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HON. GEORGE A. LAUGHLIN
Hon. George A. LautfiMn, candidate for the Republican nomination for | Congress In the First Congressional j district, was born In Wheeling. Sep-i teraber 28th. 1862, and has lived the; greater portion of his life in this com ' tnunity. Mr. Iaiug.illn was educated. In the Wheeling public schools and the Unsly Institute. His first bus! ness experience was In connection! with the Laughlin Drug Company, of1 which his father and uncle were own- j era. and later with the Laughlin Nail Company and the Junction iron Com ! pany. Mr. Laughlin engaged In bust-1 ness for himself and for a number of 1 years operated the Irodale Steel Iron Company, at Middleton, Ind. In! 1898 Mr. Laughlin returned to Wheel- i Ing. and has been a resident of thin clty ever since. He was the principal organizer of the present Board of Trade, and was Its first president, be ing re-elected two successive years. He was one of the organizers and large stockholders In the Laughlin Tin Plate Company, which was after wards sold to the American Tin Plate Company. At the present time Mr. j Laughlin is actively engaged as presi- j HISTORIC SESSION FOR OHIO CONVENTION ' COLUMBUS. O., April i.—The fourth Ohio constitutional convention i In session here today voted to hold a one-day historic session In the Chilli- j rothe court house which Is located on the site where Ohio's first constitu tion was framed. Many of the fu nishings of the first convention hall w ill be used in the holding of the his toric session. REV. NORRIS eights TO ESCAPE A TRIAL FORT WORTH. Tex.. April 1.—The 1 Rev. j. Frank Norris was placed on j tiial here for perjury and the entire i dent of the Cleveland Axle Manufac turing Company, and the Cleveland Canton Spring Company, and he Is also chairman of the board of direct ors of the Western Spring & Axle Company of West Virginia, a corpora tion operating factories In Wheeling. Cincinnati and Canton, Ohio, and olher points. Mr. Laughltn Is a'so actively Identified with a large num ber of Important business Interests In Wheeling and vicinity. He was elect ed to the legislature from Ohio coun ty in 1908 and served two years, being Instrumental in securing a large amount of useful legislation. He was delegate at large to the Hepubltcan National Convention which met at Chicago In 1908. being unanimously elected to that position. Mr. Laugh in was president of The Wheeling Intel ligencer for a number of years, and was actively Interested In the edito rial policies of the paper in the years 1903 and 1904. He Is a member of the First Presbyterian church of Wheeling, and has taken a leading part In the work of that church. Ills fraternal affiliations are with the An cient Order of Untied .Workmen and the Modern W'oodmen of America. 9r«t day was taken up by arguments on u motion to uuash the indictment. It was overruled, but it in understood *• tral other motions aiming to keep the ease from going to trial on Its merits will be made l»y the defense. Norris not only faces %he perjury »hart*, but has been Indicted for arsen REVIVAL SERVICES AT THOMSON M. E. CHURCH Revival services will be held at the Thomson M. H church on the Island every evening this week except Sat urday. On Thursday and Sunday evening a reception will be held for the new members and the baptismal ^■rvlce will be conducted. DoYou Take Advantage of These Low Prices?' Look at List Below: . jn Kliin«y.3ft . 31 _ M4 . 17 1'rescrlpt ion. fierce'* . S7 freecriptton. UOfran's .43 ft|| 25c.30 . J» . J9 . .49 . -20 Oil, St Jacob's.a3 (Hi.tn.ent. Doan's .«j Ointment, McAlllatar'a . .30 Ointment, l azo . .43 Ointment. Ino .. SJ Ointment, Carbolic. if Ointment. Arnica .17 Ointment. 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T •»**!**«*. Wo r, *».».*'# 7'. * ' I f.t'#r fHI T* * ?*»*«4. Vbo.f.. .|#« H % 7t •0.1 f »%*f <» | T .*♦*•*-• AOs I pr. f*ruft \ . 07 LOGAN’S tul Rale Drug Store Tenth and Main Sts. Wheeling, W. Va. CUTICURA SOAP BEST FOR SKIN AND HAIR Itissobecauseof itsextreme ' purity, delicate yet effective ! medication, and refreshing fragrance. It costs but little j more than ordinary soaps, wears to a wafer and gives I comfort and satisfaction I every moment of its use, for toilet, bath and nursery. Ovtlcair* Sw*r Ointment «cI4 thr'«nrh»«t tS* vorld l.bmrmJ tA a— h U«1 fr.* «>tlt •? i» bonk Adtrrm “Oitfrvra.** l>*p€ HD. mr'Ttann . h»» » lit m«n(ort with CaU cur* ku«(> HUnac tk^l. Li!w»J Moult fm. WESLEYAN College Baseball Squad Is Out Prac tising for the Season—Will Have Strong Team. Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. BUCK HANNON, \Y. Va.. April — In spite uf the drizzling rain, which lasted throughout the time, the Wes leyan baseball squad worked out this afternoon from 3 to 5. Twer-«^-Uve men reported for the first call or prac tice, and among them are some very i good ones. The new material la all i promising, and enough of last year'* i team is returned to Insure a strong nucleus, and a winner Is expected. I Batting practice was the big feature | of the afternoon, and on account of j the condition of the field no work of I the diamond was attempted. Trail, j Stansbury. Rlply and McWhorter pitched to the batters for a solid hour, and all the old ones seem to still have their prowess with the stick, and the new ones are certainly showing up In fine shape. No benders were per mitted. and only a few fast ones. The season Is too young for the pitchers to let out. and It will be the middle of the coming week before anything like hard work is begun. After the practice two laps were taken around *the track, and this work will be part of "the program every day till the sea son opens. In addition to the pitchers named, the most promising men on the field this afternoon were: Toothman. Reeder, Hennen, Barnes. Post. Shu maker. Withers, Stansbury. Morrison. l.ong and Kellison. Hill. I^nnhaiu and j lUglnbotham were not out, but will be present tog-morrow. M’GRAW WlTT'. MAKE ADDRESS _ WILL BE PRESENT AT THE DEMO CRATIC DINNER. Marshall County Democrats Have Completed Final Details for Meeting This Month. John T McGrow. of Grafton, idol of Marshall county Democracy, and of the entire state, for that matter, will be here for the "Hoodoo Dinner,” to be given by the Marshall County Dem ocratle Club Thursday evening of next week M i-Graw notified Secretary J.1 A. Strlbbich thnt he hud arranged to i come Saturday night. McGrow's corning is all the more as surance that Senator C. W. Watson is going to find the business rush so tX CONVICT RlNANC'IR RtOAINlNO MfALTM. Th* above photograph |uot received from Italy, ohowo 'hat Chart** w Moro* .* rapidly raeovorlna from |th* Ulnae* h# contracted while aarving a tarn. In th# Padaret ponttanttary at Atlanta Th# plctur# we*9teh*n iwhllg th# former financial miard «vae enjoying a abort voyage on the Mediterranean. i — - ■ ■ - -- ■■ —- —— _ _ ,T Are You a Good Guesser ? ■ n n H your are, you can secure otTfltC one of our new “SIT STRATE” WHITE FAMILY ROTARY SEW No gg ING MACHINES in exchange for Wkite the one y°u now have, how ever old it may be. ah you nave to ao is to guess correctly the number of stitches one of our White Family Rotary Sewing Machines will make in three minutes when it is treadled at or dinary speed. If you have no machine to exchange, guess anyhow and if you guess correctly, we will give you absolutely free one of our 25 Family Rotary Sewing Ma chines. To assist you in this contest it may be u ell for you to know that the usual num ber of stitches made by the ordinary sewing machine of today is four per each revolu tion of the flywheel, whereas the WHITE ROTARY makes a fraction more than five stitches every time the flywheel turns once, making it especially desirable as a time saver. Remember, this is worth the effort as the new SIT-STRATE Family Rotary car ries a value of $80.00. The machine will be treadled bp our local agent, for 3 minutes In the presence of those present at the close of this contest which will be ended Saturday night A Rare Treat to Lovers of Art Needlework rE MAKING OF EMBROIDERY, Battcnburg. Drawn Work, Hemstitching, and all plain and fancy work with the WtHTF ROTARY will be demonstrated at this exhibit. The display embraces every variety of Fancy Needlework, including Curtains done in p___ Braid and One Thomand Thread; others in Kensington or Art-Sat*. Roman-Cut work on bolting doth, and drawn work, showing all the new stitches and materials. Other artxJes that excite the envy of every visitor are fancy Lambrequins. Pictures in Tapestry. Etchings, Centeraeces. ' Doylies. Banners. Sola Pillows, etc., including Curtains valued at $500 a pair. ** piece*. Lathes can derive the greatest benefit bom a vis* to tlus exhibit as it wiD enlighten you in the art of decorating your own homes. Mas Margaret Gaffney, art -xoert for the White Sewing Machrne Company, on whose machine all the articles were made, t in charge of the exhibit, and ukes pleasure * explaining how all the diflerenl kinds of work are eaaly and quickly done at home at much leu expense than buying. ♦ LIST OF AWARDS: Correct Number of Stitches—1 Now Improved White Sewing Machine. Next nearest number of Stitcbes—1 Certificate good for 920 on purchase of any New White Sewing Machine. Next nearest number of Stitcbes—1 Certificate good for 915 on purchase of any New White • Sewing Machine. 5 next nearest number ql Stitches— t Certificate good for 910 on purchase of any New White Sewing Machine. 10 next nearest number of Stitches—1 Certificate good for 97.50 on purchase of any New White Sewing Machine. 25 next nearest number of Stitches—1 Certificate good far 95 on purchase of any New White Sewing Machine. Bet one csrtlfleets accepted sa each madam j DON’T FORGET THE DATE Week Beginning Monday, April 1st WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO. 46 Eleventh St. Wheeling, W. Va. Bell Phone 1172R National Phone 1687Y C. E. ROBINSON, Manager heavy at Washington that he cannot' possibly gcj. there. What a sight It would prove to see them both at the function! Watson playing the part of the Missouri Hound while McGraw re ceived the plaudits of the crowd! Oh, no! There Isn't one chance In a thou sand that Watson will Invite himself to the snubbing that would be In stors for him. Speaking of McGraw's coming. It might be Interesting to see the meet ing between some of his erstwhile red hot supporters and the "Old Roman." Whether they will be two-faced enough to try to bluff It through or whether they will admit their perfidy In throwing him down for the Man With the Check Rook forms a pretty matter for speculation. DEMOCRATIC CON ORE SEMEN WIN OUT IN CONTESTS. MONTOOMKRY. Ala.. April 1.—All] congressmen who had contests tn the Democratic state primary today have retained their seats, and Oscar w. Undrrmood has gained practically a solid delegation to the state conven tion, according to returns received her» up to late to-night. G. orPTCLUBS REQUESTED TO NAME DELE GATES TO BIENNIAL CONVENTION. WASHINGTON, April 1. —John Hays Hamtrond. president of the Na tional Republican J>>ague today, ad dressed a circular to the 3,500 clubs In the league, requesting that steps be taken to "lect delegates to the twelfth biennial convention which will be held In Chicago on June IStb, the date upon which the ReiMbllcan Na tional convention assembles The league convention will consist | of sli delegates at large from each state and four delegates from each Congressional district and It is estl I mated that about 1,000 delegates will be in attendance. Arrangements have been made j whereby the delegates to the league | convention will be admitted to the . sessions of the National convention i and after the nomination of the pres idential candidate, a ratification meet* | tng will be held. NOT DEAD Returning borne at 3 o'clock this morning. Officer Frazier slated that the man who was cut at t-.iu Qto~'. was still living and may possibly * cover. His name Is John Krtaonti., and was cut by his brother Frank, ac cording to Frazier. Mike Kkada. a bystander, was also badly cut. Tb* fight occurred over a uucket of beer. SHONINGER PIANOS SPRING MELODY that will accord with th* Joy ous songs of th* wild bird* you can #roh# In th# strains of a Shonmgor Grand Plan*. Don't laar* your horn# unfurnished with a high grad# piano when you can purr has# oa# b#rw on aaay trrma and attraction prfc## Con# In and lta*#n to th* aw##t strains of on* of th##a tnsir im«w*# SPECIAL BANQAIN THIS WEEK Two Now Mahogany Pianos, slightly shopworn, good motto. •*eh .....9MBJ§ On# Art Stylo Story A Clark slightly shopworn, mado to soil a* MOO . nit oo Any of thooo pianoo can ba roliod on to All th# pm in any noma. EASY PAYMENTS. NO INTEMtST. Lindloff Piano Co. J. M TAYT/IR. Mgr, 37 llth RL. Whcwlin*, W. Vs. Does Gordon Know How? Tto. Iummi to toa.toaa fftrtaa rnaa tar iwwj raara ft. win I at fto tutor tolWrwt toa) aad alack tto aarda. aad atilt baat ttoia to It. Tto Traaa toafaaaa la M to w» to fcaowa It forward aad backward Wl>y? Parauaa to baa tod ttoaaaada ad patiawta la that tin. |# wto« to toa flraa atorlnta MlHfwaa Wa tofy aamaa to atow aa a dlaaatlatod •oatotaar wtoaa Mr Oaatoa toa Mad. Wr*a fUkl Logon Drug Co. WftNTH AMO MAIN HU1T1 Wt*llL IN A, «. VA.