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Rain this afternoon i
8EJ /\A( '/(I and probably to
SrVYltl night; warmer in I
jSj east tonight. Tupsvltf:
day partly over.
cast and m u c n
jaj^j Local Readings.
Yesterday's weathor
clear; temperature, maximum. 52;
Inlnlmum, 28; precipitation, trace *
Red Men Hall, First Ward?Modern
Woodmen of America, Lodge No. i
1427.' Special initiation services. I
At Y. M. C. A.?Commercial league 1
5(j bowling. Fairmont Mining Machln-1
ery vs. Corbitis Wholesalers at i
PS . 7:30. Hartleys vs. Mouongah Glus?
lit 8:45. i
Temple Bowling Alleys?Monongah >
i .lass league bowling, Easy Murks i
vs. Birds.
Marriage Licenses?The following j
licenses has been Issued by the county >
clerk's Office; raff Kcndell. aged 26.
and Madge MHazlc Pyles. aged 2U both
?f Parmlngton. J. F. Pyles, father of
'.ho elrl. sure his consent
Today's Legal Transfers?James I.
pttlngs to Marco Peco and Marie Peco, j
jot No. 61 In the Arnctt addition to the |
City of Fairmont, 6850. J. C. tlice amf'
wife to Jessie Rice, eight acres in Paw ,
Paw district, 8.150. Leo Parrish and,
.wife to Lawrence B. Toothmau and1
wife, fifty acres on Moats ltun In Lln-j
coin district. $2,150. John uud Lulu <
Powell to David Victor, parcel of land
on Valley Falls, $404. West End 1m-,
provement company to .Margaret V.'
Smith, lots No. 14 and 15 in the West
End to the City of Fairmont. i'i and}
other valuable consideration.
Normal Registration Day?llcglstra-,
tlon day is being observed at the Fair- j
mont State Normal school today when :
eld and new pupils arc enrolling for:
the second semester which hcirtns to
morrow. The first semester closed on
last Friday. Routlcn work will be re-1
turned tomorrow.
Reorulting Office Opened?Quarter-!
master D. C. Clark and Ship Fitter M.!
Walsh, of the United States Navy, have
arrived and have opened a branch recruiting
office in the basement of the
postofflce building. They will remain
until Saturday, February 3, and the
office will be opon every day until
i p. m.
Strickler In Pen?Joseph Strickler,
who was sentenced by Judge W. S.
Haymond to servo two years In the
Btate penitentiary at Moundsville, left
here Saturday with an officer from
that institution. Stricklor was sent up
tor robbery.
To Decorate Temple ? The official
boards of the Methodist Protestant
Temple Will meet tomorrow evening
at 7:30 o'clock to open the bids that
have been received for the interior decoration
of the church and parsonage.
The work will be done during the
month of April. In May the annual
meeting of the executive board of the
Woman's Foreign Missionary Boclety
d1 the Methodist Protestant denomination
will bo held here, and women from
>11 over the United States will be in
attendance. It is to get ready for this
meeting that the church is to be reilAmrAlorl.
^ I
Stockholders' Meeting ? A stock-'
holders' meeting of the Chesapeake
Coal company Is called for this even-1
Ing. at which meeting details concern I
Ing the oponlng of tho company's hold- j
tugs in Winfleld district will be perfected.
* - ?_
Farm Club Work?Club work under
the direction of the county farm
agent's ofttce is now being started iu
' the schools over the county. The 1
boys' and girls' poultry clubs arc al-;
ready at work and under their supervision
several batches of early chicks i
will soon bo forthcoming, me otnor1
clubs are doing nothing specific as vet |
but In the next three weeks will be I
bard at work.
* ????
Prisoners on Bridge Work?A new i
floor has been placed In the county i
covered bridge at Watson by the road 1
prisoners of tbe county. The prisoners |
will be rut to work replacing tbe j
bridges, culverts and bridge abutments i
washed out by the recent floods.
New Rates for Current?The ordci j
granting permission for rate changes .
lo tbe Monongahela Valley Traction J
- company. waB entered today by tho'
Public Service Commission at Charleston.
Tbe rates were In somo Instances
Increased and in others Increased, ac-.
pordlng to the published schedule adMrtlflAtf
hv tbe comoanv eurllcr in the
; Chicken Show End??Not a ehickon
remains in the Armor}' this evening,
the annual poultry show of the FairInont
Poultry Association being
brought to a successful close Satur- <
day inght with a big attendance of
fanciers. The show this year was one 1
of the most successful in the history
of the association and ItH officials are 1
already entertaining plans for the!
(till bigger and better show to be;
taged next winter.
Drainage Expert at Work ? Fred
(abater, government drainage engineer1
gnd an expert on the treatment of land
tvtth tile and other drainage materials.!
will conduct demonstration work to-1
day and tomorrow on tbc Tennant ann |
Amnions farms In Paw Paw district.
Mr. Shafer was brought here through
the efforts ot County Agricultural
Agent Smith, who has been successful
In securing several government experts
for demonstration work this
Lincoln Celebration?Prof. W. O.
Armstrong and F. H. Jackson are making
arrangements for the celebration
Df Lincoln's birthday this year. Tbo
ft' Iffafr will he held in Trinity M. E.
thurch and In addition to numbers by
italhe Fairmont orchestra and the pupils
: *** n?ir hir school there will bo a speak-1
er of note. 11 It la possible to secure
Mannington Puts Up Bars ? At a
meeting of tbe Mannington Board ot
Health, hold Saturday erenlng. a quarantine
waa established against children
under 16 years old coming from
this city.
New Grocery?J. T. Brennen, trading
as Brennen & Co., has opened a
grocery store In tbe Yost building on
Fairmont venue.
Services ot the Jail?Fifteen young I
women of the Diamond street Metho- i
dlst church und their pastor, the Roy. I
Mr. Heed, held services in tho county i
prison yesterday uttcmoon.
Seek Louis Margolin.? Simon D.I
Goodman, ot the Underselling store, I
has received a letter from New York I
announcing that the parents of Louis j
.nargonu. who live m rsenumsion, Vermont,
are seeking information as to
the whereabouts of the young man.
lie is 26 years old and was graduated
from the Nutlonal Farm school tn
Iiucks county, Pennsylvania, after
which he went west, lie was lost!
heard from lu Kansas City in 1310.
Boys Run Down?While sled riding
Saturday afternoon Vivian and Ronald
Watsoj, sons of Mrs. Daisy Watson,
of Virginia avenue, were struck
by an automobile while they were iu
iront of Conuer's store at Eighth
street. Vivian wus slightly hurt.
Fire on East Side?The East Side
tire department was called to the
home of Will Jenkins of Morgantown
avenue at 6:110 p. m. Suturduy when
fire was discovered in the bath room.
Clothing which had been left near the
stove in the bath room had caught'
lire and was destroyed. When the.
firemen reached the scene of the blaze]
their services were not required. ]
Drexel George Here?Drexel George,'
who for the past several months has
been employed in the Cadillac automobile
factory' offices at Detroit has
returned to the city for u short vacation.
Billy May Turned Down?The only
buBlncBS transacted by the City Board
of Affaire In seeBlon this morning was
the rejection or a request from Billy
May, colored, tor a transter ot his
license troui Washington street to
Water street, East Side.
Operation for Reno Fleming?Reno
Fleming underwent an operation on
Saturday at the Fairmont hospital
trom which he is said to be recovering
in a satisfactory manner.
Merchant is Recovering?R. C. Jones
is ill of grip rat his home on Fairmont
Recovering from Typhoid?Ralph
Watklns, the young son of Mr. and
Mtb. O. J. Watklns who Is seriously
III of typhoid fever at the home of his
purents on Locust avenue is slightly
better today.
E. F. Hartland Here?E. F. Hartland,general
sales agent of the Commnwealth
Fuel company of Pittsburgh,
was In Fairmont today going over the
local coal situation. Mr. Hartland's
firm handles all the coal produced by
the Maryland Coal company.
Clearing Bell Office?Workmen aro
washing the windows, polishing the
flnnsn Ul? ? U?J -.t-i- _
uuvi o. auu uuiug UU1CI UilB Ul IllllSIUUg
to the new Bell Telephone building
today, preparatory to the moving in
of the compauy's office force Thursday.
1 monongah"]
Home Talent Tonight.
Several well known local young
people will be seen on the stage this
evening when the Thoburn high echo 1
will present the western melodrama
entitled "Trlss, or Beyond the Rockies."
Special scenery for the entire
production has been painted by Law i
rence Boggess. The cast of characters j
as they will appear this evening are as
Triss. Angel of Blue Canon
Kathleen Shaver I
Hank Jordan Raymond Leonard I
Net Webber Wayne Harden |
Jack Hamlin Dcnzil Shaver I
Judge Lovctoddy Marvin Morris i
Hallelujah Billy Anton King I
Zenas Grlmec Fay Holbnrt,
Susie Smith Lorotta Lceson '
Mrs. Koblo Jennlo Hewiu ;
Mrs. Jenalope Prim Isola Gaudy
Admission will be 15. 25 and 25
tents. The proceeds will be as a ben-,
eflt to the Tboburn school. Tickets;
are now on sale at Ilonaker's Phnr-l
Final Examinations.
February 7 and 8 nrn thn dnteR nn '
which the final examinations for tbo
pupils of the seventh and eighth |
grades of the Monongnh public schools
will take place. Tho pupils of the
eighth grade who fall to pass this examination
will he given another chance
to secure their diplomas early in the
Arrived Home.
Mrs. C. A Honakor arrived home
Saturday evening aftor a several
weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Milton Bejack. of Alliance. 0. jars.
Bejack has returned with her mother
and will spend a short visit in Monongah.
Moving Today.
The Windsor Drug company began
today to move into its now room in tbo :
Currey building; on the corner ol' Main
nnd Bridge streets. By the first of ]
February tho store will be equipped
ready for business. Many new fixtures
are being added.
L. T. Morrison, who has boen ill
at his home on Front street for the
past week, is gradually improving.
Waldron Leonard, of Fairmont, was
in Monongab yesterday afternoon calling
with friends.
Miss Loretta Lceson waB in Fairmont
during the week attending to
Mfss Grace Yoak was among tbe
" i .'1 callers
out of town yesterday arter
noon. '
Miss Isoia Gaudy was In Fslnnoot
Saturday evening.
MIsb Duvinna Watklns attended tUo ;
Y. \V. C. A. reception given by tbe I
members of tbe Y. M. C. A. of the Fair- i
mont normal at the new school build- :
Ing Saturday evening.
George Leivlng was among tbe lo- i
eat social visitors In Carolina during i
the week-end. ' I
Mrs. Howard Fleming was in Fairmont
Saturday evening attending to
Mrs. J. Leu Janes has been ill at Iter
uome oo .Maple avenue (or several I,
Mien Lucy Watklns was In Fairmont i
during the week-end as a social v!sl- i
Mrs. Joe Toll, of Everson, was tu j
Monongah Saturday evening attend- j
lng to shopping.
i Isaac Rlggs was among the callers 1
In Monongah from Mill Fall during j
the week-end.
Mrs. J. E. Watson. Jr., has been
visiting friends out of town for tha
past few days.
Mr. utid Mrs. William Leonard, of
Vlropa. were in Monongah during the
week calliig with friends and rela- i
Miss Maud Yoak, a studeut In t'13 j
Wesleyan college was In Monongah |
feuiurday visltlns friends and tela- i
Mrs. John Martin was in Fairmont
Saturday evening as n business caller.
Miss Horel Hess spent the week-cnu i
with friends in Worthlngton.
William flasklns is confined to his
home In Ihookdale suffering from a
boil whirl; Is located on his face.
Clif tO. PEOFlt
Notify Booger Hole Denizens
to Get Out of the
CHARLESTON, \V. Va.. Jan. 29.?
A special grand Jury will be empanelled
at Slay Court House today for
tlio purpose of investigating not only
the murder of Preston Tanner and the
burning of his home at Booger Hole.
Clay county, a little over a week ago.
but also to ascertain. If possible, the
cause of the mysterious deaths of
several other persons in that neighborhood
during the IohI few years.
Drow SampBon. aged 57. and his son.
Howard, aged about 21. are being held
without bond, the former in the Kanawha
county jail at Charleston and
tho latter in the Braxton county Jail
at Suton, charged with the Tanner
murder und the burning of the Tanner
The Booger Hole community has
been tho scene of about a dozen murders,
but because of the fear one class
of citizens there had for the other
class, but little comment wus made
following any of the killings. One of
the most mysterious cases was that of
John Newman, a peddler, who disappeared
while going from one farm ,
house to another one evening. He has
never been heard from and It is the
assumption of the neighborhood that
he was murdered. Joseph Clark was
another victim. He was sleeping in a .
school house. He was traced by a :
streak of blood to a creek nearby, but ,
nothing further was ever leatned about
him. Jlrs. Lacy Ann Boggs was another
victim, her murder having occurred
soon after she had made a remark
that she know where Henry ,
Hargis was buried. Hargls was annthnv
f\t tVio vlr<H?na utlinao rlootVi haa
long been shrouded In mystery. Other ,
murders are spoken about In Clay
county and no one ever has been convicted.
Others aside from the Sampsons are ,
suspected of knowing about the series ,
of murders and a threatening notice
has been pdsted at various places In
the Booger Hole community, which
reads as follows:
We the citizens of Clay county,
seeing that we cannot get justice
by law, have organized the Clay
County Mob. We have pledged
our lives to drive these people
from our country or kill then). It
we cannot catch and hang you.
we shall sneak upon you and kill
you as you killed Henry Hurgis,
Lucy Ann Boggs. the old peddler,
and Treston Tanner.
If before you leave there is any
stealing, killing or burning, we
will get bloodhounds and detectives
and run you to the ends of
the earth. Bill Sampson. Kooch
Sampson. Fred Moore and Aaron
Uunyon are hereby notified to
leave tho stale in 10 days. Rose
Lyons. Bill Moore and Elizabeth
Sampson are notified to leave in
SO days.
clay rni'VTY Mfin.
P. P.?Do not stop this side ot
the Ohio Itiver.
Young Men and Women Fail
to Appear in Police
Thomas Erannon's place on Water I
street, East Side, was pulled last night!
fl.nfl flvo if tha rltv'n vnntVi nnrl tVimo
girls wero pinched. At police court!
their forfeits of $10 each were read off i
by Mayor Bowon, something like this: 1
"Mick Madden, is Mick Madden
present? Madden is charged with loitering
and forfeits $10 for his non appearance.
"Is Susie Watklns present? She is
charged with loitering In a disorderly
bouse. Not here? She also forfeits
"Ethel Conloy, Is Ethel Conley
"That's mutt!" whispered Shanghai
to the chief.
'Ethel Conley." the mayor went oo,
forfeits J10."
Frank Butcher?also forfeits $10.
A. E. Benson. Frank McDonald. Hotel
Estep and Elmer Hayes each forfeits
$10. And Brannon who was run
ling the place has left a forfeit of
115. IH fine him $15."
With this bunch disposed of. the
mayor called Fred Pollne. who was j
arrosted Saturday afternoon and held j
In jail to await a charge of fighting in '
Carrlco's restaurant. He was allowed
to go on hie own recognizance until
later. ,,
Andrew Ciayton. 43. one armed and
a peddler of pencils, was In ugatn.
Andy this time says he was drunk because
be had a bad cough on the lungs |
and took somo whiskey. "What will,
you do If 1 let you go7" asked the '
mayor. "I'll quit drinking," said Au-1
drew. "Oh, you've told me that a dot- j
an times." said the mayor. "I know." '
answered Andy, "but my cold is cured
Business of the mayor knocking to !
bring the court room to order and to
bush the laughter.
"Ill line you $10 and remit the fins. I
hut the next time you're In before mo j
I'm going 'o put you on the streets for j
:t hnnrirrrl vpain "
The next victim of the Monday morning
speeches of the mayor was Squire:
Simus, colored, who was soaked S5 for !
drinking. fimtns was not only drunk,
but lie Rot a slough In the left cheek >
bone which left the eye just visible. He ,
was struck by Walter Leonard, white.,
aged 19 years, of Annabelle. Leonard j
was fined ?5 also for rushing him.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 29. ? The |
State Supreme court today affirmed 1 the
Allegheny county court in the
matter of the congressional contest In
the Tfdrty-second district between Guy j
1?. Campbell, Domocrat, and A. .1.
Barchfeld, Republican, in which Barcb- j
fold appealed against the action of thy j
lower court in taking the figures on the |
tally sheet in preference to the certi- j
fled return sheet!) The tally slicetB i
showed Campbell had a majority over
Dutch Tavern Coffee, carefully selected,
scientifically blended, skillful- ]
ly roasted.?Advt.
PA! lllES TO
Unusually Interesting Memo 1
rial Service in the House
(Special Dispatch to West Virsinlan)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.?The mem
Dry of the late Representative Hunter ,
HolrneB Moss, Jr., who represented the
Fourth West Virginia congressional
district in the six^hird congrens
and in this, the sixty-fourth, until the 1
date of his death July 15, 1916, was 1
ho subject of beautful and sincere 1
tributes delivered in the chamber of '
the House of Representatives yester- '
Yesterday was set apart by act of
the House last month as the date on
which memorial sorvfees should bo
held for the youug Parkersburg lawyer,
Jurist and law-giver whose uutiracly
death last summer was the cause of
such universal regret throughout West
Virginia. The exercises began at noon
with Representative Adam B. Littlepage,
of the Charleston district, occupying
the Speaker's chair by appontmcnt
from Speaker Champ Clark.
All the members of the Wost Virginia
House delegation were on the
door, and a sprlnklingly of other representatives,
including Minority Leader
Mann and Chairman Webb, of the
Judiciary committee, of which import- '
lilt committee the late Judce Moss was 1
a member.
In the Speaker's gallery were Mrs.
Anna Ambler Moss, the widow of doceased
congressman; Hon. and Mrs.
B. Mason Ambler, Ills purents-tn-law;
Mrs. Holmes Moss, the mothor, and a
score of other relatives and members
of the family. In the other galleries
were many Wost Virginians resident .
In the Capital, and still a score of '
others from the state who happened
to be in the city at this time. The audience
was more than usually large for
ceremonies of this character.
The principal addresses were deliv- i
ered by members of tbo House from
West Virginia, and wero exceptionally 11
beautiful and impressive tributes. Thc,l
memorial session was. of course, open- i
Try Erbo 1
? 1 j. l.. ..mj.
iur general system utuiuf
of vitality, sluggish feeli
ilar ailments.
Manufactured by the Marietta!
Is not the result of a day or a sea
two hundred years. Milling secrete
have resulted In a PERFECT FLOl
it's better than necessary.
aintan _j
ribbed shlrtu or
drawers, worth j
?"e- Men's winter
1 coats $10 va
tlfSf' Men's winter
coats. $13.00 v
For boys' fleece price
ribbed union
suits, worth 63c. Boy's Mackin
________ plaid styles. $
talc price ....
Bovs' Xorlolk
Wt/V wear. $3.00 va
v For men's or Price
boys' winter dress ,
caps. Sou values.
69c (H
For men's winter
weight sweater
coats, $1.00 value. ?
Donley S. Jones, Correspondent. Li
Store, No. 12
. V ?rtro
Wl 7.
The B|i tkshcre Oil and Gas company
found nothing in the thirty-foot
band at the Walton farm test in the
Dent's run field. Thoy will go on to
the Gordon sand where they have a
good chance for u gasser.
Held Meeting.
Mrs. Frichard's Bible class of the 1
Presbyterian church held a meeting
it the home of Mrs. Frlchard on Pleas- j
ant street Sunday morning.
Mrs. Sarah Furbeo is ill at her home:
sr. Locust street.
l'aul Clolland has returned to Bel-j
leire, Ohio, after a visit in town wltu
Lis parents.
Miss Florence Connelly is ill with
tonsilitis at her home on tho Burt
Hill. y
S. E. Leech, of Cameron, was a business
vlsito's In town Saturday.
L. S. Schwenck has returned from
Bd by a prayer spoken by the House'
diaplaln. The time occupied for tho 11
ielivery of the addresses was nearly i
hrcc hours, and it was an oft-lieard ex- j 1
iression at the conclusion of the mem- 1
orial that it was one of the most laipresslvo
which has been held ill the 1
t 1 r 1 ...1.11
House cnaniner lur u ions nunc.
Representative Hurry C. Woodyard,
who succeed to Judge Moss' seat in ,
be House delivered a detailed account
of the life of his predecessor, which
was an eloquent and beautiful apprecl. i
ition of the private character and bril- [
liant puublic career of the deceased j
The interesting part of Congress- j
man Cooper's splendid tribute to bis)!
lead friend was that part which told :
of his visit to Judge Moss at Atlantic J
City th eSunday before his demise.
Congressman Sutherland spoke of hli
Impressions of Judge Moss as a colleague
in the House and a friend in!
official and soclnl circles. Congress-1
man Bowers spoke beautifully of the |
leparted and paid a tribute to his bril-i
liant Intellect and statesmanlike abili-;
.ios which glowed with sentiment. Ho i
referred to the number of distinguish- j
ed West Virginians who had passed
away within the past few years, mentioning
them by name?Elkins, Davis,
Rapid Delivery Co.
Use J elf cry trucks exclusively. Massive.
speedy. Heavy or light hauling
aggage delivered to all parts of tho '
city. Prompt, safe service. Strictly
high grade taxies day or night. Bell
Phone 345. Consol. 46.
ron Tonic I
;r, nervous trouble, lack j
ng, bad blood and simi
Chemical Co., Marietta. 0.
son, but the accumulated efforts of
i handed down from father to son
UR. oilen lmitnton Dut lieveT exDISTINCTIVE
FI,OUR. Honestly,
son Co.
, W. Va. I
^ ' 'x i 'r**- ^ - ''T*'t
i; . V f-. 'in,
suits and over- Ladles' and Misses
luca sale C CQ dresses, up to ST.JU
V.99 uc, price
suits and over- Ladles' Suits or Ci
alue. sale ACQ styles, up to $:
9*09 values lor
aw Coats, fancy Ladles' Suits or
4.00 value A A Q quality up to $20.
fc.HQ values for
suits made to Ladles' fine serge i
lues, sale 4 AO or navy. 54.00 valu
1.90 tor
save news at Jones Sporting Goods
Railroad Street,
: " -141
a business visit to Pittsburgh.
J. Cochrone, of the Eureka Pipe i
Line company, has returned from Oil
City where he was looking after business
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood, of
Washington, D. uru visitors in
Ernest Mlllan has returned from
Rymer where he wus visiting with his
L. 13. Tennant, of Farmlugton, is a i
business visitor in town.
Mrs. Thomas J. McKnight. of Washington,
Pa., is in town for a visit with
Miss Miry Weekly has returned to j
her home in Parmlngton after a visit
with relatives here.
Andrew Rushford hue returned from ,
a business visit to Hundred.
George Kills, of Moundsvllle, is a :
business visitor in this city today. 1
R. H. Stewart, of the Brooksldc addition,
has returned from a business |
visit to Fairmont.
P. E. Church, of Wheeling, is in |
town looking after business interests, i
Brown, Dawson and others. Congressman
Neoly spoke briefly, but cloquontlv
In praise of the late Judge Moss,
and Congressman I.lttlepage referred
to his passing in words trcmbllii" with
emotion. Others who spoke wore Representative
Mann, of Illinois: Langley,
or Kentucky: Nelson, of Wlscon-I
sin. and Webb, 01 North Carolina.
Oj in sums of oue thousand dollars o
? and upwards, on improved city 8'
C> real estate. &!
| G. C. POWELL, City ?
A Big'
Hundreds of people Look;
es always to be hacl at this:
New bargains being plaei
Below are a Few of
:ij li Gray
/ j;j/ Blac
/ S.j A Brov
/\ All?
Men's heavy buckle Men's S-1.0
aret'cs * Shoes, lilac
89c 2.8
Women's $1.25 felt Mon-s d?
fura trimmed slip- WQrk ahoes
85c U
:ng, j \nuary 29.1917.
~ 1 $ . |
"? ' I.?j[ "11. nj'ij* |M , III t
ERE IN OUR rorlj(J^.rlbbw, y
_______ in>?co r.3c vosta or
| iiam.?.
Pniitv rtP i 1 1 ??
-3.79 9g
oats, newest aj
16.50 7 7Q Tor l?dloa' Kid
I I v shoes. comfort
last, worth tlouCoats,
tine ble.
!?. 9.88
skirts, black f \
? 9 AO "Ov?
For ladles' union
suits. warm
_ fleeced, 65c value
ffiza 98c
BM For double bed
size blankets, 3
limit, $1.50 value.
Clara Whipple I
Albert Jordan ....John Mason
Rita Jordan ....Clara Whipple
Lfttlo Edna .... Joan Morgan
A Woman Kate Lester
Jim Sbaw Warner Oland
The Daughter ...Rene Dentling II ,
Frank Rollins... Pierre Le.May l|
Director ... .Burton King
A powerfully dramatic
play with a punch
in every scene teaching
a moral lesson that never
will be forgotten.
Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Drew
"It Never Got By"
A Drew comedy.
niccess i |
3 i- - > ' *
.tu vantage ox me low pric?tore.
id on our tables each day.
the Many Values.
men's 7.00 Fancy
Lace Boots
- kid with gray kid top.
k Kid with white kid top.
m kid with white kid top.
p*ay kid.
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