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^ VyQi/y T BShB^3^L^. Jyry BR/P^C^^1*ELL;-'m PE6-LEG6HI SL 13- v\ msw:ai* v-.POTWBE& I oat the picture on all four sides. | carefully fold dotted line 1 its [ i length. Thca dotted line I and ; . fold each section underneath J Sflonner bnildiug?Modern Woodmen of the World. ~ Red. Men's hall?Wa not a Council, uc ; "gree ci Pocahontas. BWjSijXomal school?Mozart and Lyceum gp?''-:- Literary. societi es. ' Gaston avenue?llecital by pupils o: i?? Miss Iva Ginkel at her studio, pf-i' Jeyenne school?War garden meeting. J HSg?; First Baptist church ? Mother and; |p??:.. daughter banquet by Y. W". C. A. "IHrst Presbyterian ? Norma! course ; ?&?;-; :iMfller school?Basketball, Miller vs. [ gl&v: . Falrvietv grades. jfejr-llaccitbee hail ? Badge presentation i agasp>ji,r. vnarcr newt ucu?.?>,%.* ?.*,?*. !j|j^._afternoen the charter of the Mld-Wcsr f^--:Sox. company was received by A. G. 1 gl^. ;' Martin, county clerk, for record. The jja^ycompany's chief works will be in Fair-/ K; TBiont and it will manufacture corru-' p- > gated Sberboard products. The aa-; H5g?? thorizetl stock is $150,000 and the raV!-amount subscribed is $60b. The irs jfe.-;:"corporators are: W. H. Fairchild, J. ' l&inP..Brant, and K. K. Haakilis. all of 111 ! p,; West Washington street. Chicaso. and Kgi;'-' Samuel S. Cochrane, "William Boshart apd John D. Biggcrs, ail ol Toledo, o. j Hgp^v" Granted a License?Late yesterday ' afternoon a high explosive license was ' Hg issued to Janes II. Baker, ot Fairgfe-r.inont, manager for the Baker-Clark J; . Supply company, by A. G. Martin, counclerk.' It is a vendor's license. j Savings Society Meets?The Fifth ! S?f:-:' Grade War Savings society of the Mil-! ' "ler school held its semi-monthly meet- j t lag yesterday in the auditorium. Ad-! ? . dresses were made by Carl Johnson Rggyaad Virginia Clayton. Prof. Ralph S. Beckner talked to the pupils 011 the Kj?g~. matter of the associated membership I cards which are being distributed ' jpgyt among the patrons of the school by the 1 members of the W. S. S. gpr-;: i-etter irom ussnon ? kussw i.iiin. 1 8g??-\ .of the Dixie theatre, is in receipt "of ! letter from Will Deslioa. formerly |pfe::. manager ot the Grand theatre, wlto had-.been 01 for the past four months g?V . ', at home in Huntington having suf- j jR:-' - fered a stroke of paralysis. This let-: Efc";' ter isthe first Mr. Deslion has attempt- : EK" ' ed to write himself since taken ill and i K , from the tone of the letter his local i 1^?:.'-.friends are encouraged to believe he wilHnrentnally recover entirely from gp^'.V.'- Deeds Filed?Today these deeds: I filed for record witl: A. G. Maraunty clerk: Ada M. Harr. et 0 L. H. Keener et ux.. lot 6, iu 1, Boyer addition to the city of ;ont. $1; A. S. Lindsey et ux.. F. Crane, lot 7, block 38. in the oat Development Company's atlto the city of Fairmont, front- J a "Walnut avenue. 51: William : ux.. of Uniontovm, Fa., to John j ry et ux.. lot 9. Brookside add:- ! > the town of Monongah. front-; 1 Brook .street. $3; Margaret r et ux.. to John C. Jacobs, lot ist Worthington addition to the >f Worthington. 51. ^tiFCf_Mfec TTtVial T^onnf?*t E||h-; of Grafton, is tie guest of Mr. and Bgl/. Hrs. C. 3D- Summers in this city. Nurse Visits Home?Miss Draxle :j;r ' Baker, of the Cook hospital nursing; who had been ill. left today for | Ill's* Tjsit to her home at Pullman, IV. Va. |?X'v-SprlnB Is Here-?Yesterday was the j first day of spring according to the ^'.calendar and the maximum temperature reached was 67. There was a ^typical April shower in which there ^ :;<Kas .01 of an inch of rainfall. People | . are already digging their gardens and bonfires are to be seen about the town Sk"*"-' Outst of Daughter? Mrs. 3. R. GarI JtATE WANT ADS S|iSPpSj BKM'i'?Two-room cottage, fir-e ' % garden. State street. Bast Side. j p|6D0 i aosth. Apply Utilities Cor- < [' WANTKO?Woman to do housework \ gythy day. Sirs. Doolittle, 412^ Jackson j - Sleeping room^4l| i BC4BWfr MWBtt ty 23, and Lillian J?- KftiiraM. A Mktf i! FairmontGive* Bond?Today liOce Sautter* , g?r? bond In the sain of $?00 b*fors Jostle* Conaway to answer * charge of bringing In several qnarts of whiskey and several quarts of win* at the next session of the grand lory. Be Ilses on the East Side and was arretted last night by Constable MichaeL B. A O. Station Removed?Yesterday the B. & 0. railroad station at Colfax was removed 400 yards ease of the former site and trains began making their stops at the new station beginning yesterday. The station is opposite the home of Hiram Nichols. Caught an Alii Carp?Bert Knowleton. of the White Cloud restaurant, i caught a French carp in the river near j the first lock on Wednesday afternoon, which weighed 4J/? pounds. i At 3arraekvil!e ? This morning at! 10 o'clock Rev. C. D. Mitchell, pastor J of Central Christian church, made an ; address at the chapel exercises of the j Barrackvillo school and this afternoon ! he and Mrs. Mitchell went to Manning- : ton where Mr. Mitchell made arrangements lor services which he will hold in that city Sunday. Jag Cost $10? John Dunanithc was bcrore Acting Mayor Albert J. Kern j this morning charged with being drank, lie was arrested yesterday; evening about 0:30 o'clock on Madison t street by Policeman Kackfe and taken to the city jail. At court this morn irtg he did not deny the charges and J was lined $10, which lie paid and was dismissed. New Ni$ht Dispatcher?C. H. Cain has been appointed night disrtcher at Clark'-burg by the Monongahela Valley Traction company. He will succeed Robert K. L,. Ferriae. Power of Attorney?By the filing oi"; proper papers laic this afternoon wtiiij the office of the county clerk At-; torney It". Kenneth Barnes is iiamctij art attorney for the Barshur Coal Com-i party, which has its principal office in I Fairmont. . ML 8.FJ LAi ~ 10 BE C0LTIVATE0 i < Five Hundred Acres Will be Devoted to General Farming. j Every available acre of land owned j by the Greater Fairmont Investment; company will be under cultivation this summer. All ci the company's laud; which might possibly be tilled has i been distributed among the people of ,, Fairmont and surrounding districts, j At this early date there is not tn acre ' a>.aiinle which has not cither been;, rented or given atvmy for cultivating ; , purposes. ; ; In ail the company has about 3.300 ,, acres ol land. About 000 acres are i available for farming purncses and j will be tinder cultivation this summer, j j Desiring to encourage food grow- j \ ing the company has distributed acre , i alter acre free of charge for use during j th" summer. 01 any persons put their1, applications in early and were fortu-' nate in getting a strip of land. AH j ] available land has now been disposed i /-?<* -1 n rf V.- ill bo f I.hirotorl l'llSt 51 ? ?AA31 ' ' as the -weather permits. : Embargo on Freight For New York City j; is--.:,r T'-'' V .tfh il NEW YORK. March 22.?Congestion , of freight in cars and warelioi^ss and on piers here caused the freight traf- ; fic committee of the North Atlantic : ; states to announce today that an embargo would be placed effective at the ;, cioso of business Saturday against fur- ] ther receipt here of freight in less j i than car load lots from other parts of ] the country. GARDNER'S FORMER AID SUCCEEDS HIM " ~^-A '*v>n ' ?9PIpm| hi 1 ^pTr.T.Tvpp^-^/iit-oaagtK / Meet Repre?entat!ve LuOdn of Maslacbnsetts. He wu for 16 rear* seo etair and political adrlsor to tie late SLutrJstns P. Gardner whom is woseeds. Gardner, loss tie chief pre>arednesa adrocate of the house, save ip his seat when America entered the >rer and became a major in the army. 2e died recently from illness in camp. The light o! the north star is estlnated to be ISO times stronger timaj hat of the sua.^ \V. \Z. Basnet. of Wcrihingtot;, a I con.-table. swore thai he saw Jones! and his brother. Manuel. In Arch i Morgan's stare In Worthiugton on the J day of the holdup. Basnet set the J date by the fact that an overcoat had ! been stolen?on the same day of thet holdup at the river while a party; was skating. Arch Morgan, of Worthington. a1 merchant, testified that he fixed the j date of the hold-up of a robbery at the ! t river while a party was skating there.; r Mr. Morgan thought it was on a Fri- 0 tiay that the overcoat was stolen. j r C. It. Tootliman. of 393 Hamilton; s street, vice president of the Fair-: v mont "Wall Plaster Company, testified! jthat he was of the opinion the river; j was no; frozen over sufficiently- Ior| r skating before December 10. ! c Wayne L. Meredith, of Fairmont.' t testified that the ice was not frozen ! a over the jivcr before December 10. j ^ Witnesses in the case of the State , vs. Samuel Grcco. indicted for felon-; r io.ts shooting. wene discharged until i a Monday morning at 9 o'clock. ! Judge Haymond this afternoon i r A STORY ol beauty in footwear tha these war times, it is safe Jto aj binations of style, aeatneee and comfn The popular iAfVance. and the I] beautiful Raster models to both high i Steadfast and Boston!bus for mei Misaea and children's allots Is ah See our display before purchas aid gaiters- fee ICE & ee. it this pnctm Prosecuting tttamr Vmtgmtr ttlt IBm Deegtnr o rt&tMh her mammy and read ber etet In them Cantor had fixed the j a^e as either December 11 or Decern- J ier 16. Her notea ah owed that alter Er. Haggerty's inquiry that Cantor ad fixed dee date at either 11 or lis Ater Silas Deegan's notes show thac] then Mr. Haggei ty aaid the 16th of j tocember was oo a Stuedajs^Cantor j eplied. "It must hare been the 27th j hen, because it was s Monday." 1st-1 r her notes show that Cantor said it j ras on Friday. December 21. Justice of the Peace B. C. Coofile.. ?f Rivesville, who has lived Jo that lace since 1S51, testified that he :nev Jones ten years. He recalled eeing Jones about the power plant at tivesvllle on Xovember 25. which ras a Sunday, the day Jones claimed e went to visit his father-in-law. At this Juncture Judge Haymond .nnounced that he would allow that ortlon of James Stewart's testimony ocating Jones in Rivesville on or bout the time of the alleged offense. Jriginally- the court ruled it out beause at that time it apapfeatly was [ rrelevant. ns meet win mm ? Representatives of Six Coun | ties Are in Fairmont j Todav. County fuel chairmen from six counics are meeting with State Fuel Ad- j ninistrator J. V>" alter Barnes at his; iffice in the City building this after j toon for the puropsc of discussing! evera! matters of importance in coa- j tection with the fuel situation. Titc, tailoring are present: Dean Jones, j Ionongalia county; C W. Evans. Ma- i ion county: Joseph Gibson. Preston; aunty; rt. E. Talbott, Barbour coun-j y; E. D. Talbott. Randolph county, j md C. K. Titlow of the state depart-! oent of agriculture. The subjects to come before the neeting for a general discussion are * is follows: 1?Necessity of getting: . fuel supply during the summer for irotection against a domestic Fue. hortage next winter. 2?The use of rood for fuel in regions where avail-1 ible. 2?Observance of lightless j lights anil local coal prices. Last week a meeting of the county [ oa! men was held in Martinsburg. j Yednesdr.r a similar meeting -was | icld at Clarksburg. Other meetings I till be held at Wheeling and Parkers ' urg at some late rdate. yermans Shot Two Catholic Priests i JJy Associated Pr<-rs> I-ONTjOX. March 22.? The cxccu-j on in Brussels o? two Roman Catholic , riests on a charge of espionage is rc- i on ed in an Kxchange Telegraph dir.- j i atch from Amsterdam. Eight other j, riesis. the dispatch says, have bom j t ntenced to imprisonment at hard la- J . Dr for iife at Brussels oa charges of i ' spionage. I f ONE WEEK UJ Do Your Easter 1 Star Cast 117 Mail Cin*?r f'nro/I ITamp r)f*rlh. JUgai v_* V3ji >- va ? ?Prime Roast Beef, per po' Sirloin or Porterhouse, na . Legs of Spring Lamb, per Dry Picked Fancy J Golden SPEC 3 Pounds Nec t must be Sees to be appreciated. TP ly that Easter 1918 has brought us mc rt, all much desired qualities, aad at j Tier Drew line, the latter Just a new amTlow shoes. Prices 82.50 to 510. i at fX.Tato 811. All kinds of work Ml . sixes sad lasts aad latest colors at $ of Easier offerings in diM ng elsewhere. All the lat?ft eariy, spring. ^ # cHARD > HOSIERY FOR ALL TBI charged the jury. i At - o'clock this afternoon Prosecut-j " ins Attorney Hasgerty addressed the; ^ .'try. lie asked for a verdict of guilty * at the bands of the jury. j 15 Thnrrdjy Afternoon. T.ate yesterday afternoon the tic- ? Tease opened its ease by culling James Stcwarr. of Rivesville. He swerc that : he knew Harry Jones intimately; that j T he never knew Jones to wear a hat. j h In the description ffivsn by Zasloff hot said one of the highwaymen wore a ; / cap and-thc other a hat. j V J. AV. Amos, a carpenter of Rives- j ville. fa.ther-in-lnw of Harry Jones, i testified that Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1 Tones came to his house on November j ?5 and remained there until AVcdncs- | Soy, N'ovember 2S. Amos testified I .. that Jones came to his borne for the.! 1 purpose of securing a job and rotnov- : p ins there. Amos swore positively jR thst Jones w.-? at his home on the | eight in question. Mrs. J. V.". Amos testified that i Tones was at her home on N'ovember j >c t?mllcH riif. date bv Airs.i^ Harry* Jones coming to her home on ? :lie Sunday prior to Thanksgiving! Pay. E. V.". Jones, orBefhlehem. sa;d his , son Harry and his wife went to the j home of Mr. and Mrs. Amos on >"o- : rember 25. He accompanied them. j Mrs. Harry Jones testified that her J husband was at her parents* home in the night in question. She swore ; positively that-Jones was there and! fixed the date of going there as being | .he Sunday before Thanksgiving Day. : They did not leave Riresville until j the Wednesday before Thanksgiving: Day. Miss Katherir.e T. Deecan. a public i stenographer, was the next witness. j She made a stenographic report of the preliminary hearing for the de- i fense. She testified from her recollection | that Joe Cantor in hia testimony be- ; rore Justice Conaway had sworn that ! Zasloff was robbed on December 14.1 He also gave the dates of December 11 and December 1 4 and later caid it was December IT and December 21. Judge Storgiss and Attorney Lazelle Have Set to ^ in Court SMaj?*> i Lively argaxneot ensued In the atrctrK ooixrt this stfeinoon it 12:20 o'clock before Judge Haymond -when Judge George C. Storgiss. of Monongalia. county, and Attorney L G. Lazelle. of Morgantown, bad s ran-ia. The tongue lashing lasted tor probably j three or four minutes. The argument arose oat of a case in which John W. Wiles, a real estate mam. had brought a chancery cause against Judge Sturgiss. In the rush of business. Jodge Sturgiss claimed, the letter did not reach Fairmont in time and he was unable to reach his attorney here by telephone and due to the misshap Judge Haymond issued an order in favor of the plaintiff. Judge Sturgiss : was here today to ask the court to j set the order aside. Attorney Lazelle thought that Judgej Sturgiss should be subject to the: "firm" and "pretty strong lines" that he holds others down to in Jlonon-j galia county. "People ought to give just what they receive" declared Mr.; Lazelle. lie recalled a case in which the same 3Ir. Wile was a defendant! some time ago in which the Judge: overruled the mztl-^?. Ha declared: he "was either not acting in goc j faith then or not in good faith now." In this case said Mr. Lazelle a party was sick 2nd that excuse is a thousand times bciter than the one Judge Sturglss offers. Jttdge Sturgiss then acrose and claimed that Mr. Lazelic had not presented the facts fairly and he reviewed them. It was the cause of Albert Wolf vs the Glover Realty Company in which Mr. Fletcher, a non resident attorney, came to the court room at the specified time and after the proper anouncement was- made and no response followed the order was ever-: ed. Judge Sturgiss said it was Cot; his business to go to the court house ! steps and make an announcement of | the fact. Later Judge Sturgiss said he recon-j sidered the matter and after Mr. I Fletcher returned to Morgantown by. notice, considered all of the facts and i then decided to let the order stand.! His honor contended that in Monon-' galia county he does the juvenile work ? and as that is held in chambers nat-; uraiiy nothing would appear on the I records. After Judge Sturgiss had j said that he said he recognised the Supreme Court of Appeals as the means of determining whether anyj injustice had been done. To this Mr. Lazelic veiled, 'in some cases."' This; nettled the aged jurist and he aired ; his grievance with the county courtof Monongilia county for which Mr. Luzotlo is counsel. in nis remuns the judge repeated that it was the duty i j of the circuit court to try the case, jl Judge Sturgiss intimated that he 9 wv.s no quitter and said "you may call jfl the spirits trom the vast depths."jl Jttdsa i iavmond tried to quiet the! I matter at one stage, but finally let it! I go the limit. Judge Haymond direct-! id the counsel for both parties to sub-| mil affadavits and said hq would pass-fc' ipon the matter later, giving notice j I to each party concerned when it will! I jc heard. j I OTIL EASTER Shopping at the i Market I i Street 28'/2C and 23c live beef, lb 35c lb .. 35c i Roasting Chickens. l Fowl ! :ial k Bones?25c " ?> ? | I- - J I j I I ulllmL Bfll Cd? i i Rial of Hairy Jones Con- t tixraes to Occupy Time 35 | the Court. \ SnhntWtar ?rr?.nrji to confHct. -with - that of several o t the State's witness- j es vto fixed the date of the bold-np r of Isidore Zasiaff -was the principal t feature today m the case of the State * vs. Harry Jones, charged with high- T way robbery. Several of the State's c witnesses swore they set the date of f hold-ap by the fact that an overcoat j was stolen along the river bank, near 9 Worth txigton. the same day, while j skating was being'indulged in. The v defense produced ' witnesses that I swore that there was no ice on the river before December 10 to U. The * robery occurred on November 26. Harry Jones, the accused, was the | a first witness for the defense and he ( denied he was at the Annabeile trel-'c lev stop on the night of the robbery, j i or had visited Arch Morgan's store! between J and 7 o'clock. Jone3> _ claiair. he was at itivesvil'.c that night, j I L. G. Hoibcrt testified that in the! R trial of Manuel Jones Joe Cantor j swore that he knew Jones by hiS| t>;ittrl anrt not his face. " i BBZTISH AHHT HEADQCABTKRS TS FWNCE. Kirch 22.?On* of tbm matt taSUnt coantar attacks oocoired at Dot*nl?- Tb* British adranced with inftntrr and tank* at 7 p. m. and attar Sarca drew* Home P SfesoM the enemy attack omr (bores, U will And on: fortifications feady lor the iarasloc?sad ? Tins welcome swatting klm. Whether xlctorr revolt* from the cannon's month depends ?a the men behind the sons. It only lute* a knockdown blow to Aslsh a wan with shaky nerwes, with headache ? with kidneys or Crtr Impaired. Hague -has said, that "gout Is rhen- < matlsm. and rheumatism is gout." If uric acid Is formed in excess within the body It is passed on to the kidneys, which act u a filter to pass ett this poison. If the excess is sot excreted by the kidneys, It Is distributed through the tissues. The choice sites for such storage ire in the Joints, muscle-sheaths. when the circulation Is <, weakest, and where also the alkalinity of the blood Is lowest. Consequently we most do eTerythlng to throw off this uric add poison, and simple methods are best Flush the kidneys. SPECIAL WAR ROBB & I Bri'.g Your Basket an ISO Deliveries at Th FRESH SPARE H Home made Country Link ? Fancy Frankfurt Sausage, ] Lean Boiling Beef, per lb. . Fancy Lean Pork Shoulder Hickory Smoked Shoulders Choice Roast Beef, Chicker Always a Large, Fresh 1ROBB&* Just One I of C TRADE-E You Can Get a ] Your Old In TRAD THIS \ ^ We making a s you have-an old instrui make, you can get a fair ed on any new instrum that be a "new piano, pla; It is an unusual thir meat in on a Columbia week "we have given the exchanging their old ins instrument they want. day left in which to mak ? / . AU the latest rolls i thousands of records fo: Keiley M 114 Main Street Texas reports the maklas Of Af IIclone table ajrnp from.-% rotection J tween meals. A pint of kit watv / half hour before seals. - - v. and assist the kidneys to flnih ?st thai nrlc add poisons. During erid orratoy^ 7':j&S& irecther tie circulation is apt to be :.;/Jj sluggish and tie blood stream aetaidr.1 % ed- If uzie add is present it to apt toj 1 clog the capillaries. This aiwanla tori .38 many acute conditions, aoci as beed-j JkBBb and dull mind. As the condition pro-j - S|| cresses, we often hare lumbago. dto " '^'sBa case of the heart and arteries, break- 3 and gouty symptoms. - Eat less meat. . '- > drink more rater, and take An-orle (double strength) after meals and at ; bed time for eerersl weeks at a time. v?|| and you wtn bo free from arte add >v and the diseases that roller. Anoxic Is a recent sdentUcdfseoimf by Dr. Pierce, Chief of Staff at tbe'Xne vaiids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, to "ia Buffalo. N. Y. Send 10c to him for ? cl trial package of Anarlc. SOc tor iarxa. J ?^zz^zzz^zzzz^ziizzzzz^zzzz^jr^ | TIME PRICES - M CRAMER 1 "5^Sol d Conserve Gasoline. ese Special Prices. (IBS.. 18c lb. 1 Sausage, per lb. ...... 23e per lb. ? ... 19c 1 s, while they last, lb. 23c , per lb. 28c is, Turkeys, Country VealL ' mIw Stock to Select From. IKAMER 4ore Day N SALE I f Better Price For I LStrument If ED IN 1 VEEK |J specialty of tra?!ng?4? nent, no matter what price for it to be applient you want, whether J1 yer piano or Grafonola. II ., "<4|| rr -f-n tolro on nM lTlSfrTE- - ig ovs uuiiu an uiu > --- Grafonola. During this people the privilege of trument in on any new \ There is just one more * ?that exchange. or your player pianos* your talking machine* I x x T Phone ;82&.:v< ^.<BBhHW8fcfll . . y>^| "" I - ' ;>/V ' * - - k-v -- ' WjSSCQaI?SM . v . |$. $3 ' - - ^m^J'SSSSW