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[Federation of Labor
Will Have Competition
I
New Tork. Nov. 27?I'lans 'or the 1
I formation of the new Federation of i
i Independent I.ab?<r I'nlons and *r<??nps
'to be known ns the I nItc.i l.nb>?r < oun
>ell of \mertca. tn opposition t?> the
I American Federation of l-at?<r. were an
nounced hero to.lav The official call
for a iteneral convention In thin city on
I January 7. * and ?. at wnleh time a
permanent orjcantxatton will b* a?*
'fected. hat been Issued by a provisional
[executive committee and a number of
!local unions.
! l*ahf?r organisation* out.awM b> tna
Amerli-sn Federation of lAbor and
Uaked to Join the movement ciain. a
membership of more than a l.OOi.
| worker*.
The convention call referred to the
' treachery of reactionary leaders and
declared that the purpose of the new i
?organization Is "to cenioat the Intens
ified attacks of employers hv organlz
i In* the workers Into Industrial unions
' managed throush shop delegates com
? mlttees and to establish a closer
, means of cooperation among existing
(unions which subscribe to these prtn
I ctples; to merge unions of allied crafts
Into Industrial organizations, and final
Sly. to amalgamate all existing progres
{ etvo organizations into one body for
j the mutual protection of aik
j The call Is signed by eleven locals ot
'the Amalgamated Metal "Workers ot
! America, five locals of the l*nlted Shop
Workers, three locals of the Intern*
tlonal Carpenters of America anC
i fifteen other local lator organizations
[The provisional executive committee la
I headed by l*atrtck J. McClellan. of the
Public Servtce Utilities Workers.
EVERY VESSa W1U BE
: SEARCHED FOR UQUOR
I .
New York, Nov. 27.?Every vessel en
| terlng New York harbor from foreign
(ports will be met hereafter by a "r?
[ceptlon committee" detailed from the
I customs headquarters, which will make
| a thorough search for contraband liq
uor before the passengers are permitted
to land.
This line of action has been decided
upon by government officials as a re
sult of the recent uncovering of an al
leged whiskey ring In which employes
of steamships nud passengers, working
with bootleggers on land, were smug
gling large quantities of liquor Into the
country. Their activities were mado
possible. It is asserted by the lapse of
tints of from one to two days between
the vessels arrival and the search by j
customs officials. ;
Todar the gangplank of the steamer
1 Lapland of the Red Star line, was bare
i ly down before a "hootch squad" was
! on board the vessel and were at work
| searching the ship from the captain's
* cabin to the smallest compartment. No ,
| contraband liquor was found.
[3,000 Quarts of Canuck
Beer Seized at Toledo;
j* Toledo, Ohio. Nov. 27.?Nearly three
i thousand quart bottles of Canadian nine
[ per cent beer were confiscated by police
, and prohibition enforcement officers
here early this morning, an hour after
i the cargo had been hauled Into the
i Ironvllle slip in Maumee bay.
A lake-going yacht also was seized.
' together with an automobile said by the
j police to belong to George IMttman. an
i alleged rum runner. The crew of the
t yacht escaped.
Several hours after the seizure Dltt
k man was arrested and held without
> bail. He is believed by the police to
1 have been head of the smugglers.
IMttman was arresto-i In connection
. with the murder of Arthur Janisse.
J AVyandotte. Mich., rum runner In the
k Detroit river on the night of April 21
last. Two others also were arrested
' for the alleged murder but all were
, acqulted In the circuit court at Detroit.
Janisse was shot four times In the
j breast and an anchor tied around his
I neck. His body was found several
I days later at the bottom of the river.
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STORAGE BATTERY CO.
1521 Cfaap line St
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Mustapha Refuses to i
Meet the Britishers
(Vn'laatltinylc, Nov. 2".- ?^Mustapha
Krmn! Pasha, he.nl of the Turkish na
t:nn*!N! K'Hfrnmfnt. lias refused to re-I
reive a* Angora. his capital, the British !
mission sent to discuss peace between !
the Turks and 11 reeks in Anatolia. A|>-I
parently with the Intention of pressing |
?ij>o!i the mission that he Is not anxious ;
for peace. Mustapha Kemal has directed
that I? he received at Inebolla. a small!
Black Sea port, by the minister of war
and I'afet I'ashA. commander of the na
tionalists' western nrnty.
It Is reported on good authority here
that a British officer has gone to the
AnatoTieti front to arrange a meeting I
between Mustapha Kemal and Brigadier- |
Genera! Sir Charles Haringlon. (An a'
?entpt to arra&ge such a meeting ?i July
? f the present year was unsticr.-.s-fill,
owing. It was said. to the Turkish lead
er's attitude.)
AERSCAN TATAL1T IN JTTRE D
I.i>s Angeles. Nov. "7, ? Kmll Rogers,
former lieutenant In tlie aviation corps
ami an Instructor *? various eastern
flying fields, was Injured fatally late
today. In a crash at n field near hero
made by a commercial flying company
he organised Sp?ct-?.ira said his mon
oplane was about forty feet up and
traveling rapidly w,hcn Rogers at
tempted a turn. The plane crashed
sldewlse.
Rancher?Ain't you mor'n doubled the I
price of rope the last-few days?
Storekeeper?Reckon so. I've been
bearln' some talk, of the boys coin' to
lynch the profiteers an' I'm resolved to
sell my life dearly.? Houston I'ost.
ST. CLAIRSVILLE !
Ifi VETER/IN !?
HEART VICTIM
rUNTSSAl or robikt w. pai.mtr
TfrSBAY AmilITOON AT
ST. CI.AXR3VXLLE
Uf^-Lonc Jtcrldcnt of Belmont County
Expire? Suddenly?Born We*r
Loydsvllle
The funeral servl'-es for the late!
Hobert W. Palmer will be held from his
le-'i.ionee <>!i Main street tomor
row afternoon at i o'clock.
Mr. 'Palmer was eighty-one years of
age anil ilieil from heart trouble. He
wa> :i <*1 \ II war veteran and well known
In this community, having been born
near Ixxlysvllle and spent the greater
part of his life In this region. ' He was
a member of the local Methodist church.
Kunentl services will be In charge of
Itev. \\\ Cooper, Methodist minister,
assisted hy Kev. I. P. 1/eeper. I'nlted
Presbyterian minister. The body will
be placed in a rcelvlng vault at the
L'nlon cemetery. .<
The deceased Is survived by his wife
and one daughter, Mrs. J. O. Porterfleld.
who Ins been residing with her parents
ror some time.
St. Clalravlll* Briefs
Deptttv 1). liardesty ha? returned
home otter n business trip to Columbus
and Mansfield. t
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Shell, of. Can
ton, have returned home after a brief
vlalt at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mre. \V. K. Butcher, of West Main
street.
John O. Iddlngs conducted services at
the Friends' church at Bast Richland
yesterday, the paetor. Miss Florence
Talbert, being away.
PAIR ARRESTED FOR
PAY-RJMi ROBBERY
Boston, N'ov. 27?Police inspectors to
night arrested James Luna of Oliphant
Pa., and John Dubok, of Everett,
changed with participating In the rob
bery of a payroll of 128,444 at the A.
G. Walton & Company Shoe factory In
Chelsea yesterday morning.
Luna, with a bullet wound in one
arm. was found en a bad la a South
Boston lodging house. Later tha lnspoo*
tors discovered in a barn la Everett tha
automobile In which the four bandlta
who snatched tha money from mes
sengers of the Klret National Bank of
Boston made their get-away. The car
was Addled with bullets. ,
The police said they found In Dubok'o
home a bag of money which contained
about $20,000.
.
RESINOL
Soothina And HeAlinq
Household Ointment
1881
*
40?
1921
The Oldest Stove and Hardware House in Wheeling
With Great Pride We Announce Forty Years of Service to Our Patrons
To deal not only fairly but generously? To give as moderate prices consistent with quality as possible?
To give real help in selection of goods as well as real value
THIS IS WHAT IS MEANT BY SERVICE, AND OUR SUCCESS IMPLIES THAT OUR SERVICE IS APPRECIATED
For One Week We Celebrate Our Anniversary and Invite You to Examine Our Stock and Take Advantage
cf the SPECIAL PRICES Arranged For This Week Only ^ 0 07
November_28 to December 3 - - - Save from lU/ot0t
LIBERTY GLASBAKE
Transparent oven ware. Your
choice only 79<?
GENUINE PYREX
Transparent oven ware.
Plain pieces 10% OFF
Engraved pieces 25% OFF
Will Fit Stajid&rd Mountings.
ALL "WEAR-EVER"
ALUMINUM
10% BELOW
REGULAR PRICES
UNIVERSAL BREAD
MIXERS
4 Loaf Size $3.15
8 Loaf Size $3.60
Cake Maker $3.15
2-qt. Pure Aluminum Percola
tor with glass top and large flat
bottom, insuring quick pcrcolat
ing.
Sale price f.. .$2.48
UNIVERSAL
FOOD CHOPPERS .
No. 0 $1.95
No. 1 $2.40
No. 2 82.80
No. -i ...$3.80 *
rfRS. POTTS' IRONS
3 irons, Handle and Stand
Sale price $2.19
WHITE CROSS
ELECTRIC IRON
The Superior Iron
Fully guaranteed
Sale price $4.79
SHUR EDGE CARVING SETS
Stag and Kbony handles. Ster
ling Silver mounted.
2-Pier : Set. Ebony handle.
Sat?* price .... $1.79
3-Piece Set, Stag handle.
Sab price $4.98
3-Pie<;. Set Sterling and Stag
handle $8.78
These Sets make wonderful gifts.
PERFECTION ELECTRIC
COOK STOVES
Strong and durable.
Beautifully finished.
Sale price $3.98
No Goods, Charged, Exchanged or
Sent on Approval.
AT LAST! Big Cut In Stove Prices
Reliable Angliron Gas Ranges
EQUIPPED WITH OB
WITHOUT
LORAIN
Ove Heat
Regulator
AT PRICES YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THE PAST THREE YEARS
We Will Place on Sale as a Special Inducement 25 Reliable Angliron Gas Ranges No. 1391
18-INCH OVEN AND ^
BROILER <
ENAMELED OVEN (
and BROILER RACKS
<5
DEMOUNTABLE J
OVEN PLATE I
ASBESTOS LINED '
I
WHITE PORCELAIN
OVEN AND BROILER
DOOR PANELS and
SPLASHER BACKS *?
BROILER PAN and
BURNER TRAY
FEATURING
LARGE ONE PIECE
OVEN BURNER
FOUR
DEMOUNTABLE
RAISED COOKING
BURNERS WITH
COMMON SENSE
LIGHTER
OVER SIZE
WHEEL VALVES
ALL ANGLIRON
FRAME AND HEAVY
STEEL BODY
Regular Price $108.00---Anniversary Price $72.75
Cinderella Gas, Coal and Combination Ranges. Olive Gas and Coal Ranges. Champion Combina
tion Ranges. Moore's Hot Blast. Pick Oak Hot Blast Coal Heating Stoves. Cheerful, Radio, Hot
Spot and Cinderella Gas Heaters, Oil and Gasoline Cook Stoves. All at Special Reduced Prices.
Demonstration of Fireless Cooking With the Duplex Fireless Cooker
Every afternoon during our Anniversary Sale, at our store, by a factory expert, who will
make a complete demonstration of the wonderful cooking made possible by the Duplex Eireless
Cooker.
We would emphasize the importance of each Duplex Fireless Cooker owner or prospective
owner being present at some time (lining this demonstration, as this new method of cooking
should be of vital interest to every housewife. Our demonstrator will give full explanations and
answer all questions regarding tireless cooking.
SPECIAL INTEREST TO THE
MECHAHO.
All Working Tools nd Hardware
At 10% Below R^ular Price.
All.Starrett Toold.5% Off.
This is your opportnity to com
plete your it.
ORIS WOLD WAFFJJ IRONS
No. 8 Heart Shaped. .. .. .81.58
No. 8S Round High $2.03
No. 11 Square High $2.03
Sale price on all Gr.wold jDast
Iron Skillets, Griddle.^and Tite
Top Boasters. ' 4
SALE PRICE ON ROSTERS
Round Enameled ... ......79*
Model Self-Basting, 2 sies,
$2.48 ad $2.93
Reed Oval Roaster wit) tray, 5
sizes $3.15 t $5.04
"Wea'-Ever" Aluminun Roast
ers, 3 sizes.. ,$5.36 t<$7.38
Solid Copper Wuh Bders
No. 8, $6.45. Sale price. .15.79
No. 9, $6.95. Sale price.. .15.98
All-Tin Wash Boiler.
No. 8?Sale price .<1.79
No. 9?Sale price <1.99
Galvanized Wash Boilei
No. 8?Sale price $.79
No. 9?Sale price $-j99
Anchor Brand Wringers
3 and 5-Year Guarantee
10 to 12-inch rolls, all ball bar
ing, wood and metal frame.
Sale price $5.85 to. $7.-8
Hartford Wringer Bench <
Sale price $3.t|
All Galvanized Tubs
At Sale Prices.
LARGE SPLIT WOOD
CLOTHES BASKETS
Sale price $1.48
SOLID COPPER NICKEL ?
PLATED 14-OZ. TEA KETTLES
No. 7 Sale price $1.89
No. 8 Sale price $1.90
No. 8 Sale price $2.00
Crystal Wall Coffee Mills
Just the thing for the home.
Sale price $1.29
THREE LABOR SAVERS
SOS Steel Wool 23*
American Steel Wool ?*
ORONA?Cleans and removes
the most obstinate burns and dis
coloring on aluminum ware.
9?, 13* and 19* Tins
Mall ord*n< glv?n earofol atteatiOB ,
wbn Accompanied by caah or MU7
ordar amd paxcol poat chary**
K ALBITZER'S
The Old Reliable Stove and Hardware Store 1050-52 Market Street, WheelingJMf. Va.
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