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I Advertising
! f West'Virglnlan'a t
^ I Want Column ^
fe;' i RafPC 1 Cent a-Word
J IlduUw ^ Each Inser*
' Minimum ChargelOc.
& >'. J TERMS-rCash, unlesa ad4
rertiser has open account/
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I for lent
S 6tiol66'Onic6 Rooms
Geo.*. Jacobs ftdo,
Monroe Street,
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^ Special Inducements and
Special Prices. Apply
GEO. M. JACOBS,
A County Clerk's Office.
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WANTED.
,jsWANTED?At once; position as ltturse
for children. Can Rive reference if
SSS;:. required. Address "F," care of West
Virginian office. tf
WANTED?At, once, a nurse. Apply
Mrs. II. L. Hutchinson, lots Fairmont
-'r - avenue.
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Lost, gold watch. Initials C. W. D.
and receive reward.
FOUND.
FOUND?Check in Favor of Frank
Bell. Call at West Virginian office, tf
FOR RENT.
; : FOR RENT?A few choice office rooms
' in the new People's Bank building.
Apply at the People's Rank.
FOR RENT?Furnished room. All
modern 'conveniences. Rates reasonable.
Apply at S00 Locust avenue. Consolidated
phone, 72-R.
FOR RENT? 2 furnished rooms for
light house keeping, Jin per month.
Apply iios view street.
FOR RENT?Good room, well located,
for office men. Only moral persons
need apply. Address X. West Virginian
office.
ttOOGOttOO
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MANICURE SETS.
Mo!her of pearl. pic
515.00.
Pearl, 7 piece s*-ls. $15.00
Ivory. S pit sol. $7.00.
Kl'ony sols, li pieces. $5.5
| GIVE
Ne\y style Itflimct 1
W FrrttelKlHsveleil pliite trlsis
writxl tinndlc, ovill, Hull)
JP l'l iee. $3Ji0.
V A strong line of oilier it
<tf all sires, bot+i round nn<
yj piate glass, ranging in prie
A $1.00 to $3.56.
jj | GIVE
* Alnni'*jiro set consist mp <1
mm iMie bristle lutii- brush, letri
I e.vrled mirror. comb pit
scissors, corn it in I cuticle
, niiil polisher. niou II Jet I
French jrrev Sterling Silver
K.. jvVontniiiod in hnndsmiv ci
Si covered ense. Dxl'l inches,
b'e its .1 cjift. durable and i
$25.00.
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Buy early in tlii> iluy.
1 9L Hhv I'nrlv in Dcmnbrr.
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gf . Make your *rl?>rtiniis
!; , im- ii quirk srlcrtion tluil i
M^ jnirchnscB will be carefully
'MM tliem liilrr.
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FOR RENT?Three rooms.sultahle
(or light houie keeping, furnished or
unfurnished, 43J Monroe street G-5t
FOR RENT? 3 rooms on Qgden av'eiae.
Gas and water. Apply 304 Qjinrj
street. . h
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(OR RENT?3 unfurnished rdomr, T
eas, water, and light. Hat1;. Applv ?
13(3 Sih street, 'ajcusi avenue. _ t
eOR RENT?FurnlBbed room. All 11
odarn eonvenlences. Rate reasons- 11
ile. Apply at-300 iiocuat avenoe. Con- '
lOlldated phone. 72-R. 11
FOR RENT?One seven-room house. t|
Two four-room eottages, two flats. ATI ii
!!lU(|t;ru cviivcuiciicen. uwu luvnuuns I
H. Shain, People's IBank Biflldlng. * II
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FOR SALE. r,
FOR SALE?Desirable property. 313 *
Columbia street. 'First ward. AddresB a
Mrs. Virginia Dodtl, Cameron, West
Va. 1-lOt
FOR SALE OH RENT ? Five room
bouse, good garden, located near ear |?
Una on' PHte street. Apply to the Pl
West Virginian office or call Consoll- ,,,
dated Rhone No. 164-1. y
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FOR 3ALE? Dark brown mare: ^
weighs about one thousand pounds. v
Will sell cheap. Address box 55, Bentod:s
Ferry. W. 'Vs. 36-ct 'J
COR SALE OR RENT?A comfortable "V
trick house with all modern Improve- hi
nenrs. two acres of land, fine fruit ci
tnd good shades. Apply on premises, yt
123 Pike street. tf ?l
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Roller
Statii Rink =
418 Jackson si :
ca
Is now open for the public. pa
Morning Session 9 to 12.
lb
Admission, 10 and 15c. |,f
Afternoon Session 2 to 5.
Admission, 10 and 15c. lb
Evenlnj Session 7 to 10:30. Wl
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Admission, 10 and 25c. (|l
Private Cloak Room, 5e.
Special arrangements given
to private parties wishing to (ln
in;
rent the rink. See me for dates w)
J. SANDS JACKSON,
Mgr. New Casino. J*
Con. 'Phone, 549. w n
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WE INV
PROBABLY F0I
WHOLLY MADI
FROM THE HAH
spent even t1
^ 7 our visit an
| Presentation"
Brosiies
s. rose
iiii'lii'.s. hair brushes.
A Imwr *i lid more dilirrora.
?
1 oval versified assortment as to
Irwin sire, slyV <u- -I'lality will
V >t;tid to find anywhere.
I AW nave lltoiti in all (ho
<1i iVereiit wool handles.
. geNMiao hr.*t!? Flushes
suitulih- for homo use. oil'.
'' oi* !i?ht and daintv for
rlsnme
linvolinff oases. No mat
M 1111 .
V* I) iff. I it v.'h'it your III sic miiy
wifl? |? ,Vl> believe that mil of
, llcilt
I ^||| our HHSOlllllClll villi cull
viiIiiii- lie pleased. The prices
'""'ft'1- are 25c to $5.00.
A good line of military
brushes is a nice tiling to
look over in selectnig u
Christinas present. We
have them in elmny. mul j
rose wood, from $0.00 tj
$8.00.
Y EARLY.
%
before you are rushed into inakinuy
prove unsatisfactory. Your
kept for you until you eall for
B, & 0, PLANS
(Continued From Pdge One.)
rla Branch of the Baltimore anl
Ihio. as veil as on the Sooth Penn
onle. If the roa.l Is constructed the
laltlmore and Ohio will have a line
hat crosses the Alleghenles at the
jwest possible grade and consideraly
lower than the present line of the
laltlmore and Ohio across the mobntins.
It is said that If a.r?tflroad Is
on8tnicted on this line It would-make
he Baltimore and Ohio, with other
aprovemenis it is making west of
Ittslmrc. a lower-graded line between
iilewatqr and Chicago than any of
le other trunk llii&'eDtcept the Jake
jails. It wonld also.-be an 'taiportnt
factor In shortening the distance
ptween Baltimore anil Pittsburg'by
lioiit 50 miles. ? .
Valuable Charter Rights. < I
Valunble charter rights, righta of
ay for miles of partly completed road- ;
;d anil tunnels partly finished were
cured by the Bal'lmore and Ohio '
lien the old South Penn was bought '
lie incomple>p road is a relic of the
ar between great, railroad systems
Hie East for Hues connecting them
ttli the vast freight-producing terrtiry
of i he West It was started by J
te Vanderbllls. who control the New
ofli Central, and a sum estimated as '
gli us $111,000,000 was spent on Its '
instruction. The work was stopped J
'Bis ago. being one of the conditions
' the sale of the Pennsylvania Rail- '
ail Company of the Lake Snore to '
in New vorh Central. The 'VanJer- 1
Its originally intended bringing the '
ic Into Baltimore by a. traffic agreeeni
and connection with the Westa
Maryland Rn'lroad at Chambersirg
Pa. '
a
Since the ?loal with the PooDsylva- j
a. years airo. the South Penn has ,
in idle, with roadbed practically J
ady for laying: track and tunnels to t
rry the road tinder mountain spurs ^
rtly bored. The Pennsylvania
night the I^ake Shore to retaliate for
e i Vanderbilts attempting to enter
i territory with the South Penn.
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The eastern end of the South Penn j:
le from Bedford to Chambersburg t
ts purchased by the Pennsylvania ]j
lilroad company some years ago
rough a foreclosure sale. t ?
Surveyors are now at work on a prosed
trolley line, beginning at Holiysburg
and to run to Bedford, end?
at Cumberland. The line, if built, tJ
11 connect Cumberland witb Altoona, ^
line already being in operation be- ^
een the latter place-and Holidaysrg.
The route to Cumberland Is by
iy of the Bedford Springs r.pd the r<
mherland Valley. fi
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rITE YOU TO COME AND SEE
iMULATED SCr.TE IDEA OF W
: UP YOUR MIND AS TO WHA
DSOME SHOWING WE HAVE I
IOUGH YOU DO NOT WISH TO
YWAY.
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VUKLE,
This beautiful
with, white satiti.lii
brush, with extra
fllVF I'.'iJ'i'or,.r,oi) polish.
VII T L scissors, comb, toot
Irimmed with Stci
some.sot that must
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SOCIETY
i' 111 ' 1 i
INITIAL PERFORMANCE.
Of Conaervatlve of Mutie of Fall*
mont a? Normal Auditorium.
On December 13th In the Normal
Auditorium, a concert wilt be given
by the Fairmont Conservatory of MubIc
under the auspices of the congregation
of the Baptist church. The Conservatory
of Music is a new institution
In Fairmont and their Brat performance
will be looked forwnrd to with
much interest by the public. Prof.
Thomas J. Shaw, violinist, who needs
uu .introduction to Fairmont people,
will have a prominent part on the
programme, and will be assisted by
Miss Elsie Fischer, of Wheeling, soloist,
Miss Hazel Bock, of Fnrmlngton,
pianist, nnd Miss Pearl Morgan, a
young violinist of unusual promise.
The Fairmont Symphony Orchestra of
2-1 pieces under the direction of Prof,
tihnw will assist In the entertainment.
Planning for the Bazaar. ,
The young lady members of the McFarlnnd
Mission Band will meet totight
1n the old Y. M. C. A. rooms over
Christie's Drug store to make arrangenents
for their Christmas Bazaar
vblch will be held on Thursday. Frilay
and Saturdiy of next week. The
land has worked for weeks to make
his Baznnr a success nnd ask the par onnge
of their friends. On Saturday
light n Chicken Pit Supper will be
,ervcd.
There will he n meeting of the In- i
lies Interested in the formation of <
i Woman's Clttli on Friday afternoon, t
December 7th. In the English room
if the Normal School building, prompts'
at 3 o'clock. All ladles in sympaby
with the movement are Invited to
ic present. F
Miss Keyser Entertained.
Miss Lulu Keyser entertained a
timber of friends last evening at her
lome on Second street. About twen c
S'-flve guests were present, and a do- s
ightful evening was spent at various i
oclal diversions. Dainty refresh- 1
tents were served. (
Mrs. Shaver is Entertaining. t
Mrs. Clement L. Shaver is enter, a
lining at cards this afternoon at her 1
onto on finslon avenue in honor of 11
er guest. Miss Xeal. ' h
a
Mr. and Mrs. W. Rowland have h
iturned front a few days' vist with c
lends at Wallace. t
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OUR CHRISTMA S EXHIBIT. IT
HAT YOU Will. SEE IN THE V.
T YOU EXPECT TO SEE YOU ]V
>LANNED FOP, YOU?YOUR TP
BUY, JUST COI-:E AND BE SOC
i ' l'if wTBiflT*Yi
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BRUSH AND MANICURE SET.
sot is in green watered sill; oiis<\
ling. It embraces genuine ehnn;
(|imlity bristle. handsome beveled
I', nail file, corn and entiele knives
li brush, cnrlin.. iron, shoe liorn. i
ling Silver ia French gray finish
he seen to bo fully appreciated .
rS~i)RUG ST
In and Madlsor
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TEXAS CONGRESSMAN CLASSES
THE RACE WITH HOSTILE
INDIAN8.
WASHINGTON', Dec. 6.?Negroes
are forever excluded fr^m service In
the army of the United States by a
bill which was Introduced in the Honse
yesterday hy Representative Slayden.
of Texas. The bill provides that on
or before tho 30th day of June, 1907,
an enntuea men 01 me army wuu are
negroes or of negro descent shall be
discharged from the service of the
United States, and, thereafter, no negro
or person of negro descent shall
be cnjlsted or appointed in the army
of the United 8tates."
In explaining nis oiii, T.fr. Slaydcn
said: "The bill speakB for Itself, ft
was r,ot introduced for buncombe. Mv
purpose Is to give the Congress of th.i
United States an opportunity to purge
the army of an admittedly dangerous
element. To say that the negroes are '
brave is not an argument against th's
measure. Many men have been brave.
In fact most men are In the mailer of
fighting.
"The comanche and Sioux Indians
wore at brave as men can be. But .
no one would seriously suggest that
no ultimately recruit regiments from
Hum. put guns In their hands, and
stailon liiem near companies of white
troops toward whom they entertain
inherent race-hostility. The Twentyflftl>.
infantry Is manifestly Imbued
wleli the same race hostility, and
'vents have shown It to be Quite as
laagerous as the Sioux or Comanches
vould be."
Wheeling Man
:OUND DEAD ON RAILROAD TRACK
IN INDIANA AND MURDER IS
SUSPECTED. '
HAPORTE, Ind., Dec. C?The de apltatcd
lipdy of James Dearmond,
vhose residence Is supposed to be in
Vheeling, was found lying beside the '
'an Handle railroad track at Star i
,'ity. Believing that the dead man
vas sandbagged and placed op the
nick to bide a murder, the authorities '
re trying to locate his brother Chai- <
es, in West Virginia. The victim .
ind been robbed and the place where
Is body was found was remote from '
ny iK>lnt where there was any llkeli- (
ood of his going. His death was disovered
when a girl walking alone
he tracks stumbled over his head. *
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WILL BE WCETH SEEING.
ARIOUS STORES AND IF YOU
IAY GET SOME VALUABLE SI
ME WILL BE WELL AND P
IIABLE AND WE WILL BE FLF
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12x1"" 'III'IH':! I'illl
i* bilirk hair ^( awl
Frcii'.'li jiIhI u
i, 2 salve jars. filVP
ill clabnriilel.i Ul * L
a reallv Iiaml- MM
$35.00
ORE... :
i Streets
!Fancy Linens, :
i Stamped Linens, a
tlinpn Tahlp^pfc 1
LtflUVU I UmIV i/VW
All make appropriateatMi>acn|
sible Holiday gifts. We'tei
quite a few of these manya
styles and at different prices!
that are to be closed outat||3
sizable reduction from regirfaiy!
prices. Doylies, Stand
Dresser scarfs, Lunch Ciotii|*
Tray Cloths, etc l in plain, em-1
broidered or drawn effeCtjq
Prices now from 10c eacli'lH^B
Linen Table Cloths in atl sizes 3|
with drawn borders at $1.25 IraS
Linen Table Sets, Cloths ami8
Napkins to match, all in
ty boxes fcr gift purposes!
$2.75 to $5.75 set.
See Them To-Morrow all
Special Table.
JOLLIFFE'S-1
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VWWWW I GIVE 1 t
/OU HAVE
HAVE NOT INFANTS' SETS.
LEASANTLY " brush, teething ring. )inctp8w3?$|
ASED WITH box. color, blue ;ind pjnk.'aa?\*|
mentation I-give, |
'I lAntiim A I I JB
renames FIVER'S COMBl/ATIOH. ||
' 'Wp have ii cbmbinutipii
ported and High Class ver's finest products (iinp?rteid^r||jM
Perfumes and Toil- j" uttwctiye hbrM
tinted eiiHA, inlt conUMfeh^jlH
lei Waters. ing 1 bottle Piver's be-Tretlc
. ,. .. ... earnnt Perfttme, face" po?fce^j|H
lunbigmit s Ideal I er- j, ilot soap, ami sachet powder.
1L' ! "' I,!>r ,y/" ' pigned ^jijiecinlly tor a high
IiMihigniil's Ideal!.IVtv; ,^me ffsSment-win. ftSU
ir _ nz bottle wrt.i \nirea.in white hinceH-e**i,^^^^^^B
glass stopper, $3.50 ; /
lonlijpuil "s Toil V; 1??? .
i <?'r-?Tr..; $;$', - - I^^GiV^i ' a
er's A/lirCa. .4 o,:.
i i.wdW. 1 o/.. bottle. ""Another bwiutifnl manicure
neatly displayed in
iver - l.c Trotle Tml- ease. 10x15 inches, with ridk ;*jfl
Water, (> or. bottle. green sat in s lining, comprimfi|H|
0 curling iron, ahoe horn, naibflr,: flB
fiver's laeanint saeh- shoe Imttoner, corn arid. euliSe
anvil.1 07.. bottle. knives, 'J salve jars, tooth ltraUfc.
seissors. with sterling aihssgjffH
<1. I'inainl's Lilne Veg- mountings. Price] $18.00. fry^m
. (i 07 lintile. 75e.
general line eonipris
lout's. Colgates. anij I GIVE I vlP
IVn'mnis, |
WE ARE AT \OUR SERVICE.
If von want your package neatly wrapped or.jejprewrjiS
il we have xnitubi! and uppiopriate Xmas paper jraS^cmfcr';^
nifiiiflt purpose.. It will be no trtfublo-to- its-to attend
I r'ttl d tails f '* "
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