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n? League Contest KSentSeven and a Half BfemmgB Last Evening. Ky ~ ^^^^ bofMMtCllost last night to the M. H^^HjjBaQdi9- school team in ail Interest"Which lasted seven and ^KpWf tadngs and ended with the S. Morrison. of Eoi>eveII, ^H**??e-aenBationaJ plugging with the ^HcuCticfc, getting a two base hit, a baaedtft * * a home ran in four ^^^HtttteS'Upu The score: Hep< Hopewell AB R H P A E i ^^^KodgBZS,.: 4 2 2 0 2 1: j. fCoagway, a? .... 4 2 2 0 2 1 JW- Reed, m 3 0 0 0 0 (; ^ HwWorrieon, p 4 1 3 0 1 0 fc-lO. Reed, 2 4 1 0 4 0 2 ^Mgjtoed, c 3 0 0 6 0 2 ^'M'^.? ?t- OAAC1A iO o V v o A V jse Ml?Conawayfl, S. Morrixtaej. Base lilt?S. Morrison. iTtn?fl_ Mnrriaon. ce Wts?W- iteed, Comrtnfly. > plays?S. McDougal, Unasr? * Hfclj)hy,2; Kincafd, S. McDougal, 3; MjtBWatnflsu F.-McDqagai Satterflold, teft?by+ life^iIin^rrtepiv^'3y'2 t>tellB?Oft.iJ. 4)ItjrE]Huu?,l. Bttngrfrne?Madden and 'Travis. RAnftflier ctamch league game Is ^^MMgKlMbr'.xtext Friday ercning beRpMBBdhe^irstAL P_and (he Diamond |lwim(i M III li hi inn The game will llk??8aye5Um>-the East.Park-dlamond ^^^&p6i8bigsmeds>?xpected. .Cincinnati, 2. ;;^yffitiwgaifc4r -*g .65i - .^.25 22 .632 JPSe^n,..., 11, ~1B -31 .340 manxmsmsixfisi. aiona, > r JW'll I 11 ( 11_ II n I. rrn * ' M^jaj^wiiUfncaBu. + ^ Washington, 7g? CtevehmtMi. g^tcm" " * 30 16 !C52 BMhington 18 29 .383 gteUladejphla 16 28 .364 > Panics Scheduled Today jBClevelaiiifc atWashington. t8L/Looisat Boston. Jtoots^won .th o- Snhnrban handicap. ^Bbtoveteen of the seven league Bfect Dfflon has joined the navy. II ^HJggjetrafes the-U-boats as well as ^^ Erai^unmber ol ambitions comeBMfitehters Undo Sam won't hare ^Hpring to-be sorry for. ^H^tsoe Is deteriorating. We no^BHfc*-bnnch of high school boys 1 HM.started a chess team. HKtOrCozmle Mack wins a baseball 1 he probably feels like tho man 1 Bto-draws thieo aces to his pair of < Bnt [Kazft blame Joe McGImrfty for sell^KjOie^Boctte-clab after 31 rims were 1 ^ jha^egalnst it In one game, bat 1 HpDuKtO- see the guy who bought i ^Hlfew York coutem says of a trap- 1 Hk.tournament that Dr. "Wli 1 ^^Hjntook the Suburban" cup with i 0r th? D<>C? ' ATT f\ I I * m J t J # # W ' . " HAYBE YOU GUESS THES VtjljtfphS By PAUL PttflMAN A few young ballplayers, some of them never heard of outside the bushes aro putting the St. Louis Cardinals on the baseball map. There's a brace of Smiths, J. and F? there's young Cruise and Hornsby. At the fag end of last season you may have heard a little about this Hornsby and someone may have mentioned jack Smith, but the other two meant nothing in the average fans' life. % But now Cruise is leading the National league in batting JL Smith is right near the top, Hornaby proved that his last seasontn performance was not, as many said, a flash'In the pan and F. Smith Is acquitting himself uredftabiy both vrith -the stick-and the glove. A mighty good acquisition was this said F. Smith. It gave Miner Hug gins a cnance Knnu?9 naamaj iruui third over to short,, "where Is of tar mare <valoe to-tho -clab- vrithoirt-weakening the hot comer. The Cardinals are In -theflrst division and It looks as though they are BFIS OF I! STATE NEWS ^ > Owing to Qwunnsnal prevalence of typhoid in Charles ton Justafcthla time It has been deemed -wise by the-management of the C. & P. Telephone Co. to safeguard the health of Its.-telephone-operators at that point, by Inoculation against thls-dlsease. Satur day h^s boon selected an the date upon which the operators will be vaccinat ed. It will not be compulsory, but the girls have been..urged .to comply with Wheeling delegates attending the armr.ni international convention ot Ltocary clubs at Atlanta, Go, next week, will wear unique cos tnmes in advertising West Virginia, as-a-coal state and. Wheeling as a city or progress and money. Ihe dolegateawlll -wear white overalls with lighted miners' lamps upon their caps^and each cap will bear the following motto: "the-Shining Lights.-" On the-backxit-cach garment win be-palnted some-prominent fact about Wheeling. Among the-phrascs will be: "Wheeling?mother city -at West Virginia, with tu20a,000 population." Another wilH>e,"WheeIlng District,-with. 28 banks and $5X4)00,000 resources and 3250,000,OOO-dearinga." Another, "Seven Baflroadm<and Pive Trolleys'" Manufacturing Products, ?50,000,000?" "Wheeling Makes 120,000,000 Cas carets." ""130,000,000 Packages of Malt Pouch Annually," Each local delegatewill push.a wheel utuiuw \iiLii a uutuu iiiuyui wuml Virginia, the slogan on the -vehicle will read. "Wheeling West "Virginia." Over 20,000 Rotarlans from all parts of the globe -will attend, apd the affair promises to be one of the biggest and most enthusiastic gatherings held In the south In. years. The originality behlnfl-the-creation of the window display at M. H. Green's Jewelry store stamps Mr. Green one of the best window trimmers among Montgomery merchants, and the winlow for this week, unique In every detail, has attracted more than ordinary attention, says the Montgomery Now*. On the floor of the window Mr. Green has soddod a lawn, real grass being used and growing In the window., In the center of the lawn he has-made a miniature garden, there being four beds In which he has planted peas, lettuce, radishes and beans. Though planted only a few days ago. under his attention the garden Is growing nicely, :he stalks and vines being out two or three Inches already. A card In the jenter of the garden bears the slogan "Watch Us Grow," and another card innounces the fact that it Is "time now to plant your garden." The time Is Indicated by an. attractive display of Big Ben clocks. The Idea Is a clever jne and has been skilfully executed. It will be news and come as a surprise to many people In Wheeling and die Ohio valley to know that this secdon, and particularly Ohio county, Is tarnishing a very considerable quality of the very best oak timber tbat s going into* the construction of the nerchant, fleet and submarine destroysrs, with which Uncle Sam proposes ' ? ' I AND MAYBE YOU DOT LOOK WHO'S KEEPINC w? "'^ Sif^ V 9H ^ \v J&flTS^ \ > hooked-tostay there. At least at stag there doesn't seem to be m chance of Cincinnati, Brooklyn, P phnrgh or Boston poshing them out. And this quartet have about as m ; to-do 'with their being there as i one. At the opening of the season the < to fight the German war, said Wheeling Intelligencer In a recent sua , The Federal iumbor company -v offices In the German Bank build h ailori in Palm I i i, \ *XTHE gerrrcfi Clot$ hasij established fac essential tosati made of this fe summer;cloth,T: Palm Beach suits t label are tailored vc this otherwise rathe: giving and shape-re is hardly anything Beach suit, one \ summer comfort, si - "High Art We have all sizes sport backs. Cast < know whatreal hot ' SamE * Leading Ciothier, fT w 1 THE CARDS IN THE RACE 2 W I b: tl pi 0 01 a at u Hr v R'SMITH " \v Wj i p g1 cms dsb^srweie doped as snre eighth posi- i uch tioners. They weren't given a chance, j itta- Hornsby, criticB said, might he good ? or might he a fizzle. Jack Smith was nch classed with the mediocre crew. F. my- Smith and Cruise were neglected Ifs Just one of those inexplainable Car- things^in baseball, that's all. is the has been the agency through which ^ its- this timber has been furnished. "Some ai of the very best and in fact, I believe, rith the best oak in America is fonnd in tho ing, Ohio valley, and particularly In Ohio _ ng First1 teach Suits i 'v V ' V-'; *"V. pe Palm Beach ^merit?fhat|fs?an t? kfia rf ?r>n'fnVl nf"h eg ather^weightmiidisitailaring. X iearing the "High Art" rith a view to making r delicate fabric, serviceitaining and since there ; cooler than a Palm vho would4 enjoy mid lould buy a Palm Beach " and* models""includmg off that woolen suit and -weatheroomfcrt is. t !. Iseman Hatter and Furnisher i M IJ ** m IB TTmJ kft I .1 mmy?. NUU fniin?f^ir A . mu. OUUU W U e reporter. "Out near West Alexanir we hare now one mtn, which is orldng on aosne of the-flnest oak that ever saw, and has teen pronounced r good jndges of timber the finest on te market We also are handling the d< odoct of another mill located near uneron, and are baying more or less ik from a number of small mills in ? Is locality Most of tne oak that we e selling gees direct to Detroit Clevcad, and Perth Amboy, N. A, and pracca&y all of it is now being used in ie construction of sea going vessels, a thin the last few weeks I have seen ro ships afloat on the lakes and one i New York harbor, to which a very Tgo amount of Ohio county oak was red. A short time ago we pur iased <me crop of oak timber from a inner near West Alexander tor which e paid $1,400, and we have secured ?*? -i" -v. ?a ..i. nn om mat locality on? bock ul ya& ? ? in length, and-squaring 19x24 teehI. The oak 1b all of the very bast aality, and It is in very great demand ir steamship construction. "I expect few people really reallxe ic supplies ot high grade timber that ro yet to be secured in this locality. ' course, the promiscuous logging "rations which went on thTonghr.ut is country fifty and seventy-five ;ars ago, are at an end, but all i rough this section our farmers have apt choice trees and many of thorn ave grown to mammoth proportions, he demand for such timber for fencig purposes has ver% largely ceased, a account of the general use of arbed wire, and the high grade oak mber is now too valuable to be used l ordinary construction. Ab a result, lerefore, we find a considerable quality here and there to be had, and at le present time there is a very pressig demand for It "Most peopls know, of course, that hlo county Is furnishing lota of steei ad tin plate and shells and chemicals > be used In fighting, bnt the fact lat we are supplying a good deal of alid West Virginia oak to help buflrt le merchant ships and submarine sstroyers, will probably be interestig Information." mi-i whjnmidf BEggS |ll|-|IVUh ?MW)NDERQcneAhern BY GENE AHERN. ' DID YOU KNOW? Using the boomerang Idea, a Louvflle genius is applying the shape i money, umbrellas, lawn mowers, ikes, shovels and other objects that re known not to come back. A parachuite is a very useless nrtl BE 1(1 CELEm wewtU makeyou genuine ~PALM j tailored to your in fverGQ&t-ordered i KVn^nBTI UAftF Tf% 4 The 7PALM BE. identically the san charge--#9. Thto gfft is to si patronage exiei presented toavery< beginning Monday J one lQth. fsmm i.hi* * e on tern flrma. The sheik sent to the Oennans >t marked C. O. D? but are cbaj id after the explosions the Oern > the collecting . To keep a pencil point from br PREPARED- 1 V NKS Get Hartley kind Vw ot Luggage to travel safely. The Mai TaHoref u Fiihion Pirl^ tfr>/T> /Ol iC 1 _ $>o uxioras In real Wax Calf skin 01 Russet calf?perfect anklf fitter ?6. Where a man has onc< worn a pair of Hartley shoes he knows they are an econo my as wen as a pleasure. W< have the shoe for you. First F\oor M9-J0N i GuS 15TH AIM a gift of a Coat BEACH" cloth of dividual measurexit our standard p$L COAT ADD .TROUSERS '?V ' AGH" Goat and ne garments for wj } how" otir apprecfat ided u$ in the p customer during *'A \ June.ll th and endi t ing when the pencil falls, sharpen thi pencil after the OIL H are ~~~~" Ted Because af sate la inch a heavy and mnB clumsy piece ot furniture a Denver demon is making one out of papier 1 mache. He believes this nffl erm eak- come the heavy safe problem. 81LK 8H1RT8 uwwvKvipwd. *?? ; (3 -J stripM is t? nil i We Want is the man who wants to feel cool and look welL W? want to sell him A Suit of Clothes :"8 that will tone down his temperature and tone up his appearance. Suits that do this must be waB / 'I tailored. There are no suite bat- .' H ter tailored than these, nor lit any better. It is with our suits as with I the finest standard watches, yon can depend on "the works." ^ |;J Men's all wool summer suits ?6 Palm Beach and Linen Suits 11.60 Underwear The finest collection of Munalnfc B. V. D. and other standard underwear for men, in cool nainsook, .T.uslin, gauze, or balbrlggan is ready for your personal comfort They come In regulation threejuarter and athletic styles, In twopiece or union suite. Prices, 60e I First Floor ?14,17 | RSARY WEEK 1 and Trousers 4f I the natural color, with every suit or 'm 1MMTWT I *'5 I Trousers wffl b% I hlch we regularly I ion of the vaTaed >ast and will b? '.nniversary W oek" ng Saturday nighi m ' ... I J.' ' '