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SCENE OF SMALL INFORMAL PARTY! JTTPOB AJ1D MBS, B. M. ADDLEMENT BNTXBTiUJf rOB VTSTTOBS?ME, AN~D MBS. GEOBOE PHILLIPS E NTEBTATSr. HI** Agnes hms ond Mrs. G*org* Hiddl* Also Entertain ? Mrs. Sarah Frailer Entertain* Twenty. Last evening at the Welcome Inn. Lloydsvlile, a number of small dinner parties were held by Wheeling people. Judge and Mrs. R M. Addleman presided as hosts at one party and their guests were: Judge and Mrs. Ben S. Honeker of this city and Mrs. R. "W. Tyler of Huntington. Mrs. Tyler, who has been the guest of Mrs. Percy Oal- ? iahan. of Glenwood Heights, for the i past two weeks, leaves tomorrow for , home. At another party. Mr and Mrs George 1 Phillips entertained Mrs. Frank Ford of Harveye. Illinois. Miss Agnes Hess was hostess at a ' third party at which Mrs. F'auline [ Schmulbach. Miss Lottie Harttong and I Mr. and Mrs. 0. TV. Snedeker were i guests. Mr. and Mrs. George Riddle entertain- , ed at another enjoyable party at which. Mr and Mrs. F. L. Wright and Mr. and I Mi** ^ ? J- Lukens were guests. One of the largest parties of the even- | ing was that given by Mrs. Sarah ! Fraaler of Brookside who had as her! honor guests several out-of-town guests ; and relatives. Covers were laid for i twenty. I B'nai B'rtth Plcnio The annual plcnio of the B'nat > B'rith lodge of Reiiaito will be held 1 tomorrow afternon at the Taylor grove ' at Lansing. The trip will be made in j machines which will leave the Temple I at 1 o'clock. A delightful time Is an- | tlcipaied by all who wilt attend. Farewell Party Last evening a number of poung peo- I pie mortored to Camp Star for a fare- ! welt party in honor of Miss Alma and I Hilda Burnell who will leave soon for Huntington where they will make their I home. Swimming, boating and danc Ing were the diversions enjoyed until dark when the merry party spent some ! tiros toasting marshmallows. Alpha PI Officer* The convention dance of the Alpha Pi sorority at the White Place. Wheel 'ng Park, last evening was one of the week* eocial successes. The majority of the members of the Bridgeport and Martins Ferry chapters attended the ?vent while several of the Newark chapter were present. Today the events will Include a ewtmmlng partr and picnic supper at Wheeling Park. The following is the list of Supreme Officers elected at a business meeting held Thursday: Supreme President?Lula reining, j Newark 0. j Supreme Vice-President?Helen Wil- ! son..Alpha. Bridgeport. Corresponding Secretary ? Thelma i Hohensa.-k. Gamma, Martins Ferrv. Fina: oia! Secretary? Margaret Relth- ; milled. Gamma. Martins Ferry, '?'-elate?I^uise Bresock, Alpha. Bridge, port. Master of Work?Mary Schmaidt. T>tj?. .NcWar^ Serg. at Arms?Pauline Oftrdlnger Alpha. Bridgeport. Lawn Pete at Valley Grove The vatiey Grove Bible school which 's under rh? auspices of the United Iresbytenar. church of Rone.Vs Point. *I. cvr Uwn fete next Thursday *ven,n* -t Valley Grove Arrangem'^, have been nearly completed for the ar fair and 'h- committees are working hard to make it a success. Luncheon at Country dnb. Vt an attractively appointed luncheon *' the . ountry Club, vesferday Mrs Hates McClaln was the holers! A few .nt.mate friends were Mrs. McClaln's guests. " Miss Sttfel to Entertain. Monday afternoon at tier home in Pleasant Valley. M'-ss Alberta Stlfel will he hostess to the members of her J>ridge club. At 1:3') o'clock a dainty luncheon will he served following uh ch bridge will he the delightful di > ershui Miss Stifel's guests will lumber eight I Honoring1 Mrs. Bffetxner. Mrs Ralph W M?tr."?r. a recent bride will be the honor guest at an Informal bridge part>. this afternoon, given by Mrs. i; lenn t'baml?ers at her home In lark View I ,ane Mrs Chambers' rue'ts will include eight friends of the >r!de. Invitations Issued, The imitations for ore of the largest io?ua! functions of the month, among he younger set. have been Issued. One tundreii and fifty Invitations have been sent out. inscribed thus: Miss Quarrler Hazlott ?ciuests the pleasure ,.f your company for Thursday evening. July 27. 1512, at 5 o'clock Wheeling Country Club Miss Mabel Hurchard Paneing R S V. P. Miss Block's Ohieotm. Miss Reftv Rloch's dinner guests last ?lening. complimenting Miss Mabel 3urchard and Miss Sehon McCoach 'ere; M isses Sehon McCoach. Virginia darper. Mabel Hurchard. Lydsa Ppel '?!. f.ene Wilson, Jane Russell. Jane itaxwei'. K-ithryn Burruss. Nancy Her ?ey. Nellie Brand. Betty Bloch; Messrs. .oula Waterhouse. Bll'y Irwin. Vance darper. Benson Jackson. Albert Whl ( taker. t>ank ? Waterhouse. Bud Howard. Pavld Westfall. Wilson Waterhouse, vugene Poe. Andrew McClure, Tom Roch. Honorary Brants JTrunercnui Mesdames Herbert M. Sonneborn and rharlea Sonneborn were hostess at a .?harming luncheon and bridge party aeld yesterday at the Windsor hotel and honoring the following visitors who ire In town: Mrs. Morris [.axeron. of Baltimore, who ts the guests of her mother. Mrs. Louis Horkheimer at Kenwood place; Mrs. Max Oppeaholmer ?nd Mrs. Ous Sllverberg, of Niagara Falls. N" T . the guests of Mrs. Loon B. Stoln. of Woodlawn; Mrs Harry Ham burger, of N'ew York City, who Is visit ing Mrs. Sam Kraft, of Woodlawn and Miss Bertha Dreyfuss. of CM1 City, Pa., who is the guests of Mrs Julia Drey "uss. of Woodlawn T.n-noherm Wednesday. rnvltatlons have been Issued for a Mnchson to be hold next Wednesday ifternoon at tho Country Club, at which M s* Florence Hannan will be hostess Vjtss Florence Rtophoff. of Fleming'on. I s J and M!?s Frances ****? "* fl', I pa., who are visitors of the Via* - both an* Mary Purdatts. will he th honor guests. Luncheon was stO<"' af 1 ! the -<un terrace of the hote . 1 d I the luncheon. bridge was enJo> M. j The guest list Included ' Sjin, ! Sonneborn. Mrs. Sidney t.ood. Mrs. | Good and Miss Helen Stein. At the Mflure hoTel today. Mesdamee will be hostesses at a de ightful lunch eon followed by a se,s!on of fridge. Covers will b* laid for t*n guests. Wedding Aiui^vOi wiry. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Jeffwra?" i tertalned a number of their friends on H.S. .??? Thursday evening, the oocas , Ing their tenth wedding annUe"*!v ! Five hundred' was the pleasant Paatl? until a late hour when the ; Joyed a delicious two-course luncheon. The guests were: ! Messrs. and Mesdames: John Carl Kovar. Richard Stein. E"?1J Stein. Albert Jefferson. Pred %\ lmmer Earl Prandfass. Thomas Sanders.Pert . Angler. Edward I.arklns. Donald Schad and Joe Kain. Bfonorlivg Miss Hariieon.. At the Welcome Inn at Sherrard. last evening. Misses Dorothy Minor and Elizabeth Harrison entertained * friends with & dinner rarty compliment ary to Miss Hilda Harrison of Newark j O., who Is visiting In this city. ! Covers were laid for: Misses H j Harrison. Petty White. Katherine Mltch eal. Elizabeth Harrison. Dorothy Minor. | Bertha Cummins and Jessie Thompson Junior Missionary Society. The Junior Missionary society of the | Plrst M. E. church was entertained at , the home of Mrs. Charles Mabann on j the Island, yesterday afternoon. A | guessing contest was staged and Juven ile ' games of various Kinds enjoyd from 3 until 5 o'clock. at which tlrte * | picnic supper was served on the lawn of the Mahann home. , Tale Part In Chautauqua. j In the Bellvlew Chautauqua, this week, a number of the pupils of the j Unna-Hennfg Sherman School of -1"** j matte Art are taking part. "A Engagement." one of the elever plays presented has as Its cost. Miss es Kath leen Gallagher. Martha Ktr.de\erger. Carmen Vogley and Virginia Biss.t. In another play. "Mammy Liza. Misses Carmen Vogley. Magdolene Dickey. ^ lr I ginia Bissit and Katherine Blowers are the characters, while in the play, , Dine at Severlne." are Misses Margaret , I Harvey and Frances Beavon. Good Time Club 1 The Good Time club of Wheeling snent Thursday afternoon at Camp j i West, up Wheeling creek. Luncheon i and dinner were served by Mrs. W est. i and at a late hour the guests motored ; | hack to the city. | Attending were: I Mesdames?? ' Elizabeth Happy Bessie Dittmar I Christina Orth William Haber i Jake.Loose stick i Fritz Snteder Albert Anber Margaret Snled-r George Swanberger James Long Edward Gelliner Gus Snieder William Lambert , Messrs. and Mesdames? West R*y "Wood ? Ed West Misses?? 'May Landmeve- . Hlara long Dorothy Gelllnger Messrs.? Billy Swanberger William Smith ! Billy Snelder Charles Sneidep Raymond Reuhl Albert Meat Benefit Euchre Party I Last evening -at their headquarter- in the Masonic Temple the social comm'f ' tee of Liberty Review N'o. 3* held one of the btgg?*?t of benefit euchre parties j that they have given this season. The committee In charge of the affair was, . the folio*inc. Mesdames Beatrice Dennev Berdle Follev Anna McCollough j Enjoyable Marshmallow Toa?t I An enjoyable marshmallow toast took place Thursday evening at Jungle- j town a camp below Phadyslde. attendedi bv a crowd of Bellalre young people. An | attractive program of games and out door sports entertained the guests who were: | Misses? Josephine Tracy Helen J?j*" Hilda Bra illy Mary O Conner Elizabeth Ney Margaret Watt Anna Rallly ?len Marshall Toilnh^Foiev Flmmett McGrall Joseph Vanyo Joseph *lc?oria''1k , William T.nvelle Robert McPorm.ck , William Bi.ce> Ernest Ptephims Lawrence Shelby Melvln Snepherd Lawn Party on Island The Alberta Council of the . la tars of Pocahontas of Wheeling will) i hold a lawn fete this evening on Pretty-j man's lawn on South Front streat. Tha grounds will be lighted by C. II. Al brigh*. agent for tha Willys system of lighting. Proceeds of the affair will be used to secure funds to purchase new uniforms. Mrs. A. W. Kline and Mrs. C. JfcL Bartley are In charge. At Cnaaji ITolte. Camp Xolte. at Glendale was the scene of a delghtful affair Thursday evening when Miss Ethel Xolte en tertained a number of her friends In honor of her birthday anniversary. The event Mas In the nature of a tvelner roast and the guests -were: Misses? Mary Hopkins Blanche Murphy Louise Hohn Marie Adams Margaret Hopkins Florence Thalman ltegina Manloti Elizabeth Keiter Mamie Bartley vire'r'a Murphy of Pltsburgh Ruth Hirst Genevieve Hopkins Mary Boyle Messrs.? La Monte Woolen- Paul Shiffer weber Adrian Clark John Kammer Herbert Breidlng Milton Fredrloks BUI Sands I>avld Lutz Kenneth Kltcher Charles I -a 11 y B1U Xolfle Duble Paller Melvln Briggs Mr. and Mrs. P^alph Miller. Enjoyable Wolaer Roaert Another enjoyable welner roast which took place Thursday evening was that enjoyed by a crowd of young peoplo who motored to a suitable spot back of Woodsdale and spent the evening In games and various ulverst-ons. Those present vera: Misses;? Elisabeth Manners Marie McNeil Blanche Carey Messrs.? John Belht .Tames Manners | Eddie CuPP Delightful Barn XVajica. At the home of If. S. Miller, on 1 Big Wheeling Creek, Thursday evening: ' a crowd of young; people enjoyed a de j llghtful bam dance. ? Thoso attending were: Misses*? Misses? Helen Hopwood Freda Plants Flora Prtchard Alice Allison Julia Knoke Ethel Nolte Messrs.? James Rlts Harold Nolte Oeorgo Thlerholl George Hood Kenneth Bentfleld James Gatewood Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kolte. Party at Camp Jolly This evening a merry crowd of young people will motor up to Camp Jolly, up i Wheeling Creek, where they will be the ' guests of the members of the canyj. After an evening delightfully filled with various diversions, a watermelon feed will be enjoyed by the following: Misses? Virginia Phillips Attele Schuhart 1 Eleanor Elaccue Edith Pchubart Catherine F'accus Hilda Blair, Anna Mae Miller of Toronto, O. I.oretta Taylor 181 a Ware, I; Mildred Keith of Alliance. O. |i Virginia Fisher 1 . Messrs.? 1 Faul Matthews, Clarence Holland I of Steubenvllle Henry Filiner Howard Fllmar Pwlg'ht Oldham Holand Bradbury Plarence Hoffman Herbert Frlede William Bradley Honoring Coliunbus Visitor Honoring Mr. Raymond Cypher, of j Columbus. ').. who 1 s a visitor in the : ' r.ity, Miss Jessie Davis, of' Eleventh i street, entertained a number of young j, people Wednesday evening. Games, j dancing and music were the chief diver- i . slons of the evening and at a lafe hour | a prettily appointed luncheon was . served. The guests Included. Misses? Effie Rosebr.rry Ola fiypher Alma Craft Jessie Davis Messrs.?? Raymond Sypher ,T. Davis Frank Peffcrrmin Mr. and Mrs. J. Morgan, j Mrs. TV. Reed of Fairmont, M. M. Clnh Entertained I Testerday afternoon ar.d evening. Mrs. i Bert Pickett entertained the members of the M. M. Club at her home in Edge wood, with a card and dinner party. | The cards were enjoyed from 2:30 until j I 6 o'clock when the delicious dinner ' was served. Cavers wgre laid for the following: J Mosdames? Bert McCulley TTi 111am Scomlck Alfred Peac.k Harry Hessle TVllllam Peislng Thomas Meek Bert SI* R. J. Sellaffer At the Mel-H, At the Mel-R Garden, last evening an orchestra composed of five young peo ple was the big attraction. The per sonnel of the orchestra was as follows: TVUma Sehaub, piano Helen Charnock, Xylophone Howard Dernberger, Director, Violin j John Baugham, Drums William Mull, Banjo The young artists played from 9 un til 11:30 last evening ar.d their playing! had both the professional and adult ' touch. Not one of the quintet is over j 16 years of age. Miss Schaub's ability | at the piano was marked while the dl- 1 rectlng ability of young Dernberger was most noticeable. Miss Charnock, who Is unexcelled at the xylophone made a deep impression on her audience. The drummer, Mr. Baughnjan, handled his Instruments professionally while young Mull showed himself to be a born ban iolst and the rhytjiym of the banjo nelody brought out the swing of the popular dance music, perfectly. Sod&l Event of Note At the bridge-lea to ho given by Mrs. | \rthur K. Hoge at the Country Club iext week. Mrs. Hoge will present Mrs. Vtathew Pubak, of Philadelphia, to Wheeling soe.lety folks. Miss Nan ivstabrook. of Canada, who Is the guest if Mrs r. P. Wllklns. of Hae Mar Place iv i II share honors with Mrs. Dubak. fhe party will be one of the outstand Ing events In social circles of next week. ? Dr. and Mrs. Duhak recently arrived*! In this city from Philadelphia and doctor will be associated with DraJ ? Fawcett and Hoge of this city. Medium Brown Hair look* best of all after a Golden Glint Shampoo. ?adv. Tn times of depression men and wom en usually go to amusement park* alone; In times of prosperity the men take the women, Bay experienced show men. t , ; : ? ; NOW DO Mr :WORK WITH EASE " Because Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Re stored My Health j Hornell. N. Y. ?"I was in bad health but there didn't seem to be any one thing k rrrl ? b m a tut? laatlCi TVAUAJ *44^ I wa.i tired out all over and it was an ef fort for me to move. I was irritable and : could not sleepnighta and had trouble with ; my bowels and at my periods. It seemed | that nearly every one around me knew of your medicine and wanted me to try it, so at last I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- | pound Tablets and Lydia E. Pinkham's ! Blood Medicine and improved every day. | I do all my own work now except the | washing and do it with ease. I can ac- j ' complisn as much in a day now as it ? ? would have taken me a week to do last j winter and I try to get every one I know I to take your medicine to build them up. I j You are welcome to use this letter as a j testimonial if you like."?Mrs. Char. j : Baker. 21 Spencer Ave., Hornell, N.Y. In almost every neighborhood there are women who know of the value of 1 Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com | pound. They know because they have i taken it snd have been helped. Why don't you give it a trial ? 1 . Daily Fashion Hint M'MM EK D ArVTTN'ESS To make ?ven more airy this frock of shell pink voile, drawn rork and embroidered dots are used In effective design on both back and front. Wide round collar and the cuffs are crisp In tucked or gandy, lace trimmed Elastlo ad Justs the waistline In the cJever fashion It has learned from Its Im ported contemporaries PENELOPE POST Snm!l gummed stickers with your name and address for letters, packages, etc. A useful z'ft Is more appreciated 1,000 Stickers 82.50 500 Stickers $2.00 In desk stands 30c additional. JT. J.. STBOEBEl, Mgr. ?i 1 Judge Florence E. Allen I The above* is n recent photograph of Florence E. Allen, Judge of the com mon plea9 court of Cuyahoga county. Judge Allen, although not yet 40 years old. has had the unique experience of having been the only woman assistant county prosecuting attorney, the only woman Judge of comrion pleas, and In that capacity the only woman who has presided In a first degree murder trial, in the history of the United States. | She Is now an independent oandldate for the supremo court of Ohio. Judge Allen Is also the vice president of the Cleveland federation of churchea. Mra. Oertruue Helnlaln of Bellalre and Mrs. Catherine Hoge of Martina Ferry are Interesting themselves In Belmont coun | ty In Judge Allen's hehalf. ? ? | The Welcome Inn SHERRARD, W. VA. For reservations phone Ben I wood 7101-R-33, Rural Operator Dinners served only by order. CHICKEN AND WAFFLE ! DINNERS OUR SPECIALTY. I Home Cooking1. Dinners $1.50 to $2.00 J I _ NO BREAKING OUT NOW Famous Formula Stops All Itching Torture. I i Since the Introduction of Ex-Z-mol, no one need nuffer the torture of Itrh'.ng, Irritating skin caused by any breaking out. Read what one euffered has to ' i * | "Port "Wayne. Tnd.. July *. 1930. j ' Gentlemen: 1 h.Rd ecrema on my le.g I j for four years and as I was an aerla.1 j j performer 1 could not do my work with- j ' out terrible agony. I tried everything. | j I learned of your preparation and as 1 j ; had tried everything else, in my despair ; I tried Ex-Z-mol, and In one week I j was well. No sign of It now and I | work ovary day. You can uso this as ! a testimonial as I want everyone to I got the relief I have had. Paul Llnlger" | Kx-Z-mol Is sold In all good drug I stores, or a full size box will bo mailed j to you for 50c. Address The Crown | , products Co.. S'eubenvlllo. Ohio. C, IL : ' Griest <& Co. soil it in Wheeling.?Adv. [ julylS-22 I I ' IRED PIMPLES ONI1 ; FACEJNDjffl Burned Badly. Lost Sleep. J Outicura Heals. "My face and neck were affected with large red pimples. TheY burned badly that I had to scratch them, arid I lost many niabis' sleep on account of the bT hat Ion. They caused disfigure ment for a time. "I Tead an advertise ment for Cutfcura Soap I and Ointment and purchased some, | and after using three cakes of Soap and two boxes of Ointment I was healed." (Signed) Miss Mary Baker, 1832 McHenry St., Baltimore, Md. Beautify your skin by daily use of ; Cuticura Soap.OintmentandTalcum. I SuspU E*?h Yrv by Mxfl. AAArms: "OvMcmt* LaV ?rwkarWw. D?pt X. KkIdftft 4$. Ifcn" Md rty where. Soipgd. Ointmerut 38 aad We, Tmiorafifia. Cuticur* So?p ibftrti vHboat nog. "Gifts That i Last" from the House of Baum. are always a source of lasting gratification andx pleasure to him who pives and to her who receives tbem. "Let it be a gift from Baum" n ,i | J. B. Baum Co. j Whg. S. Corp. Bldg. 1 : == ??11 #*/AflAincasli , * -prizes Many people have discovered that 2 in 1 Shoe Polishes are good for other things than for shining shoes. For example:-* 2 in I BLACK?Good for polishing automobiles; refinlshlng suit cases, cameras, black gloves, rubbers, hats, etc. 2 in I WHITE?cake or liquid?Good for cleaning hats, stains in white skirts, white kid gloves, auto tires, etc. 2 in 1 TAN PASTE?Good for polishing automobiles, furniture, hardwood floors, etc. ' JVe will award cash prizes as follows, for lists containing the greatest number of practical uses, similar to examples. All prizes will be paid on or before October 1, 1922, and in the event of a tie for any prize offered, the full amount of such prize will be awarded to each tying contestant: 1st award $500.00 ?for the most practical list 20 Prizes of $15.00?for the next twenty most practical llad 2nd award 300.CO?for the second most practical iLsr 50 Prizea of 5.00?for the next fifty most practical lists 3rd award 200.00?for the third most practical list 50 Prizes of 2.00?for the next fifty most practical lists 10 Prizes of 25 00?for the next 10 moat practical lists 100 Prizes of 1.00?for the next 100 moat practical llata Send us your lists of uses of the 2 in 1 Shoe Polishes, either black, tan, ox-blood, or brown paste, white cake or white liquid and black liquid. S i Mj Write on one side of paper only. List uses according to colors. All lists must be mailed before September I, 1922, and to become our SaVeSYOU P^P""^- Address: Airmen p. f. dalley company of new york. inc. 277 Military Road (<Prize Editor) BUFFALO, N. y. f Saturday! ANOTHER SALE of those / ' wonderful t | Gingham 1 Street :? i Dresses *???? $1.39 *s*~\ f i Come Early- - 'Jus t 600 Dresses Are Offered. > ' IRe ii? HuB | QiarKet v / The Baltimore & Ohio I Railroad Company Office of the President _ I Baltimore, M(i, July 21st, 1922. J TO THE PUBLIC AND EMPLOYES: A large proportion of the men employed by the I Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company, designated as I the Shop Crafts, left the service! of this Company by I conceited movement at 10:00 A. M. July 1st. Thn I strike which began at that time on practicaliy^all of I the railroads in the United States continues. The I absence of such a number of skilled and unskilled I men from their regular positions has, of course, in- I terfered with the orderly operations of this Company I and has placed an unusual burden upon the officers I and employes who have remained loyal. The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company has I already employed a large number of new men, and a I much larger number were available and would have l been hired had not the Management desired to avoid, |j or at least postpone as far as possible, filling the I places of its former employes with other men. The I failure on the part of local authorities at some points I on the line to preserve order and protect those desir- I ing to work also influenced the Company not to send I more men until protection could be assured. Even | under conditions as they now exist, the business I handled by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company I yesterday, the 20th of the present month, was larger I in volume than on any day since the strike began. I The number of loaded cars handled yesterday was I 80 percent of the number moved daily on the average I during the month of June. I There are no matters in controversy between I the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company and its em- I iploves that cannot, in my opinion, be settled and I settled promptly by a conference called for that I purpose. The Baltimore & Ohio would much prefer I to keep in its employ the men who have been in its I service, many of them for years, and who are' I familial' with its working conditions and require- I ments, and I am confident that if a conference could I bo had between representatives of the men and the I officers of this Company, that th'e present unfortu- I nate situation could be quickly cleared up, and the I Company earnestly invites the men to join in a con- I ference for this purpose. In addition to the protection which the local I public officers have afforded, there has now been I added the further protection of the Federal Govern- I ment through the issue of injunction by Federal I Courts at points where the upholding of law by local I authority has proven to be difficult, consequently a much more orderly condition now prevails over the I entire system. We now have assurance that the men I engaged in the performance of duty will be protect- II ed from violence and intimidation; therefore it will I be much easier to obtain additional men such as may I be required, unless those who left their positions are I willing to return to work without further delay, or I are willing and able to promptly join in such' a con- I ference as is suggested, it will be the duty of the Baltimore & Ohio Company to take such other steps I as may be necessary and still possible in order to I resume normal operations. I feel confident that if a conference can be ar ranged, and if the parties to such a conference are I willing to approach the matter in a spirit of fairness I and with a sincere desire to effect a settlement, a I prompt and satisfactory conclusion can be reached.- I The Baltimore & Ohio Company, for which I am an- I thorized to speak, wiU approach the matter in that I spirit. The public has a right to expect all of us to I make every reasonable effort to bring about an early I settlement of this controversy in order that we may I thereby be enabled to give the public the servioe I which it has a right to demand and expect DANIEL WILLARD, "President. Bnltimore & Ohio Railroad Co.