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VAylr. Yfl nhf ' ?& < ' ,] P^y'' cause o? a business fa' ' their mammoth busines Iraj S trade and have you nc I brands of shoes, clothii [8?&k r?. t ?. il..i B ui uuiiukmu t 100DS TAKEN FROM FRIEDMAN'8 , STORE FOUND AND t IDENTIFIED. t GRAFTOJJ, Sept. 24.?The prelim-, j nary hearing was had yesterday in ustice Lilly's office of the accused irtles to the burglary of the Friedman ] ilothing store last Friday night. The s lase naturally attracted quite a large 1 irowil of people who left an Interest j n the circumstances connected with he burglary! Assisting Prosecuting attorney A. W. Burdett wsb present ( md Ioked after the State's Interests. ' rhe accused had nc counsel. The result of the hearing was that , iV. S. Stelner, who claims to be a na- , Ive of Wllkosbarre, Pa., ami John D. , Hurley, of Nantlcoke, Pa., were each iel<l In tlie sum of $2,000 to answer , i probable Indictment against them f it the coming term of the circuit , :ourt, which meets October 15th. C. | 9, Brogan, John Brown, who claims ] Pittsburg as his home, and Bert | Leary, a printer, were held In $500 | ;ach as witness, tip to the hour of , tolng to press neither of the witness- ( :s had secured bond. , The testimony agaiiftt Stelner and I Hurley Is very strong, while that i igalnst Brogan Is very damaging, and i It Is quite likely he will be Indicted I when the grand Jury hears the testt- I mony that will be presented to that < tody. j Quite a number of witnesses on 'the ( part of the State were examined, all < 3f which went to make up a pretty ( urong ease against the accused men. < No charge hail been laid against Bro- i ;nn, but theer was testimony brought i jut that showed pretty conclusively i lhat he knew a great deal mora about 1 Ihe case than ho was willing to ad- 1 uilU The worst feature was the find- i Ing of a portion of the stolen goods 1 In the room occupied by Brogan and 1 his wife In tho Taylor boarding house where nil tho parties boarded. Brogan and his wife both testified that tho former was not out of tho room after 10:30 o'clock Friday night until ; six o'clock next morning. On the olifer hand 'the State furnished a witness who saw Brognn and the two men, Stclner and Hurley togeth- i or at the White House restaurant on i Lntrobe street Saturday morning about half past twelve o'clock. Fried- I man & Co. furnished a list of the i TIME T lent Inquirie of "over advertising" attributed ilure? tie merchant princes of the country s by advertising? nan who is seemingly throwing hi pace is enjoying a good trade? d of business houses suspending f< it noticed that usually such places i most all people now buy the s ig, hats, and most everything else? > the merchants themselves wear i ; the stores in any town that do the it to strang-ers as "the leading stori people now wait for an advertiseme 1 that advertising is no longer cons it is eonsidered a legitimate investor than the original investment in bu irly a Thousa *e list of subsi irion County, ;r wishing to i rybod v V. ' '' V 1 tji^ ^ ! ' 'HANU"''-'^ ' ' PUNX3UTAWNEY, Pa.. Sept. 24Frank Adams, 19 years old. who ?" * (hroa ggsks ago he wan orced on penalty of bis life to Join he Black Hand at Walston, a mining own near here, was captured by l iquad of State police while attempt g to dynamite a house. Capt Robnson of the State troopers, heard that he dwelling of Sulvntore Spanelll, who had Incurred the enmity of the society, was to b? destroyed by d|lamlte. Although It was known the lesperadoes had pickets out watching hem Sergeant Homer Chambers anil 'rlvates Casey, HdHS, Harpole, Flor ntlne and Moslelt, gave them the slip and at 1:30 o'clock yesterday nornlng Frank Adams wjs seen by Spanelll and that occupied by Felix md Domlnick Cattl. The posse rushid In on him and seized him. A revolver and a stilleto were found on him. Further search revealed a can conalnlng enough dinamlte to blow up in entire vilage planted In a cellar window under the Spanelll house. A use'wns attached but Adams had not jeen given timo to light It. When the rosse charged opon Adams they were ' * Vv.lf ireu upon iroui uciuas uic duccv, uun he accomplices of Adams escaped in he darkness. Had the dynamite been sxploded the seventeen members ot he Spanelll and Catti families would loubtless have been killed. When the situation became known to the fondles and their friends, the troopers tad difficulty in getting their prison;r away. After a sweating process, \dams Is said to have confessed to 2apt. Robinson that he was a member >f the lilack Hand society. He declared he was forced to either kill Spantill or pay the penalty of his refusal vlth his own life. He said this was leterndned at a meeting of the. local ;ang three weeks ago and that he was to have $50 for the job. Adams, ,vho is well known in Walston, has Siven the officers important informsdon concerning the operations of the Slack Hand. Sheet Music?Sheet Music. All the late popular "Hits." TYLER-DAVIS & CO., It 230 Main St., 2d floor. Fresh Oysters at Rohb's. stolen goods and the value of the same amounting to $08.02. The goods found In the Taylor hoarding house was all recognized and fully Identified. 0 APV !S . as the j built up s money >r lack of didn't beidvertised idvertised ! most ades?" int before ddered as ' lent yield- ?? siness. HUhbJLBM nd New Nan eribers, and i yes, many of see this list h yReai "Nothing S BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN PLANNED BY ITALIAN SECRET SOCIETY. CHICAG^O; 8epL 24^?Judge Kavnnaugh baa been informed by the police that his court room might have probably been turned Into the scene of n desperate attempt by members of a.swrrl society to rescue FtsriK J. Constantlne had the verdict'against II." latter been dtath. Constantino ran found guilty at midnight Sunday of having murdered Mrs. Louise Gentry. a g'.'ted young artist, who r?reived him at her homea.s a boarder because of ber sympathy with Italian artists, and sentenced to life Imprisonment Prior to his conviction, the police received Information of a plot by the society to surround Constantlne and battle with the bailiffs to deliver him from the clutches of the law, In case a sentence of death was carried/by the verdict The escape a few hours lot;**, nt wn npionnpfR who were III the tier In which Constantino ha.I been confined, and the evidence of a plot to free all prisoners procured yesterday, convince the authorities I that the unexpected removal of the! murderer to another part of the jail before the hour for the consummation of the plot, Is nil that prevented his delivery. The presence of two hundred low-browed dark men of sinister aspect gave color to the Information obtained. The secret society Is believed to have furnished funds and gave the prisoner material aid In his trial. The jailor will quickly rid hintself of his undesirable prisoner by sending him to Jollet. County School Books Exchanged. bring In your old McGuffy's Readers and Spellers, also Ray's Arithmetics. We make a liberal allowance for these on the new books jxtst adopted. Globe Rook Store, Watsori Hotel Bldg. tf ^wvwwww* $ DO YOU ]I SEE THIS?;; J CERTAINLY! J? 1^ Still Some People Hr ~ ~ ? A J ? ^ Say a smaii aa ^ ? Can't Be Seen. J WISE The constant drop of water Wears away the hardest stone, The constant gnaw of Towser Masticates the toughest bone; The constant wooing lover ^??*? mnir? V/iirrics uu. iiie uiuouiu^ And the constant ADVERTISER Is the one that gets the TRADE. aes Added to liost all of th< " 1 i 1 mem ngnt n vill confer a fi ds the ucceeds Like MUKUtKEU [ID ' BUT GOT OFF WITH LIFE SENTENCE TO THE PENITENTIARY. WILLIAMSON, W. Va., Sept. 24. - '' The Jury in the case ,of Mose Evans (charged with, murdering his Bweet| heart, brought in a verdict of murder in the flrst degree, with a recoramen' elation that the punishment be conNEW PROFESSOR SKETCH OF DOCTOR CHITWOOD'S , ACADEMIC PROFESSIONAL CAREER. MOIIGANTOWN, Sept. 24.-Tho I university has been very fortunate In 1 securing a professor of European his- , I tory to succeed Professor Fleming, i The new man, Dr. 0. P. Chitwood, I has given special attention to Euro- I pean history, and will continue his ' researches in connection with his teaching. He conies highly recom I mended by Dr. J. M. Vincent, of Johns i TT?1.1..., ,..hn ,11ronto/1 ' hIQ fTPfirllinKs liU (mills, *TUW UIIVV>^ ? ? c.? courses. He has made a very favor?.- ; ble Impression here, and has begun I his work with good classes. He de- i votes his entire time to continental I European history, while Dr. Callahan i continues to have charge of the class- y es In American history and political < science and the closes in English hU- I tory. Dr. Chitwooil Is a Virginian by birth and long residence. In 1899 he , graduated from William and Mary , College which he had first attended in 1891, and of which he was librarian in 1898-99. Between terms, spent In j college, he had taught in the second- , ary schools and after graduation he . was principal of Bite Ridge academy for two -years, in 1901 he entered Johns Hopkins as a graduate student, and held the honorable place of (el- 1 low la history for the year 1904 5. ; For the year 1902-3, he was headmaster of Richmond academy, and on l.is graduation from Johns Hopkins In 1 1995 he was elected professor of history and political economy at Mercer : College, of Macon, Ga. Dr. Chltwbud 1 has devoted his time principally to his duties as an instructor, but hue ! found time to publish a monograph on "Justice In Colonial Virginia,," 1 and Is joint-author ot a primary biographical text for use In the grades. - :IS AL anmunBHi ? ' The The be over and tl but reap tl er'sink. 1 lie than by paper for es practica the volume to be a ve cal mercha A< The bi vertising ii J- A _ maue sua i _____ pression m. where thes ' V the West Vir ese are in the ere in Fairmc avor on us by VV ftnement In the penitentiary^ for life. Standing room could not be had dur Ing the arguments ot the attorneys.: rue Jury deliberated 16 minutes. Eleven of the Jurymen were for inflicting the death penalty, ^ The case of Bob Challne who Is charged with murdering bis sweetheart about one year ago In Mingo county, is set for trial in the Circuit Court this week. MET MATH ALBERT HITE, STAR CITY GLASSWORKER, HIT BY EXCURTION TRAIN. MORGANTOWN, Sept. 24.?While tie was walking to his boarding house just below the depot at Star City shortly after 9:30 Monday night, Albert Kite, n gatherer employed at the Factory ot the Star Glass 'Company, was struck by the engine hauling the Pittsburg excursion train and Injuries which resulted in his death half in hour later were Inflicted. He had lust returned from Pittsburg^ on the regular train and, after stopping a lew minutes, tq talk with several men it the station started down the track to the house where he stayed. Just is he reached a curve about 55 yards hoinw the donot the train bore down on him before he could jump clear of the track. He was hit In the side and thrown to one aide, where he lay until discovered about 10 minutes later by Joseh Baker. None ol the tarihmen knew of the accident as the train did not stop. Help was summoned end the Injured man was carried Into a nearby house and Dr. F. T. Haugnt was called. Before the doctor arrived life was extinct. ? The body was brought to Morgantown Monday by Jenkins & Brown and was prepared for shipment to Pittsburg where the funeral Will be held. Hite was 42 years of age tuid an experienced glass worker. He bad been employed at the Star factory for some time anil had a number of acquaintances In Morgantown. A. committee, appointed by the fellow workers of the unfortunate man. took charge, of the arrangement. Tlte body will be taken to the deceased's relatives in Pittsburg on one of the trains to-day. L THE Best Adverl Not Wai * sat advertisers do not wait-until tl len try to crowd a whole season's 1 ie benefit of the earliest sales by the here is no better way to place your newspaper advertising. In Fairm this purpose than the WEST VU ,lly all the homes of this immedia i of its local circulation within Ma ry potent factor in increasing the ,nts. ivf rtising Paves t est advertisers pave the way to a t advance of the time when the sal lonsequently when the time comes ade by this, advertising directs the ie goods are to be found^at price t ginian's Aire Local Field >nt. Any ad' a skin c to sei ? p the charge that she came to t troublesome one to handle fo^ ; :: r be received here, an,I li Is expo i . The transcript of cllen was rather startling. Miss Kllppenhurgr having been otmtif* nf lid?? World are honjl); notified fliat theip regular revle held hereafter onTuesday evenlmotB each week In Hall dreraH the Home 3avlngs lit o. b. McMillan, r. k. Wt-- ^TftTr rrTnilrlli^B tiscrs ^ I % uvvr : ' -. %f|(? BL JL^BL JL %% JL * Wl |g?