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ll x LATE
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r IIIIVIIIbH I WIIMIM
! IN THE till LEAGUE
jj Railroaders and Bottle'
makers Put Up a Splendid
Exhibition.
.. Heal baseball featured the garni
last evening between Owens and tlx
8. & O., which resulted In the scon
being tied. 2-2, at the end of the
seventh, when it was necessary t<
tall the game because of darkness
Ollmore had a snade the best of tlx
pitchers battle, allowing the Oweni
boys but three hits while five wer<
secured from the famous Poe.
Iff lutj iiuiruuutia urew liraL uiuuu
getting their two runs in the second
Belt first up hit safely and Macka:
Tollowed with a hit. Shrlver ant
Mills each sacrificed, scoring the
* two runs. Gilmore was safe on firs
(>n an error but Madden filed out re
tiring the side.
In the fourth the Bottle Makers tlet
the score. Steel struck out after
which B. Boise was safe on first whei
gladden dropped his fly in left. A
Bunner was safe on first when Shrlv
;dr booted his Infield hit. J. Bunne;
bit safely and E. Boice BCored. Con
ley and DeBolt struck out and thi
side was retired. Both teams madi
bids for runs In the remaining innings
both getting men as far as third, bu
neither could score.
The score:
B. & 0 AP. R. H. P. A. E
Madden, 1 4 0 3 0 0
, Travtes, 2 3 0 0 3 1
Kreurenberger r, ... 2 0 0 0 0
Hawkins, r 2 0 0 0 0 I
O. Bolce c 2 O 1 9 1
Belt, m 3 1 0 0 0 I
Maekey, s 3 1 2 1 1
Rhrlver, 3 2 0 0 1 1
Mills, lib 2 0 0 5 0 i
Gilmore, p 3 0 1 1 1
: Totals ... 26 2 7 21 6
I OWENS AB. R. H. P. A. E
Steele, 3 3 0 1 3 1
E. Bolce, lb 3 1 1 6 1
|E A- Bunner, s 3 1 0 3 1
3 Bunner, c ..2 0 1 4 1
; Moran, 1 3 0 0 2 1
Conley, 2 3 0 u 1 1
DeBolt, m 3 0 0 0 0
White, r 1 0 0 0 0
.Wagner, 2 2 0 0 1 l
Foe p 3 0 0 1 1
; Totals 26 2 *3 21 S
; p. & 0. 020 000 0?
OWENS 000 200 0?
? Sacrifice hits, Shriver. Trav'es
;Mllls; Btolen bases Mills, Madden, J
v.' ;Bunner, Steele, Belt; lilt by pitcher
ffijy Gilmore 1, J. Bunner;; left oi
oases, B. & O. 7, Owens 4; first basi
on errors, B. & O. 1, Owens 3; fir3
on balls, off Poe 1 Gilmore 0; strucl
cut by Poe 4, by Gilmord 7: hits ap
portioned off Gilmore 3 In 7 innings
'of Poe 7 In 7 innings; passed balls
J.-Bunner, G. Boice; umpire R. Long
attendance 150; time 1.35.
Comakers Will Play
Printers Tonight
. ; Mid-West and the West Virginian
clash tonight at South Side Park am
T a good game is promised. Mld-Wes
- ,1s going to fight to get out of th<
cellar ipoBltion and the Printers ar
determined to start a winning streak
; The usual strong attraction for to
morrow afternoon is expected t
bring out a record bunch of fans, A
two p. m. Mining Machinery and Mo
Inongah Olass cross bats and whei
that battle is ended the fight start
all over again when Watson Buildin
and the Wholesalers come togethei
. Idamay is Preparing
for Laor Day Games
two game series with Clarksburg a
Clarksburg Sunday and Labor Da;
and when the Ida May tossers leav
for the Harrison county Invasion the
will be in top of the season form
The Clarksburgers paid Idamay th
compliment of selecting its team t
be the attraction for their big Labo
Day game and the fans are promise
jjy * real diamond battle.
Norwood Team to
Play at Idamaj
It is doubtful if there is anothe
learn in the county which has a bette
record than the Idamay team in th
number of games won thlb scusot
Idamay has been very active, playin
every Sunday and having played
number 01 games on week day:,
r The team this year under the man
agement of "Port" Knight has playe
a total of seventeen gamesjmd of thi
. 'number they have lost but foui
Twelve games have been won nnd on
game earlier in the season tied wit
the Norwood park baseball team c
Clarksburg,
gj f The Norwood team of Clarksburi
the same team which has defeated th
TTI?1 ~
yuusuuivi ruej L'uujjjauv run? IW1C
rJ this season as well as most of the oth
er stronger teams In thl.i taction c
the state has proven easy money fc
3 the Idatnay outfit. Four games hasbeen
played between the two team:
three of which have been won by Ida
'nay and the fourth tied.
IT IS THE END OP *1 POUBLE
W'ueu the right pair ot glasses ar
worn for the good of ailing eye:
? Nothing else will give relief, bccausi
?nothing else will bring light to a focu
where It thonld be. Light lmproperl
focussed Is what Is wrong with mos
hUlng eyes. Bring your eye trouble
to us. A. B. Scott, Optometrist an
'.ribptlcian, corner Jefferson and hi at
3PSS
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SMS ill WEI
. Men's Singles Will Be Opened
Tuesday
Evening.
s Monday of next week Is Labor Day
, and for that reason the Y. M. C. A.
tennis tournaments will not start until
s Tuesday, September 2.
i The first tournament to be held Is
) that of the singles for men which will
begin Tuesday evening. Entrants will
' be drawn and matched up for the tour!inament
before that time in order that
* the tournament may start as sched
uled.
There has been quite a bit of Interest
manifested In the singles for men
. and a number of the better players of
' the city have already affixed their
1 names to the registration list at the
"Y." As expected most of the better
t players were among the first to get
- their names on the list, although It is
feared that there are other good ones
1 holding back to the very last.
All those desiring to enter should
i see to it that their names are put on
. the list some time this week If they
. want to be sure of getting a place in
r the tournament. This applies to both
. the men's singles and the tournament
, of mixed doubles.
\ Some of the better players who have
' already registered for the singles in{
elude Paul Fleming who Is said to be
a very competent player; Edward S.
Winfree, another tennis player of
ability, and II. W. Lamor, another clev
| er player. Carlyle Small, who has
; quite a reputation locally as a tennis
J fiend, Is entered in the tournament as
~ well as Samuel Rock, his side partner,
'j Rock and Small, It will be romember!J'
ed, captured the double tournament
'l which was held last spring between
the members of the various high school
| classes. William Lehman Is also entered
In the tournament and Is ex"
pected to make a good name for him"
self. Then there is the signature of |
' 11. L. Clevett, physical director of the j
j Y. 11. C. A., who should be a good ten - i
j nis player if he is not. Clevett Is put- |
^! tine on the tournament and the wlnning
of a trophy or two would well |
0 pay him for the time he has spent in
1 i organizing the tennis players.
l\ ~
j.- tii
) jDtJiifciirtJ lu nay
j the Consumers
- i
I Manager Rothlisbergcr, of the Con- |
7 sumers hall team at Downs, has made!
-'arrangements for a game with the.
" Bellaire, Ohio, team on Blackshere j
I park Sunday afternoon beginning at
' 3 o'clock.
i 'this promises to be one of the best'
' 'games seen at Blackshere park this
1' season. The Buckeye players are a
II strong organization and they have
11 been playing fast ball this year.
* The Consumer team will get In
-jshapo to re3lst a real attack and It is J
M expected that there will be a large
. {turnout at the game.
'Carolina to Play
j Monongah Sunday
j
j Carolina la to play Monongah at
31 Traction Park Sunday, the game be-i
j! ginning at 3 o'clock, and the fans are
ti looking forward to a rather unusually
, Interesting game.
3 Bobby Hood will play with the Car:
olina aggregation and there Is more
than a possibility that there will be
Q other new faces in the line up, all of
t which will add to the uncertainty and
. general interest of the contest,
l 1 1
CITY LEAGUE
g
Yesterday's Results.
B. & 0. 2, Owens 2.
I
Game Today,
i ! West Virginians vs. Mid-West,
Standing of the Clubs.
,t W. L. Pet
. Mntinweeh nioe? 1 C ? OQA
1,1 uvuviiba" utoos u .oov> :
e Watson Building ....16 3 .8421
y F.. M. M. Co 14 6 .700 !
. Wholesalers 10 9 .626
e B. & 0 8 14 .364:
0 West Virginian 7 14 .3331
r Owens 5 16 .250
il Mid-West 4 17 .190'
William Parry Lehman and Samuel'
Rock left today for Washington. D. C., i
where they will spend several days, i
They will be guests of Glen A. Leh-1
T man while there.
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. =(DOVOU|=_ r.
> FAST
1 %# WHITE
i Chieftain
5j frCV /hoe
h! .SnJ " Drexrintf
IE WEST VIRGINIAN, FAI
PMENTS
thFpoor^gi
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Sharon, Pa. Swept
By Costly Blaze
SHARON, PA., Aug. 29.?Fire,
which for a time threatened to sweep
the entire business section, destroyed
five buildings and damaged several
others here this afternoon. The loss
is estimated at a quarter of a million.
The blaze of undetermined origin,
broke out in a three story building
in State street occupied by Wallis
and Carley, contractors and spread
to adjoining structures. Other buildings
burned were occupied by C. H.
YOU M
n ?* a it-**
CLtAK :
OF $10
On Every UNITE
Or Overcoat
THIS IS DUE TO
Our tremendo
direct from the m:
The economic
production, throi
our garments in c
efficiently operate
Our plan of
product, direct to
own stores.
Because of the enormo
we do, on a very smal
can and do tailor
CLOTHES to your on
retailer can today buy
of equal quality at wb
The United Wc
^ TRADE-MAR,
Main Street, Corner
(At the
?H??BMW???w??ni
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 refrig
CITY ICE C
M. M. FOSTER,
PHONES
Office: Merchant z
RMOM ^ RIDAY EVENII1
IN THE
ROUNDKEEPER
Veager and Co., dry goods, the Sharon
College of Commerce. McCrorery
Five and Ten Cent Store and S. A.
Kennedy, tailor
To every child having a hundred
freckles or more, a Rockford, 111.,
movie house Is offering a free matinee
ticket for a performance of "Freckles,"
a dramatization of dene StrattonPorter's
novel.
House-building Is being hastened
in London with the end of a machine
that turns out a solid concrete block
21x12x3 Inches, each minute.
/IMF A
r*m mlL-^ r?
SAVING
TO $15
D WOOLEN Suit
Yon Order
us buying power,
ills.
i
:s we effect in
igh tailoring all
)ur own modern,
:d shops.
selling our own
you, through our
i
us volume of business !
I margin of profit, we
UNITED WOOLEN
der, at less than the
ready-made garments
olesale.
|
iolen Mills Co. \
idn, President
K
Cleveland Avenue
Bridge.)
Tour Summer Food
use of our Ice very
ill quantity of it will
5, meats, etc., very
izing.
our office will bring
erator.
COMPANY
General Manager.
3 398-399
ui3 Goff Streets.
4G, AUGUST 29, 19IV
or Why Tennis Is .
n
YOUNG Men who are
need a second look
NEW FA 1,1, HATS ALE
HEADY 4
Style's the thing nowadays in I
Hats; you want to be sure
it's-right in yours.
c =
j/moBoaaaaBa^immmi
pug. 30--SA
|j Winchester Smokel
12 and 16 Gauge
S Ew1 Hamilton 22#calibr
'f>. |i Steven's single she
IS f and 32 $C C
:v I calibre
i ^ I Steven's 22 calibre,
I shot rifle
% I 25?20?32 and 38
I Winchester & Marl
^ I \uto-Lite carbide 1
with extra bottom
i* *
II If it's a diamond ring you
| want, we have them from
| $5.00 to
$1,000
| Over 400 rings to selecl
from.
0
JEWELER I
1
J; Liberty B
'ORT WC
So Popular
a ^ II GITTA A
DA, feXERC
up in what's going on in ti
to recognize the thorough qi
IF
<5
Ik*
Skillfully
win you ins
. // breasters
JA smart plaii
M and sport 1
.1 Just on
"7rw-i they're top
/1 |r.j good clothe
' ?red and t
ggrsS^ ment of go
colorings t<
You'll ha
clothes wht
i *
FURDAY ONL
less Shells, Q?r.
t/UV
e to OC Single ban
ejector sho
)t rifles 22?25 Winchester
Oto $11 00 shot
I'll.VU Special pri
16 f\0 Double bai
shot ^
calibre $9? Double bar
in rifles gun
lamps <t1 HO Daisy Pum
^i.UU model air
'VJf IPSON'J
311 MADISON STREET,
londs Accepted At Market 1
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I
jgapt ^ ^
ie style world, will not j
lalities of these
iWEST
'ALL
WITS 1
,j
designed moHels that
stantly; the new double
in many variations; .
1 types; waist seams
Delters.
e glance will tell you
notchers among really
s. They are finely tail- S
here is a great assorted
wool fabrics in new
j select from.
ve a new notion of good I
:n you see these at
15.00 Upward.
l!
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WE'VE SHOES
for the man who "does
things"; we've shoeB for the
young man who goes the
limit. '
lT-Aug. 391
Per Box|
rel automatic $9.85 s
tguns m
repeating hammerless % .
$in nn a4
ce g s
reel, hammerless $25 :S I
rel, hammer $15 "p a I
p_ and Military $3.501 I
rifle '? ?4? v 1 ^
-?
gin watch bracelets, i J
anteed 20 year gold
$17.50 ijj
I'
s broker!

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