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The Fairmont West Virginian. (Fairmont, W. Va.) 1904-1914, November 01, 1904, Image 2

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IJ^J. J.UI LU. Uli.lLUULJ^.I-5 luyu':
bis moraine, suffering with a s
He narrowly escaped having ?
a day or two. A small son ?
;ed Away at Ten O'clock To- J'
>st substantial citizens, died at
st Friday he had been suffer:
serious results were not ailI
until within an hour or so
ochran was horn near Worthsince
early manhood resided s'
city. His first business yen- ^
lysine and for a number of !a
jk.^iuc auu uuj', ctxx OX.
survive hitn. wltl
arrangements will be an- cre(
j-morrow.. thai
jjpNISTER S
1 RATED UPON FOR AP- t
ITIS YESTERDAY?IS F|a(
ERIOUS CONDITION. __
DR.K, Oct. 31.?At the Hole
this morning it "was
t Kogore-/Takahira, Envoy
ary and Minister Plenipo om
Japan to the "United
5 was operated upon yesteripendicltis,
was holding his
vas doing as well as could
d. His condition, however,
ed very serious and he canmounced
out of danger for
ee days at least,
ahira came to this city
night from Washington
JUUILBU AUU IUUK. aimi mien is m me iviaFriday
he became 111.
Saturday symptoms of. appendicitis
, <dereldped and Doctors William T.
ration, $1.00- and other valuables.- '
S. J. Sturm et al. to Blackley Marti,
property at Worthington j conideration,
$175. '
Blackley Martin and wife to H. L.
rartin property at Worthington; condonation,
$100. '
Mary' M. Hughes and husband to 1
afayette Snyder,- property in Manington
district; consideration $1,30.
Charles L. Snodgrass to C. R. Snodrass.
property in West Mannington;
onsideration, $1.00 and other valables.
<
C. A. Snodgrass et al. to Charles '
. Snodgrass, property In Manning- 1
>;i; consideration, $1.00 and other !
aluables.
Suit Entered.
Lemuel H. Hess has entered suit in !
lancery in the Circuit Court against 1
harles Hess et al. Attorney B. L. f
utcher represents the plaintiff.
a
Fiduciary. fi
W. D. Straight has been appointed lj
lardian of the infant heirs of the 11
te IJelle Straight. _ Bond of $2,000 |
is given.
>ecial Session of the County Court. ?
A special session of the County 1
>urt will be held to-morrow to ar- ?
nge for and consider the commit- 1
;nt of Eliza J. Ingram to the Hos- (
nl for" Insane at "Weston. No othbusiness
will be transacted.
? \ Marriage
License.
Charlie Preston, 30,. and Ellion Osn.
35. iVilliam
Bullock, 20, and Christina T
gei, 25.
WO TOUGH
LOOKING CHAPS ?
in
IRE LODGED IN UNIONTOWN "S
JAIL CHARGED WITH HORSE
SG
STEALING,
mi
in,
(By Publishers' Press.) M;
iONNELLSVILLE, Pa, Oct. 31.? si,
th six men pointing as many Win- Mi
sters - at their heads, John Lynn ro
I James McGinnis, aged 20 and lei
years,- were arrested this morning wi
Constable Carson, of Perry town- fin
>, about two miles out of Perryo- A
s, for alleged horse stealing. ,The pe
1 were lodged in the county jail ke
Uniontown. and are the toughest ers
appearance ever brought to the rei
nty seat. When arrested the men no
two rigs in their possession, said fei
aave been stolen, while Constable vie
son says he can connect them
1 several similar thefts. Lynn is i
lited with telling the officer gai
: if he had attempted to make the wo
>st alone he would not have been
e to tell the story. They' also t
sted that they would escape. Ag
have some fine lots in Morrow "
:e yet. w. K. Lanham. t L.
STEMI
We offer for sale
off the regular pric
litia r\f r-rtifc dnrmrti
-SLAAJL^ ^JL OIJ.W VV U
tative of the WOC
facturers. This lo
the latest styles?i
Sizes 34 and 36?;
one-fourth off. It n
of several dollars o
wrap.
Come, pass your
e. c. stemp
Misses bake on Glen avenue Saturday
evening, was a great and, fyom the
fun indulged in; almost a hovniliff suecess.
Ghosts were in evidence and
many a small child living on . that
thoroughfare will be frightened into
staying in the house for the next year
by the memories thereof.
At 8:30 P; M. the guests arrived
and the fun began. In fact a great
deal of fun was strung all the way
from the homes of the guests to the
place of the party. A prize was offered
to the most tacky- one and R. O.
Kendall rightfully -received it. The
booby prize was awarded to Dr. L. G.
Ice because he was too much dressed
up. < Ghost
stories, fortune telling,
charades, "punkin" pie and many other
hailowe'en tricks were engaged in.
A.t" . an opportune hour refreshments
were served and when the guests de
oarted for their homes all felt that
they had been entertained in a way
seldom equalled.
Those present were Miss Carrie
Brown, of Grafton; Misses Susie
Humphries, Sarah Morgan, Anna Paton,
Ada Talkington, Helene White
ind the Misses Lake; Hubert Sinsel,
>f Grafton; R. 0. Kendall, A. J. Kern,
P. Y. DeBolt, Dr. L. G. Ice, J. Clark
3vans, Frank Crawford and Cordon
ind Kay Lake.
Mrs. Nuzum Is Entertaining.
Mrs. S. F. Nuzum is entertaining
nformally at cards at her rooms over
he Palace grocery this afternoon
rom 2:30 to 5 o'clock in honor of
Irs. Arthur T. Roberts. The rooms
re beautifully decorated and the
;uests, composed of a p^-ty of twelve
rides, are being charmingly enterained.
A .Good Time Coming. ,
The Junior Christian Endeavorers
f the M. P. Temple will be given a
allowe'en party in the lecture room
f the church this evening. Re eshments
will be served, and all
inds of funny tricks will be played
>r the enjoyment of the young folks.
Royal Italian Concert Band to-night.
? i
A POSTAL CARD
o Manager Mansfield Will Insure
Election Returns Free to Bell
Telenhone' Subscribers.
The C. D. and P. Telephone people
ive arranged to supply their, pat- 1
ns with returns on election night. --7
hey will undoubtedly supply this :
formation ahead of all competitors, 1
i but one break between this city
id New York is necessary. This
rvice is entirely a matter of accomodation,
and costs subscribers noth- 1
S except a postal card to manager
ins field informing him of your de- P
e to participate in the generosity,
r. Mansfield wishes to impress patas
with the fact that absolute si- I
ice must be kept, as many phones
II be on the same circuit, and con- f
lion will therefore annoy others,
good idea is to have paper and
acil at the 'phone if you wish' to E
ep the vote and not repeat, to othi
in the room. No messages will be E
leated by the operators. If the
ise stipulation is violated, the ofider
-will be cut off from the ser- E
:e.
V
3very curve speaks modish elelce.
Dorothy Dodd shoes for
men. C. B. Highland. x e
,Vhy not let the Marion Claim k
ency collect that claim for you? x
Pis the grand shoe of to-day?W. e
Douglass. C. B. Highland. x
======== M
HE'S
K
i at 25 per cent. p.
:es, the sample w
by a represen)LTEX
manu- T,
t includes only
no two alike,
and the price
cleans a saving- Lu
IX y UUl W111LC1 Ro
c
own verdict sin
.5 n * ' , "
-/ .. - .. .
wa
LE & CO. -5
"Tod" Martin and one Thorn, from
the mining ;regiosj Vbove tins city, enf
gaged in a fight" at- Slifnnston Saturday
night ' over r . - small flag, and
Thorn lined a knife with good effect
on Martin's arm. A gash several
inches long was made in the fore-arm,
but it ,-wllT be saved.
Royal italian Concert Band to-night.
"CAESAR" YOUNG
KILLED^ HIMSELF
SO TWO WITNESSES WILL TESTIFY?NAN
PATTERSON WILL
BE RELEASED if TRUE.
(By Publishers' Press.)
NEW YORK, Oct. 31.?The district
attorney's, office is to-day investigating
important information which, if
proven to- be correct, will result in
the speedy release of Kan Patterson,
the chorus girl, connected with the death
of "Caesar" Young, the book- j
maker.
Young ivas mysteriously shot while J
driving with Miss Patterson last
June. Two witnesses have been
found who have stated that they saw
"Caesar" Young deliberately shoot
himself while in the cab with Miss
Patterson. The witnesses, it is said,
are prominent in business In the
communities in which, they live,, and I
immediately after witnessing the
shooting .they swore each other to secrecy.
They made this vow' because
there was no good reason why either
of them shoulcLibe in thVcity at .the,
time, and it was-against their busi
ness interests that "their* presence
here should be known. ' , J
They finally-decided to make theirstory
known and'have communicated j
to the dlstrict>"attorney's_ office that
they are willing to come here and
verify. the statements if the district
attorney will agree not to hold them
is witnesses. - '
NOW IS THE TIME.
,v
Pull together, all together, <. 55!
Now's the time to pull to win;
Tow's the time to hustle lively
For the good times that are in.
. v .
[Ivery man who wants the country's
Credit good in every land =
las his duty plain before him? >T
Lend a hand.
Ivery man who wants to prosper
As we've prospered here of late
inows the ticket, and he ought to
Vote*"it straight. M
Ivery man who wants his business
And his labor to stand pat
otes that way, and knows exactly tQ
Where he's at. ^
Ja
Ivery man who stands for progress
And for right instead of wrong, j.Q
hows a good thing, and he pushes rpj.
It along. cr,
% ea
Iverv man who wants this, nation
Leading all on land and'sea ecj
larks his ballot in November an
"G. O. P." foi
re have got the ball to rolling
Onward to the highest goal; !
eep it going, everybody? eri
Let her roll. tht
pu;
oil together, all together, Oc
Now's the time to pull to stay; '
e have got the good times with us, era
Don't you let them get away. fan
?W. J. LAMPTON. boi
HE ROYAL ITALIAN
CONCERT BAND.
Sig. Alberto Rosati, Conductor. Tvv
Miss Nellie Turn wall, Soprano.
Program.
1. March?"Tannhauser." Wagner. *
2. Overture?"Raymond." Thomas. r?s'
3. Selection?"Prince of Pilsen." ers
ders. Tw
i. Cornet Solo. Selected, A. G. sot
sati. tion
>. "Pot poiirri from Carmen." Bizet, pull
Intermission 10 Minutes. 'nS
;. Overture?"William Tell." Ros^ -Rob
i. and
i.. Serenade?"Ideal." Mnscagni. flyii
:. Soprano, Selected. Nellio Turn- It
> "Sextette from Lucia". Done- Dor
ti. ' A
0. Overture?"America." Moses. Dor
'
. jjte
jj patterns, in tl
/0 || a stock sue!
- AffII Because our ]
.; ;\fl . there's never
Caroet.
w ja/xuiiK. ior aome
How to FREE the hou
ASHES and SOOI
rE WILL CHEERFULLY TELL YOU IF INTERE
Don't you think it would 1
to let us tell you all about
features of economy in moi
Fairmont Flui
312 1st Si
HE BATTLE OF I
SHAHKE RINER |
AY BE RESUMED AT ANY TIME
?JAPANESE ARE BOMBARDING
RUSSIAN FIGHT.
F
MUKDEN, Oct. 31.?All indications
-day point to a resumption of bat:
'of Shahke river. Last night the
panese began a bombardment of
e Russian right, which continued
r some hours without intermission,
lis morning the Mikado's forces
ossel the Shahke river to the southst
of Mukden.
Their object is not clearly manifestbut
the movement may presage ,
attempt to outflank the Russian
-ces.
Japanese Driven Back.
ST. PETERSBURG/ Oct. 31.?Genii
Stoessel in command at Port Arlr
reports that the Russians reised
an attack on the nortli front
tober 16.. He adds:
'Our artillery advanced to Paya- -
n and drove back the Japanese initry.
The enemy continued their
nbardment throughout the night.
MURDER AND SUICIDE.
o Wetzel County Farmers Dead
as Result of Quarrel.
iUNDEED, W. Va? Oct. 31.?As a ?"|
rlt of a quarrel between two farm- ?
here yesterday both are now dead,
TV ;; "DAW -t~ J H" ?T- ? >
u wcu ivuuei to dUU J UUS rf:
into a dispute over some ques- rut
l concerning a cornfield. Roberts on<
etl a revolver and shot Jobs, kilk 91.
him Instantly,- Shortly afterward', ,oj
efts went a short distance "away =
t\i:ned the gun upon himself, "V
lg in a few minutes. !?1'
*. 1 "?-' " Und
s weight can scarcely be felt. )a
othy Dodd shoe for women. x
faultless fitting shoe for women pri<
>-rices'^re '^l\vay^a,t bc11orri an0 .
a a large siock necessarily means a
>e to 65c yard
li. "Wool. Come from the best mills in
tbly half-a hundred patterns'to select
, lay and line them for you at a small
50c to $1 yard
and black designs, in the best trear.pattern
in the entire lot. These will
lined at a small additional cost.
2 to $1.20 yard
iese are from the Alexander Smith
; the conntry over for their carpets,
signs and make better wearing carpets
velvets.' '
ides of carpets in Body Brussels and
> yard. The patterns are very pretty
om those shown in the cheaper grades^
'
llaid
d PORTIERES
l , , * .
regular and special designs
Department should ; havc?
: ' "
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
KLINQ1A/
Xi BILL IN HALF
BIALTH of your FAMILY
>ME COZY
e an ABUNDANT supply of HOT
stic use
:se EROM *he destructiveness of
STEP
De worth ten minutes of your time
these and several other important
lern housekeeping ?
mbingr Co.,
treet.
We carry all sizes of sewer pipe
-om 3 to 24 inches. Prompt delivery,
all us on either 'phone. J. L. Hall
[ardware Store. z
erfect tailoring:, distinctive
style and
exclusive desigrn
that earn for
HENNEN SUITS
Thfiir rinnArvpri; ?vlik'r?V?^R?Si
T. W. HENNEN,
Merchant Tailo^llllllr
Second Floor,
Masonic Temple.
FRANK P. flTflERTON,
TEACHER OF PIANO, PIPE ORGAN,
^VIOLIN, BAND AND ORCHESTRAL
INSTRUMENTS,
nnin Second Floor, Cunningham

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