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^j^OANTOWN,
^ bllly to devote the proper
Vimount of time to his work on ths
W winter sports proirsm has made
It imposathle Mr Director ot Athletics
H. A. Btansbury to get the
I West > Virginia basketball and
wTMtllng carda Into their tlnal
shape. Molt of the' dates hire
boen tilled tor months but Just As
be was beginning to put on the
"finishing touches'' an otter was I
MskcehrSdl to MHO the undetected
Mountaineer eleven to the Pactlld
Closet and alnce that time the trip
Whai occupied prndtlcaly all ot his
I Th'*.a I- AfjuA SAal?L ?HI. 41. I i
WUU1 W1UJ Ulfl
state that the ache!
be ready for publlibout
January 7^ of
I until next Tueidiy
at he hae bo much
i will he Beveral deyt
i hope to complete
that two or throe
idlng on each Card
an announce an unidue,
which would
junter-annoancement
I corrections It haB
to withhold publlcawhole
program has
lly outlined. Fragfeahman
and Vafslty
IhOdulea hare been
IroM time to time
se It has been easy
lis winter's program
) up to the standard
UUOTS 1
larves Win
Bide ReBerres won
mnl last evening It
cresting game,
ly Normal
mt Mining Machlnplay
the 8tate Nor!ht
on the Y. floor,
d will likely see the
Uonongah Cuba will
mal on tho Normal
lay evening.
Bt Remarks
cites, writing in tho
a, commenting on
many tana ore kicksr
Camp's All-Araerill
goes out ot hie
v<>7 wnnciii necessity or provocation
la lake a slap at Pitt. He
mnuttt Is always knocking and
What, Pitt Is kicking because lie en Be
Warner squad was not placed
tbe 3' teams picked by Camp,
absurdly silly remark. Coming
Horn one who la generally (atr
id impartial in bis comments, the
^Btffy la a great surprise. If HcM >
is shooting at a lot of stutf
^ at may have been In the Pitts
m newspapers, well and good,
^ t If he Is slamming at the Pitt j
^pun and the Pitt spirit, his re- ,
arks, arj unjust, uncalled (or ,
'I wholly out of place. With
Rlatlons good between Pitt and
Virginia, It is a rather small |
^ Uag for. a Morgantown newsBiaper;
to- take up the hammer to
^ eat awnv at Pittsburgh. It Is our
^Hpinlou that Mr. Hodges or who
v.-r wrote the article In hie paper
^Hagytibt..awara o( the ungracious
me ot the article. At least we
re charitable enough to take this !
low ot the situation.
As to Marshall
The Morgan town Post, comment- i
op the proposed game between ]
vest Virginia .and Marshall Col
"Harry Stansbury must be Jok- >
ig again. He.surely can't be toriHpuu
when he mentions a posibllUy
^Vaat West Virginia University may
Ha..' t Marshall College State Nor- i
^Bal School on the gridiron next ]
Hll as cge ot the 'easy gameB' ot
i'; schedule. The Mountaineots i
Hvo hardly come to that stage?
least; we hope not.
"T$fi statement Is meant as no t
flection on Marshall, because re irte
Indicate the Huntington j
liool bad a croditable team Inst
ll. -Kemper Shelton, old Varsity
ar, Is coach at Marshall and hns
^uarge squad or ngnt capable moil
"But West Vjrglnla can't afford
.drop to the status of Marshall,
^ftttor a thousand times take uu ,
ithany (JoUege, with all its lax ,
Muity rules, than Marshall
tore the peculiar conditions per- I
^ t the playing of any boy .with a
ado school education. A student
n enter Marshall after getting
^Btng to the seventh or elglit
ado, aad It the inducement is
alelent, one doubts not that
trthall dan get many athletes ot
^Bendld ability who are not pro-|
rod to enter collego or cltglHu it
^[Marshall alter all Is Just a
^Bmal school, Uke Fairmont or '
apery Rock or Olenvllle it Is
that there are many college
^Henu In the Huntington lnstltu-:
Hl??we!"but tho institution is
Hot to prepare young men and,
^Elonyon "What Constitutes Real
Beting If held at the Y. M. C. A.
ioitow afternoon at 3 o'clock,
orynne haa been invited to this
cine and everyone who wishes
an
Ciiapti
"jack followed tha lltle men pastli
ay arcades aad morle shows. "This
shouted one Of the midgets, as the
AVHF. hM ?a#
werO many ol the midgets.
"Where did you get this affair :'s
here by our last grownup visitor.''
tine as a merry-go-round." "Well,"
Interested to know that It's really
how It works."
Fcck then asked the-midgets to b - o]
is prepared to tlx the (an. All of t
iere3ted except one, and he was r id
30on as I get this fixed, we'll start it
iSALLACElilDTO BE
AT NELSON MONDAY 11
F
with Wallace Reld an Importint
figure in the newe of tho day,
ale appearance at the Nelson
Theater Monday In- "Nice People,"
which will bo the attraction for
four days will doubtleBs attract a
sapaclty houses. Athough "Nice F
Peoplo" Isn't a sermon, It carries "
a powerful theme directed against t:
tho attitude of a largo portion of f
modern auclety.
fcocktail drinking, promiscuous t
flirting, "Crap shooting,' 'and the d
wearing of daring feminine clothes r
used to mark the doers as "fast," r
but, nowadays really nice people v
do all these things without cen- I
sure. '
The danger of this attitude with *
particular reference to young girls "
forma the theme of 'Nice People/ d
An all-Btar cast headed by Wallace
Eeid, 3obe Daniels, Conrad >
Nagel and Julia Fayo portrays v
this Story, which was adapted by[ a
Clara Beranger from Rachel Crot- i
hers' play of the same name.
William Farnum Today *
Photoplay fans who like action t
Df the good old red-blooded kind, a
should not fail to see William f'
Farnum In "Without Compromise/ .c
which concludes Its run at the r
Nelson Theater this evening. Wll- v
liam Farnum's pictures are never d
Jmekillers?they are emotional c
.hrlllera, and this last Fox production
is fully up to the standard if a
t does not excel toe best western fi
films the popular big star has
done.
THE BAT' FULL OF 2
THRILLS AND LAUGHS =
Over two years In New York,
iloro than a year In Chicago. Close
o a year, in London?and still run-'
ling. Capacity audiences wherivcr
it has played.
Summed up, briefly, that la the
ecord of past performances of "The
Bat," the biggest dramatic hit In
r?nr? whfnh WaffnnhatR and Kem
ler present at the Blue Ridge The*
iter neat Thursday.
The astounding success ot "The
3at" Is not at all dltlcult to under'
itand. In the (Irst place It Is a
itlrrlng, thrilling, mystery storyhe
kind ot a story that .every mas,
Voman or child enjoys. And lu
he second place, it Is every bit as
lull ot laughs as It Is ot thrills,
rhrllls.and laughs?an unbeatable
romblnstlon whether In a short
itory, novel or a play.
"The Bat" Is from the pens of
Mary Roberts Rlsehart and Avery
Hopwood, both postmasters at the
irt of writing for the theater. Proluced
by Wagenhals and Kemper,
Its presentation 1s perfect The
mat, Which has been acclaimed for
ts excellence wherever "The Bat"
sqs played includes Mabel Wright,
lean Haven, Clarsi Coleman, George
K. Lesley, Josenb Rowley, Wyrley -
111
V t '
11
bteral amuiemeat palacet, penIt
tlit -war out of Coney ttland".
Y came to a bit gate. Jack, howa
bit merrr-to-ronnd on which
iJk'd
sked.Jack. "'Why, that was left
replied a midget. "It anawers
said Jack, "you'll probably be
au electric fan, and 111 show you
1||^
p off their merry-go-round ami
be little men seemed very ining
around on Flip's back. "Aj
going," said Jack. (Continued.)
irch, Richard Mansfield, Roy La
... Crm > E<Jn...J M..
uc, quui nuoici auu ftuvrmu woi'
'II.
IARTHELMESS TO'BE
AT VIRGINIA MONDAY
Richard Barthelmess literally
laves as a farm boy in his latest
"irst National starring vehicle,1
The Bond Boy," which comes to |
ho Virginia Theatre noxt Monday
or on engagament of three days. ,
"The Bond Boy" is a picturisa-'
Ion of Oeprge Washington Ogen's
celebrated story of the same
tame. It deals with the tragic aud
omantic experience of a youth
*ho. in order to save hit widowed
nother from tho poorhouse, per.
nits himself to be bound out tu a
illainous old farmer for a ported
f four years at a pittance or ten
ollars a month.
From sun up to dark young Joe
lewbolt slaves for old Isom Chase,
moso invoious who becomes enmoroO
of the youth. But Joo iglores
her attonUons.
The plot ta'aea a treat dramatic
wist when Joe Is charged with the
nurder ot-tho old farmer, who has
ccldentally shot himself. Joe reuses
to tell what he knows, beause
to do so would have been to
uln the good-name of the farmer'e
rite. And so he la sentenced to
le for a crime that he did not
ommltt
But Joe doesen't die. He escapes
nd the plot comes to a most satis
sctory and romantic ending.
Petitions, addressed to tbe EngJ
sh House of Commons must be
-rltten not typed or printed. I
RLUE RIDGF j
JANUARY 4TH
WEQENHAL8 AND KEMPER
Preient
The Seneatlonal Oremetlc
Triumph
W KM^illll
By
Mary Roberta Rlnehart and
Avery Hopwood
TWO YEAR8 IN NEW YORK
ONI YEAR ONI YEAR
IN CHICAGO IN LONDON
THE GREATEST MYSTERY
PLAY OF RECENT
YEARS
PRICES: Evening *2,.?1.50, $1,
75c.; Matinee V.OOT 75e CURTAIN
8:15 and 2:30
8AUE NOW OPEN
TELEPHONES
2200,2201,2202 and J
SAY "CLASSIFIED
'MINNIE' ENDS RUN
' AT VIRGINIA TODAY
Marshall Neilan put torn a rare
humor luto hit latest production
"Minnie", now being shown at the
Virginia theater tor the latt timet
today. That lie humor f*ta otf
is evident by the gales of laughter
at every showing Of Minnie' at the
Virginia Theater. But he has
made the etory human too. And
that Is what pooplo like molt of
all.
I LSatrlce Joy who enacts the
rolo of 'Minnie' gives a remarkable
performance. Here's a girl
who entered the piuture field by
winning a beauty prlie and those
who remember her in other screen
productions will admit that Beatrice
Is a beauty. Yet In this picture
she Is the 'homely girl I" and
she maket herself look the part
j In the end she shows her real self
which doubles the contrast In et,
feet. Leatrlce has never filled a
jrblo llko this before.
I Matt Moore also cOmos before
'the public In a new role In "M!n-.
nle,' portraying an Inquisitive, forrTHM3TI
TODAY / j
Vhlnn PqC
wilDam I
farnum
tompromi^I I
emmetttflynn
A fast action picture with;
Farnum in one of his great-1
est roles. A story of a man's
country with the bark On.
ADDED
FOX NEWS
AND
MUTT AND JEFF
COMEDY
j 17c? ?33c
I ' "
kuas
MONDAY
. TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
WILLIAM
DeMILLE
Presents
WALLACE REID
BEBE DANIELS
CONRAD NAGEL
j JULIA FAYE
j ?And other prominent playi
ers in a powerful Paramount
| Production*
Nice
People
nn datuoii ur inii
JAZZ LIFE OF THE
MODERN YOUTH.
A PICTURE THAT 8PLEN*
DIDLY OUTLINES T H E
SPIRIT OF MODERN UL.
TRA-SOCIETY.
Showing American Coatumoa
from Pilgrim Daya to the
Proaont'
NELSON
CLAI
IACH INSERTION .....
JOnO Minimum (Jharge tor (Hi
containing 10 worde would
? M per wort! would coet 01
tor ip?clal rites on contra
gettul reporter. Re tiai treeklu.
He weare gold ipeotaclei. His
coat ii long and baggy. He u
conrlaclng enough to make hla
audience laugh with and at him.
It ll douhtiul if these two have
ever been eeen, to better adran.
tage. The Screen could etahd
more pictures like "Middle."
As long ago as when the ftomans
landed In Britain they found
London already, a considerable
town.
it wo moved Our legs as fast, to
proportion, aa ants, we dould walk
at the rate of 800 miles ad hour.
JPtKlNg3PII^J| '
yLtlir SM
VIRGINIA I
THEATRE
TODAY
MARSHALL NEILANS
? Presents ?
"MINNIE"
!
Also
Buster Keaton
? in the ?
"ELECTRIC HOUSE"
Topics ? News
and the
VIRGINIA ORCHESTRA j
PRICES
20c and 40c?Tax Included |
SHOWS AT
1-3-5-7 and 9 p. m.
COMING
NEXT MONDAY FOR THREE
DAYS
Richard
KaBartktes
; ^ / ta 'i ne
\ 9^oik%"
i
?r i .
This Date inJHistory 1
December 80
1582?Emanuel Alvarez died;
a Portuguese Jesuit, distinguished
as a grammarian.
1721?Peter de Vallemont, a
French ecclesiastic, died; known I
by hlB elements ot history and
other works.
1747?Edward Holdsworth, an
English poet?dled.
important noticb
All. cancellation orders on con
wovt. ouu uuuj luroia araers ruusi
iiu In writing addressed to ine
Want-Ad Depurtmiul. Tbl* ir tor
your protection.
Che Writ V.rgtntan wRi not be
responsible tor morn than one Incorrect
Inierunn or any advertisement
ordered tor mora titan one
uo-t
?
Furnished Rooms
FURNISHED BED ROOM all conveniences.
610 Walnut Avenue.
Phone 1D71K. 0271ONB
NICELY FURNISHED sleeplag
room tor rent. South Bide.
Phono 1157-J. 6202 A
FURNISHED L1QHT HThJSE
KEEPING ROOMS. Phone
1874-R. 6223A
FURNISHED ROOMS for ilghT
housekeeping. Phone 1047-1.
8100 A
TWO LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. 411 Washington street. ,
6186_A
Furnished rooms (or rent
TWO nicely furnished light housekeeping
roms. Phone 1146-M.
No. 6279-A
TWO FRONT BEDROOMS. Phone
203 4*J. G264A '
TW6 LKSUT UbtSEKBtefWO '
ROOMS. 317 Hamilton Street. .
Phone 819-R.
Houses And Lots
FURNISHED FOUR ROOM COTTAGE,
103 West Lawn avenue.
Juet what the. newly married conpie
anoed. 8 minutes walk from
center ot city. Phone 1119-R. F.
L. Fast. 8279A
MODERN 5 room bungalow with
bath. Lot 80x120. *2,000 cash ?
balance terms. A. 0. Bailer,
HUhiawna. , 8195 A
MODERN 8 room bun allow wit?
bath . Lot 80x120. 12,000 cash-- .
balance terms. A. O. Bailey, Hlialawns.
61958
EASY TERMS on-Sprnoa street
cottage. Four rooms, bath. Also ;
four rooms-on-,8peodway oar Una.
GEO. HJ BROBBT. 8127 A
ISIFIBD ADVERTISING RATES ARE
* ?
Milled Advertulni It sic. For laitt
cott tto (tic minimum ontrte) (or
ilr 40c lot two inMrtloni. Ctll the
etc.
{
The House
Bui
One cannot always bu
get your borne through the
Every day many attri
numerable instances at leai
?are told about in the Wi
Make use of the Want
homes, in securing tenantt
in scores of other ways.
Those who seek throu
. bly find what they are lool
Heating ? Pluming
K RAPID RESP01
E That's what you want wh
a plumber In au eaergency.
E . naturally, too!
K By employing a large num
B and keeping lull equipment
B all times, Ve are constantly
B serve you In any way on i
B notice.
B Call <7 when you need rt
^CdttWFvnmiBe
fn* ? ph.wnK.*.
LUTHY PLU1
PLUMBING FITZHUQH at
j?64 CLEVELAND WE.
Cnmrwc.t.ing
H. E. McEl
HARNESS SHOP
Everything Foi
Best'Workmanship
Mods "l-? U-H-l
"?UU t'lauo 1IUIUCBD, miua nttllCI
horse and Mule Collars, (2.35 U[
dingle Trees, Neck Yokes, Collar
Men's Traveling Bags, Belts, Ca
i)og Collars and Chains, Shot, PI
218 JACKSON ST.,
mmiuiji?him m
Autos And Accessories
Philadelphia Battery service
Htf-rt'm
In Fairmont Carriage Works
recharging and repa'rlng on all J
makes ut batteries. Philadelphia
Diamond Grid Battunes, guar,
an teed two ream,
' JOHN M. 8PHAB. Pros. v
Piano Tuning & Re
pairing
RALPH HAWLEY, tuner .mnnufac
turers registered mechanic No.
226, telephone 40Y-R. ,6202 A
Opticians
We use the latest scientific
instrument in eye examination.
COMPLETE OPTICAL
FACTORY
Opposite Court Ho<ue
Second Floor
l^KAlRMCWt S
[LVWE8T VnMHNlA t
Restaurants
FOR better metis and service.
Palace restaurant 133 Mam
Street.
No. 6S19-A 0
Wanted j
WANTED?Old False Teeth. "We C
pay ae high aa $10 for full seta. J
Don't matter if broken. "Western
Metal Company, Bloomington, 111. I
M74A a
Storage. Moving
DRY STORAGE of all
kinds. Live and Dead stor- *
age for automobiles by
the month. *
MARION ICE CO., *
5th St. & Virginia Ave. ?
* or Rent
3ARAOE ALSO FURNISHED room .
soluble for gentle men. Phono
1101x1. .6178A ,
N1CB FOUR ROOM PLAT "With I
both, all conyenenoes. 101 State C
street. Phone llOO-W. ^ <118 A
!? . .
Jo MR WORD
at*?All oartrtlMment OOftf
one ImerUon, but at 6,4,1,1
CUaaintd department g
I i . ????-That
Jack
It
ild his own house; so
Want Ads.
tctive homes?<n ini
than the actual value
int Ads.
s in buying or selling
i, in finding rooms and
gh the Wants invariadng
for.
Huatine? PTumbing
VIBING CO.
f04 PROP HE/IT ING
PHONES 47-Res. 573 JL
Contracting
LFRESH
LEATHER GOODS
: The Horse
) and Materials
fa $1.25 up.
>.
Pads.
rtrliige Belts,
cks olid Shovels.
PHONE 346-R
Insurance
MILLER & MILLER
Fire Insurance, Bonds
loom No. 1 Hall Block
PHONE 821-J
Fairmont, W. Va.
roncE of Stockholders'
MEETING
Professional Sendee
The
Union Dentists
Consult us for prices
on your Dental Work.
Our prices may mean
a saving to you.
Office over the McCrory
5 and 10 Store.
Opp. Court House
R. DEEM, CHIROPODIST AND
FOOT SPECIALIST AT 8HURT'
iEPF AND WELTON'S EVERY
IONDAY. 62B2A
UK. ABA B. SMITH
Osteopathic Physician
and Eye Specialist
-wiU davote a part or hla Uma to
on-surgical treatmert ot Rectal
nd Colon trout)lea at ConUi, Flsbio
Fistula, Hem&orrhoio (piles)
'urtla-Am (Itching Piles) Chronic
Ouetipatlon and other aliments.
iemorrhoids (Piles) for
ion surgical treatment
rnd removal
PHONE 638 FOR
APPOINTMENT
Office Hall Block
Male Help Wanted
7ANTBD?Two men for permanent
well paying positions,
*o wee tea training necessary, aply
in person. Room, 311 Proleslontl
Bldg.
Dentist*
(ENTAL BARGAINS ? Gold
crowns 35.00 up. False teeth
13,50 np. Teeth extracted 75c.
>r. Smith, 304 Merchant street,
(pen evenings.
?') -No. I3ugt
Notice U hereby UTtn thit the 1
annuel ml*tint o( tho stock bold- a
era ot The Peoples National Sink
Uon. organized and doles Duslnras I
uodir IheJIWs of ^ the^ Unlte^l
it y? o'clock p'm.ffor the'pvtftio'so
Of electing ? board of directors to
Suing ^ year, and for tho tranche-/
dent o( said bank on QUI tt>? 9lb
day at December, A. D 1911,^ 2
President of tbe Peoples . National
Bank of Fairmont, _?
Dec. D4(-U>lt^.{|
Miscellaneous iror Sale" :
>?wW?<w ?n?i<N'iiM???eiwww???a <
FOR SALE
AlulGMeatr ftSrS; Ml
Well stocked, rooming house.
three (Vl living room'f.^etfi'ojSH
triclty, etc. Income
DAVE FlSSgl
345 Buchurat Sfc |
Board ot Education':of Win-'
field District will otter tor sale,
i by auction, the old. school build-"
Ing and lot nt HouK. Salo wilN-A
be held nt present location WedI'ueadajr,
January 10, 19123, at 11 -Kg;
Said Board of Educ*tii$jj rest
rvos tbe right to reject any or
I Bids can either Ins madi^aepii--.
WE CLEAN CLOTHE?CSSSPER"
AND BETTER. Sl^R'rTAItt'SK
STKEBT 'i ltADlSj0?r"~!*
j WE REPAIR, REMODEL AND ;
BETTER. SILVER TAILORING 1
COMPANY^ 318 MADISON?!#!
WANTED AT ONCE A HOUSfi?
K1EPER. pall 19H-R, 6268A
WANTED?jWoman for general
WANTED?One woman, married
a permanent poeltlon In Fairmont.
Mutt be able to furalali the b|n9|
ot references. Apply In person, J0
Room 881. Professional Bldg.
WANTED WHITE OIRL tor gemestablish^
a ^l^payt^|bu>lPSt?. |
W"d^^ '?ri1"' No. 6TT0-A
v'lTt to bar, eel! or eicoiioae Vi*
vertue yuur nuet la Tampa and
Boutb Florida^ Oae^ol^toe mott
laUyT^va ?j s^V^'bnuago'oi
any Florida payer. Ou&raoteed to
aU adTerUaera. .Bantar rate ote
redT Addr yjjgi
Boarders Wanted
GENTLEMEN BOARDERS?Room M
and Board $10.00 per week: new
IT fitted op; free bath: modern co.r
venlencea: FAIRMONT ROOMIN
HOUS5 AND RESTAURANT. Sit M
water St. Phone 166$. . 610M;. A

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