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IN MIL CRUSH OrVan? 0?"t r\. T5"v,>** ?ns *f:? ki 1:.1 and five o'liers seriously Injured today when S'v.h-rn Pacific t>esseng?*d ts:r? No '. ? crushed Jr.ro the rear ? f a -pc .a'. :t ? ..rr> .t:c ' " 0*. A. worthnsan shows a \J 'ire. Li .? About r.:r.c m:>s v or of Frar \l'n. AU fhe K?.;:?>? J and .njure.! ?-re m-ru bers of the Worthnian si; w?. W ANTED?MALE. WAXTJ.P?Foy l-; ye.?r> -r ? v.r to learn electrical supply r> O "1 chance (or advlneein nt ICe.fcr* The Front Co . Main S' ACTIVE man to tak-- ? rders t r nursery stock and hire agent- KU"1^ "o:u missic-i. exeluslv- 'er r ? ) 1 ? A a., nt N'urser^s. Inc.. Newark. N. V. Ur.>-ol No*. 4-11 VAKTED?Experienced r-.en for sheet mill work such >s R< ?i.J.ERS. ROUGH MRS. HEADERS. C.\TCill kt>. MATCHERs. DOL'RLKRS etc \ IrJss or call at tho office of Omois.-n ir? Steel and Iron Works. Canoii.-burg. Pennsylvania. c>ctJ7-t BARBER BUSINESS PAYS Ream It. Short course. Cut.il.-g mailed free. Moler Barber College. 1:11 \Y. ?? a St.. Cincinnati. Oct- 1 -mo W A N T E P?H O . 3 TO SELL THE I N T E L LI aEN C E R MORNINGS BEFORE SCHOOL I Office 1305 Market St. WANTED? FEMALE WAN TCP?White mid far set ami house work Two in family t>'K ne YVood-dait N.'l-R or .1 ;?:?'??? ' ? Mr.-' R. A. McCabe. Jr. 4j Ma; 1 .V or.ue. U <1 lawi.. N vl-t WANTED ? Middle-ag-d wan-art as housekeeper. llarry Johnson R- F. D. No. 1 Bethany. W est \ .rg'.:..u. u-.tl.i-i WANTED ? Four t x;- n.t '? i demon strators for house to ? use canvass ing and store dem >:>str.'fl::.J, Nuc a Butter. Apply Wheeli:.; Nut Butter c\ J14 U Maun S'. uet t -in WANTED?Two exptrlci J ? Sates lad.c-. Unusual op- . ig :o. ' .;;c.u. betterment. Nay Sh-.e iA'UU-m WANTED?AGENTS. wants agents : . >. .-.to ..o of ?hlrts direct to wearer E.Wu.cve pat terns. Big vaiues. Free san.pies Mad ison Mll.s. iOU Broadway. w York. je 1 > e o e-.l tf ro* sxn? FOR KENT?6 rooms,*. electric lifh'.s. feus at 4 * S Isroaviw-ly Phone oTiju Parker a: 1 <- .. .HI 7 Chap l:hc St. Novl-i roa SA-fe.ll FOR SALE?Very cheap. 125 H. P. Cooper OerUes Engine and equipment. :n first class condition. Joan W. Belu. cor. ijtn and Eorf St s. phone 36. Sept23-30t dost and TOUND. LOST?SaleJtr.ar.'s K it between 17th an! lsth St--, on Chaplin-. i ir.Jer :< ma to Ir.tell.gencer ol'L e ar.i receive re ward. Nsvl-.m STOLEN?Blue ticked coon <lo?. or. ear badly ra Stands about _d r .-.e high. Ca'i J L. (Jr.ra 171-W. \Varwood. 2b'J reward.. _ Oct.;-. rtBSONAD. FROSTATE ANF> BLADDER trouble. rising of"en at n.ght ra, d.y \er lit. New s.mp.e. scien .t.-. metn >. I .ex pensive. Easily used lb-.- :lt r?r money tack. l'lles and con-tij-atton quickiy reLoved by m. s rn%:.i Mai.y enthusiastic patrons a \>. ? ..:;g a..J vicinity. S*e Jos. Bero. iJi.-tr.Dutor. 5315 Jacobs St. Wheeling W. Va. Man ufactured only by ti.e L.. ".ro i he: ual Company 4S'J Bai:d i>ldg. SUUiea.uwe. Ohlc. . oct.-y-r PUBLIC AUCTION. Executors' sale of the brick plant, known as the Standard i ;r<- Brick Works, located at Em p.re. i. . cor.spr.:* tng all the machinery. <d, .-traaiiy equipped for manura- "* -a re-cut brick and paving block; about 3" y double-deck dryer car. . grin 1. g pans, etc.. and 13 kiln*. o- r 3 a r--s ? inure land. a.so ab-. ut -.5 acr-s c-i 11 :? j c -a and clay (leso quantity ruined > Sale will take place at Empire. o.. on the property Thursday. November 2. at 2 p, m. Property is located on l and Pittsburgh Railroad FOR tT R. THER INFORMATION IXyUIUE ?it' WILLIAM H McCLlNToN AND A S BUCKINGHAM. EX EC I TORS. STL - BENV1ELE. O. *' t. 7 . i-.T . X 1 One of ^he largest belts ??-.rr.mle is l.C'OO feci long a: 1 f ? . .. .aerie.* wide. MAY ABOLISH THE ' PENSION PORTFOLIO IN BRITISH CABINET Lord r. Oct. 2!.? (By Thy Assoclatel ?premier Bona.- l.aw tor i : issued the Use of the rfmiiintnt officers of his govcrntren- 'n which th?-re .s the !! use -.f LcTj. His appointment of a minister <>* ; ensions doe- neces -?ir'l-. nr. jit that he has yielded i" fho Uborit- clamor against the proposed ?i!- option rii.it mint-try. hut r '?'* l.-r< 1 nitiro l;k'ly tu-rc -?" *i t *r:v..il ap poir.-ment ?'? o.trrj > -i ?*'? worK ?he ministry can be abolished by legis lative act."* A-::tatlon a earns gathering fo.--e. \l :: ?*httr who is r-oo- er':-.~ front h.s illness s-r:r ,t letter to a ~ constituents today stronglj- opposit-s ab tVe h'-p.j th it Mr Honor Hr-v will, on further consideration, withdraw from a po> rlon h i.-' !y -aken; < 'herwsi: Mr. i-Vir. hiU d-Harcs. ho w:ll r-? -t this .ii'-;-:on !:i parliament. i? Hi sam lottrr Mr. Church:'.; rn'sir/s a number ?f large econ mics which the late gov (?r' merit was oontrtnp'at np. 1.tr c? *. - on his recommendation. . mounting t > near ." it" i p ?u* 1- ant- ml''-", wU: -h were prove::'? >1 by the overthrow o: the govornmert'. Naval Economies Opposed. Ira-iil- ri'a'.ly Mr. Churchill im-rr-tons that the economies Included 15.' ftt'.nno pounds sterling on -naval estimates, but lie r-i-re--.il to -av rh.it tl;?se eeon , orrr'es w ro obstinately opposed !?> I Lieutenant Colonel C* M. S. Amery. ? f r?- bmd of the Admiralty in 'he new 1 cabinet, -a ho was the.r. f rtanotnl s<- ro tary to the admiralty. It- adds that C.V. n-l Amery t-ok a leading part i the revolt of the under secretaries, w i-eh l*'d t o 'he overthrow o: the gj? - ert.ment and declare?: "I v: c.v with d : ? i';. ? 'tide the fact th a" this junior n: n:>*> r ha- stepped the shoes of h:s late chief?a reward of sucvssfnl muttr ? . which is certainly an uti wholt^onio M i"wh le 'he canip.vcn is Ircva- r.: In htttcrnes.*. The event- of the last ft w il.it - preve 'hat tiro o d s*rucc'.e b- tw-en Llovd George a d o p O- r e Younger?"the captain and the cab n b y" as t ey wore called in former con Tt Is daily boconvnc clearer how all party Hr.es a-e confu *d and obscured bv the fact 'hi- r:1 v -h-ouch ' led George both th- con servatton and !ii? eral parties are divided into opposing catP-2?. le.-vin^ th- labor par'y as JOHNSON WINS III K, 0. IN SECOND 00010 N'-w'Tork. Oct. 21?Fl-vd Johnson. ?arr Fr.itrc.sco h> a vyweicht. tonight knocked out Jo? Vidas of Philadelphia, J ? .-? : i--cd his opponent fr- m ' "he start and land-d the finishing blow j after a minute and 3-' ?? cot. 1- of the second round had passed. Bu'h m. n entered '.h- ring we-ghlng I !?5 pounds. ; NEWSIES ;L ; j Washington. Oct. ,"!.- Indications in duini-'ru ion to !<?- :..<:,iy w.;. \ A arnouncin ?riro ? >; a succo- snr to Ass<v!:,;?> T?: * . ?? I ? ? y on the su preme court tencj Washington. Oct. ?1 ? Mrs ronnr." H-o?ovojr Robins..n. .-!-*? of tho Into Theodore K'Wvoi', : ued through 'Republican headquarters here todi> an appeal to tho women o" the coun tr\ f<> vo??- for Repuhli iti ?-? for tho Senate an'! Ho-:. ?? Monroo. I.a . 0-"". 1 ?Three men ! when 'he m-w ga-oiino ?\ traction plant of the Atlas (Ml Com pany. near Swartz. Louisiana, wis wrecked by ar. explosion. i E! Paso. Tow. Oct. 1?Er.ar.cis '*o cilia, rancher and former rebel oliio* ; was shot and wounded while trying to put down ar. uprising, headed by Jesus Lopez aged father of the l."1'0 Martin Lopez, for years Villa's riah' hand mar. at cording to report.- !r. antl Core con circles in El lh'O to day Ti e uprising o',M:rred on Villa s ranch Hraftor., \V. Va . 0<f. "1 ? [declaring that they were tinder a 'mental strain" on Sundays because they were ca'led t:pon to deliver sermons, mem bers of the draft on Ministerial Asso rial ion. in a resolution a lopted today, asked that Sunday funerals bo aban doned. The e.xrra work on the Sah lath I - "fro much." 'ho resolution de clared. San FrT.eisco. o.-t t ?A quarr'-I over a package of riearetets between two wheel ctrlr patients in the St Francis hospital, led to the stabbing | of one man and the arrest of the j other as his al'eced assailant. The I wounded man was tabl ed with a pocket knife In the br- ist and slioul ! der. Cblcaro. Nov. "t ?In a new attack ?on the Vo'stead act bv the old Vic tory Di'tl'.lcr.v. Judo decree T. Pace lr. Federal district court has been ask d to restore mince nir-s t<? the!*" p^-proMbltion = 'andir.g when brandy sauco was a legitimate ingredient. Ft Paso. Tex. Oct. 31.?Rebel* headed bv PorfPlo Rubin and federal ? ?oldie-s of. tho l'Mh bvta'lon fought a j (our dav battle near Pachuea. Hidal go Mexico, accorolnc :o reports cur rent In Juarez to tin" Rebel losses were heavy. Federal troops captured a large number of rifles 1 Lo3 Angeles. Oct 1 ? Henry W Kershaw, tel. father-in-law of Thomas H Ince. motion picture producer an'! father cf Willrtte Kershaw, actress now appearniy in London. dt?d here ; last night. ! Washington. Oct, 31.? Marlon P" Vrle? presidnlg judre of the court or customs appeals. today reslcned a! ter 12 a ears service on the court and ! his resignation was accepted by Pros I ident Harding. He will resume the ^^ctlce of ia,w. . 0. S. DECIMS ? i : WMM Washington. f>? t .".l tiu- tpc- A< ' . soh.vimI I'tess.L-The A in*"*! i?*n 11 iov ortitr.cnt. :n notes deii\ercd today t* the British. i'r? rich nr.-! I' tlian om ha>si< - h* to. fortttally decltnt <1 to par ? ii< iparo in 11i.? Nt tr Km* pop re con fot'-n. scheduled f.i j ?. santtc, Su itrorl.tr. !. no\t mot th LtTc tl ?< .-rate d* pat;neat t ;.i !o public t! t rovornnirnt'.s p si:ion on the confer ence as outline?! m tin 'aide mem oiro" which was trnrtsmtltM vestor liav to tint throe roventments con cern< 1, throtmh the American erubas sios at London, Paris, anil Homo. IL-roronce t<> the "aide nomolrc". w'.i-i in ado in the inrmal reply to the allied notes, inviting participation, hut which w-.tc not t? ? tved to. the Mate ! department un't! alter the "atd-v tiictnciio" r.irrtitin instructions re-? Lardittu the At::? titan view, had been dispart*! cd to the American reprosea tativos in the three Ionian capitals.. The formal replies like the tonual i Invitations^ wojv direr:!- worded, and. explained that the I nitcd States I would send only oh-' tv.-: to tlie Lau sanne nicotine. and added that the' conference was primarily a peace con torenco ti> ed a war in which the: United States was not a belliserent. . Probers to Expose Chain. of Aileger! Bucket Shops | in Tri-State Districi New V r\\ rv: ? -Kojcf Winter, trmt.-o o: th-> attUntpt ek r r" tirai into 'the" tiri!.' , I fair.- Wt'-r. K-t-v.-. 1 In Itankntp'cy P. :. - .". ulm :. te.lay; exprcs-cil i'v ..he! that th- ia\?-sti:;a- ' ' ceo J hue e: . oicpat:.- 'Afmlitt; ?:-r ':-!;???:* 'lie ? :>' a . mid w.-t.in ft i: .i. If. \V. Culver, p. -U."?. trstPlod that ?a !:?:! he ? I- appro ,,-t .) i.v ? I > ?nd>" I'M' M.te.1, a".- 'h- en t: :z? r | 1 of the c at ! for where by the Dillon trustees, w th a proposi-| | I'hh.r.jolphta and lvo-l-cr-h. l'lans J were for net', at d. Ve sml and new ; :-v;.".r' !??::. a f.? .V day:, hi-fore Iiillon i rr.ony. ?= rv. d a a pm'sIcI* mm for the I new firm, and aided n th. estabMshlntj i f rwnn ;.l?\ l'a. at : V??rgantewn, W. j Va. C-if'.ee trst'ted f'ta' h? hM l!t?!? ta I do with the r'tnr.'t c o" rh-> tirrn ar.i j ? ? i I that he r?". L'f. d '..a M., v of th1? / ! year. ' | WILLIE AMES WINS OVER PHIL LOGAN Afcron Boxer Rang His Strln* of Vic tories up a Little Hlfflier In Bout Last Nlpht. iv-eo o. p ?? 3!.?Willie Aires. Ulrror.-V star %y 1 : i'4'Vi-?; ve'v j , ?iu:n? nthter. h;; no, only | absorbed : Aro-.-f firitic punches | l.ut 3- : 1 ? V- ? n? j blow !'??:? Mow. The local b'-xer t?-? <?? The vo ????. Koran Ivrt ' sotr'-'.vindup. W:U:o I'? vu e. threats':: a ( ' vir.^",*'finish, uianav.fi to earn a draw ?villi ?????Ion'- Villa. WILLIAM B. LYDICK SUCCUMBS TO ASTHMA Vlll'.vn B T.j'I ''k ' 1-"" lt< T:ilr i t i g'c.>' \ a* hi.* hve rer-iijeji?"* follow :k an illne ?' of several years. I . ' >!- I.- 1 ' was w- ". !<r ???? n In Whe<d-1 entire' life " 11- had i'oen in \?? ?r pe-alth '? f r rh ? -.-v. ra-. ?"? IIS II"* MM!. . , :'t t Glenc Eif n Marshal! county. S! \! Ii. oil* if ]>,, J;,],.^ \yt x w. !mv, Mr. L' o! "k i3 fur viv'e.T bv fv ? ' '.-v ! or.e laushttr. - hi lies 'of Si 7'. ?? ? ?- Fli . .John f f Triadelp'aia and V- ?? 177'' M Johnson ? >f Br: r-;ne-al arrangement? :>'?? incorrple'o I,.,, win prirll'lv be held at his Ire res. I'M ?? Friday NO OEVELOPMFNTS IN SMOLCECI HOMICIDE Countv n'lih' rl'l's nre tnarliinp tine ? ? f, ;. . . st ? ,.e niurd'T of rir. who w a ?? ?'?? :?d ? with thre ? . ? t w. iti Is :n 1 iifi l ' ? ? Saturday invsii-'ai Ta st: 1! contend they expec; I mini* an ;ir--< a: I clear UP the nrird-r my within Lew hours but iiftl ? !?'?? hour lav nlsht no ur I'vpu'v -l?r riffs a - a Slvrlff CI m -p ? ill.:: o. .;r tiidr.: ?Mi?-d v. ?'*!: -late d "notlf tur new had -? ?-rl r-fiise.! to ,t suits in '!??* '1 t'1 lr w. h in connee ? m wl'h ft." tmrd'-r. ? f c* they r. . 'r an from ?? 'lers I'vtlilt:- C< .ti tle.*'e ! w|f?l ??'? '? r \ ? ? '': Ita f ion 11'iW claimed 1 > 1 ?? v ? ? .? OJI Final Appoinfmenfs In British Ministry I ondoo P- ? Ti e Associated Fres?1 - The If: ?!:. t "t'.en ? to th rew tr"."??????? ' .? me l < v | Terrier P'T.nr : I,aw. fit'n"iineed IikI.iv Iticludo minis 1 ft rs of la! r a- i pensions, althonch Mr T"- :. ir !.:"v had pre 'ou?ly Intt mn'f'l that th.. p r"-': wou'd ! ?> ribol ?s'""l and was mubT-fopI ta he <5!r Mont;.rue Barlow. wh-> m as par I'am.entnrv ?secretary ;??? the labor tnln . ts'rv In the Blov-1 O'-oree P' l-s', he m'r?"'?"? ! *h?* p*n 'v.fr' 1"yyCin, '>?***! ? \ *i PITt'ft mrn*tr.v ?^'Tp'.?rv i:P^ - T.4.*\ ? c.*c,rz* trr in" l,f ,r'' ? ? j I the minIs?r'?* wh'ch he I? n --v to h-."? fttr Samuel Tl v.r? Is appointed air | mlc.l?ter, and Co'oncl Sir Neville Cha.m j L'orlaln, postmaster general WOMEN SPECTATORS HISS AS GUARD SAYS MRS, HOSIER IS SANE rhilideipr.ir.. 31-- 'J" today in iho trial of Mr- Ca-.lyrir.v r. ,ienic^] '?? tbo ?liiyiJ'C la-band. ''s-.ir Hosier. an advi-r'is- n? ??vir, and at prevent km; tried f ' .. . . ? - >-Tc.j.-.p. jphT. Mi's M'.l'lf 'j ? I.' raWitie KecklM at tin MW* time. ' cl ud-d : '1 do <i?-f.->ii?;<* closed 11s rave after vi > l,i "Tf testimony in stipP'Wi its theory of "emotional insanity" for Alts it -;?r. ? Iloiojfal trstirnnry ui^ begun f? *r Tim , . ? -jLi ? t-.-a.-.t,:"a y*:t!i the intention ot *liovvt!n? t'.iat the defendant w..s sane nail normal in the hours just aftor the ,anil.I- slaylm; on January 1. I Women spectators h!?sed at a woman ) prison guard. who test ifl.nl That Alt's.: Hosier had shown ra> signs of ln-nr.Hy. . ami on several other occasions tin-t rttly C-snosition of tl,. spectators , brought warnings from Judo I'-arf it. 1 >r. Mat caret Nelson, a prison phys; eian. testified that in her opinion M's Kosi r w.i.' sine, hut admitted under 1 cross examination "that site had made a report that Mrs poster ?a> subtler ma! >ml mentally d' tieu nt. Atto.neys are t.'d to he ready ?o ??'art ftt.at arguments tomorrow and' the m so may g o to lite Jury befote right CHICASOAN AGREES TO PAT $5,000 FOR WIFE PrS M. pies. Iowa Pi?:. ?Mrs. nn'h . fn-hertm-rhorn. ;3 year old widow, who J r> eentiv offered to sell herself to any man f'-r the sum of that she , til t if it t he able to obtain skilled medi cal treatment in an eftort to rocoxer ft om paralvs. d ner' e centers, sustain ed when shot by her husband three years 'ago, has accepted an ofior of a < 'hieaifo bank employe, she announced, t f!:i v. Tho nii'M^o.in, wh>\ she sn y !s < ieorce K..?. ts. has offered Mrs. Seh. r merl.orn ?u.'W. and gives the widow a year In which to r. train her strength and former beauty. In fore : lie is to ful : .11 her part of tit" contract?marriage , to him. Mrs. Pcherrrer horn said today that - lie was t.i receive her first check, one e..r >:.'<?<. within the r.ext few days. Checks of like proportion are to come j t.. p.or at -regular Intervals that sho I may l>e aide to obtain medical treat- | merit that wilt restore low health. Mis Schermerhorn made iier offer j through a;t advertisement :n a <'hb ic ; newspaper. Scores of off' r? were re vivo!. :*mi h^ t?a>s '.IHS intorvlewoil a pun her of men desiring to become her Im-band. The tilppled. widow *a:.i? : pop.-rs is forty years cf nf 3,500 Go On Strike Hast Tdverpoot. P.. Oct. 31.?A strike | Of .1.500 sanitary pottery employes. ; 50.) of whom are members of the ; National Brotherhood of Operative Tot-I it-re, went Into effect in Ohio. West j Virginia. Indiana. New Jersey and Calf j fornia tonight. The walkout followed refusal or the ; plan', owners to r> new the wage agree tiiei:' which expired tonight. 'I he worn ore. . \ referendum vote, rejected pro-. j" and 10 per c-nt wage cuts, j resp'-i ? \V::h suspension of the sanitary. plants, virtually the entire ceramic In l lusrry" in the t'n'.ted States is tied up. , I for 17,000 general ware potters have j been on strike since September 30. Small Campaign Fund Charleston. AV. Va . Oct 31 ?rontrt butlop.s of J5,f>73.?>o to the republican cau"vi:cn furd r.r.d expei/litures of were reported today to the secretary f,i" state by l'onr.er Iliil. treas urer of the Ib-nu'dicnn sta'e committee. The largest contibu'lon was of by John ?' Pond, state auditor Governor Margon gave f.'bb. The majority of the contributions was made by girl stenog raphers. clerks nnd messengers, em ployed at the state capita!. SOUTH SIDE (Continued from Poire Oat) 1 c're'.s wi'h a banner "Always I"'.gh?h Ward Boosters"; next cane a float NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by others than myself. 0. AY. HOCKIXC. Edcrodale, Wheeling. W. Va. 0<~'31-1 j w'*h i *.?? !ii. Inv, which Is located across the riv.-i t'rosn the Ktghth ward; N'dte's , Bakery; t1 Bros. tiarace; Fisher bum- i !?< r company: W. K. lh-tliermiinl. local plumber; J I.mz and Sons; \V. J. (lard- ' ?i, ,? Cooey-Bentr. company; Fotto Insur .1 nee company; three floats of Telling's Irr i'"re-am company; lama <""1* Bottl ing "inpany and n.anv others. Street Danco. Following th?- jut ado a Me street ?Inner ; . I.! On Tnirty-rlithtli street between ,laer>h and Wood streets, the street was Riven a thin coat of a p'lalr. and then waxed. Corn meal was then Mir-wr, on the fijrt'aeo and hundreds d ?! :i l is? night In addition the Knin ciuh minstrels caw .i n-insTel sh v at the r hall at Thirty-seventh street. There was a rest tilar midway where dolls could l>e won. lnd:.m blankets and other articles "f value. u hile there v.vr> plenty of stands ."???iiitiR sandwiches and ncarmts The s!: ee" s were well lighted w:th extta s'rert lamps. wh:!e over all the r ?'! e .it" the J a fade th<r< vv . r~ (?'! ; I g h' s miming 1'e.iple living In that section ? f the .???v iieenrated their loaned for the occasion. STATE APPEALED i | (Continued trom Pa,j? One) tha' Kr. my should be sent bark to Logan county, whom th?? indictment, was returned. for trial. This assertion precipitated a luyit * eh argument between Towuseud anil Urown. which ended when the court upheld the views of Townsond. whicii, in brief, were that piraiiiount duty o> ; lhe court in suqh questions is to in sure the accused a fair hearing, and where that is Impossible the trial should be certified to some county where an impartial jury could bo ob-1 taiued. j Decision Supported. To support his decision Judge Woods cited the flooding ot Jefferson county with circulars, appirently by agents of the operators, which tended to excite an adverse public sentiment. And in regard to contention oi the prosecution that since Keeney had I con grated a change from Logan to Jt'ffcr.-on county, he could nut under the statutes of West Virginia, ask lor another change, the court held that the spirit of the constitution, both siatr and federal, was to insure the defendant, so far as possible, a' lair healing regardless of the number ot changes necessary to reach a county where- no hostile sentiment existed. ! Sees Prejudice In Jefferson. "Public sentiment Is so aroused her.- that to try Keeney would be un fair." declared Judge Woods, and : from various expressions of opinion j I is evident th it there is a growing feeling of resentment towaid the j miners who took part In the armed march. "Personally. I am unable to see any ! ; Justification for the uvaslon of the nonunion fields, bu' that Is en'lrelyl aside from the question before me. "And I'll admit that the aftldavUs i presented by counsel for Keeney have; Improved me. They are trom men j of standing, whose probity and iateg-; rity are not to be questioned. "Ten of these men are what might be termed leaders in the civic and i business 11 f. of the county, and to lenore their opinion, based or. fact, j would be unfair to the defendant. In taking up the affidavits submit t^d by the prosecution, the court tlat-1 ly said that for tho most part they j were of a negative character ami based on conclusions, uot tacts. ' The jury selected to hear a crimi nal case must enter tho box without prejudice, and thov must remember that the accused is innocent until proven guilty." "Keo.noy had been allowed to trans-j f"r his trial from Logan to Jefferson | county." The appeal filed by the prosecution will place the question before the su- j preme court for the first time and will automatically stay further action j in the Koeney trial until decided. i I BIG PROBLEMS | (Continued Troru rage One.) anil a half ago we lia<l about 5.000.000 1 unoniployod. Now wo have no prob-' leni of unemployment. The serious question confrot:tin? business, Indus-* 'ry and agriculture now Is how to got the necessary labor to meet its needs. "You wanted reduction in taxes: : Congress has reduced taxes over right hundred million dollars, reduc-j ti ns which have benefited every one. You wanted a reduction in the enor-| nions debt which had been accunm-j lated during and after the war; the ' debt has been reduced by over a bil-j lion dollars. "You wanted economy In govern-1 rrent; for the year ending June 3", lfC". our public expenditures aggre gated $0.40,343.000; year later ?. 115, OI'O.OOO; for the fiscal year ,1022, $3, 373.607,000. Industry Protected. "You wanted protection for A inert-' can Industry; you have it. This coun-j try has never been willing to abandon ? the protective policy. "Ynu wanted an American policy in fpreicn affairs; you desire adequate] protf-ctinn of American interests! abroad; freedom from being enmesh- > ed in European policies and rivalries \ into which we never ought to he j drawn; you wished a candid and #11- j rod diplomacy which did rot promise i what it could not perform and did not ] threaten where it did not intend to! execute. This you have had. "You wanted peace: the commer cial interests of the country depended upon peace, and we made peace, with out sacrificing our interests or de tracting from the interests of those with whom we had been associated In the war. Respect and Confidence. "We have given the best of our co operation. In the Far East th^re is A j new atmosphere of mutual ^respect and confidence Instead of suspicion ' and apprehension. We have stopped j the competition in naval armament, J bringing the great, powers together in, : the happiest co-operation that haal , .taken place since the war. In Latin1 America we have b^en constantly en deavoring to facilitate stability and peaceful adjustments. In almost every country American money is being in vested to help productive enterprise. "Thus we are putting our house in order, reducing expenses, stopping wasteful outlays, maintaining sound principles of international inter eourse." ROME GRIPPED (Continued from Page Om) helmets?some of them were without hats and most nondescript trousers, multi-colored socks and shoes that rang ed from top boots to dancing pumps. They were armed only with riding crops ! and bludgeons, one man from Ancona J swinging a baseball bat. Cheered By Romans. Briskly they swung into line t'o the tunes of innumerable bands, the Roman contingent leading the way along the I'lncian hill road to the Piazza Del i'opolo, to the porta Dei Popolo. The army of the people entered the king dom's capital through the gate of the people Into the People's square, then marched down tl.e Corso Umberto, Rome's main street, lined with flags. Hvery window was filled with Romans cheering, some showering flowers upon the passing hlack shirts, while those in the strets saluted straight armed from the shoulder, and hand extended toward the west. Straight through the heart of the city the procession continued, the youths never looking to the right or left, and acknowledging the acclamations only by singing Fascist! marching songs. Thus they reached the monument of Victor Fmmamie! and the t,omb of the un known soldier. Leave Tor Homes. After tne ceremony was concluded at the tomb of the unknown soldier the , Fascist! proceeded to the Via Nation ale. Rome's national highway, past the ruins of the earliest wars, and reached the Qulrlnal Square, where they were formed in front of the palace. By this time the number of Fascistl taking part in the procession was var iously estimated at fifty to sixty thous and, later arrivals at the gates of Rome hastening to fall In behind the urtls ? which had formed in Borghese Park. The Fascist! re-formed and marched directly to the station, where fifty i trains capable of transporting from'500 I to 1000 soldiers each had been held In readiness since morninc. in accordance with the mobilization order that "every ! soldier must be on his way home before CRightfall." FUNERAL DIRECTORS Louis liertschv JTCNCIAL VKIV ATS CHil-ai, Mot. WVi A-M> 1124 fekaTr.tiT ? wll JTMUJM <K*C> o, J. BIBKOH ,B4o#i .tas-t rWATKINS & CO. | fiumti XJuvctota tou u-u*. ua Liu^ni, at - * - o u Fboatii Ckape-1 15 iL+a- *. McXUnlti 2M1-S ALTME YEE & McCOY ' rVN?B-Ui ItloiyEN^a Mrlvat* Farlcxa tod Qottta' Kocmj Offlc* Pkont 3 3 7. i-UE *t Eo5 8'_ BUCb* C*llt 1B?1 oi SIX r- "n CARL J. KEPNEB Mendel Funeral Home 1308 CHAPLIN E ST. Wheeling, West Vu^uua (Funeral Horue 1817-1618 Phone Residence 1156 PRIVATE CHAPELS AND QUEST ROOMS U Farms | 37 A . stock includ'Tl ....... .$7,500 | 00 A . machinery am] stock ..$8,500 i 05 A.. Mt. Pleasant t S6.5C0 ? 05 A., West Liberty .$10,000 ! SO A., on paved road $10,000 IheeTing Third rioor, Wh?elinar Ste?l Corp. Bids' j PHOKE 2665 If It Is Cheap Homes You Want Hero you ar*. <~i*i t-M lo.) ro'.il Jnroh St.. 4 rooms. no !'.rh S3.350 s* . 5 rooms r nd hath 4,500 Wetzel St.. fi room?, no hath 3.000 I.ml ?t , 4 rooms pikJ bath 2.050 T?. Jiicv iro. Sv, 5 ro?>ms and bath.. 3.200 <: >:tivO'.<l, 4 rooms 3.300 CramU'tw St. 4 rooms 2,200 Oi.ISt.. C rooms 5,200 j \ l.irp" list of mo.ioratc prloed h"U'cs on our list, eta!! fir.il lot us show you. Insurance?Money to I>oan QUARTER SAVINGS & 1RUST CO. WHEELING. W. VA. Ask for MR. CKOOHAN FOR SALE At a bargain. Nov heautflul lmus,? on lllm street. !n "Fllnihtirs: addition" Martins Ferry: 1?5 feet 'rottf; ail mod ern Improvements. l'rlee llo.Onn, This :s a rare opportunity to cot a home above the i >B line. Close to Klni school n!id street cars. Kin* view overlook!at ?h.e valley. Apply to LOUIS LIBPHARDT 510 Elm Street. Martins Terry. mono 24. | ocUO^t t I Modern Home in Martins Ferry 5 rooms and bath, corner lot 3bxlO/V Frlo?? $.'>500 0 C. FRANTZ 413 6th St., Martins Terry Phone 264 i ?/! $7,500.00 Will buy this niodren six-roomed house , with parage for two oars, situated or, i corner lot in Edgdale. Possession at i i or.ce PAUL & JACKSON 601 Wheeling' Bank Je Trust Blip. "LAFE" GRANER! I has opened for business and will ap- [ predate a small Insurance policy from | a tew of his friends to start on. GRANER REALTY CO. ! 39-16th St. Phone 418 1 FOR SALE A choice building lot, 65x125 feet, on \ ifa street near Echo Point sta-1 tiou. Paved street, cement walk. No filling when you come to build. j latum & Co. Room 6, Cltj Bank Building, VhoDa 664 j A Real Bargain In North Wheeling?2 frame' dwellings, 0 rooms and 4 rooms. ;Corner lot. paved street. Price' lor both $1,1200.00. See- Mr. Cameron / Security Trust Co. 1143 Market St. Phone 30S f?~ "S A Rare Opportunity To procure a hom? :n an easy man ner ami a! a bargain. Not ov.r i.'IO rep:.red to get possession. Property .11 g repair, Three apartment* of :lv?: rooms each, occupy your own home and let your rout pay balance. Price one-third less than actual value Reasonable monthly payments Hesse & Kircfiner Co, 25-llth Street Phone 471 Member ?Wheeling; Boal Estatj Hoard s. ?' rWhy Don't You Build or Remodel Your Home ? 5 will make plans, estimate the cost, ft co of charge. ^>ro\ idcJ I can securo t.ie contract or sell the ma il rial. My prices are the lowest In the city. I can secure you a lona for a reasonable amount. JOHN W. BELTZ I Cor. J&th una Xlcfl street* Phone Whg. 3b. IL- i EXSSSSWfr COUNTRY HOME 11 -acre farm. mor? tMan half In fruit. Rood 6 |<3room house, new barn, land lays well, long frontage fJbwJS" on public road, beautiful location $600040 SjjSBI&gw 66>L wiwi i irT^irtf BLJsiiness LOCATION Three storv building on Main near Twelfth. GEO. J. MATHISON <S SON Real Estate and Insurance 1306-6 Market Street Members Wheeling Real Estate Board IT'S IN THE AIR-OWN YOUR HOME Double house, 5 rooms each side, porches, on Twenty-seventh St. $4,000.00 MARTltfS FERRY HOME f, ro?ms and bath. electricity, gas, water, on car line, on S. Broadway... .$5,500.00 FULTON BANK AND TRUST CO. Fhones Woodsdele 320 and 229W.?Wheeling 3588 W. YES?WE SELL INSURANCE AT BAE MAR 6 ROOM STUCCO DWELLING, with 2 baths, laundry, and furnace for gas or coal. Nice porches and larce "1 A AAA lot. Price CITIZENS-PEOPLES TRUST CO. ? / REALTORS BANKING REAL ESTATE?? INSURANCE Cor. Sixteenth and Market St?. Phon. 49* r bOOtiVVOOO EDGEWOOD?Five rooms and bath ^iifvAA and two-car garage vOtJx/U CALD VV bLL-CSURILLA CO. 1212 Chaplin* St. Op?ilaf ET?nla*? Pbotu 710 t lai Estau Err* ' * $500 CASH Balance monthly, for a 7-roorn house on Improved street In Warwood. Bath, furnace, electric light Price $4,500 L. A. KOLt' Agency Vn. 4i3 Wheeling' Steel Corp. Building "BBAZ.TOBS" Member Wheeung h?eai BsUte Board ? ? V CHEAP Trice on this 6 room fraino; all large rooms; cellar, cistern and well Garage; lot 40x160 ft. Large front and back porch. Situated at Mt. de Ghent ul. $3,600 buys this it sold i)u the next ten days. ? Ack for Timberlake, at S. INESBITT, Jr. 1620 Market Street FbO?? ( -r So. Front St.. S rooms, bath, electric lights, lot 61x175 feet. reduced to..57,500 Maryland St., 9 rooms, bath, electric lights, furnace, garage, laundry, cement waiks one of finest on Island. Bargain price of $8000 So. Huron St.. 6 rooms, bath, electric lights, furnace, laundry $6,300 War.vood Ave., 6 rooms, bath, decline lights, gas, furnace $5,800 War wood Ave., G rooms, reception hall, bath, cas, water [ $4,250 A plot of ground on -'Jth St.. J"d ft. fryont by :75 ft. A bargain $3,500 Parker & Co. 1417 CHAPLINE STREET Insure With Us?Fire, Automobile, Plate Glass Office Phone 37C3 Residence Phone 1081?W / 1 A Farm That's More Than a Farm! ON A FINE HIGHWAY. ]? :? si? situated that parcels of It may be sold off to great advantage wf.hout harm to the farm. !<0 acres, dairy barn and alio, pood house, fertile tir'.d ., rich pasture lar.ris, good springs*. In Ohio county, Is* miles from National ltoad. Come tee what you think about It. 1 3-ACHE IMPROVED FARM. j Attractive new home, with gas and water; lnde&l place for chicken-* raising: on one of Ohio county's best and most traveled highways. Will be sold on terms. ' ' Foreign Department Steamship Ticket# STATE EAJNA AND TRUST CO., ELM GROVE Phone 210 E. G. "THE OLD RELIABLE" 1 Bm*U FUSU. 1 it =- -4 + * ?