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| Town Talk ' ,/? MOVING PICTURE FUNNIES. ; pefj ooo? ft <i?\\ I? S*?N' / / /< f * Ii\ J i I I 'A StRM*N cut out tne picture oc <... .cu. ue?. Then carefully fold dotted line 1 lta entire length. Then dotted line 2, and bo on. Fold each section underneath B> - accurately. When completed turn over and you'll find a surprising Bar* the plctnrea. . THE WEATHER. " ' West Virginia? gSBPartly cloudy togS^ *..r - night; wanner In e a s t. Thursday Pv Local Readings. F. P. Hall, Ob. \5^ Temperature at s a. m. today, 47. \ f Yesterday's weaths5u f er, clear; temperaAttBfS lure, maximum, 72; 4j minimum, 35; precipuauuu, ... .. EVENT3 TONIGHT. a .. Prayer meeting night. Grand theatre?Grace Cole'e concert for benefit of Red Cross. M. P. Temple?Farewell sermon by Da Broom field. Odd Fellows hall?Palatine lodge. K. of P. hall?Royal Arcanum. Modern Woodmen hall ? Fairmont lodge. A. O. U. W. D. of H.; Modern Brotherhood of America. Presented With Sliver?As a fito-j ting testimonial before she goes to Hattlesburg, Miss., to join her husband, who is in the National Guards, the members of Mountain City Temple, No. 5. Pythian Sisters, presented Mrs. Elsie Hawkins llartman a set of silver spoons on Tuesday evening. The alfair took place at the home of , Mrs. Hartman's mother on Locust avenue. "Twenty-five members were in attendance. Will Be Entertained?Members of West Virginia Lodge, No. 64, Daugbtis? >* .. tera of Rebekab, will attend a corn roast at the home of Mrs. Sim Bright at Bell Run on Thursday evening. Charter Received Here?At the office of the county clerk on Tuesday J afternoon the charter of the Fairmont Gas Coal Company was received for record. This corporation Is chartered for the purpose of mining, manufacturing, buying and selling coal, coke and by-products and to buy and sell land. It is incorporated at fa,O'JO. Will Enjoy Corn Roast?Members of Canton Monongaheiia, Patriarchs Militant, on Thursday evening will enjoy e corn roast at the residence of Sim Bright at Bell Run, close to the city limits Mr. and Mrs. Bright will entertain their guests royally. Removing Place of Business?Today Knight & Haas, wall paper dealers are removing their goods to their new location, which will be in one of the ! stores in tne newiy erected vroiessional building on Cleveland avenue. They will be fitted up and ready to do business tomorrow. They removed Tom the Jacobs' building. Address is Posted?On the door of the county superintendent of schools 13 posted the address of Homer C. Toothman, former superintendent, who has been called to the colors. The address is as follows: Homer C. Toothman, headquarters detachment, 155th Field Artillery Brigade, Camp Lee, Va. Conferred Degrees?At a meeting of Crusade Commandery. Knights Templar, last evening in Masonic hall the Red Cross Degree was exemplified upon a class of candidates in a very creditable manner. The order of the Temple will be conferred on Monday evening, October 22, which will be the regular session of the commandery. In School Circles?Most of the districts in the county have secured their full teaching forces, but still there are some few vacancies. Among these are the graded school at Monongah, and Hammond school in 1'nion district. Conference Tonight?Various mat/ ters will be discussed this evening at the conference to be held 'at The Fairmont by Superintendent of Rural School Hanifan The meeting is scheduled to take place at 8 o'clock. Among those who will attend are: if> Joseph Rosier, president of the Fairjj \ mont Normal school; Otis Wilson, Iff\\ city superintendent of schools; W. A E \\ Hustead, superintendent of the East K- V QMa Kr.hnnln* P. M. Cnnlev. nf T.ln coin districts; A. L. Thomas, of ManI V nlngton; W. E. Tomblyn, of Paw Paw A district; Herschel Ice, Fairmont; W, \ E. Michaels and T. C. Moore, acting L.;*-!v, ^ county superintendents. Tenth Anniversary?Plans were made at a meeting of Seaton Camp, i Royal Neighbors, last night to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the oral ganlzation of the local camp on Tuesday evening, October 23. A program will be rendered at that time. The camp Is considering the advisability of holding a Hallowe'en pariy at Its rooms on Tuesday evening, October Changes at Y. M. C. A.?Much additional work was done at the Y. M. - * 0. A. yesterday and today toward separating the lobby Into the boys ind girls departments. Workmen finished putting on ths laths today I and to the near future wiM begin plas- t terlng. : t Writs About Officer Training? Frank R. Payne, a former student of the Fairmont Normal -who la now In l mlltary training at Fort Benjamin ( Harrison, has written to several V>- ( cal people telling about his wo*k.Tn i his letters Payne tells that he likes 1 the work and relates some interesting 1 experience about digging and sleeping 1 In trenches. Although a long distant I runner of some merit, haying been 1 captain of the Normal track team for : several years, he says that his hard- 1 est work Is long distance hikes. t I Painting Walle?Workmen are bnsy brightening up the walls on the fourth floor of the T. M. C. A. building with i a fresh coat of paint. i 1 Gets Jackson Agency?Boyd Ander- 1 son, the Main street restanrant man, ' left laet evening for Pittsburg on a ] business trip. Mr. Anderson was re- i cently given the agency for the Jack- i son iw m juarion county ana He DBS ( gone to Pittsburgh In regard to bos I lnes# Incident to this agency. He will i return by automobile. i Barraekvllle W. C. T. U.?Tomorrow beginning at 2:30 there will be a meet- 1 Jng of the Barraekvllle W. C. T. U. at 1 Rhe home of Mrs. Charles Ice. The 1 matter of doing some work for the Red < Cross will come up and all the women in the town are invited to be present. . i Street Torn Up?Sam Pollno and his ' crew of workmen are now busy on Merchant tearing up the street for I the construction of the East Side I Loop. They are beginning at the < north end of Merchant street in the t Morgantown avenue section and work- h ing south. 1 Fire Engine Shipped?The ohemical tiro engine that the Monongahela Val- 1 ley Traction Company recently pur- f chased for use at their Stafford Mine 1 has been shipped and is expected to s arrive at the mine- within the next I few days. Word was received today t from Elmira, N. Y., where the ma I chine was made, that it had been ship- v ped on September 22. The machine i has a. capacity of forty-five gallons of Are extinguishing liquid. Hcod in Ohio?Smith Hood, vice president of the Monongahela Valley Traction Company is in Marietta. O.. whore he will remain this week in confernce with Manager Miller Galligher with reference to improvements in future street car improvements in that section. Straightening Curve?The big curve i at Prlchard's Mills on the Manning- ^ ton line of the Monongahela Valley Traction Company has be;n considerably lengthened, and thus lowering the curve. Quick Phone Repairs?Prom 4:30 o'clock yesterday until noon today ap- 5 proximately 500 telephones on the c South Side were out of commission. a The entire South Side was discon- t nected with the world as far as tele- j mo tuucenieu wnen yesternaV afternoon workmen on the South Side f bridge drova a steel spifcj through a . 400 pair cable of the C. & P. Tele- i phone company * Were in C'.vksburg?Attorneys! P" ? C. Haymond. i'mmett Sbowa'.t.et an! ? R J. Abbatiicho were in Clarksburg on Tuesday in ihe interest of cases , which they have In Federal court. I Minister'# Daughter In Limbo? ' Special officer Bolyard of Carolina Mines, arrested a woman on Tuesday y night who gave her name as Anna j. Payne, the daughter of a colored mlnIster at TJnlontown, Pa. The woman j said she was paid $20 to take the suitcase of "bootjack" whiskey there. Twelve pints wore in the haul made. Deputy Sheriff Hood brought the woman to the Fairmont Jail later In the , evening. ^ New R. R. In Use?The first material 5 for the new South Side bridge over e the Fleming Siding up Coal- Run arrived here this afternoon. The new B material consisted of two carloads of , lumber and one carload of steel. The y extension of ihe railroad now ieaches g to the cement shed just below the y bridge. Tile additional iitmbnr which y has been delayed will be a big factor y in hastening the work. ^ Warrant Issued?Justice Conaway y on Tuesday afternoon issued a warrant y fcr the arrest of Meigs McCray, of Wes iuu, wno is cnargen wuu oringing p liquor into the slat" last Sunday. He g baa been In jail since the time he was arrested. r Kight Out of Town?J. W. Kight who has been out of town for the past several days, is expected back some time this evening. If plans work out as expected, Mr. Kight with his staff of assistants will leave the city tomorrow evening for Montgomery, Ala. j t Picture of Moore Class?E. B. a Moore, sponsor for the 1918 class of c the Fairmont High school is present- c in geach member of the class with a a group pictux 'of the E. R. Moore r class taken at Country club last r spring. ^ Will Build Next Spring?The High school building that Lincoln district is to build at Monongah on the grounds donated for this purpose by < the Consolidation Coal Company will j not be started until next spring. It . is the plan to have the building ready ^ for use for the opening of school , next year. * Ordered Into Service?Harold Hut- , chinson, aon of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Jj Hutchinson ha9 received orders from the navy department to report to the 5 Brooklyn navy yards for duty at " once. Hutchinson had recently enlisted In the navy and the orders to c report were received here yesterday 1 and forwarded to him at Harrlchurc, J Pa, where he had gone as coach for ' an academy football team. 1 Rev. S. C. Jones Transferred?Rev. S. C. Jones for the past several years pastor of the Chspllne street M. E. < church at Wheeling was transferred * to the New Martinsville church by the t Methodist conference held last week t at Clarksburg. Rev. Jones wag for- t merly a resident of this city. l I Home from Mountelno-rMrs ,C. A. 1 Slpe and daughters, Mrs. Braet Est on and Miss Lucy Slpe, arrived botni reeterday from Terra Alta, when bey had apent the summer months Marriage Announced?Annnonnce nent baa bean made of the marrlagi if Miss Elizabeth Davit, younges langbter of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Da rls, of this city, to Robert William: Lambden, of Boston, Mass. Mr. am drs. Lambden arrived here yesterday 'rom an antomoblle trip through th( south. Mrs. Lambden is a wel mown young woman and for severe, rears has taught school at Thobum Mr. Lambden bolds a position wit) be Jos. M. Herman Shoe company o aofwn. Deeds Reoorded?These deeds wen recorded u pto 2 o'clock this after loon: George Zerman et ux., to Wil Ham J. Hines and wife, two lots It Reed Addition In the town of G*m rown. Paw Paw district, $5; Beat; Development Co.. to Maude Wolf, lo an Maple avenue. $305; Mona Shu nan and husband, of Kins county Dal., to William E. Shackelford, on* 'ourth Interest in tract of twenty-flv( teres along Pyles Fork Creek, Man ilngton district, $1.00 To Confer Degree?At a meeting o Mountain City Encampment, 1. 0. O f., on Friday evening the Patrlarcha [Degree will* be conferred upon twe :andldates. Pleasant Valley In Spring?Nothlni will be done on the construction o he new Pleasant Valley line by th< Monongahela Valley Traction Com jany until next spring, according t< nformatlon gven out at the office o Dhlef Engineer D. H. Blanks. The at entlon of the engineering compan; s now centered upon the new East sldi oop. Lumbar for Church?A carload o umber arrived in the city yesterda; or use In Interior work at the nev Presbyterian church. An adidtlona ropply of glass has arrived and Is nov >elng put Into place. Workmen an iusy at the church today oilinloors for the Sunday School room vhlch wll be used for the first tim< Sunday. [Hi QUOTA TO LEAVEJiRIOI VIen Will Report for Duty ai Nine in the Morning j? Everything Is ready for the granc endoft that will be given the thirc luota of Fairmont draftees tomorrow fternoon. The Fairmont Chapter ol he Red Cross, ever ready to honoi he drafted men, have willingly work d during the week planning the afair and are prepared to give th< hird quota of fifteen men a repetlion of the grand farewell given lr 'airmont on September 20. The local board has instructed th< tteen that are scheduled to leave ant he five alternates to report at tht ftice of the local draft board on th< ourh floor of the Watson building al tine o'clock tomorrow morning. A his time the captain and assistant: rill be appointed to be in charge ol he quota until they arrive at Camj ,ee. At the meeting tomorrow morn tig the time of assembly for service rhich will be before the one o'cloci inner, will be decided upon. Th< ame rules and regulations as govern, d the second quota will be maintaind for the men leaving tomorow. As the men will not leave unti 1:50 o'clock In the afternoon, then rill be an abundance of time to earn mt the excellent program of after inner speeches that has been arrang d. The men that will leave the city to lorrow and the five alternates tha rill march to the train to see tha here are no vacancies are: How: tidger, Kenneth Woods Schwann larry Wilbur Shinn, Eugene Edwarr -ayman, James Edward Matthew 'rank Heymann. Adam Criss Peters I'esley Atwood Hoffman, Rober ames Ritter, Santo Fransco, Waltei .averne Gillette, John Backo, Floyc .edsome, Achilli Moccio. Alternates?Harry McClaln Henry talph Adams Barnes, Carl Ear mouse, Marlon Saltz, Pete Semos. rhird Quota Starts For Training Camj fBy Associate;! Press) WASHINGTON, D. C? Oct. 3.tbout 200,000 men representing the hird increment to the National arm: re today on their way to 16 canton Dents where already half the 687,001 ailed to the colors by the Presiden .re mobilized. Although today's quott hould be 40 per cent under regulatioi .romulgated by Provost Marshal Crow ler, local conditions in various statei lave reduced the general average o: be Increment to 20 or 25 per cent. PARKERSBURG, W. Va? Oct. 3.! special train with 47 men from Roane ackson, Pleasants and Wirt counties eft Parkersburg today for Camp Lee ?hey were joined by Increments fron 7arriavilie. West Union, Richwood Vebster SpringB, Sutton. Gilmer lerkeley Springs, Charles Town llarksburg and Grafton. The tota lumber of troops composing the thin [uota from the counties included wa! RR The men from adjoining countlei ame to this city this morning to boarc be special. All quotas were givei ousing Bendoffs by home folks as the; eft to join the other West Virgin!: toys at Camp Lee. WONT REOPEN CASES. CLARKSBURG, W. Vs., Oct. 8?ases of appeals for military exemp Ion denied by the appelate draft boarc rill not be reopened unless requestec >y the local board from which the] cere appealed, according to ruling an lounced here today by the appelate oard for the northern district of Wes r'uginla. fii Dim Ai BUILDING DE1TBY NHB Teams Were Organized at Meeting Held Last Evf cning. ' BEGINS if SUNDAY ! ' Hoped That Thirty Thousand Dollars Will be Raised. i j | Sunday at noon the second canvass to raise the additional $30,000 for the I building of the new Presbyterian . church will begin. The canvass will _ be different from the $50,000 campaign ' seme months ago, In that it will be . confined to the members of the church, with a few exceptions where citizens ' have voluntarily agreed to further aid j In raising the required amount. The canvass will close Friday night, October 12. I A meeting was held in the Y. M. C. T A. yesterday evening fur the purpose t of organizing the various teams. Just ] as In the previous campaign, the mem, bers were divided into two sections: , the Gov. A. B. Fleming section and the J. M. Hartley section . The two sec! tions as well as the individual teams will compete for honors. In tbe last campaign the J. M. Hartley sectibn won by a big margin with team Xo. 1. under the leadership of J. Walter Barnes, capturing the Individual team honors. An advisory committee has been appointed Just as In the previous campaign for the purpose of stipends. ing the work. At present W. Kenneth Barr^s genI eral secretary of the fund raising board, is busy at his office in ihe Trust building getting the teams organized and completing other plans for a pros, parous opening of the canvass on Sunt day. Later in the week a meeting or ihe captains of the various teams will be held and plans further t tken up. The cost of the church is approxt-1 rnately $110,000. Of this amount ISO.-1 000 has been raised, leaving ?30,o00 for I the next canvass. j The various teams and their leaders i r are: [ Advisory committee: Dr. H. O. I . Stoetzer, chairman G. M. Alexander, J. \ . M. Black, S. D. Brady, Mayor Aulhony i . Bowen, B. L. Butcher, Gov. A. B. Flem-1 , tag, J. M. Hartley, Paul W. Lauge. Dr. I . J. W. McDonald, M. M. Nsely. Edwin' , Robinson, J. H. Rownd. M. Showalter, Duncan Sinclair, W. J. Wiegel. > Gov. A. B. Fleming Assistant General [ Chairm'.i. > Team No. A?J. Walter Barnes, capi tain; F. C. Evans, assistant captain, t M A. Fletcher. O. G. Wilson, M. S. t Kelley, Harry C-. I'itzcr. C. M. Ritchie, i O. F. Jenkins, f. Walter Corbin, W. f Nelson Beale. i Team No. Ft- H. G. llungerford, cap tain; W. T. Black, assistant captain; , W. J. Stee p. T. A. Uunsaker, C. C. : I Denham. Frank A. Lloyd. Albert J. > | Kern. George A. Whipple. Otto B. | Reich. L. G. Bogcs. -j Tet.m No. r? I. ! '. Smith, captain; III. C. Miller, assistant captain; Ira A. I ] Aklns, Dr. J. \y. McDonald, Paul Lange. Dr. O. W. V.iddell. J. Frank Ritchie, r: 11. L. Smith, Anthony Bowen, C. H. -1 Higgle -| J. M. Hartley, Assistant General Chairman. 1 Team No. 1?M. B. t'obuu, captain; I Dr. 11. W. Burnett, assistant captain; 1 Jos. C. Anderson, D. A. Ritchie, Cecil 1 C McDonald. John M. Kisner. Ilobt. J. Topping. Marlin Wagner, W. H. ScbimI mell, A. E. Lctvis. Team No. -?J. C. Welton, captain; H. E. Eugle. assistant captain; W. S. I Fltzer, Patterson Hayes, E. T. Kelley, i" Chas. M. Shinn, Ira L. Smith, M. L. I Sturm, Ira L. Laughiin, J. B. Canning. Team No. 3?S. M. Eckles. captain; I.amar Satterfield, assistant captain; ' H. A. Williamson, J. H. Rownd, Homer S. Bell, L. H. Randall. A. D. Gilbert, R'chard Gilkeson, C. F. Rollins, G. H. Jackson. ) U. S. Destroyer In Sea Collision S (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON. D. C? Oct. 3?An - American destroyer in European wa) ters recently was in collision with a t British naval vessel which after takt ing ot the Aemrlcan crew towed the 1 disabled destroyer safely to port. In announcing the collision today, ? the Navy department said no one was C Injured aboard the American destroyer and the vessel had since been repaired and restored to duty. An official inquiry developed the collioinn tt'OB nnavniHuhla fho vocoolo ing come together during a heavy rain. -N'o blame was placed on either the t American or the British vessel. : Dr, McDonald to ! Be Toastmaster 9 It is expected that 150 covers will be , laid at the annual dinner of the Weat ! \irginia State Medical Society, which will be held this evening at S o'clock at The Fairmont. Dr. J. W. McDonald, superintendent of the Fairmont Hospital, will be the oastmaster. Major Jump, of the United States Medical Reserve Corps, Dr. " J. H. Brownficld, of Fairmont, and oth. ers, will deliver addrcsr.es. 1 ** - B:oat fa c.cjrcphy. The inventor of n r.ew rapid prlnts ing mncidne fcr photographers says t 10,000 prints can he made with it from Bonn fives in a daj. TUMORS (Continued from page 1.) nephritis under glomerular and tube cular. After the physicians returned fro: the Traction Park hosplta' at Monoi gah on Tuesday the afternoon sessio waa called to order. Dr. Arthur Le< erer. of Morgantown. read a paper o "The Common Carrier." At son length he described bow the germs < various diseases were carried abou "Medical Economics" was the subjei discussed by Dr. Ira J. Hayes, of Kiel mond, Va. This paper was dlscusse very freely. CONVENTION NOTES. Dp to noon today the following at ditional physicians were registere with the local committee: Itoy Kci sel, Ripley; E. T. Luke, Nusc; S. : noineiu, rager; j. e. Wilson. Clark: burg; H. E. Seaman, Clarksburg; , Ross Hunter, Huntington; John V, Moore, Charleston; L. V. Guthrii Huntington; J. M. Teter, Kingston L. H. Foreman, Buckhannon; Mr Anna M. Stump, D. C. Loucher Clarksburg; Genevieve South, Pai kersburg; C. H. Clovts, J. M. Simpson Morgantown; A. E, Shryock. Heri don, Va.; H. C. Llttlejohn, Leesbur; Va.; T. Henry Becker, Bluefleld; Le B. Boyers, Fairmont; F. S. Suddart! Grafton; C. F. Shafer, F. A. Potte Pittsburgh; G. L. Howell, Worthinj ton; R. E. Venning. Charlestin; I W. Fisher, Morgantown; B. B. Co; Morgantown; J. A. Jamison, Fail mnot; E. W. Howard, Fairmont; J A. Dowler, Glendale; James A. Reid: Monongah; M. F. Hamilton, Manning ton; J. M. Trach, Fairmont; F. W Hill, Montana; Carter S. Flemln; Fairmont; J. E. Offner, Fairmont; I P. Smith. Fairmont; H. R. Sfeeli Charleston; J. M. Burress. Pitts burgh; W. P. Poole, Philadelphia; I E. Bryan, Moatsville; C. H. Ice, Mar nington; F. M. Hood, Clarksburg; \\ H. Young, Slstersville; George F. ( Yost, Rivesvllle; A. B. Rinehart. M( Mechen: R. A. Oshworth. Mounds ville;; Henry D. Causey, Fairmont A. V. Butt, Davis; W. C. Keller. Moi gantown; James A. Bloss, Hunting ton; H. L. Goodman. McKendree; Ai nolil A. Scherr, Eglon: C. R. Peel Clarksburg; C. L. Kinney, Glove Gap: H. A. Inman, Richmond, Va.; I E. Clovis, Terra Alta: A. P. Jonei Jonesboro; W. E. Whetsell, Harris ville; J. R. Tuckwiller, Baxter; S. A Slater. Oil City, Pa.; Roy Ben Mullei Parkersburg; Eli MacQueen, Charles ton; C. F. Boyers. Fairmont; H. A Ros nthal, Gypsy; J. F. McDonalr Logan; C. F. Boyers, Jr., Little Falls E. M. Cox, Fairmont; \V. G. Drlnl water, Gormania; E. T. W. Hal Freemansburg; G. F. Posten, Morgar town; Aaron Aiken. Morgantown; \\ C. Slusher, Bluefleld; R. H. Boici Slstersville; C. J. Aruett, Clarksburg A. B. Collins, Weston: W. T. Her sliaw, Alartinsburg; H. L. Castrt Spencer; D. R. Ealy, Moundsville: r R. Cooper. Troy; Frank LeMoyn Hupp. Wheling. Among th'e notables who arrive this morning at the convention wer Dr. H. Augustus Wilson, the famou orthopedic physician of Jefferso Medical College, Philadelphia, am Dr. Martin Rehfus. of Philadelphia, celebrated specialist on diseases n the stomach. By far the best exhibit of physl clans' equipment is displayed on th mezzanine floor of The Fairmonl Fully $10,000 worth of surgics equipment Is displayed there and i has excelled any that have ever bee shown at any previous meeting of th Stat Medical society. The exhibit are twelve in number. T,he most mod era X-rays aparatus manufactured i also exhibited. The physicians are highly please with Fairmont and also have a goo word for the town's new hotel?Th Fairmont. Up to noon more than 100 physl cians had registered for the banquc this evening. It is expected that 15 covers will be laid. The most unpopular man in Fail mont among the physicians is the co ored man who pages in the main at dltorinm while eminent physician are reading papers. He has been cusi ed quite a lot, but he goes right o with his duty. While removing the badges from box which was received from th Whitehead & Hoag Company, butto manufacturers. Newark. N. J., Mri Ira L. Smith came across the name < Miss Augusta Lyon, of No. 35 Oat land avenue, Bloomfleld, N. ,T. In at dition to her name she had written 1 lead pencil the word "lonesome, which was underscored. Single doi tors take notice of this invitation t Btart correspondence. Physical Education For the Grade School Under the direction of H. E. Moorinstructor of athletics and coach < the Fairmont High school, classes ai being organized in the 6th, 7th and St grades of the ward schools, in physic! education. The children are taugl games, athletics of various kinds an the season will culminate in a chi dren's meeting In which those wh have become proficient in certain wor will be awarded badges. Mr. Moore will be assisted In th vork by L. V. Carpenter, teacher i mechanical drawing and mathematk in the high school. B. & 0, People Strike at Connellsvill (By Associated Press) rnW'RI.l QVTI.1.F. Pa Cirt ?. - Between 75 and 100 men and wonie employed by the B. & O. went o strike at 10 o'clock this morning I enforce the demands for the reinstat ment of a discharged member of the union and payment of his back wage The company agreed to reinstai the man over which the troub arose, but declined to pay him f( time. Call boys, checkers and switc tenders, ticket agents and baggai men are Included in the walkout. T1 B. & O. company have brought othi 'men to fill the Tacanctea, WEDNESDAY E\ SPECIAL Blankets ai r-1 It's time to prepare for colder i opportunity that v. ill 'receive a tvi i pcrs. We ail vise early buying a-, i n-! chases that tit e low prices are p n 49c 1.69 t or blue. 60c val blankets white ,! u., aray ?r J "-* $2.25 values. 5 2.98 3.98 5- ' 1 5. For genuine For handsome a- 'Woolnap' btan > S-teen covered j. kels in plaid's i comfortables, or plain. 55 values. 'lyUn [ ' I Uriginaiars ana L ....,is < j RETAIL COAL PRICES \ CAUSE BIG ROAR i _______ i- Middle West Consumers Con Z tend That They Are Too :l High. t, r (By Associated Pressf i j, WASHINGTON, Oct. 3?Representa-| i- tlve of public utilities companies in L- Iowa and Illinois, headed by Clifford Thorne. appeared today before the Fuel administrator to protest against l_ the coay prices fixed by the govern; ment. The fixed prices, they contend, while lowering the market prices oh|, talnlng at the time, in almost every Ini stance are higher than the average \ prices for the last year. Affidavits and receipts of the Iowa ; Railway and Light Company were proi scntcd to show that the Company I, bought v,iihin the last six months ap1, proximately lOfi.OfiO tons of coal at price es ranging from 45 cents to $1.45 less than the price fixed for coal produced in Iowa. It Is contended that prices d prevailing throughout the state before e|the President's order went into effect s | were cxhorbitant and that tne action n ] ot the government did not relieve the d situation but rather made it -worse, a S-vorn Matement* made by Chas. f Webster. iiwa state fuel administrator, Kd Sweeney, state mine inspector and C. O. Ingersoil purchasing I- agent ot the Iowa railway and Light e company v.ere presented to support t. that contention. ,1 -? J | Considering Charges Against Senators (By Associated i'ress) WASHINGTON. D. C.. Oct. 3.?Pre d 1 miliary consideration of numerous ped titions seeking expulsion from the Senc ate of Senator La Follette and several other senators for their attitude toward the war was begun today by the I- Senate Privileges and Flections com't rr ittee but no action was taken and an0 ether meeting will he held tomorrow. Senator La Follette it said to be considering an address to '? made before Congress adjourns in answer to his critics. is i- _ n a STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSH ;ej ETC.. REQUIRED BY THE ACT n j Of The West Virginian, publishe s- ; West Virginia, for October 1st. 1917, >r j State of West Virginia, County of Ms Before me, a Notary Public, in a i personally appeared W. J. Wiegcl, w JJ to law, deposes and says that he is and that the following is to the bes statement of the ownership, mans n ... ... circulation), etc.. ot tne aroresald |i above caption, required by the Act o 443. Postal Laws and P.cgulations, to wit: 1. That the names and addresn o editor, and business managers arc: " Publisher. Fairmont Printing & Pu Editor. James C. Herbert e. Managing Editor. James C. Herb >f Business Manager. W. J. Wiegel . e 2. That the owners are: (Give n: h ers, or, if a corporation, give its nt ll stockholders owning or holding 1 pe it stock.) d W. J. Wiegel. M. L. Hutchinson. 1- T. Cunningham, J. M. Hartley, o. I o Heintzelman, J. M. Brownfield. G. V k Rownd, Estate of L. L. Malnno, dect listed above.) e 3. That the known bondholders, if i ers owning or holding 1 per cent or :s gages or other securities are: flf Corporation. 4. That the two paragraphs nex ers, stockholders, and security holdt stockholders and security holders a company, but also, in cases where t 6 pears upon the books of the compan relation, the name of the person or acting, is given; also that the said _ embracing affiant's full knowledge a ,n conditions under which stockholder! in pear upon the book^ of the company 0 In a capacity other than that of a t e_ no reason to believe that any other ] ir any interest direct or indirect in the s than as so stated by him. te o. mat me average numuer or < le Fold or distributed, through the ras ,r during the six months preceding the formation is required from daily ) :h ;e Sworn to and subscribed before 10 Er My commission expires Septem ? i - -1 ' 11 ! - : . ' < : >" . - , . >..,w I ' V rENING, OCTOBER 3, 1MV ! -J VALUES IN -.?*"> |?id Comforts 8 weather and here's & preparedness R i urn welcome from economical shop- N't it Is only through our own early par- I osslble. 2.75 I 4.98 j For large sire For extra haswarm plaid vy wool blaitblankets, all kets, plaid or colors, (3.75 plain, ((.50 val values. ues. Si 1.98 98c For full double For good alts bed siie com- com fortablss fortables. hca- both aides colvy weight (2.50 ored, (1.35 val- H values. ues. i Low * m lanmoiu. | Officer Training I For Enlisted Men W ASHINGTON'. D. C- Oct. t.?A. third series of officers' training camps I to be opened January 6 will run until | April 6 the War department announced today primarily for the education of 1 rullsted men of the Regular army, N'ttlonal Guard And National army for commissions. 1 In addition however 1.190 gradnatea or undergraduates from 93 specified schools and colleges will be admitted* FAIR VIEW, rresiding Elder and Mrs. 7. S. Pol* lock, of Fairmont, were the guest* of Rev and Mrs. C. N. Coffman. John H. Burns was a bustneaa vis* tior at Fairmont Monday, i Miss Mary Iavelle was at Fairmont [shopping Monday. Mra. Brooks Fordyce, who has been 1 visiting relatives at Cambridge, Ohlfc i has returned home. w Dr. J. W. P. Jarvls attended the sessions of the West Virginia Medical association at Fairmont Tuesday. Mrs. John Williams waa visiting her brother, Fred Toothman, at Bal? lch Springs Tuesday. Mrs. J. D. Wilson, of Fairmont, wg( visiting her mother, Mrs. Josephine Yost, Tuesday. Mrs. L. D. Lavelle was visiting at Mannlngton Monday and Tuesday. i Mrs. Elisabeth Waters and daughter. Miss Jessie, were at Fairmont shopping Tuesday afternoon. J HAMMOND Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Rudy war* ! visiting Elmer Brown at Grafton om Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Fetty were vlsitlnK relatives here Saturday night and Sunday. hen-la Reese, who Is working at GraTton, was visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Gibson Reese, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neel and fanw ily spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Ellen Rudy. Walter Reese received very palnftl burns at the glass plant at Grafton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ayes Henderson were Sunday vislotrs at the home of G. W? Henderson at Sprolndale. Mrs. Jerome Summers, of Bunner*s Kldgc, was visiting her daughter, . Mrs. Brooks Fetty, one day last week. Mr. George Neel and daughter r.cna were shopping at Fairmont one day last week. IP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24,1912 d dally except Sunday, at Fairmont, irlon. ss. 'jV'W nd for the State and county aforesaid, ho, having been duly sworn according the Treasurer of The West Virginian 1 of his knowledge and belief, a true :gcmcnt fund if a dally paper, the nihili st ion for the date shown in the f .August 24. 1912. embodied in section printed on the reverse ot this form, M ol the publisher, editor, oaagllLg Wishing Company, Fairmont, W. Va. Fairmont, W. Va. ert Fairmont, W. Va. Fairmont, W. Va. iimes and addresses of lndlvidnal ownimc and (he names and addresses ot r cent or more of the total amount of C. J. Senkier. Poughkeepsie, N. V., R. . Woodley, Huntington, W. Va., H. L. V. Bowers. Mannington, W. Va, J. H. I., (all of Fairmont, W. Va, except as mortgagees and other security holdmore of total amount of bonds, morttbere are none, so state.) Intertype t above, giving the names of the owners. it any, contain not only the list of s they appear upon the books ot the he stockholder or security holder ap- , y as trustee or In any other fiduciary corporation, for whom such trustee is I iwu purHgrapiis coul&ui statements nd belief as to the circumstance* and < and security holders who do not spas trustees, hold stock and securities innaflde owner; and this affiant hast person, association, or corporation ha* : said stock, bonds, or other securities -opies of each Issue of this publication tils o.' otherwise, to paid subscribers i date shown above is 4,888. (This Inpublications only.) W. J. WIEGEL, Treasurer, me this first day of October, 1917, H. E. ENGLE. her 24, 1925.