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I of WarlHpaytment to. Avoid
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| " Giye me nine men "
B*|k> lave a hot and I te f
Hjkl] have a mors effcc- j
Rope fighting force than !
had ten men tvith- tn ^
Xowember .11 lie American peoHrSt
:?tart a one week's drive to
l?4lie Jittgest amount of money
given outright by any people In
^Bt-drive1 will be a new thins under
For the first time ProtesK*'Catholics
and Jews, forget tins
Btfcrdifferecccs, will line up shoul?
shoulder, welding their Individ1
fiMratJi.np In ?h?tr
f deration to the boys In the
jits and over there. This
rtlon of the sorcn great agenjed
In war work is one of the
'loprucnts which have been
iteat by the war and under
jtifdance of President Wilson,
rcn organizations which tola
make this united appeal
. H.C. A.. Y. W. C. A.. Xathollc
War Council and K.
i Jewish Welfare Hoard, the
sj> Community Service, the
Eihzitry .Association and the
Army. Each of them will
s this Fall : each had planned
be -campaign for support
acting on me scg^srioD 01 rue i
Keifs tetter of September 5, the |
rcatiSpcisns "will be rolled Into
The American people trill be
tumlcn of seven separate
is. end. t&e nation' trill have no
^ funity to demonstrate splendidly
men and tromen of all creeds at
eair.tvovii together, as men of
ecds Qver there are lighting and
K^ohn II. llott, trhom President
is. has spot on of as one of the
etnd most useful men of his gen svics
been selected pirector
al of the drive. I; Is interesting
&?' tUeS JSC. ilotfs name tvas
[Sl&k^Sertion by John G. Agar
ggKlfecggl -Catholic TV'ar Council
; f i ^XfejKXSartimer L. Schiff of
Board. The gen
MjCSSUFiCV^ravuig me (.imiiaigj
gjpi^ftptelns such well known
MTTft J lySnil B. Fosdick. Chair Q&t
Commission on Training
p2|idC2ftfes;. George W. Perkins.
^ jtek'-Cf the Finance Committee
H|S^& Steel Corporation: James
B&sinr-of Hcrnblower and Weeks;
iKS* Myron T. Herrick. former
jailor to France: Cleveland H.
pFJeorgc ' Gordon Battle. -Sirs,
pp.'Davison and Frank A. VanKjpresldent
of toe National - City
lu ll i iij county and town the
tgnwm be In charge of the blg^Ken
of the community.
ether these seven organizations
Bat a vjork that la staggering in
portions. They have more than
^uniformed workers, standing
erto shoulder with the boys ev ep
of the -way from home to the
taetrcncfccs. They operate more
aOO buildings and ship 500 tons
Kiev to the boys in France evHek
Fifteen miles of aim set
Ktbe. other' side each week un jtr
direction, and the regular
attendance of soldiers and sailHthelr
motion picture shows Is
tan 11500,000. The Bibles furBn
tkp hots since the war broke !
Buld. If piled one on another,
K pQe more than twenty miles
dEe?" said Napoleon, "is as othBrs
in war as three to one." By
meant that one man who is
Kbtent^d nn<l happy is better
Bene' men who are discouraged
Bmetfck. Jt is the business of
Keren great agencies to help
BtTixnorale. They are beeping
Hte fighting .edge of our boys,
Bed power into our army and
Bfi*sip hasten the hour of victory 1
Bay win bring our boys home
BgiaJfcted by national leaders 1
Bijpwat vletory drive will "go ,
top" in a larger way than any J
llSSfONARY MEETING.
Blpxae Missionary society of <
Biond street church will meet i
Harden in ^
Itesionary. so- ?
. _MLLE. MI*
Mile. Mistingnatti. one of the fan
the French government as a counter
M. Malvy. former cabinet member, *
from France.
ram ml
TOOK n HOME
Fans Saw Well Played Game
at Blackshere Park
Yesterday.
Tlie fast M donkey baseball team
from Wheeling de'ratei the Consumers
Coal company lesm of Downs in a
well piayed gams at Blacksberc park
yesterday afternoon t?_- a 4-3 score.
The visitors opened the game by making
one "score in t*te firs half of the
first inning and it vi3 this cnc im>
that won the game. May fart-v was
in center field ami Sam Jones was rn
the moti-jd for the Ibwa; team. The
box score follows:
CcCOXKEY? A.B. R H. P. A. E.
Heller. 3b 3 0 0 0 2 2
Pearley. 3b 4 1 0 1 3 1
Beel. ss 4 1 2 1 3 0
Hontz. cf 4 2 0 2 0 0
Weithe. c 4 0 0 12 2 0
Ham in. if 4 0 1 0 1 0
Bero. lb 4 0 0 11 0 0
Lewis, rf 4 0 0 0 0 C
Burkh&rt, p 4 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 2 4 3 27 11 3
MAX.ViNGTOX? AB. R. H. P. A. t".
Haney. c 4 0 1 5 0 2
Marshall, cf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Free land, rf 4 0 1 0 0 0
Carey, cf 3- 2 1 0 0 0
5. Jones, p 3 1 1 0 C 0
Fletcher, ss 4 0 0 2 5 4
Devaughn. 3b 4 0 0 1 0 0
D. Jones, lb .~..4 0 0 IS 0 2
Higgins, 2b 4 0 0 0 4 0 j
Totals 34 3 5 27 15 S
Score by innings:
McConkey"s 100 200 0 01?i
Mannington 020 0000 01?3
Sacrifice hits. Hamm. 2; Bero. Stolen
bases. Carey, 2 Jones. Lewis. Bell, i
Perley. Double steal. Freeland and ,
*aney. Bases on balls, oft Burkhart,
2. struck out. by Jones. 5; by Burk- |
hart. 10. Wild pitch. Jone3. 1. Left |
on bases. Mannington. 4; McConkey's, i
6. Umpire. Border. Time. 1:50.
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I PERSONALS^ I
Miss Ruth Fleming went to Wheel-^
ing today where she will enter the
Elliott Commercial school.
Mrs. C. M. Shim of IVashington, j
D. C. arrived here Saturday night and >
is the guest of her sister. Mrs. N. C.'
Cochan on Cleveland avenue.
Sam R. Nuzum has eturned from
Laurel. Md? where he had been the
guest of his sister, Mrs. H. C. Sample
for a week.
Miss Rebecca Fordyce was' called
to East Lierpool. O.. yesterday" by the
death of her brotheri-n-law.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Klaw left yesterday
for Fortress Monroe, Va., called
by the serious Illness of thel son.
Raymond Klaw of the U. S. navy who
is ill of pneumonia. His condition
was regarded as serious.
George A. Hough, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Hough of this city is ill of
Spanish influenza in the naval hospital
in Philadelphia. Efforts at
communication with hospital au<
thorities have failed so far and no
news of his condition has been obtained.
Gilbert Arnett. son of Mr. and MrsLuke
Arnett of this city is ill of
pneumonia at Norfolk. Va.. where he
is with the naval aviation departnent.
Arthur B. Fisher, who has been here
m oowik A# oVn/vn nn life d e.
iu co?c ur aoacawc uyiu rvic?ww*n*xo-worth.
X. Y.. la ill of Spanish inluenza.
He is at the home of Miss
Mice Abbott on High street.
Dr. and Mrs. W- R. Crane left tolay
for Boonevllle. Tnd, where they
will visit relatives for two weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. W; R. Crane left tolay
for Boonevllle, Ind.. where they ;
vOl visit relatives for two weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. Wilson Steele spent
Sunday with' friend ins Clarksburg.
Mrs. W. A. Small and children. Merdith
and Gomer-who had been<onvan
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JTtNGUETTI ^*3* ' ,
i
'orite rerne actrioess of Pari?, assisted :
-spy in Investigating the actions oi (
; ho was recently tried and banished ;
I
burgh and Jeannette, Pa., have returned
home.
Mrs. Columbia Morgan and daughter
Miss Edna returned Saturday from
[ an extended visit with the former's
brother. John Manley at his farm near
Eldo'ra.
Born on Sunday to Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Kennedy at their home on
Field street, -a daughter. Mrs. Kennedy
was formerly Miss Katharine
I Robinson of Barrsckville.
| ' Miss Letitla Ryan spent the week
i end at her home in Manningtoa.
| Mrs. Margaret Russell and-daughter
Mrs. Clarence Vannort and little
daughter, have returned from New
York where they spent a week with
Leut. Vannort, who is located at a cantonment
near there.
Mrs. Minor ?unham is ill of gripj
at her home on Walnut avenue.
Miss Lottie Market of Clarksburg
was the week-end guest of Miss Mary
t Riggs of airmont avenue.
i ?-?s
; Fatally Stricken /
at Dinner Table
i Mrs. D. P. .Robinson, a well known
resident of M-ay's Flat, died suddenly
! yesterday afternoon at her home, her
r death occurring hwile she was 3eated
J at the dinner table shortly after three
' o'clock. Heart trouble was the cause
! f her death. She had ben undergoing
i treatment for some time.
The deceased was formerly Isabel
! Jane Ballah.- a daughter of the late
j James , and Hannah Arnett Ballah. She
| is snrvived by her husband and one
! daughter. Mrs. E. N-. Floyd, of Grant
j Town.'^A brother. A. F. Ballab, of Ne;
braska. also survives and several half j
j brothers and sisters.
Funeral services will be held on
i Tuesday at 2 o'clock from the Ballah
I chapel and the body win be interred
in the Balah cemetery by Undertaker
| Musgravc and Son.
j Pvt. Frank Villers
Is Buried Today
Funeral services over the body of
Private Frank Villers whose body was
sent here Saturday from Camp Lee, I
Va. -where Ms death occured last week I
Irom pneumonia were held this after- i
noon at 1:30 o'clock from the residence
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.'
Nathan Villers at Watson, opposite1
Westchester. The members of the
Showalter Tent Knights of the Macabees
of which-the deceased was a
member attended the sirvlces In a
body and also had charge of the interment
which was made at .Maple
Grove .cemetry. A special car carried
the funeral party to the cemetry from
Westchester. Interment was made under
the direction of Undertaker Musgravc
and Son.
Mrs. Thompson to
Be Buried Tuesday
Funeral services ov er the body of
Mrs. Caroline Thompson whose death
occurred Saturday at her home at
Basnettsvflle will be held on Tuesday
afternon at 2 o'clock from the St.
John.church at that..place the Rev.
M. Hall officiating.. The services previously
announced to have been held
today being postponed nntil the arrival
o ft wo nephews from army cantonements
Interment win be made
in the cemerty at Basnettsvflle by
undertaker R. L. Cunningham.
NAVY IS FULL.
The Parkers burg nava recruiting office.
the only naval office-ln West Virginia
how open, will receive no appUcations
-for. voluntary induction, into
the navy.- excepting . certain skilled
workmen needed very-badly by the
navy. The Parkersburg office refers
applicants to their boards or to the
Student Army Training Corps.
A. H. WALLS BURIED.
Funeral services over the body of j
A. H. Walls whose death occurred j
Saturday at Fairview were held this
afternoon from the residence of his
daughter. Mrs. Ed wad Toothman on
Ann's. Run. The body was intered in :
the cemetry near .the residence.
Safely On Other Side..
Mr. and Mrs.. E. W. Frogman, of
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Local FootbaH Madune Op- i
enediheSeaswHerein J
Encouraging Style. ?J
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, _7 '? -r? [ *
End. runs 'with- masterful interfer? *
ence by the Fairmont' haclrflelrt and the
excellent -work- Of- Fairmont'*
stonewall line'made'the-local' High *,
school team' Invincible: in the game ,
with the "Weston- High" school eleven j
at' South Side" park - Satarda yaf ter- 8
noon, the visitors taking the zero end .
of a 39-0 -score. r -' r j
End runs by Brown, the fast Fair- a
mont quarterback, long dashes by .
31111s. Bean and Knight znd the ever
ready interference'?! the latter three m
men assured'defeat for the'visitors. T
The Fairmont line held tight despite J
the fact that the WCbtoh team'was a *
bit the heavier. Captain < Hamilton. 1
as nsnal.' was 'in every play and did ?
some fine wprk at tackle; '
Coach Ellis anouhced this morning
that practice "will be head*every after- {
noon this-week, which indicates that x
the coach, is not yet satisfied with his j
team, despite", their ' championship x
form displayed in' the opening game, j
?
KING ALBE RT
j^^Xifej gr m2?-*&
- . -pir^fcy . k^BW
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This is a neV photo graph.of King
Albert of Belgium, taken while the
most picturesdue ruler of modern
times was watching a .football game.
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iT Pllt PEP INTO "
JOE M AND
MADE WORK UGHT
THIS GRATEFUL. MAN GIVES
aiCSV U/ABTV
LKCWI I IV itbna-i* vnijo.
Ari important "message to aikng
folks. It was given to a Nerv-Worth .
druggist: y . ?I
"I have been sick for oven two
months. Coughed nearly all night.
Very nervous. Couldn't sleep. No
appetite. X didn't feellike eating my
breakfast. "I 'worked, about half the
time. I have taken one bottle of
Nerv-Worth. Things-are; different.
I'm beginning to "feel more like myself
again. Cough is better. Appetite ,
coming back. ;I feel like- going to
work In- the .morning. I feel NervWorth
has found my trouble and I
recommend the-- medicine.
' - "JOE DUGAN."
Fayette (five - miles: frpm Connellsville.
Pa-J *
Tour dollar back "at -Ctane's Drug
Vfil-mnnf: 4f Kl>rV-Wfirfh does
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not benefit YOU- Keigbbortng agencies:
JohnronV^*n^i^^^|i^^n: i
is 75th birthday fnatramry at hi
lome. ? tamHj dftmer m*rihig th
eativities of the daj. Two, daughter
ad their toaaflies.iy?Mtag-ogt x>Z th
Ht* -g-erw present CarihaoccsSioB. fa
the Ber. and ^tofESp&Sagaoi
sr and dugbter, jiisi MsniiOf 3Ioi
pan town; Mrs. Florence Jones m
ion. Lewis, of New MartiasnBc.
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With Miss Straiflht.
The.R- T. Webb class of the Firs
t_ E. church, south, win meet-XonJcfc
it the of Jfc-ss. Eleanor .Stralgiit
311 Chicago street- Officers wil
re elected and members are urged t
ittend.
v - S..
.With Mr*, ^edi'cori.
; TbeDobt. E/Lee Cbaptar of the T
>. C. will meet on Tuesday tvenim
>t this week at the home ot Mrs. A. F
>eddicord at 107 Main street.
m s m *
Ladies' Union to MssL
The' Ladies* Union of the Centra
Hiristian church will meet -n Tuet
lay eveolng at the fhome of Mrs. Vii
Inia N'trznm at '639 Fourth street. A1
nembers axe aake-.L to come prepare,
or service.
I _ ' ,
( Be Champions of
Right, Bay Bonds to
Join the Fight.
* INVEST IN
LIBERTY BONDS.
Women May
ButTI
Home Craft Week has n
tution. -The best stores 1
devoting this week of O
turing of the newest cu
merchandise that helps
tractive."
We are well prepared to;
We have "a thousand a
patterns on display in
awaiting your inspection
And what is eguafly imp
tions as to the latest id<
ways of using the goods.
The Newest V
in sectional window lace 5
elieu. It's charm lies in
effect gained by stressin
scrolls or outlines of tb
ures with heavier weavi
rest of the design. In se
from 25c to $1*75.
Inspect Ou
Coverings
The Dress Good*
Section Is a
Busy Place
' --e _i_
Tiiese aays ox ciouies
conservation, when th<
average woman is mak
ing some of her own anc
her daughters clothes.
We have a most complete
supply of gooc
dress woolens and silks
?the-best fabrics obtainable
fo jrsuits, coats
dresses and waists, this
season. Prices are vers
reasonable for such ex
eeflent goods.
Subscribe for the Delih
: eator. the ^Fashion Au
fchority. of the world. J.
T - HiL, p- -r
To Have Dance,
t Tfcfe. first .daaoe . of tor fall aetaos
i ?m be betid ?o Friday niRbt of this
s vcek irith the local lodge of Epcs as
9 hosts jmt the ^vent will be bidd'lB
s their handsome dab apartments la
e the Stgiaear bedding. The tori ration
k BSt ieig be: extended to their friends
r- outside the lodge and the appotnt>
meats are all of as informal nature. I
d Skinner's orchestra will render mohie
for the dancing and card tables will
also be. provided tor those not. dancing.
*
|w Davis-Simpson.
t Bert Davis, chief clerk at The Fairi,
mont. and Miss Bessie May Simpson,
J, of Ashland. Ky, were united in marriage
on September th in this city at
the home of the officiating minister,
the Rev. C. D. Mitchell, of the Central
r Christian church, it has Inst been an
noucced.
S *
-To Co to Florida.
^ Mr. and Mrs. Chas Xuznm and
daughter. Miss Martha will leave next
week for St. Petersburg. Flsu, where
11 they will spend' the winter.
r
V Meeting This Afternoon.
1 The first meeting of the Art and
1 Literature department of the Woman's
club for the official year is being held
?:?j 1
Not Actually Fig
ley Make Them
Fighting For
Craft
ow become a national instiihroughout
this country are
etober 7 to 12th to the feartains,
draperies and other
to make the home more atjoin
this national movement,
nd one" novel or beautiful
our drapery department ;
L
ortant, we also have sugges
2&S 2S to U16 UlUdb CUCVUTV
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ogues In the J<
is Filet Rich- The children
. feel and enjoy
the duotone fcure_
g the stems, encouraged t
e design fig- form of life, ii
ing than the ?sh' ^ SOT
? ture-note of o:
ctional laces v in our showin
from $1.00 to i
ir Stock of Bea
; During Home C
tng
?j Girls and women who d<
j ali'ty in their dress, alwaj
Betty Wal
just those lines best calcu
tinctive charm that is tl
- BETTY WALES cleverly
. good taste, perfection in (
finish, a stylish dignity a
ingness with the latest
{ touches in color and line
5 Tailored styles in soft
roanish serges, for schoo
* or street wear. Silks, j
) georgette crepes, in all tl
ops and combinations f<jr
mal occasions.
Betty Wales presents d
practically every type
' from^Aye^supward.
. OteS
finentoH
Rero!ntiot?p^H
WmLm HajxMuSH
T.fww BzaaOM, Stt^H
A number of men^aj^B
convention.
las at 7 o'clock "for - iSSSSj
monies for candidate?
be present. - onr minute'spe. r wiS
-be present at the meting.
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The Yoang Ladies* Aid
headquarters tonight Sec aetrlc^'^
There trill "be a" special" x
morrow afternoon at .3^ o'c H
church school room.
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ft S^P^r\%j^Hb wBBSv&S
?^rr~
i probably; needhew
r. Come here this weelv
stocks were never fc
n just now. WMttall I
tons, Axminsters, Boc
issells, Empire Bru
Wool and Kber and
tiber of art,. Chinese a
rugs in various
ir entire house can be
rugs of distinctive
i in your choice of co~
5. II I
jsire to express indhcas^M
rs find in
Dr
la ted to bring -brothe|BB|
ieirs.
r combines
:ut, fit and
nd becomParisian
i t WM
Frene^^yr^B
satins and
le new colmore
for- . friGEM
esigns for V^wM
of fieure
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