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THE FURNITURE SI
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I Masonic Audito;
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eif ucd. Gsmfrteie ^Abcnr
pbwp?bp?n?am?g?ctijmh hiu?>
1and
||5 Itexos for thi* department
cat or telephoned to the Tel<
Telephone?: Boll S90. Hon
': For
Visitors. I
Complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Ash by, of Deer Park, Md., Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Gribble entertained at u very:
attractive dinner of eleven covers Mon-|
day evening in their home on Walnut!
street. The guest list included tile
guests of honor, Mr, and Mrs. Ashhy; j
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gribble. Mr. and
Mrs. Jarrett Jordon. Mr. and Mrs. 0.
]j. Gribble, Miss Kathcrin Allebach,
(Miss .Edith Gribble. Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Gribble and Miss Ethel Gribble.
.
Enjoyable Alretiiur.
A very enjoyable meeting of theli
members of the Macedonia Helpers i
liible class of St. Paul's Methodist
Episcopal church. South, was held in !
the home of Mrs. D. E. t'asto Monday i
evening. At the close of the business :
session a social hour followed when
a delicious luncheon was served by ;
the hostess.
Entertains Friends.
Miss Frances Peterson entertained i
a few friends at her home on Mechanic, i
street Monday afternoon front -I to G i <
o'clock in honor of her fourteenth i
I birthday. The color scheme! of the \
dining room was Christmas colors of
red and green. The birthday cake
with 's red tapers was very beautiful.
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PEANUT BUTTEtR t
Freslily O-round Dally
CHICAGO DAIRY
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Priscilla Beauty j,
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Parlor |l
M. B. Bobbins i
Scalp Treatment
Sweetlish Massage with j
Violet Bay
132 S. Second Street.
Bell Plione 326-B |
i Aiito Livery ?
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EITHER PHO\E?
, hi mw.wjmy11?i1 i;
] Gold Medal I
TPT.nTTT? CI 3
In a .uw
[ Special Price far Thursday.
# Liston's
SANITARY GROCERY
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pun ouru i]_4oq noa oabs
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GlennB. Waters
*' The Real Estate Man''
305-208 Prunty Blclg.
!T' x %s~ ' 1 %
ORE OF QUALITY
7irst, Because
I IS GOOD
Shopping Days
r AU5 i
riurn, Thursday
ng
it. ure Aaee it
C<5.
ie2EIWu^eri4 c||^|l.tiK)a
I Personal |
are welcomed. They may be ?i5
tgnun'a editorial department. &8
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The diversions of Hie afternoon were
games and music. Miss Ka I hie rim
Street won the first prize in the teddj
bear game and iMiss Anna Virginii
Hector won tlie boob} prize. Mist
Street also won the Hirst prize in :h<
Christinas tag hunt and .Miss .Mildrec
Kinnaird won the booby prize. Delicious
refreshments wore served ami
all left wishing .Miss Frances many
happy birthdays.
Those present were Gladys Jones
Virginia Jones,Winona Bennett, Ruth
Furbee. Kathleen .Moorow, Anna Virginia
Rector,i Mildred Kinnaird, Katharine
Street, Dorothy Street, Virginia
Ftobertsoni Katherine Showjilter. Mablc
Myers, William Kinnaird, Garrett Watkins.
Paul "Walking, John Karl Woodruff
and Billie Owens. Those assisting
in entertaining were Miss Nell Pratt
Miss Freda Jlolden, Mrs. Grace Owen?
and Mrs. Tensie Wafkins.
All Are Invited.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend
a Christmas sale to be given by
the members of the Parish Aid Society
af Christ] Episcopal church Wednesday
afternoon in the parish house beginning
promptly at .1 o'clock.
A11-Day Unzaar.
The annual Christmas bazaar to be
given this year by the Ladies Aid So2ievt
of the First Methodist Episcopal
church will be held in the parlors of
lie church all day Thursday, December
T, beginning at 1) o'clock a. m.
frnniinnDfl />u no c*r? K V
SMTEl
Bill Which Would Do Away with
the Electoral College is Introduced
in the Senate.
*3Y ASSOCIATED PRCSM
\VASHIxr.TO.\-, Dec. Sena to I
Shaftroth, Democrat, of Colorado, introduced
Tuesday a resolution for a
constitutional amendment to abolish
the electoral college and make the
presidential term six years, no president
to be eligible for re-election.
The amendment would not abolish
the electoral vote, but the returns in
each state would be canvassed b>
Congress, the candidates for president
and vice president receiving the
highest nu inner of votes in each
state to be entitled to the electoral
vote of that state.
The amendment would also providt
that Congress should assemble al
least once every year on the firsi
Tuesday in January.
Direct election of the president anc
vice president by popular vote with i
constitutional amendment; was pro
posed in Senate resolutions intro
duced by Senators Thompson, of Kan
sas, and Gronna, of North Dakota.
GOllCfESCSPE
Two Inmates of the State Pen
itentiary at Moundsville
Make Their Getaway.
( r AtcociATtD
MOUNDSVIL.LE. Dec. C.?Filin
their way out of a cell in the stat
penitentiary here early Tuesday, Dout
las B. Wright, aged 45. of Coloradi
a federal prisoner, and George Pattoi
aged 30. of Mason county, climbe
die cell bars to the ceiling, hacke
tlieir way through that and the roo
then slid down on improvised rop
over the wall to freedom. Police otfl<
ers and penitentiary guards took u
the trail but no trace of the convicl
has been found.
BLACK LIST
Measure on Coal Except That for Bri
ish and Allied Ships.
( V ASSOCIATED PREEC)
WASHINGTON'. Dec. 6.?Great Bri
ain has given notice that because <
the scarcity of tonnage and coal tl
government can no longer guarant*
coaling facilities at British ports t
others than British and Allied shit
and no neutral owners "who have ui
dertaken to utilize their vessels - I
such a way that British or Allied ii
terests are benefitted."
t.>' vCl; ' <S1'1''ij. 'Vii-?T^v5?i*?' > 'iiHiitf'S-i'tf# Vtffertl
& % Nalsi' Pfi *i
SpgasgSES?55$SpB555SgeB
THE CLARKSBURG DAE
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[HaveYcuBeenSick?:1
Then you must know that
sickness leaves weakness and
you should commence taking ^
SCOTS
^ ^ t
to put an edge on vour appetite, ]
put power in your hlood, induce v
restful sleep and restore i;
vour nerve force. Scott's !
Ipsa true tonic-food which is V7I? :
j; tree from alcohol. 4UIL > s
Scftt & liownc, BloosaDeld. N. J. 16-28 j j
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Neat and nobby is this Parisian ,
talking dress of late design- It is a <
peacock preen silk Jersey dress trim- .
Vud. Us f.JLr!
EMBASSYSTAFF .1
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Is Given Permission by the Emperor
to Appear as Witness
against Graves. ;
( Y ASSOCIATED PRESS)
WASHINGTON. Dee. G.?Permission '
has been granted by Emperor \VI1_ s
liaih for memhers nf rlin n?rmnn mn. 1
bassy staff to appear as witnesses | 1
against Karl Armgaard Graves, self-j
styled international spy, when he is!,
arraigned here Wednesday for pre-" ;;
liminary hearing on the charge of at- *
tempting to extort $3,000 from "
Countess von Bernstorff. wife of the
German ambassador. The permission
was contained in a wireless incs-;
sage received at the embassy Tuesday
front the German foreign oRice \
in Berlin. Prince Hatzfeldt, counsel-!
lor of the embassy, through whom j
Graves is alleged to have made liis i
demand for money, and Frederick Ed
ler, the ambassador's private secretary.
will appear.
FIX Ah STATEMENT.
? 1
"?V AASOCIATKO PBIS3I
WASHINGTON. Dec. 6.?The Repubi
lican -.>'ir-ri'..>ioual campaign eommiti
tee spent $3-10,031 in the recent-Tam
paign. according to the final statement
. filed Tuesday with the clerk of the
. House by Nathan 13; Scott, treasurer,
i The committee collected S3SO.OOO and
I has a balance of approximately $31,700.
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|1 Childish
J Craving
f.
,e ?-for something sweet
p finds pleasant rcaliza:s
tion in tlie pure, wholesome,
wheat and barley
food '
< GRAPE - NUTS
Xo danger of npsettt.
ing the stomach ? and
jf remember, Gra.po-Nuts
is a true food, good for
o any meal or between
? meals.
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" "There** a Reason"
LY TELECrTiAif? WEDATE
HARRY STA
TO QUIT
\nd Accept a Similar Position |
with West Virqinia Ac
cording to Rumors.
llarrv A. Stansbury. athletic d 1 roc- 1
or of West Virginia Wesleyan Col- 1
ope at Buckhnnnnn, spent several t
touts in the city Tuesday morning. '
.Vhile here it was rutuored that i
hunsbury would not be associated
vith West cyan after this season and. i t
> titer runtors were afloat that he <
could take a similar position with the *
Vest Virginia University.
Stansbury lias been a ltip factor in <
he growth of Wesley an and if the .
thlotie board at the university should
elect hi.tit for a similar position with
he state institution, it would be takng
a step in the right direction as an
thletio director was badly needed at
lorgantown during the football senon
just closed.
Although West Virginia had one!
>f the best grid teams in the United
hates it got less publicity this year j
hatt any team lias ever had. Capers j
hmughoui the state that wanted run-;
or la I about the team were unable to
.ei it. Very few cuts of the players
fere sent out by tliose in charge of;
he athletic department.
Stnnsburv has proved in his stay at j
tuckliunnon that he t* the right man j
no tlui tiiii *i t MoiMT'ini iitvn 'i tt 11 t * lii>
"i um ?? i . ??-?? f,u?u" " it iiihi i n\
Mould be appointed, and ho should
crept the position. West Virginia
.'ill surely ho wol 1 advertised during;
lie next few >oars. Statishury has'
fie backing arid good will of all the
ewspapers hi ttie sttae and they are
11 anxious to sec him at the head of
tMiotics at the state school.
~w
)f Mandamus to Prevent
Printing of Senate Bill l\Io.
1 is Asked by Fox.
tn*V AT"tOCI*T ff fBdli
C* lit A R L K ST O X. Dec. fi.?Application
nr n writ of mandamus to prevent the
>rlnting of Senate' Hill N'o. 1 of the act
if the extra session of the West Virinitt
legislature of I'.tiri was made* to
he supronio court of appeals Tuerday
>> Senator Fred 1.. Fox, Democratic
eadei in Hie Senate.
"f lie petit loner alleges tha* certain!
eendriients in this Dill w. re forged j
nin the cnnfeprtieo erimrhl! ;ee ronort I
ftf-r the report had boon accepted by I
ioiIi Senate and House. and the bill
lad been finally passed.
j/hn T. .iarris. clerk of the Senate
rid J. G. f < 'chard, clerk of lh" House,
re made eefendanis in the proceed !
cgs. It is sought to prev.^t tlu-m}
ront r.iakii.i: tip the jotirnaU or the,
ospocuive houses, showing >l,o in-,
lusion of these alleged fraudulent 1
intendments;
The biil in question is that known,
is the registration bill. Tk? court hasj
lot considered the pm.tion. lit:? itntne-;
i'at?* a i t ion is experf l.
A JIKKICA.NS KILL Kit.
IKY ASSOCIATED PSSSd
WASHINGTON, Dec. li.?-State department
advices Tuesday include a
lespatch from El Paso containing an
mconfinned report from Chihuahua
hat German Arice Consul Carlos Ketelien
and two Americans had been killed
>y : Villa bapdits. No official cohfirmaion
of the report was received.
; ; i
Last December Germany had more ,
it an It).000,000 cows and more than
10,000.000 beef cattle of all kinds.
LANGHORNE SISTEP
c&sS^S^SSOSBS^^^m Jj^KMwaMBBH
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Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson (wear!
C. D. Lanshorn? of? Virginia, fath
internationally for- their- beauty, has c
' for his children. each to share alike.1 ,
Waldorf Astor:;o?'London; Mrs. Char
Paul Phipps of Boston and Mrs. Phyl
SDAT, DECEMBER 6, If
JVISBURY
WESLEYAN
OLD-TIME REMEDY
MAKES PURE BLOOD
Purify your Mood by taking
Etood's SarSaparilla. This medicine (
lias boon and still Is the people's
"nedicine because of Its reliable 1
character and its wonderful success
tS 4 1? / > 4 f>a%1 t 111 .VII # ,% l" f t> jy n ?. ? ttl ?"V * * <11 _ a
kk IIH- U'umn-in. (|| 1,1,1V ^UilUliUll \i *? I
nts?*s and ailments-?scrofula, ca-I.
rarrh, rheumatism, dyspepsia, loan
>f appetite. that tired feeling, general
debility.
Hood's Sarsnparilla has; been tested
forty years. (let tf today.
FIRST OF SPRING
FASHIONS IS HERB
\ J
^^^vVjaSk
Introducing a spring fashion, the
first to make its appearance. It is a '
walking suit, pleated in the front,
and cut on military lines copied from ;
the service uniforms of Uncle Sam's 1
soldiers. Ir this model the skirt is
lower than the 1916 style3. substanti- |
ating tfco contentions of the leading '
fashion experts that skirts had
reached the high altitude limit and
would steadily go down in length.
WAGE INCREASE.
i
fBY ASSOCIATED PRESS)
SHARON. Pa.. Dec. 6.?The Chicago
Bridge 'and I ron Works Company of J
Greenville Tuesday announced an in- ,
crease in wages of ten per cent effec- :
tive immediately. Over 1,000 mon are
affected.
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!S GET BIG ESTATE !
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1
ng haO and Mrs. Waldorf Astor.
er of the "Langhorne sisters," famed
ronverted^hi 3^ es^te into a tr?i3t_ fund
rnmmmmm
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)16.
Why do
on this 4
Why do wo repeat sc
~-T-i-j-u.,i. i.i_r _ _2
UXLtfll LUclL LI lib SLOre li
the largest exclusive
men's and boys' store ir
this entire section?
Because YOUR besl
interests and OURS are
identical.
We want you to gel
that new suit and overcoat
here?and you want
to get them where the
assortments are greatest.
Which brings us bach
to the starting point.
There can's be any
better place to buy thar
but at the largest clothing*
store of them all.
And that's NusbaunVs
Suits are $16.50 to $<
Overcoats $16.50 to $jj
NUSBAUM
Wi LSON ii
BY SON
As He Appears before a Joinl
Session of the Congress to
Deliver His Address.
QUESTION ON A BANNEF
Policeman Stations Himself b;
Women to See That They
Observe Rules of House.
f?V ASSOCIATED rl.KS3>
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6.?Presidon
Wilson delivered his opening; adtlresi
to Congress Tuesday to the nceom
panimctil of a great demonstration o
felicitations on his re-election, it
.vhich many Kepublieanr. joined tin
Democrats and the first approach n
lecklimr on flic narL of woman suf
'racists.
After Mouse ami Senate had stooi
ind cheered the president heartily ant
le had begun the reading of his adIrcss,
some suffrage invaders in a galcry
dropped over the vail a banner
which they had smuggled In with then
n a handbag.
It was yellow, the suflrage color
md more In bold letters the inscrip,ion:
"Mr. President: What will you d<
or woman suffrage?"
A page quickly snatched the hannei
rom its place. The president smllngly
looked up from his manuscrip
)Ut continued his reading without hesnation
or interruption. There was n(
esponsive . demonstration from sufrage
supporters on the lloor or In tin
;allories and the incident .passed of
without further mark. A polleeznar
ook up his station near the womcr
.0 see that they did not violate' th<
ules of the Mouse again. 1
The suffrage leaders gave out a prepared
statement explaining that inismuch
as the president made no ref rence
to their cause in his addresi
hey took that means of calling it tc
lis attention.
The president's address was devotee
principally to recommendations foi
abroad legislation. It was brief anc
NO MATTE1
8 the interest rate,
considered desiral
I of the principal is
The managemei
S31*
B< safety ahead of e
tion and an accou:
partment is a soui
I venient investmeri
I whether yon hav
I Thousand to dep<
J Four per cent cc
|| viaiAouuiw i
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PACK THE EE .li
we harp
3ne fact ?
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. syfelpii
ifeSOh B|
Sec "Faust," 'given by '"Y|j
the Marcato Choral Club ,|J
at the Masonic Auditor- >P|?
Sium, Thursday, Decern- ]1
IECKLED
IE WOMEN
11 required loss tlinn eighteen minutes ?
No attempt was made to detain tho
women an limy left the galleries.
Capitol police mild they were without
> oider:; to take any action except to
See thai no further Incidents were attempted.
After leaving the galleries
/ the militants were met by suffrage
leaders and congratulated upon the ex- j
HOME, Dec. 6.?In the consistory
t Tuesday Pope Benedict announced
3 the appointment or the rtt. Rev. Mon
signor William T. Russell, of the J
^ archdiocese of Baltimore, as bishop
: off
NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITIONS. W
1 To J. K. T>Orougti, h. J. Nowrild, wlioJO .-*]
I Christian names arc- unknown, unit Pot: ough-N'ewnld
Company, a corporation :
You ami each of you w'lll takernotice^
* tlinl on the ?Stl? day of November, ;ltUft, ;
* at the Bfiiton County National J tank, in |j|
* IteiitoiivUI*. Beaton County, Arknndnn, . ;i
and on the flth day of
the law office of ilurry 11. Downs', Roo'm%|Slm
Odd Fellows building, hi tho City
Clarksburg, Unrrlson County, West .tVlr--VA^^?aBnHM
gluln. between the hourx of It o'clock
and <J o'clock P. M of thoae dnya, we Hhall
? proceed to tnke the deponltlonH of ourselvc
and sundry peraoiiH. to tie read.dir. evlrt fence,fr<jgj8MMB
In our belittlf In ii certain Hutt In annitvJt r-JisOTHHMS *
[ t''ju d ^ 11 ^'''
[ between the same hours, untlf they "'re
J MlCXIAKll GUM AS and LXZZIK GUL1 AS.
j IIATlRY It. nOWNS!0Couniiel for Plaintiffs.
5 holders of the Empire National ;Bi?jk
j be held at Its^bnnkiUK house In the^Clfiffi|cM
[ tlon of d'lrectors and the triinHactionfo^ahi^?
. other ^buslneBH that may properly
o^eyionsideia^ ^
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