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- MOVIN0 PICTURE FUNNIES.
;'i*r fw^ocr ?9^WSB**sP&K!&r - fr fiKSu&ss Cut out the picture on all (our sides, (ten carefully fold, dotted line 1 Its sdtire length. Then dotted line 2 and 10 on. Told each section undemoath -, accurately. When completed turn over and youH find a surprising result. z',' Save the pictures. ?. f 11 Partly cloudy tojg^" 7 . i night. Friday fair. Local Readings. VyflWJT p. p. Hall. Ob. K|sh-?S' l/_ ' iCw^vS Temperature at Bf.r A-1'V ? a. m. today. 29. Yesterday's weathPv.'-y ? | or. cloudy; tempcr' lgRy ^\5l> ature. maximum. 1 Wag - C3; minimum. 2!); precipitation. .14. I + - < - . L Rirer 17.0 feet. EVENTS TONIGHT. Masonic Hall?Eastern Star. ' Cunningham Hall?Maltas. Skinner Building?Lady Golden En Kgr"-'. gles. gSTf Iteming Building?Mountain City Xodge. K. of P. Odd Fellows' Hall?Patriarchs 7?lili I Red Men's Hall?Rising Sen Tribe. , Maccabce Hall?Owls. ? Musgrave Hall?Golden Eatles. ^ ' - Normal School?Story Telling Club. Grace Lutheran church?Annual meetlas of Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary society. 5 First Iff. E- church?Concert to be rcn. dercd at 8 p. m. Red Cross Rooms?Ladies or Prcsby terian church -will sew. v, , Fairmont arenuc?Meeting of public health nursing services at the home . Of Mrs. Beft?. Leopold. ,^Ehe;Fairmont?Annual dinner or Fair$y. ' mbnt Business Men's Association at Fired for Being Drunk?-W. IT. Jack .. son sras before Mayor Bowen this ' morning charged with being disorderly. He was found guilty and wat fined 510, which',he arranged to pay. Loses A Dog?Bells Harris, the jan Iter at the court house yesterday lpsi a Tory valuable.dog when it was struck by an automobile truck in front of the Crane Drug store. The dog was in jnred so badly that it died shortly after Injured. Advisory Council Meeting ? There will be a meeting of the advisory council of the Young Woman's department of the Y. M. C. A. to be held at the "Y~ building on Friday evening at ~:ZQ o'clock. Unclaimed Booze ? Deputy Sheriff Glover last night secured two un If " claimed suit esses on a B. & O train ftXrm Pittsburgh. wh i<- h contained ft.-: - twenty-four pints and seven quarts of s>-* ' jg Italian wine. Confessed His Guilt?Justice Conai way yesterday afternoon heard the con5 fession of Karry Snyder. of M organtown, who was charged" with bringing I in forty-eight half pints of wliiskeyJ <T-- He was fined $1J0 and sentenced to |H serve three months on the county 4 roads. n Caught Woman 'Legger ?? A welldressed woman giving her name as It* Dodd. of Clarksburg, was arrested 6 just as she was about to board a troU ley car for Clarksburg yesterday afternoon by Constable Robinson. She had ten pints of whiskey in a handbag. County officers say this w2s the fourth ? trip she made in ten days . She is ir. v jaa awaiting a hearing before Jus-ice Conaway. Jury Finds Brown Guilty?George Brown, alias "Peg" Brown, was found guilty of violating the prohibition law by bringing in a quart of whiskey mor: than once a month. The case was tried before Justice Conaway and the members or the jury were G. W. Binnix. 3?. "West. C. W. Xorrls. Asby Rice. 4 James Crowl and S. M. Wilson. Two weeks ago 3rown was warned not fc bring any more whiskey into the state Kjj within thirty days and last Saturday ha was caught doing so. Attorney E It Ml made a motion to set aside the Jury's -verdict. Assistant Prose eating Attorney Miller prosecuted the Eg. OMTo Be Heard Today?Late this.after nqpB MHo. Dukich will be Heard by Justice .'Coiwway on & charge of vio' latipC-tlte Tost law by bringing whists key teto "the state. B-" . Dieds Filed?These deeds have H ? - LATE WANT ADS FOB *aT.ic cheap to quick buyer. Uv SgvAs room, dining room and bed room Ij kitchen cabinet, gam range. . refttpemtor and rugs and other houseRt-. hott goods, practically new. . 306 6th : . straat. *-7-st-3503 "" : H WANTED?Colored woman for gener al housework. Small family. Good ST* wages. Mrs. J>ank X-f. Bowers, 325 v Locust street. Mannlngton. W. Va. Phone 123. 3-7-3t-3502. FOX SALE?Lot fronting on Reeves avenue. 40x100 feet Apply to H. jh"' . Ie Garlow. 107 Cochran street Fairmoat. W. Va. 3-7-3t 3504 ^B ' WANTED?Young man to take part in amateur play to be staged in - Sour amall towns close to Fairmont B& '' Address W. C. B., Box 3505. West -JVliginlaa office, n ZJ-2t 3505. __ L .. '-". *<< ' - v? of Broomfleld. W. V*, lot 1 Jo. UoA E, Sunshine. near Salt Uck nut, Xaaniagton district. <875; A. B. Koon and jrife to H. W. Parker, a parcel of land oa Monroe sod Hamilton streets is the Fifth ward of the dty of Fairmont, $1,000; A. G. Martin, county clerk, to Bessie Pople. a parcel of land in Union district. 52.30; Domenico A. Fiorina and wife to Mary T. Spadafora, a parcel of land in the First Ward of the city of Fairmont, <4.000. Illness Detains Daughter?Mrs. Emerson J. Bell la ill with an attack of indigestion at her. home on Chicago street. Her daughter Mrs. Joseph Rldgeiey of Colorado Springs, Colo., who was to left yesterday for her home was detained here by her mother's illness. Here on Visit From V. M. 1.? Kearsley Hartley, a young Fairmonter who la now a student at the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Vs.. arrived in. the city this morning to wit friends and relatives. After a Tisit of about one wcclc be -win return to Lexington. Va_, to resume bis school work. Has Not Arrived So Far?Edgar ! Sherman Meadows, the young man j who is wanted, by the local draft board on charges of deserting milli tary service h#s not yet shown up. Tuesday night he was talking to'Capj tain "Whit? on the phone and said.that i he would be here-today. Called for Military Service?Porter i Ware, who ia now a student at the Normal school has been called to Graf ! ton for military service. j IHayden Orchestra Meets?The Hay den orchestra, a popular musical organizafton held a profitable rehears ! al last evening at the home of Jacob ! Hayden on Madison street. Harvey '; Adams, first violinist who recently re! turned from an extended stay in California was present and related many i interesting incidents concerning his ' j travels in the west. Rehearsals will be held from time to time and the organization will be prepared frcm now on to furnish music for any kind of a celebration. Teachers* Exams ? Announcement has been made by the county school authorities that ilie. first examination for teachers will he held in the Millet .'school, this city, on April 4 and J. ' *w?n he for clcmcu J IJI.3 CAaunum.. v ... _ . I tary- renewal and primary certificated ! and Tor coupons of credit. Applicants I may enroll on 'Wednesday afternoon .1 from '1 to > o'clock, and evening froze j 7 to 9 o'clock. Further information j relative to examination will be found I on first page of Marion County Teach. ers' Directory for 191$. A copy will ;1 be sent free for the asking. Address .j County Superintendent's Office. V. O ' Box 371, Fairmont. TV. Va. I At Missionary Conference?The Rev f Clarence D. Mitchell, pastor of the Central Christian church. Mr. and Mrs . J Thomas X. Sharp, Seymour Mclntire ; and Mrs. S. V. Batterger atteuded a | missionary conference of the Chris tian denomination held yesterday in j Pittsburg. - New Pharmacist?Xathan C. Hall i graduate of the University of Pittsburg has accepted a position as pre scription druggist in the Fairmon: Pharmacy. Mr. Hall is a pharmacist . oj* wide experience and previous to ! accepting this position had been con ducting the Hall drag store 3t Weston. ' He was for a number o fvears connected with the Union drag store at Graf: ton also. East Park Bible Class?An interesting program will be rendered at the meeting of the East Park Bible class , tonight at the East side school house. ? ' trill hp ft talk Jreaturi-o t>? by E. B. t'arsfcadon. a cornet solo by ? David A. Ritchie, and piano numbers by the Misses Grace Randolph and Nellie Mclntire. Dr. Jesse Jamison will teach the lesson. Take* Dille's Place ? Wynne Hall . has assumed a temporary clerkship at the Crane drug store filling the position of C. I. Dille. who left yesterday ! for Fort Oglethorpe. Ga.. to enter the I service pi the government. Business Girls' Class?The business girls' class of the Young Woman's de. pariment of the Y. M. C. A. will meet ! at T o'clock this evening instead ol 730 o'clock the usual hour for meet.' ing. I Principal Beckner III?Principal R. : j S. Beckner of the Miller school Is con, i fined to his home on Naomi street .; with an attack of tonsilitis. Miss .! Lena Bartlett also of the Miller school .: is conflned to her (out by illness. t ! ?? .j Granted Licenses'?A. G. Martin county clerk, has granted these high | explosive licenses: K. S. Parrish. ol . Worthington. foreman for the county ; | court; Sam Rossv. Fairmont, foreman - j for Sam Polino. Both were foreman > I h>an?P? j .Painfully Injured?A foreigner whos< name could not be learned -was admit ' J ted to Fairmont Hospital No. 3 last evening suffering from a concussior - of the brain, two broken arms ant lacerations of the scalp which he sus tained when he fell from a window at t Grant Town during the day. The pa . tient was admitted to the hospital foi treatment and is still in an unconsc ions condition with little prospects ol recovery. Appendicitis Operation?Wesley Mc Cauley. who resides in this city anc works at the Montana mines, is a pa tient at Fairmont hospital No. 3. He was admitted to the hospital yesterday afternoon and operated on for ap pendiciti*. Peritonitis had developed ' and while his condition is serious 11 Is believed .-he will recover. Safe at Greenleaf?A telegram was received by Captain Kemble White late yesterday from Cart Amos, stating that the Fairmont contingent in the last draft had arrived safely at Camp Greenleaf. Ga.. and that all the men were in good health. Several other telegrams and letters were received by local people today, telling of the iale arrival of the aFlrmont contingent. Keep Chlckena at Home?Complaint! iof chickens running about on netrh _ * * " i ' - ' r- J 331^ ! ' ^ I f/ /^rrg^rte^&Hr 1 bors propjrty are boroniing just a li:-j f tie too Ji3*neroti3. There liavc been ? ~ T ? ?- /./\m -%1?? (M * C 4W ' i uu AliCao. jv:ivn ;uw ? ;< yet. but :I1 complaints have been in-. L! -rcsligated and the -riolator -warned.: ' From nor on no wurniiwars j^iii be is-: 'I sued buttiie violators v. ill be arrested ! j and sumaoned before the mayor tt?i " tell tlielr story. . I ' Who Own* Dead Dog??The body L of the dot -which -was beaten 11 death 1 ; 1 on the list side yesterday hurt been, 'i taken to:iie Irviii livery stable at llicj ' strSfiestioj of the Humane society ox-; ' ficers and it is hoped that all owners 1 of missing airdales will call there and1 see if tutunfortuaaie animal lie'_^-i?ci . j.to then'. The dead doc is without a. I collar In* it was an especially fine' 1 and valtiiblc specimeat of the airdaie J breed. > j . | Marriage Licenses?These tnarriasc ' ! licenses vete Issued today: Bernard | Satterfiold, 2$. and Mary E. Linn. 2d,1 -gboth of Hammond: Thomas T. Wright, i 1 i 2.0 .and Jlibel Wilson, 42, bplh of Mon-] < tana. > 1 AIM M BLOW AT nrmiisi ifEU tsinr ;j wan mm j Palmer Asks Authority to' Sell off German Holdings 1 in the U. S. . i 'Br Associated Press> WASHINGTON". March 7?Plans to i j break up the vast holdings of Germany j I interest In the United State and place i ! them mother hands so that after the i : war they cannot''continue to be what i has beea characterized as outposts of | ' German kultur in America, was pre- i sented to Congress today by A. Mit- ] chell Pilmer. alien property custodi-1 an. and unanimously approved by the Senate ippropriations committee. Mr. Pilmer asked and the comxnis-1 ;; sion a steed that legislation should be PUTTING THE GRIP i (At Was ?. I > it tlx* N?tt Department: oft export sid?-f / V . $^3 *!I*'^^jr '^^k Kfi&T*S(il'ik W^^S Chj: v '1% E|| I I ' attached to the urscnt deficiency em-! poverinfr him to sell these properties j to any private interest but not to the | -Vnited Stares government. The pro-! : eceds to be held in the treasury until, after the war. Whether the German owners will re! eeive the money vcou!d be determined ! by the j>eaee terms. American proper!-.- in Germany the: commissioner was told, is subject to' such action. T.ikc treatment or Ger-. man property in the United States.' Air. Paljpcr told the roraroi'tec would hamper Germany and help the Unit-; ed States win the war. The committee by a party vote with the Republicans opposing. also approved an amendment to authori *e the; President tc take lean! title to the Ger-' man steamship piers and properties at Koboken. X. J. The Republicans opposed it fcarlnc it might lead to government ownership and operation of shipping facilities , after the v.ar. oinifco pny8iiipv ! BLtiiLJi ilUffffliSa I mmislers Strongly Worded Letter Goes Out to Justices and Mayors. Following Governor Cornvrclis suggestion that loafers be at work in iliCi-o perilous times. Sheriff A. M. Glover today sent a letter out to every justice 01" the peace apd mayor in Marion county urging Them to help him in the round up -work. * i The letter issued by the sheriff is pointed and gets down to brass tacks j giving exactly what issues are become j the people. ? The letter which is self explanatory ; is as follows: | Dear Sir:?My attention has bech | frequently called to the fact that then' are quite a few people that are not f INTO THE FIGHT!" hington) j;. w**p^^SBnBS9vBvBV<r^ itoidy?me mate, there s a periscope working the required 26 hours per week and have continued to loaf for a period oi several months which is strictly forbidden by the laws of out state, as the governor of West Virginia is jumping all over us for allowing It tir.d insisting that the law must be enforced during these war times, and as wc realize ourselves, as well as he. that during war times there js no place for an idler, and every able bodied mail should be compelled to perform his ":iual share of labor in order to provide breed and other food stuflfs to help support - himself and his community and in that way help to win this great war. 1th eret'orc request of you that you proceed at once to run down all vagrancy violators and compel! them to so to work or punish them to tbe The We Woma / By that we do not mea then dismisses woman as & papers do that, and it has w< The West Vi in Princ The West Virginian rec ft does it frankly, fully and Woman's page devoted to ti amateur athletics ?nd a fin; convenience of readers. T they do not want in the pa er West Virginia newspape as in every-way the equal < ^ The West Virginian ta presented fully and fairly think it the proper thing tc explains the declining influ ter is treated in accordance ft erf- CnT\4nAfe oro tvuavu MAW V-upon. That this is apprecis our editorials.. They write to the topics of the day as \ * All. of this sets a new si regular reader of <ri)c? Delivered to: By A , Five Dollars | farrieiw/ f \ < ^ thU coaS&SSuebiL* ~V7~ taarM rery-reZectaflb-. * ?? nr/wnro ' Educators Talk at > Rotary Club Luncb At today's meeting of tb? Botax* club. President ftttier. of the Fairmont Normal school, and City Superintend-! ent of Schools Wilson made brief remarks about outstanding features of, the national educational meetings which they recently attended la the Cast. Br. Rosier told of the pxepara-. tions that are being made for the xe-j education of men now in the army who are wounded in sacks way as to incapacitate them from taking up their old employments and Br. Wilson told how the war preparations hare brought out America's serious lack of industrial education. Kfforta were made at the meeting to hare the dab well represented at Rotary meetings to be beld in Pittsburgh Saturday of this week and at Zanesriile' two days of next week. NHUI COLONEL IMS EH LIEUT. Met Him Face to Face in a Trench During Raid on Foe. > : (By Associated Pros*> "WITH AMERICAN* ARMY IN* FRANCE, March 7.?An American! staff colonel while with a French raid-; iag party for the purpose of securing information a few days before his men took up their posit to nln the new American sector, oh the Lorraine front met a Prussian lieutenant in an enemy trench and ca'ptured him. Tlio colonel witlr-an Americas captain brought t'Sz Prussian officgp-back ] to the Hnc*uie American are sow oc-| cupyiag. j The German raid in this sew sector. | occurred on Monday night a sharp j fight taking place in which the Ger-! ; mas suffered a repulse wtib losses. In. | it a unit which was among the most : recent arrivals displayed the custom-) i arv American fighting energy and ap-; parently gave the enemy a much war-1 iter reception than he expected. I WRIGHT-W1LSGM. Thomas Key Wright, of Montana, and Miss Mabel Wilson, of Hutchinson were united in marriage this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the residence of the. officiatin g ^minister. Rev. C. E. Goodwin. pastor of the First M. E. church. jst Virgil in's New n that it prints a few feature omething unworthy of further >n the merited resentment of h rginian Way i :iple and in Ej agnizes woman's importance i without the slightest effort to le household?but we also hamcial department These are hey help people to find what t per. Where The West Virginia :r is in the news and editorial of man. ikes,care that subjects in whic and with adequate editorial c< ) make their editorial pages fo: ence of some newspapers. In ' s with what we conceive to be ' especial interest to women s ited is proved by the fact that us about the articles and show are men?more so in many ine fcandard in West Virginia jour k$t m roar home by Iarrier for 15 ee .gents outside of city, 18c ner ' totM^LSem dfiflan to be beA in Washington on March eighth, officials at mostihg March first, opposed the (Uscoathm- A ace ot assigned cars. This situation is so serious to oar _^2ja entire section that *? hope roar ef tores to idlers the deplorable conditions Trill soon show substantial IraptoTcmont We offer any assistance sre can sire yen." At Other Points. mesMgm wQl go to Mr. MoAdoo from other counties in this see- . V"! tioa ot the state. It is likely that three '| or tour messages will ho sent to him / today from Clarksburg. An effort ^s Saw being made to interest Taylor. Upshur > -.~t other eonnties in emphasizing the -83 attitude of the Baltimore and Ohio officials towards the Monongah dfrt- . a si on. Lumber shippers got together at the Camden hotel at Wee ton and Jr< made a protest to TV. G. McAdoo regarding the car shortage alleging that none of those represented at this meeting had shipped enough lumber since January 1 to pay for operating .expeases. Monongalia Operators Ask Advance. "Thin rein" operators of Monongalia county held a meeting at Morgan town . ^ last night and adopted a resolution asking for the increase in selling price as was granted operators of similar . - " .3B mines in Preston county. Such reso- <?? lutions have the assurance of J. Wal- y ter Barnes. Federal Fuel Administr* ; tor. and C. Ross Jones, chairman ot [Monongalia county's coal committee, that they will have their approval. . Bach operator stated his tonnage in the petition made out. Beeaon's Good Suggestion. A. C. Beeson, of Worthmgton. mads a suggestion at the meeting of the Fairmont Coal club held yesterday which . --jM is gaining considerable force as it pen* etrates into the thoughts of those who are seeking every possible means of -9 advancing the Interests of this coal district. Mr. Bee son's suggestion is that General Superintendent J. M. Scott. . -'.g Superintendent Charles W*. Dineen and . j Chief Clerk Gail Fishback be invited "~5M to the Coal club dinners. It Is certain that these railroad men, whose work is of such vital importance to ? } this region, would be Impressed with . v?S the sincerity of the coal operators in their effort to market as much coal as possible at this time and it is almost certain that the railroad men would .^j[ be encouraged to extra effort to haa> gg Idle the situation to the beat possible ~ I advantage. | FOOD CONSERVATION MEETING At Baxter school house on Friday | evening at 8 o'clock a patriotic meet- ' 9 ing will be held to consider food con[ serration. The speakers will be Prot I Joseph Rosier. Mrs. J. A_ Meredith and Miss Blanche E. Price. lian is a I spaper# 1 !6 labeled "for women" and consideration. Many news- . -M fl igh spirited members of th# |jl s Different? J cecution I a the present day world and i be patronizing. We have a ve a sport page devoted to fil mere classifications for the hey want and to avoid what |jl n is in advance of every othpolicy which treats woman -|jl . m h women are interested are' raiment. Many newspapers \ >|| r men only. Incidentally that fhe West Virginian all mat its importance and its inter- - 9 ire frequently commented many women regularly read that they are as keenly |diire:; tances, to tell the full troth- j nalism. Are you, madam, pg / . ... nts oer week. ^I - *r -- &&&&&