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VOL. VI? NO. 143.
HASSLER i MACBA1N.
Are Jilways on the lookout for
And are receiving new and
Satin striped Batiste, at 12|c a yd.
French cashmere (Jinbre's, 25c a yd;
usual price, :;7-c.
Yard wide Batiste ar 8c a yd.
Pongee Drapery in great variety of
styles, at 15 am! 17c a yd.
Ladies' black drapery Nets from 25c
a yd up.
Figured Mohairs, in light shades, at
83c a yd.
All wool Chaliies, inches wide,
42c a yd.
"Wool suitings, 54 inches wide, 2t"c a
Wool striped Stiitiiiir, 36 inches wide,
Pin cheek wool Suiting. 3S inches,
at 15c a yd.
All wool Suiting, 88 inches wide, 20c
China Silks, at :'T;c. 50c, 70c and $1
Striped PonsreeSilks in all the latest
hades, at 50c; regular price, roc.
Ladies' and children's cambric and
Swiss Flouncings, from 20c up.
Butterick's Metropolitan Fashion!
Sheet has just arrived and will be1
given away free of charge.
Sny?er, -Hassler an? McBain
134 SALEM A VI'.N IT., S. W.,
ROAN O EE. - - -
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
>Vt, kuviv our
S6 AUD $8 SUITS
Are superior to all others, but
we want you to see them. We
have an increasing demand
A N D^t<
And as sizes are broken, those
we have left, we cut from
$12 io $10 and From $10 to $8.
This will give you a chance to
be well dressed for little
money. The black Cheviot,
formerly advertised at $10, we
are selling at $9.50.
flat have feat $15?
Fine Diagonals, Corkscrews
and newly-patterned Cassi
WORKMANSHIP SO EXCELLENT I
PRICES SO LOW
That it will make the leading
"How We Do It."
ARE THE LATEST.
to look at them be?
lt will pay you
ore yOP DU5r'
-FOR SALE AT
108 Commerce St.
Prices as Low as the
Champignons, Petit* Pois,
Durkeel'B Salad Dressing
Lea & Perrin's Sauce
Essence of Anchovies.
Waluut Catsup, China Soy,
TrufTees, Currie Powder
Celery Salt, Chili Sauce,
Canned Shrimp, Deviled Crabs,
Snails, Pitted Olives,
Frencd CapreB, Mustard Sardines,
Sardines in Oil,
Cross & BlackwiU'8 Chow Chow,
Mixed Pickels and Gherkins,
Cross & Blackwill's Assorted Jams,
Turkish Preserved Roses,
Richardson & Robinson's
Potted Meats and Plum Pudding.
Edam, Pine Apple, Sweitzer
and Cream Cheese.
Checkered Front Grocery
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Carnegie City, Va., (Formerly Big
Investors would do well to corres?
pond with us. ap25-lm
SPECIAL ? DRIVES
In black and colored faille Silks, at
99c per yard; regular price $1 25.
Silk finished Henrietta cloth, best
quality, 4(> inches wide, 90c. per yard.
All silk Fish Net, 46 inches wide,
89c. per yard; sold elsewhere at $1.25.
All wool Stripes and Flaids, spring
shades, 36 inches wide, 35c. per yard;
regular price 50c.
A. few more pieces left, 40 inch wool
stripes at 15c. per yard.
Twenty dozen ladies1 blouse waists
at 5<k\ apiece.
Full line of Indies1 muslin anil cam?
bric mule: wear.
The largest assortment of Towels,
Napkins and Table Linen .n ihe city,
at New York prices.
IN EVERY PARTICULAR,
AT PRICES THAT
42 Salem avenue.
i O to 15 Per Cent
S A V E D
BY RAYING CASH I OR
| 154 SALEM AVENUE.
WHOLESALE PRICES ON
Oil Sold at Night.
A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.
C. F. BLOUNT.
HICKS, BANE & KELLY,
Real Estate Agents,
They are associated with J W Hicks,
Attorney-at-Law, who furnishes ab?
stracts of title. apl7-3m
iy will Ikj received until May 31, at 10 o'clock
a. in., for the repair and enlargement of the
public school building at Vinton, Va. Plans
and specifications can be seen by calling on W,
P. Moomaw, No. 32. Campbell street, Koanokc,
V'a. Bids may be left with W. P. Mf>omaw,
Roonokc, Va,, Dr. George T. Walker, Vinton.
or the undersigned through city postolfice. The
board reserves the right to reject any and all
bids. D. E. KEFAUVER,
myllto31 Clerk of Board.
J. E. Mulcare& Co,
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
And dealers in all kinds of Cooking
and Heating Stoves. Plumbing, and
Gas and Steam fitting done. Tin
roofing a specialty. Satisfaction guar?
anteed. No. 115 First avenue, Roan
oke, Va. ap5-tf
% SALE AND CO.,
BEDFORD CITY, VA.,
! The Bedford City Land and Im?
The Otter View Land Co.
The Longwood Park Co.
And the most desirable business and
residence property in the.tawn.
Refer to the First National Bank,
Bedford City, Vs. apl.5-Sm.
J&GINIA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1S90.
THE LUCKY ONES
EVANS WIMS BY A MAJORITY
OF 237 FOR MAYOR.
The Context Very Exciting, Itut no
Anlmonily or Hard Feeling* lie
t ween the Contestnnt*?Everybody
Arc Seemingly Snlij*lle?l.
Mayor?W. G. Evans.
Treasurer? C. W. Thomas.
Commonwealth's Attorney?Roy B
Clerk of Court?S. S. Brooke.
Commissioner of Revenne?C. M
Oiry Sergeant?J. B. Traynham.
Constable?P. E. Brawford.
Council?W. P. II uiT, J. H.Skinker
John Sbeehan, J. A. McConnell, 1)
Buggies, 11. A. Buckner.
Magisl rates-Sam < J. Williauis.Frnnk
Ray, s. W. Howerton.
Thy vote in detail follows:
HOUSTON . 130
Evans plurality 287
FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY
Ko\ B Smith. H91
Smith's majority 309
T. M. Wood.
S. S. Shafer. 185
C. \V. Tbouia?. 7(H)
Thomas majority 524
Traynham j. U6
Traynbam's plurality 8b
Houston's plurality 12:3
8 S. Brooke. 065
COMMON WE A LTBPS ATTORNE1
Smith . 317
Wojd . 241
Smith's majority 70
Thomas' majority 08
COMMISSIONER OF REVENUE.
C. M. Turner. 5G?
Welsh's plurality 83
i Minore. ;ji
Booker, colored . 77
Brawford's plurality 121
SHE IS INSANE.
THE VERDICT IN THE W00T
TEN CASE YESTERDAY.
SHE DOESN'T MIND IT MUCH.
ABOUT THE HOTELS.
There was an ex-candidate for Con?
gress in town yesterday, but ho iF
so well known to the people of the
town, he hardly needs an iutroduc
tion. Major.Griffln is the gentleman
referred to, and he opposed Hopkins.
He ia in Koanoke at least half of his
time, and his friends here
An All-Ony Trial?Captain Berkeley's
Npeecb?His Collar Wilts, Hut lie
Uvtn There Jhn( tue Name?incidents
of the Cane?Hoped to !>e DlNcbarired.
Kay's majoiity 50
Sbeehan and Ruggles elected.
Thomas plurality? 854
: linitbs plurality??54
Miss Nora Wootteu, the erratic
young female, who attempted the life
of Dr. H. A. Sims, has been acquitted
on the ground of insanity.
The case occupied the attention of
the Hustings Court all day and the
verdict of t he jury was not rendered
till nearly six o clock. After much
difficulty the following gentlemen
were selected as juror.-: A. M. Nelson,
J. E. Lewis, Henry Hohn, Howard
Chipmau. .lames S. Simmons, George
F. Dyer. W. C. Thomas, S. K. Law
horn, Robert Hopcraft, James T.
HTuton, Eugene Pord and .John S.
The prisoner was represented by
Messrs. Phlegar, Berkeley and John?
son, and Thomas N. Williams, esq.,
assisted Roy Smith in the prosecu?
tion. The witnesses for the defense
were Dr. Sims, Frank B. Caldwell,
Rush U. Derr and Dr. W. 8. Gregory.
Their testimony related to the im?
mediate incidents of the attempted
killing, the particolara of which are
already known to the readers of the
?r. Lewis G. Pedigo and H. W.
Harrison were examined as medical
experts and testified that they be?
lieved the woman to be suffering
from a peculiar mania, which r?u
df red her course naturally eratic and
at times violent. One of the strong
symptoms of this mania is to imagine
some association between herself and
some prominent person. Sometimes
a professional man. but most fre?
quently a preacher was selected as the
subject of her special attentions, and
associated with her hallucinations. In
most cases this imagination was car?
ried out as if real at aggravated stages
of thedisee.se. Dr. Pedigo testified at
length of this disease and cited simi?
lar eases. He also stated that he had
known tin; prisoner some years and
had predicted such an outcome of her
Major L. D. Lorentz, of Washing?
ton, is stopping at Marshall's Cafe
and yesterday ate dinner in company
with Judge McLane and a number of
other gentlemen. The major wears
a white moustache and a Prince Al?
ii 'i t coat and thinks that his adopted
home is destined to be the linest
city in the world. He is interested
in a new explosive and the factory
may possibly be started here.
Major flutter was in town yes?
terday and left in the early train this
morning for his home in Lynchburg.
The major is almost looked upon as a
citizen of Roanoke. He has known
th ? town from its infancy and laid it
out. At this time the major is largely
interested in a number of mining and
real estate enterprises. It is such
men as he that are making the name
of Southwest Virginia synonymous
with push, enterprise and vi^or.
We had the pleasure today of meet
ing Mr. C. M. Teich, who is stopping
a- Marshall's Cafe. He is a gentle
man of rare attainments?one who is
well versed and well read in all the
important topics of the day. He hails
from Bridgeport, Conn., and is a well
built gentleman of about fifty, with
iron gray beard and hair. He dresses
in black, carries his overcoat on his
left arm, is fond of a cigar, wears a
plain black tie: and, in all, makes a
neat appearance. He is correspond?
ent for several of the northern papers.
WES1 FAD ADDITION.
Desirability of and Demands for Lota
- FOR CONSTABLE.
M. S. ./ones.
S. G. Williams.
James A. Hugh.
Williams majority :
Seventy Men Will Go.
The Boanoke Light.'Infantry expect
to carry seventy men to Richmond to I condition a considembletime agoJ
attend the Lee unveiling, the railroad | Rev. J. W. Lynch stated that she
had visited him several tines and
FOR ? Ol .V? II..
C. A. Mooinaw
H. V. Gray....
Huff and Skinker elected.
SECOND WARD?FOR MAYOR.
STEVENS. ' 4
Evans plurality 43.
Thomas' majority 263
Smith's majority 109
officesr here having signified their
willingness to allow the members em?
ployed there leave of absence. The
Light Infantry will also be accom?
panied by the Roanoke Machine
Works band. Under the circumstan?
ces i he company will make one of the
best showingB of any company in the
They will leave here Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock, going to Peters?
burg and thence to Richmond.
This afternoon the company will
appear on the streeets in a full dress
drill using their new uniforms for the
first tin!-. If is quite safe to say thai
they will present a good appearance.
Hotel Roanoke and it* chef.
Hotel Roanoke is famous for its ex?
cellent and elaborate banquets, and a
Connecticut gentleman wiid is famil?
iar with the best cuisine of the North,
remarked the other day that he had
never seen in Huston or New York su?
perior in quality and general excel?
lence to the banquet given the Mass?
achusetts Press Association here oh
the 15th instant. The man who di?
rects the preparation of Hotel Roan
oke's cuisine is F. A. Archambault.
Mr.Archamb3i.ult is a young and rather
stout Frenchmao. He is one of the
linest chefs in the country, and,
though not more than thirty, he has
seen service in the Grand Hotel Paris
desired to take the veil. She also
stated that she wanted to marry one
of two men and asked his advise as to
which one to choose. He clearly saw
signs of insanity at that time.
The ease was interesting through?
out, and the court room was crowded
all day. every one straining their
necks to jret ??< glimpse of the young
woman. All the lawyers of the Roan?
oke bar were there at different times
during the day.
Mr. Williams made a very short
speech for the Commonwealth, and
was followed by ( apfaiu ' W. W.
Berkely for the defense. Captain
Berkely starred off calmly and delib
erately, taking a sin of water about
every dozen words, but before he had
been speaking five minutes he had
become thoroughly aroused, and at
times, his voice could be heard a
I square away. It was only a few mo
I ments before his standing collar had
j wilted, and he unbuttoned his vest.
I mopped the perspiration from bis
I forehead with a linen handkerchief,
las. his argument progressed. He
I poured hot shot into Smith &; Wil?
liams, on theother side, but they al?
lowed a smile to play on their coun?
tenances, stopping occasionally to
take a note.
Miss Wootten smiled frequently
, while the speech of Mr. Williams wa
and London, and Delmonico's in New; being delivered. When he said that
York. I if the jury believed from tin- evidence
that she was guilty they would have
to send her to the penitentiary for
HOTEL Roanoke.?George W. Me- (live yearSj Miss Wooten exclaimed
Call, Philadelphia; John P. Petty-1 passionately, "you'll have to hang
John, Lynchburg; W. 8. McKenney, j mu then when I get out again." She
Bedford;H. B. Caldburn, Bedford:
T. W. Spindle, Bedford; J.W. Frank,
Pennsylvania; A. Byron, Washing?
ton ; 8. C, McLanaham,Pennsvlvania;
Martin Van Buren. New York; F. H.
Fox. Bristol; H. F. Lynch, Boston;
E. Grev, New York; G. D. An
interrupted him several times while
Miss Wootten looked as fresh and
rosy as possible when she was
brought into the court room. She
has been well cared for by Sergeant
. Thomas, and showed no signs of her
York; ?. B. Gatting, confinement. She is a small woman,
. flolloway, Louisville; [with rosy cheeks, a weal
hair and two large brown eyes that
H. A. Edwards, Jonn F. Alexander,
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
FOR COMMISSIONER OF REVENUE.
C. M. Turner.. 741
FOR CITY SERGEAST.
Andrew L. Pitzer.:. 144
J. B. Traynham.,. 149
J. A. Page. 62
E. C. Welsh. 1G2
Jackson D. Smith. 144
A. M. Jones. 112
Joseph Frank.,. 195
R. A. Buckner. 200
W.P. Camp. 198
J. A. McConnell. 375
J.R. Shick. 271
Buckner and McConnell elected.
Howerton's plurality, 284
Brawford. . 300
Brawford's plurality 244
ilth of brown
a. .11. jaunoiugiuv"? , . Dalr UOU IWU liUge DlOWII e
W 8 Matthews, Big Stone Gap; C B | saZod restlessly around the room, and
Strouse, Salem; J M Lindsley, New | Iiever seemed to fix themselves upon
York: A J Palmore, W K Cromwell, j anyone object. She was attired in a
W C Palmore, C F Crist, Wm Ras- j })\?Ck dress and a large black three
raers, Baltimore; A R Lyons, H W 1 cornered felt hat. Her mother occu
8 haw. New Y ork.
A T?rrtt>le Fall.
Benjamin W. Brooks, of Dinwiddie
countv, met with a severe accident
yesterday morning in the Norfolk and
Western yards. He was walking
along the railroad track when he
stepped on a stone, which turned
under his foot and threw him down,
breaking his right wrist and two of
the mitacorpal bones in his left hand.
He was taken to the office of Drs.
Stone and Firey, whero he received
the proper surgical attention. Mr.
Brooks had been given a position by
the Norfolk and Western Railroad
Company,and but for his unfortunate
accident would have started to work
A Pleasant Surprise.
Members of the congregation of the
Lee Street Methodist church assem?
bled at the residence of Mr. G. W. Sis
ler Thursday evening and presented
the pastor, Rev. W. T. Schooley,
?with a wagon load of delicacies and
snbstantials which was given to him
with the love and esteem of his con?
gregation. The pa9tor returned
thanks for the gift in a very approp-1
riate speech, and invited the visitors
to spend their evening -with him,
which they did, and a very enjoyable
occasion it was.
pied a chair just in the rear of the
prisoner's, box, and was in a deep
The jury was only out of the room
ten minutes when the above verdict
was brought in.
The only thing Miss Wootten said
when the result was brought in was
"I had hoped to be discharged, I don't
want to goto that horrid old asylum."
She was remanded back to jail to
bo sent to the asylum as soon as prac?
Against tbe Norfolk and Western.
In the Giles county circuit court
yesterday the jury gave Dailey C.
Lindamood's aduiistrator a verdict for
seven thousand five hundred dollars
against the Norfolk and Western rail?
road for the killing of Dailey C. Linda
mood at Pearisburg station, in Feb?
ruary last by a collision between two
The law point decided in the case is
that the conductor and engineer of
one train of cars are not the fellow
servants of the conductor and engi?
neer of another train of the same
company, but that they are vice-prin?
cipals of the company.
The point is a new one and has not
yet been-settled by our Court of Ap?
peals, except by analogy in other
cases. The railroad company will ap -
ply for an appeal. _ ;
All who come to this city, either as
visitors or as residents, are pleased
with its location as well as with the
e lergy and enterprise of its people.
As soon as they have ascended one
of the gently rising elevations of the
e ty and viewed the handsome public
and private buildings, many of them
fresh froin-rhe builders hands, and all
of t hem comparatively new, they are
fi led with admiration for the city and
its progressive people, and begin at
once, if they are able, to make invest
11 ents with the ultimate intention of
building themselves homes.
In whatever direction they look
they see eligible building lots and
houses in different degrees of cons?
truction. In the western part of the
city the view, however is one of the
most enchanting and that location
for resiliences is most numerous and
desirable. The land from (Trove
street westward, with occassional un?
dulations, rises gradually, till within
a few hundred yards of Roanoke
ri ver, where it slopes westwardly t?
the beautiful valley border, the banks
of that winding stream.
.J ust where the last western assent
commences, a handsome boulevard of
? mile in length begins, and from this
to the north, and south runs numer?
ous streets, intersecting others lead?
ing east and west. These streets di?
vide what was once the property of
the We.-t End Land Company into
blocks: which in turn have been laid
off into lots, the most desirable to be
found anywle're for the purposes of
The demand for these lots was such
t 1 ?: r the eouipany soon disposed of all
of them, and they are now owned
mostly by single individuals. Me srs.
James S. Simmons ?fc Co., are agents
for a large number of these owners,
and their numerous daily sales of Iota
fully attest the great demand for
The Roanoke Street Railway Com?
pany have lately completed a line
through the center of this property,
and cars ruu hourly from the Union
depot by this route to tbe western
limits of tbe city. Here, removed
from the bustle and turmoil of the
business centers, tbe hard worked
man can find the rest and quiet of a
suburban home without any of its at?
tendant advantages. The pure air
from tbe surrounding mountains will
sevlvify the blood which courses
through his veins, and the panoramic
views of all that is grand and beauti?
ful! in nature or tastefui in art will
sooth his mind when weared with
the cares of constant daily toil.
The elevation is such that every lot
is thoroughly drained without beinsr
abruptly steep or permeated with
ledges of stone, so commonly the ease
in mountainous districts. Many of
the streets have been planted in trees
which in time will give ? splendid
shade and make the West End addi?
tion not only one of the choicest parts
of the city in natural advantages, but
one of the loveliest portions also.
The lover of nature can here gratify
his tastes by adorning his ground or
developing their productiveness in
proportion to the area which he holds.
Water, electric and gas lights, the
telephone and the letter carrier sys?
tem will be as completely within his
reach as if he resided in the center of
tho city, and a few yards from Iris
door, ready for his call will be street
cars to carry him to his place of busi?
ness during working days or to church
upon the Sabbath.
All things considered, the West End
property offers advantages to pur?
chasers which cannot be surpassed,
and, that these advantages are appre?
ciated, the iiandsome houses already
erected there, those m process of con?
struction, or contemplated, abund?
A talk with the leading contractors
of the city will satisfy the most skep?
tical as to the splendid building pros?
pects of the addition, and the records
of the clerk of the corporation court
ill show that many fine building
sites there are owned by men of meaiis
and culture, who have purchased sole?
ly to buiid themselves homes of taste
and comfort at an early date.
LAND and IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
CHARTERED BY*SPECIAL ACT OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF VIRGIRIA.
The Bedford Citv Land Company offers the best investment on the Norfolk and Western Railroad. It is a golden opportunity -
S300 O^&?^mS^S^mi been offered for sale. Nearly aU taken. Shares,*10 par value. Terms: *2^cash; each thirty days thereafter $
until $5 are nab? Then a non assessable certificate for $10 issued. This company has three thousand budding and- business lots in the western part oi
Sffi&^^IneSS&SJSrt property and the most beautiful sites' The town s growing west. The new depot site is on these lands The
SXlt>h Macon CoUeS Academy is there and a new first-class hotel will be erected as oon as the architect has finished the drawings Nearly 4,00(
boDtthifion now Fifteen pl^ tobacco concerns. The largest and most successful woolen mills in the State except C^arlottesv?le. Twenty-hve manu.
?Factories no?v lud seven newManufacturing enterprisesXderway. The Bedford and James River Railroad is to be built in the near future.
FoSsl who wSit S^fnvestoent the stock and land-of the Bedford City Land Company presents the greatest^nducemente. The present Bettln?
value of the property is worth more money than the total amount of stock the company offers for sale. ForjrarttaihHS ad^ess . ^
Ap 5 8m PRESIDENT QF THE BEDFORD CITY LAND AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, Bedford City, Vn
[CE - - FIVE CENTS
FLASHES OVER THE WIRES
FROM FAR AND NEAR.
ODD FELLOWS FOR PROHIBITION
A Killing A Hair- Electricity Will
Tube Him OflT-A <<reat Find-Well
Cared For-TbePr?Kbyterlan A.snem
hly-Struck by I.ijjhf?Iii;.
By United Press.
WaSHINGTOIT, May 23.?Tlie Home
Committee on elections today decided
in the cases of Langston vs. Venable
from the Fourth Virginia district and
Miller vs. Elliot from the Seventh
South Carolinia district by a strict
party, to vote to make reports favor?
able to the contestants. B^th are re?
Mrs. Harrison and several cabinet
officers and their wives made a trip to
Mount Vernon today on the Dispatch
to meet the board of regents of the
Mount Vernon Association. Several
hours were spent at Mount Vernon.
In the Senate Mr. Call offered a re?
solution calling on the president for
information as to the landing of
the armed force from the revenue
cittccr, McUano, at Cedar Keys, Fla.;
the forcible entry houses and the pur?
suit citizens in the surrounding
The Supreme court of the United
States today adjourned until the
They arc Well Cared For.
By United Prese.
String field, 0., May 24.?Mr. W.
IT. Gunston, a resident of Russia for
thirty years and present American
Vice Consul General at St.Petersburg,
is in this city. He takes decided issue
with C-iseorgo. Keunan. Mr. Dunston
says Russian prisons are as humanely
conducted as our own prisoners, be
in^ well treated and well fed.
To be Killed by Electricity.
By United Press.
Washington, D. C, May 24.?The
Supreme court of the United States
today denied an application for writ
of error in the case of William Kemler
who is under sentence of death by
electricity in New York. Chief Jus?
tice Fuller delivered the decision.
A Killing Affair.
By United Press.
Alexandria, Va., May 24.?Yes?
terday afternoon, Jeff Hunt and
Claud Stuart were shot and killed by
John Bolan and Jim Johnson, all
white men. The killing was the re?
sult of trouble growing out of a Char?
ivari party some weeks ago.
Great JlHimunesc Flud.
By United Press.
Jacksonville, Ala.May 21?What
Pennsylvania!! and ether experts be?
lieve to be the greatest deposit of
manganese ever found in the United
States, it not in the world, has been
opened up at Teredgar, Calhoun
Chairman or the State Committee.
By United Press.
Richmond, Va., May 24.?It is be?
lieved here that Mayor Elly6ou will
be elected Chairman of the Virginia
Democratic Committee, which meets
Mr nek by Lightning.
By United Press.
COLUMBIA, S. Ca May 24.?During
a thunder storm that passed over
Marlboro county Wednesday, light?
ning killed two men who had taken
refuge under a shed at the foot of a
By United Press.
Saratoga, >t. Y., May 24?The im?
portant business before the presby
terian assembly this morning was pro?
viding a committee on revision. It
was discussed all day without action.
They are in For Prohibition.
By United Press.
St. Loi:ls, Mo.,May 24.?The Grand
Lodge of Odd Fellows of Missouri
have gone on record for Prohibition.
With Bat and Kall.
By United Press.
>'kw York, May 23.?At New York
New York, 17; Pittsburg, 10.
At Boston?Boston, 4; Cleveland, 3.
At Philadelphia (ten ininnings)?
Philadelphia, 8; Cbicago;10.
At Brooklyn?Brooklyn, 2; Cincin?
At Boston?Boston, 8; Pittsburg, 3.
At Philadelphia?Philadelphia, 1;
At New York?New York, 23; Chi?
At Brooklyn?Brooklyn, 6;Bnffalo,2.
At Philadelphia (first game)?
Athletic 1; Toledo 4. (Second game}?
Athletic, 11; Toledo, 6.
At Brooklyn?Brooklyn, 4; Louis?
At Rochester?Rochester, 4; St.
At Syracuse?Syracuse, 0; Colum?
At Hartford?Hartford, 6; Washing?
I At Worcester?Worcester, 9; Wil?
The finest material and most expen
. sive workmen are employed in the
E construction of the Kranich & Baoh
1 piano; therefore it is first-class and
) acknowledged by all leading Eiusi-^
- cians as the standard instrument Of
the world. The Hobble Music Co.,
; Lynchbarg, VaM general State agents,
guarantee lowest prices. Catalogoe