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Giants Keep on Winning Games
In Pennant Style
PITTSBURG LOSES TO 5T, LOUIS
Athletics and Washington a Tie for
First Place in the American League
and Mew York and Boston a Tie
for the Bottom of the List.
(By Associated Press)
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
W L P
Mew v?rk . I? '? 838
Pltssbnrg . 7 I liSII
Chicago . K IS 570
Philadelphia _|. 7 . ?'. 683
si, i.ouiii . ?i ?? r?ot)
Cincinnati .?'?. ?> 11 81
Boston . ?? 7 ?iftl
Brooklyn . 8 tti 280
Mev/ York 3; Ph*.tadelphla I.
?Ni;w VOltK". Ainil 27.?The New
York Nationals made it throe straight
by defeating Philadelphia today
1 Score:
!? II 13
New York . . . I 0 0 0 2 I) 0 0 0? 8 ij>
Philadelphia .. .0 ti it " II 0 I) I 0?1 7 r.
Will.;?' and Bbworniaii; Lush and
1*001 n. Umpires Khslb; and Con way.
St. Louis 8; Pittsvurg 2.
PITtSU?ll?. PA.. April 27.?Tin
Plttwhuru'a player;; played a poor
gallic and were an easy victim to the
St I.onis I cam Score:
K II 13
Plttsburg .0 0 ti 2 0 mi o 0-^2 s 5
St. Louis ...... .'i I) I It 2 I I n u -8 !? 0
Karger. Lynch and Pell'/.: Taylor
and firmly. Umpire .lohiistone.
Time hours.
Brooklyn 10; Boston 10.
BOSTON. M ASS.. Apt II 87:?The
Boston players were hell I oil in the
ninth by tin; visitors baiting rally.
Sure:
It II 10
Brooklyn . . . U I 0 0 3 U 0 8 8?-It* IS It
Boston .00 J 7 1 000 0? 0 7 0
.Scuii'lou, Mclntyiro ami Bergen;
Liiidaman, Young and OWoil. Time.
;! hours. Umpire. O'Day,
Chicago 7; Cincinnati 6.
CHICAGO, April 27.?-Kour light
ning doubt, plays by the locals win
Um feature of today's game, which
wo.nl twelve Innings. Score:
Chicago ...000201 o'J 0 0 I 1-7 Hi 0
Cincinnati .10 0 o 0 I o :s 0 0 10. . i": I ti
Wicker. Reulbach, Bchee and
Kling; Harper ami Livingstone.
Time. :i hours. Umpires Klein and
Carpenter.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Standing of the Chilis.
W I, P
Athletic... 7 i ?:ir
Hotel
Business
We bave a flue b?tet, bar and restau?
rant business for sale. It la earning
a Inrge Income now aud ltn business
haj shown a steady Increase for
twelve months past.
This la an exceptional opportunity
for a good man.
Realty Loan and In?
surance Trust Co.
IRWIN TUCKER, Pres.,
27 M WASH, AVE,
Washington . 7 I KM
Chicago . ri :. r?oo
indmit . r. r. riot"
St. Louis . 5 r. 500
Cleveland . . I I 500
New York . 4 7 373
Boston . I 7 ;i7.i
Athletics 3; Boston 0.
IMMbAlDELPlUA, April 87.?Bos
ton's inability to hit Plana resuilcd
in ii shut out today. Score:
it K ii
Boston .IUI 0 0 0 0 (i ii n- -i) 3 0
Athletics .0 n I l (mi i ii x?3 j I I
Young und Graham; Plank and
Powers. Umpires. Evans and Hurst
rime, 1:4,
St, Louis 10; Chicago 5.
ST LOUIS', April 37.-St. Louis
won today's game with Chicago.
Score:
It II 15
St. Louis .Ii ti 3 Ii 1 r, (I I x?Hi Ii I
Chicago .O&ll 0 0 00 0 0? r. 7 3
Glade, H. Smith ami Rickey; Pat?
terson, V. Smith and Sullivan Time
1:56. Umpires, Connolly and Con-1
nor.
Cleveland 7; Detroit -1.
DET'KOIT, MIOH.. April 27.? Hol h
pitchers were hit freely today but
Donahue lost control in the sixth.
Score:
R H E
Detroit .3 ii ii ii u l l ii o? i to n
Real Estate Investments.
Washington, O. C'., Is leaping for?
ward to a place among the great cap?
itals of I ho world. Invest, your mon?
ey there. It. will grow faster than
anywhere else on earth. You can in?
vest from $110.00 to $1.100.00 in the
U. S. Realty Co.'s immense real es?
tate holdings largely upon famous
Pennsylvania avenue, the avenue up?
on which the White House and Capi?
tol are located, by paying $:', In $30
monthly, aud your family protected in
j case of death. Send for free b loklcr.
1 clving full Information or UNITED
I STATES REALTY COMPANY.
I Washington, p. c. w. E. S. VAUGHN
<v. Co.. local managers, 2000 Washing?
ton avenue. I-37-3t
Capital Dry Good House
WASHINGTON AVE. AT 30TH ST.
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
I
WE HAVE .JUST RECEIVED A EOT OK STRICTLY HIGH GRADE
Black
i^ed Petticoats
which wo offer today at the following reduced prices:
$1.50 Petticoats for. S8c
$2:00 Petticoats for. $1,48
$2.50 Petticoats for. S1.98
These are exceptionally fine skirts?each one a de?
cided bargain.
AEE OF OCR SPRINT! COV
erl Jackets reduced?you ran
now buy any jacket in Hie
house al a saving of from
$1.00 to $2.50 on eacli gar
in"iii Some very stylish
ones that wi.M
arc now
A SALE OE FANCY WEAVE
and shepherd plaid mohair
millings; u special bargain ta?
ble sale of these goods; all
WE live in a meat eating city a* well as age and thousands havo uric
a-id in their systems, that is liable any time to bring rheumatism, lumbago
or neuralgia. So be wise and drink Ueaufont Ellhia Water, that flushes
the kidneys and neutralizes this acid and removes thus a menace to your
health.
Newport News Bot. Co. Agent
No. 3100 Huntington Avenue. Beil 'Phone, 333. Ctti?ena* No. 433.
Cleveland .00 000401 2?7 1 2 !
Donahue and Payne; Bernhard and
Remis. Umpire, O'Loughlin. Tlni",
1:4?.
Virginia State League.
Ai Norfolk?INorfolk 5;' Portsniouth
At Bichmond?Richmond "; Lyuch
burg 0.
'At Roanoke?Roanoke Danville
Kt.
Otlter Games.
At Washington?Georgetown 3; |
Agricultural ami Mechanical College ,
of North (Jaroina B.
At Exeter, N. V. -Princeton 0;
Philips Exeter I ?
At Cliariottosvillo, Va?University of
Virginia. 7; University of Georgia. I.
Drydock Dewey Enters Canal.
(By Associated Press.)
POUT SAID. EGYPT. April 27.?
Tim United Stale* drydock. Dewoy,
on her way to the Philippine Islands
In tow, entered the Sue/, canal to?
day i
CHEAP ADVERTISING.
CASH IN ADVANCE.
ONE CENT A WORD.
Advertisements under classified
hr-ntr. in this column will he inserted
at the uniform rate of one cent a word
for each Insertion. No advertisement,
however small, less than 25 cents for
the first insertion. Cash In advance
invariably. Special rater, made on long
must be made in writing.
WANTED.
WANTED?3 FURNISHED ROOMS
complete lor light, housekeeping;
address box 3 13. city. 4-27-3t
WANTED? POSITION AS MEAT
cutter or grocery clerk. Nino years
experience. Address A. Z. 1217
Twenty-sixth street. 1-27-81..
WA NT ED?ON 10 GENERAL HOUSE
work girl, also one nurse. Apply
CAPT. STOPFORD, (!3 SOUTH.
FORT MONROE. 2l(it
WANTED?FURNISHED HOUSE
at. Buckroo Beach on water front,
for July. Address, DUCKROE.
care Daily Press. 24-61
WANTED?THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that tlu> most enchanting trio in
the visible universe is a cloudless
spring morning, a pretty woman
and a well-built man wearing one of
T. P. KEATING'S Tailor-made
Suits. 221 Twenty-fifth Street.
ap 22 t?
WANTED?TO RENT FURNISHED
house by party without children;
can give city references. Address.
A. B. C, Press Office, ap 30-12t
"WANTED?YOUNO OR MIDDLE
nged white woman to nurse an In-1
valid. Experience not required. Ap-l
ply to MRS . T. H. SOUTHALL 411
Smith King Street, Hampton.
ap 19-tf
WANTED?BOARDERS; TABLE OR
roonicri. Table hoarders a special?
ty. 120 Thirtieth Street. ap6-lm
WANTED?TO FURNISH YOU CON
crele building block for your house,
or foundation. Wo make a specialty
of laying sidewalks and fountain
work. CASH & VAUGHN. 3900
Washington Avenue, or Twenty
ninth Street and Virginia Aveuue
ap 18-tf
WANTED ? CLOTHES OF ANY
kind or description to lie cleaned,
pressed, scoured, dyed, altered or re?
paired. Work the best. Prices the
lowest; satisfaction guaranteed. The
Hub Clean. & Press. Co.. 211 33rd St.
Cltz. 'phone 328. J. H. Wheeler. Prop.
WANTED?BUYERS FOR OLD PA
pers at 10c per hundred. Apply at
Dally Press Office. t'
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE ?SCHOONER YACHT
"LADY EVELVN." Length over
all 10? feet; length water line. 94.5;
beam. 18.0 1-2; draught. 10.K 1-2.
Will be delivered in commission
with complete furnishings for $4,000.
This is splendid opportunity to
make money during the exposition.
For further particulars, address DR.
R. LEE ROBINSON. ap 22-tlt
FOR SALE?CHOICE LOTS AT
Pine Beach; buy for an Investment..
''Prices are to be advanced again
May 1st. Call and let us tell you
what we have. STEWART &
MI DUETTE. 133 25th street. 8-27-3t
LOTS FOR SALE OR LEASE IN ALL
parts of the city. Call and get
prices. OLD DOMINION I AND
CO- Hotel Warwick Building.
FOR SALE?HALF INTEREST IN
oyster business, including boats,etc..
abo?* fifty acres of ground, half
natui. < seed rock in James River;
about 10,000 bushel-1 oystera on
hand at present time. Business at
present is paying good; with more
capital can be mado an excellent
investment. Address A. R. DAW
SON. Mencbviile, Va. rah 25-lm
FOR SALE ? TWO DESIRABLE
lots, In the heart of Rlvervlew, on
electric car lino. Price $350 cash.
These lots are Nos. 5 and 6, in block
No. 9, as shown on map of River
vlcw, mado by G. W. Fltchot.L civil
engineer. They have a frontage of
30 feet each on Electric avenue and
run back 120 feet. Address "RIVER
VIEW," care Dally Preas. tl
0
A vest pocket memorandum
Book free today to every visitor
c
Cor. 33d Sr. & Wash. Ave.
A vent pocket memorandum
Book freo today to every visitor.
THAT CARRY CONVICTION ON THEIR FACE
In any ooiiteal based mi merits our clothes will
win mil.
aHy^;S?!r:!.:"!! $iQ, $12.50 and $15 j
-,-,? ,
Swell Sails in Ilm grey shades and In the popular blues: single and j
double breasted, with or without vented backs, with that semi-military
swing. Splendid showing1 of specialized lines in the finest American
models, in plaids, chocks, and stripes that are quality itself, with
handwork that imparts lite shapes that stay.
Best By Every Test
*I2.50 and $15.00 arc perfectly tailmcd Suits; in fiiieBl woolens; in?
cluding this season the popular blues; the conservative dark colors
and a matchless line of novelty greys, in Oyster. Silver. Steel. Twi
licht ami other shadings as dashing ami dainty as any eustotn-lailor
ran possibly produce.
Men's Furnishings that Are Right
The popular "Coat" stiles?cuffs attached or detached, best $1.511
values for $1.00.
Swell spring neckwear, a fifty cent four-in-hand for twohty-fjvo
rents?that's just what we'll j.ivc you today. Latest spring shades
in every pattern, thai can he found' In any fifty cent line in town.
Choice today 25c. ,
MEN'S SPRING UNDERWEAR.
To start the season we'll offer you a big underwear bargain for
today.
Men's Negligee Shirts?in hundreds Of pretty madras effects,
plain and pleated bosoin?, separat? cuffs, a splendid shirt bargain
at 50c. See window display.
.Men's Negligee Shirts, good enough for any man to wear, no mat?
ter what price you usually pay. made of fine imported madras cloth,
in pretty Unlit and dark patterns, plain and pleated bosoms. Including
choice or men's Balbrlggan Underwear, in plain and colored ufTect?;
the regular 75c grades, today only 50c.
A showing of style correctness uqiialud In lull few stores any
where . The newest and smartest ideas in
BELTS. HOSIERY. NECKWEAR . FANCY VESTS.
r'vcrythtng the careful dresser requires, in most Instances lii a
saving in prices.
OUR SPECIAL HAT AT
$1.90
S3.00 VALUES
ESTABLISHED 1099
THE PROGRESSIVE CLOTMEFLj>
OUTFITTER TO MEN and BOYS FROM HEAD TO FOOT
Cor. 33d Street and Washington /We.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE? HOUSES AND LOTS;
buy for au Investment. Und s< II
again In six months at a good ad?
vance. We have bargains i:t lihth
ly; call and Invostigale. STEWART
& MIDGETTI5. 133 2?lh street.
::-^7 ;iti
AMUSEMENTS.
SATUHDAV
M?l b.rr A Night
APRIL 28tli
HELP WANTED?MALE.
lUU.OOl) PLUMBERS. PLASTERERS,
bricklayers wanted for San Frauds
cu; we prepare you in few weeks;
Union card guaranteed. Free cata?
logue. COYNE BROS. Trade
Schools. New York, Chicago. St.
Louis. 4-28-tf
I
J
rhe Wells-Dunne-Harlan Musical
Comedy Company in the Re-Union
Of?
LITTLE CHIP and MARY MARULE,
In tiro New English Comedy,
"GLORIANA."
'DESTRUCTION OP SAN FA NCI S
co."?Best Book. Large profits
Act quick. Sample Free. GLOBE
COMPANY, 723 Chestnut St.. Phlla
4-28-.".t.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT?TWO STORY BRICK
residence; eight .rooms and bath
No. 31104 West ave.; possession given
May 10th. Apply to E. TEYSER,
2715 Washington avenue. 4-8-tf.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST?ON STREET CAR BE
twecn Norfolk and Pine Beach or
on ferry, diamond ring, wire set?
ting, two stones in double box
Liberal reward for return to MISS
ANNIE JOO, 2901! Washington avc
iiuu. 2fj-.'5t
SPECIAL NOTICE.
NOTICE TO FARMERS?THE WELt
bred Stallion, "Twelfth Night," will
make this season, through Warwick
York and Elizabeth City Counties
For particulars and pedigree address
Dick Richardson, 158 W. Queen. St
Hampton, Va. ap 13-lni
UNDERTAKERS.
W. E. ROUSE. FOR GOOD SERVICE
and fine hacks. 231-236 Twcntyrflfth
strc?t. 'Phones. 51.
J. H. CAFFEE & SON, 33RD ST
and Huntington Ave. Both .'phoneB
.No. 1: residence, Boll 'nhonn. 41
TRANSFER COMPANIES
OLD DOMINION BAGGAGL TRANS
fer: office C. ft O. Station. 'Phoncp
Boll Nos. 401 and 135; Citz., No. 12
ACADEMY
One Week Commencing
Monday. April 30.
MAY HILLMAN.
and her excellent stock company
Monday Night?The comedy drama
FLOOD TIDE.
Prices 10. 20 and 30c.
M^'mccs Daily 10 and 20c
Supper and Dance
Ancient order of Hibernians. Divi?
sion No. I. assisted by the Ladies'
luxilinry, will give 11 dance and sup
per at the Casino. Monday, April 30
Tickets. $1.00. 4-27 31
Common Council.
At solicitation of friends. I hereby
announce myself as candidate for
Common Council, from Fourth War
subject lo Democratic Primary. If
elected. I shall endeavor to merit the
approval of my fellow citizens.
Respectfully,
L. J. ROLLING
l-24-l 2t.
Common Council.
I beg to announce to my friends
and the public thai I am a caiitlidat
for re-election to the Common Council
from Hie Fourth Ward, subject. te> tin
Democratic Primary. Respectfully.
1-27-lf. R. LEE DAVIS.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS OF $50 !
to $1,000, 6 per cent. Merchant*;-'
Mechanics Savings Association. Al?
lan D. Jones. Secretary and Attor?
ney, First National Bank Building.
Common Council.
I hereby announce myself forrc-elec
tion lo the Common Council as one
of two members to be elected from the
Fourth Ward, subject to the Demo
cratic Primary
4-27-td. WALTER B. LIVEZEY
WANTED
WHITE GIRLS AND BOY3 TO
LEARN CIGAR MAKING,
Loarnors paid whilo under In?
struction. Steady work; good
pay. Apply
Newport Views Branch
The American Tobacco
Company*
34th Street ?nd Viral?!? Ave,
REYNOLDS
BROS/
RENT LIST
Office: No. 132 25th street. .
DWELLINGS.
No. 219 'inth street .$20.00
No. 220 42nd street .18.00
No. 327 3'Uh street ._ 20.00
No. 3)8 34th street . 12.00
No. 537 31st street . 6.00
FLATS.
No. 256 28th street. $8 to $12.00
No. 3000 Washington ave. 12.00
No. 2601 Washington ave. 15.00
No. 2710-12 Washington avenue.
per room ...:.. .$3.00
No. 2617 Roanoke ave ... $8,00
STORES.
No. 3304 Washington avenue;
Under Academy of Music $40.00
No. 248-252 28th street . . 20.00
We have other property both
FOR RENT and FOR SALE In
all parts of the city,
Our INSURANCE Companies
have ONE HUNDRED MIL?
LION assets. . INSURE with us
and get THE BEST.
The Standard Supply
Company, Inc.
No. 2608 Huntington Avenun.
J, White Chandler, R. II. Brushwood,
P/esidont. Socretary.
J. P. Gaylo, Treasurer.
Don't forget ?he place where yon can
buy Studebaker Wagons of
every style.
Wo carry a full lino of Runabouts,
Surroys. Top Buggies, Grocery Wag?
ons, and many other spring vehicles.
Harness and Horse Furnishings. Har
ness Repairing a special feature
pood work assured.
Farm Implements, including Ihn fol?
lowing well-known makes: Oliver Chill
Plows, Deering & McCormick Mowers
and Rakes, Disc Harrows, Dine Culti?
vators, Farmer's Friend Corn Plant,
ers, Planter Juniors, and many others.
Agents for Austin-Western Road
Machinery, Armour's FertiUzera?bot?
tom prices for CASH. ,
The biggest line ever offered in our
city. Call Bnd look it over before
buying. Wo want your buslnen9.
RESTAURANTS._
YOU CAN ALWAYS GET SOMS
tblng good to eat. Rt 217 25th St..
HOME COOKING.

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