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required. Address "F," care of \Ves
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, muter sent a bullet Into his own
brain, and died almost Instantly.
The couple separated about a year
ago. Abotib three months ago Bowmuter,
became 111 of typhoid fever and
his wife Immediately went'tbhlsbeO
aide and nursed him back to health.
: .Then she left, him'and returned to the
; teaort at 33 Craig^Sr&s? *Herhu?
band made several futile attempts to
persuade her to return to _him and her
! constant, refusal'ended In yesterday's
Bowmaater, who waa a,bartender in
L Lawrencevilie, called at the resbrt. in
; "Allegheny early yesterday morning.
He had been drinking and a quarrel
- followed hlB meeting with his wife;
: They were alone on the second floor
; of the house, but other inmates hearu
. them, quarreling. Shortly after. Z
HtflsiaaJaSia ? ^aias han V *Va ?uo.
U C1UCK a 8QUI VtU uooiu tuiu U1G wir
. man rushed from tbe room and down
stairs, followed, by her husband, who
fired two mor^ shots, both of whieb
took effect. Ho then reta-rafd to the
room and ended his "own life.
Bowmaster was shout 36 years olJ
and hlB wife, who was known in A1
legheny as Mrs. Stella Howard, it
' about 32 years old.
Bowmaster and bis wife had not
agreed for several years and on ont
occasion Bowmaster was eomniltteb
' to tbe workhouse by Alderman 3am
* .rJi A. A when hr
uei rtucj uoiuj ui Aiicgucu j nucu < & f
[ was-a police magistrate on the North j
' shla. Bowmaster was charged wlti-'J
> beating his wife, who exhibited a bad!
ly swollen face as evidence of bis
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HE ENCOURAGES CUPID.
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1 New York Restaurateur Has Expended
$5,050 since Asking His Employes
NEW YORK, Sept. 27.?Jean Bap'
tl8te Martin, proprietor ofx the Cafe
Martin, made an offer a year ago 01'
1100 td any- of bis employes who Would
marry, and 150 for each ^of the first '
children' born. This was done In the
belief that sobriety of living and closer
application to business would follow
on the part "of the employes or the
From August 1, 1805, to January 1,
1900, 30 of Martin's employes man-led,
i- thereby Incurring an expense of $3,000
for the proprietor. Yesterday the ani
noun cemept t^pie.pf^Jh^Jbi tUt of three
j daughters to' as many of his employes.
[The expense caused to Martin by the
, [ campaign- of CupKl since January 1,
1900, has been $-',"oU, masing a wui
of |5,050 since the posting of the bulletin
a year ago.
Sales Ladies Wanted.
"We will require the services of n
. dozen extra salesladies during our big
anniversary sale. Apply on Friday
I morning, before 10 o'clock. .
GEO. L. JOLLIFFE & CO.
* Piles positively cured with Dr.
" Shoop's Magic Ointment. It's made
for plies alone, and it does the Work
to perfection. Itching, painful, protruding
or blind plies, disappear ilka
. magic. Sold by E. A. Blllingslea &
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f vjt/v--;^ 1
srs :rsri?r?s,a tz
imount to $1,487,500. Including John
D. Rockefeller* gift of $1,000,000:
^ HapplwfrftUnln Town. |
Wr, H.' D. Harden, chief of the snipping
department of the Fairmont
Brewing Company, is wearing a broad
smile today over the arrival of a fine
baby girl at .his- home this morning.
Mother and child ore doing nicely
and the father,will get to walking na^
nml again In a day or two his, friend?
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF
LUMBER AND BUILDING SUPPLIES
-FOR CA8H" AT KELLEY
BROTHERS, LUMBER DEALERS,
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
From now untH the flrat day or
December we offer our stock, which
must be moved at greatly reduced
prices. Our building supplies consist
of hemlock frame lumber, hemlock
plastering lath,'- red cedar shingles,
poplar. siding ,and dressed boards,
.lootings in yellow pine and oak, ceil
ngs in yellow pine,-interior finish in
rjoplar, yellow pine and oak, sheading
and barn boards, stair material,
icors and windows, porch- material,
-ewer pfpe and the best roofing on
he market "Ruberold" which has
)een In use fifteen years and Is still
Our cut prices^ are especially made
xt this timo for the benefit of the
'araiers as the next two montlls is a
rultabl'e time of the year to: build
tew, and repair and re-roof.
I THE |
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October 9th, 1906
The public is cordiali/> Invited.
All parties entering the dancing
arena must be In full mask.
Prizes will be awarded. Prof*.
Omen's full orchestra.
ADMISSION, GENTS, $1.00""~
OBSERVATION 8EAT3, 25c.
* , - LADIES'FREE.
Entry, 8 o'clock; Grand March,
9 o'clock, Carriages, 12
J, SANDS JACKSON* :
Msr New Gaitoo.
j| Con. 'Phone, 340.
SHREWSBURY B. MILLER,
Fairmont, W. Va. P. O. Box, 526.
Railroads, Surveys, Reports,
| Hydraulics, Concrete Construction
| 20 Years Experience in General
| . Engineering. |
SCENE FROM "A JOLLY AMERU
Recital at the Normal. c
On Friday eventn* In the Normal
Auditorium a public recital will be
given, dy mi?b .aiRymewiire, ujacaer .
of Elocution In the Normal schoo. 6
The recital will begin at 8:30 o'clock h
and will be'free. This is Miss Wain's 11
first appearance before a Fairmont "
audience and the recital will be look- 0
ed forward to with much Interest by t
the friends of the school. The pr6l *
gramme to be presented by Miss Ware B
will be, very wide in scope embracing S
pathetic, dramatic and., humorous ie- a
lections from such ifrlters as RllSy,
Dickens, Whittler. and Henry Van- d
Dyke!' Miss Ware is a graduate of
Emerson College of Oratory, Boston,
and she has taught' in Marshall 'College,
She has . bad several years'-ex- I
perlence as a public reader. The 1
Richmond Dispatch gave the follow- t
lug complimentary notice of her re- t
cltal in that city1: , ""l
If .the entertainment given at the v
y. mi c. a. lost night undfr the sub- t
pices of Dee Camp, Sons of Veterans,
rejoiced the heart of the'treasurer of
flint ni>?anl*aflAn na tnimh na tlin vnrl.
oils'featured of the programme delight- <=
ed the large anil critical audience, o
then It must be designated a phenoui- h
enal success, MissMaynle Ware took c
ber hearers by stotm. > An accomplish- t
ed elocutlbnlst, she.is gifted with de- 0
elded 'dramatic, ability, and she gave
evidence pi marked-versatility in a
number of grave and gay selections.
Bride Known Here. t
WHEELING, Hept 27pretty 8
bome wedding was solemnized at n
eight o'clock last evening at the borne t
of Mr. and Mrs.-Harry Clayton, at 5
Woodiawn, when their daughter, Miss
Winifred, and Mr. Harry Meyers were
^nltedj-in "marriage. Rev. S. Ti, Westhaver,
pastor of the Fourth street M. r
E. Church, performed \tbe ceremony, J
which was witnessed by- the relatives 1
and friends of the young- people. The 11
Interior of the home was beautifully,
decorated for the event by Florist Selbert
The color scheme in green and
white was effectively carried out by t
the use of cut flowers and palms. The I
bride was gowned in white faris mus- 1
lln trimmed In val lace' and carried i
a bouqnet of bride's roseb. Following
the ceremony an Informal reception
was held and an ^Iegant "course of refreshments
was served by Caterer ,
Zlegenfeider. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers ,
left last; evening /qrjd, wedding trlp.'to" j
[eastern cities and will return here,
where fhey will reside.
Miss Clayton formerly resided in <
this city and has many friends here,
who will. learn" of her marriage with interest.
She Is a niece o'f Mrs. Erama
Watson. , :
, A Christmas Bazaar. 1
Tfco Isabella Davis Circle of the M. <
E. Church have begun preparations ?
for a Christmas Bazaar which will be 1
held diirlnp the nrsi wees or ueoBra-r
ber. The exact time and. the,place
[have'not been fully determined upon
bet will be announced In the near fti- S
t;ure. The in embers of this circle i
are all enthusiastic members and they t
have nil determined to make this ba- 1
y.anr the most successful affair they 1
have ever undertaken. At this early I
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"*A N TRAMP " GRAND F^E* HO
nests and a delightful evening was i<
sent* were Indulged. In during the J
*e?te He Munn d^EUt^H I Id re th, J
llarence iad Jess Te.rlck, Bro6&\(
.Ileael and Oaraetljorrlg, all of BJn-l
Mon; Miss Nettie Bartlett, of Fair-M
aont, and Miss Maria WolMrd, of L
M .1 I I
Entertained Social Club. <
Mrs. W. E. Arnett entertained the 4
locIal^Club yesterday atfernoon at her j
ome' on" Pike street^;'There wu s
irge attendance of the members and 'i
delightful afternoon spent at the ub- 4
al ^diversion, needle work. 'Besides 4
he members present, several ladies
re re guests" dfvtH e: cJ d b .~Th ejr^ wefe" ?
Irs. J. W. Peppers, of Parkersburg: *
Irs. Ira Smith, Mrs. Edgar M. Hail i
nd Mrs. Jos. Ridgley ^
Delicious refreshments were served
uring the afternoon
Will Leave for 8chool. 4
Mrs. V. L, Malone and daughter MIsb_ '
llanchg leave Monday night for Wash
ngron, u..u? wnera ue lauer wui ener
lit. Vernon Seminary for the win- 4
er. This Is Miss Malone's second .
ear at this Institution. Mrs. Malone
rill spend the latter -part of the win- 4
er In Washington. 4
Will Have Fine Music. .
Ivanblch's full orchestra has been
engaged by the local G. A. R. to fur- ^
ilsh music for the Camp Fire to be 4
icld on October the fourth in this ^
Ity. Arrangements are beirig ma Jo
o make this Camp Fire a memorable
me. ' .4
> - Kappa
Delta Entertains. *
Kappa Delta Is entertaining this af- 4
prnoon at the tfome of Miss Nell 4
Steele, in honor of its resident alumlae
and a few young ladles who are .
lew students in the university this ^
ear.?Jiurgaawwa runr. a
Mission Circle Meeting. *
The McFarland Mission .Circle will, f
neet this evening at the home of'Mrs. <
f.' Irvln Bailey, on Fifth street. Busl- <
less of Importance will be transacted .
ind a large attendance Is requested.
Meeting of King's Daughters.
There will be a meeting of the Loy-"
d Circle of King's Daughters this ev:nlng
at the home of Mrs. Worth
flemlng on Jefferson street. A large
ittendance Is urged. i
Meets To-ntght. 1
The Elizabeth Hayes Circle will t
neet this evening In fKe "Presbyterian 1
;hurch. All members are requested v
:0% "fie'present^ " ' 1
3IRL. WHILE YAWNING
DISLOCATES JAW BONE.
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ATtANTIC CITY, X. J.t Sept. 2T. ? '
Ules Mabelle Simpson, of New York, 1
while talking to her mother la Greun's *
;otel,< yavvnd and when she tried to
;lose her. mouth discovered she Had
iimuciueu uiu lurtm jaw.?jl pu.iujL.uii vaa
forced to administer chloroform E
lefore he could, reset'the jaw.
.A Perfect Bowel Laxative-for contlpatlon,
sallow complexlori, beadche,
dizziness, sour stomach, coated <
ongue, biliousaOBS. Laxets act t
iromptly,. without pain or griping,
'leasant to take?Lax-As? only 6c.
Sold by E. A. Bllllngslea & Co. s
Sale ia going on, thi
I to buy your goods 1
Give us a look,
quickly prove oui
: A Sped
Open of Evenings
KILLED ON GRIDIRON.
Captain of Lawrenceville Eleven the Victim.
PRINCETON. N. Sept. 37?J. P.
vennerly, the . 19-year-old son. of a
vealthy Troy (Nr Y.) -merchant, was
nstantly killed on the f6otbaIIfleij
it Lawrenbeville yesterday afternoon. '
de was the captain of the Lawrence- '
wfts ,S^e?eA,?dfip- ng
football star. He wap to enter
'rlnceton next tall, and was an officer j
>f his class. . .. ' } j
Signal practice was being hold for j
he first time this, year and on the
Irsl play young Kehnody, wthlle run- \
ting with the ball, tripped and was act ]
ridentally kicked In the hack of the
tead.- Her never regained conscious- !
tcss End tjajFcarried off the field dead, j
Gloom has been cast'over.the entire
ichool and all footballs plans for this ;
ent have been gh ennp by order of i
lio facultr. : ' - . \ :
furnished rooms Tor rent in differ- [
int localities for particulars look over :
iu/-vaiji column. .
County School Books,
it Olnho Book Store, 814 Main street J
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