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I LEVysS DOKAZETTA
3 Presents Sirtlorf Vane's Masterpiece.
- The Greatest of All Melo-dramas,
;a auu Li t. UUIil^
pally, Including the
Bfe; " Donazeltofi..
Tne Piaacle of Scenic Grandeur
$01 The Accie of Realism
: iP <2[ I THE - GREAT LIGHTHOUSE
O J "SCENE.
J? | THE RAID AT KIMBERXL
! LEY.
El THE HEROINE AND HER
jj CHILD WALK TO SAFETY
Tlie Greatest. Grandest Sensation fvcr
Presented. A Chain of Human
Codies Spanning a Rocky
. Gorge.
TE," HE, r?E, F-iE?E! I:
Seat sale Monday morr>in<r.
'' Prices, 75, 50, 35 and 25 cents.
GRAND OPERA SPOUSE
WEDNESDAY,
" NOV. 2 3.
S. SI Shubert. in association with Writ.
rt.;; .
A. Brady, presents the eminent
Comedian
;:A; Wrolf
: Hopper
In the New York Lyric . Theatre specyv-'.s.
.
tacular revival of the merriest of
Comic Operas
WANG
With a company of seventy Artists, including
MARGUERITE CLARK, ADA *
DEAVES, FRANK BELCHER. cl
e
And the famous original
40-Lyric Theatre Chorus BeautiesHO v
ai
Magnificent scenery. Gorgeous costuming, tt
Augumented chorus. s
. St
Advancesale opens Saturday at 9 a. m.
Prices, $1.50, $1.00 75 and 50c. al
Curtain 8:30. Carriages 11:00.
; -at
"YOU CAN'T BEAT US
UNLESS YOU CHEAT."
SKINNER'S TAVERN "
At the Depot.
The largest and handsomest
Sample rooms in the country. ^
located in the new $200,000
Court-house.
ur:
3. G. WAlVtS, Prop., M
FAIRMONT, W. Va. or
: I de
TNEW STORE 12
In<
TURKEYS. CHICKENS, EGGS er
and BUTTER.
OYSTERS and FISH.
Leave your orders for Tlianksgiv- ?P
ing Turkey with us.
Produce delivered to all parts of A,J
the city. at
Consolidated 'Phone 148.
214 Jackson Streetl Ij
... UNION & MORTON ...J
. " fa
McEIroy Stewart and Miss Jessie
Stewart, of Stewarts town, Monongalia
county, eloped to Cumberland yes
terday and were married. They re- ?V<
SS&tfnraed' to-3 a v. !
One half price on ladies' coats and .
Jackets. Save money and so to J.
is J v scHb^
LEVY AT T:-:E f?HCENT
" ELECTION.
s ' There are yet a few people fa M
rion county /a ho are iioi in fn vc>r <
.the free s-chool .system:,"according ?
:kc voles cast, at the past electio:
A great jaaay' t>C" the voters sievt
tiiinli of the hottora of: rhe tick;
where. it say.-, "r'or Sehfoi Lev:
,Against School Levy." ThL }& ove:
f looked by i hem "out tiere are alway
enough to mark otic the-latter for th
levy to carry. la ease it were vote
clown wo could not hove free school
":s there would i>e-.jio funds for th
purpose. Sometimes- people ignorant
ly mark the wrong one but some ir
.cciiuuuuh^ . '? OLtt. u.15iiuiri-u- iu?,. if.v v.-;.
At the ;?st election.250 voces weri
cast agaik'5 "-a school levy in Mario:
county. Of . -. ten were in Unim
district;.82 in 1-. T">vf; 11 in T.neoln:
24 in Grant: 39 .. "iiitiei.fi: 71 li
Fairmont, and 113 in Sttvcminulon.
Eii-r.iAYO.R VAN WYCK
A VEflV: RICH MAN.
Adds Half Million In Six Weeks to
Fortune By Lucky Transactions
In Real Estate.
NEW YORK, Nov. IS.?Former Mayor
Van AVycI: is credited with liutylng
added $500,000 to his already great
fortune in the last six weeks Ijv deals
in Bronx realty. Van W'yck's fortune'
is now estimated at $B,?i00.OQ0, although
he himself refuses u> nameany
figure. It is known that lie has
been highly successful In "Wall Street.
In ihe Bronx realty deals he was interested
with John F. Carroll and oilier
Tammany "politicians. .Heavy purchases
of property were made before
the'completion of the subway, and in
the recent big rise in values a great
profit was made. Van Wvck wanted
to sell out, although his companions
in the deal declared for holding en.
He said it was all right for the men
who were with him . in the deal and
were married to hold ilieir property
for their children, hut for lu'tn, a
bachelor, the cash was better than
dead land. The others yielded to his
wishes.
Van Wvck was not regarded as a
wealthy man when lie became Mayor
of Mew York, yet during his term ho
Invested in ice stock and Amaigamated
copper to the extc-nt of several
hundred thousand dollars.
Since retiring from the mayors
office he has devoted much of his
time to Wall street, an!, through influential
connection in the financial
world, is said to have cleared large
profits on many deals. In 1Sit9 he v as
i clerk at a salary of $18 a week.
.IFEBOAT CROSSES
ATLANTIC OCEAN.
The Urad, With Four Men on Board,
Arrives at St. Johns From
Norway.
ST. JOHNS, M. F., Nov. IS.?The
ifeboat Urad. from Aalesund, Nor- ]
ray, which saiied August 7, bound .
or St. Johns and New York, and (
fence for St. Louis, with her designr.
Captain Brude. and three others {
board, arrived in the harbor here on {
iednesrlav. She was three months ^
nd nine days crossing the Atlantic.
c
The boat was built to compete for
le price for the best lifeboat at the
t. Louis Exjiosition. She met very
or my weather, but proved an ex;llent
sea boat. She lost her main- ^
ast, sails and other gear. All '
i 0
icitj ivl era w/vll
The Urad will re-provision here ''
ul proceed io New York.
U
for Mckinley banquet. f
h
ay, Taft, Beveridge and Cortelyou |(
to Be Invited to Canton. .N
CANTON, O., Nov. IS.?The annual |y
inquet in commemoration of the
rth of William McKinley, on the
onday following Sunday, January
, the next anniversary, will be held Cj
ider the auspices of the Young |E
en's McKinley Club, once the pet
ganizatioa of the martyr Presi- y
nt.
Invitations to speak will be ex- fa
aded to Secretary of State Hay, a,
cretary Taft, Senator Beveridge, of ||liana,
Chairman Cortelyou and oth- p(
orators of note. |e
Hi
Advance sale for De Wolf Hopper ^
ens to-morrow at 3:00 o'clock A. M. ]lr
I Music sung in Wang on sale only (g
Marion Piano Co. x
fOTEL "BELUVUE"
da
Ioe
CING BEAUTIFUL OHIO RIVER. !o
Between both Depots, and best 4.
location in City.
. ?
irything about the house flrat-class. L.
Rates $t.50 and $2oa( His
lath and Bar attached to Hotel.
12<wHEEUNG'W TeU i!l"
SEGiNS NEXT TUESrVi'?A LmRGE (
AMOUNT" OF BUSI NESS ON j
FOR SETLEMSJiT. j:
j ifudjriuS' lro^.pi^enUudicatioas;:'fte-tl
J-foyem.B|~ f&rnt of Circuit Cath'l.jt
^ which -con vc-nos Tcsster lifeu. 'ivtll j c
1;a a heavy one. -Not maty-jury .casas-|-t
_ ' wore tried at the Jttiy term am! cori-1 h
sMueatly a lar!.,e .aatouuc of buslaesA |'?
''renin:nr.tcr this term it. transact. }:g
*_ The work on the cvhtvli'.i:! side <if a
~ the court v.-jn act be lar; -. Of fifty- ' ?
~ one cases on the' docket,"'ohil>* two :<ie 'at
... inarked lip for trial. These are the: U
s cases of the State a"g!iiii& Camion a:
Board and%.7ohn Harlow'.: The latter- ti
' is a nttsrdcr case, it vriif he renieni- n>
bored '.'.tat Harlow, salt is charged, It
, ritortaind killed a man named Swart?, sv
7 at the .Fountain saiocu last winter, w
* Tlis''other eases on the criminal dock; A
. .er are oiu ones, being continued from <?i
' one term 10 another for several years av
and. some o~. which may as -well be ev
dismissed. wi
Several persons are in jail 01* out on tit
bond charged with felonier. who will of
'03 indicted the first few clays of court tot
v.-ncn the grand jury meets. Some an
of these caseis may I/O tried at this tr.t
term l>ut it is not likely. One of sfcr
these, Robert Jackson id charged with an
murder Cut' his trial will not come up tri
at. this time, so far tu If now known. set
Other prisoners are charged with va- the
rious crimes.
The law and appeal docket contains
. 154 cases. 79 of which are slated for
trial. These cases are of various bid
kinds, several being sails against, the' ins
B. and O. R. It. Co. The suits of ?i
Patrick Bettings vs. the City of Fair- dia
mont for 35.00 0 and against -.lie Fair- arte
monl ?^ Suburban It. It. Co. for a like our
amount will be tried. Iftltesc 79 are tur
tried the jury will have quits a stay in by
the .city. son
The docket of suggestions, notices, fori
attachments. etc.. contains twenty- Mr.
seven cases, while the chancery, dock- in I
ec contains 101. Several of these will ie
he heard and the term promises to be tail
a lengthy- one. All told, there are 311S lias
cases on the docket for this term but tvln
riot half of tUeru ivill bo tried. iter
The term convenes Tuesday. No- "Ca
vember 22, and the grar.ii jurors will wie
be required to be present on that day. cue
The petit, jurors will not lie needed tin- rics
til Monday. November 2S. ' ' cha
1? lire
HENRY LAZIER* , attr
HURT AT BRIDGE, forr
Shu
Was Returning With Freight Train .V ev
From Point Marion to Fairmont mat
?How Accident Happened. sive
This
While riding on top of a box car may
last evening Henry Lazier, a former not
resident of this city but now a brake- asso
man on the Fairmont-Point Marion nine
freight, was hit and knocked down as for i
the freight was passing under the of o
suspension bridge at Morgan town, carr
says the Chronicle. stag'
The accident occurred about 7 for I
o'clock. The freight was returning it, t
to Fairmont after its daily run to comi
Point Marion. Lazier was standing prod
ju cue tout uj .t uujt oar near mi; una- [ft? t
Jle of the train, transmitting orders uine
o the engineer from the rear of tlie tains
rain. His hack was toward the than
>ridge and the "low-bridge" did not scent
Lttract his attention. As the ear up- of a
>n which he was standing was passing Ev
inder the bridge he was caught, in the utiliz
.boulder and knocked flat on the roof of tl:
>f- the car. It is the greatest won- The
ler in the world that lie did not roil pie
IT the car, as the fail .inzed him. A ery (
eep gash about four inches long was tlon
at in his forehead. part
Help soon came and he was taken not ]
o the Hartigan Hospital, where Dr. the c
lartigan took several stitches in his pherr
ead. hazier had recovered enough
d return to his home at Fairmont on THR1
To. 4 last night.
IRS. MAYBRICK NOT $10 OC
TO APPEAR IN PUBLIC. c
NEW YORK, Nov. IS.?The Assoiated
Press has received the followig
communication: 5P1
Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 17. hundt
o the Associated Press: Chaut
Will you kindly do me the great miles
;iror to most emphatically contradict " *'
iy and all statements to the effect 3m* 1
tar I intend to make a public apiarance,
either on the stage or the mer h
cture platform. Permit me to add "le a
at in no instance has there been terye
slightest ground for such a re- ?l,eral
>rt. not
Very truly yours. built-,
ligrned.)
FLORENCE E. MAYBRICK.
HUJ
Horses Wanted. Hollin,
I will be at Reed's Stable on Tues- this ai
y, November 22, 1904, to buy a car old git
td of horses and mares, from "four playini
ten years old. "Want them fat. B. not th
WARNER.
Adv.
SjpVPT f^mmlorl nfton W .
7 f*' wpcus ,
Douglass shoe for men. C. B.
ghland. (ilosi
?"? 1? ? ' Jackets
3uy your lime. Cumberland, Port-Why
' ''^Thc Span "
: The Ettyiish speaking actor has
?resented thousands of plays "taken
rem French and German sources,
>ut Vvith ilio exception PC tlio immoral
Shakespeare, those countries have
!?n3ed a henriris to the works of '.wis.
isst ciramr.t.ists; therefore, it is a
fell compliment to the dlstinftafshcl
dramatist. Sutton Vane, that hi.reat
tnoioiltattta', "The Span of hire,"
r.d ..its exceptional strength as aj
uy 'J as .llte
i.'inas^rs of Continental Curopo. ana
toir preset tnt ions of H have been.
s papular :;s r.uv plays by their nave
authors. 'The Span of uife" is
3\v and has been "for eight conseeuve
years the reigulug melodramatic
tcecss of Prance and Germany, as
ell" as of England. Australia and
Ejerici". It will be given at the
rand Opera House next Tuesdayening
by the strongest company
or seen in it. and a strong feature
!I be the vrorld famous Donazettns,
e most, daring and skillful athletes
this or any other country, and will ;
-m the most thrilling situation on (
y stage, when they make the hutn
bridge thirty feet above the
ige. New and beautiful scenery
if marvelous mechanical and eleec
elfccts have been made, and this
tsor.Y. production is by far the best ;
play has ever had.
DeVVolf Hopper in "Wang."
fhe Grand Opera House will be
ghtened up next Wednesday even:
with all the glory of comic opera E
ts pretty girls, its rollicking come- p
ns, its melody, its scenic splendor p
i its gay costuming. We promise j,
selves all these delightful fea- tl
os of ibis sort, of entertainment e
" * ----- - - ^
offerings afforded us in past sea- e
s from the same source that the p
incoming production emanates?- a
De Wolf Hopper, a past master ],,
:he art of producing pleasing com- (j
opera with all the essential tie- ^
s above referred to. Mr. Hopper c]
not deceived us in years gone by,
m lie brought us "Wang," "El Cap- (j
i."" "Br. Syntax," "The Charlatan," Q,
sties in Hie Air" and "Mr. Pick- cj
k," and we have no reason to
stion his? ability to continue his sein
the same liberal manner as
racterized his earlier pieces. We H
told that in Mr. Hopper's present
action?Wang in lavish revival
n, precisely as done at the Messrs.
bert's fashionable Lyric Theatre, D
: York?there is matoriai that pr
:es his company "the most expen- dt
musical organization en tour." at
) statement ? whatever truth" fr
be in it?is no doubt based on hs
alone the excellence of the star's d<
elate players, but upon the run-1 on
; cost of the general production, I go
t is known that, unlike in tne case co
rdinary comic opera. Mr. Hopper
ies every big and little bit of
e property used in his production, W
Jre simple reason, as he explains
he new Wang is held In awful
rarison with the great original
uction of fourteen years ago, and ^
things that go to make up a gen- '
old-time Wang picture, he main,
can he no more trifled with
would be those of an historical
? from Shakespeare in the hands
nrc
careful management. '
erv particle of stage property
ed in Wang II, it is said, is part ;
le original hfew York revival. J_
original furniture , the throne,
magnificent festooning and evletail
of the New York producare
all carried, it is claimed, as
and parcel of the aggregation?
ticseu up oere aiiu mcie Minn
oliection of ordinary stage paralalia.
EE HUNDRED
COTTAGES BURN.
)0 Fire With No Insurance
Strikes Chautauqua Grounds
at Urbana. Ohio.
SINGFIiiLD, O., Nov. > J.?Tliree
ed cottages on the Urbana
*uqua camp grounds, twelve
north of.here were destroyed
e yesterday. boss over $10,000
to insurance. The place -was
at fire protection and last sum>y
lire lost its large hotel. How
re to-day originated is a mysThe
Chautauqua has been, in
tion forseveral years. It is
aeiy tnat in? ;>iace win d* reChild
Shot Father.
CTINGTON, Xor. IS.?James
ger, of near Cassville. -was shot
fternoon by his little four year
-1 who was sitting on the floor
; with a revolver which was
ought to be loaded.
ince cale for. De Wolf Hopper
to-morrow at 9:00 o'clock A. Wl.
\ <
ng out sale. ladies' coats and j
. at half price. J; S.. Pople. ^
not let the Marion Claim '
collect that claim for you ? x j
'
: ; { : - - |gi
WORLD'S FAIR f
IN DECEMBER)
THE FOURTEENTH IS THE LAST ; '
OFFICIAL OPENING Or THE
BIG SHOW.
(By Publishers' Press.)
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Nov. > VS.?TUo
aahagciaeiit holils- that on "jlr3ni?r1
Icccmber I"l. tho Louisiana 'Purchase '
Exposition oificlaivy closes, sale! Pres.* '
lent Francis when asked for a reply J
o tho statement made to \'nt!onr:I 3
Itimmlsaloner lo the report that ho '
on I <1 not continue operation; of the a
air after December 1. Mr. First ticis c
titled, however, that. Iti-j gates would a
0 open for thirty or possibly sixty C
ays during the wrecking till the ex- 1'
(bit palaces, and admission will be P
barged during tliat time, ti
There will probably be airship C
iKhts and "concessions may be l;ept h
pen. The matter will tie finally do- h
ided. later. ft
THE "DIAMOND QUEEN"
CI
as Been Pardoned And Will Be ^
Freed Saturday Morning.
o
. (By Publishers' Press.) 1ATLANTA,
Ga.? Nov. IS.?Mamie
ecris, the "Dlnmond Queenwas f<
irtloned by Governor Terrell, Thurs- jr
ty. She will leave the prison walls ft
Milledgeville Saturday morning a b,
ee woman. Her sentence would tl
ive expired next. Monday. Mamie t><
;cris is the woman who was lashed CJ
1 her bare baclc by Warden Alia- d
od, who was forced to resign on acunt
of his action. ti|
GOLD STANDARD tr
wi
III Be Adopted In Mexico?A Mark
VI I I
(By Publishers' Press.) sti
CITY OF MEXICO. Xov. IS.- Thc CO
ixican government had determined th;
on the adoption of the Gold Stan-, ev,
rd, and President Diaz will tend to dif
ogress a special message favoring to
s change as in the interest or the dei
igress of the Nation. The coinage inj
a fifty cent dollar similar to the dot
lerican dolalr coined Cor use In the cai
iilppines will be recommended. the
Good U
to tl
Ghild
Children especially ar
and the housekeeper m
to their food.
a _ 1 _ 1 I
^-\s gooa case can D
good eggs, so also a cal
ful as well as dainty mu
a pure and perfect bakii
Royal Baking Powde
in the preparation of th
of food. It imparts th<
ness, sweetness and Have
finest cake, biscuit, dougf
and what is more impori
food wholesome and agr
ouso some* one opened fire
Tho sheriff of the county is in

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