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I C 70 B B B 10^ ?f\ 0m I ^ a^ta ? a a a a a THE %VfcATHKR | j Dec 1918 . ) I ^r ^a'r W"h co,d wivo tonight; | ^ ^ ^^ " ' ' ? ^ ^ ^ "' ^ J ^ ' ''" . ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ '.- ^ ' " ^ ^ ^ ^ "~ ^ ??~???' i^;' Hpp J0ds Morning; J NEW TRAlFp'ROMISED ^probability That the JPullE-^|man Service Will Be IBguigtiBsant of the rapid development Hm^Mrmont and the Upper MononValley generally officials of the ^HwrSVbrlc Central, The Pittsburgh HMOKpitae-Brie and The Monongahela Mmttwrnys and a comlttee of Fairmont HjBpuPheld a very satisfactory conHummce. at the Monongahela station, BWKSrhlch will no doubt result in an Hflm&&te9niodation train to Maids Bmpeiag pat on, and Pullman serBm.Testorei between Fairmont and giWBwSthwbit Fg II ?Wh#t those officials handed out was Ipfo opposite in contrast to what tho HccKfe?t'frt>ro the hands of the B.& 0.: I fit'they came to .Fairmont | the official can of the TJnl-! |lT? shipmente^ in coal and to, yrtn the war. Now that \ i .oyer and conditions are be-! i more in passenger service" iy Mr.' Yohe mentioned the (eneral of railroads and he dittpon him'what this secJrfhe'B. & O. on eastern tg over'the Monongahela totos were boarded/ln^the fl^waa the first Fairmont speaker [^Bnainw'fim/tho'peoplo were loyal tt?i_B.?0. split does not seem Mmk beat for us." Now that the ^^^ jLftcsrand al help was extended, I 'jj?a ERY U! liiiii ill MMVILLE FDI Use Ladde^Which Was Furnished FW>m the OutsideV (By Associated Prewh WHEELING, W. Va., Jan. 9VScal- 4 ing the wall with a ladder furimhatf from the outside, two convlcta?4fmpeftNfcam the state naadtWilary yb < MounaSWl(WBh*y*SW^norning. \ f They are James Border, white, 23,JL Mingo county, serving 18 years fojRl murder, and C. H. Moore, alias C. m Woods, 24, white, serving five yean I for grand larceny from McDonll founty. # v The men left their prison garhdjust outside the wall. They wer?J#aced ' to the Ohio river by blood hojWs but at that point the dogs lost tb#scent JESUS IH THE ME 111 BEJCIISSEII "Jesus in the Home" will be the topic to be discussed tonight at the cottage prayer services being held " ' AliM 4A flta 1 UUUUgUUUL UiD UV/ luumeub iv uio union evangelistic services to begin : next Monday evening. The services are being well attend- 1 ed and proving to be intersting and 1 instructive. Tonight and tomorrow night's meetings will conclude the series of cottage meetings, and it 1b j urged that all that possible can do so ' will attend these last two meetings. 1 The following places and leaders have been designated for the services Uh ' night: 1 Ward No. 3?Frank White, captain I Division No 1, Mr. Pinkney Arnett, < 304 Highland avenue, Ffank White, < leader'; Division No. 2, H. J< Ringer, 1 Sabraton avenue. Rev. L. A. McNa- < "jtfard No. 4?Ross Watts, captain, 1 Division No. 1,Hood Phillips, Wash-' 1 iilgtbn street, B. J. Thomas, leader; 1 Divisions'No. 2 and -, Geo. H. Swish- ,< er -,115 Wheeling 'street, Rev. C. D. 11 Mitchell, leader; Divisions No. 4 and' f 5, George A. Vincent, McKinney I street, Capt. O'Beirne, leader; Dlvis- i ion No. 6, Mrs. Baldwin, 628 Spring 1 street, Jesse C. Wright, leader. 11 Ward No. 6 ?C. C. Denham, cap- | tain. Division No. 1, Mrs. Allle Hay- l mond, 318 Main street,- Mrs. John i Rose, leader; Davision No. 2, Mrs. c Lillian Robinson, 200 High street, R. t J. Denham, leader; Division No. 3, place not located; Division No. 4, D. i D. Moats, 118 Spruce street, C. C. t uennam,. leaaer. c Ward No. 4?C. W. Evans, captain. 1 Division No^ 1, Mrs. Vernie Swlger, c 215 Walnut avenue, Arthur H. Lynch, Mrs. Anna Kuhn,- leaders; Division 1 No. 2, T. S. Manley, 317 Walnut, ave-. c nue, O. 0. Wilson, Kemble White,t leaders; Division No. ?, E. T. Kelley,' c 929 Coleman avenue, A. J. Price, C. | U. Meredith, leaders; Division No. 4, g Tusca Morris, 617 Fairmont avenue, ? Jos. E. BoBler, Mrs. J. E. Anderson, leaders; Division No. 5, Mrs. Winnie ' Jacobs, uOO Fairmont avenue, Rev. I W. D. Reed, leader; Division No. 6, I Fred Helmilck, 616 Fairmont avenue, I M. P. helman, Mrs. p. 0. Henry, leaders. Ward No.' 7?W. A. Crowl, captain. Division No. 3, Glenn J. Hawkins, Virginia avenue and Tenth Btreet, leader to be supplied. Other meetings being palnned. Ward No. 8?Carl Rlggs, captain. Division No. 1, W. S. Mayers, 324 ' Watson avenue. Rev. J. C. Broom- ^ field, leader; Division No. 2, R. H. Dunnlngton, 325 View avenue, E. F. J Vangilder, leader; Division No. 3,!r Mrs. C. ? Young, 1012 Gladden ' street; L. G. Roop, leader; Division l1 No. 4, Miss Malinda Fleming, 723 1 Locust avenue, Mrs. W. T. Black, > - m _li-. vm??_f *v? r* *m tr.t leader; jlhyibiou i>o. o# jura. munaa j Vangilder, Mr. Moon, Mrs. E. S. Amos, leaders', Division No. 6, W. F.' Russell, 509 View avenue, leader to be supplied; Division No. 7, John O. Morgan, 835 Fourth street, Walter H. Tlnley, leader; Division No. 8, Mrs. W. B. Dickerson, 823 Emerson street, James M. Altman, leader; Division No. 10, A. J. Cash, Y. M. C. A. Secretary, RIdgley avenue, Mr. Cash, leader. Nearly all the meetings for last night were largely increased in attendance over the previous night. The interest is growing very rapidly. We hear people all over the city discussing the neighborhood meetings. Prayer is the gre&t need of the people fit this time. ' There were over Ave hundred people in the meetings last night Big Charity Bill Takes Usual Course WASHINGTON, Jan. 9.?By a vote1 of five to three the House Rules committee today refused to report a rule I giving a privilege status to the bill appropriating the 8100.000,000 re-< quired by President Wilson for Ea-j ropean relief work. re are no Dead Pag, B IN ' - t /. .. . . IrelP MP TODAY Vl^ng Was Called To Or- ( 'jf der By J. Walter t Barnes. Mia ? MI \ttentW Called. To. Fact . that ItW County Wide . ht km. Movement. v Up until 2:40 o'clock this afternoon, there woe no quorum at the meeting of the committee selected to provide a Dnldl.p'a an A Kalinin' monument for, the Marlon county boys, who partlci-| pated in the great world war. At this! writing the committee was only short' several people of having a majority and it is probablo that this will be secured before the afternoon is over. In case a quorum is not present the committee will select R. T. Cunningham, temporary chairman and C. W. Evans, temporary secretary, to submit i cade of rules for the guidance of the; i committee in the future. This report ' will be submitted to the committee,! which will have the power either tot] accept it or reject it. A start would < he made by this means without unnec- j ?ssary delay. At 2:40 o'clock there were 13 out 1 }f twenty-nine members present The < meeting was called to order by J. Wal- ] er Barnes, chairman of the county muncil of defense, who with J. M. Ja- < mbs, of draft board No. 1 and W. J. (Viegel, chairman of the Red Crop Irive, appointed the committee?the majority of whom have been emweial* y active in War Work. Mr. Barnes'in lis openihg remarks emphasised the Act (hat the monument would be a :ounty-wide proposition and the rural oiks were taken in on the proposition ivery district bolng represented. Hon. 0. S. McKinney sent his reirets because he could not attend as io has been called on business to Bal- ] imore, Those?present at today's meeting vere: A. L. Lehman, Robert T. Cunilngham, Thomas I. Brett, Fairmont lisinct; josepn x. uriBS, anauuiugiuu (Istrlct; John S. Scott and Philip fangilder, Union district; W. E. Ma>61, Lincoln .district; J. Y. Hamilton tnd Mrs. X. W. Devisson, Paw Paw llstriot; Dr. P. W. Hill and J. J. Heistell, Winfleld; Carroll Carrey, Grant liatrict Sickness was reported in several amllies which would.not permit the ommltteemen to attend. Several atorneys are tied up with cases In Ciriuit court today also. After some discussion of the matter it Issue the committee adjourned until Saturday, January 18. MM?. : .v... vOne of Attorney Frank Haymond's >ld cases?that of the Pittsburgh and Vesc Virginia Gas company vs. Lewis iV. Shrbyer, later represented by Herihal Hose with W. M. Ogden, attorney or Shroyer. wat d -"ided tiiis morning ifter pending two years. Judge Haynond decided that no mutual agreenent had o<i<>r reached between this ;as company and Shroyer regarding a :orrected lease which was the cause if the trouble, the corrected lease con musing a clause wnicu jireveuieu 3hroyer from using free gas. The original lease with corrected boun- ( laries added waa allowed. < This suit was brought to correct a 1 jas lease made on two parcels of land ' icar White Rock, one containing 35 < teres, the other 10 acres. The Pittsrorgh and West Virginia Gas com- ' >any Induced Shroyer to execute a 1 tew lease for the purpose of correcting : he boundary line, making the lease 1 sertain to include both tracts. In executing the new lease a restric- 1 ion was made against the use of free J fas for domestic' purposes. Shroyer ilgned without noticing the change. Vhen discovered he refused toaomowledge the lease and the matter vas taken to codrt to compel him to < 10 80. ] ' ? a 40 CHANGE ON ARGENTINE CORN ( WASHINGTON, Jan. 9.?Pood ad- i ninlstratlon officials authorized the < itatement today, that no recommend*- < ion whatever had been made as yes i ?nceraing a change in restrictions t ipon the importation of Argentine I ?rn. ] At the war trade board, it was agid, i rothing had been heard from the food ] administration on the subject. I BERLj [)nly Three Voties, All From Ohio Co. Against In the House. DARST ASij HEAK Wants To Refute Charges i ADout Placing ui state Deposits. (Special to The West Virginian) CHARLESTON, W. via.. JaaV ?.? With only thre-votes in the-negative, those ot Delegates Weiss, Ottb and Richards, all of Ohio county, the House today adopted the Senate resolution ratifying the National Prohibition amendment. This completes the ratification for West Virginia. The Senate adopted by unanimous vote Senator Harmer's resolution setting apart Tuesday, Jan. 21, as a day for. memorial services in honor of Lieut R6y E. Parrish, of Clarksburg, member of the last Senate, whb was killed in action tn France last July. State Auditor John S. Darst sent a letter to the Senate asking the privilege of the floor of that body for the purpose of denying charges of State Treasurer W. I. Johnson of Irregularities in depositing state fujlds. The :oramuniaction was referred to the Finance committee. . Both houses adjourned until .Tuesday. . .... * .. "Ksi Mayor Bowen Thinks Little Meeting Will Promote Efficiency. The city attorney and head of the lanitary department of Unlontown, ?a., were In this city recently. Inspect-\ ng the city -sanitary and garbage sysem with a view to installing a new lystem in that city. The gentlemen tad visited several cities .and towns m Inspection trips and in :no .place rlsited had they, found a system whioh ileaaed them to the extent that did the ocal system. : Mayor Bowen ia talking of the visit >f these .gentlemen. to 'this city, today stated that while the syBtem usecl .by his city is ideal no system-no-matter low ideal it might be could hie a comilete success without the hearty eosperation of the employes of the dolartment and in order to. encourage he employes of the department-in ceeping up to perfection the sasnitary ind garbage system of the city has sailed a meeting to. be held next-week it which time matters pertaining to :he perfecting of the system, will be li8cussed. ' At the present.time the city has. In ise two large automobile trucks which ire driven, by James Glover ana rmcey. Hawkins, each' of whoip .has m assistant The duties of these jnen ire to call .at.the homes of residents ind collect the garbage on stated days md.stated hours and to convey, same a the incinerator where it is burned inder the direction pt the superintendsnt of the . incinerator, Edward Willams. Sanitary Officer, Carl Kern is head >f tile syBtem and Mrs. Horry- Snid'er lollecta for the department and also idjuBts differences between/ the pa trons of the- garbage wagons and the irivers. -The Mayor believes a conference of the employes in regard to Improve-* manf nf t:fija.? vat am Svfll at A. maiowiellv In keeping the system up to the high standard he;wished it to maintain. Key, Johii W.Browp, Talks At Normal The Rev. Jqhn W. Brown, who resently returned' from Prince wherd he had spent sereral months in War t. M. C. A- work, addressed the stolen ta of the Fairmont State Normfcl ichool this morning at the regnlar ihapel exercise. Rev. Brown, gave a totalled account of his experiences tear the battle line in France'ancL toid n&ny incidents realistically and enter* ainly. His, address was replete With humor apd delighted his hehrer*. A lumber of High school students add EtB&iX&JgSfr-* ginian?Advet tiseme N STB WSSm , < Republicans In Legislature Are In Complete Accord. (Special Dispatch to West VkgiaiUL CHARLESTON, Jan. 9?ASiy hop" that Democratic leaders might hav held that the fight between Wallac B. Gribble, of West Union, and Dr. C A. Sinsel, of Grafton, for the pres: icncy of the Senate would cause a roi In the G. 0. P. ranks, was dispelled U .ay when Senator Gribble Issued statement in which he paid a his tribute to Dr. Sinners ability an pledged his whole-hearted support t the caucus nominee. Senator Gribbl took occasion'to thank those senator who supported hi scandidacy. Th statement reads as tplipws: "While I lost the election Tor th presidency of the Senate by one voti yet it is a source of great gratiflcatio | td hie to know that-1 had the stron aimnnrt of aiioh a. lars-p nnmher of aei ators This support came to me fre from a single promise, consideratio [or combination, or. from any outsid | influence, political or otherwise. The gave me their support, believing tbt I measured up to their idea as poi seating the qualifications of a presii ing officer of the Senate. "The election of Senator SIntel a president of the Senate will be accep ed ln the proper way and there will b no feeling growing out of this contes Senator Sinsel is a very high clas man, capable, and will make an ides presiding officer. "I am confident that each membe of . the Senate-will receive from th president the same consideration, an tbqt Ills administration will be abl and dignified, reflecting honor an credit both to his party and to th stated ? ?rV-V? ? Attention Is Drawn To th< New Yards At Brownsville. I . . Improvements are. being inspectei on The Monongahela Railway toda: by officials of the New York Centra and P. and L. El. lines. The official compose th'e same ones that had i conference here with Fairmonters li regard do passenger and freight mat ters. They are: J. B. Yohe, Pitts burgh, of the P. and L. E., genera manager of the.Monongqhela Kaflwa; and other 'lines under the Unite* States. Hallway administration; L. A Robinson, Pittsburgh, general passen ger agent of the New York Centra lines; -O.' IB.' Obey, Brownsville, gen ersii superintendent of the ddononga hela Railway, and D. K. Orr, Browns TUIDf VtUCI Oi UIO WUUUUgH bela Railway . The-party left Fairmont at 1 o'clock this morning in. several off I plal jcoaches. The officials are intei ested in the; improvemehts which ex tend from Mites' mines to Browns ville. - Large yards are being made a Brownsville; but it will be probabl Six months before this work has bee: completed. . Local Moose Home Steward Selectee By the approval of the report of th house committee at last night's meei tag >?*Fairmont Lodge, 9, Loyal Oi der of Moose, E. L. Morris, of Fail moat, will become steward: of th building, reporting regularly next Mor day. 'Moose belonging to the lodg yesterday completed digging elghteei inches, of dirt from the cellar and tc 1 .. J-nnnnn,. nil (MlJ UIO VUUUICIO wuift 1 y?wyv? "? Btfrt.;. It' is, expected that these in provementa will be completed by th time of thrnext meeting of the Moosi heart" Legion ihere on Saturday evei fag; January 18. ; O: M. DOolltUoi dictator of, the Iocs lodge, urges - all- of the Moose to J9I the legion" at this , meeting because 1 will probably be six months before at cither session wlU he held'here. Mee inga 'will .follow at Grafton or Morgai town after the "next one at TUnnon A class of between: 200 an* 800 cand dates" will bd' received at the meetin heire on Jsnnary 18. The Clarhabur delegation-will arrive here at 8 o'cloc that night class will be initiated in the new horn rajATINO WITH POLES. . PARI 8, Jan. 9.?The German go anunent has opened negotiations wit the 'PoSes who have invaded. the; pro inhdof'Pos<^;Recording to the Pranl hdpM thlu^e^traderatuidin g that* wt ead'the tlkhtlng will be.reached. - _;_i. 1 - r >' !-v/ EETFK J TROOPS FROM m ie| mm j Stree\ FigWKn^hfcJ a Grates/ Intensi o Ywght Desi ; GOVERNMENT DEM e Paris Dispatches On the Otl Q e Regime Has Been Over-tl * tionary Gover SAMSTERDAM, Jan. 9t. tillery was employed took pi te the Central telegraph office s their attempts to seize the cl 11 ed in Berlin dispatches to th< t driven back with the loss of * The government has be( 0 Berlin and on Wednesday, 1 J cans were driven from the I station, the Brandenburg g officeThe Prussian war mini that the power of the goven J ,unteersv who were offering pondent reports that the Sp marks. e BASEL, Jan. 9.?Troop; ment have arrived in Berlin J Spartacans as far as the Tfc printing works, according to 1 AMSTERDAM, Jan. 9.i tained the greatest intensity ? day night and five o'clock W< 0 to a Beriin telegram to th 1 Heavy artillery-firing contiii i patch says. The' governine: ? I of-irvn. J MVUVU* ! BERLIN, 11 a. m., Jan. 9.?Heavy 1 fighting continued throughout last night at various, points in Berlin. The civil warfare is already estimated to " have cost 20 times as many lives as were sacrificed by the over throw . of the Hohenzollern dynasty 60 days ago. J ~ The correspondent is informed that ? government troops have been repulsed . in every attempt they make to recapt tare public buildings-from the Spary tacans. n The opposition forces hold the Reichstag building, *. the approach' to the Brandenburg, gates and .the Silesiah railway station. . ' I Tirnai I Two Men Uninjured When ,i _ Jfowder Miuisiew ; li HM .. t . vi | . ,' | s (By Associated Press)' n TUNNELTON, Pa., Jan. 9. ? This It city and towns for miles around were i- seevrely shaken and windows shattert ed when one'thousand pounds of dyna-i i- mite exploded at the O. It McAb'ee t Powder company's'plant at Saltsburg,1 I* three miles from here last nicftt K A watchman and fireman; the onlj1 J persons In the plant at the time, were * blow nfrom a building by the force of the blast, but were uninjured. - ^ ? Hundreds of .persons here and in' nearby towns rushed panic stricken from their homes after the explosion. No estimate was obtainable here of the damage. h Meeting Called Off ? The regular r* meeting of the Daughters of Isabella t- scheduled to be held tonight has been e called off owing to.repsilrs being, made U | oh the Khlghts of Columbus hall where I the meetings are held. 1 M^l jj I :118 v ^$S?88HM 1 f J ^ " i;t ft V/ jjjjgM PARIS J o monn goverameii?jifflffi?H^^^^^| been overturned. T ' here. A nei fen v govern* | m'ent has been jjoclaimcd composed ' j of Independent' SfoctalMaM A part of the government troops Is g reported^to have gone over to the t: .part of the' Rhelni volved.':-'^* i^raHH The casual are reported, to' _ _ _ 8 8_ BBBB 1 f 9S Why the Paper Is Late. w4b ^6'