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p FROM ml ||Jjftterstate Commerce Com- " I fi mission Points to Other Btj Railroad Defects. #v.. 1\_ . [By Aaioclited Preit] ? ? - WASHINGTON, l>ec. 4? the annual ? (sport of tno Interstate Commerce f| * ? tsi Pnnirroaa U BK?j|aM8in||BODi BUumittou w v/wmD.www, .. today, Is comparatively bflef and p makes few recommendations. w f;'i2-^Federal control of railways during a : 4ie last year, having taken over many E Junctions of the commission, the re- ci 3% flirt renews mainly recommendations, q - Made in previous years. ci ?? ? fit is recommended that the power to d iward reparation for unreasonable or a * - ' jmlft-w;ful charge? be placed wholly in g (is courts; that the powers of the com- r! piislon be etended to holding corpor- tl itlons as welt as those which actually n S fcflrate Interstate transportation lines, T . ' ind that railroad operating rules be tl H' utadardlzed. d 1The commission reports again that 1 & many cases Its work lias been ob- c '*' fjfcructei1 because necessary records If md data could only be obtained from a ioldjng companies. U *.Prom its investigations of train ac- c aidants the commission's Investiga- 7 Jors concluded that the failure of engineers to obey signals and failure q So provide adequate flag protection j !or trains continued to be the prlncl- a . $gl causes of collisions. The use of jjeotomatic train control was again rec- B pmmended. h U. jf:.The, Investigators also found, the 0 - !SW>ort says, that there was room for a C (Aiuch Improvement In the air brake r, equipment of trains. h 1| | m Evening Chat _ I) ? My Goodness! C I wonder if some little girl's mother > a know that on yesterday morning at d f . I saw her baby daughter flying | b . along Main street toward school i a passed warmly in heavy coat and hat It w' $nd warm underwear?but that down n * \ -Wb^re lies the usual depression? 13 i; i where "un-a-wares" leave ofT and a j v, thlghty pretty baby ankle is exposed si to the cold with nothing but a thin le ' Covering of stocking next where those g % high topped shoes should have been? n what. do you suppose I saw??two tiny p ' led felt bedroom slippers with cute ir Mutinies on each toe. Some hurried t< baby in first or second grade I im- ti ' Sgtoe,.had forgotten to put on her o: Jhoes.' Everyone who saw smiled? a ^ yell, I should say. Even the children ti f ?ried to get the little lady to return f< 'Woe and. get those cold tootsies in e 'fcftS shoes but the child had no in- b . mention whatsoever of being late to si school and the trudged hastily along [ si S f ? ' | PJJE ?| AT THE MOSnREASON UUUWD irs PRICES ON MUFI || SELECT ;' payment of a small deflfefl ; ^ for you until you^rc rpd) mas, or you can pa^dTthe ty Bonds. ,#% i;|iW SP I IB ST.OrrUol mi FAIRMOf |v Originators and Leaders of [Let \}s Fit || FireWace ( | We have a campietefine ol -Folders, Coal Vases. A Fi Jjj story to protect your floor |p?^ from, $8 on up to $14 f< I HALL'S HA Dt minding in the. least the rude r arks of the many who thought; asn't perfectly proper to appear o lain street In bedroom (Uppers. Christmas Almost Here. Christmas presents galore are fill ig the stores. Today saw nothln iore attractive than the odd-shape fetty boxes of candy on exhibition I early every store In the city. Thef jmo hi boxes with tops which extec ightly over giving one the imprei on that he Is about to purchase moi lan he actually gets. I saw son nusually pretty beart-Bbaped cand Dxes in red and lavender with boi a top. These came $1.00 for a ha ound?M for a two pound box. Johr 3D's candy comes 91.90 a pound I ertaln style boxes and |6 hi certal ve pound boxes. Like myself I1 'arrant you are wishing for a fli ound box of Johnson's. That Is you': 'lshing for it up till Christmas ar tter that If you get it, you'll wish I leaven you hadn't received It b( ause or a general gec-ine-uutiAii ulck feeling which will persist 1 tinging to you. Everybody's got car y to sell just now?of every shai nd size. Huyler's candy is mighl ood as everyone knows. And Noi Is Is putting out some fine stu lough made ot a lighter chocolat lostly filled with nut composition 'here is a home made confection c le market now. By tho way, I wot er if the little, woman at Mountal iake Park who made such wonderfi andy frr less than a dollar a pout i S'till sending out hundreds of pounr ach year as she used to do? Thei i nothing better than home-mat bocolates. If made right. he Prettiest Window In ToWn Toda I'm going to give the cake today 'i isgood for the prettiest window c Iain Btreet. It contains just four ha nd the general effect Is magniflcen On a ground of exquisite blue sat1 tands a low, round basket with a La andle and in the basket are all sor f artificial flowers made of velv nd silk in various shadings of o: Dse. Back of the four hats whit ang gracefully on slender hat stani iade for the purpose, Ib a large mil 3r, reflecting the whole to twice I Ize. The effect in Its entirely, sually dainty and striking. Pearl*. Pearl necklaces of all sorts are c xhibit now In the jewelry store iqo particular window displays th hristmas season a window of pear lmost exclusively and another wli ow closo to It of cut glass, the U lending harmoniously and making lmost Imperative that women wt >vo such things must stop for a mc lent and adore it all. Pearls are deal r loved by all women but very fe 'ear real pearls. I heard a girl ss Bveral days ago: "I do so love m icklace because the pearls in It ai enulne. They ought to be?It coi ly father J15." There are no rei earls anywhere for }15 though tt nitation onea at this price and on 11 > oven JlOO for the better kind of im1 ition pearls, do just as well for moi t us. Real_ pearls cost somewhei round $5 apiece for each pearl. Some mes adoring parents start a necklac )r a wee girl, giving her one pea ach birthday or Christmas so thi y the time she reaches the age whe lie can appreciate and care for thei he has a pretty chain Indeed to wea ts~ ABLE PRICES TO BE THIS CITY. IS AND SCARFS Si: es .... $4^\to $25.00 OWfflOR XMAi?Upon l/iil 1 1J iLl_? I ill nom inise ruis ^ov^mnbefom Christm\|me asHflJpgJJberLow Prices in ]\irmont , Up Your UDmplete YWr fireplace wil| look just right if yon fit it up from our stock We've jnst re^ cciyel a carload of Ifi Main bfcck, comer aflJbrass \iish^s. : Coal \CflB?i>shovels, re ScreeiVis most necesand rug\ from flying >r Fireplace Heaters RDWARE wHin i FOR SINE AUDITOR 1 I ?. Asks Help of All Republi-1 I cans Regardless of Choice ? * for Other Offices. Ci it 'n QHARLBSTOX, W. Va., Dec. 4- t n That he is a candidate ofr the Republi 1 II can nomination for State Auditor was ,0 teh announecment made today by Ma:? Jor John C. Bond, former adjutant 1,1 general of West Virginia, -who re10 signed tills office and went Into ser- ^ ; vice during the war, having served a " " year In France. Major Bond is the r 'n first candidate to announce for Au" ddtor and In a statement made public m Bald: " J. "1 am & candidate tor the Republl- j fH can nomination for State Auditor. g e "The duties oi the Auditor, with $ j' which I have been In position to be1Q come familiar, are fixed by law. I ^ believe .that all state officials should j? ltt work together for the best interests t, jl of the state, and should assist and up?2 hold the Governor in the enforcement j, l8 of the law. p "My campaign for the nomination, |B will be conducted, so far as is with- Cl In my control free from factional fight j: and my candidacy is In no way allied to ~ in I- I well-^^asecf 13 the satisfied ? I face or a chi I Tttis food/6 p /eeiaiMs i 5 n( urishin? 2 ? tl e str^n^fth J qualities of r t whole 1 maltec One package serv< I Made by POST^M CEREAL' CC I , I , ISPIF ! ? ! Mr. Worli 1 ThisAdlj I We are jprit going to try ti | savings/tnjyi_ffig. nave ior \ but he^a^areafew bargai: | idea Mat to expect when ! L -s wool\ose For the man who does ontsM^wor ! altogether. We axe selling geWBi i WOOL HOSE at old time prices. 93c, 45c 65o and 65o I : t -Corduroy Caps Extra Heavy cloth, with ear vrarmeri UNION S These cold days makes a man var If you haven't got your heavies yet these over. $1.97, $2.37, $3.25, $3.9 I GET TO KNOW l-SPIF r' 1th ftfany.oflwr person for any ther office. I shall hare nothing de>gatory to say of any candidate fori ay office. . I "I stand for law and order. Any at-, .'mpt to overthrow the government of j le state or nation must be sumn^arlly ealt with. "My campaign most necessarily be i economical one. Any person who, pent a considerable time In Franoe urlng the war, at the same time tryig to maintain a home here, can ready understand this, "I ask the support of ail Republics regardless of their choice of the Liter candidates for other offices." lealty Deeds Are Filed for Record Deeds have been filed for record '1th the county clerk as follows: Fairmont Bnlldlng and Development rt in n *n Summers rpal estate in [onon. Ind. Co. Addition, Fairmont, 1,260. Adelphia V. Knisely and husband to [arriet O. Emery, a parcel of land on Ig Paw Paw creek, Paw Paw district, I. Martha L. Toothman and husband to 7. M. Bussey and wife, a parcel of md on Buffalo creak, Mannington dis ict, $2;450. Guy CamelU and wife to Genlale oseph Nucci, lot on Spence street, airmont, ?600. Alice G. Eddy to Lydia Parriil, parsi of lanjl in Fourth ward, Fairmont, 5,500. Alcindia J. Leeper to Gladla B. "in of a ) appetite? look on the rfd eating wma j^dl of |j ^vheatand 1 barle\ es many mksls I >7 Battle Creek, Wichi^in; fl IP'S ringman if or You d enumerate the many you in forking clothes, ns that will give you an irnn nnrno in H I k/s at give reaMervice lave aJHae lino oRnens, workihlrt^hj^^bla^ brown and 7 blue ChambXjKld blue and ) etripdl shirts if .A $1.37 VndXrey, regulr ??75 valueB, ecfJMot of woor fflannels, all ors-nregnlar $4.00 ijUues $2 87 lar $6.50 shirts redfted to $3.37 lar $7.60 Shirts, reiuced to $437 HITS it to get to something.warm. So you had ebtter come In and look 5. Worth from $2.50 to >7.00. US?IT PAYS [osq STREET* ? y s'7'-l!l. *'" ',? " *"'s' "" Vyright, tract of land in Lincoln district,-1100. Fairmont Development Co. to Odell P. McKlnney, real estate in Fairmont Der. Add., *1. Louise S. Fox et al. to John A. I Bock, lot on Mill street, Fairmont, ! $400. Frank JfcCray and wife to Rom L. Wadaworth, real estate In Monongah, ;?l Frank R. Amos and wife to Curt E. Amos, real estate on Market street, Fairmont, $3,000. Raymond J. Wolf and wire to Charles C. Wolf, a parcel of land on j Owens avenue, Fairmont. $460. ! ??? ??? i Normal 1 1 V/i JL JL JLVVA A series of entertainrae: year that are most unus' town in the state. Each The Course ^s definite At thKt Dec. 4?Ernest Davis, the tenor, former leading tenor for Opera Co., but now doing coace: out the United States. He 1b first class. Single Admission, At the ( Jan. 13.?Or. Charles Edvrcir American National character ] Commission In Russia. Reportc ference. Member of War Labc writer, traveler and lecturer. Single admission 11.00. iirar. 11-HSir John Foster F most popular lecturer and trav turgor and Tnaenatic SDeaker^f est speaker since Gladstone.*'A pear in our best magazines, Single admission $1.04b The normal Lecture Coi mal School. Evep^"pen? civic betterment/shoujrf Lecture Course.M^eai numbers for $2.0Qt sNl^my tickets have beer raan^tjjers, and seasor number arNwisale at M "?The Gei gleam < | RIC1 SI Each Richelie light, subtle b derlying^^ern Lovers of IL? more for ffiei their resemBE ! Sy for beauty tha 8X Pearls, Richelieu Pea: jpd and jj^insti teed not to p? Come in earl; m deposit and w ?K ANY AR' a* i?P wm > '7 . ' ' !?\ Bean Supper at Y, M. C. A. Friday At the Y. M. C. A. on Frlday'ev!^ Jng the first of a seriM of bean suppers will be held for boys between the ages of 10 and 18 years. The affair will begin at 6:15 o'clock. Places for the supper must be secured by application at the T. M. C. A. before Thursday evening. The Bible course to be studied deals with the life of Jesus Christ from His birth until His death. Leisure ats are offei ed by the Norms ual for a to\* ti of this size, am 1 number ha been selected wi ly arranged is as follows; 'resbyterian oSted American V Dec. 12?Edwin the\pston Grand 1 ... rt wonk. through- I e8t man reader an artlSLof the 1 Right" at chatau \ Single admlsslo jranoNDper; 1 Russell, great MWl '26?The nember of Root w(*ld^Wmost fam ir at peace con- npfcare^jrevloui >r Board. Thieat lov*. X Sfcgle adl|J!sl( >vMaV?Place - - \loA Gifiord F razc^MIMiiillKs rlghNland loan/ l^rvolumlnoia 8erVat1W JTn* Haased as greiJ- tie meNhoAi rticles often a?- history. \Aj J Slngl^J&drnfc^c irse i^a civic c^y enterrmse frftmho is a<ffiend to ttfeVov likewise be a friend ai d aip e offering season ticke s f(V l mailed. Normal School stu 1 tickets and si ngle adijiissio A. G. Martin's Book Store, ; I m \ot shinep wit^ a ot wtiltenes8.1 I HEWU/Pc u Pearl is wanned by/a softly arely perceptf0k, yet ks vibrs e of a sympaon\ j seek fticMieu I ir^^beaiBg loveliXpfe" tflfflT mce oroajiiral pearlk It is it Fanus jUCJo., seeks It^ndulg risingbefprocuwdir any\a: ~n\lf i'm Jiimii liflJli i, wick plain or itudc&d wiftyewelsy sel, breaker discolon, \ i y select tie gifts ydi wantr e will holfl them fori you. nCLE AiTteTICALLY EN< FKEf OF CHKRGE Wife & C jeWelees inhere Quality Comcfe First*. Opposite the Court Housa mmmm ?ew : y< il her ?iM, *ertt M red llWlii\lil #y she tried tlinA < pie wltchh8zeI7^?p te[(^?21 P, etc., as mixed The result produielFgy^'l*'& amaied everya*J^fVK?*fy1?? *^ small -bottle j&ffilli CASE we&k^FninJb or hifflAgd eyw. .A.hinilnum'eye ell FREE/X? B * # ** QTO& BlorOt | ww ?^ | j\ Come I! ? il Lecture Course this i are not equaled by any ;th extreme care. Church i M. Whitney, America's great- * of plays, Read "Turn to the (f Qua a few years ago> ' n 60* a House Zaellnec/Quartette, one of the ^ oub muiical organizations. Have 1Q sly in A*alrmont, ask any music in / ufletern^fted. Achof /x-presldent Roosevelt's In tWs ?reat work for the conural\jsources. He la one of jlp to^ma'ite modern American feopslonsVc.Sc. cafrfod on DV the Nor m, its "BtjucaBun ana iporter of rtormal ( the entire course ol six iclents will try to seeV nVtickets for the first i \ wonderful ?? jarls I , y smouldering 2k int as the un- Kg} | ^ " J J*" . .