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?LECTR1CITV TA'-''HT BT EX
PERTS. Earn >? . -tir. ;)*.
home. Elect: ul r. a:.i IV't L->
? ?ons i'r*e. S m- k -*r.i >? I
"posjucn ?. .? i: ????. \\: ?< ' ? Catci En
dneer Cook-. Lawrence Ave. < ?
cagcx Novls-i;
WAXTKL1- 5 5. 'pi t r tw ?i:u 1 is
ha<l rxi-erOi k '? p.irnt't'n; -? '?-*i
trio material. stat- ?-x;?ct ??n--; anil
salary ?.v :? -1 -iil'iross li. A. ?*. i s
Intelligent.. r Novii-i
WANTEl>?V'vins: a; an with
kao.vio'ici- v.svi;- ;t
wir&iDK and 1 vti11;:ifixtures. a g'Hil
opportunity - ;hc r.k'.u :u*u. Address
I>. E. 6. car..- :j tall.tvavju. Nov lad
WANTED?E'-??rienced a.on tor s.neec
na!U wora .'Ueh as ltvVi.LERS,
ROUCHEKS. IIKATr.RS. CATCHERS.
.MATCHERS. JtiiKLK iS. etc. A ltlress
or call a; the office of Car..insi>urs
Steel and Iron jr*?. Canoii>burt{.
Penneyivan.a. Oct-?-t
BARBER LU SIN ESS RATS?Learn It.
8hort course. Catalog ma.led (r?e.
Moler Barbrr Collet*. 311 h. ofh 85..
Clncianail. Oct2l-n>o
WANTE D?B O . 8
TO SELL.
THE INTELLIGENCER
mornings
B & F O RE SCHOOL
Office 1505 Market St.
WAMIED?iTMLALE
WANTED?Yourc lad;-* for
office work. Knowledge of
i?hur:ha;id and typewriting
necessary. Address Per
manent care Intelligencer.
Nov IN-l
AVANTED?.Mauls and Path Maid*
Hotel Windsor, ,-ic ilou^ek-n-', .
Nov'. T-'.j'
WANTED?Lady u* stenographer
bookkeeper. Call Xllm iituvc 11 : ?;*
appointment. Nov :7-i
y.->a suk
FOK County. ?v Jo
farms t- r ?-???- Any <tv- kind, or
price, t or pa-r'< uiars a-ilier-a. S. \\
Reynolds. K< ut*: No. U, N>w Philadel
phia. Ohio.
r>. r-.s Vov-4-l! ?$-2o Pec-7
OHIO FARMS r-ar Cincinnati; any
size: f.ne iwr'.-tv schools,
eas*- :- s- :d t>>r ?.st; ad-ires?.
Hopkins .<? U-'oUr. i-u. Kit"; >.
clnaat:, Ohio. No>iv s
FOK SANK?i-room hou*?. N r'h Man
Street. Wltl take sec ml-hand auto :i .
part puvuiv.... p. UjX i.T \\ .iceling
Nov I s-v; j
FOR SAKE?15-and r.ovs liurrougii*
Add:ng tn.-u hire*. add : g capacity U* ? -
00" Price reasonable. K. u. lb car.- In
telligencer. NovlT-:a
FERRETS Foil JJAL.E. W. Soidan '?>'
17th Street?. N'ovl7-j
FOK SALE?Six fine Chester White
Pigs. 7 vo-?.ks old JO ea--h. C'l.v'
brood sow $ii" kid. Pwtley, Cc lar <: ?
.Elm Grove. W. Va. Novio-l
FOR SALE?Go?i run oi mine a ii
a screen coaL lti 'iic 4u. M Wheel- j
PNov4-r'
I
FOR SAKE?Very cheap.
125 H- F. Cooper Corilaa
Engine and equipment, in
firs: class cond.tion. John
W. Eeltz. cor. Path and Eoff
Sta. phone Us. 'SeptU9-U0t
70S &?M
FOR RENT?Four large rocrrs ar.d
bath. Large Lawn. Out p: ?
$4v per month V p Wendle. S*e- nrod
Place. I uouj 4 - -1; Woodsdaie.
Nov 15-i
FOB SALE - AUTOMOBILES
TRICK FOR SALE?Five-ton neei
bod} h> d"a u i!c hoist a I c flit I n.
Cheap to q.iCfv bujer. J C. I'lalzgiaf
Globe Hotel. Eeltaire. Ohio. Nov 14-1 ?
FOR SALE?13'-'? Maxwell roadv*r in '
excellen; cond'tson. Phv n lilt:* |
Wheeling x.Mi-r
WAUTID-MISCELLANEOUS.
WANT EL'?o -e -prd w *
private family. Apply at IW" U ???.<
St., C ly. N 17 - ,
DIED :
CEOHAN?C?n T.tur.-lr. Nov*
175U at 7:41 a j* Pc- M iron. 1
Mich.. MISS MAK'iAK ir CL'MIAN.
interment at Port Huron.
RUECKI to?1 *ii M ? un.- -la em1 ? r
15. 19UU. at Hi -" a rti . j: lo r .V tic
on th-" c?d * Pike, west f Bridgeport.
KATHElilNE KN?'i.LI.IXGKR. wife1
of Will ain P.uecal". ?? <-r 7 ii year
Funeral at Paul.- Lutheran!
church. Stop ?>. IL?ri"u llridge
port. Friday aft^rr. a> , ?>vi.,,-fc. t
Friends of the family .a-, r.-.j ??. at. I
tend. Interment Weeks '.enc t-ry.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Louis liertscfay
TTTN?BAI- DlJi?LTOfi
yKITATl CH.VPai.
So*. ilM ANU 1134 iTIlCZ7
? C*k?
O. 9- MXUIt^MX 'FSoa. MSSA
[" WATKINS & CO. |
Fujurc*. AiiAMCLuia au u iau?iu?u
tittHn.iOA4. A O.U41 Lu4y?s AAUd
|MUi OL
YbesMi
CA*p?l 40
F? ML V. M<~U AOlal 3V41.i|
te /
1LTMEVEE & McCOV
X~UHiUkAJU BXSLDEHOF
FtItau Pax ion iBd Qatiii koumi
Offtc* Fiona 3 9 7. 14U? *t Soft Si
?Kit C*Ua 18 9 1 ox 8 41
? >
GAEL J. KEPNEE
Mendel Funeral Home
1308 CHAPLiNE ST.
Wheeling, Went Virginia
ifuneral Home ^ol7-18i8
Phone |^eiilcience 1106
PRIVATE CHAPELS AND
GUEST ROOMS
? ? ' ' mj
WANTED?TO RENT
WANTKD-Tli'f# or four unfurnished
r--.-n>$ :: c.*> Ai'Ir'ss !>? M. car*
Inr?*!I gciver. N?-c 1 o -'.n
WANTED TARM
\V VNT T> > ITEAK fr-ni owner having i
farm for sale; give particulars and
lowest price. John J. Plack. ("hiapfwa i
lal's, Wisconsin. N'ovl <-C5Pec'3 |
j
TOE SALE?HOUSEHOLD GOODS I
_____
F<iR SAl-K- Sec-n Piece !\orv Red
Room Suite. Kcnutlfii! and a bargain
A'so .l.i-athor Havflpport. Call War-1
wood Ti-M. NovlS-i |
t WANTED?AGENTS
' T7:RIPT:CAS CART'S AR.-r.ts cm!
make <i'". daily ?.-l'inK our Personal
. Creetlng Cards. l.arge profits. No risk.;
Outfit supplb d fro.-. Lrradale Marthr
lomcw, -St. Albans. Vt. Novli g
WANTED?MADE AND EEHALI
1 WAXTHlX?Men or women, salary $50. ?
full time $1 "'I an hour spare time sell-j
?Ire guaranteed hosiery direct to wearer.;
c ",t< n. silk, heather mixtures. Inter-j
j national Mil'*. Nerrbstown. Pa. NoviS-g,
WANTED?TO BUY.
RAGS?Tfighi'st price* pal.l fop second- !
I hand burlap and cotton bags. Freight
1 allowance < ? :i large shipments Send
dft. rlptlort for uu-'f ation. Richmond
15a* Co.. Richmond. Va. NovlS-22
LOST LliD TOUND.
$5.00 UnVAUP for return of shell '
g'asses tn black care. Propped on
Kim Grove Car Tuesday morning. Phono
I Woodsdate 2D4-J. XovlS-g I
XXSCELLANZOUS
I
WANTKP to borrow- $500. short time on
| good security. Will pay premium. '
Address. Joo care Intelligencer. I
Nov 11 -r j
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
MONEY IV GRAIN'. $t::>o buys Guar
antees on 1"." ?> bu. wheat. NO FFK-j
TUKit RISK. Movement of 5c oppor- j
tuaity take J 5 K\ JioO: etc. Parttcu-1
tars. market letter free. INVKSToUf-V '
{?All-V Gt'lPtl, s-S Pwlght Rldg. Kan-1
s-'.ts City. Mo. NovlS-I5Dec2 j
MONMV IN iMTTON'?S'9 buys Guar-!
an-ees >r. 20 bales Cotton. NO FCR
T11 KK RISK. M--ven-cnt of $10 bale op-i
portunity take $!bH? etc. Partlcu!ar-?,|
market letter free. Investors Guide, j
ltoom S2S "-3 Wall St.. New York.
Nov!S-25Dec2-9'
t'XFSt AL Of*I*OKTT'NITY to purchase.'
All cash retail grocery and meat rr.ar
l.-t In the h-nrt of 'he business sect'r-n
St- i envi'.le, i >1' o Gt/od ion*?, rea
sonable t'nt a large r.<?'-n ."bixlSi'i a'.sn
garage. For further Information call
M B. Weln?teip. Owner, care The Gat-do
Co. S* Cla'rsv ille, Ohio Phone I
lit"', for appointment. NovlT-m j
PERSONAL
PROSTRATE AND BLADDER Trouble.
ris'ng often at nigh: rapidly over
t-i'tne. New simple. scientific method.
Inexpcnsivc. Las.iy used. Results or
money back. Riles and co <:lpat!on
jiuickly relieved by this tneth"d. Many
enthusiastic patrons in Wheeling at d
vicinity. Sec Jo* Bero, Distributor.
Sit 15. Jacob St.. Wheeling. W. Va Manu
factured only by the Electro The-mal
Company. 4ti) Ilitrd Bldg., Steubenv Ulo.
Ohio.
Nov :-4-;-9-u-i4-i6-is-:t-:3-:5-:s-so
moroant6WN ft WHEELING RAIL- I
WAY COM2*A: "V.
STOCKHOLDERS' CALL FOR STE
CI AI. MEETl.Vt; OF STOCKHOLDERS.
We. the undersigned, owning more
iba.n one-fo'irtU of the capital stock of
th,. Morcantow 11 A- Wheeling Railway
Company a corp 'ration created, organ
ized and existing under and by virtue
of the laws of the State of Weft Vtr
g.r.:a. do hereby call a meeting of the i
stockholders of the said Morftar.town & :
Wheeling Railway Company, to be he d ^
at the principal office of the Company i
on '.he fourth floor of the Bank of j
Morgmtown Building, in the law offices
of hil'issc"OK ?'iiasscock, on Monday,
the nth day of December. 1912, at one;
o'clock to th.e n:'ferno"t\. for the pur- '
pos? of electing Directors ? f the said ?
Company and for the -an?a*t' .n of any j
r b is.n. 51 wtv.ch may pr 'periv come ?
t'efore ?.v.d meeting, - r any adjourn- i
men: r r adj"urnmei:ts 'hereof, and j
widen might be transacted a' art an- ?
nual meet i; of th* stockh'dders of 1
rh.%-a.d Company th- ' m? for holding
?i.e annua! meeting having passed wl?h
our ?.* oir held
Pared this 4'h day ? f November. 1922.
M' 'R'JANT'.IWN" C. ?KPORATB >N
bv
W II CONAW \T.
Sec. and Tres
T V TH"MPS'?N,
W H CON A WAV.
r: HCOH .'ARVIS,
? >11N F 11111.1.1:'?.
?t"I.KE M HIT!-:
tii. g more than ..s,-.fourth ?.? the
' tb.* M'Tgant'jw n and Wheeling
lis Iway Company
? "HAill.Hs \ CoOpWIN.
(",!.ASS??< 'K A- HI.ASSCt x"K
.\*t :??-}- {? r .ii J". - t amed stookhold
N"Vl l-l?-25De -2
ORLER OT PUBLICATION
Tim State of West Virginia. ?*'h:o i
County. ?si In the cir?*u t Court ??f ?
tybio C.-iirity. West \ irgfta. Novem- I
'.wr Rules. 1922.
Mary Mad'-iyt: St. ? a:r an infant under ;
the age of twenty-one ? >-.,r.t hv David !
A M K".- |>er next friend, plaintiff.
In Chancery Divorce
Harry St. Clair, defe idant.
--r ,?.j? ??? i* ?? Is sui' - t*. eMail a
dlvorci .i vinculo triatrimonlj f- r the :
plaint ff 'r?T. the drfetdar: ar.d ' at the
plain'iff may b-- forever free.i fr >m the
hands of matrimony now existing t -
t w?, a the plaintiff an! ferdar, ?
And it a; i earing frc-tn an affidavit)
filed in sa d cause at these Rules, that i
th. d- 'ciul.'i ? t H.i rr> t'lair " riot a
I resident of the State of W'cv Virginia,
land !.e not having been served with |
r? in said suit, ? tt motion of the '
plaintiff h* counsel, t! v order of pub- '
| !ica;: ?... i> entered against him. and it's ;
i ordered that 'he said defendant, above i
named. and ho is required to appear i
within ..t.e month after the date of c i
fast piblicat 'U , f tills order and do
what is necessary to pr.ite. t his in
terests. It Is further ord,red that this
i order be published ar.d posted as re
; quired by law.
W.tress. John L. "Rnghorn, Clerk of
? our said Court, at the Court House of
? "aid County, tt 's Sth day of November.
| 1922. ?" wit: November Rules. 1922.
Published the first t.me November
I lith. 1922.
JOHN L. KINO HORN. Clerk
A!i"i: JOHN I. KINOHORN. t'lerk
| D A M-'Ke". ,\'ty. for plaintiff.
Nov i 1-1 s 25' Dec2
Rnsurrrrlloii blant If a club moss of j
! Mexico, which dries up Jn u ball if re
I niov?*d from w;il?*r.
| '
1 DBITllY |
SISTER OF WHEELING
WOMAN PASSES AWAY
Mrs. Jesse H i 'k.us
ulf? of Cieorge Ha skins. and si-'t-r ??
Miss t >.l:i Klynn of u H . 1 ???*. dtrd
'.??r<1a> a: a ? "lurkshiim ? W. Va ? Ji? ? -
;?!taI following ?'n Optra!'
Mrs Raskins wax '.!>?? daughter ? '!
Charles Klynn of l'arket"d. urv. wli.ro
two brothers am! Two sister* r.-shh.
Mr !l.i?kir.? Is caretaker at the > ?-i-k
?Witnw-u'n < "hrlstIan Association n utw
ramp, southeast, of Clnrksb trg Cur
son. Foster. also nriiirs.
BODY TO nUSHUt O.
T'.. body of Mr? Susan I'm n lap. ".1
years ..Id, of I"u*hing. ".. \vlp? d:e.i "es
terday at the Ohio Valley 1 len.uni
?.i>ai .?n T ties,lav In a serious r* ^di'ion.
a ft or noon wh?"o funeral f.er vires wR!
bo held ?? il burial mail"
Mrs. r>un!ap was n<lr?>irfto 'bo hos
pital on Tuesday i na serious rum! '.on
Shr nas a iv'dow an.! 1.? survive.J l?y or?
son.
3CRS. RUTH JXNRTNS.
Word has '.men received hero of !v*'
devh ,.f Mrs Ruth Jenkins, mother-:
law of Mrs J.on riini'ivn*. formerly of
Wheeling, a' T*hila<lo!ph!:i on Vovrnb":
1 Mrs. .ler.klns wii?. welt known h.o"o
anil enjoye.l a host of friends
BXirwrOOD SOLDITR DITS.
Tile body of William I Seullcv. World
war veteran of Re.n.voed. wIm .tied
Wednesday at the h'..r* Rtyard <N>w
Mex'.eo) hospital of Injuries -uff.re.i
during th"> reeent war. w'H arrive m
Ren woo,j ,m Tuesday, according to la
formation reoe've.l here.
IM n era I services will probably be con
ducted Wednesday at the fani.lv l orn..
13'14 High street. Interment will be
made in. Mt. Olivary cemetery.
HICKS PTJNTRAL.
Funeral serv.ees for I'. \ 1 ticks, car
penter .* Marshall ooun.'y. vvh" dle.l
Thursday at the Valley .'teneral
hospital. w!!l probably ! I*??!?l this aft
ernoon a" tils home on Main street,
Cameron.
Mr Hicks wr'-ted '? ' ? trad* as
carpenter of the r a Railroad com
pany. but had been a ' tor for several'
ntont't*. Resides a widow. '? sur
vived by two sons, Harvey cashier of
the Rnt.k of Cameron, and Car" P. & "
te>trranh operator a* the tower 4r
Wl e?din.g
O'DONNILT, r'JNXEAL
Pincra! service* r ? William J
rull. form?rlv of Wheeling and father
f Mrs. Ido l's ! line, ?!' ? rli??<.! it
Oklahnm i Cl!v fo'h-ui 'r>e :? brief !'?
????>??_ m ;|* |-e f
Won I of the death of Mr A'ponnelT
\s:i% t .?>,) hero on Thur*diy. .in-!
.Mr* P'-innla ine left vesterd.iv *o u' ?
trrd th.- funeral.
KUEHXBORJf SERVICES
Thin aff'-rr >r,n 7:3" o'clock a? f
faniilx h?*m> at 3^"'> strot. fun
eral serviri s w 111 hi. luM f.ir Mrs (,-i'h
r-iro Kurhlborn. wh ?'????! Tuesday,, fol -
''?wini; a brief lllnesn. lie*. .\. i*.
Hascha of the S*. ['puis I Ivan pel lea I
ohtiri-Ti. will of:K*ia:o li.irta] will i"I
iutv in Mt. Zion cemetery.
HART OBSEQUIES
Funeral services t.-r Miss Marpnrof
Hart. ?ho filed Werlrusda? . will 1 t,'M
thin n.' rnltic a' the family home.
J r\e- h ?rtn*et Hng';|i':r h!i:h ma an w'l!
he celebrated at o".k a: the St.
J -si pli'i cathedral. 1 :tt? rateitt will he
made In Mt. Calvary.
Former Ambassador
Sharp Passes Away
Flv;ii A. Nov if?William Grave*
Sharp, former amo.i.??ndor to France,
died at It's home lure -mertly before
ii.tuti t...!a> M. Sharp l??v ! hen ili f#C
day?
M*? Sharp wh'> v i i" : >'?" ?"a)
months i>. I * ? i . ? . . - r siimimot .11 tlt?
Intvre , -.i j. 1..I1 Tin ! .11 r-l'ap ' ?
j !'rii-:n!.s li.'nl -i. ? wry w-M : in
Ml i>f t!i?- tlx* Sharp ohlldr. a w> -re
S.1HI Iiir.l.e.} to Vs \ ? ??teril I >
when ins i*niii| 111. .ji : 1 ? ???'! i ? ? 11 - Mr.
Sharp was \ri:? ? 1in aaiha--.I'l-'i :?>
Frame ill.- V ?MS. : ?; . .:i Farts
! 'tis th? World war II r.-i-nrne.l ' :
: i?'St ;.(||.u: :l J..-1S a fo r th" Vrrni t. o
. was pistil I
Mr Sharp- ?? -tk! ' ????! ? a mir wm
W is SUTH.H-1..1I, ||." Car riiiis'iirill.'Ti !i\ th"
ilMi-ta! lis i'll v - : ? ' 1 ji s. I".Mi .-.111111 .ill
Mr Sharp w . s |..-r:i .1' .V-'-unt ? ; lea l,
nil'-.. ||.? p.irrt?'s u.i-.' ili- .il l
M e!n < Ir.iv. . Sharp. li ? iii Mh-'i'il
U I spent 11, V :;T1 ? I ;
he 1 ? a so Shnp
rii 'v.d with 'lis pram; parents
tii-.'I entered the ;>uI.:;.t - i -."N her?.
A!';.? '.r w .'is p r.i illl'i' "i| hipll
s'-'i>--i 1 ? .I- t.i :al..- m;i I.iw ami
entered the 1 t'ivcr;??!?> Mil -. :n. In
IS-*; lis was si ail'.ia;???! '? >"? !?? w
department t?f tha' institution and w is
.ni mi t t.<J t . iV V.! r ? -r 1 ?*?: ???.
Fti'-orai .?rrv-.-'s wi'! ! ;.e;<| I'm
shurpe honm in :v tie\.t Monday at'.or
tu? n
T. .. sr 1 tp*- 1 ! v . ' r? In" t ? ?
l oix-'d tonight f -nti .?'! car's of the
w .?r*0.
Mr Sha-pe is t aV?--i Ft Mednosdav.
V 1: his . ,..n ? ?? .'i.ti?! I. r.'.t
serious unM! v. st.-trliy Ho spent a
ros'less tiirlit lift r-pnt :i-i! praduallv
i.r.nv w i.r; e His i.v ? ??lilWlroii were
Willi Irrn w lion t'i ? inl came.
!r 1! IV i". iimtf a sp i"rtl:s*t. stim
rpifir.1 from t "i-vr'.-i ml. : i"! that the loi
rs diate o.'i'isa ,.f M" S'.-irj>. -s .loath
wa< lileh Id-.ed pros, uv vi'.h a sp'timl
imrv.nis hro.aV:.I.iwii.
Mr. Sharpo w-s In'oraatlotially prnm
in-nt. liavliis sorv.-.i as .irnhassailor to
Franco f?.r Cvo ivo.ar*. 1 jr !n 1'arla
tiirouKlunt4 '. !to war
T5TTP.TO?7 (.-BEEN.
Mrnint V.-rii ?>. V V.. Nov. IT.?T?ur- I
1..n tiroon, coniit.ts.-r an.l pianist who
has !????? t. Ill for tho last s!\ w.-oks. ili.-.l
tonltrht. "His nit'.-. Ir.Mio l'"ratikt:ri, 11?
.?i.-ri-ss, htirrio.l !: <1110 from I'hlcnpo s. v
1 days ;.u.) when ,.-ws r.-afhed h'-r
??*' his sit .-lis c.ifiilitio::, Tlu-v lia-1 b.-ult
i niiirriod fiftoor. years.
fJro.'ti s: 1:11" 1 r? ? ? 1 1 hri ak.l-iw n in Franco
ilcr.np '!:? war. when his wife an 1 )m
were p. ''????ni.t ?r f -- the Ameri-vm
?to..ps. H f-illv lie
uas |?,.rn '-. lirand llip- H. Mi-hipan. t
| DEATH RRCORD j
Former Ams?adr>r to Fran.-a W1I
'|s rp Orav-" . Sharpo. I" yri?, Ohio
Jinrto., i- .or-;., -. r an..! planltP, ,
Ml Vert r. N V
iriti l. i'.;.- 1. Wriph*. f .rtn.-r s.:ri-?- j
; tarv of ?:.r >'\-P" vernor of tho!
I'llllippine. Meltiph: T- Ml
SOFT COAL OPERATORS
(Conttnnod from Pap? One)
an opportunity to consider the pro
posal and niitke a reply at that time 1
John I.. Lewis, president of the
1
l'nitt-d Mine Workers. Is understood
? ailitr in tho day to lirve a
siiKfip.stii'n to adjourn the oonfereuco.
maintaining tliar suclt a tuovo would
result in talk of a strike with an in
cr< ;iM' in < oal prices. foi which In* said
the up* tutors wouM he responsible.
P was uiulerstooil that the operator*
planned to no In-re 4. two
days in advance of the r? sumption of
the joint conference, which was to
convene attain lirccinhcr <> if th?
miners aviii oil. Illinois operators also
plant;. <1 a meeting in the interim to
dpi n. s the ? ituaiIon moon:: theiu
S. Ives.
.1 - <Ii >i lewis, president r-t tho
I iiitisl M .no W .-i 'si-r-- e. A tni rtt-a, aiel
i' II i'ltia.i, ei Tern* Haiite. lud., an
oper;ii..r v.li., acted as ctia? rtna:i nf the
c. Ill fore'lCe. ts'.'IO't tile fell' 11g Jrti V t.
statement when the meeting adjourned:
-Til." .i-uni < osui.P-. -a operators
a id n:! tn ' s ha v a ih v ? a fd ? self d: iigelit -
l> ih. aia11? is i\.r vvhh h the ?? ??nven
tl-ai was called .Sam" sub-iantinl pre
yif.-s ens In-, n made ami there are
Cr niels t"i" heii^vcKif? that at a later
d.il. a d- 11 *1 i?e program eari I??? agrO'i
?ipon t-v representatives nf th- ..pera
ters ami in.iters in .mJi r t>. gtv e ad
ditional . >ns:deration the matters in \
hand tie- commit toe has unanimously
agreed ? > t.aVr a recess nr til Wednesday
r>ec mher when w ? v. ill convene again
In 'his rltv."
rence which' has hern in
progress lor lour days, .oils lered half a
do.ten s'.u Kestior.s f..r R basis for wii???
negotiations to he started in .tanuary.
TV-si 'i.e'udid national agreements, dis
trict agreements, negotiation* on the old j
central competitive tlehj basis ami ne
gotiations on the central competitive
in hi plan with the addition of Western
Kentucky, Central I'ennsylvanla and I
West Virglnin.
The operators and miners went home !
tonight with the central competitive
tic 1 ? I basis as the outstanding favorite.
Whether (hi.- plan will ho adopted Is
not known but both operators and
miners expressed hopes that an agree
ment might be reached on the central
competitive field basis.
Today's conference recessed after
Pre., i lent I.evv'.s was at first reported to
have voiced opposition to an adjourn
mrnt and after a now -ubeonimlt'ce of
operators had pen named when the or
iginal subcommittee appointed r? > r-.n
fc- with the m:tiers failed to reach an
agreement.
The operators will meet here two days
preceding resutnt tion of the joint con- i
forenee and It was also announced that j
tlie Illinois operators will meet here
next Friday to canvas* the situation
, end attewpt to reach an agreement aa
i to th* attitude of Illinois operators.
| PRISON SYSTEM
(Continued from Pajc One)
1 t'-r'disregard for lan* by those officials
j a worn t<? enforce It, anil the plea of law
yers an<| others for the repeal of Imvs
simply because they choose, Io dfsrc
rrnrd them, ami r.>i manufacturing
criminals instead of making better ci.i
?:? r.s hv our present criminal system.
Would Change Courts.
Huntington, W. Ya . N*n\ IT.?Three
amendments to the state constitution
were recommended Krlday ti.'oti in the
concltidliig sessions of tin* th.rty-elgJiih
annual meeting of the West Virginia.
State liar association in the circuit
court room of the Cabell county court
house. The adoption of two of tee reso
lutions was Included in the acceptance
of the report of t he commit tee 011 judicial
administration and legal reform but the
third occasioned considerable contro
versy. It was fostered by G. Dillon.
The abolition of all Intermediate and
Inferior courts with some reservations,
the transfer of jurisdiction In probate
and other kindred matters from the
county courts to the clreuit courts; and
permission to be granted to the state
legislature to assess Intangible property
by another classification than that of
other property, were points contained In
tiie resolutions.
On the recommendation of a com
mittee therefor a standing committee
| was appointed to prepare and submit
j those constitutional amendments to the
j next session of the legislature.
A section of the committee's report
dealt with the proposed constitutional
I changes with reference to taxation in
I the state, but recommended no resolu
| lions concerning it.
I Mr. Dillon's proposed amendment was|
j passed after a long debate on the
phrasing am] limitation of the power
vested in the -? jt? legislature ta rais*
I the tnx schedules. Adherents to tha
I amendment m?:nti??n'd the evils which
? th-- present system of taxation has
( lirotiirht about, principally as regards
I intangible property. The tax on in
; tangibles is so sive it was pointed
out that many persons failed to sched
j tile tti?in on reports, while tangible
? property being impossible conceal,
imre the burden of the taxation along
with what Intangible property was
scheduled. .
Following the adoption of the thr-?e
resolutions tributes were paid to tha
1 follow it:c d'cercser] members who had
? passed a\v: y since the li'Cl meeting ad
| the Far association:
' Iri Memory of?
.lud-e U. K. Keller James F. Brown
Judge fj. J. Williams Henry Gilmer
.1 Hop Woods A. L. Saw tell
, W. I' Hubbard I a C Anderson
. Wiiliam Bomhart
j Orator:?
i w. K. Matthews .Trhn H. Holt
' Fred O. Blue C. s. Dice
Foorge F. Frl.-e J. J Conlff
Z. T. Vinson D. W. Strothey
; Clyde 13. Johnson
FOR RENT
. Modern fi rooms, furnished. Lenox.J9fl
Garage. 309 Coal Street 4
, Office, near City Building 17
' GRANER REALTY CO.
39 Sixteenth St. Phone 414
Auto and Tire In vara nee.
$7,500.00
Will buy this mod re n s'x-roomed house
, with garage for two cars, situated on
' corner lot in Edgdale. Possession at
, once.
i PAUL & JACKSON
I 401 Wheeling Bank ft Trnet Bid*.
Our Bargain List
A few splendid homes at bargain prices.
.V. Main St.. 7 rooms arid bath.... 6,300
S. Front St.. i rooms and bath... .47,200
Jacob St.. S rooms and bath...... 5,300
Roff St., 5 rooms and bath 4.500
Vine St.. 2 houses, 5 A ?? rooms.. 5,300
Ewing St.. 7 rooms and bath 3,500
If you are in the market for a busi
ness properly or a .home. call on us.
Insurance. Money to Loan.
QUARTER SAVINGS & TRUST CO.
WEXZUNO. W. TA.
Ask for MB. CBOOMAV
LOTS
Edgedale, 2 large lots, both $2,800
Hawthorne Court, lot 90x270 ft.
$6,500
Birch Lynn, lot 65x120 ft..$5,300
Birch Lynn, lot 60x120 ft..$5,000
Security Trust Co.
1143 Market St. Phone 308
I PARKERS
HAIR BALSAM
SrAp*HairFal!lEir
Ra-atore* Color and
Bcioty to Gray and Fadnd Hair
6<v Si *"> *' t'rjrirVta
rur, t TV * ? r?vh???q? v V.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
TJir diamo.v* i:h.imi. a
jTlJV Udlrtl *?k Jnur /A
? Si. [vift 4 M-cli?.(rr ? DIuhihii] Krand/^V\
pr> fins in tiru ?? ? t-oia Pfuincxy/
/J| N>?e*. ? 'th Ri.'^oo. \ f
M T?k? ?n other Tlur ?? jour
TJr I>ni?lM. A^ft< III-CffKH-TFIt';
J I)IAM??\!? lilt \ N il PIU.R, for Sv
y y-sr>knc?ms Hilt.Safest. AUtys RdUMs
SOLD BV DftLCGlSIS EVERYWHERE
At Warwood I
??) Wirwiv->d :tvnup A tram" house
' ?r\rn r-i'.ith. ir.'is. ?. eetric
teli!*. ??;ik liri i.a Is. nil r?-oms
private. fir.?tt:?\ :aundry, ftirn
:ir:? I r- a- ;? f li? -. ITnporty
-s.* \ :j yi-.irs ?>lil .a:..I ifi e ?o-l repair.
Price Reduced $0,20(XCO
Hesse & Kirchner Co.
Member Wheeling Real Eista'e Board
15-lltb Street Phone 471
? ' ??J
Ohio Farm for Trace
17 A. 1 r. house. Barn and other bu'.ld
? rigs. a great bargain at JI.5C-0. rl 17
hour". good condition. rural. ^arn. frr
t 1. land, timber, suma rr?j'.\ ricv tr.ar
ke.t. 11? A at M.:? ({ .'luUf-e,
larg ? harm other buildings, fruit, Itm
noo ft. saw timber. sandy loam so.i.
? asy i:liag'-. tiwi'.ers will trade atiy and
4!! ">t th?'sc farms at:d take fti city proji
.?rtv. jiutniTioMlev. ??to., as part
pay. If Interested, .vr.lo fi>r fuller de
.svTtptli'ti and free Cutal-'g of Ohio
l-'ai iu s.
H. H. Misters Farm Agency
CAMBRIDGE, OHIO
For Sale
Five-room hou.-o in <omm1
"ondition. vi^o nnn
Wrist Wheeling
FOLMAR-ROKINE CO.
321-2 Whcr. Bank b Trrift Bldij.
Wheeling, W. Va.
\Ownyour home
^WHEELLV6 SWTN6SeLOA\TAS$OCL\nON - ^ J \
| wmmmBammmammm
c *\
5 rooms and hath, corner lot 30*100
Price $5500
Modern Home in Martins Ferrj
o, c. FRANTZ
413 6th St., JCartins Terry Phone 384
C /
FOR "SALE
A choice building lot, 6f>xl25 feet,
on Vista street near Echo Point Bta- j
Hon. Taved street, cement walk. No i
tilling w hen you corao to build.
Tatum Si Co.!
Room 6, City Bank Building, Phone 664 j
!
" y
Front Office Room j
FOR RENT
i
i
Immediate Possession
Second Floor I
Intelligencer Building
|
Apply to ' !
WHEELING DAILY
INTELLIGENCER
I
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"i i
. Auction! Auction!
Monday, Nov. 20, 2 0'Clock P. M. (Eastern Time)
On the Premises at
CAMBRIDGE, OHIO
TRUSTEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY
The Pfau Manufacturing Co.'s !
Florentine Pottery i
ENTIRE PLANT AND OUTFIT
Land, Building, Machinery, Materials,
Chemicals, Shop and Office Fixtures, etc.
The Florentine Plant at Cambridge, Ohio, is one of the most modern
ar.d fully equipped potteries for making
FLORENTINE 1
VIT.ftEOUS EARTHENWARE CLOSETS AND BOWLS,
which is well known to the trade.
The bui'dmg is 5 years old, fully up to date, with good light and
vrnti'ation. and is suitable for any kind of pottery or for any other
manufacturing purposes. Cambridge, Ohio, is on the- B. & O. and
Pennsylvania Railways, electric lines and the National Highway.
By order ef the United States District Court: HON. CHARLES T.
GREVE. Referee: PHILIP ROETTINGER, Trustee; HARRY B.
MACKOY and HENRY B. STREET, Attorneys, Cincinnati, O.
Open for inspection any week day from 8:00 A. M. to 4 P. M. For
any further information apply to MR. FRED J. ARBENZ ?r MR.
C. C. COSGROVE. at Cambridge, Ohio.
AUCTION CATALOG ON REQUEST
THE EFFRON fO.
| AUCTIONEERS 8.
* No. 334 Main St., Cincinnati, Ohio
i ' i
Twentieth Street
WARWOOD
Modern Bungalow: Living r.. Dining
r.. Kitchen and Reception Hall, 1st
floor?two Bed Rooms, Bath and large
presses, 2nd floor. Laundry, porc.hee.
Oarage all In first class condition. J
i Possession Dec. lUth. iTlre $9,000. ,
; Wheeling j
Third Floor, Wheeling Steel Corp. Bldg. I
fhoii a?65 I
; NOW IS THE TIME |j
To Make Arrangements to Build or
Xemodel Your Moms.
I will make plan;, estimate the
cost, free of rha:ge, provided I cian
secure the contract or sell the ma
terial.
My prices are the lowset la the
city.
I can secure ><u a loin for a
'easonahle amount.
JOHN W. BELTZ
Cor. 19th and Eoff Streets
Phone Whg. 36.
1
rE D G E W 0 0 D? ~ 1
Stucco house of eight rooms and bath. f) rAA fl
modern; large lot
CALDWELL-CSURILLA CO.
212 Chaplin# 9k Opuilsf Thorn# 710
V M#mb#r Wfc##Uaf Bui Xrtat#
TO* SAXB.
^ 10-acre fruit farm, has 6 room house agd AAA
big barn. All kinds of fruit $VjVvtP
New 6-room hous# In Warwood, just AAA
Rmbeing finished ^OjUUU
r- Three ftve-room houses In War wood, Just TC CAA
^Ui b*lB* flnlah*d fU,OUU
BUSINESS LOCATION
Three storv building on Main near Twelfth.
GEO. J. MATHiSON & SON
Real Estate and Insurance 1306-8 Market Street
Members Wheeling Real Estate Board
"Worthless Rental Receipts"?Own Your Home
A modern 8-roomed home on South Front St., reduced to $7,800.00
A modern 5-rooraed home on Delaware St., for only $3,200.00
FULTON BANK AND TRUST CO.
Phone# Wcodbdala 380 and 839W.?Wh##llnj 3588 W.
YES?W* SBLL INSURANCE
Maryland Gt.?9 rooms, bath> electric light, hardwood, garage, laundry.$8,000
So Front St.?8 rooma, bath, electric light, gas. furnace. Reduced to..$7,300
Zane St.?5 rooms, bath, electric light, gas (storeroom) $5,500
Good lot on Erie St. near Indiana St?30*120 ft. Reduced to $ 500
3 lots N. Erie St. near New Jersey St.?75*120 ft. All for $1,500
PARKER & COMPANY
Phone 3703 .INSURE WITH US 1417 Chapline St.
FOURTEENTH STREET HOME
Six rooms and bath, garage in rear. If you are looking for a home in
good condition, good location, look at this one.
Price $5,500
L. A. KULt Agency
Yo. 413 Wheeling Steal Corp. Boildlag
"UAltTOBS"
Member Wheeling Keal IiUtt Board
Owner Leaving Gity
And will soli a nice 7 room stucco dwelling out the pike. Has bath,
coal furnace, hardwood, laundry and garage for two cars. Reduced
to $10,500.
CITIZENS-PEOPLES TRUST CO.
KB AX TO HS /.'ANK1NQ BEAX LStATl INSITKAYCB
Cor. Sixteenth end Market Ste. J?hone 49ft
t ?
You Could Not Duplicate
This builuing at the pri^e asked; 3 story brick, with large store room 20x
"0 ft., w arerooni iioxi'O ft., 8 Ihing rooms with lialls and bath, in the best of
condition, located oil Soutn Market street. Owner retiring. .$15,000.
Ask Timberlake at
S. NESBITT, Jr.
1520 Market Street Phone 443
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Buy These Good Horn's on Terms
ROOMY HOMT. with four largo rooms on. main floor, two semi-finished attic
roonis. Large basement. gas. well water, garage, |e\el lot Mi\1i"j PO OAA
foot. jr.Oii Jnwn payment, balance like rent. 1'rioe yJjOUU
COSY HOME with four rooms on main floor, large basement, attic, natural
gas. water in basement and kitchen. ?rwer( ground 40<V feet front by 3jA
deep, excellent for chickens and produce; on a Warrenite highway. SHOO
down; balance on terms.
PRC1T FARM wtr.h 7 acres and 6 room dwelling, with natural gas; choice
elevation and fairly overlooking Wheeling. Schools and churches nearby.
ISOO down and balance on terms.
Baal Estate?Banking?Insurance?rorotgn Department.
STATE BANK AND TRUST CO., ELM GROVE
FLom ?0 a. O. "Tax OLD 1ZLUIU" EMU Dtm.

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