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| | Town Talk '
i' Cut out the picture on all four aides. I
Then carefully Told dotted line 1 Its
entire length. Then dotted line 2. and
o on. Fold each section underneath |
accurately. When completed turn over
and you'll find n surprising result. c
6ave the pictures. c
y West Virginia? *
Fair tonight and "
Hfifejl'-- Wednesday; slowly 5
rising temperature. '
S'Wv'ljAA Heavy frost to- 'f
. Local Readings. '
F. P. Hall. Ob. 1
Temperature at
8 a. m. today, 28. u
Vesterdav's weath- '
er. clear; tempera- t
fc'it ^***^-8-^ j ture. maximum, 42; '
minimum, 22; precipitation, none.
Diamond Street M. E. Church ? Pre- ,
sentation of 27 veterans' jewels to ,
members of Knights of Pythias. 0
18 McKinney street?Society of Post- (
' ' oflce employees, meeting at homo ]
of Cecil McDonald. i
i K. of P. Hall?Mountain .City Temple,
l R. S.
WTaA U- l. TT?tl ?* ? '?- - *
j juoccauue xiuii?muriuu nive,. aiaccar
Normal School?Players' club.
Masonic Assembly Hall?Elks' Easter
?. , ball.
Y. M. C. A.?Choral Society meets for 11
First M. E. Church?Jubilee Singers.
First Baptist Church ? World Wide
Guild meets. 1
Y. M. C. A. Directors?The directors
of the Young Men's Christian Associatlon.will
meet this evening in the building
/at First street. Several matters
pertaining to the new women's departmerit
will be discussed.
Ifiome from South America?T. D.
Emerson, who for the past three years j
has been engaged in the oil business
In South America, is spending some -i
time here with his brother, George J
Emerson, of Locust avenue. Mr Emer-i
son will remain in the states for some 1
time, planning to return to South
America next fall.
. '
Mine on Washington Street ? The ?
Conaway mine, on Washington street, n
has been purchased by the S. and Hoy I
L. Dunn Coal company. The Dunns ; A
are now operating two mines, the Con- h
away and the Valley openings. v
County's Health ? Dr. L. X. Yost.: ii
county health officer, has issued bis v
report of transuiissable disease for ti
March. It is as follows: Diphtheria,
8; measles, 11; smallpox, 1; typhoid, n
7; whooping cough, 20.
I Easter Holiday Ends ? St. Peter's
'parochial school which had been closed . 1
"from Wednesday of last week for the li
Easter vacation, reopened this morn- j ?
Police Court?John MacGowan, of j ]
Cass, W. Va., was the early bird at the
police court of justice this morning.
He was charged with being drunk and
pleaded guilty. He was fined 80 and
allowed to go on conditions that he get
Ottt 01 town immediately. r. i. i.ii?
lord, arrested yesterday, was released
on a forfeit of $5. lie is recorded as
having been drunk. He did not apIpear
In court.
i Jubilee Singers Tonight?Cnder the b
direction of the Ladles' Aid Society o.' a
the First M. E. church the world famed ti
colored Jubilee Singers will give a con- j t!
cert tonight at the church on Fairmont
avenue. These singers are said to be
very fine and have a splendid program |
Of musical selections which they will | c
present An admission of fifty cents v
I will be charged. The entertainment y
will begin at 8 o'clock. 0
Nurses' Meeting?The monthly meet
big of the Marion County Graduate
Nurses' Association was held this aft E
ernoon at Fairmont Hospital No. 3, j t
with Miss Emma Vernon, the presl-! H
dent, presiding. Several important
matters of business were considered. | t
Plans were also discussed for the next
meeting of the nurses' association of I )
the state which Is ccheduled to be r
held In this city.
Pellegrina's Condition?While still
In a serious condition as a result of in- (
tnrinn received voslerday when he i i
was struck by an automobile at Monon-1
gah, Phillip Fellegrina, a well known I
Italian, Is doing very well today at "
Cook hospital where was taken following
the accident and attending physt- .
elans believe ho has a change to reMrs.
Daugherty Improving?Mrs. J.
E. Daugherty, who Is a patient at
Cook hospital where she underwent a
severe operation some time ago, Is do|
tag very well at this time.
' Schools Closing ? Closing exercises
Will be held in all the schools of Lincoln
district this week and some good
E?- programs have been planned. At ]
jf\ Karmlngton tomorrow evening the ex- i
orclses will be conducted by C. R. Tit- ]
low, bead of the Extension department t
of the University, and an Interesting 1
rj? program consisting of vocal and In- <
strum en tal music, readings and drills,
will be executed by the pupils. The |
Aterclscs of the other schools In this i
. . .. to/- ..'jPwsSWf
Ustrlct which will be held on Thurs- a
lay and Friday of tbli week will be II
ondacted by 0. G. Wilson, superln- ||l
endent of schools. 111
New Nurse?Miss Agnes Kolossa. R
t ho Is a member of the National As- U
oclatlon of Pugllc Hygiene, has been U
dded to the nursing force of the Conolldatlon
Coal company and will care
or the health of the company's em- c
loyees who reside at Monongah. The o<
ompany now has a large and efflclnt
nursing force and Is safeguarding
n every possible way the health of
ts employes.
Ml Records Were Broken at wl<
Pittsburgh Marriage ^
license Bureau. >e
PITTSBURGH, April 10.?All rec- fcW
irds were broken at the marriage 11ense
office In Wylie avenue veBterday JJ
rhcn 104 licenses were issued, more j
ban in any other day since the mar-1 w'
iage license law went Into effect.1 pr
"rom early morning until late in the I -yj.
fternoon the office was crowded with )
oung men and women, many of them : [)a
iccompanied by parents or older | ^
riends. The applicants waited In line j ya
or a chance to apear before one of I
he clerks. Four men were kepi busy ,,j
sailing the licenses. f,n
The unprecedented rush is attrib- \i,
ited to the circulation of false rumor ya
hroughout this section of the state \v
hat the Allegheny couny marriage ga
icense office would be closed by the jjc
lovernment to prevent the marriage or
)f young men of military age. thus Lii
.voiding the first call to arms. The fl:
umor seems to be so widespread that
he clerks of the office intend to jtj
lotify the Federal authorities. They
re of the opinion that an organized qt
orce has been systematicall circu- pr
ating the rumor to impede recruit??
^ Ht
The following program will be reu- ^
lered at an Easter service at the
Sarnes school tonight:
Violin solo. Dorothy Mason, accomanied
gy Tholma Parker.
The Old Woman Who Lived in a
ilioc?First and Second grades. pa
Flag Song?Second and Third grade j)e
'oys. (.a]
Three Kittens?Second grade chil- an,
rem t,C|
Recitation?Don't. Alreta Satterheid. 20
Playlet?The Echo, Lloyd Carroll -pii
ml Elsie Thompson. 24
Garden Song ? Second and Third alI
rade children. it,
Candle Song?Second grade girls. [t |
Piano solo?Etta Cunningham.
Illustrated lecture ? Holy Land,
loloptican views. ,
jumbermen Will
Not Meet Tonightj ??
, i wh
Because of the absence from the city ma
f Chairman C. H. Toothman, theies
lonthly session of the West Virginia ! f,')r
,uml>er ami Builders' Supply Dealers ; tlll
issocia'.ion which was scheduled to j
e held in the office of the Fairmont!
Call Plaster company this evening,
as been postponed. A special meet- J
tg will likely be called inside "he ne " j *lu
eek or ten days to take up the mat- j bet
srs that were to have been consider su
d this evening. The next regular! wl
teeting will be held May S.
LONDON". April 10.?Diplomatic reasons
between Brazil and Germany se
lave been broken off according to an
Ivening News. an
Donley S. Jones, Correspondent. LeaStore,
No. 12 Ra
Will Entertain. i fro
Mrs. Chester Prichard and Miss; '
.ucy Prichard will entertain the mem- 1 Olj
ers of the Book club and their escorts
t the home of the latter on Washing i ha
on street Thursday evening at eight- tll(
hirty. !
Regular Meeting. inc
A regular meeting ot the Woman's 1
lub is being held in the M. E. church gu
arlors today. Mrs. George DeBolt, of ho
"airmont, will give a talk on current toi
vents. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson, of Ok- bu
aulgee, Okla., are here for a visit with
he latter's mother, Mrs. Zana Black- tui
here. a
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Matthews have re- Mi
urned from a visit to Fairmont.
Miss Edna Warder has returned to ho
ler home in Fairmont after a visit with, fri
elatievs in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bartlett have re- cit
urned from a visit to Pittsburgh. th
Earl Gower has returned to St.
llairsvllle, O., after a visit with rela-1 in
ives here.
Miss Mabelle Calvert has returned I bu
Present three ot these coupons com
of The West Virginian with 98c cash a
with sewed stripes, guaranteed fast colt
Realizing the need of every family In F?
Plag to display on patriotic holidays, we
lumber o! our readers at ridiculously sm
price of flags has almost doubled In the
a dip 8 ot the above coupons conseoout!
rhe West Virginian office with 98 cents
:ents cxtqa for mailing If not called for.
To those desiring It ws will furnish T I
(older, all paoked with the flag complete I
im B. Montgomery Will be
Orator at Unusual
To twenty-seven veterans of the
lights of fS'tblas, Marion Lodge No.
veterans' jewels authorized by the
Ige will be presented this evening at
ipeclal service to be held In the Dla
ind street M. ?. church, lion. Sam
Montgomery, grand keeper of reels
and seal of the grand lodge.
ilghtB of Pythias of West Virginia,
11 be the orator of the evening and
II present the jewels.
To be eligible to receive a veteran's
vel the member must have been on
3 roster of the lodge for twenty-fivo
irs. The services start promptly at
15 and have been planned to be very
Those to whom the jewel will be ;
arded tonight are:
Names. Initiated.
in. Samuel J Oct. 1. 18S1
iyhurst. W. H Oct. 1, 1S81 ,
llson. John It Oct. 1, 188i .
ankenberry, Miles Jnn. 2C, 1881 !
iderla. ("has. R Nov. 11. 1882 .
eale.v, P. G Sent. 1. 1881
.vis, Josiah Jan. 1. 188r !
srnos, Geo. \V Feb. 2, 1885 I
tterfleid. H.W Mar. :i, 1885 1
chardson. Geo. 11 Mar 31. 1885 1
cc. O. A Mar. 31. 1885
.skins. J. N Mar 31. 1885
Kinney, J. C April 14. 1885 |
.rtholow, F. II May 5, 188a
crs. A. A Dec. 23. 188a
iltb, J. M April 17. lSSf.
bit,son, P. B Dec. 14. 185*1
r, L. H May 22. ISSS
an. Jas. It Dec. 18, 18G5
lomas. F. O Dec. 25, 1888
onard, Cnas. G Aug. 20. 1889
ttenhouse. Geo. C Oct. 22. 1889
lea Trth., W Anrll 8 189t*
T, Morgan D Mar. 24. 1891 I
eeman. Michael June 11, 1891 j
ckson, R. E July 7. 1891
irr, A. P.. Mar. 8. 1892 1
lackshere Well is
Making 20 Barrels
The Blackshere Oil and Gas comny's
well.on the Scott Straight farm,
nt's run, Mannmgton district, which
me in a month or so ago as a gasser
d which later changed its mind and
gan to supply oil Is now producing
barrels a day. The well was shot
mrsday of last week and in the first
hours after the shot the production
tounted to 40 barrels. The next day
Iropped down to about half that and
aas remained there ever since.
WHEELING, IV. Va? April 10?Dor
f V. Jones of Moundsville who was
ently selected ns one of the urn es
for. the Central Baseball league'
listed in the Navy today. Local
rruitiug records were broken today
en more than 50 applications were
.de for enlistment in various branch
of the sen-ice. Ten were accepted
the Army, five for the Navy and
ee for the Marine Corps.
Heart Affects Handwriting.
\ceording to an English scientfst
?re is an Individuality In neart
ats affecting the handwriting to
ch a degree that it can be identified |
len writing is magnified.
Primitiveness in Turkish Armenia.
The village in Turkish Armenia rembles
a collection of large ant hills,
d in winter is almost burled In
news at Jones Sporting Goods"
ilroad Street.
im a visit with friends in Wheeling.
Prank Masters is here from Akron,
do, for a visit with his parents".
1'he Misses Lillian and Marie Smith
ve gone to Sandusky, Ohio, where
sy will reside.
Miss Virginia Hewett has returned
Morgantown after a visit with her
ither here.
Miss Virginia Cook, of Fairmont, and
est, Miss Perry, of Milwaukee, are
re for a visit with Mrs. Arthur Clayl.
L.0U18 wrignt, 01 Fittsourgn, is in
urn lor a visit with friends.
Thomas Downs has returned from a
siness visit to Fairmont.
Mr. and Mrs. Orval Ash have rerued
to their home in Fairmont after
visit here with the latter's parents,
:. and Mrs. TJ. S. Courson.
Harold Barrett has returned to his
me in Cameron after a visit with
ends here.
Jones' sporting goods store of this
y, has accepted the sole agency for
o rnlnmhlo Hnn nf hievrlfto
Miss Hazel Mcrvin, of Hundred, is
town for a visit with relatives.
Robert FiBhcr, of Fairmont, wag a
islness visitor in town Monday.
BER 5.
secutlvely numbered at the ofTice
nd get a beautiful Flag 4x6 feet.
ilnnont and vleinity for an American
have arranged to supply a limited
all cost In spite of the fbot that the
past few days. All you need do is
;v#ly numbered and present them at
In cash and the flag is yours, Ten
loot Jointed polo with ball, rope and
n a neat oorrugatod boa for 07 oente
Not to be outdone in patriotism by
citizens who have displayed the flag
on their oftlces anil homed, trafnc
officers in many cities have attached
small flags to the top of their semaphores.
??? ?ggggj??* ,.? - 1 I
Frank Fleming, of Morgantown, was
a visitor in the city today.
Mrs. L. N. Wetzel went to Littleton
today where she will spend a wek
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. B,
C. J. Ramsey of the High school faculty
has returned from a vacation
spent t his home in West I'nlon.
"Robert," said his teacher. sternly,
"you are incorrigible. I shall certainly
have to ask your father to come and
see me." "Better not do that, teacher."
responded the doctor's sou: "pop
charges two dollars a visit."
C. A. Wolfe, general superintendent
of the American Valve anil Tank Co..
la in town looking over the site for '.lie
tier.* factory and planning the location
of the machinery, some of whirh has
already arrived. Work on the factory
has been delayed somewhat by the
rainy weather but it was resumed today
and it is hoped that the foundat1'".!
will be completed very soon. The
machinery which has arrived will be
stored in a temporary structure which
is being erected now. A number of
pieces of machinery arrived some time
ago have been in storage at the freight
depot pending the erection of the tem
porary storage house on the factory
grounds and work on this has been delyaed
because of the walkout of the
union carpenters employed by the contractors
Iloblert and Spedden.
A grave was being prepared today
in the vacant lot next to the Fairmont
Auto Supply shop, a grave in which
will be buried the huge gasoline tank
belonging to the Supply Company.
The tank is cylindrical in shape,
measures ten feet by three nud a half
feet in diameter and will conatin five
hundred and fifty, gallons of gas. The
pump which will be placed In the next
curb in front of the shop, is the largest
of its kind in town and is capahie
of lifting five gallons at a stroke.
Exoavatlon work for the new Fairmont
Garage which has been postponed
for a few days owing to the inclement
Weather was resumed today and
the erecting of a foundation will begin
in a few days.
storage tangs capable of holding
250,000 gallons of crude oil are to be
built this summer by the Monongah
Glass company to provide the plant
with fuel, according to the plans
adopted for burning crude oil under
the pots at the plant. Engineer
Shrewsbury Miller has been retained
to make a report on the different types
of oil storage and Immediately on the
adoption of his report the construction
will be started. The tanks will bo
built some little distance from the
main facory building and below the
ralroad tracks that run along tbe East
side of the factory. The oil will be
drawn from the tank cars by gravity
and pumped back to the big burners
as reeded.
| SpeafrTngTnVtakfast^
I Grape-Nuts I
8 "There's a tecum" I
^ 1
Rodi Rodenich, Accused of
Carrying a Pistol is Discharged.
Rodi Rofonlch. of Grant Town,
brought here yesterday charged with
carrying a gun, was dismissed from
jail today for lack of evidence. Rodi
was in a fight in which Rodi Krevoskl
shot Paul Uzelac. ICrevoski is in the
county Jail charged with shooting with
intent to kill. The bullet from lvrevoskl's
gun struck Uzelac in, the head
making a slight cut on the forehead.
Charles Laugh rey, employed at the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad statiou.
is in the county jail charged with stealing
whiskey from the shipments being
made into Falrtnont.
Marlon Bollen, black, is in Jail cliargi
ed with selling whiskey, hen Rossou.
: black, also awaits a hearing on a whitj
key charge. Howard Shelton. llkej
wise of ebony hue, awaits the leisure
of court to charge him with whiskey
selling. Mrs. Frank Bordelli is in jan
while her six children are being cared
for by the Humane Society. She is
charged with selling liquor. These
arrests were made yesterday on warrants
issued by Justice of the Peace
\V. \V. Conaway.
1 Ave. and Cleveland Ave., one $10.00
j bill and one $5.00 bill. Return to West
Virginian office for reward.
4-10-lt No. 2182
W Matinee Each Day
VV "If Its at the Hlppodron^ It
Must Be Good."
_ Presenting
1 "THE
| INN"
O New Playing to Capacity HouaW
ea at each performance.
^ "A Plaee of Clean Amuaement
George Curtis and John Henderson
j were shopping at Fairmont Saturday.
Waller lteese, of Fairmont, was calliug
at Marion Rudy's Thursday night.
Miss Nettie Lake, of Glady creek,
was the guest of Misses Mary and
Ansey Rudy a few days last week.
Misses Hattie and Ruth Davis are
attending school at Fairmont.
Mrs. Rem Rudy called on Mrs. Omer
Jones Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Linn was the
guest of the former's mother, Mrs.
Ruth Linn, near Boolhsville Tuesday.
Mrs. Cora Knight, of Fulrmont.
called on her grandfather, A. J. Vincent
Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Golda Rudy called on her
aunt. Mrs. Sarah Peters at Grafton, a
few days last week.
Mr. and- Mrs. Russell Finch, of Bun
ner's Ridge, spent Sunday last with
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Rudy.
Rebecca Radcliffe, of Fairmont, returned
home Thursday after spending
u week with relatives here.
Ed. Hawkins and family were visiting
at David Kincaid's near Little
| Fulls, Tuesday.
George Neel, of Bunner's Ridge, was
a Sunday guest at Basil Rudy's.
Mr. and Mrs. Avis Henderson called
at Rem Rudy's Sunday afternoon.
John Rudy was calling 011 his daughter,
Mrs. Mary Linn, Sunday.
Given Surprise Party
Mrs. Elizabeth McDonald was the
t 1 .<. ? nunniun it Rnu hnniP
uum'i iaai civiiHif, ???. net
I oil McKinney street at a birthday party
honoring her sixtieth anniversary.
The guests assembled at the McDonald
i home in the absence of the honor
I guest. Hefreshments were served durJ
ing the evening, a feature of which
was a cuke with 60 candles. The guesti
I included Mr. and Mrs.- \V. A. Walcki
| Mr. and Mrs. Pinkney Arnett, Mr. an.
! Mrs. W. E. Zundell. Mrs. Georgi
j Koush, Mrs. tV. D. Gould. Mrs. Fleming
| Hamilton. Mrs. G. A. Vincent. Mrs.
i Wilbur Cobuu, Mrs. Winifred Murphy
i and daughter. Miss Wniifred; Mrs.
I William Hennie. Mrs. John Hessian.
Mrs. Louis Kaiser. Mrs. A. A. Atha
and daughter, Miss Delia; Mrs. Harry
Downey, Mrs. Ernest McCoy, Miss Sallie
McCoy. Miss Katherine Deegan,
Mrs. W. W. Reynolds, Misses Martha
Swisher, Flora and Sadie Lloyd.
Miss Clara Black. Mrs. Luther Michael,
of Minister's Run; Miss Grace
Flanagan, of Grafton; Miss Ruth
O'Rourke. of Frostburg. Md., and Cecil
A Sable Philosopher.
Well does de S?>od Book say dat you
has "never seen de Righteous forsaken."
an' I knows fer sartain dat de
| food trust never will forsake him ez
j long ez it kin git another good dollar
out er his pocket.
^ JpqsTj^
LOST?Between 4th street, Fairmont
" . '-V I1
For Men, Women, Boys ar
that does good service tl
We have some exceptiona
Boys' and Girls'
Of double texture cloth.
| plain or plaid backs, $3
i values for
i .
>L. B MM II L Mil I
Four people rec
We have made our selec
number of duplications. 3
mitted by the four follow
whom we are paying $300
Mr*. F. C Grow, 1219 2d 2
Katherine W. Hand, 1501
Mist J. M. Scbulz, 239 2d 2
Bertha A. Wilton, 413 Par
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suggests perfect light, and "LO'
The true significance, the livi
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pression in the new name, Evert
of National
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Larkin flirts with death and take:
Marin Sals and Truo Boanlman
the most exciting of the Girl from
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2VENING, APRIL 10,1917.
:oats i
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iroughout the entire yea*. ?
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Men's and Ladies
Special values at
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. ; ?
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i some awful chances.
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