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Practical Test of Past War Morale of Mali'" '* " Organization. ft. - ? That the testing period for tlie memHfters of the Fainaoirt Chapter of the Hlmetican Bed Cross had arrived was Hier eloped last evening at a meeting H|.the executive hoard held at Bed an headquarters. The local chapHp has an allotment of 1,600 garHants for refugees in war devastated Hcntries which must be made and Ke womec most rally to the work if ^Kallottment is put over. Mrs. das. BVeredith. chairman of the organi Rj?. -will this afternoon present the ^Vter.before the Woman's club, the Hmbers of which are probably an ^^^^^HEmbers of the R^4 Cross. Bteports from various departments Kthe chapter work were made which Beaded the monthly report of Harry Hwffllamson. treasurer, sho-wing- that BHtbe sum of $X,6SG had been spent In K<ke emergency -work attendant on the influenza epidemic. B^-'Mrs. Harry Williamson, snperintendent of the work room, reported the I work of the three departments coming! B - ruder her direction, namely tbe surglP - cal dressings, the knitting, and the Er ;.7 garment departments and C. "W. Evans, chairman of the Finance committee, outlined plans for the coming year along financial lines. The work of B?? the Home Service department was B. made by the chairman. Mrs. Joseph ' Rosier. Other business transacted was the B appointment of Mrs. Kemble White as chairman of the Press committee, auu B the waiving of tbe right of the cnapB ter to collect the collection from the Union Thanksgiving service which will K go instead to the Public Health ICursB hog service as is customary. Another matter which came up for B discussion was tbe Christmas Roll E Call or the annual membership drive Br which will be conducted this month I and for which members of the Chap ter must rally to the support of the B chairman of this department. Mrs. EM win Robinson, who was authorized to proceed with her plans which are B ' now c'omplete. The Roll Call begins | December 16th. I > PERSONALS EL Hiss Ma me Hall, of Catonsvllle. B Md? is here to spend several days j E'.' with her sister, Mrs. Rollo Conley, j B on Monroe street. Rv HissMarjorie McAndrews, who has j ft. been critically ill at Cook hospital, is , Importing slowly, fc . Miss Mary Abbott, who has been ti* seriously il"- at or home on Maple j avenue for the past three weeks, is ! improving slowly. ^ Mr. and Mrs. F. V. .^ornor and lit- ; tie daughter, Marian, who had been i Bw*"t|ie guests of Mr.- .ornor's parents, i Mr. and Mrs. Vf. B. Dickerson, have; returned home. t w#?J? v-ie; i..iv wrs i-j l . juss xaizuuvia luuivcau, wuu nw called here by the Illness and death : of her sister, Mrs. Alive Klmcead Ga Hfr bert, has returned to SIstersviile. ; - Mrs. Otis Rex road, woh -was also here, i ft~ aras taken 111 oil h -r return home on j Sfcnday. hut Is much better now. ft Lawrence Holbert, who had been i ft- ' 111 from Influenza ?id pneumonia at' ft His home near Everson for the past six weeks, was In the city yesterday. R. A. Lough, of Morgantown. was ft here yesterday en route to Wheeling1 * to attend the Scottish rite ceremonies, ft - He was accompanied hv Mrs. Lough, who is at the home of ver parents, ft. Sr. and Mrs. Eli Musgrave. C. L. ft a Musgrave joined Mr. Lough and acW 1 w componied him to Wheeling. Mrs. Jane Connors, of Mannlngton. ft was brought to the State hospital here yesterday suEering from a bro- : ft ' ken hip sustained in falling. She is | ft... advanced in' years and her Injuries i are for this reason serious. ft ; Mrs. A. L. Westcott went to Mor- j ft gas town Wednesday to hear Anna j ft Case sing. I Mrs. A L. Lehman has returned ! - from. Huntington, where she attended j the meeting of the executive board ; $?' of the State Federation of Women's! ft . clubs. ft STEAMER LINES RELEASED. WASHINGTON. D. C.. Dec. 6.?The '. Clyde, Mallory. Merchants' and MinB era* and the Southern Steamship com paaies were relinquished from Federal ft control last night by order of Director f General McAdoo. Steamship com-j paaies owned by railroads will be re ! tained under management of the rail-! V road administration. V A recuperative diet in influenza, n Korliek's Malted Milk, very digesti l^^relydid relieve j that eczema! some Resinol Ointment in | Bold.kit baj." Nothing is too good Ki, and be will need it "over K where exposure, vermin, conB,.aod the exigencies of a soldier's Base all sorts of sidn irritation, Hjfjsi?: feet and snffering. ^MMebacBtacp* jrrWnc alaost bstntly. KowSdaOTtat*7 CX& tjUL"'" *"* 8B9u ^21-.'. 1 Moe than twenty turkeys and qnaatiiies of good things to. gowith a.tinskey dinner were consumed last night by tbe large number of guests who attended the annual dinner at the First Presbyterian church at which the women of tbe Legion society wore hostesses. Service began at'Jo o'clock and that bonr found a large number of guests awaiting service who knew from past experience that late comers might be entirety too late. And this was the case last night for those who arrived around seven o'clock were told that tbe provisions had given out and no more tickets could, be sold. The long tables set in the social room were attractively arranged, baskets of poinsettla placed at intervals contrasting artistically with the snowy white cloths and shining silver. Young women members of the congregation offered most efficient service. The dinner marked the opening of a two days' bazaar, also an annual Chistmas event, and this year confined entirely to "utility" articles. Beady made dresses for girls and suits for little boys, aprons, ui-dergarments. were included in the . display and a delicatessen booth displayed canned goods, home made cakes and candles. The Stoetzer chapter of the Westminster Guild had a booth also where doll babies and their needs were supplied. The bazaar will continue through the day. * * * Will Give Recital. Puipls in music of Miss Iva Ginkel will give a piano recital on Wednesday evening, December 11. at her home in Gaston avenne. The following will participate on the program which will be announced later: Betty Carpenter. Florence Jacobs, Harriett Kemble "White. Gene Carpenter. Evelyn Allard. Marguerite Morris. Frances Watson. Jean Day, Mary Day. Mary Frances Riheldafier, Nellie Lawson, Irene Graff us. Mary Belle Haggerty, Dorothy Moore, Margaret Marshall. Mary Margery Lewis. Jane Cunningham. Catherine Tost. Margaret Coogle, Rose Victor, Harriett Marie Hoge. Appearing in Recital. Members of the Carcato club who will appear at the Masonic Temple this afternoon before the Woman's clnb arrived here at 2 o'clock. The party Included Miss Cora Atchison,' president of the club; Mrs. Homer Williams, Mrs. R. V. Regar, Miss Mary Coleman, Miss Bryan Sturm. Miss Jean Howell Bums. Following the mBf _ ? 4 i -W For a Mei TH Columbia Don't put off the seU Graf onola until the last mi "We still have most all < you a reasonably fine stoci are going fast and our sto before Christmas. We arc cannot supply the demand People realize the search have made their selection, with the request to be deliv Come in today, make y* liver the machine wheneve The Kelley 414 Main Street. STRESS OF A nation's necessity has ] of boys and girls in their business before their tim strain upon vitality and t need for the nourishing a SCOTTCE A veVy little, taken regularly, when taken by fits and starts, concentrated nourishment that and; helps confirm fire bodyin f.L ? ' " " i'" ? ,, , progr-an receptionvrfllhe held tor the guests. ~ " Nay-Eafcel. M<? Tnih Leah Eakel sad William Hamilton Nay -were married Wednesday evening at the parsonage of the Firs M- E. church by Rer. C- E. Good wn. the pastor. Mr. Ney is a wellknown attache of the Bainesvflle Man uto eta ring company. Mrs George M. Lillley has returned from a -visit of seven weeks with her sister. Mrs. 0. L." Bachman. is Ondnatti. She vas accompanied home by hr nice. Miss Dorothy Bachnnon. Be a Joy-Walker,. "fiets-lt" for Gems 2Brop?,28ecasds?Coznle Doomed! When you almost die with your hoes on sod corns make yon almost walk sideways to sot away from the pain, take a vocation tor a minute or two and apply J or 3 drops . "My Corns Peel Clean Off, WUh "Gets-It""! ' of tho world's magic and only apa- . nine corn-peeler. "Gets-It." Then, j and then only, will yon be sure that your corn will loosen from your toe ao that you can peel It right oft , gloriously easy with your fingers, i Take no chances of continued pain ! and soreness?why use greasy, lrrl- ; taring salves; plasters that shift I and press Into the "quick, razors ; end "diggers" that make corns bleed ; and also grow faster? TTse painless, i easy, always sure "Gets-It." There's ; only one llke.it in the world?thats i -Gets-It" Millions have tried and : O. K."d it for years.' It never falls, i "Gets-lt" the guaranteed, money- j hack corn-remover, the only sure ; way. costs but a trifle at sny_drog store. . JIT4 by E. Lawrence *3t co. (jnicajco. iu Sold in Fairmont and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by , W. R_ Crane & Co.. Fairmont Pbar-. macy, H. & H. Drag Co. South Side ; ? i I fry Xmas [E Gralonola j jctlon of your Columbia nute. >f the styles and can offer \ t to select from. But they I ek will be depleated long J i unable to get stock and | by of machines and many 11 paid a suitable deposit, ! ered Christmas Eve. i our selection. We will der you say. i I Music Co. ! Phone 926 [ i i ' BUSINESS plunged many thousands teens into the vortex of e. Many will feel the energy and likewise the nd tonic virtues of MUISION , is far more beneficial than Scott'* Emulsion is a. : contributes to strength vigor ?nd health. . . - JUr.. icid..v.j. ^ ^ ^ ?% We'H Stick to tiu> Km II By JOE TBXCHEL CBAPPXE. TKeTear^s BesTSater... Every American who has a b France wiH~ be thnlTni by this |l Stick to the Finish. I The Big, E The great home store lection. The greatest Christ] come to the store to do some || gestion, ease your poeketboc I SLIPPERS For Christmas Gifts Complete assortments, the best colorings. Women's Felt Juliet Slippers comfy felt, knitted bedroom slippers. satin and kid house slippers, Si.50. $1.75. $2.25. $3.50. Children's Felt Slippers, blue ana grey. $1.50. Men's Felt Slippers -with stiff or soft sales, kid Romeos and moccasins. $2.50 to $3.50.' Boys Felt and Kid Slippers. S1.50. % Slippers may be scarce around i Christmas time, anticipate and buy now. Most Practical Gifts Bath Robes We are proud of the excellent display ere have of Bath Robes for every member of the family. Here Indeed the gift proc!em may be solved, for -what could be more practical and more appreciated than a cozy Bath Robe? Fashioned of warm Beacon blanket material in pleasing colors. Women's Bath Robes in pretty I light and dark colorings, floral and Oriental patterns. $4.75 to $7.50. [I Hisses' Bath Robes in the col[ I ors that girls prefer, nice collars. ' deep cuffs and pockets. $375 to $6.00. Men's Bath Robes, bis and warm, the kin-Is that men like, $10 to $15. Children's Bath Robes, nice and warm, a variety' of colors. $3.50 up. Women's Silk Quilted Robes In ligat and dark colors, $8.50. Blankets and Comforts as Gifts The home is nearest to tbe heart and you can surely touch < the peart if yon send -a blanket or a comfortable. As nandsome as tuey are radical, for even and comfortables can be handsome. Oar stocks are - very complete now and yon will and prices are lower than elsewhere. How About a Real Warm Auto Robe? The wintry winds hold no terrors for the. motorist who is snugly wrapped in one of oar laxurioas auto robes. No cold can pierce it's closely woven folds. One-piece striped effects with fringed ends.- Scotch shawl designs, checked effects and plain grey robes. > . ' . kssy Cheerful C of Fairmont?at your service. Sensible nas in our history is only 18 days ahead, regular shopping, select an article on yo >k, choose more leisurely and satisfactory Sale of Xmas J< Salesmen's Sample Lines comprii most instances One Piece or One Set Here's the most important bargs nishes .Christmas gift buyers with t absolutely unmatchable. A great, b such .^syou buy in any good Jewelry liable Jewelry House?one of .he leac Sale of last December? If you do,"er |jj| There Beauty Pins Neck Guards W Hat Pins Jv Lingerie Clasps ^4 Ear Eings ? \ Handkerchief Holders 2 \ Broaches % * Cuff Pins ft n Stick Pins n prici i\ I f 10c, 14c, 19c, 22c, 29c, 34 \\ J j 98c, $1.18, $1-48, $1.( Wg 10 KARAT GOLD \ T RINGS \/ Choice selection of artistic shapes and designs, X studded with beautiful stones?amethysts, garnets oearls, etc. Pre-Christra MONDAY AP Offering Fashionable and Dependable Furs at Prices That Cannot Be Du plicated Later in the season. The collection includes the mos beautiful and fashionable garments an< small pieces introduced this season?de veloped with perfect, personally selectee skins joined by expert furriers, exqusiie ly lined and carefully finished in everj detailFurs that you can depend on?this store will guarantee every piece to b< jucst what it is represented to be and will protect you in your purchase. Whether You Buy f Wear, This is a This year, of all years, your gifts sb it's permanence, and in good taste. Yoc set of Furs. Your mother, -wife, sister a gift of this kindRemember the days?Monday and Your Winter Coat is ] ?Any Style or Pri< Desire* Surprisingly fine cos f prices asked, Stlrerton de Lalnes, Normandj Plushes?every good st; dsodels. loose models, a med wita fan: Ail i thin formerly?$18.00 Suits too at G Salts from oar *el stocks, which - assur woman superior qualit la Is, choice colon aad g man ship. Many for others plain tailored. ^ || things are assembled here~for^oni^^9 They will ?ly quickly. Each" faaffilyflH ur gift list, you will help to reEev^e|j|jjj - ' '":'n3ssjh3h1 eweoy Saturday >ing Jewelry of Every' Description lin event in the whole year, for x ftar-|l imely merchandise at prices thatra^J ig assortment of fresh, clean jewelry, II store. These samples are frdm:i?tr* lers. Do you remember our Lockets and Chains w ^ [c, 3Sc, 48c, 58c, 69c, 78c, % Every ring stamped 10 - ' -\ .S So'id Goio BoocheS with handsome settings, a variety ot designs. $3.00. ^ ? J I! ias Fur Sale SsiM ID TUESDAY Jfl .?: If *1 g eligh ^ * ' ^^gaSK ^ '- ^M& es. Velour tt T m Ti?j Ptift cloth and Y Qtl Will J^SH jrle, belted ' any trim- T^W/y :(%b9 ) rices less B| ^ Toys that -wtil.^ children -when-th'-; rise bright ] and early Chi 1 ifui get their' first , " ~?0~