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~?ie West Bit-? mmi'. PAPER THAT OOE8 H VERT EVENING EXCEPT 81 t TWMrmont Printlnr and Publishli i' .TJm West Virginian Building, Adams i IILV fmaPHONEB?HQS. 1106. 1107. , KfMtHiaa through private exchange. ? W J. WIEGKL, General Mai HpyilB C. HERBERT. SIDNEY iflA, RAT MAPEL. Edtt?r' CHARLEI ? ',, Superintendent Circa! JAMES J. DEVHCB, National Advertising Bipma Clarksburg. W. Va. gsKfefnr York Office: I Chicago 01 Wf'm MacQtiold A geney. I A. ! laM: Yh^Asgpclaud Prees.of which th JFa member, la entitled exclusively to the jgStt Tfeatlon of all news, dispatches credit Otherwise credited la this newspaper at % news published herein. All rights of I special dlspatcncs herein are alio resnr Member Associated Press. f&V Member Audit Bnroan of Circulatlo E Member American Newspaper Pi && Member West Virginia Dally Ni SUBSCRIPTION RATH BY MAID?(Payable in advance oi Br-jj.- IMS; six months, fl.eO; three mon Ri-:- BY CARRIER?(In Palnnont) O Six months. $3.<0; one month, lOe; Kg? Per oopy. Three Cents. fe BT CARRIER?(Outside of 1 moptb. 7Ec; one seek, lie. By carrier, gg All subscriptions payable In ad van ?\* . When aeking tor change is addreee B^ nsw addresa. [g&ntersd at the Poetofflee at Faire sia, as second class matter. E'UBSDAY EVENING, APRIL 2 THE AMERICANS CRl >e in the United Stale* of Ame he people, by the people, for i rs are derived from the consent acy in a republic, a sovereign States; a perfect Union, one J upon those principle* of freedt humanity for which American j and fortunes. I therefore belit unby to love it; to support it* n>s; to respect its flag; and to is. I PATRIOTIC MINEW0R1 X the war was on there was r triotic class, not even the men han the miners. It would have should have been demonstrated sozed out of the ends of . their the armistice. est Virginian, therefore, was no Baxter mass meeting indicated much in favor of supporting the er were. We felt sure they wc lie limit of their ability in the of die fact that not as much c I therefore .their earnings are no nil, it may be that the total sal it be as large this time as they a, but if the right kind of an e eh sales is bound to be a most ess of the campaign, tiers are loyal; now let the o see to it that they are equally sacrifices to help pay for the war. l^dtmtLESS the ladies of the W< ^^^' heve been checking up on the results ^Hfolmpajgn hifae been struck by the curious Mufctffbrts have been producing the grea H&mere is least need of such missionary woi insults where there is great need. Lawns i HPIbfthe city are practically all free of the ^^pres and are looking their best, but in J Upp^tVothdr sections if any change at all IrOns is phenomena familiar to those wh( gjuHtoblems. Appeals to civic pride and to Sngghip, which requires each individual fa ^' maintaining sanitary conditions, are perio p?'*qrder to maintain a high standard of EHgjOTwbea these appeals are made they ai b^mV iriqst people. It takes a stronger impi |y^ and finally there is a class which cai the strong arm of the law. Pfhe clean-up movement this spring i xr-u-c*-u>vxj--_r I RUFF STUFF ' liote guys wljo said a couple ot ha .MO that they'd be darned it t* ?d buy a bond are beginning to a '11 take a tot of nerre not to buy the lade who sell automobiles are .aufeplqg something sice to the l^ier man they are not showing dipper kind of gratitude. f< HBwh $0 Is this guy William Jennings pi who is going to lecturo in this n pt'some time this week? d! Sme to think of it he's one of the T tallies of the great war. * ES&c * * * Iiiip is Pittsburgh yesterday a me fined $50 (or stealing whls * O bat Idea spreads this far up the JJ a lot of peace officers will be " poor paying their fines. i maybe It isn't theft to take ^ i from a bootlegger. |u M one started a rumor that the: ci pit ?trika tn Berlin hud ended. 1 si S-" '1'"* ' a- ' r mUK5?33fcWjx'te~'<-. -V' i., -y: u. . I V " I ^ ^ ? ? ? - J mi 444? rcicnca ine stage w Itltmtn to the Utter class, i department of the W has always been sine cjkdat conditions, we beg 1< at least persuasion < *d Qutncy Bta. ^ ^ All departoMBto warned should be ar It would not take Bright, M transformation tutor Manager. now recognized as v i,MPWt the city authorities i a Manage great deal of aerivit) . .. . that they make it ch job. Whynotgivet Bee: the sanitary police, < iffl" make Fairmont a spc H?*0* would work a wonc Una?T?mrt" more P'ea5Mlt ad to It er nat td also the teoal or republication * _ ocp ERMANY'S coercion is lan Soshaea Ajtf*. ^ '5 1)0 intention or spar ar Aa^n. worse than the circu demand, and it is a sty.) Om rear, were dr thai Jig*; ana spirit displayed by i eras. their several proclan W fTafP, . i . U om wotk* lie* ana by the Cennai rxii mat) Om *Pnng when the vh< Three Cento- winning the war, die *V? Md as well j B* ? "V1*5 stJ i to pay the limit T tent wart Vlr- j whole of Europe, ai a peace which will i i 1 the production of i ' * ? There must be left 2' and they are going may be consistent wi But in being thus * does not follow that terfieldian about it. received with studied L go. They are goini \ conquered people an to exist as a nation tl H ors. That is going j| less than a year ago i and felt sincerely thai * pletely subjugate the a good deal of the IED. there is due entirely t rice as a govern- r~ fie people, whose ab as after thoui of the governed: jn ^be peace conditl Nation of many m4n7 may DOt send and inseparable. ^ ^j,at litw im, equality, jus- tborougboul Patriots sacrificed V|t tbe lMt word lx sve ti ts my duty that 0eraa? offiet Comhtahen: to man7 ^ustHes. W defend it agamw( ^ goosei Impress tbe commit II_C Imperial German t result was that for I 10 more sincerely early taken a stand in the front line fence and waited f< : been strange in- to be (ulfllled. But that this fine loy- safety and Banlty t fingers with the instructors in foreli a large number of it at all surprised for military careers 1 that the miners lg ^ g0 j0 WOrk. i government now >uld want to buy ? final drive, and ( "ittu; uoo UV| I the Allied condition oa] is being turn- wb,cfi Is to Bay thi t as large as they w1" have full pow< !es to mine work* eyident]y has conn were in the pre- known Teutonic bra fort is made the | of any UB0- and the important factor on the level. Usin going to be easy, bi ther elements of ln,t'DE at that. ' willing to make It is evident froi > day of the Victory sell bonds direct to Oman's dub who mor? vim than was of their clean-up I "unities that went circumstance that ! "'Eniflcance to the < test results where scr'Ptfon will be acc k and almost no h01"*8 the banks am in the better parts subscriptions litter that winter oyer-subecription, b ackson street and to do ts to buy ?arlj is shown it i?>- ' . j , . . ~*T"k H. Prober! > study municipal bureau of mines w me du^ of dtf. the destruction 'wr. J QO 1119 BllttlC U1 * Pftjo uiaw i dically necessary quire five years to civic cleanliness, ' industry and from re quite sufficient and mills in normal ilse to move oth- dorse the policy if s i only be moved can be reached coi name of the Allies c in Fairmont has essary to restore th< Barllnese apparently are beginning j find out that it is impossible to live rithout work. They ought to coma, over here. * 1 Lot of well dressed hoboes in this jwo who have not dons a stroke of v wk in years. _ * y Honest work, that is. 1' x Bet Chief Fred knows all ahont the n ther kind of work they da ? ? Bnt he wont tell. 8 n However there'll be a new deal be- n ire lone. ' ft Then perhaps some of the moat fa- n illlar of the figures on the streets will Isappear. * ' - \ lepublicans Sweep J Capital of State I CHARLESTON, W. Va.. Aprfl 22.? rant P. Hall, Republican, was elect1 mayor of Charleston in the elecon here today over the Democratic S amiuee, James A. Holley. by a ma- ti irity of approximately 600. The en- .S rc Repifbllcan ticket was elected 1th the exception of ooundjmen in tl irep wards, two electing Democrats o id in one a tie between tbe Demoratio and Republican nominees re- l< ilted. S i ' j Tfc iftrV! ft TJIE W fiS ?. Villiiirili ... TV J " " hen it it time to pay tome attention "i nd with all due respect to die Civic ' romaa's club and Mayor Bowes, who , erely in favor of maintaining sanitary < ave to suggest that for the time being 1 night to give way in favor of force, to clean up after they have bees rested and fined the limit. ; many cases of that kind, to work a in the sections of die city which are rt sores. To let the sloven know that new business would in itself start a r; to impose fines which are so heavy caper to clean up would complete the he Sanitary department, and especially srders to go die limit? It might not . tless town in one season, but it at least erful metamorphosis and make this a and safer city to live in. RUN'S CLOOM. gloom over the prospect of a peace of i X "V leptaew Lawrence Hfrta who hM reamed bom*. \ Mr. and Mrs. Philip" Kerns and little ion Philip of Baltimore are the guests >f Mrs. Kerns' mother Mrs. Maria ford on Walnut avenue. Mrs. James Baker has cone to Atlan- < :'c City to spend several days with her lister Mrs. Harry B. Clark. Harry S. Fleming, who had been a patient at Cook hospital for several weeks, has been moved to his home at N'intb street. Mr. Fleming underwent a operation on a coo ant of as old wound which was troubling him. Dr. J. C. Broomfield left last night (or Pittsburgh to attend a meeting jf the Executive committee of the Million in May campaign of the Metbjdlst Protestant denomination. Dr. Broomfield is chairman of the NaLional committee. Miss Geraldine Wallis, of Clarksburg. was the guest last night of Mia* Carol Powell. She was among the quests at the dinner dance at The Fairmont. Mrs. G. H. Herndon has gone to points in Pennsylvania to visit relatives. Frbm there she will go to Denver to visit her daughter, Mrs A. E. Anderson and will remain until early (all. Miss Margaret Hosack, of Pittsburgh. is the house guest of Miss' Pauline Jamison, In Morgantown ave-1 duc. ___________________________ i ! EAST SIDE ]! NEWS 1 ' i Splendid Meeting. v | The Juuioi King's Heralds of the! Diamond street church held a most nterostlng meeting Monday afternoon it the church. The members were * early all present and two new mcmjers were received Into the society. A short program consisting of bible eading by Sara Springer and recitaions by Karheriite Foley, Gertrude iawkinj. Vol ma Morgan and Eleanor rlall wa,i given after which a sodal tour was spent in games and amuse $ely asjumed. Germany knows that to make the terms of die treaty any instances of the case and exact justice fortunate thing for them that this is so. awing up a peace program in the same the so called German intellectuals in nations during the course of the war, i newspapers during that period last )k. German people thought they were re would be real cause for gloom, nd Germany will not even be required his is because the best interests of' the id indeed of the entire world, call for enable die German people to resume vealth in the quickest possible time, them both opportunity and incentive, to get both in as large a measure as th die safety of France and England. i wisely lenient with the Germans it the Allies are going to be at all ChesThe German envoys are going to be . politeness, but that is as far as it will I to be made to feel that they are a! d that they are permitted' to continue trough the forbearance of the conquer* to be a bitter dose for a people who still believed in the superman nonsense, t they were on a fair way to more cornworld than the Romans ever did, and gloom reports from Berlin say exists 0 a realization of this. o ;ht it has been determined to insert Ions a provision that hereafter Germilitary instructors to foreign counise precaution. Not a little of the t the world that the German army 1 things military was due to the fact irs were acting as drillmasters in hile these officers taught the men in Btep they missed no opportunity to isioned men with the idea that the irmy was invincible. The natural four years countries that might have 1 against the Germans stood on the : or the prophesies of German might while it will make for international :o prevent Germans from becoming i ?n armies, it is going tb be hard on ' young men who have been trained ; . About the only thing they can do \ O' tiffed the Allies that she accepts all j j is respecting the Versailles congress, i it the delegates Germany will send ;r to act. The German government b to the conclusion that the well md of diplomatic finesse is no longer y arc going to try playing the game' g the same old players, this is not it the results are apt to prove ilium o a the scattered reports of the first loan drive that this fifth effort to the people is starting off with much expected. The large number of cornover on the first day give an added .reasury statement that no over-subepted. Of course in distributing the 1 the corporations which have made will be cut down if there is a heavy ut to be on the safe side the thing t r. i o t. consulting engineer of the federal . ho was sent to Europe to report on ; ought by the Germans in northern , t was so systematic that it will rerehabilitate the coal, iron and steel 12 to 15 years to return the mines J output. History probably wonld en- , ill German iron and coal mines that i nveniently were taken over in the luring the entire time it will be nec- ; i French properties. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Huddleion who iava resided at Bell Run for several ears have sold their property to WI1lam JCeanedr and will take up their etldence on a track farm near Eldora rWob they have purohased. They will o into the truck farming on a larger ; tale. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy will rove into their new property after inking e few metre. Mist CalUe Frey who has been 111 3r several weeks at her home In Falrlont avenue Improves very slowly. Mrs. Howard CoCfman and daughter ' 'Jrglnia Maxlne who had been the < nests of the fonner's parents Mr. and i Irs. L>. C. Smith on Locust avenue ave returned to their home in Clerksurg. Mr. Coffman spent the week nd here and aooompanled them home. Mrs. Irrln L. Duaatngton and daagh- < sr. Batty Jaaa spent ths Easter vaca. < ion in Clarksburg with relatives. Mrs. John Musgrove and daughter : arah of Grafton are the guests of the j srmer's sister, Misses Adelaide and ally Pinneil on Gaston avenne. Miss Ethel Gatrell of Morgan town Is j lie guest of Miss Helen Sanderbeck 1 D Sixth street and Fairmont avenue. ' Miss Anna Lottus has gone to Cola. 11 >wa, op an extended visit to relatives. 11 he was accompanied there hv bar I t . . , i. - Denis, anc rerresnments served. ine :ext meeting will be held at the ihurch In two weeks. Mrs. II. If. Rose has been appointed is superintendent of this department if the society. At Diamond Street Church. On next Sunday evening at the Dianond street church Mrs. C. Edmund >Ieil of Morgantown. who has recent- L y returned from a trip through the _ 5rient witb her husband will speak. Mrs. Neil's description of her trip and he conditions and reeds of the peo>le in the countries ttaveled by them *111 be of much Interest and her comng and lecture are already being ooked forward to with much anticipat?d pleasure by many East Side reellents, erpeclaliy those interested In niss'ons. _ rc Gave Dinner, ^ Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carpenter en- si tertalned a few friends at a very pret- w lily appointed dinner Sunday evening -r it thedr home in Merchant street. The quests were Mr. and Mrs. L. D. .Snider of this city, and their guest! Mrs. Foulty of Moundsville. Mrs. Foulty fC who is Grand Guardian of the Woodmen Circle was the guest of Mrs. <j. Snider while onrouto to Grafton to attend the State convention of the order. - , At Gsfton, A lage delegation Torn this city went ? to Grafton today to attend the State convention of the Woodmen Circle. AmniiP thorn nrn Mra .Tahn Pali owrt Mrs. Floyd Carpenter who are delegates from the local ordfer anc Mrs. L. D. Snider Grand Clerk. Personals, Mrs. J. D. Baker of Vermont avenue .vent to Wheeling Monday to spend the remainder of the week with her niece Mrs. Fred Daniels. Mrs. Danels was formerly Mis3 Katherine Rex and resided here. Kenneth Swearinger of Brownsville. Pa., spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Anna Swoaringcr in East Park avenne. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mlcheals and the formers three brothers, John and Thomas lately returned from France, md Ernest of" Pittsburgh, spent Easter Sunday wtlh their father at Falrview. Mr. and Mrs. Fanner and daughter Mary Gertrude, of East Park avenue, spent the week end with Mrs. Farmer's mother, Mrs. Black at Greensboro, Pa. John Selbv and little grand son Edgar Linn of Morgantown were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Shoemaker and Mrs. Selby in Griffy street Sunlay. Mrs. J. F. Blackwood of Maryland avenue went to Grafton today to attend the State convention of the Woodmen Circle. ? mshi in wmmsji M?HIW [SUm^^u The first horse brought over tho mountains into Marion county nibbled tho first grass ever eaten by a trained equine in the northern part of what la now West Virginia on April 20, 18S9. The second horse brought to that section was with a delegation of Fhlladelphlans of wbicb one of the number, John Hoult, founded a settlement still known by bis name. After the horse became common in this section sleds were used to gather in crops. Then came wooden carts with two wheels. At first wooden pins were used to put the carts together but later iron bolts were employed. The bits of iron at this time were the only metals used in connection with the vehicle. WagonB followed the advent of the two-wbeeed cart John 0. Maulsby brought the first wagon into Marion county. Settlers came for twenty miles to see It The first wagon ever in Winfield district of Marion Bounty came there from Morgan town It. tOiA 1 ? ? wwwst ui ioiw tarrying a joau 01 wool, miHam Beverly, the driver, stopped tor the night at the home of Peter Moran. Elbert Moran, his son, who died recently when nearly a hundred years old, told of slipping out in the night to see this strange conveyance and seeing tar dripping from tbo axles was going to waste ho filled his pockets with it, a proceeding which gave him some little trouble later oe. EVENING, APRIL 22, 19. " 1 mtmmrnmmmmmmmmmmmm+mmmmmmi ? For Spring and ? > Summer Comfort Buy "Wellhead" Undergarmenta Honi Fashion Deer The! A Dainty Organdie, G "Co-Ed" Dresses? featured in Vogue and Harper's Bazaar, May 1st Number. "Co-Ed" Cotton Frocks for Summer Wear?are delightfully youthful, of style and irresistibly Low Priced! The models illustrated sell from $15.00 to $21.50. Many other doually>attractive models mrjawraK most daily, so/mpt frequent visits t^Qrartneys' Dress SectionVvill always prove pleasing as well ad highly profitable. \ / I Preoared aa Never BaJm^Ulth I Scores Upon^Jcorj* of\ \| DelloliwJiP^ \ N House-Dresses and CoY-1 er-All Aprons. \i for Your Spring Hous^ Cleaning. Houae.Dresses in dozen* of Neat Models at $2.95, $3.25, $3.50, Cover.AII Aprona, $1.00 to $2.75 Truthful Advertising ( MONONGAH Building Road. Work will be started on the new tad in Lincoln district this week, >mmenclng at Brookdale bridge in onongah it will be built as far as haver bridge on Booths creek. The >ntract has been let to Joe Fuccy, of reston. Working for Loan. ' Mr. F. 13. Fuqua, division operator >r the B. & O., of Grafton, was callig on B. & 0. men in Monongah Mousy in the interest of the Liberty loan. Received Letter. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Groves rojived a letter from their son, George, \p4 wkwi tifulSjmi howj^wt icauiu ic will mar but man i andLoui around j Walk-Ch /cise fit ^^Sbui lurtneys' Sto est Values 108-110 Mai ees Just Such Charmi se "Co-Ed" M( radma Chintz, Voile, Plaid ai Here Are Five Dainty "Co-' Charm Specially Price* /guimpse effect of Organdie, trim1 mfid with lonn-?nsh nonal k ?ar ?o?o? tr r>ffect in back edged with Organ- / die. ' 0?A very distinctive effect of this imported Organdie dress is the color combination of ldress and girdle. E?A very simple and youtbfu^ Saib pretty pique collar and vest}. Tl dress. s Zourtneys9 Store "who has been in France for moi-e^tha:, a year, that he will sail for America this week. Purchased Flpwers. Charles Arp purchased a nice collection of flowers from Duff Morris today and is going to decorate his lawn this summer. Personals. Miss Mary Weaver, of Grafton, was a guest of Miss Ottis Janes during Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fleming, Miss Lelah Living and Mr. Duff Morris were visiting Mr. Ray Holbert in Fairmont Sunday. Mrs. Charles VanHortcn was visit.-1 ing her brother. Martin Hurley, at Hospital No. 3 Monday. Mrs. Margaret Mort visited he^ daughter, Mrs. Harry Snider, of Fairmont, Sunday. "/Vv fiXWMIANlNc? C^$51D ouWlike" to show yoi aftjfat ofjthis shoe. Co rois it looks and hef els. This Government bp, not just one of/yc v. Look at that itud s heel oinaflkQxfom fit rour ankle. Tfepsuge rer lasts will firnisfe J rtleff & W< "S. Si.'.. ' '. , >'. "..' - ..f.; .-'V 1.4&P"':".V-*?: ;.-J'-fi in: . ' ?/ i& r. 'f' &!&& ?*' F-. if . a - MS v*S * ??????? T*Z) Our BlodM f O Sactlon Fairly Broathoa .* of Spring in St Thew P.y" | ng Dresses as | )dels ji nd Checked Gingham! Ed" Frocks of Exceptional j ? d from $15.00 to $21.50 B?j dress of a^GcIdedly new cot ioy matejjo^Grandma Chintz? QrganjJ^Cuffs and vest with the Jp^et off the waist; the strap effect lends youthful charm. ' l>?Imported wile dress In a most fascinatingly youthful pattern; has a vofy pretty overs Id rt? three tolf tucked underskirt 7 i r Eff|Ft Model of Grandma Chintz; to Wither belt individualizes this | 6 , j Dependable Merchandise \ 11 Mrs. Hairs Bice is visiting her mother, Mrs. Nancy Martin, who is very ill at the home of her daughter, ! Mrs. Will Jenkins at Hutchinson. Clyde Satterfield, George Hall and John Abprcrombie. were business callers in Fairmont Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Woodward and Mr. and Mrs.-Clayton Campbell, of Fairmont, were visiting with Mr. c and Mrs. Alva Yost Sunday. Mayor Baker was a business caller in Fairmont Monday. Tony Decarlo was in Unionlown, Pa.. Sunday visiting relatives^ Marshall Dent John Kelley. Charles i White and Guy Fabian motored to ! Fairmont Monday. jJ J Miss Ruth KelVu-who Is ejnployed at Miss Ann;-. Watklns' millinery store, i spent Easter with her mother in Buck: hannon. i Miss Helm Mort has accepted a position with the Windsor Drug Co. r I V ly the beaupxie in. See ;|| iv silky the :-hrownkid S||| mr dresses, nning arch ting snugly : number of M 8* r^5^ur pre- IH er 1 Jton^__| J