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mMExfflsm 43K?.%?-!.5S? St'?1'" ??S~r E?"a :mSy ' OWo' the c"e f5-' v * ? ? ? ! I Birthday Party. C?;5'/2' iOth b.r,h.| m jzSMw: dm!!!' 5r?U"K fr,end? ??VutS!J ?<cl, While MOliSrifSSW" B^ufaS^lps? 1*?&2???$ JiS' hat. Itrf'j , natJ,ro cherry rac2",? ,? Md dainty flagi'V/.V. SJatS, '"j."10 Meats as favors. RsW"'< ilOnilfln VOg O&glftfArl In Kp-?u!aj?tts,''a| atttsaftad P^aT *""? FSprarwS (Si' fh.rlty Dance. j phtera oH\mIr|<?w]| hold"!.0 final Charily danSj ts!^.)1 life" ",0lel- Mary S&MS ??% nf'? ior Cumher-1 ISisSSPsss * cltlos XI,ect6d frora ncXghbor. kstb t t f ? * ? * fx/ ' Hamilton Poit Danee ^riSrLegtanthBwlK't0" ,"os;. sWBiorrow njght' in fh? 5 danct,i M/urSir'as! S?HgSir?@ 'r.'-S'rt'i'j;'; Kinney Bible Class. x ?rs; Kelson Beale entertained ' Florence Kinney Biblo class fc .afternoon ftt her homo In Be lli avenue. . ? ? ? ? R. T. Webb Ciass. here will, bo a moe-ting of thb Webb claAs of the Methodist Bttqopal church, South, at 7:?,0 lock tonight In the church. AV the members are requested to ho ieent. s jhe hostesses will be Mesdames Oroff, C. D. Brown. King SsDailcy. ? Temple Mission 8ocioty. jgm Hermohie Helruick will en aln the home missionary socio ?of the Methodist Protestant nple at 7:30 o'clock tonight at r home in Benonf avenue. ? ? ? * . Dinner Parly ^ delightful dlnnor party was [yen at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. f'ra Keener of Rfvesville yester Ty at ntoon in honor of the birth , .annivorsary of their sou, firry. These present were: Mr. ) Mrs. J. C. Carpenter, Mr. and js. Claude Vincent and daughter _. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sargeftt. Pjapd Mrs.* Ben Hayes, Mr. and Vincent and son Fay, Mr. and r"S.''Charles Hoffman and sons fr/ence and Clifton of Wlnfleld: [r^and, Mrs. J. C. Fletcher and jtqghte'r, Pauline, of Fairmont; fc ,and Mrs. Bzru Keener and the SP-'.' - ? i ? 'Birthday Partey is Valera Lynch, daughter of . and Mrs. T. C. Lynch; cele ied her eleventh birthday annl iry Saturday afternoon by en tiling several of her youn* rV friends at her home. 517 Wal avenue. The appointments in keeping with George Wasu. ""ton's birthday. Imall flags were nsed in decoi the house and small red bas bearihg George Washington's re,, filled with whlto a(tfer ner mlnths, were given to the [dren. A large white birthday "with eleven lighted candles d, was in ,the center' of the no table. Red and white shad candles also adorned tho table, refreshments were in red ana .p; and red cherry drops were featured hi the refreshments, fes and contests were indulged "* >rizes given to the winners present were: ia and Hellen Louise Hart arlana Davis, Grace Bog jf Mfctr^&ret Randall, Mary Jose. elSall, Ruth Hayhnrst, Mary . and Elinor DoolitUc, Mos j Johnson, Leah Lipson, Mar at'Kern, Hilda Louise Ander i, Leila Smith, Helen WUson, e Binns, Virginia Watson, Une Mayers, Marjorie Leopold &Hatf, Gladys Harden, Evelyn lldred Sattertlfcld,Evelyn ^Mtry Edith Holland. Kath ffaney, Maxine Parker, Betty J Virginia Hawkln3, ie,. Mary Wrick, Vir ?gm&tor; o??e^l?^ Bala- SImpjon, ' isnii iv-.vni!, Martha Jane anil Mary 01hr? Eddy. MIm Valera receired many baan tlful prcaenta. Mrs Lynch wa? ?* alited In antertalnlnr by Mla> Ada Marie Chriatllp, a liachsr at the Mlllur achoo] and frfend ot the family and Mlaj Noll Holland, Mrs. J. A. Lynch a:ld Mrs. W. t. Sat ttrfleld. ? ? ? ? I Clnaa to Meet The Helpful Sunday achool claaa of the Flrat Baptlat church will meet .Tyeaday evening at 7:30 o clock at the church. The host eaaea will be Mr?. W. H. Barnea, Mra. William Boyera, Mrs. H. V. Hornor and Mlaa Alice Mclntlre. Every member la urged to be prca niA at the meeting. ? ? ? * fleaccr-May i Miss Lucy Reacer of Clarksburg and J. P. May of this city were married at 6:45 o'clock Saturday night In the homo of the bride's Bister, Mrs. W. C. Rhodes in ?ojith Chestnut street, Clarks burg, by the Rev. J. P. Turkleson, pastor of tho Methodist Protestant church. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. und Mrs. May came here, where they will reside. Mrs. May was formerly from Glenville but has made her home In Clarksburg the lafit four years, yhere she was connected with the sales force of tho Grand Louder store. Mr. May holds a respon sible position with a brick manu facturing company of this city, i * ? ? * Women Voters Meet ? A delightful review of the play "Abraham Lincoln" was given by Mrs, Chariot C. Robb Saturday night at the meeting of the Loiigue of Women Voters hold in tho Y. M: C. A. Mrs. X. R. C. Morrow presided at the meeting and n splend'd drill of the constiution was a feature of the evening. Mrs. Naomi Straight Kelster and Miss Pauline Bucy gave several pleasing piano selections. ' Tho league is planning to send delegates to the third annual con vention ot thb National Leaguo of Women Voters which is to be held in Baltimore April 20-29. ? ? * ? Sunday Class Meets The William A, Sunday Neigh borhood Bible clas8 will meet at 7 o'clock tonight in the home of Mrs. Herbert Elsie, Fairmont ave nue and Sixth streets. P. J. Smitn will lead the lesson, which will be the setenth chapter* of St. Mark. All members-are asked to he pre* ent and to bring someone with them. ? ? ? ? Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. Ernest Hutton will enter tain the Tuesday Bridge club to morrow afternoon at her home lu Fairmont avenue. This will be the last meeting of the club until after the Lenten season. ? . N ? Itecital Tonight Max Donner and his wife, Mrs. Angelina Donner, will appear here in recital at S o'clock tonight in the East Side high school audit-: orlum, under the auspices of the music, department of the -East 81de high-school. The following program will be given. Violin, Clacconno, Vitali. Soprano solos, (a) Reverie de Vingnon, by Salvyre; (b) Sum mer, Chaminade. Violin, Fantasia Appnslonata, Vieujttemps. Soprano solos, (a) Spring Greetings, Brown, 'b) Fiddle and I, With violin obligate. Goodere. Violin, (a) Rosmonde, Melody on G string, Chaminade, Donner; (b) La Chasse, Donner; (c) 24th CUprlce, Zagantnl. Mr. Donner who is the head of violin ensemble and ? director 'of tho Philharmonic orchestra of the slate university in Morpantown, has been hoard hero before. Besides ringing several beauti ful soprano polos, Mrs. Donner *111 play Mr. Donner's accompani ments. For jVIis-i Simon Honoring Miss Nina Simon, * hose marriage to Charles Shut tlesworth of Clarksburg will take place next month. Mrs. James Ed win Cask ill and Miss Marjorie Le Masters will entertain at a kit chen shower tomorrow afternoon at the home of the latter in Frfir inont avenue. * ? * ? Meeting Postponed Owing to the rehearsal for the j pageant, which will bo given next week, the'-monthly meeting^of tho Foreign Missionary society of the First Methodist Protestant church | has been postponed until Tuesday of next week. It Is requested that all those taking part In the pa gaent be in the church at 7 o'clock tomorrow night. ? ? ?' ? l Summers-Freeman Miss Estella Freeman and L. W. Summers wer.e marled at 7:30 o'clock Saturday night in the home of the officiating minister, the Rev. C. F. Eddy, of-the Pnla tlrie Baptist church. They loft for points in the east, but will be at home to their friends after April 15. * ? ? Missionary Meeting There will be a meetlug of the Women's Foreign Missionary so ciety of the First Methodist Epis copal church at 2:30 o'clock to morrow afternoon In the church parlors. Mrs. S. G. Moyer's divi sion will have charge of the' meet ing, and the .following program ha*, been arranged. Song .. "I Love to Tell the Story" Devotional* ............ Led by Mrs. C. L. Parks Vocal Solo Miss Dorothy McNeeley Heading on Tithing ^4 Mrs- Fred Helmlck JMlsslon Study on India .... ; By Mrs. Claude H. King Piano solo Miss Naomla Heffner Missionary A." 13. Cedary ? Mrs. J. D. Hecker Business?Conducted by the pres ident 1.. Mrs. Rolf Hlto At the close of the program there will be a social hour, and the hostesfes will be Mesdames IW. S. Meredith, L. M. Hennen, W. E. Arnett, Fred Helmick, George Shields, C? 8. Riggi, Samuel Leep er and S. G. Moyer. * * * * Lent to bo Observed Easter, the English word, comes from the Anglo-Saxon work Eostre | a goddess of light or snrlng. whoso festival was celebrated in April, j There was a dispute in tho Christ-! Jan church for a long time as to the! proper time for holding Easter,1 but this was finally" settled by tho council of Nice (Nicuea) In 325, which decided that It was to be reckoned as at the present time, namely, that Easter la the first Sunday after the full moon which happens upon or next after the 21st o" March, and if tho full moon hap pons on a Sunday, Easter-duy U the Sunday after. Easter is on the 16th day of April this year. The lenten season will begin Wednesday, March 1, which will b3 Ash Wednesday and continue for 40 days, ending Easter Sunday, during which time there will bo u dirth of social activities. For | weeks past various clubs and or ganizations have been announcing that certain events would be tho la?t until after the Lenten season, and a period of rest is promisea weary society folk. ? ? ? * Quota Club .Meets Members of the Quota club will hold their monthly dinner and bysiness session tonight in the home of Mrs. T. M. Courtney in Hillcrest. The members will leave hero on the' t> o'clock Mannlngton car and dinner will be served upon their arrival. Somfc Interesting feat ures arc planned and the eveniug promises to be very pleasant. ? ? ? ? Cancelled. Engagement. Miss Jan? Addams of Chicago Hull House fame, who was to have lectured here this spring under the auspices of the League of Womer. Voters, has cancelled the engage ment. saying that her speaking pro pram has bean so strenuous, this winter that she Is unable to com? to West Virginia, ? ? ? * Grand Opera In Pittsburgh. Local people will bo Interested to know that tho Chicago Grand Opera company will be In tho Syria Mosque. Pittsburgh, March 3, 10 and 11. * Thursday night, March n. "L'Amort Del Tro Re" (Love of Three Kings) will bo presented in, ltallaiv by Mary Garden, Mumtore. BaklanofT, Lazarri, Tolacco and Gondr. Friday night. March 10, "Faust" will be given In French'by Edith Mason, Riccardo.Martfn. BaklanofT. Dofrere and Pavioska. Saturday - afternoon, March 11,1 "Salome" will bo presented in French by Mary Garden, Van Gor don, Martin, Dufranne and Mojlca. Saturday night, March 11, "Alda" will be presented In Italian by Ralsa, Edward Johnson. Rlmlnl, Lazearl, Van Gordon and Maxwell BODY SHIPPED HERE The body ot Oliver Rice, who died in Denver, Col., Friday, will arrive in .Fairmont Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Rice's mother. Mrs. J. S. Blackwood, will go to Wheeling to meet the funer al party. Funeral arrangements will not be completed until the arrival of the body. 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AQ druggists. t\ promwi wont oraw Dr Kings PUls These kings and queens of five Europeau countries jjave been ii* vited to attend thex wedding of Princess Mary to Viscount Laacel les. They are left, to right, above: King Alfonso and Queen Victoria I of Spain; Queen Teleen and King Victor Emanuel IH of Italy; below: King Ferdinand and Queen Marie of Rumania; King Albert and Queen Elizabeth of Belgium: King Haakon and Queon Maud of Nor way. General Manager Here On Saturday E. B. Schear, Baltimore, general manager of the B. & 0. lines, was in Fairmont on Saturday night. It is understood that he left for the east. Col. H. a Nutt, Pittsburgh, presi dont of the Monongahola railway, and D. K. Orr, Brownsville, Pa., general superintendent, Mononga hela railw^', wore Inspecting the Morgantown and Wheeling railway on Friday. They were accompan ied by Samuel Purseglove of the Cloveland and Morgantown Coal oompany, who is receiver of the M. & W. railway. Plans are under way to Improve the freight and pas senger service on tho M. & W. Make Plans to Entertain Delegates to Convention Delegates to tho national con vention of fliqt glass workers, which will be held in this city next July, will bo housed in the local hotels and in private homes during their stay in Fairmont, according to arrangements being made by the local committee. President Clark of the national organization was In the city for a short time Saturday and conferred with members of the local committee. He expressed himself as woll satisfied with tha preliminary arrangements made for the convention. He slated that about 400 delegates would attend and that 10,000 glass workers froi^ nearby districts would visit Fair mont during the convention period'. John F, Phillips Greatly Improved Friends of John F. Phillips, president of the Del mar Coal com pany, who became ill while re turning from a trip to New York C'ty, have received word that he has greatly improved. He will I return to Fairmont on Tuesday, according to the information re?? icelved by his brother, Edward Phillips, of the Robinson Coal company. Mr. Phillips, accompanied by | his daughter, Miss Ruth, was re turning from a pleasure trip .in I New York and suddenly became I seriously ill, being removed frdra I r. B. & 0. train at Martinsburj;, W. Va., and taken to a hospital I there. His business associate, Clarence D. Robinson, of the Robinson Coal company, who was visiting his : brother. Charles Robinson, at i Winchester, Va., who Is also 111, | hastened to Martinsburg to Mr. 1 Phillips' bedside. The Lure of Bermuda Weekly Sailings from Now York on the Palatial Cruising Steamer "ARAGUA Y.A" of the Royal Mall Steam Packe; Company. Round Trip Rates: $ 76.00 Inc. 1 day's hotel ac commodation. $129.00 inc. 12 days' botel ac commodation. $171.00 Inc. 19 days' hotel ac commodation. Ask for irtformatjon and book let: Kellert & Co., Steamship Agency, .103 Madison, Phone 1453-J, Fairmont, W. 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February Sale Furniture \ Only One More Day To Buy Furniture of. the Highest Grade at Up to 40 Per Cent Pricfe Reductions All our furniture is reduced, from the simplest bed-3 room chair to the most elaborate dining room suite'- ' bears a substantial reduction. Hartley Furniture is well known for its artistic mer its genuine quality and invaluable worthiness. Aftei,, almost a month of very satisfactory selling we still havp a large and practical showing anything you. want in the furniture line you will find displayed on our two big; furniture floors. Start tomorrow, come and pick out the furnitureyou need. Think how much more summer comfort you can add to your home by buying the-furniture you need now. Consider the savings?how much money you will save; by buying before the February Furniture Sale is bveyf One Day for Home Furnishers to Economize on Floor Coverings-Tuesday the Last Day otthe - February Sale When we started in to low- ) or the prices it was done vntH^ vengeance. We have sold i ^ thousands of dollars worth of Rugs,* Curtains and Drap erieB this month. These last , jtwo days of "February we are still offering many good Rugs, fine Curtains and,-, handsome Cretonnes at Feb-' ruary Sale Price'. If you are contemplating;? Ihe purchase of Rugs, Cur tains or Draperies this sp you will1 find this a matchless* opportunity to buy. , i o Beginning Monday Demonstration Sale a y y MB SaSH A Wonderful Soap Product SOAKS CLOTHES CLEAN 'No More Hard Rubbing A Personal Representative from the Factory Will Be At Our Store $ To Tell You About "RINS0" Rinso is made by thejraakers of Lux, the largest soap ma facturers in the world. It is a perfect combination of pure elea. ing materials that soak clones clean in a few hours. Only t badly soiled spots need to be rubbed and those just slightly, ' vj "RINSO". DEMONSTRATION?MAIN FLOOR