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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAI
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|f W GREAT OPPORTUN,
% TOW that the committee assignmei
1 X die Fairmont Business Men's as:
way for another year, and if
taw^it die new spirit that prevails in tl
Imofct progressive and successful year i
' IfaWhwrntjon.
j In that respect President Clelland
administration will coincide with what
most energetic period of the city's histo
many opportunities to give a helping li
I movement If he improves enough ol
his term will set a record for public se:
for a long time.
, To be sure he will have to have thi
operation of the members to be able
jfhmg wort!i while, but there, too, the
[bright The day when a business mi
[rime his full di^ty by the community s
(the organ!zaton maintained by the re
[Hues has passed. It is now conceded
the beginning and that each member r
Jtake off his coat and hustle for the to
(goes out from the officers,
t With that kind of a feeling amom
the able assistance of Secretary Trev
Clelland ought to make a record. H
INDUSTRIAL EDUCA
IF the progressive communities of tl
1 giving industrial education to boys a
> the system good, then the sooner \
here in Fairmont the better it will b<
Nowhere in this broad land is youth
light here, and nowhere can the peo
. . g>vo youth every possible educational ;
That is the big thought that suggest
bal bf the report published Monday ev
a reporter had with City Superintend!
son, who has just returned from a tri
valley which included a stop at the
Society for the Promotion of Industri
was held at Indianapolis.
Fairmont has come to an education:
the sobner it makes the turn the better i
Sf have more room for high school pur[
able to take care ol the product of t
Fairmont and Union Independent distr
admitted. The question is shall we
|j| Editorial Comment
on Current Subjects
CLOTURE IN THE SENATE
From the Baltimore News.
It Is an angry nation that is demanding
a change In the Senate rules
to nnt an end to a situation in which
ft few men can defeat an overwhelming
majority In that body, but It is
?;not an unthinking nation. Tho demand
Is not sudden, hysterical clamor
to get rid of a rule of procedure because
it has blocked a particular measure
at a critical time In the history
of the country. The people want a
oloture rule In the Senate because
they have been long coming to the conclusion
that without It their vital interests
are too often Imperiled. Tho
present Illustration of danger from
Inability to force a vote?peculiar to
the United States Senate alone among
It'. deliberative bodies of the world?is
merely the last straw.
Thoro Is no desire to see the whip
and sput applied In the Senate as
it may be In the House. There should
' be time for deliberation. There should
be j.tlhods of delay even when the
people themselves aro bent on action
end when a majority In the Senate
la ready tor It. But it Is Intolerable
* ;
* r >'/ 1 ]
industrial education
lltliaH- What Superintend.
during their trip in
5. HOME." upon this problem.
r Associated Press.
' SUNDAY THE T
thing Con.panjr. T N an address bef
lsor' 1 other day. Rea
' Manager. audience to und
lager. long as protective
itendent. be permitted to moi
Street. Admiral Chadwi
tackles the problem
ISOUDATED ?. against the cm
Ion Oept 250 which would put
ling Dept 26C American worlcmai
I Roama. :J.. *' dollar-a-day Euro
tve. ROBERT E. Oriental, why do tl
123 W. Madtaon ger altruism and i
_________ labor a larger shar.
ES ~ of higher wages, w
ince only) , living?
ontha $1.50* If our foreign c
itb COc tion of a peasant cl
mont) enough to keep boc
ith 60c should not make i
oh 18c trade, or by reduc
NTS. Great Britain, for
Fairmont) cloth for $2.00, b
ok 18c volved, and it costs
'NTS. same bolt of cloth,
rciic, u sianas 10 re
rive old a. well a. ,radc win fi
- for the American
We" v,rg,ma- ** will close down, tl
come idle, and the
customers. If fore
APER CALL men a wage anythi
facturers will take
>8 failing to ge: There is anotl
maid call "WES- (Q pay our workme
avsys ?. *?"
rarge to the sub- recommend lower s
, Virginian plane
it newspaper (lo- Those reports (
part of the plan. f0od is coming do
for old Mr. Ultic
what poignant fe<
tCH 7, 1917. who have lots of i
> wholesale price re
them a while long
We are going tc
nish a proper labe
Qhi unless Bome one E
MM hand in such narr
|gg^3 mercies of Everet
^ In Germany, w
SWWA times are necesstl
Vfent Louise Johnson's
MMM empla'ry directnei
gowns to the aire
tjipp this summer will
, . j winter. Of courst
its have been made QUt of buslneas,
sociahon is squared ehop3 whero they
the members have
le city it will be the jUBt aa oomo t
n the annals of the blackhand outrag(
. , .}. occurs hereabouts
I. tn. w..
" *!" see German tntrlgi
promises to be the . . ??
j l mi i to tne surface an
ry and he will have y
j . .? r i Germany would t
and /o the forward . B11^ - .
.1 r . ... were to succeed d
: these oppommities fQr offlce ,
rvce * ? will stand men alw.y8 nre ?
, such as exist at pi
s assistance and eo
to accomplish any- h()we
P7Ws#Le uZ Hindoo. Greaser.
fel' lh.at ,h? ha^ tents who pop In.
-vhen he had joined .. o1 . .
, *i ? ?j the financial strati
tailers and paid his , ? ... . ?
that this is merely Z?Z
nust be prepared to *
wn whenever a call Qn0 hundred ,
.... River and I'ocaho
iN-rfSiSS
In the heavy snow
TION. '
It Is believed In
le middle west are i. o
... i _ una mo oi-uaio IU
md girls and finding thlg mean that in
ve begin on it right g0me changes?
: tor all concerned.
a bigger asset than curv
pie better afford to oHUj
ldvantage. There's lots of
> itself after a peru- question?a mere
:ning of a little talk dally bread 10861,1
int of Schools Wil- Foreign Seereta
p to the Mississippi much of a bungli
convention of the plot as he did lr
al Education which Courler.
. .. , What happened
il turning point and ed In the weather
: will be. We must Inaugurated. Will
loses in order to be Party take warnln
he graJe schools in The tather who
lets. 1 hat much is knows who the re
make provision for poneut.
that the business of a great nation
] should bo at the mercy of a small
group of Senators, even three or four.
| who have the physical endurance to
i wear down the majority, no matter
how large.
The previous question as a privileged
motion was dropped from tho
Senate rules In 1808. The Senate
then embraced but a handful of men.
The business before It was negligible
in comparison with that which it now
uiuob Liauoaii auu nu uia; iubuhj
believe that, without the publicity that
now feeds the vanity of men who
glory in manifesting their power on
such a stage at such a time, there
was absent deliberate purpose, now
so often exhibited, to prevent action
by abuse of tho courtesy of unlimited
debate. Surely it IS within the capacity
of the Senate to devise some plan
of procedure which, providing for all
the debate, all the circumspection
necessary to avert the passage of Illconsidered
legislation, will still do
away with tho scandalous exhibition
of tho sacrifice of the paramount interests
of tho nation to tho obstinacy,
tho Ignorance the lack of patriotism,
the egotism or, if you Will, mistaken
ideas of public policy of a handful of
Senators.
Every time we got into a touchy crisis
with Germany over ruthless submarine
warfare, this article below
i can be run off? '
HE WEST VIRGINIAN-* A
i while providing this additional room?'
at Wilson and Secretary Smith found
the west ought to throw a lot of light
' .
o
ARIFF IN EPAULETS.
ore the Lawyers' Club, New York, the
r-Admiral Chadwick, retired, gave his
lerstand that war* would -be wagod so
tariffs existed, hence commerce should
it untrammclcd by trade restrictions,
ck, likf free-trade advocates in genera],
at the wrong end. Instead of trumpetstom
houses and arguing for a policy
the products of the three-dollar-a-day
in competition with the output of the
pean, or the twenty-five-cents-a-day
ley not inaugurate a propoganda of Iarnduce
our foreign competitors to give
: in the products of its toil; in the shape
hich would create a higher standard of
ompetitors will persist in the perpetuaass
through the payment to labor of just
ly and soul together, the United States
tself a party to such a policy by free
inn (Via uranu 1 nlsn> ?-? D..? -?
> ? U>w ITHQW VI mwi liCIC. UUl 11
example, can produce a bolt of cotton
ccause of the low cost of the labor inthe
United States $3.50 to produce the
, because we pay labor a much higher
ason that the English bolt, under a free
nd a ready sale here, while the demand
cloth will cease, the mill fabricating it
be workmen employed therein will befarmer
selling produce to them will lose
ign manufacturers will pay their working
like that paid here, our own manutheir
chances with free trade,
rer solution of the problem, and that is
n the foreign rate of wages. Which is
the foreigners to higher standards, or
tandards for our own people?
o
hat the price of potatoes and, other
wn rajjjdly make interesting reading
aate Consumer, but just think with
slings they are read by the farmers
lotatoes in reserve and who when the
ached $3 per bushel decided to hold
:er,
i be neutral In this movement to fur1
for the heir to the Houso of Duff?
luggests Percy or Clarence. All who
les will be turned over to the tender
t True.
o
here efficiency is a fetish and the
:ous indeed, they have solved Helen
clothes-for-women problem with ex38.
They bavc simply added new
ady long verboten list and the ladies
wear the same raiment they wore all
i that puts the needle trades entirely
but there is plenty of work in the
make shirts for soldiers.
lewspapcrs not very far away see a
) in every bit of private warfare that
, other newspapers are beginning to
lies in every bit of rascality that crops
ywhere in the world. The fact that
leneflt if some of the little treasons
oes noi necessarily make the German
tlceps crtminis to all of them. Bad
,lert to take advantage of conditions
resent.
many has been financing all the Irish,
South African and American malcon:o
the lime light from time to time,
a over there will be materially llghtavy
drain on the imperial treasury Is
?
tnd eight corporations selling New
ntas coal have been Indicted in New
i of conspiracy in restraint of trade
een entered into in January of this
ustlce must have lost her leaden heel
s of this winter.
Washington that Mr. Wilson will not
reconfirm the cabinet members. DoeB
i the very near future there will be
RT AND SNAPPY.
food. It Is mainly a transportation
matter of getting the man and his
er.?Weston Free Press.
o?^?
,ry Zlmmermann has made about as
e in explaining the German-Mexican
i plotting the bungle.?Connellsvllle
to the Republican party was predlctcondltlons
when William H. Taft was
son and Cornwell and the Democratic
g.?Wcllsburg Herald.
, tino half a rlnvan irrnml w n> nhllrlenn
' HUB """ WWUVU piUIIIUf) VUHUI VU
al food pirates are.?Clarksburg ExI
LETTERS TO II
THE EDITOR f
THESE CHICKENS DO PAY.
Farmlngton, W. Va., March 5.
[Editor of the West Virginian]?
Will chickens pay is a cuestlan that
Is often asked. I will give the readers
of the West Virginian the history ft
a pullet raised and managed by Miss
Rena Brown. The pullet was hatch
L'U lUO'Auuu uay ul r i-firmtry, *;nn,
and began laying August 30. and laid
183 eggs and went to setting and Is
now on 13 eggs, March .1, 1M7. Now
the 183 eggs make 15 dozen and three
,cggs. They averaged 40 cents per dozen
making six dollars and ten cents
cash, and 81.00 would not bny the
pullet which would be $7,00 for one
pullet She payB $6.00 and Is-left and
will bring another brood In three
weeks. Beat this and we wil give the
editor the largest/ipple wo have. Miss
Bona Brown s living with her uncle
John Veach. She sold $169.60 worth of
eggs from 60 hens, the balance of the
flock, beginning February 1, 1916 to
February 1. 1917. JOHN VEACH
BERLIN ? Germany doae not want
war with U. S. Germany would con
sider it a great loss to lose the friendship
of the United States.
, ;\. a-, -v.-.. . . .
JRMON i' WEDNESDAY HT
"
OUTBURSTS OF
(BY Ci
YOU H/
. THtr SReen veic" i
TH? <SJHV? Dies AND i
^jf^uiiLW 1.1 1
IS tl * * J 5=22
Monongalia Musings
Boston, the city of bibs, bigots and
backsliders should enclose herself In
an airtight tent and treat herself to
the fumigation cure. All is well thai
endB well, and this remedy Is guaranteed
to greatly discourage and perhaps
render dormant all the germs of gush,
gab and gall.
As Lenten Meditations are In order,
and as even the most humble cltlzeu
has the power and privilege of making
sacrifices and remarks,, we trust that
a few of our effusions may receive the
customary welcome and be followed
by the usual results. In the first
place it Is difficult to determine when
the mass of mankind will welcome all
helps to growth spiritual or intellectual.
To demonstrate when the era
will arrive when humanity will gladly
greet the aid of excommunicated
saints, is a problem* of profound proportions.
So long as tho mimes of Investigators
like Huxley and Darwin are
uttered with ridicule and scorn It cannot
be claimed that light is welcomed
regardless of its Bourcc. Whilo intellectual
wonders of the stamp of Renan
and Theodore Parker are denounced
as dangerous heretics. It Is useless
to assert that impudent prejodice
has taken Its departure. It Is certainly
not unreasonable to conclude that all
normal minds would pre{pr tho companionship
ot Longfellow and Shelley
to the burners of Bruno and the persecutors
of Paine. A glance at Europe
should be sufficent to convince
the most skeptical that "the human
race nesds all the help and encourage
ment of religion as well as science to
keep. It from stumbling." With more
than half the world at war at the
dawn of this Christian Lent, It would
appear that something more effective
than the Instruments now employed
Is urgently required. Concerning Belfdenial
and sacrifice, would It be deemed
rude and ungentle to Insinuate that
we should deprive ourselves the pleasure
of playing the parrot and do a little
thinking ourselves? Instead of a
lasy passive Journey along beaten
paths why not make a little sacrifice
and search for a few flowers in green
fields and pastures new? Have we
not been cringing mental cowards long
enough? To know all sldeg^of a question
should be the ambition of every
normal mind. To Investigate Is not
a crime In the eyes of common senso.
Only dead fish flow with the current.
However, after all, it Is possible
that,
"One Impulse from a vernal wood
Mov roaoU nn misva nf MOM ,
?"?/ vvavu uo uiuio ut ui>*U|
Of moral evil and of good,
Than all the sages can."
A celebrated Buthor has said:
"Metaphysicians build gorgeous
cloud palaces, but the soul cannot
dwell in their cold, misty atmosphere.
Egypt's moldering monuments are raked
from their desert graves, and made"
the theme of scientific debate; but
has all this, learned disputation contributed
one iota to clear the thorny
way of strict morality T I honor the
tireless laborers who sweep the midnight
skies in search of new worlds;
who upheave primeval rocks, hunting
for footsteps of Deity." It may be that
many of the celebrated pbllospliers
have made "frog goods of the springs
of philosophy." It is possible that they
have mastered the art of, "Wrapping
nonsense round, with pomp and darkness,
till It seems profound." It is
probable that in all tbe literature of
the world, in all the masterpieces or
man, there can be found a more
useful sentiment, a more sublime
thought than this Invitation: "Come,
let us reason together?"
S. C. MPSQRAVE.
A "qwi."
"What have you got?" asked the
minister of tbe chauffeur who rang,
bis doorbell.
"One pair," replied the chauffeur,
beckoning to the eloping couple to
come forward.?Boston Transcript.
Same Thing.
Foreman?l suppose we ought to
put a sign on the door saying, "Closed
on account of the strike."
Manager?Never mind. Just tack
up this card from the ' showroom
counter, "Hands off."?Boston Transcript.
T-r 7' *-:f*. .-. >> JMEBibs
V . ' > IJI llMS lit ll ii 111
hi'niTfl rati mat V
'
yBNING, MARCH 7, 191T
EVERETT TRUE
ONDO.)
? '
we BesuN RCADINCI
R6AD THAT ALRCABV.
rne mcr.o coses
t-THAT NIC?',
TOCD Me.
TORY eNDS
CCD TO
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Ruff stuff\
Y RED.
So If we tight Germany, we must
tight Japan and Japan has an alliance
with llusaia. Hussia with England and
France and Mexico will ally with
dapan-rholy Hudson Maxims.
And there's India, China and Persia
?gosh.
* * *
Boy, page Oswald Napoleon.
*
As usual the Normal baskotball won
?huh!
Seventy-three to 27 favor of the High
school.
?
Now?which side has the better
team?
#
FourLcen years ago today there was
snow on Juugfrau.
Ten years ago next Chi^stmas week,
was what is now commonly know as
"the holidays."
k ive years ago today a man In New
York louked at the North river.
* *
There wouldn't be such s darn bunch
of nerve wracking suspense in the Senate
at Washington If -jeoplo who owned
ships would buy their own guns and
put them on the boats.
*
Sinking a ship on the Atlantic could
WWW
HAIR CONING OUT
MEANS DANDRUFF
25-CENT "DANDERINE" WILL SAVE
YOUR HAIR AND DOUBLE
ITS BEAUTY.
TRY THIS! YOUR HAIR GETS
SOFT, WAVY, ABUNDANT AND
GLOSSY AT ONCE.
Save your hair! Beautify It! It te
only a matter of using a little Danderine
occasionally to have a head of.
heavy, beautiful hair; soft,' lustrous,1
wavy and free from dandruff. It Is
easy and Inexpensive to have pretty,:
charming hair and lots of It. Just get I
a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderlne
now?all drug stores recommend
it?apply a little as directed- and
within ton mlnnlna ...HI L - ? ?
II.OM.M kvu LUII1UVCO UIQIO Hill UO U.U
appearance of abundance; 'freshness,
fluffiness and an ncomparable gloss
and lustre, and try as you will you can
not fin'' a trace of dandruff or falling
hair; but yonr real surprise will be
after about two weeks' use, when you
will see new hair?fine and .downy at
first?yes?but really new hairsprouting
out a(l oven your. scalp?
Dandcrlne is, we believe, the only sure
hair grower; destroyer of dandruff and
cure for itchy scalp and it never tails
to stop falling hair at once.
If you want to prove bow pretty and
soft your hair really is, moisten a cloth
with a little Danderine and carefully
draw it through your hair?taking one
duian oliuuu ai a liiuu. i our a&ir win
be f't. glossy and beautiful In Just a
few momenta ? a delightful surprise
awaits everyone who tries this.
1 Charles H. Morin ::
of Pennsvllle, 0. ; ;
Evangelist
Staris a Series of Meetings ;
Saturday, Feb. 24,1917,;;
and continuing Indefinitely at the . 1
CHURCH OF CHRIST ?
' Bsrrsckvllle, W. Va.
Everybody Invited to coins ; '
and bring yonr friends. . !
not pasadbly frighten a senator from
Wisconsin or Mlsaoort
We're (tad to see Chief Wetktsa
wis the pearl chessmen.
We knew Fairmont wae branching
out bat we Jn it learned yesterday that
Norrls Showalter will teach Pittabnrghere
the latest steps In dances.
a lad to see you get along, Utile fellow.
e *
But we Cleared eat some time ego
that Pitta burgh era could dance.
t
Bare pea notified the mayor that
yon are tor universal training?
Fred Jamison may be the king of
half-mile drivers bat he cant cut the
corners on the corvee on Peacock
htlL
e e e
"Cheerful smile carries a person further
than anything else on Earth."?
Times. Well at that, it's difficult to
keep from getting bombed or submalned
If yon go "farther than anything
else" on this old sphere.
By way of reminders?remember the
Laconic.
"K yon had gone to heaven threo
years ago" wouldn't it have been a
shame to mlas all the history being
made?
Absolutely, kid; and then again
three years ago moet people were to
hungry to have the strength to get
to heaven.
It was before the war prosperity.
* ?
Gosh, but people In our old vintage
must hate the flag. With our navy
scouring the seas, ostensibly al war;
our eea costs peppering with lortUl
cations; the President trying to get
permission to defend the country, must
merchants band out a "SOS" sign.
?
Shirts on Sale.
No patriotism like the patriotism
where a duck dives into lus dockci
book.
I That's true in Europo also.
Some day we'll be telephoning
through the air without wires. Won't
It be tunny to have the operator an
swer your call with "The air iu busy."
Easy Way to Get
Rid of Itching
Don't worry any moro about that
Itching skin-trouble. Just get a jar of
rcsinol ointment and a cuke of rcainol
ooap at any drug store. _
With the rcainol soap
and warm water bathe yv- jSjW
the affected parts thoroughly,
uulil they ora yzj
free from crusts and r^T /;\r\
the skin is softened.
Dry very gently,
spread on a thin layer
of tho rcsinol oi'nt- '
ment, and cover with a light bandage?
it necessary to protect the! clothing.
This should be done twice a day.
Usually the distressing itching and
burning stop with the llrst treitmcnt,
and tho skin soon becomes dear and
healtby again.
Choosing Your Shampoo Soap
If you select a soap that contains
soothing, healing properties like tho
resinol balsams in rcainol soap, you
ore not iikely to have trouble with
dundruff, loss of hair or itching scalp.
Ideal for-the youngsters' heads.
I SAFEGUARD]
In addition to the fact that t
highest degree of protection by
ment, It also has ample capital
of deposits.
The safety afforded for fund
which Is received by every depot
the bank all combine in making
which to transact your financial
4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS
THE PEOPLES f
On the Corner N
CAPITAL
Qualit
Quality should be th
buying your printing, f
judged by the printing
poorly printed letterhea
PrintinavtrAflfpfa J? nnoai
the recipients niind, wl
matter is a positive facl
your way.
No matter what ki
order here?for so
purposes?we put
"CHARACTER" in
favorable imore&sio
sent to.
Nothing too large for
too small to receive oui
attention, u
FAnnt Printi
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IQ SHELL CONTRACT MOUft
WHEBUNO, W. Merck V< ?
The Wheeling Mold and fheedry OM> I
pany has closed oontreot to |ontth '
three and one-hattteeh shells soloed I
at $1,600,000 dor the Bnertn aosen* M
meat, It tree ennoaneed tonight. this
firm recently completed OB ad* fcr
CASCARETS SELL f
TWENTY MILLION I
BOXES PER YEAR I
BEST, SAFEST CATHARTIC FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS, ANO ,
PEOPLE KNOW IT.
THEY'RE FINEI DONT STAY BILI 1
OUS, SICK. HEADACHY OR
jWQRK WHILE YCU SLEEP!
Enjoy life! Keep clean Inside with
Cascnrete. Take one or two at night
and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver anil
bowel cleansing you ever experienced.
Wake up feeling grand. Your bead will s
( be clear, your tongue clean, breath
right, stomach sweet and your liver
end thirty feet of bowels active. Get
a box at any drug store and straighten
up. Stop the headaches, bilious '{
spells, bad colds and bad days? '
. Brighten up, Cheer up, Clean up! '
1 Mothers should give a whole Cascaret
'; to children when cross, bilious, fever
. Isb or If tongue Is coated?they are
harmless?never gripe or sicken.
p I ^
Whooping I
Cough
And the Remedy That
Relieves J
Distressing, serious, vital 9
whooping cough. Mothers ,3
cannot s and the agony babies
and children endure. Let us
recommend NYAL'S BABY - 9
C OUGH SYRUP. It is a great
favorite iu this locality and this 'rfja
alono speaks most highly for its , ;|
| value. Jt Is easy to use, perfect- -3?
I ly safe and will do no harm 10 a
[ Uiby's system. Got Iter a bottle " 1
j today and keep it for emergenPRTfF.
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his bank affords Its depositors the | <|
reason of its conservative manage- , ;
and surplus tor the safeguarding ' |
s, the prompt and effience attention j i tiS
sltpr, tho convenient location ot {
it an ideal institution through I business.
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ANO TIME CERTIFICATES
NATIONAL BANK j J
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$200,000.00
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or remember, you are
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that "SNAP" and I
to it that creates a I
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our facilities. Nothing nj
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