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iluluAL IIBIff .xridofthe Burl*rSbsv*:"Whatevery PFCQHWAI Q New York to visit relatives. nephew. Jerome Veammx.
iin^mTnr ^'<^7 ih? Woan Knows " -and "The Twehre rLlAijUlNAI Allen RusseB. of Keyser, is a bast- held this afternoon ?? r mirn^iiSTflimV Vy<"*^ Th?erft.Mt*^iHlu'r<Ma.TB? _ f ' - ' Yiess visitor here. : usSJ W CrAffdeT Presents rmt ht* HeS^taTiomiced an* k "TheJFleminS: Property on Main L ? ? : _ . .:?r-J Mrs. William Rldgeiy is m from in- Candy has been aiearee, but the:M ( Vzrowaer jrresems rooms ""^^con^nS^e"thatlt IW1 HoMei'snd -Xbe^WSd Duck." etjLi- :c T> -nrr t>flnenzaat her home to Fourth street win be plenty oMtnfc-t V Qtsla Willi fT?-nrf Whirls at ..-ul TT.r^" in?. Mary.Oldham. "Mi""" of the Street IS xJeine tie- Owens Bottle Machine company, ot Locust avenue Ian Bazaar. L State Wltn Lltart VVIUdl . ^t^K^SSS-Ss^eetoS , , Toledo. 0, is spendtag.several days Harry Arrfe^chiet yeoman to the *T-: : |L f'v , Shows Tins ^??Xy*). 1- ? < :<!*.r- modeled. hereon a business visit. XT. S. Navy, located at Felham Bay. Home baked pies and I ..- worse. hSS& by-roirt turkey an W. E. Johnston, the photographer. N. T? arrived here this morning on a Bor-ers Restaurant." ^ dressing: ' . Cranberry sauce,. green , ,w"T^?iirfff Tur"ii ,?, ^w n^tinn to the side "... :... jC/ewSgfiB H % .CHARLESTON, W. Va, Dec. 3 ? beans and corn,, sweet potatoes, P?r-1?^?; ^?e **** w b?rn "1 - ' W TO?*7 per cent of all her jnen reg- lection salad; Beets, pickles, hot home Ssb^SS waXk*.m. fl HP istered under the draft act on June made rolls, butter. Jelly, Ice cream. ?!? *j* CasA and removed and one ot 1the oMasmamsrts 5/2^18. found to be physically at tor cake and. coffee. . - i^^Wni.^^rir ?f - ^ toOitaiy - service, West "Virginia took . The dlnney. .will be served .at the. Placed In fi"* ?? ?} e r ^ ' - ..TSSaSiM I * ^TL*n ^rL^ct^Lfd- SS^n?^n?,S&S^'-?d ^t^e^ ^S^ls toe net ?c- ^^^dwelSI to M^In Street Keep Up the ChrfSfr % f . DO YOUR CH&ESjjl W '"* ' toK to an announcement made today Friday. The bazaar-will be a utility retary at the Y. M. C. A f^Ms^e^'n^Dlace 1! r^Sfence?ln maS Spirit With a |N /\CVm MAS SHOPPIBSK^ by Governor Cornwell with the eon- bazaar In that the articles on sale V, ~.. .- .; ... r,.r 5^ the MesSace of Cheerful- iXwVTlV I vXV Ik __ _ __ ^104. MYsbal. G neral Miny .Salc lov^s frcm Fairmont ^ and neSS. Do it With ilmV^luO NOWI __ : " hoM ^^rbere will also he a delicates- are planning-to gp to Morganto.wn for Contractor Bnrchinaf began at once is rPFFTrvrr r< * pr?o TlV MCHININGsS - The.toveTOorrstonouricemeat was a denotes- tie Atmi--Ca,e '^meert_ tilere at the remodel -the buUdlng which will be] GREETING CARDS <7 J-vavtoj: fe. ^? npo^the receipt of a chart from X^rt- Strand theatre-tomorrow evening. De- ^ting purposes It is understood ? ? General Crowder showing the standing The Stoetaer Chapter oltbe-Wert- rtmbir 4aL Miss cast, who is a ' a?regattog 52,000 will be exH ?f, -with the ham/anil a meet- pwariaent-member of the Metropoli- pended oa Improving the property. I / - ';?'^^i ch^rt abb wed that North, Dakota stood ncctlonwltb-the bazaar an tta <GrSod Opera, company, is one-'of This property was tor many years J uaujy io tPjfJSI si dfrjp*zi second with 54.7 percent, while Con- J?S chapter will he_held at 4 ^ most popular concert artists be- tt,e residence of Mr. Fleming's father, | ir, -fl tin r-r, ^aih If^ll-r vr. ti n a-a er\ jj ^ ? JLJL nectlcnt stood lowest with only 28.5 o c loc:61 ? "? <?mlth vill meet Wre the-pubBc'and fills the largest g a. Fleming, a pioneer resident ol' II Q fi i^^lr Jl jlllOlLllS^Llf^Cjl!^ Oil VV mf Percent ^ and. auditoriums- Ouonghout the city. and was one of the first resl- j A flJlW W B.'Wii U iS. A 21^ \fa2JiUi IMS The chart, which la a photographic e p country. The Anna Case concert on fences to be erected In this city. A ? j?_ p m copy of the original made for General rangemenrs. ^ ^ ^ a Wednesday erentog Is- the first In a The property will be cut down to a i /(_ ff \V _ H fl.. _ Aft Jl J| 1/ M|| Crowder, bears the general's autograph finerfi to Otr series of thm to-be given to Morgan- ievel .^th Main street. j ff^lf VI TUl M O H Dl 9|o|fl II VaUO I notation of presentation to Governor ? .Guests to town in memory of Llna Esther Pal- ? I wLQUiilb W q hy ItilJLw0V OUiA^ll \a^R flVfcfl~on nW I 4m Cornveil. along with his congratnla- : Congressman ^George E. Lunn, of ffler, of that dty. who lost her life last Jiff "?v?.. tfcms and compliments. It will he Schenectady, N. Y-, who wjtnigth ae- spring to a railroad wreck on her re- iiirilT llinflllll A It Ift ! W1 - framed and hung to the executive Uvered an ^address attheFl rst ^ Pres- tara from New-York city. The other llfLV I III III |ftl|jl||| |\ f office- byterlan church on the Normal hec- two-concerts In the course will be giv- Iff |gl I ||||I|I||II|1 lag j The Jane. 1918, registration consist- ture course, was a guest whUe In the QIl by Relnald Werrenrath, Metropoli- ? UU I filMiim "W _ _ KTW g "Tfc ed-only of the young men who had be- city of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Regan at ^ Grand Opera baritone, and Mar- ___ rAn nrnillAII IX f~\\kl I h^l r come 21 years old since June 5, 1917, their home on Watson avenue. garet Borne, violinist, and the thlro niTLlI LllD ULDfllvll' J.^1 UVV J. liCiL A CClVv - 3 i the date of the first registration. "" "- by Jascha Heifetz, the sensational 1-1 I ] 11 rllVf nr|j||IA|yh I ' i*teresting Addresses. young Russian violinist. The net pro- (Jl I LU I (III IILIIUIUlllj T T ' -. B--"'' ' ' ; Mrs. O. G. Wilson and Miss Wil- ceeds from these concerts will be glv- I?I I /^1Y1 /> V, Vs. . ?-H helmtaa Cochayene gave interesting ?n to the Red Cross. Miss Palmer j X XClO V/V/lllV' \^^?fF\ PUT"1 A T1! TO A XTT-v talks at the meeting of the Ldtelatnre was well known to the Fairmont pub- T -r>_ vwr-t. . )?U \v '-.1^9 -I )KA I HS AND and Art department of the Woman's Uc, where she appeared on different J&meS M. Bragg, OI Web www ? war A. . : club, whlcix was held, in the club occaslons.as concert pianist, and many _+__ Pruifltxr Opts FHctin. [YTfVIY* STIfl MilfP A TP VV niTIPtl < (VflljfwiV \ ;j3 CI J\irp A I Q apartments yesterday afternoon. The ot hr admirers here will attend/the Ster COUnty, CxCTS UlS?-m 1 IUIC dllU i 1UIC FUC VV U1UC11 5 ^ r I oV \' ^ department Is engaged to the study concerts to Jlorgantown. gllished Service CrOSS. TllOUghtS TllITling tO'DfCSS ^VvJ' \ Fred C. Flezmlken. 1?? . . H - _ ... - . t\ \ j J* Fred C. Flennlken. a former resi- ? ^^ T*a r^mox t arnxvio One Whst Virginian figured to the Beautiful GoWUS fOr dinner and evening \ .]N^ / SHBBh i j IP sasasjegasiisfsa -WASHINGTON NEWS aaa^^.,w?*y?Sg we^ come to the &?. N?w modA.wM> * ^ bhb| .on Sunday at Tuscon. Arizona, ac- VV rK^ooin i 1 PublicaUon to^y. This is ^Private ; thrill of newness that IS not Only Captivating, f WVS&t'pM 1-^ SrtUte QObSix La-CHAin.es brooks smith. | 3^s^try fi. s. No. 754936) who i but thoroughly entrancing?every incoming \st brought to Morgantown for Inter- / ' ' - I is commended for^extraordinary hero- style fortells the approach of many brilliant Bl Imi f ^^rtidn! ^r^Flenniken wlL% weU WASHINGTON'. D. C., Dec. 3.?The Senator Sutherland Is In receipt of October 2-7,1918. Private Bragg was ! SOCial functions that will require these new known to many Falrmotners, who War Industries Board, as powerful a formal notice fro mtlie Pension Com- on duty with a detachment of his rep. j evening dreSS6S. will learn of his death with regret, piece of -the war machinery as was missioner that an increase in the pen- ment which was cut off ana surround-. Following: his graduation from the constructed by the government, is slon of Endch F. BlackwelU of Bridge- ed by enemy in the Aig:onne forest, j T\cvtr^"Inr^/? eoHn ehiffoTi wolwf cronr- , IT# uBla -7? w. V. U. law school he took up the gradually gofng Into liquidation.. Ber- port. W. Va., has been granted. It is France, for five days. Though he was , Developed HI satin, CnillOn, Velvet, geor 0 \ if . 1 a practice of his profession in Morgan- nard M. Barach, Its-chairman, has for- at.the rate oI 835 a month from Sep- wlthoutjood ^ throughout this perioa,] georgette, Crepe and velvet lfi exqUSlte effects. town, which he continued until 111 warded his resignation - to the Presf- temper 7, 1918. he continued to render first aid to the & & j St ?r-.y health forced him to seek a different dent to take effect January 1st. It is -wounded, exposing himself to heavy , Al?TTR,l?'\rrtO"V ATVFI TiTNXFR PRESSES I P l climate. He had held several posl- probable that most of the big men as- Mrs. Cooper accompanied Congress- shell and machine gun fire at the risk j AC liLrviNUDiN AIND JJIIN i\ C/lv lilVfi&OiiiS. \\ 1-/1 r; tions of trust in the city and county socfated with him-will step out with man Edward Cooper back from their of his life, until he was completely ex- j ^ ,, . ' VS.4ifgll^i during his residence there. He is him, considering ths*t the work of the borne at Bramwell. Mr. Cooper arriv- hausted. Homeaddress: G.F.Bragg,; in eXClUSlVe models?a type that Will appeal \ y : survived by his wife, formerly Miss organization is practically ct an end. |SK ta time to be to his seat when the father, Boggs, Webster county. West rllcen'minoHno- -room ATI nf tocfA who desire V Julia McGrew. daughter of Major and ani what work Is to be carried on can joint session of Congress was held on 1 TO discriminating WOmen OI taste VVHO UtJb e V Mrs. W. C. McGrew, and one son. be attended to by subordinate offl- Monday. The Coopers are now occu- : Something distinctive. r\? t } James.' He was a member of the ciris and clerks. pyfng a furnished home In Chevy f||J DverArinfisn / ) X o j Morgantown Presbyterian church, the Among those going out will be Hon. chase, which was leased for the win- VIU riCSUlIpIIDII frano Mptenr anH Vdvct T J ^/JtMasonic and Elks lodges. William M. Rltter, of Welch. W. "Va., ter for them several weeks ago. _ y. , , rllltiy txeorgette, Crepe irieieor ana V eive . HA' ::| iWral of Monford Fluharty. West Virginian associated with Mr. Senator Sutherland's office Is in re- ^ ^ ^ i ^ ? ?? It-' Mohford Fluharty. a member of ? ceipt of a notice from the Pension Bu- H stopped to reason' |yL the D. S. Army, died yesterday morn- ^ 'Iw ?^ reau to the effect that an Increases ^wTls thatlo many prodncto ftat i lng at hto horrie at RivesviUe .while ^J? j' pension, at the are otenslTel* advertedl all at oncej ? i ^ ^FM^^T^pp^riirhtK^r^rhlaR business men are prpfuse In their com- where they went to see the letter's for eample. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, ^ niVhirof^^^l ^thal rnd^^rake^ R J?,,* pUments and gratitude for the courte- brother; Newon Grubb. who has been a preparation I have sold for many .| v / ? |1 ^ T T _ : piCCUreo ailCl Ollfl ous treatment and many favors shown brought home-from France on account years and never hesitate to recom- | t?pTA-MriDC fhp I "ITp AT I" HP f-I OTTl^ things tOfi llUmer I m nlngham In charge. them by Mr. R(ttet It a of woutld8 received in action. His mend it for almost in every case It MclUllllCS LUC Dllt D1 lilt- 11U111C 6f mpnHr>T? . . n.^irin. helpi to them; they say, to have had ultimate recovery Is predicted. An- Sbows wonderful reults, a many of my uua .. " Mrs. a. i. HawEius. - ona of thejr own. on that important other brother. Scott Grubb. died at customers testify. No other kidney What a WOnderful change Can be brought about among the CllGdjKStl IjL' Funeral services over the body of official body, who knew their sitna- Boeton recently from blood poisoning, remedy that I know of has so large ,, _ . ? TwxorvK-Pnl ArofArrnAU to WAltlPT) and I H Mrs. A- J. Hawkins, whose.death oc- yon an dlccal trade' and transporta- He was also, to- the service of his a sale.." through the USe 01 D HUulIUl CT6 tonnes. gliCS TO WOuwalfja^W M curred yesterday from influenza at tiou conditions. They paly tribute to country-. - According to the sworn statements Cretonne can be used in so many ways and In so many places girls. Smoker StaHQffJ K ^home at Baxter, will beheld on hfs fajnjes, and Justice, as well as to ? and verified testimony of thousands An.1 Cretonne can be w:to? n?^^electloa. showing every new ^,MA?t aTiapW^^M Wednesday afternon from her late his positive genius for comprehending BELGIUM'S DAMAGE ESTIMATED, who have used the preparation, the effect for Winter tables, CfieCKer Dgj .u residence, with interment; in the business in its larger aspects.' The BKnaSELfr Dec 3 ?The central In- success of Dr. Kilmer' Swamp Roots color and effect for Winter. . tables, etc.* for - 2$E9L I !' JonescemeteryatBellvlew. under, the many West Virginians who had busi- of hfer 1? due to tho fact that, so many people Inspection will reveal some of the prettiest designs you have ever -rr.-,' TT* m Tmi.I ' direction of Undertaker Jonts A spe- nesg ^yj. him will not soon cease to ?n ^^KU^^ estimfter^t Beld claim, it fulfills almost every wish In seen Prices range from 25c to $1.00 yard. VlSlt tne I The body of John Kuhanlk. aged of the state was an opportunity that 560,090 francs (51, 0 Al-.O 1. you may receive a cample bottle g p ' 31, a Polishman woh died at Farm- Mr. Rltter greatly appreciates. ' of swamp Root by Parcels Post Ad- ' _ tagton Mine No. 8 from influenza. Is When he. formally retires from the , . dress Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton, at the Williamson morgue In this city position It will be with the best wish- M to ff to||#XX IT. Y., and enclose ten cents also men- JHQRr Aff&C' A l awaiting the arrival of relatives from es of any. army of newly-made friend* I Iff tion The Fairmont West Virginian. . aBMi^ is> iL ^ | Detroit, who are en route here. represented In every part of the conn- Large and medium size bottles for sale ~ B kxmwn colored wonfan.^died yester- ^n^^^5>0(|^nno,wlce? ? has I gy?IPldlty Of OtlttS ll I advanced age. 'nie^sdy^as^token ?nd^?^res seated in^Hardy coun- HS-ndkCfClllCtS monflng, where'^tatermen^vrintlbe "t J. 1 5 T made on arrival. ^^Before smrtlag ^for^ hls^ambassa- ?>4^g|rT^oNC*IL^fL^* i '* kerchief ChnStmas Will IIDa.tjlIS]^ Funeral of J. Jerome Menear. accomwiled by his wife, ^(ftrav^tog Br tafat Srtt? _p?n?^ but n?te B J _ . ' * ? D ? -m , a has anticipated every Cllx IaUaxHiS;jjWl^j^ I Funeral services over the body of with the President's party, Ambassa- . I S^5S I Pocket Memo Books TfinllODn^ llf AlTI^Yl- kerchief thought HandkeTChSef8? for I J. Jeromne Menear. son of Mr. and dor ttiyis was tendered.a notable din- S2'^SSk.te^SSS I ' as Xmas Gifts 1 UUUoailUO vl X1111WAA _ rnPTTibAr of the familv^ .Mrs. Arthur Menear. whose death ?er"by the famous' Alfalfa club, a US AmaS IvlXTS every KiemDer Xne xai^y^Wl** De t occurred on Monday morning at an Jtmcfceon organization which Charles ^ St1S.-^SS^'hUS.attiSd I De Luxe "Loose Leaf Pocket Memo* A-Sf* MoHp | HVC found here.Ill all the latest ldea^ al| * early hour, were held this afternoon P-Llght^ foraer State Road Commls- vp* ?*5^!?.?gL?gL^StSSI SS25? meet with instant favor because of lull 1 AClUL M. \J J Oy . -..-..uip nriofxt. K... at 2:30 o'clock from the residence of sloner. for. West vVirgfjiia, originated. t>?> it-oot <*?v I their usefulness, durahili^-.and attrac- - . . ate reason Die prices. .7 K' his parents on Fourth street. The Prom a small. Informal beginning; the tm<mm im?setttn*urUibi;rf?o fl?a B tire appearance. -? - U?M/ivn/io At V l\ IY1AY1 Plain and fancy Handkercnlets, 5c"U^TlII'ibI B Rev. C. E. Goodwin, of the First M. Alfalfa clubETawtolarge proportions. I*#) HEAOUN > B^d to gemune blaci Morocco ? XltlH.Cllf6ClS OI /xillwiri" Pl^n White and Colored Handkerchto^^^^M E. church, conducted the services and 111 distinguished intellectual quality. ' tte.il timTn,tr mw tol bm be.uH'1 with black skiver bnicg. Endsheets box 60c. ? ? . B?. interment was made in Woodlawn and prodigious local fame. Mr. Davis ft ^ '^5 ft m bl^ Moire sOk finish. Filled I Ti/lnAo DaIIc Plaln all Linen Handkerchiefs, I ssssassssssi'si I:^'S"2S?-^.| ?fs can Made ijoiis ana r Books and Games ct^c.^ag^M ^| hw^iu1 ena n?rap,^r editor. totJmlte of tte ^ t \ | caadren-,' FBncy ^ ' ~ j (jBiOIC Bo:ied ^udkerchiefs,, ?" rcs'llence last night at 7.30 o'clock. qj, Thursday evening, Senator w^ : . .. . '. w- WeTntvr. Howard Sutherland. Representative , ^ P KafCftinS 1TI ' A ToytOWll That IS the Children S Cilly Plmirxf nfld HYIlfl " tSt??&^Si4?SS>S. . mL~? oargains m ^ mw*. bilk Gloves and 1 5S?re^ff^asaws '>=F^ HATS *<*?&>,**??>**?*?> Underwearl BCr" .' " Miss Mclntyre was a teacher in the 1^j^jtonehje^eM-Mii?e? dir?ctlon||| fa > II;II difficulties could prevent us from I . . _ M, ' S"thL8a?t?>ls and was weU kaown ,. ? 19 In order to make room having this year, as formerly, a Featuring New ^Sso^*m?lte, CHAyGE fx>*r FTtA3tE- ^RSSSSSWBSw^S i " 1 for our HOLIDAir Goods very complete and a very iSL^aWe M^" I. ***&!&> '> ***** : If we are CLOSING OUT I showing of Dolls, Games. B j Italian Silk Vests?-in' low nedr-eBB^^SSftft sailed from New York yesterday on &meatn- 1} v I MechaiUCal TOVS?implements Of less to white and dainty pink $2255S?nS9| the "Orizaba" for an EngUsh port, ac- = _J@L 1C- Tr.ZnCd and Tai1 id 1 Wflr Tramu urtti fill onrts of new Crepe de Chine GovmAT cxtra haacri^Wj^H I. coWing to information received here .? - - ^ , Mftn War, lrams, 2nQ aU SOXTS OI nev with reinforced crotch, to pink. $3J50 to-$4.75.'l by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. . . ' . . " Hats Rt $3.UU. Contrivances Of the very new ana Crepe de Chine Gowns of beautiful; aoftfl ^"tagae hra made nine ocean IFIftE J3BT ClF^I ~ / Very Scarce production. .quality. In flesh $5.QQ ^$12^0." iniiiinitlj^ I delighted at the prospect of landing P^J US BLOUSE SHOP A hearty welcome whether yd** . I trinu^nH? 5ige^$ stated |I * ^kMQNt HOTEL BUILDING come S8t or buy? ^orta in. the next several zno&Uxs* "