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VOLUME IV. - FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA, FKIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1907. NUMBER 107.
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I hat he will make a strong
the Second dl^tMct.'. He
tances and warm friends
in.' Elliott' Northcett can
upon to run by soflte who
jrglng him to enter the
ances. are that-the West
irophecy of some months'
fe'triie' and the Anal court-W-'Secretorj^of
,8,
' Sc)ierr
till'resignation!
'ittlght become necessary,
tdstlon is tv^led. ^tyheu
ijele^uis^conms 'on,
3b fgr 'the sefectlon of a
s Been In the hands of
uti Later the matter -wlllf
jraflajl ."bvei"- to the -deleformal
announcement of
rr's^ndlducy will be
rTER TO'RIVAL WHO
R8EWHIPPED HER,
RS FORGIVENESS:
'ILLE, 0., 'Aug. 23. ?
jjr that she could scarcetumlllatlon,
Mrs. Bessie
Who was bubllcly horsetrs.
Clarence Grimes on
et Of . Mlng'o several
las written ' a letter of
e woman whose . 'hpse
Is.credlted with stealetter
Mrs. Ulstrom says
agly sorry for what took
s forgiveness from Mrs.
says she does not'lore
tes and does not know
t him. When she wrote
did not know that Mrs.
ad the letter written, by
and she did not know
r was'to be published In
ts. She labored under
that 'the matter waB to
1FM0NEY
PERATORS
0 THREE THOUSAND
t DAY COMES POUR
pouring into the local treasury at the
rate of ttro. to three thousand dollars
n long siege. President Small will
0^??^ ^?r New -York Jo-morrow to establish
headquarters from which the
Strifes; will be conducted In the future.
The telegraph companies still claim
they have won the light and are carry
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M. P. Conferenci
Admit Rev. I.
Declined 1
ELKINS, W. Va., Aug. 23.?A steady
Influx of delegates hay brought the
total attendance of the Methodist
Protestant conference, whose sessions
began Wednesday, up "to more than
two hundred. The second day s session
was called to order by President
Boggs. The repdrl of the committee
on Church extension, showing a
glance of ,139, was the most Important
of the reports received during the
morning.
^"The "conference took the stand that
so-Jar as they,are concerned the Rev.
I. A.v Barnes, by hla own action, canhot
bdWcognlzed by1 them. Miffed at
something, he withdrew from the conl^efice
several years ago. He secured
his transfer back -to the conference,
but he could not ba admitted. The
'conference authorised their treasurer
to receive a beauest of $500 from the
estath ol Alexander Morrison to be deTREKTONHSTEM
OF XOOIDSVILtl
DISTRICT" OP COLUMBIA PRf80N
" ER'S 'WlllC HEREAFTER BE
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""'Wit3^Crfciw,%ffg. 23 ?Pdrj&ns
c6rWl8fe'd of -crime In the District of
SbfufeBjtf^i&d--.tjbij j^ej^bp^tKa.penftentlhry^
will not bs.'slht^Mouhdsl
Vflle hereafter, but wlU be committed
to.'the; Nehr Jersey State' prison 'at
Trenton, N. .J., by ..order of the attor^
nay .general and notification to the
Supreme Court of the' District of Columbia.
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By section 925 of the District code,
sentences imposed by, the district Sflpreme
Court ,do' not designate* the -penitentiary
to which convicted defendants
are to be.sent,, and the designation
of the place of'confinement Is left
entirely to the attorney general:' By
a letter to United States District- Attorney
Baker the Trenton penitentiary
Is now designated. The letter
was presenteo to Justice Stafford today
by Assistant United States Attorney
Adkins, and was ordered to be
filed. ' - - .
Persons sentenced to the penitentiary
from the lovd courts since December'151'1903,
have been taken to
Moundsville, W. Va, Prior- to that
time the Trenton - penitentiary was
used. Coming
Up Stream
THE ELVIRA PASSES THROUGH
WHEELING ON THE WAY
TO FAIRMONT.
WHEELING, Aug...23.?The Elvira,
a new boat but. recently, launched at
Parkersburg, and that has been plying
on the upper Kanawha till low water
ended navigation there, arrived at the
local wharf yesterday. The boat is
owned by Captain Cooper, of Grants'vllle,
and is on her way to the upper
end of the Monongahela, where shb
Intends plying till the river opens up
In the fall for the larger packets. The
Elvira Is a trim little craft, equipped
wtlh an 18 horse power gas engine
and draws but t.en inches of yat,er.;
The owner of the Elvira Is well known
here and several years ago was associated
with Jeff Frame' In operating
the H. B. Scott out ot this city in- the
Irtttt wains fM<1o
iwij nnvui n?uv,
Scalded to Death
By Escaping Steam
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PARKERSBURO, W, Va., Aug! 23.Paul
Schlegel, an employe of the 1;arkersburg
Brewing Company, was
scalded la a frightful manner while
cleaning uui uuu cl tuc v?to
brewery with steam. He went to turn
off the steam when he turned the
valve in such a manner as to. give a
stronger volume o( steam and Was
scalded about the breast and . abdo
^ SCHERR
e Refused to
A. Barnes and
rlim Recognition
voted to the boards of . the church.
At last night's session .Miss Olive 1.
Hodges, a missionary who has just returned
from Japan, addressed the conference.
Hon. IrjtC. Post, of the Kansas
City Unlyerslty, and Dr. T. II.
. Lewis, ofWesftjinster Mfl., were oth|er
speakers.
Delegates to/,the' general conference
of the church7/which meets at Pittsburg
next May, will be selected tomorrow.
The committee on boundaries
will report to-morrow that lite
name of Pleasant's charge be renamed
Maxwell. They will recommend
that' a request to have Hackers
Valley charge-distributed between Addison
and Sutton be refused. There
are probably more delegates at the
Sassaway hotel here than have ever
before assembled la any hotel In
West Virginia at any conference of
| any denomination.
THREATS MADE""
TO LYNCH NEGRO
CHARGED WITH. A HRlNOUS, 6F-'
' FENSE, 'VIRGINIA NEGRO
RU8HED TO BLUEFiEt-D
. * for Safety.. "
' ; BLlJfefrlELDftug. 23.?Walt'erillj^
py, .'colored,; 'Fibjibrouglit' Iters last'
night "thorn Ppcahon-tas, ^Va., where Je
was AfreAted'aitter'a hard chase' b?offlcers.
Rfppy Is charged with attefiptf';
ed assault. ' The outrAgp was attempt-''
ed w'lthlh sight of "Col.'1 Bfowning's
summer home upoh'th'S yotinger of two '
Carr sisters? who were picking blackbdrrles
on the farm. The' girl,' tbur-r
teen years of age, put up a desperate
light aid succeeded In getting "away
from: the negro. Her sister,' who start- .
pd to- run as soon as her younger sister
was. caught, was tided -upon tw6" *'
times by the negro, Officers arrived '
upon me scene tsuurtiy unci meyipc
and within an hour had the negro
within the toils. Threats' of lynching
caused the officers to bring their prls- '
oner to this city tor safekeeping.
MEAT fil
IS LOOKED FOR
DRIVERS OF PACKING HOUSES ON
STRIKE AND BUTCHERS OUT
OF MEAT.
. NEW YORK, Aug. 23.?No meat-ijaa,
been delivered to the retail, butcbeps
since last midnight. This Is' the result
of a strike by drivers of the..packlug
houses. Meat men say there will be
a famine here within twenty-lout
hours. Five hundred drivers are on
strike and are affiliated with the International
Teamsters' Association. They
declare the hours of work Irregular,
too long and the pay of seventeen dotlore
rvftr waalr InnriantiAte.
COSTLY FIRE
NEARLY A MILLION .DOLLARS
WORTH OF PROPERTY DESTROYED
AT CINCINNATI.
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CINCINNATI, 0., Aug. 23.?The fire
starting last nlglif burnpd till Its Is
morning and caused" eight hundred
thousand dollars less. It originated In
the plant or the Eagle White Lead1!)!).
A number of big manufacturing concerns
were wiped out, "
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SEVEN KILLED
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BOILER ON COAL BARGE EXPLODED
BRINGING DEATH TO "
SEVEN MEN.
. NHJW YOKKSliij. IS.?Seven mat!
Would Swing
If Flnhd Guilty
KEYSER, W.p'ai'.-Aug. 23,-Prpsecuting
Attorney <A- .O. Hood will make
a strong effort $ have Henry Lehna,
under arrest at ^neadvllle, Pa., fpr assault
on young siliis, brought to Mineral
county for trial. The mah^TJ;
charged here with abusing Nellie Ott'
Such crimes. at? a; capital offense
this State. |n;.;P?ihnsylvanla the extreme
penalty .wili; be fifteen years.
WEST NEWTON,-Pa., Aug. 23. ?
Geenral satisfaction Is expressed here
over the capture of-Henry Lehna, alias
Wagder, in Jail at "Meadville, the confessed
assailant of; three young girls.
The only sympathy heard Is that for
his tender young* victims, two of whom
will be Invalids for a long period, and
for his gray-haired parents here.
When it'became known that Wagner
was arrested near Meadville op Sunday
aftBr .his terrible abuse of Anna
Whitehead, the young daughter or the
former Pittsburg minister, there was
a hurrying of the friends of the family
of William Zumbros, father of 'the
West Newton child victim, to congratulate
him'. The aged grandmother of
the victim was- ong of the-first -to
reach the h(iusi '(Little Maty Medsger
was visiting het on. tbeday she
was dragged Ihtotthel cornfield by Lehna,
The child 4ad assisted In the
Identification of'.Ste.hrtitefs picture,".
YeMerday-She'gfahjar onifier bed,
gyathgd She managed
to, sit, up arid ljls^'^er .igedirelatlve,
-a Wpiterjftti
pan? pf dtlsJdedds&TBMs now developing.Jthat.he
disappeared periodically
fiy^p affer.he )tad married prettyAnnje
Sfeflfin. .Vhenshe ,t*turnelf home he
would-nevjer .disclose. Where he had
been. The mystery,of,;how he camp to
lose hls;;eye_ taa.pever been solved'.
Often, piping, pressed, he 'jpoaljf^fp,se
to answpr. ,. ...
A .straage chaln of clrcumstahce's' is'
Coy being connected with Lfihna and
Jils ljlvthplace.. He., was born at? a
small village In Westmoreland county
called Calamity. Calmttles hare dominated
his qreer,. according-to 'hta
fpriner best friends. I?.1a - matter of
history that the two -manufacturing
plants for ^ which he . worked while a
resident of \Vest Newton went to the
wall."
There.Is great anxiety among-the
police here as to who will receive the
reward of $200 for .the capture of Lehna,
which'"has been offered by'this
county.
Delia Fox Very III
PERITONITI8 SEIZES ACTRESS AT
THE HOTEL LINCOLN IN
PITTSBURG. ...
PITTSBURG, Aug. 23?Delia Fox.
the actress, who opened an .engagement
at the Grand Opera House on
Monday, Is a victim of peritonitis, at
aer upuniucuis m. me xiuit'i L.mcom.
The actress was attacked!- on Tuesday.,
Yesterday her-condition was reported
serious. At one o'clock today
she was reported to be resting
easy.
Her engagement at- the Grand was
cancelled for the rest of the week.
Madge Fox, a young singing and tumbling
artist from New York, was
brought on to fill the prima donna's
place on the vaudeville bill.
LAID TO REST
REMAINS OF MADISON CARTER
WERE BURIED IN FAMILY
BURIAL GROUND.
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Funeral services over the remains
of Mr. Madison Carter, whose sudden
death oocurred on Wednesday evening,
were held this, afternoon at three
o'clock at his late residence at Mt.
Harmony. Rev. J. C. Broomfleld,
pastor of the Methodist Protestant
Church, conducted the services, assisted
by Rev. 0. D. Smith, of the Methodist
Episcopal church. A large throng
Df relatives and friends were present
n+ tha aoFvlnai 4naTiuflna> nnmho* nf
Spectacular,
Pilot
TRENTON, N.J.. Aug. 23.?White
John Hutchinson, a blaster at the
quarries of the county workhouse, 12
miles above this city, was at worksite
was attacked - by a pilot snake. At
the time he was on- a rope ladder 150
feet from the top of the quarries.
Nearly a hundred of the prisoners and
Hutchinson's fellow workmen watch
ed his 'flght with the. snake, unable to
offer any help. The snake was finally
killed by a blow from a arm. I
One Mo
the Big
FRIENDS NOW RALLYING TO
THEiR FAVORITE CANDIDATES
?WITH iNCREA8ED SUPPORTFOREST
SPRINGER HAS NARNOW
ESCAPE FROM LOSING
FIRST PLACE iN THIRD DISTRICT
- PHILLIP TATTERSON
MAKES BIG GAIN. '
THE HUNDRED THOUSAND MARK
NEARLY REACHED BY ART
KERN-HAWKINS ALSO GAINS;
EDDY GOES TO 117,000 TO ESCAPE
DANGER POINT.
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ROLL OF HONOR.
District No., i.. ..
FREDDY EDDY,
District No. 2, ' : ; \
FRANCES A. SLATER.'
DIstrlctNo. 3,- .
-FOREST. SPRINGER. * /
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Class No. 1, ,
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FLORENCE' JACK.: ^
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y'Jpytf/A'BReimEtf:
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[ Rurryl Hprryt this Is^he last call
FthM 'wflt be mage for th/ bisyipuble
lvot?, |uly?|me d?yeft ^||et'|hat .lib-,
j etal onet-and aVeVelobicip, m, Saturcfay'thls
chance will be 'fdjerer a matter
of memory and In the.Jnal wind
up- on the 'gist' 'day* of August, some
' one . win>'be''a tew votes..behind the
winnerk And then'what, thought, will
enter the minds of the ones who have
fallen behind In the rpce. They will
say, "Oh, If 1 had known this,. I could
have secured .the* required number of
votes while the special offer for. double
votes was good and not half tried."
That may be the conclusions reached
by some but to the most vigilant that
will not occur.. They.-are now trying
and will continue to try to geteverjr
vote that It Is possible to secure he- '
fore Saturday evening and..they will
turn them Into the ballot box while '
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they are worth- the most to them.'
It Is getting easier every day to
secure votes in large quantities* as
most all subscribers are resizing that
It Is just as p'rudent to pay their subscriptions
to those who are their
friend In the race for the pony and
give them the benefit of the, -Votes
which are to thehi more valuable just
now than gold, or precious stones, as.
to wait and pay Itvlater on to the circulation
manager. ,
This was very clearly Illustrated
yesterday when a friend ot Phillip
Tatterson's came In the office and
voted 7,001) votes for him which would
have been enough to change the roll
of honor In district number three and
would have placed him at the head ot
the list had not a gentleman from
Monongah come into town on the
some klnd'of an errand hut being de
slrous -of helping Forest Springer,
cast his votes for him and thus the
day and the honor roll were saved to
Forest A big gain Is made In' the
Vcte In the third district to-day but
as the prizes for this district alone
are worth '$75.00 and cannot be duplicated
for less. It goes without say- ,
Ing that a sprightly effort will be
made to secure them before the ending
of the contest and to-morrow Is
the-best chance of all to do It. The ,
vote for;'llrst and second place Is how
very jlose-ln this district and four
years'-'subioriptlon would plates . the ,
prise,ring,011 :new lingers with a good
majority according to the vote publish- '
uT^dAir
Hutchinson h>4 be ; lowered about
half way to the bottom of the,chasni,
and was dtfngllng on a rope 75 feet
from the bottom, preparing to put, a
blast of dynamite In the rocks, when
Ills attention was attracted to a pecular
gliding motion on the rope
above his head. Looking up, he beheld
a large pilot snake gliding to.
ward him. He was unarmed, escept
tor the drill which he, carried to pry
open the flssuces-ojt the rook.
ay For
Double Vote
KIDNAPED FROM
AN AUTOMOBILE
ORPHAN BOY PULLED OUT OF
MACHINE CONTAINING A ,
GAY PARTY.
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Aug. 23.?
Charles Miner, p 12-year-old, inmate
ot the orphan asylum of the Children's.
Aid Society, was kidnapped
Tuesday afternoon at Euclid Beach,
by a woman who -snatched the boy
from an automobile.
The boy was One of the 1,800, orphans
whom the automoblllsts of thh
city giVe a ride and picnic at Gordon
parlc. The city council1 car. had reach- :
ed Euclid street when an aged woman
elbowed her iway through the throng
arid" 'grabbed the b?y who was in the
rey seat.' The; police .claim that the
lid's grandmother- took the boy. 'He
i^d-'be^&^en from'her by the court.
REBELS TAKE "
SMALL. VILLAGE
SERIOUS OUTBREAK HAS OCCUB;
WRED AND. REVOtWTION MAY ^
. BECOME GENERAL. ' "?'
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SHANGHAI, Cbina/A-Jg.'23.? A 86- !
rtouk outbreak has occurred In Ngamghwei
pcdvlnce, according to advices
here to-day. The- rebels have taken j
possession of a small Village hear
Tong Chlng and after slaughter local1
police and burning residences escaped:
. It 'Is, feared the -attack will neat
be made on' Tong- Chlng. The revolutionary
movement Is spreading rapidly
and great (ears aire felt that It'
will become general. Troops are reported
to have been ordered to the disturbed
districts. .
To Begin. Anew
v.)to* hsfi i
JAME8 JONES WHO; HA8 SPENT
' HALF HIS LIFlON PRISON IS
RELEASED.'
PITTS3DRG. Aug. 23.;-Jaa,- Jones, ,
now thlrty^ree, 'was' released today
from, the. Western Pennsylvania penitentiary
after nearly lghteen years be- '
hind the bars. He was . sent up. when
a youth Mr burglary, then released
and sent up again. He declares he tylll
start life anew, If nnable to get work
here he will go west.
Frost In Two 8tates.
WHEELING, Aug. 23.?A. light frost
was reported yesterday morning by
farmers living on Moseart Reymann
Hills and at Cadiz, Ohio, where the
temperature dropped to 42 degrees,
and other points within a radius of 25
miles.
WT? A ma.
new XippUUILIUCUL
GENERAL MANAGER FITZGERALD
ANN0UNCE8 APPOINTMENT
OF I3PECT0R OF YARD8. I
mr mrifAOC uj A or 09 /Ionnr. !
DAUX lillViVQ| OIU., AUB> *? '
si Manager Thomas Fitzgerald, of the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad, announces
the" appointment of Mr. C. F.
Thompklns as Inspector of yards succeeding
Mr. J. H, Rosenstack, who resigned
to accept a position with an- :
other railroad. The 'change became
Bttectlve yesterday. -Mr. Thompktns
wa? promoted from general yard: toaster
at ^lilcago ;Jun^on7a^ ;bM. '
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TAKES SHOT
WASHINGTON* COUNTY OFFICIAUM
Xontunna Is dying at a hospital as the '
esult of being shot to-day by GulsopDC
Coltettei an alleged black hand
nember. The husband of the womanS!
sras also shot In the hand. The assaik
Have your (all cleaning done by the
ugs, upholstered furniture cleancil

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