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I C-ut out toe picture ou Alt tour sides, p fr Then carefully told dotted line 1 its & f entire length. t'hen dotted line 2 and r . so on. Fold each section underneath c r*ecuraleiy. W*hen completed tarn i/rer r end youll find a surprising tesult. tl ' Save the pictures. o | THE WEATHER. it ^air and ^nner ^ - ? tonight. Lower tem r I perature below free f H* cT J ing. Thursday part I - l/lV> cloudy and war [ B:k\?Local Readings t c/SoPiC F. P- H,,!' 0brem perature at 8 a / D- today 19. Tester '' lays weather snow % L_ V emperatnre, max@ num 32; minimum ; k; i mbmsi B precipitation, * li race. River 15.4 L set fall Inc. |/f EVENT8 TONIGHT. E Moose Hone?Loyal Order of Moose. K: -Odd Fellows' Hall?Palatine Lodge I. 1 Skinner Building?Ladles of the Gol- q I den Link. o | Wlllard Hall?Women's Benefit Asso- a elation of Maccabees. . Presbyterian church?Annual congre- fe gational meeting at 7:30 P. M. K Ooranynutty House?Mother's Club , c: meeting. P " ^ His Lead Too Heavy?George Weth_ a I erwelt was arrested last evening for t1 I bringing In whiskey. He was found 8 I at the B. & 0. station by city police I and was toned over to the county au- : KJhorities. He was taken before Com- h ' mlssloner Klrty and after confessing B wes held for ClarktrtraTg term of fed- 1 I erel oourt on April 8th. He rare no ^ Bootlegger Arretted?Glenn Parker 0 wi tnwed yesterday with two pints I and wat placed In jail to await trial. c I Parker with other* was reported to 0 I have brought about 80 quarts Into the v NT Monday but officers did not lo- tl | eate them In time. Later Parker was t! ^ fcLon the streets with two pints. a Deeds for Record ? The following n deeds were filed for recording In the a ? county clerk's office: M. C. Clayton n and wife to E. 0. Murray, frame build- r I log on land of M. C. Clayton in Man- A I nlngton, IX up; Newton B. Sandy to c ^Hjtara L. Martin, real estate on Little * Blngamon creek, $1 up; J. Leo Bico I and wife to Rnfus Rutherford and wife. I ml estate la Grant district, 51,000; Rimer E. Pope to Spear Oil company, 11 I leasehold estate with oil and gas wells ; - on In Msnnlngton district, 51 up; John cR. Wolf and D. M. Kidder to Claude I A.' Stewart, Glenn M. Stewart and Hars ry E. Pople, the Open* House pool B room and boiling alley in Monongah, ft 52,000: John Omosld and wife to Aniljdrew Enamel. real estate on'Robinson j i Recess In Divorce Case?The JonaE*than J- West vs. Bertha West divorce Rifcase has been continued .until next Monday evening at 7:30. Some testi mony from Mrs. West's sister is need | ed and u she Is too 111 to appear in I court, her deposition will bo taken and c I brought to court next Monday unless t S -bo haa so tar recovered that she can t, I appear personally. j | Sent to Hospital ? A man called p g-^Dewdrop" Shelton and his wife were p I brought before the mayor this morn- a I tag. The couple live on the East side back of the Ice plant. They were sent t I to Miners' hospital for examination t I and treatment. E| Odd Fellows Initiate?Twenty-one \ |. candidates were initiated at last L I. night's session of Marion Lodge No. i i 1 in-Odd Fellows' Hall. a Social Tonight?The Women's Beno- i * fldal association of the Maccabees will < e^hold a social this evening in the W. a " C.T. U. hall. All members and their s | mends are requested to turn out \ Afd Society Meeting* The Ladies c Aid society ot the Methodist Episco- ( pal church, south, will meet tomorrow r I afternoon at 2:20 o'clock at the church 1" 11 The tint official act of William D. . Vaa Dyke, the new president of a life , insurance company, was to reject a < i 120,000,00 increase in his pay. As , ? president be was entitled to draw $50, 000 a year, but be chose to continue Bf the salary he receive/ as- vice resident -i K,. which was $30,000. f I " \ate Want ads WANT?: Posfionas clerk. Accu^K|. rate, nWt, fli i years office expertly egpe, knowing i' of general account K work, etenokra aer and bookkeeper. Address Box^ | care The V,>gt Vir_ it* rami ' is on 10 m, i c Iensheviki Are in the Sad* e die This Time?Petro- * grad Starving. J d 1 (By Associated Press.) 1 LONDON, April 2.?Reports that a d evolution against the Soviet govern- ii lent has broken out in Petro grad are t upported by an official Russian yd re- I iss dispatch received here which / ays that there is a serious strike of Ulway men in the Petro grad region, ho strike, it is said, was prompted by he Monshevikl and the Social revolu- v lonary committee. f The Russian wireless message c eads: "There is no transport and f onsequently there is no bread in o ctrograd. The Mensheviki and So- b Lai revolutionaries are calling out the t ailway men and railway commanica- b on has been'stopped. The social rev- I lutionary are the agents of Dome- b ine, Kolchak and the Allies imperial- a its. b iiiiu uirmnuio mil HiuuuN : 18 Mill; C Jig Harrison County Concern Dropping Divided [ Allegience Men. a s CLARKSBURG, W. Va.. April 2.? There are more ways of " The dotation slips the mind. But is a good ? no and very appropriate to this story t nd would have been available for use the reporter bad taken that course > i memonlcs that was suggested. The National Carbon company, t rhich has chemical plants at various laces, one of them being located at d Iraselli, had cards passed around t mong employes asking for informa- t Ion. Some of the questions were conMSM^ Kv iitA Am. ?. lUCtITU |BM<Vi |UJ|/vt WUVU% UJ M4W VW [ loyes. One of them fu whether or ot the employe intended to make his j ome in the United States permanent- jr. Some of the employes answered this I uestion negatively and some ot them id not return the cards to the main ffice. , When the time came for the chemial concerns to cut some of the men B the salary list-the unlucky one3 rere those that expected to return to heir homes in some foreign clime or hose that failed to sign the cards at 11, which was taken to indicate that ympathy waa with some other govern- v lent. The only exceptions known of t t Grasellii were a few men who did t ot return their cards who had mar- a ied American wives and had so many t imerican children there was no t hance of them ever getting away. t mm mm IH miSBOH I * -V I 5olice Say They Frustrated J On Attack Upon U. S. Aisenal. ' i j (By Associated Press.) PITTSBURGH, April 2?What ledral authorities benches was an atempt by Russian Bolshevik! agitators o sc.zo the government arsenal at * 'ortleth and Butler streets was frus. ' rated this afternoon when police sum- 1 none d to the scene by a not call dis- 1 icrsed a group of foreigners gathered .bOut the gates. According to police an attempt had ieen made to force an entrance into . he building. j Following closely on the heels of the rrcst yesterday oi Wo. Wyciss alieg.d anarchist and Lenine-Trotsky agent n this district charged with being the eader of a plot to seize the arsenal ] ind start a revolution In Pittsburgh he riot uhll caused considerable excite nent caviy reports being that a pitchid battlo bad been tought by police ind anarchists. 'When police arrived ] n the arsenal in answer to the call i lowever, the alleged anarchists fled ( rom the scene in automobiles. Several ithers were chased through nearby 1 actory yards but no arrests Were < nade. Wyc'.is was to have been given near- ' ng today before United States Comoissioner Roger Knox on a charge of lolation Section 6 of the Federal crlm nal code in promoting conspiracy to iverthrow the government of the Unted States. Malta Lodge to Have New Degree Much interest is being manifested .mong the local Knights of Malta in in important event scheduled for to* sorrow night At that time the inltiaory ceremony of the Mark degree will *c pat on for the first time by the oca! commandery and a number of andlda'.eg from Clarksburg and Morantown in addition to the class formd in this city wil] receive the degree f Marksman. Mountain State Commandery No. 448 as taknn on new life and is increasog its membership rapidly, initiatory fork in some one of the degrees bent put on at each meeting night Many >i the c'd members are getting back ato the harness and prospects are >nght to t the futare or the order in the Slty. The local lodge has recently occu2.52. n,ew <wwters in the old Normal School building on Fairmont avenue and ?! everything comfortable and ocnvemeut tor jj. regular sessions as weM ea lu /HE WEST VIRGINIAN, Worthington < ? Revival Cloaea. The revival meetings which have ?on conducted in the" Baptist church ar the past three weeks, came to a lose on Sunday morning last, the ' vangellst preaching his last sermon 1 t 11:00 o'clock on that day. The jeeting resulted in 17 additions to the , jcal congregation. There were se\ral other conversions kut the parties 1 eslre to unite with other churches, i 'hero were also several reclaimed, t 'ho evangelist M. E. Peck, left on Sun- c ay afternoon for his home in Hunt- t agton and will go from, there to Whit- 1 aker, Kanawha county, where he will t ?gin a meeting on Sunday morning, t .pril 6th. I Railroader, Returning. When the Western Maryland rail- < ray wa3 taken over by the Federal nlloAn/1 oflmlnietniinm onvnrsl nf tho MU11VOU auwuiiBU?uvu ou>wt?> v* -~.w rews working here on the Helen's 1 ton and Wyatt branches were laid off r taken elsewhere. As the short 1 raifches in this section have been rned back to the owners the crews 3 lave begun to return to Worthington. ' ). M. Stifles who was the agent here < efore the change is back on the job gain and will remove his family back < iere. J ( Collins-Duskey. } John L. Collins and Miss Alice Dus- ' :ey were married at the Collins resi- ] ence In East Worthington on Satur- j iay evening last. Rev. M. E. Peck, of- ] ieiating. Mr. Collins recently return- ; d from Washington where he was en- ^ raged In Spruce production depart nent of the army. 11 ? Good Roads. 1 Work has been resumed on the imiroved roads below town and it is to c hoped that they will be completed * is far as the Harrison county line this ' utnmer. 1 ( Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Finley Oakes and . laughter, .Marine, wero visum g reiaives in Farmlngton oil Sunday. Dr. Goo. L. Howoll was a business ( isitor in Fairmont on Monday. i J. L. Hess .of Bingamon, was a busl- ( less calior here on Tuesday. Mayor J. Lane Parrisb left on Monlay for Cowan, Webster county, on a lusiness trip. He may extend his visit o Richwood before roturning. I Thomas Hay, of Annabelle, was a ] insiness caller here on Tuesday. H. L. Merrifield Is moving his fam* ly into the apartments in the Davis luildlng today. Tuesday. ( Mrs. S. J. Sturm was shopping in , Fairmont on Tuesday. i +-* ? i I '' ' 1 m II ? MONONGAH | Thirty-five Members Take Degree. C. A. Honaker and P. D. Burton i rent to Weston Monday night, where hey attended a ceremonial session of he Drmatlc Order Knights of Khor- ; ssan. i Thirty candidates were given , he decree, the work being put on by bo Clarksburg team at 2 o'clock yeserday morning. The program was ' ontlnued by the Pythian Sisters servng refreshments to 120 knights. Box Supper. A box supper was held at the Molongah school last evening. More han two dozen beautiful boxes of rell prepared lunch were sold, some is cheap as one dollar and some as tigh as two. Winners of the cake ralk were Miss Mary Vaughn and tea Shaw. Miss Mary Pelligreen and tohn Noble, Miss Vaughn winning irst cako and Miss Pelligreen second. Teachers in charge of the supper rere Mrs. Dr. Keister, Mrs. Roy Adlis. Miss Helen Manlov, Miss Willa /anGilder, Miss Mary Sarpftcld and diss Dotia Kerns. Pool Room Sold. D. M. Kidder and John Wolf have sold their bowling alley and pool oom to Charles Stewart, of Rivesrllle. who has taken charge of the jlace. Soldier Visiting Friends. Joshua Miller, who has Just roturn>d from France, is visiting friends iecr for a few days. He expects to return to Detroit, Mich., where he will continue his work with the Ford rompany. He will be given the same positiou ho had before going to Vance. Personals. Virginia Satterfleld, Daughter of Lee N. Satterfield, who has been ill >t her home for some time with dipheria, is improving. L. B. Farrcll, of Pennsboro, has rakea a position here as second trick jperator for the B. & O. Mrs. John R. Cook and daughter Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Helmick Lnd Mrs. Brooks motored to Monoafah yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Jndy, of Fairnont, were in Monongah Monday night to see the High school play at he Opera bouse. * ? TTTUI*. OAAIH w.a ?! VV cruwu, Ul ?? Ulio MUV.a, nwi n town shopping yesterday. He says le finds the merchants oyerstocked with eggs. Miss Pearl Boydoh, who Is employed by the Consolidation Coal company as clerk In the Ida May store, las returned to her work alter being sick with the flu for the past three weeks. Mrs. Grace Meredith entertained at super last evening Mrs. Dr. KelBter wd Miss Mary Sarsfleld. L. M. Kuhn has just received a supply of all klndB of garden seeds; also jnlon sets and seed potatoes. Miss Miriam Hickman, who Is teaching at Watson this winter, was isrc for the box supper last evening. Mrs. A. H. Yost and daughter, Mrs. Charles Stuby, have returned from CVheellng, where they have been visting with relatives fora tew days. Mrs. L- C. Suley, of Middlebourne, :ame to Monongab yesterday to visit llrs. A. E. Dye. Miss Sarah Holbert yes shopping in Fairmont yesterday. Miss Howell, who is employed by he consolidation as nnrse at Ida May, was in town Monday evenilg to see hehocas talent shew. | FAIRMONT W^PNESDAH 11ET1 _ ?i (Continued from put one.) ^ . n iperators for business that was dl* -erted by the Fuel administration dur- ' ng the war. There are fifty-two cars that H. E. ti leld, of the legal department of the Jutted States Fuel administration, rtth offices in the Jaoobs building, Is rylng to find owners tor. Parties received this coal and they want to pay he operators for It and have appealer o the Fuel administration to find the shippers so that the money might be nrned over to them. The money to lay tor the coal is practically availtble at once. Persons knowing anyhing about the appended list of cars ire requested to communicate with dr. Field. The corrected list up until today Is is follows: S. A. L. 2612, Southern 180948, C. R. !L 12183, C. H. & D. 803321, 3 & O 135355, W. M. 6658, W. M. 5037, C. B. L65S6, P. R. R. 159234. N. Y. C. 63615, R. R. 51004, B. & O, 125816, W. M. >871. N. Y. C. 341784, B. & L. E. 6853. i. P. 86225, B. & 0. 139410, P. L. >64055, N. Y. C- 306236, G. T. 15919, D. L. & W. 10021, R. L 48999, C. & N. W. >6560. P. & L. 719983, B. & 0. 125062, P. R. R. 49700, H. V. S. 23096, H. V. >678, P. & U E. 10762, M. C. 10027, L. V. 24930, P. R. R. 355820. L. & N. E. 10143, P. L. 863601, N. Y. C. 321142, Me, 31615. C. N. J. 84638, P. L. 250380, ST. Y. C. 328418, D. & H. 5803, P. R. R. 187905, M. C. 10665, C. & O. 72008, T fc O. C. 20074, P. R. R. 253228. B. & O. >37781. P. R. R. 322192, M. W. 14990. P. R. R. 292652. N. H. 51887, L. V. 263S7, C. M. & St. L. 301089, K. C. S. 13498. Today's Cars. Tmpties on the Monongah division )f the Baltimore and Ohio railroad tolay number 2.4S5. Care left over from Lbe previous day were 838. Care are classified as follows: Coal, 2,389; :oke. 16; surplus M. V. T., 80. The placement at 7 o'clock this morning was 1,548. Yesterday's Loading. Yesterday 159 cars were loaded on the division. Coal shipped yesterday totalled 343 loads whilo one car of coke was shipped. The movement was as follows: East, coal, 323; coke, 1; west, coal. 20; coke, 0. Port Shipments. Four cars went to Curtis Bay yesterday. Four cars went to lake points; five to points in Ohio and eleven to miscellaneous points. Uneontigned Cars. The total of unconsigned cars on the division today totals 976. Yesterday the miners observed Eight Hour Day and the loading was light with the result that 185 unconsigtred cars were billed out Working Conditions. Today there axe 161 mines down. Last Wednesday there were 176 down; two weeks ago, 161; three weeks ago, 167; four weeks ago. 146. Meeting Postponed. The joint board meeting between the operators and the United Mine Workers set for today has been poetponod until Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. It will be held in the offices of Commissioner McCulkmgb in the Jacobs building. B jf I ? * r EVENING, APRIL 2, lfi S. L Haptonstall, district traTellni ?mO uoaar. John Cuatalac, district organiser, U t Lost Creek today, r F. Kenr?- ???<dent -*'i iturn to Charleston on Thnradaj Irht. Joe Asgelio. International organirer i at Hepdbab today. Wheelwright Return*. Commenting on the ret"?-< to Bel more of Jere H. Wheelwright, chair Y I Who contc ties < k / W1 UxC wish Qr< isS? won) Quali appe tast TheW. No ra Lj: L ** m 4" V 19. . mas of the board of the Consolidation \ Coal company, The Baltimore Son prints the following: I "Jere H. Wheelwright, chairman of the board of the Consolidation Coal > company, has returned from the Hot ' Sprints of Arliona, where he went a month ago to recuperate from his , serious sickness. He was at his office 1 yesterday and thowed benefits from ; Ms trip. He says that he is In Balti more' to stay permanently, and that ? the recent change in his official poati le Grain fo tin valuable <; ac-nornalKr ikl ^xuii^y YT 1 ? for those l sturdy boc jpe-Hi )f}g Cereal fb? st known fo ierful builc ties. A real i mating in for .e; teat & Barley rise in price cMj since the vee ft ] * ?* >*** ?k 7 . V , ' i A ' ;T Uon With the eoal company will make 1 BO ch&pg* Ib hi* status as a reddest \ ot th* city. "Mr. tvhcelwrifht Ttssnwit th* I failure of congress to pass the general deficiency bill, especially at It rtisM to the rallroada He fear*d that th* failure may tend to hoM baeh many contemplated improvements which fl are necessary, la this waf It also I may hare the effect of Interfering I with many of the Industrie* aad-th* S expansion of trade." orth I who I lies. - I ilts I t r its I iin? 1 bod. I m& 1 rfood I ; j 1 4%^^ _ ' - ^ ^V ^^ShH fl . 1 $ H mm AI ruTTrlcr MHiTnaIVT** ' W*t? tiu trsdu! " j