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ml Warm, Sens If til ire was erer a time In the | ; Watery of thll country that ire pfe Q AtMrisani should realize that RMf ; '* *" "?nr brother's keeper" m~i. H ?that time is right now. II C<m't wait for one of the Red K^%t'H Cross campaigners to come'to *F'" It TOO?hot go to them?the spirit H Of 'uivar is in the air. I There Cer f g | " Preferanc l i these Coa $12.50, $15, J Coma early (or your co&t! Here >' beautiful coati in the season's succ( In model material and tailoring as without weight affairs In. which o ' 'lines" and "swing'* that character! ours, uffy Iambs wool, slllry plush, titf mixtures. Luxurious coats, pic f. ' 1 Belts Stay an Important part and th * lines,are normal or high; pleats, bu *ayd than one could imagine. ' I 8 MANN1NGTON | Visit from 8tork. P',' Tk? fffnrlr vIiUaiI Ihn linmn r?f Tnlm I Suit of Burt HU1 Sunday, leaving a little ion there. I. Syrian* In Battle. Three 8yrians. living along the Main t' btreet extension engaged In a triangular fight Igonda; evening. Although they showed numerous scars of battle Ojgif were ill able to attend police emu I hurt evening, each being given a fine of fifteen dollars. ' 'v f: * gjr . ftoclalltU Summoned. United States Marshal John D. Moore was here Monday and summonad eight witnesses to appear before the federal grand Jury at Phllippl yesterday. It 1s reported that an indeity Will be made into the activities of a group of Mannington district Soelaltsts who are reported to be actively engaged In the circulation of unapproved doctrine. WIU Remove Old Track. .The F. and M. Traction company will boon commence work on the removal imaBfffl'Pgfij ?a -? ? - V- ?.OIU O.UU uiuer equipment on I Bast Main street up to the B. and 0. crossing- The line which was the 1 tint to he put down in Mannington, Attended to the Bowers Pottery, but following the extension ot the F. ana o * - M one along the opposite side ot the creek, was abandoned, and will now be tfoNB up. - Reception for Rev. Clarke. A reception and social in honor ot thejreturn of Pastor H. D. Clarke and fen#? will he held at the M. E. church JHday even log, November 16th. A Short interesting program will be given, after which the remainder ot the evening win be devoted to a social good ttme. The Ladles' Aid Society will eerte refreshments. All members jftSg and friends are urged to be present. ChUd Slightly Improved. k:'?, " Lell* Grace, daughter of Mr. and * CoBaWay, who baa been - nsiMBly U, U slightly improved as !'/,* thw was writtsn. 5 , j_ ; wwmwwa operation. IK r*fe'vefl trom Claris!jctj lm? tort Mrs. C. C. Cottman who uoWw?t.? operation to tba city yai:V torday far Hit ramoval of the tonsil!, ' ' mirtoot to* operation, and It getting I' along nicely. Tomorrow"* Game. , Vht local line-up for tomorrow"! foot/ : > . fcrtf gam* agatait RlvesvMe high li sMIowi: Shod grass, R. E.; Bentley, & *- T.J tyall, R. O.; Haas, C.; Debenfcr;7~ Mm U O.; Helmlck, L. T.: Haugh, Zk JE-; Lowther, Q.; Hnoy, R. H.; Modi, p.: t H.; Monroe, P. B. Hotel Arrivals, ft*':- Welle: Elmer Price, Fairmont; Q H Mason, Monndarllle; Archer SoloEg moct, Pittsburgh; J. B. Hutchinson, ?* Cameron; 3. P. Coffm&n, Ed. Bell, (SarkabafK; Wta. Haught, Cameron; Mort Smith, fiarvaye, Pa.; Virgil Bwogrtngen, Clarksburg; A. Bnrdick, Salem; J. D. Jarrett, Clarksburg; W. S. ible Faddish r?f it anouiaer Shawls 2.50 to 3.50 Shawls are fast getting faddish again as they were in dear old mother's and grandmotner's day. Wc have lust received an express shipment of all wool shawls constructed' from- oxford gray and brownish gray worsted fabrics, fringed ends and fringed all around; smaller sizes measuring 47x47 Inches In slid, fancy stripe borders. , For anto, home and going to'the little corner store wear.?Main Floor. > tainly e Among ts, Priced >17.50, $25.00 i Is what you will And. Scores ot ;ssful styles. They're as attractive they are in price. Great warmth ne can snuggle so smartly?with se the new coats. Soft, fleecy velnew sllvertones. crystal cloth, novturesque In line and rich in finish. iere are many, many kinds. Waist lions and buckles are used In more l'.ose, Wheeling; E. C. Ebsworth. Zeislug. Bartlett; W. E. Caldwell. Wheeling; G. T. McPhercon, Pittsburgh; L. G. Gould, Wheeling; W. J. B. Devor, Clarksburg; D. M. Polsley, New York; 0 B. Patterson, Columbus, 0.; J. H. Wood, Boston, Mass.; J. B. Hodges, W. S. Rose, Wheeling; H ,H. Hull, Washington, D. C.; D. S. Stowe, Ma rletta, O. Personal*. Mrs. Bridget Mulholland left for Richmond, Ohio, yesterday for a visit with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Joseph Mulholland. Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Miller attended the funeral of the letter's brother, Felix Martin, at Enterprise yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Scott left for Wheeling yesterday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Qebhard. Mrs. Evan W. Marr is the guest of relatives in Fairmont. Miss Rose Wrght has returned to Pittbburgh, Pa., after a visit with relatives here. W. E. Straight, of Fairmont, adjuster of weights and measures for this district, was in the city on business. Mrs. Alonzo L. Price and daughter, Miss Leila, were guests ot friends in Fairmont yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bellew, ot Fairmont, are guests of friends here. Dr. W. R. Andrews has gone to Washington, D. C., to attend a meeting ot the Southern Homeopathic Association. The MlsBes Beryl and Margaret Mockler have returned from a visit with relatives in Falrview. Albert Burdick, of Salem, was the guest of friends here the first of the week. A, W. Prichard has returned home after a visit In Wheeling. Samuel B. Addison returned last evening from a visit with relatives in Steubenville, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Blaker have re lurnea to tneir home at Core, Monongalia county, after a -visit with the forme'rs Bister, Mrs. C. C. Wells. Mrs. Edward Moore, who has been a patient in Cook hospital in Fairmont has sufficiently recovered to returned to here home near here. Harry J. Haugbt and GeorgesR. Thomas are in Fairmont, having been drawn as members ol the grand Jury. Postlethwait Talks at the High School F. L. Postlethwait campaign organiser tor the Red Cross spake this morning at 10:45 o'clock to the High school students on the organization ot a Junior Red Cross auzillajy in that school. Already the school is at work on the campaign and it is believed by tomorrow the school will bare attained the necessary quota and will be enrolled with the ward schools of the city beneath the Red Cross banner. The East side schools are making strenuous efforts this week to enroll these schools as Junior Auxiliaries and it is believed their efforts will be successful. j j ~ 1 IN MEMORIAL* I | < Wk \ 4 &1 fltm This marble Is everlasting. So is the memory ot Edith Cavell. whose statue 1b shown here as it stands In a French hospital. HOULT uoiaen hour is soliciting memuers for the Fairmont Chapter of the Red Cross, In this community and the peopie of Koult are responding with their usual patriotic spirit and It looks as If about everyone in the community would soon be wearing the Red Cross button. Mr. and $Irs. Charles Snider and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Phillips of Phillippl spent Sunday at the home of D. E. Snider. -? Miss Gladys Watklns who teaches school at G0036 Creek spent the week epd at her home bote. She had as a gust Miss Alma Kelley of Lewells who accompanied her home. Lewis McElfresh spent Sunday with his brother at Morgantown. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Cummings returned Sunday from Weston where they had been visiting tbe letter's brother, Paul Satterfleld. Rev. O. C. Phillips of near Owens spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. McElfresh. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McElfresh of near Owens was visiting In Hoult Sunday evening. Robert and Loyd McElfresh motored to Morgantown Sunday and spent thfe day. F. E. Wiles and daughter Florence of Independence spent the latter part of the week in Hoult. Miss Lila Morris of Fairmont spent Sunday at the homo of J. H. Snider. Mrs. Earl Holbert and four children are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Weight at Hutchinson. D. E. Snider spent Sunday visiting on Goose Creek. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Sergant and three children of East Park are visiting relatives here. Fred Johnson, Lee Hoult and Bertha, Hazel and John Bowman attended the Union Epworth League meeting at the M. E. church, South, at Fairmont, Thursday night and all report a good time although the crowd was small on account of several other things in the way of church work that the members wished to attend. Several of the young people of Hoult attended tho "Alice In Wonderland," movie show at the Grand and the Fairmont High school Friday evening. Law of Booty. The law of booty governing the Israelites Is given In Numbers 31:20-47. Booty consisted of captives of both sexes, cattle and whatever a captured city might contain, especially metallic treasures. Barley a C 4 superior to wheat in some home users have been u barley flour. This difficulty is all cm Grap< a food made of the finest i whole wheat, all ground L Think o! ftl Barley?su gestive element which m grain, but the wheat bencream you have a delicic material needed for balam Ready to Eat Iron Package. Poitnm Ctnal Compi Bill III! j| ; V - v ? MONONGAH ?1 "Intolerance." Approximately 100 people were on the car returning to Monongab yesterday evening after "Intolerance," the motion picture now, runlng at the Grand. The large majority of these were from Monongab. Returned. .Minx Ruth Keim has returned from Buckhannon after a abort visit with relatives there and baa resumed work at the local milliner; store. Miss Kelm takes the place left vacant by Miss Carrie Smith, who was called away on account of the Illness of her sister. Bridge Dangerous. The bridge crossing Booth's creek from the central part of Monongah to Brookdale Is in a most dangerous condition, especially to small children who cross the bridge alone. For at least forty feet, where (he bridge Is the highest, there Is no Iron railing on either side. A child falling from the bridge would be injured for life. The bridge has been that way for some time and as yet no repair has been made. Personals. Mrs. Dave Smith was among the Monongah social callers out of town this morning. James Price motored to Fairmont yesterday evening to attend "Intolerance." William Fleming was In Fairmont attending to business yesterday evening. James Leon was among the local callerB In Fairmont yesterday evening. James Facemlre was an out of town visitor yesterday evening. Mrs. Poling, music Instructor from Fairmont, was In Monongah attending to business this morning. John Yoak was In Fairmont for a short while yesterday evening. Miss Ruth Williamson, of Fairmont, was in Monongah yesterday afternoon attending to shopping and calling on friends. uffin'gton" ' The weather being so nice is quito , a holp to many of the farmers of this vicinity. Every one Is very busy gath- ' erlng their crops and preparing for j: wlntor. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Frum were call- : lng on Mr. and Mrs. Dee Frum Juej,- i dayt night. i Mrs. Mary Richardson was visiting her mother, Mrs. Holland, a few days : last \yeek. i Some of the farmers Just got their i threshing done recently. i Miss Anna Kramer, of Greensboro. Pa., has spent the past week visiting i Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lanham. She returned to her home Thursday of last week. W. F. Frum was a business caller In Morgantown Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs T-Tnrvov T?4o1ior 1U> Mrs. W. E. Lanham and Mian Sylvia : Bumble motored to Frostburg, Md., Sunday. Jesse Barns was a business caller in Fairmont Saturday evening. Mrs. ' Ebood Bams was calling on Mrs. W. P. Frum Saturday afternoon. Mrs. W. E. I/anbam delightfully enHERE IS CADORNA'S RIGHT-HAND MAN flonnrn 1 Doven c-o.inn/1 WWUVIUI & waits, DV.V.UIUI III v.uuiuiaau , of the Italian army, wag General Ca-: dorna's chief reliance In |the first dos-1 perate days of Italy's retreat to the i battlefield of Taglltmento. ^ jfff/ \ ^ >reat Grain s ways as a food drain. But liable to get hold oi much ootbed out when you use: 5-NutS nalted barley and the finest u our own mills. peri or in protein, with a dirt only transforms its own V also. In Grape-Nuts and >ua food, containing all the oed nourishment Highly Nomiddog, Economical *T| Battl* CM, Miefc. MHHndl It may be among the large $75.00 for in this group the that will please the most cr that you can choose with < quite certain. bl Mill tortalned a number ot her friends at a a<nner November 7, in honor of her husband's 54th birthday. Mr. Lanham being away that morning helping Mr. Richardson with some Work knew nothing ot it until returning home for oiner wher he found his many friends waiting his coming. A delicious dinner was served. The dining room was decorated. A color scheme of pink and green was carried out. Those present were Miss Elijah Richardson, Miss Helen Frum, Miss Anna Kramer, of Greensboro, Fa, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Frum and sons, Robert and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Ehood Barns, Mrs. Frank Barns, of Montana, Miss Sallle Barns, Mr. Jesse Barns. Miss Sylvia Rumble. The day was spent in social chats and music. In the evening they all departed for their many homes wishing Mr. Lanhaiu many more happy birthdays. BELLtANS Absolutely Remover Indigestion. Druggists refund money if it fails. 25c II of fui about comir and ii upal Dinii is woi with i The y will a HI music k aturl K perfe< t\ r*i5i5*E5355B*^welrt*wee*i If ROSS ? Masonic Temple ps . ; ' :2.' THINGS WOMEN WEAR", Sar the holidays. j^i)|||? >Z.W up 10 *12. SOMEW Among the Large A is a New Coat tfc Particular Style It may be among the ver of coats now priced at 1 $19.75, $21.75 It may be among the n shown at $30.00 and $< l it j vaiues are equally noiew selection at $40.00, $45.00, $48 re is a combination of high qu itical. Just where it is, is for every satisfaction at Courtni ?????? EVERY CONTRIBUTION OF TWEN' FIVE CENT8 WORTH OF TOBAC OF AMERICA'8 FIQHTI The West Virginu Indorsed by the Seen Secretary Load up the pipes ot tl Cut out this Coupon, fill it and send i buy tobacco tor ot (Bach dollar buys (our Tobacco Fund, The West Virginian: Inclosed llnd of tobacco through The West Virgin! men in France. 1 understand that each dollar bu; value ot forty-five cents, and that In a postcard, addressed to me, on whl will acree to tend me a manage of tl Name Street Address..... t ' - . r. * " ; . City . iv is the time to replace th$t r nitureyou have so long 1 half ashamed of. The folks wi ig home Thanksgiving b will be a splendid time to d ittle. Our tig Room Furnil rth living with, the longer you it, the better you like it New Edison Phonogr dd to the days enjoyment, a 1 t by the world's best artists a cey dinner sounds like the end et day. | jj FURNTJTUR Purniture Wdrth Living Wit] - / * ' ^ s"ra rHER? assortment Ther~ I 1 At will be the *1 to Suit You ?| y interesting range he special marking and $24.75 J f iany smart styles 15.00, in which the orthy. ? |i /i .50, $60.00, $65.00 and I .1 ality and style distinction c l you to say, but the fact , 1 :y's is something that is f " '!' M "j TY-FIVE CENTS PUTS FORTY. CO INTO THE HANDS OF ONE NO MEN IN FRANCE. m Tobacco Fund itary of War and the of Navy. he Bora is True*. as macs money as yon c*n cite to ir Fighting Men. packages of tobacco.) / * ^4 ? to bur MdkiiM I en's Tobacco Fond tor our ftghUag ra tour packages, each with a retail each of my packages will he placed i cb my unknown trload, tho soldier. \nnVi. .?..?.>! . 4...SS.S0O>OM?=C rocQ l * >' iH J |[ >,M I;|| 'ijH x II H ' *fl H t I fiM,",^M^M^""''',*","l^^!!!?!SS2^g^B ilM *i "1 ;i|.* Hp" . . s^B