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Mothers' Club Tomorrow.
The Mothers' Club of tho W. C. T. TJ. will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:80 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ro ster on Benonl avenue. With Mrs. Lynch. Division No. 7 of the Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock at th<; home of Mrs. Arthur Lynch. 605 Sec ond street. All members are request ed to be present. To Entertain State Officials. Mrs. J. Gale Eberts. of Parkersburg. president of the West Virginia Suf-, frage League, will arrive here tomor row to attend the sessions of the con ference of the league and I,-ill be the guest of Miss Margaret McKlnney. j Mrs. Ellis Yost, of Morgantown, will also be a guest at the McKinney homo during her stay in the city. Will Arrive Tomorrow. Mrs. Mary E. Craigie, chairman oi the church worlc committee of the North American Women's Suffrage Association, of Buffalo. N. Y., will ar rive here tomorrow evening. She will , address the sessions of the conference Df the West Virginia Suffrage League and will go from here to Parkersburg. where she will deliver addresses. In City Today. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Camden Mc Kinley, of Wheeling, were in the city today enroute home from Weston, where they had been the guests of relatives for a few days. Elks' Dance. Fairmont Elks were hojls last evening at an elaborately appointed Waster ball, which event was held In the Masonic Assembly Hall. Guests numbering more than 250 were in attendance, the numebr in-! tUuding many from out of the city besides a large number of college lirls and boys who are spending the : tpring vacations here. An excellent program of dance mu ?ic was rendered by the Fairmont Or Use H. E. ltum bar gee's "ARTIST" Hair Dressing and Dandrtiff Eradicator "The Stamlard Prepara rat|pnf:|pr frfie Hair fa lp." felling at T'S CO. and M. B. H. Barr's Hair Dressing Parlors. ONCE USED?ALWAYS USED When Down Town Hot Chocolate and Other Hot Drinks Wiff Warm You Up crestra, a colored organization, who also rendered vocal selections during intermissions. The music was excel lent and the majority of the guests spent the evening dancing. However, card tables had been arranged for the entertainment of guests who did not dance, and these were occupied during the greater part of the even ing. At the lunch hour a buffet luncheon was served under the direction of W. H. Roush, and fruit punch was serv ed during the evening. The assembly lia.ll was artistically arranged for the event, growing flow ers of every variety being combined in a most effective decoration. The decorations were under the direction of the H. \V. Weber Company. The patronesses for the event i were: Mesdames M. L. Hutchirtson, W. S. Haymond, J. A. Clark. M. E. Ashcraft. George DeBolt, A. G. Mar tin, R. T. Cunningham, H. W. Show- ; alter, G. M. Brownfleld, Brooks Flem ing. Jr.. G. H. Brownfleld, C..E. Smith, i A. B. Scott. M. M. Neely, E. B. Moore, W. S. Black. The committee on arrangements was composed of Wayne Nay, W. D. Evans and John Flanagan. The floor | committee was composed of Charles! Bartlett, Raymond Haller and S. B. Brooks. Among out of town guests were: Miss Georgae Andros, Minneapolis; Miss Lolita McColloch. San Antonio, Texas; Miss Ailene Carney. Clarks burg; Miss Virginia Chrisman. Miss j Grace Courtney. Miss Katherine I Courtney. Morgantown; Miss Pefley, Idaho; Mr. Harry I.ambrecht, Graf-j ton; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clayton, j Mannington; Mr. Carl Beatty, Dr.; Bartlett, Mannington. Mrs. Bailey Hostess. Mrs. Bruce Bailey is hostess this! afternoon at her home on Fourth .street to the sewing circle composed of members of the Eastern Star Lodge. Missionary Meeting Tonight. The Woman's Foreign Mission So t clety of the First M. E. Church will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the church parlors. The meeting was postponed from last week. Following the meeting the "Standard Bearers" will render a program under the di rection of Mrs. C. O. Jackson. Guests at Sample Home. Miss Madge Sample is entertaining ; at her home at Laurel, Md.. Mrs. D. P. Fitch, of this city. Mrs. John Gates, of Philadelphia, had also been the guest of Miss Sample for a day. Birthday Event. Mrs. J. W. Coogle and daughter, Miss Katharine, entertained a num ber of friends at six o'clock dinner at. their home on Fifth street, honor-' I ing the birthday anniversary of Mr. j Coogle. The event was arranged as I a surprise to Mr. Coogle, who found the guests assembled there on his re turn home. An excellent dinner was served, covers being laid for Messrs. Sam B. Iseman, Howard Janes, Frank and Lowery Coogle, Howard Hawkins and Marcus Moran. Mr. Coogle was the recipient of a number of appro priate gifts. Mrs. Coogle and daugh ter was assisted in entertaining by the Misses Fletcher and Stotzer. To Entertain Club. Mrs. Earl Amos will entertain the Yotmg Married Women's Club on 'Wednesday afternoon at her home on Walnut avenue. Mrs. Butcher's Guest. Mr3. A. D. Hopkins, of Parkersburg. j who will attend the conference of the : West Virginia Suffrage League, will j be the guest of Mrs. B. L. Butcher' at Tier homo on Gaston avenue during ; the conference. Mrs. Talton Engle, of Grafton, will ! arrive here tomorrow to attend the! suffrage conference. She will be the I guest of Mrs". J. Engle on Walnut, avenue. cZl?it?l? aS he KUe't of Mn slm"It. Wxtz''^"AwS for Laurel. ^"re'lhe^a^be^the ! Kuest for several days of \ff?e m 1 :Bs:.%sa|MSs!Ks :MS*S.JKr "" 'K ! 2X "-.VT' delphia, where 8h^w?nrOW for Phiia Hall m? d le wln re-enter Eden her to Philadefph"1 W'U aCCOmpan-v Dwight Miller, of Olcoit !c ... week-end miest nf v,<Z i 8 Henry Capfu,-ChirleLton'r"* MrS" Mrs. Martha Dav" fea?l ^azette. atferndon for Wh-k/ tomorrow larA-gSjra'i^: family. She ! ,LM' Shtnn- and bastF"Ls*?a ue been^efy 7l? a^he^f^?* Who hai shopping here j'est'erday'a'rVieW ' ? attaJ h?SJ home on Diamond street e'r fromr%unnei"tone where" J}** returne,i j.? 0a"S: !S ?25 ? of their grandfather. T,Ir J M Rar, ley. on Quincy street. M" nart"i ?-"Sr? aaa hn*ubs! e;1^ "???'? ??Xbg; ma?e|!-tnni ? ' .^ley. of the Nor-! last night for" Milling,o^.00^'6j 'Vo spenti a week. ' to j ,?hI?,.Dopa '"ee Newman was called .'So m ?nie at Reeling yesterdav bv I iudge W^/eatb ot her brother, j Woman's ClulTpSns Mannington Meeting weeks0aeoUI)he<1 ,1i".t*lis P?P^ several ,h J- .fr ago- ,the district convention or the Woman's Club will be held Tn Mannington on Friday. May 14. v.^'Vv, be ,he second district con vention, these convention having been inaugurated a year ago when S ThSi ,'!1(;Citing was bel<1 '?> Fairmont The district is composed of the wom en s clubs of the First Congressional district of West Virginia. 6ressionaI j Mrs. A. L. Lehman is vice nrpsi dent for this district and will go to Mannington on Saturday, where she will confer with Mannington club women and formulate plans for the convention. tne slop 5!sthr1ct?fwllie mSeSeCt?nodn ?y It Morgan,townMannlngt?n convention ? L. Hutchinson, president of the West Virginia Federation ?f hot*? convention's. ^ ? Funeral Held Over Mrs. Gettings Today Funeral services over the remains! 85SSK " ?? Rev. Father Boutlou officiated at ' inVI^'r^3 HUd intern'ent was made in Holy Cross cemeterv. Two sDecinl cars carried the funeral party to the cemetery, the condition of the roads making passage in carriages imprac tica . The services were largelv at tended by relatives and friends in cluding many from out of town.' B. & N. Scattering More Slag Oil Track tracks. H\e car loads were taken to 'h??tr,eme end of the road on Mer chant street this morning. | EASTER PLANTSflT HALF PRICE TUESDAY AND the remainder of our of Spireas, Baby Lilies, Lilacs, Hybrid Ferns. We will sell Consisting Easter Hyacinths and 25c to 75c Nothing Higher I I NEW YORK?Dr. M. L. Ogan. chief of the division of epidemiology ot" the i department of health, has explained j why the immunixation of doctors and nurses involved in the outbreak of typhoid fever at Sloana hospital for women recenly was apparently so un successful. The outbreak was the one caused by "Typhoid Mary" Mai Ion. "Miss Malion carries bacilli of high degree of infectiousness," he said. "She is now the most famous ; 'carrier' in history." PLANS COMPLETED | FOR SUFFRAGE MEET i Delegates Will Begin To Ar rive Tomorrow For the Session. I Plans for the conference of the ! \\ est Virginia Suffrage League aI rapidly Hearing completion. The state officials, the speakers and those , who have been called to the confer , ence will begin to arrive in the city : '.tomorrow evening while others ?vlil | come on Thursday morning. The first session of the conference ; will be held on Thursday afternoon at ! the Country Club when addresses of welcome will be delivered by Mrs. Beulah Boyd Hitchie. president of the i local Political Equality Club, and ! Mayor Anthony Bowen. 1 On Thursday evening at 8:30 i o'clock a banquet will be served at ! the Manley hotel. One hundred cov ers will be laid for this banquet, in-: j eluding persons here for the confer ence, local people and those who will | participate on the program. Mrs. J. Gale Eberts, of Parkersburg, president of the West Virginia Sui- j frage League, will preside as toast mistress at the banquet. Mrs. Eberts ; will arrive here tomorrow evening and will be the guest of Mis3 Marga-; ret McKinney at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. McKinnoy. Mrs. Ellis Yost will arrive here Thursday and will also be entertained at the McKinney home on First 1 street. On Friday morning a meeting of the state executive committee will be held. Miss Margaret McKinney, of this city, and Mrs. Beulah Boyd ' Ritchie are members ot the state ex ecutive committee. ? Friday afternoon will be given over to discussions of methods for the campaign which the women will wags for the ratification of the suf frage amendment in 1S16. The slogan adopted by the women is "Victorv 1916." Mrs. Mary E. Craigie, chairman of ? the churchwork committee of the North American Women's Suffrage: Association, will address the confer ence on Friday evening at the Temple , on the subject "The Ideal Suffragist." ; Mrs. Craigie win arrive here Wednes- i day evening from Buffalo and will leave here Saturday for Parkersburg, where she will deliver addresses be I fore the women's clubs of that city. Mrs. Craigie is a speaker of Interna tional fame and her address will be a splendid one. Another speaker who i will be heard with interest, who also 1 i3 a noted worker in suffrage leagues is Miss Elizabeth J. Ilauser of War ren, Ohio. Miss Ilauser is talented as an organizer and her address will deal with methods for the campaign to be conducted in the state. Her suSject will be "Campaign Methods." Among the persons who will be here for the conference are Dr. Rossa and his wife, l)r. McCuno llossa, of Martinsburg, who will arrive here to morrow evening: MUs Beatrice Yeat er, of New Martinsville. Mrs. Eugene Ford, of Grafton; Mrs. Talton Engle, of Grafton: Miss Florence Hogue, of Wheeling: Mrs. Schroeder, of Graf ton; Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Yost, of Mor gantown; Mrs. E. Gale Eberts, of Par kersburg. state president of the West Virginia Suffrage League; Mrs. A. D. Hopkins, of PArkersburg; Dr. Harriet B. Jones, of Wheeling; Mr. and Mrs. George C. Sturgess, of Morgantown; Mr. and Mrs. John L. Ruhi, of Clarks burg; Judge J. C. McWhorter, of Buckhannon; Judge Frank Cox, oi Morgantown; Ex-Governor W. B. Glasscock, of Morgantown; Judge Frank Nesbltt, of Wheeling; Thos. B. Hodges, of Morgantown; Mrs. W. D. Woodbridge, of Parkersburg; Maroia Houston, of Charleston; Mrs. Thos. Peadro. Parkersburg; Miss Carrie Zane, Wheeling. The tickets for the banquet are in the hands of Mrs. Charles E. Manley. chairman of the entertainment com mittee, and those desiring same can secure them from Mrs. Manley. The tickets will cost one dollar. The following committees are in charge of the conference: Resolution?Miss Florence Hoge, Wheeling, chairman. Reception committee?Miss Marga ret E. McKinney. Mrs. R. L. Cunning-, ham. Hospitality committee?Mrs. C. E. Manley, Mrs. Allie Haymond. Decoration committee?Mrs. A. L. I Lehman, Miss Edna Morgan. More New Spring Goods Coming In Each Day T?day > A Style Show of Women's New Footwear By Edwin C -Burt Shoe Co. Showing- the latest Styles in Women's Shoes and Slippers for Spring and Summer. Every imaginable combination of colors in women's pumps, oxfords andmili tary boots will be Represented in the disp lay. Every woman particular about her footwear should attend this showing. Accept this as an urgent request to come and see what's netf in shoes. (First Floor.). ?V- , ? Embroideries Strongly Favored For Summer?Now Ready Fine, sheer embroiders of voile, swiss and \ batiste, not large in size and of a delicate charac ter. in width up to 21 inch6s. With white beading and narrow widths popular, are the leading features in embsoidery styles this yea^for the tiers and ruffles of the wide skirted summer ifrock and summer un derwear. .s Prices start at 12i/zC and'&o up to 50c a yard. Allover Embroidery in s*iss and nainsook. 21 inches wide, at 50c to $1.75 a yard. Covert Embroidery, excellent quality, suitable for ladies' and children's undergahnents at 10c, 12!/2o and 15c a yard. One lot of fine swiss Corttet Cover Embroidery at 50c a yard. On demonstration). 6$ Little Fairy Dress" JEmlbroidernes "They make the sweetest little dresses for Chil dren," said a lady at the embroidery counter. This good lady was perfectly right, for with a little in sertion and a yard of little Fairy t)ress Embroidery, one can make the prettiest child's dress imaginable. This embroidery is made of fine Swiss with pleated embroidered flounce, with wide beading at top. A free pattern with each purchase gives chart and general directions. Materials required for 2, 3 or 4 yfifcrs is one yard of Embroidered material for body antt-sleeves. For 5 or 6 years requires 1 yard if Embroidered material and 1-4 yard extra or plain lawn for sleeves. Price of Embroideries is $1.50 a yard. (First Floor.) Women's New Suits and Gowns Are coming in most every day. The very last expression of color, material and fashioning of women's new Suits and Gowns are here at your door. And it is surprising what real smaft suits can bo had for $15, $18 and $25. Some new Afternoon and Dance Dresses in silks and laces are very charming at $18 to $25. (Seednd Floor.) Just A Word to the Wise I NO S m Now is the time to place' your order, so that you will have them before the, sun gets too high. (Third Floor, Carpet Dept.) Spring amid Summer Millinery This season the beautiful graceful curves of the early colonial bonnets are yours to wear, but of course they are much smarter than those of olden times. The new Trans parent hats are vei*y popular, too. And various sizes in the new sailor hats, ranging from 'the largest shapes to the smallest have won great favor. Prices very moderate, $3.50 to $12.50. (Second Floor.) ...... Tike New Baby Coaches for Spring Are Ready This Reed Go-Cart With reversible gear; rubber tired, 12%-inch steel wheels; upholstered complete in Bed ford Cord; nickel plated trim mings; wind shield; natural color. Only $16.50. All gathered here for the Fail"?nopt babies who are going to enjoy the open sunshine from now on. hJe sensible fresli-air And as needs a com fortable carriage, we have this year/on comfort and convenien models, Evrfry motjjei^-and nur the chief nev/ieaturte?reversible the carriage body cajtt be li: by sligHf p^essur?^w* by an versed ^ ^ _______ ward or away from the person who is pushing.. By our special price arrangement even the.low-pricea models have this new gear. The Usual colors are gray, brown, natural and white. Prices range from $16.50 to $25.00; See our Window Display. jial emphasis - in the new Il ia _ . I Sar by which easier reach nple motion re -frame so as to iace either to A TOURIST COLLAPSIBLE GO-CART For $5.00 This Go-Cart, as pic tured, folds with one mo tion. has 10-inch rubber tires; spring seat; adjust able back and foot, fin ished in first quality leath erette; durable and light. Colors black or tan. Spe cial $5. Other Tourists Collapsi ble Go-Carts in black, tan or grey are $7 to $15. (Furniture, Fifth'Floor.) This Sewing Rocker, Special 98c WEDNESDAY. This comfortable, well made rocker of- good maple stock, free . from knots and finished in natur-,S al color of green enamel; double woven rattan seat) Special for Wed nesday, 98c. Note?No phone orders filled. ,4i