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, v W^^/sr^~il : urn m?--p.* kZfitr^ftKzi -'muwiM ?f'J^>pfo?)/ ;'BEPA??*f?, I 9 jm&mtl / : CKtE THESE / -: wasa ?i6 *-^? -f/- ?^i^yv/ """> I on nil lour sides, lotted line 1 -ta lotted line 2 and rtion underneath ' ipleted turn orsr nrprislnr tesnlt. j J _ THE WEATHER. "*Etver "l 6.7 "feet, ^ . EVENTS TONIGHT. ( Pt'': Dereny building?Elks. : E?V.5 Odd Fellows" hall ? Marion Lodge. 11 Bed Men's hall?Marion Lodge, K., i i'K. ot P. ball?Pythian Sisters. i< Rfe- Tir-Meetfng of bowlers at 7: SO p. m. P p'v-;g.:-3Isdn street?Robert E. Lee Chapter, j: U. D. C-, meeting at heme of Mrs. ' fets* * 'E. C. Frame at 7 p. m. j J Arthur Ester Back?Lieut. Ar- t .tinr B. Fisher who has been in < training- at amp Wadsworth. X. Y. < &;X=-'vgtbr the past year has been diseharg- i < gv etl and has returned home. Fisher ! has-Just completed a four months ! yt . training course at West Point and vwas-commissioned a second neuten on. December 6 and on the Sth < Kjp5':?as' honorably discharged. , j *:'JK. 6. K. Meeting?An important | &?? .meeting of Fidelity Castle. No. 41, j' ^V Kjuighta of the Golden Eagle, will be |J y' Md on Thursday night in Musgrave j j -Fined for loitering?Lucile Key- ' . ser. a colored girl, was fined 510 in I! ^Hjv^jpotice coqrt for loitering. j; K|; ' 'Abandoned Ford Claimed?The Ford auotmobile which was left stranded across the street car tracks f at Barastown on Saturday night after gjpx having been damaged considerably j t was yesterday claimed by its owner. ' | Ben Simpson, of Rivesville. The car'' .tPWis left by. the son of the owner and . j : companion after having been dam- j ' feci'?' aged. Local policemen, being noti- |1 feci lied that street car traffic was being | Bp: j impeded by the car. went to the scene ! and removed the car from the tracks. Mp&rV Cleaning Up?A number of build- 1 KKV.-dngs have been torn down or are in < the. process of being taken apart in ' |pi- the city. The traction office freight : EH - - shed which was built last winter on 1 T Jackson street, is one of these buildB'/t." ings .A temporary building near the K; James Supply company building, has F been- torn down. Now that the war KjT.,' :4s" over. many such buildings will be ; - disposed of in some some manner. vVBarton Man Injured?John Burke.] j?v employed at Barton. W. Va.. was adp?4%jBBmed to Fairmont hospital today suf5 -i',*fi8ring with injuries sustained in an B';- accident. He was not seriously 5n1 Saeel Here ? P. A. Sacci. a Fair Ep'-: .snonter.. is hero on a furlough from j Camp Meade. Admiral. Md. As yet he Xtais not been discharged. He assisted S%'.:*iihere in the last Liberty bond drive. 1* Aboirt Again ? Today Attorney Kw. David A. Ritchie made his appearrjice <m the streets of Fairmont after hav vp;'~'dn8 be$a ill with the "flu" for several $r j. :.-Court Still in Session?Judge Haytaond has adjourned his court until Thursday, and Is busy at present lookB ing over various cases not up ior trial. wj-%nch as eases dealing with various right, divorce decisions and jggsgother'cases Judge Haymond felt sure ht.rtlte might adjourn court entirely last &*?fa4nrday, but finds he will not finish jj&.virosk before the last of this week Had Ten Quarts?Josie Boxdale of ^^^&psy was arrested last night with gEgSett-fluarts of whiskey concealed clev?p?K|y about her clothes Thomas JefV;lerson Grisham who was with her. had E ten pints also hidden quite out of ^folght 'When examined Josie grew QBite impudent, but was finally per?^?aded to remain calm Both these Iffiffjpeople. carried also packages, meant ^present picture I ram us ana nooxs ? unwrapped they were found to in four pints of whiskey each released from jail on bond Fred coaylsted on a number of charges, hut'that of felony fie will come t ^ fis T?Sunday between Johnston ndio an d Maple avenue. String earl beads. Finder please phone IWV iCeward.I2-10-2t-4m I SALE-?Overland. Model 90. Has m ran 3,000 miles. In first class tion."' Cheap If sold at once. 229 Vtraalk Ave. 12-10-3t-4S30 I... . 5*6." This me^r box lsSln first oondftlon. Donatio Meo, MonS.-JW. Va. I 12-10-3t-4833 leeda'are ca record jit the county clerk* office: W H tacw and wife, 9-7 interest Is land la Manntngtcn 900; Oectrlc Lodge to Willie Downs Land in FarmingT'-m cemetery $25 Marriage L'cense?Marriage license las been 'issued to Herbert Harold. 21. and Rebecs C Summers, 10, both >f Hoult Ladies' Aid to Sew?Ladies' Aid society members of the Central Christian church will meet tomorrow aftercoon and evening at the home of Mrs. Fred Batteger, of Maple avenae to complete preparations for the bazaar which will be held Saturday at the Ice ind Hardestv store. Mr*. Moran Recovering?Mrs. C. E. Moras, the aged mother of Mrs. C. F. Ice. who has been very ill with pleurisy for the past three weeks, is again able to be about the home. Children Have Flu ? Miss Etbelyn | and Martha Louise Ice are down with ' the influenza at their home, 439 Walnut avenue. Morgantown Visitor ? Rev. Dr. A. Moore, superintendent of the Morgantown district of the Methodist church, will be the guest for a few days of Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Reed at their home in I Fairmont avenue. Quilting Party?The members of the Barrackville lodge of Pythian Sisters will have an all day quilting party at I ? ? Violl T'Vuiv-CrlrW rtf this I lucu ??*? - ? week. DEATHS AND]; ' FUNERALS j .. j Funeral of Mrs. Hunsaker. Funeral services over the body of Mrs. William F. Hnnsaker whose ieath occurred Friday from influenza it her home at Kingrcont were held his murning in the First Presbyterian. :hurch in this city on the arrival of he 10:07 train from the east. Dr. H. 2. Stoetzer, of the First Presbyterian :hurch, conducted the funeral services which were attended by a larg* ( number of relatives and friends.' I ..".'..I fl/srol nt. I ictre wftC u.t.ii? uvt?? w*- j 'erings j At the conclusion of the services i .he body was conveyed to Woodlawn ! cemetery where it was buried by Un- j iertaker Cunningham. The pailbear-: ;rs were three brothers of Mrs. Hun- j taker and three brothers of Mr. Hun- j taker, namely, Richard Brown, of j Alexandria, La.; John and Arthur | Brown, of this city; John Huusaker. I )f Fleming, Ky.; Charles Hunsaker. j >f Kingmont, and Fred Hunsalter, of ! this city. i Among relatives here for the ser- j rices are Adam Brown, of Shenandoah,' Pa.; Richard Brown, of Alexandria,] La.; Mrs. A. Wrick, of Akron, O.. i orothers and sisters of the deceased: ] Mrs. Mary Riggs. of Pittsburgh, a j vmsin. and John Hunsaker. of Flern ins. K>\ Sterling Rlggs, of Pittsburgh, i iras hero on Sunday but had to return home before the services. Vaughn Lee Musgrave. Vaughn Lee. aged two and one-half years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Musgrave, died yesterday from influenza it the home of his parents at Pharaoh's run Funeral services were held today at 2:39 o'clock and the body was buried in Oakdale cemetery by Undertaker R. C. Jones. Sarah W. Radcliff. Sarah \Vinfield Radcliff. aged two months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. R. Radcliff. of CaJiwba. died yester .lay at the home of her parents. The tody was buried in the Radcliff cemetery this afternoon by Undertaker KC Jones. Funeral of Albert Lee Morris. Funeral services oyer the body of Albert L.ee Morris, -whose death occurred Sunday night at his home at Baxter from influenza, were held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from his heme followed by burial in the Cunningham cemetery by Undertaker Musgrave and son. Funeral of Harry Kanash. The body of Harry Kanash. of Bellview. was interred this afternoon in Woodlawn cemetery by Undertaker Musgrave and Son following services at the grave. Burial was made by the United Mine Workers* organiaztion. of which the deceased was a member. Funeral of Mary Shreevei. Funeral services over the body of Miss Mary Shreeves. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shreeves. whose death occurred yesterday morning, were held this afternoon from the family residence on Glady Creek followed by burial in the Vincent cemetery by unaertaicer jenmns. Laura Fortney. Laura Fortney. aged 4 years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Elmer Fortney, of Colfax, died last night at the home of her parents from influenza and pneumonia. Her motcer, a sister and ?OU~l4 -Sll/uT) WAIT A I the latter being ina critical wmfltipit The body will he Interred on "Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Mt_ Zkm cemetery by Undertaker Carpenter and Ford. Cariie B. Hayes. Carlie B. Hayes, aged SO years, son of Ezra and Belle Hayes, died last night shortly after midnight at the < home, of his parents on Baker's ran I near Mannfngton. after an illness from I influenza and pneumoniae. He is sur-1 vired by his parents, three brothers, j Clyde, of near Mannington: Jesse Lu, j of Camp Meade, >ld.; Oscar E-. or Man- j st^r?vr^ Mr?. Chas. i Potter, of WeUsburg; Mrs. Jacob Hamilton, of near Mannington; Mrs. Eliza Satterfield. of Rymer, and Mrs. Gien Duncan, of Mannington. Jesse Hayes arrived home from camp last night Funeral services will t).e held on Wednesday morning at ten o'clock from the residence followed by burial in the family cemetery by Undertaker Hney. of Logansport. 4 iuifsPEMERS ON LAST CAMPAIGNS ' j Rank and File Will Wind' Up Engagements on December 21. Four minute speaking will close on Christmas Eve. December 24, when one speaker will be appointed to each theatre to voice a tribute to our allies. The rank and file of Four Minute Men will conclnde their work after the next campaign, "Red Cross Christmas Roll Call." which will be waged from Friday evening. December 13. until Satovortiic 'Hopomhor 21 Dilft to a. i tuuo- -..,..,5, _ shift in the schedule the subject. "What We Have Won." will be drop- j ped on and after next Friday. The Four Minute Men and Four Minute Women will apper.v as follows: Friday. December 13?Dixie. Harry Shaw; Nelson. O. G. Wilson; Princess, R. C. Miller; Hippodrome. A. L. Lehman. Afternoon?Dixie, Mrs. EeBolt; Nelson. Miss Oldliam: Princess, Mrs. Barnes; Hippodrome. Mm. Morrow. Saturday. December 14?Dixie. JE. M. Showaiter; Nelson. J. M. Jacobs; Jrincess. H. L. Satterfield: Hippodrome. A. J. Kern. Afternoon. Dixie, Miss Davis; Nelson. Miss Rogers: Princess. Mrs. Meredith: Hippodrome, Miss McGranahan. Monday. December 16?Dixie. Joseph Lehman: Nelson. U. H. Dunlap; Princess. J. "Walter Barnes: Hippodrome, H. E. Engle. Afternoon?Dixie, Miss McGranahan; Nelson, Mrs. "White; Princess. .Miss Johnson; Hippodrome. Mrs. DeBolt. Tuesday. December 17?Dixie, H. s". Lively; Nelson. E. Carl Frame; Pun"Rmi-rsr* * Winnmirnmp. C. W. Evans. Afternoon. Dixie. Miss ! Ross; Xelscn. Mrs. Barnes: Princess. Miss Preston: Hippodrome, Miss, Rogqrs. j Wednesday. December IS?Dixie. R. [ A. Pollock: Nelson, James A. MorePrincess. H. L. Satterfield: Hippo-! drome. Ira L. Smith. Afternoon?! Dixie, Mrs. Meredith; Nelson, Miss Davis; Princess. Mrs. DeBolt; Hippodrome. Miss Oldham. Thursday, December 19?Dixie. O. S. McKinney: Nelson. George DeBr.lt; 1 Princess. Joseph Rosier; Hippodrome. | W. J. WIegel. Afternoon?Dixie, Miss ! i Preston: Nelson. Miss McGranahan; I Princess. .Mrs. White: Hippodrome,! Mrs. Meredith. i i Friday. December 20?Dixie. A. L. Lehman: Nelson, R. C. Miller; Princess. 0. G. Wilson; Hippodrome. Harry Shaw. Afternoon?Dixie. Mrs. Mor row; Nelson .Mrs. DoiJolt; Princess. Miss Oldham: Hippodrome, Miss Johnson. Saturday. December 21?Dixie. H. L. Satterfield; Nelson. Joseph t.ehman; Princess. J. M. Jacobs; Hippodrome. E. M .Showalter. Afternoon? Dixie. Mrs. White; Nelson. Mrs. Meredith: Princess. Mrs. Morrow; Hippodrome, Miss Ross. eOSAMLIBRASI (Continued from Page One.) N ! thing had got to be done .because he was mad. Cosimo said ne tried to ! calm January, telling him not to i break up a family like that of Calibrasl. but that January refused to listen, saying he had to do something. because he couldn't keep from it any 1 longer. Mollie Martin, neighbor of Rosa, testified that on Saturday night January Mike called her into the yard and asked that she tell Rosa to come to her house the next day and talk to him?that he had something to For hundreds of years the Nile floods have not varied 10 days la their arrival. say to her. Mollie stated she told him she didn't have time. She furFRECKLES AND HIS I B BoRRoW jV 11 B--I1 heard screams, and went in to Rosa's house to find her heading over January with a gum. Rosa said: "I kill January!" There was nobody home, bnt herself and the smaller children. Nick, the husband of Rosa, testified that his wife told him about the actions of the would-be lover, saying that she didn't want him fonger in the house, and/that he replied: "All right, we wont hare him, then, if he raises trouble here!" January then stopped Nick a number of times on the street and other places to ask whyhe could not come in as usual. He got very mad because Nick continued to refuse to see him at the house, and finally told Nick himself that he would spoil Christmas for all of them there. Tr brought out in the testimony that while January had known Rosa | in Italy years ago, Rosa -was then bnt ten years old, too young lor any loTe affair to have been started. Rosa was allowed to tell her own story in her own way as follows: She spoke Quickly in much excitement, living over the shooting in a realistic manner. She motioned -with her hands and shook her head in a tense way. She began: "January (she called him Jelmero), he come to my house. I say, you better get out of h're. He say, Rosa, you so pretty. I want you to go way with me. I say, no trade my I man for $1,000! He say bad words to me, and I say he better not tell me those words again! My little girl and baby cry. and I push .him out the door. (This occured on a visit before the shooting). He say he want me leave my little girls, ana if I don't, he fix me. Then he say again, you mnch pretty! 1 say. I got one man to -watch me and I not like him watch me and say me pretty. He say. Me dies for you! I take big stick and hit him over hea-d. He say he cut my face up soon. He say I have no Christmas. He say he will do me right when he get me! I not let children go to school one week. Fraid he' come *- ? ? * ? wnen jl aione. , On the Saturday before the shooting. January visited the home of Rosa ! again. He again asked her if she in- j tended to go away with him. and when she refused emphatically, he again threatened that Christmas would find the family spoiled. Rosa in testifying, said that if she had not killed January, he would have killed either her or her husband, and in either instance .shesaw but one thing to do to remedy the matter. A number of her friends feel that she preferred to sacrifice herself if necessary to be rid of January, so that the father of her eight children might be sav- < ed. On Simdav nisht January visited | Rosa's home, appearing suddenly with one hand held in bis pocket. He attempted to hare Rosa sit beside him. arranging two chairs for that purpose. Rosa testified that she'saw instantly what was going to happen, and reached for her own revolver. One shot from January's gun struck the floor and one shot form Rosa's gun struck the opposite wall. Deputies rfom the sheriff's office examined the wall and floor early this morning. Rosa shot a number of times, and even after January fell to the floor she shot again an ' struck his head with the handle of the gun to make sure he would not rise and still shoot her. She then ran to the door and called for help, saying that she could get nobody at all for a long time. She sent one of her children for the police to come and arrest her, not for a moment trying to deny the crime. Her oldest daughter, aged 12, testified merely that the man lay on the floor dead when she came back into the room after leaving for a moment. This child was the only witness of the shooting. DIRTY COAL GETS (Continued from Page Onet both meetings labor matters generally will be discussed. Fleming Discharged. Dr. Carter Fleming. Qf Fourth street, this city. physician of the Jamison Coal and Coke company, at Dakota, has been honorably discharged from Camp Dix. Wrights town. X. J., and is expected to return to the Fairmont field by the latter part of the week. Dr. Fleming is assistant to Dr. E- P. Smith, of Barrackville, the chief physician of the Jamison Coal and Coke company. Dr. Smith was uottorauiy ulacuar^u last week and Mrs. Smith today stated that sue expected him to return here either today or tomorrow. Dr. Smitb for some months had been located at Raritan Arsenal at Metuchen, X. J., which no doubt is a base hospital since the wounded boys are being brought across Lbe waters. Both Drs. Smith and Fleming arc 1 very popualr among the miners and the men all will be glad to bid them a welcome return. In the absence of the company's physicians the corpoijai tion has looked after the health con; ditions of the men tuiongh the courtesy of local physicians, wno agreed i to assist enlisted physicians in caring FRIENDS?(ISNT SLIM T A. fcirt x \ 7^2^- /?S I VEP ROPE \ \ /_ ^ LtTTl? m\\&, J /see-??.' I \ (r-I'M GOAJNA < I nee rr K'SEiP ) " ,-'v. ' 1 ofservdce. c^r 8uJ>pJ^ qjj_ Derailment on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company's line over the mountains, between Grafton and Cumberland. appear 'to have worked ont seriously for the Fairmont region. The ears after having flowed into the region very splendidly for weeks took a drop last Saturday and continue to slump. Today there were Ull?a little more than a IPO shy of the "full run," which would not be so bad. bat the placement fell to 947. Some of the United Mine Workers locals are prob aly holding their election this after-1 noon and the loading may be shaded down accordingly. Shortage Expected. U. B. Williams, local representative ; of the Railway administration, be- i lieved today that there might be a I continuation of car shortage on the B.; & 0. for the next few days because of | tee derailments on tee mountain section. He holds oat hopes for a better car supply later on however. Yesterday's Loading. Coal cars loaded in the Fairmont region yesterday numbered 1,16S. Of this number 1.057 were loaded east and 111 were loaded west. Eastward there were 1.048 coal and SO coke cars and westward there were SS coal and 23 coke cars. Much Sickness About. Little improvement if any was noted In the sickness among the miners and their families in the Fairmont district today. If anything it might he a little forse . The damp, foggy weather experienced the past few days have not helped matters. While no particular section is affected it appears to be a general complaint in the region. Wiswow ?AO1 AAmnaniae art* I 9UU1C VI bUV U1Q5VI wu* wvaMj.<~.vv bit hard in tbeir operations. Where miners themselevs are not actually sick they are forced to remain at home frequently to look after ill members of the family. John M. Wolfe, manager of the Jamison Coal and Coke company, today | stated that the "flu" situation at the i company's operations H being checked and a gradual improvement has been ! noted daily. Coal Notes. John Davidson, of the office of the I Northern West Virginia Coal Opera-J tors' Association, has returned home j from a visit to ranters Durg. A charter has been granted at Charleston to the United Bitumlnons Coal company, of Clarksburg, which will operate in Harrison county. The capital stock is $50,000. The Incorporators are: L. O. Knipp, Philadelphia: L- V. Board, Shinnston; W. S. Stewart. G .Btssell and Fred V. Bouic, all of Clarksburg. 929 Loads East Today XT B Williams, local represen tative o fthe railway administration, stated that 929 loads were drawn east of Grafton yesterday by the B & O Reports Cease Because of a more liberal flow of! emties into the region for some weeks ] - Ci ? TXTt%:* V?r tne OHice *r imc ginla Coal Operators* Association annouced today that daily reports from the mines would cease after tomorrow Under the present system John Dav. idson called daily every mine in the j region and received a detailed report as to car shortage, the namber of men that were made idle dne to it. and the loss of prodnction because of-the poor car supply The ine operators will continue to report to the office any coplaints of' car shortage or other matters needing attention, notwithstanding the cancel-J lation of the "drag net" system ?^ vVic ni*<*?rafton to-I At m . xv u vtwii ?m*w ??? day's reports -were not completed Because of the poor placement many of the mines were unable to respond promptly to the information desired Will Round Up the Quart a Trippers Sheriff Glover says he's going to en- j deavor to put a stop to so much travel- j ing back and forth to Point Marion even though but one quart of whiskey I gets into Fairmont. He claims that a great number of colored women are spending fare and money for this quart which for the expenses of the trip, including the price of the whiskey there, $2.50.?considering the fact that it can be sold here for $10, makes a five dollar bill easily earned. Last night five' such women were hrnneht to iail and searched. But one quart was found on each. Whiskey in Pittsburgh is selling for as low as $1.50 a quart and saloon keepers there claim they make money on it at that. Recently, a saloon keeepr there, it was learned this morning, had 1.SOO barrels of whiskey on hand, which he intends selling at this price. Whiskey is coming down in price. U. S. Third Army Has Reached Rhine (Bv Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Dec 10?The American army of occupation marhing into Germany has reached the Rhine Gen " defa ftf logf niebt T3~ rciauiuft buiubt uubu ? ported: , "The American third army continuing Its advance Into Germany reached the Rhine from Rolandseck to Brohl HE STINGY KID, TH0UG1 \A COMNA USE IT J ( I GOSPER LOM& ? T \ GONMA w, 2 uP ' ffiiffii.fk OiWfii I OUR UNDERSE Easily accomodate th person's parse and it is a B here the very goods they i [j than they were willing to i Our immense Winter factory selections of new ; dise at prices always withii Early placed contracts uigness iv sen ai a ciusei sales and small profits?m: shopping center for the m saving is greatest. Originators and Leaders el MRFST MAY RRIIITIi IllHLUi miss p *ww>. . < TODELINQUENISHEREjl i' Two wires were received today j by Captain Kemble White, chairman of the city draft board, in regard to i hot closing the records of the Fair- j mont draft board office. The mes- ' sages were to the ffect that the board ! is to mail out quesionnaire so the j aids who were IS yars old on Sep- ; ember 12, but the local board has 1 already done this, directions -were j given to have all the questionnaires i in before the office is finally closed : down. It is hignly essential that all ques- j fnnnatres be returned promptly. ' Captain White said today: "Thirty | young men have failed thus far to j return their questionnaires to this i office. I is important that they do j so at once. After this office is clos- j ed it will be out of the hands of the j local draft board and a matter of j the department of justice." j In other words deliquents run an . excellent chance of being arrested ' for failing to comply to the regula- 1 tions if they fail to send in tlieir questionnaires at once. Doings at the Local , Y. M. C. A. Building; The Dasketball game between the ; Fairmont Y. M .C. A. and the West Vir- \ ginia University five will be played at the local Y .M. C. A. on Saturday even- : ing at S:15 o'clock instead ot Friday j evening as previously announced. The Commerlcal Bowling League ! will meet this evening at the Y. M C. j DIAM< The one gift that is s ways express the best tastt ful and more valuable with Wz would like to sho*v that we secured for the I jj fectly cut, absolutely flawl< There could be no prettier mounted in a ring. If we don't have In stock ju=t touch with largest Importers and you will like. Remember, we do wa I engraving during the Xma * B. H. F 324 Jefferson St. Nei 5)?BY BLOSSER. So - "I'M j t?F UP SAND ! s USE IT T' > j DCWTSE? HOVAl > S-SOMS r^j you WM Do ^ v? TUATJr-' is ppi I emselves to the surprise to many to JjjjlM vant to bay at pricesteafl lav. Stocks assure you saiipj| and dependable merdufif^^ n the reach of the massSffiefiii c '' m^k ; combined with our n?K&m|| margin of profit?quick | ikes this store the IorlcflKi lasses whe nthe need for .J| I J fl v w ?JMwfl SI Low Prices in Fairmont^l issociation building. Plant ^wilfc. .So/.. j uude for a league during the coming. I eason. t Members of the Business Men's gym- I tasium class will meet on Wednes?.^J lay evciiixig ai ?;xo o C10CK. x Ills :Iass meets every Monday, Wednes- I lay and Friday between 5:15 and SSSkQO -THEATR^'P MAN KINGTON |j "Screen Opinion" say! "TJp ? the Road With Sallie" ieatnr- -I Constance Talmadge HN is a wonderful comledy-drama HI that has not been excelled this fl I year?see It tonight. Also a Sennett 2 rceler Ml "A SCREEN IDOL" ' TOMORROW. WEDNESDAY CEAS. CHAPLIN in |j The greatest comedy ever ' .ftJ screened. SHOULDER ARMS" JP Is 3 reels. Ihursdav?'Am erica's Answer* '?3|| r'orsliing says this is a faithful | record of the stewardship yoor 1 -cvcrtmont asks you to see It. S|OI I - ? DNDS I ____________________ HM H -I ure to please. They !, and grow more beauta-:J|l|| the years. fl I i- you some of the gems lolidays. They are per- B jss and are a blue white. * gift than one of them B m ii . what you want, we an In can secure for you just what 7 fl II I tch repairing and fancy' 1 s Rush. ANUS i 1 ct Door Masonic Temple H J I) t>o^i!L>?twjyn^j6.;|j| / wrm a hope when) ??l| v^va doait waawa * _ ^ssi?sr^jy