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DOOM OF HOME BREWPLANNEDAT
MEETING OF PROHIBITION AGENTS
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CTXEAL BIVIRAOE MAWUT ACTV1
1X8 MUST LABEL CONTAIN
EM xw ruTVU.
Amateur "Hootch" Distiller*. DlipUntl
With Jteealtv Grow Less
Nnmnoai.
More stringent enforcement of the
s;atutcs governing :h?- manufacture and
?a!i> of beer was planned at a confer
ence of Federal Prohibition Commis-,
sb-ner Waynes and various state direc
tor* and divisional chiefs with Assist-'
:<nt Mtornev Oeneral iV'IMebrmul! at
Washington. This announcement was!
?n ole last evening l>\ Federal T'rohibl- ?
::on Olrector Charles II. Ahrens.
i'ereal beverage manufacturers here- J
nfr-r will be compelled to label pack
? ge* and containers wl:h the name of
the manufacturer, Im-niion. etc. to
gether with a statem-'nt as to the alco-'
htdtc content.
All direct..rs a* ! divisional chiefs i
who attended the conference reported
excellent progress in their respective
areas, a decided improvement 'n public
opinion and general cooperation, upon;
which depends in a great measure the
success of enforcement.
Home Brewing Dying Out.
Among Other things they reported
that "home brewing" as an indoor sp.-rr
1? fa>t dying out. Poor results after
perspiring efforts over smelly concoc
tions is the reason given for Its demise.
The "kick" In most Instances. :t was re
"ported. :s due t<? the off-products of fer
mentation or ptomaines, with the mash.
In many Instance?, compromising banan
skins, muskmclon rinds, potato parings
and even garbage. "Some of It has'
Vek- enough to put the Worst tempered;
old clay hank army mule to shame." said,
one of the director?, who also told of,
?ns still confiscated hv agents -which!
contained o\e- two inches of tilth and,
vermin in tne bottom and reeked so j
with sickening odors that only those j
agents with strong stomachs were able
to complete the Investigation.
It was also expressed that the dying- ?
out of this fad is due in a great mea-i
sure to the fact that careless. Inexpe-i
tienced methods caused an epidemic of J
?cute Indigestion, attended by many i
deaths, a natural development <>f Imnu-!
lured' yeast, which .taken Into the
stomach, anil coming in contact with'
certain articles of food, creates gases
? nd resultant acute Indigestion
In refpren-e to the concentration of'
bonded spirit?. IVrector Ahrens oft
flie opinion that ?nch concentration will;
reduce "leakage" and "'thef'." to a mini-?
mum.
Many Assaults.
Commissioner Haynes. in expressing;
deep regret over the number of en-j
forcement officers assaulted anil assas-j
sinated in line of duty, called attention!
to the fact that records In his oftlce j
show that 25 federal officers have given
their Uvea In helping to enforce the
eighteenth amendment. In addition to
many state, eonuty and municipal en- j
forcement officials. It Is desired that j
!he public fully realize :he risk to which
agents are subjected and the splendid
fwerlllee they are making in an effort
to banish from our midst the dangerous
tiK'utitiiilnor and unscrupulous bootleg
ger.
The ??padlock'' provision continues t??
prow effective In closing places where
liquor is sold and heavy flues, together
with prison sentences, which are now
being tttxre generally imposed, are a )
ft re at deterrent t-? violators. i*ha!n-|
gang sentences are Imposed in some J
states.
Patrols Successful.
Motor-boat patrols on rivers, lakes,
and Inlets have been very successful in
coping with the smuggling situation |
along border-. fatiadlan officials, to.i
curb the flow of Canadian liquor into
this country, have Issued orders requir
ing the posting of bond guaranteeing |
the delivery of liquor to its destination, !
the bond being returned onl> ,,ti the |
receipt of a landing ??erliib ate from I
the port to which the cases were dcs-i
t T.
Much of ;he progress ,-f enforcement.'
such as the banning the so-called I
prohibition Joke, crystaltxation of public
sentiment, reverem-e for constitutional
law as show;i bv e.pt -rials and ear. '
to,.ns. exposure ?-f bootleg methods and,
character of bootleg ami n??'??iish!ne
liquor, revelations as to harmful effects]
of homebrew ami home-stilling, and c<*
opemtion of federal, state, comity anil
munl -ipal < nforeernent agencies, is ar-|
tributed to concerted effort of the prohi
bition unit t-i serve a righteous demand
of the people for Information concern-;
Ing the activities, policies and accom-1
plishments of prohibition enforcement. I
and through cooperation of the ..rgnni-l
ration of state directors and divisional!
ch'efs cordial relations w ith the press |
have bee,, created, resulting In methods]
and means wnerebv trie public !s afford
ed information to whvn it is entitled.
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
AT WHEELING HI SCHOOL
I>r Keesor, school physician. (Inishe 11
tip the work of examining the students]
of the Wheeling High school yesterd'.v,
afternoon. Dr. Keesor began his worlti
la*t Wednesday and had all the girlsj
examined hy Thursday, lie immediate-]
Iv began the boys' examination and liii-i
ished with the lad- Friday afternoon |
The most common defect found ny j
the doctor was bad teeth. The major'tvj
of the students need their teeth fixed I
or cleaned properly by a dentist and;
doctor Keesor asks every parent to ?e-i
to it that the voting folks of th. j ?
have the necessary work t>? their teeth
done as soon as possible.
Ouyandotte i*!nh Co I fee. a combina
tion o'f the fines: coffees grown.?Adv. i
LOCAL COMMERCIAL !
COLLEGE CONDUCTS
[ MONTHLY EXERCISES;
Colxunll* Baslneca School Aww4? Cer
tificates Tor Accuracy ana
Spaed.
The initial monthly roll of honor j
e\eriT?i-? f?.?- -he present school term j
were hohi v sterdny afternoon !n thoj
Columbia i'orn*nerolal college.
Before t'tr presentation of certificates i
the teachers, pupils and friends present j
were en'ertaitte.l L>y choice recltntions
and popular sonaw l*rof A .1. Schiffer
preside,! the piarn, and directed the
singing S< lections wer- given by
Anthonv I'agerdarm and Stephen Bus* J
1 s-eU.
i ''e; tideates for speed and accuracy in <
I typewriting were awarded to Gerard IV.!
I Schrocdee I'aul 1,. Schroeder and An-j
thony MiMa?. j
Rev. Father Bona venture, rector of '
St Alphonstis' church, presided at the
exercises and presented the awards, I
Honor certificates w ere presented to j
the following students;
Neil Bethel. Carl Bott. TJenrv Belt*.
I Joseph ftehauer. Francis (Irelia, l>tinlel'
I Henglen. Anthony Miklas. Edwin Miller,
j Gerard Schroeder. Paul Schroeder. Au
gust Wiethe, Y *?> it I Comer. Clarence1
I IVitny. Joseph Charles Daniels.
| Edward Frohnapple. I.ouis II oh man.
| Charles Keller, l^-on.ir d Kuntr. Thomas j
j Marroon. Carl Neldcr. Arthur O'l.eary.'
| Richard Scheie!. Bernard Scliafer. Carl
I Shi-t. George Teniplin. Walter Androski.
Stephen Becker. Robert Diss. Ralph i
I Gardner. Richard Gchring. Francis'
| Hamru. John Kloss. Willi im Manners, |
I Anthony Pagendarm. Stephen Russek. ;
| I'etcr Simon, John Tucfel. l.otils Tlioner. j
| Francis Wiethe, and August Wiethe. i
GOVERNOR BACKS
EDUCATION WEEK
OF SCHOOL HEAD
To Be Observed Throughout
State From Oct. 29 to
Nov. 3?Aims Given.
! " Education Week" will he obser? ed In
West Virginia from October Jt* to Nov
ember 1. Governor Morgan lias endorsed
tin- program for stimulating interest fn
educational affairs h> State Superinteu
derit ,.f Schools- George M. Ford Among
tb< aims of the movement are:
"Every H'.'st Virginia boy and girl
trained for citizenship. i
'l.'otial educational opportunity for
tow n and county.
'Healthful home? healthful schools
anil healthy West Virginia boys and ;
girls.
"A modern school building for every ;
com in unity.
"Every rural s, ho?d a standard school.
"Send West Virginia boys and girls
to high school.
'More W est Virginians in colleges and
universities.
"Every teacher a good teacher.
"A physical education for every West
Virginia hoy and girl
"No illiteracy in West Virginia In
191-1.
"Preparation for every boy and girl
for efficient useful work."
INTEREST INCREASES
IN INDOOR CARNIVAL
Interest >s Increasing ifl l''e coming
Indoor carnival ami circuit to'bc stagel
under the auspices of the Knights of
t'olunibus during the week of October'
215. at the Carroll ami It promises
be one of ilte biggest successes ever
pulled off ill this city.
The many feat tires of the affair are
all of L-i.eral Interest ami there is
cverj tm!icar!<>u that the affair will he
well putronlxeU. There will be much
io iunu*(* both' n'.d ami young ami It j
means six blu nights for the hundreds
that will throng- the club during the
week.
As:d? from the set features of the!
big affair. lho:e are two features that I
i.ro attracting a world of Interest, j
They? are the young holies' popularity
contest in which the successful young
lady will be the recipient of a hand
some JSi'O diamond ring ami the other Is
the presentation of a K.?rd roadster to ;
some fortunate Individual during the
week.
Moth of these contests arc attracting
widespread interest and the many con
testants abd fietr friends are hard at
work to ree their favorite win.
The various committees are getting
their part of the work vvc'.l |u hand ?
and there Is ?v erv indication chnt the
event will go over big.
DRY DOCK COMPANY !
! AWARDED JUDGMENT
Judft'merit for wan returned'
| b> a Jury In favor of the plaintiff in the ,
suit of the Parkersburg Pry Pork Trans- 1
portatlon and Coal Company against the |
( Libert> Transit Company, for money duo
I for repairs to a barge owned "by the <lr- j
fetirlant company. In circuit court yes
| terday afternoon before Judge R. M.
I Addleman. "i
The transportation company charged j
? he Liberty Transit Company with send- |
Ing the baige "Hoston," to the dry docks |
for repairs ami It was virtually rebuilt ,
so as to be used as a wharl'boat.
The Liberty Transit Company failed I
to pay the bill, they charged. The de- ,
fendant company contended the work i
was never authorized by the company.
The Jury was composed of James M.
N'oble, Arch B Watson. I J. Linton, H.
O. Staley. A. L. Downs, Carl P. Dyer.
Clyde f't. Bremer. John IT Welt.v, Pd. J.
Miller. W IT. Nlckerson. Charles Dillon
and John H. Clark.
*?*'" r**" ? Mu?t*rdri**trr por Cough? and Colds, Head
ache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism
11 Lai fjJ 1113 an<^ Aches and Pains j
U11 rll lii'J 11 ALL DRUCCISTS
35c and 65c, jars and tubes
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ANNOUNCING j
New Prices $15.00 to $175 New Models j
GENUINE HUMPHREY RADIANTFIRES
No Odors No Dirt
WM. HARE'S SONS COMPANY
Plumbing ' 46 Fourteenth Street Heating
VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS
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TRY THIS PLAN |
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YOU CAN USE THE SERVICES OF
THIS BANK EVERY DAY IN THE
WEEK WITHOUT NEED TO COME
INTO TOWN. I
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AT YOUR OWN" DOOR. THE LET
TER CARRIER WILL REGISTER
YOUR LETTER TO US AVI) UNCLE
SAM WILL DELIVER YOUR DE
POSIT. THE SAME POSTMAN
WILL BRING BACK THE CUR
RENCY YOU WISH.
BANKING BV MAIL IS BI'T ONE
OK THE MANY PERSONAL SERV
ICES WE PROVIDE FOR YOC AND
VOI R NEIGHBOR.
Dollar Savings & Trust Co.
WHEELING, W. A'A.
Largest Bank in State?Solid as It Looks
HOME FOR SAVINGS
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MARRIAGE LICENSES
I. ,|
Clarence Smith Martins Ferry, O. j
Lucy Viol Martins Ferry, O. !
COUNTY COURT
1,1
OnAi Haoordad.
John Costain to William Coataln, a lot j
In Richland district.
John J. Tsgue and wife to Michael !
J. Mulroj", r. and wife, a lot In Rich- '
land district.
John Kostlc to Jacob V|soei<! and wife
a lot In Loveland.
Security Trust <'o.. trustee, to Kstella
V. Frank, a lot In Kirn Court.
John W. Helta arid wife, to Olivia
' I u 11 1h tt I. a lot on Llnd street.
John P. Arbenz and wife, to Louis
T. Hayha. a lot on High street.
II - ?
Saturday Candy Specta/s?National Candy Day \
! ('-IkImkls Schraffi'sDelicious Chocolates
melbav assorted to order?fresh and fine round
'"i?ks wheeling chewing ?t ^ lit 1
n'oug vtines ^ peerless gum .tlmbo peanuts ...39< |
m \pi f w \i nuts 1 drops 29* butterscotch
ICE ciiKA.M Dliol'S Chocolate. Vanilla. oq ' kisses ...St*
s,ra,her,,,b...zyc
Hers hey's Chocolate Buds?39c I IL
il ? ?r ' ' ;;
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*7* if . Saturday Hours
(eofRJfflor(o ::;:xs
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!j 7/6<? Second Saturday in the 75th Anniversary
j PFUI Be a Day for the Greatest Savings
11 _ %
Hundreds of Knit
Undergarments
For IFomen and Children '
All At Reduced Prices
INCLUDES A VAST NUMBER OF ODD LOTS AND DISCONTINUED
LTNES?MEDIUM WEIGHT AND FLEECED LINED?WOOL MIXTURES
AND ALL COTTON?WITH AND WITHOUT SLEEVES?KNEE AND
aNKLE LENGTHS.
Gut nig Pajamas for Gtrls
Host quality Outing?trimmed in Braid and
j Frogs. Plain colors and fancy stripes. Billie Bunk*
and two-piece .Middy styles. Sizes 8 to 18 years.
$1.15, $1.85 to
j
JVometPs Knitted Petticoats
in Cotton and Wool Blended yarn, in shades light
and dark, made regular and extra sizes. Fitted
! yoke prevents bunching at hips.
!i $1.00,$1.25, $2.00, $3.50, $3. 75
ii
H 'omen's Knitted Bloomers
of tine Wool?light weight, knee A
length in Navy, Black and Taupe? I (? y q ~
cut full and with an elastic gusset J 7
thut relieves all strain. J
MARKET ST.?FIRST FLOOR
Man-Tailored Great Coats
For JVomen
and Young Women
Of Imported Nubby Scotch
Mixtures in Greys
and Browns
$24.95, $32.95
$34.95 and $44.95
A CAPABLE COAT?For Warmth and
Protection tn Rough JVeather?
and a Good Sport
A SMART COAT?ALL THE TIME?Cloth and color being right?
it gives also the ruffling collar, the Raglan Mandarin sleeve, the self belt, "
the panel back and those character giving fold seams at shoulder.
MAIN STREET STORE
"THE FROST IS ON THE PUMPKIN AND THE FODDER'S IN
T1IE SHOCK"
Chic Cozy Sport Stockings
lti Nove/fv Tweed Mixtures
?FOR WOMEN?
The weaves show the effect of ingenious interweaving
of Silk. Lisle, Wool ami Cotton Yarn, sotting.lip a variety (P 7 /7/7
of stitcherv that's clever. Black with Grey, Black with (
Brown. Greys, Tans, Brown and Black. J
AY OME N 'S WOMEN'S
Cape Gauntlets Cape One Clasp
Strap Wrist. Pique sown. 3 Wrist, length?in Brown and
rows Embroidered Stitching?ex- Grev. Pique sewn. $3.50 value,
tra quality. Brown only. 75th ANNIVERSARY PRICE
$2.19 Pair $1.98 Pair
Find Your Perfect Corset at a
Low Price Saturday
A "TAILOR MAID" MODEL in I PlC/l
Pink Brocade. Elastic Top. j
A CORSET OF WIDE SATIN"]
STRIPE MATERIAL J? ELASTIC > $2*50
TOP?Very pretty and good. J
A LONG HIP MODEL OF"]
HEAVY PINK BROCADE. Elastic L $1.95
Top. , J .
Corsets For Large Women
With elastic inserts and double boning.
$3.00 to $5.00
. Satin Bandeau
For the Kiddies
Black Sateen
Rompers $1.00
2 to 6 Year Sizes.
Babvland has these?a splendid Anniversary
Sale Special. They're all right, too, having trim
mings of emhroiderings and color touches,
BAfcYLA XT)?(i KOUND FLOOR?M ARKKT ST.
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Outing Flannel
75th ANNIVERSARY
| 27-INCH BLEACHED 15*, 19*, 25*
36-INCH BLEACHED 25* YD.
*>7.1 :n rpL^HEI). 15* AND 19* YD.
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c 200 Patrs Today
Marquisette
Curtains
St 00 Pair
NOT ENOUGH TO GO ROUND
LAST WEEK?NOW HERE AGAIN
?IN WHITE. ORE AM, BEIGE.
2'4 yards long?Hemstitched Lace
edge.
THIS PRICE A DIRECT CONCES
SION.
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AND HERE'S ANOTHER
ALL LINEN
Table Cloths
$3.98 each
ALL ARE WORTH MORE?SOME
SLIGHTLY SOILED?ALL 2 YARDS. ' ,
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