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Gft?m*?tn<gn, r?n.T- pr*cv&gj^rS^hpjgaiiaaoiiTj'rtotlna and PuWi v,"ost VlrsCiiilan Baitdiag. Adam W. J. WLKGKL* (tenotaTj WffiAM3WW>OTgT . A. RAT . "* , Editor. I AS ACBLABLES V. EgPIC. Cltct ^MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIAT ..' .'flftpUMtocattii ftm la aadualvely n Ews Qlipucim c this newspaper All rights of rep also reserved. ige. Representative. 1 York: 5 3 Wat* CRIPTION RATI > months. 11.5C:' Fairmont.) Oi -nth. fiOcs one w aide of Fairmont rrler Three Cent able In advance asge In address (dice at Falrmor r GET YOUR Pi iSTERN UNION arrler route* fall should call -v name and reside to^your door at er for this eervli NING, NOVEJ THE AMERICANS < / believe in the United States of A | inept of the people, bp the people, ft just powers are derived from the com <r democracy m a republic, a tovere sovereign Stales; a perfect Union. c p:', .. established apon those principles of fr< ijmanity jur wmt.ii jim&it. nd fortunes. I therefore > try to love it; to support >s; to respect its flag; anc RED CROSS WOi I the record of the America is put under analysis it is g of the most creditable and rfonned by the Red Croi half there have been drive ' people patriotically and e souls for a brief time and d Cross work, however, h : assistance of the large am mt loosing of public inte e or campaign was given; nt which each of these mo iace of epidemics and oth' and did, maintain a high Btly. those who have been in a lrn?VUP knur mtinli knr/J urr I[ from the officers and tl to .make and maintain this it was work which was j i way, and for which the of doty performed. Th? bat great good is being p nd there is an entirely pi [ measure of moral and ? is given to individual effi light be added, is in enl organization. It is the F iere and there or perhaps er or two which is doing > of the entire members} perfect counterpart of the die fact that it brings to a given point and for a gi die case in the army the d in that respect the Fi srtunate, and the whole apter has jurisdiction ow he women who piloted th [ruff stuff still alter Hun dollars."? fifSE?* " ' * * m r ' Most of us are such happy go lucky l^v - hunters that we. will take any kind of r": . Bat the .real trick these days is to keep the dollars once you get them. . It cam't be did. yon say? E *fct there la at least one man in this KSgJ > tows who is comfortably wealthy and of whom It is said that he has not bought a bond or given to a war tuna. t TTnw*. fhirf fnr tinliflnr nn? Hundred thousand people have apCr' ai' pUed-_for passports to go abroad since war came to an end. ; Gosh, are there going to be that V amy books written about the war? f.. Ought to pass a law about that Oniythose who are qualified should k be permitted the freedom of the press I AH cithers should be compelled to -.--put'.ont. theirs by means ot a typewriter and the good old reliable Thafd sare aHot of white paper. [ 'And spare the world a great flood misinformation. Well, it has stopped raining. Maybe some time, it win aetqslly * performed any1 ttinf Cosmar. r s and Qoiscy Sts. * !*? * ? pE-W peopl ,?fft55V-,,,,r * CapteaP tfuictr*. He Wll 9l io press. probablathat ti itucd to tit on for attempted to d redlted to t? or not jt not beat df? and also the" local , ~TOU opucartro ot apodal the German pe - -eminent go on lepartaonti reached tell the Genni imprating good iOBEBT s. wabd. on Iind or sea' aah Ave.. Chicago. However F" es. German navy one SSSt?Sc.W'00: jf*1 &e naval ae year. JJ-OO; axz United States eek. 15c, Per eopv - . _ ? ifioi pome proDi ? Ono- Dontiu 7Sc; gpvta credit ai naval problem atv. old^u weQ as adopted types .t. West Virginia. ? all kinds were *per call aimed heavily If what Pe Jgr&SSMS? practical tost t nee and a messencer true, the Germ TWr* to DO their problems ~ ing any attentk IBER 21, 1918. " dong- IT**1 , = take something German navy i battle of Jutla SLagerak. Ssi jA "J1HERE ai Daniels ; the Democratic of the immedii meat wants th< way carried ot GREED. such a sharp i Imerica as a govern- be necessary t >r the people, whose armament prov ent of the governed; will he on the. ign Nation of many Unt3 there i me and inseparable, it h the duty o eedom, equality, jus- eventuality. ? an patriots sacrificed o? course, but i believe it is my duty ing power of tl its Constitution; to defenses. I to defend it against ~ The United ? ? would have co of making goc m people in the great a handsome oing to be found that lift given dur important parts of it Coal company ;s. During the past erous contrlbt s of various kinds m and Its officer: mthusiastically threw erosity which [ accomplished great whole country as gone on steadily. ? ount of publicity and Fairmont c rest which each sue- Red Cross a i in spite of the popu- meat of quas ivements gave rise to before them i er handicaps, it was though the it level of accomplish- brings has be will have to g position to see from meats It will 1 irk and self sacrifice ? be leading spirits of Italy, it is record. To a very trpon a most oerformed in a most mid already e only reward was a Imlf billion ; public realizes in a *s of the i erformed by the or- Before the wa raiseworthy effort to tlons generally mancial support, but present, oppoii 5rt. reorganization tire accord with the far sigbte Led Cross and not a likely to start a conspicuously sue- perity and son the work It is the la many years. ?ip. Red Cross in ? i army. Its greatest Baseball Is bear the strength of complete recov ven object month a meet! leadership is highly * fledged lirmont chapter has It Is to be hop district over which baseball will to res a deep debt of to see to It thj le local organization have grown uj m IH31UNC THE HOb 0, we've been looking over And pride and hope have mi But now the road which led And all oar eyes are strain! " Till the bo; Tfll the ho: Surely there'll he singing w Every face Every hear Dreaming its delight becaus Tho' we kept on smiling as Striving in oar jartlng to be Many an eye. has moistened Bat now our. eyes will brigh As the boyi As the boyi ' Surely there'll be dancing -w % Tender eye Happy heai Dancing their delight beeau (Copyright enough to Creese the pipes * ?? And reduce the gas pressure. So, hi order to remain cheerful i spite of the^vsgariee ct^tbe -iresth puxUfcptn and yuinmr^^ei-csT^fre mtu Em Kg&ey sacrificing ? any ERSIUST CONFESSION ^ t ootside. of [Germany were surprised over enras" admission that die Jutland naval batsenoas defeat for die German navy. It is ie German naval authorities would not have aim that it was anything but a'defeat had aned necessary to. keep tire real facts from ?pie themselves. At no time did die govthe assumption that it was good policy to i people the tenth. It lied even when it was news, and it neve admitted, a defeat either when it did not have to. ersius* statement that what there was of die was of inferior material is interesting and experts of.other countries, especially of the and Great Britain, will have to say upon ably will beinteresting. The Germans were hong lay observers for having studied the with their usual thoroughness and having and methods best suited to their needs. It widely believed that the ^lermaii ships of well constructed, adequately protected and enough for their purposes, rshis says about the armor when put to a mder the fire of British long range guns is an naval experts must have been working out on a system all their own. and without pay>n to what die other navies of die world were of course sounds incredible, but it would ; like that to explain the inactivity of the throughout the war. and especially after the ad bank, or as they call it die battle of the o NAVAL POLICY. re indications at Washington that there is to rp conflict between Secretary of the Navy and th^. southern Congressmen who control : party over the question of the naval policy ite future. The head of the Navy departe construction program which is now under it in full and the congressmen seem to favor reduction in naval expenditures that it will 0 abandon some of the ship building and isions. In a matter of this kind the country side of the Secretary of the Navy. s a definite world agreement on naval policy f powers of our rank to be prepared for any Ivery possible economy should be practiced not at the expense of the efficiency and striklis important first line branch of the national o War Work drive in Marion county which me through with the county's fine record, >d upon every call, intact is able to show oversubscription, thanks to a generous Ing the -final hours by the Consolidation This big corporation has been a genitor to every one of the war campaigns I 1 have disTJlaved a spirit of patriotic seen trill look well compared with any In the! o hapter's new officers will bring to the great deal of experience in the managei-pablic movements. The task that is s not going to be an easy one. for alicentive that a state of actual warfare en removed the work of the Red Cross o on steadily, and in some of. its departtncrease. o announced at "Washington, has decided comprehensive reconstruction program xpenditures that will total three and a" lire have been decided upon. This nost encouraging of the war aftermaths, r Italy was all but bankrupt and condi were bad. In taking advantage of the .unity to effect what will approximate a me Italian government is aoing wnai 4 business men woald do and tbey are their countrymen upon a period of prosed conditions such as Italy has not seen o showing , signs of making an early and ery from the effects of the war, and next ng will be held in Pittsburgh to plan for professional seaaon as usual next year. j ed thai the men who control professional: ike advantage of this favorable conditions it some of the more flagrant abases that i in professional circles are removed. fEWARD TRACK. as we sent the boys across Ingled- with sober sense of loss . away becomes a homeward track txg till the boys come back; ys come back. ys come back. hen the boys cone back; is beaming. t la dreaming; le the boys come back. we.sent the boys away. ) as brave as tbey(i as it looks across the foam. >*an *! K/twe hftWD* Ll>VU CbO *MV UV/0 VVAUV ?*vwvf > cone home, i cone home,' 'hen the boys come home; s are glancing. rta are dancing, se the boys come home.' . 1918. N. E. A.) * had a little of straight? But that iaont of the question, tn Even th?^ folks who know-how to 'TLtWRS' - ---_g*y#fw. Adelina O'Connor, wife of Col. H. D. Thomason, tie commanding officer | at Fort Ontario. K. Y., has turned I actress for a week and is appearing! with the "Fort Ontario Players" in ai series of one-act plays for the benefit of the American Hospital there. The Shubert management donated the 44th street roof theatre to the benefit. Mrs. Thomason is famed as one of the most beautiful women in army circles and is a gifted actress. NEED IRE HELP AT OAYJlira Now Have a Dozen Child ren at Salvation Armyrs Latest Activity. Captain O'Beirne -would like come ladies to call 933 ~nd scy just -when they could spend a day at his nursery to help him in the care of the babies. He finds he will need more names of _ women willing to come to his rescue when necessary. The Salvation Army to day nurser yis getting along nicely fre and has at present a dozen children, cei Mary Frazier continues to be the fav- pr< orite over there and is now the proud fro possessor of a number of pretty dresses which have been made by Mrs. E. B. Moore and other ladies. T1 Women about the city are taking much interest in the children and 1 have asked to aid in making clothes necessary, so that the captain feels much encouraged and reported today j that he felt quite sure the nursery would be more than just a venture stc lasting a few weeks. He is planning in on having permanent quarters for his nig babies and of caring ofr all needy, tici helpless youngsters during the entire gre year. &. day nursery in Fairmont, he rea states, would find much to do of value he to the community. a i v Captain O'Bierne would like some Eff more money aonauons, as ue is run- un ning out of funds. Also more dona- wo tions of food such as soups, calces, the bread tfhich is home made and frait me or anything which children can eat. wa Dr. Holland stops in the nursery ;he every few days and looks the children Ne over to make sure they are all well as and healthy. He is also donating his wa; services to the care of a small child Eff at Cook hospital which the Salvation apj Army is taking care of .and promise? ing OUTBURSTS OF E (BY CON - COOB BYB CVIF<E. IP L <*er ths "fco" I'M (SOiKtc TO ST<AV X30WM TOtoN &OM6U/W(5iee, X DON'T MJAMT TO com*5 wnb HOrR-t- ANT> Q.ivS IT TO YO AblX> OTH6ftS ~~_C 1 imp, l away woM ?o qffl |*tB 1^ J, IraOTLy?V' v t-1. . ; r ,ii r.*jji '1.1. " . ' A Gift of Ap A But: Y"ou wfll not nee< to wait until after the hoi idays to get your ^rfe7! gift, give, her the monej you now have for her anc she tcan avail herself -oi this opportunity to purchase a suit at a much reduced price and have the pleasure of wearing it or Thanksgiving Day anc through the holiday sea son. A & Handkerchiefs Always the Poular Gift Of course handkerchiefs are included in your Christmas gift list. They are the most useful and appreciative gift for every one. Always useful, always welcome. We have every kind of handkerchief you could want to buy. Make your selections now. I8c op to $1.50 True Values do all possible for th little ones, e of charge. The nursery is reving many visit"-s each day at isent during the visiting hours of m 3 to 4. he Law Got Bill Found in Man's Sock 1. H. Neptune claims h? did not al the 55 bill which was discovered his seek by Policeman Boggess two :hts ago. At a hearing before Juse Conaway yesterday at three, a sat deal of argument arose as to the J facts in the case. Neptune states was in the Tavern restaurant with nan named Joseph Effort and that ort placed the bill on the table settlement of the lunch. Effort aid not accuse Neptune of stealing s bill at the hearing yesterday but rely stated that it was gone and he nted to know where. Some one in i restaurant claimed to have seen ptune put the bill in his sock and it was found there. Justice Conay fined Neptune $10 and costs. As ort would not claim the bill, it was died to the fine, the difference be" paid by Neptune. VERETT TRUE DO) * Jlljp FOR A HlMOTS. o cer BerreR. cars pot "WAT <2.HT AKD l^V * CAP-!} J&iQ * |Hil MK^^y ^^^^^MN;S|I| || IWg "If jj^ f ;i )URTNEYS* STORE NEWS parel Will Help Happy Christn Snwi; ?v vvai i Oflm Sa if " Its easy f< /\lt \ entirely sat stocks are <?nr Uti P1*^6 ^ jBLUj /? favored men . fjljjj Every sui IjP* this sale. For the women with ; poplin in black* brown or ; modest price, of $17.75. * The next selection of sui ' and poplin green, brown, | black. $22.75. Nicely tailored suits, high buttoned collars 01 tuxedo effect; choice linin ors and sizes. Very specia S23.75. $24.75. $2$ An assortment of men's 1 broadcloth, velour, Engli etc., that cannot be excelled $28.50, $31.75, $33The best suits we have the smartest styles. Silve velours, etc. Hudson seal plain tailored Specially priced at ! Courtneys' To Send Orphans To Mooseheart Application was formally made at a meeting of Fairmont Lodge No. 9, Loyal Order of "Moose, last evening to have fourteen orphan children ad* - -iv ** J X_._ mittea to uie movso losuicuiuu ?*.*. Moosehart, near Aurora, 111. The lodge had two children there some time ago, but both have left. At the present time there are 580 children there, 352 boys and 228 girls. The fourteen children are confined to four families. Two of thees have five orphans each. The "flu" epidemic has been responsible for twelve of the fourteen children being orphans today. In two families the children lost tbeir father by being killed in a mine and a fatal automobile accident. Two of the children have no father or mother. In one of these instances the mother recently fell a victim to .the "flu." At the meeting a letter was read in which the authorities at Mooseheart have already made arrangements to i : FULLY I a to take care of every need in the ' of long and successful expert enc i ?? vrr J. 51. BROWXFIELD. President g: J C. RICHARD HALL. Cashier I N Dl! Geo. E. Amos Z. F. Da-vis J. M. Brown field Howard R. E T. I. Brett H. J. Hartley W. S. Meredith THE PEOPLES N Capital t/' ? onut/ FOR MEK _ r.nn-lielt mftfll ii d vexy ojliirftfui ii?kiuuuw h "-"v- ' v- .. ^ w ;V n ' - il Pre-Holid J11 le of Soils * or any woman to chcM^SmT^ isfactory suit here for-our j extremely large and sason's newest and most . | t in the store is inducted:in^js a limited purse?a navy, may be had for 4 . . ^SjaS^JS^B . j- WSi. i displayed this season and; 'M irtones, broadcloth, finest and braid trimmed^Jao ?|[ 542.50 up to $72.50 108-110 Main St; , | [receive fire of the children and vi: take the others just as soon as therrfl are in a position to accommbdfefi^fl them. To Visit Family. "s 10 J. E. "Watson. Jr_ will arrive fhe*S2Bc3 of the week from Camp Johnabn, ^ia&$|| sonville, Fla., on an indefinite leay&of J absence and will Join Mrs. Wsfcsoa; <} and little son who have been his absence, visiting Mrs. Watson's I parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Blackford.?Parkersburg News. Sanitary conditions are so bad in I Spain that even Spanish Medical gress postponed its convention .ftpuii|Z October to April: One thonsand hot cakes eaten In ] 45 minutes by Tank soldiers at Paris 1 Y. M. C. A. club. Home baked Pies and Pastrles;iBqy- ik er*s Restaurant. / Adx^afl Home Baked Pies and Pastries, I ooyeis nesxaurauu AUTU b EQUIPPED banking line, and officered by men. . jj 1 *. we solicit your patronage.EORGE ?. AMOS. Vice President L J. HARTLEY. Vice PiesM?rtr^?^ H. L. Heintzelman . JLJ j nrbee C- E- Hutchinson j 7 Duncan Sinclair AlTIONAIj BANK I $200,000 ' ^ 8 iqz. , Swaarer Mo^Lr.:l arrow receeding toe, with* '