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I We expect
* event witnessed 1
oxfords or pumps
$1.95. Men's $3.50 and $4.50 L
THAT'S ALL. MADIS0N S1
SAVED BROTnER. I
HUNTINGTON?In saving the life 1
?r IiIh brother who was in the grip of
a high voltage electric wire, at rung between
Ninth and Tenth strets on Second
avfcnuc, Carl Speidcll. a Western
Union lineman was almost shocked to
death yesterday morning. Charles
Speldel, the rescued brother, caried
tli?:uivconsciou8 form of Carl to the establishment
of 'the Wiedemann Brewery
After ten minutes of suspense, Carl
showed sighs of life under the administration
of restoratives by Dr. K. W.
GroVer. The wire with which they
had come in contact carried 2,300
. ?volts and was capable of carrying
almost instant death. Neither of the
} brothers was badly burned.
WCPDft r* A r?-T-l inrn
CHARLESTON ? Campbell Clark,
aged 1$, colored, charged with attempted
criminal assault upon Miss Anna
Hunt, IS, near this city last night, was <
a'rrested to-day by local olhcers and is
Ir. the Kanawha county jail. Miss 1
Hunt was on her way home from a
local store, where she is employed as
saleslady, and when she was Hearing 1
Iter home Clark attacked her, knock- 1
Ing her down and choking her. Two
men living near ran to her assistance
and Clark fled.
All night, pusses smirched Jhe hillsides
and for'a time an angry crowd
threatened to lynch the negro if he
BMaiBBBnnB nw mi in m
QJ AVE $15 right now. Get two
You well-dressed men who kn
cy, get two double-value suits tl
and "drape" are the equal of any
duce, for which you're asked to pa;
WHENEVER YOU SEE 1
Remember it represents not 01
actual offering of the largest "mill
ing direct to consumer. We want
patterns with any of those shown
here to be "taped" for your suit, 1
it and to be "topped-off" with 1
ever-had the pleasure of cxperienci
< | *
Ten days from "tape" to finis
TAILORS TO TI
10 6 Main
OTHER UNITED WOOLEN
PARKERSBURG, W. VA.: CLARK
W. VA.; HUNTINGTON. W. VA.J WH
COLUMBUS, 0.; MIDDLETOWN, C;
i ' ' .
mds of Pairs 77,
Oxfords and Pumj:
Friday and Saturday of this mar
>y shoe buyers of Marion county,
i for what you u .uzilly pay for one
A BIG LOT OF
and Misses' Pum
in all styles and I
Values from $2 u
Sale Price . .
cw Shoes, all sizes ... $1.95
98c. Women's $3 and $4 Whit
United Shoe St
To day Clark was found in a corn
w.l,I I..- Ilw. oilnn nf H. I.. 1 .. >
ested without trouble. He denied his
;uilt. He was identified by one of
I:.-* in? n who ran to Miss Hunt's asSERIOUS
HUNTINGTON?Hiding tandem on
i motorcycle, Edward O. Flaherty,
lged 2S years, well known C. & O. machinist,
was possibly fatally injured,
ind Charles Raker line chief of the
street car company, was badly bruised
ivhen the machine was ditched on
Washington avenue near West Fourth
street at 12 o'clock last night.
As the motorcycle sped east, it suddenly
carencd, and Flaherty was
luirled against the curbstone, while
I wo hundred feet further. Raker, who
i\as driving, was tossed over tne.
Iiandle-hars onto the soft turf, in an
it tempt to regain control of the machine.
according to^ Raker's statement
after the accident last night.
Flahdrty was knocked unconscious.
M ARTIXSRURG?Wilie, the 8-yearold
son of \V. ,1. Riekett, of Philadelphia,
was drowned in the Potomac river
at null Ring rapids near Harpers
Ferry Wednesday afternoon, when the
canoe containing the lad and his father
capsized. The elder Bickett became
exhausted in trying to save his
son. and would have drowned had it
not been Tor two young men. Robert
Gordon and Roy Noose, who jumped
into a beat and went to his assistance
RAN OVER CHILD.
HUNTINGTON?Mrs. K. 10. lOnslow.
suits made for tlic price of one.
ow the value of clothes and monhat
for style, tailoring, finish
the so-called "tony" tailors proy
twice the price we ask.
[ HE TRADE MARK
MADE TO FIT Vest
ily the ideals, but also the real,
to man" tailors in America sellyou
to compare our fabrics and
elsewhere. Then you'll come
to be "typed" the way you want
the cleanest cut tailoring you've
MILLS STORES AT.
SBU RG, W. VA.; CHARLESTON. J
EELING, W. VA.; MARIETTA. O ; (
ZANESVILLE, 0.; CINCINNATI, O
-\j wufcci i;? Her puiMiig oruin
"o social wrongs abide:
And next wo see her blushing bright,
A lovely young June bride.
How often do you answer a "furnish'
d room" ad?you who are discontenttd
with your present quarters?
While It's a very little thing, a grain
>f duSt in your eye is a very Important
hlng while it's there. So it Is'with
ither little things. The loss of s tentut?ovea
of a furnished room tenant
men's, Boys' and M
)s, Worth Up to $4
nmoth value giving shoe sale to t
Yon can buy tw o, and even three
WOMEN S, Boys'
ps and Oxfords
edthers, all sizes
"10 51 $1.00
39c. Children's 75c Sandais 30c
e Buck and Canvas Pumos 93c.
.E li d TnlS
driving a horse and buggy, ran down
little Brunhllda Rucker, painfully bur.
not seriously injuring the child and
v-auouifc a severe shock to ner little
companion, Mabel Strother, the accident
taking place at Tenth street and
Fourth avenue yesterday morning.
The children were crossing the
street when the rig turned out from
the curh, striking the little Rucker
girl, knocking her down. Without
stopping to investigate the woman
drove hurriedly away but was caugnt
b) Oilicer Whitten and brought back,
although not arrested. The little girl,
who is the daughter of M. A. Ruckcr.
of Seventh avenue, was taken to the
cilice of Dr. J. A. Guthrie where she
wns pronounced not seriously hurt.
The little Strother girl Is suffering
from the nervous shocK she received.
Girl For $30
TWO ALLEGED BUYERS HELD IN
MILWAUKEE; DAUGHTER IN
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. July 1$.?Accused
of buying pretty Anna Gorzo, 1G
years old, from her mother for $110
and then shipping her to Phillipsburg,
N. J., Henry Ilor/.og, 34 years old, and
Paul Roy, 28 years old, were today
arrested, charged with contributing
to the delinquency of a minor. In
district court the case was continued
until July 23 and the men nre being
held under honds of $.100 each.
Mrs. Margaret Gorzo. the mother*,
is the complainant. She asserts that
I ho men. who boarded at her homo,
Hf? nnl?r?tiPll hoi- mint! n ..11 IK. Ii?h
daughter that sho was willing to soil
the girl, who was shipped cast last
Sunday night. Later she was .sorry
sho sold the girl and went to tho police.
WM?,LIPSBirrtG. N. J., July 18.?
Anna Gor/.o, alleged by her mother to
have been sold for $.'10 in Milwaukee,
is-at the home of her god-parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Meyers of Phillips*
burg. The police sajd this afternoon
she had not been detained and would
not be unless the Milwaukee police
gave somo satisfactory reason for
BEES, STAR BOARDERS OF
HOTEL, ROUT GUESTS
CHIGAGO, July IS.?The management
of the Monnctt Holer in lOvatiston,
a suburb, is puzzled to-day ovm
how to get rid of a swarm of bees in
possession of t,he house. The hees en
tered the hotel through the room of
n guest. When he attempted to fight
them with a fly-swatter they scattered
and made' themselves at home
111 ncariy every room in the hotel.
First comes the fall girl graduate
So full of lore and zeal,
Who woes and errors of the world
Doth very keenly feel.
And starts out on a great career,
Disdaining selush thought,
To bring that world hack to a place
With bliss aud uplift fraught.
So soon she is a sufTragettc.
Devoted to the cause,
With poverty and misery
To drive away by laws;
She scorns young girlhood's foolish
To list the stern demand
For workers in the social ranks.
And lend a helping hand.
How onds the tale? The usual way: '
Just in the midst 0f all
nother interest comes along A
Makes other duties pall.
W I- 1 ??
le the greatest^B^^ I ll
pairs of these
; $1.00 grades 49c
iujsrt a ?'i as
ENY BLDG ?$2.49
RIGHT ON THE JOB.
Speaking of being able to size up
to an emergency a few (lays ago. Congressman
James C. McLaughlin, of
Michigan, told of a railroad oir.ciai in
the west who was right on the job.
, During a flood, tlio Congressman
said, which swept away several small
railroad bridges and quite a stretch
of track, an operator in a country
town along the line saw one of the
company's box cars floating down the
river. Instantly he sprang to his key
and reported the matter to the main
"Mr. James," eagerly cried the operator
in the main oflhee to a railroad
chief. "V. G. reports that a box car
is floating down the river at his
"Is it ours?" asked the railroader
still looking over the pile of papers
"He siiys it is " answered the main
office operator, after another spasm
of telegraphy "and wants to know
what to do."
"All right/' smiled the railroad man.
"Just tell him to swim out to it and
set the brakes."?Exchango.
^ That women can smile, scrap, kiss
and throw the harpoon into each othei
at the same time was demonstrated
by a story told at a recent banquet by
Senator William S. Kenyon, oflowa.
Some time ago. the Senator k*'''!
u woman culled on a female acquaintance
whom alio had not seen for so.cral
years. Fond embrace, kisses and
all that sort of thing, and then tlft
"Just think. Mary," observed the
hostess an hour later, "it has beer
nearly ten years since we last met!'
"Yes, dearie," responded the caller
with a pointed glance at the other
"Ten long jears! Hut ycu don't show
your age one bit."
"Do you really think so, Mary?'
was the delighted rejoinder of the
"I know it, dear," was the positive
rejoinder of Mary. "When you went
to the kitchen a few minutes ago 1
noticed that you had torn it out ol
the family Bible."?Philadelphia Tele
CALL OF THE WILD.
Senator Karle Chamberlain, of Ore
gon, smiled a few nights ago, when
the topic being talked turned to vaca
tion time. He explained that he was
reminded of a recent conversation in
a popular cafe.
It was during the lunch hour, the
Senator said, and four genial business
men were silting at a table. Outside
the air was soft and balmy, and everything
in nature whr a sweet allurement
to buy a railroad ticket and beat
it forthp woods.
"It is In my system." remarked one
oi mo party, reflectively glanching
through the open window. "There i?
nothirig so apcpallng as the call ot
"It may strike you that way. old
fellow." responded another, with a
faint smile. "But right here I beg the
privilege of casting a dissenting vote.
"You don't know what you are talking
ahoue Jim." emphatically declared
the first. "Did you ever hear the
call of the wold?"
"Yes." replied .Tim, with something
akin to a sigh, "from the head of the
stairs the other night, when I didn't]
get home till 2 o'clock in the morning."-HPhiladelphia
The now bill at Loop Park Theatre
ast night attracted a good sized aulienoe
denpite the threatening weath.
?r. Thp patrons thoroughly enjoyed
he excellent performance.
Two clever vaudeville acts were
tiven and two of the best motion picurea
obtainable. Tonight the same
till will be repeated and with good
veather a regular Loop Park crowd
vill be on hand.
CASTOR ! A
v ir: ? "
CIVIC DEPARTMENT MAKES INSPECTION
OF SANITARY CONDITIONS
MANY PLACES FOUND WHERE
THE ATTENTION OF HEALTH
OFFICERS IS NECESSARY.
The committee from the Civic Do
partment of the Woman's Club mad.
an investigation into sanitary condi
tioris throughout the city yesterday
and found several places In the city
which demand attention from the prop-'
erty owners as well as the city health
officer. Many places along Parks ave
nue were found in a bad condition and
the bridge connecting the Third and
Fourth wards needs a cleansing also.
Many people ^are allowing garbage to
collect about their premises which is
endangering the lives of not only
themselves but the public in general.
This is the time a year when disease
breeds readily and these conditions
should not be allowed to exist.
The city nealth officer, Mr. Schultz.
states that he will be at the mayor's
office every morning at 8:30 o"clock
when he can be communicated with in ,
regard to these .conditions and any one
reporting to him, will receive atten- i
B. &N. Is
Now t ree To
WITH B. A 0. ELIMINATED FROM
FOR IMMEDIATE CON- j
EXTENSION OF LINE TO BELING 1
TON WILL GIVE B. A N. TWO
Now that the transfer of tho stock ,
held by the Pennsylvania and the Bal- ]
timore and Ohio Railroad Companies ,
in the Buckhannon and Northern Com- ?
pany has been made it is expected
that the Buckhannon and Northern
will soon get busy with the proposition
or building its line into the First
With the Pennsylvania and Baltimore
and Ohio Companies in the ;
entrance of tho Buckhannon into
Fairmont except over the tracks of |
; the Baltimore and Ohio. These com
panics would never, consent to the
I erection of a bridge across the river
at Catawba but with these companies
eliminated from the Buckhannon no
. longer controlling its policies or dom- ,
inating its financial projects there Is
. no reason patent why the Buckhannon
I and* Northern should not soon bo op?
crating trains into Fairmont through [
the First ward.
' It Is a?so likely that the connecting >
t link to Belington will also be one of
the results following the elimination i
, of the Pennsylvania and Baltimore K.
Ohio. With this connecting link built ?
and in- operation the Buckhannon and <
Northern would have two eastern outlets
for the immense tonnage that i
' would come to it by the development
of this part or West Virginia.
THOSE LOUDEST IN DEMAND FOG
BALLOT FAIL TO VOTE I
IN ILLINOIS. >
CHICAGO, July IS.?In throe lorn! I
, elections throughout Illinois since the i
' passage of the woman suffrage bill I
' less than 10 per cent, of' the women c
have taken advantage ol their right i
to te ballot. Lack of interest in lo- t
ral conditions Is attributed as the f
cause by the suffrage leaders, it is t
declared, however, that when the wo- t
men see the advantage to be gained t
by voting the returns will show a f
larger percentage of womcjn voters, f
In the most recent election, in Ge- t
nova. III., where the women had ad- t
vocated the establishment of a .rev
r.indeVgarten in th* town, there were
'only 180 out of f?U() clubwomen who
went to the polls, and the kindergar
ten measure was defeated.
It was said, that women who had _
been loudest In their demands for
the right to vote were the ones when I
the time came who failed to appear. I
All manner of excuses were offered |
dv tne scores or women who were
urged to go to the polls. Some believed
that .the polling places would be
visited by women in tea gowns and
refused to go even when they were
called for with automobiles. This has
been the attitude of the women In
all of the elections that have been
held since the passage of the suffrage
FAIRMONT ICE CO.
( Manufacturers of Pure Ice j
Office and Plant. First Ward
iBoth Phones, 839
r, * ?
i ' " '
i Big Ri
, " ?
Clothing and Oxfords n
A. B. Kirschbaum's & Co.'s
$25.00 and $22.!
We absolutely guarantt
and hand tailored. If you l
price, we will guarantee it.
j the regular price.
jj $100 NOW
). ?. J
(Continued from Page One.)
from Inconio tax from 4,000 as in t
house bill to $3,000 for untnarri
persons and the consequent re-j
rangenients of tins the report co
inents u|?on as follows: "Your co
miltec i educes the amount of oxen
ticn of net income to $3,000 and
lowH on account of marriages an i
dittonal exemption of $1,000 to eitli
the husband or wife where they a
living togother but not to both,
the case of a minor child or childr
living with and dependent upon t
parents such parent is allowed an i
dlticnal exemption of $500 for one r
nor child and up to $1,000 on aceou
af minor children except where bo
parents are taxable in which case
exemption is allowed on accou
3f children. By the amendment t
lowest possible exemption to any p
son would l?e $3,000 and the hlghc
possible to any one $r>,000."
Concerning the general revision t
Senate committee says that follow I
he I?ad of the House it has "thouu
in the amendment It proposes to t
House bill ft further earrv out si
protect the theory of establishing
revenue producing tariff upon the b;
Is of competitive rates as u just ai
fair interpretation in the light of cc
llticns of tlici latest authoritative i
toiances of the party in power up
(hat subject and now submits the i
>Ults of its labors with the confide
belief that the enactment into law
he House bill as amended will resi
in a more equatiblc distribution
(he burden and incidental benefit
>ur system of custom taxation. Th
t will tend to disintegrate the nic
jpolies built up under the prose
system. That it will enlarge oppt
unity through individual efforts, t
luce the cost of living and roller
he people from the burden of li
irotcctive system strikingly exemp
led In the so-called Payno-Aldrh
dll which this measure is intend!
TObTH ENAMEL IN EYE
^nrrrrpMt \ vc i. i
CHICAGO, July 18.?A speck of e
A Discount (
Wc are not offering a disco
every low shoe except house sh
the house. This means QUEE
all the best w'e have. If you w,
fii?o aofWi . ;hing
t big reductions. We,are selling
i Clothing at the following prices:
:0, now . . $16.50 ,
" iS? H
: every garment to be all wool
my one of these suits at the sale
- - "rigg
just the same as if you had paid
' 1 '
.. . .
d White Shoes
] nmel cliipel from a patient's tooth by'
ia dentist's drill flew into the eye of i
I L>r. Leroy Kerr, a few days ago, and
I yesterday he was advised to have the
optic removed to save his life. t>iphjlC
theria gerins were carried oh ftiei speck j
(mi | into the eye.
RAILROAD ENGINEER, 102
m.| - YEARS OLD. GETS MEDAL. '
U|.| HORDBNTOWN, N. J., July 18.-~
l(j.| George W. Scott. 102 years old and tho ?
ier i oldest living locomotive enginear of !
ire j the Camden and Aniboy Railroad Com- ^ j
In j pany, is to-day the proud possessor of \
en | a medal presented t?y the members of J I
hetRoebling Council No. 72, LocomotlvcT
irt. I KnaiiiPPPR nf Trontnn 14o line liuon > - J
Hi. member of that order for forty yen-,"'.
ni The inedal bears a portrait of old
lli i "John Bull No. 1," the first Jocoipono
live to run on the road of the com
lit pany, and of which Scott was pngl- S
lie neer. The engine is now on exliibler
tion in the Smithsonian Institution at
NEW PACING RECORD
,IK BY WALTER COCHATO.
he PITTSRURGH, July 18. ? Coming
ml fiom behind on the stretch in a granda
stand finish. Walter Coehato, owneel .j
is- by William Maple, of Converse, Ind.,
id lowered his own record by threo-quar>n
'crs of a second wlien ho finished tbo
it- second and final beat of the Iron "City
cm 2:05 class pacing event in 2:04. !n j
re- both heats Maple's horse* made a gatni
lant finish after laying back until ho j
oi leached the three-quarter post ?-;j
of In the second race, 2:24 class, trot- ; U
0. ting, Ciiple RUT, Pastime Stable, bad
aj litle trouble winning. He was in the
load from the start until the finish .
n| and was never in danger. His best . -I
... time was 2:10K.. in the second heht __'i
" i ? " v; - r ~f v
.,1 For Infcnu ind Children.
The Kind Yoa Have Always BoogtiJ
On a Real Shoe
unt on a lot of junk or old shoes, but . 1
oes, and every white shoe we have In
N QUALITY, S7ITSON, BARRY and
ant a real bargain, go to the
ot to Buy