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ti THE 1 FRONT ROW 1 HKADUNCRS TONIGHT Photoplay* s'alaon . Amarllly of Clothesline Alley ; nixie A Red Halrd < upld J 'rlacesa Social Quick sand* A LTHOl'GH Manager Fisher has /A endeavored strenuously ot have " the Hippodrome ready for open I ?ng th week of Monday August It. he i lad* th* difficulty In aecuring material *uch a serious handicap as will ore* * postponement for one week Th* painting, both Interior and ester or has been completed, and to far hi* part of the work Is canrerne! ha houie li ready. The ?uge which I Undergoing the mo*- -Itenstve ' hang's la the part which U holding tp tha tnttir.l nigh' of 'he "j m' IMS. Carpenters have been at rork almoat two weeka now. and the a ?eter part of next weei: will he ron utned before the tank la complete'' In the meantime Hob ha* to content ilmtelf with paring nervously around he building hoping that the lr.st we..', f August will tlnd hem ready to ring ha curtain up trial and a Western Story Roy Stewart Is the star in a thrillng Western ronsedv lir.tma "A lied fair.'' Crp.il" . ? t- ' ;-.v i ha plot has p'.ent yof action, thing* re moving arery minute and the wav bay are put over makes them Intei itlng to watch. The final episode o. The Woman and the Web" 1* al rogramrr.ed. and these who hav. aen the stories up to thin time ot ourae, will not want to mis- the last <n. A I'niversal relea'f of current rent* I* also on the baords for today's bowing Pathe Start at Princess wo wall known stars are a: tin "rlueess tonight In "Social Quick lands'' not such a treacherous play as ha name indicates. They arc Beverly j lane and Francis X. Bu-hman. both f whom have long been idontlf!' rltb big features. They have pi pposlte each other for a longer pi ban any other co.stars we know a fact thay have been such st? 'ompanions in film work that thr\ Ided to become life companion*. . ware married one day this week oob as Busbman could get a divi. from bis former wife. This is no part of the screen story, but Just tittle real life The actual dratt Iiowtver ha* to do with event* fh~ ire Just as Interesting if not so true ? ? ? Saltan Repeats Favorite Star "Amartlly of Clothesline Alley" re seats at the Nelson today The storv it not as stron gas some the noted actress has appeared In. In fact the tendency In the Plckford picture>eem to be running toward the lighter train. While in every plctu'o present Ing Miss Plckford there has been mora or less romedy and the -tar ha tima and again pro\eu herself a com ' edlanne of rare ability as well at an actress capable of any height of enn> lional acting, there has never bei'ore been a Plckford photoplay wherein humor predominated ot such an ei '' tent as in this new story of the slums There are many moments of genu ?e pathos and any number of thrill) ia the course of the picture. h;i mghter will hold sw?y, overcon.. momentary pre 11 position to te. Throughout th toiy "Our Mary." ? one, dainty with.!, presents a t vinctng (tguro cf tl.e little teuton \trl straying far afield into the real. J th Idle rlcl. Inn I by tb hlandi. ents of v. scion of *i; i it, hut return. , last to her nature., environments, e she fit d* hupp . . < [ "CLOf fc OPS"" | Lome to tl.inl' of it. though, the> .t.fc. who Is devot.;," ins time to buildi.'g ships. found a t itle time to rpai. ti study up on motion pictures while .n Lot Angeler. with Mr-. Schwaa the other day. Mr. and Mr*. Schwab via>.ed the La*ky studio nuder the guid ica of Mary Pirkford. --Charles M. Schwa., ts? steel wag surely did relieve that eczema! Pack up some Resinnl Ointment in Us ''old kit bag." Nothing is too good for him, snd he will need it "over there" where exposure, vermin, conUfions, snd the exigencies of a soldier's life cause all suns of skin irritation, itching, sore feet and rufienng. tUaiaat Omtawrt ?|np? -icS>.?e alnetl iutai: i ] It kwk linl* Mm btion tktr cat h?t?wi k t J <m It awam >ka coalart J ftr mlt h mHinimt. I At THE NEL I MARY PI< H In a Livelv I Amarilly of Clo' I Tho Most Humtrout Story in Wh>C Also Chronicle Te TOMOR WILLIAM S s f' couldn't optm Um Hipp hut yet Charlie Robo U on hU vacation. and there Isn't snyone to bold down the bark sea. POP. ? l-reRSbNAtn Miss Merle Kohn. of Cleveland, O., who has been visiting relative* In this city, rc'urned to her home last e\en ing. She was accompanied home by her aunt, Miss Nell Smith, who will spend a few days in Cleveland Miss Alice Fetxel, of Keyetr, hi accepted a position ai stenographer with Attorney Janic* \ Meredith, ot iIlls i ity. Miss Feuer has for the pu-t nw tA r. h**n nrlv.it* :,'ai ' ' i'rofe.sor fctayinan. prim ;pal of the Prepare.<.tv department of the I'niverBltjr at Kejraei J. H. Kownd ha* t 't.i.td .run; ? Yora where he had per.; the la several weeks 01. buaines !or the M Htrtley an'l Son Co. stooMrs. It Lough, of Morrunt i the guest of relatives in the c.t> M. . W ,D. Reed. of Fairmont avi nue, went ?o Mt. Lake 1'ara. Mil , ! ilay where she is the guest for t . week end of Di am, Mrs W J Boydston. Mis* Ruth I ollitt has got . to N<-. Martinsville where she is the guest Mi" fhtrls i- 1! ?';!! for eve:. .Us Mrs. F. S I'ollitt i the guest fi t the week end of Mr Walter t-'no it .Morgan town Mrs. O. F. Lough aud the Miss' '.dele and Anna Murphy spent w.-'v :u. in Clarksburg the guest of Mi John t' Bond at the Waldo Mrs Bonn and aon arc -pending ?.>me time .it the Waldo, Major Bond now being with the Expeditionary forces in France. , rs. !*. F. Fleming ha- returned to her home in Cameron alter a visit with relatives here Frank Ward, lortnerlj employed as clerk at The Fairmont, left last n.ght tor Pittsburgh where he has accepted a similar p isitlon at the I lent > Miss Doris Hall has returned ^roni h inns ton where she had heen thi t of Miss Mar. haline Randall fo. eral weeks. >Irs. W D. Reed, of Fairmont avi will spend the week end a: Oak d. Md, and Mountain Lake I'ark Mrs. Lee Hoiilt is spending sever;.' ay* In New York with her son Davie (nit. who is stationei. at Camp Mills t) government service She aceoin .lamed Mr. and Mrs. Engle Maion< the latter her daughter, to New York veral days' ago. Miss Grace Jones has returned a visit with relatD-s in Cameron. Splendid Fireworks at St. Joseph's Church The Feast of the As. umption of the Blessed Virgin Mary commemorating her hi eusion into Heaven was fittingly observed yesterday in this city when services wtre held at St. Jos eph's and St. Peter'* Catholic church e.-. In addition to the ?acred service] held at the churches thr member* ot St. Joteph's clnirch held an all day clehralion at the rhurch 011 Robin on street which wound up las' even 'q with a magnificent display of fire orka. Refreshment booths were lintalned on the grounds during the v, the proceeds of which were do el to the church fund Vincent's i furnished music for the ielcl>ra n. 3?Good Features?3 DIXIE it A. M. to 11 P. M. TODAY Afternoon?5c and 10e. Evening?10c and 15c. tWar Tax Additional! i Dixie Orchestra Tonight. ROY STEWART mm ww www wV ran a ?IN? A Splendid Western Comedo Drama A RED HAIRED CUPID ?Also Today? No. 15 and Final Epiaode cf Vitagraph's Great Melc. dramatic Serial THE WOMAH IT THE WEB ?Also TodayLatest Universal Current Events. SON Today CKFORD Comedy thesline Alley h Mary Pickford Ever Appeared. legraph News ROW. i. HART fas WEST VIRCIN1AM, [local sod Attended Dane*. Mies Nia* S.mon la the guost fot' several days of friends In Morgan town I.ast night she at'or.dcd a danco at the lieha Tau l)e M Trat house, the guests Including ni<mb?.rof the younger . ? Pore* Party. A porch party ?.th the tn"uibcrs of the Kebekah 1/nlg No ?.4 a I oatt ca will be an event Saturday night at the home of Mr? Kate Fletcher in Ma iti ? re.?' T r. . .?._ f . ?.v ?" parly will go for Red Crors wo?k Refreshments will be crvcd an 1 the pub llr it Invited to attend No Tourrament Tomorrow. Ther will be no Indies Roll 10 ..l ev the Country club to-.. ? ir.g i the ' that so nuns i?l j .ijrr areo-f oUtomn tin; line. * a * Enjaj;rr.:nt An?.'.unct.J Tin ngagenunt of Mi - Mabf. Gillian Richards, daughter of Mrs. Co ml).a H. Richards, to the Rev. land Jerome Powell, formerly of Graf n. was announced last evening at a ,<ii.> tt<i; pa-at v 1 (eh M.Minor was hostess at her home on ill eKu-t side. Til-- guests included members of the World Wid- Guild of he Palatine Hap ist chru' li of whu li dun Richards 1- president Tin bride to be is a daughter of the 1,.' John S Richards an I a member of . well known family. She is a grudu ate of ii:e Fairmont High and Norm i ' schools and also received a degree at the West Virginia Cniversit. Fa! awing her gradual'--n she , :ght i. the a I let side sell .ols and late in tin Grafton IHgh school. The Rev. Mr Poweil, whose original home v.a - in Clinton. N. luls been pastor of th? First llaptist clnirih in Grafnn lor several vears and ri -ntli resigned ' i ccept a rail to the pastorate of th< Mne street Hap' - church in Rich ootid. Va. He is graduate of I.ak< "orest college an- h Southern The logical seminars of Louisville, K\ Vliile no date has been announced for It. ceremony it will take plarc with n the next few weeks THE (iOVERNME ! persi | crusj ! fetid! f M JH t RRHBdwBbi W 1 WJI ? |j f 1 \W* Every man. woman ai 8 should see the pictures thai ji doing to win the war. "P< 8 the story fully of the first finally shows the welcome shores of France with Per FATHERS and MOT1 and WIVES .BIG SISTER 1i ERS want to know what t is being cared for and h< spent. I every question is A Wonderful pictur IDI) 3-Days Coming| Special Music-Pi % FAIRitOKT, THURSDA1 IAL EVENTS On Motoring Trip. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Smith and daugh tii.-, the Misses Harriett and Mar caret, left Wednesday for a motoring trip ;) Washington. I). C.. where the\ are the cuests of the former's broth <<r. F M Smith, and family. Birthday Celecat on. I.ittle Miss l<ottte Irene Bell, daugli ter oi -Mr. and Mrs Homer Bell, was the ho:ii.r gu< >t last evening at a Uiu ner party at the borne of her parents honoring her s<vonth birthday anni versarv Her little cou.in. Miss Carolln< MiKinney. shared honors with Miss Cell, the occasion being her filth anniversary. Rotary Club Meets At Country Club An informal meeting of the Fairmont Rotary ? ul> was li<-M last evening at th< Country club. The members "-pint the evening enjoyably lorinrrini; on the veranda and discuss:: g matters of interest to the Rotarlans. (' jgre man M M Neely was re. ?I Into membership of -ho Rotary lull It wu- announced at the meeti thai in-xt week at the regular ting William O'Xell, local recruit ; gent for the i'.rit h and Cana:i government will address the club . ; d will toll about what Canada has dime in the present war. ? Will Preach to His Former Parishoners The R< v J H Ret f. tnanv years pastt r of the Kir>t rresbyterian hurch of this city, now a resident of niontov.. Pa . will occupy the ^ulpit i the Presbyterian church next Sun i* K<-v. Mr. Recti w.-m pastor of the hurt 1'. some thirty years ago and will t> remembered by the older members f the church. A large congregation i; expected to turn out to hear him :nt\s own film IING'S IDERS! j LvQF ! nd child in the country ^ t show what Uncle Sam is 8 ?rshing's Crusaders" tells 8 t months of activity, and 8 of our own boys to the 8 shin? at their head. hers sweethearts | IS and little broth- 8 heir hoy is doing, how* he 8 >w their money is being tj inswerei) in these | es of uncle sam's | (IE Mon. Aug. 19 :| ices 15c&25c ? r EVENING. ACCOST 15,1 ,| EAST SIDE ; NEWS l.iHn Kftf. The AM Society of the I'alatm Baptist church will Kive a lawn fet nest Tuesday evening at the home o Di J. A. Jamison in Morgantown ave nu?- Ice reram and cake and rand; will be on sale. World Wide Guild The World W'de Guild of th' I'aaltine Baptist church will meet a i the Central Hed Cross rooms thi evening to work for the Red Cross llntertained. Mrs Denrel Harr, of Vermont ave nue. entertained at a prettily appoint ed dinner Thnrsdav the followini cuests: Mr and Mr* Fred Cobun am little daughter Evelyn, of Mechanic* bur*. O. and Mr* B<it Helniirk. o Diamond *treet. Ileturn Home. Fred Cobun. Mr*. Cobun and littlt _ _ . . Latest Victor Records (Fourth Floor) W?m<i Showing not only th proving how manufactui orethought than ever ir i hies to suit the needs ol Every woman who mand quality. Many makeshifts fo upon the market. You any Hartley Suit. I THE NEW SI IT XT if ? rt iNew York a>er Hats Showii Shapes For F< The shapes arc beauti slid original, including lai md small hats, droop >rims that are quaint i becoming. Black and colc MODERATE PRICES Thin Waist You W< Ever so many in the floor. Sheer, pretty, orij all white, colors and coloi :'e Chines, Georgettes, cl and pretty models. Soe< Scaded anr embroidered SlJSO to August Come Home mak< an \J I iL !l _ i ou Know ine merits buy, yet by comparison o very modest. Practically everythir Per Cent?a few pieces a? Basemer 3-Piece Consisting of one Sauce Pan and one 3-qt. Good quality Alumu lower. It's an Extra S| charged at this price. } 918. duiht?r Evelyi and Mr. CobuaVt mother, of Mechaalcaburg. 0.. who!I I hart booa guest* of roUtlrea her* for 11 I aerral dayi. will to to Clarksburg Sat-: I I urday and from there will go to their i. home. Mrs. Cobun is a sister of N.! i D.. D s and A. S. Hetmirk. of this i city and had not been here for more | than thirty years. * ??? t.one to Phoenix. 1 A r? Stealcy, of Columbia street. * ha* cone to Phoentx. Anions, to r upend a couple of week* with his ? ? ter. Mr*. Paul C Baker. Home 1 n>m New York and Kaltiraote Mi.s* Georgia Radford ha* returned ? from New York and Baltimore, where C LLaki ? e.- . 1 ,ln. ; ' " ? i **> .* * ' rii^ nrt ri ?i 4?. r> in ?iit iuv^i i pi s of the millinery department of .'Ah | Harrison's More. e ( uest a <?f Mr. ami Mt?. Fisher. p Mr and Mr* J. C Fisher. of Col- n - umhia Mreet .hare as their guest* : thia week Mr. and Mrs II .N. Kini; ! and three children. of Bellalre. Ohio and Miss lessie Roberts, of Martinf Ferry > P Kntel tamed World Wide l.uild. 0 Mr? I,. C. Minor, of Columbia .r street, was hostess to the World W'id? pi en's Fall c radical changes in fashion, Ijui rers have expended even greatei i working out new and heautitu r the present woman's active life buys a suit this Fall should dc r sound fabrics are being flung will find only quality fabrics in $ ARK HERE TO SEE. AtAt lua i'luit men ig Exquisite i ill ^ J :hi !" <xU) ? l ^ ^ ar s at Prices bo elcome Jhu ; Waist Section, second 20 final styles that come in r touched?Voiles, Crepe lie tailored models, lacy ov Mai showing of the rich a effects. $12.00 I? n H /> IT* oaie or ru: jrs and housekeepers o d let us reason togethe Now, more than ever, the backbone of the nation. Burning" has become the ! First of all, get it out of yoi i war conditions you cannot I -ound and durable furnitui I you can't afford to do othe j furniture is real economy. True, furniture has ad' is still advancing, and it is to wait until prices are hig scarcity of good furniture. of Hartley furniture?it is the f quality and individuality you ig is reduced in Price?some 1 s much as 30, 40 and even 50 Pes it Special For Si Juminum Sauce Sauce Pan, one 2-qt. A , Sauce Pan ..." mm ware purchased months aj pecial and there will be none so 5S355&E^25S2552555555 >* :/[ # ^ PAGE 8. *? Solid Of tho.Pnlatimo Bnptlnt clnrah > Ml imlu At tho mMttag tho ? > [ foment of tho preoidont. Mia Mo* A *1 Gillian Richard*, to l?t. Lnlhhd loom* Powell. of Graf too, woo aoinunced. a full account of which ?tt ippear In anothc rrolunm of thia pa 1 rT IVraonal*. ' * f : Mir* Inei Wilkin*, of Indepondoann y 1 rthcd here Thur?<iar and to tho ucrt of P s. Helmlck and aiator. " :i?s Virginia, and other relatlreo In he city. j,* , lS| 0 E Rager. who I* employed nt * , onnetlavllle, haa returned to that .i. ?r? r>|?? imms a irw u*y? w?i is family in Merchant street. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Cobon and twe N hlldreo. of Piano city. Ohio, art eietre.1 here .Saturday to visit the Hslnrk faint) 1. who are their relative* W.II Via.t .0 Titusville. . 'r'.ji Mr and Mrs O. C. Dustman. M " jinsbo'ip. I>ft today tor Titnevtle. a. where t hoy will spend a eon pie f weeks wltii relatives. Mr. Doat?a lan Is reentering from an operation ertornied recently at Cook hospital 1 1 New Kali Footwear Ready Today. Suits m : fowls The Time 1 to Buy All the i Shoes You 1 Can Use rni There are white shod id colored shoes in is summer saie to II ?ar now and next ten* I n. And the savinff e a Fourth to a Half. There are white shoes th high and low and - if e best of them are re? iced at least a fifth or per cent. This sale will soon be er, if there every was time to buv summer oes, that time is now* | IIH rniture 1 t marion county r J I the American home if "Keep the Home Fircf battle-cry of America. I lr mind that because of afford to buy gM& j e. YOU CAN. Indeed, rwise, for only in feed v anced in price* But it 'j better to buy now than , her and there is a reel | best that money eaal will find our prices , 0 Per Cent, some 20 | r Cent. ? . iturday I |H Pan Set [o when prices vail Id by phone and nm| * ?**.-- ii