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| Town Talk !
MOVING P^ICTURB^PUNNIES.^ j?
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derneath accurately. When comple- r
'ted turn over and you'll find a sur- 0
. , prising result. Save the pictures.
m> 1 the weather. c
ir". j-,-,- West Virginia?
Fair tonight;'cold- r
) er in east. Thurs- J
day partly cloudy C
.JJvi and warmer. v
||p' i ? Local Readings. * c
/ F P H?"'0b' \
,( J Temperature at j
/f 4 Co *? In/low *?1
Yesterday's weathl/V
er, cloudy; temper|M
Neg iture, maximum,
J" 39; minimum, 27;
.precipitation, none.
EVENTS TONIGHT,
bfoose Ball?Fairmont lodge.
Odd Fellow's Hall?Palatine Lodge
f- I. 0. O. F.
Vaccabees Hall?Uniformed Rank Mod
|>| era Woodmen of the World. ,
Or. Welrlch Called ? Dr. C. R. !
fe Welrlch received orders yesterday to
report next Saturday to Fort Ogelthorpe,
Georgia. Dr. Welrlch, who recently
moved to this city from Wellsjr
burg, some time ago enlisted In the U. '
S. Medical Corps but until this time
bad not been assigned for duty.
Church Files Service Flag?A ser- .
"Vice flag has been placed in The Cen- !
members of the congregation who are |
; in the government service. The flag
contains four stars and these stars '
r; ; are placed In honor of Captain Knapp.
i. Forrest DeBolt, Thomas Hartley and
Ray Matthews. j
* . Was Painfully Injured?Percy Wagner 1
la recovering from injuries inflicted on
Sf last Sunday when he fell into a hot <
oil tank at the gasoline plant of the 1
- (Monongahela Vallajl Traction Company,
located on Dunkard Mill Run.
He was severely scalded but is rapid- i
ly recovering,
t ;
ii ' Care Change Saturday?Beginning :
p" Saturday morning the Mannington in?
tor-urban street cars will come in on
Locust Avenue,'their'old route. Because
of Locust avenue improvements
r it was necessary to have all cars opv.
erated over Fairmont avenue for a
L short period. City cars have been op- i
I; erating on Locust avenue as far as
; aavcnia street since Saturday nut a
V % house which is being moved at Seventh
street has blocked f>.e track, not
flowing the Manntngton cars to go by
f way of Locust avenue,
ft; . ~
Pryor Sees Holbrook?Frank Pryor,
j 1 superintendent of tbe gas department
, of the Monongahela Valley Traction
< ' Company has returned front Pittsburg,
where yesterday he was in conference
with David O. Holbrook, recently ap- 1
pointed gas administrator for the U. i
S. Mr. Holbrook was appointed to the 1
i administrative work only a few days i
and has not, as yet, outlined his course
of action.
Elected Their Officers?These offi- '
cers have been elected by Maple i
Grove , No. 10, Woodmen of the World !
Circle: i
Guardian, Maud Walters; Post
'v Guardian?Minnie Boor; AdviserMyrtle
Hall; Clerk?Stella Helams;
Banker?Maud Phillips. Chaplain?Lu- ?
la Carpenter; Attendant?Daisy Coon; i
'Assistant Attendant?Ruth Clayton; ,
Inner Sentinel?Grace Jones; Outer'
| Sentinel?Virginia Hartley; Manager i
t?Union UnKorom Cswieit. 1 ?
ovw ?>u>Bwu, uaywiu UU1U X'Ull* '
lips; Physicians?Dr. L. D. Howard. .
Dr. C. Lb Holland.
K Box Social?Sarietta school of which
Misa Pearl Chevoront s teacher will
~ hold a box social on Saturday evens
InsHad
Charge of Funeral?Funeral
r Services over the late Mrs. Corine Wil- :
tons were conducted by the ladles of
the Golden Links and not the Ladles
of the Golden Eagles. Twenty;.
seven members of the Ladles of the
r Golden Links and twenty members of
the.jnens branch of the Golden Links
were In attendance at the last rites.
.Very Impressive services were held.
1 1
Deeds Recorded?These deeds were
f' recorded up to noon today; Van C.
jWllson et ox. to Tony Alloy, tract of
Big Blngamon creek, In Lincoln district
925; J. E. Prickett to Gents Radka,
a parcel of land In the village of
^ Barnstown, $1; George Jack et uz., to
- Matthew McOlvln, a parcel of land In
Fairmont district, 9100.
r u?oy usioon LinKi Obligate ? Sily:
Irreme Organizer H. W. Mitchell, ot
L Wheeling, paid an official visit to the
Mdies of the Golden Links last even- '
Ing at their meeting in Cunningham '
pall. Three candidates were obligat- '
v M at last night's meeting. Two of '
; > these were from Clarksburg, they hav;
. Ing been unable to attend the institution
session at Clarksburg last Satur- i
' day night and receive the work. Next
- 7 Tuesday evening three candidates will
|s- he-initiated.
Will Hold Open Meeting?The Men's
rji?> branch ot the Golden Links will hold
- . on open meeting for members of the
fc': order on Minday evening, December
jl7, at which time the women ot the or- ;
ganlxation have been Invited to at- ,
e tend. I
HI k i-lbrsry Day?During the early part i
...
r the week Library Day waa obterred th
i ? number of schools in the county. S
mpbasls ot the importance of the 11- b
raqr waa made in speechea and ape- t
>a) funda were collected. Library Day t
roper waa last Friday but the coloration
was deferred because of it fall- ~
>g due during the Thanksgiving hollays
when the schools were closed.
8andy's Wife Partakes of Ration*?
Irs. Homer C. Toothman and Miss
iary Virginia Barnes returned yesteray
from Camp Lee, Petersburg, Vs.,
0 which place they left to spend the
'hanksgivlng holidays. Mrs. Toothian
reports that all of the Fairmonters
re bale and hearty and are enjoying
Ife. The third lady In the party, who
1 now Mrs. Clark Gross remained aftr
being wedded In Petersburg, where
he had taken up apartments. The solder
boys had a turkey dinner last
'hursday with all of the trimmings.
Electa Two Members?Marion Lodge
<o. 11.1.0. O. F., last night at its meettig
elected two members, one of which
ras by transfer.
Wedding in Conrt House?Surounded
with attaches of several ofIces
as witnesses, Albert Roden and
islean Thomas, colored, were marled
this morning at 10 o'clock in the
iffice of the eounty clerk by Rev. H.
}. Stoetzer, of the First Presbyterian
hurch.
Trial Postponed?Due to a mateial
witness being absent, the trial of
be l'etroski before Justice Thomas
1. Price at Monongah this morning
ras postponed. The accused is chargid
with selling whiskey. Prosecuting
Vttorney W. R. Haggerty represented
he State and Attorney A. H. Toothnan
the defendant.
Patterson I-'ound Guilty?J. S. Paterson,
of Mannlngton. charged with
:arrylng intoxicating liquors about
he strectB, was heard yesterday afcrnoon
by Justice Conaway. He
bund Patterson guilty and imposed
i ilno of *100. The case was proseluted
by Assistant Prosecuting Attorley
Chavles E. Miller.
Insurance Firm Moves?Miller and
uiiicii gvuciui iuouiuuuc, nate iiiwv-*
:d their office from the Jacobs bulldog
to room number 1 in the Hall
dock.
I<eak I'ndcr Itiver Stopped?After
llmost five weeks work the leak In
he gas main crossing the Monongatela
river has been repaired.
y. M. C. A. Directors Meet?Rouino
business was taken up at a meetng
of the board of directors of the
i'. M. C. A. held at the "Y" yesterday
:vening.
Paul Hess at Y. SI. C. A Paul
Jess will assist in the work at the Y.
VI. C. A. during the winter. Mr. Hess
will have charge of the game room on
ruesday and Thursday evenings of
>ach week. He began his new duties
restcrday evening.
Removes to Ohio?Rev Frank Smith
pastor of the Christian church. Mannington,
has removed to Fowler. O.
Ue is a son of Rev. J. B. Smith, of
Moundsvllle.
ncvcnuc .^onecuons. increase?Itcreipts
of tho Internal revenue office
at Parkersburg of -which Fairmont Is
a part, were $217,765.77 last month
against $106. 584.33 for the same
month of last year. The Increase was
lue to the new war taxes.
Great Sachem on Visitations?Great
Sachem H. Earnest Hawkins, of this
city, will attend the 21st anniversary
of Tuscarora Tribe, No. 50 at Martlnsburg
on Tuesday evening. Great
Sachem Hawkins Is at present on a
visitation to the tribes at Charlrt
Town and Berkley Springs.
Commissioner Winters Here?E.
E. Winters, of the Public Service
Commission, was here yesterday inspecting
the proposed switch for tho
Fairmont and Connellsrille Coal Co.
it Annabelle.
P. H. N. S. Meeting?The executive
board of the Public Health Nursing
service will meet tomorrow evening
at 7:30 o'clock at the residence of
Mrs. C. O. Henry on Fairmont avenue.
Child Painfully Injured ? Mary
Henderson, a three year old child
who resides at Idamay, was painfully
burned yesterday afternoon when the
collapse of a cook stove in her home
upset a pot of beans > i the child,
burning her about the body. Sho was
brought to Fairmont hospital No. 3.
where she Is resting well today and
It Is thought she will recover from
her injuries.
Miner Caught by Fall?Tony Romano.
a minor employed at Watson,
was severely injured yesterday when
he was caught beneath a fall of slate.
He Is a patient at Fairmont Hosrital
No. 3.
Prosecuted for throwing rock?Before
Justice Conaway a juvenile has
been prosecuted to hitting another
boy with a rock. He claims that the
two boys jumped him and he resorted
to rock throwing to get results.
Constable Robinson served the warrant
Foreigners Arrested?At Mannington
this morning Chief of Police E. N.
Wilcox arrested Sam Beafore and NIh
CInnelll, foreigners, for each having (
a. buh case miea witn wniskoy. One
of the foreigners is reported to have
had a weapon when arrested. They
have been held for a hearing before
Justice Musgrove.
Marriage .Licenses. Granted?Marriage
licenses issued up to 2 o'clock
this afternoon were as follows: Oscar
Lendell, 52, and Lizzie Hudson, 37, colored,
both of Clarksburg; Albert Roden.
43, and Aslean Thomas, 29, colored,
both of Ida May.
Growth of the Army
Ordnance Dept.
"WASHINGTON, D. C. Doc. S.^Betore
the war began the United States
Government employed approximately
500,000 persons in the civil branch.
Now that this country Is actually engaged
In the conflict, the great army
ef workers behind the fighting forces
Is growing by tens of thousands. A
;ood example of this rapid addition of
employees is in the civilian force of
Knren. large priratelj owned office I
tiUdings in Washington are required T
o hoqse the otflciala and clerks of
bla force, la addition to the usual t
Wz
The talk oftapplitne^thew thoufr sic
indt ot workers la tlje (ace ot the me
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.Oil
Columbia Graf
Prica $211
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Columbia Graf
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tatest demand for labor the country
i orer known is tbe problem or the
Ited States Ctrfl Sendee Commisn.
At this time-great numbers of
in and women are needed to fill
tun
Grai
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