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Pii.ite* Tr|rrm»d Once More In Series in the East— Other Result*. Ysstsrd»y*s B« suits. (tiSt I.out*. 4; HrnokUn. 2 (2it»l Eouis. *. Brooklyn. 8. New York. 4. Cincinnati. 2 Philadelphia. D. Pittsburg. 4 * •Chicago, S. Boston, 3 •—Eleven Inning* Steading of Clmhe. Club*. Won. Ik)*t Pc*. Philadelphia . 82 J1 .824 Chicago . 49 j] *13 New York. 49 J2 *n» S' I-r*'.t» . 4; 34 SMI Pittsburg .■. 42 37 63* CtacinnMl .31 48 41* Brooklyn . 3.1 611 .376 Boston . 2« 62 .241 To-day# Game*. Pittsburg at Boston. , Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Chicago at Pblladelph's. St. t.oijls at New York. PHIIaADE!*PHTA. July 19.—Phila delphia won to-day's gains, 5 to A amt YflRde a clean sweep of the series of four games with Pittsburg. Adams pitched great ball until the ninth In ning. when, after the home team tied the score and had men on third and second, aa the result of three hits and an error hr Wagner, he purposely gave Imoln a base on balls, and then forced in the winning run with a p iss to Titus. Heehe was forced to b-ave the game In the second lnnnlng. «hon he had his right hand Injured by a drive off Wilson's bat. Score: Pittsburg. A K II O. A. E. I rue. 3b .8 <1 0 0 2 n ] loach, cf . 4 0 11 3 0 O t .3 • .1 1 n o '''.inner, m . 4 1 I S 2 2 Miller. 2b . 4 1 1 3 1 2 1 McKo hnle. lb. . . 4 1 2 8 2 0 Wilson, rf . 4 1 3 2 0 0 CV.heon. c .4 « 1 7 n o< Adams, p . » n 1 1 1 « Totals . 3( 4 in •:-. 6 4 • >ns out when winning run acorsd. Philadelphia. \ || 11. A. E. ■ . * . : Pask.rt. -r. 4 1 1 4 0 1 I.obert. .3b . 4 1 u 2 4 o lb .... 4 Q 1 1 0 • Walsh, If . 3 n 1 1 llc-.k. rf . 4 1 1 0 0 o tmein, .s p." * * alniPi s. p. 3 •Thomas.a ••Titus .A Totals .. .. it r. : :: i« 1 •• Halt I f. r «'! ..lmers in Sih. « i : . : el| 2 l* • • 1 2 Two .is* hit' Wlls.n. WaUh Three base lilt Wagner - • flee .ill Walsh. S!" i bas.-e \\.i;r.. r, I.nbert Struck < It* An..-m«. : .. * • • 11 . nd * I ,!• - ■ —* . . . — l* . .. I I * Plttl I ‘ a *.Ip’ a. r. rirsi . .' en halls Off Allan,s. of! • s 1 -. • -s. 1 Hit hjr T !t.'» • - Hy Inn. , wild i I • ah.I d turns at • rhlt.g.. I!, re mtt :n if rnr ’ i ..ff i* aimers 7 lilts mf 2 times at I n - • • es Tim.-■ 1 *5 t'n-plrcs K m an! Brennan Cubs Win Came. BOSTON*. July t ri Doyle won to day's game front t'hleago. *• to ". In the eleventh lrn nc by batting n home run over the left field fenee. scoring Hofmnn ahead of him. Herzog and Miller, who patched up matters with the home team last night, appeared In the Boston line-up Score; ft h r 1 ir/i rwifftfiflr,3(i/i; — * ta 3 Rosies ,1 1 H 1 nil ll n 1 H A ’ a j 1 t't.rm Brew. T -my and Ar her. 1 'etfen. Mattern ar t Kltr.g Giants Trim Reds. NKW YORK, July l ;* The giants ' *ti the last game of the Cincinnati -series by bitting Hiimphries hard and in timely fashion Merkle h.t fur a bone run. a double and a single • wney, Kgan and Griffith were put the field bv I'mplre Johnstone R H. K i r.-nmi . a i i a a a a a ~ s ■ • 4 Hatter.— lieerer (in 1 Humpht tea at; I Mcl.ean. Arres sr.d W sop. St. Louis Wins Two. tllHWlf.’ I V V* f i.. r. • ... . took both games of today's double header I to 2 and * fo .‘i In all hut otie inning of the first contest. Steele "aa invincible Hrooklyn appeared to ha'e tp,. ~r -nn-l game safe, hut In the r.fth inning Schardf saw hit for two home rung, three doable* amt ■ single, tt hlch' netted seven runs Scores: r t game n ft i I - S C 0 ft ft ft— 4 - 2 * •’' n n ft ; n A ft •> A .. ; ,. I stole tr.| hrontho ft .r. vr .i .1 i'r tv ;n F I 0 ' * ft I ' ' * M 2 I li tre ra 111*ft 1' Mii >r»n| tilts*. I hs"l* • I liTie an' Kr Tli s iifti rnoon tie regular weekly s* .1 of the l g flat I nifl.e Hod I,n^ ■ ' •'*• will be held on the range • -at „f the r;rove. :,n I , big attend ante is expected All of the lot.il shrtoters are anxious to ginto flue shape for the hi* registered fourna in at to he held here during the eurlv t.ar* of September, and ’hey will go t.if on ’he I orlor West Alexander t.tr today Arrangement* fo* •!,« tournament are rapldlv being com pleted. nd !nd tailors point fo the t-otif ht'rig fo- largest of If* Imd # •' f 1 i ■ l 111 t h * i'ftitin Shooters te present from all parts of West r*r,t v and fie varlou po*v itt-r and < t • i rnx of the country will ? t. representative* present TiMitejl ImlU. Boston. 10. Cleveland. 1. No other games Standing of Claim. Clube. Won. I.oat. Pet Detroit . 59 24 .711 Philadelphia. 51 2* 544 Chi. ago . 41 19 .51* Cleveland . 44 43 5e« Bostoi . ;a <; log New York . 41 41 MO Waahlngton . .19 55 3 IS »t. I.outa.22 CO .254 To-days Oamsa. Washington at St I-oule Philadelphia at Chicago New York at Metro!! One* -n at Cleveland On* Side Contoat. ci.FAT.BANI>. O.. July 19 -AUK winning nine straight. Cieveland Inst today to Boston. 10 to 2. Young was knocked out of the box In the third, while Kaler was hit hard. Wood's hatting and pitching were the feat ures. Score: It II E Cleveland .. floninionn ; <t 4 Roetna 11 2 2 OOdl I- Id 14 naileries Kaler. Young and Smith. Wood and «'arrtgan. CENTRAL Yeaterday'a Kaaults. Grand Rapids. 4. Newark. 2. l*ayton. 5. F»*rt Wayne. ?. Terr** Haute. 2. Evansville. 10 Zaneavtlle-Wheeling. off day. SUodlof of Clnbs. <""l»th*. Won. Ix'et. Tet. Payton . 85 10 .*47 Zanesville . S3 ?,n *33 Grand Rapids ....... 44 *r 54* Fort Wayne. 43 42 5r>*» Kvanavllle.40 44 47c Newark . 37 i* 14* WHmiNO 33 44 .403 Terre Tlnute. 73 5$ .241 To-day-* Otmsi. Grand Rapids at Wheeling Newark at Zanesville Fort Wavne at Evangvllle Pavton at Terre Tfaute Vets Win. DAYTON. i>, Julv 19 Although out hit. Dayton won from Fort Wayne, r» to 2, to-.lay S.orr: I ' t iwmoti' A • Fort Wayne inoOOOIA A—- 2 10 o Ratterl»s Summers and Rnhr.-r; Valliere and < inulnw. Newark Drops One. tiRAND RAPIDS. Ml«h, .Ini 19 — fraud Rapids hit opportunely to .lav, while Newark failed in the pin h-s Ht.d the lursls won. 4 to 2 Score R. H F < Irand Rapids 02nan«ii» i i« Newark . . o a a.. r. l » a i ; i l'atterles Kasl.'k and Holmes, t'lol drli-h and Martin. Tots Have Cinch. KVANSVIM.F, I ml . .July l? _ fit.-her I’attls'.n weakened in th- sixth Inning tn-day. nmi th- locals r -r. d two runs They hatted out eight m*>r !n the seventh and won frdm Terr Haute, In to 2. Sror. R. II F B • Terre l la ite •• . 0_ 2 1 batteries Sullivan and Tleninn; Fattls. n and M ti’Hrlen v INI BVIIJ i : \\ he. 1 irg game postoponed. rain. 0.8 I*. LEAGUE Steubenville Wine. STFI'BENVIDDE. O.. 1 : fv 19 - f'astle derided a brilliant pitchers battle hero to-day with a two-base drive tn the ninth, tuorlng Faulk with the winning run The hitting of l.efl Fielder Qullan, of fhe Stubs, who knocked n home run, was a feature Steubenville . 101AAAOA] 7 1 Mansfield.... 1 1 Ationoflu 2 8 2 flatteries Faulk and Thacker*; Stccker and Dailey. At New I'ae’le— R || J.* New fast In.. • , Akron . 7 in \ At Youngstown - I! II K Yotiticsr.iis n I’Hntnn . 4 In i M Kn*f I-»n • rpmol - IX. H j: Knar t.lvrrpool. *\ , Krl* . j ; , i. I_ _ DOiitua or boys you ABC }'AMI ., IA Ii WITH Nam** K II ii. A K. . !I*'M114' i. Nat .. n lit | *Ja a«*n.. Am i I 1 it .'i;jitl«iil Am . a i it | o 1*’ "M. I i. At |> ... . ,, •• ••nuav a A I’.. I .. I i ,, Tat*, * i A J‘ n n I; II II siiut.ka, ii. mI*.., | i ii u IliaUrnl. it « I’.. I I. I I. II <*"••» 11 A p ... 1 | h 1 | ! III K. * P... " •• II l V , i A »• n . •• ; t , •4 in laii, n » |>.. | . 4 o „ , I Tii'J. n iV I’... «* n o *»•»*. •**»'.. 1 . .. 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I: l*v 2:22 trot, $400—Alatlon (Gosnell),' won; Hickory Girl (Brown), second. Goerge j (Sha-kdtont, third. Best time. 2.1RV 2:19 pace. $400—(unfinished I—Cecil Mnan (Brusiei. two heats; Hasel c> • Jemlsonj one heat. Best time. 2:19Vfc- I RAINS; ~ RAGES ! Big Feature Event st Kalamezoo Car ried Over to Thursday. KALAMAZOO. Mich- July 19 —i What promised to b« a great contest f >r the 110,000 Taper Mills stake, for 1 2 14 trotters at the Kalomaaoo grand , circuit meeting was rut short this aft- I c-rnoon by a heavy downpour. Just after the first heat hod been raved. The rain rendered the track unfit lor , further racing to-day. Th- first heat of the big race demon strut <1 that there was an Immense amount of sped In the field. Arm | i.evburn. th- top-heavy favorite, made ; * poor showing. R. T. O- which last [ year earned his kep by drawing a | delivery yvagon, and therefore was a despised outsider, surprised everybody by winning the heat rather easily. *Mc heat was run off also In the i 2 24 trot, and the 2:14 pace. Anvil won the trot In a Jog, while Gama Maid had things pretty much her own way. In the pacing event. All to-day's events have been trans ?<*rrpi! fn tn-mnrrnw'n rani AMATEUR BASEBALL The Prookside ball team will this evening play the Presbyterian Bible class team, of Martins Ferry, on the Hoyle field It will be the first time they have met this season and a fast game is anticipated Arrangements were completed last evening for a ganio to be played on Sunday afternoon at " o'clock on the XT 111 field. In Martins Ferry, between the Ttrookside and the V & O. teams As each team is exceptionally strong a good game Is expected. Votlghn or Wilson and Welch will probably form the battery for the Brookslrtes. The Patters are open for a game on Sunday afternoon anti challenge any amateur team Answer through the Intelligencer The West Virginia Stars have changed their name to the Thurber Candy Club anil on Thursday evening | will play the 1 A. C. ,?rs., at Bridge ' park on the Island. The game will he called at sharp and all Thur 1st players are requested to report at the Steel bridge at fi o'clock this even ing fin Sunday afternoon the Thur Iter team will play the T. A C's at Whet ling Creek grounds. The Henry Volte's challenge the A and V’ 's for a game Saturday after noon on the Theda grounds Arrangements are being made for a game hetween the Walk Ovors and •he McConkeys for Sunday afternoon The Crlss and Minks have accepted the challenge of the Wyandotte* for a game Swine afternoon The battle will take place on Tunnell (Iris a grounds. The HeF«e & Brand team would like to hear front amateur teams for games any Sunday afternoon The McConkeys are open for games Saturday and Sunday afternoons American Association At Indianapolis It h 71 T»1<«,o . . 1 m i Indianapolis . . f. It t ■ i . in.ic urn itononue; Mrrz and Ritter At Milwaukee; R f|. f. Kansas City. 7. 7 j Milwaukee . « 17 | ItnT* ties—roseII Owens. Kelhert end O'Connor; Cutting nnd Marshall. Ai T*(i1umhus R || k I^iuisville . 7 II 1; Columbus. «1t 1 Catteries i*fles*er. |ltreinhnt(nm. Single and Miller Itueho*. |.e< ard, Ilerger and Walsh Tel Stats Least's Readlt.e n. Johnstown. (first gn ftn > (tending R. Johnstown, ft 1 Second rnm» 1 t in> aster Al’>uut.i. | (first ,p »nw • lainrnstrr. ft; Mtoona. t t Second pome 1 ll it n»toire. 7; Tr. ninn. r. 1 first pam< 1 ltn>Ti«hiirgf ft, Tr< t ton. « ip nnd pnm< 1 tAWTERN LEAGUE Montreal I, Huffalo. firs* p»me Montreal, ;• MufTnlo, n S»r >nd pame Turtinttt. t Rochester, j first pstne Toronto 1 , Rochester. I Second game Jorsev City. |, Nes nrk. 1 y m game Jersey City. t. Newark. •• Second game Kvory clay a few more West Virginians discover that they’ve been spend ing $25 to $.‘50 for clothes that our scientific *>v managcmcnt enables LRY that always thorn to buy ^ •*, I.LAOS TO BLTTLK I)RLSS for $15 IV’ «H LOW I R [OH OF LIVIV., TIIF UNITED WOOLEN MILLS CO. W^at Virginia's Greatest Tailors” fffly Mn,k^t St. j Stogies Meet Grads To-day FIRST CONTEST OF THREE-GAME SERIE8. Beatty Likely to be on Firing Line for Montgomery's Seventh Placers. Thla afternoon at the Island ball park Roy Montgomery s ae%enth place Stogies will meet Grand Rapids In the first of a three-game eerie*. The game will start promptly at 3 SO. the usual hour. The Grads, erstwhile of South Bend, come to Wheeling from Newark, where they captured the series with out much difficulty, and they are full of confidence Esslck. considered by many fans as the premier pitcher of the league, pitched In yesterday's game against Newark, and therefore will not work to-day against the Smokes Fat Lindsay or "Jawn" Henry Myers, gentlemen of Irish fame, will probably be on the rubber for the visitors. They are both good pitchers, and the Smokes will have to go some If they win I rank Beatty, who has been an In and-outer this season, will probablv be on the firing line for the home club. Beatty has won bis last two games, one of which was a two-hit :iffnir against Evansvlille. and Monty .S cherishing the hope that Frank is on the brink of a winning streak Beatty Is unquestionably one of the greatest young pitchers in base bail, but he has had bad breaks this vear. After the series with Grand Rapids the Smokes will meet the Newark In fanta In a three-game series on the home lot. and then they will go away on a short road trip. ^ 1 he home series will he umpired by Frank New house, the one indicator on < arson a staff w ho seems to know what fair play means. Xewhouse was a little off center In the last series he umpired here, hut at that his work was far better than that of any other umpire seen In these parts this sea son. | SPORTORIALS The Terre Haute papers have start ed a rigid campaign to have Louis 1>. Smith ousted as owner of the ball team in that city. Tired of what they ci.iiin to be .1 lack of sportsmanship fans in that city are clamoring for a change in ownership and a committee • d citizens called on South a few days ago to ascertain what he wanted for •he club, but he refused to set a price. Wheeling * chance* to finish better [than seventh place are becoming slim tner each day The Terre Haute club | hlts heen bolstered up by the addition I of several now players and It would not he surprising at all to see them i take a brace and pass ihe Stogies 11>ayton is now being given a run for j their money for first place by /.anes 'tile and hut one came separate's the iwn tenrns. Mike Kotinick. the Vet’s regular backstop, has joined them again, b dug out of the game since July 2nd. Hughey Tate, former first sucker on the Stogie nine, but who Is now play Inc a bang up game for Uill Hhil •:l Steelmen. Is the first player in the n & I' League to get 1U0 btngles Tate accomplished the feat Sunday, when lie connected three I lines in the game against Steubenville. Ho Is now hitting ihe leather at a .3»f> clip. Hitching masterful hall all the way. S.vd Jones managed to register a win lor the Kast Liverpool team Monday afternoon by defeating the Mansfield aggregation Syd allowed the opos itig team but eight scattered hits and i sited but two passes His timely blrgle aided his team In copping the \ ictory • Jake Kromholtx, the south psw |iay ten has recalled from the Kast l.lver pool team will not report until July •’■’>th. as the Nets were compelled lit cm. the Hollers two weeks notice ar cording to contract t ike is now on 'he ho i'tal lis\ having taken III Mon w ith an ati.ii k of la grippe Marry Martin. ' .rmerly with Hitts I etc and later with Kr.rid Kaptds. is • i i-*-- u. mm* w no oiCfi* him .Mar iln I- not draw inn am Hilary. hr lire lii- drop ronrrrn In the tnntter t|,« ►*•>■•* !>** W,H appeal to the national • •»iumtt‘ st’.n Bow li ng Mute* Leaoue. Anchors. 1st -n.| 3rd Tit n . 1*1 112 IAt tl| linh.iff . . n« ;nl k.k t»; ,J I»- 132 ltd t;j it W./.l d» | r | | „ • ■ lh.-«ir H« |M I.. I| ' ‘,'1, • •••77 122 13. «| ’ ' ' ' -r I •• : . n_ | .. i • '■» i i .* -it 4 1 I2< If llAndPnp . 43 42 43 |t» Tut .1* 7*4 77* 4*2 2175 Club 1*1 . nd 3rd TI« J • ' r I'l IM Ml M • I** le i.4 l« IIJ |«| 111 i tmn t» >hi |,r«; si* IS* »*J t 999 Tu* -I" i. 74* *’ 7*3 2|«it ' ■ • I * t ", I jy |«;I* 7.1 j 1 * ■»»* 1«: I ’7 170 l .t ' '"r< HI I;| | ,r 4,.* II. tti|,«uri . .. I*. |.'4 |;«i |,j v• .17* It ; 177 lit llf.ndhap •, 2.", 3n |«j •S3 741 »«; 4 to fo titcht X' alter* \ * H iml l. r* l««*.i*l, KMrr* %* i.slt CASE FILED A B Icrhofl Sues Mis* Helen Do Vne* and Other* in Ohio County Circuit Court. Tlir pt:ircl|ir In the rn*o of X It Itnhuff v* llrl’.i He X rte* et nl «** hltd < »t<*rd.i\ In rirrult re*irt I,* x I S in tell attorney (or (he plaintiff The ■ .*•• i* a rontrover-t u»>r i r<rrt«ifi fr.n : u( rrnl •. I WE DO CURE PELVIC and NERVOUS DISEASES This we can prove to any one who is truly interested and in earnest. Te can refer you to per sons of undoubted reliability in this and surrounding cities. Our success in the treatment of Pelvic and Nervous Diseases is the result of the most care ful and thorough examination in every case that comes to us. This preliminary and exhaustive examination means the proper and only foundation for treatment. After we have given an examination and believe that we can effect a cure we say so. If wo are not certain of this we are just as frank in our statements. I. m>PCBD FIES. For R mhort tins# only w# will tromt any mao that corrtt to ur at OIX I1LF our uaual fn*«. !l TOUn IBALTK IXPOXTUTT. Think over this proposition then Act “oete is no time like the present. BECTAL TROUBLES. Our «ucce« h#* been trulv wonderful In the treat ment ..f all Kectal lhsease* Ask m see our many testimonials In referent's to our trestSMEt of i'lStula. HMMffkMs etc BeBTODS BREAK DO WX and nearly all nervous dtsessiw are ths direct res' It of ‘ironic or imperfectly treated pe'.vtr diseases. such as varicocele, plies flstu a. stricture, etc. We not only remove the cause hut nanv ysars of eapel en, » in the treatment of nervous and pelvic diseases enaoTee' ua by our apeclsl methods to revitalize the entire nervous system and to restore to perfect health nearly all sufferers from nervous breakdown and vital sMJtnetv BLOOD POISOX We uae only the most advanced methods In the treatment of Mood poison and kindred diseases When desired and safe to do so we use "C0«." the one treatment cure for Blood I'olson. PROSTATTC EXTtBOEKERT. This mar result from a number of causes. Tlie onstart , nrrlnx and vibration of trains and trolley ears are a very potent r inse Bicycle njing and the use of riding implement# on the farm are factor* 1n pro.In. In* this dl«eo». in fact, the < suers are so msry and varied that fully 7f> per , i-nt of male adults are afflicetd to h greater or Isas extent by tuts dises.-e. The disease ts so little understood and as one of the principal symptoms Is pain In the hack, it Is usually < ailed kidney trouble And t-rated with lo-al applications or sedative* which ran do no possible good whatsvser. W e ri lute toe enlargement mc.J have been able to cure about fo per cent af all caeca. ▼ARICOCXTE We cure Varicocele |n a few days or a week's time without hospital operutlon and without causing pain or loss of time from usual ocu patfon. . STRICTURE We rerdlly remove stricture by our dissolvent method with out Ho. use of krlfe No severe, painful treatment# like most physicians em ploy. and v\e guarantee prompl results. RUPTURE. riLES. XtSTUTA, etc .cured without detention from business *■ and without the use of the knife. Ilf you live out of town, wire or write to us on what train you will arrive and we will arrange our engagements so that we can ere you at onoe Hours—From 9 to 12 a. m- 1 to 5 p. m. Evenings 7 to 8, Except Fridays- Sundays 9 to 12>a- m. | THE PELVIC SPECIALISTS ^arktt|streetJ He’ll Punish 1 Horsehide Now PLACES ORDER WITH HERMAN FREIDRICH FOR NEW BATS. Stick is Heaviest One Now in Use on Stogie Aggregation—Duke a Freak Hitter. - That Dukey Servatius, the clou-1 caled giant who anionics around the initial has for the Smokes and does . it in such a manner as to be touted among ihe best In the circuit, intends punishing the leather from now on. is evidenced from the fact that he has, (’laced an order with Merman Preid rich for six brand new bats of the Spalding make It Is evidently Dukes Intention to use one of the sticks every time he goes to hat and in this manner determine which one Is the luckiest, hence Ins big order. The new sticks are of the Spalding All star1 brand. Model No 2. and tip the i rales, at forty three ounces, helne the heavi est sfi k used at t!t” present time on the Stoga- lentil The wagon tongues, as they might he termed, are exeep tionnllv short for so much weight, but what they lose In length Is made up In circumference Dukev Is now hatting with a stirk that he has used since Kldo was a pup. luit intends discarding it for Ins new ones, ihereby reaching the ,30« mark, which he is cow in hailing distance of The first sacker Is without n doubt one of the oueercst pla+ers thnt ever cavorted around the home lot when It comes to hatting lie Is Just as liable to walk up to the plate and smash the r ...... ... Ik. .....I ..... r.. . .1... Mo or triple or a homer or strike the balmy without touching the pill l>ukc whiff* about a* many time* as anv member on the Wheeling team, hut la a* dangerous a halter a* any p'ayer a pitcher face In the Ontral l.cagim Servatluw seldom fouls a hall and takes a Ion* healthy twine at the oval, which Is the cause of his Ion* hits Knl«e|v Is seldom forced to strlk' the ojtone nnd always manages to hit the pill some place, hut not al way* where the fielder* ain't A<l mlr> r* of Rervat:ti* ran now look for ward to some tall elontln* on his part as h” Intends making the old adage, A new broom sweeps clean." work out to perfection Ho to It tnike. we like to see the fielder* chase rm' E I Turf Eseoange Man Said In Have Signed—Fr.end* 9«y Merely on a Visit I* wa« reported ye«trrda' **.i» Vale Kiel, who was arrest'd recently on eotnplaltit of fhe Municipal league had sever' d hi* conn >n wtrh the \l hrc'.ng tutf « yehnnae Kriend* of Mr Kiel trr th.it he hi* tnerelv gene to <’|ere|*nd and will return in Hm* o answer to the -hnrie ot conducting a gamhlin* establishment, brouehf t.ealn*f him by the league t|e u tmder hond to apperr on two d fferent charge* MODERN TELL SMOOTS OYSTANDER IN FACE Caro* at Ml rit ngM n May Have Very Senout Fndmg—Sullet Im beddej m Neck. s, . I'll, , . |,..r | trnre* III NTIXUTOV. W Va .lull in \ modern William Tell, In the per son of dusky Johnny Painter, with an "'her lad eneaged In sharnabootlne •it ,i small piece of cardboard he'd hy Hie other Painter missed ib.< cardboard and bl« friend and the but i*u from a ‘ealtlw-r ride struck • Mild' tifecn. son of a t'hfsapraho * fihto employi In the face The bullet ranged <!••« a and into the neck I n Its* complication* develop he will re cover. ALTHAR & CO. I 3127 Union St BELL AIRE. OHIO | I GOOD DRESSERS i Always keep an eye on this store. They have learned to ox* ■« pect the best from us. because they always get it. H WE ARE CALLING SPECIAL ATTENTION at this time to vacation accessories, such as Shirts. Ties, Un- njj dcrwear. Hose. Collars, Outing Suits, Straw and Soft Hats, ^ Suits Cases and Bags. DO IT NOW |l G. W. ALTHAR &, CO. I CLOTHING AND TOGGERY SHOP. * Car Fare refunded on all purchases of $10.00 or over r% within a radius of 20 miles. 1 | HARVEST"HOME BOWLING ALLEYS™! EAST END TWENTY-NINTH STREET. Private Howling Parlies with Suppers a Specialty. I AtiH UNQLPLulDcP Prop I Nnt. Phone. 9.-V, _ IW. ir.l5. I HERSCHEL’S TURKISH BATHS Coolest Sleeping Place in Town. »chmulhnch Kuilding._Never Hosed. POSTMASTER HAZELETT SE CURES THE INCREASE. Mlf» Lou Davie Anumtt New Duties —Salaries Increased MHh* to •iitwt Per Year. Through the rerommondntinns ol r<is»m»>strr Robert Harriett, a num l’*T of the employe* of the loral post nftlre will receive a substantial In •rease m salary, wrhleh will co Into rfffft. w ith ftetc-ral exc eptions, at >noo Mis* loot K Itnvls. who has for n> it It; taken charge ».f the money or |er 'I'I'.irtment, cif which she is sup FTinfejident, has hem Increased in •alary I ton a year Ific-reare* of 1100 per > ear were iMrn '* •• rwy, riork in ihi* rlfy li'lainn and I, c Knoke, tiamp win clerk Jack I'nwl. aupi rint»ndent »f tnalla. ha» alao been granted an In, •r.nae ..f »|..r. n ,P,r> h„ Henry \ Albright, anperintendent of the city 1 <■ Iu ary Fred Nir neaa and Wm T '•in all received »H*n inert-area, while "heater \ .Imnea waa granted an in renae of tSOO. EPISCOPAL CHURCHES 3f Wheeling and Martina Ferry Pica, nicked Veeterday at Wheel ing Park. The Sun.lay achoola of ihe pt l*a»l'a Kpiaropal rhnreh. of Marn.ia fVrr'. an,| the P* \ndrew « f'roteat ini Fplem,-") rhnreh. or South heel "* .in Id tli.-lr annual picnic y; Wheel !tn* P*fl» ’/enfcrdar. nnd th» affair wa« one Of 'he lament attended plrnlca of Hie arcaon a m \*t in'rrenttn*; pro Ki.t:u of athletle rtrntn nnd amuae. menta »nt rarrle» out and a very rfe llahtful day w«n enjoyed by all pree m Xmopg the rvent a ahlrh were held n.-re n looy.ird .l.iah for bnyn under d'care, in.-yard dueh lor bo/a over I ■ veara. . i vard daah for atria, r-ea nr hahte.< under f. yeara. old ladlea’ rare. ol<l nten a rare, apple rae«. threw lrgge.1 r.i.o, glrla’ b’lndfohl race, uur. die race. hop. aklp and Jump. ;u« of »«r. and varlotta g.-tmea for the amnae ment t f the children .ttilfat le pr‘»»a were a warden the w(n*rr* of ear3 event and many of n, ronteat* were clone and eacltlna The feature of the program waa the hall game In the afternoon between « team from the ST A t h irrh ti«t1 • _m_ **’ Andrew * church, which reunited In a lie, i hear ore arnndlng h to «. Thitae m attendance apent the en tire day at the rerort taking dinner and nipper, which were eerved tinder the tree* Th# park aaaoelgtion granted liberal roneeoalnna lo tho children Millar Reunion *!#<■*! rn«|.,t, IOC# , lellloeneoe , FAIRMONT. W V* July l*» — Inwl j 'atlona have been received In this i c,,> fhe Miller family reunion. ; which will take place on Thuradav, i .Inly -0. at \orthnmplon. Maaa Wllt • lam F Miller, of Rarneetown. one of the venerable rerident* of thia elfy. la the oldeat living member of the ramftv lie la now In very feeble health, and If hi* health will permit. Me eon. T r Miller, wilt artend th# reunion t.laten to aome people and von writ! m g patent medicine almanac.