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ACTRESS SHOT I
BT CARPENTER; j
PLATED AT I!
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PRINCIPALS IN DOURLE TRAGEDY)
AT HAMIXTON. OUT, SHOWED
IN WHEELING TWO WEEKS
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Cecil# Hartley Wounded by Jack Orobb, j
Who Ends Own Life?Olrl May
Not Lire, Reports Say.
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M.s- t'ecile Hartley. .i.-tres.. In t'???
vaudeville skes li ' I niler the Apple,
Tree' which showed two weeks ago :?? I
the \'t< toria theatre i:i this rlty. is iit a '
orttlcal condition and will probably .li-I
a> a result of he'ng *h.nt while on rii.?|
atece In a theatre at Hamilton, On*. I
Miss Jtart'ey w.?s slmt t?y J.iok liruhh |
a stare carpenter. win jrlayeit a minor;
part *n the sket-di lirtihb later shot i
himself and tlie.t inMmtiy. arc-ordtnc to!
press dlspat< hes front Hamilton.
Both Victims of the tragedy will So!
remembered l>\ hundreds of \V hoelin^ i
people w lm attended tho Victoria thea-i
tre two weeks ace. After leaving heir!
% week ago isst SaPirday night. t:-o i
show went !?> Hamilton, tint. The
tragedy took place Saturday night as!
th" curtain descended.
ileorce Shafer. manager of the Vie-,
toria theatre, when asked last dening!
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.f Mi^s Hnrtiey an.) J.i. h Hruhb ?era
the iit? that 'ihi'ttf4 here recently In
"I ! ? irr- the Ai?r*'ire*. ' stated tlu.t
fury v pre and thai he r* ineiitln. red hoiu
..f Hi. n
The folluunig was reieittil tfom
I l.i rutl (<>ii :
Hamilton. tint. Not . \s Hi" ? ?";r
? ?tin s!<i\\ li descended .11 the end of .<
! 1117?? skrlrli. "1 nder '!<?? \t>p'e Tin.*."
here. .1 >li?>t rant*"';:, ami Miss ?i <?
Hartley. actress. Ir..j-1??-<I uoiind^l Alt*
filh?r sh"t ami .l:n i? <i:uld>. Mhk>' > a 1 ?
p- nl'-r. from New York, fell with a I'tii
let Wound in In i I10.nl. f'oiice Sax lie
,?hn' the a:il and ilten '..illrd himself.
Tin K'"l s condition was reported
? rit >?.<! t<>da\ ami it tvas feared slm
n:iil>?t 11 >\
'in,hi. a: ?! 1 ???! i?r P'i'l in the sketrll
t'oli. ?? lio'iiM e he had made adtantes
t" h? 1 and ?li'Vi sin" n*iml>od him. h"
l?n.lad the revolver ami tired.
FINED $20: APPEALS!
SHED FOR DAMAGE
T I* Ihmnan. <?' p'lt.'l' irs'i. was
fined <2 ft and costs or ,1H days ni, i.t!l
by S11u.ro <'harle? t io'dotibrrg; last Sa'
urday nijrlit mi a r.harye of reckless
ilrivlns. Ihmran appealed the ia?e
The r|iars>? tftow out <?'' a rid1 is on 11
Kim lirntn last Tiionlv ni-iht w i*n
hHiioan is alleged t> Ian* neap drivi-ti:
-"??kit s.s * and tan in'.. a l n;d dm on
!?;? l-'rad t'.oolir of Him Urnip, slightly
? injuring two sir's ? lm wore with H00I1-.
James ft I'mk. mine foreman at Tr.
1 sde'nhid. etitoroil suit oc.iinst ' l?ui;<sn
J for S"10 damages a- a res . t of ih?
1 liamaeo t? the fori! maohnr. T.hia i.W
1 wi'l he heard ne\t Saturday.
? .aj 1. ?JLii
DOWNING GETS FIVE
YEAR PRISON TERM
^ Iic to a charge <>' assault
ujfcMi Henry \V.irtzliat In r, riiclil lockup
Nrflu'r i'f the Whet-Mux police Fnicf. I j|
?Hr ",>U"eter'' I 'ow nins was sentenced
tn serve fl\e j par* i ?i I ho peni ? on t utrv
I'V ,linU;o Alan IT Uohinsoti ut criminal
court Saturday morninjj.
I'l'Hiling was a rrest ed nh'uit two
nanntha ;icm on a drunk and d ??>-?ierl>
charjte. I'f asked for a drink of
and whfi W nrtzharh^r opened h.*? re
?lour he afacked the lockup kf?vi In
the f"i K li f lot Ids escape IWmn'n! *e
?tired W urHhao.iler's clwh arpl Uno-ked
h'm uifii.iscinim to tii?? floor. W-imis
? liacTior was isintined for sev e'r.tI dav?
'In a hospital with a broken jaw. l?ntvn
I'nc wa.fl raptured shnrt'y af'rr Ins es
? cape
Mary 'Iriffin who was found entity
of opera; up H house nr Mi fame was
refused a new trial. She w ! he sen
? tenced tod a j .
I The!ma Ft< iCers will al",o he votermed
today for opera* :n,T a hou?e ??' I 'ati*i
The rase of Tvlward \ elsw *-i;?r
' rhar.cd w th ill-treatinc a eh Id. will he
tin toile\ .
' James C.illicnn, rharced with non*
j-u ppnt't. was -r' -a set Snturdav on V.?
promise Jo pay J1a wee 1* #o 'tis wife
until further nrde-s o' the curl.
We don't riiromm'tll the taste h;|t
yoil . an e .t Mine I>?*\ 11 without injury.
? ?Adv.
; We have jjuannteed Tyr?w-;t?rs 'mm
j $ 10.00 up. W. 8 St'ddard. 71 1?th St.
ESS" . e J.U'L-'J-" ? W..1!..:'.!.. . il. -J
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cBought Way Under Price?Sola
the Same Way
1200 Men's Shirts
Made by The York Shirt Company
Go on Sale Monday Morning at
$1.69 $2.15 $2.45
All the pood qualities you ov er found in a genuine York
phirt you find in these. Moreover, they Iwnr the Stone &
Thomas label?as an additional assurance of the pood faith ??f
this store. Cut full ?as roomy as a custom made shirt, and
perfectly finished. Wo bought thrm at the maker's own
"Clearance Sale"?hence these low prices:
. $1.96
Shirts of the host of percales and corded madras in ? arioijs
Ptriped patterns, with both light and dark ground';.
( $2.15
Shirts of fancy crepes and Oxford weaves, irw tl neat
? stripes in^laek, blue, and lavender.
$2.45
A wonderful assortment, this' Of fine woven madras, silk
pfripe crepes and Russian cords. Beautiful color combinations
in neat and bright patterns.
All Sizes
?from tr? 171 {?, with sleevp lengths to si'd :h< various
builds of men. Sale begins Monday morning.
Jlfone & ?tomas
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IRS. CHILE'S !
i MURDER TRIAL!
I. REGIS Hill
SOUTH SIDE WOMAN EXFECTSD TO
1 PLEAD INSANITY OR RELY ON
"UNWRITTEN LAW "
State to AjS First Degree Murder Ver
dict- for Slayer of Wtr.n. Pearl
Williams.
Mis I.oii'se ?'tinkle # of Pert v |
! Conkle wlii go mi ;r'a' In i-??; 111;?I < <?urt I
tlvs morning for ihe killing "f Mrs j
i pearl W i I limits ? few weeks ?so on (
South t'hapline street Attornr* S ? ?
1 p,fi\. e will he Mr>'. t'or.klc's rutin ""-el. It ]
, lias not jt? j et h'-en lom nol w. f ilter t ie |
J defense will be the unwritten lavv or j
i insanity.
It will be reinembered that ear1' on i
a Sat tril.it itn.tntitc sl??.tt six weeks |
no. Mrs. t'onkle went to a n? glihor and .
told 1 e, -ltd bed "eh-d Mrs. Wll!lim?. !
at.d asked the neighbor notify tbB
tin 1 see. On tlie arrinl "f ii?terti\e?
William West ?nr| Wil, nm llu. ev. Mr? I
i WMil.tnts" budv was found "ii ih" floor i
of Iter own lionte.
Mi < *onk 1 . If .? ?1 <!i'l n 't fl^ny j
't? Ibe . i.? ii'e that ??!.? killed Mrs Wii- |
Hams Ttie state to* li.iubi wi'l ask fn*
a rt> st <t,nmrtlev verdict Mr*
t'onk'e it re'at'rg lit r <tor\ of the ,
shoo' PS- *ertised ber VII Hill of ruining j
' Iter home.
REASSESSMENT OF '
OHIO CO. PROPERTY ;
WILL BEGIN TODAY
? Th.- r*'.Hss-r-.sinei*t * f ' Ft .i eottniy
. ;>? ; ev ? will be I in tig
r, \ ve. iji-ne. It, ii-Ji.i- and his
for.-e, f OW Ill le.eiiHy slven
o\ <ts:.-. T' \ ?''?mo . : ; 'tier W.i t?r S
! I." '1:%nan
"r e work w'l' no' he c-?m:*ieteA be
fr-lr the ft ?' s t p.* '> i 'lie -etfe n.
ipepi w Ii a Plil - "'I nA v t v-ai'-* tax 1*1.' *
T'-r s?wm'ii: o* re"?.*n-ti pre petty
st .1 f * ibe tir?' pf f.e ;e.i' a n I the
ft ? e fk ? ?? -? ?? ; J r. p f* < \ ?> . r? 1 C ' <f t ' I f V ^ *1 < - I* ? ? -
rr.r ?? t r r ? 1 o?f i, r r?\ ' h* ' tim* P*;>i:! y
-r., v. work In pair* Instead of
? o-,e
T.i s i' n" m i s slop - ? lta 'attni t:
ordA<"ii- the rcosnirnt siHt"1! that the
pvor*."t, tltrt*' c ioi:t the sia:- vallied
Tiotp ?o ;o fa per ? e:.1 under actual
a. * alt:at ton. ?>',|o co-iiifv property. he
sv.vs. l- ;,vse.'e.1 ,.t u'l'v about i>h per
? cent ? ? f ? t -t a i'f li t I vll'.e
\i p.re.r-it |,\.,b'e fMl e. t.ite in the
roup'. l> Milne I ->t S md n'r
Minai t'iopert.' w' Jtt.rf'S.T 17. This
b'-iliRS 'n a ? ?x return e\ kjs'vi. th*
fit v live', of ea.TS.S r.'.r.''. ? "a pl t 11 ion
la.A. and ih-K iaxes are not ,n. bi-ied in!
1 h ? ?. p
"RABBIT FROLIC" OF i
MOUNDSVILLE ROTARY
Wlio?iinff RPtaxirrs end Invited Onasts
WLU Attrnd Dinner at Menalr
vllle Thin Evening
Mot;rfdcv :v P.otirv's rnueh-talked-of
rabbit fro'.ie will b?' he;.-l this evening
,ii K 4.S n'cl,%ek. !ti wiiii h t me the
Mounds* IHe lle,t*irv 'lub will entertain
the Wheeling Ro'ar stm and espe dally
I invtt'.T guest-- nt a rahbit dinner at ihe
W oil \"i"g.rtia prison. Warden .1 Z.
Terrei! will plit \ ? prominent port in
the entertainment o' the Roiariau?
The Wdiee'ing Rotarians. In aulomo
ibip-. will leave the M l.ure House this
ev en'r.R, bound far the Marshall county
'seat, promptly et .m.Tti o'clock. Mr. M.
Ra.'.henhelmrr anntu.iip't'd last mch? that
?ssuranre has been given Hie Rotarlnns
H.at the newly-paved road through Pen
wood will ail be open h\ the time the
llotaiians a'e reads to drive over the
t idle this even!try. and th*re need be
no fear of a bl irkR'Je bv slip* In the
Narrows road. ,t? Wheeling Traction
eotrpmv o'li-:i's have given the assur
ance that any landslide* occurring today
will h> removed ??> term,: the ibitariana
a c'?ri: ro .1 to Mound?\ i'le.
I f.-esdent* of .-over.i! Vest Virgin.a
Rotary <"uhs have nroin:*.d to attend
the dinner at Moundsv:!> and a num
! be ? o* s,aio offlcitils have signified thetr
lnten'lon c being present, / The pro
g-ani. 11 is i'cis red by Rotarlans In
touch w.tti the preparntions for Ihe
event, will surpass nnvih ng of the k'.nd
e*er a'templed !n th * |v:? r t of the
: l.'tiiietl States.
HTJ8BAND AND "WITH WHITS
Mr and Mrs. lamrs ("arson. Columbus,
N". M sign a letter fav;nir, "Wo have
both concluded wo shall never bo with
out Foley (Cathartic Tablets and we he
llete them to be essential to good
health ' They keen 'he stomach sweet,
; liver active and bowels regular. They
hanls'o constipation, indigestion, bilious
ness. s'.ck headache, bloating. sour stom
ach, gas on stomach, had hreath. coated
tongue. Not habit forming. Sold every
where.?Adv.
RECALL SPONSORS
! ^ RESTING ON OARS
"We are testing on our oars, hoping
foe the best and prepnred for the
worst." Attorney S M. Noyes. represent
ing the <iood litivernmfnl leas tie
the 1-eague of Women Voters, said when
asked concerning the r?cn'l petitions in
the hands of ("My ("lerk H. C l.ane
Ml.ane tias until peoember ' tr
go nver 'he amended petitions and d*
fermlne whether in hi" opinion the peti
'Ions are in jvopcr shape and stifficienl
to warrant presenting them to council
which In turn would cause munotl t'
? authorise a nee city e'ectlon
Attorney ,T Ha-old R-ennan city sol
jrl tor. stfed that he l.nd not heer
ral>d upon by Mr. l.ane to pass upor
the petition?.
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velvety com
o'eilor vis aeaur.
ed if you devote
a few minutes
each d?v 'o ?
simple fio ai ?D
B 1 ?e a 11 o n of
LILY CREAM.
Ita constant use
prevents rouQh
neat. kaeplno
t h a fare and
hands In perfect
condition.
?IOCAHS |
issipj
Read The Intelligencer Want Ads for Results '/*
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< Geo. E. Johns Co.!
The Quality Shop
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Not in Years Have Such Values Been Possible as in Thi3
Offering of
New Coats, Wraps and Capes
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
With Luxury the Rex note of thus Season s Models?
Our Prices Are Considerably Below
those formerly quoted on Coats and Wraps of Distinguished
Style and Superior Quality.
\o\r Semi-fitted and Belted Coats of Cut Bolivia and Norman
lie, vn beautifully tailored as to emphasize their style distinc
tion. l.rge fur. convertible nd throw eollars.
Special 945.00
Smart Belted. Semi.fitted and Cape efleets in Coals of Pan
velaine. Pollyantia and Nonnandie, trimmed with Beaver, Squir
rel. Mole. Raccoon.
Special $68.00
Distinguished Coats, modeled on decidedly graceful lines.
Made of velvety r.ew materials luxuriously trimmed with Bea
ver. Squirrel and Wolf.
Special $85.00
Wonderful Dress Values
DAYTIME DRESSES
The Season's Most Approved Models
Values to $45.00
928.09
('antmi (.'ropes. Satin, Tricotine and Poirot Twills represen
tative of the newest style, with uneven hems, elongated'side pan
el's, the new girdles and sleeves.
EXCLUSIVE DRESSES
Valties to $65.00
938.00
street, afternoon and dinner Dresses, each model with some
individual style feature. Of Chiffon, Velvet, C'rtpes, Satins, '
Laces, Tricot ines.
25% Discount on Fur Coats, Fur Wraps, Waists, Suits,
Silk Underwear
Geo. R. Taylor Co.
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Beginning Monday
FIRST GENERAL ,
REDUCTION
on
ALL SUITS
>
; - Straight 25% OFF
Roth Self and Fur Trimmed
An Event of Importance
WITH A STYLE SHOTTING LXBROKEN
?AYITH LATER MODES INCLUDED?THE
i BEST OF THE SEASON VOGUE IN SUITS
IS MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THIS
REDUCTION.
WHETHER PLAIN OR TAILORED OR ['
FANCY?THE BEST OF WORKMANSHIP,
MATERIAL AND DESIGN SERVE ONLY D
TO ENHANCE YOUR SELECTION.

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