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HEADLINER8 TONIGHT. Musical Comedy. ? Hippodrome..Harrow's Variety Review Photoplays. 1 : Nelson The Millionaire's Son I m Princess The Gates ot Doom Dixie The Female of the Species Grand He Betrays His Tribe TRUE to the predictions of Ihose who saw the first performance of My Honolulu Girl last week. Saturday afternoon and evening saw throe of the biggest, best, good natured crowds that ever flocked to this popular pleasure house. The verdict on first ballot was unanimous that Sol Burka had brought a very unusual pro ductlon to Fairmont at popular prices, and the people showed their appreciation of bis policy. In strong contrast to n Keystone - comedy in the same ball, the Dixie is offering Dorothy Dalton in "The Female of the Species." a strong drama of love, in which action, suspense anil renunciation combine to keep the ictorest unabated to the end of the reel , Date releases are a feature of the Brincess. Tonight they are snowing a five reel Red Feather feature which was just released March 5. Claire McDowell is the leading character, taking a double, Indore. a native woman, | and Agatha, the daughter. Both moth-; cr and daughter escape from the liar "Ui, oi an luum prince. a large cum ;n iu-; quired to enact the story which contains numerous spectacular eftc-ls , The saving of the girl from a funeral pyre Is one of the dramatic scene:: in the story. A musical comedy different from all the rest Is the promise of the Hippodrome management for tills week. Zarrow's Variety Review which is here ready for the rise of the curtain nt the afternoon matinee is not to he confounded with the Zarrow company which played this town a vea" ago or more, as this Is cntiroly a different or ganization. under different direction. Mr. Rurka liellovos he Is giving an unusually good show this week, as ho 1 has seen the Zarrow's Variety Review in another city, and It Is safe to say that If ft pleases his critical eye, it will prove a good drawing card at the Hipp. A William Fox attraction Is presented at tho Grand this evening. "The Primitive Call" with Gladys Coliurn. In addition there Is an Indian story. Besides "Tho Millionaire's Son" and a Lonesome Luko comedy, the Nelson has a good news number showing the return of 10.000 of Pershing's men from Mexico, the German vessel "Llebonfels" Interned at Charleston. S. C.. scuttled by her crew, also the depar*??? Amnrleon mnrphnntmnn imo Ul IUC muvtivuii U<W>VHW??MW.. Rochester and Orleans for the war | zone. All good views. Evening Chat "" i> : Some folks ud try to make ye b'leave, i This world wuz full o' sorrow. That, Ukllest thing that ever wuz. Ye'd die afore tomorrow, That all the joy and sunshine hero, Was for folks up above. That common mortals never share, The Father's heavenly love, That everything ye do or say. 1b something that ye shouldn't. And everything ye don't do, Is a sin. Though p'raps ye couldn't, - > That stayin' home from meetin' fit- Just to help a needy soul. Is just one way o' cheatln', Yer self out o' yor goal? Well, If I had to live and think, l.ike them folks thinks Is right? No sunshine er no gladness. Er no happiness?GOOD NIGHT! TI1E DEACON. Many Drunks in Police Court Today Bill Goff. drunk and disorderly on ; L' Madison street was arrested yesterday (He and this morning was fined $5 for his behavior. Ho arranged payment. John Smith, drunk at the Baltimore and Ohio station was also fined $5. He was nnafjle to pay. O. L. Ferguson, drunk and disorderly was fined $10. . He was arrested on Diamond street. East Side. William Hale, drunk, was fined $5 Both arranged payment. C. W. Smith, drunk and disorderly, drew a fine of $10. He paid. Sam Ollvant drunk on Jefferson street was fined $5. Andrew Young, colored, paid a! fine of $5 for being caught drunk and ' was allowed to return to his home in | Morgantown. Ho took with him two pints of whiskey which he hnd on him when arrested. Earl Watkins was fined $1 for running "an auto on the sidewalk on Madison street hill. Mrs. Letitia Fearer Died in This City Mrs. Lotitia Fearer, aged 52 years lied Saturday evening at 5 o'clock at Cook hospital, death following an operation which was performer earlier In the day. Mrs. Fearer came hero from Terra Alta accompanied by her tnnrhter Mlna Ttnrel Pnnrpi- nnrl Sni-I physician Dr. C. L. Goldsmith. An1 >pe ration was performed early In thei ifternoon which waB apparently suepessful. However, the patient took a linking Bpell and died within a short The body was prepared for burial it the Musgrave Undertaking OBtab-i tfv ashment and on the 9:50 train Satur-] L lay night was taken to Term Alta i Bv' where Interment will he made. The ; " lecoased waa a widow and 1b survlvId by one daughter. PLAN THREE NEW 8CHOOL6 B?r. ' CHARLESTON, TV. Va? March 12.? ? [Tie State Department of Schools has " keen asked to assist In the movement ?T the constrnctlon of three now high chool buildings In this state. One is proposed for Moundsrllle. Marshall .tounty; one for Milton. Cabell county, md the other for the accommodation If Ceredo and Kenova, Wayne county. THEY AT THE GRAN Scene from the Big Laug j LOCAL SOC Red Cross Tea. The Red Cross Membership Tea given at ihti home of Miss Virginia Fleming. president bf the local Red Cross unit on Saturday afternoon was a delightful affair and was largely attended by local women. Fifty-nine names were added to the roster of the organization as a result of the tea. Mrs. C. 11. Neill, one of Fairmont's popular singers, sang in her usual charming style a solo which delighted her hearers. Miss Fleming was assisted In entertaining by Mesdames \\\ T. Hartman. B. ('. Jones. Roger 1?. Klngaland and the Misses Eliza Rock. Mary Ellen Henry. Martha Hutchinson, Susan Arnott and Ethel Helntzelman. ? To Elect Officers. The annual business meeting of the Woman's club will be held on Friday afternoon. April 1G. at the club rooms iu the Watson hotel. Officers will be elected and chairmen of standing com uiittccs will make reports. The polls will be open at two o'clock and will remain open until.3:30. It Is urged that members vote as early as possible as It Is desired that the polls close as soon after three o'clock as possible Miss Hazel bock will play a group of songs. Surprise Party. C. E. Postlethwait, a popular line foreman for the Mouongahela Valley Traction company, was given a delightful surprise party on Saturday evening at his home honoring the 2Sth anniversary of his birth. When Mr. Postlethwaith returned from his duties on Saturday night he found a crowd of friends assembled to help nirn celet . - ui" ftinkth mdnulftno A UlttLU llin lT*Cllt;-Cit,UlU delightful evening was spent and refreshments were sedved by Mrs. i'ostlcthwait. who had arranged the affair. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay West and daughter, Rhoda; Mr. and Mrs. llcrt Satterileld, Miss Esthel Satterlicld, Messrs. Everett Postlethwnit, P. B. lloach, Thomas Neff, French West, John Duckworth, INDUSTRIAL FAIRMONT ' i F. A. Webster, superintendent of construction for the Monongahela Valley Traction company, completed last week the high tension line connecting the Hutchinson power plant and the t'hieftoti sub-station of the company. The stringing of the line, for which preparations have been in progress for a year, had been held up because of the Inability of the company to sccuro rights of way. Citizens of Rivesville are very desirlous or having a gas service for their city furnished by the Monongahela Valley Traction company and to thnt end petitioned the company. An application has been made for franchises granting permission to lay pipes, and it is possible that Rivesville will be furnished from the mains of the M. V. T. company with gas for domestic and industrial purposes in a short time. Notwithstanding the difficulty which every one is experiencing in securing freight cars, the National Biscuit company has received four shipments already this mouth and two more are expected very soon. Owing to the foresight of the company in providing for a sugar famine by laying in a supply of thai valuablo commodity some months ago the present shortage of that staple is not affecting their business to any extent. The house here reports an increasing popularity on tho part of "Llnocda Biscuits," over eighteen hundred dozen of these having been ordere.d for this month. Ludwtg A. Thiol, architect for the Fairmont Chemical company, la here for a few days Inspecting the slto for the new buildings of the sulphuric acid plant to bo located on Valley river near the plant of the Hutchinson Hrick company. Difficulties In securing materials has delayed the construction of the plant very materially. 500,000 BATHE INTERNALLY trrnnrfTt ryf Tntnrnq 1 Bathing since the advent of "J. B. L. Cascade" Is accounted for not only by the enthusiastic praise o? Its users to others but also by the physicians insisting more and more that the Lower Intestine must be kept free from witste to Insure perfect health and efficiency. Mrs. H. T. Walthall, of Richmond, Va., writes: "I have been cured of Constipation by the use of the Cascade and the Antiseptic Tonic, and feel better than I ever have in my life. Could not do without the Cascade. Very respectfully," Call at Fairmont Pharmacy and ask for free booklet on the subject called "Why Man of Today la Only 60 Per Cent. Efficient." r'EST VIRGINIAN-FAIR? D TOMORROW v. M hlng Festival, "Twin Beds." 1AL EVENTS i . , ? Mm* W. M. Jolce, Elmer Sanders. Mr. an . Mrs. C. E. Postlethwait, Tbelma an Leroy Postlethwait. Rehearsal Tonight. Attention is railed to the rehearss of "Undine" to be lieUl this evening a | the First Buptlst church. All thos | taking part are urged to he present. I * * - 9 Parkersburg Event. I A charming informal party was gl\ ' en on Frlrtny afternoon liy Mrs. Fro I Hopkins, at her home on Murdoch avi I nuo, in honor of her sister, Miss Krom : Shields, whose birthday anniversary i j was. Mrs. Hopkins Invited Lwelv of the intimate friends of the hono guest to spend the afternoon and ai ranged the affair as a complete sui prise. The afternoon was spent i sewing and chatting, and at Its elos a delicious and beautifully .ippointe luncheon was served. ? Parkersbur Sentinel. ? Entertained at Dinner. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Rosenthal, formei ly of this city, delightfully entertaine a number of local people at a prettll appointed dinner party last evening a their home at Guysy. Covers were lai for Mr. and Mrs. B, C. Jones, Mr. an Mrs. M. K. Ashcraft. Mr, and Mrs. N'e son Beale, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Amoi the Misses Callle and Hazel Prey an Chester Shinn. * * Chapter to Meet The Robert E. Lee chapter of th Daughters of the Confederacy, wi meet tomorrow eveniug at 7:;! o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. I Manley. li * | PERSONALS H. F. Colebank and daughter. Mis Mary Linn, of Parsons, are In the clt for a visit with relatives. Miss Ann Leach, who has been vis Iting Miss Mary Louise Nichols fo several days, left this afternoon for he home In Knoxville, Tcnn. M. L. Haney made a business trip t Cleveland, Ohio, Saturday. Charles O. Heed was a business vis itor h. Grafton Saturday. Miss I ties Jncobs has returned frot a visit of a week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Jacobs ft Trliuit Mrs. T. S. Hnrdesty, of Manningior is the guest of her daughter. Mrs. C. C Sheppard, at Bridgeport, Conn. Mr; Hardesty and daughter and grant daughter will spend several weeks a Atlantic City before Mrs. Hardebty r< turns home Mrs. A. L. Heffner and daughtei Miss Naomi, have returned from a vh it at Washington, D. C. Miss Louise Leonard was the weel end guest of Miss Gladine Fisher i Morgan town. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Robinson ar spending a few days in Baltimore wit their daughter. Miss Helen, who Is student at Gunston Hall. Mrs Amelia Bennett is recoverin from an illness at her home on Jacl son street. Miss Cilda Smith, of Morgantowr spent the week-end at the home of he father, D. J. Smith. I $jnm /pV VI NEW CAT bt wearing ap] and children i tributed?free Presenting in New York at catalog is is people find tl merchandise an always to be i towns. If this b< fcase, the read shall be glad copy. But we looking and bu first. Most thing log are deliv the United St Write name plainly and si iCatalog No. 5, will do. Addi JOHN WANAM 8th to 10th Street, Brc ? AONT, MONDAY EVENING^ Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Dunning spent ! Sunday In Morgautown with relatives. Mrs. Harry (argent and son, of Morgantcwn. were guests of Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Goodwin yesterday. Mrs. Harry Shore and children have returned from Cumberland, Md? where they were called by the Illness and death of the former's mother, Mrs. Barbara Ackerman. J. W. Vance and daughter, who had been the guest of Prof, and -Mrs. Otis G. Wilson, have it-turned to their home at Erie, Pa. Miss Louise Schroeder, of Grafton, was the week-end guest of Mm. Ernest Sherwood. Mrs. Stella Brown has returned from a visit with ber brother, Walter Elliott. In Clarksburg. Mrs. Simpson McConaughoy. of AlJ berta, Canada, who 1b spending the winter In this city, and Miss Florence Dean are spending a few days with relatives In Connellsvllle, Pa. Herman Grau, of the Fairmont Mining Machinery company, went to Som erset, Pa., this morning on buslaess. Mrs. Oscar Stannard, of Huntington, who had spent the past few days in this city with her aunt. Mrs. R. L. Cun-' nlngham, returned to her home yes- i tcrday. W. E. Waddell, who had spent the past two weeks here as the guest of I his father-in-law, A. J. Stone, on Qulncy j street, left this morning for his home | j at Covington, Va. Mrs. Waddell rej mained hero for a longer visit. Walter Jones, of the firm or Jones and Xuzum. architects, who Is located In Pittsburgh, spent Sunday here. . Mrs. \V. F. Nuzum. of Belpro, Ohio, formerly of C'larksbure, who bad spent the past few days with Mrs. ri. P. Nue zum in this city, returned today to her home G. W. Blnnix has returned from Washington, I). C., where ho attended ' the inauguration ceremonies. He also 11 ' visited in other cities before return ' ing here. a H. Glenn Greer, of Terra Alta, is a | 1 visitor in the city. ' a friend to | . tender skins " Manyill-madctoiletsoapscc itain i? Iree alkali, a harsh chemical v hidt tends to diy and injure tlic sl.in or hair. Ilcsinol Soap contains 'hsolutely no free alkali,andtoit is; ided the soothing, healing Rcsinol .-nedication, which doctors have us> d for over 20 years in treating skin 1 roubles. Thus it comforts tender kins, and helps nature clearthe com ilexion and keep the hair rich, lustrous s and free from dandruff. St d at y all druggists' and toilet coui ters. > '.! Miller's Antiseptic Oil Known as ? Snake Oil a Will Positively Relieve Pain In Three i, Minutes. Try It right now for Rheumatism, i. Neuralgia. Lumbago, sore, s- iff and swollen joints, palng in the herd, back i. and limbs, corns, bunions, etc. After 1 one application pain disappea.s as if t by magic. 3- A never-failing remedy use-' internally and externally for Coughs Colds, r., Croup, Sore Throat, Diphthe. ia and 3* Tonsilitis. This oil Is conceded to be the most t- penetrating remedy known. Its prompt; 0 and imemdiate effect In relievi ig pain j Is due to the fact that it penct ates to ! e the affected parts at once. A , an IIh lustration pour ten drops on tbj thick-! a est piece of sole leather and it will, penetrate this substance tliroi gh and [ f through in three minutes, t* Accept no substitutes. Th great oil is golden red color only. Kv ry bot' tie guaranteed; 25c and 50c tin hottle. r or money refunded. At leading druggists. ~* wh* f SPRING ALOG parel for womerf La being dis- . 1 for the asking*^ ; fashions wora' i the time the 1 isued, many X lat It offers id a service nov lad in their home s true in youi^ ler of this, we) to send you a always advise lying at home/ ;s in the cataered free in ates. and address .mply say: "Send) 3 . " A postal 'ess: IAKER, New York iadway to Fourth Avenue _L . i , MARCH 12, 191?. The Ne With Their C are Making WHY NOT SEE THEM est and their best?the i gowns that show what tl fashion; the new gloves; wear, the ornaments, th< been our pleasure to sea in good time for Easter. Easter Milli A splendid collection of the mt atlons rich In trimming and very are copies ot distinguished hats modiets of the Paris capital. They are varied and delightful, an looking forward to the charm c parol should see them now. Desk! hats there are some very clever delightful and practical hats fron room. Prices very moderate, $; $6.50 and so on. ( The New S] Cnrsets Are ready for the new season. Madame Lyra and American Lady bination that Is very hard to bea Df a proper fitting at Hartley's. (First Floor) Fashionable Fo tor the Young College girls' wing- r tip boots are now the J smartest footwear 1 fashion. They come I' with high and low j* heels in smart shade of gray and brown In calf skin and buck jj?h skin, all sizes. $7.00. f'j (First Floor.) ' Set of Teeth $8 GUARANTEED 10 YEARS ; trown and bridge work. 55.U0. Tooth fillings, 50c and up. Examinations '..nd estimates ! FREE. Dental methods have totally changed In the last few years and to get the best of dentistry, consnlt a dentist who Is practising the late methods. We guarantee our work. Office on Main street opposite Court House, over S and 10 Cent Store. The Union Dentists I Bell Phone 921 J, lead the Store! II Always the Latest ~ Victor Records in ^ f V #1 * ^ T^SW^) 1 w Spring Fashions li Unarm and Their Beauty They ||| I This Store Very Beautiful H NOW, this moment, when they are all at their fresh- I iiif - 1 i i?e * it * I. .sSLgB tew nuiunery is so cnarmingiy oeaumui. me suns ana lie Easier fashions arc to be; the young women's new; the dress trimmings, the silks, the ribbons, the neck- 3 e handbags and all the accessories of dress. It has 1 rch for ail the better things and to have them here Why not see them now? Easter Fashions For 1 Young Women J New spring suits, new school dresses and the fluffiest frocks for afternoons; new; and most useful topcoats and skirts for *' every occasion?all in charm of their new" stvles. So nrettv that mnnv vnnmr wnm. H X %! ~ " V %) " "** *0 "" """" I, en are already selecting their entire [ Spring wardrobe. vf H TAILORED SUITS are prettier than ever, with many Ut tin Individual touches wo have ordered exproBsly. Those 9 go from $15 to $55. TOP COATS are very smart with their novel pocket* j and belts, large collars, and above all, their attractive colors, $10 to $30. DRESSES in a bewildering array of colors and material* employing embroidery, beading and braiding for trim- I 9 tiling $15 to $35. I Second Floor. nDn, The Easter Silks are IH nery Splendid ? tst beautiful ere- \ ... i j i colorful. There They are the silks that everybody is from the treat asking for now to make up into Easter suits and gowns. 119 |^| and every worn- .... . .'8 I .f new Sprint ap- TAFFETA In stripes and plaids?blue, green, bur I ./ J les tlie line dress Bandy. lan and brown. 30 Inches wide, $2.00, $2.25 p sport hats, and am' $2-50 " >'a'd. A J ftjj i our own work- STRIPED WASH SILK, 30 inches wide, $1.25 a J t..ri0. $4.on. $3.00, yard. Second Floor) CREPE DE CHINE, white, pink. blue, mustard, +, J.fl tennis, tray, treen. burgundy, roKC aud black, 40 13 , Inches wide. $1.30 and $1.75 a yard. GEORGETTE CREPE in all colors, 40 inches wide, I,-' L/l lllji $1.73 a yard. -1 -1 1,1 SILK KHAKI-KOOL, tan, and oyster white, 36 I inches wide, $2.23 a yard. (First Floor,), Gossard, Nemo, The New Cotton Dress Corsets?a com- ? , t. You are sure VjOOQS Prices $1 to $10. They are here In great profusion. New Amerl- ] an and foreign voiles of unusual colorings and II designs?stripes, checks, plaids, dots, paisley and * 111 Chinese designs as well as all-white voiles In the prettiest of new weaves. Frices run 23c to $1.00 otwear a -vard- iKirst Fioor-) ?ii Lady Men's New Spring Suits nand Overcoats are Ready I! Make acquaintance with the new fashions in the men's clothing store. | | II For the Making of House I | J CitiBhams 27 to 32 inches wide, 10c to 35c a yd. Devonshire Cloth, 32 Inches wide, 25c a yard. vj I j Cnlatea. 29 Inches wide, 22c a yard. -"*^1-* FOR CHILDREN'S DRESSES?Kiddle Cloth,. 32 inches wide. 22c a yard. Kindurgartcn Cloth. 30 Inches wide, 28c a yard. ' I , (Third Floor Annex.) g09sesoBsccossco?=aosccocecoseoseos60osooeoeeoooeoooe?;| I GRAND THEATRE | TUESDAY MARCH 13 f? S RETURN OF THE CYCLONIC COMEDY HIT. 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