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>?????????????? ?????? ?+ t f OCIAL EVENTS JTrs. Nellie McClnwt. Mrs. Nellie I.. McClung. of Alberta, Canada, the beat known woman In Canada and one of the most prominent suffragists fn 'ho movement, will speak it the court house Monday night. Writer speaker and politician. Mrs. McClunK has approached suffrage from evory angle, and has become famous for Iter ability not only to convert antis and to organize siitTragiRts. but also to persuad" legislatures that woman suf frage Is the nr''at and immediate issue in Canadian politics. Canada now lias equal suffrage in ,i,r... v '.cos, Manitoba, Saskatelie v..r, ? ?, jherta. and to Mrs. McClung -oc'; ' " V ' '.c s'harc of the credit for the;'.!- "U'.'ri*:1 victories. Nor does she ? vote is won. Immedi ately ' !: sutfrage bill passed the Mherta '? "isiaturc las' April. Mrs. VcC.un'; < a meeting of the wom I :i 01 'lie nrovince at her home In Kd mer'on. ' here they voted within a few hour i or :hcir enfranchisement to sub mi, T V !:.v.-s to the government con crrnin'4 . 'itial parental rights, red light abatement ar.d proportional represen tction. Mm. McClung began to work actively for suffrage four years ago. during the Conservative party regime in Mani toba . !>Tty was put out of power BOO? aril hat. and the Liberals were in-*' 11' 1 x,v- McClung and the Po litical VV.nlitl-eigue straightway re minded t!i * u of their promise to grant woman .l'frage. and after a petition was slgn.il liv hundreds of women, RUffva?" v.-c. granted to women for the lire. time in tho history of Canada. Mrs McClung is well known for her unfailing sense of humor and good nature. An anti once wrote by way of a tribute to her: "I do no' care the least fraction or a farthing for a vote, and would con idcr the franchise a burden, but if ;irs. McClung would like votes, she MB. E. CLYDE BECKETT. Chorister of the First M. E. Church, will be In Clnrkiburg this wlnt?r nsitln to teach vocal. Studio 370 Mechanic stret. IU'11 phonr 1777-.T. IS C0HT^(y\0USj FA\R AND. SjaUARE Grocery buying wisdom is contagious. ^ ben Mrs. Xextdoor says to Mrs. Iseigh'bor tbat Mrs. Across tbc-Street has found tbat tbe Pair and Square grocery store lives up to her idea of what a food market should he, tbe idea is catching and we discover that tbe three above mentioned housewives '?mnc here a-sliopping. LISTON'S Opposite Postoffice, on Pike. should have a whole basket of them, tied with pink ribbon and accompanied with KUlarney roses." Federation Program - I Following Is the complete program 1 of the thirteenth annual convention of the West Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs, which will be held October 24, 26, 26 and 27 at the Hotel Windsor In Wheeling, and which will be attended by the load ing club women of Clarksburg: TUESDAY MORNING. OCT. 24. 8:00?Meeting of credential com mittee?Parlor A. 9:30?Meeting of executive board ?Parlor B. 10:00?Meeting of library associa tion?Assembly hall. TUESDAY AFTERNOON. 1:00?Meeting of credentials com mittee?Parlor A. 2:00?Convention called to or der?Assembly Hall. Devotional service, led by the Rev. Dr. Brtttlngham. rector of St. Luke's church. Address of welcome?Presidents of hostess clubs. Response?State president, Mrs. Cochran. Preliminary report of credential committee. | Roll call of delegates. I Appointment of convention com I mittees. I Report of program and rules com mittee. Report of committee on civics and public health. Address?"The work or the Tuber i culosln League of West Virginia"? Dr. Harriett Jones. Address?"A Woman's Experience in the Hospitals of Austria and the Prison CampB of Russia"?Miss Lou ise Kochert. Wheeling. TUESDAY EVENING. Flhst Presbyterian church, Thlr i teenth and Chapline streets, 1 8:00?Address?"The Nation's I Children"?Miss Julia C. Lathrop, United States department of labor, children's bureau, Washington. D. C. | WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 25. !):00?Meeting of credential com mittee?Parlor A. !i:SO?Meeting called to order? Assembly hall. Devotional service. Reading of minutes. Greclnr.s from sister states. Report of officers?vice president, j district presidents, corresponding sec- j rccrctary, treasurer, auditor, state or-1 ganlzers. Report of committee on constitu tion and by-laws. Report of committee on literature and library extension. Address?Miss Fannie C. Rawson, national president League of Library commissions and secertary of Ken tucky Library Commission. Report of club presidents, begin ning with the youngest club. 12:00?Luncheon ? (Club presi dents only)?Sun room. Conference of presidents. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. 2:00?Report of general fedeiatlon state secretary. Report of standing committees? State scholarship, home economics, art, conservation. Address?"West Virginia, a Land of Opportunity"?H. E. Williams. Charleston, state department of agri culture. Address?"The Necessity of Bet ter Films In the Theaters"?Miss Kate Oglebay, chairman of the organ ization committee, Drama League of America. Introduced by Mrs. W. S. Kelley, Wheeling, chairman Drama League. Woman's Department Club. 4:30?Meeting of nominating com mittee?Parlor A. WEDNESDAY EVENING. 8:30 o'clock, Scottish Rite auditor ium. Scottish Rite cathedral, Four teenth and Byran streets. Entertainment?Given by Drama League Woman's Department Club?Mrs. W. 8. Kelley, chair; man. Dramatic work under supervision of Mrs. Lima Hennlg Sherman. Group dancing under supervision of Mrs. Alma Wilson Shafor. Music under supervision of Mrs. E. W. Stifel. THURSDAY MORNING. OCT. 26. 9:30?Meeting called to order? Assembly hall. Devotional service. Reading of minute*. Report of club presidents. Report of standing committees? Civil service, education. Address?"What Today Calls For" ?Miss Helen Varlck Boswell, New York, chairman of education, G. F. W. C. Address?Hon. Fred O. Blue, Char leston, state tax commissioner. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. 2:00?Final report of credentials committee. Report of nominating committee. Appointment of tellers for the elec tion of officers. Report of standing committees? Reciprocity, legislation, Industrial and social conditions. Re-dlstricting the stato. Address?"Tlie Club Woman in Re Let Us Deliver Clarified and Pasteuriz ed Milk To your limne. Our wagon goes everywhere; there is absolutely no sediment in our milk; and It Lasts Longer and Tastes Better If you will try our delightful Milk and Cream vou will have no other. Order hy either phone. MODEL D4IRY CO. Pasteurized Milk and Cream (None Better) Bell 641 Home 47WL lttlon to Vocational Education?Airs. Koy Emery Fletcher. Now York, chairman vocational training and guidance. C. F. W. C. THURSDAY EVENING. rolls open from 7:30 to 8:30 Parlor A. S:30?Reception?Windsor hotc/. FRIDAY MORNING, OCT. 27. 5:30?Meeting called to ordr/:? Assembly hall. Devotional serivce. Reading of minutes. Keports of membership and press com mlttees. Report of biennial nt New Tork state delegates. Report of tellers. New Ruslneas. Unfinished business. Report of commlttcc on, resolu tions. Introduction of new offlfers. I Adjournment. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. 2:00?Automobile rldje. visiting Young Woman's Christian Associa tion. day nursery, Fion/nce Crltten-I don home, "Waddington," (West Vir ginia's model farm); stopping for "tea" at Wheeling Country Club. i LOCAI, COMMITTEES, 1916. Program?Mrs. Julian G. Hearne. chairman; Mrs.John McClure, secre-l tary; Mrs. William F. Stlfel, treas urer; Mrs. W. S. Kolley. Credentials?Mrs. Charles S. Mor rison and Mrs. Guy R. C. Allen chairmen. House?Mrs. T. C. Burke, chair man. Music?Mrs. E. W. SUfel, chair man. Information?Mrs. C. J. Proud foot, chairman. Courtesy?Airs. Frod Bohrens chairman. Hotels?Miss Agnes Wilson, chair man. Press?Mrs. W. C. McGregor, chair man. Transportation?Mrs. Fred Faria, chairman. Decoration?Miss Evelyn Blum chairman. Social?Mrs. William Itownd. chairman. Badge?Mrs. Edgar Boyd, chair man. Printing?Miss Celia Speyer, chair man. Ushers?Mrs. Dent A. Taylor, chair man. Pages?Miss Frances Ogden. chair man. The following are the officers of the federation: General federation president Mrs --Josiah Evans Cowles, Los Angeles] General federation director of West Virginia?Mrs. Robert L. Hutchinson Huntington. State president?Mrs. Joseph G. Cochran, 101G Market street, Park ersburg. State vice president?Mrs. George De Bolt, 203 First street, Fairmont.i DISTRICT PRESIDENTS. First congressional district?Mrs. J. M. Bernhardt, Mannington Second congressional district Mrs. J. M. Callahan, Morgantown. Third congressional district?Mrs. P. A. George, Itonceverte. Fourth congressional district?Mrs ! James McCoach, Slstersville. Fifth congressional district?Mrs Frank Mann, Huntington. Recording secretary?Mrs. Fuller Glasscock, Morgantown. 1 Corresponding secretary ? Mrs John B. Sam me!. Parkersburg Treasurer?Miss Emily Richard son, Charleston. Auditor?Mrs. E. C. Ewlng, Wheel ing. Official organ?General Federation City De' 409 Pearl street' New York Sttae editor for magazine?Mrs. W C. McGregor, Wheeling. First Recital. The first artist recital that will be given by the Marcato Music Club for the winter season of 1916-17 will be held in the Masonic auditorium at a: 15 o'clock Thursday evening No vember 2, when Paul Althouse, tenor will appear with his wife Zabretta Brenska. inezzo soprano. They will sing the "Garden Scene" in costume from oBris Godounoff. The recent sensational rise of Paul Althouse in the world of music will always remain an Incentive to young American singers. He had only Just won his first successes as a concert singer on the festival tour of the New York Symphony Orchestra, un der Walter Damroseh's direction when he was engaged by the Metro politan Opera Company. Unliko most of the young singers of the Metropolitan, who are obliged to serve a long apprenticeship before being Instructed with important parts Althouse was selected to create In America the leading tenor role of BoHb GodounofT. His voice Is of un usual beauty of quality and a style of vocalism that brings it forth to greatest advantage, a clear tenor of great range and wonderful sweet ness of tone. Mothers' Club to Meet. The Mothers' Club of the Clarks burg Central Woman's Christian Tem perance Union will meet Tuesday at 3 o'clock p. m? in the McClelland Bi ble class-room of the First Presby terian church. The church authori ties have very kindly consented for the club to use this church as its home for this year, though It Is prob able that an occasional meeting will be held elsewhere. The motto for this year is "Every Member." the keynote for Tuesday's meeting is "Health." The program Is as follows: Devotional service ? Mrs. E B Turner. 'I Solo?Mrs. T. J. Lynch. Paper?"Moving Teeth Toward health"?Mrs. W. L. Rector. "The Health of Our Children"? Mrs. Pelton, Red Cross nurse. "The Relation of Equal Suffrage 1?Mr"' Sylvia Saurborne. 0B??f 'he P~gram there will be a question-box in which any one may deposit Questions, ana an effort will be made to give helpful satisfactory answers. If not at this ??? ueotlng. at the next, or (is noon as tho desired Information is secured. ? The /.ostoMw on this occasion are Mesdui / ics A. T. Kyle. Anna N. Ice. o. H. /;onion. B. A. Mann, and Mary Chide/tter. Th/j nursery will be in chargo of Mesf/ames A. A. Cathor, C. R. Peck, and c. Fordyce. /Hese meetings are open to all who at /- interested in child-welfare, and jyothers problems, and every mother r/as a cordial standing invitation to /ttend. If you as a mother have no "problems on which you need help, f perhaps you can help solve some oth er mother's problems, so go and help. Special Mating. A special meeting of Harrison Hive, No. 5?84. l^adit* of the .Macnbecs, will be held in the Moose hall at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon for the purpose of! drills and class work, preparatory to I the work at the county rally at Mo- i Whorter October 25 I Hallowe'en Dance. Invitations havo been Issued for n Hallowe'en dance to be given in the auditorium of St. Mary's high school Monday evonlng. October 30. The grand march will be at 8:30 o'clock, and dancing from 9 to 12. Gregory s orchestra will furnish music for the occasion. The patronesses are Mrs. James J. Devine, Mrs. Burton D. Whlto. Mrs. T. L. Kooney and Mrs. H. F. Burke. The committee in charge is I Mannix, Helen Mulvaney and Kate Mannin, Helen Mulvaney and Kate Devlne. Mr. Young Is Kntertained. The Hz>n. Brig S. Young of Ada. O., *ho is campaigning in West Virginia for the national Republican commit tee, is being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. W. Trank Stout. Mr. Young and Mr. Sfout have been associated together in Pythianlsm for a number of years. Mr. Young was supreme chancellor and presided at the su preme convention at Portland, last summer, at which meeting West Vir ginia was represented by four dele gates, Mr. Stout being one. Y. W. C. A. Notes. class in domestic arts, to be taufcht by Miss Emily Phelps, grad uate of Drexel Institute, will hold its Qrst meeting Monday, October 23. The first meeting of the domestic arts class which will consist of sew ing crocheting, tatting, knitting, em broidery, etc., will meet at the Young Woman's Christian Assoclaion, 224 Court streot, on Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock; also on Tuesday even ing at 7:30 o'clock, and Thursday evening at 7:30. In all of these class es the members will be doing one thing while others will be doing an other. Also a member of tho class may take part time in more than one study. The afternoon class is open to all women and girls who are free during the day, while the two even ing classes are for tho employed women. Tho program outlined for the Bus iness Girls Clug includes two reg ular evenings of study?Monday ev ening, English, French or Spanish from 7 to 8 o'clock, and the gym nasium from 8 to 9 o'clock. An Thursday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock" the girls will meet at the home of Mrs. John J. Davis, Lee street. Gym nasium will meet from 8 to 9 o'clock. | i All the girls will find these very en-! joyable times. The special business; meetings of the club will be once a month on Tuesday evening. "BLINDTOBS" NUMEROUS III MI. ME With an AutomobHe Operating at Night the Real "Sub marine." MT. CLAKE, Oct. 21.?One of tho "blind tigers" where booze wa? thought to bo supplied to the thirsty denizens of this vicinity was raided by deputy sheriffs Tuesday evening, and a quantity of pint bottles of liquor! was Belzed by the officers and the pro prietor arrested. This Is only one of several Joints where the poisonous stuff is alleged to bo cxchangod for the coin at *1.50 per. But the auto mobile that has been supplying these dealers between days is the real "sub marine" that is responsible for sinking some of our young men below the level of their race. The conduct of the crowd of boozers last Sunday evening was disgraceful to the town. Changes Position. The Rev. E. C. Vincent, mine fore mac for the Hutchinson Coal Company here, has resigned his position and ac cepted a similar one with the Rlghter Coal Company at Lost Creek. Wafer System. Henry Bassol Is Installing a water system in his house. The water is led through a pipe line a quarter of a mile from a never falling spring on the hill. All Are Bnsjr. Everybody who will work seems to be employed at good wages and all mechanics are crowded with work. An idle team cannot be found in this vi cinity. Small Donation. A committee of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal church visited the parsonage Wednes I -will give a MASQUERADE BALL Thursday Evening, OCTOBER 26 ZEB3ING HALL Everyone Invited. J. MOLINA day nnd ninde Mrs. H. B. Workman, wife of tho pastor, a small donation tn appreciation of her service* a* a mem ber of the society. Burn Conl. Seroral of the townspeople are lay ing In a supply of coal for their winter fuel and tho Mark smokp ean he soeu raining upward from the chimneys as of yore. High Pork. Hogs fattened on H.20 corn?the plica asked How?will likely make fifteen cent pork. Personals. Air. nnd Mrs. Arlio Mntheny nnd the latter's mother motored to Tun nelton Sunday where they visited Dr and Mrs. Knnkln Mr. and .Mrs. (i. F. lingers nnd son Prter started for their winter home In Orlando. Kin.. Wednesday by the automobile route. Potter will return soon by rail. Mr. and Mrs. Bogers will remain unltl spring when they will return In their car. PRESIDENT Wilson Will Pass through the City Next Week on the Way to Cincinnati. PAIlKEnsnvno, October 21. ? i Enroutc to Cincinnati, President Woodrow Wilson will Htop at Park ersburg for Ave minutes on Thurt day, October 26, while engines are bring changed ou his special train. Tho president's tralu will arrive here| at C: 55 a. ui,# and will leave for Cin cinnati at 7 a. in. No speech will be made here by the president, and It is not expected he will appear. His flrat Htop after leaving here will be Chilllcothe, where ho will make a short speech from the rear of the train. The apodal will leave Long Branch, N. J., October 2f>, nnd will come via Baltimore, Philadelphia and Grafton to Parkcrsburg. GIVES UP TWO TOES IN ORDER TO JOIN ARMY ATCHISON. Kan., Oct. 21.?Two toes amputated that he might pass en trance examination to West Point, Harold I)e Forest, of Wotmore, has been discharged from n hospital here. Ho bad what Is known as "hummer toes"?that Is. two toos were drawn back and wouldn't straighten out Those two toes wouldn't pass the ex amination and he was promised ad mittance in casa the toes were ampu tated. JILTED TWICE BY SAME MAN. GIRL ENDS LIFE HARR18BUBG, Oct. 21.?Jlltad for the second tltne by tho same man, Mhrn Huth IGarrett, of this city, drowned herself In tho Susquehanna river. When tho sweetheart, who had de serted her several years ago returned recently. Alius Garrett announced to was scheduled to bo held soon* Let her frlondH that the old quarrel had she wild that there would b? no we been ngfehed nn nnd thn* fh?' xvrdd'ng d'titr . ..v v? fresh, Delightful Country Produce If it's in the Market, wa have it || Try our Country l?!ggs and nutter, guaranteed' ab solntoly fresh, and first quality. English Walnuts. Hickory Nuts and Chestnuts. | And our line of staple and fancy groceries will more than please you. Fresh and Cured Meats of Every Description. Have you tried our Home Made All I'ork Sausage?. If you haven't you have missed a treat. It's Good! Apples ( X >s we have them?Ea ting and < 'ooking. Our Auto Delivery Sen ice?Host in the City. PUBLIC MARKET JOHN C. WYOKOFF. Prop. Hell PhWjl6t. 227 S. Third vSi. Home Phone 186. Friendly Advice Be it far from our purpose to needlessly alarm persons who have not been using inilit and cream which has not been Pasteurizod or Clearifled. It Pays to Play Safe Especially so when it is so generally known that milk can and often does contain so much contamination. It is only by the pro cesses of Pasteurizing and ClearifyLng that these dangers are removed. Again we say PLAY SAFE. Be Bure to get Sturm's milk and you need not have any doubts as to its absolute purity. Telephone a trial today. Our delivery is highly efficient. , Sturm's Dairy5 B OTH PHONIES WHAT IS CHRISTINE MILLER DOING? She is singing in unison with Edison's re-creation of her voice. We have arranged a recital for her at the MASONIC AUDITORIUM, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 8 O'CLOCK. A num'ber of invitations have been mailed for this tone test recital, bt since our mailing list is somewhat deficient, some of Miss Miller's may have been overlooked. A free card of admission will be mailed upon 1 quest. Only a few seats left. 168-170 W. Main St.