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| A1 EVERYTHING
; jo These price
our new locatioi
I Iffrson streets. \
I fyou do not buy.
I! toil or
B credit
1 Personcdj!
Jss Elizabeth Stone left tlhls
nlng tor Covington, Va., to spend
traJ -weeks with her sisters, Mrs.
Sn&rlght and Mm. W. E. WadHrsp
X A, Flcklnger nceonipa;
her to Pnrkmburg and will re.
this-evening;
Barr and daughters,
med'liist night from a visit at
, ? !BoRo10l NC T? anil Pittsburg, pa.
'sre;, Hnrr Hamilton, ot Pittsburg,
Sfc-tHo guest or relatives in tho olty.
Bii Helen Pediflcord, of New York,
h SI at the homo, of her mother, .Mrs.
K*ria Hnymond, on Qulnoy street.
Mrs. 3. M. Wise, who was a patient
v.", ,f? Bercy Hospital, Pittsburg,.has reJ.".
*ag?TT. S. Hnymond returned Inst
might from a business visit to Washtmgtcn,
D. C.
*;. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Junkins, of Falr?B$t$?oirt,
who havo- Wen spending some
I time In Arizona, are the guesta of P.
T, BrafifeB and' family, of Oak street.
?Farkershurg' Sent Inell
... Death Hourly Expected.
The critical condition or Miss Anne
Bartln remains unchanged and he'r
fcath Is' almost hourly expected. This
iflornoon at -press time she was In a
mnheonsclous condition. Her rolaHtcj
have1 arrived'from various points
m
are in constant attendance.
pJWIII'Meet With Mrs. Stanhagen.
The ladles' Aid'Society of tlie CensH
, CHirlstl^in church will meet for an j
flWay' session to-morrow nt the home
if Mrs. Willi Stanhagen; on Jnmlson
?rwl A full attendance Is- desired
ly the society.
ValAntlnA Qiinnai
SSipjDS.irot forget the Valentine Supper
:;:_t 1 to bo given by toe Woman's Auxlllnr)'
i?r Christ Church at the resilience of
i': ' . -' &: W.-A. Wledehusch, at 620 Fair
f Bxmt nveuuo on Thursilny evenlni,
E&; from 6'untf| 3 o'clock. An excellent
g^Ki??BU, Bns been prepared whtch will
?en?4' tor the annll sum of 35
Admission tree,
the first' appeal' from the
taiTw of this organ Ir.atlon. Tito pub?e
Is roost' conllally Invited to tn?
gftSjgwmn'age Ih'o ladles'with' tliolr patron'
sipejfbr which they will bo deeply
^^^ptrtrtu).. - ;v
B^ntlst'CJnferenco Colled.
CI-ARKSEURC; .Fob. 10: ? The
Worthern Baptist convention budget1
'.conference will be held In the First
88TOBw^'lohurch hero Friday, February
K^^H^roi^l ht'io o'clock a. in. The
Trawln; of'Gntftout will
teOe presliilng oHeor,.
.......IN.
%y&Y-y>r'&
>ent. ^
jrnitur
oves,
aroets,
4gS,
attings
IN THE LINE OF FU
is only hold good ui
i, at the corner of Ji
3o come in now an
A Saturday Exchange.
The ladles of tile First Baptist
Church will hold an exchange on Satnr.iinv
nf thin -week. the Dlaco to be
announced later. Tbo ladies are also
planning to hold a rummage sale In
.March.
Evangelistic Meetings.
Elder Ira C. Moore, of Barrnckvllle,
Is now engaged In a series of evangelistic
meetings at Worthlngton, which
will continue over Sunday and perhaps
longer. He will deliver Borne lectures
on Christian Evidence that all
ought to hear. Let everybody In and
about Worthington turn out every
night. Meetings at 7:30 p. m.
SEVEN YOUNG PEOPLE
Went Forward to Altar In Meeting at
Baptist Church Last Night.
Increased Interest Is manifest In
the services In session at toe First
Baptist Church, and last night saw
WW Ussonsa In ntfflti.lnnoo na woll n?
tn Interest. At the conclusion of n
convincing sermon by Rev. W. J. Eddy,
seven young men nnil women came
fonvnril lor tho prayers of tho church.
The meeting will continue as long
as Interest Is maintained, and a cordial
Invitation Is extended to tho public
to nttend.
Walt for the Valentine Supper.
To be held at W A. tVoWebuscli'B,
620 Fairmont avenue. Thursday afternoon,
February 11th, from 3 to 9 Pm.
Admittance free. Supper 50c. The
public Is cordially Invited to attend
this first supper given by tho Woman's
Auvl1fn**v of /Mintof'a rhurrh Hnntln
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RNISHING GOODS :
itil we move to
ickson and Jefd
look, even if
Jackson
Street I
tloi became defunct, was decided: Jn,
favor of the defendant. There are two
or three suits of like nature tO'le tried
at this term. , I
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EPISCOPAL CONVENTION..
(Union Associated Press.)
SAVANNAH, Ga., Feb. lOMieorgia
churchmen are hecr In numbers to-day
at the opening of the Episcopal diocesan
convention, the first held since
the State was divided-. The woman's
auxiliary will also hold a session,
hratters ot Importance connected with
the growth ot the church In Georgia
tflll be discussed.
CONFESSES THAT
HE KILLED HIS WIFE.
Negro Coolly Tells Police of Murder
and How Ho Hid the Body
In a Trunk,
NEW YORK. Feb. 10?James Hazelton,
the colored man accused ot wife
murder at New Haven, Conn., was arrested
in a house In West Seventyeighth
street yesterday. Ho is held
at police headquarters.
"Yes, I kilted her," Hazelton said,
"because we couht not get along to-,
gother. We had a quarrel and sho began
to rake up past history, r hit her
on thn head with a hammet and she,.
fell Insensible. Then I stabbed her.'
When t wan sure that she was deal
I put her body fa a trunk."
Tne polite say that Hazelton said1
ho slept on the trunk for several
nights thereafter, then covered the
trunk with a quilt.
SEVEN LOST IN
DEATHMLEY
MELROSE PARTY WERE COMPELLED
TO GO FOR DAYS
WITHOUT FOOD.
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SAN BERNARDINO, Cal? Feb. 10.?
Tho Molroso purty of seven persons,
whJch left Neva recently and became
lost In Death Valley region, has been
hescued by searchers, -who found the
lost prowpetcora huddled together In o.
cave In the Pannmlnt mountains,
where they had taken shelter from the
heavy Bhowera,
For three days the men of the par
ty had heen without food, tho scanty
supply being suthclont only for the
two women and enlldren. A short
time before their reacue they had shot
two Inch rabbits, One ot tho children
was HI but was recovering despite
the unusual hardships endured.
They.attribute their long astray .to
CLINTON "DRY."
FRANKFORT, Ind? Feb. 10.?Clinton
county went "dry" by a majority,
of over two thousand votes In the
,l',; '/ IH-'.V 7.^v'';,':7 -i
men arc urged to tiring their families
am! young men their sweethearts, for
this Is a Valentine Supper.
A COMING BENEFIT.
Given by the Uniform Rank K. 0.
T. M.
The members of the Uniform Rank,
K. 0. T. M., are looking forward with
a great deal of anticipation to the
playB which will be given In the Opera
House on Friday and Saturday
nights and Saturday matinee, Feb. 191
iui<! 20, for the benefit of charity. This
will be In nature the spectacular play,
"America" anil "Louisiana" and they
are to be presented under the direction
of T, A. McCloskoy. This gentleman
Is quite well known In Fairmont, having
been hero before, and It goes without
saying that anything given under
his direction will possess merit nnd
novelty and be given In a w-ay thnt Is
attractive and entertaining.
Defendant Wins Suit.
CLARKSBURG, Feb. 10-In circuit
court the suit of Crugor W. Smith, of
Charles Town, against M. W. Grayson,
of this city, to recover $250 paid the
Intter for a Eureka loan nnd Building
Association bond before the nssocla
ATTORNEY TO RESIGN. ^ '
pi
"WASHINGTON, Feb. 10.?Owing to
some frictlcu between Federal Dts- i
trlct Attorney Breckons, of Honolulu, .
and some of the Interests there, Mr.
Breckons, It Is said, will resign la the
near future. Attoraey.Gerieerai Bonaparte
said last night that for sometime
past there has been eorrwpond
pnce/regarding the matter aid ne un-i
derstood Brockone would resign. He
saiil he could not discuss the matter
further at present
MINE EXPLOSION.
YUZOVKA,.Russia, Feb, 10.?An explosion
occurred In the Catherine mine
here and was followed quickly by Are. |
One hundred and twenty-live miners
were imprisoned in the mine. The
engineers and three workmen who attempted
to rescue the victims have '
been killed.
FARMER DIES AT ;
GROT FLATS;:
JOSHUA J. TA.LKINGTON DIED ]
BHORTLY AFTER MIDNrGHT
?FUNERAL SERVICES
TO-MORROW. ; 1
Joshua J. Talklngton, one of the
moot substantial farmers and all '
round business men of the- county, 1
died thl? morning shortly past mid- '
ntfeht at his homo nt Gray's Flats, aft- f
er an Illness from a complication ot *
diseases, Deceased was a son of the
late George and Drexla Talklngton, '
tile latter liavtng died but a few a
montlis ago. He was united In mar- 1
rlago to Miss Almlra J. Fhiharty and ?
to tills union two children were born, 1
one of whom died in Infancy, the surviving
chili la ,Mrs. James McCoy, of
Gray's Flats. Mr. Talklngton would
have been fifty-one years of age In
June ot this yenT. ' . :
The death of Mr. Talklngton takes
from the county one of Its best men.
He was prom'Sient In business and re
llglous circles 'and was popular among
the people of the county. He leaves
a large relate.
Funeral service's will to held on
Thursday afternoon at two o'clock at
the residence at Gray's Flats and interment:
will to made In'the ceme-''
tery. Rev. M. P. Johnson, of the M.
E. Church, South, will conduct the
services. Undertaker JoneB In charge.
There Is probably a bargain advertised
to-day which, If you secure, you
would part with for twice Its cost,
BILL WILL NOT BE
KEIUIWIUEKCU ;
i
outlook for sanity in cali- 1
fornia legislature not jj
very encouraging. |:
SACRA.M13NTO, Cal., Feb. 10.?Tho '
numerous telegrams of President
Roosevelt to Governor Gillette, 1
Speaker Stanton and others protesting
against the passage of anti-Japanese
legislation by the California as
sembly apparently arc falling of effect
at least In the lower house.
Tho samo assemblymen announced
their intention to bring nil possible
pressure to bear on the Senate to see '
that this bill, at least, Is passed without
material amendment This attitude
of tho assemblymen, it Is beII
>1 l? n?H.
licvcu, io uroigucu tw uwiu- iuc uuti
Japanese farces ta line la order to
assure ilie passage of the measure
over Governor Gillette's ycto after lie
has dlaappoved It. I
Simultaneously the peoplo of the
anti-Japanese counties of the State
are also preparing to kep an eye on
their legislators. Yesterday delegations
from the counties hegan to ar- i:
rive and will remain for to-day's ses- '
slon, When a vote will he taken on the
reconsideration -proposition. ^
It appears now as if the hill would
be. reconsidered by the lower house.
Whether the Senate will vote to defeat
It, however, Is problematical. *
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Forebodings In Message.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 10.?Head between
the lines President Roosevelt's
telegram received by Speaker Stanton
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Ol LIIO Viitiuvi uiUi oaaxMMvij, ?o uuvu
with grave forebodings.
It was Intended by the President to
be a notification to the people of California
that If Its logtslaturo Insists upon
the enactment of drastic anti-Japanese
measures, a rapture of friendly
relations between this government and
Japan Is most likely.
The Impression Is becoming stronger
that the exchange of diplomatic notes
between Jnpan and the United States
recently referred to by foreign Minis- '
ter Komttra it)l the Japanoso Parliament
has prwoceedod further than has
been believed, and that when the
President Insists that .the California 1
measures 'twould be considered an nf^,.
front" by Japan In case of tholr en-1
actmont, ho spoke with a full knowledge
of the nature of the exchanges,
and tho results that would follow Cal(-,
Kara la's favorable action an the bills.
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rHREE THOUSAND WILL BROWSE *
ON THE OAUSH-COVERED 5
FOOTHILLS OF CAL- ,
I FORM I A. I
Three-thousand aagora goata'ihgrJid
out on the brush-covered foothills
if California are going to do some
lard work lor Uncle Sam during the i
joining two years beginning this
ipring. The experiment will be
n-imta ,W<n -no n afrvlr ralslni? nnonn.
ilfitw an<l ad >an engln<?riiig?'aad .tree
iiillura problem. ;
The Utile whtte animals whose long r
wool Is of such great value are going t
:o Ih< put to n6 less a task than oon- c
Jtrucling mile niter mile ol firo line 1
Ibrough the busby chaparral growth '
n Hie National For.sts, saving much c
ivlisr by the United Sf.tea Forest Ser- c
rice engineers nnd making way lor 2
lorostatlon by merchantable treea. ?
Sot (ho least Im|>ortant loature ol tbr
?*iwrlment. wblcn tor the flrat two
rears will be oonflned to tho Lassen
FOiwf, Is the fact that the task will '
ja performed during the regulnr gran*
us by the goats which will not even
realize fchey are doing a valuable
work. ,
Plans for carrying on the work are |
inlflnod m a co-operative agreement
lr?'v/n up Uy the Forest Servloe and ^
ho owner of a band of angora goats
tearing on the Lassen National For- j
>st of California. The scheme Is to
nn (Iro lines parallel with the con. ^
our of the sloiies by cutting trails
ilxrjt eighty rods aj>art. TMiese trails
ire to serve as gulden for the augor- c
m. They "will graze In each direction
torn Ure tmil8. killing, it is est!mat-.
hK ti strip of bruWh about 300 yards
vide. The "wide lanes cut out aud
;r.m*d by the goats will servo us
ileal fire lints in protecting the for*
?L covered lands lying beyond and
irouqd the chapnrral areas, and also
miko a place for reproduction of
riercbanfttble trees.
n
For the past two years the gorernnent
has been carrying on prmanent
improvements In the National Forests
>n .in extensive scale, and the construction
of fire lanes and trails has
Mtfui one of bhe most Important fenfires'of
ttte. work. The. task of cL'.or- g
ng the ground and providing land
:or, good forest treds Is, jhowerveri
perhaps the most Important benefit
?x peeled to come out of the exptrllnont
Tho proposed work of the angora
joatK may finally solve the chaparral
>roblom which has been troublesome
n -the State of California for many n
rears: The bushy chaparral growth
ihokos out seedlings ot valuable com- I
nercfal trees which may get a start
Hid when dry la ono ot tho worst
(in,Ik of fire risks. Often a small
iluao which starts In It galas such
headway In a tew minutes as to trarDR.ESSM.
'
n the past has had Its lull share ot
Imber loss through destructive forest
fdr."-i"r Av-i 'v / ; v,,." \r r- . ' . *
Ires. At the same time, a large
.mount ot chaparral will be killed'out
o matte rom for the growth ot good
rees that .produce Jiimberv" It proven .
iiicceseful ^tittevend; ot;<two; years ?
lie work wlll-be carried to National :
forests in other.sectionswhere .chapirral
nas ehoke<l out good forest trees
tad created" a dangerous tire rlslt.
;
TO RECONSIDER.
Strong Effort Will Be Made to Secure
Amendment to the Craig Local
Option Bill. <
CHARLESTON. W. Vo? Fob. 10- .
1 strong effort trill be mailt) In the
Senate 10 reconsider the vote by
rblcb the Crnls local option bill was
irder-il to Its third reading. It possi-'j
lie It will be s?nt back to second (
ending ami amended so that'tho 'i
lounty shall be made the unit with (
dtles of over 3,000 exempted. There' t
nt some prospects that tbe motion
vlll prevail.
BURKE'S BILL '
I
leouirinp Wireless on Ocun Going ,
Steamers is Reported Favorably ,
By Committee. j
WASHINGTON. Feb. 10.?Represenatlve
Burke's bill requiring ocean go- |
ng steamers to be equipped with
rlreless telegraph was recommended .
or passage by the House committee
n Merchant Mnrlno and FlBherles.
I does not apply to the great lakes. ;
iOMPLETE COSTER OF
THE HANDSOMEST MEN.
V ?
Ifflclal committeo Which Will Escort
President Taft at Inaugural Ball,
? ? a
WASHINGTON. Feb. 10.?The olhtal
oominltiee of "handsomest men,"
icluillns: repihsentatlves from nearly ,
very State, who will form the inaiiural
escort for President Taft at.thn
nausural ball, line been named by
Mrmatt Gist ,Blair, of tae floor com
nlttee, na follows:
Alabama?Albert P. Bush. S
Arkansas?.lames W, Corcoran.
California?Percy T. Morgan. ;
Colorado?Chester A. Arthur. 1
Connecticut?Louis R. Cheney. I
District ot Columbia?Lara Ander* (
Ob i
Delaware?Henry B. Thompson. .. ij
Georgia?JUdge Henry Hammond. (
Illinois?Col. Fred H. Smith.- y
Kentucky?Hon. Morris Belknap. t
Kansas?J. B.'Oase. t
Louisiana?Walter D. Denegre.
Maine?Chandler Hale.
Maryland?Gen. Felix Agnus, Bnltlnore.
Massachusetts ? Col. George H.
>oty.
MlcWgnn?Albert Stlckly. ,
Missouri?Charles Nagle.
Jllnesota?George R. Smith.
.Montana?Richard A. Harlow.
Nebraska?Isadora Belgler. , . '
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TIME 18 EXTENDED. " '
CHARLESTON, W. Va, Feb. 10.fresolntlon
was adopted by tha Koage '
extending the time of the finance com-'
n'tCco to report on tile coal, oil and
;as measures from February 10th to
PRINCETON CHARTER VETOED. '
CHARLESTON. W. Va, Feb. 10.?
lovornor Dawson last night votoed
tin PrtnriVtnn nhiSA.. kill ,,II
ad "a provision In conflict
State law on the manner ot laying
evlea.". It was
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