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^ an(1 wI fu lo Blias
cre?^^ .Grant district;
' The following inurrlago license
C'f^elit, and ^ugan Uaie Cunning
I allowing . suit was Instlt
y In ,thff Circuit court:
can Lou ltd ry Company y
lander, special commisic
r. rules.' Upon potlton. J
d, attorney for the plaint
iaB been accomplished in'
jcturtMind concert, the i
for.high ,class music by
robchvprobably than by
ih. Th"e; leader of the
mphqny ill'Chestia which
,t the. Grand Tuesday, J
laa higlliy developed the
peaking clearly, interesti
Se.wJUt..., literary and c
a has'tJUltared his viewpi
nhtttnlrtD miiwlo nml l:
gojima .Wfffiev- lias to thank
Damroscli for popularizing ii^^i
I^,MRS. GEN'L TOM THI
- rThe reductions tell their o
must be In- touch wlt^ the *P
they are made, to realize the
ca ber immortal husband in fifteen
1 the works./ When Mr. Datnfosch was con
^ a's dueling his own company in Gcrmai
opera, over the United States, lie lec
to red upon the .Wagner music dramas
'"Ka" summarizing tlie stories, at tlio sanw
time that hc'illustrated upon the piano
W"' forte principal themes and tlioir de
'? 0[ veiopment. Mr. Datnroseh made Wag
tier.vital to fhousunds who otherwise
" would have listened uniiitclligeutly to
011 tho works or would nol have attended
l;on" their performance. <
For the Debussy; "Pelloas and Mclisande,"
Mr. banirosch performed a
,*,ls like service In New York City and elseL>
where. To this work lie brought the
sume analytical pow.ecS 'hat mark his
,'oa work as a conductor.
Everybody say3 the show now
ullMi on at the Hippodrome is one of
the best of the season. A splen.
0 did show for Ladies and Children.
" ' Special Matinee Today; Adults
( J./ 10c; Children 5c.
;A- | NOTICE TO FARMERS
ruis- Kor_a llniited' time Ihu West
ioi>u- j Virginian will run small adver- :
Uai- i tlsements, without charge, fo'r .
a"Y | farmers who have for sale eggs, i
New ; chickens, sausage, honey and j
; other farm products thut may coti- i.
anu- vculently he scut by parcels post. |
fac- j Send In your name. It. I), loute, j.
ugly j number and list of articles to bo j
' ac- | sold, with nrlccs.
illier Thin ;s cone to sit;!' the city j
>luts | people a chance to buy fiesh jiro- 1
nusi- I-(luce direct from the'farmer and
j test the practicability of the par- j
Mr. ' eel post.
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JMB AT THE GRAND TO NIGHT.
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tk a Vengeace
v/n message of economy but the'buyer
lendid quality of the clothes om which
ry Overcoat In our (tore arc subjected i
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;t8 : $ 7.50
ts .V, -11.25
it*:...:.U.7." 18.75 -
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ABDRESS BEFORE tHE WOMAN'i
$LUB WAS dftEATLV EMJOYEC
'' |Y ALL WHO hEARb Afeft! **
Miss Julia Morgan lldj-dlhg. o
I'rttf.burgh, was the attractlo'fi"ai tb<
Woman's Club yesterday and despiti
the unfavorable weather conditio!
which prevailed, a large audience wai
present and accorded tho speaker tb<
most flattering attentlop.
Miss Harding's subject was, "Cur
rent Events," and during the hour it
which she spoke gave a most compre
hensive resume of current events, bott
at home and abroad.
neforo Miss Harding was introducci
by the president, Mrs. Howard N. Og
dnn, Mrs. Oliver Wood rendered a vo
cat solo, with Miss Estelle Hamiltonai
the piano. Miss Mary Louise Nichols
rpndered a piano solo before adjourn
IN UNION DISTniCT BROUGHT TO
A SUCCESSFUL CLOSE YESTER
The first half of the school year oi
the schools of Union district. Includ
ing tho First ward schools, was
brought to a successful closo yestor
Upwards of 750 pupils were enrolled
during the term and the work acconr
pllshcd has been splendid and cf a
, The ward schools consisting of tin
Central school building, the East Park
building and lh? State street- building
have each nad largo enrollments and
are In good condition as regards sank
' Tbe buildings of the First ward are
all new and are kept in excellent sanitary
condition under the supervision
of the principal. Rev. W. A.'Huste'ad.
Seventeen tcnchers are employed In
these schools and together, with the
principal are working diligently for
the success of the schools.
The Central building Is now full and
each of the other two buildings are
half occupied. The buildings are entirely
completed but so far the enrollment
has not justified the occupancy
of the entire buildings.
OVER REMAINS OF MRS. ASHBEL
tilDC.UIl n HELD THIS MORN.
INO AT THE HOME OF JUDGE
Funeral services over tlio remains
of Mrs^Ashbcl Kalrclilld whose death
occurred Thursday were lield this
morning at the residence of .fudge-Ma son
ii^^Iorgantown avenue./ f , ^,
Ur. H. p. Stoetser, of the First Pros'byteria'ii
church, conducted the funeral
This afternoon at 1:50 the remains
were token to Morgantown where they
wore laid at. rest. The funoral cortege
went directly from the depot to the
MAN WITH HEART UESIONC If
PERMITTED HIS FREEDOM.
' Police court this morning was r
poor one for the city, there being bit
t/iree prisoners, each fined $2.00 and
costs, none of tho men being able t<
pay their fines. Tho most money nm
one of ,the .men had was'45 cents
, while another hpd 20 cents und tin
oth$r one three centV"" '*'
Olio.of the men wUrftmSln in jat
- 'Mii- tawfji
tiiww uu.va iu oumu mil uiiic uijuun
lent to. Ul? flne, wJille the two oH?M'cro
relearfeiF1; C>Vit?, ii'if felt! man win
bqs to be Piffffiiit' 6t
few weeks, v/tft C&5rtMr-"'ffJ 'the ad;
of the elti.v and 'given a good star
towards soma other community, whil
the other man was first taken to i
- physician a.nd then given his 20. cant
t and turned free. He is sr.ld to havi
a leaky heart, and continually spa
blood this morning, causing the off
cars to feat' that he might die at an;
time.- Several forfeits were turned In
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heartburn, gas, DvapfcPBlA
AND ALL STOMACH DISTRESS
I ENDED WITH -FARE'S DIAPEPI
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You don't want a slow regfedy when
ypur stomach is bad?or an uncertain
| oner-or a harmful', ome?y.ojtr stomach
is "too valuable; you musn't-Injure It
W'lt^taatlc dnign; I ; .
' ' Palm's Dtapepslu ;i? uotedfor it's
ppeed in giving'i?Hef;Mt's- harmless'
neis; It's certain. tmfalllpg:. action ip
! regulating sick, sour; gassy stomachs.
1 It's millions ot cures tnr Indigestion,
* dyspepsia, gastritis and other stone
' ach trouble has made It famous the
Keep this perfect stomach docior In
, your home?keep It handy?get a large
. fifty-cent case from any drug store and
i then it anyono should' cat something
which doesn't agree' with them; If
what they eat lays like lead, ferments
1 and sours and forms gas; causes head'
ache, dizziness and nausea; cructaI
tlous of acid and- undigested food?re1
member as soon as' Pape's Iflapepsln
1 comes In contact with the stomach all
such distress vanishes. It's promptness,
certainty and easo in overcoming
the worst stomach disorders is :<
revelation to thoso who try It.
GRANT TOWN CLUB.
U-allah Springs defeated the Inspectors
Inst night by taking, two of ih>.<
| three games. The scores were close
I ojtccll In the second game when Mich
I ael succeeded In cutting off 111'plus
and Tootliman repeating Michael's
scbro In the 3d.
' IJeckert (it '75' 80-21'!
i\ Tootliman (to 91 111?292
; Michael ..... I.... 78 111 SI?270
Total ...259 277 272?SOS
i Russell S3 . 81 93?257
Fluharty 89 86 SO?255
Snodgrass 81 81 83?218
Total ..1266 248 23(1-760
Standing of the Club;.
W. h. 1'ct.
FalrWew 2 1 .687
Itailah'Springs ........ 2, 1 .867
Grays Fiats I 2 .333
inspectors ............ 1 2 .333
Tootliman and Pell defeated , their
opponents, Hecttert and , Lcmley re
Fpectlvely. in a two man' exhibition
game ISst night as follows:.
ifeckert?/ ^ t lialjs. Total.
1st game 6 . ' 39
2d gamp ...M. 7. ', 42
' 3d game i,.$ 41
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Total 21' . 122 |
I Toothmnn - Balls. Total.
. 1st game !t 81
|8a"?iun6 ...ii 8 78
3d game 7 73
Total 24 238
Lcmley? Halls. Total
' 1st game '.? 8 62
id game ? 2 23
3d game 4 33
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Hell? . Halls. Total
1st game 7 58
2d ga'nto t3 37
3d gumo * 11 83
Total 31 210
Coburn lost 2 or-3 games to Bell at
Checkers. Cobern aild> Hell wore evenly
matched and the games .were evenly
tlivltieU until Hie thitd-lu which Cobern
having had the ndvantngo lost to
Bell 011 an error. Tlte. game at thi>
point developed the \following pout
whites?9. 6, .10, I?. 11. .16.
Bell, blacks?] 3. 20. 22. 23, 27. 32. .
Oobeen moved whites and game pro
eecded as follows: 9-14, 22-1S. 15-22.
23-19, 16-23, 27-2, 10-14, 2-7. 11-15, 7-10,.
14-17, 10-19. Hone the game was aban
, doned by Cobeni.
Hell lost threo straight games to
1st game?The following positions
developed: Kotlillsberg. whltesr-13.
| Mi K10. Bell blacks, >1, K21, K23.
Bell movod blacks and game' pro'
eeeded as follows: 23-18, 10-7, 1S-9,
1'i-fir 1-10, 7-1-t'; whites win...
| 2d ga'mc-iThe following positions
developed: RothlUSerger,-whites, Kl.
( 16, 1C. Bell, blacks, KM,' 3,' 7. White
moved and game- proiieoded, Jp-ll, 6-10,
t 1# 10-15, 6-10, 15-19,ao-6, 18-15r 11-7,
:. 3-10,'16-11,16-8, 6-24: Whiles win.:
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I LYNCH NEGRO.
PARIS, Tex., fJaaUls'.?Henry Mou,
son, a negro who shot and killed the
JI S-year-old^ daughter of D.'iferrell, a
11 fanner near PacatiGep, k jveelc ago,
I waa hanged from a telephone yolc in
. the public square lat6'to-day -by n
, tf.6b. The negro was taken from the
sheriff and bis deputies after he had
f pieatjcf guilty been en
i^tion; ileMje Smith Davis, a mino
under the age of 21 years: Charie
Edwin Darts, the husband of the sab
Bessie Smith Davis; Jamcu P. Klrby
guardian of said Bessie Smith Davis
William 8. Waymond, trustee; W
Scott Meredith, trustee; Jacob 0
McN'eely, committee of the said Johi
E. Stpitb. an ndjudgOdalnEano person;
The "National BankJor jSfalrmoitf, i
corpxgatlon; Thomaf t^nlth; Rogi
Smith, administratrix of Hiram Smith
ddceftped: Cassdc l). Kendall; Jamci
J: Parks; Wa^ci frcKifort
Murriy; 11. P. GiAofo|ti)jj| alUothci
persons to the plpntffr unknown tvht
hiay .be creditors'o^tthe said John E
Smith or otherwise Interested in iili
iff' the Intermediate Court of Ma
rion county, .West Virginia, in chan
You and each of you will take notlci
that pursuant to a decree of salt
court, entered on the 31st day o
December, 1912, In the chancery caust
therein pending wherein you arc tin
parties complainant and defendant,
have fixed upon Wednesday the 19U
day of February. H'13. at my office It
the City of Fairmont, Marlon county
West Virginia, as the time afttl plaei
for beginning tho oxecutlon of salt
decree or reference, tin nbstract .01
which la as follows:
<Vf 4<i A.eilin. ../t t..r(?rw1 anil
?l IB lUMHt'l aujuugcu, VMUVIVU UliV
decreed'that this cause bo ana tliu
same la hereby referred to Albert L
Lehman, one of the commissioners In
chancery of this court who Is directed
to hscerulu and report to this court
at'the next term thereor tho follow
ins matters and things to wit:
"1st. All of the personnL\<atalc
owned by said decedent, Jblw B
Smith, at the time of his death and
with which said Ldllle P Smith, nd
mlni8tratrlx of such.dccedent Is properly
"2nd. What disposition, If uny, the
said Lellle P. Smith as such adminls
tratrlx has made of such '.state.
"3rd. What sums, If any, have beer
paid by said administratrix to tbi
heirs and distributees of said John Id
Smith, "deceased,-when paid, and'tc
"4th. What amount of said estate
If any. is now in the hands of said
kettle P. Smith as such admlnistra
5th. What debts, If any, are pay
dblc by the said estate of siild John B
Smith, deceased, to . whom payable
and their respective amounts and
"Gtli. What real estate was owned
by'the said John Id. Smith,-ltl'his life,
t'lme before the appointment of the
defendant Jacob 0. MeN'ccly as the
Committee of bis person nitd estate,
hnd of what real estate the said John
E. Smith was owner at the time ot
his death, where situate, and the desI
J. V. Coombs
3 P. M.
''' fm 1T1 liifinml 'Jh.t . .1
g been made of the kamD by ^fhe'eald
] MfcN'eoly an such Committee,. and
what part or parcel* of said estate
. Is now In bis bands Including Inotes.
; accounts, contracts, papers, money,
rents or other property belonging to
, said estate. And the'maid commie;
slouer .shall Jake, sjate pud settle
f ^t|s&f the sal* -tetmi. 0. Merely!
. as committee or John K. Smith, uej!
ceasec . c *
' -A "8th. _8ajd commissioner shall take,
' Mate and jsetfle./tlie atvoiihti of the
t flefendant.rVJJIIIanr S.j Huyniond. as
1 .trustee, making sale of certain real
' estate of ihe.'sald decedent, as set Out
' In Hie plaintiffs bill, and shall ascertain
what,, If any, of Hie proceeds of
said sale arc now In bis hands or may
come Into his hands ip sitch Trustee
?to which the plaintiff as admlnistras
irix of John E. Smith, deceased, or
iflflto defendant Bessie Smith Davis, as
t ils heir at law'may' be entitled.
"9th. Said commissioner shall
> state and settle 'theaccounts of t|io.
| .defendant; jjfc* S; MeredilK is tftis.t
tee, making sale, of 'certain other, purI.
cola of real estafe, owned by thrisaiH'
, decedent as bet-'outlit'tlic pliilntllTs'
5 ,blll|iand shall ascertain- what pt^ri. .If
I apy, of the proceeds of:sucU;:sblda'i to
t -now'In' bis hands or Many'i-omo'into
hip. hands as such .TrjKj'.'rtK.-^bj.yblt.'b'
i tnp pjalnttff as adini)tls|j'!ji,rl$'h' the.
f paid John K. -Smith. W-Ujo.-hlOfeiidiinl;
i BessiO Smith Davis as ltTsi ji?-if iil-laa'f
f btuy be entitled.; , "
I "lOtb. And such outer niatfewaild
- .things as'apy parly In. .Interest'mayi
require, tbo same being :per^het!f,..or;
such other matters as said. Commis '
1 Blotter may dceni.pertiniini," . '
1 At.which lime"and pkcp-you- aro te-;
quired to be present
Glvpn under my hand this ISfb day of;
- Jnnuury, 1913.
*1 IH-PT I 1 L-IIMAV *
1% Vt'Uli " Myf UXMI
" Howard N. Ogden, .
Solicitor for t'lalni I7t.
't;lS,25 2-1 ,K
' A warrant charging Clew Itoacli
wllli a ml.sdomcauor was Oils morning
Issued by Squire it. Lelgli Fleming
1 and the young man will likely be glv'
en trial at a late hour this ovenlng.
.Hoach was arrested yesterday near
the electric light plant by Officers
Crlss and Itoss, charged with being
drunk. While the young man was
t passing a dump of weeds on his way
to the jail tvit.li" thnloftfeers. he threw
tomethlng Into 'the hushes,' and the
ponccmen, uiion Investigating, found
that lie had discarded 'blackjack.
The Instrument was picked up by the
officers and brought Into court, the
wurrant being Issued this morning.
. The young man Is now confined in the
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J. V. COOMBS
ni t Miss 1
FAREWELL NIGHT "jffgM
THE WONDERFUL ^i?||
Mrs. Gen Tom Thumb
COUNT AND BARON MAGRI
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