When^Bho Isn't flying. Glaurla bu
K.,-relief or other charities. Here she is
Bv& ( . by New York's bohemia to the Macll
ft ! v I took prominent part In the fete, pro
Bp Girls' Class Will Meet
Pls^i^Tbe girls' Phllathea ciass of the
it'll (Highland avenue Methodist Episcopal
ft fchurch will meet this evening at toe
'home of the class advisor, Mrs. Gkviys
T iGainor, on Pennsylvania avenue.
- ' Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Henry and tla-igh|
iter, Mrs. M. R. Frantz, motored to Mor- j
lit gantown this morning and attended |
|1'. commencement at the W. V. U. from
jff/ j Which institution Robert Henry was
ffire 'graduated today.
Flay Day Observance.
' The William Haymond Chapter of
y .' the Daughters of the American Revnluj
. tion will observe Flag Day on Thursday
of this week at the home of Mrs.
J. M. Black on Benoni avenue. The
program is as follows: Roll call. Rei
sponse, Flag Quotations; election of
officers; vocal solos, Mrs. 0. A. Wood,
L? Mrs. H. G. Stoetzer.
i A meeting of the executive board
h wtll nrornHa thfl rPE-llllir mfietinC tO bO
' " ?-* x -?w 0 w
held at 2:30 promptly.' The meeting
*v proper will convene at 3:00.
g? * ?
Pythian Sister Meet.
The Pythian Sister will meet In reg
H^f'ar session tonight at 8 o'clock at the
M^Winiphts of Pythias hall to elect dele
gates to the district convention to be
held June 21 in Kingwood.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wiegel returned
last night from Pittsburgh where they
attended commencement at Winchester
School where their daughter. Miss
, Mary Moulds Hurst. Is a student. Mrs.
Wiegel had also visited in Rochester.
Pa., during her absence from the city.
Miss Hurst will return here tlie latter
part of .the week to spend the summer. I
* * .
Mies Stella Hutson, formerly of Oakland,
Md., and a graduate of the Normal
school in this city, and Bruce
Wells, of Stevensville, Montana, wore
united in marriage in that place Juno
2. Miss Hutson had been located in
Montana for several years teaching
school. Mr. Wells is proprietor of a
newspaper In Stevensville and also in
Hamilton, Montana. The bride is a
niece of Mrs. L. C. Smith, of this city
The aavanceu pupus 01 hubs Djemiur
Blanche Barns will be heard In piano
recital tonight at the Watson hotel,
th) program to Include a reading by
Miss Edith Hartman and a vocal solo
by John Reed. The pupils taking part
Will be the Misses Mary Louise Conn,
jDorotha Conn Howard, Mary Katharyr.
Howard, D. Slmlone Stassan, Mary
. Bennett, Katharyn Coogle, Helen Robb.
Rutii Friedman, MIMred Reed, Myrtle
Sappor and Raymond Klaw.
Last night the younger pupils of
Miss Barnes gave a recital at the
f* Barns home on Maple avenue. Those
taking part were Tillle Funt, Esther
Punt. Marian McWhorter, Ruth Eddy,
Virginia Osgood, Slmlone Slassart,
Isabel Klaw, Geneva Leonard, Eva
Zelneslck, Leona Friedman, Myrtle
Sapper, Helen Robb, Ethelyn Ice and
Beatrice Osgood. Miss Lucile Shain
gave a reading.
On Friday evening, June 8,1917, Miss
I Maude Donaldson, of Farmlngton, and
Junior Johnson, of Fairmont, were
united In marrlage-at the M. P. Templo
parsonage by the Rev. Dr. J. C. Broom"
field. Mrs. Johnson Is the .daughter of
Mr. apd Mrs. Perry Donaldson, of
Farmlngton, and Mr. Johnson Is a member
of Co. I, of the First W. Va. Regl.
jnent, now in camp at the mobilization
inie engagement of Mian Betty PeeKbies,
of Cincinnati, 0., to J. C. McKlnE*ney,
also of Cincinnati, was announced I
on Saturday by Mrs. H. B. Peebles,
I mother of Miss Peebles at a luncheon,
I at which girt friends of Miss Peebles
vera guests. The date for the mar1
riage was not announced. Miss PeeIV
ables is a niece of Mrs. Arthur 0. Mar|
tin, of this city, and has been a fro
l^ouent guest here where she was-a popISfiiar-inember
of the younger set. She
Mill come here within the next week
IjEa a visit to Mrs. Martin.
Mif Missionary Meeting.
? The ladies of the Southern Methoifllst
church will meet at the home of
jttWrs. Carl Tost on Oonaway avenue
I; this evening. The program 1# as
' follows: Tople "The Kingdom of God
I ?n LejtW$gon.m^ IMyottOTgJjerarnlSM
I - \ 1 m .t-i
sieb nerseu uumg aumcLUAJig iui nai
i selling flowers at the festival given
lougal alley artists. New York society
iceeds of which go to charity.
AL EVENTS 1
Mrs. R. A. Watts. Bible lesson "Our
Lord and Childhood." Matt 18: 1-7;
10-14; Mark 10; 13-16. Hymn 409.
Prayers for Governor and members of
the Legislature, Mrs. It. T. Webb.
Message ot the District Secretary,
Mrs. P. S. Pollitt. Business session.
"Social Legislation Regarding Childhood"
led by Mrs. W. D. Straight
"Child's Mother and Institutional
Rights" Mrs. L. N. Yost. "Rights of
Training" Mrs. Ward Downs. Questionairc
on Laws ot State. "Important
Work for Mothers" Mrs. H. T. Jones.
Vocal Duet. Mrs. Dowden and Mrs.
Chester Williamson. Story, Miss Ella
Straight. Deaconesses and Missionaries
impersonated. Prayer, a guest
Please ladies, wear your rose badge.
? ? \
Miss Virginia Watson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Watson Is entertaining
a number of her girl friends
this afternoon at her home on Fairmont
avenue. The event is a farewell
party as Miss Watson leaves next
week with her parents for Mt. Lake
Dark. Md., where they will occupy a
cottage for the summer months.
* * * *
The Woman's Auxiliary of the First
Baptist church will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Thursday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock at the church.
Members are urged to attend. The
program for the afternoon Is as fo
Talk, "War, Booze and Religion",
Dr. A. J. Harness; recitation, Virginia
Watson; Piano duet, Mrs. Minor
Dunham and Miss Katharyn Moore.
Vocal solo, Mrs. N. E. Jamison. Piano
solo, Miss Shuttlesworth.
I PERSONALS I
i i 'f
Kiss Dorotlia Howard has returned
from I't. Marion and Masontown, Pa.,
whore she had been the guest of relatives
for a week.
Mrs. Alec Odbert spent yesterday
with friends in Clarksburg.
Tbos. Haymcnd. of Fleming, Ky.,
who had been here on a visit to his I
mother, Mrs. Maria Haymond, left last
night for his home.
Mrs. E. C. Smith, of Ravenswood, and
sister, Mrs. Mary Clerc, of Los Angeles.
Cal., are guests at the home of the
former's daughter, Mrs. Louis Helmick,
on C'oleman avenue.
Rev. P. L. Glover, of Morgantown
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss Marie Barnes, of Eugemont,
has gone to Franklin, Pa., where she
is the guest of Miss Hazel Crigler for
Robert Ritchie, who has been 111 of
typhoid fover at his home on Locust
aveuue, is out. He will leave tonight
with his father, J. F. Ritchie, for Baltimore
where he will undergo an operation
for the removal of his tonsils.
Miss Virginia Sberrard, the young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sherrard
of Locust avenue who has been
very sick for the past week is somewhat
Ninetv Known T)fia,rt i
In Butte Disaster |
(By Associated Press) 1
BUTTE, Montana, June 12.?Rescue i
work in Granite Mountain and Specu- 1
lator mines of the North. Butte com- i
puny which were swept by tire last Fri- 1
day had progressed to-such an, extent I
today, that it was thought possible that ]
every level of the company's property I
except those below the 2,800 foot level i
which had been-floodejl-with waterw?Il ?
have been explored before nightfall. 1
The latest recapitulation by the com- <
pany's officials -and the county-coroner
showed 60-Identified dead. 72 unaccounted
for and the total known
dead was placed at 90.
CROSS ATLANTIC 8AFELY. AN
ATLANTIC PORT,. June .12.?
Many American citizens arrived la/the
United States from Europe today on
the Norwegian steamship Bergensfjord. !
The vessel brought 928 passengers. No |
submarine was cited on the-voyage, J
tho officers said.
Store Opens at 8 A.M.
"WJ kind n
A-l^. most tl
iSt ! I sPorts
t IIS spring
ii | uses.
f?^ L merpi
DIVERGENT VIEWS ON
One Speaker Says It's a Necessity;
It's An Evil.
(By Associated Press)
PITTSBURGH, Pa., June 12.?
Greater intensity of production required
for war needs will prove the
desirability of establishing workmen's
health insurace as well as
strengthening workmen's compensation
laws, in the opinion of Dr. John
B. Andrews, of New York, secretary
af the American Association for Labor
Legislation, expressed in an address
today before the National Conference
of Charities and Corrections.
"Health insurance is not charity,"
declared Dr. Andrews, "it is social
justice. The responsibility for sickness
is shared by industry, the worker
and the state, and all three will
share in the benefits of public
Progress toward health Insurance
has been rapid in this country, acsordlng
to Dr. Andrews. Civic, medical,
commercial, and labor organizations
In ever-increasing numbers are
endorsing public health insurance as
the need and the benefits are understood,
he asserted. The one interest
that united in opposition was made
irp of the private insurance companies.
The proposal for universal
health' insurance absolutely excluded
private competition and private proIts.
The local mutual funds are
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naae up- 01 cuuLnuuuuns irunrnw
smployer, the employe and the state,
vith employers and employes Bharlng
)QuaIly~la the management Dr. Anirewn
said this fair distribution of
he-coet and the democratic managenent
are making a strong appeal,
lartlcularly to the workers whom it
s aimed to assist The favorable
IndlngB of legislative Investigation
lommisslons In Massachusetts and
California have stimulated the movenent
That the "United States must be
i m aemedr fog Worm*.
derful because of a distribu
it in value from any other tl
lost be seasonable above all
le minute she lays ey^s on it
ins. And every garment is n
: Lot ot Women
At V2 Price
Suits and dress afternoon si
jersey gabardine, home
' 1 ji .
honey, gray, tan, goia, main
i and fancy pockets-^all new
Formerly $15 to $4
Now $7.50 to $23
Silk Dress Sal
irt dresses of Satin, Crepe de
orgette Crepe, Pongee and
senting the best styles and '
and early summer. Suitab
oon wear, traveling and ge
Black, Navy Blue, Tan, Cope]
75 to $15.00 Dresse
00 to $22.50 Dressei
00 to $29.50 Dresse;
50 to $35.00 Dresse
50 to $45.00 Dresse
tvo Small Assort;
of Evening Dres
jhtly soiled, former prices $
$7.50 for one lot of Evening
rices $25 to $30. Se<
lot of Wool Jersey Coat drei
kept safe for democracy was the plea
of A. E. Forrest, of Chicago, in an
address here today, also before the
National Conference of Charities and
Correction. Mr. Forrest appeared as
a critic of social insurance. Charges
and criticisms made by Mr. Forrest
included the following:
That when social insurance is established
in the Unites states freedom
of individual action will cease.
That social insurance condemns
and estroys the present order of society.
That it establishes communistic
control of labor, displacing elective
officers o forganized labor through
oppintment of commissions.That
the commission is more powerful
than the state governor and will
control state politics. #
That the net benefit from an expenditure
of laborers' wages, estimated
at $750,000,000, will be the addition
of an unnecessary third civic
agoncy empowered to searph out disease
That the tendency of health insurance,
even of the commercial variety,
well safeguarded, breeds malingering,
as evidenced by actual experience.
CORNS HURT TODAY?
Lift your corns or calluses off
with fingers and It won't
pain you one bit.
Ves! You truly can lift off every
hart corn, soft corn or corn between
tho toes as well as hardened calluses
on bottom of feet without one bit of
A genius In Cincinnati
. discovered free zone. It Is
JsSr an ether compound and
An*. tiny bottles of this magic
fluid can now be had at
Jl'MI any drug store for a few
Ml||| Apply several drops of
II'IP'II freezone upon a ten||HF
I der, aching corn or callus.
II B. HI Instantly all soreness dla11
j? tli II appears and shortly you
frill II ^ flnd 1116 0011111 ?r cal"
V lus so sbrlvoled and loose
that you life It olf.wlth the
fingers. Tou feel no -pain
while applying freezone or afterwards.
Just think! No more cornB or calluses
to torture you and they g0 withbut
causing one twinge of pain or
soreness. Tou will call freezone the
magic drug and It really Is. Genuine
free rone has a yellow label Look
tion of fine things, different i
lat has been or will be brougli
things. And just how season
It takes in Silk Dresses, and
ew and fashionable beyond coi
's Suits A Sw
lltS Of velour Every suit In i
spuns?apple Kool, Silk Jersey
)gany; belted representing the
Chine, Taffe- r% J
1 i I W n*n
KfiaKl 1S.001. lVtt
values of the
ile for dressy fVv
trimmed with Ma
s $9.50 $55,001
5 $13.75 $35,001
s $22.75 ?
s $27.75 m
of Velour, Jersey,
gold, tan, rose, gi
;ses $18.50 (
15 to $20.
Dresses, for- fW c
2ond .floor. v^aav^
sses $18.50 to ana We
MORE ROOM FOR
LOCAL JO CROSS
The rapid growth of the membership
" * -* '1? Oonna OKnntnr unrl
ilol UL UltJ lucai XVCU uuco VUB|>VW1 v.??
with the expectation ot a greatly increased
list as the result ot Red Cross
week, larger quarters for the work ot
the chapter have become necessary.
The need has been promptly met by
city officials in setting apart the entire
third floor of the city hall for the
use of the workers. The hall hitherto
divided In halves by a large canvas
partition will hereafter be used in Its
entirety, while rooms for stock and a
toilet room have also been provided.
Heretofore the stock room haB been
badly needed as materials could not be
properly cared for. Seven sewing maSet
of Teeth $8
GUARANTEED 10 YEAR8
crown and bridge work, $6.00.
Tooth fillings, 60c and np.
Examinations end- estimates
Dental methods hare totally
changed In the last few years
and to get the best of ^dentistry,
consult a, dentist who la practising:
the lateral ethods.
Office on Main street opposite
yCourtttouse, over 6 and 10 Cent
Bell Phone 921 J.
1 i |
Store Closes at 5 P. M.
l's Coats, Si
n method, different in fashior
it to your attention. A sale ol
able this sale is a woman can t<
I Suits and Coats for sports on
omen's Fine Suit
stock, including suits of Taffeta Silk,
? Klnn < nwrrno and IVIontIno
?"u umj uiuo ocib^o biiu ?t ivuviuu
newest and best of this Sanson's g&rme
10 Suits Now $11.50
>0 Suits Now $16.50
10 Suits Now $19.50
iO Suits Now $24.50
>0 Suits Now $29.50
tactions on Fine
its For Women
taffeta and silk Poplin, handsomely line
Ilk. Colors are navy, black and taupe
to $39.50 Coats $24.!
id These Coats
Gabardine, Gunl Burl, Serge, navy blue,
rey and plaids.
to $27.50 Coats $16.1
2oats ... $12 J
i r . r \t
jpeciai Lot or nei
inted Material $8.
eluded In the equipment of the work ,
room which Is occupied several days ,
out of the week. Today and tomorrow ,
are regular Rod Cross days. ^
The National Red Cross campaign (
Don't envy the woman whose t
km falls in soft; shimmering t
ripples that seem to take years 1
from her age. Hair of this s
beautiful kind is possible for i
nearly every woman. Treat your 1
hair the Pompeian way and your <
friends wilt-immediately remark,
"How soft and beautiful your <
hair looks." 1
Pompeian HAIR Massage Is a
pore amber liqnid. Not Oily.
Not sticky. Will stop Dandruff 1
sod Scalp Itching. To get Quick ]
results, roll the scalp the Pompeian
way (carefully described 1
in booklet enclosed with every
bottle). The massaging of the (
scalp wakes up the roots of the i
hair to new life. This massaging
^ and J
;h!nes, and many work tables are In- ?
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KT ^ ^wBwXV
WII."'I(mBJ^MbmMMJ^^KI^SM^KI S/ ^kB ?S
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4 I H
lso opens the pores of tbe scalp , I
o the wonderfully stimulating ; K||
iquids in Pontpcian HAIRMai-jJjjj
age. Dandruff and Scalp Ifth-Hj
ig disappear. Your hair will *
ecome and stay healthy, vig- Iffj.'M
rons and attractive. '
Poxnpeian HAIR Massage Hmk
annot discolor the hair. De* n|
ightful and dainty to use. Hi
Get a 25c, 50c or $1 bottle Bg:
TODAY at the store, and prove fl'H
o yourself, the quick results 11'^
MEN have applications at B
Made by the reliable, makers B
if the famous Pompeian MAS"';!
SAGE Cream and Pompefaaija
<HGHT Cream Air. T*;|||
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