.A beautiful woman, called the "million
dollar alimony queen." haa married
her soldier boy.
Mrs. Froen B. Nulaen l? now the
? Wife of a captain In the Missouri mil.
.'ltla formerly of the Austrian army.
;f"Mrs. Nulaen was divorced from U
>-B. Reaklrt, son of the richest woman
'Ml,. . .
ei?>wji v/mio, aiiu ownwr 01 a ?^u,u?iu,uuu op:*J?tate
at Cincinnati on which he has a
I private swimming pool.
Before her marriage to him she was
Miss Edna Shea, anil was known In
i Winona, Wis., a summer colony as the
"lady of the lake." Her divorced
husband settled $1.100.Odd on her and
"I wish her all the happiness in the
. world." says Reaklrt.
Capt. Nulsen. when In the Austrian
army, was decorated by Kaiser Franz
Josef with the "sign of honor." Ills
honeymoon will he shortened so he
can rejoin his regiment on the Mexican
1 LOCAL SOC
Mrs. Pari .Miller, .Miss Heat rice and
Myrtle Miller, Fauline Frey and 11. L.
Miller of this city, attended the marriage
of Miss Frances Louise Frey to
Dale Uensou Miller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. IV Millnr. nf thiw r*it\ . af
Wednesday of last week.
* * * *
To Entertain Club.
Mrs. Guy Cochrun and Mrs. Inez
Amos will entertain tlie Young Married
Women's Club 011 Wednesday afternoon
at (he home of the former on
D. A. R. Meeting.
Tho regular meeting of the William
Haymond Chapter of the Daughters of
the American llovolution will be held
on Wednesday afternoon of this week
at the home of Mrs. Ewdin Forrest
Hartley 011 Fairmont avenue. The program
as outlined In the year book U
if as follows. Women of Pioneer Days?
- ' Mrs. George M. Alexunder. Magazine
^ ftevlew?Mrs, A. L. Lehman. Reports
i oi tstaio uontcrence. Music.
Announcement lias been made ot
the marriage ot Miss Fraukje Price,
daughter ot Milton Price, ot Halleck,
and Mr. llayea Zinn. of Akron, I)., formerly
of this city, which event was solemnized
at Cladesvillc. Hev. M. Hall,
of the Baptist church officiating. Mr.
Zinn was formerly employed here
with the L". S. Kypresa I'o.
* 4 M +
The Misses Utah and Louise Johnson
entertained the Stoetzer Mission
Band on Saturday afternoon at their
home on Walnut avenue. A program
waa rendered by members of the band
and refreshments were served by uu
P. E. Club to Meet.
An important meeting of tho Political
Equality (Mub will be held to1
night at he Woman's building on Main
street and I'clvelaml avenue. All
members are requested to be present.
Daughters of Confederacy.
The Daughters of tin; Confederacy
Mill meet with Mrs. It. M. liite at her
home on Fairmont avenue Tuesday
afternoon at two o'clock.
Entertained at Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dunham entertained
at dinner yesterday at their
wuumiv iiuiii": uuar Mnaii:-vim'. \ uvers
"were laid for Mr. ami Mrs. S. K.
PIMPLY? WELL, DON'T BE!
People Notice It. Drive Them Off
with Dr. Edwards'
jjft. , A pimply face will not embarrass yotl
much longer if you get a package of Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin
should begin to clear after you have
taken the tablets a few nights.
. Geansc the blood, the bowels and the
i liver with Dr. Kdwards' Olive Tablets,
'? the successful substitute for calomel?
"..there's never any sickness or j>ain after
.' taking them.
h. >Pr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that
| which calomel docs, and just as cfFcettively,
but their action is gentle and
safe instead of severe and irritntinc.
No one who takes Olive Talilets is
Iver cursed with "a dark hrowit taste."
% bad breath, a dull, listless, "no t;ood"
feeling. constipation, torpid liver, bad
disposition or pimply face.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
burely vegetable compound mixed with
pllve oil; you will know them by their
Dr. Edwards spent years nmone patients
afflicted with liver and bowel
lowplaints, and Olive Tablets arc the
: mUnensely effective result.
! Take ntie or two nicrhtK* for -?
fcee how much better you fool ami look.
jftc and 25c per box. All druggists.
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
'' - v.1'.' ......
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IAL EVENTS |
Jar.or. Mr. ami Mrs. J. D. Lanham and
little daughter, Kathleen. and Miss
Hazel Lanhain. of rairmout, William
JIughes, of Mannlngton
+ * M
j A very pretty home wedding was
I solemnized this morning at the home
I of Sheriff ami Mrs. JJennett when
their daughter. UubyM.. was utmeu in
| holy bonds of matrimony to Mr. Clyde
| Harrison Kinline! by Hev. i.eland Jer
ome roweu, pastor ot the HapUst
church. Only the immediate members
of the family were present to witness
the ceremony which was performed
in the parlor of the bride's home,
which was beautifully decorated
with chrysanthemums} and autumn
leaves for the occasion. Immediately
Y3 UR well-brewt
rich chocolate, yc
all taste the bettei
Social Tea Biscuit.
always .fresh and
Social Tea Biscuit
ment of all refresh
B TfJC A TP r*
gj ? A ni^/\ x JC.IV?
This is a stirring four act dram
and a cast of ample size and ahiiit
life. The story ip interest compel
Ucbhai'L and Jennie MacPherson i
A good comedy fen!tiro that ahi
I OPEN FROM 1 TO 11 P.
For your Flower Pots a
20c, 25c. For Hosiery, mei
] good values 10c, 15c, 25c.
winter, only Side each. Sj
Nov. 15, 2 bushel clothes
see. One to a customer,
and nuts and all kinds ot
look and see
honeymoon In cities In the West. They |
will make their future home In this :
city. Mr. Klmmel Is one of the crri-1
clent assistants In the local postofflce
I, ? *?
! .Mist Genevieve Haymond has re1
nalllmoeo i?kne? V, ? ,1
iiiiur-u ii mil uaiuiuuic "iicic ouv; nail
ben the guest of friends for severul
1 .Miss Mary Katharyn PeBussey, of
I Parkersburg. has aeccpted a position
! with the Stevenson Wholesale Grocery
in this city.
Mrs. B. F. Reed left Saturday for
Benson, Harrison county, to visit her
,son. W. T. Keed. and family.
Miss Kdna Rinehart is recovering
! from a week's illness at her home on
1 Gaston avenue.
: nir. and mrs. ? m. o. crice. or Hives!
vllle, are moving to tills cltv for the
! winter. Their son, Elmer Price, will!
I reside with them.
i Mrs. Cecil \V. Lewis, of Klngwood, I
! who had heen the guest of her cousin, j
i Miss Cora Wheeler, on Pierpout uve- i
Inue. nas returned to her home.
I JIlss Margaret Snider and coustn, j
Miss Helen DeBerry, of Clarksburg,
j spent Sunday here at the home of the
I former's mother. Mi . Christine. Sui-1
| der on Madison street.
I .mo. m. u. oiiueis, ur ;\orwicn,
Is viniting her father, J. J. Wigginton,
I of the Eighth ward.
[ MONONGAH [
Tile Acme society will met till-, ov-1
citing at the home of .Miss llallie Orr
of lirookdalc. Several important bus- \
iness matters will lie discussed with,
the usual program. The social committee
will he in charge of the latter
i part of the evening.
A largo number of Mouongnh boys
attended the Men's meeting at the
(irand theatre Sunday afternoon, conducted
by Charles It. Drum, of Now
York. All who attended were espccialI
ly enthused with Hie address.
The first Sunday motion pictures
that have been run In Mouougah for
several months were seen at the Cvrir
I theatre last evening. Among the picj
tures was the "Made in Fairmont I
| .Movie." The same picture wUi be
! run again Thursday evening.
I Joe Powell spent the week-end with
' relatives In Valley Kails.
I Arlic Judy was a caller In Fair;
mont Saturday evening.
Miss Mary Wallman spent the weekj
end with friends in Morgantown.
George helving was a social citller
| in Fairmont last evening.
^ 10 cents |
:d afternoon tea, your
>ur fragrant coffee,
r when served with
t, delicately flavored,
enhance the enjoyment.
a of the west with adequate scenery
y to make the production true to
ling from start to finish. Charles
ire in the leading parts.
>uiids iii funny situations and plenty
M. ADMISSION 5c
LW ALTER 1
nd Jardenieres 5c, 10c, 15c,
rs and ladies and children's
Children's Underwear for
tecial for next Wednesday,
baskets at 25c. Come and
Make a special on candies
' fruits. Come and take a
terdav visiting Mend*. - T**"
Miss Ola Wilson, of Shlnnston, was
a caller In Monongab during the week.
Girald Leonard, of Annabelle. was
calling on friends In Monongab Saturday.
Mike Martin and Norman Mygrs
were In Fairmont Sunday evening.
rirn ?nP9?p in rfirnvnrinir frnm o antr.
oral days' Illness.
Martin Morris and Dover Sprang
were visitors in Fairmont yesterday
Mr. ami Mrs. James Jones were
among the callers out of town yesterday
Arlie Judy was among the business
visitors in Fairmont during the week.
Mel Barker spent the week-end
with relatives in Morgantown.
Mrs. S. A. Stephens, of Chieflon.
was a shopper In Monongab Saturday
Mr a. Lucv Snodgrass Is visiting Mrs.
Ida Brooks. o[ Hutchinson.
HUNDREDS TESTIFY HERE
IN THIS STATE.
New Martinsville. West Vs.?"For
several years I was a sufferer from indigestion
ami constipation. Was bothered
? my stomach ^after
'IJth'- eating and 'was so
V? ? THr constipated that
VM ^n~' ou'v re"e' *as
many remedies and
JIHjF''doctored with two
v y!/" .^physicians but
\\ \ / C / would only get reN\~
O ' lief for a short
?time. Finally, I
rrrotr Dr. Pierce concerning my case
-::d immediately received a reply advising
me to take ' Golden Medical Discovery
' and Nux Vomica and cat
graham bread and to avoid drinking
anything at meal time. I used the
remedies about three months. I am
now perfectly healthy, for which 1 am
very grateful indeed." ? Mrs Nora
| Bric.GS, New Martinsville, West Va.
Now is the time to hrlng to your aid
Dr. ri*Mv#''s Golden Medical Discovery
flu tabid <?r liquid form). This wonderful
remedy heljis to restore the
stomach to its natural health and
strength and to secure projwr flow of
the digestive juices, a good appetite and
mil dtgcstiou 01 tnc toiKl you eat. It invigorates
tlic liver, regulates the bowels
and purifies and enriches the blood.
1 >r.' Pierce's (loideii Medical Oisroverv
Is ahsolutely free from alcohol
and injurious drugs. Vou can take it.
and ho certain you will find it a true
liliwKi-tmtker, tissue-builder, and restorative
nerve tonic and that it will
produce no evil nflryrffcclt. Thousands?
probably many of your own
neighbors?arc willing to recommend
II,. .. H-.ll.-1 lvl
L/|I i ivitun Muiuva ??u*uii;?u wisiiourjr
because It has made them stronger in
body, brain and nerve. Write Doctoi
Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.,
for free i
Tonight, Tomorrow night and
Wedneiday, Matinee and Night
In the wonderful play
Tess of the
The best play the "Hipp" ever
L_l - -J
i i iau?
Tomorrow night is
|| A new play Thursday. |
Friday, Nov. 17
Matinee and Night
OLIVER MOROSCO Present*
THE SUPREME SUCCESS
Ill IVaV 111 ll
J. HARTLEY MANNERS
Ten million people or more have
laughed and cried with "Peg."
Special cars returning to Man
ntngton. IVorthlngton, Falrview and
way stations. Scats on sale at
Martin's Tuesday. Mail orders
PRICES?Special bargain matinee.
entire lower floor 75c. Balcony
50c. Night. $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50e,
25c. Curtain 2:15, 8:15.
NOTE?This is ono of the highest
class organizations to appear
in Fairmont litis season, and is
personally guaranteed by the Management.
j Every Day
j the Hartley
'i! \fmn C/\o<<
i uuaj lit vv OClg
Women and Yoi
Dark blue is the preferred c
brown, black or green as w
crepe or fine white collar ligl
Straight line dresses, pleated skirt
S new wool embroidery, dresses with ne
ual bodies?all art bare. Priced $6.75
Fur Trims M.
Finer Coats ff<
In this superb stock of Winter coats 3
need for women of mature years and >
Jaunty little models for Junior RirlB.
liavc trimmings of good furs or fur fab
Among the coats at $13.50 to $19.50
broadcloths, plushes and chinchillas, in
They are large enough to make
, any size bath robe. They come in
all colors, and including cords and
fasteners, at $2.75 each.
We will make them up for you,
for $1.00 each. Third Floor Annex.
A splendid material for the making
of children's robes and men's
smokiner 17 Innhpa trlflp
40c a yard. Third Floor Annex.
are finding Just the right kind ot
stamped goods In the Art Department
to make pretty Christmas
girts. Full Christmas stocks are
now ready. First Flour.
Most every day now new gloves
come into the Cloto Section. Just
received are some very handsomo
kid gloves in a new shade of brown
and champagne black and white,
with pretty embroidered backs, at
$2.00 a pair.
A sntarl. new. washable wriststrap
glove, like picture, in brown,
white, grey and champagne is
And a new washable capeskin
clove tn pearl. Ivory, fawn, tan,
grey and black, pique and outaeam
pawn, with contrasting bark stitching
is J2.00. First Floor.
Combination color plaids in green
rod. tan. brown and blue. Some are
reversible, with one side plain color
and the other plalded. All are
full size. $3.30 to (16.00.
Third Floor Anne*.
i A Pretty
MEANS EVERYTHING TO A SUIT
| The new feather boa is the favorite
Just now and we are showing
an entirely new line of all the
latest color and color combinations
to go with practically every
costume. Prices aro $2.73 to $10.
Turkish Towels for
\ T U
i auv,) vv uirv
Women are buying Turkish tow
els and toweling to crochet borders
and make up into fancy bags,
combing jackets and pretty things
for Christmas gifts.
There are plain-white and colored
towels and bathroom setS at
very moderate pricesThird
None better than those you will
I find here at $1 to J15 a pair.
Third Floor Annex.
- :v'r;:V Vx';: ?' " - 4 ; ' ,'w< ;V;
rhe new Subscription ^
or December are \
pari v. First. Flnor
' a Little B
j Store of
e Dresses for
:olor. but there is deep
ell. Sometimes a soft
iitens the dark hue. ^
dresses, tailored ilreBses with
w sleeves anil collars and unu?
any of the
rou will find garments for every
ounger women, including many
A numtier of the better styles
are velours, tweeds, diagonals,
every wanted color, and all ars
Smart Millinery at!
The New Dre:
The Dress Goods Section Is ri
fashionable fabric a woman m;
winter suit or coat.
New Sui*inas of oordurnv. velv
gp, poplins, checks, among othei
Coatings of thick, soft materia!
greens, navy, tan ami black will
$2.50 anil SS.UU a yard.
Hartley Shoes Ar
One ot the first things a woman n
Into u pair of the Hartley shoes is
pleasing way in which they helghtei
Such elegance 1h difficult to obtal
The secret of this graceful fit is it
are modeled with unusual care am
will hold their shape until discards
Hartley shoes arc $4 to $10.
Boys' Suits anc
Built for Go(
Trust a live boy to find out the we
or an overcoat.
Every mother knows that strong,
not particular about their clothes,
about the joy of life.
The Hartley bovh' Store lias the i
boys at $5,011 to $12.00.
Complete stocks now ready for w
lined stocking at 15c to the finest kl
letter In ;|
cfiky _ I ;ll
With Correct Lines. svj?
Ton fow women iVfJftS
J realizo that the new " Tsi
L suit or the new gown fSaH
| should bo fltted over . iOjcffl
L and worn with a corI
net that Is correct in puOH
% all its lines and that 5SMW
3 Is suited to the fig. M HKfl
= There are Madamn . "cmS
? Lyra and Gosaard
? Corset styles tor all
? possible typeB of
II figures. and from $3 K|?
^ N'ew Brassieres of ; 11m
net, lace and silk
now ready at BOc to
$3.50 to $5.00 ill
usivo and very smart colleo- " ip
ood looking hats (or these igj
iiro largo sailors, trlrornes : 3fm
very small liats; there is i%
I all the suit colors repre- ;?||
mi the trimmings are rich, sjjjSB
d very interesting,
t Is a worth while collection ...
woman in need of an extra . i; SfflsBs
ro will he surprised at the " :$5gl
values we are showing at
Second Floor. ' '213
eady with every kind of ISgaM
ly require for her new I||8|
eteens, broadcloths, serg- Ia3?l
s, $1.00 to $2.50 a yard. |;*9
s in gold, dark and light ;-nsf IgjSM
make handsome topcoats ,V;/. KSiffl
e Modeled to ^
otices when placing her feat
i their nicety ot fit and the fp
i the heauty of the feet. - ,\jj ||
n In any other shoes,
i the fact that Hartley shoes ?0? -i'M
1 precision. They positively 'S
Mrat Floor., cf 9
ak points in a suit of clothe* ,> 'i ?9
healthy lads, as a rule, are . |
They are more particular ^ I t
If?llI VInil f\f olnilto" IliH
o"? v.iuiu6a uiv _ in "I
inter^ from a wpman's fle?et jgjs
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