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WBATHBlt llaln tonight and
Tuesday. Possibly turning Into snow
Tuesday In northern portlon; colder
tonight In northern and western
portions. .Much colder Tuesday.
41 ilost reformers will agree with
P Tom Lawson that It Is sometimes
more profitable to be a gambler.
How appropriate for tho republi
can convention to bo held In the
Congressmen all ,
ports a New York
at sea," re-
lint tliev nre
Which may bo true;
not all on tho water wagon.
After all there Is not very much
difference between stock gambling
and reforming. .Both nrc taking
very long ciiances.
Tom Lawson has decided to quit
the reformation business and go to
stock gambling, lie may next ap
pear on tho lecture platform as n
They may ring in a. pinochle deck
on Speaker Cannon during a poker
game, but when Congress Is in
.session he Is the ono generally ac
cused of stacking the cards.
The idea that we must go to the
New York lieutenant governor's of.
flee for our presidential candidate
.' seems to have been refuted. Chand-
' ler's boom has pretty thoroughly
Czar Nicholas Is reported to be
ready to take a hand In tho perse,
cutlon of the Jews. Probably Just
to prove that he sho'uld not be
shorn of tho title "Autocrat."
Senator "XuIUerTson Is" knocking
so many plumbs at Washington that
It Is a wonder someone has not
started a presidential boom for
JVench troops , appear to be hav
ing as much trouble subduing the
'u Moroccans .as tpalurhad with tho
- Cubans beforo Uncle Sam stopped
Those new congressmen and sen.
ators havo probably gotten over
their skittish ways by this time
and are ready to get down to
business and Join in the annual
The Boston Globe prints a long
editorial on "Tho Need of Inter,
lor Waterways." There is no get
t."ug around the fact that the prohl.
bltlonlsts have mado that an im.
"The man who works eighteen
hours a day as a habit Is a plain
-ass," says tho Los Angeles Times.
If" therpby ho keeps another man
out of ai ' Job he Is also
y Newspaper editors who havo been
kicking about tho price of whlto
paper must have shuddered when
they received tho President's mes-
I sage with Its (rtvo pages.
The editor of the Congressional
Record Is Jn a peculiar position,
since he can reject no manuscrlpts
however worthless, that come to
him through the regular Congres
A Columbia University professor
Bays evolution Is nothing but a
, A nice line at verv
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ut snow you
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"H " tt inji i
( Wihllo all this pralso Is being
passed around to the men who aid.
ed In checking tho panic, It looks
as If recognition of some kind Is
duo those patriotic people who left
their money In the banks
scries of lucky accidents. Hereafter
when a man Is bumped by an auto,
mobile and gets heavy damages ho
may know that ho Is merely cvolu-
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LI lift ilUi:UlUlllt WJ JllUbl Ultlllht
The death of .Mrs. Louisa M. taft
tho mother of Secretary of tylr
William II. Taft, whllo her son
was away on a mission for govern
ment Is particularly sad. liotween
mother and son there wojj great ar.
fectlon. The son was very reluctant
to mako his trip to tho Orient at
tho time he did becauso or the se
rious condition of his mother and
ho cut short his stay In tho Euro
pean capitals in the hope of again
seeing his mother nllve. Mrs. Taft
was a truo American moUier,whoso
grentest delight lay In tho welfare
of her children and tho greatest
care of her children was Hint her
declining years should bo spent In
cemfort with no care to weigh her
down. Secretary Tntf has the sym
pathy of overy man who lias lost
TAET MEN PICK HARRIS
Continued from Page One.
much discretion in the hunds of
the local party committees, and
the Taft peoplo Btill hope that
they can somehow arrange Tor
tickets which shall clearly show
a man's position and make it easier
to havo solid delegations voted
Foraker is expected, now that
the national convention call has
been Issued, to write his promised
letter to Wnlter lirown proposing
his plan for this primary. Truth
to tell he and Dick also seem to
be a little puzzled over the methods
to be followed. In short, all theso
politicians who have so long op.
posed the enactment of anything
like a real promary law find them
selves entangled In the perplex
ing counterfeits they themselves
wrote on Uio statute books to fool
It now develops that the
trlct, as well as tho stato conven
tion delegates may bo choson by
primary. Tho usual national Re
publican committee call provided
that district delegates should be
chosen as was the congrebsmnp
from that district and in Ohio
this Is usually by district conven.
This provision was eliminated
from the call ju3t Issued by tho
Republican national commltteo. In
lieu thereof a provision was Insert.
ed permitting tho solcctlon of dis
trict delegates by primary whero a
state law permitted.
It was plainly Indicated last
night that tho Taft managers will
favor the selection of theso dls.
trlct delegates by primaries. Tho
congressmen In tho same districts
can be nominated by conventions,,
If they wish. Tho primary proposi
tion for tho selection of district
delegates Is simpler than for the
selection or state convention dolo.
Ex-Gov. irerrlck, who Saturday
redeemed an old pledge by voting
for Donver as the convention city
was promptly credited with hostll.
Ity to Taft in eastern papers.
"Thero ought not to bo ' any
doubt as to my position," Bald
ox-Governor llerrJck. "I mado it
cieur montns ago that I thought
unio nau anothor opportunity
present a president to thn nniinn
and that all loyal Houbllcans ought
iu kui logouior and mako securo
plainlwasby universal consent mado tho
uuuuiunto or our stato in ifif)0 ima
there boon such genulno and do
voted advocacy among tho rank
and file or Ohio Republicans of
any man for any offlco as that
which has como to William H
Taft. It, Is a happy coincidence that
most of tho. close rrlonds who In
augurated the McKInley movement
uu uucKor Tart and It Is
happy coincidence that a
of .... iiiug!u jicn-iniey ,ara,
now nnnnulni. n '.?-
LIlOHn Wlin f.n.. ir ... .
"These rriends of McKinloy
wiuu imvo watched
.. t-nue mo careor of Judge
Tart. They remember that lt"' was'
McKInley who made Tart governor
of tho Philippines and startod him
on tho road to tho presidency
and they recall that it was Senator
Hanna who first suggested Taft an
n prospective candidate for that
hlch office. Secretary Taft Is tho
"Hiurai successor or "William
Klnley. born ' Into a greater
and "The devftjonmnnta of tho last
w dnvs m Wfihnpton Indicate
tbr the pnnteot hnn nlroadv rench-
m ,., r,n Tvnere ,t tf) flpW
fle,d osa,nflt WcKlnloy at a similar
rr.ilPtl-lin 1nr qH. 'Ifc Wft8' thft
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suitg ,and overcoats;
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m values, iui iiiisunuuui timvt;ui
People seem to appreciate these cut
prices on suits and overcoats, and our
sales constantly- keep on increasing.
See display in show window, and see
exactly the extent of this sale.
The best selec
tion of Holiday
men in Mari
period of the contest in lSil.l-lSflO.iocation.
Tliut Irf tho most practical evidence
of his strength and It shows fur.
ther that his nomination will re
Bult In a united party and a vie.
"That Ohio Republicans will bo
solid for Taft nil 'Republicans In
Ohio know and all other .Republi
cans will know as isooo as our
state convention is held."
"Sermons From Shnkespeare" by
Father Vaughan at Epworth Tuesday
"'K"1 "'" uo ... auiiiissiuii, .
iiiu six muiuiuuiK iiuiuiwrH iui i
or $1,G0. Better 'phone Y. M. C.A".
tor tickets at once.
"Meet me at Kater'a Candy Shop."
FIRE STOPS WORK
Continued rrom Pago Ono.
en at the suggestion or Government
Expert Hall and Chior State MIno
Inspector Paul. Tho examination
will consumo at least thrco hours
when rescue work at both mines
It is believed will bo carried ror
"There havo been numerous ro.
ports that tho families or tho dead
men are destltuto. Theso reports
aro wrong. Tho Fairmont Coal com
pany Is tnklng care or all theso
families. In addition to this tho
ladles ort Mononguh, Fairmont and
other places havo organized relief
measures and nro rendering ef
llleartendlng scenes ' crowded fast
one uppn tho otlior in this sorely
afflicted mining community Sunday
Funeral processions wero in sight
In all 'directions during tho rintlro
day. On tho way to tho cemeteries
theso solemn processions wero
constantly going nnd passing vehic.
les coming from tho mines, lndon
with victims on routo to tho
to, morgue, laden with victims,, Uioro
pinceu in casKots nnd pro-
pared lor nnotlier series or run-
In tho town, families wore
mourning inconsolably tho doath
or absenco of a loved ono and
on all sides wero Httlo groups of
weoplng women and children.
Thousands of strangers thronged
tho streets nil day. They camo
from towns nnd country within a
radius of travoi.
About 20 victims woro burled In
tho three cemetorles near tho town
The services woro slmplo nnd brlof,
and except for tho grlof of tho
!"wAL$r, t time boqame
nimos fran'tiefworo without special
lemurcs. 7li '-l
A majorltv. orio. fnnoralgawere
held from the' ll'tUe'Pollsh n6ire'
clni JLnt0,t. oflnii thoB . twd'
ed nM lift! vmafinellrrohf
making any reforo'nert "o th? catns
trnnho npd tho commitment ser
vices nt. ho graves woro as short
p'h nosslhin, Tlioro wero no enr
rlnwB nnd no flowers. The caskets
wore hmtind for Ihn most part In
iinft'erf'nVorq' woirons, nnd behind
ihony rnrlo rnmhnr o' fh ImmO'M.
ifn 'tnnllv o' he dnr1 T"'r In
Inicrcioq or (,,,1, 0nPr vnhlnl'" nn
Trro frofin f ne"e-rjj" fojlo"'-
'tfconft. wss crowded ajmort to suf
these are exception
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The regular $20 Ssits aad Overcoats
The regular $18 Suits and Overcoats
The regular $10 Suits aad Overcoats
The regular $9 Suits and Overcoats
Complete stock of Furnishing, Goods
.for the Holidays.
Several of the isorvlcos wero In
terrupted by tho women fainting,
causing momentary excitement but
this was soon, .dispelled.
Returning I'froni' one ifimeral late
In tho dny, the team drawing a
liearso becamo frightened anil ran
away, llundredsfof peoplo wero In
tho path ofjiUmlirfaddencd animals
and that all oscaped Injury and
death seems almost miraculous.
Tho driver Jumped to save hlmseir
but was serlousiy probably fatally
hurt,. The wagon was. almost com.
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n "T -7r
you have this fc number, bring
It In and:
iH ill ;t-.f ....
geca ueautirui gold
watcn rroe. Thisr.number Is not
good after Saturday,1 Dec, 14th.
(Marlon CJothln'g.Jij Qloak Co.
Heavy storm ciilf shoos that resist
tho cold and wet. Beatty & Long.
DROWNS TWO SMALL .
CHILDREN IN BATH TUB
Jloston; (Mass., Dec. J) Fitst
stupirying them with gas, .Mrs
Hninm A. Huntloy drowned ,'hor
two small grandchildren in a 'bath
tub today at her homo In Summer,
vlllo. A short tlino nrterward sho
gavo hersoir up to tho police Tho
children wero orphans. v.
Mrs. Huntley ufoe'no explana
tion or hor act. ' .' .
Men's $1.48 nil solid medium weight
shoes, lace or congress, tipped or
plain toes, nt lleAtty & Long's.
TRY ADMIRAL COFFEB.
The Warner & Edwards Stoie.
Two prices ; oa Priestley's
Fine Black Dress Goods. Six
yard dress lengths ,9.QQ. ,
7 yard ires Jeah'i'ifJlb
Nethini safer to kvth
kcK Drew Patteral:'" '"""
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i z ... '-'v.- . S.Y. 'J'Jii
Are you Jakiisj advantage
of the edHctieif en; the Fine
Black Silks? V
There Are a GreatMany Brain
ruzziers m;xn list.
IjwoI Vlf 1. (JTi1 K-iV ffilitl
b !'' botf Jin" m..)1j ,ti.(f tjinmf
MADE URBV STATEiCOMMISSIONS
t" Vmi J v i
ESamln'atlon Te'st or' fe'achefi,' In
Elementary Schools By Their 'An
swers to These Questions Those
Who Desire to Teach Show Wheth
er They Are Grounded In the Rudi
ments of Education.
Following is tho list of questions
as prepared under direction of the
state commissioner of public schools,
nnd submitted at tho'county examina
tion for teachers Dec, 7 for element
ary cchcol certificates:
1. Define the following: similar
figures, check, least common multiple,
payee and arithmetical progression.
2. From 114.80 rd. tukd 2-5 or a
mllo nnd glvo the answer in integers.
3.- A can do a work In "3 days, H
can do 3-20 of the work in a day. How
long would It take A to complete tho
work after they had worked together
4. Over now "many squaro yards
may a horse grazo when fastened by
a ropo 7,C C-7 feet long, to tho top or
a pole C4 2-7 feet high?
5. llought vinegar at lb cents a
gallon; 20 leaked out. At how
much a quart must I retail It to have
a not gain of 20?
C. A merchant bought a bill -of
goods amounting to $1200 on 144 days
timo. Being offered 4 off for cash,
ho borrowed tho money at a bank
giving his note for tho tlmo, without
grace,' which the' bank discounted at
10. How much did ho gain?
7. How many- shares of stock
bought at 3 discount nnd sold at
104, brokerago on each trans
action, will give a profit of S4G0?
What would bo tho brokerago?
8. The area or tho baso or a squaro
pyramid Is 3C squaro feet. Its alti
tude is 4 feet. Find tho entire sur
face. What is tho volume of tho
THEORY AND PRACTICE
Questions C-10 aro based on ,'Keiths
"' " "Elementary Education."; r
' V 6lve 'the 'legal requirements, "for
a teacher's' certificate (a) as 'to age
of applicant, (b) .as to branches vot
study for tho kind of certificate' for
which you are an applicant.
2. , What nre tho chief merits of tho
promiscuous mothod of calling on
pupils? What aro somo or tho dis
advantages ot this method?
3. In what cases, If uny, .should
the child be required to recite In the
words or tho book?
4. What, In your Judgment, con
stitutes good reading?
G, What lmportanco should be at
tached to tho subject of. composition
and letter Writing in school? '
C. What things mako up tho
materials or one's education? Under
what conditions do books have an
7. What Is observation f'-- What
adverse criticism applies to many so
called "object lessons?"
8. All mental activity depen'ls on
what? What Is tho essence of men
9. What Is tho ruuctlon of tho
10. What Is tho fundamental, aim
1. Capitalize and punctuate ' tho
following: lowell says in his concord
address you would think me extrava
gant 1 rear If 1 said how highly 1 rato
tho genius or hawthorno
o e hale lowell and his friends
2. "Quilt and misery shrink, by a
natural instinct, from public notice;
they court privacy and solitude; and
oven In tholr choice of a grave, will
Bomutlmea Bequester themsolvea from
the general population of the church
yard." The following, a e; inclusive, refer
to the. abovo sentence.
(a) Name tho different, clauses, glv
Ing each Its proper classification1 as
(b) Classify tho verba as to use.
(c) Decline tho pronouns.
(d) Glvo construction of "even"
(o) Parse ''shrink?'- and "gonoral'
3. Glvo tho nossesslvo slnitulnr
(flHd.pluwl of knife; canopy, chjmney,
caiico., ucenno wnicii, pity, journey,
-frame -tho unlllapy verlmr-.i- ,..... .1
. tiff WMllJito fPtenco consisting of
wo co-ormmue mourners each or
which is. complex, tho dependent
clause being adjectival Jn the, tfrst
niember and adverbial In tv second
member. '' "
Writo sentences using that as ,.()
on adjective, (b) a relative pronoun,
ci a conjunction.
Writing wljl be graded
manuscript in orthography.
, ( t T
'"" ORTHOGRAPHY '
1. Prom, what aro the following
words derlved'and what Is tho literal
-meaning of, each: temporal, sub
scribe, nominal, graphic, biennial?
2, Syllabify and mark tho accent
and vowel In tho accented syllable ot
tho following! comparable, prece
dence, finance, chastisement, finale.
3i Add" Ing to plan, omit, fall, con
4. In auostlon three, why Is !th
final lottor doubled In somo cases nrf
'5-10. Bpell the following w,ords, to
be pronounced by the examiner:
donor, sponge, serviceable, malleable,
chaplain, seize, nonpareil, porphyry,
MussGlmnn, vigil, bouillon, steak (a
slice of meat), capillaries, chocolate,
palate (part of tho mouth), Indestruc
tibility, necessary, pharynx, nicotine,
1. What Is a system? Namo five.
2. Describe three different tissues
of the body.
3. Of what two classes of substan
ces nro bones composed? Name two
foods that supply each largely.
4. Nnme tho organs of respiration.
What Is tho function of respiration?
5. What aro ;jniscles? What
causes tho muscles to move?
G. As applied to tho blood, what Is
meant by each, or tho following terms;
corpuscle, plasma, scrum, clot?
7 Namo tho protecting organs of
tho eye. WheiK should glasses bo
8. Describe tho organ of volco and
tell how tho volco Is produced.
9. Describe digestion In tho
10. What Is chloral? How does It
affect' the human body?
1. Who was called tho "Father of
American Song"? Who wroto over
the signature of Jonathan Olystyle?
Name a production of each author.
2. Under what circumstances wns
"Pilgrim's Progress" written? What
rnaybe said of tho birth and advan
tages of Its author?
3. What Is Wordsworth's rank
among poets? What was his great
theme? What has ho been called?
4. In whoso behnlt was "Undo
Tom's Cabin" written? What gave
It Its peculiar power and what may
bo said or Its Influence?
G. Who wrote "Every Man In His
Humor," "Comus," "Novum Organ
urn," "Dunclad." "Cotter's Saturday
G. What can yofi cay of Ralph
Waldo Emerson's ancestors? Sketch
tho leading events of his lire
7. Name . three of (Emerson's
poems. Quote' not ilea's .than! .f our'
consecutive lines from one' of these.
8. Tell what youqan about Long
fellow's travels end " studies in
9. Nnmo throe of Longfellow's
short poems. Quote one stunza
from each of theso.
10. Namo flvo books you could
recommend to pupils In the sixth,
seventh and eighth grades.
Examiners will conduct
examination In reading. '
1. Is the earth nearer the sun In
Juno or In December? Explain by a
2. Are tho days t now growing
longer or sliortor? Explain fully.
3. Name and locate tho predomin
ant mountain system or each or .the
grand divisions, and tho principal
river system ot each.
4. 'What states of tho United
States border on the Atlantic? What
ones border on the Pacific? How do
these two groups comparo in area?
5. Glvo the form or government
and tho religion ot Turkey. Of
Russia, or China. Of India.
G. Name 3 mountain range, a river
In tho northern pnrt, u celebrated
volcano, and a leading product, of
7. Namo tho largest city In each
stato that touches Ohio.
.8. Discuss the. commercial value
of tho Suez canal, What nation con
trols this canal? k
9. Name live minerals found In
tho United States, and a leading state
In tho production of each.
10. To what' country is each of tho
following bjectt Greenland, Tas
mania, Java, Sandwich Islands, Mada
gascar? UNITED STATES HISTORY AND
" 1. .Glvo Borne account ot tho fol-
1 lowing: Sir John Mandevllle, Jollet,
count uq urasso, Aumirai imrragut.
2. Give an account of tho history
ot Pennsylvania up to tho Revolution.
,3. What caused tho war Which was
closed by thd Treaty of Ryswlck?
4.. Writo ubout the Missouri Com
promise. R.- Dnacrlho Pnrrv'n . vlotnrv nn
0. Tell about
tho , admission of
7. Give a brief account of tho
battle between the Monitor and
Marrlmac ,and stato why. It was Im
portant; 8. What caused the impeachment
or president jounson?
9), Give an account of tho events
leading to the acquisition of Hawaii.
What Is its chief valuo to the United
.10: Of what is' the lawmaking bodv
'of 'Ohio composed? Whut is it called?
how and for what length of time are
us. members chosen?
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$15-75 to $45.00-.
$i.oo down, 50 cts week..
Business and Professional
LITTLE ADS LIKE THESB
BRING PEOPLE TOGETHER WHO
WANT TO DO BUSINESS.
Xmas Photos aro leaders. Wo havo
a special for Xmas only - Good time
to buy a Kodak or Camera for a
Xmns present. Wo teach you how
tree. Do It now, don't mako a mis
take, It you want the best photos
you will havo to havo the Brunskills
We have tho greatest. variety of
city property, of any firm .in Ma,
ion. Wo havo business properties
of various kinds to offer for gro
cery stores, restaurants, bakery; and
THE J. W. CLARK
REAL ESTATE CO.
, '. 114 Conrt Street.
Wo pay 30c cwt. ;-for booke
magazines, ijnd foldedj newspapers.
Will call' any place. vin city. Tele.
, v282;292 FalrinlngStreet;
130 SOUTH STATE STREET.
STAR BOTTLTNO- WORKS
Manufacturer of carbonated bever
idges Ginger Ale and' Sodas. SelU
zor and Sipli.-n Mineral Waters.
J. R. SMITH. Prop.
DR. C. G. SMITH,
Office and residence- 461. Silver
itreet. Office hours 7:30 to 10:80
a. m., 2:00 to 5:00 p. a. OitUeas
phono 1 on 1265.
Specialist on dWaasea of chilires.
Don't forget thai we- make a
specialty of driving r,igs toi pleas
ure. or business.
' R. P. PERRY, Union St.
MODEL MEAT MARKET.
Dealer in all kinds of Fresh and
Smoked Meats. Sausage, etc.
W. C MERKLE.
Both Phones. 140 S. Main St.
Prof, Frederic Berryinin,
Teacher ot Voice and Plana.
Studio 400 E. Churcrvcor. Vine.
v y u.tsj&wz'szmA'
Large white solid heads ,
100 lbs Mjfooc
25 lbs -Tr20c
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Any variety you daslra . -
per bu, r..$i,25 '
Sou. lots 4ft
1 bbl Cabbage leavea.16c;
Consumers Whaftiale r v
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