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BfejGlTME XII. . FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEK 20, 1906. NUMBEK 212.
IX ITALIANS
ch excItement
new orleans
ver discovery
II PLOT OF MAFIA
P THOUGHT RESPONSIBLE
'"/.NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 20.?A plot
(if -Sfafl'a which lias been working secretly
in New Orleans for years Is regarded
as responsible for the deatlis
Of si* Italians who were found murdered
early today in a tenement house
PR Dumalne street. Several of the
BJ:'.' iHJUien were utuujr uurueu. .j" uiu\.n
panic was created among the Italians
'p as a result of the discovery that It
i#tnw- necessary to send every reserve
||B#?oUflatoiui and a number ot able bodP)
^ led flremen to: the district to assist
I?'' In .inalntalnng order. There has not
|fe $*:been so much excitement in the ItalPf
Ian colony since the wholesale lynchlag
ot Italians several years ago. The
iif ', ^inbrders arc believed to have been
H&:^?Nnmittal daring the early part of
|fe- last night.and there Is every lndicagM'tton
that they were carefully planned.
rayUKfr outcry or other disturbance was
' heart and It Is believed that a number
IffPt men participated la the slaughter
?; :ahd that all the victims were struck
!* ; down at the same time. The bodies of
gpV'V.the i.vlotlms Wert''literally hacked to
Several bodies had been set
after the murders were loom?vs/:>
jiiitted. So far the police is unable to
PI'v , secure a clue to the perpetrators ami
|fe - - the- Italians are so badly frightened I
Effit.-i'ti '*? to - MBolwea tn miptUlrwt- tlipm. The I
(ear prevails, that /tie out6r
iheDecad Sbciety is not over
p<: and that additional murders may folCOASTERS
HURLED
AGAINSTFREIGHT
g; FOUR PITTSBURG YOUTHS HAVE
CLOSE CALL FROM DEATH ,
& , AT FOOT OF INCLINE.
ife PITT6BURG. Pa.. Dec. 2C.? Four
K,|f; v.; iJoang persons between the ages of 10
fevt and IS years missed death by only a
-lew 'Inches yesterday while coasting
PjJ wnear kcKtiespori. The party of fovea
?$?&; !Vere coasting upon a bob sled, and
j!',' upon reaching the foot of the hill,
SEpJ- struck the wheel of a moving freight
feS'-V '-train. The hoy guiding the sled was
I hurled under the cars, but retained his
EIW presence of bum ana roueii out 01
;v danger practically flnhurt.
v , The injured are:
Sf." MABEL PHILLIPS, right leg frac;'
tared and cut
MAROARET FINELEY, severely
V; cut nhout head and body.
JOHN RYAN.
ALBERT FINDLEY, both cut
< These four, with the three others
if of their party, were among scores of
! young folks who were coasting down
'7 a lohg grade of a street which Is crossed
by the Pittsburg & Lake Erie
f tracks. On one,of the down hill trips
the coasters were startled at seeing
a freight train moving across their
'path nhead. Three of the party rolled
oft the. flying sled and were unhurt,
save for slight bruises. Of the four
who remained, Albert Findlcy, who
was at the rear, tried ineffectually to
v swerve the sled from its course. Ryan,
who was guiding, realized too late
. that he should have heeded the warning
cries of terrified spectators. There
, was a crash of splintering wood, but
Instead of being ground to death be
StSJy.V T.eath the train, the coasters were
BSji;' scattered about on the snow. The
jjpvp!'; / 'front sled, by a seeming miracle, bail
struck a wheel. Ryan was thrown beBpnmmi
the rails. Like a flash he roll'
- ed out to safety, just missing the roar
; ;-s wheels of one of the freight cars. All
?; ' but Miss Phillips were able to walk
5 V borne.
$85,000 Fire.
f|' WILLIAMSON, W. Va.. Dec. 26.?
, The Odd Fellows temple in which the
. Williamson laundry, Randolph's Junetlon
Store and a number of land offices
ifgf- was totally destroyed by Are here at.
|;V, an early hour yesterday morning. The
"ir loss is 185.000 covered oy insurance.
The origin of the Are is unknown.
Eva Tanguay has a style that la
peculiarly her own, which always de
FOUND MURI
Flit HOUSE Tl
k ?- .
**** ' * *
J. MADAME ANNA MUST PAY T
J. 'BILLS AM'
j.
4* PATHS. Dee. 20.?Madame Anni
} tcrllane, ivos to-day lield liable to pi
J* claims of creditors. The claim of
1 -A. f*% thn vnfun nf fwnnfv-fmiv fhmmfltu
J- against the former husband and wl
Y jewels frere given to his wife. The
J? jeweler us the delivery of the valui
. 4"
.t. J. d_t. .r. 4.
MUST ENLARGE
r ITS QUARTERS
COAL CITY HOUSE FURNISHING
COMPANY IS DOING REMARKABLY
FINE BUSINESS.
Thero Is probably no better Indication
of the substantial growth of a ,
town or country than the large business
of tho furniture and house fur- 1
uishing establishments of the place. 1
wneii people are iurnisning nomes
they are usually building new ones or 1
enlarging or Improving their old ones.
The furniture business of Fairmont '
lias never been better than this year '
nnd this is (lie claim of all the deal
ers.
The Coal City Mouse Furnishing
Company, which Is in fact all that its '
lengthy name Implies, Is not only one '
of the largest' establishments in tho '
State, but Is second in size to none
outside of the "city of Wheeling, oc- ]
enpying Are large floors and base- j
nient. every Inch of which is crowded |
to I he limit, with everything that may (
be needed to. properly furnish a home.
These quarters have proved too l
small for their increasing business i
nnd ndditlonal room will lie secured (
and negotiations are now under way ,
to this end. This firm has had a year
of excellent business and especially j
through the holiday season its trade
has been much larger than heretofore
The outlook for the coming year Is
very encouraging and the Coal City
House Furnishing Company does not I
believe in standing still, which would v
,-1 rlnallv man 11 1a p-n 1mnlru'nrrl. Thplr 1
motto has always been "to go to the; i
front and stay there." Tho street curia
line being opened through now to t
Clarksburg, n store of the size of e
theirs is a good drawing card and the
dead llna for Clarksburg shoppers will j.
no doubt be pushed back toward our 0
neighboring city's limits several miles T
by the enterprise o| the Fairmont mer- r
chants of which the Coat City House
Furnishing Company stands in the
front ranks. 1
FINE CTpNER:
IS CAPTAIN JACK CRAWFORD AND 1
MANY PEOPLE WILL TURN '
OUT TO HEAR HIM.
The indications are that a very I
largo audience will greet Captain I
Jack Crawford, the poet scout, who Is
coming Saturday night under tho nr.spices
of the loco' lodge of Elks for 1
their "Charily" benefit. Captain Craw- 1
ford will give his "Western Campflre"
nn the following Sunday. Belli enter
tainments will bp given in the Grand
Opera House. In Captain Crawford
the Elks bring 'n tills city one of the
best, known entertainers in .\nipricu.
Captain Crawford drevses in the
style and Is of the type of man or
William F. Cody. "Buffalo Bill." Ho ,
wears his hair to the shoulders
A large number of Fairmont peopte
have heard tho famous entcrta'uer at
j}t Lake Park and at Pittsburg.
Those who have heard hint are delighted
that, he is coming to our1 pity.
DROPPEDlEAD :
a
1i
EDITOR OF PIONEER NEWSPAPER ?
EXPIRED SUDDENLY AT HIS t
HOME TO-DAY.
LATROBE. Pa., Dpc. 21.? 'Charlps "
Beckwith Fink, editor of the i.atroho Advance,
a pioneer newspaper of the f
town, dropped dead at his home at ten s
i.'f*lo/.L- tliiu mnrnlni. nf flnnnlevv Hp!
was In good health and cheerful splr- tl
lis up to the moment he was stricken. s
He died Instantly. Survlded hy a 0
widow and two adult children.
Don't miss seeing Eva Tanguay in I'
"A Good Fellow" to-morrow night. c
ii
Special prices en watches at W. A. I
Fisher's. '?
IERED IN
HIS MORNING
*5*
WO v
ONG BONI'S OLD ACCOUNTS. *
*
i Oould, formerly Countess De Cas- 4*
ty Jointly with Count Don! two {?
Mile. Namldoff, who sold diamonds 4*
1 dollars to Bonl, was allowed ?J*
ife conjolnlly. Bonl declared the {
other claim sustained was-that of
tble jewels was proved. v
5*
t. a. M
SIX DIVORCES
IN FIVE YEARS
AND THE END IS NOT YET IN THE
TIMM FAMILY OF
OMAHA.
DM/faA Nell T)PC.If Mrs. Her
Pert l4rsons wants any further argument
to sustain her.advocacy of rotalion
in marriage the Tlram family of
Ihis city will furnish abundant material.
George, Albert, Frederick, Hans,.
Katie and Lena Tlmm, brothers and
dsters, all have been married and in
:he divorce court within the last five
rears.
To cap the climax George Tlmm,
svlio obtained his decree last May,
married Bertha Tlmm, the divorced
wife of his brother Albert, who lives
n Iowa and was divorced tn June.
JVhile this wedding was being celebrated
Mrs. Timra'8 sister, Sophia
Lamp, was married to Ralph C. Danels.
She has kept out of the divorce
:ourts. Her husband died.
The marriage of George to the divorced
wife of his brother Albert
was an event In which all the Timms
ook Interest. There was no rancor
ind no 111 feeling. Everybody conri'fttulated
everybody else and the
>rlde kissed her hand to her former
insband. who by the second marriage
lecnme her hrotlier-in-lnw.
Hans Timm was married in 1802.
le is now seeking a divorce from his
o?s,| no conn no ho nhtnins
its freedom 11 Is reported he will mary
a young woman divorced two years
go. Mrs. Hose Tlmm is comely, and
he prediction made that her single
state will not continue long.
The marriage of cousins is recorded
n the Tlmm family, also the divorce
f cousins. In every instance divorce
ras followed within a month by marlage.
,
The strong demand for seats for Eva
ranguay indicates that she will be
ireeted by a crowded house to-morrow
light.
Why pay a big price for cab work?
IcCray 1.1 very will do It cheap. Allays
ready.
CLARKESBURGI
? t
WERE MET BY
BUSINESS MEN
OF THIS CITY
IHE COMPLIMENT
WILL BE RETURNED
This afternoon at. 2:110 o'clokk a
elegatlon of about GO business men
rom this city wont to tho Eighth '
treet switch where they met a similr
delegation from Clarksburg, comng
here as the guests of the Fairmont
nd Clarksburg Traction Company,
'he ChirUsbtu'cers spent an hour here
taking in the sights," being shown
ver town by the local business men
.ho had gone out to moot thorn. Many
laces of business were visited by the
arests and all enjoyed the hoar thus
pent together. It wouldn't do to toll
f all the places visited, but the vlslors
were "pretty good" and both
Ides have agreed not to tell on the.
there.
'At 3:45 the Clarksburg delegation
eft for home and by special invitation
f the Traction Company a large nuraor
of representative oltb.cng front
tainmont accompanied them to
llarksburg. The ear is expected to
HMUi
$10,000,000 DEAL
IN PENNSYLVANIA
COAUANDS
Other Late News
Notes by Wire
CLEVELANJ), Dec. 2G?Approxlmntnlv'tan
tnilllnn .Inllnrs ia Invnlvflil
"" ^v vv? ?: ?
in a deal just concluded, whereby the
coal properties of the J. W. Ellsworth
Co., of Pennsylvania, comprising about
sixteen thousand acres of rich coal
lands in Pennsylvania, passes Into possession
of the hneknwanna Steel Co.,
of New York. The latter will utilize
most of the porduct for making coke.
SHARON. Pa.. Dec. 26.?Frank Polenl
and .lohn Marcano. the latter a
barber, fought a desperate duel with
knives in a field near South Sharon,last
midnight. When found by the police
early this morning, both were nearly
dead from wounds, loss of blood and
exposure. They were brought to the
hospital and are in a critical condition.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio., Dec. 26.?
A notice posted at the blast furnaces
throughout the Youngstown and Ma
honing Valley thlp morning announce
that on January first the wages of
blast furnace will be advanced ten per
cent. The advance Is voluntary and
affects four thousand men.
LAID TO REST
WERE REMAINS OF STEPHEN
AMOS YESTERDAY?MANY
PEOPLE ATTENDED THE
FUNERAL.
On Christmas morning at half after
ten o'clock at the Amos residence on
Spring and Madison streets, funeral
services were ^conducted over the remains
of Mr. Stephen Amos, whose
Jeath occurred on Sunday. Rev. J.
Engie, a former pastor and close friend
of the deceased, conducted the services.
assisted by his present pastor.
Rev. G. D. Smith. The choir of the
M. E. Church sang several selections.
Mr. Amos was until the lime of Ills
death the oldest living member of the
church and Ills brothers and sisters
were present In large numbers to pay
a last tribute of respect to the departed
brother. The remains were laid
to rest In Woodlnwn cemetery.
Join the crowd and go to see Eva
Tanguay in "A Good Fellow" to-morrow
night.
Why pay a big price for cab work?
McCray Livery will do it cheap. Always
ready.
Largest stock of watches In the city
at Fisher's.
Of copse, you are going to see the
inimitable Eva ?Ajmguay to-morrow
night.
ERS MAKE RAID
reach Clarksburg about five o'clock,
and remain there one hour starting
bnck at six. The trips each way will
be made in one hour nud forty-live
minutes. The party will thus reach
nr? Mia rohtrn of T 1".
This is a courtesy by the Traction
Company which is very much appreciated
by the people of this city nnd
Clarksburg and will be the means of
cementing a friendship already stiong,
making it firmer than ever. The vast
undertaking of connecting the two
thriving and enterprising cities of the
hConongahela Valley by trolley has
been accomplished with so little ostentation
or display that many people
do not realize how much it means or
how It was done. The enterprise deployed
by the men who have su"oeeded
in thus putting the thousands of
people along the West Fork river and
adjacent territory In hourly communication
with two snch cities as Fairmont
and Clarksburg is certainly to
be commended and in the near future
we will all have a fuller appreciation
of what has been done by the promoters
of this new line.
The Clarksburg parly Is composed
of the following porsons:
R. T. Lowndes, 0. P. Boughner, F?
B. Wood, S. S. Farls, Geo. L. Duncan,
S. H. White, Hugh Jarvls, T. M. Rob
inson, E. B. Delson, Dr. T. M. Hood, J.
0. Brook, 0. M, Hart, John M. Cunningham,
S. R. Harrison, J. 0, Shaw,
C. W. Lynch, C. S. Smiley, Dr. J. B.
Smith, J. W. Williams, A. R. Thorn,
Frank Armstrong, J. B. Brannon,
SWEEPING VI
. *'4 . - l.!*"
COAL OPEI
i'
.i CORP8E SAT UP AND SCOLDE
4- TAKKER FOR
4- ?
J. CHICAGO. Dec. 20.?Sirs. A lie
4- from the undertaker's slab whei
4* and scolded the undertaker for ha
4* undertaker'rubbed his eyes, pinch
4? By the time the patrol wagon arrl
4* lowed a quantity of poison six hou
4- and was preparing to walk home.
4- her home and a death certificate It
4- The undertaker had been working o
j* ready to Inject embalming fluid, w
FACE SLASHED
IN POKER GAME
TROUBLE AROSE WHEN FOREIGNER
ALLEGED ANOTHER WAS
TRYING TO CHEAT.
WHEELING, Dec. 20. ? A poker
game In which it la said that several
hundred dollars changed hands ended
In a catting affray on Harmony Hill,
at Benwood. at 10:30 o'clock Monday
night, In which one man named John
Spurnlch had his face slashed from
ear to neck. The Injury, however, is
not very serious.
Joseph Cublsh, the man that is believed
to have done the cutting, and
Ids victim were both arrested by the
Kenwood police. Cablsli put up money
for Ids appearance at trial before
Mayor Joseph Mahood Wednesday,
while the injured man was still in
Jail ut an early hour last night *
According to the story told" by Spurnich
to Harry Mnrkle, the Marshall
street butcher, from whose place the
cull was sent to the police, a crowd of
foreigners, probably twelve, wore engaged
In a gamo at a foreign boarding
house on .Marshall street. All had
been drinking and were more or less
intoxicated.
Trouble arose over a supposed attempt
to cheat when a large sum was
at stake. Cablsh. Spurnich said, drew
his knife and slashed lrlm. With the
blood streaming down his face, he ran
to Kraft Bros.' saloon to summon the
police. Kraft's 'phone was busy and
be returned again to the boarding
bouse.
Again, he alleges, Caldsh cut him
about the face and ran him out of the
place. He then hastened to Marshall's .
where Officers Everett Little and John
Pearl, who made the arrests, found i
hint. Caldsh they Inter arrested in (he <
bouse where the trouble had occurred. (
(
Twenty-four Photos tor 25 cents at
the Novelty Photo Gallery. Come and
have your smiles recorded at 312
Main street. 20-6t
The engagement of Eva Tanguay at
IT!C urcuiu lU'lllui I uv? liiym pviiiiavo
to be quite a society event, as many
theater parties will be in evidence.
ON THE TOWN
Thomas Pettlgrew, R. H. Koblegard, J. '
W. Bond, Guy Sinsel, James Strady,' 1
J. E. Kellcy, W. D. Osborn, Owen
Kraft. G. S, Randall, A. J. Fletcher, <
Harry Dodd, M. B. Riblett, Richard i
Scott, R. F. Robinson, John Basset,, t
John W. Davis, James F. Allen, F. 13
Haymaker, S. C. Allen, D. C. S. Holmhoe,
Howard B. Williams, S. J. Moore
D. C. Wlllftms, A. D. Barr, M. G.
Sperry, R. J. Gasley, V. T. Highland,
S. C. Denhnm, S. B. Baker, 3. F. Reed, I
B. B. Stout, ,T. B. Bassel, W. A. Vance,
S. C. Garlow, C. L. Hickman, G. T.
Leatherherry and 0. H. Brown.
The following Fairmont people were
Invited* to make the trip to Clarks- 1
burg:
J. E. Sands, J. M. Hartley, M, J? ,
Hutchinson, Sam R, Nuzum, J. A. .
Clark, L. L. Malone, L. G. Race, J. R. ,
>? T. ?a-u HTJll/w
L,mn, J. ->!. muwmieiu, nanuu iuuivi, ^
A. B. Fleming, W, C. Jamison, W. S.
Meredith, Harry Shaw, M. A. JoUllTe,
J. W. Mason, J, R. Cook, J. M. Jacobs,
0. S. McKlnney, Zack Robertson, A.
Howard Fleming, T. W. Fleming,
Charles Powell, J. L. Hall, M. D. Christie,
M. C. Lough, H. C. Sample, Earl
Smith, L. C. Powell, C. E. Manley, W.
S. Haymond, E. F. Hartley, H. R. Furbee,
R. B. Parrlsh. G. M. Jacobs, Scott
C. Lowe, E. F. Morgan, E. M. Showalter,
J. E. Robinson, A. L. Lehman,
Clem Shaver, W. H. Conaway, TJ. N.
Arnett, C. E. Hutchinson, Kemble
n 17 J? MlnVrtl
UUUC, UCUIfcO t/l-WIV, *. i? Iiiwuvie,
Harry Smltli, 0. M. Alexander and J. e
C, OmUU./ , 1
CTORY FOR IN
1ATORS INST
1"!"!1; ,
H*
DTHE UNDER- _ 4.
HANDLING HER SO* ROUGHLY. .J.
*
usta Gardmamt early to-da.v arose 4.
o she was being prepared for burial 4*
ndllng her so roughly. The startled ?
ed himself and called for the police. -J>
ved Mrs. Gardmann, who had swal- 4"
rs before, had put on her clothing ?J?
For hours she had lain as dead In {. i
ad been signed by two physicians. I
n the body some time and was Just {.
hen the subject stirred. 4*
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CHARLESTON FIRM:
! GETS CONTRACT
A. F. WITHROW & COMPANY WILL t
ERECT WEST VIRGINIA BUILD- s
ING FOR JAMESTOWN, EX? f
POSITION. tt
C
CHARLESTON. W. Va? ttec. 2G.?' d
The special committee appointed by c
the Jamestown exposition committee o
at Washington last week, consisting of c
ex-Governors W. A. MacGorkle. A. B. 1
White and Hon. F. M. 3tnunion, met c
In tlio reception rooms of Governor e
Dawson and formally awarded the c
contract for the erection of the West
Virginia building to contractors A. F. r
Wlthrow & Company, of Charleston. s
whose bid was $19,045.
The educational, historical agricul- "
tural and horticultural departments
nnd the oil products of the Slate will '
have special exhibits. State archivist
and historian Virgil A. Lewis will pre- e
pare a history of the Slate. Superln- c
tendent Thos. C. Miller, of the public "
schools will be the author of a booh
giving an accurate account of our vast ^
coal deposits with the methods of
West Virginia, which have landed the y
State In second place In the matter of
coal production. ,1
On Saturday the members of the
commission opened the bids for the ?
erection of the West Virginia bull-.!- y
Ing, according to the plans prepared C1
by architects Rabensleln and Warno. b,
There wore four bids, three from West
Virginia and another from a contract- t(
Ing firm at Norfolk. The lowest of
Ihe bids was that of A. F. Wlthrow and
Company, but another firm was so q
close to the figures, that a special committee
as named ahnve was appointed
tn nwnrd the contract, an.! tills was
- CI
ilone at the meeting; yesterday at the C1
governor's office. T
The West Virginia building will be q\
one of the finest at the exposition. It ct
will have a brick foundation with a ci
frame superstructure, built on the old ct
lolonlnl plan tvlth porches and columns rt
on the front and ends, a terrace con- tl
nectlng the porches. The building nt
will be constructed on one of the best cl
slles on the exposition grounds. The T
site faces on Hampton Roads and Is at
Dnl.v a short distance from the steel is
pier. It Is expected to be very cred- *
Itable showing for the Stale of West M
Virginia and one that the visitors from P1
the Little Mountain Stale can point to C'
with pride when visiting the cxposi- E
lion. w
10
The coming session of the legislature
will be asked to appropriate the sum
rf $5(1,000 for display at the exposition.
PISTOL BATTLE ;
Cf
FOUR MEN WERE WOUNDED IN <U
FUSILLADE AT WILLIAMSON
YESTERDAY.
cs
M
WILLtAMSON. W. Vn.. Dec. 20.-- nr
Four men were wounded, two critical- ar
v. Tn & nTstoI hat tip vflstonlar? on
-eander Qilkerson and John'Brownlng
vere attempting: to take charge of a
ocal store when Deputy Sheriff James ro
tlcComas and policeman James Starr se
vere called In to arrest them. (]|,
At first sight of the officers Gllkor- so
ion and'Browning oponed fire on jj
hem, and the officials retaliated. All (|,
if the men emptied their revolvers j;
nit no one was killed outright. Mc- u,
^omas, the deputy sheriff Is In a crlt- co
cat condition, two bullets penetrating tn
lis body. Gllkerson was also probably co
nortally wounded?one bulled enter- nt
ng his abdoman and another penetrat- in
ng his left breast Policemen Starr
md Browning were also wounded but
rill recover. 0,
Your holiday enjoyment wont be ?
nmnlete If vou mlu Mfllnn Eva Tan
1. ^ ^ ? ^
niton favoring colli operators alongff
trie Railway Company/the statin
portont regulation concerning the
tse of so-colled private cara fortheH
ransportatlon of freight. . OolnSWBwW
o full efTect It will greatly. relleveienH
(rlngency because it will release for "Ml
reueral use many thousand cars now v
Hotted to favored Bhlpiters.UAt^^H
qulvocal leases, and: other devices S|
eslgned to evade the law agalxtsOhirW
rimlnatlon. Coal operatorut
the stale who bare sulTor3lJs8|B
ause of this discrimination haven
een anxiously watching for this de-3
leon, and Its announcement was ^IllS
d with great sallsfacUonV for It was j?
Although brought against a single" 8
allway oompany It must :
mod that It applies to all partcaaBB
lie State as wail. The proceedings fl
'ere Instituted by the Harlng-Wllsnffin
onl Company and the South Masall-1
in Coal Company agplqst th- w
rlmating In favor of two frjbaldtarjW
oncerns controlled by the
Iiesc system cars conBist of
umber of coal cars originally purompany
and the Wheeling anfffijaj
JVICO Ull WIC, litti i m nit |'ami.a m
Imlnate in .the dte^baUp' ^ < ^jj ^
Showed Diecrlmlnation M|jM
xanMlnlInn nf nnnl Ktf
luoyuiuawwo v? w?
mpanleg over detepiaji^^n^^H
le of road between thejiiijjiKfj^^M
the Slate of Ohlo. V!;^| ;>|
"The commission farther finds
ring the months of September and
stober, 1906, the Wheeling nadJ&HH
Wt coal cars to meet all require(Concluded
on Page Five.) ^

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