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TTBST SECTION ....The Furn Monday < Bring Us Youi Value J Brine tis vonr old mop t ?. l-? 1?fx is fv Clarks j TheHot I Your Credit is C a?b??'mgjMimjuiM jjmL! DENTISTS OF DISTRIC1 Last Session of Season is Held at Local Hotel by Dental Society. A paper on "Treatments of Diseased Conditions of Pulps." by Dr. TJ. C. Clark, of Blacksvlllo, featured a regular bi-monthly meeting of the Monongahela Valley Dental Society Saturday night at the Hotel Gore. The paper wan followed by a general discussion of the subject after which othor topics of Interest to the profession were discussed Informally. This was the last meeting of I he society before tho summer vacation. ;lt being the custom to suspend tho meetings during the hot wo&thor. Tho next meeting will be held Saturday night, October 7. at Fairmont. Members present at the meeting here were Drs. C. H. Nelll. H. L. Haterfleld and Basil Horron, of Fairmont; D. Fleming, H. W, Burnett and L. A. Stark, of Shlnnaton; L. J. Walker, of Grafton; R. Mason Hlte, of Mannlngton; G. C. Howard, of West Union; D. C. Clnrk. of Dlacks-vtlle; and J. S. Stone, W. B. Conaway, R. D. Rumhaugh. John Law, H. W. Atchison, F. 3. Linger, C. B. Church, D. B. Davis, R. B. Taylor and 0. O. Lyons, of Clarksburg. If WW Hold a Public Observance of Flag Day, Wednesday Night, June 14. As provlmisly announced Clarksburg Elks will observe Flag day. Wednesday, Jnne 14. Tlie exercises will begin a( 8 o'clock at night In the audi |~~ torlum of the Elka home. The ritual will be followed. Ixmis A. Johnson will make an address. Samuel K. Bentley will pay tribute to the flag, H. I | Arthur Helnze will give a history of the flag. Charles Gill will sltis a solo and tlio Cadenza orchestra will furnish I music. The public Is invited to attend. A full-crown elephant yields 120 pounds of Ivory. THI3 MARKET NEVER TRAILS You will find evervlj fchinp lioro to make your Sunday dinner the most I # appetizing. I Liston's 220 W, Pike St. FARM A real West Virginia blue grass Isnn of ISO acres at the finest soil In garrison county. Located five miles oat near tarvla road and 3 H miles form car Un?. The price Is lese than tlOO an acre and It you want the best, seo this one. GlennB. Waters Real Estate Broker 3Q$ Prugty JBldg. THE iture Store c md Tuesdc Old Mop-Any on These Two and $1.00 and we will ^ive vo 1.00 WIZARD TRTAN'fiLE ? !)? DOTTLE WIZARD POLI He WIZARD HANDLE HITS' $2 Worth NOTI Wo have been given special pi ng the famous WIZARD LI 1 his . fi.OO assortment for $1.0t old mop in exchange. Die factory does not care whi brand it is?or what conditi Iv allowing you $1.00 for it to rM MEDIATE ITTftTJASE s r Monday and Tuesday. burg's Store neFurnis rood Main St. Ml F VALLEY ' MEET HERE i CONVENTION ! Of Window Glass Manufacturers Will Be Held at Atlantic City in July. The sixth annual convention of the National Association of Window Glass Manufacturers will be held ; July 25. 26 and 27 at the Hotel Traymoro. Atlantic City, N. J. , The entertainment committee consists of J. II. Johnston, chairman; i C. F. Lutes, H. J. Walter. Florisso Pulloro, H. E. Camp, Raymond Cor nil and Walter A. Jones, and It is safe to prodict that these gentlemen will devise, arrange and perfect such n program to while away the time, betweou convention sessions, ns will make nil previous affairs of the kind soom hut feeble, imperfect Imitations of the real thing. All of last year's enjoyable features, the chaii rides, theater parties, golf, bathing.; etc.. will be called on to amuse tho manufacturers and their friends, hut | In uddition it is understood that some i delightful surprises will bo sprung. | This year's attendance at tho oon-j ! ventlon Is oxpectod to be unusually large. lops Are Needed Yet in the Trial of Will H. Omet for Murder of a College Girl. < * AIMCItTIO PMtS?1 ' WAUKEGAN. 111., Juno 3?Tho thirteenth panel of prospective Jutyni**n was discharged today withou* fl 111 n? the box thnt Is to hear the ca.'e of Will II. orpet. the Wisconsin student, charged with the murder of Marian Lambert, j To date. 1,036 men have been examined and two places in the box 1 remain to be filled. Court adjourned to convene again Monday. + + + + * + ? + + + + + + + + * + + REGULAR DAJfCISG CLASS. + +; Meetc every Tuesday at 8:80 + i + in the ballroom of the Waldo + + hotel You are invited to at- + tend. Private lessons given at 4* au> time fliy appointment.) + ?fr Phone M. Healy, Waldo hotel. + * r-.--t.t~-J GET YOUR 81WT CASES, TRAVEL.' ING RAGS AND TRUNKS AT I LOWNDES I (7 ^ Auto Livery Co, 819 Taxicabs & Touring Cars l ' jjw SUNDAY TBLEGSSSr, C >t Quality... iy Special Kind. It is of Days u the following: SH 1'ER For $1 C E! emission by the faetory g sE of moj's and polish to g ' provi<img you hring in it yon paid for your mop? on i' is now in. They arc introduce their lino to you. ihould bo made, as tho offer Ahead 'hingCo.l Clarksburg | +++ ++++ + +++ 4 + IF. + + + If you "love your neighbor." + boofit the Young Woman's + + Christian Association. * + + + + + + + + + + + + *.I-* + + + SHERIFF BUYS LIQUOR j From a Suspected Bootlegger qtiri I 1? ^I ? oiiu uic lauci 15 ivuw 3 County Jail Prisoner. Sheriff Ross F. Stout pitched Into the bootlegger crusade hia deputies and Btate prohibition officers conducted Saturday night and made un arrest himself, the victim being Thomas Jbnkins, who had been suBpected for somo time of carrying on a bootlegging business In Glen Elk. Thomas is now behind the bars of the county Jail and the sheriff says he got hiiu dead to rights by purchasing a pint of whiskey from him. The sheriff not only got that pint of whiskey. hut also another which Jenkins had on his hip and marked money that the sheriff had given him In pay mem jor inc nrsi pint. SERIOUSLY ILL Is Robert P. Liter. WeH Known Race Horse Man and His Recovery is Doubtful. Robert P. Rlter, one of the best' known race horse men in West Virginia. who has been in charge of A. D. I arr's stable for the laa- b w yeais. is seriously ill :tl his bom. on Woodland avenue, Arbutus Pare and his rettery is doubtful Mr. LI'er has been III for several .o:rhH. 'Bob, n? Mr. Mter is known1 ? his man* friends, is a native of, K* i; uc?t ard lias bee.j a* sociatM j ' !i the businesH for many 1 wars. He bus many frlo"<!s in this' and adjoining states who will be pained . to l?nrn of bis illness. f COULD YOU SEE^i How few dentists can make a II good sot of teeth you would I take no chances and come to II tss. 11111 Brothers' name de. I notes mastery In this line. Lm l Mi l a 4 iijl^ BET OF TEETH M>J Cf\ 'itinranlocd ,,,,,, V ? ?0" CROWS OR |- f|f% Bit IDGE WORK. f. , vO*UU Fillings ,50c up AH work guaranteed. We guarantee patnleaa extracting and other work with leaat die- j comfort, Pyorrhoea or Dteeaeed Gome cucceaafully treated. HILL BROS. DENTISTS K. ot P. Bldg.. CJpp. SheeUTe * LARKSBFRG, W. TA.. SI BROAD CAST FOR ALL "I < Is This Article and No Others i Need Take the Trouble of ' Reading It. To some of you who tour! thin article it will moan tho open gate* to' prosperity. If you nre devoid of nil trace of energy or ordinary ntnbl-1 tton It Ih no ubo. Don't read this any further. There Is nothing in it for you. Hut If you are interested and an* a live wire, here is a broad cast message for you with ;t personal nu ning The "10,000 Club" li an opportunity created for you and your kind It la a sort of opening that you energetic ones are always look in?r for The chance to secure nil th?- prosperity and happluess you I want without one cent of cost to vou Hy Joining the Telegram's 1 '.ono Club" you will be entitled to' your share of the $4,360 in prlies Kvery active member wili receive either a cash or merchandise award, ranging from the Overland slx-cyl> Inder cars, down to pianos. talking machines, diamonds. elo. The ran'! l.oso" feature* will appeal to | you if you are the kind of man or uomau who asks fair play. Not only ar?- you assured when you out or the eluh nt certain profits but the compensation will be far more generous than uu.v previous circulation campaign e\or inaugurated in Clnrks| burg. The 10.000 Club" is a voting c impaign whereby every on? is inter jested The friends nnd readers of the Telegram take u part In the dub. The largo number of folks who east votes and participate In I the rare make it possible for the' , Telegram to offer extraordinary re-j wards of great value. In the "l?Vj ; 00" Club" tlie prizes will be distributed according to the number of .votes secured by the various club ! members. Also each issue of the] paper contains a free ten vote coupon. Every member of the club ir. allowed to turn in Just as many j of the coupons as he or she can; I secure. Votes sec tired with each subscrip-1 lion payment from six moths up. Both new and renewal subscription ] entitle you to recoive the votes. | j In addition, each member of the club can add to their vote score by having the subscribers to the j Telegram sign the complimentary REA! For Stip)x>rtlnK the Young W? ('la Reaao.ns why the Clarksburg Young Woman's Christian Assoclatlon should be maintained arc an follows: Because a suitable building would servo as a center for all women of this city. Bemuse the association Is a prae. Ileal everv-dny-ln-the-year agency for the betterment of young women. Becuuso there are a hundred and one attractions of u demoralizing nature open to young women. A well-j quipped association In a great coun-| tor attraction . Because there are many self-supporting young women away from their own homes, who find the association a "real home" a place In' which to entertain their friends. Because It is a social center where needed recreation may be had under wholesome condition*. Because the work must not t>e retarded. Because hundreds of young worn-, on will bo Introduced to itilluences which make bolter homes and better citizenship. Because it is a place of social sor-1 vice for the girl who has had train-' ing and u plac of help for the girl who hatt never had a rhnnco. The slogan wan $6,l?u0, und Qve j hundred members. More than $6,000 ' has been raised and tho slogan in now $7,000. but the membership bun not' reached the mark. Monday afternoon ovory learn will work for membera In order to reach the 500 by Monday evening. The association baa 618 members and It wants renewals and I GOO new members. 1.000 members are necessary In order to affiliate with the r.utlonal association. Tho! fees are $1.00 a year for active and. associate members, IG.00 for sustain-1 ing membership, and $100 for life I membership. The Young Woman's Christian Association is organized as a great sis-! terhood; it is more than an organization and tho power of the whole movement U Its membership. The iiiviuurinuiy irr to n Luuhituuuuu which each woman makes to the oommon fund and the atlpulated contribution of one dollar per year entails aa much responsibility upon the member aa a contribution of one hun-^ dred dollar* put upon tome other women. Think thla over and bei ready to join Monday. Here la what a Charleaton woman writes about the association In her city: Inded I shall be glad to tell .vou what we are doing here In our club work, oven though It la just a beginning. I presume Miss McCorkle told you we Just oponed up the club department the last of February, so the idea of olub work Is new to the; girls here and It takes time and var-j led attempts to Interest thorn In working toward good organisation. 1 We have a most attractive and oomfortable club-room furnished with brown wicker rockers, big seat am, I fumed oak. Beoanae of our kitchen-' ette In the rear of the room we can | hare oor club suppers right In the i club room. The school clubs, too. en-' joy using It In our girls' work we have three clubs, and sight camp Ore groups. The elubs have the advisors as the camp Ore groups. The Pollyanna Club is of girls from fifth and sixth grades, whose motto is "To be glad and to make others glad." Toward this end they have made a number of scrap-books and took to the day nursery at Tastertime, Severn! times ylolota ware taken to the hospital. They have their ofltcera and committees and attempt almple parliamentary forms in business meetings. TXDAT. JT7TE 4. 1916. MESSAGE LIVE WIRES" vote slips for them. The compllmentaxy vote slip* are good for fifty i free vote*. und all the subscriber noed do. Is to sign hi* name If i you are a moinber of the club, or] about to become a member you can secure these complimentary fro? vote slips at the Telegram ofllco. You will also be supplied with a free j receipt book made especially for I this campaign, for your convenience In writing up subscriptions. All the Help You NohI. Remember It costs you not a j penny to become it member af the j Telegram 10,000 Club Ul you have to do Is to sign your name to > the hlnnk In today s Issue Thou | you will be assisted in every possible way to conduct a winning campaign. If you have an Idea or plan upou 1 which you wish advice or suggestion the "10,000 Club" manager will) help you. The "IO.OOO (1iib" In at Your Service All the Time. Extra help haa boon added that you may havo all tho help you need to enable you to inuke the greatest profit for the effort* yott put forth. The niunagor of the "10,000 iMub" . can show you how to win tho Overland automobile or any of the prise* you may drain*. If you are In earn rat he will make a special effort to help you got atarted. No "sink or swim" or "aurvtvo or perish' connected with the "10.000 Club" Ki\u start to finish you will he given all pliant bio assistance. Vour success 1h our success nnd for this reason tho Telegram In going to extra vpenae to help you succeed. But the question lt>, are you going to let lotno one else win? Jt'a all up to you. One of the prlzos la youra for the taking. If your name ia now on tho Hat, all you have to do la to start the bail rolling. If your name 1? not on tho llat you ahould have It entered at \ one o. The readers of the Telegram appreciate tho value of tho exrellent award" and they are entering Into tho race with groat interest. The paper coupons are being clipped In nearly every homo in which the paper circulates, and the coupons are being counted for one or another of1 the club members. Perhaps onco your name gets on the list, some of the votoa which are now going else-' where will come to you. Why let some one else have thcin when they can be youra. ENTER TODAY. . SONS man's Christian Association In rknburg. Our Junior high girls call tiiolr club Fu-flo-Fri Club (fun, service and friendship) which embodies th??lr i purpose. Several little garment* have been made for their adopted baby, and at one meeting the mother brought the baby to the club, much to the delight of the girls. Old fashioned plaited rag rugs will be their next attempt. Once a month they have an interesting half hour In "Chrlatlon Citizenship for Girls," with an outside helper. The high school girls have had noi many school activities that club or-' ganlzution has come slowly. Though a good foundation Is started for a strong club next Tall. These girls are eager to help in a club of little foreign girls Just starred. This group j will uiovi down In their own district! Hnd our high sohool girls go down to' do somo definite work In It. We hope to aorve a picnic supper once a month to the children, the three summer I months and hare the high school elrlsi nerve It. The residence ball girls havo a , Current Brent Club wblch moots on] Tuesday ovenlng. Tbelr losdor hasj brought to them sorno of the host Informed persons on their eubjcct In the city. A number of these girls are teachers and great Interest has , boen shown In the club. Every Wednesday a group of Bolglnn girls comes from tho work for u ten cent supper, prepared hero In I. tho kitchenette. Afterwards wo sow I und crochet, and the money realized from tho sale of theso articles Is used toward Belgian tellef work. They took tholr name "Princess Joso" after tho little Belgian prtnooss. There Is no difficulty In finding salo for tholr work. A club of house-maids Is bslng started on Wednesday afternoons and. hore a number of them will find the needod frtenda among each other. No name hat been choson as yot. Thursday evening a group of girls from tho two ton cent stores corns tor a simple supper and stay for claaaea In Engllah and domeatlo solenee. Two laundrlea are visited at the noon hour each week and some one who can play the guitar or banjo. WU(IU| l?UO WHiO, BUUfl ftUJOf W1U the secretary. These girls delight In the music. Stories are also told at these oentorm. And on Friday evening eererai of the girls from there come up Co the club-room to crochet. On Saturday evening the cafeteria director serves a ten cent supper which Is well attended by thirty or more of the mercantile girts, as our stores are open here Saturday evenings. We have an Ideal camp alto with several cottages, swimming and boating for onr use during July, Our girls are looking forward to this and It will ?>ean a lot to our club work. I do trust this little account will be or some use to you and I assure you we will be pleased to let the Clarksburg people know of our work. I hope your efforts toward this campaign may bring forth a rich reward. THREATENED WITH FEVER. Mrs. William O, Meeks in ill at her home on Lee street. She la threatened with typhoid fever, her many friends are sorry to learn. BOV IS BOILV Mr, and Mrs. W, W. Shoeldy. of 311 East Poplar street, are the happy parents of a boy baby born to them Saturday. The youngster weighs wren and a half pounds. Whiskey >4 a/ Is Raided - ? *< Home Made and Half Made Liquor is Seized and One Man is Arrested. County and state officers raided what thoy called a "young distillery" Saturday night In a Kolley Mill dwelling occupied by foreigners. A wagon load of homo made and half made whiskey In barrels and bottles was seised and ono man who was caught In the place was arrested and taken to the county Jail Ho told the officers his name was Samuel Pains* Thee whiskey manufacturing establishment was situated In thft basement of the house, very clever arrangements at concealing the equipment and slock having boon made. Concealed In one room that was pad looked were two barrel* each half full of tnaah of some sort. In another room of the bascinnnt were two more full barrel* *?f whiskey all ready for use. In the wooden floor of the base-; ment a trap door wan discovered and beneath It were found thro? dozen quart bottles of whiskey. Hidden In! another place were eighteen quart! bottles of whiskey. Home of the in-1 Rredicnt* of this boot I egg stuff were found, such as raisins, prunes, licorice and the like, but these were not taken. All the liquor, including the mash in the barrels, was carted to the county I jail. Several foreigners are believed to have escaped front the place while the ofllcera were breaking in. its It was evldont from the Interior arrangements that various clever means of exit had been provided. No still or like whiskey making 1 apparatus was found in the pliton The whiskey made here, it Is believed, was mixed together from certain Ingredients, part of it being allowed to ferment before the concoction was complete i John T? Tonnoy. deputy state commissioner of prohibition, and Deputy Sheriff Laco Wolfe were the officers! reminding the raid. FOUR NABBED ; As Suspected Bootleggers in a Cleaning Up Crusade of Glen Elk. Special attention was given to tbe Men Klk bootleggers Saturday afternoon nnd night by John 11. Tennpy, deputy state commissioner of prohibition. and Deputy Sheriff I jiro Wolfe, ns n reaull of whleh three auspacted whiskey sellers are prisoners In the ootinty Jail, another la out tinder bond awaiting proeeedlnga before a magistrate. Thoae In Jail have had ihelr namea , registered aa Unble Prltchard. Fred Williams. and R. Phllllpa, wltllo the 1 tint* wun Kite iitiuu in oinvuvi vnik. Warrants were Instituted against each br Mr Trnney In Magistrate William E (Marcher's court, where hearings,, nr trials, will he held as soon ss possible. SECOND EXAMINATION. Carl 8. T.awson. county ouperln-1 tendent of schools, announced Hsturday evening that flfty-slz appllrents took tch aocond teachers' unlform examination Thursday and Frldny, of whom two-thirds were ladles. He wne assisted In the examination liy 8. 11. Hannah, of Wilsonburg, and C. H, Rcchtlne, of Enterprise. DELIVER CAR. Cuppet Drothers delivered a new seven-passenger Hayncs autooiobllo j to R. C. .loirs at Fairmont Saturday. Mr. Jones bought the Haynes after Investigating the merits of several: popular ears. I "I\> riHffl'll'lvn A. Ernest Howell, a youth of Now Fair Groundn, who wan recently adjudged Incorrigible by Magistrate W. E. Starchor nod tjontonced to the mate reform achool for boyn at T'runtytown, woa taken to that Inatl-. tutloo Saturday evening from the county Jail by a" guard who came here from the achool for the pur-i pone. ONE MAItlltAGE LICENSE. A marriage llcenae haa been leaned to William G. Williamson and Era M. Ryraer. IIH| l He Best l|| tion < No matter hor maaj C?g3 recelre. none *1U bo mi (fflWOJj) graduate -than an aceoi Don't mate toot tl I Ins to select approprlat come In and open aco names of tbooe irbom J We seleome deposits c I in OUT Strings Dopart fly cost compound interest PAGE THREE king Joint by Officers ? davis funeraii. Funeral services over tho body of Mo Vernla Davta. aged 28 years, wife of Joseph Darts. of 114 Brown I street. Keller Hill, who <H?d Saturday morning, will br bold at 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at thn Davis , homo ami the burial will bo In Oroonlftwii cemetery. Tho Rev. W. H. Kogleeong will havo charge of the funnral services. a oooi> smx. The edilnrial blue pencil, execrated by myriads of literary aspirants. Is piling up a healthy hatting average In the motion picture league. Tho tendency to pad that <xtatod to some extent In the early era of ploturo production has been replaced by an effort to compress scenarios Into fast moving screen action. HOTEL I WALDO CLARKSBURG, w. VA. Special Table I>'Ifot4> Dinner $1.00 ' S<*n?l from 0:00 to 8:00 P. >L J Sunday, Juno 4 til. Grape Fruit Oocktail Puree of Tomato with Rico Queen Olives Celery Radishes ?o? Drolled Shad. Boston Block Potatoes g Sweetbread Patties Lemon Ice CHOICE lionet Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus Roast Young Chlckon with Dressing ?-O? TVach u In Conde ?o? CHOICE OF TWO New Aspsrsgue, Hollandalse Sauce Juno Pens | Steamed New Potatoes, Parsley Sauoe Mashed Potatoes Waldorf Salad CHOICE OF TWO Applo Tart Raspberry Pie Orange Custard Pie Strawberry Short Cake Cream Bararolae Vanilla Ioe Cream .,3 Neapolltalne Ice Cream Aesortod Cake Cream Cheese Toasted Crackers Demi Taue Please Reserve Tables in Advance * COr.VTKT CLCH .MEMBERS. + + Dancing claaa starts Monday. * June S. 8 p. m. at the elnb. All member* are Invited to attend. Claaa every Monday. Dancing + after claaa. Private lessons + given at any time (by appoint. + raent.) Phone M. Healy, Waldo hotel. Gradua- 1 gift* ha or ihs may Zt~! ire appreciated by the ant -with this strong if me and energy In try gradnation gifu? ounta -with na In the B on wish to remember, it one dollar or more ment and pay 4 per |T>TaiBTTSv7B| .dm.