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BmmW i ?nr ti nr 1-i-f? **rt* i1
TSSTtuin* br the railroads ml:
m at the rdoms of tie as- .
tad the condnsion . was
it inasmuch t> the rati
J, In the federal court of
rest Virginia .when the
la their vtem regarding
If atffened cars under
norma? Tlie old board
E&Wletiie ats are not adequate to-1
jgfir in the Fairmont region there is I
gnfirrr" rrY on the Baltimore & I
(jSBhlo'rsflroad than any day since i
gjfenday and the Weai^Virpnia disaer
cent car supply, best
WHBfey, 10. when there at re 334
mtajdacod. The beauty of it is that i
BjKefthe ears in the West VirginggfflHr^to^assfcned
HEmiLihtTived. The car supply ou
MBBa'a Ron and Wyatt-Binga HrantcheB
of the Western MaryBud
railroad, however, is below car,
Hps abont a 50 per cent run, which
figerer is a decided improyement
jjjpoday there are 782 empties on the
CXStio railroad and as a result of
BBS-toortage there are 60 mines idle.
Hggearly morning placement ahis
jBmgwas 732. Toe cue are claraiB&Lic.
x, 5; M. V. T? 59. There were
E&ars left over from the previous
H^gThe 'mines today ordered 16011
Bjgg 'ot wMcb, 2d cars were ordered
^Kmpties on the Mononrahela railnumber
333 in the West
E&btds -of coal and coke. Coal
ShMoest on the Pittsburgh & Lake
^^^groadat Btownsrillo has again
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MI IIaI I ' JL
nil ITJLJjrU-U-ri--l.-L-1.-L-l ~ _
if flie Interstate Commerce
find Hon Any Relief
i n m icf
Ijeen.resnmeda Iai*e manlier of railroaders
hare gone back recently. Tba
P. & L. E. yesterday mewed 200 loads
rat of Browssrllle. Here is an ac
annola/ion of 688 loads of coai ana
coke at Brownsville this morning.
On the Helen's Bon and WyattWngamon
branches of the Western
Maryland railroad there are 83 empties
The Indications are that the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad -will hare a
Con ran on Monday. ' By 10 o'clock
this morning there were 782 empties
In sight for Monday's loading.
The Mnnonaghela railroad expects
some cars for Monday, bat was unable
to strike any percentage this morning.
Fairmont region on Friday loaded
610 cars can of coal and coke?(03
can of coal and seven can of coke.
Mines along the Monongah division
of the Baltimore nd Ohio railroad on
Friday loaded 5(9 can of coal and
* * enH oovan mpo
CO?e DO* UU3 Ui wot OUU uv.w. ?w.w
of coke, there were 502 care of coal
loaded east and 60 care or coal loaded
west Of the seven care of coke loaded
on the division, there were five for
the west and two lor the east Wagon
mines of the division loaded twelve
care of coaL
Operations alone the Mononnahela
railroad in the West Virginia district
loaded 35 cars of coal, and those in
the Pennsylvania district loaded 111
care of coaL
Loading along the Helen's Ban and
Wyatt-Bingamon branches Of the
Western Maryland railroad took another
drop yesterday, there having
been six care of coal loaded.
Strikes are Ended.
The 250 miners who quit work because
four men were discharged for
Office and Factory Fifth
JOSEPH A. A.YV
I Pure Ice Cre
We m ami factor? S, 12,16, 20, 25
Louis 6. Hehrick, Dist- Sa
J. F.EVANS J
Wholesale Lumber, Mm
Sound Service Has Estal
Empire Bnflding. Phone '
j Straight &}
Consulting, Civil am
Successors to Fainn
Examinations and reports oa
ntwand ttaber lands. Complete i
supervised. Propertiai sarreyed i
29-30 American BIdg. (fori
FRANK C. 8HBJVER,
loading sulphur balls and dhfir coal <
generally at Baehel mine at Boons 1
returned to work this monrtat C.F.
Keener Charleston, president of Die- <
triet 17, United Mine Workers, and B. r
A ai?oft| IwtomaHmif I Tftgmhr, j
conferred -wttli the men and tbey ,
agreed to return to work If the men
who were discharged were re-employed.
This was done and the miners returned
The strike among the MO employes <
of the Deaker Coal eomjany, Ktngw ]
wood, has been settled amicably. The <
miners struck for several days, but j
returned pending a permanent settle- <
meat It appears that a one-armed 1
engineer was discharged because of >
his inability to do the work, but the
cornumr OffftTed imffahlA work HQ
be could make a IMihood. KaaUj j
tbe mines agreed to retaxatoiorL ]
Biflj Shipnaita. i
These daily shipments were made ,
oS the Baltimore and Ohio rsflroari: .
Curtis Bay, 110 cats; St. George'* 13 ,
cars: faVyi fgwr ;
points, four ess; Ohio points, 24 I
cars; miseeBaneoos western .points,
East of Grafton there vera lfiSl
loads drawn is twenty-four trains on
theJBaltimore and Ohlo-rallroad.
There were 27- cadoads of raflroad ,
fuel loaded on the Baltimore and
Ohio railroad as Friday. The chief
consignments were: B. & 0, 145
can; P. & E, 44 cars; New York
Central, 3$ cars; Central of New Jersey,
It Is understood that the trial of H.
E. Peters, president of sob-district 4,
United Mine Workers of America, by
the members of the district board, has ,
been continned nntil next week. It is
sail that no witnesses hare bees '
heard as yet in the case, bat they will ,
be beard next week.
C. F. Keener, president of district
17, who attended the trial this week,
will return to Charleston late this af*Am/m
Mr TTaptiay tnaintninart hifi
usual reticent attitude on the case
Prices May Break.
Coal prices are probably higher today
than they hare been in the history
of the bttnminoos coal fields, esHELMICK
' MACHINE CO.
Mine Cars and Tipple Equipments,
Frogs and Switches.
FAIRMONT, W. VA. '
1 S j
fs 618-895. j |
Ulnm'itla Aus j I
oum wiw ijfHixi t?..
t Cream Co.
xsters of ;
am and Ices j i
wit, W. Va. J j
, 30, 35 and <0 lb. sections, with
Do yon want any?
les AgL Fairmont, W. Va.
e Material and Special
alished Our Widespread
1081. Clarfesbarg, W. Va.
i . .1
d Mining Engineers,
ont Engineering Co.
coal, oil and gas properties, coal
mining plants designed and erection
md mapped. Deeds abstracted and
S3UNG A SPECIALTY
nerly Fleming) Phone 463
a Supply Co.
Q and Mine SnpPomps
s, Motors and
^ the w?t and the prtmBOi tat <;
routings are to be moetdlred. i
Accepts K?r Portion. ?
jm Wrmont office of The Jtmtoon 1
jber lor tore yean,
3reemtog. Pa,, where sheifil art j
nrinte secretary to Twney ac- c
jonndl purehaatag agent of tbe lr- I
sin Gas Coal compear, one of the
jliei companies of the Jamisons. 1
United Km worn.
W. 7. Bay, district boerd member,
3. A. Scott International board man- 1
xz, and Darid Ware, district board ]
member, bad conferences on today <
West Vagina Metal F
Boas od Oopp?p?Si
Heks, Midline BU
Onr Specialty is Mining Tools an
Orden on Sb
Glen Elk Luml
RAILS PROPS '
Phone 454 or wi
SPECIAL SIZES 0
Mine Pumps, i
Substation Equipment an
309 Monroe St
First, by using light:
Second, by using hig
Provide ample light
inafion is often-required.
tableJaraps at these pom
to light the whole -room.
are, ELECTRICITY car
II. . ?. .1 I'l l ? 1 1
a i m
George T. Bell. executive efcopne- '
lent of the Northern Wat Virginia
leal Operators'iseodaOon, vfflteere .
'xirmoat far Washington, D. C, an innday
night He win attend the _
leering tnciitrnt to the proposed
relght ate Incremtu.
Brooks Fleming, Jr_ ?? ?*? to
maiden!, The Consolidation Coal,
oge^has returned from a trip to
Duncan Sinclair, coal broker, to
tome from Washington. IXC. ?
At Qacero. in SoBsto. enter
teesea every night throughout the "
fear, white at noonday the aim to hot ?
month to cause actnal asffering.
rers of I
Ms, Pis Rote.
, W. FA.
s, Sepper Tools,
d We Are Equipped to Sapftf
Fairmont, W. Ya. j
3 Prefer Oar
ite for Prices.
JG, W. YA.
. Inter dpi j)
F LUMBER AND
ic Service Co.
id General Repair Work j;
. Va. Office
, Phone 1226
5 only^heii and where
-atpaints where ilhnnExtra
outlets for port^cmakeit
ent, and "by exercising
i be employed in a wide
BoefcereDise Mine Pa
Boilers and iBwi?
.Dnien.-in Fairmont <
Bay and Gain, Milling
Poultry alid VannfMt
Stock Foods. Ho?. ?*>> '
Fire, istonoblle, Cwni
Yon Will Fed Frond o
IF too build with the materials we
home, too will feel confident and
as tell you more about the largest B
tral West Virginia.
Fairmoct, W. Va.
Get Our I
Fairnont Wall PI
Office and Plant 10th
OHLEY F. i
Special Protective Feati
401 Professional BIdg.
I CAR RET/
ill ARE THE MOST EFFICIENT,
? | METHOD OF HANDLING CAi
|r WHILE LOADING.
3 RAILWAY CARS CAN BE
9 TIME?OR A FOOT. OR-A Y,
|| ONE SIMPLE MOVEMENT <
It I OVER SIXTEEN HUNDR
? TARDERS ARE NOW IN
i throughout the counxr
vwnte us for comple
9j buuetins-om request
I Fairmiif tfaiglli
Gram & OnrSpedaltiee
Co. Marigold, Party
una of ?rt
ind Feed. Boaqnet Floor,
Jty, Surety Band*.
f Your New Home
are prepared to tomiah for joar
proud of a job wen done. Let '
sildtss Materlala Stock b Ook " ;
ng Supply Co. A
2 TOOLS '||g
aster Coipiy j
St and Bdt line.
Fairmont, WVY* i
I I Hi
SAFE AND ECONOMIC US
t$ UNDER THE TIPW jig
MOVED AN INCH AT A IB
ARD?AS required by Da
IF THE OPERATOR,'* jig
0 FAIRMONT-CAR RE- H?
ACTUAL OPERATION IB
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