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was taken to his
> in Morrantovs'n this afternoon,
x>ne of the assessors:
ilara Reinheimer and llar;
Burns loft this morning for a
ding a few days at the homo of
^her-fn-law, A. J. Stone, of Qtiincy
JI. Jacobs,- son^ and^laogl.urr recounty
on the Stli instant. Is
^j^y Milte Powell, of Fairmont,
Ills friends and looking after some
^^gp'onal' business.?-Morgan(own
rWELVralNJURED
BHfflEftE RECORD OF AN EXPLOSION
AND FIRE THIS
|ffifOACO, Nov. IS.?-Twelve men
ore supposed to have been killed and
eaa were injured by a series of gas
afik explosions at the plants of the
Pyle National Electric Headlight
jampany, manufacturers of gas appliances
l'or rail ways, and the People
las Eight and Coke Company, at
Sgventy-fourth street and South Chiagb
' avenue to-day. Two bodies
&fais;%een recovered, and the lire-1
sen claim ten others are in the ruins,
'he financial Joss is $100,000.
tiaric; but the precise cause has not
seen ascertained. The first intima|an$of'dts
existence came with.the ext
$wed .in rapid succession, the demoliiariof
half a dozen other tanks, and
he air became filled with sheets of
lames; which spread out fan-like xinHr they-:
also enveloped the plant of
WWAN SI "J D
FOR MANS! AIIOHTFP
I: PERSONS KILLED IN COLSION?CAR
GOT BEYOND
(By Publishers' Press.)
tONTO, Ont., Nov. IS.?Four
IS were killed in a street car |
steam engine collision here
day night- They constituted
abductor and three passengers,
lotorman alone escaping. The
iiich l(,a<l a trailer attached, got
d the control of the molorman
trashed through the guard gate1
is Queen street crossing of the
! Trunk Railway. A freight
struck the forward car. brealti
dead are:
JIBS ARMSTRONG, conductor.
S. MINNIE MAHAFFEY, interinjured,
died at hospital.
3SEEL T. STEPHENS, interin
jured, died at hospital.
year old child of J. Robertson,
arrant was issued for the arrest
n. Armstrong, the niotorman, on
rge of manslaughter.
deac
GRAKO LODGE OF MASONS
CLOSED LAST NiGHT AFTER
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
CLARKSBURG, W. Va? Nov. IS.?
The annual meeting oC the Grand
Lodge ol' Masons of West Virginia
came to a close here last night shortly
after midnight. Altogether there
are over six hundred in the city attending
the annual meeting.
The Grand Lodge convened in the
local Masonic ball in the Lcggett
building on Third street Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Grand Master
George Hatch, of Wheeling, presided
and ail of the grand officers were at
their stations. After preparatory
business and the appointment of the
adjourned to the Waldo flotel dining
room, where an elegant banquet was
partaken of. Grand .Master Hatch
presided as toastmaster and many
prominent JIasons delivered interesting
addresses. The address of welcome
was delivered by Stuart F. Iteed.
of Clarksburg. All day Thursday the
degree work was e<emplitied in the
lodge room by the grand lecturer, and
the committees of the lodge were
hard at work.
At 7 ziJO* o'clock last evening the final
session of the grand lodge convened
in Masonic Hall with the grand
officers presiding, and all of the delegates
in attendance. This meeting
continued until all business was finished
up and then the grand lo-'ge
officers for the ensuing year were
elected and installed.
The following officers were elected:
Grand Master Dr. h. II. Clark, of
Tvyle: Deputy Grand Master, Geo. W.
McClintock. of Charleston; Senior
Grand Warden, Thomas G. Stricltler,
of Eilenboro; Junior Grami \V arden,
James A. Dry an. of t'arkcrsburg:
Grand Treasurer, Dr. S. 31. Myers, of
Martinsburg; Grand Secretary, Geo.
,W, Atkinson, of Charleston; Grand
Chaplain, Her. Dr. Gibbons; Senior
Grand Deacon, 13. M. Show-alter, of
Fairmont; Junior* Grand Deacon,
Frank W. Clark, of New Martinsville;
Grand Marshall, Dr. if. P. Baguley,
of Wheeling, and Grand Pursuivant,
Win (loin Stokes, of Welch.
PLATT'S BREAKFAST
PIE TEN FEET LONG.
It Was Three Feet Wide, Two Inches
Deep and Weighed 2Q0 Pounds?
Was "The Kind Mother Made."
OSWEGO, N. Y? Nov. IS.?The
monster pie which Senator Piatt
served to Ills guests at his recent
breakfast was 10 feet long, feet'
wide and 2 Inches deep. It contained
20 pounds of flour, 10 pounds of lard,
7 gallons of pumpkin, 150 eggs, 20
pounds of sugar, 1 gallon of molasses,
Wo. pounds of spices and 2-1 quarts of
milk.
The pie weighed more than 200
pounds, and on the, top was Hie inscription
in white sugar; "The Kind
Molher Made."
$2 ADVANCE IN BAR IRON.
Plate. Beam and Structural Pools
Also Meet to Discuss Prices, but
No Action Is Taken.
-NEW YORK. -Nov. IS.?'The Eastern
Bar Iron Association to-day ordered
an advance of $2 per Ion in
the price of its product.;. There were
theetings during the day of the steel
bar, steel plate, steel beam and structural
plate tools, but according to the
best information no price changes have
yet been determined by these interests.
Representatives of the steel rail
pool were in conference here, but it is
understood that a majority of ihe
members of this pool favor deferring
action until next month.
j SPECIAL SALE 0
-20 per eeri
F^RIED/A-V and SA
Remember?These new lines v,
and we offer them at ;
Thanksgiving dinner
joyed if the table is
of these nt
E. C. STEM
T
- GRIDIRON SOYS
Were Treated to Sumptuous Feast
Last Nigltt. A
sumptuous banquet was given
la&t evening by the Yr. 31. C. A. at Its
rooms to the different foott.all organizations
of the city. The All High
School, the High School A. C., the
Buzzard and the Y. 31. C. A. teams
were present. The rooms were decc/rated
with the togs necessary to football
players and footballs were suspended
above the cables. Each of
the four teams were placed at a separate
table while at the fifth table sat
Secretary Hawley, Director Williamson,
of the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium,
and other officers of the organization.
Each table was decorated In tiie colors
of the team occupying it.
At nine o'clock amid the yells of
the different teams, about sixty men
sat down to the tables, where more
than a dozen of the city's most jjromInent
young ladies served, them the
following
MENU.
Soullion Wafers
Veal Croquettes
Cream Potatoes Waldorf Salad
Cheese Straws
L- ~ : i vJ J l ocm/, wiui i uo v/i =c?i:i
Coffee.
The menus were enclose*! in beau
tiful hand painted covers, different
for each table. While at the tables
informal toasts were responded to by
several of the guests. Will Engle
told "IIow to Matte a;: End Run:"
"Mugsy" McGraw spoke on "IIow to
Make a Tackle;" Prof. Dibblee, on
"Getting Into Shape;" Curt Robinson,
the funny man, preserver his reputation
as such; Captain Sam Hull, of
the Purples, on "Watch the Dials,"
which have been put up to show how
many members each side has secured
in the contest; C. W. 32vans, on
"The Ladies, God Bless 'i hem," and
Milton Bejach, on "Football, the Brutality
vs. the Science."
The banquet was a novel idea in its
conception and execution and was a
most pleasant, affair.
M0UNDC1TY
TEAM. TO BE HERE
WILL MEET Y. M. C. A. AGGREGATION
TO-MORROW AFTERNOON
AT FAIR GROUNDS.
Saturday at three-thirty, the Y. M.
C. A. team of this city and the Mound
City's, of Moiindsvtlle will begin their
struggle at the Fair Grounds. On account
or Wheeling Elliott School's
cancellation, the pich of the High
School will.be at the Association's disposal
and two or three oC the youngsters
may he used. The average spectator
abhors the rag chewing prevalent
in most gridiron battles anil no
diversion of this nature will ho tolerated,
so Manager Robertson and
Cnpt ain Ely declare, further stating
that the contest will bs free from slugging
and rowdyism.
The Association will likely line up
as follows: L. E., Robertson and McGraw;
L. T., Miller: L. C? Sellman;
C., Johnson; R. G., Griiiin: R. T..
Wilson: R. 15.. Morfitt: Q. B.. Englc:
Li. I-I.. Ely: It. hi.. Watson and F. R?
McColl or Bailey.
To-Morrow's Exchange.
To-morrow morning at Griffin's
shoe more on Main street, the Ladies'
Aid Society, of the M. E. Church,
Soi2i.Ii, will have lor disposal a cnoice
line of edibles, from which, you may
select the trimmings for your Sunday
dinner. There will be an abundance
of cakes, pies, doughnuts, salt-rising
bread, ho me-matte; candies, salads,
etc.. from which to select- Better
go early and get the "best.
Advance sale "or De Wolf Hopper
opens to-morroiv at 9:00 o'clock A. M.
PLE'S
F FALL LIIMEIVS-I
t. Discount
TURDAY--18I9.
re re bought for the occasion
i special price. Your
will be doublv en
covered with one
:w cloths.
PLE & CO. ^
"THE
|
The Turkey Roas
We're Selling All
There's a lot of N
The Best KinHc r>
Warm Gloves for
Women's Suits ai
Nen's and Boys'
Now is the
THE
LARGE STOKE JCOURT-HOUSE
<
GLEANINGS
c
Suits Entflred. t<
Belle Anderson, executrix, has en- tl
tered suit in chancery anil attachment H
in the Intermediate Court against ,T. n
E. H. Pitzer. Attorney IV. S. Hay- K
rnoiui represents the plaintiff. ii
The Town of jVIannington has en- Itered
suit 111 chancery in the Circuit
Court against Jesse P. Gump. Attor- a
ney I.. S. Schwenck represent. the n
plaintiiT.
Flattie M. Davis has entered suit in "V
chancery in the intermediate Court d
against Dorsey C. Davis. Attorney \V. ~
M. Hess represents the plaintiff. V
Columbus Harris lias entered suit
in Cbanccry in the Intermediate Couit <j;
against -Mary Ann Karris. Attorney ti
M. Powell represents the plaintiff. ]3
n:
Real Estate Transfers. tc
Deed dated November 15, 1904; W.
S. Meredith- and wife to Bertha N. ei
Price, property at Barnstown; con- tl
sideration, other properly. g
Deed dated November 15,1901; Bertha
X. price and husband to "VV. S n:
Meredith, property at Ilarnstown;
consideration, other property. h;
Deed dated October i3, 190-1; .M. G. j]
McCaslin and wife to Clarence It. Mor- i?
gan, property at Fairview; consideration,
$1,150. pi
Deed dated April 19, .1.991: R. B.
Moorehead and wife to Samantha .VI. p,
Robison, property at Fairview; consideration,
$350. tr
Deed dated October J9. 1903: Reason
Fox and wife to M. L. McXutt, tl]
property at Fairview; consideration,
SCOO. O
Deed dated November 2, 1901;
George W. Brown and wife to Fran-: jn
At. Turner, properly at Fairview; w
consideration, $500. ]i.
Deed dated April !G, 190-I; T3. S. I-y
Deeriiig and wife to Otis Boor, property
at Fairview: consideration, S150.
Deed dated February 2. 1S9S ; Sarilda
Wetzel to Presby Morris, property
on Pawpaw creek: consideration.
$1.00 and otlier valuables.
Deed dated October 1. [:10]]; the
17 m?-?T t \r Cii iiT VoliirAn
Robinson, property in JTomewood addition
to ^ Manning ton ; consideration,
5100.
Deed dated July S: 1902 : Harriet. J. m
Clayton to "W. G. Alexander, property bj
in Clayton addition to Mannington; Vi
consideration, $S00. ri
cc
Tiie County Court, w
The County Court met this morning si
and allowed the orders for the expense
of the election. The orders will cc
he ready for distribution as soon as d<
they can he made out. bl
si
MAY MAKE EXAMPLE rE
Of a Certain Member of Company H
For Violation of Rule. cc
B
A certain member of Company H w
will likely be dismissed from the ser- ar
rice, the result of participating in a vi
political demonstration, while wearing
the National Guard uniform, a
military law that is rigidly enforc- to
on cvitrvwhere. The nunishment for n,
this offense is dismissed, -with a fine
attached, and if rumor can be believed,
local Guard officers will make an Aj
example of this case, as they claim ?
that the man was warned previous jto
his public exhibition. ?
Death of Master Thomas Myers.
Little Tom Myers was horn February
Sth, IS'JG, and died November
12 Lh, T904, aged S years, 9 months
and 4 days. The little fellow had .
been a sufferer for several days from yy
diphtheria, but had survived the dis- ?
ease and died from inflammation of
the stomach. The lad was a bright,
child, and quite a favorite with the
people.- The family has the sympar^ ^
.
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HOME OF GOOD GOC
ter Sale Begins ToBrussels
Carpels at
ew Jewelry in For
f Underwear for Eve
Winter Wear?Leatl
nc! Furs.
(O 1 i -? ri n/4
JL XCI. I/O C*-l l\a
I
Time to Buy when Stocks are C<
L HARTLEY & SOI
> -6*
| - FAIRVIEW.
> ^
i
At the morning service of the M. E. 1
hurch South, next Sabbath, the pas- '
ar, Rev. D. H. Reid, will preach upon t
ae theme "The Character of Our t
mailing." The Sabbath school will 1
teet at 2:30 P. M. for the winter. 1
fow let everybody go and take... part ?
1 the services. Usual service at 7:30 1
AT. All will be welcome. I
O. E. Morris, teller of the Farmers 1
nil Merchants' Bank, was a Fair- 1
lout visitor Sunday. 1
Ralph Machesney and Miss Stella <
'ost were Fairmont visitors Tues- 2
ay. 1
Miss Hazel Billingslea is visiting t
Irs. Geo. Kistler, at Littleton. 1
Frank .T. Yost was in the city a few <
ays the first, ol the week on his re- c
irn from Mt. Clemens, where he had t
ten for two months, and is very '
mcii benefited by bis trip, lie went >
) Blachsville Tuesday. c
Mr. and Mrs. Ed "Schaffner return- ?
:l from Butler, Fa., Monday, where '
ley were to attend the funeral of am
Schaffner's baby. 5
John Sutton is home from a busi- ess
trip to Baltimore.
Mrs. L. B. Smith, of Wallace, who S
as been here visiting her mother, t
'rs. Nanny Amnions, will return (arne
Saturday. a
Mrs. Fred L. Dragoo is visiting her ~
irents at Berlin, Lewis county. ?
Miss Jett Short, of Fairmont, is e
ire visiting relatives.
J. Ross Timms, Jr., made a business
ip to Fairmont Wednesday.
David Ridgely, of Fairmont, was in C
10 city Wednesday.
A. D. Yost was a visitor at Warren,
bio, last weeit.
Miss Blanche Mulvehill, of Farm- 1
gton, and Miss Ford, of Fairmont, s
ere here Tuesday. They were so- s
liting for the Catholic Church at iirmont.
?
t
COL. BRECKINRIDGE J
. s
i STILL UNCONSCIOUS BUT "
THERE IS SOME HOPE OF
HIS RECOVERY. ^
a
(By Publishers' Press.) ti
LEXINGTON, Ivy., Nov. IS.?This c
orning the announcement was made o
r the physicians attending Colonel u
C. P. Breckinridge that no mate- a
al change had been noticed in the si
indition of their patient, and that he h
as still in a state of coma, although
eeping quietly.
He has shown some little signs of
msciousness in his obedience to the r:
jctor's orders, although he is una- o
e to use his powers of speech. If L
eep can be continued there are good S
asons to believe he will recover. L
... . ... It]
worse mis Arcernocn.
LEXINGTON, Ky? Nov. IS.?The ^
indition of former Congressman ^
reek in ridge has taken a turn for the
orse and the doctors in attendance
e now fearful that he will not sur- ^
ve the day.
AM Music sung in "The Beauty Docr"
on sale only at Marion Piano
j. x
Why not let the. Marion Claim o
;ency collect that claim for you? x u
>o VOU CARE TO a
How to cut your COAT
How to protect the HI
How to mal;e your HO
How to cheaply secure
WATER for dome:
How to FREE the hou
.. ASHES and SOOT
E WILL CHEERFULLY TELL YOU IF INTEREi
v<K Don't you think it would t
ij" f ;/to lob ins tell you all about'
. , -features of-econotny in mot
, Fairmont Pius
N omen.
?Jtotion Counter
zrybody.
?First- Floor.
-jer arid Fabric.
First Floor.
?Second Floor.
Stioes.
Third Floor.
imp'ete.
'
.T FAIRMONT,
W. VA.
_
THE CHRISTMAS DELINEATOR.
The December Delineator, with, its
message of good cheer and helpfulness,
will be welcomed in every home
Die fashion -pages are unusually attractive,
illustrating and describing
the very latest modes in a way to
nalte their construction during the
>usy festive season a pleasure in=f.ead
of a task, and the literary and
nictorial features are of rare excelence.
A selection of Dove Songs from.
.ondon publishers, lumber areas in
his island, on which the Harms-orths
purpose establishing large
ulp mills. The price paid -was $500,- Iff
00. The Harms-worths will spend \y
2,000,000 next year in erecting pulp
FRftNK P. flTflERTON,
TEACHER OF PIANO. PIPE ORGAN.
VIOLIN, BAND AND ORCHESTRAL
INSTRUMENTS.
"ninin second Floor, Cunningham
11 UUIU Building-, Room 7.
<NOW
LBILLINSALF
SALTH of your FAMILY
ME COZY - . - ZrWM
5 an ABUTSTDAITT supply of HOTstic
use
se PROM" +he destructiveae'ss of "JU
l ; V',g
m m&
>e worth ten minutes of your tune
iamonds, pearls and other precious' ems
such as those on board had
ever before seen on. a trans atlantic
assenser.
According to one of the passengers
Irs. Palmer wore a tiara that had
t least t ,000 diamonds, several of
hem as large as lima beans. Her v; i
orsnge is said to have been, a "mine
f diamonds, one sunburst being as
u-ge as a baseball; a stomacher of
iamonds decorated her waist and.
everal strings of pearls were around
er neck.
Harmsworth Will Make Paper.
ST. JOHNS, N. F., Nov. "18?Hen- ."
y Jr. Whitney, of Boston, president
f the New Foundland Timber Es- ;
ites Company, to-day transferred to
ir Alfred Harmsworth &. Bros., the '
lie Wagner operas, rendered into
Snglish by Richard de Gallienne and
beautifully illustrated in colors by J.
J. Leyendecker, occupies, a promi- ;
rent place, and a chapter in the Com- /v;
losers" Series, relating the Romance
>f Wagner and "Cosima, is an interesing
supplement to the lyrics. A very
:!ever paper entitled "Ti e Court CIr
:les or the Republic.' describes, some
inlque phases oE Washington social
ife is from an unnamed contributor t ;
vho is said to write from the inner
drcles of society. There are sliort
itories from the pens of f. Hopkinson
Smith, Robert Grant, Alice Peake, and
iucli interesting writers as Julia Marrmler,
L.- Frank Baum, and Grace
vlacGownn Cooke hold the attention
if the children. Many Christmas suggestions
are given, in-needlework and
lie Cookery pages are redolent of the
Christmas feast. In adi'.'tiori, there
.re the regular departments of the '
nrigazino. with many special articles. .
in topics relating to woman's Inter- .. i ;<
sts within and without the home.. r
MRS. PALMER'S JEWELS
iaused a Sensation on Board the
Kaiser Wilhe.'m. '
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.?Mrs. Pot- - '
er Palmer, of Chicago, created a sen- . .
alion at a concert on board the
teamer Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse.
.lois Burgstaller, of the Metropolitan
pera, was rendering a vocal selecion
when Mrs. Palmer walked into
he main saloon wearing a mass' of

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