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^B$PAGE TWELVE - ? '' HIM ?avm#8 JJ?i)artl JWz bank, you hot o ti onod safety Fd p v Gg?| but you also di Jg satisfactory rai per cent coinpou ; 1||| Any amount I will start, an ace rte uigs Depart men IS! ssb!!= 1 Looks to Europe's . Infusion of American Blood into Europeans Will Be the Need, Says Prince. ( V *,?0CI*T,0 ??? > PARIS, Mar. 4.?It Is to America that the prince of Monaco looks foi the regeneration of Europe. , "The only chance for the survival and future civilization of Europe," he Isold In receiving the correspondent oi the Associated Press, "is the infusion of American blood Into European peoples, and if such a thing were possible," he added smilingly, "I would like to see the host physiological means used for the purpose of Injecting It. No country has done more for . the progress of humanity than America, and it is only by learning from ? ?^ Sr. T.LOWN1 I Estab'ished 183 mm I WmMsws^i r "Bisi c H8 years ai are the old H ket todav. w easy to cle * and has no a-part. Tk steel eontii to be eiript sarv to too machine a j|--. The handl loose. Ele assembled K " a In t hi ovator we Bp y p I ?/ even* }v BPf] which will H' Pricej H| a SBBEffllJ ODD AMOUNTS & find it difficult to l|g itory investments . s of money which ??| in time to time. JjPb ; such sums in the CSD ncnt of this strong M m nly obtain unques- xj W u* your principal, aw a regular aucl PJjft te oi' interest?4 jag nded twice a year. ?ttg 'rom .$1.00 upward ount in our Sav- ||| ^Ulr i erica for Regeneration America that there can over be bucI a things as a united states of Europe "But there is this difllculty. Eu ropean peoples arc the slaves of tra dltion. It is in their blood, roslstinj every tendency to change. They live l as it were, in a wob of Juice I'rejuillces and customs and ideas which only thi adoption of the American outlook cai alter. If this change does not taki 1 place, and there should lie three o: ' four wars In the modern style, Europi will become a desert. 'MSvery war sows the seed of othoi wars. Many colonclH of regiment: will tell you that the first two hundrci of their men killed in battle are al ways the finest men In the regiment and thus war takes away the bes of the race and leaves its reproauc ttnn In lhn>* nf Infnrlnr miollf-w * )ES DEPARtJ l ! ij'' e Ycur Carpets SELLS'' Sweepers have stood ud never have been found \va lest yet the youngest sweepei They are light running, eai an, free air exhaust, don't get glue to dry and cause the mat 10 framo. i< m iirl.n +Vr?m ftiin i ? * * ? V*?* V?\' | nuous. The dust receptacle al ied from the rear, so that it is (ill the dust. Positive bail loci 111 be carried about from pla e is patented farruled and v ctric -welded Japanned steel \ in the interior. s combination Vacuum Swee offer something that will glad ousekecpcr. Size 17x12x7Yi j CE $9.00. machines are sold to us und I never permit price cutting. 3 of Other Sweepers: Pnrniti ;e,$3.50; Elite, with latest imj KONSTRiATION GLADLY < Jarpet Department, Second F V.. * . t? , "y y 1 ' : ' ' '' ' ' ' ; THE SUNT few more such ware and Europe will! be devastated, and those who are left: with any' strength or spirit will week , another sphere for their energies. That la why the peace at the end of the war must be established on such! strong elements that the future may! be for a long time preserved against I brutal force, not one that will lead to further wars by unjust treatment towards the Independence of any nation." i As to the possible basis of such a ' pcaco Prince Albert said: "The best basis Is that of nationality. It Js a complicated problem but with the exercise of gnod will not Insoluble. On this principle there need j be no Intrusion of political of extra j, territorial ambitions. Politics will be-, t come Internal, not movements involv-) \ Ing other countries." v "Of all the Regrettable Features. fl ot the war," prince Albert added, t "none Is more regrettable than the fl loss by Germany of Its splendid op-1 portunlty for benefitting humanity, b Germans were everywhere received by n all other countries, in a friendly and 1 admiring spirit. They were regarded r without distrust and the greatest attention was paid to what Germany was doing, or thought to be doing, for " progress and the advance of civiliza- J tlon. There was much in its efforts -v and achievements to admire. Its In- * tcrnal administration, for instance, is the beat in the world, and there was n much else that other peoples might v have learned from it with advantage. r But this opportunity the Germans have now compromised by great mistakes; and for years to come they have alien-, ated the sympathies and lost the con- i fldence of other nations." h Prince Albert of Monaco has won I a more solid reputation as an ocenn- " f ngrnpher and man of science than as v the ruler of the small hut famous f " principality from which he takes his title, VThon not engaged on ocean I exploration, he usually resides In1 f * Paris. His chief part in the war tsf " i concerned with tho maintenance of; | *Iabout 1.000 beds In bis principality' i-1 - - ... . ? e ror trie use or mo woiinnen, ann wim the hospitable care, at his Hpnelous ' "hotel" In the Avenue du Trocadero. a 3 of a weekly draft of four homeless r i soldiers on war leave from the front, n The last time Prince Albert was i' r prominently hefore the public was In ' c connection with the seizure of his chateau of Marrbafn In the north of ( r France, by General ron Duelow'n s Invading Troops 1 at the beginning of the war, the Impo-; J sltlon of a large war fine on the cs-1. , tato and the district with its twenty! fl t villages, and the publication of cor-,n respondence on the subject between i1 i the prince and the German kaiser with j j; IENT STORE J i Eitab i.hrd 1831 11 ? s : c KJH ????? f I "BISSELL'S" j The Standard of Per- . f . . . _ . i: lection m uarpet g Sweeperdom 1 Throughout the World * "BISSELL'S" I ^ (It's a household word) | i j and Rugs? l the test for nting. They * on the marsy to handle, out of order, ihine to qomo )ieee of rigid lows the dust : never neeesvs, so that the ee to place, all not work >ans. ^Screws per and Renden the heart I inches. Very er a contract I | ire Protector, irovements at 1IVEN I n 1 **. '"V* d'h ' "' ' ' " H?? ', .. 4 jfr ' ?' 'TrPJ 'f' ''! ' ' ' * ' t ' ' |i ' i- I VrtOTf- " 4 if'S' '!*, ':'4i ri r| '' ' i'-.. ! AY TELEC OTTO H. HOWELL I FEELING BETTER THflNJOfi YEARS Vrites Burke's Drug Store a Glowing Letter About Wonderful Nerv-Worth. This latest endorser Is the well ;nown citizen who Is employed with he Palace Furniture Co., this city. Vhat be says comes with weight and alue: Burke's Drug Store?I have used me bottle of Nerv-Worth and can say hat I feel better than I have felt for Ive years. I haven't bad any appetite for ireakfast for four years and since I tave taken one bottle of Nerv-Worth! make breakfast one of my heartiest rioaln. 1 feel more like going to work and lolng a hard day's work. I rccomnend It (Nerv-Worth) for nervousiess and indigestion. Will make on sleep good and when you get up ou will feel refreshed from a good light's rest. I ntn honest in making this testinonial. 1 am sure it (Nerv-WortJi) rill do for others what It lias doue or me. Yftiira resneelfiiltv OTTO H. HOWELL. Your dollar back at the Hurke )rtig Store If Nerv-Worth falls to iclp you.?Advertisement. vliom his friendship had been lasting or many years. The correspondence, the prince inoritis the Associated Press, haH been oilowed by a further Interchange of I otters, but he thinks the time has not \ ome for disclosing them for the judg-, nent of the world, especially as it eems that the whole of Jt did not each the kaiser. His latest news is hat the Germans are behaving conildcratcly at the chateau and are not; njurfiig the building or removing its1 ontcnts. The Germans seem to con-1 idor that the war line was Justified , y the supposed fact that the priori [ tallty is under the protectorate ofi 'Tance, whereas the prince claims iliCj icncflt of neutrality as the ruler of i state of which the absolute bide endence Is not affecled by certain ustoma agreements with the French lovemmont. Though the principality tas not put In sequestration the Gernan properties-existing on Its tcrrlory, the Germans have pnt In se|tiest rat ion the nioncgasque properies in Germany. The prince, (hough best known to he world as a scientific student of he ocean and Us wonders, is a peronalfty of greater Interest today as ine of the German emperor's oldest riends. "To me," he said to the correspond- I >nt, "the ka'ser's appearance under I mch unexpected features when he I vas reaching the highest icvci or pow- | >r, success and influence is a mystery I cannot faihom. 1 have spent year I onvtneed that lie was sincere in his 1 leslro for the maintenance of peace. | Ps cordial treatment of the ponpte of | ill nationalities ho eam? in contact 8 VitlJ, his enen||vm*o-'ienl of Art and Science ind progress in every direction, liis am'tlerttv with the neeessitv of peace or his country's continued prosperty, freoucni.lv struck nie. 'iHe has pionty nf discrimination ind good sense as T often h"d occasion o notice when tie spoke nf some man ir gronn ho had been talking to. someimes for several boors at a lime. -Ms Inst three embassadors at Par's rbom I knew. Cmint Mims'm-. Prince 'edoMn and Ttaron von S?hnen. were enrcftentntive of (be lrn'eer's pne'fle ondenHes ra'bor than of Ihe policv >f the flcrmnp government with wh'ch hev must often 1iavc heen in co'lmsl. I drtr>'t Vol sen rlnnrlv onouell lis own win appearing In 'he chamcer of this war. wh'oh is Hie most iiimiliatlne blow ever given to r'vllivnjIon. It Is unite possible, f think, hat the kaiser was forced Into the ivar hv two great influences In his' mnntrv. militarism and nan-ficrmau-1 ism. ppuidas. it is not after p fo-p-, months tJiat snfTleieni light can he rhrown iinpn eneh copmMentpd events Lo obtain historical truth." The ROYAL OSSCO All Steel Sanitary Kitchen Cabinet is positively the most Sanitary Kitchen Cabinet on the market today. Special prices on this fixture for a few days only to introduce them in Clarksburg and Vicinity. We are the exclusive Agents for Harrison County. OK DISPLAY ; ______________ i Banks P'omb'ngCo. ENGINEERS Sanitary Heating * 438 ,WJ PIKE STREET Home 08 Bell 349-J | ' * . r / ' atAM HART TERRACE There has been eight lots and one house and lot sold in this addition, and ? the reason they have been sold so quickly is the very low prices the lot and houses I are being sold for. | Just think of it, right 1 in town lots, 30x80 | ft. $700.00, and lots 29 by 66 feet, $500.00 and $600.00. Two four room cottages in this addition for sale at the very low price of $1,250 each, almost giving them away and on terms of one-third down, balance of purchase money in one and two years, equal notes at 6 per cent. There has been a street surveyed through this property from Pike to Locust streets, known as "Hartway," and just as soon as cold weather ceases, water, sewer and gas lines will be laid and other improvements . that will make the | street one of the best I in own. If you desire 8 to. purchase one of ? these lots and pay for it, we can get you the money to construct a home, or if you want to build for the purpose of renting, you can at least make from 12 to 15 per cent on the investment. There is only 14 vacant lots and four houses and lots left. Do not miss this opportunity of purchasing in the right place and at the right price. The Willisonl & Dennisen Co [ ij REAL ESTATE BROKER | I General Insurance Agent I J Goff Bldg., Clarksburg. . /-. .v-.. . - ;^:-: SOOT = Prepar A good bank bal Every prudent buairn importance as a subf credit. The West A vites your checking a prepared to serve yoi WEST VIRGI CLARKSBURG GEO. L. DUNCAN, Pres. R ^ L. D. GRIFFIN, As I. ?: t r 1 i fi I l Undertaker |j Kills Wile \ \ ;c Confesses to Police, Saying?c That He Buried Her and It Forged Death Certificate. J i f vew YORK, Mar. 4.?After tolling E one of the most remarkable stories c eve? heard by the police, of how he Ml'td his wife because she was scolding him, emblemed her body, forged n /'irteili AortlhnotA finri V?tirlr?rl hnr a UVUUI V. 1.1 V1IIVMIW ?VM "W? t | n harry Schroeffcl, an undertaker, was j formally charged with murder this j ? week. Although Schroeffel. according to his own confession, killed his wife De- C cember 29, the crime was not discovered until weeks later. He was arrested while attending a banquet. Called from the table by a detective, Schroeffel was astounded that he should have been found out. According to the police Schroeffol declared he had asked his wife not to i talk so loud during an argument they i were having. She refused and he put! ; his hand over her mouth and his arm ] i about her neck, holding her. When he | released her. she fell to the floor. Then I gohroeffel went to bed and slept1 soundly. "The next morning," said Srhroof: fel, "1 found her body where she had fallen. Rigor mortis, as we embalmors say, had set in. I embalmed her, c pi That is why onr C. S. Marshall Shees are Favored by the young Men of Today. ?nd Ave arc just placing on our shelves a new shipment of this popular make j in Tan Russia and Black ' Calf Skill. Made on the cxi # last, with rubber heels, all Come in and try on a pair < like them. PRdCE $4.00, $4 5) m I Highland , /Street Excl ' 'i }iV*'rf*> /"jftifc* afl>Sffirjj * jrv - ' ' ' * ' v ffiJISm v . ' ' ' ? 1 ' ' -4K ? . ' ' r' . ' ' .</ ' v- , Jrt JAY, MARCH 5, 1916. = S edness lance is advisable, ess man knows its itantial builder of Virginia Bank inocount and is well i well. _____ ? NIA BANK ^ ya, . A. FABLA3TD Cashier sistant Cashier. J) \VA RCHAKTS 1 TIONAL I A.NK 1 <SDURG?:tW.VA R] re Lincobi ivas/^w/a^^^ B3 > FH f IN YOUR POCKET Ej END IT? UJ > one of the exceptions. fyjj and get ahead do bo by fcd money in the bank? tw I on the Impulse of the rHj tional Bank affords you pj self at once of it P3 nONAL BANK I :g, w. va. H usiness. 1B3J 4twmWHMMgEB| r. an autopsy would not show the ause of death. I then filled In the Icath certificate, giving the cause as ubar pneumonia. I sent death notices o the newspapers, conducted the fu- ^ icral and saw her put in her grave. I ras certain no one knew anything bout it." Scbroeffel was arrested as a result if anonymous letters recelvo by the lolice, telling of neighbors having teard screams In his. home the night Irs. Schroeffel was killed Later the net that he had forged a doctor's iame to the death certificate was dis overed." There are cases on record of lighfilng flashes striking the surface of (onds, lakes and rivers and killing [iiantlties of fish. The plumbing shop of H. A. Spencer will be closed Monday on account of death in family at Parkersburg. ,'l m zrJL lis treine long vamp English sizes. Widths AA to IS. :)f these Shoes. You will and $ 5.0 . Bros. & Gore rare Shoes I , '. rjilCOiC'Sjfi fa* ' '' *? * r | BRg^^;;,, . i, * MWfe^1^',''"' f