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Owens Team Breaks Kecord
l^' 'For Three Game Score
of T^iiolrc
I U V VUVIliJ*
Kr. Tfce Mining Machine company hostKg;'.
*4 the Traction two out of thrrp game',
fin. the Commercial league last night
Hag; On the "Y" alloys. C'unninghum ha I
p?< high acore and Miller high average.
Sir Mining Machine Co.
Wfi't, England 1"4 so l.Tn
f Arnett ?t Smi ins
l Kendall 121 "t ! !
Rjyt;-' Barnee ion
p;-i' Eton mi ST lu".
i'Yotais il'n -1 I It O'.""
Traction Co.
bong SS 102 Mr
^y JMlUOD 71 97. S.r.;
jBKCunnlnglin in xx 110 si
9 .t Mills its !:: > l:il
i:\ Mnurer Tit 72 v*.
Totals 421 7.17. 107# j
; TEMPLE LEAGUE DUCKS
( The Owens' team swamper tlie* I Jack,
upg last night. rolling up :i threetune
score of 1. " 17. t lit' local record
The one game record was also broken.
626 being the new mark set. .Mills
-was high man with .".J." while Johnson
was next with ." 21.
Owens
Arnett ir.t l".n ibt - tti
Johnson 17s I4? 202- 521,
Mills 121 !? : 19S? 525
Totals 41:'. IS?; 568 -1517
Backups
Harden 127 122 12S ? I1S7
l.lnn hh 116 10!> 254
Kendall '.'8 lot 156 241
. Totals 224 275 :::i2--ios2
Tonight game?Cyclones vs. K of c
MONONGAH GLASS LEAGUE
The Birds took three straight from
- the Easy Marks last night. Slmllck
had high score an.I high average.
* Easy Marks
v /C. Boaemerkle .. 74 S2 st? 237
7 J.Brown, A3 S2 71?21G
Box 120 13$ 170? 42S
Totals.... 237 302 222?SSI
Birds
n Hetslec or. 93 136? 295
Shollck 1SS 152 159? 499.
f? XJncle Walter Camp. lie usually comes
tftj. to Hfo about December 1.
I'J If the minor leagues turned down (
Dave Fultz's proposition, haven't you |
a-picture of what the majors will do j
v <io them
,
Fenn squad rests up. says a head-1
line. Watta they been doing all soa-'
son?
FOOD SOUaiiG IN
I STOMACH CAUSES i
| INDIGESTION. GAS
jj|.
P?t . >PAPE'8 DIAPEPSIN" ENDS ALL,
Ijtt- STOMACH DISTRESS IN FIVE
MINUTES
?. Wonder whai upset your -tmnach - j
which portion of the food did the dam-1
I ago?aa you: wen, non I liotncr. II
your stomach Is In a revolt; If sour,
gassy anil upset, and what you Just
ate has fermented into stubborn
lumps; bead dizzy and aches; belch
gases and aclda and eructate un.lttested
food; breath roul. tongue coated 1
?Just take a little 1'apc's Dlspcpsiu,
and in five minutes you wonder what
became of the indigestion and distress.
Millions of men and women today
know that It is needless to have a bad 1
Itomach. A little Diapcpstn occasionally
keeps this delicate organ regulated
and they cat tbolr favorite foods
without fear.
I J . ii your mumaen ocean i lake care of
your liberal limit without rebellion;
p" . It your food la a damage Instead of
s. 'r a help, remember tho quickest, surest,
b ' moat harmless relief is Pape's Die
B? pepsin which costs only fifty cents
??? : for a large case at drug stores. It's
8S\. truly wonderful?It digests food and
H6K sets things straight, so gently and
gtsx easily that it Is really astonishing.
Rj:;; Please, for your sako, don't go on and
aS" - sn with a weak, disordered stomach;
t<v - It's so unaeceesary. >
uantz ii-J 1*1 i_o?..n;
H Total* 667 380 418?1171
* Tonight's game?lied Sox vs. Tigers. ,
j COUNTY CLERK APPOINTED
fe' PABKBRSBt'RG. IV. Va.. Nov. 21.?
t - C. E. Pahl. deputy county clerk, lias j
I been appointed by the County Com-:
ik miastoners as county clerk to succeed
! - U. L. McVoy. who died Thursday. The i
appointment is good for two years.
B ? j
I II SPORT NOTES ]
They're now praying to win football
E3j games. Shades of Willie lleston.
BM'v " -
f; Maybe the pitcher who lias nothing
but bis glove ami a prayer will lie pop
V ular now.
The basketball season will open
hoon. Ho-bum.
Our Daily Prediction.
" Don't bet your money on this one..
Notre Dame 10. Nebraska. 7.
i', Yes, It's about time to bear from
JT
ALL
-I
Evening Chat
At least specie? of birds found
in the Southesatcrn United States are
of service in destroying the cotton!
boll weevil, according to ornitholo-'
gists of the U. S. Departm??nt of Agriculture.
A much larger number or
the 4'iO different species found in the
Southwest also render important 8?r
vict* to agriculture* by feeding on various
insects which attack Held c rops,
garden truck, forage plants and fruit
throughout the rouion.
These facts have been determined'
by extensive field and laboratory studies
made by the biological Survey,
the results of which have just been
publishe d by I he Department ul Agriculture
as Farmers' B%letin 755.
' Common Birds of Southeastern
United States in Relation to Agriculture."
The must act he u: the ??G feathered
enemies of the boll weevil, it was
ton ml. are tin* orioles, which arc
among the lew birds actually taking*
the Insects from the squares ol the
cotton plant, and the swallow;:, which
teed on the weevil while the latter
are in filight seeking to extend their,
lange. In winter the most efficient'
enemies of the hull weevils are the
blackbird:-, mcadowlarks, titlarks and f
Carolina wrens.
The cotton worm is eaten by 41
species of birds. ??: which I ho cuckoos
arc the most effective. Those birds
frequently consume 1mm 1*m? to 1 ." ?
of the worms at a meal. Tw?-Ievc
.Southern birds attack the boll worm
and seven feed on the cotton cutworm.
White grubs, which are a serious
post not only to corn but to strawberries.
garden crops and grasses, are
eaten by 57 species of southeastern ,
birds. Wire worms and their adult j
forms, chick beetles, another pest of;
corrC are consumed by 12S kinds of
birds, while species feed on bill
hugs. which also attack corn. Cutworms.
which often occur in the
Southeast in sum met and fall and attack
practically all vegetation, arceaten
by 88 species of birds.
Chinch bugs, which are extremely
destructive to corn and wheat and
v.htcli are supposed to have but few
natural enemies, the Hiolocical Sur
vey roil ml are eaten 1>y 24 species of
birds. Of the other insects attacking
corn, the Southern corn root-worm,
or spotted cucumber beetle, is eaten
by 26 birds, and the brown root chafer
by 21. The Southern fig eater,
which feels as well on other fruit, is
Wfl!
ONE NIGHT ONLY
COHAN & HARRIS j
KNOW
It Pays To
Advertise
The funniest farce in the world
Special cars to Mannington
and Fairvlew after the show.
SEATS AT MARTIN'S NOW
PRICES 25, 50. 75c. $1.00. $1.50
Mall and phone orders filled now
sixty reai
(or Sixteen
it makes no difference t(
do is to show you the
Michae
Suit or I
which we have ready to
and to harmonize with y
Whether you're sixty or
suit, in your fabric?han
Stern way. $15 to $-30.
Separate ~
Trousers, all tT tjL
k,n"
11.00 to $6.00 VlitftN
___ \r
[ MEN'S AND BOY
?
BOWLING
destroyed by 14 species of birds, the
eruw leading in efficiency.
Of the insect pests feeding on forage
crops, practically ail kinds are
eaten by some group of Southeastern
birds. One of the most important of
these pests?leaf hoppers?are consumed
by 100 different kinds of.
feathered enemies in the Southeastern
States and a score or more species!
or birds feed on the various kinds of j
clover weevils.
There are many bird enemies of j
truck crop pests also tn the South-I
east. J'rni 19 to 33 species of birds |
' ere t tinnn to oat eacn or rnc toiiow- i
ing: Flea beetles, sweet potato flea
beetles, grapevine loaf booties, grape J
Ilea beetles, bean leaf beetles, rice;
weevils, Colorado potato beetles, and j
the 17->ear locusts.
_Tbe survey disclosed that 49 species
of Southeastern birds feed on
horse Hies, which while they do not J
attack plants, are exceedingly annoy- '
ing to both humans and animals and!
even transmit some forms of disease.
The Uiological specialists who I
made the survey of insect-eating I
birds in the Southeast draw thr con-|
elusion that the birds nf this region;
are much more important to aoricul-!
lure lhati is generally supposed, and j
that fanners should recognize the'
fact and do all in Iholr power to pro-j
i*t their leathered friends. The;
bulletin may he secured free of;
charge on applieation to the I". S. Dc-i
partment ol Agriculture as long as;
the l)"partnient's supply lasts.
Three Super Sixes
n i
t misn in uiassic
Twenty-one cars s'artud in tlie classic
Vantlcrbllt race at Los Angeles
Thursday. Only six finished. Three
of these were Hudson Super-Sixes.
Itorhe. a California Super-Six owner,
iinlslied fourth. A. 11. Pattcrso,n Stock ;
ton Hudson dealer, using the car hit;
tlrove in the Hike's Peak Hill-climb,
was fifth. Ira Vail, driving the Brook
Ivn demonstrating car with which he
earned fame and money in several
r.iees this season, was sixth. All three >
I ludsor.s were rebuilt cars. Patterson's
Super-Six was the only car in the race |
that went the entire distance without !
a stop. Roche, who was fourth, stoppod
once for gas and water. His speed j
average was 75 miles per hour, which
equals Do Palma's record in the same j
event last year.
HIPPODROME||
Tonight and Tomorrow j
Matinee anil Kiirtit
rs "Young"
Years Old)
d us. For all we have to I
ls-Stern
Dvercoat
fit your individual figure
our years.
sixteen?you'll find your
d tailored in the Michaels
gl Good Warm
u Underwear
50e to *300
S' DEPARTMENT |
-
The great rural comedy drama j
Cloverdale j
Farm
TONIGHT IS
"Pav Nicht"
All cash prizes given away
Thursday:
"It's a Long Way to
Tipperary."
Starling Monday the 1
dronio players in "THE FORTUNE
HUNTER."
^=ii=i==:
TUESDAY ETON
x BOX
Wets and Drys Both
Win on T Floor'
?? '
In the first game of a doable header i
on the "Y" floor last night the Wets
took tbe Antis into camp with a 23-14 <
Hcore. In the second panic the Drys
won from the Suffs. ]
Tho line-up:
Antle Wets (
Boehm Forward Blnas i
Furman Forward Atha
Toothroan ....Center Payne t
Tennant Guard Amos
Campbell Guard Ridgely ]
Moyer Forward.... Colebank 1
Binna. W Forward McClnre
Fisher Center Moore I
Hawkins. II ...Guard Ward|t
Watkins Guard.... Hawkins, E
JOSEPH FINNEGAN KILLED
I HAllL.ESTON'. \V. Va.. Nov. 81.? t
Joseph Finnegan of Charleston. 50 t
years old. employed by Virginian
Power rompanv at Cabin Creek Junelion,
was struck and killed early to- j
day by a passenger train on the Chesapeake
& Ohio railroad near Manuel. )
llelatives live in Washington. D. C.. j
and Charleston.
NELSON
* ^ THEATERTHE
OIL FI1
Third in the series of "tbo Girl R
story prevents a wealthy syndicate
of a rich oil ticld. The story is stroi
gether. its value being enhanced by
scenes are reproiluoi-.l. The locatio
atones show the actual work done I
True Ho.trdraan continue their high
THEMISSLNI
This is the second episode of th(
Th'is reel shows Grant leaping from
ladder of a steamer on which the mi
Europe. The story has good raelodrt
Wednesday's show a strong one.
H A
AAOI
I A two reel hobo comedy with Har
I good supporting cast
I OPEN FROM 1 TO 11 P7>
I Y?u
| You wh
II the
i
o'o lour Sup
oo must pay
oX add to th
%%
gg This is another
gg Hudson Super-Six
go The usual car, t
go 3d per cent. In a
og makers often rcdi
gg drop in value aver
go The Super-Six 11
?>% hardly depreciate
gg part of a ear.
go The Super-Six
?0 rials, for we never
gg December 1st, wl
go hausted, the prici
oo who own the Su
gg valite.
oo
AZo
OO
gg Tluit very nri
go sirougtli of the ]
oo i-iirs. wo believe, r
gg way will be found
go Hut tlm Hudson
00. never make pruten
gg Hudson profits,
gg 8re very small ind
oo: and all insiders ki
gg proves ibat our in
gg On December
?oo bought under this
of them have advi
9?l Ou a lludson-g
gg quality without r
oS lit nncp. Rut. tin
oo standards.
?8 So we do?and
gg necossarj*. We ad
No Adva
55 Ton who have i
enclosed Super-Si
gg price agreed?up
SS TITT1
i
08 Phaeton, 7-j
! Roadster, 2-i
Cabriolet, 3~
? " r^T~P
TO^; NbVElffiEi a; 191
ING
Marriage Licensee.
Clyde F. Flan. 31. Chautauqua, x. Y.
ind Ivy M. Ferry, 2G, Mannlngton.
Mike Mnratsky, 22, and Anna Ku
:yme. 28, Monongah.
Frank Egoroff. 26. and Mary llama
laefna. 25. Monongah.
William Spencer Hlnerman. Jr.. 24
rnd Pansy L. Ice. 19, Manntngton.
Arlle Nay, 24. and Minnie Davis, 17
Manntngton.
Ernest J. Rolland, divorced. 27
Clarksburg, and Nina Collins, 23, Fair
nont.
Isaac Mcran. widower 47. Colfax
ind Olive E. Grubhle' 43. Fairmont.
Fred Ellis. 21, and Myrtle E. Grlffltb
17. Fairmont.
Bert Vincent. 25, and Boulah M
<!rlc. IS. Fairmont.
John Q. A. Mtller, 29. Morgantowu.
ind Merle Llnnie Berger. 30. Morganown.
Deec*a Filed.
Sarah S. Snider ?o Albert H. Snider,
eal estate on Hoblnaon run. Union
llstrlet; one dollar ani other consideration.
Ella F. Baker et vlr. to Edmund N.
roothman. real estate In Mannlngton;
11.000.
l?. It. Berry et uz. to Elizabeth A.
Ieald. real estate In Mannlngton; II,100.
Ella M. Fleming to Slsto Oilardl et
[ TOMORROW
WEDNESDAY
ELD PLOT
roni Frisco." The heroine In the
i from defrauding her father out
igly dramatic, and is well put tothe
realistic way In which the
n Is a genuine oil field, and the
III drilling for oil. Marin SaU niul
class acting.
5 HEIRESS
> "Grant. Police Reporter" series,
a flying aeroplane to a suspended
asing heiress Is being taken to
imatic interest, and will help make
ED
ry Dusklnson at the head of a
[. ADMISSION 5c
r HUDSO
Will Advi
to now own a
increase?no
Iflr-Six will ho wnH-h mnw> i
? mmm ?t v* ?fl> UIV1V 1
$175 more. When cars tin
le price the added cost of r
unexpected attraction in the
lie first season, depreciates some
ddition to that, on later models
iced the price. So the one-year
aged 40 per cent or more.
lotnr?almost without friction?
s at all. And that's the chief
price will advance with mater
shall lessen our standards. So
iien materials on hand are exi
will advance $175. And you
per-Six will share that added<
Pretensions
innnnpnmnnf will 4l.?
? v < va I II I v?
ludson position. Most weaker
rill not dare to advance. .Sonic
to avoid it.
Company, on its Super-Six, will
sions.
considering our size and output,
eed. They have always been so,
now it. Our very balance-sheet
hreins are minimum.
1st. we start using materials
year's contracts, l'riees on all
j need enormously,
rade car makers can lessen the
naking the difference apparent
it would be treason to Hudson
do frankly?what is obviously
Id the extra cost of materials.
nee on Sold Cars
ilready ordered?either open or
ITPS?Will rlnlivnnv nf Vin
O*" ?Vt.? V4^ ?*?. ??iv
to December 1st.
DSON MOTOR CAR COMJ
itaaenger ... .$1475 Touring Sedan
MMenger 1475 Limouaine ...
pat*?nger ... 1775 (All Price*
STANDARE
MADISON STREET
OTHERS
- I I- t TT?^.. . -1-1*
. . . lb. COMIC 111 W. r?J MIUUU M1Q1' I
Hon. Kairtaont; five dollars and other,
consideration. i
M. A. Jolllffe ot ai. to 0. X. Kocn et i
!al? real estate in Manuington. with'i
reservations for coal and gas rights;
$1,750.
Mrs. Bessie V. Weaver et el., to S. i
11>. Shaver, real estate in Grant dls- i
' trlrt; ten dollars and further consider- <
; atlon.
Beatty Development Company to
. Mrs. S. A. Wells, real estate in GrandI
view addition, Mannlngton, one dollar t
I and further consideration. [ t
Beatty Development Company to ,
, John L. Wells, real estate In Grand-1
'view addition: nna ilnllut- ana Wirfhnri
consideration.
James O. Shaver et ox. to FairmontSowicklev
company, roal cata'e In
Grant district; one dollar and farther1
Grand Thea
LeRoy
E
CU1U JL
And their Big Company of
ALL NEW Ti
100 Animals?L
A $50,000.01
i
Vfil T Wil1 Be
I V-HJ Will Shr
PRICES: 25c to $1.50. S?
iN SUPER,
Eutce $175
Super-Six will <
change in Mod
next year. And those who b
der way are completed, w
naterials. Price advances Deceit
'And many Hudson dealers, prol
ears yet to sell of our present p:
have 3500 ears under way, all of u
at present prices.
If you can set one, set it. Rnyi
, you $175. And ihc present mu
changed, unless in some minor re
Another World.
The Super-Sis, as you know,
worth-while records. AVc mad
prove stability and endurance,
that the Super-Six would meet a
regardless of its severity, without
no tost entered has it failed to bca
record. These include all the wo
intr car records up to 100 miles. '
24-hour record of 1S10 miles, wlic
stock car record by 52 per cent.
They include the Pike's Peak
worjd's greatest event of its kind,
won over 20 competitors.
Now we add the ocenn-to-oeet
San Francisco to New York. The
record in America. That trip '
Super-Six in ."> days, 9 hours at
beating the record by 1.1 hours.
And that same ear turned arou
and went back to Sau Franeisci
than any other car ever made th
It'in It vi-jic iltit
(rip across the contincut against
for the round trip was 10 days, :
utos. That was only 2J/j days
best one way time made by a farat
80 the Hudson Super-Six today
And there is no probability that, a
it, because we own the patents
J
cuuui uucu puasiuic.
These are all-important facts.
PANY, DETROIT, MICHIGA
*2000 Town Car
2750 Town Car Landaulet
f. o. b. Octroi1) Limousine Landaulet
) GARAGE CO.,
Phone?
PORTS 1
5
consideration
Queenie Martin et al. to KairmontSewtekley
company, real estate In
llrant district; one dollar and iurther ,
onsldcratioil.
S. 1,. Shaver et ux. to Kairmont-Se- *3
tvlckley company rral i rtate In Grant i
district: one dol'ar and further Coi- V
sirteration.
TWO CHILDREN MEET DEATH
CHARLESTON. W. Va.. Nov. 21.? '
Otho Grady has received a telegram
here containing the information that
two children of Mrs. J. M. Morgan met
leath by accident early today at Knoxrllle.
Tenn. No details were given.
Children Cry'
FOR FLETCHER'S
C ASTO R I A
ter BT 2711
Talma 4
1
>osco
Europein Mystery People.
as SEASON
ions to Canaries!
? n l .
) Traduction
Amazed
iek With Laughter
sata Saturday at Martin's
?f
S1X I i
gain in 1
_?_ m
2 IS |
uy then
e must g|
nber 1st. ||
>nbly, have some 1
roduotion. We
rhich will be sold
nir now will save <55
del will not be 32
finemeuts. ?5
Record
now holds all
e these tests to 8g
It was to show So
my road burden
fniliiw And in nvt
it every previous gs
rld's stock lour- ?8
Fliey include the
re we broke the ?g
: liill-elimli -the oS
. The Super-Six
m record?from
most sought-for &c
was made liy a
ul :il minutes? S . _ '
nd at Xcw York Set
j in faster time g&
e occnn-to-oeeau 8?
make I lie round g?
time. The time SS
21 hours, 3 miu- ?8
longer than the eg
jus eight. go '
stands supreme. ?5
rival can matrh
that make such ?8 "
$2760 1?
, r BELL 6M ||
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