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ISONLOAQ OF IT GOODS.
*? TI STILLS TAKENII RAID
CXsAYTOW LEADS SEARCH OF MBS.
OOLOBESO'S PLACE ON MAIN
STREET
Nothing' Found at "Ho\e hi Vail,"
Royal Bar and Joseph's Confec
tionery
The bnxfi! Iur.it ti ;.il ? I
Prohibition :i.;v. r,.-.- i-' ? "1.. >'
ton sin. e his an-until ant t.r.tt
weeks ae-. w.iv ?! i.:. ? . -?.
noon, four hundred .i.i-l i.::> oia
of nut ah. !??" st lis i.i . pill
ions of nioon.sii'.j . ii-nl "i ns.tr's of
bonded ilquor w .iv ? . \ is. ;i;??.!.
The first pl.n ?? tisi'.d v.-st? rday by
?'Ui>l?>n was t) ? ?I i ?. ? .n ?'??? tV.it!" ott
Ktetcnth afreet :.- .*r it:'- I'eniiaylvitRiit
depot. \'"t!iiiu \\.i* ?' ? ;:i.i in the f,|a<*e.
The next mote w.- ??? the. Il-.yal
^afe No '.?'?? Mi'*'.'* :r..-' NnthiniT
was Yound tin re l"it, rti- of 11. crs say.
tne man behind the enter threw a
bottle a Kit*, u s t tin? f!..>r btoaknic it. and
then shot* i-il ;r -lott't: a ne'e in I tie H...ir.
When asked what the Not e . >?irained
tliey sat the man replied that it was
KibRer a!e Mr. < iaytnti in
this raid wee 1': ? . i? u Mil fori >'?
rr.cnl Oflh er William 1uI:? a. Inputy
Kedera' I'rchihiti*>i? t?t'f-? i Arrinu
ton. and -Sheriff liar-- T. I't-niaS
The next ra'd was :in Josephs
confectionery N. '.Si:: . u.; int.", Market
street. Nothing was f- u; I here.
Called The Expross
"When '"i.ijf Arr.r.tf.di and
I man, assisted by rvputy jjherift ?? V.f.
Ctator. Md Minard. H.-n.-y Vermillion
and Pave I'leary. raided the home of
Mrs. Goldberg at N>?. I? 20 Main street,
it was neoe.ssiirt ? . i.i". as; express
iwajton. It was here *'. t a 1 the tvet
?goods, mash and -t: tui-e found.
Mrs. Goldberg was t .t!?? ri 1-- . it on a'
state warrant. i
Conley Fined and Jailed
William t'on'.ej w Kj was i .iri.-rni. r
st The Stag oil fe or Mar'-et
raided last Friday, w.i- arraigned be
fur" S<|u:r?' .1 -ha M Kin<|elt>erirer *.os?
terday ii f tern- .if (tn' ??.??iTilv Ju:l. II"
w.is :uu-l *.'"?> ml ;iml serin-re oil
to serve tw-- r. .>nt>im :n Jail.
K.lwur-I 1 w..l !-?? ?ri.i :ui.n!
th.s afterr.'-*i at the jail hi fore Suture
Kitnlell-i rirer. l-'iw I'm li*?: ae at No.
I'.l) K'.giiteerith stre.-: was raided Mo!'
? \ ami ii'uarl-- vv liirkev v.is
it'.-!
Held Under C500 Bond
? VI. tin- M.i.:- -tr< ? ris.ll.
Mrs. Ki he.a ai. < vv;. - nik-n
??vising before SvtU'.' ? i'h:.r.es .1. ? -
i-i:! i;v* It.> h Ill li.-* ti:i lor t? i?> 1.
1 it r i.-viltis date ?i. m tit liin 'it.
Salvation Army Busy
Providing Christmas Cheer
" ?? ..I'tii 'rs arul wv-U ,-r.s of 11?S.i'* a
?? \ ? i!. , :iti' i-ertai'lly k' ?;?t t'-isv these
?lay j-r i?itr?rij; t?? It 'i^r -*n-ne i hrts-tma t
li?.-: Info tin- homos tho pm-r of " ir
? t: v Si'tt.i an: k-Tit busy vvritiitk let
..iit-f. ti.i- iIimt hot! ,ui.l t !?-.
? ? I..?: ? . iu':-rs r*?:j;:?>?; tIt tip!! :? t
? thers ,iri- auntlnc up tlio worth v poor
!ti a!' loot i-.tjs uf the ol;y. I'-- votil.tt'-vv
f i.i.a vviin is rea !>? !:t tie-il ;t
Ki>ki ? ' ?'onianihint anil Mrs. I'ltii'.ip
v?.m will In-- pleased in have ton toil 1
t.M-ttt ;.?> 11 ? \ i; i? i ?: f.-'i to iiv-"-loiiJ?
..H-. <l.-Mofylne fatni'y.
Head tlu-ir \* -i-vt ail is t.iiii- s nupi r.
nnr| ?f.. uliMt \ m: i'.'iii ? I.-* tn 11 . i? iti tilts
worthy v.nii-. Mi I. I ? I'ix.iti. who
runs a shoe shine '? ?? and hat e'.eatl
ttlfS t'ia' i- at MJitt.. Mai ii*'Ir s"i-vl. has
pmn.isfil tn Kii i- ovi-t v ??? tit protlt o*i
Thursday. ??? tpakc tin- kiddies happy.
Here's hopitur hi- u?ts Juts of trade that
?ii>y. V. i-.y not ntlii- s I'nUiiW hrs f\
a tuple V
They have r oiv?-i| s..ttie refresh
ments. Hi'ii art It.ivine some very in
t Testing set'i ii-es in tlu-ir itall pii l-loff
sr-eit At the Siiml.i- uiight serv I e
ii!'|eeti people :ii-ia-|-ti-i| i "lit- st :is their
>';tV !.t Me?-it!KS this week mt Titurs*
? l.i> , -i Suturit.- v. at 7:10 j> tit
$TUDESTS SZXT. CtJfDT
TOR T1IXIR PIANO FUND
M.,4 t nnti!?- M-i.lonts --f M.niti?n
the I-... :nl. ti-:.i.-rri w after?
in-i'tl w .. I! It 11111 tli- ? a In! ?? the
students Of liii- s.-'uh-: .if tor :: :20
? ?Vii ? < ? ?rJcr.s t'.-r the ranriv wilt he
iietnlled 1-y te.iv :nrs ?>f th- ar:m:s
to-.n-s- 11.? i;v ?? ,vii! he m ule hv th.
til fttaiie ,-tUiletits to the foottis.
Ti e . an Iv >s h.-'tiv s*11'11 pfov till' a
M-rtioti i f .the f t" i he.'ntf raised ??< ?. tr
ha-e ;i seheid ;?ta:io.
Sure Relief
FOR INDIGESTION
1^ ^w^ter
Sure Relief
DELL-ANS
25* and 75$ Packages ?veryv.her* t
IV! CF" AD D EfSl'S
GIFTS
THAT WILL BE APPRECIATED
BOYS' CHRISTMAS SUITS
AT REDUCED PRICES
S r;>-tko I?? *V putting one of' these suit*
'iinlor his tr?**- Ho will a-tpr. -fiato it far snort*
?'i.m ??rliot ? "l'.,* "f suits art* tu.ioro l b\ o\
i?" t tailors wi if ;ari lllar '.villi the whims and
tric es of t; ,? , . -1>.t thov haw pioiltweii th
it.istin's >r-..ir:**si s:\lt - mail* of nxtrn Rt'-"i
iv-lfing w.'.tl. ri ;'at>r>s *1*?ul?I?? sewed anil r?*iri
, . .! \v lie: t; t;.. wear com.-* most Apes ti :?*
:\ ?oars
su" $6.90
$7.90
*tt'hristmns Suits (o qo
Od'it oil to ^0."U
"ti5"it,''l5r'!'lm,,s.su$9.90
BOYS' TAN RAINCOATS
*.a" ?>! lui 'i' ":i's f'?r <-f ?i??ut? i?> i? nt?! r ? f.ii-r ??. t;?i.
o'a>i*- at:rac;i\? !>oltci tv-'loN.
8lS?.t,r " .. S4.50 Tiv. 50c
Boys' $10, $11. $12 SfT.90 I
I' Madam*, ws ?
season s latest s:\les: mrd
els- pl.?:d ; at'?rrt>* *
t&'UT* S7.90 :
Girls' $4.50 Rain Capes
Witi Hood to Cover HeaA
Made of r- !!>?r
pro"f nia'oria'. \jr<?s t. *>. V !??
I'n'or." \av>,T.ii? .<:;>! CO P f\
n-d. nedne.-d $U.O\t
3oys' So School SQ.30 |
Sweaters O
*i :>?> ia.est "closui iw. .it i s
1"??r I oj .<?. rcii'K* i>* fr<?<?? {
wiifi'.T, niriJ. ?'...,s.?I\ woven. *?n iif
litting. !';.noy tr.m I'lunhi'.- tf* O CfJ
;<t >>ti colors I(o iiuvri ;o yO?v v
Boy.-' Overcoats
At Hsjduceil Fr!c??
Th<? s h-v.nr:*<i T?iO'i
? 'r? ha%-k inaifo ut
?-x<T|>r.r wir'Jen falTK's. new
r t coloring *
$6.90 $7.90 $3.90 S990
CHRISTMAS SWEATERS
FOR MEN AND BOYS
The ?"dsm, n newst *-t> les- sru'c tilting. woven ??"
the be-M Woolen ? ?ir;is, ?*a<*h Hwviltr h.t't.l finish** .
l'or ???!' motoring and ?,! kP Tt wear. Th? ji'iv":
plain color* ? fancy rnmhsn if ion rnl.>r* t.h? A"" nek.
eltp r.\rrs >>r ih* ?oa: .*?> ? with ?.?.ll:i:a utt.u
All eiz>'?.
A1! ww" 5!2-50 j
Si0-^0 \
58.50 .
. S6.00 *
;rM"- $7.00 ?.'
rZ,Z"!Sr""* $6-00
15 .0'1 Vool Swi'llTv $4.50
15.75 0"!" A. w h.; Sw. atet*. C4 K f)
Reduced to i?t.JU
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
MEN S AND YOUNG MEN'S U>Q
$6.00 SLIP-OVER SWEATERS
Woven ft ki>"< 1 \vo?l?.n yarn*. Perfe--' flttfiiK "V" ? eck .slip <)\*r
s;\>. ? olors. Havana Hiowri. C,re--n and Navy Hluo. Slicx PO ?Q
KeUu -d to._. . V?''V5
LAMB'S WOOL SOCKS
AT REDUCED PRICES
T .?> sof? and warm LatnJn Wni>| Snej.s Se.;n.
l"e*. comfortable and beat wearing .Medium
. weight?also in lino t .uhiui'is Wool Socks. Colors
| lilack. Natural tire;.. Navj Hiue and Camels
I Hair Sues t-? it1.?
75c Cashmere Wool SvcVs C
lUjdUCtfd to JUC
7.'.,- I.an.un \Vnf>| So'Ls CO,
Reduce | . DUC
Heavy Word Work Socks OQ
Reduced to .... w!e C
}: 'irt Kvt'a Heavy Wool Work Socks. CQ _
Reduced to . . ' UiJC
S ??> Wool Mixed Work Socks 1Q
Reduced to
Zjf Wool Mixed Work Socks. 1 Q
Reduced to ... . * 3 C
McFADDEN'S
1122-1124 Market St. Wheeling W. Va. j
NATIONAL COMMANDER
WOODSIDE TO ATTEND
DANCE Of THE V. F. W.
Klo< h-PhllHpr-XUoado* Post to Mft
Klgrhsst Official of Orgnnliation
as Honor Quest nnA
) Patron
?erday afternoon, f'upt.i n Cohort Uro'.l
?>' I '!t' st in ?:'i. mil hota I ? I'liiTiKtiulcr
? ; the Veterans i f I"*?:?-ii;ri U ;ii ? of f'??
A States. siii'i'oil i.. ... . . |.r :ni it
\ it a'ton ti? l? n jiafr.ni ? ? f Veteran ?
,.f I'orcljjji Wat s <\irN*' m.is flat? ? t?t
Wo. -iitiK MoroLv i \.-:i t-t, I ?.?.?onih? r
L'th
The ropiest f>-\ the p.itio-iul coin-.
nuindri's it1 the* first sootn'
timet ioij of K fee'i-l'h;l" :|?m-Hlo-ads* 1 ?????
\i>. &!?wus mad" to I'.iptiiln Woudidd*
rhrotiKii A'aptmu 11 ?? ? .-? ? \ Al" "it. wnn
;.if?*r of the Veterans Jluteau '<:? The
Wheeling o'lii.r. w .> is n lu'rui-n:; t
friend of I'aylniti Woodstdv. Tint torn.a;
invitation to lit.* national .-ointuamJi't
v. Ill I" ovtf rttlci trainv !.\ tin- j.o?t
? ommandi-r of IvhjeTi-I'hol.i's-ltlioad's
Post. who has the assurance thmuith
? 'aptaii: Allen that lite imitation will he
fl. . fOltC'l.
The pre.?eiioc of N'ut ionr i Vjtimamh ?
IVoodsldo tis a patron of th>- Uuaee wtli
his fit s' v'rtf to Klec't-I'li'l'.p - ?
lihoados I'osi in ?t.> < .t part t >. fift'l til"
Untice eon; tin * t < ? of ?' i post Is tries
eotiRrn tulated for thoir u. .ilevettnmt In
soeufifts his promise .t" eoii.e here for
their holiday fiinetiot.
Captain Woodsid" a dis: :nn..shed
\ e'cftitt of tl:e Wot ii! W ar .:i frame,
re.-oiitly was elected s| ..riff of Alt*
tti.t'ny eou!it>. I'a . t?d s 1. ttfitly poj.?
lilur aff.otij; 11 .? O verse, in veterans til
Ills home iliV. wh-te t.-ti p-.sts of the
Veterans u' 1 'or'-iitn liars ere active
.?tot w .etc the ??'.<. v f t.th post is Petri:
formed.
Tl; ? .'om.t.t, of National ? ort.ii a. d-'t
Wo .dslile is e\peeled to attract pre
? oti'lv 'tie <r.'.te nieir.tiersiilp of tt.e
Veterans of Kotc.fti Wars TVs' at
Ite'lain. i'tiio. ??? ;l ? (*hrisl mas tlam-e
of Kleeh-l'hiliips llttoades I'.o.t, Tin.
.lame will he held at '.lie KIT.s ? !'tb
auditorium
We have jfi'Mfniitfeff Tvpftvr'ter* '?. m
110.00 up. W. S. Stoddard. 71 ll'th St.
NO FORMAL INQUEST
IN AUTO TRAGEDYi
INJURED IMPROVING
Bodies of DoKl Baby Victims U> Bo
Pl:vc?d in Receiving Vaults
\.i A't:o;?y w 111 lie he lit hv io...nr
1:. <!. Ilo'. b-. ::i the :i ttomo'tii'c : 1<: t
whiok occurred Sund.iv afternoon mi
the Toil M.'i -.1 I. he'Weill U'iicc'.i:.;
VV iwimd. ;:i whi.'i Mr -nd M's
Join T J i > "ii of .'IJo Ileii a . emio.
Warwocd. were vn-rkm injured iimiI
Kdith a-d llll.'a hot h. their two voutiK
duuschters. mush.-??{ t<. death. w!.?n their
Sti.ile'.ml.er tourlnjr inr crashed over the
? t.-eet car track and skidded over the
embankment. turning oyer on an ore
Pile.
t'oroner H.-hhs -tiled last ntght tha'
it would mo to hold iirt
Inquest as there I? no evhletiee other
than from the father ntitl mother, ami
that shows the tragedv was p'jrdv acci
dental.
Bodies In Vault
The hod.es of ihe two rh.id.'e'i who
were killed will In placed in a re-eivlnat
vault at tjreetiwooil <-emetor> tomorrow
afternoon until lh? j ir-mts ;,}e \b> ?
the hospital and attend burin!
j se.-vtces. Whether the girls' bod:-- will
be interred here or tod will depr-id alto
gether on the desir- . f the j. rents
It is probable ? ir t'lrv will in- too-ri
to ? "inelnnat!. the former honii of Mr
? i mr?. Ryan.
Parents "Rscowerlnff
ltn'h Mr. and Mrs. Rvn'i m< i
?ip. it w .? s stat-d a' the North W . -
i?? 15 hospital las' night .Mice, the five
Var-o'd d.-itighter. vb- esonped with-cil
injuries and who attempted for 11 'lO'tr'
to stop an automobile passing hv f-"
V.ve lie'p. ???!;; remain* at the linme M
Mr. pttd Mr'. O'.'ton Ctiinpbc!! i:
\\ ,ir?i oil
MACADEMY CLUB
HOLDS ELECTION
Offlc?r? a.rd Directors Chosen for New
Years?Adopt New By
Laws.
Off.< -i s anil .1 re.ur.rs <f r' e Ma.a
(Icmy <"!':!> ?i>r' elf' Icil for t!onsulri
;.c,'ir ;r n nn.-a'ing of the ciuh held Mou
c I a y evening in ;ho ?? 1 .j! ? homo "ti N'ott!
.Vain street.
The ting n.Ti p.-es ded ovet ;.i
Triumvur Warfuel. A nnv set of b>
laws and a now constitution was adopt
>-d hy the ni?n:lipr.? of the frntemlty
According to the new constitution meet
inKS Mil! Lie held the second Mondnj
of each month
T: was deckled to have n paper pn'o
Ijshed monthly which will deal wit.
: I-. o netiviftes of ti:e dub and the ntetn
hership. Marc Wolfe. popular >ouu,'
man of tins city, was elected to tic
editorship.
llrr.est C. fle'hie re-elected innnagee
announced yesterda- tla' foviai *uu ?
tlor>* will tal.e place more often in tic
future. He plans to have some form o
activity for the club members at leas
once a month.
Kotir young men of tins city win
acepted into full membership Into tic
J f'luo. The. are F'ratlk Noel. Wttfrei
Plmnverol, FY- 1 f'-ucklnghn m and t' M
Hose.
The off re;s and directors are ns fol
lows:
Hoard of J ?i rectors: <"*. K. Near. C. F.
N'.av, H. S '"artnack. K C. (JerbtK
Rouslia Varfuel.
Plnnnrial Secretary--Pa vld Rene
Treasurer- Fl. M. Itarnes
Secretary -f'. FT. Xav
Manager- lv <V Cerblg
tJuard? Oren l.evy.
Thar.re Committee Wolfe c|.,i. i u.an
Archibald. A Acker. TT .facobs ami H
Moyes.
Sick Committee?Hanhe. Hood nn<
i I.evy.
House Committee?t'ilesry, F'aris am
Stroehmann.
("hurck Committee.?p. W. l.aue Mc
Nash, and Mc'onnell.
Publicity Committee- - H. Mo' ?i am
H. S. earmark
Club IvJitor -Man! Wolfe
A wife separator!" No' Vol Ru
a swretener and yssw separator for
erram separator. Well, try Rtuo He*
atid ?ee ,\dv
ACT ON RCSTGNATION
ytrtrt Lutharan Church Cong'ragatlo
"Will Han Important Meeting
Thts Evening.
An important meetlr.g of k r?
Flngttslj T.Aitheraji church . nngrcgn t .o
will he hekl !'? 1 > evening ,\i tb'e tin,.
It is expected, a '.on w:'.l !??? tnUei. ..
the res;g n:< t 'on I ?r. lv > t llowatt
pastor of tlir e) ur -h. T >r. How ltd t
dered his resignation for the p c
accepting a i ell to the f'eil.'tli l.nMiera
i church at Spe;ru-fjei?lt Olr'n.
I
B. &0/5 SHOP
FUSLQliGH HAS
AFFECTED HINT
|!.i t !::*!(?. M.i . I I : 'till. 'IX.I -ids
of J'HI* !! lvi.pl--.-. i >! ||\ tin- I
it i ?11i? ? Il;t!Ir>? I v.i.o I" :i >? H'. ?"?<1 IP
Suinliiy, v Iipii simps uvi r t <?
?? , I ? ? xyy ton: w ]' y;,t
I II- i|e;>MV*.y|..!i II-,.I
t .-f rffi-.t tig i-. .itimnles w r e glv.-n
i ??J" i. i ? .-? ;i..- i.m.i . r-??!?}?;. t K
tin- a
Wither I >a?..i>: \V. hard. pi.-ml'ii: ;
11 - road. ii- ? ?' \V ' 1 allow n\, . pms- ?
Iin-nt in charge i.f i-i'i-ra". v.uiil<] veil-j
tor.- Uii ??i itii.-n as ! . low long xlillt
d-wti v?nI? J ? -..'it'll!,??
About i i 11 ???*!! simps Mr i ;,i low... o. (
i inuteil. wa-'t *' i ?? tolaj . f I! j.j s;i-;ii
.111-1 all ' !'*? W.lllid he sil.lt i j. i m ?
'I'll.- piitmis-a of tin*:--.. nr.- la 1 :.i11; inure. ;
iail-i-i iaaJ. IMlj.aui gh, K. - s.-i . \V. \ a.
/.aa-xv :l'i> and ?'lucliinuti. Ohio. a ad
V\ ashington. J? i'
I'ri-sidi-iit Will.ml said that : - im-ve
l-.nl hen ile--d--d boi-ause of tins. '
tn-ss d'pieue'ni:-, wh.ch had 111 ?? 1 in .
a revere fulling of! in business for tin-:
.-???a I ami tV- ne. exsitv f.?j- i- To- '. hit 1
alias wherever possible Mr \Vi!
ai'.t air. i'a led ii: ti*at io-i t.t , he t-<- t
lliM* It liini l.i'i-n riistomari oti su-ne
I ..ads l i i .Iowa t i a i ? "? ii lli-- ;
li-.l day period
l*urloufTi Only S?v?n Here.
\ ..riling several f-:.i !r the
!!a ' 11 III.I'P & Ohio Milll-'inl ill t'n- W Vfr--.
.111; (i-siri'-f, tie shops ;.| tVr -. iaiti
w 1! rot be .-losed Sunda.M uMil 1-.|! seven
im-ti will I? f :i !-i-i?ti?.| !?" ..- !???
,i l.njL-in-.l at tin- . an.)
!-\i- it ? t!.? I:- set a-1 n.tir.'il .-?????? Tlnft
ail! hi- l.n fir loughs at l:ii- 1 Inl'.iMtl v
ii si:i.ji-, ai-r-.tiii-'K word fi<- i tle-i
It was :i-t: ttia I -s. I last night ti.i-T s--- ?
? -a! >tin; moii to 1 given :''.ir-otgiix
:? t t.-.'- 1N-J1 w 1- d shops v'.'i J..-- - \.-ii In
' I -? Hi-'?ljtO!..-- t simps a;id g-\.-i wi t1;
l-i nrofe-ejir' t.- si?vi.?",i! men now wm Ir
itis: tl.ele. live to IjiCir I..iik<-i -i-r . i>
with t In* ? i- in j.a :i v.
r?70 Off at CmnborUud
i *n in In T.H r.-i Md . lie.-, l" -fa r hun
dred and poM-nty men employed at tho
lialtlnn-r.- \ Ohio Uailr-a-l .simps l.er*
will t>i> fuiU-UK'ied f'T till -t ili-finite j-i-i
i.id liegltinlti-i nost Sa-nrda >. a -?:ordins
t.i an atitioii:. ?i nn 1.1 n-.-e.\",l fro-n *'ie
it.lltimoro Off'.-S of t!??? raUf -111 tnlnK'tl
Tills will eata.l tf:e oloslns of 'lie shops
ji was salil
2.500 C. ? O. Men Out
I hint 1 ag ton. W Va.. J >ef. 11 \n
-niiin? ?-i:t??: t was made t.-dav t.-iat tfe
? . al sln.ps -'f tin* ' li? s'i P?-ii ke A- Oliio
:.i i'lnad v..l olost- SntJt d;-.;..
?ila'e'.y :'..*.t"i i-ni'l?j i-s '.ii'I l-i' ti--it|-nr
j-rilv t'lfiWVli nvt Of Wote. e.--t..-di:tc to
\V s If-tf'.er. ass-etatr y.'-'n ial ?; ipi-r.n
t?? ft lot*'. 11" xnid tl-.e sh-'.ns w-n-i'd t>rob
ably t'-.i'i't ti soon aft' r .Idtit tir\ I It
was nati'i that !??-?.? tarn ,.a pf m i
of iii? rivSinst s'r . ' ?>' tlie mad wis it;
us..-. resnltlttK ;t: lltt'o ii'uli l.ehi? f. uiid
for the shops
N'nliody gets so indignant a ? rm-k
who iia|ipetis t-i be aroused ? f M-ui-ttilng
?io hasn't done
ARMY TRUCK TRAIN
SPENDS NIGHT AT
ST, CLAIRSVILIE
ONE HUWDSED SOLDfXRJR BII.I.ET.
ED IX COURT HOUSE?PASS
THROUGH WHEZUXG
TO-DAY.
Half of Trniu Remains at Cambridge,
Whero On* Man Wai Killed by
Overturning' Truck.
l-ht'n I n.ted .-Mti'H aiinv triu he ."nit
in. < than (i'i* s-.idiers. i otupnsing a
s--.-t.on of iMi ;.rmy truck train. ??ri i\ ?-rl
j-' Si. Citiirnviile. \>!:io. laat evening
Tin' trucks were parked for the night
along the sireet !?> St. Clalrsvllle r?.d
th" tr-?>ps i-:ad" ti.f.r (juarters for the
nVht in the has "nit-nt of the Belmont
, o -rip cot.i s hot.ho i
"I've truck trn'ii i:. errciito from Camn ?
k' \ Kt-iit'ick\. to ? 'amp Ilr.'iER. North.
>'a-o!'na. I' v. 11: to North Caroline !
b. wii;- of We m:i! .-.Eton. It and Is rr- '
I i - :.'t to t'uss tinoujrli Wheeling this,
f,,n-n--o- ;
Too trunks at St i "ibl'sville last
t vhl .it" only lmlf of the trucks In the
tm.n \vhii It Is making the move Tli"
other trucks uru! about IbO soldiers '1 ^
niained at < ambt idge. O, v.hero Private
Uoi.r.e Tdima.i was killed end two other
soldiers injured by tlm overturning of a
P'uck Monday evening. on a eteeii grade
, j-.sl vo-ii of ('a mbridge.
1 i*apta n Myland is in < omnia t-d of the
i train, which .? rnanred by "Of' soldiers j
the icyu'nr army s Klghlh Hegiment
! Award Savings Club
i Xmas Prizes Tomorrow
i r? ? i
' 'I "iiii'ii i ow mornlrii. ' If H< t.derson,
' l-hlwnr I Salaile and W.Ilium Windsot.
? iree lo.-al me?: connected with the buni
offices ? f three io.-al n-nwspripr-i h
make ?:,.- dr.* wi.<g f?v wlnnln-;
? be i s :n the h.iv.ngs deposit context
I nnuciiriited \ngust first by the l.>ollor
? Satink?* attd Trust Company.
j The fust g'lt t'? h? awarded will Ire
in tlf hundred dol'.nr liberty bond, tiie
; otnl a one liutidred dollar llbeity
tl--::d. the third ;i fii'tv dollar liberty
; t> " fourth, h twenty dollar /cold
. |-i". e. the fif'li a t.-ri dollar gold piese
j 'lie sixth a five dollar gold piec. the
j Neveith a two dollnr and si half g'la
i | c.-e. and 'he eighth a sliver dollar.
When the plan was Inaugunr'ed. tho
' bank announced all persons taking fti v
deposits would be given a number
? cket. TTii.s ticket was to bo dropped
i a sealed hartvl In the lobby of tho
i l.at.li These r.'iinl ers nre to bo drawn
: ?' i'. and the gifts awarded In the order
? drawn. No person may win more than
j '.11" tiunibrr
I
j
I WHAT IS O
910/
Naval Personnel Will
Be Reduced 5,000 Men
'?V:t shine tuti. lire. 13 The ?nl ;*?f <??1
personnel i f the navy will le r?*<Ju?? ? ? ? 1
filmrf'\ by .'iliiiiit ri.iiiiii rnmi. as a result
? if i.ril'-rs nuthnrizin.? the illst-harRe of
ii.urv mm on their own reiuMst*. It was
learned ni :.he navy department today.
? VrniiianU'nK officers wort' Instructed io
ni\.? (.inference io n.cn wKi are "short
r mars" and to !h"?e hold'nir ratltiK in
w Moil thorc is now an ov-ss of nion.
The reduction is necessary on account
of (lie sh< of the RPproprlat ion for
the jiav of enl'sted man r"r the balance
of 111ii tear. It tvus said at the depart
men* ur.il vt'il! tule place as soon as II
!h possible to make the .l:s"-li:.r;res
$35,000 Improvements
For the Homer Smith
Palatial Excursion Etoamor Tied Up at
Jeffersonvllla for Repair*.
<* A. Meyer, hooking "Re: t for the
steamer Homer Smith, was la t lie city
last even'njr visiting f"ietnl? Mr.
Meyer stated that t'.io si-nrier is laid
j:j at Jefferionvllle. Ind. where exten
*'ve repairs nro to made on the boat
The management will spend about $.15.
"OU to malie the pleasure steamer the
best of its kind on the liter, and nest
?i>rln(f eho will be ha ok attain for ex
? urslons. he said
Local River Notes.
The Helen H. left for New Matauiora."
vesterdnv noon. Tho ilonerai t'rowder
will depart this rnornir.tf at 7 o'clock
front the wharf ond li e. Senator Omlell
at i' o'clock, both boats enrouts from
Pittsburgh to ? "liarlfiN/ti. Tho IJetsy
Ann will be in to-morrow at 4 p. m. for
| I'ittKburgh, and the General Wood !?
due iit midnight to-morrow for Pitta
I burgh. The Leroy should dock here to*
! morrow night from Zaneavllle and pull
I <"it Friday noon for Marietta.
Twelve Feet of Water.
Tlie wj.kcts of the dama along the
ri?. or arc down ngnin and the stage waa
I? feet and rising slowly last night.
COL. LEONARD DUX TO-DAT.
Coi. I vers W. Leonard, chief of staff
of tin- Hundredth Division of the United
States urganlted Reserve, with head
quarters In Charleston, Is expected to
arrive this morning or to-morrow from
| the capital. While here he will confer
with Major K. R. Hopkins and Major
Sydney C. Smith, who will be In charge
of the 8D"th Infantry, composed of
I men from Ohio and adjoining counties.
j ?
(COURT?All Next Week
4 Times Daily
"mGiTsPOTsTn^
| "The Sheik"
('olorful desert scenes with wild
riding and exciting action.
I Flm* love th<*me and characters
| that are Intensely real and convtnc
I Ing.
! The festival, like an Arabian
I Night's Seen**, in the Casino at Biskra
?Monte Carlo of the Algerian Sa
! hara.
The haughty English girl in the
! power of the Sheik,
i The savage sandstorm in the desert.
The assault on the stronghold of
i the desert bandit by the tribal clans
of Sheik Ahmed Ben Hassan and the
rescue of Diana.
Prices. Adult* ,. 55c
Children 28c
1
? I :rrS:ri
r?
Mutual
Savings Bank
1126 St.
SUCCESS
'?i mntv illn inoi?y, But on?
inns; mm " coney and hn\e
:r..itv v i i order tu irnln success
I'ii; ilia; d!mo today es
>!>'.! r f.n-l it:* 1.1 oil >'o':r O".'n
MI:. ' osn
S,
Depositors
h*T? r*c*lT?4
?I 12?/o Interest
on tbalr qnartarly
ba.ln.ncea for the
p*?t fovorai yaara
>
" ^ ' r
. tSBBHBBHOEBnDSHBnHIBHHHBHHHHBMni
CHARGE IT!
THAT'S ALL XOV KATE TO EAT.
Ton Aa Yon Oat Pali, la Waaklj or MoatXiy pajmMiu.
M e i, w omen's and Children's g
| Clothiers
LIVINGSTON'S "*?'?" {
TAc tiAjfaat or Its Xlad tn tha Stat*,
rs? Main ItTMt VhMllBf. W- Tv I
rdURSLr ONIGHT
-raumns CO. lESSEiS^^AND BALANCE OF WEEK
"W M.jomhjom m. fe^Matmee Today and 8aturday
Wag-enliAls & Zimpir Praiant
TUX GREATEST AND MOST AMA2TJTO DRAMATIC HIT IH
Hv Mfti.v Roberts Rlnehart and Avery Hopwood.
Tiit Intelligencer- "The Bat" thrills audience. Hardened theatregoers
, brought oft' their chairs by mystery.
Register?Hero ic n play that everyone will want to see. If you go
and do not come nwav a walking advertisement, then I give up.
TTTG-HT3?TOc, 75c, S3.00. $1.50, $2 OO, $2.50. SAT. MAT,?SOc to $3.00
Announcement
WE ARE pleased to announce
that we have opened a retail
department in connection with our
jewelry manufacturing business on
the third floor of the Register
Building, where we respectfully in
" vitc you to call and inspect our line
of high class jewelry. Wo feel
<juite certain that you will find
something that will be suitable for
t hat particular present you wish to
give, and at a price fully 2n% be
low prices of ground floor stores.
WEAVER BROS.
JEWELRY PARLOR
Third Floor Register Bide
CHRISTMAS FLOOR COVERINGS
Q V Ci S !
liriglil imu pat terns from ihe November inaikcl Wiltons,
Axjiiiuslers, Mni^Hs, Ambassadors. Marnes. down to the lov -
priced uiu 1 iiiijU" nip. A Inure selection at hnvesi {'rices, less
I0r6 for-easli.
SPKCiAL SMYUNA lUKiS!
Size 2t>xoti ineln s, $ l.'Jo value. Special
Linoleum and Con&oleum
iiX' mi-: VAUO
l'or even room Uitelien. bathroom, dining room, bedroom
or living room there is a pat
i tern of (.b>h| Sea! t'ongolenm or
j Inlaid Linoleum
Prices S."?e Up.
G)n$oleum-l?ugs!
riic>?- beautiful, lone wearing, quickly cleaned C'ongoleum
hold Seal Hues that you see advertised so extensively, are
Here at regular advertised prices, either for cash or on ae- |
count, flood for any room?the popular sizes arc 9x12, S
71 -xt). (1x9, at advertised prices. J
A Few Choice Patterns of j
1
Those Famous
BENGAL
ORIENTALS!
Kazan. Chinese. I'eony nnd Ker
manshah in llie smaller sizes.
A most wonderful pift.
PITKIN q
K. 1302-4-fi-S MAIN STREET. ? Wheeling, W. Va.

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