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[ ADRIA T1 J NEW. [ M S i 19 Ml QUICKLY Be Had Situation Care fully Studied By Experts. II STOP JOB MM | Also More German Terri- * tory Will Be Taken Over. PARIS, April 18. ? (Havsa.)?Mill- ( tary exports under the direotion of Marshal Foch have been charged with the drafting of a report on what iheold be done In the event that Germany refuses to sign the treaty of peace. v Tt < fnrflmteri Peat the methods of - 1 coercion .which the Allies would adopt s may include the occupation o( more 1 German territory, the blockade ef en- jj amy ports and the discontinuance of c supplies to Germany, 1Kmhh i This Year's Program in Marion County is All Outlined, Road construction for Marion coun- 1 ,-y is all planned. After a number of ' lays spent in considering various ( contracts ,the last oue was awarded , this rooming and contractors who got \ the.awards wilt get busy immediately, s Dontracts for fivo roads have boon j awarded as tins covers the amount ot , work whloh has been laid out for this year. Two roads in Orant district will i ka' loirl tuia Its Unur Hsiu and nna In ? IIBiUl fcwu IU J * " I UW IMIli uug iU I I join. Contracts ara rh follows: ? lie road from Beverley plica two ' ? from L, R. Vincent's place to i of the hill near Johu Niaon's place, \ .ract given to Flick Bambrldge. I Bginning at tha bridge at Brook- f . suburb of Monongah, and ending 1 lie residence of tlie lata B. F. Sbav- t contract to Joseph Fuecl, l rem Dakota to Rlveevlile road, i ract let this morning to Shuttle Saccl. This road will be mostly t icncreta with brick In front of s gle's store to the B. & O. property In front of KSener'a store. N. M. ] fh has the contract for road from t end of the covared bridge at Gray's r M to the end of the Improved road c side of Fairvlew. short time ago the oontract for t road from the mouth of Plum Ran [aanington district near the Black- t ? farm was given to Van Vlrt : I Bromley. be decision regarding the new road i erlal which oommlsstoners examt near New York several weeks ago / made this morning. It was statthat this material would not b4 1 at the present time and that all wK** shacks had been returned making the . h,< matter final. TVhil^ the new meafortal ( L looked Tery rood, It .had not be?i laid , II WANTED | | Bags. Must be well cleaned. I Deliver to Mr. Forman, Fairmont I I Printing and Publishing Co. K Of Cm rC PROBl EFFORT ?LAN FO. The Big Four i Resumes Work j at White fiousq j (By Associated Pfjfess.) . PARIS, April 18?the return of David Lloyd XJcorge from his visJt home the Council of Four comprising the Britim, French, Itai (an and President Wilson resumed i its deliberations today. The "Big \ Four" met in the P*is white house j mmm 10 ON/SCHEDULE mi ?pi Charleston Train Will Leave Here at 6:30 in the Morning. Formal announcement that the Boltinoro and Ohio Railroad company rould put into effect ita annual spring ; chedule on Sunday was received tolay by J. D. llecker ,tbe local B. & O. igent. Ile got placards to that effect ind later a schedule on trains In and mt of the Fairmont terminal. The new Charleston train leaves i*alrment at 6:30 a. m., arriving at Clarksburg at 8:30 a. m. Connections ire then made for Charleston via Orando over the Coal and Coke railroad, irrlving In Charleston at 5 p. m. This iffords a daylight trip to Charleston md also connections down the Ohio lver division as heretofore, via Point feasant or HunLlngton. The new train from Morgantown will irrlvo In Fairmont at 9:10 a. m., leavno WnfFnnfrtum n 1 fl o m Pftnnollis. ?Q >Vk U Ml till VUltllVMll I Mile peoplo are endeavoring to get] lila train run out of Oonnellsvllle, but: 10 change In the plan has been anlounced. This will give the Morganown people an opportunity to make 'onnectlons east and west out of this :lty. On the return trip this train will c-avo Fairmont at 6:30 p. m., arriving n Morgantown at 7:40 p. m. Train 44 will leave Wheeling at 1:40 p. m., instead of 6:30 p. m. It vill receive the connection at Moundsrllle from train 72, of tho Ohio diviilon, arriving in Fairmont at tho usual Ime, 9:44 p. m. Train 44 will stop at <ingmont hereafter and on Saturday lights only at Hammond. Train 43 between Grafton and iVhoellng, will leave Grafton at 8.60 a. j n., Instead of 9:16 a. m? arriving at 1:42 a. m. Instead of 10:07 a. m. Falrmonters generally are highly ileased with the new schedule which vlth the exception of the Connellsville ocal trains Is as efficient and satisactory as tho pre-war schedule. The nst conference here with B. & O. offiMals was especially effective and both "alrmont and Morgantown are highly ileased with the results obtained. The numbers of tho trains and their lme out of the Fairmont terminal are lb follows: For Morgantown, Connellsville and Pittsburgh?Train 67, 12:10 a. m., rain 69, 6:05 a. m.; train 65, 2:45 p n. To Morgantown only?Train 63. i:30 p. m. For Wheeling?Train 63, 6:55 a. m.; rain 43. 9:42 a. m.; train 51. 6:17 p. m. For Grafton?Train 36, 6:35 a. m.: rain 56. 12:06 p. m.; train 52, 5:20 p. n.; train 44, 9:55 p. m. For Clarksburg?Train 68, 6:30 a. n.r'train 70, 9:47 p. m. /Vaw DterlAatnn Train AC C'5A a m f Ui VflllYI ITfTIV" ? i U 4.44 VV| V. uv U< U1 Connections at Clarksburg. general mass meeting. On Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock a general mass meeting will be held In Central Labor Hall. It will bo open o the general public. The speaker nill be John W. Brown, International >rganizer of the United Mine Workers, ffe will discuss the "Phenomena of 3emccracy and the War." tennant funeral today. Funeral services over the remains >f Lowney Tennant were held at 9 'clock this morning at the home of lis brother-in-law Edward Stanton at Norwood. Further services wpr'e held it Pisgah church. Burial took place n the adjoining cemetery. In War: IWith U)S Colors, In Peacel At HpsM. As Then! So A?YOW? SEJITICU Let m? clM|f your wa|Jbaper. a[ ^'/roberts, \ Phone 129|4f' 532 yValnuV.Ave. me You intend ta 'JEM IS N WILL B1 R ACTI01 PEEK OHD I0i. GO SACK A10.0.! AOMINISTRATiON President Thinks Common Groond Can Be fp F^und. o HE if! OBEYED! ^ V Nothing Can Be Done Un- a til Hines Gets * Back. p ti 3 WASHINGTON, April 18. ? President Wilson has directed the Indusa trial Board of the Department of Com- t merce and the Railroad adminlstra- ii tion to reopen discussion of price sta- ' hfUxatinn and pndpflvnr t/i ffnrt a rnm mon ground on which they can agree, f Chairman Itek announced today!d that the board would take up the questlon with the Railroad administration f Immediately, but any action probably will have to wait the return of Dlrec tor General Ilines next week from an I inspection trip In the west. eon mek 1MEJ1TIM1 Manningtonites Now Have Two Mayoralty Candi- Y dates to Pick Them. \ t i] By THE CORNER POLITICIAN. \ The veil is lifted! g Squire T. B. Toothman was nominated fodav fnr mnvnr nf Mnnnlnc-ton on a tho Business Men's ticket. Lem Sny-1 r der was nominated for councilman j 1 from tho Second ward, L. H. Boor for j d counrilman from the Third ward, and j a last but by no means least, I. G. Hick- c man was selected to represent them 1 r as chief of police. 11 It is probable the men of the Peo-jt pie's party will sleep the quiet sleep' t of poaco for the first time in many days tonight. t Now with both tickets In the field < things between now and the 2Sth will f hum. There is expected to be a good r old fashioned fight, but either way the 1 town can't lose, for both parties arc f pledged to give the citizens everything ' from water works to free soup kitch- -v ens. ( Store Clerks' Union Now Being Formed f At Central lAbor Hall last night a ' meeting was hold for the purpose of , organzing the retail salesmen and the j saleswomen of Fairmont. W. M. Rog- . ers, of Fairmont, president of the' West [ Virginia State Federation of Labor, , presided and James Snydor acted temporarily as secretary and treasurer. . A soliciting committee composed of ' Ray Pitzer, R. R. Currey, B. F. Mills, : Clyde Donaldson. Jacob Snyder John Dell and Steward Smith was named. Another meeting will be held next ! Tuesday evening and an effort will be I made to organize every retail clerk in / Fairmont. ' ? : Guardians Curators ; Named by the Court < 1 Srshin.l T.j- Hill hnr?n o.*mnfntnrl guardian of Wllraer W. Stevens, 19, un I der boml of $25. Wilmer is the child of Nora Stevens. < Mary E tHart has been appointed ad- .j ministrator of Hie will of John P. Hart 1 under ootid of $50,000. \ William JohnRon. guardian of Panln e William Johnson, guardian of Pailline Berry, ago two, child of John P. t [ Berry, bond of $400. I T. P. Cotcuntzis, M. G. Fannakis and e M. A. Fletcher have been appointed cuI rators of the estate of N. J. Comuntzis i decens?d under bond of $50,000. I I A. E. BothlisbergVier appointed cu- 1 I rator estate of Steve Butrick, bond of \ $100. I Buy a Victory Botii 'EAR SOi E MADE VIFGER '~rrrnGmm i i There is considerable contest on bout headquarters as to who will Crete the snappiest slogan to be painted n the headquarters building. Here re a few ground out by Homer Toothian, of the Military committee: R?U?A?True American? Dig In?Dig Down. Do It Now. The War is Over. Lot's Keep it Ovr. Snap Out of It. Bring the Boys Home. Let's Pay Our Debts. At a meeting in chairman Hood's ofIce yesterday afiernoon the matter of aint'ng the new headquarters was mention :.!. Members of the ladies rganlzation protested against its betig painted on tbe ground that no baracks were painted in the camps. "That'-? Just the reason." said John lurchinai, "inat i want n paraien. i m so doggone sick of looking at un-, air.ted buiidings. "And it wouldn't look like home f?o navy man. if it wasn't painted," aid Ken Clark. "You know the Navy re paint a thing and then start right ? and paint it over and when the aint gets on too thick we Just have o scrape it off a little and paint 11 gain." Although there has been no official nnouncement from Charleston as to he amount, the county organization 3 assuming the amonnt of the Victory oan quota for Marion to be $1,800,000. Chairman Hood received a telegram rom state chairman MacCorkle yester !ay afternoon announcing that the helnets and other feature materials to be ised in the drive had been shipped rom Charleston by express. MIGHT P H BACK FMM ARMY Forest Damron Was Painfully Injured While Serving- in France. Forrest Damron returned to his lomeon Pierpont avenue this city last ivening after service in France and a leriod spent in French and the Waler Iteed hospital in Washington. He irought with him a perfectly good nose vhich was made to order by the sur_ irons. Young Mr. Damron has been in the irmy airoui lour years ana ne is nere 'ow on a furlough. Before going to France he served on the Mexican borler. While he was serving in France is a member of the headquarters troop if the Eighth division he drove his notorcycle into a shell hole and susained extensive and painful injuries o his head and face including the rirual wrecking of his nose. Damron was among the earliest of he wounded to be sent back to this i muntry and at the Walter Reed hoslital they took a piece of one of his ibs and fashioned him a very nice ooklng nose. The new member is not ntirely healed yet but he knows that t is just as good as the one Mother Mature provided him with originally. jlen Parker Gets Two Month Dose Glen Parker was taken to Justice "tonaway yesterday from the city jail, ollowing an arrest by city officers fpr :arrying whiskey. After a hearing at vhirh Parker as usual told nothing, lustice Conaway fined him $100 and tavo him two months in jail to find lis tongue. Parker has been carryng whiskey or committing some othsr offence with whiskey as an object or some time. It is said ho is arrest'd on one charge or another every v- n ii ccnn. Charley Whitesides, who was arested with Parker, appeared also beore Justice Conaway who dismissed tlm. Whitesides was said to have teen arrested Just In front of the door if his house, and for this resaon was 'eleased on the belief that he was limply buying and bringing home the vhiskey. 1 Special Easter Music at Lutheran Church At Grace Evangelical Lutheran :hurch this evening at 8 o'clock prelaratory seivice to the Holy Commu. lion will be held. Holy Communion vlll be observed at G a. m. and 10:45 1. m. on Easter Sunday. At 10:45 a. m. service on Easter the boir will render "Christ is Risen" by 2. L. Ashford, and "Now is Christ Rlsin" by J. S. Fearis. On Easter Sunday evening the chair will render the cantata, "The First 3aster." The text is by Edith Sanford Hllotson and the music by Ira Bishop Vilson. Two orchestral numbers will >e rendered before the cantata. i~-TaJce it Monday . / * i LUTION. TO FIX\ MANYR Imitteesare ALREADTAT1RK miwH i Corporations Committee! Planned It's Campaign This Morning. COAL COMMITTEE NAMED] Any Worker is at Liberty to Draft Others to 'Help. A special meeting of the corporations committee of the Victory loan organisation was called at 11 o'clock this morning by Chairman J. M. Jacobs and plans were perfected for getting subscriptions from all local and foreign corporations doing business in the county. Personal calls will be made on all corporations in Fairmont and for those out of town a series of telegrams will be used. This commit tee Is not waiting Tor the official opening of the drive, but is already hard at work. A coal committee was appointed today by County Chairman Smith Hood to solicit all coal mines of the county. The personnel of this committee is as follows: John Wolfe, Brooks Fleming, Junior, R. M. Hlte, J. W. Devison, W. B. Watson, Junior,"H. B. Clark and , F. E. Johnson. , County Chairman Hood announced i this morning that every person named ] in any unit of the county organization i is authorized to draft as many persons ] to help as he or she may deem neces- < sary and advisable. It is likely that < the organization will be greatly aug- 1 men ted in this manner. A meetig for purposes of orgaiza- 1 tion and final drafting of working 1 plans will be held by the First ward 1 committee tonight. A meeting of the I Eighth ward committee called by < Chairman E. B: Moore and Mrs. O. J. i Watkins, will aso be held tonight to l perfect the organization in that ward. A meeting to be held at Barrack- I ville this evening will be addressed by I J. M. Jacobs and others, and is planned ! to get the loan movement started in that community. Congressman M. M. Neely will address the citizens of Barrackville and Fairmont district at a meeting to be held in Barrackville next mesuay evening . l ae nour ior both meetings is 7:30, and their arrangement was secured by Duke Brand, chairmanatBarrackville. At the special meeting last night of chairmen and chairwomen of the various wards, plans for the campaign were perfected as they apply to the city. The result of this meeting was the publication this morning by City Chairman Edwin Robinson of a list of instructions for all city workers. These instructions are as follows: Interest: 4% per cent.; state, coun- ( ty, city and normal income'tax free. 1 Term of bonds: Four years. Payments: 10 per cent, with application; 10 per cent. July 15th; 20 per cent. August 12tb; 20 per cent. September Oth; 20 per cent. October 7th; 20 per cent November 11th, Armistice Day. If purchaser desires to make pay- . ment through bank or company by ; which he 1b employed, have applica- j tion card signed with name of bank , or company inserted. Ascertain from purchaser when 10 per cent will be i paid as you will not get credit for sale < until this payment is made. Last Issue: This will be the last | campaign for Liberty loan bonds. i Subscribers' Window Emblem: Each ' bond purchaser is entitled to window emblem upon receipt of first payment. All pledge cards must be returned < to ward chairman. There will be volunteer workers' ' tiorfrM fnr all f.ihAHv lnan WArlfAPfl 1 Chairman Hood is today laying par- 1 ticular stress on the fact that all sub- ' scrlptions to be mode to the InterChurch World Movement whose campaign begins May 18 and lasts until May 25, can be made with Victory bonds. In their literature the managers of the movement say, "Victory Loan bonds will be accepted on just the same basis as gold dollars." The quota for Marion county for this drive is to be $100,000 and Mr. Hoodr is particularly desirous that persons planning to contribute to that movement, subscribe for bonds and then apply the bonds to the fund. The Baptists. Presbyterians, Methodists and all Protestant churches will be parties to the drive. A meeting was held at headquarters (Continued on page six.) and Make I "* r - A T PARI YTEEL PI tFUSES jBo^^vitd^are Agah Active wCmmfVifpnn. ApwVlS.? (By Associated Press.)?Bok-hevik sympathisers this mornlnVattempted to storm the Austriai\ parliament building, bnt were dispersed with a few wounded. The ci%r generally is quiet The attempt caused no^iecial ! excitement in the city. It w^the i first bolshevik outbreak here sWco last November. RAILROAD TlltL lOUUJIIMP in on m Few Mines Suspended Operations on Account of Good Friday. Railroad fuel jumped to 231 loads yesterday, which was the largest batch of it sent out thus far this week ilong the Monongah division of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. The tonnage for the four days this week 8 776 cars. Yesterday's ortfor of railroad fuel eras the larg&t since last Friday when the total aggregated 251 cars, B. and O. was steady with an 83 car order; New York, New. Haven and Hartford ordered 34 loads yesterday after having been off the list on the previous day; New York Central loadBd 43 cars, which was the biggest order placed since las Monady, when 13 cars were secured. Philadelphia and Reading came back strong yesterday and secured 48 loadB after having secured but 11 loads the previous day. This is the largest order the P. & R. has secursd during the present coal year. The nearest approach to this was on April 2, when 4G loads were ordered. Consignments yesterday were as follows: B. & 0. 83; C. of J. 7; Cumberland Valley 4; Lehigh Valley 13; N. Y., N. H. & H. 34; N. Y. Central 42; P. fc R. 48. Cumberland Valley broke in again with a four car order, the first one which it placed during the present week. Central of New Jersey was (Continued on page six.) GEnilirs IMC TIKI I *1011 iinu mi\ui lhiuu Surprised the Letts on Guard There And Now Control. CBy Associated Press.) COPENHAGEN April IS?German and Baltic trocns have possibly seized Mbau and overthrown the provisional government. according to advices received here. Reserve troops wer surprised by the strong German forces on Wednesday whch overpowered and interned them. The surprise was possible, according :o report, because of the fact that Lettish troops had been sent to the front while Baltic Germans bad been returned. Premier Ullman has# protested to General von Zerzoltz, commander of the German troops in Lotvia and the latter has expressed his astonishment Dver the incident. The Letts accuse the Germans of hindering them from mobilizing against the Bolshevik. A telegram wan sent Wednesday evening I by Premier Ullman to the I-Pttish rep-1 rcsentatlves in Denmark reporting the 1 seizure of Dibau and adding that he is collaborating with the British mission and British warships in the harbor. Tho telegram stated that the Germans had occupied the Premier's apart ments and seized the papers there. It was added that the Germans demanded that one third of the members in a new ministry which they insist shalt be formed shall be German. The telegram concludes by saying "We will accede nothing." Two ocean-going tugboats recently succeeded in towing a raft containing 4,000,000 feet of sawed lumber from Finland to Copenhagen. lasy for (he Campa UCES 1 TOSIGNi _ I GERMANS WILL 1 mam 10 111 ia| May Ask Questions But Nothing Resembling Dis. cussion May Take Place. ;J| What AboihyGerman Jh| tBy Associated Press,) ~ :wi| PARIS. April 18?Conflicting claimspSM to the city of Flume sad the n,lm4'l Man coast which has been laid Jm|S| tore the peace conference la Italy and Jugo-Slavis probably wiU fef? brought to a decision soou if effort#^ to be exerted by the Italians bear frottvj Tills controversy has aroused ptwbicflM sentiment In Italy and when the Ulit-iJ Ian parliament meets April 24 It ft.;! probable Pi emicr Orlando .will be aaifi^HB ed for a report on tne subject. He lie is said especially to desire a iettif^|g Convori'iitionK on <9 iem have been golnfi^ATn PariaVaWaj some time. But it 1st rodlcatwJ|Hjfl^M settlement bas not aa yet beeln.'y^M According to present plans thp^UBm terms of peace may not be madsTkWHHM to the Germans before Sunday hflaJtjiH week and It may not be until liwi lowing Monday that the enetay fffliH gates leern the details of tb^;.tiSa| that they will be asked' to sU&-^$!8 will d<>]fiv in } P.UUI_U?.UBU .0 It is believed as It is notoxpectedjmHI the German delegation can goto'wffl mar, receive instructions and rettltnlS Paris before May 8. : vsgSH According to plans fomulat*?2BBI conference the German delejeroMSB^B be permitted to ask questions to?raf^| date objure points but nothing approaching a discussion of will be permitted. Only. 'PrefWjH Wilson and the allied pre&wjm@jlJ9H present when the terms are\$cap9|^H to the Germans. It is League of Nations will have MtejfBBW of honor in the terms to be Japan will bring before the (^raS?ra of Four on Saturday the subjmijffiS Klao-Chau, tho German . fortreflM the far east. It is expected UjatlgaH cision will be announced soon'/ v^RBB ier Clemenceau who had reftmnH join in the conditional. agroefrlMIMjM teed Russia through neninteMM has at last agreed to' the Letters exchanged between tnekemW dl of Four and the commtaajMB charge of sending slpplies to sians indicate that conditon*:a$iHjE^| ical. ? ???? i The case of Robert Monroe jUigM Jack Hays was continued, this ing in Circuit court WltnaesdeaMM the defendant have about m| with but one other this afternoon^? plaintiff will then place TltnttffnWM in rebuttal and the case wfUb&MgH for the Jury by tomorrow noonj-fflfi| ?i i.t ? - - - ? uiuugiii. The case la unusually IntefeatHiMB that Jack Hays claims he did boC^H Monroe at all and that Moriioe'jBwH work on the foundation of lag. The plaintiff, Monroe, suing for a 10 per cent of tbjnaH and materials but for his "wagef?9 a day from the 5th of SeplViiftjjB^M November 21st. Some of 08 have testified that Monroe,i^UfiH and some that he did not "few In Federal court at Ptttabmjlfl Wednesday and yesterdar ltiuBH the bankrupt estate ot'J. son. the Uniontown banker. $450,000 received from 0. L. RomeM the Chicago coal operator/^mSH| acres of Pittsburgh coal county. The money was dliaHBM per scbednle to the nu>rtgi|^|0|H and secured creditors. Taxes amounting to paid in Pennsylvania on prajMnHH cated in Washington, Payettipi Greene counties.