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HEADUN RS ONI K:; ' MaslcM comedy Mud Broadway Rastn? pp. Tie Four Husbands & Photoplays. ^fe............. A Dog's Ufe cess. ..Oar Mrs. Mccnesney Mr. Flx-lt rem. bare sot seen tbe.Httle opert: "i etta. at the Hippodrome* this 'week, gjgp-ym bare Just two more chances to ' night, surd frankly, anyone *ho likes S .^mssical operettas will yjod a lot or R*. pleasure in the show which is entitled K ; *The Four Husbands " Three young ? rmen, so the story goes are in love with Phyllis Van Conrtiand, a lady ^f .-'who uerer was satisfied nnlefis she K was ma king fresh conquests in the world of hearts. Her father takes " I? tlin >1"*^ - n<f ii let* sva? faw " nmm m uio ftnmct mr** vn"ft ther trifling is not P?nsiS8ible, and I phyllis agrees to marry with the onL dersta Tiding that gbe xtxaf marry the H suitor who finds her rirst, and that the other sweethearts be allowed to ^accompany them on the honeymoon. KBhe Is found by Jade Mortimer, ? char^^bcter taken with rare ability by Billle HftUnk. Jr. This Is of conr?e the beginHT'ning of a series of events ?U of which H are -well calculated to geeP one In a I .'good hnfnor. Nothing jiKe the cos tfames were ever seen ?t the HIppo /drome before. They are very heautlHfffnL especially in the fin?le where it a'aeems to have been the Attention to Rsend tss all ont with recollections oi. K the most pleasing kind. W pure* All Troubles But His Own. H In the ohotODlav. ""Mr. E'ix-lt," at today, Douglas Fairbanks toe role winch, it is said, many surprises as to enrtrayal to the distinction of ily one of the pest in which c star ever pas appeared, Me spirit ia distlbctly new photography. From the hlch hir. Fair hanks battles with gangster9 and slides de of a. house on a clotheeiristocratic home is only a in this Pictn*?Fix-It's" theory that happiblt and that real happiness lose who malt? other peoIn pursuance oI this idea, te divided hon>e ?t persons ealth and smilingly pro: things physical and men1 his judgment are la need ["here are two pretty young he party ?ho, although eni married, are kept in hot gh fear of tseir future as : their respective fiances, al heart-fixer gets busy al lines when be learns the te yonsg Women, and he is serious trouble through methods, Whipb. shock end Ith whom he comes in con Ijka the picture, Fairbanks succeeds r bringing everything oat all right. trick it is unfortunate he is not able Hp do at home, as it will be rememBked that be was granted a divorce Hfc'&few weeks ago. Haplin Heads Dixie Bill? serial at the Dixie today 'will probably take a back sea4 *?r the comI edy, "A Dog's Lite" 'with Charlie ChapH Hn. This is not a re-issue. but one of H the newest o? the Chaplin productions. and is said to be a sere*111 from start B. Mis, Barrymore at Princess. |&''Elent7 of pep is Pat h1*0 the story "Onr Mrs. MaChesney which is reH peating at the princess today. The ^^ itory to a rather unusual one, being a Saturday Evening Post s?rt of play. R^Tbe trials and finally success or a Htfoman who enters the business world H recoup the lost fortunes of a bis I Special Attraction DIXIE today Dixie Orchestra tonight 11 son. to ll Pan. PRICES?10c and loc and War Tax. Hie Chaplin In One of Bis Newest and Greatest Successes, J A Dog s Lite 8 Three Screaming Keels | The 12th Episode of Vit R agraph's Great jVlelor if Fight for Millions" IfMON^ TUUS* WED, 11 The Still Alarm H H THDRa, FKt, SAT, H The Kaiser's tttol costumes- Hearst Pathe New* is iho KbufaW. - J ' ? l Broadway Ftastus Repeats at Grand. Broadly Kastus played to only a medium boose at the Grand last night. bnt what the audience lacked in size, j it made op to enthusiasm. They were liberal in their laughter at the comedy , whether to the lines or to the clever acting of some ot the principals, and . they never failed to let their appreciation be known. Broadway Basins him self one of the best eccentric dancers ever seen at the Grand, while the clarinet soolist was the decided ; hit of the evening. A clarinet is a pesky thins to play, slips and slides worse tbana trombone, and is capable , iof emitting the most unearthly son ads. bnt in the hands of" the artist last night, it Proved a pleasing specs jity. The two oomeaiaos were tci j uuui/ i; and the chorus was good. The l>er fo nuance repeats tonight. POP. j il MANNINGTON I Virginia Miilan Dies. ; Virginia B. Miilan, daughter ot : Howard J- Miilan, of this city, died at. the home of her aunt, Mrs. Hat tie Morgan, in Locust street, at two* o'clock yesterday morning, alter an illness of nine days of typhoid fever. She was seventeen years of age, and is survived only py her father, her mother having died when the daughter was bnt an infant, since which time she has made her home with her aunt. Deceased was a member of the : local M- E. church and Epworth League. .Funeral services from, the ' residence on Sunday (tomorrow) aft- . ernoon'at two o'clock. Rev. John. Bed- . low, her pastor, will conduct the ser- I vice. Interment will be made in the ; Mannington cemetery. Home from Navy. Clarence Haskins, of the U. S. navy / at Hampton Roads, Va.. arrived at hts , home la High street last evening to spend the holidays. Son Born. Born. Sunday, December seventh, to Mr. and Mrs. OrviUe Glover, of Jeri'cho, a son. From Camp Lee. Private Osborne Johns has been discharged from service at Camp Lee, Va., and has returned to his home on . Glade Fork near here. To Wed. A marriage license has bfien issued by the county court for Albert Raymond Longstreth, of Monroe street, | this city, and Miss Edna Opal Butcher,} of Mannington. Severely Wounded. Yesterday's casualty list contained the "name of William 15. Crouser. a pri vate in the U. S. army as having been ; severely wounded in action in France. ! D. A- ft. Entertained. Mrs. Roy F. Alder entertained the ! members of the D. A. R. at her home j in Dancer avenue yesterday afternoon from two until six o'clock. Daughter Born. Born. Tuesday, December seventeenth, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sine, o? Mannlagton, a daughter. Mrs. Hawkinberry Dies. Mrs. Rebecca Hawkinberry died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John ; Ice, in Jericho on Monday night. De- j cember 16 th, aged about sixty years, j Overseas. Mr. and Mrs. L,. E. Robinson, of East | Main street, have received word that uvEroiorTi D1GES Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Alter a Few Dosei Mw^orsvUIa, Ky.^-ilrs. Cynthia Elgglnbotham, of this town, says: "At tny*age? which Is 65. the liver does not act so well as when young. A few years ago, my stomach was an out of Ax. I was constipated, my liver didn't act. My digestion was had, and It took so little to upset ma My appetite Was gone. 1 was very weak... Z decided I would give BlackDraught a thorough trial as I knew it was highly recommended for this 1 trouble. X began taking It X felt ; better after a few doses. My appetite Improved and I became stronger. My bowels acted naturally and the least trouble was soon righted with a few . At THE WEI Douglas P <?* - 1 ?MP * '&R theatre goers are used to and a_pair of six-shooters at his see him in this play ia a dress suit Charles Chaplin in, "T "Paramount B] MONDAY-?Jane and Kath v iM^gsB^aa g;,'v :r;i . y ..... >:. 3nrt hare returned from a Trialt o1 A tew days tn Wheeling. H. D. Atha was a business visitor Is Worthington os Thursday! Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Straight have returned from a visit with their daughter. Mrs. Martin, in Akron, Ohio. Mrs. Zana Elackshere has returned horn a visit with friends in Wheeling. W. F. Eschenbach was a business risitor in Cameron on Thursday. Miss Louise Wells is home- from Mount De Chantal school in Wheeling tor the holidays. Harry E. Flaterty has returned from a. visit with relatives in Mayrmrd. 0. Miss Mabel Morgan is home from Wesleyan - college, Bnckhannon, .to send the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Githens were visitors in Wheeling on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Wemple and children left yesterday for Lockport, N. Y? to spend the holidays with relatives. Guy C. Floyd, of Rymer was a badness visitor In Mannington yesterday. Robert Marshall, of Strassburg, N. Y., isvbere for a visit with his uncle. R. B. Lyall and. family. In Buffalo street. Miss Rader, of "Wheeling, is the guest of her brother, W. C. Rader and family in Jericho. C. F. Carman, of Berkeley Springs, was a business visitor in the city this week. Miss Opal Snyder, of Belmont, Ohio, Is a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Claude Stanford in Bast Main street. Mrs. Frank Shram and daughter. Miss Elizabeth, left today for Trenton, N. J., to send the holidays with relatives. Next G-as Conference Clarksburg Next Week After a conference here yesterday afternoon the executive committee of the West Virginia Natural Gas Consumers* Association decided to hold a conference at Charleston on Saturday, December 28, at 3 o'clock. It is expected that this gathering will be largely attended and definite plans will be made to carry the fight into the legislature in order that West Virginians may have an adequate supply of the natural gas procured from within its own borders. ? Home baked Plea and Pastries. Boyer's Restaurant. Air | BURT'S If -THEATREMHHHB6T0M MONDAY Beautiful Elsie Ferguson, IN "A DOLL'S HOUSE" j TTie e-mwnini* achievement of ! !her screea career. i Also The HISTORY OF THE 9 WAR Compiled by the Allies. I TODAY Wallace Reid in THE SOURCE' I At the Idle Hour Vivian Martin, I in "Viva La France" Next Tuesday?Alice Brady CHRISTMAS?Frank Keenan, In g "THE BELLS" A special Christmas Picture. THURSDAY?Irene Castle. " I ACT TjON WAS BAD Who Tells How She Was ReBevei i of Black-Draught. doses of Black-Oraught." Seventy years of successful use Km mad? Thedford's Black-Draught a standard, household remedy. Every member, of every family, at times; nee>a me neip max. iuacK-JJxaognt ? ? ' give In cleansing tie system and relieving tie troubles that come from constipation. Indigestion, lazy liver, etc. Ton cannot keep veil unless your stomach, liver and hovels are In good working order. Keep them that way. Try Black-Draught, jt acts promptly, gently and in a natural way. If yon feel sluggish, take a dose tonight. Ton vrlll feel fresh, tomorrow. Trice 15c. a package?On cent a dose AH druggists. X sa .SON Today airbanks IN TX-IT" seeing Douglas Fairbanks in Chaps hips, so they will be delighted to . Also HE SQUAREHEAD" ray Production" . BuyNC Ymi ran Huv anvthinp , make your weekly Hundreds of people took advantaj want yon to also come in our sore Cho Big Waist Show Latest in big values. Don't fail to compare the values in this new purchase with other offerings around town. Your personal inspection is all we ask Georgette, Crepe de Chines and Satins in the most charming styles of the season. Collarless models included. $2.95,33.95, $4.95, $5.95 Silk Dresses ' A number of fine dresses reduced specially for this sale. In various colors and models. Values up to $25.00; while they last $14.90 RIGHT MSMOIIHGSAND RIGHT QOALITT OF 00R Boys cothing success. Boy's suits?latest military and regulation Norfolk, models. All wool serges, corduroys, cassimeres and worsteds. Pants full lined and seams taped. Sizes 6 to 18 years. (C OA CO OA CO OA *PV.?Vy ^V.?Vf MEN'S OVERCOATS Large assortments of differ ent weaves, and models of this season, well made overcoats in the new colors. Special values at $25.00 lo $35.00 Peoples Clothii 325 MADISOl S THE ! g THE SUPREME THRILL OF iCt . | The Climax of j >v Q&MBofiAnolicm I Completely Dwarfing: the Ai Stage Craft of All Times THREE DATS Commencing MONDAY, DECEMBER 23 EIGHT SHOWS DAILY ^ I wJm/ t# ^ )W Pa jrou wish. Make a first payn or monthly payments until th re of this wonderful offer. The time is drs . See oar bargains. ,%5 .. ^ . , ? ??m??MO?? ice. Useful Christmas C coats $19 m jg at this popular price you ^ have the pick of the most ?timning coats in town for ggCfvdK? the money. Ve'ou.-s, Ker- nWPI^ sey, Paw Taw, Si'vertones mho all colors, black, navy, green, burgundy, taupe. iSy Some are lined through- ^Hy out, others half lined?all fl^Hy with guaranteed linings. WStU Some with big fur collars. All sizes and models. Other coats to sell for "*71 $22,50 ?d op * suits $15.90 dies' Suits, ere you have a remarkable collection of fine suits from which to select They are'suits that won't be seen later at this price. Serge and Poplin in various new colors and models. Some with fur collars, neat styles and every suit a bargain for the money. dresses |jk $16.75 Serge and Silk Presses. SSmr Here are dresses from the /f'ifflHi best New York makers if Mflni and they are priced fully K -jjvKw a third less than the actual ihsu value. The assortment emPJ* braces the most compreuMjl hensive variety of materia** ials and styles, all sizes for women and misses. Mater]\ ^ ials come in Serge, Silk: V Satin, Jersey. ng Company ]| ^ STREET ggP STILL A '* ALL THRILLS f THE SCREEN'S MO --! -- -- .. I ?., All Most tiigantic 11 i Fire Scenes *t of Ever Seen on Hie Alluring T Picture Screen DIXIE ' -*&?.'r~~'. -$ . ^352^3 . ~ ac^^B d cl * e first week in *19 11 iwinff near to Christmas, and we^H " fancies, ribbons, frills, flowers, | I Serge, Poplin and Silk Skirh^fj in assorted colors and styles^! pretty'models, every one avEa?||| ue. Specially reduced for thiS?|| sale. Exceptional values ait :Vj $4.90, $6.90 $7.90 li GIRL'S KIRTE8 COfllS j Newest full flare and belt^^ models with large cpllars,:l pockets, etc. All wool vdou3g?|iaM broadcloth, Kerseys, Cheviots, i ' Velvets, Plushes, etc. Colors^! , include Burgundy, Pekin greeng^M .brown and navy. All sizes ^|;J $7.95 to SI 3.90 > Made right, styled right; wearl! 1 popularity they enjoy. 93^8 * patterns smarter ihan r and in various models to sttSSI the young man or the old ma&Jl ' Priced reasonably at ; $22.50, $25. $35 B ' ,, ,tt.TT ' 1 ? LARM rork That Has Been Enacted For the Screen. PRICES?10c AND 20c WAEl^|gg Special Music; sfc-Evigra Performance . * s xz&*2RNK9^M jP*Cg*C*C*3gjS*A^