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?BWEkaaadl
WRECKED PLUNGING r
THE SEA?EIGHTH
I aVo'uirF VICTIM.
SERVICE VICTIM.
: ?
,E8, Cal., Dec. 22. ?
?er6tncr, of the United
?ro'?corjii,. was drowned
lariOcesoslde yesterday,
t of army aerial scouts to
^telephone message to
*,received this afternoon
gw^jelea aviation field.
Jpffitt^Muiler, who was driving
lachlne.^clung to the wreckage of
eroplano and ,was rescued.
'' "fuller, pilot of the wreck
Jweis' rescued by Captain L.
gtenwn;-another army aviator,
> aeroplane had been wrecked
wherefUeuAnact Oerstner met
iptain Patterson saw the wreckjgo
?"ODed^atd; Muller was rescued,
'braised ?y the fall and exhaust
ftstne^'a'body was recovered.
? of the six machines that en
dive;,flight were brought to tho
JgaSuvhere: - The other machines
hed Los' Angeles in safety. Stormy
"~gr.?and .bad air conditions were
?eVponslble for the accidents.
BOARD REMOVE8
'^CHARLESTON. OFFICIAL9.
tffii, ? '
B$BL"ESTON, Dcc. 22.?The
arleston1 board of city affairs today
?novcd'rfrom ofTIco D. B. Crockctt,
police; Harry Flournoy, audl
ind M. P. Sprallng, city jailor.
Bedell'1, recently resigned as may
Siiert Brawley was appointed to
^ed'Chief Crockett.
-???
I'PAIN HAS THEATER FIRE.
\ssociAxrD Pew.]
RISj Dec. 22.?A dispatch from
a,'Spain, says that a serious lira
oroken out in the Arriaga theater.
ftiVpears to.havo been somo cas
.JSsSfjnit the number of the victims
Jn&tTxet finown.
JNCTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
MEETING
Notice Ib hereby Riven that the au
^?fmeeting of the stockholders ? f
Monongnbela Bank of Fairmont,
'"eVheld at their hanking house
i City of Fairmont, W. Va., he
Lfthe/jhours of 12 o'clock nojn
jgafeclock p. m., on the 12th day
3aSitiary, ,191o, for the purpose of
"SinEiaJBoard of Directors and tile
f^ctkmof any other business that
?JStolegally, dono at such stock-!
dere'?mee'ting\
jliren^under my hand this 10th day I
December, 1914.
*Vr. :'E. HARR, President
's MEDITATIONS.
fffZSsV Congressman thinks wo
pJJnex^the North Pole. In Jus
e?io,hlmg-lt2 should be stated that
, suggestion before tho
utfdfBtnick the United States last
H' -
vise and worldy warbler insists
are two sides to every question
jjijJthV; war news and there are
sajTwmore to that. I
he gooBeObone prophet who as
' us of a mild winter evidently
?ed^the ;wrong goose.
If you didn't do your Christmas
opplng early you can't claim you
not warned.
western'. Journal conveys the
ing Information that "Billy Sun
^inspires iamateur poetB." Byron,
ikespearo and Shelley wrote some
rly good poetry, yet -one cannot
vondering what they might have
jed .had- they sat at the feet of
mpion slang slinger of the un
ffngton crossed the Delaware,
?mans entered the North Sea, |
Hjiude over Ted's policies, Can-I
fpajne back with a cigar In his I
!?and';, a . profane bark on his
nd Mrs: Sprawlingdame Spank
^capped the climax. Get tho
Jajk'deflne and describe the
^of/these.
^en ,Byron heard of tho British
Plover Napoleon at Waterloo,
Ildfho. was "darned sorry." Al
l an Englishman himself he had
alc^hablt of. laughing to scorn
''a pomp and glory of greasy
aina and soulless sIssyslopB.
This Man's Store which specializes for Men and
Boys, is the logical place to Select a Christmas
gift lor him. The Thousands of sensible, useful
tides on display offer complete selections. He
^yould suggest this Man's Store as a preference.
i \ V3 VV i
"Fairmont's Largest Exclusive Clothing Store"
Ho was a man, even though shallow
slander spewers spouted their spas
modic spleen.
The authenticity of the following
dialogue Is vouched for by a reliable
editor: "Farmer's," said th e fair
city visitor, "are Just as dishonest as
the city milkmen." "How do you
make that out?" asked the fanner's
wife. "Why this morning I saw your
hired man water the cows just Be
fore he milked them."
Who will be the first to announce
himself or herself as a candidate on
the Progressive ticket for President
of th Meandering Meddlers and Tat
tling Teehee's Society??unlimited.
Many of us are competent. Don't heed
that old moss-covered song:
"Birdy wait a little longer
'Till your little wings are stronger."
A merry Christmas and a happy
new year to the Free Press and West
Virginian and all tboir readers.
S. C. MUSGRAVE.
PASTIME LEAGUE.
Easy Marks Win.
The Easy Marks proved a stumbling
block to the Rebels last night, winning
three straight games. Although the
Easy MarKa rolled no extra high scores
tliey rolled steady throughout the con
test. Wilson and Whipple divided the
honors. The scores:
Rebels.
Whipple 143
Gardner 95
Harden 109
92
09
112
Totals 34 7 303
Easy Mark!.
Storer 120 112
White ... 102 93
WilBOIi
Gardner
Whipple
KaTcTen
Totals
348 330 340?1018
Rebel* va. Fat Chance.
?The Rebels and Fat Chance locked
horns again last night, the Reha win
ning two out of three games. Moore
rolled in fine form, averaging 145 for
his three games, with 167 for high
score. Harden also rolled In good form.
The scores:
... 380 319 8B2jg
Fat Chanee.t;fpl!!liS
... 130 167 :18?3
106
Totals
Moore
Shotts
Jepion
Total*
DON'T FORGET TO S_EE THE CANDY MAN FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS CANDIES
Stores
laked FRUIT CAI

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