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LOVE SPURNED,
TRIPS SUICIDE
IN CRIPPLE
meter holds pistol to xxad
and sends bullet thk.ouoh
base op skull.
romance crashes when woman
shows -ptvf ucensx to w"ed
?another man.
tVhcn his love quest was spurred John |
Haberny. miner. of CTahapple. attempt
ed sulc.de last night by h- Ming '<*? Pistol
to th? hack of his ne-k at:d send::-.* a
bullet into his head. The sh-^t coursed
Upward and lodged over his right eye.
His death was < xpected momentarily.
Haberny, a,-cord t:g to sheriff Richard
Lynch who Ir.v.stigaied thy f >otl-.< do
dared last n:ght that his romance be
gan about six weeks ag > and ended las;
night when the woman of whom he ha t
become enam.flashed a marriage
license on him to wed another man.
Haberny Is s. lid to have become d'.s
consolate and wen: a! e:tt the mining
camp la.-1 nig t repeatedly d?- -l.,r:- g his
Intention of screJcing solace for his j
heart i.u death.
His threats were dis.-ounied. how
?ver. but when he we:: to his boarding!
house earlier than usual a few of Ins
companions wit :n search .,f htm. He
tens found on the bedroom floor uncon
scious.
nr S. Martin of Fair point was
?mumoced.
The shattered roman o ?? pieced to
gether bv She-iff l.vtich last night ran
about like this:
Seven weeks ah-- Ilaberry a?:d three
friends including the w .fe of o w -o
motoring on the outskir's of t'rab Ap'de j
when tlw car sideswiped a bridge and I
the river was killed.
Two of the survivors be.ng single I
felt It their duty ? o ;?:-.??? marriage to;
the widow of their fro ? '( The re!u-t-;
Artt offers tu-ned to Intense desire t j
Haberny's part ii'id residents of t'rah
Apple *all that for the !a-t two weeks!
he had hern a c naua rlsitor at iii?
Wi'inan's home.
His uttem iotix, the same friends ar?
?-aid to have to'd the sheriff, were re
ceived indifferently, hut he pressed h ?
stt!; wrh tmd'm'.nlsheii energy ami
w hen the oth? r suitor continued h.>
i suit f-T t'*r wld w's ' and the rivalry
residents.
Yesterday the w alow s choice was '?
ho ar.n >uticed. and when she snowed the
m&rrtag* certificate to Huherny lis'
n! -? hd's dream castles came tumbling
down and he took the pistol roiito to
! end his disappointment, according t
j l.yr--!i. fii-orge Wast!, the successful
suitor, was arrested hy the sheriff on a
technical charge < f suspicion, its will
ho hold for invest; gut Ion.
Poor Equipment Is
| Cause of Railroads'
Present Congestion
t"h! "ago, N'ov IT.-- Ro.->r equipment
following the re'ease of tederal centr-i
of the country's railroads, the depres
sion of 1921, th* shopmen s strike and
Inability of the roads to expand has r?
salted )? serious congestion, ami places
unusual and i't some respects unprece
dented diftlculties before the transports
tion system of ;he nation !:i t lie c ->"!n;
irtcr of -he present vear. Samuel Rea,
president of th> PcnnsvIvati'.i railroad
r vst.-m, told members ' the ' '? mtiierc.a '
I flub ? f t'hicago tonight.
a remedy Mr Re* urged l.iwtvnk
ers p? "*top titikeririg w:'.h the rail
roads." as they -antud he saved he leg
islation. The sltu.iilott calls for "pa
tience. tact, end belpfulness. and tho
co-op.-rafii-n of patrons." he said
The chief cause of the ennc-sl'-wt, M.\
Rea declared was due to the J..) g tin
remunerative returns to tlio rc-ads.
? ;- veri.nn:f ownership was a naio'it
I experiment and s ow government sc.
jtlernents a'ter the period of federal Co: ?
I tro[ proved hurtful Mr Rea declare.i.
.adding that "In fairness. I must say ti.-i
present officers . & the government n*> I
the Inter?'ate commerce commission
I doing what they c.iti to hasten settc.
1 merits which even n<'W, would bo of
construct;ve help "
"If tiie >-a:!ro:ids of the country e?u
he assured an average return "f pei ?
cent i>. g o.i and had vars. th?p found i
tion c;t:? ;... Jaul for railroad ci-.dr that
W "I se.-tll . -II f rli e-'t revenue to Jll.-l fV
r.illt .-ad expansion-," he sai-l.
Muskingum College
President Goes On
Tour of the World
New Concord. ? ?. Nov IT ? I'rrMiliv t
J. K::'\ Montgomery and hi.s w:l. left
here t'vLay a! 11. :;0 p in. on a ;? \
tr.nrhs' tour of Ihe world
l.nl by the Mu?knirum college t?:?u-I.
entire student body .*%:;? t faculty with a
!f?:"Ce numl'ir of the eltlsens <>f New
Concord. I >r Montgomery, who. for is
> ears. ; .is held the procidentia! chair of
M iskh.curr.. left *h- ?.lege manse wl'h
his wife .tiid traveled by auto across
:!.?? cattiptvs to tlic National hichway
when they were forced to pails.- while
tho beit w : ?h?s ,.iud ? artiest hop. s ?'
the assemblaK- were expressed hi 'ho
music of the bind, the tdowring of the
students and the sinking of all.
When ?t last they were permitted to
cret under way. I?r. Montgomery e\.
pressed the happiness plven hitn ' y
such atl ovation and waxing :? last fare,
w.-ll. passed out of s ght on hl.s way to
Pittsburgh.
\u .tstat.dlnt; feature f the adm;n
Istraii. of President Mont emery Is
r.tul ii.i.s always t'i wonderful e?
turn 111 K h: i h he Is held hi Ills facill'i*
at.d s 111 d?*i. t s, itud J! is to lilin that
M isMnpuru ci < w. s rs n-table
standing to-11".
DURNS
Cover with wet baking soda??
afterward apply gently?
yicKs
w varoruq
Oret 17 Million Jan Utcd Ytarty
^7S?f0~"LBuy
/' *oa c,n Promote s.
HealthyCondillon
YnilD rvT\U*eMurine Eye Remedy
3UUK LI l J "Night and Morning."
Keep your Eye* Clean. Clear and Healthy.
Write to ? Free Eye Care Book.
Haxtac Cj< Scan jr CoM9 Cut Ohio Sum. Ckluoo
POMPEIAN
OLIVE OIL
^ Sold Everywhere
PLEASE TRY
11 CLEGG'S "
rMPSlfPEP
V "Eb**- ?r xrr Mas.
' ^ tard Plaster substitute,
tnade of Mustard. Turpentine. Pep.
per. Menthol and Camphor. It's
Crease leaa. Don't blister, and *?
Bice and clean tn us<- Try tt and
?ee! Be sure tx> *a> "Clefc's."
,. FACE DISFIGURED
U 1H PIMPLES
For Many Months. Hard, Large
and Red. Cuticura Healed.
"For many months I was troubled
with unsightly pimples on my face.
Thev were hard, large ar.d
. > i i j 1
rea. ana lesiercu * u u
scaled over. They would
_ i often sung and burn, and
* my face was disfigured.
"C I was very much err.bar
rassec! when in company.
"I readanadvertisement
for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and
sent for a free sample. I purchased j
more, and after using one cake of |
Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuti
cura Ointment I was hea'.ed."
(Sign ed) Miss Ethel Dowdy, Rock- I
Ingham. Georgia.
* Use Cuticura for all toilet purposes.
Bnafi* lut Trw br Mut Adtrm "CsUear* -*>
mlnla, Dw? K. M*1S<b *?. Stu." Sold ?.?ry
S'var tic Ointmtnt 3 ??^XV Tal.-um
BOr^Cuticur* 5OAp without mug.
\ ? - -
You Can Quickly Limber Up
Sore, Stiff, Swollen Joints
Evra Chronio Kheumatlo Swellings Is
Xbm, Elbow, Shoulder or Flng'er
Joints Yield to the Mlghtr Powerful
Influence of JOINT-EASE.
It's here In tox^n an1 flriest's Put
Rate Store and every live druggist ha*
It.
It's a low price remedy, to he sure, but
that doesn't stop it from taking the
kinks, lameness or torture out of your
troubled Joints.
JOINT-fcASfcl Is the name, so called
because It Is compounded solely for the
purpose of relieving all Joint aliments.
Just rub It <>n the tormented, lame
Joints and In Just a few ye ??..rids It will
penetrate to the bone end blessed wm
fort C'>mes quickly.
It absorbs Instantly and is so clean
and stainless tliat you '-an rul> It on
often and sr?-1 thereby results much more
uaickly, when the Jo.nt ii lntUmed and
the agony intense.
Being such a powerful counter Irri
tant. it cannot help bringing speedy and
helpful results In congestion, sore
throat, chest, rnlds, lumbago and neu
ralgia much quicker than almost any
remedy \->u can buy.
But you must remember that it 13 for
Jotr.t afflictions that It is mostlv ?11 ?
?..f-nsed and trs helpfulness will aston'sh
you after all ordinary liniments and
oth?r treatments ha\e failed Adv.
Special for Saturday
Cali Hams 17C
Rib Roast Reef ?Oc
Beef Roast .... loC aad 18c
Plato Roil, IOC . y lb... 2oC
VeaJ Roast.... li>C and 20c
Veal Stew.. 1(>c and 12*20
Veal Chops 2.*>c
Loin Pork Roast 27 c
Pork Rutts 23c
Pork Shoulders 18c
Sliced Bacon 40c
FRESH OYSTERS
Small Baron 28^
Medium Bacon 23c
Small Skinned Hams,...25c
Lar^e Skinned Hams....20c
Boneless Hams 23c
tBacon Briskets ...20c
Bacon Squares 17c
Nu^oa Nut Butter. 2 lh. ,55c
Cooking Compound IOC
Select I'etfs 35c
FHESII I?K ESSET) POTT.TKV
Leave Your Order for Poultry for Thanksgiving
BEUTER BROS. INC.
LEADERS
1110 MARKET STREET, WHEELING, W. VA.
Stalls in Both Markets
ISLAND DELIVERY 10:00 A. M. AND 3:00 P. KL
L _
BUT IN FES !
ASSURED HERE
BY NEW YENH
I Traction Company Tllos Applications
? With ir.t'?r*t*t? Commercs Com
mission.
Reduced Tariffs To Bocoiuo ECfoctlvo In
150 Days . Unles* Protest
Is nied.
Kar? reduction* ranging frmn !-i C>
per cent '? virtually assured c.ir riders,
in the Wheeling urea hv the ? i? ? -\ of
the Wheeling Traction Company In ft' j
inc application- w:Mi th" lnt*r.sfat* j
| j Commerce Commission >*sterday e:n-i
j bodying the lower schedule of tariffs,
j according to <3. Wills general manager J
: of th* company.
Similar applications were filed with
rh* West Virginia Tii'vlc P*rvfe* Com
mission and the ruhlic Ctilttles Com-t
' I mission of Chip. Wlls said, and utiles-,
protest^ are mails all three commissions |
j w ill approve of the proposed reductions ,
Th* Sickle tar* Mr. Wills said will I
again obtain her* after an absence of
j ; tiro \ears when tickets are purchased ;
. j iithertvise :h* rate will he eight cents. I
j Mr Wills declared the fare out was
.[an experiment t> stimulate traffic and j
that in the event j; failed ill* company I
, | would have no alternative hut to swing I
?hack to th* basis It i< new abandon- I
,' trg.
. Mr. Wills authorized the publication
I of tills statement.
"The new tariffs will eliminate the;
I j resent major an.l minor or vh -rt znn
' mg plan, lis now In effee- and return
I ;?> longer tint: z .ties - on-wVti the s:imt
, as vvero In effen hi,-vveen May 21*. |
; ll'IS. and 1'ecentb'r 2'b 11,2'1 I'ndert
'he new zoning', universal tirhe's at rt\ '
cents each good for a en* zone ride no j
' a n v part of the sv-tem. will he placed
on sale at our ticket oflees and by con
duct >rs ort t..* cars ?! strips of lb
1 for io cent*
AM ?|>?*> 77?a'*1 for In casli
i nil; hi- ?'u V vihtlo r'rfes In r \ ?
: cess ?>' .>? .? ;???: ??> Viv? h ? H<-h fare
v .'o. iii'1 a tn;r!''p!<? ? o'iiV' i-'n's hut
, i.^t ?? ??a')- 'pe s,i M!? ;i<s the iml -
! ; r *" v 11 tlcke' "We, or (tie ents, t<> excess
^(iri-'if .lepend'ns <-""re'-- , r> the den
sity of irtivi"! between flic p,.j,o^ ridden.
Tn ' :r;u'" res c"": >n of :!??? fact
f h a ? f \ a i-i * * *?!' i-1 - pi r a r service per
pa-si l ver Jess iii dense rubric areas,
ami as nn Indoieou nt to street oar
ri ler* f > 'nrrease t leir pa t ron.a pe. spe
cial strip t' ''*?:? rut'cbasnbe In nO-con'
'strips (jO'Vi a' all h"n-s iti'l without
res-t rick r |on.?, nil! he placed en sale at
r.;ir office* and hv o-r conductor* at
j ra'es p*t* ride lower f-isu 1'ioff obtained
j under tint universal ti kvt rat? for ev
il niple.
i I'ntver Special Payment
?at S'rip hy
Ratev of Pa-e: Ticket Tlckof Cash
Whee.|!ni? t > War
worn) I n 717 It
WTieellnc to Mar
tins Perry . 1n TIT II
Wheel :mk to Pel I -
I aire I" 'A 10
Sitctlhet:villa to
MItiko 10 CM I"1
Stent,ep ville to II ?'
Ihiav s ?'ov,. . .17. 1? I P To
Present rate* ("ash. Tuckets
Wh cell rift to War iv if I 17
Uhee|;nu to M.irtiti:
1 1-Yrrv I" 'n
WheeltriK to Bellalre. 16 ? "'*
Stfllheri v! lie t > M!t:~, fi 6 7-3
,Steuhet.vll'.o M I
| day's co\e it 0
Bids Tor Traffic.
7r ???;V h.' well t ? ad ! Iliil' tne >;?*
cia! Ticket." .1 - well ?- the "thu-h I Arc"
r.i'o-: cited are -able fort*s!wrt*
eoed distances xvith'n the limit "f ;
either the originating < r terminating |
, 1 ?t:o, In order that p.issei.geis pr?ve:r.- !
jlng sp- ial tickers ?>? par' payment of
I through ride-. Will ni>i h" den: .Ml trie!
?frit ?'?ce i'* us't g tb- nt. th"tig.h ;? lower j
ri'e for c'ic]i "hro'igb rides 's !n m >st .
"case, n.htaJnablo at the option of thel
Irider he ?V nso of the standard
{versa! Ticket."
Taking the v-siem m ;. whole the
I r.ew tra!'!'-!. p: t very sub.stantlul;
? reductions, vary Ing from a maximum at
I "Universal Tick't" rat? s of 115 per cent.
[ to the single routes formerly h iving a \
I 2* Z-3c ticket rate. Th " "Special Ticket" 1
rates in the dense riding areas ate, of
course. of sn even greater percentage
reduction
Our onclus'oti t<> try cut this new
tariff is based on the tlrtn belief that
this action on our part will he appre
ciated and that It w:'l lo ? xpressed by,
rur ear riders in increased tratel and
patronage tf we are wrong. If ear rid
j log floes no- increase by \itlue of lower
; fares, and :n a natnount commensurate
with our ooern11 ng costs, tiien. we will
have no choice but to '.it. r "ti apply for
increased fares in order to meet ex
penses.
In other words, the future cost of
street ear riding is In the hands of our 1
patrons. It Is up to them to rldo morn
in order to continue paying less."
Last of Community
Gatherings Conducted
The last of a series of community
meetings held under the auspices of
the Ohio County Farm Bureau was held
. last evening In the Til re school house
! of Liberty district.
E. M injiiter," county agricultural
agent, delivered an address on the ae
oomplishmenis of the bureau and of the
1 work expected to be done during the
? next year.
A radio concert and musical program
and the showing of several reels of mo
tion pictures featured th? evening's en
' tertalnment.
CHURCH NEWS ]
^
first unitaxiaw
On Sunday morning, at the First Uni
tarian church, the Itav. Harry Taylor.
will preach on "The Folly of Believing
In the Atonomont " Mr. Taylor pays
that the id*a that man could he saved'
and put right with (Jo?l hy means ot
some external agency, has been cnmtrmti'
to a!! religions In all ag?-. It ts not
peiViliar to the Christian repgiop, ami.'
in fact, the Idea was brought Into * I?o ?
Christian religion fr-mi paean s.iurr.?
It Is th.s j crr.n tons doctrine of tb
Ator.etno.nt. sa>s Mr. Taylor, t1 ? ?' ha-.
hold the wof-ld hack f-,r counties*; ,u,,a
and induced m-it is. thing that t "?
vatio'i i.t the world ? ?? t ? !??? l-ought
about t.\ s"me external power and no*
by llie effort and pacMhc? of mimi.
man ran d- for another. in man < ?:?
i eil. "ni another.
Ail ro n ami ? iikii who are bcgl.-.-:
iui.(* to doubt the old. worn out i ci*
of a superstitious past ar, invlteu ? v? j
come and listen to the pur* :."te|un:
of l--sus w h. n *!n>rn <M all hen p-Tin ; j
crv'.ls and tl 'gmaa.
TIB3T TREBBYTirRtAPr
The popular Sunday -ttnlru; service
next Sunday at to- First 1'resbyterum
church will bring musical features audj
a live w Ir?? address by 1 >r. Samti'! 'ill' j
pen. on "The Heidi's Workshop" This |
rervics, %? 7 to is attracting hi.rg
crowds each wtrk
The musical program for this wc?U.
arratiged hy Kdwiti M S rokr',. co-gait
1st. has as a feature .? 1 ra?S quartet,
four trumpets Music has been fp.
clally a1 ranged for them, and they will
play "l.ift Thine Fives" (K'ijahl by
Mertd-lppohti an.) "Olio Svertlt Solemn
Thought," bt Ambrom The first num
ber will be plav.d without accompani
ment.
The trumpeters will b- .1 K'm?r
?Schramm. Mhert Albmg-r. Nicholas Von
B?rg and I'tatik llll-y. all musicians of
high standing in bail and orchestra
circled. They will ?!??.-? assist In th
S'Pr service lr.t b> Ml. Ste.'k-l H' the
Knabo ijlraud.
Morning. '
Organ. "Andante con tuoto' -r'alkln.
Ati'lotn. "ft J.sus, 1 Mate Promised"
t w 1 u ils fr un hymn >t 1 Bracket 1.
1 iffertorv. "t'avatlna" Raff
Quartet, "lt-w I'nvui Thine liar" ?
Horatio Parker.
Set trto't. To llim That Iljiit" - lie.
CSIbe >n.
Evening.
Fifteen-minute musical program
Organ. ' March" tSuit-i In- Rogers.
Brass qua ret. Ui- Suertiy fuitrmn
Thought" Xmhrus-.
S'?rg service -
Anthem dimt lie l.or.J Is King"
? iffertorv. "T.if- Thtne Fees' Men
del-.-..ho?Brass Trm.
A iidiess "Tim lu-til's Wot k.shoji'"- -
Dr. fflbson.
SERTTCTES AT 8T. MATTHIW1!
??n f-'undarwnlng ft* 7:3" th? third
In the N? ? vftihrr series nf special even- ;
li,p t c> tccentiy n? Minced will h? |
?f st M i< tlie ?< : 1'rotestant F.pls- j
... | ,?).ur-h. 11ft'^nth and ' hapllne
.??'!' *:???. 1 n Stridor will preach the!
tivrd *'i his s.flf - ft sermons 0,i ,1" ?
? ? his topi- 1
,..c ? f.j-?!?> t l.tf.- Tho f?H male.
. h ? r itinl-r tin' direction of Mr. I'HUl i
.\!!.'n I'.-m r will i-n'l?r the choral ,
..." -crM-* and hIbo 'ins a
at ''i ?" as . ?! offertory The ft- j
5. , ? ,nn.'f irak. these services splr- j
?ii.il ile\inI. hearty ami helpful. |
a:i<l tics. v !i" h? t? -ii| ili<>m enjoy them :
irrf.it'. y?i. K, .I".] visiters togeth- 1
. r M ? .i \ r 11 ? i i; men. ?nd the k-neral
>i r? . ? r.it.i! 1% tin It- ?! Sunday eve-;
n ng
VANCE MEMORIAL.
.- li b.!-1 iiim-.i II m Van-e Merr.ei-I
ri.ii chvh. i tic? ?* t ? topic "Another ;
TVm-M 1 ir Tf Vol IT* V Kot?." Dr. I
p, ..f.. >v;v r|i i, u?? p>f critical situation j
?h- 'i f rif; affairs, laying stress on the
BETTER THAN
WHISKEY FOR
BAD COLDS
New Elixir, Called Aspiron-'
al, Medicated With Latest
Scientific Remedies, Used
and Endorsed by Euro-!
pean and American Army:
Surgeons to Cut Short a
Cold or Cough Due to Cold
and Prevent Complica-I
tions.
Every Druggist in U. S. In
structed to Refund Price
While You Wait at Count-;
er if You Cannot Feel Re-;
lief Coming Within Two;
Minutes.
|
Delightful Taste, Immediate'
Relief, Quick Warm-Up. j
The sensation In the drug trad* la As* I
plronal ili>' quick noting cold and cough
reliever. authoritatively guaranteed by
the laboratories: l-sted. approved and'
int.st enthusiast!'ally endorsed by the '
highest authorities, nnd proclaimed by,
the common peopl* as ten times as quick I
and effect i ve as whiskey, rock and rye;
nriy other cold remedy they have ever i
; rlefl.
Ml drug stores arc now supplied with |
the wonderful new elixir, so step Into
the nearest drug store, hand the clerk
half a dollar for a bottle of Asplrons.1 '
and tell hlm to serve you two teasnoon
t'uls. With your watch In your hand,,
take the drink at one swallow and rail
for vour money back In two minutes If J
von cannot fed relief coming within the I
time limit. Don't be bashful, for all j
druggists invite you and expect you to
try It. Everybody's doing it.
Take the remainder of the bottle home I
?n your wife nnd bablos for Aspironal Is,
bv far the safest and most effective, the
easiest to take and the most agreeable
rold and rough remedy for Infants and
children, as well as for s dulls.?Ad v. j
I
last h<->pe of th* nations In preventing 1
another world war. I?? iho evening. at
7:30, Dr. Potter will discuss ill" lmpor I
'am topis "Tho Unpardonable Sin.
The music as rendered by the quartet :
choir w 111 be. j .
Morning'.
I Hear the Voire of Jesus Ss V." by fl
i
Huer??r.
jjtin!?I'omn J*^us Redeemer? Barl
iotit and Soprano. by Hammond.
Evening.
Anthem?Savior When Night Involves
he livening Sky, by Shekley.
Anthem ? ' > l>ord Thou Art My
Strength, by tloddard.
? i
ASTHMA
Cough, shortness of breath,
j wheezy breathing, quickly
relieved with
FOLEY'S
mm
EMtabluhtd 1I7S
Stood the test of time serving three
generations.
Free from opiates ? ingredients
? plainly printed on wrapper
Larr?t soiling cough modicino tn
^ the World,
wmmmmKcmammmmmmmmmmmmmKam
BOLD EVERY WBCEEJI
The First Spiritualist Church \
Will hold their regular service in their Temple, corner j
Maryland find N. Broadway, Island.
I;
Lyceum 10 A. M. "Evening Service at 7:30
I
KEY. WILL K. HAMMOND, Pastor
VANCE MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH^
WOO I )S I 'ALE
.'am'S Mt-aso i'otter. O. I>. inist^r
11:00 A . M/*Another World W ar? If Not, Why Not?" j
l
7:30 P. M "What .N the Unpardonable Sin?"
Organ Recital?7.15 o'clock
Sunday School?9310 A. II. Christian Endeavor?6:45 P. M.
\ 1 *
. ? \
St. James Lutheran Church
1409 Chapline Street Rev. Paul W. Nesper, Pastor |
Sunday School 9:15 .Morning Service 10:45
SERMON' ST'D.IECTS
Morning "You and Your Church"
Evening "Music in God's House" j
Special Musical Service, Evening at 7:45
Mr. Walter G. Sadler. Vocal Soloist Mis;, Mile, u Hucg? r, Violinist .
Prof <'nrl Ncstinann. Organist
St. dames' Choir. Miss Boss M^Oranahan, directing.
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR AND SUPPER
THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23
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A PROFESSIONAL BRASS QUARTET ; I
? Will assist iu a beautiful musical program under the direction of Edwin AL f i
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? POPULAR SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE, 7:30 O'CLOCK ,
' Address bv Dr. Gibson, "THE DEVIL'S WORKSHOP," a* Church Service J
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10:4-7 A. M. "To Him That Hath." Story Sermon to Juniors: "The Finger A\
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: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH !|
? THIRTEENTH AND CHAPLINE STS. SAMUEL M. GIBSON, Minister "
; ' A Cordial Invitation to Traveling Men and Other Hotel Visitors
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ST. LUKE'S P. E, CHURCH
Ho!v Cornrr'jr.:*"*n. ^ So "i. pi 1 Morning Prayer ur.d Service. 10*45 a. m.. Even
lug i'Micr ari'I Si-rvl?<?s, 7:30 ji in.. Pr ilrll'i:i;"h*in 1 Will officiate at all
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First English Lutheran Church
35 Sixteenth Street
RKV. CM AS. H. AT'RAND, Pastor
1 rv;4o A. M -.^acnhnal Service
7:30 P. M "Discontent aud Progress"
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ST. JOHN'S E. P. CHURCH
SEM. O. UIJIRT. Minister. Sunday, November 19. 1923.
Sunday School and Ruble Class 9:15 .V >L
Serman Service *. 10:45 a. M.
NO EVENING SERVICE.
Meeting' of S. CJB. Next Thursday, November 23, at 7 P. M.
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Second Presbyterian Church
Corner Market and Twentieth Streets.
PI,I N'T RROKAW FERRIS, D. P.. Minister .
Sunday School. 9:30. Morning Service, 10:4; "An .\g? Srandardizatlon."
Evening Service, 7:30, "The Curse of Gambling "
GOOD Ml'SIC A .VP A HEARTY WETA'OMK. ?
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Edgwood Park Methodist Episcopal Church
REV. GREGORY BLEAKX.EY, Minister.
Sunday .School, 3:3?. Morning Worship, 10.45.
Sermon?"Under the Juniper Tree."
f)pworth League. fi:45. Evening Service. 7.30
Se?mon?"Stand in Thy
Scmg Service of n;d Enrnllinr Songs. Miss U'i'rna U.irpfer, Organi.M. Miss
Hazel V. Sramon, Plrectrets. ,
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"Worship With Us in the Church oil the Hill"
The First Baptist jChurch
Twelfth and Byron Streets.
ARTHUR D. HILTON1, Minister
Sunday School 9: 4o A. M
Morning tVorship.... 11 A. M. Evening Service 7:->0 P. M.
Men's Baraca Class?A Live Organization. Dr. H. F. Spiliers, ;
Teacher. Meets at 9:45 A. .M.
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ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH '
9111 KABXIT STREET. RET. 8. K. 8TRAIT88, Pa?tor.
Song Service Sunday Night at 7:30
By Zion's Quartette, assisted by Mrs. Anna Hilton Otto, Vocalist,
and Howard Dernberger. Violinist
The Public is Cordially Invited
Sunday School 5:15 A. M. tlerman Sendees 10:30 A. M.
Come and worship with us. Luther League Tuesday.
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"EVERY MAN MUST BE HIS OWN SAVIOR. BE WE RE
DEEMERS; IF YE REDEEM N( >T, NONE SHALL
DELIVER"
The Folly of Believing in the Atonement
Sermon by REV. HARRY TAYLOR at
First Unitarian Church
1129 Eoff Street (North of Twelfth)
SUNDAY MORNING AT 11
Fourth Street Methodist Church
1211-15 Cbapline Street South of Twelfth Street
CLARENCE E. ALLEN", Pastor
Tou are cordially invited to worship. No finer music In Wheeling.
Preaching by the Tastor, 10.15 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. In the evening Dr.
Allen will draw some spiritual lesson? from a day he spent on the Sahara
desert.
"A Day on the Desert"
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They say Key. \\\ H,. Fields, Pastor of First Christian Church, is
so aecomntbdating that if the telephone girls would attend he
would take his text from the book of Numbers.
Morning Service 10;It0 Evening Service 7.30
I Hickinbotham";. Harmonists at all services, and in Sabred Concert at?. 15
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First Christian Church
I'll2 MARKET STREET
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FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Chapllna St., ona door North of Fo*t Offlc*.
Charlon H. Robinson, Pastor.
0 "0 A. M HiMe ScIi.ki! Vdult Claoser. t"r M?n and Women
1 rt:45 A. M Divine Worship
7:30 I\ M I)lv1ne Worship
At the morning service Rev. O. M. Puller. Superintendent of the West
Virginia Anti-Saloon Dengue, will sp^ak on I .aw Enforcement In the State.
In the evening the pastor will preaeh
A CORDIAL. INVITATION* TO AIR.
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ST. MATTHEW'S PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH
isrh and Chaplin* St*. R. XS. X?. STRXDEB, X). D., Raetoi
MORNING SERVICE ? J 11:00 A. 1VL
Sermon: "Christian Enthusiasm"
EVENING SERVICE 7:30 P. M..
Sermon; "liirity of Life"
Othor Serviced: Holy Communion, S A. M.; Church School. 9.30 A. M.
PUBLIC CORDLVLLY INVITED
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