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I RED CROSS WILL m. HELP INT. B. FIGHT Sanatarium At BKgny Will Be Completed With Its The Red Cross War Council has reMired the foHo'wfng eafitegram from Red Cross headquarter* In France: "On the invitation of the Sanitary Serrice of the French army, the Arneril, lean Red Cross will proceed at once to complete the unfinished building of the Tuberculosis Sanitarium at Bllgney some twenty miles from Paris. "This admirable Institution, which Is In many respects a model, was occupying about one half of Its proposed plant when the war broke out. A large build lng Intended to accomodate two hundred patients was about eighty per cent completed. The walls, floors and roof were completed, doors and windows in place, but heating, lighting and plumbing were lacking. All work was discontinued on the opening day of the war, and everything has remained to the present day just as It was left. "It Is estimated that oven at present 1 . prices the building can be completed - at the cost of 180,000 francs ($36.0001 and made ready for use before winter On the Invitation of the army authorities and with tho approval of the Sanatorium Association, tho American Red Cross will proceed to complete the building. It will be used by the military authorities during the war and then revert to the Sanatorium A:soclation." jspoRn rami Jack Curley has at last invented a perpetual motion marhlno. fie use- i? alternately on his typewriter and his mouth. Cleveland Is cuss'np Brick Owens, which makes It tinar.iroou?. A Flttsburgh amateur tcaiu ha? a first baseman fi9 years old. Joe Cat. tillon had better look to his laurels Joe Stecher has canned his manna?:. Any alibi Is better than none. Carl Morris complained that the Canton promoters tried to short hiai out of his money. Which is op :i ir argument Those at ringside say If Morris had been paid what was duo him he would have ow ed the promoter money. "Dibs" Drink of Arabians. ' A decoction of the Juice of thi* grape, which Is called "dibs" by the Arabs, was called by the same name as honey by the Hebrews. It forms an article of commerce in the East. It was "dibs," and not ordinary hoe honey, which Jacob sent to Joseph I (Genesis 43:11), and which the Tyrl- I t ans purchased from Palestine (Exodus 27:17). SCOTTY LOSES BIG MONEY TO SERVE WITH U. S ARMY ! S Among those mentioned In the athletic hall of fame after this war lc E OT?r will he Death Valley Jim Scott who declared himself oat ot a chance to he in one the world series money what he quit the White Sox to Join I Uncle Sam's troops In training. Although Jim hasn't been going well this year and probably would haTe not H&. pitched in the big series, he would have been In on a cut ot the big money when the division was made. Instead I ; he chose to Join Uncle Sat% H&. V^v' ALL THE MOST VALUABLE P F I <M& I . / ' .<3 \7&.i L- r_ i^UWAYi-V 35 - Tt*e. -O. BY PAUL PURMAN. I Who Is the most valuable man to; I his club iu the American league? I asked this question of an American I League umpire, who for obvious rca- j sons shall remain unnamed. "Kay Schalk. "beyond any question,' i he told me. "Without Schalk the White Sox are ! a different club, they play raggedly. I ! the pitchers work erratically. Out j i side of his mechanical playing Schalk ' j is a wonderful influence on a hall club" i Put on top of this Schalk Is :i won- j derful ballplayer, the brainiest, fastest j catcher In baseball today. There was a little incident at thej I Baseball At a Glance National League. Pittsburgh. St. Louis. 1. I Boston, 7; New York, 0. Now York. 2; Boston, 1. Philadelphia, 1; Brooklyn, 0. Brooklyn 7; Philadelphia, 2. Others not scheduled. Eleven innings. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. \V. I.. PecNew York S7 49 .640 1 Philadelphia 76 6* -St? | St. Louis 75 65 .51.1, Chicago 70 69 .504 'Cincinnati 69 70 .496 ] Brooklyn 6S 71 470 1 Boston 59 75 .417 i Pittsburgh 46 S9 .311 American League. [ New York. 13; Boston. 7. Washington. 2: Philadelphia, 1 Others not scheduled. Ten innings. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. W. I.. Pet Chicago 91 47 632 Boston SI 53 .604 Cleveland 75 63 .o43 New 5'ork 66 70 .515 Detroit 69 69 .SOU Washington 63 70 .474 St. Louis 52 S7 .374 Philadelphia 48 S6 .358 GAMES SCHEDULED TODAY'. I National League. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. New York at Boston. American League. Boston at New York. Chicago at Detroit (2). Cleveland nt St. Louis. Philadelphia nt Washington. Church League Game Postponed FAIRMONT. Sept. 14.?[Sporting Editor The West Virginian]?Local baseball fans will read wtih regret the postponing of the game scheduled to be played tomorrow between the Palatlne Baptists and Hopewell teams. On account o[ the approach of cold weather the players were very anxious to play their final game tomorrow de-1 elding who should hold first place, but the Baptist manager fearing defeat is planning to hold off playing until cold weather and then It would be impossible to play. As the teams now Btand the Palatine Baptists and Hopewell are tied for first place and great Interest has /GM THATS A S s '^PAINTIMCJ BEN #"4 MOW A CAT (.AMDS ON IT 9AWS WrlEN \T f ALLS "i"> ~?oe ti fr??a o? sterna UtlKwW; CAMSSe - -nr-^ ?????? BOWLING LAYER TO HIS TEAM WISHED TO BE A MAS IS7 \ >>10?6 MOTIONS THAffv. ,-k' A HULA-MUUA .- , L_p l r*l ?aul IXST TEv hi I - '^P* >-" => >*& Ha/ Schalk caught In action by Artlss ( Chicago Park the other day which r shows how he fields his position. h Schalk has Just missed a high foul 1 hall which twisted and eplraled in the air. v "I havo watched most every game he played in this park for years," com- mented a man in one of the boxes. This is the first time 1 ever say Schalk j, drop a foul ball." , it wasn't the first time Schalk had 5 dropped a foul, of course, but the oc- f casions have been so rare that it attracted more attention than if mar.; other catchers had dropped half c j dozen during the same name. Schalk. by the way, started out to j ,be a linotype operator and was an ac 1 I ? , been aroused for the final same. It was puhllshrd this morning that j the Baptists held first place and Hooc-J well second which was a mistake es 1 l.e forfeited game last week of ikt | aionongah Glass to Hopewell gives ] Hopewell and Baptists even. KD. WOLFE. Secretary League. li PERSONALS lil Miss Hazel McKinney went li Rieiv! wood this morning where she viiii teach school during the coming winter. Mr? E Tri-';ott liar returned front iiallcck v.hcro she had been the guest of relatives. Mrs. M. A. jolifo has returned from Mt. l.akc i'ark. Md., where she had spent several days. C. I.. Musgravc was a visitor at the | Clarksburg Fair yesterday. Mr. and Mrr. ('. B. Highland s.nent yesterday in Clarksburg where they j attended the fair. J. J. Itoss of I.ogan. arrived here yesterday to spend a week with Mrs. Koss who has been the guest of Mrs. Minor Dunham for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Hoss will go on a motoring trip from here to Washington and to points in Virginia. Mrs. J. M. Jaeobs and daughter Miss Jessie have returned from Mt. Lake Park. Md., where they had spent the week. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Colkitt of Indiana. Pa., aro the guests of their son. W. L. Colkitt of Second street. Industry Gives Delight. The very exercise of industry lmmedintely In itself is delightful and h.Hh fin lnnntft ooiic ?..? rereth nil nnnoyance and even ingrntlnteth tho pains going with it.?Isaac Borrow. LEAMAN 11 FLORIST Meredith 8t Bell 264 J. Cut flowers, funeral designs. Potted PlantB. wetxv tTs \ NT J /SO REAL t-r I jes" makes//WHAT * \ Mr MOUTH II SUNSET MAKE \ WATER 1/ I TOUR MOUTH \"T V- A V uJ&TEQ 2 ww. r I* f-" 2^ KMil / ^ ? 4 - - - - ' ? ? 'I * I " B0?? ? = j LINOTYPE OPERATOR 111,11 - ,,v T" v Slili I HHCBhTlMBTeR ? * APPEAR TO oV?Cc?< OP ^ iJildfe %"? -r (A? fl mi3 AR'Sj _ MOli_&^'l=_ ' irove at Chicago: istant around a printing office until is found minor league beseball more iterative. He started playing down In Taylorllle. 111., but lasted only about half a eason in that league being sold to dilwaukee. It took Ray less than a ear to show his calibre in Class AA lascball and he was purchased by Coniskey at a price said to have been 17.000. more than has ever been pair! or another catcher. | SAV1 By Ordering Your Clothi Our Price Se ESTABLISHED ^gtSg AfADC TO ORDER ^ Coat and Tri Place your order ear rush thai is sure to few days. You will then haveac est selection and ? whenever you need Here is a real oppor The United Wo ^ IXJOEMAR* 106 Mai squirrel f00i /oh* ts >t^v \ [supposed-r> \\ s I ee * suhset ' \ \ I 1 itrougwt ' j t ' \ <t was a ' / "; \ fried eg&'./ .. . - JNG x .d \ iasnioi ' u&k ^nSe* If tj averag fcw C-fr** Tm*a r.? I Insects Take Heavy Toll. Insects destroy a billion dollars worth of crops every year. The natural enemy of these noiious Insects Is the ' American snap bird. The boll weevil ' alone tnites $350,000,000 away from ' the cotton growers annually. The best possible antidote for the weevil Is the weevil's natural enemy, the ' bird. 1 = ii 1 i I 1 :$3 If 3s Now As We Advance pt. 21st To Dusers, $18. ly and avoid the big take place the last I Ivantage of the wid >et your garments them. tunity to save money OLW MELS Co. Pmidtnl in Street y?BY AHERN. ~s /ftWYHOW VoO Cf?MT i j DISCOURAGE ME ? ? A / V .... DeOCftATC I 1 I \TT IS P OTHER S You Dressed 0 le Question of t i be dressed out of season n, especially out of the $rooc No sane, wide-awake man v with fashion or common & or that means out of tune v Hartle>'s Men's Clo ts Customers Right ght with the times, and that keeping a man right with hi >r young men, men of years ut, stockily built men, for k ;e dimensions; for men of al ire ready with the suits and it as right can be. i\v All-Wool Suits and Over M. II [W teady ? Soldiers of One Army. "Are not all true men that live, or hnt ever lived, soldiers of the same irtuy. enlisted under heaven's enptain:y. to do battle against the same enetiy. the empire of darkness and wrong? Why should we mlsknow one another, Ight not agninst the enemy, hut against ourselves, from ntere dilterence of unl'orm? All uniforms shall he good, so :hey hold in them true, valiant men."? r*nv'v'??. rOTfc J 11 trpatm* tft\ ? unnatural discharges; * Bj painless,non-poisonous m Bill V ! and will cot stricture. RclleTesla 1 to 5 days. SOLD BT DRFOOISTS. 'arc?1- Post If desired- Price II, or 3 bottles 12.75, Prepared Lj rMH HVA*I?S CMP?. ??** ct\ rmicivMATi n. I Mclorter' 316 MAC Will Call For Yc Dyeing SENES Y09S FALL HEINZE Cleaners < CLARKSBU jflEMHUb MHB^^SBhBUH jmIW mm I MM MVMNpp EflJoHdUn I A "2 in 1 Shoe Polish" it made fo **2 in 1 Black" (paste) and "2 in 1 liquid); for White Shoes, "2 in **2 in 1 White Liquid" (liquid): for and "2 in 1 Tan Combination*' (pi lOc Black?Wh F. F. DALLEY CO. of New Yoi wnptwaroa? mi fa . 3 . NMiaBUUsaM i^jhen"i stop tb~\ /^to "think as how i some art guvs (^pvjllf get as high as J ? s3 per brush J ss^^stroke^/ \ i -.? -; caco- < " " ' ' '11% PORTS | ut of Season Is he Hour, Sir! is to be dressed out of i old fashion of common ants to be on the outs, ense, and least of all, with J rith things in general 1 thing Store Keeps I With Fashion is going a long way toimself. and middle-aged men; inky men, and men of 1 fancies and predilections I, depend upon it, they are coats, 815, 818, >520 and Store, First Floor? ^ New Fall V.).j* Shirts Ties Hats TRY A WANT AD ' No Change in Price Several r^opln have asked me If the I Marvel Kurnace has Increased In | price. I am glad to say that It ha* 1 not We can still sell It for $15.00 and $20.00. the Fame as last year. The price may have to be raised later, but : ; present I will take and fill order* at the old price i'nil me It you want one. Telophon* So. 211. | M. C. LOUGH, 402 Jacob* Butldlnf. K [ailing Co. 11 HSON ST. I >ur Cleaning and ! Work 1 ai r? n miRi* irarii HI HOW I I i &co. i md Dyers I rg, w. va. i I J t crery ooc. For Black Shoe*, Black Combination" (paateand 1 White Cake" feake) an <4 Tan Shoes, **2 in 1 Tan" (paste) istc and liquid). lite?Tan lOc I rk. Inc. Buffalo, N. Y. MEAN A AN PORTERS* I ^ /'now *T\ ( 6EOA6E-j g, \ HCME Of J flf "I S^ TtlftT'y'