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Ir he coming, game'with lame. Friday"Wanning Hal battle In which ShtansIgton Buffered several ml ies to various players Frl It ii=considered doubtful Hdl ot them recover In time Hune with Fairmont Satur|handloepped . by' weight he two, teams meet, since ^Jed that Fairmont will out1;' "l" be overcom, ^Ept^from-Fairmont peo^ ra ln particular have the Hie 'some obstacles to /In the .way of eleven i ^Boothall nlavers represent I secret practice bat those offtJt. the team will 'park until the (Saturday, but ' one of the hardid physical cont last Friday In Bton.when dust teep them from ..up to mid-sea- , ibles were fre- , -of each team.p re will be ellmlisslble this week ; sis of the game , ' stressed, since | vese made Frl- | ot hare cropped , ring the season. ' syers who star'- ] sot doubt he rel- i s this week, and i the bench next i i' whistle blows, substituted dur- i game showed ) omi Hug iuc MKSStv'i w. a. Bucltey, W. W. rfatterlleld J. Llna J8 t t ARRESTED AGAIN H}TON. Oct J.?Arthur night by on a liquor n before Mayor J. Wt tor trial. This IA|ml off. o for Youat, Rcted it will mean a'sen* I Bverlng advertiaementa, 1 ^Bk i?w It In The Wwi I - d Mannington Personals | Glenn Norman spent Sunday rlth bta mother here. . jSS Roy Cooley and William Muriby returned home from Morganown where they have been workng and spent the week-end at heir homes here. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. 81ater moored to Fine Bluff Sunday after-; loon. Miss Betty Cuddy, Miss Isobel lhaffey, Gordon Johnson, and Gillert Campbell of Elklns were meats of Mr. and Mrs. Altle C. Itha over Sunday. Miss Sue Slater has returned to ler school at Pine Bluff after ipendlng the week-end at her tome here. Walter Price spent the weekmH with Via navonte U'llnnnlno. 'MU "HU UID |/UIC1IW ill >uauuiugon. Miss Pauline Turner and Kenleth Snodgrass uttended the foot)all dance at Fairmont Saturday light. Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Hite atended the dance at the Masonic remple in Fairmont Saturday ivening. Miss Mary Spencer was a buslless visitor In Fairmont Saturday. H. D. Satterflold was a business rlsitor in Mannington Saturday. Ed' Hunter was home from W. 7. U. for the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Swiger were suests of the former's parents in Fairmont Sunday. Mrs. E. Keely was the guest of Vlr. and Mrs. Wesley Scott in rloughtown Sunday, and was latir taken by auto the First Christen Church for the evening service. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bartlett ind Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jepson notored to Washington Sunday. RURAHchers 1ETJATURDAY Various Phases of Instruction Discussed at Conference in ManningtonMANNINGTON. Oct. 2.?The 3rst general teachers' meeting tor the rural districts was held In the high school auditorium Saturlay ,with, forty-five of the fortySight teachers present. The first period was used by Vliss Ora Leatherman, supervisor jf penmanship, to instruct the leachers in the use and method of presentation of material being sent out to the various schools, rhis is the second year of Miss Weatherman's work in the rural1 listrlcts. and It is her aim to make this season's work even more profitable than was last. Superintendent D. C. Tabler spoke for a while on the new readers now in use in the district, placing much emphasis upon the :ontinued and careful use of the manual which is given ? to the teachers, outlining the work in ?ach text and aiding in the method of presentation. Mr. Tabler also discussed & ilassroom Instruction card which will soon be distributed to all the Leachers. This card which is put put by the Bureau of Municipal Research, New York, is intended to aid the teacher In measuring lis or her strength and weakness u the class room, and to aid the! supervisors In helping the teacher where the need of help is greatest. The card checks up on the personality of the teacher, and the rolce, whether smooth, loud, clear, igreeahle, harsh etc., and upon tier personal relations with the pupils. vjuo ui me most important purposes of the card, Superintendent A. L. Thomas Bald this morning, is to enable the teacher to check up on time lost during the school period. In this attention is given indistinct speech of the pupils, mnecessary talking on the part pf the teacher, unnecessary talking on the part of the pupils, failare to have devices ready, and in :alling and dismissing classes, rime, to the rural teacher, is said ,o be one of her greatest problems, and Mr. Thomas hopes this :ard will make this phase of the t7ork easier. Two of the teachers absent were ill and could not attend the neetlng. Saturday but those prejent appeared greatly interested n the work. Every part ot the lUtrict system is moving smoothly, it is claimed. 3 IM. MERRIFIELD TO I BE BURIED TUESDAY The funeral of G. N. Merrlfield, an aged resident of Barrackville. whose death occurred Saturday eve ning at his homo will be held at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning.from the Baptist Church at Barrackvilla ond hnrlnl wlll Ka i- ??. v. ??. nm ue maun lu uio Barrackvllle Cemetery by R. 0. Jones. The' decerned was a life long resldeht of Merlon County. He le survived by six children. Gordon and Charley Merrlfleld of Barrackvllle, Mrs. II. F. Conaway and Mrs. George Engermen of Fairmont, Mrs. M.i Straight of Farmlngton and MralAnna Ander ob,'widow of Frank Anderson, who resided with herxather. undergoes operation. Mrs. 01A Satterfield of Penntyl-. ranla avenue .wu admitted to 3ook Hospital Saturday and unlerwent a minor operhtlon. S m I ' m I I ^ m Ml ml I 1 l^Tyt ninrcon Representative. Hhone^lJ sss Captains dnd Teams in Hospital Drive Will Cover City ThoroughlySplendid organization will tea* ture the Cook Hospital tag day to be held next Saturday. Mrs. H. R. Johnston, who is chairman of the Woman's Hospital Association, is busy with other officers of the association and with those who are to take a responsible part in the tag day activities, conferring about plans that will serve to make the annual tag day the most successful one ever held by the association. I Monongah, Farmington, and Barrackville are to combine with Fairmont in putting over the tag dav, and captains in these three places will be stationed with their workers at conspicuous points to ask the aid of the public for the work of Woman's Hospital Association. Twelve to fifteen captains in all, will have charge of the actual sell ing of tags. Automobile tags, as well as individual tags, will be sold, and it is hardly likely that a single person in all of the territory covered will fail to be approached at some time during the day.' Captains with their teams will be stationed at diagonal corners In the busiest parts of the city, and Adams 6treet will be covered from Cleveland avenue to Quincy street. Fairmont avenue will have teams stationed at First street. Sixth street and Tenth street. There will be tag sellers at both railroad stations and the traction station at the time of the arrival and departure of trains and interurban street cars. One team will be placed on the East Side, one jeam at the Standard Garage, and one near the new city market at the junction of Locust and Cleveland avenues. Dozens of workers will be needed to sell tags under the direction of the various captains. Those workers will all wear nurses* caps In order to distinguish them in the Saturday crowds. It is the aim and the hope of the Woman's Hospital Association to obtain $1,200 this tag day. This money is to be used for the purchase of linens for Cook Hospital. The hospital averages nearly fifty patients steadily In the institution. The bed linen, towels and tray linen, constantly in use and daily changed ? sometimes changed two and three times daily ?calls for an enormous amount of linen which Is soon worn out by the constant laundering. A careful estimate of the sum needed to keep the linen supply at the required amount called for the expenditure of $1,200 for the twelve months. It iB this sum for which the women are asking the public. The request Is one that is considered worthy and will appeal to Fairmont and the surrounding towns which depend upon Cook Hospital for surgical and medical treatment. ? TO BE BURIED TOMORROW. LONG BEACH, Cal., Oct. 2.? Rear Admiral Glark, who took part in notable engagements of the Spanish-American War, will be buried tomorrow afternoon from tho home of his daughter here, with only, a few friends and high officials of the Pacific fleet present, it was reported today. Admiral Clark died ten days after he Was stricken with heart disease. CONFESSES MURDER. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 2.?A man arrested as he was sleeping In a box car on the Baltimore & n-ii j vsuiu xvauroua tracKs, said be ] was wanted for murder in Frank-1 lintown, W. Va., according to Plunkett, a railroad detective. At a hearing today the man denied having confessed a murder and was sent to city hall for examination. He gave his name as Edward Boggs, 45, of Franklintown. GET 950,185 DAMAGES. CHARLESTON, W. Va., Oct. 2. ?A jury in "Circuit Court today returned a verdict awarding $50,185 damages against the Lake and Export Coal Corporation of Huntington to the Fayette Kanawha Coal Co. Tho action was on a contract by the Huntington company to take tho entire output of the other company's mine, and this was the second trial of the case. DHECKLES AMI) i WoVw J % i : < BIG CROWD ATTENDS MONONGAH FUNERAL The funeral of Joseph Pascuzzo. who was Instantly killed by a fall of slate In mine No. 63 of tho Consolidation Coal Co. at Monongah, was held at 11 o'clock yesterday morning from the Italian Catholic Church at Monongah and services conducted by Reverend Father Majerl. The. services were in charge of the United Mine Workers of America, local No. 1643. The members of the organization, headed by the officers carrying the local's emblem and the American flag and carrying a number of handsome floral emblems, marched from the church to the cemetery, whero burial waB;raade by Carpenter & Ford. The deceased was 68 years old and was respected among his fellow workers, and the large turn out for his funneral testified to bis popularity the attendance at the funeral being the largest ever witnessed in Monongah. The funeral ritual of the organization was read at the cemetery,by Patrick Buckley of trte organization. M. E. MINISTERS (Continued from pace one) daily press for its account of the sessions and lectures. The appointments which were read by Bishop Mitchell were: Moroantown District Archibald Moore, district superintendent Morg^ptown Albright 0. U. Marple, Arnettsville W. F. McKain Aurora To be supplied, Barrackville W. F. Kerr Blacksvtlle A. W. Miller Brandonville To be supplied! Bruceton ...J. E. Johnson Corinth William Anderson Cranesvllle T. M. McCarty Deer Park To be supplied; Evnnsville To be suppllea Fairview R. L. ManesB Fairmont? Diamond Street A. d. Craig First Church C. H. Kfng; Highland Avenue...T. G. Meredith North To be supplied Friondsville (Md.) J. A. Ear* Grafton? . \ Andrews F. S. Bishop East To be supplied St. Paul's T. ZumbrunnenJ West Main Street D. B. Orr Grantsville (Pa.)...L. G. Robinson Ha'.leck To be supplied Howesvllle To be supplied j Kingwood 0. D. King! Knotsvlile A. J. L. Curtis! Little Falls Carl Matbeny Masontriwn. .. .'Job Jones Meadowdale A. E. Michael Monongalia ....J, A. Snultz Morgan townFirst Church W. E Lowthei Highland Park To bo supplied Sabra Carlos Dunagan Student pastor State University John A. Vollenwelder Morgantown Clrcult..To be supplied Mountain Lake Park (Md.) To be supplied Newburg S. B. Cunningham. Oakland (Md.) J. C. Buckley Roedsville j. c. Strader Rowlsburg j. b. Cook Terra Alta../ s. K. Arbuthnot Tunnelton B. F. Donley wttua h. K. ClarK Webster.. L. A. McNemar Buckhannon District. J. B. Workman, district superintendent, Buckhannon. Adrian .'Joseph VanSIckle Alexander E. C. Zinn Bridgeport W. C. Strohmeyer Buckhannon? East Buckhannon Circuit To be supplied First Church G. D. Smith South Buckhannon Circuit J. D. Engle and N. L. Casey Buckhannon Circuit To bo supplied Century To bo supplied Clarksburg? Adamston N. L. G. Anderson Broad Oaks B. F. Newman First Church J. W. Engle Hammond Chapel W.L.Cheuvront North View ?.........J. H. Funk Stealey Heights R. D. Hall Duffy To be supplied Enterprise To be supplied Flatwoods and Burnsville Frank A. Tinney Flatwoods Clrcuit..To be supplied Freemansburg H. M. Strader Frenchton To be supplied! Gassaway W. H. Gllmoro Glenville ......E. N. Rogers Grasselli ... To be supplfed noiiy orove To be supplied Jarvisville ............ To be supplied Lumberport A. L. Ireland Meadow Brook To be suppllod Mount Clair M. E. Hivelyl Sun,1.01! * F' c- SoPer Sm 1 pl. oT *. T* Bl Mane88 Philippi Circuit To be supplied Rosedale .. To be supplied Sh nnston B. O. Jones gutton R. c. Brown Ten Miles C.S.DeBar and a supply Troy .............. To be supplied tUSl'AlS 1 Ife ZJ INTM'HO Walkerarllle To be supplied W Weet^Mllford ? H. E. Summer Wettom ii,?C S. B. Hart a Watfon Circuit 'Arthur, a Wolf Summit?...?D. W. "Walter m Wjratt ?'.To be (applied p< , Parkoraburg Dlatrlct. Fi Roy McCuakey, dlatrlct euperin- g1 tesdent Parkeraburg ? < Alma... .....Rowland Asplnall J) Airy ...To bo aupplled Atwood To bo aupplled ? Belleville. E. J. Johnson Brlatol D. H. Ferklna 01 Cairo H. L. Oaatorv Combs.'...? ..To be aupplled Cottagevllle?Daniel Wadaworth tei Elliabeth D. F. Carder *( Ellenboro w. W. Bragg *i Friendly William Fallen Bc Harrlavllle B. S. Hamrlck Meadvllle To be aupplled r. Mlddlebourne H. K. Rlffb it. Mount Union To be aupplled ?! Mount Zlon P. A. Sbowen SJ Paden City To be aupplled Parkereburg? K| Camden Terrace and Summit.. rj W. R. Moyer ? Fast To be aupplled ci First Church H. C. Howard Si Lauokport and South Parkers- Si burg j. s. Pullen w St. Andrews W. B. King o Parkeraburg Circuit...!. N. Smith ?! rmiusuuru ATtQUr l>SZent)y Petroleum To be supplied <31 Pettyvllle To be supplied ci Pine Grove Roy J. Badgeley di Pullman F. V. Arnett di Ravenswood C. R. Snodgrass Reader To be supplied pfi Reedy vTo be supplied p( Ripley A. *C. Rlffe q( Saint Mary's C. C. Lanham j0 Salem .B. T. Trevy Hi Sistersvllle Bernard Glbbs Ki i Sraithfidld J. B. Rupert Ki Smithton F. H. Hughes KI Smithvllle To be supplied l* Spencer. G. D. Sampson ix Spencer Circuit..... .M. L. Dearien Mi Wallace To be supplied m? Waverly A. A. Schoolcraft Mi West Union M. F. Prlchard M: Wilding To be supplied Mi Willlamstown C. A. Snider Nl Huntington District. Oe R. E. Backus, district superln- Pc tendent. Huntington. El Accoville W. L. Gearhart Rt Ashford .? M. F. Whito Sa Bald Knob To be supplied st Barkers Ridge To be supplied Sn Beckley G. J. Johnson gp iBranchland To be supplied w Ceredo E. B. Moore w Chauncy To be supplied -vv CllftonMason J. C. Sleeth w Crumpler John Shoreden w District Missionary J. E. Bird Dorothy To be supplied * Dry Creek To be supplied Fort Gay To be supplied ?r Gilbert ... To be supplied ? Glen White 1 M. H. Cummings Hamlin To ue supplied Harper To be supplied Hartford O..E. Elklns B Henderson C. C. Yates Bl Hewett To be supplied CI Huntington? ! Backus . .. E. J. Heller C< First Church C. E. Goodwin D; Guyandotte Perry Robinson D Highlawn Adam Byrd Ei Jefferson Ave H. B. Workman Seventh Ave C. G.-'Stater E; Walnut Hills Wesley Woodruff E< Huntington Circuit to be supplied _ Hurricane ......... To be supplied ? Jeffrey _ To be supplied a Kenova ?...^ J. S. Thornburg el Lavalette . To be supplied Lester To be supplied Leon To be supplied I Logan W. M. Stevens Lorado To be supplied Matewan Supply Milton-Barboursville F. A. SampRon Milton Circuit To bo supplied New Hope To be supplied Oakvale .. To Be supplied PIneville To be supplied i Point Pleasant .... A. M. Crabtreo I Sharpies To be supplied I Stotesbury P. H. McKaim Sun Hill To be supplied' Verner To be supplied Winfleld To be supplied Wheeling District C. Fred Anderson, .district superintendent, Wheeling. Benwood ........ To be supplied Cameron J. E. Wells Dallas J. F. Hockenberr/1 I nion^oU T T 1* - wiwuuio u. u. marquees i Farralngtou C. E. Leatherby^ Farmington Circuit to be supplied Hundred H. S. Chapman Jolly town (Pa.) ... I. A. Canfiehl Mannington John Beddow Mannington Circuit .. J. W. Ayera Marshall Circuit ... T. A. Taylor McMechen P. L. Flanagan Moundsville? j Calvary A. S. Wolfe First Church J. E. Scott Moundsville Circuit .. T. J. Lewis New Martinsville .... S. C. Jone3 New Martinsville Circuit, Supplv Pleasant Valley, to be supplied Rosby Rock To be supplied Silver Hill To be suppRod Triadelphia R. H. Skaggsl Unlontown To be supplied Wadeatown Supply We Clean Everything ?not oheaper but better Heinze & Co. A. L. Jepion, Agt MANNINGTON ? - - -- .... - >, ,0 S \ ?BBME?yAo\s?r?) - J ) XA oOSVfTA wwow) est Liberty 0. A. Kelley wheeling? .fTti laplaln street .... J. T. Keenen Igewood Gregory Bleakley m'Grore ...; H.' V. Riddle Mirth Street ....... C. E. Allen. ilton Freak McCemle spe t To be supplied irth 8L ..... R. 0. PhllUpe wmpeon W1. E. Creig irwood P. .Z Mai grate eiley A. M. Barlow me St L. S. Orose strict Missionary N. C. Cochran Charleston District E. J. Westlall, district .superinudent Charleston. :me-Kayford .... H. E. Crowder derson ..: B. F. HUI imont To be supplied Charleston? intral TV. M. Shnlta lion Mission .... To be supplied ist To be supplied rat Church?C. R. Havlfhnrst and'John Merldeth. inawha H. J. Hertey iwrence S. P. Crummett alden O. W. Thumm xtfr street ....... W. W. Sutton leppards Chapel to be supplied mth C. C. O'Nell esley and Dana to be supplied larleston Circuit 0. L. Hawkins.. lelyan F. C. McClure aremont To be supplied ay ( A. J. Renlck endenln P. Y. DeBolt scota T. W. Hays mbar R. J. P.' 81augbter tyette To be supplied lyettevllle J. H. Carson irest Hill To be supplied ildtown To be supplied rdan To be supplied indley E. L. Lower/ lymoor Clarence E. Durst ncald To be supplied ngston R. 0. Yoak tander To be supplied ickbrldge H. M< Branhara iplewood To be supplied onroe To be supplied ammoth To be supplied tlburn To be supplied aunt Hope W. R. Eskew tro T. 0. Fletcher ibornB Mills F. I. Peters iwelton and Boomer .... Supply ch Patch To be supplied >ck Camp To be supplied ,tnt Albans J. R. Jones taron J. L. Dotsou iow Hill W. A. Byus .ring Hill A. 0. Cox ake Forest .... To be supplied allback ........ To be supplied alton V. To be supplied lnlfrede To be supplied inona To be supplied EUdns District L. E. Ressegger. district supintendent, Buckbannon. rvovale ? L. b. Harris syard ...To be supplied sllngton I.-AUred Backus averly.. 8. C. Dotson lalne ??...H. W. Flanlgan aulder .?U..J Supply rclerllle P. W. Shrade.' avlngton (Va) J. H. Basket )wen W. T. W. Sleeth ivls. G. M. Connev urbta.?*. To be supplied agle Rock and Rockbridge (Va) To be supplied arl.. To be supplied iray A. Powers HOLK PRIN1 "THE de: and IS we've evei over our s; for such I at an earl: Christmas plete with pidorllv vfl XV/I You will fi order enoi you posses \ FAIRMO The 1 Quincy Street E His Suggestion Didn't "V C n C~w DlDWT N!i "M* I-/l"Y' PStve8' Tfli I " ' Fen wick* 1 Junior.L_iV.iuL Montrose.., i :^X?lO. C. H Special Appointment* 1 Special appointments follow: H W. B..Fleming, president of Balpfl er University, Buckhannon Quart-* William Coleman, treasurer of I West Virginia, Wesleyan college,! Buckbannon Quarterly Conferenco. John 0. Bolton, field agent of board of education, Bujckhannos1 Quarterly Conference. " Richard Asplnall, Professor of W. Va. Wesleyan College.Bunkt. hannon Quarterly Conference. J. J. Deck, Professor at West | Virginia Wesleyan College, Buck- : hannon Quarterly Conference. ' Miner C. Miles, professor at West Virginia College, Buckhan- , non tiuarteny uonterence. j A. H. Rapklng, extension department of West Virginia Wesleyan j College, Buckbsnnon Quarterly , Conference. V. A. Nana, conference evangel- . 1st, First Church, Moundsvllle , Quarterly Conference. I H. T. Helronlmus, conference evangelist, Staunton, Va? Quarter- | ly conference. t E. D. Fellers, conference evange- f list, Glendale Quarterly Conference ; ence. . < W. W. Castle, conference evang-, , list, Glnedale Quarterly Conference Daniel WeBtfall, business manager of Pittsburgh Christian Advocate, Buckhannon Quarterly Conference. F. S. Townsend. secretary of Permanent Fund Association, Kingwood Quarterly Conference. P. W. Matheney, leave of absense, Gassoway Quarterly ponterence. J. M. Sutton, leave of absence, Gorm&nla Quarterly Conference. T. N. Ryder, Leave of absense, Staunton Quarterly Conference. 0. M. Pullen, superintendent of Antl Saloon League, Flrjt Church, Charleston, Quarterly Conference. O. E. Hall, Assistant Superlnten- , dent Antl Saloon League, Dunbar Quarterly Conference. Nevie CuMlp Robert Lawson, A. B. Potof, W. S. Boyd, W. M. Tlsdale, Edward Eary, W. M. Casto, George C. Stratton, J.. J. Louden, B. J. Bird, E. P. Frye, members of MY 1NG signs for the coming C few Years are the hai seen. It will pay yon amples?and to place yc loliday Stationary as y< r date. and New Years Car< envelopes for mailingasonable in price this ind that you can well.s igh cards to sehd to eve: ;s. NT PRINT West "Virginian Buii Entrance 7ork Out so Good mm WANS' , I ( i I m A 1 IndlaT^B iism. strict .a!CarloaS I busheDafl baskets. 71^1 charge. I m L'm I S"1 "mar Coodl Home. Phone 9291 jl I I H I ! I I 1 I I I I 1 [d ^ ^ I ) s"M*ma.. A ^ | W^agjl I .