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| FOOTB,
Kit nnnmin at ij
flu UIIUHU nl
H SCHttOi mi;
undrcds of Fairmont Students
With Hand Parade
Streets.
Headed by the High school bras*.
ud, students and supporters or tie:
ilrmont High sehool marched
oner thrnnirh th?? citv this utl mrm n hi. .
I winding up at South Side park where
'' - Fairmont and Clarksburg were nt j
press time battling for ilia champion |
ship. Fairmont in her last appear- j
aoce this year on a local held. Is be-1
ing cheered by practically every student
of the institution
' Coming with Clarksburg players
Were a boat, of tho Clarksburg sup-j
-o porters, who, mixing with the mob]
that was already in the park, made j
. up tho biggest rrowd that hn? seen |
a game on the local field this year. Interest
in the game was inten se because
old rivals .were trying to iitnlnatc
,;y;>. each other.
r<jfV " Because .Vanning'.,11 nigh ratveictl [
"V-, her game with Morgantown High at i
!&' . | Morgantown today -Interest in this s?r- j
,i' / UVU JO ??' II ' II I'll II"
f?. J result of the contest this iiitnrnaon.
>?t , Fairmont ilicli meets I'arkprslmrs
iW. Tfitrh n( himlri-lliMll thi?t -i ntni' ntiro !
whole day each month for preparing;
''/ himself for the army hardships instead
of one evening; each w<ek. Tito
~i "' weekly plan seems to ineonvenionoo
moat of the members anil it is a t
hard matter to get a full at tendance.
Captain Bell lias cnmtminfcuteil
? with Washington and this system is
ij sanctioned by the authorities there
/. as well as at Charleston. Company
H under Captain Cram's Thralls will,
' drill weeklv ns nstta! until i.roteitilv
after inspection time which comes
about February. After tlint a change'
may be maile.
, The first monthly <1 "ill wilt take
;r place next Sat unlay. November So.'
drill commencing iu the morning and
lasting until four time* Hie regular
weekly drill is liuisin ii. Sour dollars;
each will he allowed members for
the full day's drill.
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Pitt Center Looks
Best in Country.
W m rBgjHffl
Eh// type. He covert a lot of territory and 1
often takes a hand in tackling mon on ;
SB*. . ptayt far from hie poeitlon In the line.'
R-. On defense he has beon able to outCv
point inch centers as the giant Wrav
of Pennsylvania, who Is doped as one
5-.... of the best snappers In the osst this
B&;, year.
Peck is captain of Olenn Warner's
M', ." aaAJoothau machine
i tn Fairmont and once In I'urkcrsburg.
Parkersburg was last year's cham:
y pions and is expected to have, pretty
' much the same line-up this year. Since
: Fairmont hopes to lie very much in
the championship running, it is expected
that the t'arkersbiirg-Falrmout
games will bo important in determining
the stnte supremacy. The dates
_j& -are Parkersburg at Fairmont Jantt5?&
ary 27; Fairntotit at parkersliurc.
r January fi.
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LANHAM GOES TO ELKINS.
Ward Lanhaui, oM Kuinnnnt High
coach, will rofenv tlie Mursluillh. &
y w i'ii,i.,. i
kbuiq at ijiniun iwnn> . i ?* ^i"|i|ru
In town a few hour-* yesti-rilav on liif1
way through from iln- I'tiivorsfty.
| Quard Will Drill
One Day Monthly
HBc ________
/; CAPTAIN BELL HAS PLAN THAT
MAY BE ADOPTED BY
STATE.
Membera of Company l WVsi VlrJ
ginla National Guard will drill but
Sjo- once a month hereafter insieod of
once each week. Captain \. I). P.ei!
lias issued su(-ii instruct ions and the
o.. chances are this will 11- followed by
Sf other companies in the state.
The idea is to alio*.** eaelt man one
There are five or six good center*
; In the country thlB year, but foremost
t ' among them stands Peck, of Pitts-,
t burgh university, Walter Camp's
choice on the mythical All-American
team last year and regarded as almost
a lure repeater this fall.
Peck_la a center of the roaming
'''' . - ^" . V' '
ALL
DAY OF MIDGETS HAS C<
HIGH
when ho woko each morning some-,
hodv had been through his pockets.
Hp had a tailor line all his pockets
with tishine hooks.
And then again tuning a banjo till
the strings broke would bw more or
|p:is a musical strain.
WANTS BASKETBALL GAMES.
A Flemim? school alumni basketball
iPHtn has hern organized ami is now
challenging tiny haskothtill team of
120 pounds in the city. Loon Vignoul.1
( lurk Brown, forwards; Furl Andre,
center; Brown Mitchell and Fred
Beach, gunrds. compose the tea in. <"arl
Andre has been elected captain. Beach
manager ami Itrown treasurer of the
team Teams wishing games should
address Fred Boacli. 11 in Virginia ave
line.
DARK R<
V V^fP ^ OCIteLi
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Midguts who are starring in sports:
left to right. Everett Scott of the Boston
Red Sox. Eddie Casey df Harvard,
Ray Schalk of White Sox: at bottom,
Jack Dillon, midget heavyweight.
(By PAUL PURMAN.)
The clay of the1 little* n?:?n?i> it cowing
in sports?
Looking down the lir.e of .u?mi who
figuratively tower above th"ir !' How .
in -port, many of thorn physical:.y do
not tower i?t all. in fact. they shrink
into physical insignificance
Football, baseball, boxing. golf all
furnish notable examples.
Tho 1016 football season produced
thrco stars who may readily l?e called
midgets when compared to tho average
giant of the gridiron.
They are Casey of Harvard, a diuiin
A]NT NATURE
WONDERFUL
AN EDITORIAL.
By Sig Emtige.
in any ?-ity the population averages
about 200 citizens to one auto owner.
Th prof ore. why should we jump out of
the road of an auto driver because he
blows a horn? Where floes he pel the
privilege to make us pel out of liis,
way? Why don't we nl learry a horn
on ftur vests and make tlie* auioists pet
out of our way? Why not? Ain't it?
Them's our sent intents. Sip.
HOW TO MAKE A LOT OF MONEY
Invent a sewer pip,* that etyps up
nttit'li uuiiker than the old kinil ami
?ell it to tin' city. Tito eit.v is looking
for suiii a pipe us this to put down
just before a street is paved.
OLDE STUFF.
"He stands out like a beat on light
on a rock hound const."
OUR DIPPY DICTIONARY.
SIMP?A fellow who voted the oih
er way.
BARBER See phonograph.
HINTS TO HUSBANDS.
A Dos Moines husband found that
BOWLING
DME IN SPORTS! LITTLE J
HONOR -' FORMERLY MO]
If
' <. * ' '
.ltlve back of 150 pounds t'anncll.
i In* Dartmouth <|u:irteri)ncU. who
boasts of 1 :t:: pounds, and Daddy Oriscoll.
captain and star halfback of tin*
strong Northwestern team, who tips
the beam at Ml'. pounds. Hither pair ot
those men weighed together would be
almost outweighed by such giants as
Hoffidfing'T or Kd Glass, the great
Vale guards of old. lta'ktiohl men m
the i*oy-llesto!i ltriekley type greatly
outweigh them.
In baseball, the world's greatest
catcher. Itay Schalk. of the White Sox.
and the two best shortstops. Rabbit
Maranville. of t he Knives, and Kverett
Scott, of the Ited Sox. arc all in the
CONSOL. BiCK TEAM
WINS 01 Y" ALLEYS
Monongah Glass Take 2 Out
of Three in Temple
League.
|
Y" COWLING.
Th** Wost Yi Tiniaii.i losl to th?*
Coiisol. t'u;il I'sin ';u * ..mill in ;t ?ios<*
match. tmiu**rs in kins: two out o;
three. Itoiiir starred with high snore
and high average.
West Virginians.
Uollins !?! t;o !i??
Mapnl 77 110 JOi; i
lt< rli( 1 ::s ss T.?'
liarkainw i;."> 77 ill i
Kcpllngor S'i 75 i><;
Totals 475 411 4'H
Cor.sol. Coal Co.
iiilio 7:: !)::
Hell 05 ? 110
"Heinle" 1 DO 75 so
Ashcral't !'7 7- til
Reppcrt 1 OS 115 SH j
Totals -Ills 471 414 1
TEMPLE DUCKS.
Monongalt Glass wore victorious,
last night over the Barkttpa. Sox had !
high average and Linn high score. !
Monongah Glass.
Guntz 131 in; 109? 336
Sox i72 IIS 146? 461!
Murray i'iO 138 101? 4l!lJ
Totals 463 422 358?1241 !i
Backups.
Marilen ISO 136 113?401
Unit II". IT:-. 123?413!
Kendall 123 US 126? 249
Totals 392 407 364?1168
-<, Potwte PUV
SRSMri
9 fQ i urfKAvcuuNC?*
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:-: BCVX
-IEX WIN
VOPOLIZED BY GIANTS!
Oflrlsii.JMb
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midget class when compared to play-1
era like riiief Myers. Larry McLean j
and Fionas Wagner.
Jack Dillon and Hob Molia. tiny ,
heavyweights. and Johnny Krtle, who |
lacks almost two inches of measuring
r i vi* MTI, an* OMtmpieM 111 pugilism. ,
Sonic of tip* host modern track stars ]
are diminutive. Norman Tabor, charn- \
pion niilor who is small ami carries j
lit11?? weight, is the h?*st example.
In goll' compare the midget Walter
Travis to giants l;ko Varden and Kay. J
It all strikes hack at the ancient j
sport epigram?"the good big man is !
always bolter than tlio good little1
man." j
Football Teams
Eimaee Quarters'
V u *West
Virginia university football
players. -JO strong, will Ik* quartered
at tIn* l/otimry flub during their
Thanksgiving stay in the city and in
the V. M. <*. A. on |*ir*t street, the
W* slryan ?-row will ii(> stationed dtirinj;
lite saute period. Reservations
k&ivo been made liy the respective
manager.. for their quarters and all
pro caine arrangements completed.
Many tickets have been sold for the'
gant?* at Martins News Stand, and
other places where tickets arc on sale.
The before the gam** indications arc
that ibis.years holiday game will)
draw the greatest hunch ot fans lit the'
history of the classic.
Wesley an and IPthany are fighting
today on the fluckliannon field where
Wesiryan is expecting to put another
\i.5.w. .... i i...?i.
mi ning, linn II on u? i I ll.l lliv.- ^l \ lllfi
form. I'nivcrsity's fitness is common:
Icimwlt'djgp. As :i topic of conjecture'
am! conversation. the liiR CSiinio is already
making itself formidable local-:
ly and will hocnine increasingly im-j
|N?rtant until I lie afternoon of the contest.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
OASTO R 1 A
IRON A .1*. V OOnWORKINO MACHINERY
\rw aid M-cviiil Iwii-t. Machine tool?, latl.r*.
itrills. Sharrro. | l ui. r . j (ianse marbite
*P'. i-i'ifiaw. rumps. i-lrrtric motor*.
hiiKiiiw. Bfilrr*. I'ljitT*. baii'l'J iw*. Sjn-nilll o*uf:?.
ilrltintr. |>uIIm h. shafting. < ontractors* eoni--.
uicut. JiAtun MAi*in\nrY co., riittburgb. v*.
KEELEY CURE
4246 Fifth Avanut, Pltt?bur?h, Pa.
Established 37 years. Removes all desire 5
! for drink unci drugs without causing slrkI
nomtothnpatlont. lfyouarointcrrtited.it
I will ho to your advantage to investigate.
: Only Keeley Institute In Western Penna. {
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SQUIRREL F001
HTftlNG OfJ
*u. nouns*
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JNG
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INDUSTRIAL
FAIRMONT
Pole* for the Great White Vtav
have been placed In position front,
Qui my street as far us the Madison'
slreet comer. A concrete mixer im
at work near the old Normal school j
mixing the concrete which will he
used in tilling up.around the poles,
and in making ornamental bases.
Furnaee No. 1 at the Columbia Art
Class company on the East Side will
he started today after having been,
rebuilt. Every so often the tanks i
wherein the glass is melted become]
disintegrated through the notion ofj
the heat and have to be rebuilt. Largo 1
blocks of a specially made lire brick
arc used.
Not a man was injured or killed
during the erection of the steel work
of the Hotel Fairmont. While there
is not a man killed for every job,,
tlinrg is a saying among the steel
men that a man is hurt for every floor.
With the Hotel Job however, not a man
wan an mnr-li ou /Uo?tKI?it ' ~ ? ?> ?..
..H0 uw immvii h? uicnmvu iU|' < ua> .
The steel men who built the skeleton
here ai'e now in Baltimore working on
a big job where 1,000 tons of steel
are being erected.
A difficulty in getting material, is
proving embarasslng to the Columbia I
Art tllass company in the First Ward.
With orders for thousands of dollars
worth of glass novelties, they are tintible
to gel shipments of materials
that are necessary in their manufaeture.
Cars to ship ware in are also
hard to get and unless their is some
alleviation of present conditions, the1
Columbia company stands to lose a
considerablo sum on orders which
they will bo obliged to uancul.
.?? ? .?.
f| SPORT NOTES ||
' =U
Jacobs of Pittsburgh with u batting
a vera no of .075 is the Athletics nf iho i
National league.
llughie Jennings wants to shorten i
the training season. It might Im all j1
right lor the ball players, lint it would!
be mighty hard on some ot the south-'
ern hotel keepers.
A Voice from the Dead.
Carl Morris wants to fight again.
They might have an overflow game
for those 25.000 fans who can't get ;
iini) mi! i stie-iiiirvaru guinc?llKC j
Billy Sunday holds, y* know.
If ihere's got to he a railroad strike. 1
let it coniti while sum** of these light-j1
weight champions are preparing for a !
tour.
I
Our Daily Prediction. 1
Woffonl. 19.?Yunnan. :i. Itet you
r.idn't know they were going to play. 1
New York police department better '
build tome bomb proof* when the National
league magnates arrive.
SPECIAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
PARDON. i
TO WHOM IT MAY COXfTfiX:
You are hereby notified that we. llin ,
undersigned Osior Grossman .who on j
the t'Slh day of October. 191*11. in open*;
conri before M. It. MusgiMve. a jns-j
lice of til,. Peace for Fairmont Ills-,
trlct. In Marion county. \V. Va.. rnn-;i
fessed to the commission of a misdo- i
nieanor anil was sentenced to be con-] I
lined in the Jail of Marion County. ,
V Va.. for a period of six months and i
in pay a tine of $50.(i?. will on the
(iOt.li day of November. 191S. apply to ,
the Governor of West Virginia, for
pardon.
(Signed)
OSCOll GROSSMAN.
fly Counsel. . i
Ilrooks S. Hutchinson. Attorney. 1
ll-lS-25. 11
IMELSON
* ^ ?THEATER?
GOOD
A two reel Pathe drama which ha
lure of the picturo is the clevernes
LONESOME LI
A single r
PATHE NE
Pathe News Pictorials havo long
who will welcome their return here
* simm a v
ji.uiiUiV/n.i
Betsy Young. tho stylo creator br
expositions of her artistic sense. 1
OPEN FROM 1 TO 11 P. 5
D?BY AHERN.
/wguTitL "T&LL /*
mkc^WIS ^
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A. M. BRUNER.
ISSMrar?& ;
y^iim
SPEAK AI GRAND
V. M. C. A. Worker is Scheduled
for Four Addresses
Tomorrow.
.
At a iti? n:ass meet in? in the Grand
theatre tomorrow afternoon, the'
week's work of A M. Brutier. national ,
ly known V M. <*. a. worker, will In* '
liroughr to a elo>e. Brunei*, while in '
I'airmont. has conducted scores of
diop meetings 111 the various factories
<nd shops of the city, and lias talked
:n liiihilrniL i.l limn in:.in Hi" iv hum
l'hii bo reached only through sucli j
meet ings.
limner's subject in the theatre to
morrow will be "A Startling Question."
I'laude Jones, the organist. will play
i mixed program on the pipe organ.
Hmnor will preach the sermon at tin
Presbyterian church service at the V.
M. ('. A. tomorrow morning. lie will
uUlress the Men's lllble class at the
M. K. church In the morning. At night
lie will preach in the. M. P. Temple.
The musical program to be played
Itv Mr Jones, starting at IT. tomorrow
is: Over?tire William Tell. Itossinni.
Popular Medley, selected. The
llosary. Nevin. High Jinks, selection.
The Son of Clod Goes Forth to War.,
march.
After limner's departure the following
men will continue his work in the
various simps: Fairmont Mining Ma hinery.
J. M. Mason. J. \? Mali and \V.
K Arnett; 11. & O ear shops. \V. F
Hoult. James WatUins and John Fnira;
li. & ?>. round house. .Morris M< Daniel.
I! .1 (iriffith ami K. .1 Minor: II elmirk's
Foundry. A. S. Ilclmuk. John
H'dmii'k ami liny .lows; Mowumah
Cilass Co. Henry Apple Win. 1*. (Iain/.,
uid Win. <" Smith.
~ SPE CIA LNQTIC F. S
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
STATIC OF WKST VIKC.IXIA:
At the November, 1910. Kules. hold
in the office ot the Clerk of the Intermediate
Court, in and for the county
I Marion, and state aforesaid. Novem- j
her S. 1910. the l'oliow inir order was
jntered: first National flank of Mtd-,
IT.iintitY. vs. Howard X. Or
loll and others. ilefcndants.?Chan
cory.
Object of Suit.
The object ot the ahovn styled cause 1
is to ascertain the liens against the 1
real estato of Howard N. Ogden, deceased.
and to subject the same to the
payment thereof. Also to set aside
a certain conveyance from Scott C.!
[ | Monday
PALS
s consiilurablc adventure. A fcaa
of a (log.
JKE COMEDY
cel.
iWS INU. 8fi
been a feature with movi0 lovers
"fashions
IttRs to our vision th? most recent
t Winery antl ladies wear.
ADMISSION 5c
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(\ eeuL/\ s/VrS^i /^oet
e wajT soMea^ce ) '
- A FLY|M6 v?sir-j
,
FORTS j
SPECIAL NOTICES '
I-.iU. S'noi inl I 'oniniifi<iiitii(<r tit 1)atia
I'. oscifu. dated January S. 1914, and
p. ;.:? ? u. the office of the Clerk of
the v'unn'v Court ??' Marion county in
loo,! book No 19S, page IS J. also to
.1 ,, . , rt.iiii ?ouvo>ance trora.
Moa.i; \" ogdcu to Marjorlc Ogileu,
!:?; ! V r ;?0. 1910. ami record*
i-d n? said ?"m office in (lord book
17.",. page u?p .\nd to .sell ??aid real
o.s'at< , env eyed by caid deeds to pay
plaintiff's judenn-nt and costr. of suit,
and to p.i> otln r judgments aud liens
again t the same
An affidavit been made and
filed that Olive M Ogdcu. Olive M On*
den. administratrix : the personal estate
of Howard N ogdeti. deceased.
Alnui Ogden. and Josephine O&'icn, do*
frndant.s in the above styled suit, are
ii-'H-r i I<*i .tof the state of West Virginia.
it is i?rd? rod th;ii the said Olivo
M. Ogdeii. Altno Ogden an I Josephine
Ogden do appear within one month
limn iin* 1111*i |tu 111 iini inn 01 tins or*
tlrr. in i In* Clerk's office of our said
Intermediate i nun. ui liules to lis
h.il.lin liiiTi-fur. 1111*1 ii?i **lr.il is ueces*
in tn prulei I tlmir il.teroiU.
It i- ordered that n **opv ot this or*
* ct In. published ami po.* ioil us required
liv Iniv.
Oivot* uniinr my liniul this Silt day ol _
Nni "mlnr lillG.
W y IS1.A.K, Clerk. V
IIAItllY SiWLV. n
i nun. ok ter Plaintiff. 1
This order Is published for iho flr*l
titijf November 11th. 1516. apd to lis
published on. * each week for tour sue*
i **s?ivi* v.i* iks
\Y S HI..UK, Clerk.
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END INDIGESTION
ORSTOMACHPAIN
IN FIVE MINUTES
"PAPP'ft niADRDClKI" M A 1/ C e nri/
SOUR. GASSY STOMACHS^
FEEL FINE
Time it! lit live minutes all stomarb
ilistross will go. Xo Imligcstioii. heart
litirn. soil mess or belching of gas. acid,
or eructations or undigested food, nc
dizziness, bloating, foul breath or head
ache.
Rape's I?iapepsin is noted for lit
peed in regulating upset stomachs.
Ii is the surest, quickest and most
certain indigestion remedy In tin
whole world, and besides it is harm
less
Millions of men and women now eat .
their favorite foods without tear?
tliey know Rape's lliapepsin will gave
them from any stomach misery.
Please, for your sake, eet a laflfl
fifty-rem ruse of Rape's IllapefVQ
from any drug store and put yt,\?J
stomach right. Don't keep on beldV
miserable- life is too short?you are
not here long, so make your stay
agreeable. Eat what von like and dines!
it; enjoy ii. without dread of rebellion
in I he stomach.
Rape's Diapepsin belongs in your
home anyway. Should one of the family
eat soinelllill!- whteh don't n-ri.n
with them. or in case of an attack ot
indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or
stomach derangement at daytime or
during I lie night, it Is handy to give
tlie quickest, surest relief known.
hippodrome!
LAST TIME TONIGHT
The Great Sensational \
Play
I The
Serpent
A Play you must see.
Starting Monday
Matinee
The great rural comedy ?
Cloverdale Farm
Better than "The Old
Homestead," or "Way
Down East."
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