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The Richmond Palladium, Thursday, August 30, 19Uo. Local SPUDS TOO MUCH CINCINNATI Second Game of the Scries Falls to Chicago, Who Got a Start Early. PIRATES BEAT ST. LOUIS PITTSBURG TEAM IS NOW WITH IN THREE POINTS OF THE GIANTS AND FIGHT IS ON FOR SECOND PLACE. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDI Won. Lost. Chicago . 90 31 New York 73 41 Pittsburg 74 42 Philadelphia 53 64 Cincinnati 51 69 Brooklyn 45 69 St. Louis 45 74 Boston 33 80 NG. ret .744 .641 .63S .453 .425 .395 .378 Publishers' Press Chicago, Aug. 29. The Chicago Nationals took the lead in the first ining today, and Cincinnati was nev er able to head them off. Score: R. H. E, Cin 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ol 4 1 Chi.. ... 20000100 x 3 7 1 Batteries Hall and Livingston; Tteulbach and Moran. Umpires Emslie and Johnston. ERRORS LOST THE GAME. Brooklyn, Aug. 29. Errors in the field lost a close game for the Boston Nationals today, the Brooklyns tak ing advantage of their opponents misplays. Score: FLH. E. Bos 30000000 03 S 4 Brok... . 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 14 4 1 Batteries Pfeffer and Oneill; Mc fntire and Bergen. Tmpire Carpenter, 3ATTERY ERRORS IN SEVENTH. St. Louis, Aug. 29. St. Louis jould not bunch their hits today, fc'hile battery errors gave the Pitts burgs the victory In the seventh. Score: R. H. E. Pitts... .0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 01 5 2 St. L ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4 0 Batteries Leever and Gibson: Eeebe, Brown and Noonan Umpire Klenj. , RAIN IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia, Aug. 29. The game between the New York and Philadel phia Nationals was postponed on ac count of rain. The Nightly Journey. "Wnen biby govs to Chut Eye town In mother s arm the cuddles down And with htr littto fista she tries To keep the sand out of her eyes. Her tarried curls cf cJjsky brown About hor nt'''t arc tumbled dOvn, And diirpUs iio.ti s'.y corners pesp When baby drops cfC Into deep. When drnws drums begin to beat. Then, tired grow the little feet. And baby croep3 to mother's breast When 6lecpy winds blow from the west. Then softly on the pillows down We iay tho little curly crown Arid gently smooth the dainty gown When fcaby Koea to Shut Eye town. Unusual "I am starting a summer resort. What shall I advertise as a drawing attractiou?" A man." Insanity Experts ITooaWy there is no class of men with such keenly developed perceptives as tho insanity experts. They can al ways make certain that a man is in sane by 1 joking at his pocketbook if It Is to be of some temporary advan tage for him to be sa. When the expert comes to furnish ing authorities the books could not be better if he cotahl have written them himself. lie can find long, obscure passages filled with the largest kind of words, and all that he asks of the Jury Is to accept his conclusions with out looking further, so that he may get away and begin spending the money. Furthermore, he is doubtless a busy man. perhaps having to hnrry away to testify ia a case at the other end of town, wii?re he Is paid to draw exactly the opposite conclusions.1 Doubtless he needs the money, but true science utters a low moan and tries to crawl tinder the bed. whenever he comes around. tjoraixy is n beautiful acd splendid thing for the bos?. Credulous people were created fortlc jxpress amusement of the cynical. Some men imagine that ttey know It much as a trained num. A noniewith a baby In It may Rave some drawbacks, but it Is at least nev er dull. Get-rlch-quick scheme nkvays havr the-morning-after period. FIJI! porting Mews AMERICAN ASS'N AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Won. Lost. Columbus 81 50 Milwaukee .... .... 74 o-S Toledo G9 60 Minneapolis .. ... 68 63 Kansas City G4 C6 Louisville 62 69 St. Paul 58 71 Indianapolis 46 S5 Results Yesterday. PCt. .619 .561 .534 .519 .492 .473 .450 .351 NATIONAL-LEAGUE. New York vs. Philadelphia, post poned; wet grounds. Boston 3; Brooklyn 4. Pittsburg 1; St. Louis 0. Cincinnati 1; Chicago 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE. St. Louis 4; New York 5. Chicago 3: Philadelphia 4; first game; called end of fifth. Second game postponed; rain. Detroit vs. Washington; first game called at end of second on account of rain, with score 0 to 0. Second game postponed. Cleveland 2; Boston 6. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Indianapolis vs. Columbus, no game on account of late arrival of Columbus team. Toledo vs. Louisville, no game, on account of non-arrival of Louisville team. Only : two American Association games scheduled today. " ' riU. IVilvAGRAPHS. Selfishness is not particularly beauti ful, but it Is exceedingly useful. You can always entertain the multi tude by making a fool of yourself. You can't tell much about the size of tt man by the sound of his voice. While virtue is its own reward It can't help going to the postoffice oc casionally to see If some one else fcasn't sent it au extra one. It isn't always best to make light cf If when you are in the dark. If the past would only stay past It wouldn't matter so much. It is much easier to forget a favor received than an injury given. We are all honest citizens until some one finds us out. A woman expects everybody to think that her husband is all right in spite of what she says against him. When pleasure is profitable it soon becomes a business. It is a very easy thing to love your neighbor when he has it In his power to appoint you to a gaod office. The Only Way. Though a man may squeeze a Ooilar Till the eagle's eyes turn White, You can still get money rom biia If you go about It right, And It s really very simple If you only know the plan Guaranteed In any climate And to work on any man. f Though he freezes to a dollar Like a stocking to a burr Or a girl of six and thirty To a man who smiles on her, Tou may still extract it from him, Not perhaps to his delight. As I said In the beginning, If you go about It right. Is it for the pleasant asking1. Backed up by a dimpled smuA That you get his tight held dollars And make inroads on his pile? Do you tell him that the heathen And the poor, downtrodden Turk Are iajieed of education? Well,that scheme will hardly work. Much more primitive the method Used to make this man produce. Tie him with a six inch cable- Tightly, so he can't get loose. When you've bound him to a willow With a knot that's tied to stay Leisurely go through his pockets. Eeally, It's the only way. No Use For Them "I wouldn't care to meet the crowned heads of the world." "I suppose not. It Is almost Im possible to bor row money from them." "All -.In favor of the motion will please wink," said the astute chair re an. And then he added at once, "The eyes have It." , Getting Back. "What do you think of my poems?" "They might t worse." "If you had written them yourself, for Instance?" Not of Its Own Accord. The early bird may catch the worm Whin hunting dainty dishes; The worm looks out for larger gam And catches little fishes. I ANYTHING-) nETuT General.. WHITE SOX BEATEN II A SHORT GAME Philadelphia Athletics Had One Run to Good When Rain Came in Fifth. BOSTON WON OVER BLUES HIGHLANDERS BEAT OUT ST. LOUIS IN THE NINTH AFTER MISSOURI TEAM HAD TIED THE SCORE. AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost PCt Chicago 70 43 .608 Philadelphia 63 49 .570 New York ......... 63 48 .569 Cleveland 62 51 .548 St. Louis 60 ' 55 .522 Detroit .. 54 59 .47S Washington "46 67 .407 Boston 36 . SI .30S Publishers' Preol Philadelphia, Aug. 29 At the end of the fifth inning today rain stopped the Chicago Philadelphia American League game, with the Athletics one run to the good. Rain also pre vented the second game being played. Score: First game R. H. E. Chicago 01200 3 9 4 Philadelphia ....1100 2 4 5 1 Batteries Walsh and Sullivan; Dy gert, Waddell and Schreck. Um pires Evans and Connolly. "CY" YOUNG HELD THE BLUES Boston, Aug. 29. "Cy" Young kept Cleveland's hits well scattered today and the Boston Americans at all times held the game safe. Score: FLH. E. Cleve. .. 00000000 2 2 5 2 Bos. ... 302 1 0000 x '6 8 0 Batteries Hess, Townsend, Bemis, and Buelow; Young and Criger. Um pire Hurst. A NINTH INNING FINISH. New York, Aug. 29. In a ninth in ning finish the New York Americans won a close game from the St. Louis. Score: R. H. E. St. L. iO 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 4 6 1 N. Y1. . . 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 8 1 Batteries Glade, Howell and Rick ey; Clarkson, Chesbro and Kleinow. Umpire Sheridan. .. RAIN AT WASHINGTON. Washington, Aug. 29. After playing two innings of the first game today, rain put a stop to the contest between the Detroit and Washington Ameri cans with the score 0 to 0. The sec ond game was also postponed on ac count of wet grounds. NAILED TO THE CROSS. The Tivo Tliieves That Were Cruci fied With the Saviour. In nine out 6f ten pictures of the cru cifixion where Christ's two companions In death are represented they are pic tured as having been fastened to the cross with thongs or cords. The ques tion naturally arises, Were the thieves in reality bound to their different in struments of torture while the blessed Saviour was nailed to his? And, if so, which mode of death was considered the more Ignominious binding or nail ing? The remoteness of the event and the fact that in this case historical truth may have been sacrificed to pictorial fleet make the above questions hard ones to answer. The early writers al most invariably refer to the thieves as having been nailed to the cross, while the early picture makers adhered to the general rule of representing them as having been tied or bound to their separate crosses. If we are to give any credence to the story of the holy Empress Helen and her reputed discovery of the three crosses in the year 32S A. D., the two thieves were nailed to their crosses in a manner similar to that observed in the crucifixion of the Saviour. This conclusion has been settled tupon for this reason: When the three crosses were disinterred from the mound in which tradition said they had been buried, that upon which Christ had suffered was only distinguished from the other two by the miracles it per formed. This would certainly suffice toj?rove that all three of the instru ments of torture bore similar nail marks and that the tradition of Christ being the only one nailed was not known at that time. St Louis Repub- PERT PARAGRAPHS. All men are created free and easy. ' No man is henpecked unless he wants to be." A man's for tune is some times made by the things that he refrains f rorn doing. You ara bound to have some one down on you anyway, so please yourself. Ilire a man to worry over othei people's affairs for you if you feel that it must be done. We always feel as If people pur posely put us in the wrong when they come out all right ia spite of all our predictions to the contrary. . ?OI Writ. w! He frm. BRYAN IS RESTING ' 01 YACHT ILLIIII Great Commoner Arrives Home from Europe and Pre pares for Reception. GREETS HIS "HOME FOLKS" HE WILL ENTER CITY TODAY WHEN THOUSANDS . OF DEMO CRATS FROM ALL PARTS OF COUNTRY WILL WELCOME H!M. tPublishers" Pressl New York, Aus. 29. Thousands of persons came into town from all sec tions to attend the reception to Wil liam J. Bryan, and the hotels are as suming a lively appearance. Every visitor is bubbling over with Bryan enthusiasm, and the signs are that Mr. Bryan will get one of . the most hearty greetings that his followers have ever iven him. The Victoria hotel, the headquar ters of the Commercial Travelers' Anti-Trust league, was a busy place, many of the visiting delegations call ing there to ascertain the final ar rangements' and to make known their presence in the city. The steam yacht Illini, belonging to Edward F. Goltra of St. Louis, on which Mr. Bryan is expected to make his entry to this city, anchored off the yacht landing at the Battery early in the day. The yacht cruised around the upper bay, but kept in touch with the Battery until the steamer Prinzess Irene, which brought Mr. Bryan to this city, was sighted. Mr. Bryan was taken off the steam ship at quarantine, and welcomed by Norman Mack, Lewis Nixon, Mayor Brown of Lincoln, Neb., and Harry W. Walker. After Mr. Bryan had been welcomed by those on the yacht he was put aboard the tug Eugene Moran, which was chartered by the Nebraskan dele gation, to enable him to shake hands with his "home folks." He then re turned to the yacht. When the steamer reached port the yacht ran up Long Island sound to anchor for the night off the heme of William Hoge, president of thl Com mercial Travelers' Anti-Trust league, at Rye, N. Y. Mr. Bryan will not leave the yacht. In the morning the yacht will cruise up the sound, return ing in time to the yacht landing at the Battery to permit Mr. Bryan to land at 4 p. m. to meet the reception com mittee and take part in the parade. Mr. Bryan, it was announced, had accepted an invitation to speak at Springfield, Mo., the first place at which he ever delivered a lecture for which he was paid. Mr. Bryan ac cepted the invitation by cable, but left the date open tj be fixed on his 33 arrival. . When the news got around to the Victoria hotel headquarters that the Prinzess Irene, with Mr. Bryan on board, had been sighted off Fire Is land, there was a rush of those who had, chartered tugs and steamers to get aboard so as to start down the bay. In an hour several bo&ts with all flags flying were steaming down the bay. The Irene arrived at quaran tine r i. m. Padre Angelo. FATRE AKGELO he say: "Why you no ga married, M Tou. are maka playnta mon" For gon taka wife, my son." "No; I am too beeza man 'Taniln decs peanutta stan. I no gatta time for play Fooleeshness weeth girls," I say, "My: You don'ta tal me sol" Ees eay Padre Angelo. Bimeby, mebbe two, free day, Tonga girl she com' an say: "Padre Angelo ees here? ; I JCo? Eet eesa vera queer! ' Ileesa housakeepa say j I gon" find heeni deesa way." While she eesa speaka so Ees com' Padre Angelo. "Rosa, you are look for me?" He ees saf to her. an she Say! '"Oh. please, go homa queeckl Tou are want for som one seeck. I am sand for find you here." "Ah, da seecka call, my dearl Com',' eay Padre Angelo, "Deesa yonga man ees Joe. Shaka nan's bayfore we go." . , So I nm Ehak han's wceth her Leetla han' so sof like fur Weetha Padre Angelo. Bimeby, s'pose two, free day more. She ees com Jus' like bayfore,. An' she aska me: "Tou know Where ees Padre Angelo? Ilousakeep' she tal me wait Eef he don't be vera late." So I tal her taka Beat An to hav som' fruit for eat Den I talk to her, an' she j Emila sweet an' talk to me. How long time I do not know; Een com' Padre Angelo. "Oh," she say, "go homa queeck! j Tou are want' for som' wan seeck. "My!" he rsay. "Dees seeeka call! ' I am gat no peace at all. Oh, well, come, my dear!" ho Bay, . An' he takln' her away. -I am sad for see her go Weetha Padre Angelo. Many times ees lika dat. Peopla always seem for gat" Seecka w'en he ees away. ' Rosa com mos' evra day. An' som' time she gatta stay Pretta longa time, you know,. r Teel com' Padre Angelo. i Steel I no gat any keeck How mooch peopla gatta seeck I am feela glad dey do Rosa, she no keeckin too. Lasta night my Rosa she Go to padre weetha me. An I tal heem: "Pretta soon- Mebbe so da firsta June Rosa gona be my wife!" He ees s'prise, you bat my llrer "Wat?" he say an' rub heea eyes "Dees ees soocha glad s'prise! My! Tou don'ta tal me so!" Ees say Padre Angelo. T. A, Daly In Catholic Standard anO Times. Sea Water Evaporatfd. Every ton of Atlantic water, when evaporated, yields 81 pounds of salt; a ton of Pacific water, 7!) pounJs; Are tic and. Antarctic waterafield 8j snnd3 to the ten. and a!ul sea water 1S7 DOtin1s. ThelRust JJrTlinery stock must be sold lut JffTs week. Call and get hats flnmmings at your own price. 707 Main. 30-2t. to tttue From Chicago, every day from September 15 to October 31, inclusive- Only $33, Chicago to San Francisco, Lol Angeles, Portland, Seattle, Tacomaartd, manyVother points on the Pacific Coast $30 to Ogdpi rates to hundred1 of exact route the and Line v Tickets g09d in through tourist sleeping cars. Rate -for double berth,N Chicago to Pacific Coast points, only $7a . Through tourist cars to California leave Union Ration, Chicago at 10:25 p. m. daily. For complete information (free)"about rates, routes, tickets and reservations write today to F. A. MILLER General Passenger Agent Chicago Wart WANTED. WANTED A girl at 50 South 13th St. Call at once. 27-3t WANTED To work on a farm by tho year or rent a farm by the third. Dave Watkins, Route 7, Winchester. S0-3t WANTED One or two parties to take orders for a useful household arti cle. No delivering. Address Box 20, R. F. D. No. S. 30-lt WANTED Two drivers. Address Tom Mertz, or call Both phones 103. 2S-tf WANTED A good girl for general housework, out of city, good wages, no washing. Call at 59 BridgeAve. 29-3t. WANTED To rent saiall store or one half store room including win dow on Main street, between Cth and 11th streets. Men's furnishing store preferred. Addess J. V. J., care Palladium. 29-3t. WANTED Man with two or more boys. Steady work in bottle fac tory. Address Woodbury Glass Co., Winchester, Ind. 29-3t. WANTED-A place bv youn girl Jo assist in house work, town or coun try. Address Nettie Tiffany, Rich mond. R. R. No. 6. 29-3t. WANTED A six or eight room house irt nice neighborhood. All conven iences. Address L. care of Palla dium. 2S-6t WANTED To buy a good livery horse, S24 North 11th. 2S-2t. WANTED Your cider to make. Or ders taken for sweet cider. Phone 1093 A. W. W. Dilk's. cor. 16th and S. E. St. 2S-2t. WANTED Tho Palladium will pay 10c for copies of the Richmond Pal ladium of the dates of January 1st and 2nd, 1906. WANTED- To trade a Smith Pre mier Typewriter In good condition for a Remington or Fox or any oth er shift key mac'hine cf equal standard. Call at the IfaUadium office. 19-3t. NOTICE. The following " Shoe close all day Labor Day. ores will F. F. HalsleU Richmond ShJe Co. Curme's Shoe Store F. C. Lahrman. Neff and Nusbaum. J. W. Mount, E. J. Humpe. CLIFFORD O. KES14VER lOIR ATATTVr STRP.IJ TINNER Genera! Job WorktepaIrlng. 1 I I i if PmfK Coastf or Salt Lake Uty. other points. Name ic-Southern - R SALE. RIchmondf property a ei.ecllty. Porterfiera, Kelly Block. FLono tf FOR SALE One good farm mare 10 years and colt. Enquire of W II. Myers, R. R. 31, Lynn, lud. SO-lt FOR SALE Nice cook stove. Call 1609 Main street. 29-7t. FOR SALE Household goods at 22t North 17th street. Call at any time. It. ? rOR SALE 2 fine vtcJlb Scotch Collie Pups. Aduress Le Amsdeii, " New Paris Pike.old p e 327. 2S-3I FOR SALE 42 South Everybod Woodhurst, 491. aSquare Piano at U 2G-7t property from ain St. Tclephona Juno5 tt FtR RENT., H RENT Futofehevl rooms at tho Grand for gentliicn only. tl FOR RENT Desirable room, 207 N. ..12th street. 29-St. LOST. LOST Pocketbook containing $3 bill, 1 silver dollar, some change, trading stamps and door key. Find er return to Mrs. Wm. Kimble. 319 North lCth street and receive re ward. . 29-3t. LOST A bicycle rim at Long Bros Meat Market, Saturday night Please leave at W. N. Johnson's TiE shop, between 5th and 6th on Main. C0-3t LOST Necklace of gold beeds with cross attached. Finder return to 210 North 9th street. 2S-3L FOUND. FOUND Lawn IMower. Call at No. 121 North Kh street, and Identy property. t ATTENTION CHAUTAUQUA f HAMPERS. X Baked HalwfCooked done.) PotatVi Chips, (Always fresh.) Paper xsklns, Wood Plates and fancy Baskets Orders delivered tf the grounds. PHONE 292, HADLEY BROS. WM. WAKING Plumber anj Gas ntter icyclf s ind Sundries Phon482 406 Main St. Palladium Want Ads Pay. Low your PodSfnc FJB Cho JOtVstr.