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CRU8ADER AGAINST BUCKET
8H0P8 ENTER8 SUIT AGAINST
"ELEVATOR TRU8T."
CHICAGO, Dec. 14.?What*"Is-declared
lo be the first step toward
breaking up Rid so-called Elevator
Trust la control of the Chicago grain
market was taken by John Hill, Jr.,
Board of Trade crusader against bucket
shops. In the form of a suit of demanding
the revocation of the license
of the South Chicago Elevator Company,
one of the leading local grain
concerns.
Hill says the company has violated
the law by deallbg In grain in Its own
clevatorB and by selling grain on the
board at less than the market price
as an Inducment for elevator patronage.
It is asserted that a trust agreement
has existed between the South
Chicago and Central elevators and the
Penvy and Armour drain Companies.
Hiss says evidence of the violation
of the law has been placed in the
State's attorney's hands and that
criminal prosecution will follow bis
civil stilt.
The complainant supplemented his
suit by the distribution on the Board
of Trade of a pamphlet entitled
"Whom Rogues Cnnnot Buy They
Would Uestroy" and dedicated to
"Those 'respectable' members of the
Hoard of Trade who have Industriously
labored for months past, with the
aid of a blackmailing detectlvp agency,
to find means of blackening my reputation."
.
Reference Is made to the writer's
campaign against "bucket-shopping
and other Hoard of Trades abuses"
and stories are revived of an attempt
to blow up his bouse in. IRS8.
"Men of the same purpose." says
the pamphlet, are now Inslduously at
work In besmirch my name. Their
aim can be no other than that wholesale
bucket-shopping may he perpetrated
ami Illegal warehousing of grain
continued."
Forest Protection
MATTER WILL BE BROUGHT UP J
BEFORE THE COMING
LEGISLATURE.
CHARLESTON. Dec. 14.?If the,1
West; Virginia legislature pusses a i
forestry law this winter there are a ;
few esKentful things which should he;
included and several artistic frills
that can ho disposed with. Forestry |
laws differ in the different States, j
Some spend large sums in experimen-j
tal true culture, using specialists at j
high salaries. This work contributes j
more |? science in general than to
fi?. benefit in particular, and
is not absolutely necessary lo this
State.
West Y^Kinia needs one thing
above idl others to preserve its for- j
csts. Tliat one thing is protection j
against fire. It is a difficult thing j
to reach. In fact it is as impossible |
to prevent, fires in the woods as to i
prevent them in cities; but measures
can be taken to lessen the evil
by making it as unlawful for a man
to sit h forest fire on his own land
as to set tire to his own house.
Sivli a law strictly enforced would
cut out half the forest fires at one
stroke.
--
In Wheeling
HON. LAMAR C. POWELL VISITS
OHIO COUNTY IN INTEREST , |
OF HARRY SHAW.
The Wheeling News yesterday contained
the following item of consid- [
erahle local interest:
"Hon. Lamnr 0. Powell, of Fairmonr,
Is in the city Thursday. Mr. Powell
Is a close friend of Mr. Hnrry Shaw,
who is a candidate for reelection as I
clerk of the House of Delegates, ami
lie called on a number of the Ohio
county metiers of the legislature.!
- i.i? i
.Mr. Slmw ninue a vury enviauic i
record as clerk of the House of Delenotes
during two terms, and Ills j
friends believe that he will be reAl
nominated. The principal opposition
candidate in .Mont Topping of Charles-!
ton. who has served as assistant
clerk. .Mr. Topping's candidacy may.
however, he hampered hv his proximity
to Hon. A. .1. Senmon of Jackson j
rounty, who seems to have the call
for the speakership nomination.
".Marion county being in the First
Congressional district, it is probable!
:hat tlie Ohio comity people will support
Shaw unless some nnforsecn coningency
arises.
Catarrh of the nose and throat
mould lead you to at least ask us
for a free trial box of Dr. Slump's C*?arrli
Cure. Nothing so surely proves
merit as a real, actual iesi?nan nr.
slioop to prove tills, earnestly desires '
[hat we let yon make that test. Thin!
rcamy, snow white healing balm.
withes tho throat and nostrils, and
ptlckty purines n foul or feverish
[ireath. Call and investigate. E. A.1
tlilllngsba & Co.
Got a Gillette or Enders safety rain's,
$1.00 to $5.00. CLYDE 8. HOLT.
Aprons of all kinds ftir^irther. 3?. ^
*E8T VIRGINIA FROM THE MOIH-. ^
INO 8TORV.
"Under the ImpuUe of development,
West Virginia has become as c<
dffferat from the parent State as if m
be were separated therefrom by 0|
barriers Of the" most pronounceil w
type. Contrary to' the Impressions y,
of many, especially those of the 0|
north who are wont to regard West a(
Virginia as a southern State, we have
passed forever from tho character w
Istlcs of Virginia. The mountains s(
riividft mnrlf nt onpfl the natural ...
division of the States, and the per- s|
sonsl distinctions of the populations. j|
The colonial disposition fades be- c,
yond preceptlon when one crosses tt
the Alleghanies. a
The new blood that has been in- ni
fused Into the young commonwealth q
came largely from Ohio and Penn- C(
sylvanla, and West Virginia is now ,t
more like those great subdivisions fc
of the Union, both In spirit and in j.
general community of Interest. The ^
Ohio dividing us from the State of (j
presidential aspirations Is not a
harrier, hut a common tie, and with n,
Pennsylvania industrial enthusiasm ^
has made us close neighbors?almost ((
one."?R. E. Murphy In "Progressive .
West Virginia." w
The above is an exlract from Ihe j|
preface to "Progressive West Vir- ^
giniuns," edited and complied by R. ^
K. Murphy, and published In 1905 by w
the Wheeling News.
In this work there Is nbout 732 'j
cutE and brief sketches of the most ^
prominent men all over the State,
politically, profeslonal and financially.
Of this 732, there nre 327 ^
who give their nativity as West Virginia
nnil 105 the sketches were 01
born outside of the Slate. Of tills
105 the sketches show that 115 were 11
born within the present boundaries of 8
Virginia, 03 from Pennsylvania, 57 l!i
not stated, 50 from Ohio, 30 of for- '
olsn birth, 27 from Maryland. 12 from nl
tyw York, 7 from Kentucky, 0 Cnna- rl
dians. 5 from Indiana, 3 each from P
Michigan, New Jersey, Georgia, and s'
Illinois, 2 each from Vermont, Mis- <'
sourl, Wisconsin, Now Mampsliire, and I"
the District of Columbia, end one each f'
from Maine. Texas, North Carolina. al
Louisiana, and Connecticut. "
From the ttliovc figures taken from
tho sketches themselves, It will be K'
sen that nearly 30 per cent, of those I"
coming from beyond the borders or ?"
the State are Virginians.-?Charleston w
Mail. ^
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huMLTHY PLANTS al
Require tlio Moat Careful Attention aa ?'
Well as Good Soli. p
DM you ever see a rosebush vrhlch? fi
despite the most benellcent environment
if soil?of sunshine?and of atmosphc****,
-seemed never to achieve a healthy a<
growth.
A ton of mnnure will not help a pier." .
that has a canker eating out its he ?rt. 11
You must dostrov the cause before yo.
can remove the efTcct. <;
You pannot cure Dandruff nr.d Bab1
ness by rubbing on hair lotions. an>.
rubblnp in vaseline, etc. K
You must look to the onus'4 of the j,
trouble?It's n germ at the roots of
your lii'lrv which causos It to fall out.
N'ewbro's Tforpfcide destroys the germ,
and healthy hair is the sure result.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. In
stamps for sample to The Herplcide Co..
Detroit. Mich. J
E. A. BUlingslea k Co., speclm]
(lot a mandolin, guitar or violin at. 8
CLYDE S. HOLT'S. Largest line of a
musical instruments and supplies in Q
the city. p
Ladles' bracelets, gold rings and
pretty jewelry for Xmas.
CLYDE S. HOLT.
Grand Opera I
The Nixon & zimn
A Scenic Investure of Great Splendor.
Porter
"A Play of Stupendous Climaxes. "
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"A Work that will Become a Classic."
HT
"Extraordinarily Strong Cast."
AN UNUSUALLY POV
PEN OF J
PRICES: $
Car will run to'1
"The Proud Prince."
In these frivolous days of farci
jmedy, musical comedy and lurl.
elodrama, the advent of a tragedlai
' the old school Is an occurrence
hicb merits more than ordinary men
Dn: Mr. Porter J. White whom mos
! our readers will recall Is to appea
: the Grand In Justin Huntley McCar
iy's famous play, "Tie Proud Prince,
blch E. H. So them brought out twi
asons ago with tremendous succes!
id which has never been seen oul
de of the very iBrge cities. Whei
essrs. Nixon and Zimmerman assum
1 the control of Mr. White's tour
ley Immediately began the search fo
vehicle which would give that em:
;nt tragedian's powers full scopt
no play after the other was discard
1 until "The Proud Prince" wa
lough of. Upon Investigation It wa
mnd that the part of Robert the Bad
ing of Sicily, was Just the one t
;ve Mr. White the opportunities hi
rslred. The part is one which r<
dres the actor to sound the depth
[ all human emotions, love, hatred
sppiness. joy, anger, jealously, cot
mpt and despair: and an early dc
slon as to the selection of the pla;
as ronnhfiri hv manneers and slat
iessrs. Nixon & Zlmerman immed
:ely set about securing the drann
om Mr. Sothcrn, and after man
celts of negotiation the contract
ere signed which gave them th
gilt to present Mr. White in "Th
roud Prince." An elaborate produt
on was prepared, a strong cast er
tgoti and local theatergoers may res
tsured that the performance will b
ic worthy of their patronage.
The story of (he play has to do wit!
,c pursuit of an innocent mountaii
Irl, Perpetua, by Robert, the bn
ing. He Hi st wooes hernas a simp!
untcr. and wins iter love. He nex
liponrs before her as the king an
immanos her to come to his palacr
trpetitii's love Is of the purest, tin
io seeks refuge In the mountnl
* * miraiin
lApei, 10 wmcn ispui. ivuuci.
r. When he attempts to tare he
om her stirred refuge, and defies Goi
id his angels, he Is transformed I);
ic archangel Gabriel Into the horrii
ice and form of his court fool, Dlt
ties. In this shape Robert is con
filed to appear and suffer the taunl
it] biges of thoce of his subjects t
hont ho affirms he Is the actual king
obert's iove lor Perpetua become
lire anil holy passion anil he set
iiout tesciiins her from the networ
' plot and intrigue which Ills forme
itrsult had entangled Iter. Robert'
nal restoration to his own face au
trm occurs in the fourth ami ins
lit of the play when he rescues lit1
nut the .-.take where she Is to It
timed at a witch. Upon this proof c
is iove and devotion, the Archangt
a'triel changes Mm hack to his orb
ml form and front Hubert the had. It
ecotdes Robert the Good, the itlol t
I? subjects.
once ENGINEERING COMPANY
Civil, Mining and Consulting
Engineer.
scobs Building, Fairmont, W. V
Surveys of all kinds executed o
hort notice. Coal and coke plan1
specialty. Rates reasonable. E
mlnations and reports on mlnlr
roperty.
.Mother?Bobbie how did you get m
ualnled with the little hoy next doot
Bobbie?1 licked him.?Smart Set.
louse, Friday
terrabo.
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IfERFUL ROMANTIC
[USTIN HUTLEY Mc
1.00, 75, 50 an
Gypsy after the Pe
ARE SOME OF THE GAS COMPAI
IES OVER PROSPECTIVE
3 LEGISLATION.
\ HUNTINGTON, Dec. 14.?'offlcla
e of the United States Natural Gas Cot
i. pany, which has pipe lines extomlli
t from the West Virginia fields Into Ke
_ tiirlrv nnd Ohio, are ereatlv interes
v ed In the proposition of the West VI
' ginla board of Trade to have tt
} State legislature enact a law whit
i, will prohibit the piping of gas out i
the State,
j The people of Pittsburg an^ othi
h cities which now receive the great'
5 portion of their gas from West Vlrgl
r la, are also considerably exercised i
[. the prospect of having their fuel su
j, ply cut off.
|. Dr. f. C. White, of Morgantown, tl
, State geologist, Is now preparing tl
3 bills. There is a popular movemei
l_ to keep the gas within West Virgin
s so far as constitutionally possible, at
e the State board of trade Is anxloi
i. to compel factories requiring gas fi
3 fuel td locate in West Virginia. Co
!t slderable opposition Is expected by tl
iinore nf tradp from outside interest
,. Similar action has been attempt!
y by the West Virginia Legislature dti
, Ing the past five years, and It has f
I. ways met with failure, but this yei
n the prospects for the passage of tl
y bill are better.
it Officials of the local company wei
e outspoken In their opinion that tl
e Legislature had not the power to e
i- act legislation of the sort mentlone
i- and cited the, fact that the State
I Indiana had failed of accomplishing
s as a basis on which to show lack i
authority on the part of West Virgin!
1 About three years ago the Initial
j Legislature adopted a measure of sh
,1 liar import directed against Chlcni
B gas corporations. The cases were ca
, rled to the Supreme court of the tin
rl cd States and that tribunal declari
, I he act unconstitutional. save tin
,, clause of it which regulated the pre
u sure in the mains to an, amount m
a exceeding the pressure of the roclt
r As the rock pressure in West VI
I glnla runs up to 1,000 pounds p<
f square foot and the companies can
I less than 100 pounds in the mains
p can be seen that an act covering tl
!. clause allowed by the court would n
a affect the companies. *
? He Found It.
a I'rnm Ihe Birmingham Post.
s An Englishman, traveling in Irelan
lj complained that he could find none i
r ine famous Irish wits of whom 1
had heard. He was advised to spea
I io the next farmer or teamster he- me
t A little later ho encountered a pe
' rant leading a liorse with a load *
lurf. The horse had a blazed face.
|f "What a white free your horse ha
I my man!" said Ihe Englishman. 1
way of an opening.
"Sure," replied Ihe Irishman, "yoi
1 own will be as white when it has het
1 as iong in Ihe halter."
NOTICE.
I
All persons having claims against t
firm of C. 13. Hunter & Co., will pi
l 4Un on mo to nn.lersicned tn
tee for settlement end all persons I
n dobted to said firm will without dele
K pay the same to said trustee,
t- J. R. swearingen,
g Trustee of C. E. Hunter & Co
This 21st day of November, 1306.
Nov. 21-1 mo.
c
? Military brushes for Xmas.
CLYDE S. HOLT.
, December U
ir the first time outside the large citie
!. H. SOTHERN'S
GREATEST SUCCESS.
A Greater play than Sign of the Croa
The
"A Classic among Modem Plays."
Proud
"E. H. Sothern's Greatest Success."
Prince
"Porter J. White's Greatest Triumph,
r?? A \A A PBOTM" THE
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d 25 cents.
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: Casino
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d. ROLLER SKATING AND
of
it DANCING CASINO.
of
a Public dances Tuesday, Frlla
day and Saturday evenings.
" | tror. Aiarun, noor mauager. au!0i
mission to floor, 50c. General
r" admission free. Ivaaclcb's full
orchestra.
id
St Roller skatlne mornlug. nfter?
noon and evening. Prof. Lynch.
Dt instructor. Admission and skates
25c.
J. SANDS JACKSON.
Proprietor and Manager.
* 418 Jackson Street.
Con. 'Phone, 340.
le
Dt ?
M. EARLE MORGAN
;'f ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
ie
k Hall Block, opposite Msrlctla
it Hotel.
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: PRACTICAL l
lain
AT
The Union CI
Below are given a few of
Christmas gifts at very reason
MEN'S and YOUNG MI
OVERCOATS ? WarnCRAVEKETTES
- Prac
I SMOKING JACKETS an
FANCY VESTS?White,
lais.
SUSPENDERS - Gcod
MUFFLERS and DRESS
FANCY and PLAIN HOS;
NECKWEAR ? In all shi
SUIT CASES-AU leathe:
CUFF BUTTONS-Go od
STICK PINS?All design
UMBRELLAS ? A large
GLOVES?For dress or w
SHIRTS?For dress or \
COLLARS and CUFFS
And n (rood many other usefu
tion. Come in and see them.
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m
The Union Cl<
OpenEv
1 I I II II I
sr-Optlclans
Street :.fl|
IT IS NOT IMPOSSIBLE.
We have beeti \/f|
told since .Starting:': v.y||
our 50 cent book
sale that it was im- pan
possible to sell
these books at that
price.
You have but to ,'Jj
call to prove that it |pji
is not only possible, |
but an absolute $
fact. The most up- to-date,
readable
books to be had at ,
50 cents.
A, 6. MARTIN CO.,
Jones UndeitakingCo.
R. C. JONES, Funerel Director,
Arterial Embalmer. iK$8?
IJOC11 ruuuv awu, Vfn&HBRMH
F. 4 M., 295-2.
TS
IND USEFUL 1| J
othing House ||
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the many practical and useful.,
IN'S SUITS?Latest of styles,
and comfortable,
stical and useful
id BATH ROBES?For comfort ||
Fancy and Washable Mater
and serviceable.
PROTECTORS?Very dressy. g|
E?For dress or work,
ipes, styles and colorings.
r ana waier-proui ciuto, ^SSJSI
-All shapes and styles.
1 articles to numerous to men- I
I
rifling House I J
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