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Umbers of Local Team
Cannot Leave Their
VMlto to aot excused from work.
fct'^MOoUdfttioa Cool Company bate
boja toon wll bo onAle to ploy Its
MmAoM (oas with Star City tomor(WW
MHiiuoap. Manager John McAteer
| vinnonaoed tils morning.
?' k patriotic celebration will be held
y at Star City tomorrow, and the bas?- j
L / hod aame was to bo one of the fea
ims. The captation of $e game
wM ho a disappointment to the memben
of both teams.
I! HE UK WI If
Popular Ball Player Expacts
to be ailed in Service
Leo King, outfielder for the PlttstmO
Plratee. has ended his baseball
oner until after the war, returning to
Fairmont on a late train last night.
Xtaf la registered under the Jurlsdic
tion of the Marlon coun'y draft board
Number 2 and Is expert in* a call to
the colora within the next month. Deelrlng
to epend a few tfc
friends and relatives in this -erion be
fore km departure, he has dlseratinue 1
kla work for the season with the Pitts
Till* season Kins: has hrd little Interest
In baseball and has I) on
lac tttttlo pleasure In his wor.?, 1.. -?
is a possibility that be may rat c iter
the tpme again, even after lie ha:
fulfilled his duties as a soldier.
Baseball at a Glance.
Pittsburgh, 3; Chicago, 1.
New York, *>; Brooklyn. 0.
Borrnn, *; Philadelphia, 4.
Philadelphia, 5; Boston. 4.
Clncinnati St. Louis, rain.
Standing of the Clubs.
Chicago 35 ir> ,6y6
New York 35 17 .07:
Boston 2S 27 .50!*
Cincinnati 23 2S .451
Philadelphia 25 20 .151
Pittsburgh :i 30 lis
Brook!:-n 21 an n
St. Louis ; IS 29 .295
Oemet Scheduled Todr;
Chlcegs at Pittsburgh.
Cincinnati at St. Lolus.
New York at Brooklyu.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Washington 4- \"r?- Vnrk 1
I Boston. 3; Philadelphia. 0.
Philadelphia. 2; Eostcn. 0.
Cleveland, 4; Chicago. 3; ten inStanding
of the Clubs.
Boston 35 24 .593
New York 31 23 .574
Cleveland 32 27 .342
Chicago 27 24 .529
Washington 29 3<) .492 >
Bt Louis 25 29 .453 I
Detroit 20 30 .4001
Philadelphia 21 33 .389 j
Games Scheduled Today.
Washington at Now York.
Philadelphia rt Horton.
Cleveland a' Chicago.
St. I.ouis at Detroit.
I Support Henry Ford
NEW YORK. Jim* 21.?Henry Ford
rin not receive the rnppart of the Itcpublican
state committee of Michigan
la Ma eandidacy for the United States
Sonata as suggested by resident Wilson,
according to a statement made
bars last night by John I). Manttum.'
ebalrman of the committee, after a j
conference with Will H. Hays, chair-'
fllan of the National committee.
Attorney Barnes to
g Report Next Week
I Attorney W Kenneth Barrio* today
race's <d word that he should report to
ji. Helena Training s'atidn. Norfolk.
V*.. en Friday of next week Mr \
Barns* will be a second das* seaman
In the naval reserve service.
Attorney Barnes Is straightening hi*
r 1ml matters out so that he cau leave
the efty next Friday. He la a son of
J, Walter Barnes, fuel commissi >ner
for the state .and was one of the popular
Four Mlntue Men of the city. He
him been very active In the Bible class
of rommlsslorer Ira L. Smith at the
Frrs'uyterlan church, and arranged the
j faaey axeellent lectures which the
claes bad here under their auspices.
The piriform recommended for the
I linn n? e' -'I -* '
.tat app*oarhin;; annual convention Int
piWle* p">po'^'5 for a 40 hour..' wcri:
SMurdsr helm: universal holl<la>
*:i inrreara of eld ape pensions to ?."> I
I nationalisation of all rain I
I ;-vj ;Hc fhs'.-ioa of all compulsion i I
I iJjr.v; r-rvir'. 1
By PAUL PURMAN. I
For the first time since its orgaai-'
zation the National Commission, base- (
ball s conrt of last resort, has been
Never, since the commission was
founded, some 18 years ago. when the
National and American Leagues de-J
cJfS not to war against each other.'
h$ a magnate taken issue with the
rulings of the body, until Connie Mar'*
or PhiladelDhia lanored the risht of
the commission to award the service*
of his young pitcher, Scott Perry, to
tb? Boston Braves, who had claimed
To sustain his position Mack has
brought suit in a Cleveland court and"
obtained a temporary injunction re -training
the National Commission
from Interfering with Pprry.
In this he is sustained by Ban Johnion.
president of the American League
and the only m?mher of the three-man
commission who dissented in the Per I
There can he only two concluslor
to the atfair. which i- the most ser.
situation baseball has faced since th
Federal League war.
(1) An open bretk between th
1 American and National I- ;ue with h
would result in the dissolu ion of the
National Commission, the converting
of the 18-year-old agreement between
the two leagues into a scrap of paper
and the abolition of the world series.
I (21 Mutual concesnlonr. or. the part
[ .if ho'h Mark and the Boston club by
I which the matter wsutd be amicably
One thing Is certain Mark will not |
' give up Scott Perry. Although the
wily Athletic manager will not be
' quoted on the matter, it is under:" ad
' Ihst he has the assurance of Ran Johnson
that Johnson and the American
I Lr affile magnates will use every effort 1
j to |?re\ ent Perry from being sent out of
The contention fn American T.earue
I circles is that the National Commission,
being made tip of two represen:
tstives from the National League and
r.io from the American League, favors |
ihe National Lctgne in question ; I
"here the affairs of the two leagues
The eth"r members of the roraralss
i t : ,e John K. Ten"r. president of
the National League, and Carry Herri!
n. president of the commission.
, and owner of the Cincinnati ball club,
j Perry was bought by the Boston
I' .th from Atlanta last year. Boston I
II iwtd to pay Atlanta |M# for the
r " it tr give perry a thirty-day tr.a'
: -<-i JO.OOO if he was retained lonr.er
er 17 days Perry wa; returned to
:ifa. Perry did not pitch for Bos.
on.-l else At .uto r-'iiK ln<l fn rtnlv 1
i tun I : * .1 , . - .....
i the National Commission to get its
[ MerV declares Hint the National
Cot mission, in Aur-'.!.-*. I'll", rnlo.l
that Boston had no ( tin cn ih"
rlayer. In March, 1918, Atlanta told
Terry t- the Athletic;-.
It v. as not until Perry had g.ue 1
thr "Ui the training re a rnd had]
phcS-I winning rhur.p hip games i
that Manager Stallinys t r.ime.1 ' j
VaK's contention is that if thai!-;
Irgs had a just cl? on Perry's se--!
vie a .and ren'l; wan *d h!iu. ho should j
1 r. e filed his claim before tho eeasoa
"Ti;.l;;rigs at In the grand stand In
o C'thlVti a .game el Jacl.soifvlllc
1 wctchcj Perry pitch for us In
re"'." M -rk told MS. ' lie knew I
a 1 Perry, hat made no claim on Km.
if he watched tho box sorai ha knew
that i erry wa s occupy.r.t a regular
plr.ee ors my pitching staff early in
April, but it was not until I had developed
Parry sad he showed signs of beeomln
a . " ad pi tber thr.t Stalllngs
put In his claim. I think Sta'linrs v. -.
von and 1 think the Na ional Cornmi
rion rulirg was unfair. 1 do not
proper o to givo Perry up. although
there t* no ona in br.scYi'l who i3 le o
dcxlrcut <% creating a troublesome
A *. _
LMeat in t-Tie
F--.1 rTuIatinns In hate's and restourer's
as outlined by the Nat' ia'.
'rod administration vent Into effect
yesterday and front no v on variations
from the f^uta'ions will 1c dealt
?ith aceo'dtny to the law. The rcr*'ations
stinulate that hcef can be
ri'VO'l in hotels and restaurants but
four meali per v.oek as follows:
Wednesday-Vcef stew, Hash or
Slfltitrrlav?Herf at pa- Hfl?h nr Rni!. i
Tbfi rpinlatlms however do rot Include
by product" r.uch as liver,
brains, ox tails, heart's tongues or
No rcstruetions are placed upon
pork and pork products such as ham.
sattMRe, bacon, and liver.
Scott Perry, center of threat*
\merican League. an-i Tin ?J.cV
sion. an<l John K. Tencr. p. - W :nt X
This sale is put on a!
'* nrluence the people
get the full benefit o
government in consei
By ordering a ccat i
yen are practically g
Palm Btacb Coat
Mohair Coat ar
mm* rt -
FRECKJ ES AND HIS FR1
m I'M ?ow r 'iomI "
UILE IM GONE VOO CLEAAI X?
1 TUE Pit OEM AM' TUE ( c
TABLE AW TUECOV SUED \ ,w
, AW ALL TUE OTUEfc, r- . ( _
<~^l SUfcDS^.. y~J ^^7*
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L Too. 1 J H
A SMACK HOLD
ir.^^Mi ^Hfc.. Hfl
^ynBM^KB^K/?$ f Jr
ei'pil bareball * tr and oppo in* fprtlonr.
;. p-j ?r *t'ni lie*; below, Garry llcmaan
Jfj ] J p ? n
ACII & WCKA
lade To Order By
w Woolen k
f / /
V..V DL-fiiAFK |
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*!.??. if Of ?"
i.v k a %B* ww kit^liWIbJj
t the beginn* go? the hct su:
to order thes satisfactory fat
f cool aumni .arments and ti
rving the Vvo . stock of the co
md tvro pair -: trousers of th
ett'ng two s .is for the price
and Two Pa;r cf Trousers, 3
id Two Pair of Trousers, $19
WADE-Ma r" -
, Corasr C r.-alani
[ENDS?(NOW HE KNOW S V.
*M0f4 sir our I
TH' PASTURE - J r-^ **
/ M !J
\bave, Ban Johnson, pre-.idont- '
n, president Nation.il CoramlsFREE
r ' 1
it j c a n
+ f s - f,
it.j isi !
mm:r season to
fcrics in time to
hereby asart eur
e same r.\
!11 and $12.
r^FS AiiE)?by b:
( Q\HHE MV R0N6Y/
vw sonma quit cD^g
AV L MATTER?^
.n . .
Magnitude of Thompson
Coal Land Transaction
Shown in Expense Bill
rNIONTOWN, Pa. June St.?DtalositUn
of $3 797.472 45 it shown in the
chedule filed with Referee in Bankup'.cy
J o. Carroll of the tale of 1.100
icres ot Oroene county coal by the
rusteis in bankruptcy of Jotlah V.
fhomp. un, to the H. C. Frick Coke
orapnny. The schedule of dlstribuIon
viii bo presented shortly to the,
nited States District Court at Pitts ]
iurgli for approval. The court hat ,
.lreadv confirmed the sale and dl
i-cted the transfer of the title.
The magnitude of the sale Is re I
eale 1 by some of ihe minor Items
rhlctt appear upon Ihe schedule. It i
ike jr.67 . in revenue stamps alone .
o convey the deeds to the property.
T..-1. ?- *?'
ftiusi uuw a man s htm
"I? it cool?" It certainly i
Weather Suit. Th?y are a
rner breeze, and net one
Kool Cloth. Palm Bea
Of every kind. The
kind of hats you know
are right this season.
AH fresh, new, fashionable.
$2.00 to $6.00
For men and boys. Every
new style, every color
and combination, every
size?two and onepiece
75c to $6.50.
Otbsr Hot W
Neckwear, 50c to $2.50.
Soft Collars 20c and 25c.
Silk Hose 60c to $5.00.
Boy's Every Clothing
) < t OOWT UW
/ BUT IT *km
Av_ clean TW
I BEE U WE I
The trustees of the estate, subject to
a mir.or revision. will receive a eon- I
mission of 1 per cent., amounting to
<"?*! " Thi i will ho divided equal V
Iv among Trustees George B Schrug- 1
ham. Attorney I). M. Hcruoa nod H.
M Hit?, the latter of Katnnont. Ref.
eree Carroll's commission will total J
I the s irac figure. $37.9?4 73. 1
Attonwn' f.-o* alone are maaaed 1
ntor two items. On? figure tbo firm I
of Gupgeuheim. I'ntermyer and Mar
t>hall ot New York, la asking tor
I tIS.OOo for services rendered to thn
receivers and the creditors' committee 1
prior to the trusteeship. The second
sum. ft.S.MS. represents the biU ot I
I flre law Hma, including the Gucen- I
heim. I'ntermyer and Marshall Interests
under the t.w-^v..-r. ?erMfl*
co?ts are ant down at St.393 (a. I
while for postage, advertising and
incidentals. ?4 sit was expended. I
The hulk of the schedule is divided
Into payment of the mortgage holders,
u-if h intAMbat T?*db?
?e . '
The article* of association of the
Christian Advent Society of Brlmftetd
Ma**, drawn In ISO", were hut Wetitly
filed in the registry of dead*
Throuth *onte inadvertence at the
time the pap"r* were not recorded, aa
was required under the statute.
question about a suit ifr?
is, if it is a Hartley Warm
11 cool and light as a sumhas
a lining to add to its
ch, Silk' Mohair, Tropical
Silk Shirts |
Now is the time youH I
want Silk Shirts. They I
come in white, pink, blue I
lavendar and the most 11
beautiful color combina- I
$5.00 to $10.00 II
Give your feet gome
consideration. They desefve
the best care you
can give them. Our
1 11 3 / Mi
coot- wen maae summer I
oxfords measure up to I 1
your idea of real com* I
fort and satisfaction. 1}
$5.00 to $8.00
Silk Caps, *1.0041.50, !
leather Belts 50c-$L50.
White Cotton and Serge
Need Supplied Here. ^ ?|