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Musical Comedy.
^^Hgpfopdrome Wilson's Night Out
Photoplays.
fiMPuon Allen Blood
| Grand Betty to the Rescue
Princess The Great Secret
' pixie The Cave Man
KBy .
P - 'T'HE six act allegorical drama, "Purlty,"
starring Audrey Munson, la
,v* mous artists' moaei ana inter E
national beauty, which will have a con
^ tlnuoua showing at the Grand tomorM
row . and Saturday is a production of
|j9F the American Film Company, which
MH$$dmployed over three hundred people In
l?Br-.<the filming of the play.
K Jjk Many, of the scenes were taken In a
r* natural amphitheatre on one of the
I -- most beautiful estates on the Pacific
T'CoaaL Many weeks were required to
perfect the scenes, and every detail In
fie filming of this spectacle was worked
out under the eyes of artists ot note.
; I The allegorical characters Evil, Beauty,
Art, Music and Drama all play lm]
I portant roles in this remarkable
ffljK.; drama. Prominent in the cast supportflu^
lng Miss Munson are Eugenie Forde,
M3S Nigel de Brulller and William Carroll.
' . There are numerous ballets which add
XI Jf,delightful ancient atmosphere to the
ITJIf ?actlon of "Purity."
JrO Miss Munson will be remembered
bf i' *or i0r work in "Inspiration," one of
ft''> the most successful films ever re ftfu'.-.leased.
In "Purity" she far excels her
;;; former triumph, for the pastoral surBHH
roundlngs under which the picture was
"made serve to bring out her charm ana
jp?!' grace.
[pi' "Purity" Is a real artistic film preI/*';
sentatlon and proves Miss Munsou Is
H not only a woman of exceeding beauty,
ft-'*?' but an actress of rare talents as well.
R ; Miss Abbott Return* to Hipp
j'- ' The Mt. City Amusement Company
Uv Is rearranging a portion of its staff,
the result of which will bring Miss Vlr*>
glnia Abbott back to the Hippodrome
T"' Theatre. Miss Abbott is now, raanagfc
bag affairs at the Dixie Theatre, ManJ'
, nlngton, which is one of the three
|r . houses controlled by the local company
She will be the house manager at the
J Hipp. Jack Raymond and his wife will
! go to Mannlngton to conduct the Dixie,
p Miss Mary Mooney, who is now in the
p . Hippodrome box office, will be transferred
to the company's general staff
Sy with offices at the Grand, where Mr.
IV Burka has already been installed as
house manager. At Mannlngton Mr.
y.' Raymond will, in addition to his managerial
duties, direct and play in the
orchestra. Mrs. Raymond will take
charge of tho box office. Professor
Jones will be replaced at the Grand's
j organ by another player with whom
negotiations are now pending.
! Trlxy Reynolds will stay at the Hipp
I. and "Easy" Wilson has already been
pi! transferred to Mannlngton, a new
P drummer having been installed in his
f place at the popular vaudeville house
...here.
Memories of Corbett Revived
!> "Wilson's Night Out" at the HippoSf:
drome last night and again tonight, is
I an abbreviation of a rip-roaring farce
in which J?mes J. Corbett starred
years ago under the title of "Facing
. the Music." The play has been preBented
under various titles since CorE';:
bett's retirement, and during the winI.;
ter was presented In full by a stock
fcjj': company at the Hippodrome, when it
f.? . was called "The Man Higher Up."
HVS Enough of the story and stage business
E Vt is presented in the short form to keep
< ' f^the plot together, but of course many
Hp!'! of its laugh-making features were of
Kg" i,. necessity sacrificed to time as the play
Is too long to crowd into an hour. It
pleased the audience immensely, ana
I therefore accomplished its purpose.
Blf' The chorus is seen and heard more
7/ than in the previous bill and presentjp
ed an exceptionally classy appearance
Wi- all through, but particularly in the
|L opening number when the blending of
" costumes, stage setting and poses
t, made a delightful picture. The song
iff hits of the show are "Aching Heart,"
: b^Mr. Bence and Florence Gordon, and
if "Alabama Moon" by Miss Buschman.
5? . ??uroifat*
I , unoitvuuu JIUUIOMII uo tui; naiiui
Wilson" who gets home early after being
out late handles the part well, as
does also Mr. Bence In the role of his
guest. Florence Gordon again displayed
a quality of dramatic art uncommonly
good.
Tomorrow there will be another
chauge of program, when "Tills is the
Life" will succeed the present bill.
How Carson Got His Name
Robert Carson, who plays the great
detective, Rodman Sears, in.Metro's
Berlal, "The Great Secret," a chapter
of which is showing at the Princoss tolay,
is a bona fide heir to longevity
ind health, whose claim is as unique
SB it is well founded.
He is the youngest of a family conV
10c | GRA
| HOME OF THE PIPE OF
I TODAY?Jesse L.
In a gripping story o
"BETTY TO TI
FRIDAY AND
Audrey Munson In the<<]
Picture Beautiful J
tjjsHn ySMF^^MH*
mm
/wisT^Dm^
Announcement has been mado at
the engagement of Miss Gracie to Dun
bar Archibald Adams, of New York.
Miss Gracie is a daughter of the late
Col. Archibald Gracie, a survivor of
the Titanic disaster, and well known
In Washington and New York society.
sistlng of four brothers and four sisters.
The family name Is Prltchgrd.
but Mr. Carson gets his stage name
'' 1 1- ? In ?Vio flrof
irom me part ue pmjuu m ?,***? *?*ov
stage presentation of Robert W. Service's
famous poem, "The Shooting of
Dan McGrew." In the role of the sheriff,
Dob Carson, when this poem was
dramatized under the name of "Out
in the Great Alone," he created a historic
vaudeville character and the name
has clung to him ever since.
His real name is Hiram Desderzay
Pritchard. His fathor, Arthur Pritchard,
ninety-two years old, and Ills
mother, Mrs. Mary Allen Pritchard,
ninety, live in Boston, and spend a
great deal of time out in the open.
They arc hale and hearty and are looked
on as one of the "young couples" of
their neighborhood.
j Comedy and Drama at the Nelson
"Alien Blood," featuring Clifford
' Gray and Winnifred Greenwood, is a
Fortune Photoplay production booked
as the hoadiiner at the Nelson today.
The comedy feature In the program
Is called "Rescuing Uncle."
"CLOSE-UPS"
?"Bob" McCoy has a birthday due
this week, and in order to escape the
dear-knuws-wliat things his friends
might do to him he is going to speud
1 the day in Washington. Pa., as the
! guest of Hal Hoyt, who is showing
| lliero thi/, week. "Bob" is going to
! make the trip in a big Packard ail
alone (maybe), but if the dope works
! right there'll be more things on the
back seat than are enumerated in the
' popular song about the rear seat of a
Henry Ford.
; ?There is a big advance in the cost
of the billing matter used by the tent
shows and that may account for the
' apparent disposition on the part of the
I shows to curtail their advertising this
i reason. One sheet lithos. which are
28x44 inches, formerly sold for five
cents each but the price has nearly
doubled in the last year. Cloth banners,
such as are used by Barnum &
Bailey, formerly sold for six cents a
! sheets but now command twelve ceuts
1 a sheet.
j ?A tabloid show was closed at Mor;
gantown this week, Manager Christy
i declaring that it was lacking in merit
and not up to the standard.
?The Sells-Fioto circus appears at
Wheeling next Monday, but does not
come iuto this immediate section ow1
ing to the Ringling circus having played
ciarksburg and Barnum & Bailey
being billed for this city.
?"The Crisis" is one of the very few
photoplays dealing with the subject
of war that has survived tho keen censorship
and emerged from the searching
scrutiny without being mutilated.
Its presentation at the Grand next
week will undoubtedly be accorded a
fitting reception.
OLD STAGER.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
I C A 5 T O R I A
lND 110c J
tGAN?CONTINUOUS M
Laskey Presents
f California Mlnea
IE RESCUE"
SATURDAY
PURITY"
: crisis" i
' itftj
| 3QCJ
attend Conference.
Mr?. Jarrett Bare, Mrs. W. C. Keller
and Mrs. A. D. Williams of Mor- 1
jantown were here today for the see- 1
Blons of the Missionary convention i
which Is being held at the M. P. Tem- i
Pie.
* i
Ye Olde Folks Concert
Fairmont men and women who will
participate In the Old Folks' concert
to be given on Monthly night under the 1
direction of the Fairmont Pnblio i
Health Nursing Service are Mesdames '
Jennie Engle, A. J. Stone, LaMar Sat- :
terfleld, B. F. Reed, J. H. Klnkead, <
Messrs. J. M. Hartley, M. N. Barnes,
I. N. Lough, Captain Thomas Reed, 1
Rev. Meredith and Rev. C. E. Goodwin. 1
A quartet composed of doctors of the )
city will also feature the program.
Many of the participants were prominent
In music circles here In the earlier
days and they will render the old
songs. An original poem by "The Dea- 1
con" will feature the program which
will be presented In the Y. M. C. A.
Auditorium on Monday evening at h i
o'clock. Tickets will sell at 25 cents.
I PERSONALS |
Miss Isabelle Robb and niece Miss
Anna Robb of Wheeling are the guests
of Mrs. Alexander Robb on Walnut
avenue for several days. ,
Dr. J. A. Cox of Morgantown motored
here yesterday morning and:
spent the <J|iy and night with his
daughter, Mrs. Ira L. Smith and his
sister, Mrs. W. E. Arnett.
Mrs. Alva ilall and daughter Miss
Josephine returned last night from
Grafton where they had been tne
guests of relatives for several days.
Mrs. John P.iker of Keyser is the
guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Clark Merrifield on Columbia street.
Mrs. James Riddle and children of
Parkersburg are the guests of the formers
parents Mr. and Mrs. George
Cox on Guffey street.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brand have been I
guests of relatives in Morgantown for
several days.
Arthur Hnrrntt nf Wnvnpshure. Pa..!
and Whitney Garrett of Washington,]
D. C. have arrived here called by the;
death of their father, F. W. Garrett
which occurred yesterday. A. D. j
Strosnlder, father of Mrs. Garrett, alsoi
of Waynesburg is here to attend the
funeral.
Mrs. John lark and little daughter,
Martha of Waynesburg, Pa., are here
to attend the funeral- of F. W. Garrett
which will be held tomorrow.
They are at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Heffnjr on Cleveland Avenue.
A child was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Herschel Layman, of Finch's Run,
May 10, the eighth child born to that
union, of which five are living.
Z. Layman strained his wrist about
three weeks ago and it is feared that
it is going to pain him for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Meredith are
making a trip to Mt. Clemens and other
points in Michigan, having left
Fairmont a week ago today.
William Prickett Is making an addition
to his residence at Barnestown.
iwrro'eTRlDOF j
CHRONIC DANDRBFF!
The only way to get rid of digust j
ing, untidy dandruff is to correct its;
cause. Shampooing merely cleanses
the scalp for a few days, then the
scales form again as thick as ever.
To destroy the dandruff germ and
get rid of the dandruff for good, part
the hair and apply a little of the genuine
Parisian Sage dlreotly on bare
scalp and rub it in until absorbed. You t
- ' np I
will surely ue amazeu ai me i couh ui j
even one application, for you hair and ;
scalp will look and feel 100 per cent, i
better. Only a few days' massage with |
Parisian Sage should be needed to de-1
stroy the germs that cause dandruff to i
form. The scalp becomes healthy, the
hair will grow better, show more life
and vitality and you should no longer
be troubled by dandruff. Faded, dull or
lifeless hair is quickly restored to
beauty by this simple process. Parisian
Sage can be obtained from Mt. City
Drug Co., and druggists everywhere.
It is not expensive.
;
the long ago and reoalla the preol
and all the friends of the past are
And a piano really means more
ment It Is a njprk of culture, and
ment and distinction. And It is aim
We Will 1
Get a
' This spring we are able to make 1
Of the highest grade In your home,
piano In your parlor, and reasonable
make It easy for anyone.
It Is the duty every one owes his
best possible training and educatlor
! We are Putting: a Piano W
Family- That Ea:
I The Chlckering, Ivere & Pond, E
; & Campbell, Hammond, Marshall an
| the choice of Uncle Sam's navy and i
we have ever seen are on our'floor
G A. H.
Jacobs Bldg. Bell Phone 98
FAIRMONT, THURSDAY 1
1
Moving to Deer Park, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Watson who
had spent,the winter in Washington,
D. C? here their son, Albert T. Wat
ion, Jr., la attending school, will move
it once to Deer Park, Md., where they
have recently purchased the Frick
farm.
* e
To Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips will go
to Washington D. C., next week to attend
commencement exercises at Gunston
Hall school where the daughter,
Miss Ruth Phillips, Is a student. Mr.
ind Mrs. Phillips will close their home
on Fourth street next week and on
their return Irom Washington will occupy
"Highlawns" their summer home
near the city.
*
Guest of Honor
Brooks Fleming, Jr., sponsor for the
Benior class of the High school will
be the guest of honor at the reception
on Friday evening at he school at
which the Senior class will be hosts
to members of the faculty and the Junior
class.
? *
To Entertain Class
Mayor and Mrs. Anthony Bowen, the
former sponsor of the graduating class
of the East Side schools, will entertain
the members of the class, 72 In number,
at a tea this afternoon from threo
until five o'clock at Bowenlta, the
suburban home of the Bowens. Later
in the evening I. M. Kelley, father
of Mrs. Bowen, will entertain members
of the supply company at tho Mobilization
camp informally at Bowenita.
?
Birthday Party
James Ralph Henderson was the
honor guest last evening at a birth->....
?hio hnmn at 405 Gaston
uuy uui i,? m ? avenue,
the event honoring his twenty-fifth
birthday anniversary. Games
were a feature of the evening, "A Trip
to Germany" affording much amusement.
Accompanying the "touring
party' were two American soldiers,
James Henderson and Charles Turner,
who brought the party safely
home. American fiags formed the decorations
in the receiving rooms and
birthday cake with candles and small
flags featured the refreshments.
*
Reception at Normal.
The Senior class of the State Normal
school will entertain the Junior
class and members of the faculty tonight
at a reception at the school
building.
* ?
Fastern Star Tonight.
The regular meeting of the Vair-i
monl chapter of the Order of the lias-1
tern Sta- will be held tonight ut the'
Masonic Temple at 7:30 o'clocic. j
jp ~
1 "A Place of Clean Amusement
J| for the Whole Family."
HIPPODROME
Matinee Each Day
"If It's at the Hippodrome, (t
Must Be Good."
TODAY
Eastwood Harrison
A ?l i-? I ||o
MWLS nig
Rollicking Girls
IN
"Wilson's Night Our
One of the Funniest Musical |
Comedies Ever Presen^d
A bevy of pretty girls, elaborate
costumes and special scenery
are part of the features. I
TOMORROW
An entire New Bill with
a Complete Change of
Costumes and Effects.
DDIPFQ Matinee 15c.
NllOLO Night 15c & 25c
. I
What is Home jj
Without a Piano? jj
Go into a home in which there is >
a piano or pliayeT piano, and ob' |!
serve the part it takes in making
homo the sweetest place in the <|
world. ;
Every hour in the day It Is a !;
ready entertainer. 11 there is com- 1!
pany present, there is no easier way ; I
:o entertain them than with music. ; |
If one is lonesome, the sweet soft <;
music of the piano as it sings of !>
ous memories of childhood days, ;!
with us again. ; I
i;
than mere pleasure and entertain- <;
gives to; the home an air of. refine- !'
lost as easy to own a piano as not |!
rlelp You
Piano
.
t very easy for you to have & piano <;
A small payment puts g handsome ' 1
monthly payments, ior tne oaiance
i family to provide them with the !I
I .within one's me#na. < J
t *
rithin the Reach of Every j;
rns $20 a Week. i i
merson, Lester, Kurtsman, Kohler !'
d the world renowned Auto Piano, ;!
in some of the most beautiful cases ;!
and can be delivered immediately. ;;
Duse Co. ||
II FrankM. Sharpe,Mgr. if
B3
1? a
Towels!
A Gr<
I
Silks, satins and l^roca
whole range of fabrica
compelling in its soft,
towel?
Here's the Stoi
Towel S
There are great heaps dt th
fancy colors, plain hems land
are what (are termed "mtll-e
means they are Imperfect, prot
a soli mark or something else,
this big collection there Isn't
will give the same wear and i
otherwise perfect towel will
quality.
At 18c are Turkish towels, guei
ed borders and place for mo:
At 29c are Turkish towels, plal
cy stripes and fancy check
size.
At 33c and 39c, extra large Ti
and in beautiful fancy natte
wearing quality and except!
At 48c, 55c and 68c are the ei
heavy white and fancy Turk
imperfect but the best qual
ever carried in stock.
i
A Good Week
Outfitting oi
School G
Nearly all of them will need
warm weather season. We lu
est preparations. We have se
are particularly well supplli
plenty of new and warm w
made with the greatest care ai
oi an aguH.
School dresses of colored sin
in the charming "Goose Girl
waist effects, shirred pockets
deal of smocking. All colors, i
plain colors, $1 to {4.50 for 6 t
For children 1 to 6 years, f
ham, lawn and linen, all color
(Second Floe
Many Styles ol
Voiles at 25c to
There are plenty of the fasl
signs that make such nice, s
dresses, larges colored Bport
ly fancied by young girls, d
printings on white grounds,
plaids, checks and new strikir
from sports silks.
New Hosiery
Silk at 60c
Fibre Silk stockings are re
| ing kind and women have air
tor tnem. i ne new summer bu
and there is a choice ot silver
fawn, navy, white and black, i
(First Floor
..?J
wrocr
V- VAV**v?wV' a* '1 ' ' " * " -''. :' ' ?: : rT*riL
Tl Hie Star F
Spangled Banner 1
[V A new Vleter Record eung by
PM John McCormack. Price $1.
^ (Fourth Floor)
Towels!
sat Sale of
vu nrwkwwu
des are rich and fine, to be sur<
tions and weavings anything so
, spongy, honest utility as a g
ry of This - ?. <
ale i Li
em In white and In
hemstitched. They ? j?-1
ind" towels, which "* -j -'
lably a drop thread, W >r-^
But all throughout 1 1
: a towel but that J? A
satisfaction that an i V 2
give of the same j
ats' size, with colorDogram.
In white and In fan:ed
designs, family Also *
irklsh towels, white
Hucki
xns of a very good are in this sale. 1
onal value. able and serviced
nlty for hotels, ho
:tra large and extra es to replenish th
:ish towels, slightly These are sllgh
? , , . tions are great. P
lty towels we have Sa|e start# Sa
(Th
Scores ol
Specia
fe-gaa, for 5
Hats for all sort of e
Dig hats with curvi
Jp dresses, small tailor
ill suits and becoming
Many of the'broad h
S )\ that are so summery
A yy are any number of si
\ \ Panamas, trimmed w
Jments, flowers, fancj
(/V There are black hats,
I / r ^ ^ of black and white, (
\\? \ spring shades. Perhi
' * the collection!
And what a little
amazing when you si
(Se
; for the Of the
f Little Girl
ins
whose sizes are g
new dresses for the an unusually lare
ive made the great- d Mld(J gt ,eg
en to it that stocks
ed lust now with prettiest colors a:
eather frocks. All to $15.
ad skill to suit girls
White Dresses
ghams and percales batiste, organdie,
" styles with high ty and pretty wi
and with a great yal and Irish lace;
In plaid, stripes and ?15.00; an ex.
o 14 years sizes. u ? ' . .
. , tween $2.50 and 3
ire dresses of gings,
50c to $5.00.
Spor
f Printed It seems that ei
L i 1 IIlLvvl , or more Qf the s]
n \iA so great is the de
DUC a yu. silverbloom cloi
jionable all-over de- in several colors,
ervlceable everyday . . .
patterns, particular- alB0 here at 75c a
ainty small colored alB0 here at /bc 8
wide stripes, large Other striped st
ig designs borrowed Japanese silk at 4
(First Floor) silk now on displa
of Fibre A Good 1
n nuir Get 3 (
1+ And no better j
ally the best wear- than th'a ?* '?
eady been inquiring ^toteeleur.
)ck has lust arrived a g<xid suit will d
gray, medium gray, pinch-back and
ill sizes, 60c a pair. showing for boys^
\ Where
Summ
puny l nere
or at least somett
111 ua J gola on the Fifth
TS EH /j place we know of
(ft extensive collectU
Jfifi ^ New wicker, lit
In many styles?i
*aB3jE* tables, flower box
^ ^ all throughout are
^I
- I III s
I III I
Towels! I 'd
Them I
;; but is there in the
friendly, so lovable, so
reat big cotton bath
41 Dozens of HH
aback Towels
They are part linen and very dnn- > i;;l
ble, making a splendid opportu- I
spitals, clubs and rooming bona-" ' I
elr summer towel supples,
itly soiled, but the price redao- I
lain ends, 25c; hemstitched, 29a I
turday Morning'at 8 o'clock. kfc
ird Floor Annex)
f Pretty Hats ||9
iprlng and summer occasion*. ||
ng brims to wear with silk ' II
ed hats to wear with street .11
sports hats in gay colorings. . ' ?11
rimmed milans and leghorns.II nfl
and picturesque. And there " ' || jj
blny lisere braids, hemps and ||&?
ith wings, Japanese orna- , ,' ||
* faottiaro rlWinno ond an nn
J.Ca~VUVl D| lll/UWUU MUM HW WW I ^
, white hats and combinations j Iks
is well as tall the fashionable . //J I ;
aps the very bat for you le In .
' $?$$
price $3.60 Is! It Is quite
ae the bats themselves. - " ':j
cond Floor)
_________________ | |
V KKWU&I
\M pM
: In-Between 1
s' Dresses 4 9
enerally 12 to 16 years, there If S
assortment of Peter Thompson . |
In ginghams and linen. All the ' II
re here and prices run from $S ,
.1
' > H
*
for girls 6 to 16 years, in voile*
lawn, pique and linen, very daliK
ith smocking, hand embroidery,.,^
s and short waisted effects, $1.60 . M
optionally good assortment be- . 17.60.
(Second Floor)
t Skirtings |H
ory woman Is going to have one 111
aorts skirts that. Fashion favora II
mand.
th, light, gray with broad stripee jl |
33 inches wide, 75c a yard. * "
combine with above material, A
yard.
>ort skirtings start with a striped "-"II
Oc a yard, up to a striped taffeUt II >
ty In pur window at |2.00 a yard. Ill
Day for a Boy to J||^|
aood New Suit
ilace anyhere In which to get tt Ir a
lothing Store. Any mother who III
> that her boy's new suit will be II j
io well to see the selection of II
Norfolk styles that we are now ,
of 6 to 18 years, at 85 to 815.
3 Store, First Floor)
' m I
:ver There is H
er Furniture i^H
is Sunshine
tag very like It Under the p?
Floor le now the moat sunshiny 1
, fot| It Is the home of the moat
in ot summer furniture we have
ire and rustic furniture la here
ockers, chairs, settees,. swings,
es, and so on. while the priceiaj
very moderate. j-f-3
.(Fifth Floor) .(l

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