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Body May Report This E ening or Tomorrow on Its Findings. ? - . L Much speculation Is being tndul L . In > to the defense in the Willie Morgan murder trial which will t place at this term of court, .probe Rv \ next week. There .le a belief am f ; aomo people that Insanity will be a* ground lor defense. Naturally no Ifb' i' wMmn.*pa aflthhaa ?; to say. ; It is uperstood that Attorney J 1 h Woods,, of Phlllppl, a relative of v* Morgana, will assist In defend Morgan. 'Congressman M. M. N( ^ and Attorney Charles Powell have IT ease ln ehaTge. Yesterday there were fifty-se V witnesses before the grand jury. ' Is expected that before the day cla - there will' be between thirty and fo additional witnesses before that b today. The grand jury apparei will-report all of the cases In h . - either late tills afternoon or ton - ,. row. Hon. Thomas G. Price, of 1 j nongab, Is foreman of the grand ji y, From the witnesses that appeared , - v fore it it is an assured fact that ; murder ca^es occupied the gri : Jury's, attention during the first c l'. while there is a degree of urn ' - tainty. about the trial of all ca i . Prosecuting Attorney Walter It. 11 . gerty said yesterday that he expcc ' - to try first the charge against Jai i , R. Linn for embezzling funds in % Citizens' Dollar Savings Bank , ; Fairmont:* Among the witnesses examined ?/ . the grand Jury in addition to th published yesterday were tile foil $ ; 'ng: JMJ-; . t. u. noun, u. a. woooing. now; ... Waodway. Charles Stewart, All Seanjan, Blaine Bogeess, Alex Polli >;/ Mrs. Alex. Pollogl, J. Homer Rol son, W. E. Harris, Ed. DIgman. Fri PIscloneri, George Hall, Earl Hoy, F. Duscb, Tony Coon, Satlle Rati nobln Hood, Leslie J. Mitchell, A. V Glover,- Nioma Heffner, Dena Am B. F. Cartwrlght. Mary Deliav Fred Fluharty, Mrs. Fred Fluhai '. Carl E. Beatty, Edgar S. Phillips i Mary Ambrose. MORE MANNINGT8N ; FOLKS M PHILIP I ? j;. Federal Grand Jury Conti r Its Investigation of Alleged Disloyalty. ; ______ The dntlaioraatory remarks alien Hi to nave Been inaae uy a uana oi tri titty to sixty Socialists in Manningl f district, this county, are beiug mv ligaffid by the federal grand jury u ' Jn session at Pliilippt. This group fioclaliatslive in the Buffalo creek s ! tlonof Mannington district, about t and a half miles west oi the dity Mannington. Last night three ad l ' tional witnesses were summoned fri ! Mannington to appear before the t 1 eial grand jury to give lestlmoi 1 vhlch makes a total of thirteen v - ' Ttessea to date . Since the governmi V Summoned witnesses the Social ; group has had very little to say. - Li the opluiou in that section that mountain 1b beiug made out ot a mi till and that these men generally : K loyal. Some of them have sons in I t. iservice. r ' 'The federal court is also lnvestig " Ing alleged acts of disloyalty in B |tour county. A number ot witness ' ' were called from Belington, where I tank fell far below the allotment ' Liberty bonds assigned to it. As a i uralt of tjte county's poor showing (- the draft, the fact that the commun if bought less Liberty bonds than was .'pected of It and the publication of c . tain articles of an uncompllmenta bature In a newspaper in Bellngt inany residents of that town were su 1 1 woned before the federal,grand ju ' " 'Edwin Robinson left this morn! tor Farkersburg on a business trip. I THE KIND OF BEAUTS | SOUTHERN SUN RIPE> I Stttee, who'*t>.toa?ad>ltbe SitlSc tary of tbe Mexican embaisy jio*. MoxJco'* ?Mt ,???" ^' COUI^N^RUNAWAY FROM AMERICAN BOYS , i ^W". . K - jM| 1 '>i;A rT?T . . 'T^HM be- ] i the I LADY WARX>.i unc j '"J" Ladv Waul is an American girl, I :er- daughter of-Whitclaw Rcld. late Amerscs |uan ambassador to Great Britain. Alas tliougli she married Captain Sir John ted ward, a Briton, she couldn't forget the! lies boys hack home, and is now at the | bead of the American Y. M. C. A..' ?* which is caring for the Sammies in London. by ose ________ Z PERSONALS 1 iert LL . ? _JJ >gi, Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Vance Keener, sin- of 414 Bolton street, at Cook hospital, ink on Tuesday, an eight and one-half G pound son. ter, Mrs. S. K. Brooks, of Belington, is a M. guest at the home of her sou, S. B. ett. Brooks and Mrs. Brooks, on Gaston 1 en, avenue. "ly, Mrs. Otto Xtuscli. of Cleveland, 0., ' "id <h the guest of her sister, Mrs. Geo. | Smith, on Gaston ayenue. Mrs. Stark L. Baker, of Beverley, is the guest or her sister, Mrs. Bella Shlnn, at her home on Pierpont ave- ; nuc. | Mrs. W. B. Hough and grandson. Walter Hicks Hunt, left today for Burnt falo, N. Y., called by the illness of the III i former's uncle. J. F. White. Miss Myrtle Ott, of Mannington, is a patient at Cook hospital. Mrs. Allie Raymond is confined to < her home on Main street on account of n an injured foot sustained several days nfcU. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Arnett. of Flat Run. was brought here j yesterday for an X-R.ay examination of j the hones of his leg which were re- i cently injured inan accident. Mr. and ;el1 Mrs. Arnett and Dr. Phoebe Moore, of j ;,IU Mannington, accompanied the child. ou The child is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. cs" Pinkney Arnett, of this city. ow Robert O. Day, the infant son of W. | 01 II. O. Day. of Mannington, who has , ec" been in the McGeo hospital in Pitts- i wo burgh since his birth five weeks ago, ol- ,'b now at the home of his grandmother. Mrs. Virginia Nuzuin, where be will ani reside. uu' Miss Norine Johnston attended the ">' football game in Huntington Saturday, returning here Sunday night. She :ut v/as entertaiued while there by Mrs. lst Allen, on Tenth avenue.?Charleston 11 Leader. ? Mrs. Thomas J. Farnsworth and ole|5!rs. George Edtnlston. of Buckhun lro 1:011. who were guests ot Mrs. Norvai toe It. MtCarty, left Monday night tor . Florida, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. ' at- George Fleming, ol Buckhannou. \ ar- where they will spend the winter.? j >es Clarksburg Telegram, he Mrs. Thomas Gather, of Winchester. . Va., arrived here last night and is the ' re- guest for several weeks of her parents. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Menear.'on Madl-, ity son street. Mr. Cather will spend the 1 ex- Thanksgiving holiday here, er- c. H. Jenkins has returned from a try L-usiness trip to Baltimore and other, 011 eastern cities. m- Mrs. frvin Lott Dunuington is visitry. ing at the home of Mr. Dunnlngtoh's j parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Dunning- . ng ton, on View avenue for a- fow days, spending four weeks with her parents at Belington. She is on her way to Hattleaburg, Miss., where she will join C Mr. Dunnington at Camp Shelby. fS NORWOOD, I.lterarv which was organized last: Friday evening will meet at the school Louso next Wednesday night. It will' also be decided what night to have it. | Alio, riuiciice nciWKine, wno nan | been 111 for the past few weeks, ft able to be out now. Miss Virgie Morlev, of Forksburg, Is staying at Denzll Hainey's. Mr. and Mrs. Denzll Hainey were visited by the stork. This welcome visitor presented them with a fine i baby gill. Mr. and Mrs. David Baker and daughter, of Wlnfleld, were calling at J. C. Satterfleld's one day last week. ! Feroy and Nelson Satterfleld. of I Fairmont, were calling on their aunt, l Mrs, Louise Satterfield, Saturday of ISBt WGCk? A Willie Baker Is boarding at Eddie I Stanton's. I Mrs, Robertson an dtwo children and I Mrs. Maxwell, of Fairmont, are Tisit- 5 ing Mrs. H. E. Dodd. j Miss Bergle Stretchberry is staying at Mrs. Florence Hawkins' for the presj ent time. . j Julius Dumar from Mainland, was . I calling on hjs cousin, Mrs! Basil Sat- * I terfleld one evening last week. i Miss Mabel West was calling on i Pauline Satterfleld Sunday last. ?.??Su | CASTOR IA For Infants and,Children 1 5JS InUseForOv?r30 Years re- Always bean -/I hii Wgnaturgof tt&eJutij [MONT, WEDNESDAY EVI ' .4 . -v- * ll ^ ^ ST'' "V^ XINi ^ LOCAL SOC Club Meeting Friday. The regular meeting of the Won an's club which will be held Frlda: afternoon, will begin at 2:30 o'cloci instead of at three, the usual houi The address of the afternoon by Mrs George DcBolt on current events however, will not begin before o'clock bnt business will be disposei of prior to that time. The eiecutlv board will convene promptly at o'clock. Married in Clarksburg. Miss Elsie Sill Gibson well know: In this'city and John A. Washington of Woodbury. N. J., were united ii marriage yesterday atfernoon at o'clock in Clarksburg at the Chris Protestant Episcopal church. Rev. ? Scollay Moore, of Parkersburg. off elating at the marriage which wa witnessed liy relatives and a few Ir timate friends. The bride is a daugt terof Frank Gibson and is well know: here where she has visited as th guest of Mrs. Jas. Edwin Watson, Jr on several occasions. Among th guests at the marriage were Mr. an Mrs. Richard Washington, of Wool bury. X. J., parents of the groom Miss Christine Washington of Charle Town. W. Va..; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 1 Washington, Woodbury. X. J.; Mis i^aura rscai 01 j-aritersourg; airs. \vn; F. Alexander and Mrs. Chas. B. Alej ander or Baltimore. ? Entertained Eastern Star Officers. Mrs. Frank Morgan was hostess las evening at her home on Slain strec to the officers of the Order of th Eistern Star lodge. Refreshment were served durln gthe evening. ? Hall-Clark. Xew3 has been received here of tin marriage of S. Davidson Hall, lieu tenant In the U. S. Field artillery ii N'ew Jersey and Miss Edna Rosi Clark, which event was solemnized o: Tuesday November 6' in Traction. N J. Lieut. Hall was located in this cit: for several years a number of year ago. * * To Arrange for Supper. The members of the Presbyteriai I.egiou are requested to meet 01 Thursday afternoon al 2:110 o clock a the church parlors to complete at rangements for the chicken pie sup per which they will serve on Saturda; evening at the church dining room, i large, partronage Is anticipated am arrangements wii he made to serv at least five hundred guests. e * * To Have Dance. Arthur E. Fisher will give a (lane on Saturday night at the Armory fo visitors here for the football game All visitors and the dancing set o the city are invited to attend ?li> dance for which formal invitation will not be issued. . Moving to Town. Postmaster Chas. E. Mauley am Mrs. Manloy are moving this weel irotp their home on Bell Run to thi Manley apartments on Jefferson stree where they will spend the wldte nonths. To Entertain Y. M. W. Mrs. Guy Hawkins Is entertainlni he Young Married Women's club thi: ifternoon nt her home on Fieh drcet. Tukey Dinner Tomorrow. The plans for the Turkey dinner t< je served Thursday evening at thi f. M. C. A. by the women of the Kirs M. E. church. South, are rapidly ad rancing. The preparation of twent: ?plendid_ turkeys for the dinner : jnder way today. Service will hegii tt 5 o'clock. a Farewell Party. Miss Margaret McLindeu gave r arewell party at her home or. Virginh tvenuo' last night in honor of Johr Mason who will leave soon for Mary and. The guests who numbered iS vere entertained with music and danc r.g. Mothers m Keep the family free Jwr ^4 from Coldl bv tl?iner rSuOt _vo^^^p_ W omen in tl > 2 <y it Mn> ftrsngtS mad eonrage tc IBBB tW wouadac- Bf?7 ironn ionld mrnkm ieiroW fit fw ww's e?Il ml leme or abroad. Health ud strength il? within the reach of every worms Chey are brought to you by Dr. Pierce'i Payurite Preoexiptioa. Take this audi toe, and you have a safe and dertan emedy for the chronic weaknesses, do taagweato and diseases peculiar te thi as. It will build up, streagthea asc ayigurate every "run-dews" or deli sataiwomsn. It regulates nd assist Ibe natural tparetione. la tablets, 60s. At sons period is bei life, a womu require* a special toalc and nervine, 1 Women, Prepare! rViwsaada of woaiaa is the Ualto IMaJtn mnai ikaii nXarino . ~7* :IAL EVENTS =?=rv*i~ 1 J ?Jl Entertained Representative!. Wm. A. Bennett, second vice presiy dent and general manager of the f Equitable Life Insurance company of . Washington, D. C? gave a banquet at The Fairmont yesterday evening, honi' cring his representatives. M. I. Walter. 3 Chas. E. Smith. Lute Brown T. E ,1 Maxwell and J. E. Grimsley, who have e made a phenomenal record for this 3 company in the Fairmont district, during the past year. r LAUREL POINT. n n Mrs. J. H. Thompson is home again 3 at for a week stay at the home of her . parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mc Elroy at Morgantown. Mr. McElroy |1 has been seriously ill but is somewhat s Improved. i- Mr. and Mrs. .T. E. Henry and Mr. i- and Mrs. O. E. Henry spent the 11th n at Manninglon. e J . E. Martin and family and Geo. Beall and family were visiting at the e home of Harry Beall near Morgantow-n d last Sunday. |. Mrs. Nancy Barb spent a few days ; with her son. Strother Barb, last s week. A number of their friends gave Mr. a and Mrs. David Michael an old fashI. ioncd serenade on the evening of the ;. 7th. They but recently moved here from Barrackville. Mr. and Mrs. T. B? Ilildcrbrand of Opckiska recently visited his sister, ( Mrs. S. J. Stevens of this place. Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Russell g Ridgwav. u daughter. Mrs. Alice s Stevens of Fairmont Is taking care of Mrs. Illdgway. Mrs. Icy Wright spent a few days with her ncice, Mrs. Glen Henry, last week. s Mr and Mrs. C. K. Jamison of ' South Park were guests of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Geo. W. Snider last Sunday. e Mr. and Mrs. H. N. U. Cblpps left ? Saturday for a visit with their son. J. N. Chipps at Weston, who Is a 11f censed embalmer at that place. 5 Miss Leona Powell of Opekiska is here for a few weeks stay at the home of J. H. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fisher spent a Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ' Oakley a He'nry. t Jesse Camp who has been quite 111 is reported as being somewhat irni proved. WIstenT cloth and draw s it through hair 1 IT BECOMES BEAUTIFULLY SOFT, 1 WAVY, ABUNDANT AND GLOSSY AT ONCE. . r SAVE YOUR HAIR! ALL DANDRUFF AND HAIR STOPS COMING OUT. > Surely try a "Danijerine Hair' Cleanse" If you wish to Immediately 1 double the beauty of your hair. Just moisten a cloth with Danderine and draw it carefully through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; > this will cleanse the hair of dust, ? dirt, or any excessive oil?in a few t minutes you will be amazed. Your . hair will be wavy, fluffy and abundant f and possess an Incomparable softs nes9, lustre and luxuriance, i Besides beautifying tbe bair, one application of Danderine dissolves every paiticlc of dandruff; invigorate sthe scalp, slopping itching and falling hair. Danderine is to the hair what fresb showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, invigorates and strengthens tbcni. Its cxhillaratiug. stimulating and lifeproducing properties cause the hair to grow long, strong and beautiful. Yqu can surely have pretty, soft; lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you ' will just get a bottle of Knowlton's ' Danderine from any drtig store or loilet counter and try it us directed. Save your hair! Keep it looking charming and beautiful. You will say ! this was the best money you ever | spent. hie War-Zone | ?J ui? have been cnrcfl of icom*n?8 iHi by. . Dr. Piarce *s Favorite PreseriotioxL . i This temperance medicine, thoogh ' j started nearly half a ceatnry ago, Belli ' most widely today. It can bow be had -1 is tablet form u well u liquid, and i every woman who offers from baeh. iche, headaehe, mwimmp, ahxnfldtake , tkli "Prescription" of Dr. Pieree'a. It ii prepared from Nature's roots aad herbs and does not eoataia a particle 1 of aleohol or any narcotic. It's not a I secret prescrlptioa for its ingredient* . are printed on wrapper. Send 10c for trial package to Dr. Pfcrea, lamdids' Hotel aad Surgical Institute, Buffalo, JT. or write for frea coaidential i advice. Ten will escape many in* and dear op the coated tongue, the sallow complexion, tke doll headache, the laqr Brer, if yea will take a laxative made np of the May 1 apple, leavee of "aloes, root of jalap, aad JsMswssa uiiiOFu in ie |Ettiri City Sues to Recover Fo Paving Stret of Abutting Property Owner. What promises to become a knot problem te tbat deevloped In a ci\ >uit .before Justice Conaway by ti City of Fairmont against Givanel Yanero. The case is over some oa lug (lone and it was heard yesterdi afternoon. The action was to recovi $172.02. The case was dismissed at the co of the city by the magistrate, but is going to be appealed to the clrcu court and may eventually reach ti Supreme Court. The court will I obliged to Interpret lust what "clock" means in the code. It appears that the deetndant livi on Robinson avenue, between B lingsley and Smith streets and tl city some time ago paved Robinsc avenue between BUllngsley and Be uett exercising the right of assesslt the abutting'property owners. Tl city contends that the block comprisi the thoroughfare between Billingsli and Bennett strectB and that the pe sons who owned the majority of tl street frontage sanctioned tho mi ing. The defendant claims that Robinsc street between Billingsley and Smll streets is a block and that the majo ity of the property owners there woi opposed to the paving proposltio She further claims what the cil terms a block is really two blocks. 1 the two blocks she claims that tl "See Them Crinkle Up and Vanisl Leave Skin Gloriously Clean," Says the Screen Favorite, Valeska Suratt. By VALESKA SURATT. I WANT to tell you a new way ( getting rid ot superfluous hair: With your linger or a cloth you ca rub off with one stroko every supe fluous hair as easily as you can wip off a little spot ot dirt. Ycu shoul first moisten the hairs with sulto soli tlon tor a few moments, then ever hair, heavy and light, and no matte where, will come loose, and ease rig! off the skin. It's simply wonderful Try it. It does not harm the skin 1 any way whatever, and leaves no marl It is ideal. For one dollar you can gt from any drug store euougli sulfo soli tion to last for quite a while. Every woman should have this splei did article on her dressing table, hi cause it is simple to use, is absolutel safe and never falls. It is certainly ri markable what a difference is produce on the average face by the removi of even the light "down" which man people do not think of removing at all Just try it yourself and you will see am entirely right. MISS *\A, B. C." ? I've seen bal spots fill oul in two weeks with ue1 l:nir by using this formula. It make hair grow almost like a weed, jus glorious. Make this yourself at liomi ami you'll have the best hair growe ever known. Get an ounce of bets ouiuol from your druggist for fitt cents and mix with a pint of bay- rui (or with a half pint each of wate and alcohol). Use this frequently, an you will have a head of hair to b proud of. HAZEL X.-jThe deep wrinkles o both cheeks can be as easily remove as wrinkles on any other part of th face. Unfortunately, few people realiz bow very easily it may be done. The spend money for all kinds' of cream and treatments, when a simple mi: lure, made at home, of two ounces c tptol and two tablespoonfuls of glyce ine in half a pint of water will do ma vcls. It has a wonderful rejuvcna ing effect on the skin and one can loo years younger in a short time.. Get th eptol at any drug store for fifty cent Easv to df of itching R< c 917. v ?1? I, ij,ri Owing to tl Mrs. Kate He ty Sister of Mr. ril 5 The Store Will ( Wednesday, 1 st il 5 J. M. Hartl a , * ss p " ie I m nIK :e 3S jy ie v- ? m city has a majority of hut three feet th after tho width of Smith street at the r. intersection of Robinson avenue and re Smith streets is deducted, n. Attorney A. J. Kern represented the ty city and Attorneys Harrv Shaw and! in I Frank R. Amos was consul for the ae defense. * ? -* 1, ONADMIRED W full of muddy )t spots become al5 most as clear as a lily, and tlie only Iblng that did It was a mixture, made r. at. home, of one ounce of zlnlonc ana e two tablespoonfuls of glycerine In a d pint of water. This formula is my own, and I can assure you of quick ? and splendid results by its use, in fact, ihft results urn nstnnrwlinor in ! |t most cases. Tbc zlntoue can he se, cured from your druggist. This tor" mula will make ovor a pint of this quick-working complexion boautilier. :t * * * U. MHS.. T. M. 0. ? After this, if it sl.ould again occur tba you can nut get a. the ncroxin for blackheads or the zinL? tone for the comlexlon, simply send the y price, which is 50 cents for either one, B to my secretary, addressing "Secrcj tsry to V'aleska Suratt, Thompson ,j Building, Chicago, 111.,*'4 and you will be y supplied by mail at once. I. . . ? I ANNOYED?Ono of the ingredients of eggs is known to have at delightful result on hair, its uso in a shampoo d cannot be equaled. You can get even w better results for a thorough headis wash by dissolving a leaspoonfu! of it eggol in a half cup of water. For twen3, ty-five cents einough eggui can be ir secured to last for a dozen or more i- shampoos. v . . u ROAMER?Your face powder is cvlir dently not fine enough, this is the trouA bio with a great many of them. I e want you to try a powder made after my own formula, of extraordinary fineness, softer than down, "Valeska Surn att Face Powder," now sold by all drogd gists in flesh, white and brunette,at e fifty cents a box. All my friends ravt ;c ever it. y ? ? is MRS. F. A. XI.?Blackheads can be s- removed in a few minutes. Hard to >t believe, perhaps, but it is true. All r- you have to do is to rub the' blackhead r- legion with powdered neroxin wliicb t- has been sprinkled on a wet cloth, k They will vanish completely. Steam le ing and pinching will do no good. | s. Xeroxin Is sold at drug stores. _ , - ]L ?? |M (??2 *t rid ^ L X 1VA ??Sfi;i? Antini_ MM T^e J 1 ? OS Anting r wnn ;sin Wherever the it< cause, Resinol Oin at once. And if th( itching is not due disorder, this sootl " seldom fails to clear . inol has been a favc sicians for skin affei see why. ., Resinol Ointment, an the Resinol medication, lie Death of iruey watson J. M. Hartley X; lj Zlose at 1 o'cloclcifc% $1 Mov. 14, 191f . : I ey &Son CoC, '4]g? | airmont, W. Va* : X g r : ?a We Guarantee ll Optical J Accuracy 1 Accuracy in examine' iM ations. 9 Accuracy in fitting, > Accuracy in adjusting;: ||| Accuracy is our watch; word and the keynote to; ^ our constantly growing M business. I TlicfJALLMARJ^StgJg. Upright lorlnverttA I'REFLEX'bbai? I a 18^-two:fori35^ m 2?zdS&&JssS?3tto . . J| -.'ii "':-"^'i:??<-J^m :*?S831 m 12??** bii ' *?? OB,.. |H ^nd ^l w?t?<C ^ I ll?r Ina??b I : trouble'which causes the b to some serious internal, :tions?try it i Resinol Soap, which contains Tr> are sold by all druggists.