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| LATE I wine ran wins I MSTMMf Defeated Mid-West Last Evening By a Score of Seven to One. A. victory over the Mid-West team last evening at South Side park put the rejuvenated West Virginian tribe a notch higher In the league standing. The scalp tor the printers yesterday Due to the fact that some of the evening makes the tilth consecutive victory. Mid-West players were a lltle late In getting on the field, the game was delayed a few minutes. McDougal, a now man, formerly with the Owens ' team made his appearance for the Mltf 2 West yesterday evening and itarted | the pitching. Hamilton showed up, before many Innings had been played and worked on the mound for the rest of the game. t Both pltcners did good work, allow- t lng but five hits In till, the saino i number made by the Mid-West team ! off Parker. The score. < west vrao. ab h h r, a e ?i Stewart, m 2 1 1 0' 0 On Knight, ss 3 2 1 4 2 1 Toothman, 2b ,. 3 1 2 3 3 0 ' Barnes, lb 1 2 0 6 0 1 1 Travis, c ... 2 0 0 6 0 0 1 Watklns, If ...? 3 0 1 1 0 0 I Snoderly, 3b 3 0 0 0 3 0 Boehm. rf. 3 110 0 0 Parker, p 3 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 23 7 6 20 9 2 MID-WEST ab r h P a e Funk, ss 4 0 0 1 1 0 - Elliott, 2b 3 0 0 0 0 O f Hamilton, o 4 0 0 6 1 1 1* I Eanglell, 3b 1 0 0 0 0 1 | E f.B: Carpenter, p ....2 0 0 1 3 0> McDougal, p & 3b 3 0 1 0 0 01 i. Kterrifleld, lb 2 0 0 4 0 0! Curry, m 3 1 1 4 0 0 1 MjHtMUn. rf :: 3 0 0 0 0 1 j I "Totals 28 1 4 17 5 3 e ^..Stewart out interfering with field- 'g er'flelding ball. 11< j Mldr West 000 100 0?1!? West'Virglnian 300 130 x?7:n . Two,base hit, Curtis. Doublo plays e it H. Carpenter to Merrlfield. Hits ofr i a 1 McDougal, 2 in 1 Inning: off Carpen- ? tor, 4 in S Innings. Off Parker 4 in i Innings. Struck out, by McDougal l , tTravis); by H. Carpenter 5 (rarker . |T;S. Boehm, Travis); by Parker, 6; Hj t Clliott 2, Langell, Mastln, H. Car- ? i tcr) 'Sacrifice fly, Barnes. Hit by 5 pitcher?by Parker Elliott; by H. * ' Carpenter, Stewart. First on balls off McDougal 1 Barnes; off Parker 2; BJtCFunk, Merrifleld). First base on;P errors, West Virginian 2. Stolen bas- o t m?Funk, Elliott, Curtis, Stewart. S I Eoothman, 2, Boehm. Umpire C. B i The Baseball Card - City League Today. '< Monongah Glass vs. Mining 11aI ohlnery at S. S. Park, 2 p. m. ' Wholesalers vs. Watson Bldg. at c I S; S. Park, 4 p. m. Tomorrow's Schedule, Monongah vs. Idamay at Traction Park. 2.30 p. m. J Consumer Fuel Co. vs. Pittsburgh \ I Collegians at Blackshere park, 3 p. m. y Graselll (Clarksburg) vs. Carolina v [ at Carolina, 2:30 p. m. \ I.uimberport vs. Klngmont at King- ? Hawover's*' Gap vs. Smithfield at a I Smithfleld. 2.30 p. m. Unknown uantity r in Carolina Game a I be played at, Carolina Sunday after- ^ I noon at 2:30 p. m. between the CnrI ollna and Graselli teams, the latter KOf Clarksburg. 1 Little le known of the visiting team I as they have played no baseball In I Marlon connty this season. The manI agar of their team has told Manager I Hlte of Carolina that they have a 1' fast team and of course Manager Hlte [ Will not dispute his word until after the game word. "The Carolina team will have their I usual fast line-up Into the gaime and I, that Is sufficient to say that the vls (tors will "have to come across with Boreal game to make a good Bhowt. ~l , IT'S MATCHLESS. Ton do not need to fuss and worry K.wlth the trouble, dirt and danger of K matches If your home Is equipped with If electric lights. The actual match cavII lag may not be much, but the dlfferI ence In light, "Oh. Boy!" and it will Kbe still better If you let us do your |? Wiring. Fairmont Electric .Service K| Co^ phone 1226. 1 HERE'S MIQHTY GOOD CANDY1 Just ^received fresh from the 11 i ii i hi i canuy-niaiierB ve or Bf?r "Lady Helen" chocolate covered L-Cherriee or Jumbo Almonds, worth (LOO, tor 69c the pound. And "Lady Bntartal" chocolate cherries or aseortI ed chooolates, worth 80c, are only i 49c the pound. SATURDAY ONLY! | Taliroont Fhanmacy. "Watso* Hotel >r,- a # i K -BX1DE" STORAGE BATTERIES. ( Ttbe "Exlde" automobile batteries taw fast beoomtng acquainted In thU fatty. There la a battery for every ttDOdel and make of car. Among auto^^ iflaa .Mndnn^ vWi Mia "t'T im" EdWac. He KNIOHT ELBCl. at 231 Jefferson street, are baton in this section for the ' This Ann also repairs all batteries. Use an TEXTDK" ^Tetapfaane n&j" rJla7R<xl ?? _________________ j? DEVELO ? PHILADELP When they're too old to play ball t1 hey oftentimes can be held to teach 1 ho youngsters. Evidently Connie ; J lack is starting another baBeball j ilndergarten. He Is collecting about j ilm aged stars of the diamond. Con- < lie Is not running an old soldiers'; < MEMS ID CONSUMERS ill i h jireat Battle Promised at Blackshere Park Tomorrow Afternoon. 1; Again tomorrow the Consumei \ J "uel Company team will make an | ffort to defeat tne Pittsburgh Colle- | ians, and It will not be out of order; ) say that the Guy tribe will have to 3 ut up a real game of ball if they i ant to win. The game will be play- a d at Blackshere park tomorrow i ftemoon and many Fairmont fans 1 re expecting to attend. The Consumer team bus not forgot- 1 ?n the defeat which the Collegians 1 an ? them last Sunday at Black here park and if a victory Is possiblo ( ir'the Consumer organization, they 1 rill ept it tomorrow. Monday evening the Idamay team efeatod the Collegians at South Side . ark by a 5-4 score In twelve Innings, ut had to play classy baseball to ' et away with the victory. Manager Rothlisbergcr of tho Conumor team is expecting a record reaklng crowd at old Blackshero j ark tomorrow to see the kig contest, j, CITY LEAGUE. t, Yesterday's Result. , West Virginia 7; Mid-West 1. Games Today. Mining Machinery vs, Monongah llass. Wholesalers vs. Watson Building. 1 Standing of the Clubs. t Won Lost Pet. t lonongah Glass 11 0 .1000 ! > Vatson Building .... 10 2 .833 t '. M. M. Co 8 5 .015 j Vholesalers 7 5 .583! Vest Virginian G 9 .400j 1. & O 5 11 .312 1 ( Iwcns 4 10 .2SG t lid-West 3 12 .200 j ( In the Department Store, t Tho Shopper?Where can 1 get some t luffs? < The Floor Walker?C?ream, pow- ' ] !er, hair or cigarettes? jj EVERY TIME PECK SWA1 HE TAKES ^ ROGER AND THE TW < With sine leather so high It is nc swatting the ererimstfaix daylight out sees s sUoe of world's series dough li footgear for his kiddles throngh the i gas man, if his team cope. Soger's he Tank sze ylsyiig there the two Btt THE WEST VIRGINIAN ? PMENTS" EHA A BASEBALL KTSTl ljESS&i ^BB?alst?C $k kViLi-' \ Wgk mmm.wmmas ..a lome. He's not that liberal. So there s only one answer. Connie Is golnf o attempt development of a new jatch of stars. Connie now has Harry Davis, ar ild lieutenant of pennant days; Padly Livingston, old-time catcher, ant Sport Chatter By Tlio Onlooker. It looks like June vs. Itosenbaum a Traction park tomorrow afternoon. Lamp where the? Glover's Gap tcan s now on tile baseball map?going* t< day Smithfield. Leo Iilng, the Idonougah boy wht las b_en warming the bench for Mana;er McGraw of the New York Giants iroke into a game yesterday as : ilncb hitter. Maston, genera! manager of flit >Iid-\Vest boa company, and also rlghl ielder on their baseball team, make: i better manager than a baseball playt?like somo other managers of tht cague In that respect. Collegians play at, Crafton today ["he Consumer team doubtless hope: hat Barrett does the pitching over ai Itafton and that Gelib, the man vrlic lilclied against ldamay, works tomorow. The City league managers hav< ixi d the 4 o'clock rule such that fan; vlll bo able to see not more that hrce innings alter a possible tie game it 4 o'clock. Going some, when it takes a $25 forfeit to get a team to keep their prom se to show up for a baseball game vlgmont has a good team this seasor u,u should trim the Harrison count} line tomorrow. BASEBALL AT SMITHFIELD. Sunday afternoon the Glover's Gar laseball team will journey over tc -ui n nimui wueiu nit* win piay I lit imitlifielil team. The Glover's Gay earn is all set for a victory anil will nal.o the Smltkfield team play real mil to win. ? IT'S A Git HAT EVENT. The offerings at our Semi-Annual Clearance sale represent prices so low hat it will be impossible to ever dutlleate them for the same Rood gradct )f Men's Suits. Shoes, llats, ShirtE ind other Wearing Apparel.. Come tc :his Great Sale while there is plenty jf stock from which to choose. Deitz'i Leader Shop, 219-221 Madison St.? kav. X A BALL A SWAT AT OLD H .C. L * j/f* ^5*501 \ 1 H I to Pecks Jars a seat of honor an tha 9 IN THE 1 )ERGARTEN? ? ! Tfiprv Turner rAMn* Plovalanfl no a* , Greater Fairnw | Com] PHONE 295-R. n ? The Backbone of \ You will find' the economical, as a sma keep your vegetable* wholesome and appet A telephone call to the Ice to your refrigi CITY ICE < M. M. FOSTER, PHONE* Office: Merchant t ;! off who servoil many years In the in' field of the near-champs. In these days of athletic gloom it is consoling, at least, to he surrounded 11 by the stars of old who remember the "| better days when Mpck and Mb ath11 letes constantly were In the limelight. iliifisT MD Fill. TODAY t ' At 2 i). m. the Monongah Glass and 1 Mining Machinery teams will play: 1 j baseball at South Side park and one j lOC the very best games of the season >! is anticipated. The Glassmakers have been going [ at a rapid pace this season and are determined to push the Mining Machinery out of their pathway this af-. ' tcrnoon. The Mining Machinery is i confident that tney can turn the tallies on the league leaders and are ' coming out to the park this afternoon to do it. The second game of the afternoon I ; I beginning at 4 p. m. will bo between' '|the Watson Building and the Whole-; [ i calera. The Wholesale are playing ] I good baseball and should Iia nhio-to give the Watson Building a good game. I ' , '! 1 ! ; Now Is Your 'i !' to select a locatioi home in the grow: City, with all th? '; iences, and wher properties is con upward. We hav erties and offer able terms. Maki , to investigate th: | portunity and we business to serve I i LOCAL SI mnliiiri GAME TUMI 1 Second of Annual Series to' Be Played at Traction Park. When Umpire Clyde Toothman calls "Play Ball" at Traction Park tomorrow afternoon the Idamay and Monongah teams will take the field i for the second of their three annual i baseball games. The game la sche- i dnled to begin sharply at 2:30 p. m. The keenest rivalry Is always; manifested between Idamay and Monongah due to the fact that both teams have been strong for the past several yoars and have been the op- ' ponents of each other In their fight for the Marlon county championship. iShould either team win the game tomorrow and then turn around and lose all their remaining games of the season would feel that their 1919 ' baseball season had been a successful one. Several weeks ago the Idamay team came to Traction park for a game and was defeated by a small margin In an unusually good game. Tombrrow the Idamay team will be at Its best as wj)l the Monongah nine, In an effort to cop the game. Those Girls. TT?I 1 J- "J ' IICICII, UUW UU )UU L1JU1K. 1U 1UOK it I covered my ears with jny hair? 1 think you'd look all right, dear. But Yea? Have you enough hair??Tit-Bits. SUNDAY EXCURSION Round Trip, $1.70 Including War Tax TO WHEELING SUNDAY AUGUST 3rd. SPECIAL TRAIN 1 Leaves FAIRMONT AT 7:55 A. M. See Flyers?Consult Ticket Agents : BALTIMORE & OHIO i i Opportunity j n for your future | j ing section of the jj e City convene the value of ' j tinually creeping e just such propthem at reason- jl i it your business is wonderful opwill make it our you. I >nt Investment pany j Fairmont Hotel Building. I E88kHBB' our Summer Food use of our Ice very ' ill quantity of .it wil) ^ meats, eta, very izing. K our office will -bring erator. COMPANY General Manager. J 898-399 iid Goff Streets. 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