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Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet
Chicago GO 20 .750
New'York ' 47 29 .CIS
Plttsbix'rg 4G 31 .597
Philadelphia .... 42 34 .652
Brooklyn 3G 45 .444
Boston 33 43 .433
Cincinnati 32 47 .405
3t. Louis ... , 19 6G .224
,? Yesterday's'Results.
New York, 4, Pittsburg, 2.
Chicago, 2; Boston, 0.
Brooklyn, 3; St. Louis, 2.
Philadelphia-Cincinnati, rain.
To-Day's Games.
Pittsburg at Boston.
Chicago' at New York.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
Captain Hobson
An Attraction
HE'WILL BE ONE OF THE LECTUR-I
EH5 AT Mfc ULMnr\oounu wnnw
TAUQUA TO BE HELD AUGUST 1
TO 12.
A great deal of Interest is being
manifested in the approaching session
if the Clarksburg Chautauqua Assemsly,
which Is to be held there August
I to 12th.
In the programme, which Is now
xmplete and ready for distribution, is
irought together some of America's
;realest platform.talent in the lecture,
musical and entertainment field. Periaps
the greatest amount of interest
s centered in the Sunday programmes
md the appearance of Captain Richmond
Pearson Hobson. However,
here Is not a weak number on the
vhole course and It would be hard to
my Just which day will be the best.
The management has spared no
rains to make the Clarksburg Chauaiiqua
an ideal'place for. a summer!
mtlng and everything possible has
ieen .done to provide for the convenencc
and pleasure of those attending.
\ comparison of the Clarksburg prorrairome
with those of the older and
veil established Institutions of a simllir
kind will reveal the fapt that the
leople of the adjoining counties need
inf trn fnrlhor llinn ClflrkRhlirC to Ob
"" O" - u.
aln the best.
Scottdale a Winner.
SCOTTDALE, Pa., July 19? ScottInlb
defeated Beaver Falls In a fast
;ame yesterday afternoon. The locals
lit Michaels hard after the sixth nd
von easily. Score:
icottdale 00000 1 1 2*?4 6 3
leaver Falls ..00000001 0?1 7 1
Roeper and MlUjrf Michaels and
Vhite.
Greensburg Won.
CONNELLSVILLE, Pa., July 19. ?
Ifter having the game clinched Timms
iy his miserable fielding and worse
iltching literally gave It to Greens>urg
yesterday in the eighth inning,
t is his last effort here. Score:
lonnellsville ..1 1 01 0200 1? 6 6 3
Ireensburg ...100000280?11 15 4
Showng Hs Strength.
Uncle Sam was strong enough to
ake twice as much from China as the
country owed him, and he Is now
showing that he is strong, enough to
;lvc half of It back.?Omaha Bee.
Subscribe for the West Virginian.
The ingredients of
Father John's Medi*
cine are the exact kind
of food and nourish?
ment blood and tissue
are made of.
, It Is guaranteed to
make flesh and strength
for those who are weak
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Standing of the Club*.
Won. Lost Pet'
Chicago 52 29 .642
Cleveland... ...47 33 .687
Philadelphia ......... 45 32 .bai
'Detroit .'..I. 44 32 .5711
New York ..: .. 37' 40 .481
St. Louis .. 32 47 .405
Boston 23 48 .37'1
Washington 25 50 .383
Yesterday's Results.
"New York, 11;'Chicago, 2:
New York, 4; Chicago, 0.
Detroit, 6; Washington, 2.
Detroit, 11; Washington, 2.
- Philadelphia, 5; Cleveland, 0.
St. Louls?Boston, rain.
To-Day's Games.
Boston at Chicago.
New York at St. Louis.
.Philadelphia at Detroit.
Washington at Cleveland.
? ?
Big League Dope
Infielder Nichols Is making good
with the Philadelphia Americans.
The Brooklyn team has won five of
tlie last seven games played with the
uianis.
Cincinnati, Brooklyn and Boston are
having a great struggle to lead the
second division In the National league.
Elmer Flick, of the Cleveland team,
has a great record tn hatting, base
stealing and run getting this season.
The St. Louis Browns look to be as
strong as any team In the American
league, still they can't win enough
games to get near the top.
The annual announcement of Manager
Clarke's retirement at the end of
the season Is out. Perhaps Fred likes
to worry the Pittsburg tons.
For the first time twenty years
a National League pennant floats from
the flag staff at the West Side grounds
In Chicago. ....
The Cleveland's three links of Qer-|
man pitching, Llohhardt, Thlelmani
and Berger, are doing good work for
the "Naps."
It would not surprise many if the
teams that finish first and second In
both major leagues are western
teams.
If you'd know of our annual output of
pins,
Or n remedy needed to ease aching
shins?
If the subject arises of naming your
twins,
Ask Teddy about It.
?Milwaukee Sentinel.
I will mall you tree, to prove merit,
samples of my Dr. Shoop's Restorative
and my Book, on either Dyspepsia, the
Heart, or the Kidneys. Troubles of
the Stomach, Heart or Kidneys, are
merely symptoms of a deeper allvwnnf
nnn't maba fViQ anmmnn fllTOP
of treating symptoms only. Symptoms
treatment Is treating the result of
your ailment, and not tbe cause. Weak
Stomach neryos?the Inside nervesmean
Stomach weakness, always. And
the Heart, and Kidneys as well, have
their controlling or Inside nerves.
Weaken these nerves and you Inevitably
have weak vital organs. Here Is
where Dr. Shoop's Restorative has
matwlts fame. No other remedy even
ySnfc to, treat the 'Inside, nerves."
Also tor bloating, bllllonsness, bad
Pitcher Lew Moren, of the Philadelphia
Nationals, owns $5,000 worth of
stock in the Boston National League
club.
The1 teams composing the Eastern
division of the American League are
all playing better ball than they
played during their first Western
trip.
Tim Flood, the Toronto player who
was sentenced to fifteen days In Jail
for assaulting Umpire Conway,
served seven days and was released.
He has been expelled from the Eastern
League.
The champion White Sox are, playing
a much stronger game than they
were playing at this time last season.
It looks as though the team that wins
the pennant will have to bent the
Sox.
Manager McClosky. of St. Louis,
says that he told his boys he wanted
harmony and didn't care what place
they occupied In the pennant race.
"Mac" has the harmony all right and
also a tall-end club.
McGinnity is also in rare form just
now,' and Amos showed more control
in the last two games than he had
ever exhibited before. Wlltse and
Taylor both have won their last
games.
The winning streak of the Giants
People Grow
Thin and Weak
because new tissue is
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Ml/fc HtUMU UH WW ?
is used.
is due to the marvelous Improvement
in the pitching staff. Every man on
McOraw's club Is now able to go In
and take his turn. Three weeks ago
not one of them was In good condition.
You know the pitching is the
oil whlrh makes the spin toward the
pennant smooth. McGraw Is Immensely
pleased. He says that he
can now rely on any man of his staff
to go In and pitch a good game. The
team seems to think the same way
about It and that counts.
Roger Bresnahan has evidently
changed his mind about appearing In
tho new headgear to prevent being
hit on the head by a pitched ball. As
a batter rarely ever gets hit on the
head more than once In his life, Rogerson's
Invitation reminds one of the
Washington ground-keeper. In a
brad-fought game there Borne years
ago Joe Kelley-hit a long drive to left,
which struck near the fence at the
hfl DO r\ t a Inrlrlov whlrh OflR llOOfl hV
the keeper to ellmb In end out. of the
grounds. The ball struck the base of
the ladder and ran tip and . over It,
WEST PENN LEAGUE.
Standing of the CluBa.
- '; Won. Lost Pet
Butler 2 0 1,000
Beaver.Falls ...... % 1 .667
Seottdale 2 1 .667
FAIRMONT 1 1 .500
Greensburg 1 1 .500
Cpnnellsvllle 1 .3 .26Q
Somerset ,. . .1 0 0 ,000
Clarksburg 0 2 .000
Yesterday's Results.
Scottdale, 1; Beaver Falls, 1.
Greenaborg, 11; Connellsvllle, 6.
Others not scheduled.
To-Day's Games;
Butler at Scottdale.
Greensburg at ClarkBburg.
Beaver Falls at Connellsvllle.
West Virginian wants ads pay.
results.
Broaddus May
Be Moved Away
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENLARGING
IT AND MAKING IT A
LARGE BAPTIST COL- .
I pne
CLARKSBURG, July 19?Baptists
throughout the State are discussing
the report that Broaddus Inustltute Is
to be moved, If a sultnble location can
be found for it. That there Is a movement
on foot to take the school to
a new location is made plain hy the
action of the board of trustees In entertaining
a proposition coming from
Bridgeport.
It Is understood that the school,
which Is operated under the auspices
of the Baptist denomination, will -be
greatly enlarged, and a number of
points in the State are bidding for
the location of the institution, and
substantial aid has been tendered.
Among some of these points outside
of Clarksburg, which have been
mentioned are Parlcersburg, Pblllppl
and ClarIe8ton. Just what will
be done in the matter of a location
for the school, nobody at this, time
seemB to be in a position to say. It
Is claimed, however, that the location
of the school, if moved from
Clarksburg, will be moved to another
site In this place.
The ultimate Intention, It is said,
is to develop the sclioo Unto a large
Baptist cellege, and to 'bring It up
to a standard that .will place it on
an Important plane among the educational
institutions, in the State,
and If this is dope will make It a.i
institution worth bidding for by any
elty or town In the State.
For various reasons the State Baptists
have not given the school as
hearty support as , it ought to have,
but, It Is understood that removal
frnm tho nrnoPnf Inrntinn mav f?Hm.
lnate the differences and the school
can then be placed on a high plane
of usefulness.
ASK TEDDY ABOUT IT.
If there's any old thing you would
like to Illnd out,
Ask Teddy about It;
If you've got hydrophobia, measles or
gout,
Ask Teddy about l.t
In mining, rough riding or changes
climatic,
Or pains that you're feeling from
twinges rheumatic?.
If there's aught you would know of affairs
diplomatic,
Ask Teddy about It.
If you'd know of conditions far down
In the Zone,
Ask Teddy about It.
If you'd know of the power behind any
throne.
Ask Teddv about It.
MEI ^ERVANT T HEARD P^TY ^ IN
THE HOLY LAND. ,
_____
NEW YORK, July 18.?Announceraent
has been '.made of .the ijngage.
. meat of Miss Elsie Hi wood, daughter .
of W. L. Ellwood andgranddaughter of J
j Isaac L. Ellwood, of'DeKalb, 111., thp
steel wire.millionaire and business associate
of John W., Gates, to Said
Kaill ttaiCK, .wao . ueuiurca un- >*>
! wealthy, of a fine old Syrian family .
'and lately contractor to tourists mak- t
lng the tour of the -Holy Land.
The friends of Miss EtlwooJ are sur- a
prised that she should have agreed to
marry a foreigner who accompanied
her In an employed capacity at first
and continued on with' her to New'
York. Bpth young folks arrived here
last week and plan to marry at the
jjllwood home, In De Kalb, III., .Wednesday.
?
Acquaintances of '3ald Kail! Halck
are surprised that one they conshl- ^
ered a dragoman?a sort of steward ^
who furnished tents and supplies for
tourists of the Holy Land?should have
become engaged to an American heiress.
"I don't know that they will get &
married," said Isaac EJtlwood, wheh
seen at the Waldorf-Astoria. "I saw _
my granddaughter last Saturday for
I about 10 minutes just before she left
I for the West with her mother anil
father and sister. She was feeling
saddened then. Her unhapplness was
caused, I suppose, by the fact that her
father was surprised and upset by the
story she told him of having become
engaged to this young Syrian. I don't ,
know anything about the young man.
He has not any capital, elthei, I am
told," continued Mr. Ellwood.
"I met Miss Ellwood and her party
In Egypt flrst,'.' said the Syrian fiance
to-day. "She was about to go up the
Nile. I maintain a contracting busl- ness
which furnishes tourists with !
tents and supplies, donkeys, boats or
anything else they need when touring
the near East. i
"We spent three months up the 1
Nile. We went as far as Wady Haifa. I
But It was In the desert I really came '
to know Miss Ellwood.
"There were Mrs. W. L. Ellwood, her
daughters, Misses Jean and Elsie, and =
another lady who joined us at Beirut.
But she did not stay all the time. We
had horses for the ladles and myself
and our guards, about 20 donkeys to
carry the supplies, two sleeping tents
for the ladles, a dining tent and a
luncheon tent.
"We traveled hither and thither for
76 days, and Miss Elsie, who Is 21
with dark eyes like mine, and xdark
hair, and I became engaged. I think
she liked the life very much . It seemed
romantic and carefree to her, so
different from life In DeKalb, III.
'We sailed from Beirut on June 15.
I determined to become an American
citizen. So I came here with the ladles.
"Of course, I could be anything I
. w?._ ii.A?A t aoiit,i Viavp nnv tft.la frnra
j uhe tuKic. i I,?UIM ....... ?
j the Turkish government. But I do
not care for that. It Is not my spirit
"I shall live In DeKalb, or maybe In
Texas, where Mr. Isaac Ellwood has
some ranches."
Isaac Ellwood sniffed when this last '
remark was repeated to him at the =
Waldorf-Astoria.
"I own some ranch lands down In 1
Texas." he remarked, "but I wasn't J
looking for anyone to move on to them
that I know of."
Piles get quick and certain relief
from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment.
Please note it Is made alone for
Piles, and Its action Is positive and
certan. Itching, painful, protruding
or blind piles disappear like magic
by its -use. Large nickel-capped glass
jars 50 cents. Sold by E. A. Billingslea
& Company. xx
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Transacts general banking kuleaa.
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irorable terma conilatent with aonnd
nd conservative banking.
Interaat paid on time deposits.
Separate vault with safety deposit
ozea lor use of customers
Home Savings Bank
Fairmont, W. Va.
SAM R. NCZUM, President,
J. W. IRVIN, Vice President,
J. CLARENCE HALL, Cashier.
Kseelve* Deposits Subject to Cheek
Pays 4 per cent INTEREST
on SAVING'S and '4
TIME deposits.
Open Saturday Evenings
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this bank when you open yc
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| J. R. LINN, Cashier.
^ SHREWSBURY B. MILLER, '
Civil Engineer.
Office?Jacobs Building,
Fairmont, W, Va. P.O. Box, SS8.' $$
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Engineering.
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M. M. Foster, Manager.
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