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MOUNDSVILLE
PfTHiSlflLO |
MEMORIAL EVENT
MOir. m. to. hxei/t, or raibkont,
riuvemd stem01ual address
at theatre.
. ,
Tlfty-two Grave# Decorat?d at c?aet?ry
ToUowlivf Impressive
Services.
The annua! memorial services of Lit
tle Trinoe Lodge No. 7!>. Knights of
Pythias, were held yesterday afternoon '
at the Strand theatre. Urn M. M. Nt'ly
of Fairmont. delivered the annual ad
dress. Neely Is grand prelate of the
Knights of Pythias (n West Virginia.
"Pythlanlsm has spread throughout
the length and breadth of our land
until today the Knights of Pythias
lodge has a membership second to none
In the world." the speaker declared.
"The lodge Is ever growing and the loss
of a Pythian means a distinct h>sf to
the nation at large, as American ideals
and principles are the basic principles
^ of the order."
The Citizens' band rendered the music ;
for the occasion while the Clark Broth
ers' quartette gave some excellent songs.
The Little Prince quartet opened the
services by the singing of "Going Pown
the Valley." After thp services the
Pythians marched to the cemetery where
they decorated the graves of nil de-'
ceased members buried in this city. ;
The following are tho deceased nif'Tl- (
hers of Little Prince lodge:
C. P. Burley W. G McCarthy
A. E Stultz S. W. Mathews
S. B. Blaloe Wm. Stewart
L. n. Hopkins J. w. Berry
E. E. Zane C.eo, C. Blake
P. W. Ruble Wilson Carr
Jospeh Pntzner W. C. Clayton
Elmer McSwaln L B. Purdy
J. A. Ewlng Thomas Elsh
W." B. Purdy W. E. Stultz
Vilas riekett T. J. Parson
W. 0J. 1-lannigan W. V. Malory
CJeo. Zumbrunncn A. Yoho
A. T Warner Sam Grandstaff
S. M. Sheets J. B Rlggs
F. H. Jones W. Hartley
C. W. Haynes James Beid
E. K. Blalre J. Ti. Roberts
c N. T.ogston C. Pn.'rymple
Ehas. Mornlngstar W. A. Evans
E C. Pickett J. M. Gregory
J. W Ryan H. I.. Manning
T. O. Mathews R. B. Humes
L. S. Hennen I -oils* Sealbach
J. L. Ganler Ed. Simpson
H. J. Ztnk G. S. T. Urlffeth
CITY POLICE MAKE
BIG RAID SUNDAY
BECOJCD ATTEMPT TO AJt&EST
EAST EWD rOKEIOITEBS PSOVE
succEssnrL
Ott Of? Bin'tl of Mash and Two Gal
lons of Whiskey?Violators Get
.Hearing' Today.
A man and his wife and a boarder.
A*l foreigners. wore arrested by cltv
police In a raid on the former's resi
dence in the East End around 3 o'cIo.-K
>taterday af'crnoon. The officials were
sicking to tind a moonshine still but
being unsuccessful in this they were
rattsficd to take to the city building I
one barrel of mash and two gallons of I
moonshine vh'skey. The officers had I
paid a visit to the foreigners' residence
on one occasion before but failed to get
what they sought.
rhe .ames of the foreigners were not
ri\i*? 1-ut th?vj will be gU-ejk.a. hearing
? thl? in.a % t.< f..re S'tuire IV. M. Itlggi.
en a i h iigi <?' singularly or collectively
possessing alcoholic liquids.
GEN, MITCHELL ,
Cnablo to M*i? Return plight to Wash
ington on Account of Acol&ent
st Minneapolis
Brigadier General William H. Mitch- j
?II. assistant to the chief of the l". S j
air service who flew over Mounrtsvllle |
? bout tw<> weeks atn en route to Mlnne
r?Kp]is. Minn, from Washington. IX C..
|a unable to make the return flight to
the httey city, owing to an Injury sus
tained t-> a limb ?hi!e riding a horse at
the Minnesota city on Memorial day.
This information was brought here Sat
urdav bv two aviators, members of the
general's pr.rt.v. who were en route to
the Capita! t'lty from McCook Field.
Dayton. O.
The airmen who landed at Ixvngin
Aviation Field Saturday were Capt. W.
C. Ocker and Lieut. L. J. Maitiand. who
flew t? Minneapolis with the general.
General Mitchell made an address at
Minneapolis on Memorial day. dedicat
ing a new flag there, after which he
rode a horse In a parade. The animal
tripped in a canter and threw the offi
cial off. sustaining the injury.
Hew mrnaces Start.
Two new furnaces have been started
at the United Zinc Smelting plant here. i
The furnaces are a part of the addla
tlon made fo the plant during the past I
year. About 35 additional men have J
been given employment at the plant as j
a. result of the starting of the furnace.
Oeta Hearing Today.
Jim Soles, alias Rill Brown, charged j
with shooting with intent to kill and i
breaking into and attempting to enter
the Ofterdinger bakery. Wednesday mid
night. will He given a hearing this morn
ing at lh o'clock before Shulre W. M. j
Rlggs. Soles, alias Brown. Is an ac
complice of the man who is believed to j
have been drowed in the Ohio river I
near the Lindsey bridge following a
Pistol duel with officer John Lehew, of I
the city police force.
Children Here Today.
The Children's band of the Independ- j
ent ? ?rder of Osd Fellows, at Elklns, i
will gu* a concert here this morning
about 10:30 o'clock before the confec
tlonery of C. E. Spoon, on Jefferson '
avenue Prior o the concert the band !
will visit the state penitentiary here. j
Office re to Viait.
All members of Mound City Council j
No. 6 Jr. O. L". A. M. are urged to be |
present at a meeting to be held this
evening In the K. of P. hall. Several j
of the state officers are to he present. I
Tear Sown House.
The small frame house at the north !
cast corner of Lockwood avenue and j
Thirteenth street Is being torn down. ,
A new building, much larger, is ex
pected to he erected In its stead. The I
structure> Is owned by "Gov." Price, f
local taxi-man.
Senatorial Candidate.
Foster Rlne. prominent local educa- |
tor. is being boosted by his friends here
for the slate senate from the Second |
district. The Second comprises the i
counties of Marshall. Tyler and Wetzel.
One candidate has already entered the
field. He Is Cecil R. Highland, of New J
Martinsville
Una Hannah Hicks.
The funeral services are Incomplete j
for the late Mrs. Hannah Hicks, t,f No.
9f>3 Third street, who died suddenly At
her home in Moundsv|||? yesterday. The
deceased was in her ejrd year and was j
the widow of the late Klmer Hicks.
Mrs Hleke was horn near Cameron
and was the daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Caleb Hughes she spent prac
^ tically her entire life in this city and
ha* a ho:>t of friends who were shocked 1
to hear of her budd< n death
Surviving art- oi ?> son. puul Hicks, of j
tlleii Fusion; four daughters. Mrs. J. P. i
Chaddock. of Tuscon. Arizona; Mrs. A.
t' Helns. of Wilmington. IH-laware: Mrs
M. s>. Frances, of jjt. Petersburg. Florida.
Mrs. (Jrace Hicks, of Moumlsvltlc; ono j
brother. Polly Hughes. of Farmlngton. |
W. Va ; Mrs. Lucy Lou ft h and Mrs. |
Km ma Courtwrlght, of ("ameron and i
Mrs. Lavina liurns, of Washington, Pa.
Held Memorial Service*
Little Princess Temple No. 2. Pyth
ian Sisters, held their annual memorial
services last evening at the K. of P.
hall last evening. \V. R. Pack, past
grand chancellor, delivered the address.
Mrs Klmer Vessels sand a very beauti
ful solo.
Monndeville Brief*
Hon. James P Parrlott. candidate for
congress from the First district, who
has been spending the past few days
at Parkersburg attending federal court
there, spent over the week end In this
city with his family.
Mrs. Howard Voitle and Miss l:\ea
Pown* spent Sunday among friends at
Wheeling.
- Raymond Clegg of Sistersvllle spent
Sunday here with friends.
K. Ruckman of Wheeling spent over
the week end with friends on the Camp
grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Purdy and son.
Walter and daughter. Miss Katlterln?
have returned from a visit with Pr and
Mrs. Uasehoar at Hagerstown. Md.
Mrs. K. C. Conner has returned from
a visit with friends' at (Hen Kaston.
Senator and Mrs Walter F .Rurgess
have returned from Philadelphia where
they attended commencement exercises
at a college where their daughters are
attending. Miss Edna and Mildred re
turned home with them. The trip was
made by auto.
Miss Ress Shaw has returned home
from Butler, l'a.. where she attended
the funeral of her n'unt, Mrs. H. M.
Shaw, who died recently.
(5. K. Riggle w.ho has been 11! of la |
grippe at his home on T-ocust avenue. Is
reported to be much better.
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X. O. O. T. Memorial.
The members of the Odd Fellows*
lodge that took part in the memorial |
services with the Wheeling lodges at J
the Thomson church, met at their hall '
yesterday morning a eight oVloi-k. from '
which place they left for Wheeling to j
meet the other lodges gathered at thelt
hall <>n Fhapiine street. After parading |
through the business section of Wheel
ing they marched to the church. The
band composed of the children from the
Odd Fellows' home that was entertained j
here last Saturday led the parade.
Eaditt' Aid Meeting.
The Toadies' Aid society of the M. E. j
church will meet In the church Monday
evening to hold their regular monthly
business meeting. Matters pertaining to j
socials and entertainments will be dls- !
cussed. Financial matters will also be 1
taken under consideration.
Prepare For Memorial.
The members of the K. of F. lodge '
N>>. 144 and the Renwood lodge No. 39 |
are making preparations for their i
memorial that will be held here nex* |
Sunday. A big time is being planned j
and a good program Is being arranged
for the occasion. Mr. W. F. TMxon of j
Martins Kerry will be one of the speak
ers. The program will be held on the J
playgrounds.
Anniversary Held.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hall of Mar- !
shall street celebrated the fiftieth anni
versary of their wedding yesterday.
Quite a number of the family were pres
ent and several friends of thA family
were also there. A very delightful day
was spent. At noon a luncheon was
served and all enjoyed the occasion. |
Children's Say.
The preparations r->r the children's
day exercises at the M. E. church lire ;
going forward with renewed energy, as '
the kiddies only have another week to ;
prepare for this e?lohration About |!
children r.f the chur'-h will take part
In the exercises and a very entertaining
time is expected.
Entertain. Club.
Mrs. T^slte Sigler of the M. E church j
will entertain the ladles' Aid society |
of th? same church at her home on !
Tuesday evening. Mrs. Sigler has sr- |
ranged a very entertaining program !
which will be followed at the close of
the evening by a dainty luncheon.
McMechen Brief a.
R 1*. Nolan of Eight street 1s confined ;
to his home on account of Illness.
Miss Amy Woody of West Liberty re
turned to her homo yesterday after
spending a few days with friends here.
Mrs. M E Brown Is visiting rela
tions In Pomeroy for a fpw days.
.Tosprh Smith of Grafton street Is ;
spending a few days in Pittsburgh. i
Mrs. Francis Server has returned
home efter spending the winter In .
Florida.
Miss Agnes Garrison of Littleton Is 1
spending a few days with friends here. .
WARWOOD
Mom's Club Flcnla.
The Men's Flub of the Presbyterian
church will hold a picnic Thursday eve
ning out Graehe's Hollow. AH the church '
members and their friends are cordially
Invited to enjoy the evening. Those go
ing are asked to bring their lunch bas
kets and meet at the church at 6 o'clock.
Bought House.
Mr. J. W. Emslcy has bought the Pane
residence on Warwood avenue. Mr.
Kinsley's residence was bought several
days ago by I>r. Sohwlnn. Mr and Mrs.
1'ape will move to the country in the I
near future.
Lawn Pete.
The Girls V. W. Flub of the high '
school, will hold a lawn fete on the
grounds adjoining the school building on
Thursday June Sth. Among the
attractions will lie the Mystery Uootli.
ami a Fortune Teller. All the other
things that r<> to make up a lawn fete
will be t'ti Hale. The proceeds will ko to
send delegates to the animal conference
to be hedl at Canton, I'm.
Present Petition.
A committee representing the citizens
of Nineteenth street, will present a peti
tion at the council meeting; to-morrow
evening: regarding the newly paved
street. The citizens claim that the heavy
coal trucks have been overloaded and
that on several places the street has
been torn ni>. If the overloading is not
stopped soon a new street will have to
be put down. The petition has been Hr
oulated and a committee will present It
at the council meeting to-morrow even
ing.
Tiro Saturday Evening.
Saturday evening about 10:30 the cit
izens near the hose house were startled
by the fire alarm. As this Is quite an
unusual occurrence there was great ex
citement. The fire proved to be on the
property of William Fash, on Cherry
Hill road. The firemen, through much
difficulty, finally reached the place
where It Is thought that some incuba
tors set fire to the chicken coops, where
about 50't young chickens were burned to
deafh. .Mr. Lash has a large chicken
farm and the loss will be great.
To Entertain Club.
Mrs. Frank Jenkins will be hostess tn
the Warxvood Bridge Club at her home
on Warwood avenue. Tuesday evening.
\s usual bridge will he enjoyed until a
lact hour, when dainty refreshments
will he served
Musical Enrtertfvlnment.
Wednesday evening, June 7. will be a
big night n! the Christian church. A
very Interesting program of numbers,
voice and Instrumental, will he render
ed hy five nf Wheeling's well known
musicians, who are Misses Margaret
Roberts, Helen Farnell and Messrs. Kl- I
nn r Hoelzle, Fan Jones and Oliver Kd-I
wards. An admission of 35 cents will *
be charged. which will go toward the ! ,
bcn&fit of the church. |.
Warwood Personals.
Mrs. Lawyer and his son. Charles, of I
t'harlerol, I'a.. are the guests of Mr. ami I,
Mrs. Charles Cegner, of Nineteenth '
street.
1>. 1). Pean left. last evening for
Charleston, where he will spend several |
days on business. ?
Mr. and Mrs. ponnley and daughter, of
Warwood avenue, are spending several |
days In J 'It tstourgh. j
Mr. and Mrs John Hawkins, of Mar
tins Kerry, formerly of Warwood, its*, (
the proud parents of a fine baby girl. ;
Mother and daughter are getting along
nicely. ]
Miss Laura Humphrey is spending
some time In Chicagoo. I
Mrs. Catherine Wilson and duaghter, |
Nancy, are visiting friends in Canton, O.
John Bishop, of New Martinsville, Is <
visiting relatives here. I
Mr and Mrs. Fred Wlmmer and fam
ily. will leave to-day for Chicago, where i
they will spend the next two days vlstl- ;
liig relatives.
Misses <trace and Rertha ftchad are j
the guests of friends in Woodsfield.
Miss Isabella Long returned home
last evening after an exetnded trip In i
the south.
Thomas Tarrlott 1s In Fairmont on a i
several days business trip.
John Hamilton Is visiting his son and <
family In New Cumberland.
Mr and Mrs. Harold Zimmerman and
family left Inst evening for Parkersburg
ti> visit relatives. 1
CLARENGTON
Mrs Lawrence Helde and Mrs. .Tames
Morrill, of Rellalre. visited fr.lends here ;
over last week end
Mrs. Noel rowel! and daughter Lois, '
of Cleveland, came Tuesday for a visit 1
->( several weeks with her parent^, Mr. . ?
and Mr*. Thomas Hen.
Mrs. Amanda Gordon and daughter. | 1
Beatrice, of Martins Kerry, were guests |
? f friends iti town Sunday.
Kuk'-ii. Imhoff. of Shuryslde, was a I
visitor here first of the week.
Charles Clark and family, of Pitts
burgh. spent several days hero with rel
ative*. . ]
Mrs. S. H. Mellott and daughter, of
Shadyside? were visitors here Decoration
Day.
John Steward and sister. Miss Anna.
?f Wheeling, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Messerly, Sunday. J .
Mls.s Louise Cochran, of Waynesburg, j ,
Pa., was a visitor lit town Monday.
Mrs. Will Myers, of Wheeling, was f
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Myers, t
first of this week.
John Cain Hnd family, of Akron. 0.,
upent a few days with relatives here .
tills week.
Mrs. Ida Rtiskirk and grand daughter '
were down from Bellaire, O., to spend 1
Decoration Day. (
Mrs Sing Whetzel ef Martins Ferry, ,
md Mrs May Dye and son. were visiting
friends here Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. MeCloud and children, r
if Wheeling, spent De-oiation Day here 1
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Kettcrer (nee) Jes- f
sie MeKlmie, of Butler, Pa., and Edgar |
MeGlmie, of Buffalo, N. Y., were guests
:>f relatives hero Monday. i
Mrs. Fred i-Yantz. of Martins Ferry,
visited friends here recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Kiedash and children, of |
fj'cnwood, visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1
Zoslger, north of town this week.
Mrs. Mlna Smith left Tuesday for her
home in Cleveland, <).. after a week's
visit with her parents .
Mrs. Adam Kalbfloisch. of Uhri'chs
ville. (>.. was a ?isitor here this week.
Spanish soldiers i. tho Morocco wVi
aot be permitted :? .-a
t teaslr.f th? ?'ffTiiMilty of the cam* j
[>algn.?Indianapolis Star. lMi i (
WHEELING TOURISTS
ARE ON WAY HOME,
I ,
lowaxd LU?, Dawrenoe Roth, Qeorge
Voaco and Dr. Alvin B. Cammlui
in Rations Capital. 1
i
Washington. D. C.. June 3.? (Special.) |!
-A party of Wheeling tourists were in I
.Washington today, on their way home, <
ifter having toured through cities In
he east.
The party consisted of Howard Lane. 1
?x-Clty Clerk, Lawrence Roth, George '
,'ance. ex-Councilman, and Doctor Alvin
t. Cummins, all of Wheeling. They left
iVheeling several days ago in Doctor
'ummlns' new Bodge touring car and
iraveled over the National road to Bal
imore, Maryland, where Doctor Cum
nins nttended an Aiumnl re-union of
lis Alma Mater, the Baltimore College
if Dental Surgery. Leaving Baltimore,
he party tourned to Atlantic City, New
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fork. Philadelphia. Gettysburg and
Washington. :.y V ^8
The Wheellngitea left Washington at . -'sr
a late hour this afternoon for horn*. \
going over the Lintoln Highway. They <
will probably reach Wheeling by tb*' '?%
middle of the week.
A total outsider wonders which is
more fatal to a promising career of ' i
lsefulness?for a girl to win a beauty ^
"ontcst or for a man to win a prtxo .3
Tor the best story* of the year.? Kan
sas City Star. 3
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CASTOR IA
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In Use For Over 30 Years :
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?WEEmfi SAVINGS WASSOCIATONsa^Py
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Ttrtt'i 1Jt?tPMi acta* klndlyta
tbe delicate fvmaie or laflra old ?n. aa ?wn
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rt?e tooe and rtreRSth to tbe warn* etoraach,
bowel*, kidney i aod I lei In i aaa
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Ensign Cords |
8,000 Miles
30x3% $12.50
32x3% $16.00
32x4 $20.00 |
33x4 $21.00 !
34x4 $22.00 1
Quality Tire & |
Gasoline Co. j
Phone 319 16th and Main
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If You Are to Be Numbered Among The June Brides of
This Year it is Only Natural That You Are Interested in f
Homefurnishings. We Have Been Outfitting Homes For
the Past Twenty-five Years, So That We Have the Ex
perience and Knowledge to Aid You in Making Selec- I
tions?Further Than This, We Offer Economies Through
Lower Prices. That's Why Folks Go Out of Their
Way to Come Here.
Realizing that. most newly-weds be-.
I gin housekeeping under the handicap of
limited finances, we have evolved
Our Morris Plan
of Credit
The primary purpose of our Morris
I I Plan is to reduce the cost of credit, which
is accomplished as follows:
Example *
Buying one hundred dollars' worth of
Furniture from us on our Morris Plan,
we allow you our full cash discount of
fifteen per cent. We ask as first pay
ment, one-fourth the purchase price or
I twenty-five dollars. It costs you for this
I I convenience, six per cent annum on the
I I unpaid balance, plus a two per cent
carrying charge ? leaving a net saving
of more than ten per cent over the old
I method of installment buying.
Original Purchase Cost . S100.00
Less 15% Discount 15,00
85.00
Deducting First Pay- r
ment 25.00 ^
Unpaid Balance . . 60.00 <
Eight per cent charges on this balance |
to carry the account one year ?4.80 de- B
II ducted from the $15.00 discount allowed, ?
| leaves a net saving of $10.20 on a hun
|| dred dollar purchase.
|| Ask us for further explanation.
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X^"OUT ofwEWGHMENTMSmct^
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Special Announcement?Be^innin^ Tuesday, June 6th and Thereafter Each
Afternoon of This Week ?We Will Give Cooking Demonstrations on
The Direct Action Gas Ran^e, at Our Store. Everybody Welcome
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