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flltllP WUCM IHAT BE CMIHEDII MID BAB OH PO E H BwcHT^i i t - J. Bid Gloves in Greys, W Um^ $2,50 Mens Troui |p v. We find we are ove grade, and in order to i hare taken fifty pairs flortment, they represen great display of patterr eludethose of the avers portnnity for the man o E:.c.j RMONT WEST VIR6INI IED DAILY EXCEPT^ 1 THE FAIRMONT WE8 GINIAN PUBLISHING rest Virginian, dally i entered In the Postofflc W. Va., as second class t M. JACOBS, President. 5ARLETON LOUGH, Ed >AVI3, Business Managei S OF SUBSCRIPTION; ; months !? months ne year tx months EHER PRECEDENT BKUK le President Roosevelt is n home on a precedent-bren1 lecretary of War, Win. H. 1 ormlng a similar feat in the ihington. The occurrence sli scretary Taft has a head of nd that his heart is locatei the right place. The follov t sent out from Wnshlngtoi s Item tells the story in p rong terms: etary Taft, on his own respt instructed the Military St len. Ainsworth, to telegrapl teno directing that the ex f the President's order lo :hree negro companies of y-fifth Regiment, be slot Ir. Roosevelt's return, irder from a Cabinet officer g the operation of a prev med by his chief, the Presh United States, is an event p Ithout precedent. It is'corl at unusual and extraordin itlon . was taken, however, w iry Taft learned that the ac ge had been started, ibfnet officer might Issue i sr with the knowledge nnd ' the President, but no Insti recalled In which without mi's permission any of his :es has ever ventured to it K'. ; fere with an Executive order. >? The occurrence of so remark t -t .-an event Is faken to Indicate that "TWt hhB , existed lealously In treatise of the discharged soldiers. ; is 'determined to uphold them at , ' t cost. There Is probably no other n q ber of the Cabinet, not even Mr. B BcsflParte. who would have ventured place himself so squarely across ^fejV 'Hpw Mr. Roosevelt will view 11 . mains to be seen. He is not font vulval havfng his subordlr ly stands to lose nothing, as Mr. Scotch plaid rubber lin- I ed pars). The dainli- I c MEN eat, neatest, most stylish I s w and practical rubber im- I ^ m aginable, indispensable I fi "J to the women oltodsy. ^ ti 1C K Price 75 cents, a MET a II ???i ??? T( SPECIAL : o d iiitton Length, best- quality ? [odes, Tans, Navy, White and & a e h Price $1.50. " h 1 rers Reduced to $1.98 retocked with trousers in tnis u nake some lively seling^we (tO f\fi oa_ JLL'ULU UUJL lOgtAiXbL ao' t the choic Bt of the season's 0 is and fabrics. The sizes in- I tge man with a splendid op- v f large or Bma'l proportions Jj f - I to-day at $1.98. ' VI d ONES | nent Store. B \ Mnn' der. On hla return, the President, It 1 1 he sees fit, can Instantly direct the f UN- resumption of the discharges. It is t ? *\1oIn hntvoimn tbot I# Via rlnaa if will 1 to many eyes, including those of nlilo Chester Gillette, the man accused of . Mr. the girl's murder. Had he acted the the nan instead of the coward hi the u nml first place and later the brute, Grace Bny Brown would still he living and her B lem- frantic soul would not have bruised ona- Ha frail cage In trying to escape tlie 11( I to consequences of a sin which Gillette the tried to hide by the girl's murder, if ft the charge against him is true, and . re- we have no doubt it ts. There are t, as few more pitiable objects than a ruinates eil girl deserted In her hour of need _ real- by the man who accomplished , her raft ruin. Tear* over her letters serve no " be Impossible to conceal the fact that a he has taken his course against the s = I wishes and advice of one of the most e and Important and Influential members of I e nt his Cabinet. It Is understood now that h nail Mr. Taft Intends to urge the entire I concellation of the order and the re- r = storatlon of the men to duty. itor The fact that Secretary Taft had . ' the opportunity to hold up the ells- u charge of the men of the Twenty-fifth has caused considerable comment ^ here. The order of the President was s Issued on November 9, ten days ago, 11 2 oo but there has not seemed to be any 11 j Op special haste at Fort Reno In executj oo Ing It On ordinary occasions It re50 quires only a day or two to settle the clothing account of an enlisted man and go through the formality of dls' charge. If the usual celerity had acway companied the execution of this order, all the men named In the order of the President would have heen disc"y charged some days ago, and there ows would have heen no chance for the l' HIS Cnnrnln,,r tn Hn fllivlhlnt* fni* tllpm. ' m Why the procedure has been so delibring pmte at Fort Rena no one her is pre1 33 pared or willing to say. ilaln I' There is considerable reason to bem9l_ lieve, however, that this unprccedem- f( ,cre. ed slowness was for the purpose of glvj l0 ing Mr. Taft a ehance to get here an-1 J( ccu_ take action. The Secretary got back on Saturday, and his promise (o inter- p lim vene was given that day. He began )peil1 carrying It out that day, and sent, his h telegram to the President yesterday. s))s. There seems to have been an taipres- j l()(11 slon in the army that Mr. Taft would lent have to bc rcclfone<1 w'th- b |rol). The War Department has liePn doIniu t*lth protests against Hie three ti lary. corn patllea. It is reported here that ,hcn a further investigation will be made. ^ dual an^ thnt certain officers may lie called on for an explanation In connec- (. inch "on w"b ",p movement of these men con at the time the Brownsville Incident occurred, nice the J! jjjji). The reading of Grace Brown's let,tor tens In court jreBterday hronght tears . ?htite8 <Uia Cohserva^lves. ' Tto tier will vote the Republican ticket i 1888 as they did In 1896. and 1900,; Bryan or Hearst t? named as the emocratic standard bearer In the est campaign. The Parkershurg enthral emphasizes the feeling of the ryan following toward Hearst In the gnificant language given below: .Mr. Hearst seems disposed at oneill and Irreverent swoop to comploteellmlnate Bryan from future con-' naencv. It Is done with n ware of id hand qpd a characteristic didactic volution of Hearst philosophy. At t. Louis, last Thursday, on his way > Mexico, seeking relaxation from he- burdensome turmoils of his late ilsadventure, Mr. Hearst said to a -porter: "I do not admit that Mr. Bryan figreB even as a possibility two years enoe." Meaning, of course, that the Nebrasa statesman .would be barred from ven a look in when the next presleutlul campaign ripens, Without any eclaratlon as to which particular per;>nage was largest within his vision )r that Important undertaking, naturI modesty of thought and timidity of xpreaslon forbidding a disclosure of Is candidate's Identity, the world eed not guess who he really opined ma not only the possbillty but to Im Ihe certainty. And why not? Hnvig disposed of .Mr. Bryan in one briel sentence, who, In Hearst's opin<n, (jould he left but Hearst? None t all. Therefore it Is settled. No oulit, however, Mr. Hearst will conent that Mr. Bryan may continue on lie lecture platform. A COMPLIMENT OVERLOOKED. The Morgantown Chronicle is one f the West Virginian's most highly pproclatcd exchangee, because Its dltor Its one of the most capable and orthy men in the State. It Is a rare lilng that one of Mr. Maxwell's edijrlals escapes us, hut on reading the I'estoi) Independent this morning, we rand reproduced a very complimenury notice from the Chronicle which ;e hnd failed to see and for which we esfre to thank Brother Maxwell as ell as Brother Hall, of the Independut. Republican editors all along the ine have reason to rejoice that the eople had confidence enough In what hey said to vote for the principles hey advocated. The editorial In the Ihronlcle above referred to Is as fol:iwb: "Editor Lough, of (he Fairmont Vest Virginian has as much reason o pat himself on the back on account f the election as any newspaper man n the State. He had n hard fight rem top to bottom of the ticket, and tiere was nn truce from the firing of lie first sen until the enemy wavered nd broke at the going down of the un on November G. Marlon county lected a solid Republican list from Inbbtird down. After a good many lard thumps and bumps Brother .ough landed with both feet on top f tho Donioerntlc wreck." Trie Broklyn Eagle has flgttred It p as follows: William H. Hearst says that it cost lira for his campaign for the governorhip J25G.370. Tho following simple dditlon of the figures he gives exlalns the result: O 5 fi 3 7 0 ' "23" The North Pole seems farther away ban usual for this time In the year. COOK HOSPITAL NOTES. Tony Wier, of Gruyt Flats, is a tylioid fever patient recently admitted. Jpliti Jock, of rarmington, 1s here jr treatment for typhoid (ever A. T. Merrlfleld, of Watson. Is n urslcal iiatlent recently admitted. Mrs. Carl Campbell. o( Myersdale. a.. Is here for surgical treatment. Okey Straight lias returned to his ome tn the city. Mrs. n. Tlittss, a surgical untlen', as returned to her home In the city, Mrs. l.to.le Ash, of R:ve,'vll:e. has een dismissed. Freeman Cjrrence. n snvgl-al p> ent, has returned home. Claud Siign, of Mannlngton, has ?en dismissed. Miss Stclln Hutson, a medical paent, lias been dismissed. Among te" Nurses. Miss Mayme Hagar Is nursing at [essmore, Pa. Miss Gertrude McDonald Is at TJn ntowri, Pa., oil a case. Miss Daisy Wilson is nursing a! (lamston. Miss Gusse Miller is in rlinrge if patient at Monongah. Miss Mary Williams Is nursing tit ellngton. Miss Emily Smith is caring for a itient on Second street. Mre. Georgia Hare has r.iturnt'l om nursing a patient at Vfrstqn. Our want column ta alive with bar lira. Property for ule and rent oomo wanted and for rent Halp anted. Poeltiona VHnteA Look It Hon to allow ai continuance. "If a legal motion. had been made he wqpld have granted a postponement. Sixteen decisions were handed Jown In the Supreme Court yesterday, which iuijuw; Castllow vs. Caslllow. from Marshall county: decree reversed. Opinion by Judge Brannon. State vs. Detwller, from Wetzel county; Judgment reversed. Opinion by Judge Brannon. R. Kelrier va. Wi K. Condon, administrator, from Cabell county: affirmed In part: reversed In part. Opinion by President McWhorter. Anderson va. Prince et at. fro-n Tyler" county; reversed and notice ouasheit. Opinion bv Judce Poff^nbareer. Town of Pulton vs. Norteman. from Ohio county; reversed. Oplnioi) by Judge Polferbarger. Hogan, admlnlsiya ) r. vs', Plggott et a!., from Wood county; affirmed. Opinion by Judge Poffpnbargar. Underwood Typewriter Company vs. Plggot, from Wood county: reversed and remanded. Opinion by Judge Poffenbarger. Kinney vs. Carr et al.. from Wood county; affirmed. Opinion by Judge Saunders. Will Thomas vs. James R. Adams et a!., from Harrison county; decree reversed and bill dismissed. Opinion by Judge Saunders. State vs. Barrlck, from Wetzel county; affirmed. Opinion by Judge Brannon. James H. Morrison vs. Fairmont-' Clarksburg Traction Company, from Harrison county; affirmed. Opinion by Judge Saunders. Pocahontas Coke Company vs. Powhatan Coal anJ Coke Company, from McDowell county; reversed and remanded. Opinion by Judge Cox. Chambers vs. Cllne, from Wyoming county; affirmed. Opinion by President McWhorter. Jones vs. Harmer, administrator, from Harrison county; affirmed. Opinion by Judge Cox. Meyer vs. Meyer, from Wood county; reversed and remanded. Opinion by Judge Cox. Meyer vs. Barnel et al? from Wood, county; reversed and remanded. Opinion by Judge Cox. Attorney Charleston N. Kimball, ot $l6tersvllle, was admitted to practice In Hie Supreme Court. "-1UI *? ?b???i?~ l? *!?.-> floca n', rKUUUU mi ItJllCIUIUfe III 111"-: ....... HI | E. M. Talbott vs. the Southern Oil j Company was filed ty Attorney Georgo L. Roberts, of Pittsburg. I Petition for rehearing the case of Riley Sansom vb. W. R. Wolford was filed bv Attorney Wells Goodykoontz, of Williamson. Count adjourned until 10 o'clock this morning. ' ' BIG PARADE Was Much Enjoyed by -Throngs' of People To-day. The Uncle Tom's Cabin parade today was enjoyed ,by the usual crowd along the .streets. Thp weather man &as exceedingly kind In giving such a line day, and the parade was a great succes. A large crowd Is at the matinee this afternoon. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the firm of C. E. Hunter & Co., will pre-j oomn ir\ tho lin.lorKlimPfl trilH'l tee tor settlement and all persons In ! debted to said Arm will without delay, pay the same to said trustee. J. R. SWEARINGEN, Trustee of C. K. Hunter & Co. TMs 21 st day of November; 190G'. Nov. 21-1 mo. Read the Dally lVest Virginian. M EARLE MORGAN ! ATTORNEY-AI-LAW Hail Block, opposite Marietta Hotel. i ? w RAILROAD WATCHE8, ELGIN, W/ COME AND IN8PECT THEM. Matinee Amf^Night STETSON'S Orisrinal Biff Double Spectacular Production of UNCI E TOM'S CABIN, The Barnum of Them AIL unaer me Aiaiiagemeiu ui LEON W. WASHBURN. More Grand Novelties Than Ever. Gorgeous Scenery With Beantifnl Electrical Effects. Two Brass Bands. Two Funny Marks. Two Mischievous Topsies. Genuine Southern Cake Walkers. Buck and Wing Dancers. Male and Female Quartette. JO Ponies, Donk'es And Bloodhounds. Beautiful Chariots and Tableaux. Wagons Drawti by Handsome Shetland Ponies. Grand Vision and Transformation Scenes. Eva and Her Golden Chariot. Watch for the Big Street Parade. It Beats a Circus. ' PKICES?Matinee, 10 and 25c. Night, 75, 50, 35, 25c. Report of sim* Condition of the People's Bank of Fairmont, lopjitpd at Fairmont, in the State of West Vinrinia, at'the cluse or business, Nov. 12,1906. Bank first began business 1891. wvsoohcks. Loans ami discounts $109,180 28 Ovrrdralts secured and unsecured 4,784 52 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 05,000 00 Due from banks 40,404 21 Checks ami other cash items 5,801 52 Lawful money reserve in lunik 12.8 II 50 Expense '.. 2 250 85 Total $03(1,420 38 LumuTIKS. Capital stock paid in $150,000 00 Dividends unpaid 810 00 Undivided profits 8,523 77 Due to hanks 18,585 09 Deposits, viz.: Subject to check. $192,016 18 Time certificates.. 265.815 34 4 "8.431 o2 Total $6311.42(1 38 STATE OP WEST VIKGINU. County of Mahion : I, J. M. Brownfield, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and bel el. J. Jl. Buowkfield, Caahier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17lb day of Nov., 1(100. ' C. Hicham Hall, Notary Public. Geo- M. Jacobs, 1 W. 6. Hayuond. ( Directors C. E Hutchinson, ) It#********-*******.* : MAY LOWE BARKER, ; I STENOGRAPHER, J ? 322 MAIN STREET * * * SECOND FLOOR RCOM B * * * a.************** * n IUANCICH'S ORCHESTRA FURNISHES Music for all Occasions At Reasonable Prices. Violin, cornet and piano or iny other combination of InatruiMnts at dealred. T. IVANCICH, Leader and M|r. Lessons given on all Instruments. FAIRMONT ICE AND FUEL CO., M. M. Foster, Manager. Offlce?304 Main Street. Phones?F. ?nd M.. 398: Bell 333-2. 7m Is too I I too delic Don't bu consultir f Const nothing I to tell 3 glasses ( require. iL^HAM, ILLINOIS, HAMILTON, HAM ' - .'Z :;'Z ' ,r'^i^rifijPB ,AN0 "EVENING. LA8T TOUR BEFORE GOING TO LONDON Of Fred E. Wright's GREAT AMERICAN HOME PLAY YORKS STATE FOLKS With the lame Great Cut that made it Famoue. LAST CHANCE TO SEE IT , Pricei: .25, 60, 75e and $1.00. Boxee, $1.50. Matinee:. 35, 50, and 75.. Children, 25 Centa. Advance eale for both performancea open Saturday morning. a olg want ad m the wear virgin lao telling your whole story will coat lest than the shoe leather you will wear out looking for a hat you want ^ ij, 'J? * * *1 leu ; t * ii W * is 4? + We are the exc J this ci % * HOWARD * * STACY-ADA + t None Better Ms 4mlm j SAM B. f* J Head to Fo 188.8.131.52.4.4.4.^.4.^.4.^. 4., fH jrecious ant :ate to be 1 ly! eye glas icrsm Ptfnert -S,-" ? ?.. altation wi riere; a gradu /ou whethei jt ur wiictu PDEN AND COLUMBUS, 17, 21, 23 and who he? Jint broken the record . 'v; .V, ? ??^.'hvl UNK AKAUt-fcLtU I KIDU I H ^ ^IV^j^larke is always g "An 'absorbing love atory. WmmM ly acted."?Philadelphia PublJ^^H "A strong, effective play, cordially | received."?Philadelphia North Amerl- | ^Intensely Interesting."? Phlladel- | "An artist In all that the word lillee."?Philadelphia? <Rocrd. PRICES, 7S, SO and 25 | Advance Sale Opens Friday Morning. ' . Tickets for the recltsl and musical on sale at' Hartley's, Christie's and 'here's a I difference + I lien's Clothes I re have the "different kind * -the nifty kind-the kind .j. the tailors copy. * W f i st Satisfy Yourself jok us over ^ ry on a few Garments 4. J is a pleasure to show such* Clothing lusive agents in * HATS and : MS SHOES I ide?Try Them J ;i icruiu t 1 IOlITIHII ; I ot Outfitters $ ^ J>+++ + 4'4'44i + + 4'+4' ''via mT I your eyes i trifled with. ? ses withofg? II A/MS+ * Trtl 1 I SB?