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yjr < i \ii -k'j pair - Hi J ?nthe n Jf / ;)' 7 traordi "jfcjM Childr? .QN1PPV fiPR (J ^ AND ^ ^ MAKERS or lINEuLOl IIIHU saving the difference? The season's most popular leader Schloss label which, stands for s starts at $12.00. UNION CLOT 2 Doors Below Postoffi * 317 Fourth ^ By our* System of ! == that is, mating deposits and withdrawals =3 saving than banking in person. A little == your request. Our capital and resources Our advice, embodying the successful bu: ^ is at your command. 3 Assets over i > 11 Ml M III !' 111111 j | TERRELL j SENTENCED.! HAD THE APPEARANCE OF A DYING MAN?APPARENTLY UNCONSCIOUS. THE END OF SENSATIONAL AFFAIR WELL REMEMBERED 3Y MANY PEOPLE. BULFFTOX, In<i? April I'!'.?John W. Terrell, the murderer of his son-inlaw, Melville Wolfe, was taken into court Thursday afternoon to be sentenced. His appearance was that of a dying man,.his head hanging down on his breast, the bailiffs on each side holding his coat at his shoulders. He was apparently unconscious of what he was doing. Judge John M. Smith sentenced him to life imprisonment in accordance with the verdict of the jury. The murder of Wolfe was .sensational. He married Terrell's daughter and deserted her. Several months ! ago he drove past Terrell's house, and i it is claimed, taunted his wife. When j he returned, Terrell shot him in the j leg. While the leg was being am pit- ; rated in a surgeon's office, Terrell I rushed in and killed him. Terrell is a j V' wealthy man. and became insane"... I since his conviction. dr .>W: Will Meet Monday. The Woman's Auxiliary of the V. M. C. A. will meet at the V. jr. C. A. rooms on Monday afternoon at 3: tip o'clock. This is the regular monthly meeting, and all members are requested tojie present. x raHrei&vawu'-Vr, AW Ill " ' " V* , -'-I $ Two Ds Nothing 1 AY AND SATURDAY, 2 se two days we will offe nary values in Men's, sn's Spring Suits. 1 ING STYLES! WHAT'S THE SENSE of waiting a week on your tailor when you can come here and walk off with a suit that fits as good as any "merchant tailor's," and embodies the snappiest style, and the handsomest materials? Then think of the variety you have to select from. What merchant tailor can lay before you such a varied assortment from which to match your individual preference? Added to all this, the price is very much lower than you would have to pay the tailor. Have you any objections to illustration shows two oFthe s, both bearing the famous olid merit. The price range HING HOUSE ice, Fairmont, W. Va. > f||g^OiY Saving' Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. h Banking by iMail ? . is just as easy and far more time booklet telling ^"ky, awaits := 5 speak for themselves. siness ex; erience of years, =z ^21,000,000 | 11111 \\mww\ \\\\\\\^\\\\\\m\T^\\\\\\\\^^0 THREE ROUN D BOUT WAS PRINCIPAL FEATURE AT A BENEFIT TENDERED JOHN L. ! SULLIVAN AT BOSTON. TOM SHARKEY AND BOB FITZSiM MONS HAD A PREARRANGED SHAM EATTLE. BOSTOX", April 20.?The principal feature at the benefit tendered John L. Sullivan here yesterday, -was a three-round bout between Tom Sharkey and Bob Fitzsiuinions, which | ended with both men being" knocked j out. Although it was of course a prearranged affair, it was enjoyed by the I crowd. The first round wont beyond the 15 minute limit, -so interested was Referee Sheehan. In the second Sharkey scored a knock-down, and Fitzsimnions took eight of the count, but by the time the bell rang, the sailor was oil his back. In the third round Sharkey feigned grogginess, but he sent Fitscsimmons down again. Then both men went down together. At The close of the round an ex change 01 wauuy sent uom men iu uitfloor, and they were counted out. Body Mangled By a Bull. XI-:w* CASTLE, Pa., April 20.?Theodore Granger, a well Known Scott township farmer, was ^attacked by a mad bull Wednesday afternoon. He entered the field when the animal rushed at him, and before he could escape he was knocked down and gored by the animal. His cries for help brought aid, and the beast was driven off. He was carried to his home. His body is badly mangled, but physicians say hp will probably recover. YE AC ay " Sale Sfjjjl 9 and 30. r some ex-. '^'|F y Boys and ^ BBB /EAC RIGID CENSORSHIP OF WAR NEWS BY JAPAN IS THE MOST NOTABLE THING ABOUT THE EASTERN CONFLICT, SAID LIEUT. WILLIAMS, OF U. S NAVY?TORCHLIGHT PROCESSIONS ARE TAME AFFAIRS. SPRINGFIELD, Ohio, April 29.? "The rigid censorship of the news ol the war by the Japanese government is perhaps the most notable thing about ...e confiict from the standpoint of a foreigner in Japan," said Lieut. Clarence Williams, of the U. S. Navy, who arrived in this city yesterday. He has been in a hospital at Yokohama for several months, and is at his home in this city on sick leave. According to his statement absolutely no information of the movements ol the troops or ships is given out, and no reports of engagements are published until the official reports have been transmitted to the Japanese newspapers. Lieutenant Williams also referred to the impassive character of the Japanese. *Tn Yokohama," he said, "a foreigner would not know that war was going on. I saw one or two torchlight processions after battles, but they were tame affairs. There has been no excitement, not even when the troops are sent out to join, the army." BILL FOR DAMAGES. Captain Dovener Looking After the Interests of Some Fairmont Parties. In the Congressional Record of last "Wednesday, we see that Hon. B. B. Dovener introduced a bill or resolution in the House of Representatives for the relief of E. H. Hoult, and also one for the relief of Charles L. Barnes, both of which were referred to the Committee on Claims. Mr. Hoult and Mr. Barnes are seeking to recover claims from the government for damages sustained by them to their? respective mill properties by reason of the construction of dams across the Monongahela river for the purpose of improving navigation and having the river slacked to Fairmont. Mr. Hoult's. property that was destroyed is located at Hoult, W. Va., and Mr. Barnes* is in this city, being the mill property in the First ward, a short I distance below the suspension bridge. W. S. Hayraomt and A. Li. and John L. Lehman arc the attorneys for the claimants. Miss Maud Hutchinson, of the Fourt h ward, was at Pittsburg yesterday on business. She returned last evening. Skinner Building Second Door Above Postotiice. ANNOUNCE SATURDAY NIGHT, AF SPRING AND SUMMER Jacket Suits. A lot of regular $10.00, $13.50 and S15.00 Suits for these days only. Choice, $5.00. ; SUITS?AH other Suits at 25c off on the dollar. BRILLIANTINE LONG COATS?Blue, i black, and tan, worth $13.50; t'ois | sale price, $9.50. SILK COATS?Taffeta Silk, worth $7 for $4.75. Others at $3.98 and $8.00. SHIRT WAIST OFFER?One lot of 150 White lawn waists, worth from $1.00 to $2.00. These are a rare bargain. Choice, 48c. WASH UNDERSKIRTS?Made of Percale or Gingham, with ?cLbep>flounce ruffle, worth 75c, for 50c.r " ?We ar mgjmmm line of ' W and gi lllil'K every ? pair th \ We will sell 20 iER'5 ALEXIEFF NOT RECALLED. He Sends Out a Cornmunicador : Showing That The Czar Is Very Friendly to Him. LONDON, April 29.?According t.< the St. Petersburg: correspondent o the Central News, Admiral Alexief has issued a communication whicl indicates that the Czar, instead of re calling the viceroy as report has bar ? it, has on the other hand, commendef him for his work. The order quote, reads: "I was happy to receive a Mukden a dispatch from the Emoeroi stating that his majesty was watching attentively the concentration of troop; for the Far East, and that he note< . with special pleasure the splendid sue . cess which liad been attained in this . respect.'' The Czar concluded: "I attribute this success only, to your able direction and initiative, and the work ol the staff and officials subordinate tt . you." > Mrs. Nettie Beverlin. of Grafton spent Sunday here with her sister Miss Eva Brand. The latter's illness we are glad to state, is becoming less serious daily. Nelson M. Hooker and wife, ol Buckhannon, were registered at tiw Tavern to-day. ,1 mnniT m /T\i iibbri i ( vmm ouluiyipl^ Do You Know What We Want? Several Short "Ads." at One Cent Per Word. FOR RENT?A few. choice office rooms in the new Peoples Bank build ing. Apply at the Peoples Bank. For Rent. One eight-room house, fox- rent on High street. J. EL. Morgan. For Sale. Choice building lots em Virginia avenue and Sixth street. Apply Ed win Robinson. Gas Office. For Sale. Valuable building lots in Fifth Ward within one square of car line Call on Dr. C. L. Holland. 710 Locus! Ave. > For Rent. Well furnished house for- rent, foi ! small family. Every convenience; good location for roomers if desired -\ppiy ac tins omcu ior iu.i ya,iucu lars. ? mrti 1TIL 1 I ? it would I i. ! A ^ a s fnr F!VE 9RIL 30TH. : BLACK MERCERIZED Underskirts, worth $1.39, for $98c. CALICOES?Ail kinds, for 5c a yard, i CHILDREN'S Spring and Summer Wash Dresses, very pretty styles, all new, at one-fourth off regular price. GINGHAMS?Best grade Bates Seer| sucker Ginghams, worth 15c, for 10c | a yard. I SILK GINGHAMS?Another lot of those 23c Silk Mercerised Ginghams, as a leader, at 13c. ! 12^c Percales at 8c a yard. WASHABLE SHIRT WAIST SUITS? .w,.At $1.50, $1.98, $2.48 and $2.98. See these. S3 > e showing a the I. S. Knee 1 ve a pair FRE customer findi at RIPS. out one lot of Men's Pant; per cent Discount. w POST OFFICE ROBBED. 1 Robbers Were Seen at Work But They Got Away. NEW CASTLS. Pa.. April 29.?The i safe in the post, office at Wampum, f Pa., was blown at 3 o'clock this mornf ing by three men who got only a small i quantity of stamps for their pains. - The safe was torn to pieces by the 1 charge, and a piece of it was hurled 1 through the roof. The interior of the 1 office was wrecked. From the wint dow of a neighboring house three : young men saw the burglars at work. ; but were afraid to act, and gave -an 5 alarm only after the explosion had I occurred and the others were gone. 5 3S.lurat?;Toi!r IJowels With CascarerH. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. 10c. 25c If C C C fa.il. drturtristsrefund money. Tlie Kind You Have Always ] in use for over 30 years, and 1 J All Counterfeits, Imitations /1 Experiments tliat trifle wit] Infants and Children?Exp? What is C Castoria is a liarmless sub goric, Drops and Soothing contains neither Opium, BI substance. Its age is its gn and allays Feverishness. II Colic. It relieves Teething and Flatulency. It assimil 1 Stoniaeli and Bowels, givin Tbe Children's Panacea?T1 GENUINE CASH sp Bears the The Kind You Ha in Use For O THE CENTAUR COMPANY, 77 Ml YS OF EXTRAORDINARY e many we carry, and if in>e weil to get them at one DAYS ONLY, commencin; , SILK SUITS at $10.00, $12.50. $15.00 and $20.00. , BED SPREADS?Fifty full size, best $2.25 Spread, for this sale only, at $1.48. Only 50 in the lot. SILK OFFER UNUSUAL?Twentyseven inch Wash Silk, never sold for less than 50c. from 10 to 11, and from 3 to 4 each day, at 40c a yard. This offer is for these days only, and the silk comes in all shades. WHITE WASH BELTS?Worth 19c, for 10c. BLACK SATEENS, at 10c, 12c and 15c a yard. TABLE LINEN "OFFER?Two pieces, large /fp2\ 3ants m - l 1 :e to ,j X ng - a :li ; aloons at 1 ; V.?, SO YEARS* Anvone sending a sketch and description may nutckly-ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Communications strictly contidenttal. Handbook on Patents Bent free. Oldest agency for securing: patents. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive" ipecial notice, without charge, in the Wesimcatt^ %tr a " ?? ?"-?? A handsomeiv illustrated weeklv. J.nrgeat clrdilution of any scientific Journal. Terms, S3 a year: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Go.361Broadwa'- New York Branch OIHcc. ffl5 F St_ Washinitton, D. C. Col. J. C.'Morrow is at the Tavern to-day. Bouglrt, and whieli lias been, lias liorne tlie signature of las been niatle under bis per-" supervision since its infancy. t 110 one to deceive yon in tliis. and " Just-as-g-nod" are but li and endanger,tlie liealtli of ;rience against Experiment. ASTORIA stitute for Castor Oil, PareSyrups. It is Pleasant. It OipilIIlt; IIU1 uuiur larantee. It destroys Worms ; cures Diarrlioea and Wind Troubles, cures Constipation ates tlie Food, regulates tlie g Ilealtli y and natural sleep, le Mother's Friend. ["OR IA ALWAYiS Signature of vfi Atoms Bought ~ d ' KJ ver 30 Years. URRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITV. Main Street Fairmont... West va. f LOW PRICES in every terested in any of these e, as these prices are % TUESDAY and closing: ' m best $1.00 linen, full 72 inches wide, at 80c. TWO pieces regular 65c linen at 45c. TWO pieces 35c turkey red, at 25c. SUMMER VESTS at 10c, 15c, and 25c. WHITE APPLIQUE EMBROIDERIES. ?A lot of regular 20c, 25c, and 35c a yard for this week only, all at 15c a yard. See these for trimming Summer Dresses. LACES?1,000 yards linen torchon Laces and Insertions worth 10c a yard; special a yard, 5c. MILLINERY SPECIAL?$1.50 Street Hats, $1.15; $2.00 Hats for $1.48; $2.50 l-lats for $1.89.