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Musical Comedy.
Hippodrome Some Pretty Babies'
Nelson A Camouflage Kiss
B Dixie...Cavanaugh of Forest Rangers;
Princess Beloved Traitor
!? DECISION as to who is the most 1
/\ popular American author lies been I
*Mefinltely aided by the "movies."
He is apparently none other than the '
Immortal "O. Henry," whose name in
the last year has been made a house- J
hold word wherever motion pictures'
are known. General Film Company j
has already released fifty-two of his
greatest short stories in picture form, j
providing a living library of the:
works of the "American Kipling." as j
he has been called. Public Interest :n ,
the works of "O. Henry" has increased I
tremendously since the first of these j
pictures was produced. A New York;
collector ha* just paid- the record-1
breaking price of $810 for a letter j
written by the noted author. This is i
said to be the highest price ever paid :
for such a relic of an American au-|
thor, and exceeds the price?, paid for i
the letters of many of the world's
most famous authors.
"'" "Soma Pretty Babies" at Hippodrcne.
Jack Roof's "Some Pretty Babieo" j
are stationed at the Hippodrome for j
the week. The show came in yester- j
day from Morganlown where it had a <
big week. In the company are many
now faces, but several of the princi'"
-* - * wnrp I
* pais Wltn me snow ui Luis n.u i ..? ,
here with the company last fail, nota- j
bly Joe Fields, a cr median and ohanicter
actor ol considerable fame. On j
Its last appearance here the company i
. made a splendid impression and won a:
place among the best tabloid attrac-1
Uons playing at Manager Fisher's |
house this season. The company's re;;
turn will undoubtedly be welcomed
by large audiences, especially since it
is promised that the show is even better
than before. The scenery has all
been renewed and an entire new wardrobe
will be displayed by the chorus.
It Is claimed that all three bills which
? will be presented during the week ere
entirely new to Fairmont *nd that the
, peppy dancing chorus will be a revelation.
A Mack Sennett comedy will be
shown the first two days of the week
along with the stage attraction, followI
* ed on Wednesday and Thursday by anI
f other episode of "The Lost Express."
Dixie Has Big Bill Today.
Along with "Cavanaugh of the ForI
est Rangers," a Vitagraph Blue RibI
bon feature, the Dixie will today show
I ; two episodes of "The Eagle's Eye," the
great expose of the German spy system
la America. Neil Shipman and
I . Alfred Whitman are starred in the
If former which is a screen version of
Hamlin Garland's picturesque western
jj romance. The "Eagle s Eye" episones i
ire numbers six and seven, tbe former 1
PI jelng scheduled for last week but wa3
rrpwded out on account of the r.how.ng
PgV if "The Unbeliever." All told th's
r?}, makes nine reels on the Dixie's proKBfPV.
jram" for today and insures Manager
Linn's patrons an entertainmeut of
unusual strength.
' Historic China aijd Alaska's Wonders,
life Among the many interesting things
shown in Lyman H. Howe's Travel
HKvv festival, which will be presented at the
I Brand tomorrow, Is the manner in
Ml which Chinese commercial men use to
advantage the human slaves of the
Orient?the coolies. Though nominal b?:;;'
ly not In bondage, they ha re :o labor
Bp? for twelve hours per day and receive
Ij;;; ; as compensation lc per tour, living in
jofV"/ squalor in floating cities of Vrats. *:Te
film of China also shows exciting
dragon-boat racing, an odd Chinese
Mjfiy; wedding, rare interior glimpses c-f the
1?/.' Forbidden city, sacred tombs of the EmBfi'
perors, and many other interesting
HO things of the celestial empire.
In another part of the program we
see an intrepid mountaineer go Into
the wilds of the northwest and capture,
Hj^V with the assistance of trained dogs, a
wild mountain lion, while elsewhere in
H; - the entertainment is shown the kodiok
bear, the largest and most vicious of
H'^.j;, beasts In Alaska, being bagged by a
H daring hunter.
Refined comedy of the highest type
will be afforded in the presentation 01
fast and furious fun at Coney Island,
by day and night. Every inch of this
IV.'- film is full of human interest and
Hi sheer good humor which makes the
HP"' picture ring true to life, while the
I mgnt scenes are maveis 01 nocturnal
Alaska's wonder3, showing In most
;/r spectacular fashion immense falling
5 Icebergs, dredging for gold and numerous
other incidents of our northernmost
territory, is another of exceptional
The almost incredible achievement; 1
K . of giant caterpillar war tractors
manipllated by Uncle Sam's soldiers
provides patriotic thrills, while corap
edy is infused throughout the entire
^ . entertainment by Howe's original and
SI". ; exclusive animated caricatures.
jf A New Kind of a Kiss.
M^ss June Caprice, the "Sunshine
shine Maid." will be seen at the Nelson
today in William Fox's latest photoplay,
"A Camouflage Kiss." In it
Miss Caprice plays the part of a young
It-v girl who becomes ergaged to a man
because her brother-iu-law needs mis
man in business. The brother in-law
is a producer of pen:, but Hoover's
fit..... "Eat less meat," puts a crimp in the
pork business. He leavis hat a man
! he.knows is doing welty in ti\e manufacture
of beans for commercial use.
tp, So he proposes a combination of pork
and beans. Believing that the brotherIn-law
cap help him in his suit for
h eune a obuu, iuo yum uian niiaii} ,
fe Consents to the amalgamation of the.
pork and the beans. With the aid of
?1? the brother-in-law, the pork man beHf?.
comes engaged to June. But he's very
BY: ehy. He makes a bad move. He gets
Bfe\ another man to steal a kiss from June
It In the dark, hoping to leave the im||
- pression with June that he bad been
3 brave enough to steal the kiss. When,
B however, the man kisses June in the
B daylight, June knows right away that
f it is the earns kind of a kiss she had
1 lids brings on a complication. Pork
B and beans and love get nicely mixed.
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j~ v.AL SOci
t? ?
Meets Tcnight.
The MaeFarland chapter of the j
Westminster Guild will meot this j
evening in the parlor of the Presbyterian
church at 7:30 o'clock. Misse3 j
Ethel iser and Deborah Fitzgerald will j
be the hostesses.
* * * |
Home Mission Circle to Meet.
Thn Home Mission Fl.-.iptr nf IS
First Mcthodiot Episccna! church wili i
meet tomorrow afternoon at 2: .10 ,
o'clocl; at the home of Mrs. Samuel
Lcoper on Pennsylvania avenue. Thl.-.
will be a social session, being the an-'
nual due tea and mite box opening.
In connection with the meeting a linen
shower will he held for the purpose ot
helping to furnish the annex to the
Thompson rest home at Mt. Lake park |
and contrihtuions of towels, table coy- ;
ers. sac'n curtains, etc., will be gladly 1
received. The Queen Esther Circle1
of the church rill furnish a room of
the rest home with lir.en.
* * * ?
Rehearsal for Sing.
Ail singers of the community arc i
asked to attend the rehearsal tonight
at the First M. E. church when a
choruR of as many voices as obtainable !
will be established to do community j
singing, much of which will be In de-1
maud in the next several months.
Members of the Choral Club, school
aud church singing organizations and
ar.j one who sings rega;dles3 cf their i
connection with any muuical organi-i
zetion, are asked to ptlend. The j
chorus will be compose'd of both old. I
young and middle aged people and
music familiar to all will be sung under
the direction of W. r>. Barrington.
The rehearsal will he held at I
7:30 o'clock tonight and all are ru-!
quested to be in attendance.
Meets Tonight.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the First M. E. church. South, meets
tonight, at the church. The program
for the evening is as follows:
Fruits of the Year in Korea; Bible
Lessons, Mrs. A. L. Peters; Taper.
Miss Jennie Hustead; Life Story of i
Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Carl Yost; Pa- j
per. Mrs. Harvey Kopp; institutions
and Missionaries, Mrs. L. C. Boice;
talk by Mrs. Ward Downs.
* * *
Meets Tuesday.
The Robert E. Lee Chapter of the
U. D. C. will meet Tuesday night at
7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
John Henshaw at 715 Fairmont avenuo.
* * ?
Spend Week End With Friends.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Moore and son.
John, of Annabell t spent the week-j
end here the gues\ of the former's i
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Moore,'
and of Mrs. Moore's uncle, F. G. Boyd-1
ston and Mrs. Boydston. Mr. and,
Mrs. Moore and son leave here the 1
latter part of the week for Denver, I
Col., where they will reside.
Interest will be aroused in the announcement
of the marriage of Lieut.
Daniel Dawson, son of the late former
Governor Wm. M. 0. Dawson, and
Miss Cora A. Day, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Day, of Huntington, which
event was solemnized Saturday night
in the First Presbyterian rhnrrh tn
Huntington In the presence of rela- j
and somewhat refined. Miss Caprice
has an excollent supporting cast.
Story of a Man's Regeneration.
Mae Marsh as Mary Garland, the
simple little fisher-maiden In "A Beloved
Traitor," at the Princess, has |
added another appealing performance I
to her growing list of film character!- j
zations. She possesses a marked abil-!
ity to cvoko the sympathy of her audiences
and is always a natural and
charming figure in roles calling for
simplicity and humanness.
In addition to the fine performance
of Mae Marsh, splendid work is done I
by E. K. Lincoln as Judd. He was an j
excellent selection for the role and
played with force and distinction. The
part of Myrna is well taken by Hedda
Hopper, who is an exceptionally pretty
young actress. J. A. Furey was well
cast as the kindly priest.
The picture has been artistically
staged. Beautiful scenes of coast
towns are shown. There is a rain-'
storm that is very elective. The atmosphere
of the little fishing town io ,
well caught and the old fishermen in
their oilskins present a real and in-;
teresting picture.
?''Plrfliroc I
welded together are probably the most;
attractive amusement before the pub- [
lie today," says The Dramatic Mirror.;
And that reminds us of the excellent
programs witnessed at the Dixie and
the important part the Dixie orchestra !
p'ays in the entertainments furnished.'
The bare announcement in the Dixie's
advertising that there will be "special,
music" dees not convey an adequate:
idea of the quality furnished by this I
litt'e hand of music makers. Edna:
Linn, who directs the orchestra, is an 1
accomplished pianist and widely ex-1
pcrienccd in moving picture accom-i
panimcr.t. which is always apparent in j
her mutual selections and their ren-'
dition. Altcr.se Swayne. Fred Morgan ;
and Glenn Amett are the other mem-;
bers of the Dixie orchestra.
?Danny Lund's Triangle Girls company
stopped over in this city yester- \
day for a few hours en route to Morgantown.
Little "Danny. Jr.," the i
pride of the troupe, and "the greatest |
little fellow in the world," according I
to "Dad"?and others?is traveling !
with the show and is standing the
knocks like a veteran. The show will i
be at the Hippodrome next week.
?California has long been famous j
for Its girl swimmers, and visitors to ,
the west shore beaches often marvel j
at the great number of the fair sex j
who are experts at the trudgeon, the )
crawl and other famous strokes calling
for great skill. As there is bound j
to be a shortage of life guards at the;
beaches this summer there is a move- j
ment on foot to organize the feminine
contingent to take up this work. The.1
girls frcm the Paramount-Mack Sen-!
nett comedy studios are responding to
call gallantly. , ,j:._
tives and Intimate friends. Following
the ceremony Lieut. Dawson returned
to Camp Sherman, Ohio, where he is
iccateu ana nirs. uav.-eun reinaineu ai
home v.ith her parents tor the present.
Prior to his enlistment, Lieut. Daw-;
son was engaged in the practice of law j
in Huntington. He formerly attended j
the W. V. U. at Morgantown and was
a member of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.
* ?
Guests from Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Howard and
Miss Norma N'icman, of Uniontown,
Pa., and the former's father. J. M.
Howard, of Masontown, Pa., motored
here yesterday and spent the wee!;
end at the home of the letter's son. Dr.
E. V?\ Howard, in Map'.c avenue. Dr.
Howard and family who recently sold
their property in Maple avenue are
moving this week to the A. Brooks
Fleming. Jr.. property in Fairmont
avenue which the latter has recently
vacated. Dr. Howard will occupy the
Fleming residence until they can construct
a residence on their lots in Loop
Hark section. The Maple avenue resiflonrA
was ?nlr? tn IT W RnttinrrAf
East Park, who will occupy it. i
? t * V
Meets Tonight.
The Young Ladies' Aid Society of
the M. P. Temple meets tonight at Red
Cross headquarters for service.
* * *
Meets at Parsonage.
Mrs. Clarence D. Mitchell will entertain
the Young Woman's Mission Circle
of the Central Christian church at
the parsonage tonight. A study program
will bo rendered.
Av. At. Attend. Per j
year to May 12 cent.
Oct. 191S of |
1916 gain
First M. E 503 546 S
Diamond St. M. E. 337 362 7
South M. E 159 165 4
Presbyterian 250 260 4
First M. P 185 214 16
First Baptist 27S 322 16
Palatine Baptist.. 1J2 129
Christian 187 1SS 1|
Lutheran 90 114 27;
The showing for yesterday was a j
very good one. Mother's Day ought to
bring out large crowds for a service.
Mrs, Abe Hawkins
Dies Suddenly
Mrs. Abe Hawkins, a well known 1
woman residing at Mannington, died I
on Sunday morning at her home after j
an illness of several days. Mrs. Haw- j
kins was thought to be recovering
from her Illness when she was suddenly
taken worse, death occurring In a
brief space of time.
The deceased is survived by her husband,
four sons and one daughter, the
latter, Mrs. J. P. Lazear, of Mannington.
Funeral services will be held on
Tuesday from her late residence.
Who Kissed Her?
Miss Caprice knows when she jj
I receives the second application ;i
| in the play that thrills. Laugh- "
I ter runs riot in this story.
( IN
| A Camouflage
A Romance of a Twentieth
Century Girl.
B !
3 "The Keys or the Righteous"
I and "A Waiter's Wasted Life."
Joe Fields and
Beauty Chorus
For The Baby Ir
And elsewhere, a Thernw
cool, clean and bacteria-]
is indispensible. It ke<
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\ V'AV \ "V ? jl I
\^g J
New Wince Millinery
in Advance
Summer Styles
The latest fashion tendencies
are shown in
Hats of White Milan
wV??r*li inplnrlp nil rVin
) new 1 a p s e,s?Sailors
j Modified Pok es and
Novelty Turbans.
Favored trimmings
are ribbons, wings, fe?
thers. Extremely smart
also are the White Milan
Straw Hats with black
trimmings, black velvet
and Glycerine Ostrich
being used.
In an interesting selection
and truly interesting
values at
$5.00 to S10-00
Not A Lu:
New Rugs Are'
Is there a woman who is n
! things? We doubt it, and so w
First we look to the qualit
keep their color until entirely v
Then wo look to the desigi
1 fresh and new.
We buy with care only choo
of our patrons. Just now asor
the newest patterns as well as
Office rooms third floor Profess-.
ional Building Apply:
Greater Fairmont Investment Co.
Real Estate Dept.
Fairmont Hotel Building.
) 15c am
Company of T;
in Georgeous Attire. Peppy
l The ..^i ?
>s Bottle
?ps milk
'IPlWl/f* TjWT/?k<et AV ?
ii iiJivc us>wu
Have an fares
Never before has an
tive stock of Dress Fabri
th! present season. To o
giving qualities at model
renu- test for thp fabrics
quitted ourselves credita
when you see the beautifi
assemblage of Dress Co;
hams and other fabrics.
3s?? iiie Womi
1)1 silka we are ready with s
particular requirements in plain 01
:olor range at prices that are v<
lualities and wholesale prices ted
Fancy Foulards .. 01.50 to $1 75
Fancy Taffets $1.75 to $2.75
Crepe-de-chine, Satins Georgette
Crepe. $1.65 to $3.00.
\ Kitcheni <
Kury?An Everj
No matti
withoutj it^is
All Whit
[n The Minds ot Hun
ot more critical whe i buying a rug tha
e make rugs a speci illy in this store,
y of the rugs we bu \ They must not
rorn out
is?by promptly disp 3s:ng ot discontin
sing such goods as w > are resonr.bly ce
tments of these jus.t y famous V.'hittall
the wanted sizes. A t early inspection
n ?
I Ladies, Attention.
Mr. A. W. Hatter, of the
Charleston Rug Mfg. Co.
Is In town taking orders for |
Rugs made of old carpet. Ladies I
having old carpets who would j
like to have them made into nice 3
rugs, please phone Kenyon Ho- g
tel. and ho will call with samples
ind will give all information de]
sired. H
>k iiiiw ntbn
:e at 2:45, 15c, Nights at 7:30 and
i 25c.
dented Artists |
Dancing Girls.
* MERIT ~~
lift ^
^ Andaii
nrameir Fabrics
ilstlMe Appaal
asembling of a representacs
required such care as at"
btain quantities in service ate
prices has been a supsection.
That we have acblv
must be acknowledged
ll new Silks, Ihe wonderful
itoiis- the handsome Ging?'^Dressma?ei'
plendid stocks to supply you most
r fancy weaves in a very satisfying
try moderate considering the iiigh
Silk poplns crepe meteors,
messalincs, $1.75 to $3.00.
Voiles, organdies, dimities,
lawns tissues, 35c to $1.50.
rday Need
jr how many things you go
folly to sacrifice the SelCabinet.
the strong right arm of
ice and kitchen patriotism
the war.
aste foods in measuring?
them in unprotected places
;r's saves food and guards
Dreventing waste. There
es for flour, sugar, spices,
all the principal supplies
and see the new models, no
need special?oak?water$40.00
aft?same finish as above.
e Enamel, $50 and $54.
5th Floor.
idreds ot Women
in when she is buying most other
Jade or grow shabby. They must
ued patterns we keep our stock
rtain will meet with the approval
Rugs are quite complete showing
is invited. 3rd floor.
For Infant: and Children
| Bn Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears ^ I
j Signature of
Tuesday Night
May 14th
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1 MOlWlSJ^Si , Kjj^l
S^^onB^?l' frjgfii J
PRICES: 35c and 50c.
Seats Saturday Morning
1 in the conduct of the war. $|f|
i Art and Utility Combine
to Make Charming
The vogue of the colored (ilk
, i J JLM
Umbrella Is upheld by their
Every woman should have at $ff
^ ? _V-' Vy
least one sill; umbrella, some tor .
every cortume. Your needs and 'TSsM
your pleasure are attended to.ln ' 'VijB
our unusually choice collection . T.'wM
of silk umbrellas in every deslrable
color, blue, greens, purples, |fl
and black. Plain colors hare
border stripes. Some in plaid offeets.
The handles are In col- MsM
ors and black with cords. -'i-j&jgM
Values to $6.50, $5 Each. <
Semmer :&M
Sweaters J
| For ^Many Uses ^
New heavy silkswea* jH
ters, very handsome arid
dressy, dark and light ; jg
colo b* I
Sleeveless Coatees .of j
wool, which may be
worn with matching
skirt to make a complete 1 ?|?f|
drfis-suit, $3.95 to f
I Delightful' '_i| | H
Furniture Mil
l)t. tuM
1 J
is coming in daily. Our $ <
showing'is now quite'
Chairs for the por:jh :
or the house setees, |j
- 2s 01
plain or upholstered;
lamps, flower boxes etc.; ||:|11M
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Dixie Orchestra Tonight tilt
11 :S
A screen version. of Hainlu II !
Garlane's picturesque romance j
r>f TV?? Tf Tmm*
A Vitagraph Blue Ribbon |
feature. - ;
German' plots and apleajd^pil
ed by WiUiam J. FJynn. ?1?J
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