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ju/ao t j u cii. yo w j I hands throagh I Y7ESTERI I MONEY TK Without worry, red 1 people were convenienc 8 Not a dollar was lost, a wasted. A great ser I THE WESTERN UNIC &BS=cr:gg. - -v ~2 ' FAMOUS PI FILM IS .J. ;Comedy Drama and Thrills Are Combined in Film Showing at Paramount House. At the Grand today. Own Moorn (Mary Pickford's husband) and Mar-; Ruerite Courtot. are .starring' in a Famous Players production. '"Tito Kiss." In this remarkable cotnbina-j tion of comedy, drama and thrills. ; kisses and aeroplanes vie with each 5> other for the center of attention, in addition to Miss Gourtot and Mr. r Moore the cast Includes Kate Lester, I Virglni.i Hammond, Ado'ph Men jo it i:. and Thomas O'Kccfo. The added atf tractions are a George Ade fable and the Paramount Pictographs. Tomorrow, the fascinating Viola Dana will appear in "Tlie Gates of : EdeD." a five act Metro wonderplay. ! Added tomorrow will be a Metro-1 Drew comedy and a Hearst Pictorial i |& News. ?o? The charming actress. Gail Kane, assisted by Arthur Ashley and a spe-; cial cast, appears in a Bra<ly-Made j drama, "The Men She Married," at: r the Orpheurn theater today. It is f seldom that such an interesting and " novel story is offered on the screen, Scene from "llie Men She MarrietT.'* |i: and it is also quite unusual for so ? many stars to appear in a single Proll duction. But the combination of the -;s. two, together -with gorgeous settings fyr, and wonderful stagings effects, go to j make up one of the best offerings of the week. Edwin Stevens and Ma.r! garet Gale are also starred in anofhI'1? i er chapter of "The Yellow Menace." | Tomorrow. Douglas Fairbanks will ; K' appear in "American Aristocracy." a j ft five act Triangle play from the D. ; aL, f ? alia -w' ^ ?-f' ^ T~7n~v i i;_?j.. ? 1 it J Ivlaconic i [I rr> i I uesoai I 40?Ail Star Cas I Music?Mi I "Look out for him I This rag-time I Seats en Sale at I PRICE TB I ' i ????i, ? ? fer- ~ | fvlciiQy t a i 000.OCO changed | ? UITIOIT \ 1ANSFERS p tape or risk 1,200,000 \:ed with quick money. Not a moment Was ? vice at trifling cost. }\\ TELEGRAPH CO. j _^-"'-Tgarr-ii^" Layers ; OFFERED \V. Gri tilth studios. A funny Keystone comedy wjjj ?l?o (>e shown. So many stairs of the highest ahillty to amuse an<i entertain are presented in \Vateii your st'du" which will b" at the llybinsoij Grand Ofcenibt r I a, that it would be impossible to praise nnt, ?>ver the other, for I each in his way. gives the best, there i is in hirn and due space pas boon a''- i ranged for theru py Ilatry B. Smith, the maker of 'ho b?plt. A chorus that beautiful, snappy, and can Hint: and djfnce as well is costumed in gowns that .,fr stunning, and make the spectators fairly gasp :it tlie richness ;ir)(l beauty. The producer r<?ally should he chided tor liis rpCkless disregard <>f oioriev. Thi>rc hna been a Innweninii' UP of pnrso fctrfiigs ft} offering 1 'Watch Your ^tcp" to the public, j f and it can bo Written d0wn without < any fear of contradiction. that the 1 show la tho most wonderful modern Arabian Nights' 'entertainment up to date. o-? The "Vassar C,jrls" Musical Comedy Company opened u week's engagement at the palace thjs afternoon. There are a nurhber of vaudeville specialties introduced by dif- ' ferent members 0f the company and a number of new musics" timbers with electrical effect3- The engagement promises to be :1 notable on" for the Palace as splendid reports have been rt ceiv< ffobi cities in which the "Vassar tiirly" havt. p'ayed. New ! bills will be pr<^v>ntCd Wednesday ; and Friday. Enid Dennett, th'" beautiful young star "discovered" py Thpuiins H. Iuee ' the oce-'f.ioh of h's recent. \ > p ;n i New York, is to r<>niain for another! month in the idQtiol) Picture fold, ac-' ! e to an' af'tmn''" unit mad i his] week from the Ipce-Trianplo studios t at Culver City. She has decided that: 1 she will "do" one pjpre part under the 1 I nee banner before retnrnjng to New I York to resume per appearance on . ] the legitimate stage. -~-o-? 1 1 Bessie Barriscule *?t>n vr$ll be seen in the long-await,>ti fatitasy-tlrtimii of < the mountains ^"heo she le presented I'lue iiiSee." ft 'ifr'"Kav j play from the Pen Monte M. Kutterjohn. This Is the subject that has : been spoken of Us tS8$ '"second edition LIGHTEN VP For the Holidays. stock ffi finishes is the most ote in egutral West Virginia, m toll you wl ;\f is best suited ir needs and will pe pleased to > ycm. n - jr ~~71 y n h - j Lwii- J 77-7 - rr ps -f n H ? i j t % - '? \ lii w k *.< -sj &J J i i \uditor'u^n f, Dec 12. it and Chorus--40 rth?Melody , watch out for Him. i Santa Klaus." Sturm & Wilson's $ 1.00 : ' ' " !E CLAUKSBURG DAILY r?t' JtSmt^^tmntSOSSJk^'^liwSMKSs^S^^ /r' *:$&; ? : \ \ " .-.ySl:.. ,m PAULINE FREDERICK, FAMOUS P PICTUI "Without personality the shadow Is c< moving hit of shadow?f thoreal, unreal, the line of face and l>ody ho beautiful i tint. Hjfht of personality in a flume whirl nnd now hrlgliti'iifl in tlio eyes, the Intern and innvcd. Putting it to vote before twenty-live reply will l>e. the "eyes" have it. CARDINAL FINISHED ? ?? ? 4>f 'Peggy.' " and is said to reveal the 'harming Ince star in a new and djp-j ightful characterization. SISTER Of Bridgeport Man is Author of; "The Beloved Son." Just from the Publishers. i "The Beloved Son," is the title o!" a most interesting book written by Af ? f 11 ni*>Ti t O ??i'f oU ft #\t' * K 1 5 n l? iui '? * Hi*' 'i IN ?? ui r iui,-,, , a pistor of L. M. Johrison, Of T1 ridgeport. foreman of the Telegram's pres.*;! room. .Mr.';. C-ostello i::-:os Fanny Kom bib Jolin:-oa a: hor pen name. ]*h'i| w as Met name he fore hor ma rriigp. The hook. which is published by Small. Mnynard anil Company.' of Boston, i.s a novel of real people, a striking portrayal of the beautiful i relation of father to son and a severe indictment of th run; trafTic. It luts in it qualities that ought to give it a permanent pi nee In American letters. Mrs. Costello has for years writ- j ten for the tnagrizznes and the name . of Fanny, Kent hie Johnson is no doubt familiar to local magazine' readers. "The Unloved Son," is her fust novel, and in it will be "ounda.11 I the skill and charm that marked her shorter fiction. ' _ ' . ) ISMS niV; MA<;XI:TS. ny Af.roc ??IO fRU3< II FIX.* 7 JIM. O.. D c. 11? Becauso of the shortage of labor, the Carnegie ? Steel Comptiny has installed two gh ita.utie magnets with which to unload, pigiron. Twenty men now used in that work v."ill be transferred to oth- , or departm tits. j Trade between Argentina and I United States in the American fiscal year Iblti. doubled that of 1DT1. amounting to $17S,OOO,O0O. against 0.000,00 0. F I ,."rry ' ' :f-v ; _ 'p. : '' > '. - ?'' I S|^ | I 1". ^ * V- ' vF' - -,' . E tr. \ : . ^j? K : '?Aa' . J1 if: ' f ; ... K ,. ; ,- -J... . ". , ; . .. . 'r . v V'-' F hi ; - . f .... MARIE DORO AND ELLIOTT DE MOUNT f One of the most beautiful romance: 'Te-el" players v;as that of a year ago. It culminated in their marriage. They they only began to be married. Their i j process, the perpetual Interlinking of V I other in the garden of their home at H< TELEGRAM? MONDAY, '*Mh'- ' ' "^mm- < LAYERS STAR IN PARAMOUNT RES. old; thA figure on the screen Is but a } Though the outline l>e perfect; thou els > n their perfection, unless there bunu i now flares, n<uv smoulders, now dhnj } st of tlie spectator is not held, swayed ; million photoplay fans t'nc unanimous GIBBONS S w tili V Six-Volume Series of His Rem-: iniscenccs anu'is in Fine iviental Condition. fflV ASSOCIATCD Fuessi IJALTIMO'Kb, Doc. ! ?That Cardl nnl Gthboh'.s, not .wilhstandi tig that he pa: ed his oiKhly-.soeoail birthday last, suniuier. f:;1111 poiggesse's remarkable physical and mental vigor, has been Ov iii' need by the fact (hat lie has just cum[ih tcd ;> six-volume series of his ritujtui uv'uces. F!e recently devoted an entire month to the reii'llilt? and revision of proofs of the last, two volunios. d ft tip working far into the hjght. and his keenness and liulcl*in detecting mistakes, his intimates say. was surprising: His last - n:-.: ;s "A Jlct.roapecrt of; Fifty Years'1 in trjjicii ho has gathered many id" hi: more notable sermons ami addresses, together with personal reminiscence:-- of his long life. Ot. hie iff oharelt mutters lie devotes . oreraI chapters tp such subjects as] Pr.t r.'oi is? and Politics,/ "Irish immlgrtvtio-i"The Lynch \ Lav.-." "The Fut.'.al of General ; Sheridan.'* and - IP Site American. 1.? nub'ie Tamil!! " "Wry few pep ;j'.e no v.* living hare soon the country ju such dtetresd as 1 have sc-n it.. !it- rays, "but. I have lived to see it in rroridevfi.il prosperity and to behold if grown into one of the great pawurs of the earth. VurtrtS'er :.ujr. mar tremble for the future of thi5. country, but I can have nothing but. hope when I think what we have already passed through, for I can see no troubles in the future which could equal, much less surpass. those which have a filleted us in bygone days. "If only the American people will hold fast to that instrument which : hccn bequeathed to them as the palladium of their liberties?the constitution of the United States? and fear and distrust the man who would touch that ark with profane hands, the permanence of our institutions is assured." The world's annual cotton crop in about 2,500 tons. iXTER, LASKY STARS IN PARA'ICTURES. s that, over happened in th? real life of bet ween Marie Doro and Elliott Dexter, were not married on their wedding day: union has proven to be an endless happy lvo lives. Hero they arc still loving each ollywood. Cal. '^4 ^44'i4;.i4j4;r' tiii XECEMEER XL, X91?L ^ j? THK HOUSK THAT KAISKD 8 THK .STAM>AKD I Monday Paramount 1 OWEN MOORE I 8 AND MARGUERITE COURTOT I "THE^KISS" !' AfWIod: Gwrco Arte Fablo I'.anunoimt PictO(craph.s ~ 7,~7~ 8 luesaay ivieiro a b VIOLA DANA 'THE GATES OF EDEN" | 8 B Added: A M'-tro I>rrrw fomwly Hearst News jj | Wednesday Paramount 3 s ANN PENNINGTON "The Paiiihow Princess" S Ad<le<l: IJnrton Uolmrs fl Thursday Vitaqraph I a MARC MacDERMOTT NAOMI Cn'lLDERS | I "THE PRICE OF FAME" I Added: Hcawl Sows. j j || Friday. Pictures Omitted j; I "WATCH YOUR STEP" Saturday Fox I BERTHA KALICH IAND STUART HOLMES "LOVE AND HATE" j|E Added: "The <Yims??n Stain 8 B Mystery" I'xu'iimoiint Bmy Cartoons. ^iriw aa SOCIETY FAVORITE - ^ a Tm/r A "fc.7 i VV JtL; ^jj ^ ; [4 fc i| ip I #f j ! f? //^p 1 I fep % (//' A Mill g / /; h : ' I / //: 1 - H I / / <r I ' i if ; I . ; 1:1 I - - -/ t$ | I ( / i4 t , ' :* * 9. f ? ;> " ' " f? 4 f?? ! <: * A' - : ?"? ? A: j:..^ . :. ::; ;: = J A- ?3 1 M ft. vi 5? / :";J j ? . ;' : >>> ? /~0 i- A- :: ,; ? f ? ' Z '> ? ay A - / J fV ^ V ^ -A /C <bty*i**4gri& >^ //\ Xi t 1 '< ;?$$$ ti'X: rt ill-I :'V Baroness von Schoen. Miss Catherine Birney, "Washington society leader, recently became the bride of Baron Wilhelm von Schoen, secretary of the German embassy. The baron will leave shortly for Mexico, where he has been transferred by his government. 11" Is to Go to South Germany More Than to the North of Germany Hereafter. . ? t?Y ASSOCIATED fnCSS) BERJjIN. Dec. 9?Because beer is j not an indispensable necessity in north Germany, yet is that In south ; Germany, the North' is to get considerably less of this product in the fu| tuve than the South. The North is i to be so restricted that, after it has supplied its share to the'arniy. It will have Tor the civil population only fourteen per cent of the peace time quantity. Soulh Germany has for some thno been allowed to use forty-nine per cent of its fjrai.h of the necessary variety for making beer. It will receive this same percentage during the immediate future. North Germany, however, which hns been granted only thirty-five per cent of its grain for bfer-makint: purposes, is now to be reduced to twenty-five per cent. Eleven per cent of this goes to cover army needs, so that fourteen per cent remains. As usual it is the public and only the public that is hit, for the brewers are to be allowed to raise their prices to compensate them for their reduced output. The result to be anticipated therefore is less beer, and that little "stretched" or watered unduly, at increased prices. HEADSMAN RETIRES. (BY ASSOCIATED AHCSE) BRESLAU, Germany, Dec. 9 ? ; Prussia's oflicial headsman?Lorenz Schwietz, has just retired after holding his unenviable position for sixteen years, and with a record of 120 beheadings. He is now 67 years old. Robinson Gran FRIDAY NIGHT, IRVING BERLIN'S Syn "Watch Y( 75 People?It's a Wihale A Ragtime Riot that Grli1 At, , cr*--.,,. fit ^ ^ J ^ Speedy and the Sput-Spu The Biggest Girl and Mil SCEUAT iSiADUE- TTJ2 Prices: All Orchestra and t Next Four $1.50; Hemainde Unreserved, 50c. ?hT fXR Organ* 1 he G Today W ~ GcATL KMEi and Ai ?ia 1 ? TH(E ME(N"' ISC33 , Adapted from the story b} jj Published in the Sna^ | Added" THE YE2 UJC A MfeJW TODAY BU< ? and 10c C1 C%?? WKJLH.WXPW3?EMWM?M II ??nPB^? Watch us growing. There's a : can buj\ shown by two new Pow week. If you are not a patron^of ti HAZEL BUCKHAM and L "A MOtJNTAJ "A WRECK IIS Starring Mclen HoLme3. The ? of Thrills. EDUCATIONAL SUBJI Finishing with a set nj Coming Tnewlay, a. J HELEN HOLMES in "A LASS Palace The Vassar Comedy < Of ton people, introdxicing 2 and vau devil 1 i ? I s j Change of Program Monet! NOTICE OF .ICDICIAL SAT-OS. Pursuant to the authority vested in me by a decree made and entered or; the 30th day of September, 1010, by S.<t Circuit Court of Harrison County. Vt>>t Virginia, in the Chnncery Cause then jf pending ol Otto W. Smith, ot al. agn .f Ceorge IV Carder, et al, the undersign</ Special Commissloner ivlll ON 8ATCBDAV. DECKMffna 10TII. 1016, .it one o'clock in the afteriioou of that day, offer for sule nnd sell at public outcry to the highest bidder, at the front door of the court house of said County of Harrison, all the following described real estate situate nnd being in the State of West Virginia. and the County of Harrison, and directed to be sold by said decree, to-wit: Lot number thirty-six (30) In First Section. Norwood Addition, us laid down upon the plat of said addition which plat is of record In the ofllce of the Clerk of the County Court of said Harrison County. In Deed Book No. 221, pages 30 and 31. and being the same land -that was conveyed to the said Lora J. Carder by Mary L. Hansford by deed dated the 2flth day of February, 1035. and recorded in said County Clerk's office in Deed Book No. 242. pace 2I>. But there la reserved and excepted from said land the Pittsburg vein of coal, the oil and natural gns, with the necessary rights and privilege! for the operation and removal of the same; uu well for oil or ^ Performance jj I DECEMBER 15. 1 copated Musical Treat )ur Step" I of a Sihow?75 People m iters. Fizzes and Pops ^ t of a Rapid Fire Gain sic Show of the Season KjDjVY 9 A. M. I I hrds Rows Balcony, $2.00 J I ir Balcony $1.09; Galery, aEV'V/fil I I V / ^ ?B mnA H m rreA safe I fl r ^ Today | I RTEDUB AISiHHEff | I E MAEH'IE?" I 1 - Harold Vickers?5 Acts 1 M >py Story Magazine. @ [xLOW a^TL^CE!'' | I DU THEATER I tEPTtOOF AND SANITARY M and Educational Pictures Only. | Ml I "I III <11 - II m n?r~ reason. The best pictures money ers- machines just Installed this lis house you should be. I JRE AMAR JOHNSTONE, In 11 l~V TA A IOVM H : I I/AIOX J Ftthe FOG" 8 spectacular play of the day. Full ? SCT?"JtEELi I.LFE" I ? and notice comedy. jj kt iitrial IVSastcrpieco ? OF THE EUMBERIiANHS" 1 i Theatre Girl Musical ?"J I tabloid musical comedies I c specialties. ^Wednesday, 'Saturday. I gas to be drilled without the consent of the owner of the laud. Said land Is not to bo sold, leased or f 3 otherwise disposed of to any Italian, .Syrian. Spaniard. Hungarian or Negro for the period of Fifty years from Juno 17th, 1913. TJGKMS OF S-AIYK. . One-third of tho purchase money, or so much more as the purchaser may olect to pay, cash In hand on dny of sale, and tho residue of the purchase money to he paid in two oqunl installments in six and twelve months respectively after data, the purchaser givlug his two promissory notes with approved security, and said notes to be due and payable with interest from date of sale In six and tivelve montlm respectively, and to further secure said notes a vendor's Hen will be retained upon said real estate. WILL E. MORRIS. Special Commissioner. The undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court of Harrison County, AVeat Virginia, hereby certifies that the above Special Commissioner has executed before me bond with approved security in the penalty and with the conditions required by the decree of sale In the above mentioned cause. Given under my band this the 13lJi day of November, 1018. L WADE COrFMAN. ? Clerk of the Circuit Court of Harrison County, West Virginia.