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P^etorin^wW'YorTc 8to< LEGA pliGT 11 5K m !nt Run of Empties nongah Division orted TodayINESWORK ritlas Expected to it in Operat'op tage opened up this i B. & 0. system again there was a 40 per empties on the Monilon; 31 per cent on ton Division and 51 i the Cumberland Dle Connellsville DlvisI. enjoys a full run of while the M. & K. had ent run of empties, ongaheln, Morgantown ; and Western Maryles had a full run of I Minee Work. indicate that today 179 mines at work on divisions In Northern nia. These mines or6 empties, but ther-i ,844 empties available, h were placed, accordrations that had men on Saturday loaded M l are of coal. Production Saturday, September 2, .was H613 cars, showing that last fcturday's showing was not tend[A 'alre.il .1 thatdts roadis bloc*-' HVwjtli freight in such: a manner ^M^^mnfefdwaptota>|i<ii'?i?i1a JtB-dt O. Railroad has removed tLttwddtttoffM passenger trains of finoyi'ng foodstuffs and mm to manufacturing plants in ?e east has no doubt prompted Hits step, while there is some InBirvvnk-nce. experienced the lifo Vd*;t!Wng of Northern West VirHnia is in the coal business which Would be in much better shape if KeglQg&fe can be moved and a Beer movement of empties gis ^nabliahed. The B. & 0. has this ESunday ten trains were fc'Qyer the mountains, east ifton, in which there were ads of freight of which the gfgregated 256 cars. Westthe Monnongah Division phtinuea on Page Tour) \PPLES tload op fine hand 'picked grimes sodden apples on lalker's Siding &.t oar. $2.00 delivered. car now open. j/r roush bros. " [payments Due oti will save the usual ibstantial discount if >upay September state.ent not later than SEPTEMBER UTH irbulation department ill be open evenings un Ift West Virginian -NOTICE TO AUTC j( | For the protection ( will be an officer plac school house. Traffic 6351 ff -w?? | !ta#Pag?/4 " .LBA n/t.._ Tl/ Mrs. warrer rtM .1, .-..r- r nil f> condition of the wife .of Prosiden ported to he critically lli. A numh oeen caned into consuitauon, ant these skilled men will be used to i tlon to health. Decisidn Reached to Defer Operation?Condition Shows Improvement- v \Y AWflliMr i sept. 11.?improvement in the condition of Mrs. Hartllng, whith begun yesterday continued throughout the night and the forenoon and physicians ir 11 'idnt co deferred llit operation which has been under consideration. An official bulletin Issued shortly after ten o'clock today shows Mrs. Harding had spent a less restless night, that complications were subsiding and that generally her condition, which became critical late last night, was improved. It also announced the decision to defer an operation. President Harding was reported 'o be gratly encouraged by the soemlngly iniprovemnt today in his (Continued on Page Four) r ? . NOTICE | The Woodmen of the World will hold their annual corn roast on Tuesday evening September 12, 1922. Meet at Woodmen Hall at 6:30. Transportation free. L. D. SNIDER, Consul Commander. MB? omb II )MOBILE DRIVERS )f the Children, there ed on streets near each laws will be rigidly en- J !R, Chief of Police. ' ' FAIRMONT, mi i G. Harding *' v^j',yfyt. ^?'V '-' >*-. ' , ,;!*.' ,' ? r'er the country, in regard to the t" Warren G.^Hg^lng, who Is rear of surgeons and physicians have 1 every means at the command of restore the First I^ady of the Na NEW Yd COAL BROKERS HERE Whiteley & Foedisch Open Local ..Offices?Coal S|jpments Drop. Lloyd M. Smith, Elkins, Is mana ger of the* Fairmont office of White ley & Foedisch, coal brokers, wltt headquarters in New York and Phil adelphia. Mr. Smith about a yeai ago had charge of the local office of Whitney & Kemmerer. The lo r?o1 nfffnoo nro in iho "M >. \f T atn Building above Corauntzis'. Ed. H Prltt will be associated with Mr Smith. Home From New York. Kenna Clark, sales agent of th< Clark C. & C. Co., returned on Sat urday from a trip to New Yori city. , T. W. Arnette, president of th< Antler Coal Co., has returned fron Wheeling, where he attended tin state fair last week. Purchased Land. The Beahler Coal Co., which wa; formed sony time ago, was organ ized to secure 225 cars of coa land along Indian Creek in Monon galia County. Saturday's R. R. Fuel. A total of 218 cars of railroac fuel were loaded off the Monongal Division, B. & O., on Saturday. The B. & 0. secured 141 cars to the 71 cars got by foreign roads. iub laiuuuu iubi luauiug cm Uli Charleston Division, B. & 0., ot Saturday aggregated 92 cars o: ' (Contlnned on Page Four) WANTED Young man about 18 to work In shoo store," wonderful opportunity for a hustler. Apply No| wark Shoe Store. " ' ;' ; j~ LABORERS WANTED Anrv?' u Sewer line. Peacock Park, Bell Run? PEACOCK DEVELOPMENT COMPANY . V r 4 - i Si "j/V ' " ' ' Nenfipcpcf A Prosrcsiive ^W^MONDAYEV ON II Wain days over for loca boys and gir City Schools Open Toda Large- Enrollment is Reported. Three thousand seven hun and elxty-Beven children present at the opening exercis the city schools this morning, enrollment last year was 3 which shows an increase of this year. The enrollment in the vai schools of Fairmont Indepen District, for this, year and la shown by the following table ocnoui imiL. Barnes 254 Butcher 299 Fleming 295 Miller 559 High 500 White 339 Dunbar 146 Total 2392 The enrollment in each ol East Fairmont Schools at opening exercises this year last was as follows: School 1921 Central 454 East Park 375 State Street 159 High 246 Total ..... 1234 It was Impossible to obtain exact enrollment of the Fain High School as all of the cli Will not report until later In week, but O. G. Wilson, sup tendent of schools In Fairmo'n 'dependent District, Bald this a noon that 500 Is a good estli Some Iteport late Mr: Wilson said that a f many .children dl^n^r^y tire toon th ^ra^ectedr^| larger, enrollment. ! "If this very-warm wej continues," said Mr. Wilson, ; (s"hall have only the morning fii'ons." All of the teachers present this morning, in'clti Miss"Myrtle Eldredge of Erie and Miss Elizabeth Koletk Huntington, who were unab! attend the institute, the.lattt acocunt of illness, which,met last week. Hustead Pleased "It is very gratifying to n see such a large number;of enrolled," said W. A., Hus superintendent of the East;: mont'Schools, this afternoon i discussing the enrollment in East Fairmont High .School I added "We-have 150. boys/er ed this year and 155.girls| a portion which is*unusual. 1 IContinuedon Page. Four 11 MIS BROKEN BY R/ i . Torrid Weather of Last V Hard Hit.By Cooling Rain of Today. s i While' the sun. and clouds cd hide and seek this mor s perplexing local weather prop 1 relief from the Intensive hei ! the past few. days wag pror by the Associated Press, thai erring Solomon, In the natui rain. Tho prediction stood f Shortly before the noon j the city was swept by a gale a light fall of rain following high wind. Abput noon time the streets, wern crowded persons going to and from I I old J.'P. opened up his 1 works and the city was dren j with a cooling rain' After the f hard shower it continued to all afternoon. ) The rain waB welcomed b; i as the heat of the last few t has been almost unbear Camping parties planned . along the rivers and cot ' roads tonight were called shortly after the noon hour a was prognosticated by some o wise ones, that the rain had s for the entire week. The Ce west Virginia fair Is scned to start at Clarksburg tomo and it the rain continues long all the dirt roads bay here and Clarksburg will b . bad condition. I SLIGHT EXPLOSION HUNTINGTON, W. Va., i 11.?A stick of dynamite wa ploded near the Chesapeal Ohio Railroad shops here morning. It was the tenth e slon near railroad property i the beginning of the ehopn strike. No damage waa done, V-," Force in Ou Community. rr&- -?t *c*. < ENING; SEPTEMBER,' ll, 19l NJUNC Bishop Darling ^ Yearly Assig I P Rev. R. T. Brown Retains Pa |_lj Southern Methodist C01 Assignments Hi i Y-? The sixty-ninth annual Western Virginia conference of the Southern Methodist Episcopal Church came to a close at 10:05 this morning when Bishop U. V. W. Darlington of Huntington dred| completed the' reading of apwere pointment of ministers to the eB of various churches and circuits of The the conference. At the close of 1,563(the reading of the appointments 204 a hymn was sung by all present (and Bishop Darlington asked the rious; benediction of God upon all the dent! ministers to aid and help them in st Is I their work during the coming : I year. Many of the delegates left the -39 city shortly after the close of the 2921 conference and by tonight it is 315[thought that the last of the vis5631 iting ministers will be on their 500 way home. The next meeting of 344 the conference which will be the 166 seventieth will be held at Bar boursville, W. Va. An extra street 2419 car followed the 10 o'clock ho Plorlrotinrir IntariipKon train naif the of the city and the three can and,were filled when they left In ' front of the conference church on 1022 Fairmont avenue. 487; The Rev. R. T. Brown, pastor 387: of' the Billlngsiey Memorial 169 Methodist Episcopal Church, 305 South of this city will he here 1 another year as Bishop Darilng1348 ton re-appointed him for the i the I coming year. The Rev. J. B. nont; F. Yoak, was appointed to, .the I tsses Monongah Circuit; and the Rev. I ; the P- J. Hopson was sent tb-tKejElerin kins Circuit; while the Rev. .1. -8: t In- Tyler was appointed to (he. t'alrfter v'?w Circuit. The Rev., .G. F. late. Thomas was assigned, .'to .the Rivesviile, Circuit and.C. W. Pugh treat wi", he superintendent of the t lor Boothsvllle Circuit injplace of the frail v oA'-- Maratriello was- -appointed Tf^dlmontj piKING GETS 1 K. 0. FROM FORD >r on here Will Cost Man His Job Now ie to to Have Liquor on tead8 His Breath. Fair- . vhen I the , DETROIT. Sept. 11.?The 70,000 . Me men employed by the Ford Motor | troll- Co.; here were under orderaylrora j Henry Ford today to leave all! ) forms,pf liquor, wine and beer alone at alL times under penalty of losing their jobs. Asserting that drinking among certain of his employes recently had been the cause of accidents in the Ford plants, the manufacturer I 111 l8BUed a statement declaring that LIMIany of his workmen whose breath l l.'smeUed of liquor, who were found to be carrying liquor or who were known to have it in their homes would be dismissed at once. /fiek "From now on it will cost a man his job, without any excuse or appeal being considered, to have the odor of beer, wine or liquor on his breath or to have any of these inN toxicants on his person or in his home," Mr. Ford's notice to the emplay ployes said, ning, ?ui.i iv 3 . - i.un ciguicBiim amendment is ?el8' a part of the fundamental law of this cpuntry. It was meant to be aisea enforced. Politics has interfered 1 unI with enforcement of this law, but 'nod 80 far aB our orsanizatlon Is con r*,,; cerned it is going to be enforced to $S 'be 'ett?r. . ; the with NO MONEY TODAY ' AT POLICE COURT iched first rain Not a.dollar In fines was collected in police court today as the y all result of the police activities over dayB the week-end^ But three persons able, were arrested. Two of these were for found not guilty and the third ae-' intrv cured a continuance. off Nick Banana was arrested for nd it i being intoxicated and for blocking ! 1"? traffic, hut was able to prove his B' "j Innocence on each charge. Nettle Ross, colored, was arres: fed for loitering but' proved to " ? Mayor W. W. Conaway that sho (teen 1,118 ndt kullty of the charges.. e in Hosll Kuysemlc denied oharges of being Intoxicated, and his case was postponed until this afternoon! at 4 o'cloQk.' 3epl. Today tbe city otflcera were' b ex- busy watching traffic at the :e & various school buildings In the this city. Signs directing that driven xplo- of automobiles go slow while they since are passing the school buildings sen's have been placed In various sections of the city. ' ''l 'r " ''' '' ' 2. vi ' " : " m t Hon Gives nments Todai storate' of Local Churcliference Ends After ive Been Made. B. M. Keltb Is presiding elder fi the Fairmont District. A number of changes we: made In the district boundarie the Fairmont District losing Car den-on-Gauley Circuit, and Rici wood Station which were tran ferred to Charleston Division at Gasaway and Garrison Clrcul which were added to the Pari ersburg Division. Changes in the Fairmont dl trlct included the making ot new circuit to be known as tl Metz Circuit. Metz and Sev< Pines were taken from the Farr lngton Circuit, Evergreen, Myer Brink and Lone Valley were tai en from the Garrison Circuit make up the new circuit. Tt Rev. L. E. Harrison was assign! to the new circuit. Another ne circuit Is made up by taklr Flatwodds, Berry and Sutton fro the Burnsville Circuit and callir It the Sutton'Clrcuit. J. E. Brow was assigned to this circuit. The complete list of asslgi ments are as follows: Fairmont District. Presiding Elder, B. M. Kelt! Bellngton Circuit, W. J. Richer son; Boothsville Circuit, C. 1 Pugh, supply; Burnsville Clrcu: C. W. O'Dell; Cowen Circuit, \ M. Shawver; Clarksburg Statlo W. I. Canter; Cleveland Clrcu W. S. Hunt, supply: Cowan at Webster Springs, F. N. Nutter; D vis Station, Glen W. Stewart; El ins Circuit, P. J. Hopson; Falrmo: Station, R'. T. Brown; Falrview CI cult, I. S. Tyler; Farmington CI cult, L. W. Peters; ' Meadowvll Circuit, L. L. Jackson, BUppl; Metz Circuit, I.. E. Harrison; Mini Circuit, 0.' E. Vance, supply; M Creek Circuit, E. B. Ware; Mono ?ah Circuit, . J. M. F. 'Yoak; M Hood^fflMifeto. bet supplied; . R Morris cRcblt; S. H; Worrell; Pi son* CIRuBTO.-Br-Mbfrrs'^Failp i (Continu'ed jjn'Eage.Four)'-"; MORE TRAINS ON B. & OEMOVE! Further Reduction Made 1 Passenger Service in This Territory. Four additional passenger trail were removed by the B. & 6. Ra road out of Fairmont, today. Thi Include train 53 which arrived he from Grafton leaving here at 7 m. for Wheeling and train 62-whit leaves here for Grafton and tl east at 4:50 p. m. In addition the two passeng trains between Fairmont and Mc gantown are Temoved. No. 64 whit arrives here from Morgantown 9:15 a", m. and No. 63, which leav Fairmont for Morgantown at 7: p. m. .Eight trains have been c off of the twenty B. & 0. trai, oui 01 Fairmont since the sue men's strike started. Corrected Schedule. Trains now running on the E. 0. Railroad out of Fairmont a as follows: From Pittsburgh?No. 86, 1:25 m.; No. 70, 9:10 p. m., which cc tlnues to Clarksburg; No. 68, 5: a. m.,. which continues to Clarl burg. From Wheeling to Grafton?N 36, originating in Fairmont, 6: a. m.; 53, 11 a. m.; 44, 9:30 p. m. From Grafton to Wheeling?I 9:42 a. m.; 51, 6:40 p. m.; 35, 8: p. m. (Fairmont only). Clarksburg ? Fairmont to Pltl burgh?67, 12:25 a. m.; 69. 7 a. tr No. 65, originating In Falrmoi 2:40 p. m. Home Here. E. T. Home, Baltimore, snper sor of terminals, was in Falrmo today. Pennsylvania- train .806, arrlvi here fifty-five minutes late tods FIVE ARRESTS MADE BY COUNTY OFFICER William Eaglp and Albert Ma den were-both arrested- Sundi night.on charges of having moo shine in their possession, at were brought to the county Jail await a hearing. Saturday night the county of cers arrested Edward' Jackso colored and Junior Sattprftel charged . witji disorderly condji at the Monongahela railroad st tlon. No date ha| been, set'as y for their trial. Charges of taking 14 in mom from "Dummy"; a well knov Fatenont character, resulted 1 the arrest of Grace Pierece ,ov the week-end. 'She- was brougl to the county Jail and later reles ed on a 'b'ond of 3300'for appea ance before the grand Jury, ? .. ? - .t . J.-?., ">. V. ' . aral strike. One member, pre-. 1 >y dieted that one ot (he flrst acts of t the council vould .be to give for- c in mal assurance that the federation ( ? contemplates no auch action. 1 it The federation will be asked to 1 j- renew its pledge to support tne t ir- shop crafts add to assess all la- d bor. > ; ' *? '' f A"" v , '+ ? i " 1 '.' . ISTfll MRS-ANNA MOORE r DIES AT HER HOME [ / Mrs. Anna Moore, 38'years old, wife of William Moore, d|ed today shortly after noon, at her home In Washington street Mrs. Moore had > heen In falling health tor some time being a sufferer from dlabetls, but was taken worse In the last few days. Her husband Is a well known painter and paper hanger of this city. No children survive. ,r The body was prepared for burial r by Musgrave & Son and will bo 1 re taken to Caldwell, Ohio, tomorrow a> for burial. itiSii't i STREET SECTIONs m n J: City Attorney Will Draw Up ? Ordinance Governing e ^ This Matter. >< w e ig ^ 111 The City board of directors this J morning authorized City Solicitor * 'n Albert J. Kern to draw up an ordl- t; nance governing the paving of a" Sixth etreet, between Walnut and n Benoni avenues. This action was c taken, following an appeal made by a 1; W. J. WMgtfl in behalf of residents n (J* residing on and near that thorough* J fare. II( Citizens residing on Fenimore ? ' itreet asked that ..the city lay sidewalks and place cinders there, a tat- t< J ing that the'atreet was dangerous t, and almost- impassable. The ap- j, k" peal tor this improyement was 0 i made by W. R. Kramer and Guy v ' Crigler. . The matter was referred e J* to director of highways, W. E. Ar- y ,' hett and the petitioners were as- ' sured that the matter wonld be at- t tended to. \ 111 .Frank Nixon asked that,the board g n'i lay. a sewer linejn the" Ticinlty of f It Indiana avenue off of Morgantown g it a^jmtJa--ord^\-to take.care oftj ff. some' twenty. retldeihpes/M the vl- i pi '? Vhe- a'j^llcatibnof Frank'~Dele^ t gattl to operate a restaurant, which g was applied for Ikst week, was t granted. ii City Engineer 8, B. Miller re- b - ported that the curbing and side tl II walks being bulltjon Fourth street ti I to View avenue were rapidly nearJ ing completion. W. c. Keyster was a given permission, .to more a pool 1' and billiard room from 200 Water k ' street tp 316 Washington street t' n Budding permits were granted as '' folloWR! Tft fh'n MnnnntrohflTa Doll- 2 road Co. to build a temporary cement storage abed: to the Southern Pine Lumber Co., to build a garage * on Mt. Vernon avenue to coat $400; ^ to W. B. Wataon to build a garage 11. and apartment on Mt. Vernon ave3y nue, same to coat $3,500 and to be re built ot brick and stucco; to C. E. a Gaakill to build a garage on Bell- _ fa view avenue to coat $150; to Law- r 'ie rence Meservey and D. T. Gregory to build a garage to coat $500 on Br Gaston avenue; to the Fairmont (r. Apartment Co., to build a new ^ porch and stucco a house on Gasai ton avenue to' coat $5,000; to the ea Fairmont Apartment Co. to build t, 40 a porch to cost $300 to a residence u*- on Walnut avenue. ? The application of C. E. Gaskill J, ,p. to build a chicken house on Bell- j, view avenue was held up for inves- ^ tlgation. & I Mayor W. W. Conaway announced ^ re-that he would set a date at which j, time fire equipment men representD lng manufacturers of fire equip- p ,p. ment would appear before the board " 50 and demonstrate their wares. ^ ^ GENERAL STRIKE 1 : ' IS NOT LIKELY *; * ? f; Executive Council of Big 'p' nt Labor Organization " sa Meeting Now. y. . ATLANTIC CITY, Sept. 11? a The shop crafts ..strike and de- g mands for a general strike of 4)1 u S organisations of the American a Federation of Labor as a result fi a, of the Injunction obtained by At- C torney General Daugherty, against V __ the striking - railroad shopmen b ,a were on the program for consld- u to eratlon when.the eiecutlre.council. of the federation resumed Its I ?j. conference" today. Many mema bars from the- copncll,' although' c V denouncing the Injunction as a J .. "blow to the rail crafts and a t j, threat to aU organised labor," ex- v , Dressed their ODDOSlMnn tn n Mn. r ciated Press Wire , CHICAGO, Sept. 11.?Support- | d by one of the most formidable igal batteries the government baa ver thrown Into one coort^Utlon. & le forces In motion today toward 9 ie goal?the permanent injuno- s|H on against railroad striken. Arraigned against the governharges of a wide-spread consplrcy of vandalism to cripple tho 'as Donald R. Rlchberg. attorney hose leaders 'and members* tho Dvernment's action was directed. Two car loads of' evidence? ioIs of destruction, thousands of ( statements of some 17,000 indlldnals?(which tho attorney genral and his aides had, were closet guarded by federal agcnt3. icted .Mr. Daughcrfy and Judge wenty five'murders,' the tanrimrig with 60,000 rallro^lpars, '-fhe te damaging of many llocombDenylng the eristence^ofj such erson vacate the ln]tmcttonBH^| irney Rlchberg built up^ his deDvernment had failed 'tofmake f flnnf Inna-t nn Paw U-nriM ?"* - ~ ''mmi JUT IN SERVICES! HANDICAP STUDENTS 'upils From Up River Towns ' Att d^S Intentions of some fifteen or wenty Klngmont, Benton'e Ferry, nd Colfax boys and s-lrla tit."atSM snd the opening session of high chool In this city wertrcompletelaltlmore & Ohio R'allr'tMwianounced the discontlnuaifwj of rom Grafton at 7 a. m. and leav3g this city for Grafton at 4:50 *0 Important trains 1 will mean hat the up-river high school stuents who have been attending ast few years, and the other new |? tudents who were Just entering IRU BtUUUI, Will iiUL gtjl, IU UILOIIU ime of the more energetic young ien who were anxious to return any did not give them transportMKTEBY OOTDfG T1TCRSDAT a Van (n infnmnhtfao In n ite near ^ the xiittf where a picnic ihely^ be^the last e is