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THE TERMS NOW
?? NECK AND NECK
Chicago Turned the Tables on
Cleveland Yestcr
i ? (*ay*
THE PHILLIES BEAT BOSTON
f Took a Game By thc Score of
7 to 4?Detroit a
Winner.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Scores Yesterday.
Philadelphia, 7; Boston, 4.
, Chicago, 7; Cleveland, 2.
Detroit, 4; St. Louis, 3.
Washington-New York (rnln).
Where They Play To-day.
Boston at Philadelphia
New York at Washington.
Chicago nt Detroit.
Cleveland nt St. Louis.
Standing of the Clubs..
Cluhd Won Lout PI nub* --Won* Wwi* T.
Clovoland ...40 23 .635 Boston .2* 3t .476
Chicago '.....? 23 .va Now York ...? S4 .4X1
Phila.lolphla.39 X. SM WnnhlfiKlon.ay 4rt .305
Detroit .33 S3 .482,'fit. I?uls ....Kl 41 .334
Chicago, 7; Cleveland, 2.
CMUVBL.AND. O., July 0.?Chicago de?
feated Cleveland to-day, the two teams
bein? again tied for first place.
Score: ' R. H.. E.
Cleveland . 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 7 1
Chicago . 301010002-7 10 1
Batteries: Bernhard and Bcmls; Altrock
and MoParland. Time, 1:33. Umpire, Con?
nolly. Attendance, 3,051.
Philadelphia, 7; Boston, 4.
PHILADELPHIA. July 6.?Hard, se?
quential hitting enabled Philadelphia to
?win a wclj played game from Boston to?
day.
Score: 1 R.' H. E.
Boston ....-i_:.. 02 1 00 1 000?t 11 2
Philadelphia .1 0 4 O 1 1 0 0 ??7 11 1
Batteries: Winter, Tannehlll and Mc
Govcrn; Coakloy and Schreck. Time, 1:66.
Umpires, O'lxjughlln and McCarthy. At?
tendance, 5,336.
Detroit, 4; St. Louis, 3.
DETROIT. MICH.. July O.-Dctrolt won
tho worst played game of tho season
from St. Louis to-day In the ninth In?
ning.
Score: R. II. E.
Detroit .00 101100 1?4 6 6
6t. Louis .0010110000-3 5 3
Bat-erlos: Klllian and Doran; Sudhoff
and Rc'h. Time, 1:00. Umpire, Sheridan.
Attendance, 1.2O0.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Scores Yesterday.
i Philadelphia. 2; Boston, 0.
Now York, S; Brooklyn, 1.
Cincinnati, 6; St. Louis. 1.
Pittsburg, 5; Chicago, 2.
Where They Play To-day.
Brookly at New York.
Pittsburg at Chicago.
St. Louis at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Boston.
Standing of the Clubs.
Hub* Won Lout P ClUlia Won Lost'T
New York...52 SO .722 Cinclnnall ..37 33 .529
Plttuburu ...45 17 .(!2S St. Louis....25 42 .371
Chicago .42 30 .{A3 Hoiton .21 49 .100
Philadelphia.41 28 .DM Brooklyn ...21 61 .292
Philadelphia, 2; Boston, o.
BOSTON, MASS., ' July 6.-Corrldon
pitched a great game for Philadelphia to?
day and won applause by his fearless
handling of hard hit drives.
Score: R. H. B.
Philadelphia .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2?2 7 0
Boston .000000000?0 5 1
Batteries: Corrldon and Dooln: Young
and Moran. Time,-1:41. Umpire, Klem.
Attendance, 1,635.
Pittsburg, 5; Chicago, 2.
CHICAGO. July 6.?Pittsburg's fielding
was ragged to-day, but by hard hitting
they won easily.
Score: R. II. E.
Chicago .000020000?2 7 2
Pittsburg .0 1 00 1 lUOO?6 11 6
patteries: Roulbach and Kllng; Phllllpa
ami Carlsch. Time, 2:05. Umpire, O'Day.
Attendance, 4,300.
New York, 8; Brooklyn, i.
NEW YORK. July C.-New York easily
won from Brooklyn to-day.
8core: R. H. 13.
New York .4 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 ??8 11 0
Brooklyn .:. 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?1 3 4
Batterlo.i: Wlltso and Bowermnn; Eason
and Bergen. Tlnio. 2 hours. Umpire,
Johnstone. Attendance, 3,200.
Cincinnati, 6; St. Louis, i.
': CINCINNATI, O., July 6.?Brown was
hit hard In the first Inning and Cinclnnall
scored enough runs to win.
Score: , R. H. 15.
Cincinnati ., 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 ??6 9 2
St. Louis ..?.1000 0 0 00 0?1 7 2
Batteries: Ewlng nnd Street; Brown nnd
Zcarfoss. Time. 1:37. Umpire, Bauso
wlne. Attendance, 1,709.
South Atlantic League.
At Jacksonville:. Macon, 1; Jackson?
ville, 0.:
Augusta, 1; Savannah, 8.
At Columbia: Columbia, P; . Charles?
ton. 3, . . . ?
Elf
Southern League. |
At Nashville: (First game) AtlnntnJ 7:
Nashville, 1. (Second camo) Atlanta; 4:
Nashville, 1.
At Montgomery: Montgomery, 4; Bir?
mingham, 1. ?
At Little Rock: Little Rock, 2; Mem?
phis, 3.
At Shreveport: Shrevoport-New Or?
leans, no game,
Charlotte, 2; Greensboro, 2.
: (Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlspntoh.)
/CHARLOTTE, N. C, July O.-Chnrlolte
and Oroonsboro tied In tho flrBt of th?
series of p-amos ployed hero this nftor
f Have
ATrunk
Have You?
A Chance to
Buy at Retail
Direct
from Factory.
H.W. Rountree GBro.
Trunk and Bag Co. '**??
are now retailing their cele?
brated Roller Tray and all other
Hinds of Trunks and Baga at
their factory,
14th fetid Broad Streets, i
?n,'tn,?rnY'i, *ntV-? ?"/inning 2 to 2 ftt the
end of the eleventh Inn ng, The gnmo
W/J.1inoicnl"Ml lin f' n'??*< boln? do
!ftT /Li?I'*>ne?2unt of rnln- OP nccount
of darkness the game wns nailed at the
cnDfl.of J>'9 o.levotith Inning,
Score by Innings: R.
&lJ"rlot1*?- .0 00 0000 0 2 0.0-2
Grennsbpro ............ 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 O 0-2
Batteries: Charlotte, Hobgood anil R?ld;
Greensboro, McLaughlin. Daley and Ry?
an. Struck out: By Hobgood. 8; by Mc?
Laughlin, 6. Time of game, i hours,nnd
6 minutes. Umpire, Bass, Attendance,
400.
Staunton, 5; Orange, 2.
ni (Special to Tho Tlmos-DHpatcli.)
STAUNTON, VA., July 6.-Tho Staunton
baseball loam defeated. Orange hero to?
day In one of tho best played games of
the season by 6 to 2. Howard Porter
pitched for Staunton and Bntcer for
Orange. This mnkes two out of a BCrles
of three games Staunton has won from
Orange.
JUMIGllEUlG
STAKES AT BRIGHTON
Nannie Hodge Defeated the
, Favorite By Three
Lengths.
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK, July 6.?Nannie Hodge
captured thc Jamaica Selling Stakes, thc
feature of thc card at Brighton Beach,
to-day. Nannie Hodge won by tftrec
lengths from the favorite, Geranium. Six
favorites were defeated. Summaries:
First race?six furlongs?Brookdalo
Nymph (5 to 2) first, Merrick C80 to 1)
second, Devil Tree (20 to 1) third. Time,
1:14 1-5.
Second race?one mile and sixteenth
Major Dalngerfleld (10 to 1) first. Action
(even) second, Liberia (16 to 1) third.
Time, 1:47-1-6. ?
Third race?six furlongs?Druid (5 to 1)
first, Dreamer (6 to 1) second, Hand
zarra.(5 to 1) third. Time, 1:12 2-5.
Fourth race?the Jamaica Stakes; six
furlongs?Nannie Hodge (16 to D) first,
Geranium (S to 6) second, King; Pepper
(i to 1) third. Time. 1:13 1-6.
Fifth race?one mile and a furlong
St. Bcllane (10 to 1) first, Monsieur Beau
calrc (IS to 5) second, Adbell (15 to 1)
third. Time. 1:53 3-5.
Sixth race?five and a half furlongs
Sly Ben (10 to 1) first, Snow (12 ito 1)
second, Quorum (10 to 1) third. Time,
1:08 2-5.
Montgomery Park.
(By Associated Press.)
MEMPHIS, TENN., July G.-Montgom
ery Park results:
First race?seven furlongs?Onyx II. (5
to 2) first. Pickles (2 to 1) second. Mrs.
Annie (8 to 1) third. Time, 129 3-4.
Second race?five furlongs-Charlatan (7
to 1) first. Oze (2 to 6) second, Ramus (20
to 1) third. Time, 1:03.
Third race-^ovon furlongs?Sincerity
Belle (5 to 2) first. Water Pansy (3 to 1)
second, Mayor Graham (4 to 1) third.
Time, 1:29 3-4.
Fourth race?one mllo, handicap?Gregor
K. (2 to 1) first, Rightful (10 to 6) second,
Stand Pat (8 to 1) third. Time. 1:42 1-2.
Fifth race?seven furlongs?Shenandoah
(8 to 5) first, Monaco Maid (17 to 1) sec?
ond, Beknlghted (2 to 1) third. Time,
1:30.
Sixth race?one mile?Sea Average (7 to
6) first, Mabel Simms (7 to 1) second, Bull
Finch (6 to 1) third. Time, 1:45.
Events at Latonia.
. (By Associated Press.) ?j
CINCINNATI. O., July 6.?Latonia sum?
maries:
First race?six and a half furlongs?
Saronala (6 to 1) first, Ethel Day (even)
second, Rossesseau (GO to 1) third. Time,
1|20 2-5.
Second race?five furlongs?Leigh Paco
!et (4 to 1) first, Oak Duke (9 to 10) second,
Gold Mate (4 to 1) third. Time, 1:01 1-5.
Third race?one mile?Martha Gorman
(3 to 2) first. The Pet (15 to 1) second,
Judge Traynor ( to 2) third. Time,
1:41 2-6.
Fourth race?five furlongs?Nuns' Veil
lne (8 to 5) first, Vic Kinney (4 to 1)
second. Tinker (7 to 1) third. Time,
1:01 4-5.
Fifth race?one mile?Ebony (3 to 2)
first. Florence Fonso (30 to 1) second,
Florl (? to 1) third. Time, 1:40 4-6. -
Sixth race?six furlongs?Lapucelle (2 to
6) first. Mum (7 to I) second. Louise Mac
Fnrland (7 to 2) third. Time, 1:15.
On Delmar Track.
(By Associated Press.)
ST. LOUIS, MO., July fl.-Delmar sum?
maries: , .
First race?four and a half furlongs
Mae Lynch (6 to 1) first, Mildred Grist
(even) eccond, Handy Miss (3 to 2) third.
Time, :59.
Second irncc?seven furlongs?Cardonn
(3 to 1) first. Thank Heaven (even) sec?
ond, Christelle (8 to 1) third. Time,
1:32 2-6.
Third race?four and a half furlongs
Mrs. Murray (2 to 1) first, Caroline (7 to 1)
second, Kathorlno (7 t0 1) third. Time.
:&S.
Fourth race?six fiiriongs*-Tyrollan (5
lo 2) first, Sorreltop (3 to 1) secorfd, Debblo
May (3 to 1) third. Time, 1;16 2-5.
Fifth race-seven furlongs^-ETeanor
Howard (4 to 5) first, Flora Levy (16 to 3)
second. Emma Meyer (2 to 1) third. Time,
1:31 3-5.
Sixth race?one mile?P.ostof (7 to 2)
first, Anadarco (10 to 1) second, Wakeful
(7 to 2) third. Time, 1:45.
Americans' Fine Shooting.
(By Associated Press.)
BISJJEY, ENGLAND,- July 6.?The
American team of riflemen was flvo
jpolnts to the good after remarkably close
shooting nt the flvo hundred and six
'hundrod yard ranges on the first day
of tho contest for the Sir Howard Vin?
cent shlold, against tho Queen's Westmin?
ster volunteers. This lead was secured at
tho five hundrod yard ranges, the score
at six hundred yards being oven at 363.
Whon tho Americans left the 500 rnnge
with a five point lend, they received a
round of hearty cheers from the onlook?
ers. The Americans mado forty-nine and
the Westminlstora forty-six bulls eyes nt
five hundred range.
AMERICAN GIRL WINS
, PREMIER TENNIS HONORS
(By Associated Press.)
LONDON,. July 6,-Mlss May Sutton,
of Pasadena, Cnl? to-day emerged vic?
torious from the big entry for tho Premitr
Ladles' Tennis Honor of All-England, de?
feating by consistent wor Itthrougliout, ftil
the aspirants tor the championship now
held by Miss D. K. Douglas, who on Sat?
urday next will meet Miss Sutton.
In the doubles to-day, the Britishers, S.
H. Smith, and Frank L. Rlsoley, defeated
tho Australians, Norman Brooker, and
Walter Dunlop, thus eliminating all but
Englishmen from the mill's all-England
championship,
' < n.
GRAND CHALLENGE CUP
WON BY THE LEANDERS
. _. .. i
(By Associated Press,)
HENLEY. BNG? July fl?The'Lcandors,
who yesterday defeated Hie Vespers, of
Philadelphia. Pu? by a length, to-day won
the final heat In the contest for the
grand challenge cup, defeating the Bol
glan crew by two and ono-hnlf lengths
in the splendid time of six minutes fifty
six soconds. This Is five seconds better
than yostorday, and is only flvo seconds
outside the record.
Eton again onrrlod off the ladles' plate,
defeating Christ's College, Cambridge,
by a length. Time, seven minutes twelve
secpnds. ' > :>
TEACHERS STILL
IK POORLY PAID
Movement to Get Better Salaries
Progressing, Rut Not Very
Rapidly.
EDUCATORS NAME OFFICERS
Nathan C. Schoeffcr, of Pennsyl?
vania, Elected President.
Addresses Delivered.
(By Associated Press.)
ASBURY PAHK, N, J., July 6.?The
National Education Association to-day
elected tho following officers:
President, Nathan C, Bhacffer, of Penn?
sylvania.
First vice-president, William Maxwell,
of New York city.
Second vice-president. Miss N. Cropsoy,
of Indiana.
Third vice-president, J. H. Mememan,
of Arkansas.
Secretary, Irwin Shepnrd, of Winona,
Minn,
Treasurer, J. A. Wilkinson, of Kansas.
President Roosevelt will make two ad?
dresses to-morrow, >
Vice-presidents?D. B. Johnson, of South
Carolina; J. Y. Joyner, of North Caro?
lina.
Tho directors chosen Include: Alaba?
ma, Isaac W. Hill; Florida, Miss Clem
Hampton; Georgia, AVIIIIam M. Slaton;
Louisiana, Warren Easton; Mississippi,
Hobort W. Fulton; North Carolina, J. L.
Foust; South Carolina, Robert P. Pell;
Tennessee, E. F. Turner; Virginia, J. L.
Jarman.
Salaries of Teachers.
The report of the Commltee on Sal?
aries, Tenure, and Pensions of Public
School Teachers was in part as fol?
lows:
One of the most striking develop?
ments of recent years In connection
with city schools Is in the exacting
nature of the requirements for teach?
ers. Such requirements are becoming
more and more severe. The Idea that
any high school graduate can teach
school has quite generally been suc?
ceeded by the conviction that;no per?
son, however well educated generally
can properly teach without special
preparation for that duty. Tho high?
er standards which are being Insist?
ed upon for the teachers must lead
logically to better compensation. The
inadequacy of the salaries in some
, cities, after the training that Is neces?
sary to secure the positions, has been
used successfully as an argument for
their increase, and In some cities It
has been admitted where financial
reasons have stood In the way of
granting the' advance.
Thc facts collected relating to sal?
aries represent 85 per cent, of the
cities and towns of 8,000 or more inhab?
itants.
Such cities and towns In the United
States number 547 and employ nearly
100,000 teachers. From 462 of these, or
90 per cent., salary data more or less
complete were secured, and for 407, or
85.4 per cent., complete reports wero
received.
Facts Collected.
The total number of teachers and '
supervising officers In the 467 cities and
towns was 92,892. Of this number 70,
230 or 75.6 per cent, wero teachers (not
Including principals) in elementary
schools, ana all except 1,600 of thc lat?
ter number were women. That Is to
say, the women teachers in the ele?
mentary schools .constitute 74 per
cent, of the entire number of per?
sons employed either as teachers or In
supervlstory positions in connection
with the schools of these 467 cities.
High -school teachers (not Including
principals) make up 8,023 or 8.6 per
cent, of tho whole number and prin?
cipals of elementary schools 6,213 or
,8.7 per cent.
The average salary of high school
teachers (not Including principals) was
|l,046.0O, the average for the women
separately being $903, and for the men
separately $1,308. The large difference
between the averages to women and
men is due to a considerable extent
to the fact that such a large per cent,
of the men are In thc cities of 200,000
population or over, where salaries are
high as. compared with those In the
city, of average size. *
Elementary Schools.
The average yearly salary of prin?
cipals of elementary schools, was $1,
189, the average for women separate?
ly being $970, and for men separately
$1,642. As In thc case of teachers of
high schools,. the greater percentage
for men Is to a considerable extent
duo to the fact that suoh a large por?
tion of the entire number of meh nre
In the larger cities, where salaries are
relatively high.
The average yearly salary of tho
teachers In elementary schools was
$661, the average for tho women sep?
arately being $650, and for the men
separately 61,161. More than one-half
of the men teachers In elementnry
schools are In the three largest cities, '
with population of 1,000.000 or over
New York, Chicago, and Phlladelphla
where salaries are relatively high.
The average salaries of all the class
es of teachers for all the cities de?
crease steadily with the decrease In
the Blze of the cities.
How Averages Run.
Of the 2,874 male teachers (not In?
cluding principals' In high schools In
thp 467 cltleR who receive nn averngo
salary of $1,303, 13..33 por cent, received
$2,000 or over, nnd 30.27 per cent rv*.
eclved less than $1,000. Of the 6,149 fo
mnlo teachers In high schools receiv?
ing nn average salary of $903 onlv 0 63
p1r..ceIit; r?celv*<* nn much as $2,000
while B7.3 por cent, received loss than
fh'^'sSSi1 V? P"1- cftnt. received less
than $7n0. Tho group containing the
argest percentaao of all the Va e
teachers was $1,200 or under $1,300 with
11.86 per cent., while for female teach. ?
per cenT" ** ?r Under *? wUh%: -
' Programme Yesterday.
Among tho addresses delivered to-dav
wero the following: y
by'^.vmoUrPnK?:" "i %h?o1 Architecture."
"Soma of the Commoner Insert pnm. nn,*
"WR'? Children Csn Btudy TheA." by John
n. Smith, professor of enlomo ory. New- Jer.
"Tho Direct Method of Teaching," by Krnet
A?;e'%t^^
demonstration of apparatus and methods with
living specimens, by Aaron IJodgmoji Cole
department of biology, bake Hhrti Sohoo":
Chicago; lecturer In biology, University of
Chicago, extension division. ""?""r ol
"The Necessity for More and Better Eaulnoed
Day Schools," by J. J. Duncan, Inspector Pmo
Rldire agency, South Dakota.
"The Value of Oovernmont Publications to
Teachers of Commerce In Socondary fiohoalii
'???" iS" 'I8""' M J' ,c' Mo???han.' chief of
the Division of Consular Reports, Department
of Commerce and Labor, Washington. D. c
oJkCo!,(2[? ??JV-"'?m?ni? and tho Secondary
School Work." bv J. C. Klrtland, Jiv/ nrofes
Mr of Latin, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter,
"Co-operation of Unlvarsities nnd Normal
Schools In the Training of Teachers," by
Prank MoMurry, profeisor of theory and prac?
tice of teaching, Teachers' College, Columbia
University, New York City.
"Results of the Organisation of Higher
Courses In Commerce, In the Amos Tuck Bchool
of Administration and Finance, rpartmouth
Co||egq," by Harlow S. Person, secretary of
tho Amos Tuok School. Dartmouth College.
Hanover, N. H.
"Drawing and Construction Work'In Publlo
Schools as Shown by Exhibits ?t the St.
Louis ExpoAttlftn," by RoVert Ashton Klssnck,
Yealman High School. Hi. I^iuls. '
"The Aim of Pmwlng In High Schools,"
by Frank If. Collins, director of drawing and
manual training, llorrou-ths of Queen* and
Rlohmond public school*, New York City.
"Bomo Fentures of Mu-Jc Jnstnfbtloii In
Schools of New' York City," by Krnnk R. Rlx,
director of Mi'Me Public Hehools, Boroughs of
Queens nnd Richmond. New York City.
"Methods of Instruction In thi> Use of High
School Libraries," bv MIk* Florence M, Ron
kins, librarian, Central High School, Detroit,
Mick.
"The Essential F.lcmcnls nt Study In a Uni?
versity Course In Commerce," 'by Bdw. u.
Jones, Ph. D., professor of commerce and In?
dustry. University of Michigan.
"Individual tnslriiellon In Algebra nnd Geo?
metry," by Franklin T. Jones, science and1
mnthemntlcs, University School, Cleveland, O.
"Tho Teaching.' of Applied Design," by
Jsmes Parton ltaney, director of arl and man?
ual training, public school* of Manhattan nnd
the Dronx, New York City.
HOW TO SPEND IT.
Spencer Putting Seventy Thou?
sand Where It Will Do Good.
(Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.)
SPHNCETt, N. C? July B.?There Is gen?
eral rejoicing here to-day over tho suc?
cess of the bond election held yesterday,
by which an' Issue of $70,000 Is author?
ised for tho purpose of making extensive
munlclpnl Improvements. Already tho
graded school board hns hnd plnns pre
pnrcd for a handsome building, to bo
erected In a park donated to tho town
by tho Southern Railway Compnny for
the exclusive use of the school. Work
on an adequate water works system, to
be operated by cnpltallsts from Wash?
ington, will begin this week and pushed
to rapid completion, j Plans have also
been made for street Improvements nnd
wire Is belhg strung for electric lights
upon the streets of tlie town.
Postmaster J. Leo Armstrong, of this
place, who was"on yesterday removed
from office on account of a shortage In
his ^accounts, has . mado good tho defi?
ciency, which wns discovered Monday.
Mr. Armstrong states that ns soon at
his bondsmen were notified of the condi?
tion of affairs of the postofflce they
Immediately took 'charge of the office
at his own request. There are no new
developments In the matter, except that
there are a number of candidates in the.
field for the appointment as postmaster
here. Among the aspirants are Messrs.
W. H. Brltt, S. A. Davis and W. D.
Dorsett.
/
SIX -MEN KILLED.
Explosion in Pennsylvania Mine.
Rescuers Narrowly Escape.
(By Associated Press.)
UNIONTOWN, PA.. July 6.?As tho
result of nn explosion early to-day at
thc shaft of the Taylor Coal nnd Coke
Company, at Scarlght. Pa., six miles
west of hero, six men were killed and
four injured, one fatally. Three of the
dead were negroes, and the other three
foreigners. The men were working
about twenty feet below the surface
when the explosion occurred. The cause
of tho explosion Is unknown.
A rescuing party of four miners nar?
rowly escaped death while trying to lo-?
cate one of the vlctlmB. "When seventy
feet down the shaft the concrete wnll
and timbering at the top caved In, bury?
ing the men under hundreds of tons of
concrete and scaffolding. Enough crev?
ices were* left In the wreckoge, however,
to supply them with air until they were
rescued. The men wore nearly over?
come when brought to the surface,
THE INJUNCTION AGAINST
BALL PLAYERS DISSOLVED
(By Associated Press.)
HAKRISBURG, :.PA.;*:July B.-j-Judgo
Wolss to-day. dissolved :the; temporary In?
junction which had been granted by the
Dauphin County Court, restraining Pitch?
er Wlltse and Outfielder Hayden from
playing with the York Tri-State base-ball
team.
Tho two players Jumped their Balti?
more contracts and .the 'management of
the latter organization sought to prevent
them from playing with the York team.
BURNS AMD KELLY ARE
TO HAVE ANOTHER GO
(By Associated Press.)
PORTLAND, ORE.. July 6.?Tommy
Burns and Hugo Kelly, of Detroit, have
signed articles to flglit at Los Angeles on
July 26th. They will weigh in at 158
pounds at 3 o'clock the day of the fight.
Burns and Kelly fought a draw at De?
troit.
Washington Affairs.
(Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.)
WASHINGTON. D. C, July 6.?North
Carolina postmasters appointed: Leices?
ter, BUncombe county?Altha E. Sluder,
vice W. T. Erwln, removed; McLaurln,
Surry county?Annie Scales, vice J. W.
Scott, resigned; Mortimer, Caldwell county
?Joseph Hayes, vice Joseph T. L. Hayes,
resigned; Stecoah. Graham county?Philip
S. Crisp, vice Clara E. Crisp, resigned.
Patents lRRiied: Virginia?John Cnhlll,
Norfolk, shutter or closure; John K. Far
rls, Saltvlllo, artificial ' leg; Addle M,
Irby, Vernon Hill, corkscrew and spoon
holder; Ebcn Locher,! shoo heel; Thomas
S, Rnuse, Alexandria, compressed air op?
erated hydraulic brick machine; Slater C.
Shaw, Norfolk, muRlc leaf turner.
North Carolina?John S. Chambers, Wil?
mington, throttlo valve; Cornelia A. Deal,
Franklin, steak tenderer; Thomas Larn
beth. Rachel, water wheel; Tiberius C.
Nelson, Grlfton, trunk.
The postmaster nt Norfolk has boon
nllowed three additional letter carriers,
to begin service July 16th,
s .
Richmonders in New York.
(Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlspntch.)
NEW YORK, July 0.?Imperlal-II.
Campbell, C. J, Green; St. Denis?T. W.
Wheelwright; Empire?H. L. BInswangor
nnd wife; Navarro?G, F. Turner nnd
wife; York?L. Hutalor, J. Coleman nnd
wife; Marlborough?M.'Q. Rohleder; Al?
bert? Mrs. W. H. Kelly.
NASHVILLE AGAIN
IS m OF FLAMES
A Fireman Fell Four Stories
Through Elevator Shaft and
Was Badly Hurt.
(By Associated Press.)
NASHVILLE, TISNN,, July 6.-Tho
wholesale grocery house of Phillips, Webb
and Company was totally dostroyod by
flro early to*dny. Tho loss Is about $160,
000.
George Rogers, a substitute fireman,
wns dangerously hurt by failing four
stories through an elevator shaft.
This is tho third sorlous lire In Nash?
ville Iruten days, the combined lossos ag?
gregating $700,000.
EVERY AFTERNOON TO POPUUAR
BEACH PARK. 60 CENTS ROUND
TRIP.
Speclul train leaves Southern Railway
Station nt 5:80 p. M.j returning, loaves
West Point at 10:00 P. M. Two tmlnti
on Sundays, leaving Richmond at 10:80
A. M. and 4:00 P. M.; (returning, leave
West Point at 8:00 and 10:00 p. M. Fifty
cents round trip. Tickets good on either
train.
SPEND SUNDAY AT POPULAR BEACH
PARK.
Two limited trains, 10:30 A. M. nnd 4i0Q
P. M, Fifty cents round trip,
AUCTION SALES?Thls Day.
By -Tj M. Worthnm It Co.!
Heal Estate Auctioneers.
Court Sale of a Valuable Lot
on E. Side 17th St., front?
ing Market, between Main
and Franklin Sts., at the
Corner of Walnut Alley.
Good Location for Busi?
ness Stand. Store, Here
Will Command Good
Rental.
Pursuant to a deoroo of tho Chancery
Court of tho City of Rlohmond, cntored
Juno 26, 1905. In tho cnuso of Allen vs.
Jacobs nnd Jacobs vs. Wolfsholmor, tho
following Bpeclnl commissioners will sell
at public nuctlon, on tho premises on
FRIDAY, JU1 A' 7TII, 1905,
nt o:30 o'clock P. M? the property de?
scribed in said decree, ns follows:
"That .certain lot of land lying In tho
City of? Richmond, :fltate of Virginia,
fronting. 18 ;feot 6 Irtchfes on the oast side
of Seventeenth Street, between Main nnd
Franklin Streets, nnd running bnck In nn
eastern direction, nnd between parallel
lines nbout 6". feet, to nn alloy B foot 6
inches wide, the north line of said lot
beln-r the south line of Walnut Alley,
between Main nnd Franklin Streets, the
lot to be sold free and discharged from
the lien of an nnnunl ground rent of 02 1-2
bushels of wheat now. and for many
years, reserved upon said lot."
Terms: One-half cash of the purchase
money to bo paid In cash, nnd tho bal?
ance upon equal credit Instalments, at 6
and 12 months. The purchaser to receive
a deed of bargain and sale, and for the
deforrod payments, he shall execute his
noUis with Interest added, waiving his
homestead, nnd secure their pnyment by
a deed of trust on the property. Or the
purchaser shall pay In cash any larger
sum than one-hnlf. If ho shall elect to
do so, but any and nil credit payments
shall be secured by a deed of trust.
WALTER SYDNOR,
W. D. GAY.
ARTHUR M. CANNON,
Special Commissioners.
The bond required by tho above decree
of the special commissioners has been
duly given.
Given under my hand this 1st day of
July, 1905, '
CHAS. O. SAVILDE, Clerk.
By The Valentine Auction Co.,
618 E. Brpad Streot.
Committee's Auction Sale
OP
FINE FURNITURE,
This (Friday) Morning,
July 7th.
By order of court wo will sell for J. M.
Macon, committee, commencing 10:30
o'clock'on date above, at our salesrooms,
No. 618 E. Broad Street, consisting of very
handsome Quartored Onk Bed-room Bult,
Oak Wardrobe, fine Iron Bed, with brass
trimmings; Sectional Mattresses, nice
Oak Sideboard, Oak Extension Table,
Fancy Rockers, Pillows and Bolsters,
Alaska Refrigerator, very good Cooking
Stove, Heating Stove, fine Mantel Clock,
handsome Parlor Lamp, Toilet Set, Mat?
ting. Chairs, large assortment of Crock?
ery, Glassware, Granite and Porcclaln
llned Ware, good Kitchen Cupboard,
Kitchen Table, Table Linen. Bed Cloth?
ing, Bed Spring, very fine Farlof Suits,
handsome Couches and Easy Chairs,
Sewing Machine, Brass Beds, Hat Racks,
Rugs, Parlor Rockers, fine Pictures, Oak
Book Case and Secretary, Walnut Book
Case, Oilcloth, Oak Roll-Top Desk, Lace
Curtains, etc.
?ale pogltlva. Special arrangements for
ladies attending. Terms cash.
i THE.. VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
By Geo. V. Oliver, Auctioneer,
00 Broad Street, between First Street and
Brook Avenue. 'Phono 458L.
Twenty-five wagon loads
of Furniture to be sold
This Day, at 10:30 A. M.,
AT MY WAREROOMS,
00 Broad Street,
includes from the cheapest
to the finest of Household
Furniture.
Dealers invited to attend
sale.
GEO. V. OLIVER, Auctioneer.
AUCTTON SALES. Future Day
Wm. B. Pizzlnl Co.,
Real Estate Auctioneers,
Tenth and Bank Streets.
Peremptory Auction Sale
For a Division.
AT THE REQUEST OP THE HEIRS
OF
JAMES DUFFY, Deceased,
WE WILL SELL AT AUCTION,
POR THE HIGH DOLLAR,
The Two-Story Detached
Brick Dwelling
OP 0 ROOMS, ON THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OP MARSHALL AND
SMITH STREETS,
No. 519 W. Marshall Street;
Also the Two-Story Detached Framo
Dwelling, of flvo rooms, on Smith Street,
immediutoly In rear of No. 611).
Those properties nro In a splendid rent?
ing neighborhood, nnd will always com?
mand Orst-dass tenants.
Those desiring to Invest should not fall
to attend, ns the properties will positive?
ly bo sold.
SALE ON WEDNESDAY", JULY la, 1905,
AT 0 O'CLOCK P. M.
TERMS?One-third ensh, balance 1 nnd 3
years: or nil cash.
WM. B. PIBZINl CO,,
jy 7-5t Auctioneers.
REAL ESTATE?For Sale.
Waptod IlomesneHers call and Investigate,
DON'T PAY RENT-OWN A HOME.
Why continue to pay tribute to a* land?
lord when you can Just as well bo free
ana Independent? No matter where you
live, we will build or buy you a home
nnd you can pay for U In monthly pay?
ments which will average leas than rent.
Our system of Komo-bulldlug la slmplo,
conservative and. uata, Tho Company Is
hooked by reliable and rosponslble busi?
ness men ot Richmond, Va.. und a posi?
tive guarantee, secured by llrst-cluss Im?
proved real ostaijO, Is given every sub?
scriber. , , ...
Bincw our plan hail boon Introduced In
America It has boon vory successful. It
Is patented after the Colubrntod System
which has been operated successfully In
England for n number of yours, whore
thousands of happy homo-owners havo
been henefltod by It.
Every r&nt payor should send for out
Free Booklet at onco, which fully ex?
plains our plan,
Cnll or addross MUTUAL HOME
UNION, Room, No, $03, American Na?
tional Bank Building, Richmond, Va.
AUCTION SALES, Future Dayn
By C. U ft II. L. Denoon
and
Ronl Estnto Trust Company,
Auctioneers.
Commissioners* Sale
RYx
Public Auction
OP THE
Valuable Three-Story Brick
Store,
No. 1703 E. Main Street;
The Frame House,
No. 9 S. Seventeenth Street,
With thc IJiltk House In Rear of
Snmcj nl.to the
. Brick and Frame Store,
No. 1705 'E.J/L&in Street.
?,Piy*v,rt.u.? ?,f. a dwerco entered In tho Law
?iSl* .,q Ly Coi,'rt on the -1'1 aay oi July,
l^'x'n ithV'U of Sarah E- V. Rnmns
V!L i 2ly P'. Snmos- ct ?>?*. th<5 undir
SaS?^?pc.9al Commissioners, therein ap?
pointed, will sell by public auction, on tho
promises, on
Monday, July 10, 1905,
AT 12 O'CLOCK M.,
tho abovo described property:
-JUS; t-OJ.J^POK WHICH THE S
S'l'BEBTS, AND RUNS BACK 76 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO AN ALLEY.
THE LOT UPON WHICH NO. 0 S.
SEVENTEENTH STREET STANDS,
FRONTS 6 FEET 5 INCHES ON SEVEN?
TEENTH STREET, AND RUNS BACK
BETWEEN DIVERGING LINES ABOUT
55 FEET, AND BEING 0 FEET ON THE
REAR END, WITH A BRICK HOUSE
ON THE REAR OF THE LOT.I
THE LOT UPON WHICH THE BRICK
AND FRAME STORE NO. 1V05 EAST
MAIN STREET STANDS.* HAS A
FRONTAGE OF 8 FEET 2 INCHES ON
THE SOUTH LINE OF MAIN STREET,
AND RUNS BACK 70 FEET, MORE OR
LESS.
The above parcels of land, with tho
Improvements thereon, and the privileges
thereto belonging ns mentioned In
the report of Commissioner Jamos, will
first be offered separately, and tnon of?
fered togethor as a -whole.
TERMS-One-thlrd cash, the residue In
throe equal Instalments, payablo respec?
tively at 0, 12 and 18 months from day of
sale, the purchaser giving notes, bearing
0 per cent. Interest, and Mile retained until
nil of the purchase money Is paid and
a conveyance ordered by the court; or all
cash, at option of the purchaser.
THOMAS W. GARDNER,
JNO. B. MINOR.
J. SAM'L. PARRISH.
Special Commissioners.
In the Law and Equity Court of tho City of
Richmond.
Sarah A. E. Ramos.Plaintiff,
against
Manly B. Ramos, et nts.Defendants.
I, P. P. Winston, clerk of said court,
certify that the bond required of tho
Special Commissioner by the decree In
said cause of July 3d, 1905, has been duly
given.
Given under my hand this 5th day of
July, 1905. ,
JyB-tds P. P. WINSTON, Clor't.
By C. L. & H. L. Denoon,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE
OF
HANDSOME
BARTON HEIGHTS
RESIDENCE.
In pursuance of an order of tho District
Court of the United States for the Eastern
District of Virginia, at Rlohmond, in tho
matter of . Joseph . W. Starrltt, a
bankrupt, In bankruptcy, entered
on the 5th day of July, 1905,
and by virtue of a certain deed of
trust from said Joseph W. Starrltt and
wlfo to'ftie^u*iderslgnod Trustee, benrlng
dato on tho 12th day of Kebruary, Vm,
and recorded In tho clerk's office of Hen?
rico County Court In D. B. 10O B, pnge
85, I shall proceed to sell at public auc?
tion, on tho premises, on
Thursday, the 13th Day of
July, 1905,"at5P. M?
the following real estate, to-wlt:
All that certain lot or parcel of land,
with buildings and Improvements thereon,
nnd all rights and provlleges thereto be?
longing, lying und being In tho county of
Henrico; Va., In tho town of Barton
Heights, beginning at tho northeast cor?
ner of Lamb Avenue nnd Poo Street;
thenco extending northwardly along the
east lino of Lamb Avenue nnd fronting
thereon 150 feet, and extending back be?
tween parallel lines 118 feot to nn alley
In tho rear, being lots Nos. 1, 2 and 8, in
Block No. 9, In tho plan of tho town of
Barton Heights.
This Is recognized as one of the most
ATTRACTIVE HOMES In this growing
tovw, and Is MODERN and UP-TO
DATE IN EVERY' PARTICULAR. The
house contains about ton rooms, .with
every convenience, such as PORCELAIN
BATH, STATIONERY WASHSTAND.
ELECTRIC LIGHTPING, |FURNACE
HEATING, etc
There Is also a large* and well built
stable on the premises.
TERM'S?Cash as to expenses of execut?
ing this trust, nny taxes duo, and to pny
tho sum of $2,7112.12: a credit as to J3.00U,
duo February 12, 1900, with Interest from
day of sale; ba'anco at ono and two
years; or all cash, at option of purchaser.
C. L. DENOON, Trustee.
N. B.?Tho auctioneers will bo authorized
to make more liberal terms on day or
sale. Jj' 7-tds
By II. A. M'Curdy, '
Real Estate Broker.
COMISSIONER'S SALE
OF LOT
132 Feet by 165 Feet 8
Inches,
S. W. Corner Marshall and
Thirty-second Streets.
Lonoy
vs. - ? * 11:':Jp
Loney.
Decree of Richmond Chancery Court,
April 17, 1005.
Pursuant to abovo decree, the under?
signed appointed commissioner thereby
will offer for sale on
Tuesday, July 11, 1905, at
6 P. M.,
tho above very desirnblo lot, which can bo
subdivided to advantage, Nothing need bo
said about the destruhillty of this proper?
ty, which WILL BE OFFERED EITHER
AS A WHOLE OR .SUBDIVIDED, as
may bo deemed bust nt tlnio of sale.
TERMB-Cnsh as to one-fourth, balance
ill oiiuul Instalments, with Interest added
at 0, Vi and 18 months, purchaser to give
negotiable notes and secure tho same by
trust deed: or for nil cash, at thu option
of the purchaser.
ALLEN (1. COLLINS.
Spuciai Commissioner,
I certify that tho bond required of tho
.Special Commissioner by the abovo decree
has been duly given.
C11A8. O. SAVILLE, Clork.
Jy 0-tds _
FINANCIAL.
MONEY TO LEND
AT THE LOWEST RATE OF INTBR
est on Richmond city, suburban und
good farm property.
BUTTON & CO.. 10 N. Ninth St.
NEW FALL LIST .
JUST OUT TO-DAY.
Call for ono. Full and complete
J. B. ELAM & CO.. 1H3 Main.
AUCTION SALES, Future Dav*
By N. W. Bowo & Son,
Real Estate Auotleuof.Ta.
Sale by Public Auction of
the Shipbuilding Plant,
Machinery, Tools and Oth?
er Equipment of the Wil?
liam R. Trigg Company.
Tho undersigned,. Special Commissioners
of tho Chancery Court of tho city of
Richmond, will offer for boIo, by pub.lo
auction, on tho promises, at Rlohmond,
Va., on tho
10TH DAY OF JULY', 1003,
all tho property of the William H. Trigg
Company, consisting of that well located
and thoroughly onulppcd shipbuilding'
plant, with tho machinery, derricks, toois
anil appliances belonging to tho same.
This property is most eligibly Bltuntod
for the purpose of n shipbuilding plant,
car works or othor llko enterprises. Tho
machinery on hand, recently purchased at
a cost or over $400,000, In of the mo>t ap?
proved labor-saving design, nnd In first
class condition. Tho real estate will l.o
offered both' In pnrcels and as a whole,
and In llko manner thc machinery, too!s,
etc., will be offered In pnrcels and as a
whole. At the same time tho Richmond
Dock, a port of this plant, which Is In It?
self an Income-producing property, will bo
offered for salo separately.
This salo presents exceptional opportu?
nities to capltnlltlos, manufacturers and
other parties Interested In Industrial enter?
prises, to purchase on easy terms and at
fair prices moBt desirable property. '
Upon application to the undersigned,
pamphlets, maps and other printed mat?
ter presenting full Information as to the
terms o fsalc, character and location of
tho property, nnd nil like data will be
furnished.
(Signed)
BEVERLEY B. MUNFORD,
LILBURN T. MYERS.
. Commissioners.
In the Clerk's Office of tho Chancery
. Court, Richmond, Va.
S. H. Hftwes & Co., who sues, etc.,
against
Wm. R. Trigg Company and others.
I horoby certify that the bond required
of the above mentioned, Boverley B.
Munford and Lllburn T. Myers, Special
Commissioners, appointed by the deoreo In
the aforesaid suit, entered on the 23d ot
May, 1906, has been duly executod.
(Signed) CHARLES O- SAVI1.LB,
Clerk.
Jo 20.23.27.3O&JU 4,7
By Pollard & Bagby,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COURT SALE BY AUCTION OF
THREE-STOJtY DETACHED BRICK
DWELLING, NO. 108, ON WEST IjINH
OF NINETEENTH, BETWEEN
FRANKLIN AND GRACE STREETS.
ALSO NICE VACANT LOT, ADJOIN?
ING ON THE NORTH.
In execution of a decree of the Chancery
Court of the City of Richmond, entered
July 5, 1906, In suit of Cooko vs. Cooke,
ot als., I will sell by auction, on the
premises, on
TUESDAY, JULY 11TH, 1903,
at 5:30 P. M., the abovo mentioned prop?
erty.
First. The dwelling as described above,
about 8 rooms and detached kitchen; lot
32x132 feet.
Second. Vacant lot adjoining on. the
north; 34x132 feet.
The property will be offered; separately
as above, and then as a whole.
TERMS: One-third cash, residue at 6,
12 and 18 months, credit payments to be
evidenced by notes and to carry interest,
and title retained; or all cash, at option
of purchaser,
WM. M. TURPIN,
Special Commissioner.
Tho bond required by special commis?
sioner by decree abovo mentioned has
been duly given.
CHAS. O. SAVILX.E, Clerk.
By A. J. Chewnlng Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
No. 912 N. First Street.
By virtue of a certain deed of' trust,
dated July 3. 1903, of record In the clerk's
office of Richmond Chancery Court, in D.
B. 178 C, page 210, default having been
made in tho payment of the debt thereby
secured, and being required by the benefi?
ciary so to do, I will sell by auction, upon
tho premises, on
TUESDAY, JULY UTiH; 1905,
at 0 o'clock P. M? the property numbered
as above, consisting of a lot of land,
fronting 24 feot 8 Inches on the west line
of First Street, between Baker and Char?
ity Streets, by a depth of 129 feet, with a
good dwelling thereon. Come and get a
bargain; It rents well.
TERMS-Cosh.
A. J. CHBWNTNG, Trustee.
Jy6-tds
By H. A. McCurajr,
Real Estate Broker.
T
RUSTEE'S BALE -
OF
TWO-STORY FRAME DWELLING*
907 1-2 W. Leigh Street.
In execution of a deed of Juno 20, 1600,
and recorded D. B. 168 A, p. 204, In Rloh?
mond Chancery Court, tho undersigned
will offer for sale, upon tho premises, on
SATURDAY. JULY 8, 1905, AT 0 P. M?
the realty conveyed and described as
fronting 17.6 on south line of Leigh Street,
west of Graham Street, and running back
to a paved alley. Tho dwelling contains
six rooms, water on each floor, and has
culvert connection, etc.
TERMS?(By consent) one-third cash,
residue at 6 ,12 and 18 months, tho de?
ferred payments to bear Interest and se?
cured by trust deed; or for all cash, at
option of purchaser.
R. B. M'CURDY, Trustee,
July4-tds.
By Augustine Royall & Company,
Roal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
Office: No. 927 lEull St., Manchester, Va.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF HOUSE AND
1 LOT ON EAST SIDE OF SEVEN?
TEENTH STREET, BETWEEN STOCK?
TON AND EVERETT STREETS, IN
THE CITY OF MANCHESTER, VA., ON
TUESDAY, JULY 11TK. 1906. AT 6:80
O'CLOCK P. M., ON THE PREMISES.
By virtue of a deed of trust, executed
by Mary M. Simms and husband to the
undorsignod, dated January 29th, 1904. and
recorded In the Corpoi-atlon Court, clork's
ollloe. for said city, In D- B. 27, page 34,
wc will (bolng required so to do by the
beneficiary) soli at auction on the day,
hour nnd placo named above, that desir?
able bouse and lot, located on tho said
east line of Seventeenth Street, between
Stockton and Evorett Streets, In said
city, lot fronts 80 foot by one hundred
and twolvo feot deep, more or loss.
TERMS-Cosh ns to expensea of sale,
Interest pnst due, Insurance and tajcos,
$30.87; the residue upon a credit of six,
twolvo nnd elghteon months, for notes,
six por cent. Interest added, seourod by a
trtiHt deed.
L. W. GLAZED R001IC.
E. H. SI'ENCE.
JO LANE STERN.
Trustees.
Jy-0-tds
By A. J. Chownlng Company,
Real Estate Agents.
TRUSTER'S AUCTION SALE OF
No. 1115 W. Leigh Street.
By vltruo of a certain deed of trust,
datod August 15. 1903, of record In the
clerk's ofilco of Richmond Clmucery Court,
D. B. 179 13, page OS, default having been
made In the payment of a i-ortlon of tne
debt thereby secured, and being required
by the beneficiary so to do, I will sell by
auction, upon tho promises, on
WEDNESDAY. JULY Tlltl 13T11, IMS,
at ? o'clock P, M.. tho properly numbered
as tthov*>. fronting 19 fnetll Inches on the
southern line of Lolf-h Hire?!., nenrHur
I'lsoi), by a depth between parallel lines
of I2u feet.
TERIMS-Cash as ? to tho cost of sal*,
and Jis.ft), with Interest from February
15, 1905, nnd upon credits as to WWW to
August is. 190m: 118.0') to February, MM*
nnd $5ln,iii to August, 1906: each credit
payment |to bear Interest from dote of.
Mile; balance cash.
A. J. t'HEW'NiNG, Trusts*.
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