 P. M. Madison School, Zane Street Entrance 5 to 9 P. M. Lawrence Wagoner, 317 S. Broadway 5 to 9 P. M. John A. Lorentz, 519V2 S. Front Street 5 to 9 P. M. E. M. Dawson, 613 North Front Street 5 to 9 P. M. J. H. Hess, 123 Elm Street, Edgewood 5 to 9 P. M. Harry Kirby, 426 National Road, Fulton 5 to 9 P. M. Harry E. Hallett, 609 National Road, Elm Grove . .1 to 5 P. M. Harry E. Hallett, 109 Gamble Ave., Elm Grove 6 to 9 P. M. Lon H. Winters, 36 Marshall Street, Elm Grove .. .6 to 9 P. M. Winters Packing Co. 437 Nat. Rd. Elm Grove, 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Mitchell Hall Motor Company, 418 Main Street, Elm Grove 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Edmund L. Jones, 28 Walnut Avenue, Woodlawn . .6 to 9 P. M. E. R. McGregor, 19 Edgvood St., Echo Point 5 to 9 P. M. Carl Bros. Garage, 2628 Wood Street 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. Louis MoC. Steenrod,M iller Ave., Chantal Court. .5 to 9 P. M. Albert Schan, 114 Edgi-gton Lane 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. W. F. Wineman, Park Ave., Parkview 5 to 9 P. M. W. F. Wineman, Park Ave., Parkview . .5 to 9. P. M. Albert Schan, 114 Edgington Lane 9 A. M. to 9 P. 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I Ohio-Tuec Company's Anniversary Sale # t BEGINNING THURSDAY, NOV. 17 ENDING SATURDAY, DEC. 17 5 Electrical Prizes Given Away 1st Prize?$15.00 on purchase of Ohio Tuec Cleaner. 2nd Price?1 Bath Room Heater. 3rd Price?1 American Beauty Iron. 4th American Beauty Toaster. 5th Prize?1 Rodgefs Toaster. 6th Prize?$2.50 worth Electric Lamps. SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW .AT OUR NEW STORE, 946 MAIN OHIO-TUEC CO. Phone 4009 West Virginia's Oldest A I ^ Altl ?15? W Department Store ilk VJ4 Department Store i _ FOUNDED 1847 STORE NEWS FOR THURSDAY * ?" STORE HOURS, 9 TO 5 Beginning Thursday?An Important Sale of Fur Coats?Scarfs I1 i All Seasons our fur prices have been based 011 the wholo ) sale market that prevailed before last March?when fur prices took a jump. For that reason our regular prices have been lower Phan ilie actual conditions have warranted. Now we come to you with even greater inducements?a sale of fur coats and scarfs, offering even lower prices in J many cases than those which have been marked heretofore. Moreover this sale conies at a time when the demand for furs is increasing. Colder weather and holidays combined will draw oil our stocks considerably. So we urge immediate selection before our present ample storks are depicted. Any of these fur coats or scarfs will make ideal Christmas gifts. A small deposit will be enough to have your selection laid aside until later. ! ! The Array of Coats Includes These Remarkable Values 30-inoh marmot coats, self trimmed, spcciul at $98.50. 36-inoh natural northern inu.skrat coats, spe cial, $105.00. 36-ineh natural inu.skrat coat, with raccoon collar, special at $185.00. ?.36-inch natural raccoon coats, special at $245.00. ?.*. ? 4. 40-inch natural raccoon coats, special at * > , $259.00. 36-inch near seal coat with largo collar and cuffs of natural grey squirrel, apodal at $219.00. 36-inch Hudson seal coat with large collar and cuffs <>f natural grey squirrel, special at $395.00. 45-inch natural grey squirrel wrap, special at $750.00. 36-inch Hudson seal coat with heaver collar and r uffs and hand of heaver around the hot torn, special, $495.00. Many others of Hudson scai. squirrel, mole, near seal and other furs at equally attracti\e 1 "n"cs- "X N 0 > * Special Features 40-inch Near Seal (dved coney) coats with large shawl collar and cliffs <?f skunk, special at $295.00. 30-inch natural coney coats in brown or taupe, special at $49.50. 3()-inch grey squirrel coat, with large shawl collar, spe cial at $550.00. V t Scarfs, Stoles and Capes ' ?serve womankind to a much fuller measure than their size and their cost would indicate, not only in thei ? warmth, but > in their rich beauty as well. Tt may be for your own use? ?t it may he as a Christmas gift?but in either case, we ad vise choosing NOW. The prices range from $25.00 to $500.00 - surely enough variety to satisfy. Chokers?Exceptionally Priced One, T<wo and Three Skins Natural s^roy >rjuiiTol, $12.8.'). Ilii'lsoii Hay saltlo, $7-").00. Stone Marten, $30.50. ( Eastern Mink. $19.50. ?Ston* k Thomai, Third x'loor