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O A Dy m l Special Values ? I in Baby's WearBj I ing Apparel IE? J Baby's Dainty Short or rat made ot floe quality soft nalni Books, daintily trimmed with jttMMjklgea, ^nsertlom and tuckBaby's Short or Long H mads of pique, casBlmeres, silks OT serges In white or cream, neatly trimmed $2.25 to $7.50, W* * i i Baby's Short or Long ' made of pique wool serge or casj?> elmeres $1.76 to $3.50. ? Baby's Silk or Cotton Imdae of 8ne nainsooks, Jap or if messallne silks, beautifully trim**. med $1.85 to $7.50. ' | Baby's Soft or Hard In plain white or black or com_ blpatlon colors 25o to $1.50. Baby's Silk or Cotton of white organdies or silk messallne, etc. 25o to $1.50. 30x50 baby blue cotton blan' , kets, assorted animal designs, 76c. Baby's wool or cotton vests, booties, Sox, wool or cotton hose, bibs, bed quilts, dolls, etc. at 5 lowest In the city prices. I IWjASTOOF fHO THf PEBPU^-1 N PJ HMHjMtfMJLjMHJBAti 1 ' 11 W EAST SIDE y^.* ;,'.': BSSSSSSSSSmSSSwS^Jw LI i n SSSSSw Leave Tomorrow B?V Mrs. William Kay, of Charleston, who has spent the past eh here, mC leaves tomorrow afternoon for Morgantown to visit relatives a few days be?/> fore going to Pittsburgh. Mrs. E. F. Morgan and son, Albfert, will accompany her to Moragntown. fe A daughter was "born recently to y'r- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Travis at Arcadia, ? -Texas. Mr. Travis formerly resided jfpV 'C Attending Convention |P'; - Mrs. J. L. Leech, Mrs. 0. C. Phillips, W" Wlnhnln. Powers Mrs Flnrenra Gray, Mrs. Frank Amos, Mrs. Ce$ll Jenkins and Miss Emma Layman are j&:'; representing the Woman's Foreign i- Missionary society and the Young i,y Ladles' Foreign Missionary society ot the Diamond Street M. E. church at '. the annual convention at Mannlngton Wir- today. Chapel Exercises ?pf: Miss Louise Lloyd's pupils gave a feymoat Interesting program this morning , at the chapel exercises at the Cengs*-'' Moving to Farms Mr., and Mrs. A. C. Gaskins and , children are moving to their new i; home near Pine Grove. Jerome Steele /V and family are moving to the GasK1 ldna' farm near Pleasant Valley. Entertained Classes H| Misses Iva Hustead and Louise Llosti entertained the members of p. - their classes in the Palatine Baptist Snnday school, Tuesday evening at the Bom? or Miss HUBteaa on Columbia street. The classes are composed ot young boys and a very enjoyable evy enlng was spent by them. Refreshmasts were served by tbe hostesses. Mtl. B. A. Wilson Is quite sick at her home on Columbia street, i Miss L*Jcy Davis, of Boothsville, spent the past few days with Mr. and . Mr*. Guy Davis on Merchant street. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cunningham axe moving Into Mrs. Margaret Wllelm's property on Market street. !% Both and Dale Irons, of Colfax, are K ' , ??**? of their grandparents, Mr. and V KTs. J. L. Carpenter. Sw MlssJlarle Lloyd is recovering from y'' a few days' Illness. P" Mrs. John Hoult, of Newton street, who has spent the past week at Colif tax. returned home last night. . 1 ? Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown "have V moved from Pittsburgh to. East Bridge Spy* 8eve the Tooth If Possible, fe'.. The mania of many physicians for I? ordering diseased teeth extracted is meeting with outspoken protest from , . dentists and doctors. They say teeth should be pulled only when tbe ab ceases at their roots cannot be healed. Comes to Alt. - Bvery dogged worker has hfs day. ^ 7 \v '7 f ^B ^ hfll J J ^K United States Naval Lleutenan the result of the torpedoing by a Oei Co. While this Is the first group of n mate aboard the Aztec, la still mlssli FAIRMONT HIGH J Items About Faculty and Student Ac Senior Englli Commencement Week i The Albert Brooks Fleming, Jr., class of the Fairmont High school Is very 1 busy preparing for commencement week. As yet no speakers have been i selected but the following events will be given during the week: Friday. June 1.?The senior class ' play will be presented In the Opera House. Sunday, June 3.?The Y. M. C. A. will have charge of the services. The 1 Senior class will be honored guests, i Monday, June 4.?The class day pro- : gram will be given. The class Is ex- i pectlng this to be one of the most ; orlgtnial and most interesting events ever presented In the High school. i Tuesday, June 6.?The Commencement nrnernm will he elven. A double quartet will render a number of selections at this program. i The date and place of the Alumni 1 banquet has not yet been decided upon, i About two thousand three hundred 1 and fifty commencement Invitations i have been ordered by the president of i the Senior class and will soon be sent out by the members of the class. Exhibit The exhibit of the manual arts which 1 is held each year in the High school Is always looked forward to with a i great deal of interest, both by the stu- i dents and the public. This year the exhibit will be held on May 23, 24, 25. i Several new features will be present- ! ed, All the departments will be presented this year Instead of only the i Manulal Training, the Domestic Art 1 and Science departments. The English and.History departments are plan- i ning for a very good and unusual exhibit. All the exhibit will be held on the second and third floors of the High ] school building, the English and History In library, the Domestic Science | in rooms 9 and 10, and the Manual i Training and Domestic Art In the old i gymnasium. Refreshments will be served by the i Domestic Science departments. On J Wednesday evening a program will be given consisting of music and short 1 talks by the members of stddent coun- ; cil. The Eighth grade pupils and their parents are especially Invited to at- i tend tills program. i I Senior Play The Senior class will present their f class play "What Happened to Jones?" I on June 2. The cast has been chosen 1 and they are working very hard to t make the play a great success. Miss Pearl Hodges will have charge of the play. The leading part will be planned by George Hill. 1 Canning Club 1 A canning club will be organized c before shcool closes which will be open first to Juniors who will need v credits to graduate next year, and then 3 to Sophomores who desire the work. 1 The club will meet twice a week for two-hour periods at the High school, e and credit will be given for the work done there. However, as much as ten 1 hours' credit may be earned by doing extra work at home and giving the c instructor a written report of what E has been accomplished there. Definitely arrangements have not yet been 1 mmio to the time and supervisor a of ^he work since Miss Gasklll, the Domestic Science teacher, cannot be here. Many vegetables to be canned ~ will be bought from the boys who have the High school gardens, and used In the Lunch room next winter, although the girls may furbish their own vegetables and can them for home . use If they desire. Maple Leaves A meeting of all th eclassos was held last Wednesday morning, In order to take subscriptions for tho year book. The subscriptions were as follows: Seniors, 75; Juniors, 85; Sophomores, 65; Freshmen, 60. The price of Maple Leaves has Increased this year from 75 cents to $1.00 for paper bound volumes and $2.00 for leather bound books. The Increase is due to the advance in the price of the material used in the book. Interesting Composition Work Being By Junior English Class The members of one of the Junior English . classes are writing letters ~??v nnrf ovopv mpmhflr nf the Hi ah IU oavu UUU vrv.j ? W school, who has dropped out In the past year. These lotters contain ail urgent request that the recipient return to school next year with a resolve that he graduate with his class. Chapel Program The chapel program arranged for Friday, April 27, was postponed "until May 4. A part of the regular chapel period was used for a "Thuse" meeting. The various track captains were called on for lmpropter speeches and a few songs and yells were given by the student body. Coach Moore bad charge of the meeting and the athletlo board president, Russell Meredith, gave a short talk. Chapel May 4 The chapel program for May 4 will consist of a musical program rendered by students of the West Virginia School of Muslo. The general public Is Invited to attend. "Hlklnfl" Club Miss Walker, a member of tbe faculty, has organised a Hiking club for the girls. The girls are very enthusl-,, " ? t Themes and a naval gun crew of rum tJ-boat of the American steam1 ten lost and the lieutenant the first If* : SCHOOL NEWS tlvlty Prepared by Members of the ih Classes. astlc over this new organization, am anticipate many pleasant and help tul trips. Monday at 4 p. m. they start ed'on their first trip and It provei a very enjoyable one for all. They walked about four miles, gc Ing first to Peacock Farm, then ti Summerfleld; across Watson Hill ti Locust avenue' and reaching hom< about six o'clock. Only eight gjrl could arrange to go the first time but many more are expecting to Job soon. The trips will be taken ever; Monday and Wednesday Immedlatel; after school. Later, when the even Ings are longer the girls plan to tak< their supper with them and cook 1 Dvor an open fire. Track Meet The Inter class track meet was helt at South Side Dark. Friday, April 21 The time In most events was slow 01 account of the rain an dmuddy field The seniors easily defeated the othe classes, scoring seventy-eight point cut of a hundred. The Juniors am Sophomores Wed with nine points each. The Freshmen received fou points. The hundred-yard dash wa won by Hill, Senior and Hess, Junior Meredith, senior, third. / The 220-yar^ dash was won by Hill senior; Ritchie, senior, second; Wil son, senior, third. Time 23. The broad Jump was won by Ritchie senior; Hawkins, senior, second; Loar Sophomore. Distance 16.6. Tho 880-yard dash was won by Hill senior; Hawkins, senior, second Knight, senior .third. Time 232. The short put was won by Meredith senior; Wilson, senior, second; Turko vich, Junior, third. Distance 34.5. The 440-yard run was won by Rltch ie, senior; Wilson, senior, second Meredith, senior, third. Time 1.8. Tho pole vault was won by Swear ingen, sophomore; Pierre Hill, fresh nan, second; Hill, senior, third. Heigh 5 feet. The discus was won by Meredith tenior; Turkevich, junior, second Hess, junior, third. Distance 19 feet One mill relay won by the seniors ;he sophomores second, freshmen thin luniors fourth. This year Fairmont High school hai tome of the best track material li its history and is training hard foi he Monongaliela Valley track meet which is to be held at Morgantown Saturday, May 12. Tho records mad< Friday on a muddy field shows tha ?. H. S. will be represented with < itrong team. PERSONALS Mies Warden spent the week-enc with her parents in Grafton. Mr. Ramsey's geometry classes have Seen taking measurements of th< :ampus for practical work in classes. Miss Leaman visited the class o: vhicli she is sponsor, in Fairview High ichool. Friday night and helped them nake plans for the rest of the year. A number of High school students xpect tyattend "Sparks' Circus." "Fuzzy" Knight attended the base tall game at Morgantown, Saturday. Harry Hamilton, a former membei if the A. B. F| Jr. class was in Fair aont Sunday. Arthur Fisher Is 'expecting to gc o Pruntytown this week to get some rticles for the. museum. Katharine Arnett spent Friday and 11^ I in the better can ev< from <j coffee, are mil former users v drink F "There's ? *.... '< ^ ,.w ^ v"-.:-_ nine men are still reported missing as K sr Vacuum, owned by the Vacuum OU g officer lost, J. I. Epolusci, boatswains B 1 Saturday in Pittsburgh. Dunlay Brady spent Friday in Mor- jg gantown. ? Miss Cockayne, the Junior English K teachers, was absent from school on M Thursday on account of sickness. fj. Martha Klght, a Junior girl has 6 been ylsltlng among girl friends dur- ? j lng the absence of her mother from 5 home. 1 Miss Davis, a local High school ^ ' teacher, was visiting at her home at ^ Morgantown over Sunday. (R I Gertrude Thrall will attend the VS dance given by Mr. Jones at the Wat- SJ h son hotel Friday night SS o Miss Cockayne, a member of the 9 0 faculty for four years, will not resume S& J her position as teacher next year, as K 8 she Is to attepd Columbia uinversity. N Mr. Sidney Levin, a member of the S II J. 0. Watson class, was a visitor at J9 1' the High school Monday. 1 Miss Reed, the High school llbrar- JK 11 Ian will attend the University of 113 Unois next year. Miss Reed will con- tK 1 tlnue her work in Library science. SS Mr. Oliver Glover, a member of last 8 year's class, was present at the chapel ?9 program Friday. K 1 The teachers of the Fairmont Itfle- ? ' pendent district, will have a recep- Itt i tlon in the High school auditorium VI next Thursday evening. Sffj r ! PERSONALS I I 'l|| Mrs. Amanda Powell, who had spent M , the winter with relatives in Ohio and ? : Indiana has returned home. She was X accompanied by her granddaughter. ? , Miss Beatrice Muslemann, of Indiana, A \ who will spend some time here. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Howard, who ff. had been the guests of relatives here, (lj I returned to_ their home in Uniontown, Pa., yesterday. Miss Marie Thrall, of Piedmont, who Q " had been the guest of her sister, Mrs. S J. V. Thrall, on Gaston avenue, has re- S " turned to her home in Grafton. ' Rev. H. M. Smith, of Montgomery, iv is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. L. . N. Yost, on Benoni avenue, t Mrs. John King, of Pittsburgh, is ? the guest of her sister, Mrs. Thos. ^ , Buckley, on Monroe street. Mr. and SJ ; Mrs. King will leave Pittsburgh soon O . for Detroit where they will reside. , Mrs. Minnie Martin, who has been 'II 1 at the King home in Pittsburgh for sev- j II eral weeks, improves slowly from her , jv j recent severe illness, i Mrs. B. S. Leopold and daughter, I hS - -- ?- _ l i. ?1,? aaif. I N 1 Mar;orie, wno una spent me usl """130 . oral months In Wheeling where Mr. j h . Leopold Is located, have returnee gj ! home. O ' John Gerkln and daughter, little S& 1 Miss Madeline, of Grafton, were vtsl- ~fd tors here Tuesday. Mrs. A. L. Par- If risli and children who had been the |M| , guests of Mrs. L. E. Morgan on Locust!? avenue, have returned to their home A , in Mannington. > Born, to Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Rogers this morning, a daughter. Xj f A son was born yesterday afternoon SS 1 to Dr. and Mrs. Herschel Satterfield o 1 at their home on Gaston avenue. X Mrs. Willard Embrey who lias been ^ 1 ill for a week from an attack of ap- iQj pendicitis, was removed to Cook bos-IKS - pital last night, where she will prob- 58} ably undergo an operation. m Haydn's "Creation" by chorus of 100 voices with Mme. Elsa Gundllng Duga, SSs 1 Walter Barrlngton and Jack Abbott, MP 1 soloists. M. P. Temple, Friday night, m Admission 50 cents. Students 36 cents, i ? Aivt. ^ MING' Wa ^ soli way of = health IT ?r come Irinking <tt There I lions of coffee srho now tostum. i Reason" * ( ' .^]Bh Is ^ ^ i ;. ~ I Store Opens at | 8:00 A. M. | The May! | FRANKLY-] buying had to assortment w: cnce between t ! ity of instance I Our Stock of Muslinwc I Drawers | Price 50c j Good quality of Cambric or nainsook in the straight or ctr| cular styles, trimmed with dainj ty lace and embroidery. i Price 75c Circular or straight effect, in fine cambric and muslin, prettily trimmed with ?>nj broidery or lace. | Price $1.00 I Clozabelle Drawers, perfect fitting garments that serve as | drawers and underskirt without j bulk, circular elect, one trimmed with embroidery. i Petticoats j Price $1.00 I Whits Petticoats, well fitted skirts of muslin| Has deep flounce of Val lace or fine emj broidery with underlay. 4 ' Price $1.50 White petticoats in a good ae[ lection of styles with deep flounce finished with a ruffle of lace or embroidery. Good locking and well made. Corset Covers Price 50c Corset Covers, good looking styles for every day wear. Low neck of soft finished cambric, wlttf hand embroidery, lace trlmt med. laydn'e "Creation" by chorus of 100 ceB with Mme. Elsa dandling Duga, Iter Barrington and Jack Abbott, lists. M. P. Temple Friday night, mission, 50c; students, 85c.?Advt Set of Teeth $8 GUARANTEED 10 YEARS Mr jnAk^^r ' Crown and bridge work, 8&.U0. Tooth fillings, 60c and op. Examinations md estimates FREE. Dental methods have totally changed In the last tew years and to get the best ot dentistry, consult 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. Ilie Onion Dentists Bell Phone 921 J. Sale of Mu [T IS NOT POSSIBLE?that be (lone at present prices. But 1 is purchased last January, ai hen and NOW is a saving that s ranges from 10 to 20 per cei ;ar is all Fresh, Crisp and Clea Chemise Price $1.00 Envelope Chemise, made of i fine nainsook, trimmed back and i front with val lace and insertion i of embroidery. A cool comfortable garment for summer wear. Price $1.50 Envelope chemise has a deep i yoke of lace insertion which ls| ribbon drawn. Fine sheer < nainsook, handsome model. Price $2.00 Envelope Chemise, made of dainty Crepe fabric, trimmed j back and front with Val lace, , vprv rlnlntv and neat. Petticoats Price $2.00 White petticoats with deep 1 flounce of flne embroidery. Mus- < lin top. A good, serviceable 1 petticoat for Bummer wear. Price $2.50 White Petticoats, fashioned of 1 a good quality muslin wtyh a i dainty flounce of flne embroidery, very pretty skirt. Corset Covers ! Price 75c Corset Covers In a variety of J pretty styles, fine sheer nainsook, trimmed with val lace and < embroidery. j smimmmmm PROCLAJ I desire to emphasize the lmpor Movement" to be observed in Fair This movement is of far-reachli meet and cope with conditions ci Infant mortality. This week will be given to the s] doubtedly tend to lower the debth : paign we can save the life of one paid for whatever thought and atte I commend this observance to I tion of all citizens especially parei Those having the matter in char ful cnoilderation and I desire hen their thought and interest In brin ance of "Baby Welfare Week." SEE GEORGE 217 MADISI And Always C Enamelware, Chinaware, Jardin Boys' summer pants, 25c. hClldren's Hose, 10c, 15c, 25a Boys' Shirts and waists 25a Ladles hosiery ot every description. Ladles' summer union suits 25a j SPECIAL?When yon want good 1 to come here. We specialize In got I &HIUN KLUiINo 11 '-i1 1 |P- u BH I fjEt Store Closes at 5:00 P. M. Except Saturdays Iff 1 sun weary is, "Qtif our II this May Sale id the differin the major" ^ I R|* I ,n at Popular Prices. Night Gowns 1,1 Price $1.00 g I pretty styles, low neck and 9 I short sleeves with Val lace Insertion and embroidery trim- j mlngs, many pleasing styles. 55 Price $1.25 | J Night gowns of soft finished cambric, pretty slip over Btyles. Prettily trimmed with lace and a embroidery. Many styles. M* M Price $1.50 Night Gowns, low neck styles trimmed with medallions, has Ml H pretty lace sleeves, styles you I will like. Petticoats | I Price $3.00 White Petticoats with a deep M Bounce of six Insertions and an nl 9 sdge of lace, a skirt that the M -1 women will like. /jt Price $4.00 | I White Petticoats, fine mas- H iln with deep flounce of embrold flfj H Bry. ribbon run, nice for wear with Bheer dresses. Corset Covers I I Price $1.00 Corset Covers, low neck style, nicely trimmed with several rows of Val lace and embrold- | cry. Ribbon run, dainty and jg MATION tance of the "Children's Welfare mont this week. lg Importance?It U deeigned to luilng the higher percentage of Dread of Information that will u? rate of infanta. It by such a can> child we will be wonderfully re> ntlon we may give to thia matter. the thoughtful and careful attenita. ge ere entitled to our moat grfetfr awith to publicly thank them for * glng to our attention the obaerrANTHONY BOWBN, Mayor. A. WALTER J M 3N STREET }et Bargains. Glassware, Flower Pots, S |Jj Children'* summer underwear I Men'* hose, lOe, 15c, 25c. h 81 Ladles rests 10c, 15c, 25c. All kinds ribbons, IOC, 25c. AUJkbids laces 2 l-2c to 25c I Tesh fruit ot any kind don't forget 81 id fruit and candles. 8