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TOSIGBT.
' ltatoa Comedy.
' . ^ ZigZag Town Girls
Kwtoptay*.
BWEWUfe.'. '. '.My Four Tears in Germany
MWwaBBfciyr \ Rnrr^?f:ii Adventure.
17',' -A i?igh^?orMUUons j
IAN H. HOWE'S Devest Travel j
estival. -which comes to the;
rand on Wednesday is likely to j
ace; a new lad for women? >
Cher work is possibly one of the '
American arts, since it was in
aver among the Aztecs, whorr
ttion was the oldest in tlu*cas
and which was, indeed, h
se of its Ecropean contemptThe
Aztecs were, in fact, higjiirated
in ev:.-ything but music.:
Angularly lackclAfsense of mu- ;
records which have come down |
'ancient Aztecs wore grogeous j
? of woven feathers and the j
i?wii?prlfrg' and designing with ||
Ibeen bonded down from j
>n to another. Durine ;
' a motion piatnre tour ;
hich is a featured part j
"s newest program, the
ler work is shown in reresents
' *ie method of ;
icture. of applying soft i
esign a-4 of then eareblts
of feathers from
lored tropical birds to j
s of coloring ar 1 shadither
pictu -e shown in
Mexican tour took two
t. but. by means of the
the whole process is resw
minutes.
,t Princess.
yesterday repeats at the
.y. May Allison is tho j
story 1s really a rood
ret Pe.the news reel is
?lson Screen,
s usual dramtic photoa
re-issue of a William ,
JCelson is showing Char1
"His Reckless Fling".
l and evening.
uid Program,
he Burlesque attraction
inounced at the Grand
program shown yesterspeated.
"A Fight for
the title of the story.
:he fifth episode. The
' is "The Fly God." with
Universal current
o shown. !
erard Film. i
Dixie closes its engage-;
lerard story, "My Four
nanv," and it has been t
sss. The pictnre was a
ng on .. ss merits. For i
interest on account of i
; a visible plot such as !
e usual, drama, bp't the !
an accurate account of !
t hav changed the map j
and turre.-l the destin- ;
, has supplied to most
interest.
sxt Week.
IiCAt iwctjjw aw uic ni^iyuu i uuic ??i? .
seas the return of one of the most ;
alar comedians that visited this
- last year. Jack Grant. In corl; >
Is one of the successes of the Gus t
i circuit, and if he has the supportcompany
that was with him here
former occasions, there will be
ity of fan at the home of musical
"CLOSE-UPS"
?An auto racing to a hospital
It an injured man. September 10,'
Wed with the car Grace Darling,
.noted photoplayer. was riding in.
thing her to instant death. Before j
ring filmland Mis Darling was a j
malist, and at the time of her >
th was under the management of
International Film Company. She
eared in the Pathc production of I
t Perils of Pauline and e^i trice j
rfax and other popular screen fen- '
ss which showed in local mode :
sannette Sandy and Mrs. Bishop.
Worthington. were in Monongah.
Ilne Koon. of near Monongah. was
sin ess caller in Fairmont this
Jhil&renCry
FOR FLETCHER'S
Iastoria
ISTHMA
STANTUT RELIEVED WITH
ask amy druggist
[ J TONK
mTfour
K? AMBASSADOR GERARD
I these three shows
9
K- of C. Dance.
Invitations hare been issued by the
Knights of Cohnnbns and Daughters J
of Isabella to' bold an informal dance t
and reception Tuesday evening in K. ]
of C. ban. In addition to dancing t
there will be card playing, which will i
be in force between 8:30 and 13
o'clock. Skinner's orchestra will furnish
the music. The committee is
composed of the following: TV. E ,
Hartman, F. A. Brennen, J. T. Murphy, j
Chas L. Wise. David Lambardo. Mrs. .
John Mctee. Mrs. J. P. Hart. Mrs. Ed
TMW A W Hllria
Grottendeik. ' ,
1
Entertained Friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Reese enter
ained a number of friends on Tbursy
at their home in honor of th?
htecnth birthday anniversary of I
ir son. Clarence Reese. Music and 1
-rres were diiersions of the evening i
nd refreshments were served. The 1
guests included: Eva Keener. Harold <
Jones, aul Huffman. Chas. Roderick, i
Roy Huey. Felix Springer, Glen Riae- 1
hart. Russell McElfresh. Earl West j
Harvey Roderick. Elza Kramer. M. I*. ]
I-Iall. Vance Alltop. James Drake, t
Teddy Janett. Harold Luzadder. ]
Xasman Roderick. A. D. Brill. Ken- !
nclh Huffman. Philip Brill, Sam Lu- 1
zadder. Fred Hunt. Harry Fortney. i
Chas. Hunt. Leo Wilt. E. W. Musgrovc. ]
Kenneth Wilt. Herbert Hunt. Clyde .
Morgan. Claude Hunt. Walter Hall.
Chas. Smedley. Scott Vincent, I. E. ' <
Roderick. S'las Johnson. Cal Reese.
r.illie Jarrctt. Georgie"Reese. Minnie
Jarrett. Unis Wilt. Nell Morgan.
Clarence Reese. Edna Huffman. Claud
Reese. Mrs. A. D. Brill. Glen Reese.
Mrs. M. L. Hall. Me rail Vincent. Mrs.
Sara Luzadder. Ruth Morgan. Florcnce
Morgan. Goldie Little. Bertie ,
I.anham. Mrs. Chas. Hunt. Mrs. Fred
Hunt. Mrs. E. W. Musgrove. Blanche ;
Ilal!. Pauline Roderick. Mrs. Dorsey
Brown. Grace Hall, Mrs. Cal Reese. ;
? -- ll ,
| MONONGAH |j|j
On Other Side. j
Word has been received in Monon- J.
"~h that Roy Martin, son of Mr. and j
John Martin, of Main street, has
arrived safely overseas. Martin was .
lirrue on a furlough Just a short while !
before he sailed.
Letter from Kllieen. <
A letter was received here yester- I
Tay from Martin Killeen who has been ; |
1 France since early this spring. All
!!xer he has ben In France in the'
hick of the fight. He writes that he
s well and is geting along fine in his j
et counters with the Hnns.
Not So Weil.
Joshua Lambert, who has been ill'
t his home in Brookside. is not so 1
-.vf ll. Mr. Lambert has been ill for
a long time and had been getting bet-:
ter recently.
!I
Yoak Here.
John Yoak. of Logaa ,W. Va.. was 1
in Monongah yesterday calling on local
friends. Yoak is well known here
having been principal of the Idamay
school at one time and a former mem?
XJa ie -? ?0!1
ber of tna cme souci.>. ? ?
of Rev. and Mrs. Toak, of RivesviUe.
? ?
Personals.
Miss Marie Shutlesworth and Miss
Pansy Jacobs, of Fairmont, were in
Monongah yesterday.
Robert Jones was in Fairmont yes-.
terday evening.
Mrs. O. J. Watkins and Mary Shicn, ]
of Fairmont, were in Monongab yes-:
terday. I
I
GRANI
WORLD'S GREA1
GUS f
IMINS1
| 50 ?All-White Comedians
! The greatest aggregation <
one organization, including
Deming, Jimmy Wall- Eddi<
45 others.
PRICES: 50c, 7a
Seats Now
CARS TO FAIR VIEW A
"^1 W IT1 YOUR I
_ I?I I TO SEE1
^A A A SATTON.
WmWt
ILJ1I1U 111 \
'S EXPERIENCES IN THE
WILL BE THE T
>, 9^5.
At Country Club. f:
A handicap tournament for- women J'
s scheduled to begin at 3:20 this at-!,
ernooa at the aFlrmont Country Club. I
t is the plan to cintinue tae weeuy :
oornaments through the fan months.
10 far as the breather permits. I
? j
Gone. South.
Mrs. J. Morton Black has gone to .
VIoble Ala. where she will open her!
mngalow and spend the wnter months .
te is accompanied by Miss Margaret {Larkln
who will spend the winter i
with her and attend school. Mr. ;
Slack will go to Mobile later for thei
sinter months. >
Millersvllle Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Tnomas B. Miller gave
i party at their home in Millersvllle
ast evening in honor of Mr. Miller's
nother, Mrs. J. B. Miller. The affair
was a complete surprise to the guest
>f honor and was very pleasant for he
guests who were: Miss Grace Miller.
Robert and Charles .Edwin Miller.
Mris. Thomas Conners. Mrs. Guy Fitz)atrick.
Mrs. Thomas Cook and daughter.
Marcella. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mil- I
ler. Mrs. Ore Shackleford, Mrs. Ray I
~ ~ " fel ' ' - ' -t ? -* /tVwic. I
shacKierora ana two uauBmno,
tine and Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. Lonlie
Richards and children. Darlie and
Dale. Mrs. W. W. Carpenter. Mrs. W.
i. Zinn, Carl and Harry Miller.
PERSONALS 1
Mrs. M. C. Lough. who had been the i
guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. L- Henderson
at Greendale, their summer home
in Union district. h"?s returned to her
borne in this city.
Sergeant R. G. Wilfong. son of Mr. i
ind Mrs. Charles Wilfong. has landed j
safely in France, according to a card |
received by his aprents.
Mrs. F. K. Holt and son George ;
have gone to West Alexandria. Pa.,!
where they are the guests of relatives
'or several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Michaels, of
East Park, have gone to Winchetser,
l"a.. where they are the guests of Mr. ]
ind Mrs. Charles Robinson and famTom
Patterorfn, of Detroit. Mich.,
s here to spend a few weeks at thej
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j
! GRAND S
I Tonight, 7:00 to 11:00
j 5th Episode of j
A HUH I a
1 FOR
MILLIONS |
?Also?
A 5-reel Triangle
4 "THE FLY GOD"
I With Roy Stewart
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| Coming
! Lyman Howe |
.. q
?
TDESDAY j
J Right Sept 24 \
MM?I??MMM?M?^M
'EST FUN SHOW :
ALL'S
RELS !
Is
" 13
?Singers?Dancers? 50 j \
>f minstrel talent ever in j
* George Wilson, Arthur
* Girton, A1 Fontaine and
!c, $1.00 and $1.50
On Sale. j
lND WORTHINGTON
AST OPPORTUNITY 8
THE STARTLING, SEN- 1
AL SUPER-PICTURE? I
'FDMAMVil
iLiirmm j
[ LAND OF INTRIGUE !
-X-I-E i
ras accompanied by Besse Ber-j weeks b?
y. who is hr gpest for the week end. j Simon
. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mnmford andl good ret
oris, who had spent the summer at I Icersburg
THE ENTIRE FAMILY'S E<
EERY REQUIREMENTS.
Stocks so compete it will be an easy
ter for some member of the family to d<
| tne snopping.
| . "
Modish Separai
Fashioned Pros
Plaids
A separate skirt will help y<
vative idea- for a skirt will add
to your wardrobe. One of the:
skirts with a sweater coat will
helping conserve on new
dresses ?
Exclusive Fall J
^ Shown
| I <dl M
MW 1 Napole(
II I I f nn in fi
Onr spe<
if* *k??^b&1
! Auto Robes a Little JVarmer
ifor the Changing Season.
But you must know where to look for
, them?you must know about blankets.
We know where to look and how to
buy, and we get the best! That is why
you can always find better blankets at
Hartley's than you can get elsewhere for
the money.
These robes are most practical?well
made and bound?of good quality?some
plain on one side, others in beauuini I
plaid patterns, $S.50 to $20.00. 3rd Floor
&S8$BCB$B$85B58^B$8^58^BC85
Beginnii
Four Shows Daib
Two Sho
| Our Orchej
I ?
CE ??9
$ W&m
&
CE Mil
BE
I "TO HELL WITH
>;
g Hie story shows the way 5
can family are followed in the si
? Alice Monroe brings about the
5 beautiful love-story rqns throuj
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Iio bad bees at tliecsap fori this city, has returned from P
re. manette ia the T7. S. Niral r
IX Goodman 'and D. 31. Os- She will be assigned to duty :
oraed yesterday from Par- folk. Va_. as cleric ia the Xara)
, -where they attended a house.
)S- THE
^ fashiom
:e Ski rts Snappy. N?
Tk Smart That
WitS
ou in your conser- Women who are d
i another garment ' particular about their
se delightful plaid preciate the litte niciti
go a long way in thenu
50 to $20 j
The lines are
^illiisery
^ and refined,
in ail the Pouter ^ bespeak
ewShnp^ the character
ling^ models of 0f the shoeorigin,
which have ^ w
>nie brims turned " s,
ont and decidedly has made s.uch
hats with rather style possible.
irregular shaped And they fit
and soft high faultlessly. ?
also new versions i
ailor shape. New
Iffects, new TrimShown
in all the n
at ?5.00 to $10- ther tops, button or lac
:ializing on hats at $3.00 oancihlp otip for
:es it possible to stm get ium, sensioie one ior
t in this price range de- Walking . -
Teat advance in the cost
;rials. Exeremelv Fetch- "D?,* D1?o?
or Children. | J iut *
?
A Navy Blue Serge Dress is .
Indeed the Thing.
for every little vfroman needs &
dress along these "hies for school
-wear during the fall and winter ,
months. These are particularly
fetching frocks, embroidered in contrasting
shades and finished with
silk collars and dainty buttons.
iig Monday
jr, 11:00 a. m., 1:00, 3:OC
ws at Night 7:00 and 9:(
>tra a Feature ot t
11 Wrt
THE KAISER" ^
xi which Wilhelm II, plunged the world into w;
ory, and revenge for the ghastly fate of her hi
downfall and death of the KMser* with the ai
rh this powerful narative.
:
JC Admission 1
WAR TAX
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;ortment3 that are directly
many .demands made by " >y
t for Fall and Winter. "
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ew Fall olors?elotji.^^^^
:e, high* dressy heels orlmllll
$5.00 to $i50ml^M
> Bay
Dainty band cot glass.' "
2-Handle Nappies. .
1-Handle Nappies. '
4 1-2 Inch Bowls. ?
h 2 * 45c.
No pbone orders?none *chm??Mj
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