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The Kind Too Hare Always Bought, and which has been in u*e for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under hi* per* sonal supervision since It* Inffcncy. Allow no one to deceive you in thin. All Counterfeit*, Imitation* amt •••Inst-a^go**!” nre but Experiment* that triile with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against experiment. What is CASTORIA • 'Castorla I* n harmle** substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* gnrlc. Drop* nnd S.volhiug Syrup*. It i* IMcasnut. It contain* neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio substance. It* age i* it* guarantee. It destrtfy* Worm* POLITICS IN TRUST CASES ATTOANEV |ATM TL« TALET QUESTIONS MOTIVE iN SUITE Qu«*t>oe» Coettitutioea'ity of Sw*r. mao Law in Effort to Terim natc Cat* DKTKOIT. Jan If. The govern ment prosecution-• of buaincs* or ganizations utuJiT the Sherman anti trust las arc le *tig pursued for poli tical effect was a declaration made In the federal court here today bv At torney Hubert II lluueyman. of New York, arguing le-fnre I'nited States IHMltet Judge A c AnselI. a motion to quash the indictment against the t'oiwell la-ad Company, of New York, use of the two score defendants in the government's criminal cam against the bath tub trust, lie added that while regulation of prices by a customs tariff was recognized as t Justifiable by Mu- government. It was strange that other efforts to regu late prices were regarded by the govertiment's department of justice as criminal, even in v iew of court de cisions that disagreed so much as to leave the citizen in ignorance as to what he wight and what lie might not he permitted to do. * "We have a situation in the juris prudence of the I'nited States that ought to lie straightened out by jhe courts before It becomes worse.4* said the attorney Court adjourned ai the conclusion of the opening arguments for the Col well company, and former I'nited States District Attorney Frank I! Watson, special counsel for the gov ernment. will to-morrow address the court In opposition to the motion to quash. Attack Sherman Law. In support of the motion it was ar good to-day that the Sherman law , was unconstitutional, that a quite re I cent decision of the I'nited Slates si: 1 preiue court had been tha' a jury 1 could not determine the reasonable ness of a restraint of trade, while in *he Standard Oil rase the court had i evpllcltly taken the element of reason ableness Into nccgnint. | The court was asked to compel the • government to elect which of the two , indictments it would ask to have j brought up first, the eharge of con spiracy or that of attempted man opoly III reply to ehiirg* o* had faith and dilatory tactics, made by Attorney Watson, counsel for the defendants nnnouri'cd ihal Judge ATigells de cision on the motion to qua-di would uot he appealed I balance sheet | * Hie Conservative Ufetasuram* r ' I I o» ww**^™1* Con,Pany | A* the Cloae of ButineMj December 30, iqj | * I • ;■ and auays r evorrshnes*. it cures jjiurriura ami «ma Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilate* the I-cod, regulate* the Stomach at.d llowel*, giving healthy and ualurdl sleep. The Children's Papacea—The Mother's Friend. CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. Workmen Install New Officers at Temple IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES MARK ED THE INSTALLATION. Supreme Master Workman W M Narvis of Lou‘siana. Had Charge of the Work I . fli er* lie i ouducied under •: •• new rule of I lie Indue* of the Al riel • Order of the | nited Wc irf men. tixi* Jllaee ffi*' eVf-ninK lit Hie now \ II I U tern|de oil I'haplino *tre.-. atm the exert’» * themselves, together with the attendant reremon.e* were unusually nt«re**.uu The installu non ceremonies t.xik place m the spueious lodge rixitn on -he second floor. and .• was taxed -o it* c.ipaeitv "i'll workmen from all the U> due* of •his . ini i Although tin • 'ion "a* .1 pubp affair the ueneral public d d not ava .'xe'.f o' he op portiinp' to witness tic* interesting procedure Inr ei en a» tha' tile hall wa* eritwali-d "i’ii .1 \-t ;i.tet>*r«-d •Udienre The t> al itnm was in charge o Supreme Muster Wot .man W M Marvl*. o M . i|m he pn * led it d.uni ■ omt si oil of so his i rai The officer* of the .* X int.il ..clue* and the Mound*'.i.e lodge -.ere u, s'slled. a* follow* (.a lie, . \,, _• Welcome \n i. Keluiliee \n « Kv eelslor \«» la. I pchttri h \n jn. Wheeling No . ' ,.| d fonl \n o' Mound*' , e and • •• itnpte** •••• • N II Knlerim; outside watchman. I II Mann Icnlc Lodge. No. 15. PaamasTer workman, li •• llam noiui. master workman. P \V Veil **k foreman. S S Horb> . overseer, li Thompson. r**ror«l**r. f .1 ltarth. tnaiH er, * \ Sigafoose. receiver. A M«*Pat**c guide. .1 W lllack; Instd** vatcliman .1 .1 J.each outside v.atoh nan. li MoH8»en«er Kollo* t»|c tin ins’allation came *r**b;»blv one of The most interesting tea «• the whole affair and l» sas one that wa* not down »»n the •roisram '<* speak Yfter Instruct ti;. t!i«* officer* in ’lie'r duties -ip' lve, ; na upon Vf importance of »iic rusr tin had been reposed in them, Supreme Master Workman Narvia uii * i| tha: Mr \ I. Sawfeile had a lew words to sa\. unT lie cave w: v n hn? £• nflenan !n the p'-untlrm Mr Wigal hrmiaht fo the from platform r* t hii mI pa-* .r»* covered with a papei itid .’ was p!acei| on a chair. a fill flier fi .i inns- aide 'mniur paid an elo • pH'liT t rilor e To t f rv ;r. « of a inem i»er n! *he ori:.iti./.nion, whom lie do; !»•• name. )• .t m winch he referred •« n m .«*• *>.*v #»r o the organ.rattor / u an had wor. erf ;n .) how thro .sit h i ► ff its *h#. organisation n a vtrruailj saveij from being wrecked on whoa*, a til concluded !*• Tearing tj,# fan .• no: * ■« t« it pi 11 «»• an* « *h«**r1: k 'hi' *#»•* • # r ***ir»»r* *. • » Ifi.f I* ' * * ■ 1 n** s . .»T • -l out f t,»* n i, r#m** trine** • •►ki.. »• in *h*« ..*» t. Kr..: «• X Ah lift. I • M \ . , • i A \ •• • i »Hii t t. • • ••r . •* , - ae. . a. Li Be * Loej* S 2 I . \ ••**•. 4 • e • 10* • • • * % * WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT “PING" Grand Jury in Dynamite Conspiracy Seek to Discover McMamgai't Helper A'l Charges Agamst Detective Burns of Kidnapping Are Annulled by Court. IMUANAPOI.IS. Jan 15 -Tel* gram* and letter* signed ' Pin* and purporting to contain .1 code system for giving instruct mi * about \ induct*, bridge* and buildings That were To |»e blown up vor»» r »ad P**f*iro ?be federal •grand j»irv tndav n connection with orr «. y \feManiga'. s confession to v>a» implicated uitp him n »!..• d> naiuite c otisp ra* ' I ii s signatur* a •« orur.g •.* \|« Van: ga . «.*«• t». • that of tl-M M« N.,ji*at b.j* »«« .*•»•! b* another shutii mm. m| fn JutiH 1 #i* ,1 • c ‘r na•> M'-Vai g«; sa d •. r**s|H.t, 1 •• • kf.iin fr«»tn r Mg u. n» • > • Vo-lstit: and P •• a . dU» '• r hi* 1. 1 •• * * ...» | „ , •i • 'o tl.- * * . p’s ’ ‘-.t ** 1 • • • • *• DEATH ID WHEEL Resources Mortgage l oans on Heal Estate.Sl56.6oo.oo Bonds Owned . 65,578.90 Premium Notes on Policies in Force.... 5.274.09 Policy Loans. 955.00 Interest Due and Accrued. 4.244.17 Net Amount of Deferred Premiums.... 1.901.81 ('ash on hand in Company's Office.... 71 t.ot Cash Deposited in Banks.!. 16.846.20 Total.8252.1 1 1.22 Liabilities Net Present Value of all Outstanding Pol icies in force Dec. 30. lOn.s 4O.7S0.69 All other Liabilities. 246.60 Surplus to Policyholders. 202,077.93 Total.S252,1 1 1.22 Progress in 1911 (iain in Income over that of previous year. ^7 (iain in Reserves over that of previous \ear.. ( iain in Admitted Assets over those of previous vear. >, (iain in Paid-for Insurance written over that of previous vear.114.Vt', (iain in Paid-for Insurance in force over that of previous year.is*, » Insurance written during the year of 1 o 11. .S2.0O4.670 00 New Insurance Paid-for during the year of i‘M 1. UU.27o.oo j Net Increase in Insurance during the year of 1011. 1,010,516.no Hventuallv you will insure in the P THE CONSERVATIVE LIFE The Home of the Original Multiform Policy. . | MYSTIC LODGE HOLDS BANQUET INTERESTING K OF P AFFAIR AT ELM GROVE. Thirty Seventh Anniversary of the Lodge Celebrated in an Elabor ate Manner. With mar?' a hundred number* ?':t round.m: m** inble] M>m«- Kodr* No .4 Ktcph'1* of f*\th ;»*. of Kim bruvi*. Monday rven ir «hrafw| r|,,. thir* v »tan . .v#*|>ar> of 'li»* foillidttlK of fl.r «*»*•■ %<• .1 nJ d **moker 1 !.• l.*l J.«•! r*••#•«* .*r*:*'.i allv dm» *• t * th* « • u :fIt hannrr* f. «o!or» *rd :»« jf • #• (*?• i*r* d«*m v dtm and T,r#* . i.- ■ -i . I* • a| i- er-tnr. ••• l • i.J*r|ir| tftflu * • ♦ * • • i«.* d . Si » t h#> • • "V Blizzard Causes a Half Million Loss BLIND M' FER Delivers Interest no Address at the High School. • »»i Yfr»n«tnv in th* aes< titi< v r«*m »*f th*- Wheeling fltsrh «• It*-' llai ' YVSI^on i|r|l\ «m , \ «• Mhmiilfv lnt*‘»* clinic a«hlr* sa t.* th* t#*u«*h«'ia* end rtudeht l.«*d «.f tn ei'hiHd. The |». \ \|r \\ ihmi t- * blind minister of Madison, Wm. *»nein. avid reads h!y y*rm«*fls fr*»ni .« Im»«.K «.f rms#*.! |f.- ip tnurlfic tii* • • un»i klv*nr !* ture* to ih* hich s**h«»«* and ..tljer MltMitlonal jnstUui ;••!»« .jr • n the submit of Tii* Ld ii .it!«»:» the Wind STUBBORN WOMAN SPENDS TIME IN JAIL ' H . • x Ihiran ieh*« f« r y. rr* da * ha« * *.|*1ed a «#T *f f|** •‘•.l»l* till Mftd n fid* r t ie • l %' f. r h r I* fi • J ith* II. n* * end VesflO * th • »f low tt * t et' tn ..i, • *• < * pa •• • ■ ■ ».• r ■ rd V— 11 «-r » *-d A V her * Ar# b# i—■* . • f •• _ I - — -J COLDEST SPELL SINCE THE WIN TER OF 1899. Water Mairs Freeze Op and the Fire Demon Sweeps Several West Virginia Cities. Ilreakinif all record* for coni ini.nils i old weather rave there established In the gr^at blizzard of 1 v*‘<. the te-p. lierature retc.rded at the Intelligencer larr evening was .. above, and the mereqr' »a> granuatly shooting down war.], with indlratU r.r tha- It woiiid k:sr 'h* z»ro mark before dawn Sweeping over the Ohio >al • the reeond ru-'tt.Z bi ztar I had the It her itig di ’r.< • in ,i* grasp Iasi night bringing untold suffer ng* d ■ on •he |rr t and der*i«u*« FnmiSatr i •••r r|.t* . res «d prop* |. t.r,g *.» ,rd r.,r r .. n -he tempera*ore • dm M» * V i.ce Less * Vrvr \ t,. .. .. • .v . . y ■, C **» a. *tteh t*i ..a-var lee* p r . igi t n> % . o wave ae d>.rti g >k H-* *•" p.eg. p rt *so«r hit a ha n. -w o.t *• wo"t. proper-. •«t e»■ r. n: \t • r l... , I , 'he • ri** e »-i» i - *erp . ‘ ra" e #t - •»'- 1 -tg.r |rt pr.; Str r*e .'or r 1- a rt1»-r aPr r 1 .ns.- ler'le sa« . • -ttr e .** a r Many bonis may bp torn loose, ymi thousands and thousands ot dollars worth of damage done Aiding Destitute. The Asoeiated Charities and the church sociltes yesterday visited the poor and destitute. supplying elothing. fuel .tand food These ai-ox la’ions and soettie* h;m sated ’he lives ol many poor u the < ty At police headquarters an army of men apply tor iodgint eai h nigh The majority of these .ire bum*. but of 4 nurse have to be 4 a red for MOithns. composer of “Bright Eyes." "Tne*e Twins - Midie Sherry ■ eft * sc wrote “Tee Girl t>f Vy Dreams tne »e-«jt.ora' mus es' comedy success st tee Court tonget TOO LATE TO CASSIFY MkiCELJL A3f EorH rmifn rtttu comi (Champion Interchangeable (ius and (loal Range H. KALBITZER & SON ■ 'n«*n »7»r • . —•« • • *»- *»«*•- im w» —»* » ■ • ■••••■• • w Jr *r - «-*r «« * » - « ' m l* COOintY (Lit * •— *• » - m »* — ■* • • m— » m • ^ * i* YfX cur-in e T »ii an rni casc o» r»kT sr cW' m» Cl IMVTTI K TAR-INE CO.. Ib^lme, * Va.