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B_ VOLUME_IIL FAIBMONT, WEST VIHGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVtMBEK lfi. iflOH.
EERAL HEABSf
JEOPARDY IN
NSpiNOPLE
isters Incur |
a . ' 1 * TT j 1_ '
(Sultans wratn
; Unpaid Sallora and Throng of People
Made a Demonstration In Front
of the Palape this Morning. f
"WE WANT OUR MONEY."
. , WAS WHAT THEY HAD TO SAY.
The Sultan Heard Their Grievances
and Then Ordered the Money to f
Be Forthcoming. r
CONSTINOPLE. Nor. 1G.? Unpaid J'
eallorsTot the Turkish navy created a 1
. disturbance In front of the palace to- fi
day which almost resulted In a riot. v
y The seamen succeeded in calling the n
Sultan'B attention to their grievances r
and he at once ordered. that their t
r wages be paid. It Is probable mat ssveral
of the Sultan's ministers will li
lose thejr positions, if not their heads, c
as a consequence of their neglect. The u
officers and seamen of the navy, ac
' companled by u great throng of peo-ih
pie assembled In front of the palace 11
and cried out: "We want our money." c
The Sultaln when he learned the 1
cause of the trouble (lew Into a rage. (
He threatened his ministers, and then '
ordered the Instant payment of the 11
sailors. 1
vileIrime :
DYING WOMAN ACCUSES HER .
HUSBAND OF POISONING HER
WHILE ASLEEP.
?
?V - CHICAGO. Nov. It!.? Mrs. Agatha
sj* Thiess Is dead, and on her deathbed, h
| . she accused her husband, .lull"", of
fj?.' pouring muriatic acid dow ! " i
while she was asleep. Th', now
formally charged with m? t,
R/f According to tlio woman's ?: ry. she c
awakened In the bedroom "f tier home
with a terrible burn'ng 'n h r throat.'
She saw her husband sltonbiv out of U
the. doorway, a bottle, ia liN hand. fp
Screaming with th>' Inr'o-e of the r
J flery fluid which had been poured into a
5'":' her mouth, the woman soh?d the flee- e
Ing man. Her cries mused her p
daughter, Mrs. llnirv Penman. who s
ran Into tho cbnmb'r rod helped her i c
mother hold Iter fptlto". but he re-1 p
doubled his struggles and succeeded if
In breaking away. t.
An examination or ho bottle which | y
had dropniyi to th<> door showed that y
S;) It had held muriatic acid. s
DOWN AND OUT |
WAS THE WAV HAWKINS GOT IT:
WHEN HE RAISED THE IRE
OF DRUMMOND.
m ~~ Ifv
Luke Hawkins anil Bill Drumttond .
S lmil u bloody Unlit In front of the Manley
Hotel early this afternoon. Both
KM men had been drlnklng a good deal,
sj Hawkins seemed troublesome and was
looking for a scran. Drummond stood
. for It for some time and then cut c
loose. He landed en Hawkins above b
the eye. Hawkins went down. He s
could not rise for a while. When Haw- I
kins could walk Policemen Gould look I
him to the city Jail. Drummond was c
not arrested. I
Tlmr" was considerable excitement S
:f]/;. when Hawkins could not. get up and 1
' It was thought that he would have to
fe',. lie token to the hospital. The City 1
Hospital ambulance nrrived at the <
gUPt scene, hut. the city physician said that ?
It was not necessary for him to go to I
EK'f i'the hospital. What medical assist||f
ance Is needed in his case will he giv- t
Ej;, on him at. the city jail. J
\( Joltiffe's Supremacy Sale to-morrow. |
A; ' Will you be there?
I -Candidates for Receiver.
PARKERSBURG, Nov. 16? Judge 6
Dayton may soon liave the appoint- 5
1 oient ot a referee In bankruptcy to t
niulce in his district. The^Jerm of s
Referee Geo. W. Johnson will expire t
1n a short time. Judite "Tom" Brown, r
of wtrt county, is the most formidable
candidate. Hon. J. IV. Vandervort
Is also an applicant. 1
Special prices on Ladies' Coats and
Furs at the Famous for Saturday. \
tfalmer Cox, King of Brownie
Gives snind advice tr his llir
"Don't sllelit the town In ?h
Is the first advice 1 wish to v
"Take your place among the
And buy from those who advo
PRESIDEN1
THE
HO 10 BE
CERTAIN OF IT
AIRMONT ATTORNEY A3KEO
FOR THE GREAT SEAL OF
MARION COUNTY ON HIS
MARRIAGE LICENSE.
Deputy County Clerk George E.
ioldren Issued an extraordinary ntariage
license yesterday afternoon,
fothing quite like It hud ever been
isued from the county clerk's office,
'he ntan to whom the license wns
ranted Is an attorney of this city. He
.as determined that there should be
o flaws In the legal part of his mortage
and to this eud he was "careful
hat there should ho nothing warning
a the documentary evidence pertnlnag
to the happy event. When the
lerk had lilled up the blank In the
suul way he expected the applicant
u take the paper In the same manner,
til he was mistaken in his ntan. The
ppllcanl would not receive the IIense
until the great seal of the cottny
was stamped upon the permit,
'lerk Holdren thought that the plat.w
?.f Mm annl n n flit* <1/it'll mi m I WilM
innecessary. but the applicant aitj)orted
the proposition that. It was abolulely
essential and the applicant
ue vailed.
26 Applicants
.RE TAKING THE UNIFORM EXAMINATION
AT THE NORMAL
TODAY.
Superintendent ('inter L, Fault Is
oMii.'ij t|-e s:;i;e uniform examination
.. the Normal. There are some
l .'ols that are not open on account
f the lack of teachers. There are
wenty-slx men and women In the
lass.
Their names are given below:
.Mania Bailey. Catawba; Ada 51. Vtnl ntlne,
Watson; Homer N. Campbell,
let*; Ella Cook, Shinnsfon: John W.
rotiser. Mannington: Kidwell Curry;
ny Ermine Ellason, Douglas E. Gainr.
Fairmont: Ada Inez Harden. Catwlm:
Flora Ice, Farmlngton; Flosle
M. Mason, R. F. t). No. 7. Grafton:
Unities Warren Meredith, Fairmont:
Iny. Michael, Watson; Artha Morgan,
'alrtnont: Mrs. Olive Mottcr. Graf-|
in: Nora 13. Nixon. Watson; Maggie!
). Hicliardson. Fairmont: Stanley!
toblnson, Mannlngton; John A. Rus-I
ell. Boothsvllle; J. T. Russell, Fair
iiont: Ada 51. Sanders, Hammond:*
liriun Smith, Boothsvllle; 5Iaude E.I
nodgrnss. Rlvesvllle: Bonnie Floy
larger. Shlimston: Georgia Straight,
'alrmom; Dnlsle Frances White, St.]
loud. .
Music School
VILL BE OPENED IN THIS CITY
UNDER DIRECTION OF PROF.
THOS. J. SHAW.
Prof. Thomas .1. Shaw will open a
onservatory of music i? the Jacobs
ulldliifi. Prof. Shaw has secured the
ervlces of two teachers to assist him
n Ids work. Miss Klsle Fisher, of
Vheeling. will Rive lessons in voice
ulturc and Miss Ilazel IHock will
po Instructor on the piano. Prof.
Shaw will teach students on the vioin.
Tito conservatory to lie opened will
lave all the advantages of the large
lonservntories of the eastern cities
aid the methods of Instruction are
he most effective of modern times.
Professor Shaw is well known to
he people of Fairmont and the news
if his opening a music school will lie
earned with delight. The teachers
re has employed to assist him arc arIsts
In their professions.
Death at Kingmont.
Lee P. Mason, of near Kingmont,
lied last Hlght at his home. He was
S years of age and his dealh was duo'
o a complication of diseases. Funeral |
ervlces were held this afternoon at |
hrcc o'clock and the remains luld to
est in the Work Cemetery.
Special prices on Ladies' Coats and
rurs at The Famous for Saturday.
Jolllffe's Supremacy Sale to-morrow.
VIII you be there?
I
1 1.(111(1,
Ifty
Ich von live,
live"
wise 1
rtise." .
' V:- /Hv* ' - >V ,
' ROOSEVE
. BIG DITC
i
The Greatest
vJCl VIVC 1 CI
?
WAS THE ONE HELD LAST NIGHT
AT THE CENTRAL CHRISTIAN
CHURCH. 1
Evangelist Shearer's sermon on
"Did Christ Rise From the Bead?"
was most logically handled and the
Scriptural evidences were most conclusive
to all reasonable minds. The
speaker took Duke S4:(i for his text:
"He is not here, but risen." Ho said
in pari: This part of Luke's gospel
has the message of all importance to
the world: this proposition of Luke
is either true or false. If false what
then? If trje, what then? If Christ
rose from the dead he is divine; he
Is the Son of God: every man anil
woman is obligated to accept Him as
Savior. One should know something
of the history, life and character of
Abraham, of Moses, David and the
Prophets, but that Is of small Importance
compared to knowing Jesus
Christ, whom to know is life entcrnal,
upon which our eternal salvation de-1
pends. The three greatest days In'
ihe world's history were when the
Virgin brought forth her flrsl horn,
when he hanged upon the cross tn
tragic death, and when he arose from
Ihe dead, the resurrection and the
life. Paul in the fifteenth chapter of
First Corinthians says:
fie rti,?u,?. <? to
preaching vain, then are we founrl
fulse witnesses of Clod and ye are yet
In your sins, and nil they thai are
asleep are perished." |
Then Is it. a fact that all the coming
generations will go down Into the
dark valley of death, hopeless. 'If
that Is true, we hnd just as well throw i
away this Bible: If there Is no hope '
you rob me of Christ, and of all, for
then there is nothing worth living for,
If Christ Is not risen.
There Is n class of men cnlleil infidels
oh unbelievers, who deny the resurrection
of Christ and yet have nothing
to offer to the world. May 1 ask
what, has unbelief done for the world?
How many drunkards lifted out of
the gutter? How many-fallen-women
has it saved? How much joy or happiness
has it brought to the world?
When I see a man going among the
cannibals of darkest Africa to save
the lost and teach them Christ Is Savior.
When I see a woman kneel in
prayer beside the fallen girl: when I
see loved ones going into the region
and shadow of death: when my heart
aches and 1 reach for the hand that
has vanished: when I hear Jesus say.
"I am Ihe resurrection and the life,"
I lltnnk Cod that. I am not an Inlhlcl.
When .Infidelity can not show one
square mile that It. lias made pure
and clean or one life brighter It should
forever hang Its head in shame. Believers
and disbelievers agree that Jesus
lived, was tried In Jerusalem, was
crucified on the cross of Calvary, Hint
he was buried in the tomb of Joseph
of Arlmnthea, but where do they disagree?
In that he rose from the dead.
Among the many witnesses of Christ's
resurrection were the sixty Roman
soldiers who guarded ills tomb trailer
the penalty of death for non-performance
of duly. The seal must not be
broken. When they came with the
message that Jesus had risen "and
showed Into the chief priests all the
things that were done, and were as
scmbled with the elders'and had talcen
counsel, they gave large money
unto the soldiers, saying, Say ye. His
disciples came by night, and stole him
away while we slept."
Would you accept the testimony of
sleeping men? Would any court receive
such testimony? Listen, sixty
sleeping soldiers! One soldiers sloops
under penalty of death would hr* a
miracle. Sixty would Intensify to sixty
miracles: then unbelief must believ
sixty miracles to cause an unbelief
in the resurrection.
The chorus will begin the service
tonight under the direction of Mr.
Haley at 7:.'to. His gospel solos linve'i
been of a bltrh class.. To-night he will
sing "By His Scars 1 Shall Know
Him." There will he no service on 1
Saturday evening.
Evangelist Shearer wIM nreaeh Sunday
morning, taking for his subject,
"Our Reasonable Service:" In the even
in g. "The Church That Jesus 1111111."
A chart will-be used and one presented
to each one present to keep for
reference.
LIEUT. PEARY
IS SAFE
ARCTIC STEAMEIJ ROOSEVELT
REACHED CHAUTEAU BAY,
LABRADOR. LAST
EVENING.
HALIFAX, N. S.. Nov. in.?A dlspntoli
from Chouteau Bay, Labrador.!
announces iho arrival thoro at sixo'clock
last evening of the Arctic
sleamer Roosevelt, witli Commander.
Peary aboard, which had been delayed
by heavy weather further up the
coast. The steamer Is Ice-bound at
Chiuitenu Bn.v, and is expected to sail
to-day for Sydney.
Special pricei on Ladles' Coats and
Furs at the Famous for Saturday.
Jolltffe'e Supremacy Sale to-morrow.
Will you be there?
LI IS TAKI
H AND THE
WILL LEARN ALL
HE CAN ABOUT
6IGUNDTERAKING
I
PANAMA, Npv. 1JJ. ? PresiJent '
Roosevlt Is to-day making an inspec- I
lion of the work at Panama. He rem- '
ed yesterday and look n day off from '
active examination of the work owing '
to a heavy rain which made It '
next to Impossible to go bver]'
the ground. He set out at seven j
o'clock this morning on his tour of in-1s
spectlon. The early hours of the '
President's visit Hvore devoted largely '
to exchange of courtesies with Puna-j1
ma officials. These were completed 1
with a hall given by President Ama-j'
dor. In honor of the American Presl- I
dent at the Cotnmerelal cluh. He has 1
fretted at the delay necessitated by;'
several engagements, but has lost not
opportunity to acquire Informal Ion j <
and Inquiries of every one lor the mi-1
nutest details of the management. Alr.it
Roosevell Intends to know practically]
as much about the canal as do the :
engineers.' . I'
The President was welcomed with t
unbounded enthusiasm by I he people ('
of Panama and there Is no question '
that they are his firm and sincere ad- '
mircrs. lie has conquered them and 1
he holds a high place In their esteem.,'
While passing over the line the Presl- '
dental train was cheered by the crews '
of trains removing dirt from the cut. '
and in Panama hay the American and 1
of.inmel.lno tfflileHrwl ntl.1 plinnfiul 1
him n welcome. ? I
Mysteriously Shot
WAS THE YOUNG MAN WHO BETRAYED
A GIRL?RECEIVED
BULLET FROM AMBUSH.
RBTTCW;' Profl 1
O'Neill was Phot Sundny nlirht near
his home in the Bryvon neighborhood
and while lie is not. yet dead, it is
thought, he cannot recover. O'Neill
was coming home and when passing I
u bridge he was fired upon from am- *
bush, the bullet entering his left side. ?
passing through his bodv directly he- I
low his heart. When found he' was ^
still conscious an.t told Ills auditors i
the manner in which he was shot and ^
doesn't implicate anybody as lie 1
knows nobody that wanted to kill (
liini. He is about twenty years of i
ago and will he remembered as the
young man who had some trouble 1
some time ftgo with Nannie Coombs, i
I1 is alleged that he left Itnlelgh conn- ,\
ty with the girl and brought her down it
on the Kanawha with him. under their
promise of marriage. The couple nf- ' c
terward returned to Alt. Mope and if
there O'Neill deserted the woman.!
leaving her In charge of a family \
there. The girl brooded over lu?r :
shame and committed suicide by tak- ]
ing carbolic acid. i
She Followed
I*
Utiokn m/4 '
ucx xjLuauctiiu <
and found him in company
with another woman ?
a tragedy followed.
CHARLESTON, Nov.10.?Finding h'?r '
htikhnnd in a house with Miss Lucy j
Rrown, Mrs. John Brooks, crazed with)
jealousy, em pried a revolver af the j
| couple. Three bullets struck Miss
j Brown in the breast, hand and arm i
'and she Is fatally injured.
.Mrs. Brooks bad suspected her bus-j
! band of luting unfaithful and last. |
night she followed him. She gave her- i
self up to the police and when she 5
! was placed in jail It became known (
she is in a delicate condition.
| .
Shawkey Resigns ,
? <
as chief clerk to state 1
school superintendent 1
because of county
1 . ejection.
CHARLESTON*. Nov. 1(1. ? Chief :
Clerk II. I', shawkey, of the State <
superintendent of school's office, who I
was elected county superintendent of
schools of Kanawha at the recent
election, hiis, resigned his position at
the Stale |roime to take elferl January
1st. Ills Successor will Ire Prof. L. L. |
menu., iornippy principal 01 ine university
preparatory school at Keyser.
Mr. Shawkcy has 1ieid his position
under the three Republican administrations
anil has been a valuable man.
He was Just/'elected county school suporintondenr.
Mr. Friend is now here
and will Asulst in Krndiim the examination
nnpers, of the last uniform examination.
(' ;
"1
TflE WEATHER. j
Rain To-Morrow. ]
1 WASHINGTON, n. c.i Nov. 10. I
J ?Forccml for/Wci.t Vlr{!n||? | ,
i Partly cfcmly to-night; Siititrihiy I
' rain nniilvnnmer.
, ' | , 1
NG A LOOK
: WORK!
Hall's Mum Show
Will Be Fine
TWENTY-FIVE VARIETIES WILL
BE SHOWN AND SOLD AT REDUCED
PRICES TOMORROW.
A "Chrysanthemum show" will
mark the opening of Edgar M. Hall's
new flower show to-morrow, which
iromlscs to he one of the finest dower
ihows ever held In this city. Mr. Hall
is to-day moving his store from the
jnsement room of the Hall btillillntg
:o a first floor room just vacated by
v. C. Klnkead's news stand. This is
t o third: nnnnnl "Chrysanthemum
thotv" which this store lias held nnd
tach year they hove crown bigger and
totter. This year there will ho on
llsjtlny lietwoen ?S0 and -loo choice
mints, which Include about 25 vnrleles.
The flowers' come from Plttsturc
and Cumberland, which places
ire noted for the cultivation of flowers,
n addition to the points a Inrce ntinn- Ity
of roses anil carnations will he on
llsnlay. Special cut nrices on Cltrysintlicmutns
will he offered for to-inor ow.
lit addition to Ihe finwer business i
dr. Hall has added a dcpnrtmenl to
lis store which will lie appreciated bv :
nany neople. Ho lias arranced to enr y
n line of Price ilroiliers lionbnus
tlid confections. Price Bros, are Ihe ,
ehdlhg confectioners In Pittsburg and , j
heir coods are known to. ninny Fair-1,
nont people. The (roods will he of a I
tlcli cpinllty and nre greatly In demand
or receptions and parlies. They can j
to furnished in any stvle on short invitee.
A full line of party accessories
vill lie carried 111 stock. ' The flirt's-',
inthnmum show will he held all day '
o-morrow nam will ue wen worm set-i,
npr.
HIT BYIOOBULLETS;
MEGRO WHO-WLLEO-FIVE FTONT^"
ED DOWN IN NORTH CARO- (
LINA SWAMP.
ASHEVIU.E. X. C.. Nov. 1fi?.lolm
Jnrris. the negro wanted here for live'
tinvders, and hunted unceasingly (or ]
wo days, was hIioI to dealli by a!
insse. which came upon him la George
,V. Vanderbllt's Blllmore property. He!
vas pursued miles into a swamp,
vhere lie rtinde a ilcsperatQ-JIght. As1
le fled lie turned at Intervals and Orel.
in his pursuers. Hundreds of sboisi
vere exchanged. I
Prominent in the posse was John A.
loehllng, the millionaire bridge bullilw.
who carried a <1.100 Mauser rllle.'
irlng .'It! shots. He had been up dayj
ind night and scoured the country for
nlles around. He wore a tight over-j'
oat In which he carried a revolver
ind a black slouch hat.
The body was bruin- : hdn Ash-',
lib' and placed on o.xhlldliui. There
ire 101 or more'bullets in it. It iru ilres
Hint Harris was nil alias. I'
nans' name lining James Harvey ot
"orest City. Vn. ,
Harris held the (own at bay Tileslay
id,'rid. shooting at everybody h?
U.. 1'lll.ld luiA nn/l
lm?p negroes and Injured a score of
>t liars.
BICDISCOVEfiY
SEVEN MILLION TONS OF MINERAL
IN SIGHT IN WEST VIRGINIA
FIELD.
WHEELING, Nov. 10.?A wonderful
1 [senvery of lunngiinese in almost 1111lipiited
quantities lias boon made In
tVest Virginia at a point not yet mado
[>nl>lic. and tlio claim la made that experiments
and tests already made
show the presence of millions of ions t
if the mineral.
To-day eastern capitalists will arrive
here to confer with Dr. It. .1.
Horsey, of this city, the discoverer of
the beds of manganese, nnd a com[tan.v
will then be formed and n $750.100
plant put In. The company will
tave an authorized capital of $1,500,[too.
Manganese soils for $200 or
more per Ion. and the promoters of
the company claim to ltnvo 7,000,000
on? In sight. The National Tube and
other steel maWIng companies are
greatly interested In the discovery,
ind Its Importance to the steel Industry
cannot In; exaggerated.
New Position
HAS BEEN ACCEPTED BY HARVEY
STAGGERS?RESIGNS AS TRACTION
CO STENOGRAPHER.
Hnrvcv H. Staggers, stenographer
'or the Fairmont ntnl Clarksburg Traq.
ion Company, has resigned his poslIon
with Hint company and has noropted
(ho position as chief clerk far
lie Hlte and Rafael I o company. The I
Rite-Rafaetto company lias Its offices i
11 the People's Bank building. Mr. '
Staggers Is a very edlcleut stenograph- I
r and will be a first class man for the i
lew position thai he lias accepted. 1
Hire & Rafactto are coal commission- <
rs. . , <| i
j
Jolliffe's Supremacy Sale to-morrow, i
Will you be there! ' i
I
Special prices on Ladies' Coats amt i
-urs at the Famoua for Saturday.
;at
n to-day
FAIRMONT MEN
?
An nn iiimirn
uu ur nibntn
E. M. SHOWALTER AND F. E. NICHOLS
ADVANCED ANOTHER S
8TEP BY MA80N8,
ln'NTIN'dTON, W. Vs., Nor. 16.? ,
More than 400 visiting Masons are in
this city attending the sessions of the
Grand Lodge which closed with the
election of officers last night. While the
meetings have been of unusual interest
throughout they have been without
Incident except with reference to .
the establishment of a Slato temple,
which question was In for discussion
for more than three hours yesterday
afternoon. The sentiment of the rep- jv
resentatives seemed to he about even- '
ly divided, some favoring and some op- .
posing the measure. Committees will
lie apolntotl to tnaltc investigations |
and report concerning the feasibilityj,,
of the plan at. the meeting nejt year. I
Two hundred and fifty Shvitters ar
rived here this afternoon to lake pnrt,c
In the great ceremonies planned by,
Benlkedem Temple for to-morrow. Aj
special train will bring 300 more from (w
Charleston, and the Kanawha valley .
to-day.
t Grand Lodge Elects.
The Grand l.ndge of West Virginia! si
n/l imivtiml ho onoolhn of ItlC# ?
night. anrl the following officers were, 7
elected: e
Gnind Master ? Tom C. Strlckler. 8i
Ripley. bi
Deputy Clranil Master ? James A. w
Brvan, Pnrkerslmrg. t<
Senior Ornnd Warden?Emmet M.jq
3howaller. Fairmont. v
Junior Ornnd Warden?Frank W. tl
Plnrlt, New Martinsville. In
Oram! Treasurer?S. N. Myers, Mar- yi
inshurg. nt
Clranil secretary?IT. R. Howard, w
Point Pleasant. A
Bent"'' Oi-and Deacon?H. ft Bag- tr
iiley. Wheeling. It
Ornnd Marshall ?. D. Balnes, Char- t(
lesion. . ft
Grand Pursuivant ? O. K. Reed, ti
Clarksburg. ft
Ornnd Tiler ? W. H. Rose. Wheel- t'
ing. ol
Parkeralaire was the only applicant g
for the mop'1"-! next year. n
Roval Arch Masons. w
The election of new officers of the. w
Royal Arch Masons Orand Chapter. P'
resulted as follows: h
Ornnd Illsh Priest?Joseph C. Be- dt
Sage. n
Orand Kintr?'Tom 0. Strlckler. Sl
Omnd Srrlhp?John W. DeVcblmr. H
Orand Treasurer?S. N. Meyers. R
The nffloers nnpolnteil are: "
Orand Chaplain?R Howard Oil)- '<
honS. "
Grand Captain of the Host?James cl
l.uke. t<
Orand Prlncipn 1. Sojourner?Wyndhnnt
Stokes.
G-nod Royal Arch Captain?llarry!"
O n.-1,.... | O'
"I Master of the Tlilrrl Veil? ?
II. " "-snlpy.
' Master of tlie Second Veil? ^
F. K Nichols. '
Grand Master of Hie First Veil?\V*. ]'
T. Tllttenhousc.
Grand Marshal?W. T. Workman. >'
Grand Tiler?William If. Hose. "
The last ceremony was Ihe presenlei
ion of a beautiful past Grand Hi ah "
Priest Jewel to George M. For.iv re- '*
Urine Grand High Priest, by Hiram
H. Howard. Past Grand High Priest. w
on behalf ot the Tloynl Arch Chapter. jj
Office Highly Pleaseji. Jj
V. P. Taylor, of Moundsville, grand j,
chief, and Charles K. GhskIH. of Mod- c
tana, vice chief, of tlie Knights of the a
(ioldon Eagle of West Virginia, visited ,
Fidelity Castle No. 41, Knights of the
Golden Eagle, at lis castle in Masgrave
hall on Monroe street last night.
The officers wore much pleased to V
find Fidelity Castle in so flourishing
it condition.
Special prices on Ladles' Coals and !'
Furs at the Famous for Saturday.
Jolilffe's Supremacy Sale to-morrow.
Will you be ihere? F
ANOTHER GREAT SI
LISTENED TO
1 rPenitent
Thief I
The Subject jj
t
t
"Vim Piinltnnt Th 1 cf " wnR thr mill.
Ject of nnotii'er Interesting sermon
>y Rev. Mead , at tue Presbyterian n
-liurch last night, which was heard t
vltb mtteli Interest by a largo congretatlon
of people. Dr. Moa'd spoke of
he home life la Connection with tbe I
Ife of the thief, who was glad to accept
Christ when his attention was
ailed to him, yet how orten a child
grew up In a home with little la his
surroundings to bring thoughts of 0
Christ to his mind. He advocated the
amlly altar as a reminder of Christ
and true Christian lives of parents
which would be the strongest instance V
larshall College 8oy? Play Football jf
With High School Boy* and Oet 1
Into Serious Trouble. |
OUGHT TO EVADE
ORDER OF THE FACULTY.
retty Girls on the Ground
See the Gime Was Too Great a-;1
Temptation for the Boys. >]
HUNTINGTON, Not. 16.?Ai the i
i>s.ilt of a difference of opinion be- ?
.... t -m it.,.
weeu lueiiiiiuib wi me i a+jJSWH
indents of that Institution! th?*att2|H
as suspended from roll call Wedoe*to
are not allowed to
?n, Professor Largent of the college ^
>me manner the game must proceed.
nuns: men thus hoping to avoidant ||
iast the appearance of aiy technical 0
in second half one or two of the col-?)*
ae students look positions on :th?k^
Ifth school loam. The game was $8
nrmly contested. but the beat of M- ?
is prvttllod between the opptaljic 31
irces. The score resulted In 6 to 0 |?
i favor of the Hieh school. Tbe'ffi
onns men on the team'from the col-:.-'-;
'ce claim ttiht they dfsbanded. Mtifcis
>llese team before entering: the came !jj
nd thus committed no vlolatlon^of M
Jolliffe'a Suoremacy 8ale to-iporrow.
* .
Misses Allfe Fleming and draco Kel-w $
?y went to Pittsburg to-day to spend ^
- 1 . . 1 ,
Special prlcei on Ladlet' Coats md 8
urs at the Famous for Saturday.,
:punu m?g
J1ITIUM irnv :,f|
BY MANY PEOPLE
rough t to bear on the mind of a child, '"f
frs. C. O. Miller tang "Ye Must Bop
lorn Again" at the service. The regn- S
ir afternoon Bible reading was held Sj
his afternoon and from 4:30 to S *.M
lunsblne Meeting for Children will be
eld. The regular service will be hold a
a-? r m. _! ~ ?4bf

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