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? ??????? OCIAL EVENTS ? ?????????????????????????????????? \iTairs <if Coming We*k. Among the social affairs tor the mining week will he a Hallowe'en rtanw* In the andltoriura of Bt. Mary's tilth ichool from 9 to 12 o'clock Mon day evening. _ 1 Ttabbl A. H. Silver, of W*e?ltng, will speak fit 8 p. m. Monday in the court' louse on the proposed equal suffrage I intendment to tie state constitution. The weekly meeting of tha Marcato 'horal Club will be held at 7:80 o'clook Tuesday evening In the auditorium of ] he Masonlo temple. A children's masquerade party by Mrs. Walter Wilson from 7 to 10 u'clock Tuesday evening In her home] on Mechanic street will be held. The women of tho auxiliary of I Christ Episcopal church will give a I lea from 3 to 5 o'clock Wednesday af-j lemoon in the home of Mrs. Dorsey R. Potter. An artist recital will be given by the Marcato Club at 8:15 o'clock Thurs day evening In the auditorium of the Masonic temple whon Paul Althouse, the tenor of the Metropolitan Opera company of New York and Madame Zahetta Bronska will appear. ~ \ social session of the Parish Aid Society of Christ Episcopal church will be held in the parish house at 3:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. .Mart'sto Recital. The Marcato Music Club held its one hundred and thirty-first recital in the auditorium of the Masonic lemplc Saturday afternoon. A very attractive miscellaneous program of music and song was rendered with Mrs. George M. West in charge and Mrs. Frank U Grove. Mrs. William A. Harrington and Miss Willa Righter as lioBtesacs. Owing to the beautiful afternoon and Ihe first recital of the n?islcal season or 191 n-l!il7, an attractive and ap preciative audience attended and en joyed the following program. "Jesus lxiver of My Soul" MacDougal Mrs. oeGrge Bland. "Krot de Cavalerie" Rubensteln Miss Frances Moore. "Valsc de Concert" Wlennwski Miss Wllma Smith. [lot Thou Know that Sweet Land' rMignonl Thomas Miss Bessie Byrd. "Valse" stra,,ss Miss Jean Burns. ?Rustle of Spring" ? ? ? ? sin1al';jj Prelude In C Flat Minor. .Rachmaninoff Mrs. Frank Moore. Selected ? v', E. Clyde Beckett. "Pochinello" Rachmaninoff "Liebstraumc" U8Bl Miss Hazel Bock. Second Rhapsody" ..... ? ? Miss Katherine Ernst, Mrs. Watson Johnson. Uniqne Imitations. The following unique invitations were issued Saturday' by Mrs. Walter Wilson for a Hallowe'en party she will -ivc from 7 to 10 o'clock Tuesday evening in her home on Mechanic ptrect In honor of her daughter. Miss Margaret: A Hallowe'en party There's going to be And we want you there As sure as can be. There will be Joy and laughter I By the ton I Please say you will come And join the fun. Please mask. ?"? I Rabbi t? S|KV?k More. The people or Clarksburg will be. delighted to hear that Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of thi Temple Leshon Shomayin, Wheeling, will address tlieni Monday night at the court house. Rabbi Sllvor is one of the representative men of West Virginia. No religious congregation or denomi niition is led by a man of more intel lectual culture and vigor than Is this Wheeling temple. It will be remembered that whon tin "Roman's Edition of the "Wheel lug Intelligencer appeared. Rabbi Silver was represented therein by an ?r icle from hlB pen of exceptional strength and from a new point of view, in it he gave hiB reasons for Tavorlng the enfranchisement of women. That article was a classlo Efssz&sron# oBd ot ,ho or.ItDnrW??ml^.of RabbI SilT?r an " ln "tore for <?"? fearnln. ^ 5 man of Pr???anced a 1??p thlnker- He ar 1 #IT? ! 8 conc,U8lons only after ex Jdf:'o?U.dVnd res"arch- When meat u^kl ??ven>enl of such mo wom.n M.*t<mJ,lon of ">? ?ote to hi ? ^WMA are assured that Sf'alWh.0' Sf are the up trained mind! 8 * a mature ?Dl1 8iir.hrWwni*i!!rT 6Tld?\ce ?!? Rabbi S~K?jjWSBS?,B" Sutherland-Walker. , IPIJ*5?'C[AL TO ?? TtLtUHAMI i? 0 bn Sidney Walker Jr formerly of Claremone V n . ' of Huntington, W Va ?Th<! church, built by the late Senator Da vis a memorial to hi. mother was . mass of mountain laurel leaves rh^.i h2mi 'J?!. and flal ?"ra? ?y5??.^S?r ^^s'sS^ss-as streamers ot narrow it and They carried la?ITT? er r'bbo? silver-wblte chr^nth of "naI1 bridesmaids Th" iarsuta^ja s Farlane. of BrM? '* G'ad>? *?H Ic/ty. LMf? vi^iXr,smh'V?' Y?"^ for heritor? and wo?a'd-of-h<""?-' silver cloth veiled ^ m S,?"'n of contrasting prettllv with * tUl1"' hair. She carrind ?n , r falri mellow cb^3anthcmum?rm The W bmheTVrhVr^^rnU0UnS I^SrSmS^^ hem* and'n tte ^"Tat?, iFpSlS' a" "'r,ln; The bl*ldai bouquet was a shower of white orchids aid ll|w ;K K^S^-Vr' -?'! ! Mrs %tthd i'D bnslness In that city Mrs. Sutherland, mother of "he lievpd Tv S, gTned ln RrB>- sa?n re! row gc/rf Rh6? ?,Id b,u'' and n rone scarf. She carried a bououpt guests* whl?T- S*veral out of (own guests who have been visiting the br?ld? dur nf ?>e last week and who L'C ,?fte wltl, members of theI L Hpnrt 7 WCr* Mf- anU M?- R i |L. Henderson, the latter a sister of Kathrfritheifand' and thelr daughter Katharine, from Hancock. Md.; Miss Md?-^nri M?DdnSh' ?r Wes'"nport,l of Long lsland. RU'h ^'^rown.J w,J"Jt'Pr?ceding <he ceremony Miss hv , 'ud PT,?RS ranR "A" Kor You" v/Lni Kard ' accon'Panled on the 5 ?,'y "r'Bopl Smith, well-known E?r ii r, Ashland, O.. formerly of li!t!h iUri?p thp ceremony Mr. Smith and Mrs. Hall of Elklns Played SainUSaens La Cygne (The 'ZTl' , Jhl oltl Scots service was Elkin* Dr" F' "? Barron' of After the dignified service was over, a large reception with danc ing wiia held in Nathan Hall. The thi t!.i?ar^.1rsceived at one end of withv .hBd been decorate<I if , oak leaTes and other au tumn boughs of ruddy tones. Ke Friendly Advice Be it far from our purpose 4o needlessly alarm persons who have not 'been using milk and cream which has not been Pasteurized or Clearitied. ^ 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 Glearirying that these dangers are removed. Again we say PLAY SAFE. Be sure 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. i Sturm's Dairy BOTH PHONES c ? 'V.J I froahments constating of chicken naiad, rolla, Ice croani and oofTeo wore aervod. The wedding wan largoly attended by friends of tho family from out, or town aa woll as from Elkins, many of tho latter having *lv?o their friendly sorrlces In tho doco rating of ! the hall and church and In the cater-j \ l? After the reception and danoo Mr. | and Mrs. Walker left by automobile to apend a few days hunting In Weft I Virginia mountains, returning lu time for election day, after whloh they will j lire In Huntington. Masquerade Party. | A masquerade party waB K'V?J * I recent night at tho home of Miss I Helen Queen at 108 Holt avenue. Tho I house was beautifully decorated. Do I liclous refreshmouts wye served at ( a seasonable hour. Those present, were a BfoUowa: 1 Mercedes Moore, Evelyn Jonos, t Mary Pulty, Evelyn * Brewer, Helen Queen, Alice Queen. Leo Howard, Alex. Osborn, Worthy Roaa, Aaron Ollk.ir, Albert Appleby, Glen Sraley, Theodore Mattaon, Wal ter Gallien. William Hoberts and ^ | George Duncan. Home from Florida. Captain E. C. Sperry, who has boen In Florida for several months, hat I returned to Clarksburg. Captain. Sperrr commanded a company In the I Second West Vlrgllna volunteer In-: fantry during the Spanish American wur, and was for many years chief of \ the Consolidation Coal Company s police with headquarters- at Frost burg. Md. The captain Intends to go Into business here. Y. W. C. A. N'etw. The first big party In the gym nasluni of tho Young Woman s Chris ijnn Association building will be held on Tuesday evening of the coming week, whon the mem bers of the association, both old and young, tall and short, hlg and little, "will have an opportunity to enjoy a good time together. Tho party will take the form of a "Mother Goose Party" and those who wish may dress representing some of the characters of the Mother j Goose rhymes?Itetl Hiding Hood, Old King Cole, Old Mother Hubbard, Jack and Jill. Little Ilo-Peep, Hump ty-Dumpty and others. The gymnasium will be decorated to suit the Hallowe'en festivities, and tho fun will begin about 7:30 o'clock. All association members are Invited. All girls and women are invited to become members. The schedule for the coming week Is us follows: Monday?Classes and clubs. Mon day afternoon class in sewing, cro cheting, knitting and millinery meets I from 2:30 to 4 :30 with Miss l'helpa In charge, with several assistants. This class Is open to all members with a small tuition for those who take the lnstruclton In sewing, cro cheting or knitting. All members are invited to bring Christmas Ideas to share with others and help to mako It a real social afternon. Evening claBs In English with Mian Nannie Lowe in charge will meet from 7 to 8 o'clock. This class will review some of the work of the high school In English and rhetoric, and contlhue in the study of some of tho English classics. This class is open to members, and is a special feature of the Business Girls' Club. Evening class in Spanish with Miss Margaret Lord in charge will meet from 7 to 8 o'clock on Monday. The class will take beginners in Spanish and is open to members with a small tuition, and is also a i feature of tho Business Girls' Club. ' Tuesday?A splendid class In sow ! ing has been organized for regular Tlftsdav evening work, but this week because of tho Hallowe'en party the class will make up the lesson on (Thursday evening. Several in this class are those taking a systematic course in domestic art under the in struction of Miss Phelps, and Will no doubt prove a most profitable class in every way. The class meets from 7 lo 9 o'clock. Thursday?Besides the gymnasium classes on Thursday afternoon and evening it is the big night for the club girls, when the girls who make up the Industrial Glr's' Club come | for supper and may haTe a short time for play in the gymnasium; then the regular class in sewing, crocheting, knitting and n?illlnery begins at 7 o'clock. This 1b just the beginning of many very happy tiinos for the girls this year. The Federation of j Industrial Girls' Clubs is the biggest organization within the association as yet, and it is hoped the girls of Clarksburg will respond to'the plan as those in other cities have already done. At'the council last July at West ern College at Oxford, O., two dele gates, Edna Coburn and Wlnnlo Kldd front Clarksburg, represented the club that was to be formed here in Clarksburg. So far the girls have almost twenty-five members and as soon as that number is filled, there will be quite a celebration and It will be the beginning of a great organiza tion of Industrial girls of the city. Thursday night is club night. Last Thursday ovening the members of the Business Girls' Club met at the Association to go to the home of Mrs. John J. Davis for the first study of the year in the new course outlined. A vote was taken and the major ity favored the Bible study course which under the leadership of Mrs. Davis will be a rare prilvlege for all th? girls. It Is hoped to mako this a real home hour for all the girls, I and Jhe hour will be all too short for those who must hurry away to take the gymnasium course at the as sociation. All the girls are invited to jotn this class and it is planned as a special feature of tho Business Oirl'B' Club. Mrs. Davis will not only lead In the Bible study but a? the request of-.the girls will no doubt have several talks on current events. A monthly meeting of the Business Girls' Club will lie held Tuesday evenings, the first one being on No vember 14, when tho real organiza tion of the club will affected, and a ?rood program will bo enjoyed. As i it will be durin?* the "World's Fel- j lowshlp week'' there will bo the j stereoptlcon view of the association*. of India, snd It is hoped to have Miss j MacCorkle as the speaker of the evening. An yet the club has a tem porary organisation with Miss Frankie Fearcy as president, and Miss Nelle Lilly iib secretary. Com mittees are nt work on the constitu tion. the year'- program and club col ors and motto. The membership committee also will be hard at work for the charter membership. v With the association only two weeks In tho new quarters on Court street It in Hurprlsing tho rapid strides that the cafaterla has mauo. It is not the plan to make this a public rcataurant to compote with others, but to serve tho young women of the city in offering a goad home cookod meal at reasonable prices and prompt servlco. Tho cafeteria is open to both men and women and ovary one seems to And it moat sat- j isfylng. and a happy place to eat. A small reading and rest room is j open to all. The number of classes planned at; the flrst for the gymnasium has been increased because of the demand, and there will no doubt be others too. The small children have their class on Saturday morning, whllo those of tho early teens have a special class | after school on Monday and Thurs day from 4 to 6 o'clock. Monday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock, will be tho Employed Girls' Club gymnasium hour, Including tho younger girls from many of the stores and otllces, and Monday eevn Ing from 8 to 9 o'clock the Business Girls' Club class, which meets also on Thursday evening. Tuesday evening la play night in tho gymnasium, which means gamAs, basketball, volleyball and baseball. But this week, Tuesday night means the Hallowe'en party. Thursday morning, from 9 to 10 o'clock, the woman's gymnasium class will meet. Tho afternoon girls' gymnasium class will be from 4 to 5 o'clock in evening, from 7 to 8 o'clock, the In dustrial Club girls, and 8 o'clock 1 he Business Girls* Club. A special class for school .teachers will bo organized if enough teachers i request it. Attractive Cnry Party. A very attractive card party was giv en by Mr. and Mrs. Howell Cooper! from 8 to ll o'clock Saturday evening. Yellow chrysanthemums were used in the floral decorations of the rooms. Auction * bridge was playc$ at six tables and later a salad supper was served at small tables. Covers were laid for twenty-four guests. Married at Parsonage, Oscar H. Pratt and Miss Joan Butz.' both of this city, were married at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the par sonage of the Central Chrlttion church by the Rev. P. M. Babcr, pastor of the church. Fieri CENTER j Of the World Are the Philippine Islands Planned by the Bureau to Be. MANILA, Oct. 28.?Plans looking to the raising of thi> Philippine In lands to the position of the flbro cen ter of tho worhl are being undertak en by the bureau of agriculture.] Hemp grading established last year by law. has done wonders for the I hemp Industry and now the bureau Is turning Its attention to maguey and sisal In an effort to threaten Mexico's supremacy In these prod ucts. Cheap stripping mnchlnes arc to be provided to encourage the pro duction of cleaner fibre, flbro litera ture Is being distributed among all growers, samples of maguey and sis al bulbils are being sont to all the fibre producing sections and every thing is being done to promote flbro production on a large scale. HORSE SOLVES MYSTERY 'OF A STOLEN PURSE BEAVER FALLS, Pa? Oct. 28.?A mystery of a ycar'H standing has been cleared up. Recently JuhIIco of the' Peace W. H. McElvaney, of -New Gall lee, received a pockctbook containing checks and railroad ticks from Mayor Christopher, of Lisbon, 0. Last year Justice McElvaney attend ed the Columbiana county fair In Lis bon and reported to the authorities that his pockctbook. had bocu stolen from his pocket MrB. McElvaney and a woman friend saw the thief take the pockotbook and the following day the man was ar rested In Smith's Ferry, Pa.. Mrs. Mc Elvaney Identifying him. The grand Jury released the prisoner for loch of evidence. A few dayB ago J. B. Lythor, of Lis bon, tied his horse to a post In the fair gwunds. The horse dug up the pockctbook. faifland square To a great extent your financial strength' depends upon your physical vigor and your dally well being is controlled by the foodstuffs encoun tered by your digestion. The moral of all of this Is. buy your groceries at the Fair and Square Store and you'll be satisfied with life. [ Opposite Postofflce on Ptlce St. ARE 10 VISIT SALEM SOON "Flying Squadron" Will Cam paign in Second City of the County for Suffrage. SAJ.KM, Oct 2 8?Salem 1s to hn| visited by members of the suffragu "tlylag squadron" and a public meot Inn hi luinouncod for Monday after non at 4 o'clock lit tho Hunk corner If tho weather permits out-door speaking, ant) If not tho meeting will bo held In the Strand theater. Tho speakers announced for tho ocaaton are tho Hon. 0. Murine Taylor, of Whoellng, and Attorney Millard F. Snliler, of Clarksburg. Local suffra gists nro actlvo In keeping tholr "votes for women" hpforo the voters and there aeema to be a drift In fa vor of tho nmendmont In this sec tion. OMier Meetings. Miss Mary (loir, of Colorado, spoke at the bank corner Saturday iiljfltt on the question of Socialism. Tho mooting was under the auspices oT local Socialists. I John \\. Davis. United States so licitor general, Is advertised to speak here Wednesday night. November 1. lteimlillrau llully. The climax of Republican rallies Will take placo Imro Thursday night, Novwnber 2, when tho Hon. Joseph Holt Oalnes, chairman of the Repub lican state committee and ex-con gressman, will be tho principal speait er. Tho exact place of this tueotln* has not boon determined at this tune, but 11 will bo the big meeting of the campaign here. Going to Akron. L. J. Shahan, who was recently a clerk In the .First .National Hank here, was greotlng friends In town Saturday, before going to Akron, O.. where he will likely accept n clerical position. Kemper Chosen. T. 1". (Kemper was chosen chair man or the Wilson and Marshall club at its meeting Thurs'day nfght, Jill inc the vacancy enu'sed hv the death of D. Li. J'erlno. Little Interest. Little Interest and ntf significance "t,ncllr'1 '1 the much healded Wllsoh Day," October 28. No ad ditional Wilson pictures were dis played wit lithe American flag, and even ptM*tlsnn DcmocratB neglected to observe the day. v l'ersonals. David Drucker, tho well known traveling salesman or Jialtlmore, vis ited his regular trade here Friday. Lowther was here from Mannlngton this week with his fam Deputy SherlIT (3. w. Donley mado sittings In Tenmlle district the last week for the collection of taxoB, glv tnp tho usual discounts. D. S. Davis, of Letart, visited rela tives here the last week. Ho also at tended the Republican state commit tee meeting nt Clarksburg, he being ft member of the committee. Miss Velma Rodafer, teacher In the high school, went to her home at Shadyslde, 0., for the weok-ond. Sylvanus Frum, who reecntly re sided In Missouri, has returned to this state and Is oinplnynd by the M. F. Frurn Marble Company. MRS JOcEPH VELTRY WHO MYNTKItllH'Bl.Y DIS.M'IMIAIU:!) TIIKia-: WEKKS AGO FRO? TIIKIU 1IOMK AT IIAY\\'<K>l>k Jomiph Vol try, u ctml minor, of lliivvuort, In ccmiluclliiK ft wide seareti, for hid wife anil their elght-rtiouths^old baby who mysteriously disappeared from their home at Haywood three woekn ago. He came to Clarksburg and . made further arrangements for the search, Including the offer of a csali reward of ?2r> to any one who will give him Information as to where hi? wlfo and baby are. The missing woman's given name is Carrie. She la rather small, weigh ing only about nlnuty-Avo younds. .She has black hair and black eyes and ban a very darlt complexion. Her baby has black hair and eyes and is very small for ita age. . Tin* distracted husband bolleven his wife has been enticed away by another man. tie has appealed to police authorities to aid him in his searoh: with the request that sho be arrested If found, aa well as any man who may. be with her. ..,??* TAtL? PLANTING 5 ?? Fall is the Lest time to plant bulbs to ferow and bloom beautifully ift the spring. By planting in the fall the roots become established and started by spring. Best Bulb stock of Tvlivs. Hyacinth* Callus. Narcissus ?? '* Mr -<4, f i?az Special Sale on Narcissus Bulbs, 13c Per Dozen, J. W. D'TTOLEiY iSONB 00. In West Va.: I'arkorsbnrp, Clarksburg, Huntington, and Marietta, Ohio. QTIAIilTY FLORISTS Walldo ^obel, Clarksburg, W. Va. $42.75 China Closets, brown mahog any, Adam design-, with mirror in back, now $34.00. $21.75 mahogany China Closet, Cher aton design, with mirror in' back, now $17.50. $52.00 solid mahogany China Closet, beautiful William 4k Mary design, tnade . in Grand Rapids, now $35.00. DINERS $54.00 set of taahogany Diners, .in cluding arm chair, now $36.00. $15.00 solid mahogany arm chair, now $10.00. SLIRVIN'G- TAIBLEd $27.50 solid mahogany Serving Table, 42 inch., now $19.00. $81.50 solid mahogany Serving Tab Chinese Chippendale design, now; $25, HALL PIE CES $22.50 solid mahogany inlaid hall seat, now $15.00. $14.75 hall mirror, with hooka, to match this hall seat, now $10.00. $38.00 golden oak hall rack ror, 42x30 in., hboks and uin!b tachment, now $26.00. x 25 PER OEINT DISCOUNT ALL ODD DRtELSESHENIQ- TABLES Palace Furniture & Piano Co. 168-170 We?t Main Street j i Sale of Odd Pieces The pieces of furniture listed tore arc stylish and handsome and belong to 1 he most popular period designs. But they are odd; hence, the reduction.