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[ JUDGE VINCENT'S !
L COURT JANUARY 16
{Jury Will Not Report Until
the Following Monday
jf fry,*
I' The regular January term of Inter- j
Taedieto Court will convene before
Judge George A. Vincent ou Tuesday,!
January 16. A full docket will be tak
-en up. A number of misdemeanor*
Which were certified from the Circuit'
Court to Judge Vincent's court, will be
faken up and likely tried at this term.
Tho petit Jury will report for duty j
| *>n January 22. The jury has been
drawn as follows:
Sanford Merrill, Calvin nice. J. H.
Sobs, Enoch Ferroll, James 1. Phillips,
J. G. Jones, W, Z. Hays, L>. X. lluw-j
!' kins, Festus Michael, Louis Hartley,
"W. B. Haggerty, Joshua Holbort, W.
K. Cunningham. E. It. Nixon. Jesso T.
Floyd. C. A. Mauley. IS. F. Price,
French Farrlsh, J. H. Hock. Jr.. M. II.
Gilmoro, George lcc, James linlm-1
bridge, C. B. Parrlsh. George L. llullah,
J. H. Ashcraft, Harry Sturm. At- j
thur T. Arnett/Slmeon Moore, Henry
Hauglit, Marshall Hawkins, Karl Hawkins,
Festus K. Heck, L. C. Fitzliugh,
Wilbur Grafflus, Plnknev Wilson,
Charles Wilson. Charles O. Parker,
James W. Linn, Sam Williams, Ezra
Xenner, W. H. Hawkins, Arch Fleming.
W. E. Beall, Lon Powell and W.
j n. Powell.
I Woman's Club Tomorrow.
The regular meeting of tho Woman's
Club will be held on Friday afternoon
at 3 o'clock at the club apartments In
tho Watson hotel. Mrs. George DoBoU,
chairman of the Art and Literature de i
partment, under the direction of which
the program Is presented, will speak
on Current Events. The musical program
will be as follows:
Vocal solo, (a) In the Time of Roses,
Reichtardt; (b) Thine My Thoughts
Are, Margareta, Mevcr-Helmund?Sirs.
Serman G. Stoctzer.
Piano solos, (a) To Spring, Op. 43,
Edward Grieg; (b) I'olanaise, C sharp
minor. Op. 26, Chopin?Miss Katherlne
Moore. :
' "Tobacco" Not Named From riant.
The tenn "tobacco" is indeed dorived
not from the plant, but from an
Instrument sharply described In 1535
by Oviedo as a "small, hollow, wooden
tube shaped like a letter the two
points of which are Inserted In the
nose of the smoker, the other end held
Into the gmoke of burning tobacco, and
thus the fumes arc lnhnied."
p-> Town Talk |
Paw Paw Road Petition?The coun|
*y court la expected to take action!
K , thin afternoon on the petition ot Paw
Paw district citizens for a special j
road bond election. Tito action of the >
court has been held up by some mln- i
or revisions which are being made inj
the petition. '
Eighth Ward Bible Clate?Through .
orirer the announcement was made
that there would be no meeting at the
Eighth ward Bible class this week.
But the class will meet at the usual
time Friday evening, January 5. The
program is as follows: Music, prayer,
piano solo, Adelaide Hawkins; chorus
of girls; talk by Rev. Officid, lesson
taught by.J. W. Murphy.
Home From Hospital?Jacob Watkins
who was operate^ on recently at
Cook hospital for the removal of a carbuncle
has sufficiently recovered as
to be out. He is recuperating at the
, home of bis daughter. Mrs. C. E. Hutchinson,
at Sonnencroft.
Gov. Fleming's Condition?Hon. A.
B. Fleming who has been confined to
his home In this city for several weeks
?7 auuoruiB wiui oruucmai trouoie. is
slowly recovering and Is now able lo
sit up a part of the day.
Sohool of Photography?Coyd Yost
who had been employed in tho photoI
graphic department of the A. 0. Martin
book store, left last night for McMenvllle.
Tenn.. where he will enter
H'' the Sou thera School of Photoplay.
the Southern School of Photography.
C i Collecting Curloi?The Senior clasB
in American history at the high school
under tho direction of its teacher, Miss
b|i' Dora Newman, la making a collection
of curios which are being placed in
In their claBs room. Quito an Interesting
collection has been gathered and
will bo added to from time to time by
the students who are manifesting quite
a good deal of Interest In the project.
Good Roads Meeting?Arrangements
r arc being made for a good roads mcel
lng at Monongah on the afternoon of;
next Wednesday, January 10, at which
time the road situation In Grant die. I
Eie discussed. Tbe affair Is
of Carroll Currey, D. I'.
George Hull.
8. Meeting?This afternoon
of the Public Health Nurss
Is being hold at tho Y. M.
tag.
irrlage License?The first
Iconsc to be Issued this year
oho Black and Ptggle Claylored
couple.
Installation ? This evening
e room in tho Fleming buildwill
be an installation of
if Mountain City lodge,
f Pythias. After the cereire
will be an oyster Bupper.
rs to be installed are: I. L.
n, C. C.; Richard Gllkeeon,
red R. Cole, Prelate; J. A.
i. of W.; R. C. Miller, K. of
P. P. Hall. M. of F.; S. E.
of E.; G.N. Welch. M. at A.:
rose, I. G.; W. H. Stanhagen,
I. Lydlc, trustee.
FAIRMONT HIGI
Itema About Faculty and 8tudent i
Senior Eni
HIGH SCHOOL RECONVENES
The CbrlBtmaH holidays havii
passed, many students now look for
ward to Washington's birthday as the
one bright spot In the near future
Judging from a gdnerul observatlor
and bits of conversation between the
students, one is lead to believe thai
perhaps not all of them had an In
tense desire to return to school Tues
day morning. No doubt a great many
students resolved on Monday that they
would do more creditable work the
rest of the year out hut on Tuesday
rebelled at the Idea of having to be
tjiii nu ouuii. nuwrvcr, i lit? unguium)wan
made less difficult by the jani
tors, who had cleaned up the build
Ing during the holidays, and by the
teachers who ramo back from thcli
vacations with bright smiles and pleas
ant greetings?as though Santa Claus
had paid them a very satisfactory visit
Perhaps.*after all. returning to school
was not such a very difficult task.
STUDENT COUNCIL MEETS
The Student Council, a representative
body of students selected from the
various classes of the lllgli school
had its first meeting Tuesday. The
purpose of the Council, which uiets
every two woeks. Is to consider school
problems and thus aid the Principle
in managing the affairs of the High
school. Several weeks ago. the following
students wore elected to the
Council from the different classes:
Seniors?Mary Romano. Howard
WadBwortli; Juniors?Pearl Griffith,
Hugh Jonus: Sophomores?Huddoll
Johnson, Charles Loar; . Freshmen?
Lea Gllkoson, Frank Fleming. Some
very Important matters relative to the
welfare of the High school were considered
at the mooting, Tuesday.
LUNCHES SERVED
The Domestic Science department
Is now serving lunches to the studeuti
and teachers, who find it necessary tc
remain at tho High school for lunch.
The following Is a sample menu:
Cream of Corn Soup J.O3
Cheese Sandwich 04
Ginger Bread . 0U
Peanut Butter Sandwich 00
Potato au gratln 05
Mot llhosolate 04
Hot Chocolate 04
Miss Gasklll, the Domestic Science
teacher. Is In charge. A special cook
has been employed who will prepare
lunches to suit the taste of the most
fastideous.
MAPLE LEAVES PROGRESSING
Maple Leaves, the High school annual.
Is progressing rapidly. A general
plan for the book has already been
decided upon and the Junior are becoming
very enthusiastic. The Editing
stuff hones tn have tlie ImnU nnt
much earlier this year than formorly.
SEMESTER ENDS
About five weeks hence. February 2,
the first semester ends. At that time,
the following short, courses will he offered
for tho second semester: Solid
geometry, community civics, bookkeeping.
physiology, hygiene, survey of vocations,
physiography and millinery.
CHAPEL PROGRAM
The chapel program Friday morning
hah not been definitely arranged but
it Is probable that Mr. Wirt G. Faust,
a former teacher in the High school
will give some musical numbers. Mr.
Faust Is a graduate of tile Wincon
sin university and has recently taught
in the Indianapolis High school. It Is
hoped that the High school may have
the privilege of hearing him sing.
HOLIDAY DANCE
One of the social events of the holiday
season which many High school
students attended wns tho dance on
December 2G by Hernard Arnctt and
Robert Henry at the Masonic Temple.
Dancing liegan about nine and lasted
until one o'clock. At eleven a buffet
Buppor was served. Several students
attending out-of-town schools wero
present.
CHRISTMAS CAROLS
On Christmas Eve about midnight.
tl.n -Dov.o* fll-lcl ril - " -*
wiu uuja iuiu Ull IB Ull'c CIUU8 Ol lilt!
school rode through the city and suborbs
lu automobiles singing Christmas
carols. Many people enjoyed the splendid
music during the evening.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN
STATE UNIVERSITY
Wo should be pround of the fact that
we furnish so many students for the
university from our school. Some of
the university students who spent
their vacation in Fairmont ure Robert
and Paul Talbott, Vontou ltiggs. Harold
Hutchinson. Earl Fox. James
Burns, Victor Shaw, Hunter Neely,
Rual Swlgo'r. Paul Amos, Harold
Roush, Sydney Levin. Wayne Shuttlesworth,
Paul Hawkins and Beatrice
Hall.Arthur
Cunningham, a member of
the E. B. Moore class, entertained a
number of High school students at his
B THERE'S YER JUG
Jg Of VJIME6AR, MlSTE
I tTLV. Sfc THIRTY
PlVE
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4 SCHOOL NEWS
Activity Prepared by Members or the
jlish Classes.
homo on Quffey street lu the First
ignard, last Monday night. The evening
1 was dolightfully spent .with gum -a and
: | music which were followed by ex.;
i client refreshments served by the
i. host.
ATHLETIC NEWS
Basketball
, During the Christmas vacation lint
! Fairmont High school basketball team
! played the Klngwood tossers nnd the
> | Moundsvllle High quintette. Hot U ot
these teams are entered in the West
1 Virginia High School Tournament ut
; Uuckhannon on March 16-17.
The second string men were start
ed against Kingwood but before tho
i first half ended they were ln,for help.
The local team won both games, the
. later being merely a practice one.
> Final score: Kingwood. ::9. Fairmont
, High. 57.
I The feature of the second game was
the ull around playing of the local
j team which is steadly improving uudei
the leadership of Coach Moore. The
I final score forThls game was: Moundsijville,
6: Fail-mint High. S5.
PARKERSBURG HIGH VS.
FAIRMONT HIGH
I The local team wll leave Saturday
i: morning at eight o'clock for Parkers
! burg where the two teams will battle
for the floor aupremancy of the shcools.
j Thero Is a great ileal of rivalry between
these two teams and thlH game
will be watched closely by the local
j fans. Let us hope Fairmont is the
l winner. Later In January the 1'arkersj
burg passers wil Journey to this city
I and without a doubt this game will be
watched by one of the largest crowds
ever assembled In the Y. M. C. -V
gymnasium.
CLASS LEAGUE SCHEDULE
Below is a list of basketball games
i scheduled to be played by the differ>
ent classes of tho High school. Mr.
McClure assistant coach will hare
ifthflPffn f?r tlioun trtimna
Schedule
January o?Freshmen vs. Soplio:
mores: Junior vsfl Seniors.
January 12?Freshmen vs. Junior;
: Sophomores vs. Seniors.
January 26?Sophomores vs. Jun;
iors; Freshmon vs. Seniors.
February 2?Freshmen vs. Junior;
i Sophomores vsr Seniors.
February 9?Sophomores vs. Jun.
! iors; Freshmen vs. Seniors.
The two teams winning the highest
number of games wll lplay for the
i championship of the school on FcbruI
ary 16 and 23.
Y. M. C. A. BASKETBALL
Prospects at the "Y" look bright
this season for a winning basketball
team and all Higli school students as
well as outsiders should attend these
games.
The team is composed of such men
as Moore, coach and athletic director
of the school; McCIure, assistant
coach, also of the High school; Don
Arnett and "Lightening" Welkins, old
Normal stars; "Nig" Reed, of Fairmont
High school fame and many others.
PERSONALS
The Misses Mabel Horchled and
Ruth Shafferman were In Newberry
during their Christmas vacation.
Miss Esther Toothmau returned
home Monday evening after speudiug
the holidays at Bentons Ferry.
Miss Gertrude Thrall spent a verypleasant
vacation while visiting friends
in Belington. W. Va.
Miss June Boorc has returned to
school after having visited her parents
in Eldora. W. Va.
Miss June Suitor has returned home
I after having visited friends at her
] former home in Belleview, Pa.
Miss Dortha Howard spent the liolli
days with relatives at Point Marlon
and Unlontown. Pa.
i Miss Juanita Thomas has returned
I to school after having spent the
rill-luttxnu VIMolInn 1 I I
?.... Ob IICl ilUIlie 111
Donora, Pa.
Mr. John Peppers) of Parkersburg,
W. Va.. was in Fairmont and attended
the Fairmont High school and Moundsvllle
game. He lias returned home.
Edward Jones, a member ol' the Senior
elass in the Fairmont iilgb school,
is rapidly recovering from the operation
he underwent at the AVest Penn
hospital in Pittsburgh.
Miss Frances Kelley spent the
Christmas holidays with Iter parents
at Blackvllle, W. Va.
Charles Loar of the Sophomore
class visited his parents near Morgantown
during the Christmas holidays,
but has returned to sltcooi.
Harry .Phillips, a former student o!
the High school, is spending a few
days in New York city.
Ward .t.anknm, former coach of the
Fairmont High school and at present
a student at West Virginia university,
j was a visitor at the High school Tues!
day.
j Miss Emma Syndor attended the
! ussemhly dance at Clarksburg.
MiBS Goldio Hartly and Beatrice
I
FRECKLES AND
Ri|Tuurry-FWE
MRS.
COREY VJCTIM OF 1
MYSTERIOUS ILLNESS
'kjjg
.Mrs. it. uougan and daughter, Miss
Nell, have returned from Grafton,
whero they had spent a few days with
relatives.
Edgar Barrett has roturned from
Grafton where he hud been the guest
for a brief visit of Frederick Sehroo|
der.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Kelley left this
afternoon for Brownsville. Fa., to
spend a few days with relatives. ?
Mrs. P. 0. McBee who had been the
uest of friends here has returned tot
her home In Morgantowu.
Halford Conwell. a student at Heldelburg
university, at Tltfon. o.. who ,
hud spent the holidays here with the
the family of 11. F. Evans has returned
there to resume his.studies, lie
was the honor guest while here at
several events at which Miss ltuth
Evans was hostess.
Mrs. B. F. Ueed has returned from
Wheeling where she had been for a i
week, the guest of her son, John Itecd i
i u iitl family. ;
Bom on New cYar's clay to Mr. and
Mrs. James lee a (laughter.
Miss KUna Kclloy, of Indianapolis.1
Ind., and Miss Virginia Jacobs, of Mor- >
gantown. are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Kern.
J. Paul Jones, who has been visiting
Ills parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Jones, litis returned to Princeton. W.
I Va.. where he is principal of the high j
school. Miss Helen Jones wil leave
this evening for Oberlin college after i
being the guest of her parents. Mr. i
and Mrs. Jones.?Sistcrsville Dally Ilcvlow.
Miss Ruth Butcher is il of measle?
I at her home 011 Alexander pluce.
metz7tems.
John Smith who lias been sick for
! some time, remains in a serious condi{tlon.
i Mrs. Vista Ulackbitni and two children,
of Mliwood, are visiting her
mother, Mrs. Sarah Pugli, this week.
ILTi-u rirtll W..1.. ,1 ' " 1
* 110. 0V?. Atljtvi UIIU nil tc lltlHUUll, '
i and Mrs. Anna Laird and two children,
of Kentucky, were called here last
week on account of tho serious illness :
of their father, Mr. John Smith.
Mr. Enis Bruuimage, who has been |
HIS FRIENDS?(WELL IT'S
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COR.EY
Mrs. Corey, wife of the former prcsi-11
dent of the United States Steel corporation.
lias returned from Kunuie
racked by a mysterious Illness. Sue.
nursed wounded soldiers In her castle
in France. Mrs. Corey was Mabelle
Gllman, actress. i <
I Hall, who spent their Christmas vacuI
tlon with relatives in the country,
have returned homo.
Mr. J. T. McClure of the High school
faculty visited hls'home In Wooster.
Ohio, during the holidays.
Mr. Carl J. Ramsey recently enjoyed
a pleasant visit at his home in
West Union. W. Va.
Miss Wilhelmlna Il.Cockayne spent
a very enjoyable vacation at her home
id Tiffin. Ohio.
Miss Dora L. Neman visited relatives
In Pittsburgh during the Christmas
vacation.
|| personals"" 1
D. M. Osgood has returned from New I
York where he had spent the ltyst two I
weeks buying for the Osgood store.
T. S. liardesty, of Mauniiigtou, wus J
a business visitor in the city today. i
, LI &
Evening Chat
It is a poor dinner at which thern
la not at leant one good Joke told, for
there was never a speaker but what
did not have one good joke. At the
Chamber of Commerce banquet the
other evening C. C. Wedding, president
of the American Valve and Tank Company.
told this good one:
A % ?->M falUur ? life..) U L'?.,
oil v>u ivtivn nuw in vu ill l\cll* i
tucky. decided to soil out his belonging
and movo to Indiana. Alter ho had j
givou away the dog and parked the :
dishes, he walked out iu the yard aud
said hla re well-:
" 'Good by, old house, I'm going to
Indiana.'
" 'Good by. trees. 1'iu going to In- ;
dintni.' '
" 'Good by, suu, I'm going to In-1
diaua.'
" 'Good by, God. I'm going to I11dlnna.'
"Some years later the old Kentucklun
came home Cor a little visit utter
having lived in Indhinu for the time. !
lie visited all the places of Interest
about the old home :2nd then said gout. !
bye again?
" 'Good bj. old house, lilt going buck
to Indiana.'
" 'Good by. trees, I'm going back to
Indiana.'
" 'Good by. sun. I'm going back to
Indiana.'
"And tlmn with a gsrnt shout ?
" 'GOOD. BY GOD I'M GOING BACK
TO INDIANA!"
iald up with a sprained foot for some
time, is able to be out again.
Frank Homier lins moved his family
from near Wadcstowu to tbu Frank
Snider property in town. Ho lins
jiiitc a bunch of teams and works for
[lie South Penn Oil company.
Miss Elizabeth Wilson is sick at her
homo.
I Int'll 111?ni* miit'oil liia fiimili- fem? !
Fairvlew to pur town ana will live In
[ho Hesikiah Hawkins property.
Mrs. I'leasy Wilson Is in a serious
condition, very lttle Uopos for her recovery
being held.
FOR SALIC?Household goods. Apply
044 Monroe street. l-4-3t No 1701
FOUR LOTS in Jackson addition for
sale, tine spring, good location for
pop factory', railroad boarding house
and restaurant, factory site, good
place to put In railroud switch, also
surrounded by large acreage that can
be secured at reasonable terms for
factories. For information intiuire of
A. L. Hetfuer, 314 Cleveland avenue,
Fairmont, \V. Va. 1-4- No 1792
WANTED ? Girl for up-stalrs work
and care of children five and ten
years old. Hell phone 270.
1-4-lt No. 1790
FOR RENT?3 furnished rooms, light
housekeeping, 309 View Ave. Con.
Phone 314-X. 1-4-31 No. 1789
WANTED ? Man of good character,
brains und business experience to
represent a large mercantile agency
In tills district. Address, stating age,
particulars and experience, Manager,
P. O. Drawer 83, Baltimore, Md.
l-3-7t No. 1787
? ? >
WANTED ? Stenographic position.
Best references. Address 1794 West
Virginian. l-4-3t No. 1794
b'OR RENT?2 furnished rooms. Cull
749-W Bell. 1-4-31 No. 1193
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HIPPODROME
Repeating a Former
Sensation
White
01
oicive
Play
FRIDAY NIGHT
The Big Meat Market
$40.00 in meat given
Away.
Watch for
Jesse James
SATURDAY ONLY
bSAlo SELLING FAST.
V1.
I A PROFIT, AT THAT!)?]
A FEU A JUST PAID fj ^EU.,
ME THIRTY- FIVE A THE T
II CENTS FER. SOME fgjs TH
VINE6AR AN' TH'
QUARTER. IS COUNTERArT5^
lT
^ ' 0 jpi
THURSDAY FA'ENI
1 . ' v
I After-lnventt
ond Damn
aiiu mum
You May Find Just What Y
Than You'd
WE PLACE
Remnants and odds and e
department of the store to
lously low prices.
Extra special values in la
ng at a remnant of former
BLUMBERG
IP*
ORIGINATORS AND LEADERS OF
Lawrence MrConnell spent Christ- j
mus week visiting friends In Pitts-1
burgh.
Mr. and Mrs. Signian Ruthabuek. of
Clarksburg, were the guests of Mr. ana 1
Mrs. Juuies Wilson Christmas.
Lawrence Campbell, of Pittsburgh, i
was home visiting Ilia family luat j
week.
Mrs. May Thomas, of Dent's run. Is !
visiting her parchts. Mr and Mrs. A. |
M. Kowand.
IN FIVE MINUTES
NO SICK STOMACH,!
INDIGESTION, GAS
"PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" IS THE i
QUICKEST AND SUREST
STOMACH RELIEF.
If what you just utc la souring 011;
your stomach or lies liko a lump of!
loud, refusing to digest, or you belch
gas and oructate sour, undigested food,
or have a feeling of dizziness, heartburn.
fullness, nausea, bad taste In |
mouth and stomach headache, you can
surely get relief iu'fivo minutes.
Ask your pharmacist to show you
the formula, plainly printed on those
fifty-cent eases of l'ape's LHupepsitt,
then you will understand why dyspeptic
troubles of all kinds must go,
and why it relievos, Hour, out-of-order I
stomachs or Indigestion In five minutes.
"l'ape's Dlapcpsln" is harmless;
tastes like candy, though cuch dose
will digest and prepare for assimilation
into the blood all the food you
eat: besides. It makes you go to the ,
table with a healthy appetite; but
what will please you most, is that you |
will feel that your stomach atid Intcs-1
tines are clean and fresh, and you will :
uui uucu iu i uDun it# mxuuvcs or nvcr
pills for biliousness of constipation.
This ijty will liavo many "I'upo's
Dlapepsin" cranks, us some people will
call them, but you will be enthusiastic
about tills splendid stomach preparation,
too. if you ever take it for indigestion.
gases, heartburn, sourness,
dyspepsia, or any stomach misery.
Get some now, this minute, and rid
yourself of stomucli misery and indigestion
in five minutes. ,;
NELSON
X ^ ?THEATER?
THE COWARD OF
A strong tw0 reel drama well plott
TAKING TH
A comedy reel wltli Ben Turgln d<
Ills friend are steward on ship ban
and the usual mlxups follow.
CHARITY BEGH
A laughable number of the Vim o
and Rosemary Tlioby feature. A ver:
SELIG TRIBUJ
An unusually good number of tbls ;
man who put the "dam" In the Adamt
California, scenes from tho Southern i
the big Lebanon Steel Mills and nun
TA*fH>IIT The Right Hand P?
I Ullllalfl I a comedy drama. ]
1 WIlilBiB ]ce jian an(j t[,e ^
3Y BLOSSER.
How ABOUT"
NG. JANUARY 4. 1917. {
iry Disposal I
ant Sales
ou Want at Lower Prices II
I Expect.
: ON SALE j
nds irathorpd frnm nvnim U
be disposed of at ridicu- l|
dies' suits and coats, sell- H
prices. - EI
EROS, ca I
^^W^RICES^^FARMONT^J
||f Kline Says: : 1
yam "Itosolvlng lei treat
your feet better this
' year Is like making a
Bp deal with opportunity."
if you resolve tills year to
make tills your shoe lieuiinuartors
your feet will never lmv? I
known a more pleasing, stylish II
existence. Our footwear is II
seasonable. wcarful uud thor- II
oughly dependable.
Plenty of Good Shoes I
Here at Inexpensive I
Prices I
You'll hoar Iota of stores tell I ,
you tliat you've got to pay est I
travagant prices to get good I
shoes. Hut we are still able to I
show you a number of excellent I :
models for men and women at I
hte popular price of
$2.95 and S3.4S
All TT ? I ? J
ah nuuaay suppers at
Cost.
I m 1
219 Madison Street.
J* '
I TOMORROW 1
FRIDAY I
'CONSCIENCE i|
ed and played. V
E COUNT
ling most of the work. He and I
d, but are mistaken tor noblemen I
imedles ln^ which Harry Myors I j
eature. Shows Adamson, the I
Commercial congress, pictures ot I
lerons other good views.
doney Maid Men, a comedy. The | I
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