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. K waiKimnwi \v \ \ ?ATPOIUWEEK-\ M (J&SV/ Aft> 5CC. SEES \ // UW&y m-m THhTOftDER-SMtt/'^ JJ^S^ Cut out tne p.cturc .... .nn. cities. j r Then carefully fold dotted line 1 Its , satire length. Then dotted line 2, and to on. Fold each section underneath , accurately. When completed turn R;! : Over and you'll find a surprising result. Bave the pictures. E J"' ~~>b- We8t Virginia? ky! *o Probal,|y showers tonight and E .Cnflpy Weather Readings ; Temperature ^ 8 I \ ature. maximum f ' f "l>; minimum 67; K precipitation trace. EVENTS TONIGHT. Prayer meeting night. i,j East Park?Ball game, Hopewell vs. JHonongah Glass. Odd Fellows hall?Palatine lodge. 1 . of P. hall?Royal Arcanum. E Modern Wodman hall?Fairmont Sodge A. 0. U. W.; L. 0. of W. W. | ' > L. M. C. w, Will Enter College?Harvey a. I Reed has resigned his position with the City Engineer's department to take effect September 1. About 1 I; September 10 he will leave for Ada, Ohio, where lie will enter Ohio' Northern university. In Baltimore Hospital ?Dr. W. C. Ogden, who has been in 111 health for Ik' lome time, has closed his offices here and Is now a patient in a Baltimore hos- , pital under Ihe care of Dr. C. W. Mc- , Elfresh. If his health improves Dr. | 1} Ogden will resume his practice later. | Yarn for Red Crosa ? Sixty-five | pounds of yarn to be knitted into | K: iweaters, scarfs and other comforts < for the army has been secured by the local chapter of the American National ( S Red Cross society. The yarn can be ( H' ' obtained for this purpose by calling at ( the headquarters. Through the cour- t tesy of the J. M. Hartley and Son Co. ? K, the wool was purchased at wholesale , R ?tes. 11 My. Caesarian Oeration?Mrs. Harmon c lei Lemley, of Morgantown avenue, sub- | mitted to a caesarian operation at | Cook hospital this morning. The | ft' child, which was a girl, lived but a ( Short time but the mother is doing very well. Dr. A. L. Peters was ?*: the operating surgeon. | Work on the New Telephone?Work is progressing rapidly on the new telephone system that Is being instal led by tbe uonsotuiauon i oai v-ompany. Workmen from the Bell Tele- ' phone company are now busily engag- j td at the mawin offce on the mazzaine floor of the Watson building connecting up the switch board. Nurse In Training?Miss Elizabeth! QiCfin, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Giffin who has been j};; a probationer for three months at the Jefferson Training School for Nurses, HS' Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, has passed her examination and has been ?? ; admitted to the full uniform of the hospital. Miss Giffin will have three years training. When she graduates Bhe expects to return home and take up her chosen work. I Murder Case Inquest?The cor ' oners' jury which investigated the . death by shooting of Melvln T. Daugherty, found that the dead man came to his death from a gunshot wound inflicted by Gioacchino Catalano. The jury consisted of W. L. 'Henderson, Arthur Hinkle, John Wiltons, R- Linn, Lester Hoover and R. P. Henderson. Returned From Trip?Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Taylor and family have returned from a motor trip to points in New York and Canada. They went to Elmyra, N. Y? and from there went Up the Hudson to Trey and Albany thence to points in Canada and back via Cleveland. TftHav'a Lena I Transfer?W. E. I Sharer and wife to Neal U. Kellar, lot No. 66, of East Worthington Addition, Worthington, W. Va? consideration, $40. O'Neal at Huntington?Manager R. L. O'Neal of The Fairmont has been In Huntington for the past severs days. He la expected to return this r" afternoon. Attending Funeral ? Miss Blanche Jones is attending the funeral of her grandmother which Is being held at Davis Ridge this afternoon. Was Struck By Slate Fall?Lewis JBandel, an employe of tbe Consolidation Coal company, is a patient at Fairmont Hospital No. 3 suffering with concussion of the brain. He was inJured on Monday by a tall of slate. While his condition is serious It is be" Jleved he will recover. ^ Miner Burned?Carl Brode, employlid in a coal mine near Morgantowu, Is h patient at Fairmont Hospital No. 8 i he the result of painful burns about the \ arms and hands which he received ?\ ' from a blown out Bhot. . y At Cook Hospital?E. L. Miller ot 'airmont avenue was admitted to look hospital this morning and under ^ - rant an operation. He U doing well. Ire. Theodore Workman 1> a patient t the hospital. Mrs. Jess B. Staggers if Beverly who had been a patient at look hospital has returned to her lome. , 100T UNO PARTY BAtKJJIIPITOl iVill be Received at the White House Late This Afternoon. (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Aug. 8.-The Amercan mission to Hussia headed by Elihu toot, returned to Washington today o report to President Wilson on the esult of its three months' trip to the rorld's newest democracy. A delegation of government officials net the party at tbe railroad station, tlajor General Scott, chief of staff of he army whp spent much time at tbe ront, will report to Secretary Baker. The General was with the Russian irmy part of the time it was in rereat before the Germans arid is ex-1 lected to bring much valuable military nformation. Arrangements were made at the iVhite House for President Wilson to eceive Mr. Root and all the members tccompanying him at 4 o'clock thiB ifternoon. Later Mr. Root will see secretary Lansing. It is expected that he will make a jarttal report at the conference today, rut will make a fuller one later. Much, f not all of it, necessarily will be conIdentlal. i Wmhi IT'S 6000 BEHAVIOR Hillside Was Blown Down But No Damage Was Done. i This morning at 7:30 o'clock there i was a terrible shock and the whole [ side of a bill at Bell's Siding on tlio Fairmont and Mannington traction lite was blasted away. So thorough were the preparations for the big blast :hat no damage whatever was done and :raffic on the Mannington line was inly delayed about ten minutes. Guards were stationed at the scene >f the blast with picks and shovels and is soon after the shot as possible, rushid to the scene and clared away the rack. While the men with picks and ihovels were doing theri part, electricians were busily engaged in connecting the transmission lines that had ieen disconnected and bent back to iscape any damage. The Interruption n the traction service lasted about ten ninutes. Much credit is due Contrac:or Andrew Nicholich who was in :harge of the Dig undertaking. Draft Appeal Board Lays Down Rules CLARKSBURG,, W. Va.. Aug. 8.The draft hoard of appeals for the j Northern district of West Virginia held j i meeting today in the Federal building lere where It had established perrna-! tent headquarters and adopted a set ot i ules and regulations governing the; ippcal in cases from local boards. The board will no permit applicants o appear by attorney nor will it hear iral arguments or receive written iriefs and the truth of all affidavits vill he investigated if necessary. Attending the opening meeting were ra Robinson, of Grafton, chairman; ,V. M. Rogers, of Fairmont; J. D. Huy^ itt. Dr. W. J. Davidson, of I'arkersburg K. W. Paull, of Wheeling, secretary >f the noard, is unable to be present iwing to illness. T] 1 ; WOWjDOBS T? I / vTUIMS FIT ? mm "1 v*'w-urf '*4r ' ^ ?^ v WaJ^^H&rg^Q/vi e X l] 1%^ n HERE'S THE FIRST MA Feot that will tramp the fields of FraB less start the flag on its long journey I SERUM IHtAIMtNl COMPEETESUCCESS No New Cases of Infantile; Paralysis Reported at Monongah. There are no new cases of poliomyelitis in Monongah today. Dr. Noe reported this afternoon that the two children who had been given the Beruni are still progressing nicely and there is every reason to believe now that they will be paralyzed. The two children who were given serum to save their lives are also doing nicely and each day there is a noticeable Improvement. There has been a remarkable improvement In lit tie Gypsy Iloggess, who was brought to the hospital from White Hock. Among the out of town visitors al the hospital yesterday was Dr. Collins, of Grant Town. Miss Jackson, one of the Welfare nurses at the hospital from Jenkilus, Ky., has been called home. Miss Dean, of Roberts, Ky? another Welfare nurse j in tbo employment of the Consolidation Coal company, is now at the hospital to take her place. ,? Traction Men Here To Discuss Wages At the invitation of the officials of tlie Monongahela Valley Traction Company, Superintendent F. E. Wilson, F. E. Rye, F. Waggoner, of ParUersburg; Superintendent George T. Mann, A. R. Davis, and F. A. Reeves of Marrieta, were in the city today to confer with the officials of that cemany concerning the manner In which tho local traction conditions are managed and also to discuss the matter of a increase in wages In Marrietta and l'arkersburg. The party arrived in the city last night and registered at The Fairmont. Early this morning tboy went out on an inspection trip with the officials of tho loenl company and this aternonn ilino tiroro in rrmfprpnrf* The Monongahela Valley Traction Company recently took over the street car system in Marietta and Parkersburg. Although! thero is no street car employees union in those cities it is understood that a demand for higher wages has been mado in those cities, it was for the purpose of discussing this situation as well as learning the local managemewnt of affairs that the arty was invited here. They will leave or their respective cities sometime tomornv. TOO EASY. Oh, music once made some demand On practice and on pow'r; But now they pull a lever, and They spiel it by the hour. ?Washington Star. HE GREAT AMERICAN H( - m. IT Looks 16*1"// ./ ' Although i believe vmodlo . LOOK bbttb -J HAD A GE086En <' Sv - tJ B - "B BB- B B I kj^BsjPv ^BS^^B?B^9EB -,i? Bfcr*1 w* '<MBut \ J K:-,- ^^VPAIILVi ^jjcJT^gf^ ijppB MmmtmKwd **wrxfv*vgtf& - lice tramped the city's streets yesterda e natioiial selective service army. Wlthi toward the Rhine. FRANCE SENDS M. D. ' tk r~n C ' V j V a I V,, |>" '.' | :lw ?$V" N; *? : ' fc. . ' %* W : nft> i :' K/ ! ;',# j?* / COL. Col. Dcrcle of the French medical -i.-jv u Kcnn onnf Imi-o wit la n f h P r ftllML Xiua UCCII ovut uviu U v.w. specialists to take part In the deliber-1 ations of the council of national defense and advise United States army ! men for organization of the army las-j etl on French and English experience, j A DIG AT CONGRESS. CONGRESS LAKE, 0. ? Residents at this place are going to petition .or a change In the name of their postoffice. "We find," said the chairman " r CJIs3ii5?5&-~T j?. WonwT ANY of the protest committee, "that congress is becoming synonomous with delay and shiftiness, and maybe event worse. We think some congressman should he thrown into the lake, but not our lake. It still has a good repu'a- j tion." )ME! ihkT k i I :^lf=C f . - k W NATIONAL ARMY! - * ^ ^^ y in the first of many marches?the ut uniforms as yet they neverthempiiT! ON AH1II Case of Infantile Paralysis Has Developed in That Town. Dr. Peter Noe, Jr., of the Children's hospital at Traction park, County Health Officer Dr. L. N. Yost, C. It. Weirich of the State Health Commission went to Fairview yesterday at the request of Dr. J. W. P. Jarvis, of Fairview to visit a suspected case of poliomyelitis in that town. The case was visited and found to be a pronounced case of the malady. At once County Health Officer Yost informed the Traction company ana the following quarantine was issued effective today: To all Motormen and Conductors on the Fairmont and Fairview Division: The county health officer has notified us that infantile paralysis exists in the town of Fairview and until further notice we are not to receive or transport any children under sixteen years of ape from Fairview or Basnettsvillo. Please be governed accordingly. E. B. MOORE, General Manager. The case at Fairview is little Lillian Rinehart, aged eleven months. The Fairview physician and the health officers are doing all in their power to check the further spread of the malady in that section. stir pro (Continued from Page One) ing seventeen of the claims were allowed and seven were not allowed. They are: Claims Not Allowed. Order Serial No. No. Name and Address. 6 1455 Homer C. Toothman, 1108 Alexander Place. (Wi-e teacher by profession; ' self sustaining). 52 1178 Harry Clemens, 50S Robinson St. (Mother not a widow and she is not Infirm. She has two other sons, one of them single; a glass worker with considerable earning power). 66 1236 Lonnie A. Grcathouse, 500 Penn Ave. (Enlisted pay will net mother all he is spaying her now). 105 379 John F. DeBolt, 600 East Park Ave. (Wife, marrind after war was declared. Wife has other possible means of support j: ?*'?!' rt?lictmon( nnvl ?UU VlltlOUU^UV JiUJ J 111 1300 Charles Lambiotte, 1306 Chamberlain St. (Parents. This mnn'B enlistment pay will support his motlitr. His lather is in condition to support himself). 117 343 Edgar Lee Moore, 304 Dla- i niond St. (Wife. Refused on account of marriage | after registration and im- j mediately preceding date of draft). 146 677 W. L. Gillette, 120 Cedar ; St. (Wife. Married after I date of registration and ! just preceding draft). Claims Allowed. 16 564 Antonio Ciotola, 105 Jef- i ferson St. (Alien Italian exempted), 30 1369 Louigi Rossi, 200 14tb St. (Wife and two children). 34 775 Harry H. Males, 312 Murray Ave. (Wife and child.) 51 1014 Clarence E. Burtoft, 707 Gaston Ave. (Wife and three children). 53 514 William A. Moore. 203 Hamilton St. (Wife). 99 972 Enoch B. Tucker, 604 Fairmont Ave. (Wife and present circumstances). 116 1354 Edgar Israel. R. F. D. N'o 1. (Wife and child). 119 982 Albert McL. Rowe, 626 Fairmont Ave. (Wife and: child). 120 726 Pete Trlantafilow. 101 Madison St. (Alien, Greek, exempted). 123 933 Grady V. Morgan. 909 Locust Ave. (Wife and child). 125 1 288 Jas. Delligattl. 206 Spence St. (Wife and three chll- ] dren). 129 809 Davis C. Barr, 318 Highland Ave. (Wife and two children). ! 881 Frank J. Bury. St. Louis, < Mo. (Wife and present j circumstances). , 141 157# Charles Guy Hood, 731 , Benont Ave. (Wile and two children). ' 148 1311 Aloyslus M. Staud. 308 t Anticipate Your Needs For ] Our Semi-Annual ( SALEGC Indications point to further a all staple merchandise for ne inclined people will find hundi sale at price reductions that u ly for present, but for future i ey for next year by attending Ladies' Kimona Aprons, 4Sc Ladies' Dresses up to $3.00 Boys' Union Suits, 39c values, Men's Work Shirts, 60c value! Men's Straw Hats, up to $2.50 IIMI ORIGINATORS AND LEADERS OF t FRIEND OR JFL BIB BY BIDDY BYE. till I Does baby want a "good" bottle V \ have Baby does, for out of his bottle, j seru come all the "good" things that he, bott: knows?milk, water, prune juice, or-j sido, ange juice, and sometimes soup. I eral Baby knows big bottle for his best l largi friend, but often he ought to regard! boili it with suspicion. It may prove his' XI worst enemy. From it he may get mcd summer complaint, colic, hiccough, j pie i dyscntorry or typhoid fever. : or w Biby should have as many nursing, a li bottles as feedings In one day, and a milk nipple for each bottle. and As soon as baby has finished nurs- jar Ing. the bottle should be rinsed sever-j the al times with cold water ,and left I closi standing filled with cold water until1 befo Penn Ave. (Wife and two pchildren). Da 151 1574 Arlington Fleming, 218 Fairmont Ave. (Exempt. Enlisted man). 152 760 Hugh W. Glasscock, 1324 Penn Ave. (Wife and ; PSt child). Unlt *-* com m I -r Trrr-1 nnrmn i /-in 5riHi I AJLK& &U* t Mlit?I- * UNDER THE BIG TOP uon w ! oM /rt&S JS i erj' w|p/y GREVE TE> -iSb EA.S "La-aa-dies a-a-nd gentle-e-men-n! "TH &ftah the main performance-" What? NTot a wild west show by the most fa- B; nous cowgirl In captivity?but a UNi speech on woman suffrage by Mrs. J. tit 3. Greve, votes-for-women orator. A. oircus manager tried it out in Mach- FA] as, Me., and it held the crowd so well St ie asked tbe woman orator to repeat CIA In Bangor. Suffragists now plan to lse the big circus tent at every oppor- j_ p tunlty. T' * ' 4AUGUST 8,19ft |j Vext Summer While $1 ^lean-Sweep )ESON dvances in the cost of xt year. Economically ' ?i _ t reds of articles in tms rge you to buy not onlse as well. Save mon- 11 this sale NOW! f 5 values. Sale Price 29c J values. Sale Price 98c , Sale Price 23c 3. Sale Price .... 39c values. Sale Price 87c IX OW PRICES IN FAIRMONT ... ??? i ? FOE? ? :he bottles for one day's feedlni i been used. TIicd they should be bbed with hot soapsuds, using a lo brush on every part of the in. After a thorough rinsing in eevwaters, they should be put Into a a dean kettle over the fire and ?d for 15 minutes, ipples require special care, to iately after using remove the niprom the bottle and rinse with cold arm water. Rub the outside with itle common salt to remove the , turn the nipple inside out, rinse rub with salt; rinse in a dry glass > which has been boiled and screw cover on tight. Set in a dark 2t and rinse in boiled water Just 3 re using. imer Corn Crop Is Now on Its Way ASIIINGTON, Aug. 8.?The largcrop of corn ever grown in the cd States is in prospect tor in* ing harvest. The Department of ^ culture August crop report issued y showed corn prospects improvn July indicating a total roducof 3,191,000,000 bushels. . heat however, shows a decrease 5 million bushels. Spring wheat a had month and prospects do* sed 40 million hushels, but winter >i at returns indicated 15 million tcls more than forecast in July :at production winter wheat and ng wheat combined now is for* at 653,200,000. , /yr Northern \ I /West Virginia's Grewtest\\ j! Newspaper ^ ^ J iOjelDestttirqtnian ] \\m1 \ \ B.? *l_* r. / / \ v 1 "K*1 41,01 vwco / yp \<X. Home st / lie West Virginian is on sate ? evening at the following places: ITH ST. PHARMACY, comer :nth and Virginia avenue. IT SIDF. NEWS CO.. Market St E FAIRMONT" HOTEL, Jeffern street. lALEY'S PLACE, Watson Hotel dg. uN NEWS CO., Street Car Stain and B. & O. Station. TSON BUILDING NEWS STAND, <fcj| sin entrance Watson Building. MM RMONT KEW8 CO., 124% Mala I :reet ' J 'DE S. HOLT, Main Street IAN & PRUNTY, cornier Bridge id Water streeti, I. M'CLOSKEY, corner SUft tad avenue, i . I ! - ' 'v.- tir&'jBBM I ^ > .: I