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MSfrngy <Krgpp and Rev.
pMr. jfitchell Speak to p:liaise AssemblageIRwaim anit flilrfp nftrunTH at* HRyvu UIU1U1CU auu turn; " ? jaded the banquet held last evening Bfer-Talrnfont Lodge. 9, Ancient, Free Bod Accepted Masons, Masonic TernBSiiT-.iii Jteening with the ceremonial gfif St John the Baptist. This was the RfixgMt crowd that has attended a, BHOctal event ot Fairmont Lodge in re-1 gBCQt years; bat the attendance ot the HrStbren at the session ot the Grand HMdge ot West Virginia was considerjpjk^StLLes of the Order of the EastSra Star served an excellent menu, Such was greatly enjoyed by those ran atteuuance ana very lavurauiy cuw i Minted upon. One of the big prob-l Wfcmr last ni* ;ht was that of how to) nerve such a largo crowd. At a given s&wment former Grandmaster T. WUSwur EShnen told the members of Fair'Smont Lodge 9 to arise and right about Iffce to the kitchen to be drafted into Sgerving .duty. The result was that sate service was of the 100 per cent.| type and everybody took i M a one of the pleasantries of the: ^Thef principal address of the even-1 ;Sms: vras. delivered by Attorney Wil-j Pun; E.. Krupp, Wheeling, Ohio Lodge J2L (which was a very polished oration. Mm opening he said some people have Recognized Free Masonry as a system Hkmorals veiled In alegory and lllus.gtated by mymbols. Upon analysis it -ft found to be more than that. Free Musonry may be separated like the apum Into Its component parts. These i ?pliy he said to include morality, phli- j SBwpby, religion and the polities. Itsp .flgecwiar character lies in its symbol-' afco. - He. then discussed the signlfi- j JSance of the parallel lines which rcpWBsent St John the Baptist and St. flgohn tha Evangelist. John the Bap- j aiui was regareea an a icaaer oy int | ?ewa who looked for the overthrow , fjji the Romas legions. Mr. Krupp: SJBOke at considerable length audi .jSfelved Into the woflc of the Saints, aloha and their part in Masonry. As j !M foreword Mr. Krupp told the ladies gxssembled that there was little danfSjer of him dropping anything that ijyoold be of value to them in their jignest for information on Free Ma (|7:t Hw $ x ADVENTURES jj ^ (B$ OBe R What the I Tlngallng was erer so glad to se them most heartily to the Land-Of-D help them to hunt for Jocko. He see had their Green Shoes along, also I 'It's just this way." he said, all his bells jingled, "the animals ca much noise, and as you can go anyw come any size you wish, you can d some nice, quiet. little people to help "Vf hv do you wear so many bell "Didn't you know?" exclaimed 1 the animals get punished If they mii IVi "ji:6't tl;hl'i way'' saId Ti mv but thev hate it! I always have t why I'm so jingly." But the twins didn't Quite undei In a puzzled voice, 'T like bells! I s one, or a hundred of them." Tingaliug laughed merrily. 'My n aren't snooping around trying to ca Dut frocginr like Mr. Owl and Mr. U a bruahnile from wllv old Fleet th 3o you think Ben would feel with a Here he is! Here he is!' every minu bells, so they behave pretty well. 1 The twins laughed then. "Now w Ihcri'S' anything we can do, will yo "All right," nodded Tingaling. "I away." sonry. The remark elicited much aughter. In formally presenting Mr. Krupp ilon. Kmmelt M. Showalter, formet trandmaster of the Grand Lodge of West Virginia, who acted as toastmas ;ery Litt a Cleanin our sturdy, dark-col your daintiest dance ckwear?the children jssy times?'dads" it?each one is provi Dcess for cleaning in o lat's the reason our sei assures utmost clean w old or soiled a s ur old garments cle ?? TT TF" /"? A w ones is 1 ML lr OUR AUTO Eeinze & DYERS ANI dison St Phone i 9 ^ ft lv--;fir'1 OF THE TWINS oberit Barton) '' tells Were For. e Nancy and Nick, and welcomed ear-Knows-Wbere, and said he would med particularly pleased that they he Magical Mushroom, shaking his (inger, and immediately n hear me a mile away. I make so here in your magical shoes, and beo errands for me. I've always needed me." s?" asked Nick curiously. 'ingallng in surprise. "That's the way ibehave. They get a bell tied on, and rgallng, shaking his finger. o have a supply handy, you see. That's sland and Nancy couldn't help saying ihouldn't think it very bad to wear n! I 'snose not. but then little girls toll mice, like cats, neither are they rake. And they aren't hiding under e Fox, like Ben Bunny, either. How bell tied around his neck calling out, te? They are all scared to death of tell you' e understand, Mr. Tingaling, and if u n'.east tell us?" think fll be needing you right ter, said that Masonry was not essentially a Christian Institution, but that it included the Christian, the lew. the Mohammedan and the Buddhist and recognized the good in all. It em braces the principles and Ideals of all I A k Garm g All Its C ored, every-day suit a i frock?your gloves a s garments for play a overcoat and his dr ded a special, individi ur modem establishme vice is so highly regard' ing perfection no mat garment may be. "He ? -j :??.?1 1 : anea msieau ui uuyj LL TO ECONOMY. I WILL CALL Compar ) CLEANERS : 1200 Tiinnonf I ^ FRIDi region in ita mortis. For many yen*) the Masons ofFifcmont hire observed j publicly the festival incident to St.; Jobs the Baptist' Mr. Showal'er said' Mr. Krapp had-no peer In West Vlr- j ginia as one who coolc speak on the: subject of St John tie Baptist In; presenting him the toastmaster Intro-! dnced him as an "eminent Masonic " : OW1VMU The next speaker to Rev. Charles Balrd Mitchell, D. D., of Fairmont, i The toastmaster in the way of pre sentatlon said: "In these days of so-! rial and political unrest we may look! upon certain Institutions for cornervatlre, sane and healthy opinions. It: Is fortunate that in these Institutions! we hare a few men who are students | of the times and problems and may I look upon them as leader." In opening Rev. Mitchell said that j in a recent book on the development j of civilization he was impressed with the statement that the two greatest i discoveries were the alphabet and the I discovery of the ten digits on man's! hand, without the former there I would be no law, no civilization and j no education and without the seconaI man would be unable to count. John t th? Eraneeltit said of John the Bap-1 ttst that he was "a man sent from! God," which was the secret of his! success. He stood for conviction and was a custodian of truth, and the' Jewel of liberty, standing for tolerance and equality. There is a latent power in Masonry that will come to the rescue of the nation in its defense. It stands for religion and not things religions. Some day it will say, "keep your hands off our nuhllc schools," which is the backbone of the American republfc. In conclusion ; Rev. Mitchell said: The fraternity | stood for chastity, purity, charity, i faith in God and love toward man. Both speakers were roundly applaud- , ed as the high class addresses were : much above the average after-dinner speeches. The Invocation was pronounced by Rev. Charles Baird Mitchell, D. D. Lamar C. Satterfield and Mrs. F. F. Fankhauser sang several duets In a very excellent manner and were greatlv aunlauded. Dr. Ernest Yost ren dered several bass solos In a very pleasing manner and received much applause. W-TONIC The Happy Help lo Health. The tonic you will eventually buy. For stomach, bowels and liver. It has no equal. Sold on a money back guar-1 antee by Crane's drug store and Fortney's drug store next to Traction ot! flee. . v- ui ent 1 Iwn" I ? 1 ^' ' i I ! H SI \ 25,35^0 itinii1?[ LUOIUJI (CeatloaeO from usgeonnj In this respect he has an advantage over Governor Janes M. Coi. of Ohio, who Is a rival progressive candidate, hot, opposed by Bryan because he u "wet." The Owen candidacy has opened headquarters at the St. Ktands and' Owen is on the ground. Incidentally! he is the on!y candidate in charge of! his own campaign. What mignt w called an insurgent1 progressive fight is already cn.. Strange as it may sound this is directed chiefly against McAdoo. The Bryan-Cox-Owen people are all agreed' on one thing and that Is that Mc-1 Adoo is still the leading candidate.; His statement, they say, has not tak-l en him out of the running and was not | intended to do so. As an avowed candidate, they say.; McAdoo would make no headway: but as the reluctant but patriotic citizen who expects to be "conscripted' into the service of his party and country he 13 a looming rival. As an avowed candidate McAdoo could not expect the administrator, support The "son-in-law" and "crown prince" stuff would soon put him out of business. But as an unarowed and unwilling soldier of the common good he might get by. So sa--- the Insurgents. And there is reason in what they say. Much of the administration strength Is being held together around Mitchell Palmer's candidacy. That Is the purpose of the Palmer candidacy. With 1 Ran'IHIavvu 4 iiuii anvil} J- " Get Your SI f Prevailing f Added f A GALLANT COMPANY j TO THE SALE OF OUR] 4 STOCK OF MEN'S SUITS j OUR REGULAR LOT ? WHERE PE J These one hundred Suits (whic 3 In April, arrived yesterday) -were tl I tain the high average of selection a I share in" undoubted economies of th S There are suits of the NOW 1 J for the conservative tastes and mt j? fitting, pleated, etc. You wilt fii I brown, gray, (blue and peen, in due | worsteds, blue serges and tweeds. S There are $20 to $00 Suits on t | deal of the work on then was don< I $20 SUITS NOW 1 $25 SUITS NOW ....... i$30 SUITS NOW 32.50 SUITS NOW Men Are "Snapping Up" J Athletic Union Suits at.. Made of fine quality checked or Sizes 34 to 40. Men's $5.00 and $6.00 Shirts at... ' Dandy Shirts with colored silk satii cuffs, coat style. Sizes 14 to 17. Men's $2.25 Union Suits Light weight knitted suits, ecru ai siiort sleeves, ankle length legs. ( $1.69. 1 WONDERFUL VALUE! I Summei I In charming styles for bo Voile and Organdie, in a . A J Itnmmmg euecis aim uhj Other Wash Dresses of 1 48 Lucky \ of fine Voiles and Orgai 1' 14 yeass at actual whole; We have secured 48 < [ mussed, which we offer 1 i price ticket? are on ever] i to get the pick of the lot. Up to (5.95 worn- ap en'i crepe da chine end geor getta mists. Sat- 1 nrday special at ? $2.95 * * Mi roeord, PUmer would bo/?B|M?ji (or manager ot Harding* campata ft _ - A. . - ft M A- ?1 AO IT 1 oat not ior we presiucuuw vwuw. *? Is expected tint when the confection has got Itself into a hard knot and the bosses are looking for a knife to cut the knot, the Palmer following will be swung to McAdoo?a following with the outside McAdoo support sufficient to "put him over. Such they say is the strategy of the: Democratic leaders. Just what attitude Bryan will take; toward the McAdoo candidacy has cot i yet been developed. Bryan served with McAdoo in the cabinet and, so long as McAdoo is not j an avowed candidate Bryan would: hesitate to attack him. He may, in- j deed, be for him; but this is not prob-; able. The Insurgent progressive program,; then, is in brief: first, see that Me j Adoo is in fact not a candidate, and. i then, boost for some progressive ofj the Owen type. , John Scotty Dies After Long Illness John Scotty, ape*! 24, an employe of; the Fairmont and Cleveland Coal com- ] panv, died this morning at four o'clock at his home at Rlvesvilie after an: illness of nineteen months of tuber. culosis. He is survived by his wife and one daughter and two brothers. He was a member of the United Mine Workers of America. The funeral will take place at the ] Italian Catholic church on Robinson: street Sunday morning and burial will J he made in Holy Cross cemetery by Undertakers Carpenter and Ford. I fti?Ail_ un ADOUiine n tare of Our Present Throughout Our La Attraction r OF 100 NEW SUITS ADD ENTIRE REGULAR 0 SAT Ld HSR-THAN-ELSEJCES. h we should have received irown into the sale to sus- 'lij ind to enable more men to is history making occasion i style and fabric. Models . idels for youngsters, form ygp id attractive mixtures in h matetiais as cassimercs, kmm he tetter grades. A great i by hand. Came! jjj'gffi $15.00 $35 SUrfS~N< $18.75 $40 SUITS N< $22.50 $45 SUITS N $24-37 $50 SUITS N( 52 00 $150 Down Go *' . , Donward go the co barred nainsooK. of your mouth inti who heed! *0 QC T0M0 ? TO# will nlncrt An ? ^ Beacon brand Oxfoi a stripes, soft roll Brown ^ o er round too styles at JG.&o a pair, all $1.69 $3.50 Canvas id* white, long or <>xfords Sizes 34 to 46 at Palm Beach, white or round toe. AH ! S ARE PRESENTED IN TI r Dresses th women and misses. High c wide selection of wonderful inty colorings, at a price affo Printed Voiles as low as ... if .1 n ' Mothers tai Vash Dresses idie for their little daughters sale cost, ranging in price ... children's dresses (drumme a you at actual wholesale pric r dress. Only one dress of a 1^ _A Store for the People. ^RRISOf - ?The Bnsv Business Spot' h. ' wR. ' ' , Tiro special services will be ob- ) served Sunday at tbe Methodist Eple \ copal church, south, and both promise 1 to bo interesting. la the morales ' Rev. R. J. Voak will preach a epedai' ;, sermon appropriate to the occaslou 1 and a special collection will be taken j up which will be devoted to tbe tnnd ! for superannuated ministers of the denomination. Envelopes have' been i sent out to tbe church membenhlp J and theso will be collected at the I morning sendee. In the evening tbe I Knights of Malta will attend theser-n- I vices at the church In a .body andi < I Rev. Yoafc will preach a sermon ap-As I propriate to this occasion also. ( I 1 (better pianos) At Lower Prices J It Will Pay You to Walk 1 An Extra Square. ] Davis, Burkham & Tyler | Company. U Fairmont Hotel B'dg. ?j Ion the Wathlngton St (Hda, Jfl Phono 1671, M Low Prices % )\\ m51 ?30.00 [ ' nw ss.vs'^9 I )w $37^0 ] i 11 VIen's Shoe Prices 1 sts and upward come the coroen 5 1 3 a big, broad grin. You fellows 1 ,1 RSOW: SATURDAY i 11 ;ale 123 pairs of men's (8 to 9X0 J I *ds at 36.85. t ^ fl xfords in English lace and bluch- 1 1 Many vicl kids. A fine big lot * 1 $2,90 | j and gray shades/ English lacs M sizes at 62.90 pair. ( Jj ffi GREAT SALE OFt 8 A4 A i' | at $101 lass, washable frocks of t, J new Summer fashions; 1 rding unusual avingsi g f 9 w|f J d Obtain n between the ages of 6 to : : v 1 $2.00 to $6.75 | :'| r's samples) slightly 1 r ,J| ?. Original^ wholesale : 5