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WRITTEN BT WILLIAM C. FREEMAN. One of the reasons all news papers do not get all the gen eral advertising that really be longs to them is the jealously and “knocking” done* by newspaper representatives who do not happen to get the first copy put out by a new ad vertiser. In a big city not long ago a concern wanted to try out newspaper advertising. They selected an agent who knew his business ,and after some discussion decided to use ONE newspaper. This newspaper was se lected because they wanted to reach the mcmbers of the clubs in that city, and they knew that this newspaper was read by them. It was the manager’s inten tion to spend about S2,ooo in this newspaper, and he had an idea he would be able to show his associates sufficient re turns to justify EXTENDING THE CAMPAIGN and using some other newspapers. The advertising appeared a few times, and the represen tatives of the other newspa pers in town called on the agent to see if they w'ould get the business. The agent told them frank Iv the advertiser’s purpose, but this did not satisfy them and they went over the agent’s head and called on the adver tiser himself. Instead of offering him sug gestion or co-operating with him in any wray, they re marked how foolish he was to use this one new spaper, which hadn’t a large circulation, and thev so disgusted the adver tiser that HE STOPPED THE CAMPAIGN ALTOGETHER and diverted to another city the S25.000 he had intended to spend in newspapers in the first city. So the city where he wanted to gradually develop business killed him off as an advertiser through the asinine solicita tion of the newspaper repre sentatives who did not get the first copy. Until newspaper represen tatives are willing to co-oper ate with each otfler — until they are willing to encourage the advertiser despite the fact that he may use some other paper than their own, it is go ing to he hard to develop news paper advertising on broad lines. HONORABLE COMPETI TION is all right enough, but the kind of competition that tries to build by tearing down somebody else is a menace to ‘he development of business. (To be continued.) COURT THEATRE. FrMay «r,-1 P.torriay. April anil Maflrnn Afternoon Th» Marry M>i«'.-»1 i-om."') Many irpria-n “A BROKE! IDOL” N*t I' I I'M. i Jfgf* \.m- • * gr 1 n’S.ara n.«*fl> «!rl- >»rt«,nal N.w V.rlt »ni chlnr , frMui-M'.n ‘’ampl.t. • m Im« i hr t Mlr r-lr. . lay l-rl-aaliV fn «’ ••• Jl«fi,«. 2. *r.i < F>r»* ttm» at ivi#* APOLLO THEATRE. < ' \rTf r iaii tat tobttr nrtLiiQuriui 1 ' F«»r» Vr r,„ fir.ta l- .fry oiri^' >iii:i.a‘ ooti.r r»l r. ; I Our btsi Argument I* our reputation for fair denting On it we will "reM our caM.” Money haa a great jur^havng power at fhi« More No one who i* a prudent buyer tan afford f0 overlook ua when it,iking their Spring purchaaea Geo. VV. Fox i 1310 MARKET ST. L ' McFadden’s - - - The Men’s Store ■ ■ ■ ■ * ■■ - ■ SOMETHING EXTRAORDINARY Special Sale of Boys’ Easter Suits At Reduced Prices I These are all new goods just from the makers, bought at prices that allow us to give you a big reduction from original prices. Ve have these suits in the regular Double Breasted and Norfolk Suits for larger boys, also Russian Blouse, Buster Brown and Norfolk for small boys. Boy.’ $8.50 Ea*ter Suit. A A reduced to Choice new patterns ot Cassimere, worsted and velour, light colors or me dium colors, the newest spring styles. Boy.’ $6.00 and $6.50 Easter Suit. <£/l A A reduced to Among these are some patterns that 1 usually sell for as much as $7.50. Light, dark or medium shades of cassimere, worsted and serges. All new Spring patterns. Many of these suits have two pairs of pants. Boy*’ $4.98 Eaater Suit* Q" reduced to Some extra nice patterns of Spring weight cassimere and worsteds, some with two pairs of pants. Boy*’ $2.50 Easter Suit* QJT reduced to Among these are double breasted Russian Blouse and Norfolk Suits of very nice new patterns and extra good values. ■ Now is vour chance to get the hoy his Faster Suit at prices that mean a big saving. Come early and get your pick of the best. Nnw RmJv Easter Neckties—Easter Shirts—Fester Hats— mow Keaoy taster Caps—Easter Shoes—Faster Socks— !For Easter Faster Gloves—Spring and Summer Underwear for men and boys. M c F a D D N ' S I Everything Men ar.d Boys Wear. 1122 and 1124 Market Street. rr.wnmc ..... ,,,,1,^^__ MOUNDSViLLE ! High School Play to Take Place This Evening in Auditorium of Cen tral School Building. The High school play en'itled “Much | Ado Aliout Nothing." for which the students of the local High school have! I <*cn reht arsing and making prepara tions during the oast few weeks, will : take plao- this evening In tiie nudlto- ] rtutn of the Central school. The fol lowing Is the program: PAUT I Sole, rton.H.xh S- i i*>l Orchestra I'at-ill i- limy Mason, i l.< r* M MIIl - i i • ■■ ■ When the W itiil* Are irtr tl I I. |!|"W a <iale Hi fnril Horten Hre,I n.- Kittle tjavioci.-” . I . . . . It-rnlre s. ,,tt : . <»f Mo- Tf*m Mr>»ivr “. i . S. u . IliKh S h.io| i »reb##ra v* r\»rr 11 “Mufh %«!o Vnfhlnf." •Mm il * ’tmipj> » ’ ^»krl R n pri’tnlrrnt yo’injj Am»rlr»n. »nJf o«ii*r if t r.«* si*rr« •|*1 l *»> * *f> I r k in> c n«l VV’hut tlmnmy nr#* ofh#*r ilfuirnit' ... * I • t •« htp | ftrfn»r. *P - I c n*i w- ti *»f l.or.f I *oim •• f#r, "v»r», I y * * > Rjr 7* »n ' - -re Man I,.. ,n (•».». ' e | r.H *■'•**-. «an * im!r*r .f An>«r| t mr ihr i an I fa# inatlm .. ,, r* I ft^i . Jongk. hi »• ».f r*> k lr h#r*Hf * » a t»f t, » * |t# Inii Automobile and Motor Boat Accessories The Celebrated Monoplea Horn. $1S.uti. j ‘ an t>e heard for two mile* We also carry In stock Storage batteries Dry Batterlee Spark Code Spark Plug* Magneto* Ammeter* Voltmeter* Pull Dofl Connector* Pattery Switches Minlatur* Flush Switehr* P-.iarlty Indicator* CUt Edge Metal Poll** Tuncaten Lamp* for Headlight* or Slrfallghta Trouble Hunter Lamps Gee Electric Co. IK to 2* Kourtnenth St. Whtrthtjr. W V*. taxTcabs $3.00 PER HOUR Far ■hart Di**aooaa ■an* Met at ■art*. KfircLLSIT ar**foB BURN3&CHURCH Hark and Transire line llfllrt Nn III* Market ■Irani ■oth nhneea. I Of fra. <71 *< • Sit *71 eift t. *17 Onr Moll* .— I’r'tmpf iwa an I n«nabintp. ^ . , V. S.< rru rtengaline. her mere, prairie ' 8m ,, ' h'-rtie Mra. Ondego-Jooes' rr»i«:en< *• Aft II. Scene—Same. Deeds Recorded. The following deeds were recorded at the court house yesterday: Jesre T. Ashton to Kdward Sims, 18 acres of land la Limestone. Hay C. lllnkle and wife to 8. F. Hinkle, interest In a parcel of land in Liberty district. J II Knox to Carl D McCracken house anil lot in Cameron. .tulla Ann Lunaronl to Davis Alexan ‘'‘‘H ,wo ("reels of land In Mounds Silas R. McDonald to M I.. Camp h‘ ll. I'd an of land In Sand llill die trict. • M Ilham (’arsons and wife to Mary I. ltewetf, lot 21 and part of lot tn Moiindsvtlle Mining and Manufacture tng Company s addition to Mounds ville. Kxnn H Roberts ami Cora C. Rob ?"• to ' hnri. s A Jones, lot 3d In Millers addition to Moundavllle. Finger Amputated. r 11 Humes, a resident of the „p. |>er end of the city, employ d at flic Hunter * Lex I coal mine on Harr’s Hun. sustained severe injuries jester da-, afternoon while engaged In oper ating a motor III, band in some manner became caught In the cogs of the machine, and when he managed tr extricate It. It xvna found necessary to amputate one of the nngers. Plant Trees. Kxery child and teacher of the In cal public schools was given a small catalpa tree, furnished bv Slone g Thomas, of Wheeling These small plants the recipients promised to plant In the varda about the homoa. and i.i. n» or in« i.aoo w«-r» given out to the school children This distribution was In observance of Arbor I»ar. No School Today. Owing to the f„«t m,„i s number o' the tear tiers of the loci arliools all attend the inerting of the Ohio Valle/ Hound Table to he held at itellalre hi* afternoon, no school win he held in the schools to-day. Opera Confectionary. *■ f Koonf*. proprietor of the fte» ■ f entti street n.-ws stand, haa planned to open a confectionery and Ice cream parlor In c.mnertlon with hi* bran/ stor* on .lefferson avenue Thla win !«• opened by thl* evening and ready tf*T bitMn^op. H#ll Fun#f|| The arrangements for the fuoerM r*T II 8 Mall Were completed vester day afternoon The service* will he held thl* afternoon at i .w o'clock from the residence of hi* parents, Mr and Mr* Kphralm Hall, of Fifteenth street and 'niotnpson avenue. Itev li F Ithoads. pastor of the First M K ‘ ehtirch. having eh.irge The inter m« nt will he m*de ln mi H. *.• eeme terv The deceased I* survived hv I four als'ers and four brothers Me was *0 year* of are Mall sustained Injuries Inst Friday In an accident at the I’anama coal mine tn this eltv. wh‘« h. although at Aral not considered serious, proved fatal Damage Suit Filed If l alford, a resident of Twelfth ! street of this city, Wednesday after noon A lad * damage suit for ft,Ann f* the office Of the tTrrntt « Wh against kfaft to.4 h'UlWUL UnU UHppany.l Francis the First Democrat Insurgent RESIGNS FROM COMMITTEE ON ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR TRAFFIC. Doe* Not Agree Th*t He “Fared Well" In Assignments to Com mittees. Under the caption “The First I)emo crstlc Insurgent." The New York Sun prints a very interesting article con cerning Congressman W.'B. i ranrl* of The Sixteenth Ohio district, and his objections to his committee as signments. at the hands of the con gressional committee on committees. The article In full la as follows; i According to the Wheeling Intelli gencer. the Hon. W. B. Francis of the Sixteenth Ohio district, a new member of the house, "fared well" in the as signments distributed by the commit tee on committees Mr Francis waa appointed to Claims. Revision of the Laws, and Alcoholic I.lquor Traffic, but he does not admit that he fared well. In a letter to Chairman Underwood of the committee on committees Mr. Francis resigns as a member of Alco holic Liquors Traffic, and declares that only one of "the assignments given me is in accordance with my express ed wishes.” The new member from Martins Ferry takes Mr. Underwood's committee to task for looping off so much house patronage; not that the new comer is opposed to economy; on the contrary, ho wants "highly paid and useless commissions created sole ly for the care and comfort of ‘lame ducks'" done away with, and he In timates that he would not be averse to a reduction or the salaries of mem bers of congress, and their mileage too. But "the abolishment of a few positions where the laboring men are employed” he condemns. The Insurgency of a new member before he takes his sent in congress is so novel and perplexing that it is natural to grope for a reason. We chance upon it In the Cleveland 1-e.ader; "Representative Francis, who won which operates the Panama coal mine aouth of this city. K. I>. Leach acted as counsel for the man. and In the papers filed it was claimed by Halford that some months ago he was Injured in the mine. H» claims that Instead of being taken to the surface at once, he was forced to lie upon the cold, damp ground on the floor of the mine from 9 a. m. until (;llrt p. m. owing to the fact that both shafts to the surface were out of order. Goods Recovered. Through the work of Chier of Po lice W. K. (lames and J. II. Henm, the prominent Jefferson avenue druggist, articles that will aggregate were found yesterday afternoon at the home of a young man of the city, all of which were taken from the Henm drug store within the past few days. After the goods were recovered Mr. Beam decided not to prosecute the hoy. It Is alleged that that the young man confessed to several other petty robberies that have occurred about the city within the past few months. Taking Examination. iniriysix teachers or the local schools took the uniform examination last evening nt the Central school building. This was the first uniform examination of the calendar year, and was In charge of Prof. O. K. Ilubbs and County Superintendent of Schools James Parriolt. Voundsville Briefs. G. W. Maxwell has retumeil to his home In this city after spending a few do .» In the southern part of tho State with relatives and friends, lie spent two days with his daughter, Mrs. Hughart. at Glenray. Miss Klsie Jefferson left yesterday afternoon for Wheeling, where she will spend a f« wdays as the guest of relatives and friends Miss Julia Hill left yesterday for Pittsburg, where she will spend a few dava visiting her mother. Mrs. John Ootherle. who has lieen confined to her home on Third street for the pest few days with a severe Illness, Is new improving nlcelv. Miss Mattie Robert* left last even in? for Wilklnshurg. where she will spend a few days ns the gu»*t of her sister. Mrs. F K. Wynne She will visit the schools in that city to-day. Flltner lirrsenger, n prominent school teacher of Franklin district, jtasued through the cltv yesterday morning on his way to Cameron, where he assisted In the uniform ex amination held In the school of that cltv last evening Will Norris I* confined to his home on Third street with a severe illness Mr> ,1. M. r.randstaff. of First street. Is severely 111 with an attack of the grip S ft Ault returned yesterday to his home In the city after spending a short visit in Shadvslde with rela tives and friends Mrs C K White Is spending a few dera in th" cltv with her brother. |i T florton. of Center street Site Will Cash Specials at Welty’s r>»irtnjr fho r»mVrvtor of thm wooR wo Fll! ttiAka f* a f (towing rt»nrA«im|i B on tmh f»ur of BAJIK.T Rin» rtaOtm 5B«J A mart only a AtriAll lot mM In Tour nrltr i tirly OLD rAHIIORTD LTD VOBIVT Rtf'ilir r>n«, Ian* • tm Bp*clAl :« a can. ROLL/ BRAVO BLICBD BBBF I’At kA.f l.y l**o llo# h N'i( Pkrklng Ol . Vt.ftA hofltr aoM. VAf^lftr a be Jar tat IBe; • tar at 9 fat %€a. OTOl tFRCULI * DVVDBB RYAPORATtD F1LC. itififlAfillljr l-olloto thin In l»o |hd I \,*mi ovBporA Ar| milk o?» th# rrnrkot Bwtkll CAAA « for iv Urft cam ion 5r 9 tat Rfto ***** |*OtRtOAA. AlkftAAtlno V,l<|t«M Vo- I < M a; ba i <»i .or pmuiniMt * **••!* for homo or RAnlon WELTY’S | ' raws read ■ant*." ,S* Otkax rkeas, 104S Marts* g\ t In a heavily Republican district, ob jected to the assignment to the com mittee on Alcoholic Liquor Traffle. He said this would defeat hla reelectlon. He declared that the liquor question was loaded with dynamite and that Ohio Democrats had been torn apart by the Issue. He pleaded that he ought not to be forced to ait In the committee, which will pass on the bill prohibiting the shipment of liquor from 'wet- Into 'dry' territory. A num ber of the Ways and Means Committee juried Francis's tears by telling him j thn Committee on Judiciary would consider this bill." Nevertheless, the member from Mar tina Ferry baa resigned from Alcoholic liquor Traffle. The provocation to 1 dwell upon the impropriety of a new member s anxiety about hit, reelectlon to congress before be takes hla seat is strong, l»ut we forbear, for in the Hon. W. B. Francis w© discern a valiant and unflinching champion of economy on broad lines and in big I figures. His indignation at house or jganization pruning, so. many Capitol1 Iiollcemen and so many superannuated j clerks cut off. is explained by a sympathetic recognition of them as j "laboring men.” One Democratic i : member, confronted by the sight of these beheadings. Is said to have cried, "It Is anarchy." But we are sure the ( new member from the Sixteenth Ohio I district is tnad© of sterner stuff. His heart may throb for the "laboring tnen." some of them drawing $2,500 a j year, a ho have been sacrificed to make a public spectacle, but his head tells I him that his own work and the record I j he Is to make lie In the great field of j i departmental economy. With his little I ! hatchet he will lop off millions Irom j extravagant estimates. No bloated river and harbor bill, no public build Ing grab, will get by him without ©0*1. ous blood-letting. We welcome Mr. Francis to the un selfish band of dle-ln-the-last-dltch economies whose motto Is "Hew to: , the line, but prune not at all." leave the first part of the week for Kavenswood. where she will make her future home. J. C. I tarda 11 has returned to dila home on Fifth street from Hot I Springs, where he spent a few days I 1 f“r the benefit of his health. He re- 1 ports that the rosebuds, trees and j vegetables are well under way at that place. Mrs. Sarah I.anrnster. who has been i confined to her home on Hickory ave nue for the past week with a severe , illness, shows no improvement. T. n. Frederick, of the E. W. Rose Medicine Company, st. Louis, Mo, r.pent yesterday in the city, on busi ness. BUILD NEW YARDS AT CANAL DOVER BALTIMORE AND OHIO MAY, ABANDON HOLIDAY. It was reported on good authority yerterday that the C. I,. & w. divi sion of the Baltimore and Ohio will conduct new yards at Canal Dover to take the place of the present Hollo way yards making the terminals of the! divisions at Bridgeport and Canal Ihiver in place of at Holoway and Ben-1 v. ood. 1 ■" B. 41 O *bt ■ oM year ago pttpI chased necessary ! t! at'canal Dover foe the yards and feo-n reports the company fo nd it in- r.i. i -al to i,av<.' the end of the division at Hollounv for several reasons, sad ore was that b made a hid haul In conne t'on with Fairmont, and then made the iae| too1 lorn: to the next yards. In addition to this the company has found It difficult to ke» p mm at Holowav and 'hi ma Jority of the railroad men object to • Ixine In tlie town i With one terminal In Bridgeport md ‘ the other at Canal Dover the distance I- twe* n the places Is such that If will enable to road to make much better time In handling freight and make It eas'er on the employes. It is said the 'ards will t*. maintained at Holloway -and flit* machine shop*, may tie kept there, the yards bring used for storage i and In cases of emerge nry If rei»ori* nre true the work of constructing the new yards will pn started In the near future and when completed will be, modern In every wav. ™ WE ' P p A A A A O C e: e The Palace has furnished thousands ot Happy Hom*a, and is prepared this season H to furnish many more. The large number of Palace patrons is evidence of the fairness I of its policies; the low prices at which it sells; the satisfaction of its dignified credit plan- I - -r the liberal treatment of — ^ I -A......,!' I .... I \ . /.!■ I --' * i « to get our prices and ; J see our goods before 4 * buying. Comparison ZS*; nf goods and prices courted. T'ijw- Ask a Palace patron J IV about us—about our prices and merchan dise and what he thinks of the treatment he re cur* A CLOSETS ceives at the hands of tbit massive Quarter O.* Ovmr 25 ilifTar^nt to p*i*ct the Palace. It 1$ no 5*"^' ** large French f-r*Tvi i" o«k. Mrihfiraif, Karl? Fnctiah trouble to show fnn k ^ate Mirror, polish tlnish. A reg •n<i w nnthrrH Oak uoui ic to snow goouS ular $100 value * rrom »M.70 up to tioooo at the Palace.other* from 920.no Up TTHF PAI AFF 1113 and 1115 Main St. 4 4 44-i 4 **4--** VxL-4 Undertaking Parlor, 1114 Water St. i t SPRING CARPETINGS^ In Widest Selection of Price - Quality - Variety BEST QUALITY $27.50 $31.50 WILTON RUGS ^$35 00 $45.oo 9x12 s“ J and $55.00 BEST GRADES BODY I tiq en *9. cn BRUSSELS RUGS W4.5U 9x12 six. j $26.50 $28.00 BEST TAPESTRY RUGS) ... . -- Inrulding the well known Rox- V 1 *ZKsZ f $16.95 MATTING AND COLONIAL RAG RUGS in colors to please odd sizes up to 9x12 Size 69c up to $10.50 — SPECIAL Axminster Rugs, 9x12 Size, $16.85 Small Rugs all kinds and sizes. H. C. FRANZHEIM CO. EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING 1126-28-30 Main St., Wheeling, W. Va. Itinerary of the Board of Trade Adopted Thursday TRIP WILL COMPRISE THREE OATS TSAVBL. Wheeling Trade Boomers Will Travel Seven Hundred Miles end Visit Thirty U-ree cities. • Wheeling Mean* Business." <'an ring this slogun the Roard of Trade burners will l»a**r this city on a special train over I he Baltimore e Uhlo railroad on May nth, on their annual ex cursion. which this year wl.l spread over u radius of Too mile* and touch fouriee.t towr s In Ohio and nineteen In the north ern eectlon of tide state t-Tr.a! arrange ments for the fourth annual escursotn wire completed at a meeting held yester day by the Board of Trade excura dn committee Mora than a hundred buxi ne** men will take the trip, which prom ts* * to outrival that of any prexiouv ex ittrslon ever given by ilia Board of Trade. Tno special tram, which will consist I'f te.en coaches, will pull out of the B. ,x o station et 7 a m.. traveling »* t* •* the river to Bridgeport and »hen -B through eastern Ohio to Marietta From Marietta the special will again cross the I n:< to Parkersburg, theme t*> Philippi ***** hack home. Music and other vari ous amusements will be provided on the train. Attached to the train will he an ob urwitlott car. sleeper*, diner* and sup pl* car* In fa.-t the trnlr. will be a modern up-to-date hotel on wheels Both the National an.l Bell Telephone fom ponles will supply phones free of charge and they trill he mnner te*l at every slop 1 arson* taking t e trip will thus i.e aula t*» talk to their business houses and r.i*oilh * if they ih-sirc at each stop toe Iral makes lent year the trip com prised four days and was a verv enjoy able one Practically all who look the tup last year will take It this year, together with a i. .rnler of others. At toe meeting yestordayy Seifon Alexander presided, ;arvl the follow'ng -• •-»e present J. It Nay or, J A Bio h. B*-r. I x 1 e• A. K Schmidt and 1! B Nay lot <Sen-ral I’avs* nger Agsnl Burke, of the B Jir <>. VI* present anl submitted the Itinerary. After s few minor chan yes had he* n made tie hoard adopted It. I ,,a » hedi.lc folio* * 1 UIIST BAY. la* Wheeling, t is It. A- O. 7 a A M. Arrive Bridgeport. 7411 I !-es\e Bridgeport. 7 40 " Arrtxe Barton . 7 5* " | l-ene Barton . «.!J Airlxe Flushing . (44 Lenvs Flo«)lng .. k 10 ’• Arrlxe Holloway . ti-Jk ** i Leu e IfolloWAy ......laito * » •rrli* Freeport .10 II " I eave Freeport .10 JO AtIve I hrlchsx Ilia .in f.5 ** l,«axe I * h rlchsxdlie .it 10 •• Arrlie New I’hllsdelpMa .. II 41 l eave New Philadelphia . .. . 11.15 p M Arrtte t'aosl Trover 17 Jo leave rwnal Bover via Penna. J 7*1 " Arrive New t'on.erstown__ 1:4J " J i -—-- — !*»'• New Comaratown...... 2 15 " Arrlv Cambridge. 3.00 ~ l.euve Cambridge. 3 45 " Arrive Byaavllie. 3 55 •• Leave Byeavllle. 4:10 “ Arrive 1’lMiam City.. 4 26 * ■ wave liensant City. 4 45 « Arrive Cablw.ll . 6;00 “ Leave Candwell . 6:45 ~ Airlve I’ecer City . * ns " Leave I'eater City. 6 20 “ Arrive Martettu .7;00 " Leave Marietta . 8:00 “ At live Parkersburg . . 8-JO *• SECOND DAT. I.eave Parkersburg via 11. e O. 7:00 AM. Arrive Cairo . 7:55 " I e_ve Cairo.ft 10 " Arrive I’ennaboro. ft 36 ” Leave Pennaboro. 8:55 " Arrive Weat I'nion . 9 25 " Leave Weat Colon .. 9:45 " Arrive Salem .10^25 " Leave Salem.10:50 " Arrive ilarkshurg.11:30 ** Leave Clarksburg . 1:30 p. M. Arrive WeMon . I 30 •• 1 -nve Weston. J 30 " Arrive Burkhannon. 4 in — leave liiivkliannon ......... 5:00 “ Arrive llellngton .* 00 “ Lmve Keiinaton. 6 30 " Arrive Philippi . 7 j* - THIRD DAT. I^ave rtillippl . 7:00 A jg, Arnve lirafton ....„. g 00 ” Leave lirafton . g 45 •• Arrive Morgantown .10 20 Leave Morgantown .11:30 M Arn.e Pnlrmont ..12 3n p w L«a.e T'airiuont . 2 11O Arrive Shlnnston .. 2 40 *• Leave Shlnnatnn . S no *• Arrlvt Hmltlifield . 4 00 Leave Sinitliflel I . 4 20 •• Arrive Jaeobebiirg. 4 35 •* I .cave Jacobsburg . 4 55 e Arrp e pine firuve. 6 05 " Leave Pine Drove. 5 33 •• Arrive New Miirtinsv llle .... 6 55 •» Leave New Msrllnsvllle. 7 no - Arrive Sletersvtlle . 7 |n » leave Sletersvllle . go* » Arr v. Wheeling . 9 20 * LOCAL PHYSICIAN Dr. John E. Marschner, of South Sida, to Have Charge of Asylum in Maryland. Word ha* Juat been received by lorul friends of I)r John E. Marsch ner. formerly of the South Side, to the effect that he haa Just been made resident physician In charge of the Maryland asylum. Dr. Marschner has been attending the P. A 8. col lege in Baltimore, Maryland. for the past four years, and hit many local friends wish him success In his new field. He will assume his duties at the asylum June Are*.