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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, April 27, 1906.
Page 3. Local pOFftDirDg C3fS General CHESBRO AGAIN KNOCKED OUT Once, More the Washington ians Defeat Griffith's New Yorks by Slugging. TIGERS BEAT CLEVELAND PITCHERS BATTLE AT 8T. LOUIS RESULTS IN A VICTORY FOR CHICAGO BOSTONS GET LONGED-FOR REVENGE YESTERDAY. , AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. PCt. Philadelphia . . 6 4 .600 Washington 6 4 .600 Detroit 5 4 .555 Chicago 5 4 .555 St. Louis 4 5 .444 Cleveland .. 3 4 .428 New York 4 6 .400 Boston 4 6 .400 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. New York, 3; Washington, 5. Boston, 12; Philadelphia, 0. Chicago, 1; St. Louis, 0. Publishers' PressJ Washington, April 26. The Wash ington Americans again took a liking to Chestiro's curves today and the great pitcher was forced to retire in favor of Griffith, but the change did not prove of any advantage and the New Yorka went down to defeat. Score: R. H. E. New Yrk 110100000 3 10 1 Wash. .. 10100012 x 5 12 0 Batteries CherVo. Griffith and Klelnow; Kltson and Kittridge. Um pire Sheridan. TIGERS EAT THE NAPS. Detroit, Mich., April 26. In a close and Interesting contest the Cleveland Blues went down to defeat before the Detroit Americans today. Score: R. H. E. Cleve. ...0 001010002 8 3 Detroit . .0 0200001 x 3 7 1 Batteries Hesa and Buelow;, Sie ver and Payne. Umpire O'Laugh lin. ALTROCK PITCHES WINNER. St. Louis. April 28. In a pitcher's battle, Altrock had the better of Ja cob son today and the Chicago Ameri cana were victorious over theSt Lou- la Rrnwna Rfrr- f R. H. E. Chicago .1 0000011 0 3 11 1 St. Louis 1000000. 0 0 1 7 0 Batteries Altrock and McFarland; Jacobson and Rickey. Umpires Connors and Connelly. REVENGE IS SWEET. Philadelphia, April 26. The Boston Americans took sweet revenge on the Athletics today and administered a coat of whitewash to the Philadel phlans. Score: R. H. E. Boston ..2 1001260 012 11 2 Phila. ...0 000000000 4 6 Batteries Winters and Graham; Coakley and Powers. Umpires Hurst and Evans. All telephone communications to the Union Ice Co., will receive prompt attention and courteous treatment Otto Rettlg, Manager. . Phones: Bfell. 10R: Home. 941. At Pittsburg Tonight. v Publishers' Press Washington, D. C, April 26. .Rep resentative Watson is going to Pitts burg, Friday, where he will address the American Club of that city, Fri day evening. His subject will be "Grant as a Republican." The Penn sylvania delegation in Congress Is go ing along with him, and arrangements have been made for a special car. Came. far Abscess on the Hip Dreadful Suffering Hospital Treatment Failed. Another Great Cure by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Charles L. Hatching is well known and popular in 8. Koyalton, Vt., being driver oi me eiage to ana irom vneisea. -3 . .1 il - mT 1 He says of hia boy Arthur, now 15, vihose portrait appears below : ,"Ue fell on the mill dam and in jured his hip. An abscess developed and dreadful sickness followed. The doctors lanced the abscess and later performed an operation in the Mary Flrtcher Hospital in Burlington. Arthur came near dying after the operation, but we got him home and neighbors paid he would certainly die. In the spring I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, as usual, and gave Arthur a little eafch day. After a week or two there was! a great change in the boy. He seem6d hungry, and one day sur prised vi by exclaiming, 4 How good my food tastes 1 We could soon see the eokr. coming into his face, as day by day he got better, seemed more hvl .anA took more interest in things. The, jsore is now entirely healed, j 3 f no Pain in liiP limb. Arthur c oes to school every dav and hi nealt jn could not be better. To our 1 1 jpj J -'-v u, . Games Today. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Milwaukee at Indianapolis. Kansas City at Louisville. St. Paul at Columbus. . Minneapolis at Toledo. NATIONAL LEAGUe. Cincinnati at Chicago. Philadelphia at New York. St. Louis at Pittsburg. Brooklyn at Boston. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Chicago at St. Louis. Cleveland at Detroit. New York at Washington. Boston at Philadelphia. INDIANS DEFEATED AGAIN SLUGFEST AT COLUMBUS Thirty-Three Hits Are Made in the Louisville-Kansas City Game To ledo Defeats Minneapolis Outfit AMERICAN ASSOCIAT'N STANDING Won. Lost. PCt. Louisville 7 2 .728 Toledo 5 3 .625 Columbus 5 4 .555 Milwaukee 4 4 .500 St. Paul 4 5 .4'.4 Kansas City 4 5 .444 Minneapolis 3 5 .375 Indianapolis 2 7 .222 RESULTS YESTERDAY. Columbus 6; St. Paul 5. Louisville, 13; Kansas City 8. Toledo 4; Minneapolis 0. Milwaukee 5; Indianapolis 3. rubllshers' Prossl Indianapolis, April 26. Indianapo lis continued her losing streak today by dropping the first game of the se ries with Milwaukee. The score: R. H. E. Ind 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 03 7 2 Mil 2 0002100 05 11 2 Batteries Kellum and Weaver; Hlckey and Beville. Umpire Kane. FREE HITTING GAME. Columbus, O.. April 26. Both teams hit the ball hard today but Col umbus won by being more successful in placing their hits. Score: R. H. E. St. P 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 05 14 5 Col 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 16 12 1 Batteries Buchanan and Sugden; Flaherty and Ryan. Umpire Sulli van. MILLERS WHITEWASHED. Toledo, April 26. Camnltz was a mystery to the Minneapolis outfit to day shutting them out in a pretty contest. Score: R. H. E. Min 0 0000000 00 4 1 Tol 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 04 11 0 Batteries Thomas- and Shannon; Camnltz and Abbott. Umpire Egan. THIRTY-THREE BINGLES. Louisville, April 26. In a game re markable for the free hitting of both sides, Louisville won out by bunch ing hits in the first two innings. Score: R. H. E. K. Cy ..0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 4 8 17 '5 Lou ....7 4000200 013 16 2 Batteries Olmsted and Sullivan: Dunkle and Stoner. Umpire Haskell. Favor Alcohol Bill. Publishers' Prcssl Washington, April 26.. Senator Hemenway is In receipt of petitions anl letters from the Shelbyville Mirror-works, of Shelbyville; the C. W. Keikel company, of Indianapolis, and the American Chair Company, of Sey mour, all asking for the passage of the denaturized alcohol bill by the Senate. mg Ilood's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, eliminates scrofulous tendencies, cures dyspepsia and kidney troubles, gives Sound Health, Restful Sleep. It creates good appetite, relieves all symptoms of dyspepsia, makes one feel better,Jook better, eat and sleep better Special. To mwt the Wishes of those who prefer medloine In tablet form, we are now puttin? up Hood's SarcaparflU in rhocolate eoated tablets as well as in the usual liquid form. By reducing Ilood's Sarsaparilla to a solid extract, we have retained in the tablets the curative properties of every medicinal in gredient except the alcohol. Of druggist or mailed if vour dru?ffit dnex not k.r. thm ' UW doses 9U ? l. HoCo.. LowelMass. . STILL DOWNWARD G3ES: CINCINNATI Chicago Wins From Reds by Bunching Hits in the Third Inning. MERTES INJURED IN GAME NEW YORK WINS BRUISING GAME FROM PHILADELPHIA STRICKLETT WINS FOR THE BROOKLYNS. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. PCt. New York 8 2 .800 Pittsburg 7 3 .700 Philadelphia 7 5 .583 Chicago 7 6 .538 Boston 6 6 .500 St. Louis :. . 5 5 .500 Cincinnati 5 10 .333 Brooklyn 2 10 .166 RESULTS YESTERDAY. Philadelphia, 3; New York, 4. Brooklyn, 3; Boston, 1. Cincinnati, 2; Chicago, 4. St. Louis vs. -Pittsburg, rain. Publishers Press Chicago, April 26. The Chicago Na tionals took the lead in their half of the third inning today and he. the ad vantage to the end. The Cincinnati team bunched their hits In the third and scored two runs, the only tallies they made. Score: R. H. E. Cin 0020000002 6 1 Chicago . 0 0300001 x 4 7 1 Batteries Chech and Phelps; Lundgren and Kling. Umpires Klem and Carpenter. A SENSATIONAL FINISH. New York, April 26. In a sensation al ninth inning n which the Philadel phia Nationals tied the score In ther turn at bat, the Giants went in and scored the winning run after two men were out. Left Fielder Mertes, of the New Yorks, was injured in a collision with Thomas of the Quakers and was forced to retire. He will be unable to play for several days. Score: R. H. E. Phila. ...10000000 2 3.3 3 New Y'k 20000001 1 4 6 1 Batteries Pittinger and ; Dooin Taylor and Bowerman. Umpires Conway and Emslie. ' BROOKLYN WINS AT LAST. Boston, April 26. After several vain efforts to defeat the Brooklyn Na tionals finally won a game from the home team, owing to the gobd pitch ing of Strlcklett. Score: R. H.E. Brookl'n 2000001003 8 1 Boston .0010000001 3 1 Batteries Strlcklett and Bergen; Pfeiffer and Oneill. Umpire O'Day. FROM CUT FLOWERS TO STEEL Cincinnati Grafters nad a Rake-Off from Everything That Belonged to City. INVESTIGATION POSTPONED DECISION OF LOCAL JUDGE STOPS COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO LOOK AFTER QUEEN CITY GRAFTING. Publishers' Press) Cincinnati, O., April 26. The Drake Investigating committee of the state senate will hold a short session to morrow morning anfi then adjourn in definitely pending the decision in the higher courts as to whether it is le gally constituted, and has the authori ty and power attributed to it at the start. This is a result of the recent decision of Judge S. W. Smith in a local court that it had no legal exist ence and the consequent refusal of the state auditor to allow It to draw further upon appropriations for ex penses. Several former employes of the city park greenhouses testified before the committee today that local political leaders and office holders were regu larly supplied free of charge at their houses- with cut flowers and plants from these greenhouses, as were cer tain clubs. Several thousand plants at a time had been sent to clubs. Da vid Knott, a foreman in the green house, said he had, by order of B. P. Critchell, then superintendent of city parks, sent on several occasions, flow ers and plants to florists and commis sion houses to be sold. Heinrich Heine, oi Chicago, an ex pert on steel and rron construction, who has for some time been investi gating the bridge building contracts and bridges pf the county for the com mittee, testified that for several years past the county had been paying from 35 to 50 percent more for bridges than what would have been a fair and lib eral expense for these structures. 1 Palladium Want Ads Pay. BRIDGES ATTEMPT MADE TO INFLUENCE COURT Sensational Charges Made by Chancellor Pitney in Duke Divorce Case. MRS. DUKE ILL AT HOME FAIR DEFENDANT FAILS TO AP PEAR IN COURT AND PLAIN TIFF'S ATTORNEY DOUBTS HEW SICKNESS. IPublishers' Press Newark, N. J., April 26. The hear ing in the divorce suit of James B. Duke, the millionaire tobacco manu facturer against Lillian N. Duke, took a sensational turn today when Vice Chancellor Pitney announced that an attempt had been made to influence the court in favor of one of the prin cipals. . This he characterized as of fensive and said that the writer was liable to prosecution. While the c.rt refused to divulge the contents of the letter that he received from Mrs.. Olive Morton, of Reading, Pa., it is said to have contained an appeal in favor of Mrs. Duke, who, the writer said, still loved her husband. Mrs. Duke Not Present. Another sensation was caused by the announcement that Mrs. Duke was too ill to be present at today's hear ing. . This was received with doubts by counsel for Mr. Duke and it was agreed that a physician be sent to the defendant's home, 11 West 68th street, New York, to ascertain whether her condition was such as to prevent her from appearing. Dr. Joseph Few smith was appointed by the court and made no report on the case up to the time of adjournment for the day. Strong objection was made by the defendant's counsel to the introduc tion of Nellie Sands, Mrs. Duke's for mer maid, on account of the defend ant's absence, but the court permitted it, with the understanding that she be recalled for cross-examination in Mrs Duke's presence. The maid testi fied that Huntoon accompanied Mrs. Duke on several trips to the "White Mountains before her marriage to the complainant and that the two had kept up a constant correspondence with, each other. She also testified that Huntoon was a constant caller at Mrs. Duke's home and the couple oft en addressed each other in endearing terms. Called Him Dearie. She called him dearie and he called her sweetheart and dearest, said the witness. "But of course, not when others were present." A laugh was caused throughout the courtroom when the witness related how Mrs. Duke had received a present of half a dozen "very elegant night robes" from Huntoon. Witness knew about this, she said, because they had been sent to Mrs. Duke through her. Mrs. Duke told her she was not going to wear the gowns when Mr. , Duke was home. The witness testified to the affec tionate parting of Mrs. Duke from Huntoon, In Philadelphia, when the defendant was enroute to Camden to be married. "Both kissed each other and wept," witness said. Edward M. Cleary, a private detec tive testified how he had followed the defendant and Huntoon on his bi cycle, while Harold Reuther, an ele vator boy at 9 West 68th street, New York, told of Huntoon's visit to Mrs. Duke's 'home. TO BAR NEGRO DELEGATES HOTELS ENTER AGREEMENT Des Mdines Hostelries Will Close Their Doors to Colored Delegates at Presbyterian Convention to be Held in May. Publishers' PressJ Des Moines, Iowa, April 26. Every first and second class hotel in Des Moines signed an agreement today to refuse to entertain negro delegates to the general assembly of the Presby terian church which convenes here next month. The entertainment com mittee is much embarrassed. Among the prominent negroes scheduled, to attend Is President D. J. Sanders, of Blddle University of South Carolina. BEALLVIEWS TAKE FIELD A Strong Amateur Junior Team Has Been Organized and Games With Fast Teams Wanted. A team called the Young Beallvlews has been organized and dates with other local clubs are being looked for. The team will lineup as follows: C. Balzer Catch. H. Miller Pitch. Mgr. C. Cutter Short Stop. Capt. E. Beseke First Base, A. Fels Second Base. L. Conner Trird Base. G. Tate Left Field. H. Iseman Center Field. , H. Steinbrink Right Field. t A. Lineman Mascot, z Position at Cincinanti. John G. Starr will leave Sunday to accept a position with the Proctor & Gamble Ivory Soap works at Ivory dale, O. This position rwas secured for Mr. Starr by his uncle, J. J. Bur chenal, formerly of this city, who is general manager of the concern. inicDflfl one cross Japanese Turnover Hand drawn, regular 25c valuer Fripay ai One Grospcellulokf Dressing Comb SoldJvecwhep at One Cf oss Pue Large sizetint finish, Friday and Saturday, a pair One Gross Hair Brushes, Good Bristle Fine polished back, worth 35c each, Friday and Saturday, each.!!,.. 20c ..... i Remember, no goods will be sold at the above price after Saturday. The Geo. IHL Knollcnbcrji Co. WILL MILE WITH HOD Police of France Take Elabo rate Steps to Prevent Out breaks on May Day. ALL AGITATORS WATCHED TWO MAGAZINES HAVE SUSPEND ED PUBLICATION THROUGH THEIR INABILITY TO GET PRINTERS. IPublishers' Press Paris, April 26. M. Clemenceau, Minister of the Interior, who was se verely criticized for not dealing harsh y with the lawless miners on strike in the coal fields, has been aroused to action, and the troops will be less len ient hereafter in dealing with disor ders. There are 40,000 miners on strike and 14,500 at work. Police preparations to arrest the ex pected rioters on May 1 have resulted in improving the situation in Paris. An appeal, however, has been issued to the State employes, asking them to join in the strike movement. Police Shadowing Agitators. This has given rise to more alarm ist reports as to what may happen next Tuesday. One report says that Spanish and Swiss anarchists have succeeded in bringing bombs into Par is. The police are exercising ex i treme vigilance and are shadowing ' the chief agitators and watching the centers of disorder. The elaborate military precautions included stationing 2,000 troops in fire Insurance Losses at San The areat Chicaao fire of people homeless, destroyed $165,000,000 worth of prraerty and ruined 100 insurance comDanies. The San Francisco disaster has devastated 10 square miles, destroyed the homes of 150,000 to 200,000 people and ruinedftroperty estimated at upwards of $300,000,000. We represent the following strong companies jpd the figures indicate ample ability to meet, without embarrassment, all losses that nc&y possibly fall to their portion. We al ready have notice that they have given instructions for immediate payment in full. , HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE Cash Capital $ Assets LiaL'.lities Policy Holders' Surplus. . . PHOENIX INSURANCE Cash Capital.. Assets .. . Liabilities Policy Holders' Surplus . PHOENIX INSURANCE CO. do. Cash Capital. . ........ Assets Liabilities.. J. .. Policy Holders' Surplus 2c each, Friday and Sat day, Combs. 50c value the basement of the Grand Palace where the national art salons are be ing held. Infantry and cavalry are also strongly posted at other import ant centers. The government appears to be fully aroused to the necessity for adequate preparations. Frequent conferences are being held between President Fallieries, his Cabinet and the milita ry and police chiefs. ' Overawed by Troops and Police. The strikers already out are com paratively quiet before the overaw ing force of troops and police. The places of business of manufacturing jewelers are heavily guarded. Two magazines have suspended ow ing to inahility to print their editions. The barbers have announced tat they wll stop work May 1 unless fley are given a holiday Tuesday and two hours for luncheon and rest. Labor quarters here show extreme animation. The various sections are holding meetings and are issuing ap peals, and listening to vfolent speech es. During a meeting of 5,000 print ers two of the orators counseled the stoppage of the delivery wagons of the newsparpers. At a meeting of 500 building con tractors it was decided to close down all work and dismiss the workmen in the event of a strike May 1. The Contractors subscribed a fund of $200, 00 to meet the costs of actions that may arise from the stoppage of opera tions. FREIGHT AGENT. NAMED William Fitzgerald, Formerly Assist ant on the Burlington, to be G. F. A. of the C. C. A L. Publishers' Press! St. Joseph, Mo., April 26. William Fitzgerald, assistant general freight agent of the Burlington here, has been appointed general freight agent of the Chicago, Cincinnati, and Lou- 7 1871 burned three square ntfes CO. 1,250,000 GERMAN ALLIANCE ASSOCIATION. 1 8,061, 926J 11,661,23 6,400,6! 00 530 360 ,270 $1,000,000 8,859,128 5,758,619 3,100,509 . .V -$2,000jC 3 7ca - - w, . mm V TfTJL ASSETS OVER SIXTY MILLIONS DOLLARS. These are the companies in which to insure. ars turday, each 15c each 10c 20c isville railroad, with headquarters la Cincinnati. . .Fitzgerald takes the place of T. C. Beyland, formerly of Richmond, who has been in charge of the freight de partment since the sale of the C. C. & L. to the C.:H. & D. was repudi ated by the latter road, early In the year. Mr .Beyland will probably take the position of Assistant General Freight Agent. t; Humor cad Philosophy By DUNCAN M. SMITH PERT PARA It takes nerve to turn down a holdup man. v t Accidents will occur In the best In sured families. A wise youth never takes a fall oat of hia prospective father-in-law. Running for office sometimes makes men rapid liars. Spring poetry should be written on" heavy paper. It makes more lasting fuel. Never start a modest man to talking about himself, for a team of mule; couldn't stop him. . j About the best way to keep op ap-' pearances la to put m roll of bills under, them. - " ' ' , ' i As Inventor of : the flrecrackerlessi Fourth of July the smalkboy can provei an alibi. ! . j A genuine poet Is a mental 'inebriate.! ... i i No man is a hero In the eyes of nla valet for the reason that real genuine; Biman pure ueroes ut noi urve vaieia. 1 r francisco of territory, left 100,000 graphs Cash Capital .. .. .$ 1,900,000 Assets 1 5,537,806 Liabilities.. .. 6,565,999 Policy Holders' Surplus .. 8,971,807 NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. Cash Cap ital ...........$ 1 ,000,000 Assets .... .. .. .. .v.- 7,304,598 Liabilities-........ J . . 3,990,653 Policy Holders' Surplus .. . 3,314,305 LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION. Established in 1710. j Assets U.S. Branch.. .. i.$2,940,872 Liabilities.. .V. 1,598,546 Policy Holders' Surplus.. . 1,342,326