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^ (Tke follofw-lng casualties are report;?dby
the commanding general of the American Expeditionary Forces: Killed In action 8; died from wounds '/i;taied from accident and other cans,M, 14; ded of disease 22; wounded sev **rely 21; wounded (degree undetermined) 43; wounded slightly, 376; '4 muting in action 4; total 498. Wk'* Killed in Action. LaV Corporal? %0fint, Frank Joseph Chicago, 111. |.T, ^dorbett, lliram Fred. Fargo. N. Dak. KPrankowicz. Jbseph L.. Chicago, ill. E.. Hagman, Julius B., State College, Pa. L Hfhn, Martin, Salem, Wis. P Pawldhis Charles A., Crystal Springs, I Lspier, Earle H., Chazey, N. Y. r Riley, Claude, Advance, Mo. WgM- Died of Wounds . ^Private? ttalsld, ohnJ A.. Chicago. 111. ' Wounded Sliflhtly. Privates? v wanner, Milford A., Mrs. Sarah Wagner, Dunbar, Kanawha county W. Va. Haddox, Joseph A., Samuel Haddock, : Parriarille. W. Va Smith, Wlliam W . Mrs. I^uise Smith, R.'F. D. 2. Bridgeport. W. Va. Pinley, Robert E., Samuel Pauley ' Brounland, W. Va. . CHANGES IN STATUS. JThe following cabled corrections arc Issued as an appendix to the regular | Evening Chat ! "J| 11 Sometime or Other. ' 1 passed a pretty cage yesterday swinging slightly in the sunshine, as Its occupant, a beautiful yellow canary bird, flew from perch to perch inside. The small creature was pouring forth the most exquisite song imaginable? a. -?i - . < . .. . r- an irms ana sweetness, up me scait 1 apd down. I stopped for a moment while its owner told me a number of ' pretty stories about the bird?about its smartness, lovableness and wbat fUn it was to own it. My young daughter paid'a personal visit to the canary one day and when she came home, her \ heart and mind were full to overflow ing. Children understand birds and (animals better than any one else. The v young canary, she informed me, was quite fastidious and required a bath each morning from a nice clean bowl. He splashed most vociferously, hi3 small bead eyes darting here and there all of the time. When hi3 bath was quite finished, he flew instantly to the tap of his mistress who sat holding a small towel with which to dry him. According to the children who fairly adore this bit of fluffy yellow, he could do other tricks besides this. They declare he can talk so that one cau understand. Why. they say, no I will chatter away just in front of his V; feed dish when he wants it filled an<i 1 V- . ~: i ? All ....... .... . *vwvn i amp a uiiuuie umu s<uiuu uiip attends to the matter. J thought what 4 happy little bird lie must be. I watCnwl him swinging contentedly. I " listened "to his song which was ueaullr . tul indeed, And I wondered just how - mail a bit ot lite, would have to be to lack the quality of happiness. AH things are happy some time or other. Castas all things are sad?sons time or other. He Liked to Tell Them. A friend of mine has a little boy about five who Is learning tho why of things . This week ho went upstairs r:i_ k COUGHING SPELLS BREAKJOUR REST ?ut a\?W to them withhold reUhbleDr. Kind'sJsevf I TMscoyeiy / V I That W hoarse Mait must b? ; goothcd-T That phi em-loaded cpeit must be loosened, jfifer^ough igust jSschecked so you cmf sleeps Dr. King's NewJ5iscovcry has beat relieving cuds, did coughs for half a least disagreeqhhl drAAt hag It because it b weU-Um/n wd in big demand. 60c S^@fc=I==s======B=====?* . l(v rhm for'nnnsrirmtlon * Keep the\wwels on schedule tine V.with Dr. K&s New Life Pill*, the : / system freed llom poisonous wastes, je* tne complextior?< clear, the stomach : positive. 25c. I We \ BUY I USED FU D R(IBABLY /o * cirded FurijM mnnau fn enwuiwii ?UV?tWJ| WW UV??tVW?VI IT! Probablyyoi :V"! some furnit?K3 at WE WILL /ELL in thelma/flrto I FurnilLn? Jid wi] u l or Ma\d Yftu Mori JUST TELEPE ' ESTIMATE) ] 1 W.O.H1 FOR USED ] 9 PHONE 1554-R. * ' 11 I I III 'Si \LTY LIST I casualty lists at the request of the several press associations. Returned to Duty, Previously Report, ed Missing in Action. Fetters, r.ruee Charles. Mrs. Lucille Fetters, Rainelle, W. Va. i AFTERNOON LIST. The following casualties are reported by the commanding general of the American Expeditionary Forces: Died from wounds 2; died from accident and ether causes-7; died of diseased: wounded severely 16; wounded (degree undetermined 17; wounded slightly 131; missing in action S; total 185. Died from Wounds. Privates? j Fields, James E., Portland, Ore. Lawrence. Joel H? Independence Cal. Wounded degree Undetermined. Private? Ingno, Frank. Camelo Ingno. box 61, Cannelton, W. Va. Wounded Slightly. Sargentc? Evans. Wilkins A.. Mrs. Jessie Turley. 2055 Madison Avenue. Huntington. ' W. Va. Privates? McKinney. Prentice P. Mrs. Anna Turner, Readsville. W. Va. Rysato, Frank, George Squillache, Cab in Creek, W. Va. Missing in Action, PwU?e I an | I iil?ICO i Honaker. James W., James H. Honak- j I er, Livingston, W. Va. by hlmsol' erd very soon Ills mother; beard a crash "Now, John, what have : you done?" the called John answer-j e.l promptly: ' .'01: know the t imbler we take a drink of water cu:. of, mamma?" "Yes, I know," said mamma. "Well, it got broke." John finished courageously. The matter was dropped for the morae"' tinder pressure of other duties but when one of the other Children came home from school, i*. was discovered that instead of a tumbler, a bottle of hair tonic had been broken, with tne contents spilled in every direction. John's mother took her small son aside and administered a good spankirg. "Ilovr, J v.n," sh j sa'd "Why an. 1 spanking you?" "Cause I broke tbie tumbler," said John quite positively. The mother smiled in spite of herself. "My son," she exclaimed, "1 am whipping you because you told me a story. Mother didn't care about I he bottle of hair tonic at all. "Now, why did I spank you?" "Cause ! broked the bottle," this time John was sure he had it right. "No, no," wasn-' It possible to make the child understand? i ESCAPED SERHHIS RESULTS HE SAYS; j in which the manufacturer first made [ It. and the ereat events that followed I Have been the subject of numerous newspaper articles throughout Ameri. ca, but hero is something more t<? the point. Plant Juice is now being introduced in Pennsylvanai and it has already a firm hold here, where it is reviving and revitalizing hundreds of citizens in all walks of life. That tills Uatomenl is true, it is only necessary people who havo given Plant Juice a trial. For instance the signed testimonial of Mr. Perry Anderson, who resides at No. 6230 Butler St.. Pittsburgh, and is employed as engineer by one af*,the krge firms of that city, and hp hosts 01 friend', as he has residedHiere for tlm past IS years and is ayman of the utmost honor and integritr stated: 'For the past six orfieven years I haul a great deal of yiubte with my atoimch and all the/nedimnes I had take\ failed to giv^une rejjief. 1 had dreadful pains in ye pit of my stomach whcii was an bloated with ga3. I Had mpjdaches Jmd was very dizzy at timfee; Md no appetite and could not keep anything \f my Vtomach. I could scarcely sleep it bight I was so nervous at)ft dldjlot know what to do^te find reMaf. Inn ally a friend told, are of Plant J\lpe And advised me ttT try it. I did so. Won! I am now glad to state that I fouM it to b^just the medicino I needed. Is it ha%iput my stomach in fine shape; I sleep well at night and oan eat anythin#! want and digest it. I anw^dad to jfcdknmend Plant Juice 10 oineTi^ z Plant jrtiic/ is sold in Fairmont at Fairmont Pfcfmacy. Perry AnttfrsSk No. 6230 Butler St.. Pitti^irflh^^ Praising Plant The j/(story of Plaii^uice the way and /SELL RJWfURE u/hav| some disffre wmch is worth WW Will BUT i woum like tofctiy an extra low jfnce. IT! V\jj?^a7ways toy and Sell Used 11 Save You Money ley if you deal with / [ONE FDR' OUR MAN WCALL xr&>& Co. ! fi^iturJk 214 JACKS0N ST. f ' - ' ' l|?*?? I .. f "Mother spanked you . for telling a nicked story. You didn't break a tumbled at all and my little son'knew be t didn't break the tumbler. Do you lilce i otell stories, John?" John locked straight lnti his mother's eyes and answered earnestly. "I like to tell *om. mamma." . ? * Suspicious, but Twins. d Judge?So you claim that the de- * fendaut hit you with malice aforethought? Complainant? (suspiciously)? It's ( no good tryin to make me contradict 1 myself, guv'nor. I said he hit me with i a hammer and that I stick to through ' i thick and thin. 11 Sold, art the i price ^as bef< iNSTAjtf \ TheVavjdnle h qf Ibtafrer ajfl ? i nui iu prdvidesrea Not a Bit i n / (CRE ^ When you pay one, two or ^ earnings into a savings bs like the regular instalmei such a, system is not any g pj the cash houses, but our j: $ n 1 P | Style Revelat 1 $25 5 Every new model and fab Sy save you so much money \ 6 other soul-stirring comp; sheer strength of variety to the exclusive cash stor W mers. They've been aroi ^ o i -i* oexges, pupxxixs, gauaraxn 5* with plenty of sizes and s ^ ideas and figure. The ne1 ^ box coat, the new panel sa ^ bottoms, the new pointed erything that's chic and 5$ down tomorrow, with im ^ at these prices. 8 ja Advance Shcr 8 $14 0 Get your eyes on this deli ^ prices spring greatest vi w Easter when re-orders n W Tantalizing tunics, mane W contribute a scene from ^ dressy ladies. Georgett* ^ You simply can't see all I W the beauty and variety o ^ here! That'll appeal too, jg see style and quality at 1 No wonder the women c ing their dresses here wh N |Special! Child I Coats, Capes Dolm ^ Serges, poplins, gabari and silvertones^in such numbers of styles your breath at first. ? when you get into this < S3 whelming swim of fas ^ you enjoy it more than i & or a party. Diverse and s: & is every line?coats, cape & dolmans. $ $15.00 and Ub f\ 1311 CLEVEL. - < ' V i : ; T ' i : f- * Dreams. The United States as a German cosing shed. France as the Brooklyn or Germany. Calais as the Atlantic City of Berlin. The Louvre as a German dance hall, lingo Ballin's ferry boat tine from t&mburg to London. Bagdad as the Oriental show winlow of the German department store.? 5t. Louis Globe Democrat. A . I Majo- Robert C. Denison. ormerly , jastor of the United Congregational! :hurch at New Haven. Major John W. j Frothingham of Brooklyn and other i members of the Red Cross Serbian mission are doing splendid wortc in' .hat country. ^ j i j s^rtie.fefr yfetfyrwpr. Rostum i >ole beverage fee drinkers. ill drink that i ecopomy. of Waste ! V i dit three dollars a week for a lot ink. The Farley method of i nt-house credit plan. You j reater than the 30-day charg rices show that we undersel 'ay a Li xxr ions m women: .00 and up ric you see in the other stori ^ou will be convinced on sig] arison test in which we will and won derful values. What es is found ori the tongues 01 ind and know. les and fancy checks. All exqi tyles to fit every woman, mi w vestee, tile new narrow ski veeps, the nAw cross belt, the fronts, etc., Ate. Ohijusfceve charming. Tur?tfig the m; mense floor fllljra. with real v wing Wobiens'l .50 anp up ightful assemblage while the lltin cnncofinn mroi* lrw/Miim 1 uub'ouioauun t?ci ivuywji. ^ ever fail to force prices up. larin modes, vestee vogue an whicK it will be impossible bs, orepe tie chines and taffe this without becoming ,overw f it all and what you'll save if you've been around. If y ;empting prices, see these pr if Fairmont and surrounding ere they have hundreds of si ren's Capes and ans Womei Easter Mil hold Smart hats trim fruits, flowers and ojter- V^ers, also sma mion rdttfL straw sailor play and aU the wantei mart every hat in the ; S OT* ^ ? wuiuu d great c They are priced? $2.98 and U JAMES AND AVENUE a??M?S8SE?SSe&SB?B Fashionable Shoes, Oxfords ai^f^umps for women ana misses at the reason a oie prices, i w Womcpy Oxfords and Pumps ' J:"l H The fashionable Easteryootweai- in Gray, Black, Brown, Champagne and \ WhiteX Priced J&.50 to $8.Qp \ MINES' ANDy^HILDREN'S OXFORDS AND SANDALS |S9 Comfortable and t)*e latest in Brown, Blagk and White. Selling from $2 Up. : Y / MEN'S OXFOfeDSX. 3 9 We cajjVartculAr attention to our line. Real shoe Values in Brown, Black dr' White. PpcAd $3i0 to $10.00. SWHEADQUARTERS FOR EASTER SHOPPERS | .. I TnP A TVTT^V 11 A nnTOTV t\rsu rmivuioi i ||| 105 MAIN STREET j9| FOR EASTER of clothes you don't feel the outlay. It's like putting what you can spare of your S | easy payment ought to be called the Savings Bank System of Shopping. It's not ?et different treatment here and you pay cash prices. The cost to us of conducting Jp| e account plan of the cash stores. So you see it is easy enough to compete with-S11H 1 most of the cash stores. * ittle Each Week J | ""???~"" 1 sfwmrflB 5' Suits Men's New Spring Suits lis ps priced to I $20??an<^ up (a nt. 11 is an- ?? ? win out on we are doing r r jgv, , ? our custo- Wbat 70,1 want are new Weai1 ki&ST*- L I ffc ' and here is where you gtt them. W uisite dreams Thl8 ereat third fl00r of ours ls >s or junior's ovor t0 Ja?Ma*ffiIng8 Jr ^llie-WO^ef^^' the clock and have | ^ ^ ' I j > H. FARLEY FAIRMONT, W. VA^H > * ^ garments. ^ I 1 Vs. ^L J jar or two a week, you get the JfwHmljai . ,W I '* % same prices the exclusive cash ^HBHw wwWM' t (1 stores at their spot-cash *C<*^ I 1$ a ou want to j son's very nifty waist-line and iy etty dresses. coat-skirt models. Unfinished > ' ' 'Wiff "S are select- worsted, Striped homespuns, ?????? ^ * sPS! *fi Elfj ' :\^' v-"'^yOM^BWB Coats, all Sizes and Colors, $5.00 up^jH -?____ it's Men's Shirts Men's Hats fl^H |* Made of plain and corded Creeds and codes of, faahionaa^^^B linery Madras, the fine count Per- shift like a kaledoscope. V,:|l med with ca^es anc^ Mercerized Cloths. Pre-war style and those of to^^^^H fancy fea- stout anc* serviceaMe. The day differ greatly. J;I ?4. u J..J "wash the best and wear the .Tnst rinw men's hat stvloc ari? it uaiiucu ~~ ?" s in black longest" kind. Rich colorings more than ever thorough!^ j colors and striking patterns that Americanized. , . are so popular for the new Spring styles in soft felts assortment season in abundance. Soft derbies ready now. You'llJmB leal more. cuff models. Sizes range from surprised at our wonderftpg 14 to 17? spring showing? \ p. / $1.59 and Up | $3.50 and Up /'