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ON BASEBALL DIAMOND
Pirates Meet Giants (op First Time! and Win Contest. NEW YORKERS ARE SHUT OUT' Chicago Defeats Philadelphia In Ten-| Inning Game. With the Score Stand? ing 1 to 0?Athletics Score Their Eighth Straight Victory. National League How the Clubs Stand. Won. host. P (!. New York . I!t x .7?:! Chicago . 21 I" ??'? Philadelphia . in i:i .r, Plltsblirg. II 12 .:< St. Louis . i:t II .1X1 Boston . i2 Mi . Pi8 Cincinnati . 10 20 .:' Brooklyn. K 2<t YI5STKHMA Y S CAM BS. Pittsburg, It; New York. 0. PITTSBUHUi PA.. May 10.? Pitts burg and Now York today met for | the Bist tbnu Ibis season ami Pitts bnrg was au easy winner. Inning the ball at will. Score: R.I 1.13: put sbu rg ... :i i o o 11 ox?11 is - New Yoik .. uo o00onoo- ? ti 7 :i Willis ami Peltr.) Ames, Korgtison und Bresnaban. Time. 2:011. Umpires. Kmslie and .lohnsloiie. Brooklyn, 3; St. Louis, 0. ST. LOUIS. May Ili.--ScanIon's ef? fective pitching registered a shot out against the home ton in today. Brook lyn winning II to 0. Score: R. 11.13. Brooklyn .... 2 li I) (I I 0 0 (1 f) .1 5 U St. Louis ... ti till (Ml 0 litt 0- 0 i; :t Taylor and Raub; Scanlon and Ber? gen. Time, 1:28. 11 in jd re. Con way. Chicago. 1; Philadelphia, 0. CHICAOO. May Hi.? Clilcago de featcd Philadelphia today In Hie lenlh Inning. In the most scientific siid perfectly played game on the lo? cal grounds this sen son. Score: R. 11.13. Chicago ... 0 n 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1?1 in 0 Phlla., . I! 0 0 0 0 0 0 II 0 (1?0 :\ I Lundgrcii and Kling: Dtiggleby and Doyle. Time. 1:50. Umpires. Carpenter and K lent. Boston, 6; Cincinnati, 5. CINCINNATI. Ol I It), May Hi - Boslon won the flrsl game of the se? ries from Cincinnati today by a score of 0 tb :">. Monier, for Boston was wild throughout, but received excellent support. Score R.H.K. Cincinnati ?? 1 0 0 0 3 1.000?5 7 :'. Boslon . 2 0 2 0 0 10 0 II? ti 11 I lowing and Livingston: Doriior and Need ham. Time, 2:00 hours. Um? pire; OMay. American League How the Clubs Stand. Won. Lost. P.C. Athletics . 17 7 . 7 ns Cleveland . 12 H .571 Detroit . |;i III .fiti.1 St. Lbula . II II . 500 Washington.12 12 .5011 New York . II 12 . I7S Chicago . 9 13 .100 . Kin> insurance thai Insures protec? tion. W. 13. S. VAU?IIN & CO.. 2000 Washington avenue. 5-13-tC Small Farm Wo offer t? a quick purchaser a farm of 13 acres oil main county rbnd four miles from city. A new dwell lug and barn and oulhiiihii.igH make it a very attractive home. The bind Is mostly cleared ami fine for truck? ing. Price. $2.100. Realty Loan and in? surance Trust Co. IRWIN TUCKER, Pres. 27 M WASH. AVE. Itoston . ti 20 ,W0 YISSTISIt DAY'S CA.M10S. Chicago, 0; Washington, D. WASHINGTON. May Id. - - Chicago defeated Washington today, n to 5, in a loosely played I-mi inning garni'. A one-handed catch by O'Neill was the feature. Score: It. H.H. Washington, n n <i 0 10 0 2 <> H Ii I Chicago .... o 2 0 0 1 on o n It?n it :: Hughes and Heyden; Smith; Patter? son and Sullivan. Time. 2:161 Um? pire, Connor. Athletics. <J; Detroit. 2, PUlLADKLPIIIA, PA.. May I?. Philadelphia obtained Its eighth straight victory today by defeating Heiioh In no easy fashion. Score: ft. II. IS.' Oelrolt . I o a 0 0 0 0 0 I ?2 7 :: Athletics _ 5 0 2 n I n i n o !? 12 1 Mnllln, Wiggs, Warner and Payne; Mender and Schreck. Time. 1:52. | tlmplres, Sheridan and Hvans. - Cleveland, 7; Boston, G. ROSTtIN, MASS.. May Hi.?Cleve? land won a closely played game today by 7 lo li, this heing the thirl.itn successive defeat sustained |?y ihe locals. 'The outfleldlug of the visitors and idopn by c.dllzis and l^njoie were brilliant feu lures. Seme: II. If. 15. Cleveland ... n'lflfl ('. 0 I 0 n -7 7 | Hoslon . 0 0 I II II II I 2 2 'i l<l 2 It hon des and (Talk; Winter and Graham. Time, 1:52. Umpire, Con? nolly . Mew York. 5; St. Louis, ?. NKAV YOIIK M iv |?: New York heal St. Louis to.l y by super: :>r bul? ling and fielding. Score: It. It.IS. St. I/mis ... o i ?) fi o i) n it -.: i; ;; New York . . 0 0 i i 2 I (1 0 x 5 I Smith and Speuur: Halm and Me (Jiilriv. Time, 1:52; rinplvj, O'Loiighliu. Virginia State I .eacjue At Norfolk Dsnvllio I: Norfolk. S. At Itonnnko?llleiunen.l. li; Id a iioke. I - At l.ynchburg?Lynchburg. I; Povlti iiioulh, 0. Negative Praise. A New York weekly paper credits I Mr*. Hearst with a desire lo become a senator. He could not he of much less use than some others senator., we might mention.?-Rochester Herald. o o Northern Assurance Company Of LONDON Messrs. Reynolds Bros., 132 25 th Stree, t Newport News, va? Dear Sir' Echoes of the San Franciso con ^ f lgration in the shape of rumors ' as to the inability of several com? panies to weather the storm, leads me to call your special attention to the age, honorable record and great strength of the k?NORTHERN V ? We have ample funds to meet cont in i gencies and our heavy claims arising '< in 'Frisco will be paid by funds from ' the London Office. We stand ready and > shall be glad to treat wi th .you if > you have cause for uneasiness in the ? direction -indicated, as we are pre* > pared to assume additional liability *> Yours truly, I J. F. EWEKS, Special Agent. > ? We only represent the strongest => and best. s TUB STANDARD SUPPLY CO. J. V/. CHANDLER AND J. P. GAYLE, PROPRIETORS, ?Dealers in? H?rnc*n?, &nrrtf*?r&e+ rind Wngonfl FARM IMPLEMENTS. LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS. Harness Repairing a Specialty. 2608 HUNTINGTON AVE. WOMEN GAN AND DO HANDLE BANK'S FUNDS Missouri Institutions Run Entirely By Females and It's a Success. PRESIDENT IS IHE ONLY MAN Five Women ! I.millc All the Money and Keep the Accounts in a Satis factcry Manner?Cashier, Too, is i Member ol the Fair Sex and Make:. Few Mistakes, All tin' batiks in* the nation a.- ? not run by men There is one excop tion. 'I'lio Hank ni .loplin. Ml.ssici.-i \ man is president, but all the oilier ex? ecutive positioie, are tilled by weh'.ou ami tin' HincLhulders freely iidniil llnii ii is women who Iiiivo brought the hank to its present success; . In ninny re: peci women an pees: Marly filled for shell work. Winnen ate horn financiers. In most of our home:, it is the ino'.her who controls the money ma 11 es. It Is --.he who plans the spending ami I he savin.;. The average wife ,s called upon to make a slim puive go a great. \v;?v. She ca i cet a better reisull froui small means than could many a great li liancier, .Moreover wemen are pos? sessors of rb.M Met so essential where pers.null hilereonr.se is so necessary in a bank. An intelligent woman has mustered all the various shades of courtesy ami is qualified t(l make many staunch business friends. The one women's hank thill exists is abundantly successful. Khe women Cond net its affairs. Mrs. V. Krank Church, eashb r: Miss TIRIu Mullet', assistant cashier; Miss Ollle McAhoy and Miss llenrietla Maxwell, book keepers; ami Mrs. Binoche Jenkins. teller. The President lc n Man. Thomas W. Cunningham, a former mayor of .loplin, is |il'esideill, but his lint., is so taken up with bis other business that be leave:; bis bank in the cap' id the women, who have proved so capable .loplin is in Me- hear! of tin; zinc mining district, To accommodate I ho miiie!-; tie- bank is open bile on Sat? urday hlghisi which is unite a doimr tine from the noonday (losing of Ilm ordinary concern. Saturday night is the busy lime ami often as much as $i?n?.. is bamlbd by these industri? ous women. Mrs. Church has been hi Mr. Cllii ningiiam's employ for mure than six? teen w ars. She started as a clerk when she was a more girl. She soon became bookkeeper, then teller, and for a prlnil of six yean she filled both [daces. Finally her good work was re? warded with prnui.ition In the post of cashier. She is fascinated with lior work, and even tic attractions of a home were nut strong enough lo lure her away. When she mat tied. Mr. Church wanted her lo resign the ciislieirsbip. hut ilie cashier resisted his. eni real les ami continued working the same as before her marriage. She and her husband live al a hotel, so she. is relieved of Hie distasteful in house? keeping, and can continue with inter? est. Attends Annual Conventions. Mrs. Church represented the .loplln bank al the annual session of the American Hankers' association, in Washington. Hers was oif .,f the best showings ninlie -tt tne con vein ion. The Hank of .loplin reported surplus funds Just eipial to ?i) limes its orig? inal capital. Mrs. Church was cheered al the conclusion of her speech. When Mrs.. Church was absent on her (Hp lo Washington, Miss Tillie Malier, tin- assistant cashier, look her place. Miss M?ller has also been with I be bank for a number of years. She came 10 the Institution as a more child and has gradually worked her way to her present position. Mrs. ninnchc .tonkins, who is the (rdler and bookkeeper, when -.he married, also decided lo remain it. her position rather |han give up lite time in do? ttiest ie duties. Miss O'lin Mi1 A hoy is the latest addition lo tile bank's force. Mr. Cunningham says be will have none other than women in bis bank, and he prefers his staff lo any other in Hie country, no mailer how effi cioiil I bey may be. No mailer how busy a man is. a pleasant voice and a cheerful smile does not go unnoticed, ami when in addition In care ami ac? curacy comes a Hille ray of pleasure. II is no wonder thai the .loplin busi? nessmen prefer lo patronize this unique bank. Bank Spreads Out. A significant fact, in connection with the .loplin hank is that the women have added to its progress!voiiess. When it was founded by Messrs Cull nlnghtiin and Case, in 1882, il had mos) of its business In tile home town, and catered especially to a few bld fashioned, long-established firms, whose heads were Intimates of the EXCURSION EVERY SUNDAY VIA C. A. O. RY., TO RICHMOND AND RETURN. Special I rain to leave Korl Monroe 8:30 A. Mi, Phoebus. 8!33 A. M.. Hampton S::5S A. M.. Newport Nowr 0:0b A. M.. arriving Richmond 10:45 A. M.; returning leaves Richmond 7:30 P. M. $1.25 round trip. mj t-th,fr,*ntt Heard in the Fourth Ward? That the dee Cream made at Kirk man's was the liest ever sold In this city. Try it today. Both 'phones. 521. Kohlhaf-V old s'f.'il. my lC-6t founders of the new financial Institu I tion. But Mrs. Church lias extended Its sphere. \Vlibu*sho went into the cm-' ploy her first thought was (lie needs-: ally of lllflisillg new life into the oil-1 torprisc. Mr. Cunningham had lieen contented with fair profits, when they clinic without any considerable outlay of effort. li was not lack of energy that kept I he president of the hank from ventur? ing out for more business. He was loo much tied up with other Inter? ests to have the time. Mrs. Church changed all that. She went alter now accounts, pushed the influence of the hank into the surrounding towns, and before long proved lo the head of the hank that bis liest way to make big money nut of it. was to keep away, and le| his woman cashier direct. Much of me new business enmu from the operators of the mines, now in 'lie midst of a bonni: Mrs. Church is by no im tins chicken-hearted in ihose Instances that come to all banks, where the firmness of officials is ne? cessary 10 prevent theft. She has Ire ipicntly held up l<ad paper, and by a careful study of signature:-, has be? come a skillfull experl on handwrit? ing. i im e a country youth presented a raised chock. She detected the impo? sition instantly, hut giving no sign, in? vited the youth around to a side win .low tu g i hi., money. Then sin- si^ uaied an assistant to get the hank watchman, and bet?re he knew it. the young criminal was under arrest. He ended in the pi nitetitlafy. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT. May Ir.r.uc of popular Little Maga? zine Out Yesterday. The May issue of the High school Student, the popular little school magazine published in Hi" Newport News illy.h School Literary Society was issued yesterday. The hook con" tain:; many entertaining original stor? ies hy school student)! and several eiever iirlleh t from exchanges. Tin' final IsRiin of l!ie hixiklel for this session will appear early in .tune. Already the staff is bard at work I'll this issue and it promises to he one of I he liest yet g?lten out hy llic literary society. MEMRITT HEALEY. M. D. Loccl Dcy Receives Diploma at Uni? versity College of Medicine. Mi'irltl W. Henley, a well known young man of tills city, received his diploma as a lull graduate of the Cnlvi'i'sily College of Medicine, of ilichiiicnd, ai Hie annual commence ni. at exercise..; of that institution he|.| in the Iticliuioud Academy last night. The young man has accepted a po? sition as ambulance surgeon in the Virgin In Hospital, in I he capital city, and will assume his duties as such on juno I. Mr. Hen ley, will arrive in this city lomcrr iw to spend a few weeks with hi: mother, on Hampton avenue. Long and Cool drinks ni mo- fountain these days. , Klrkniun's 2<H7 Washington Avenue. Kiihlha;;:,' oid nfu d. my IIM'.t Bargains in real estate. W. |3, S. VAIKSHN & co.. 2000 Washington a venue. .". I :;-t f ? BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. Notice of First Mcetinn of Creditors. in tine district court ok thr UNITKH st.\T KS. co It tur RAST? HUN DISTRICT ok VIRGINIA. Sixth Division. In the 'natter of W. O. Moss and .1. K. Dale. moss ,x- DA LR. In Bankruptcy. Bankrupts. No. CIO. Tu lie creditors of \V. (?. Moss and .1. P.. Dale. Partnern I railing as Moss ?- Bale, of Newport News, in the Count v of Warwick and district afore said, bankrupts: Nat ice is hereby given that on the 1st day fir May. A. D. 100?. lite "tiid W. li. Moss and .1. K. Dale, part? ners trading as -Moss it Dale, wore duly hdjudlcaled bnnkrup's, and that the first meet in g of llicir erodbois will tic held at Boom N". "01 Sllsby Building, in Newport Neu ?. Va.. on the 20th day of May: A I). 100?. a .". o'clock, in tile nfloriioi.i: at whtcli tone the sail creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint ;i iriislee, cxani'iie ihn bankrupts, and ira'bFict such ('her business as ma - pinpoily come hefore said mee'l".;. Dated: Newport News. Va.. May 17. iftfJli. JNp. It. LOOKH. Heferee in Bankruptcy. Charles C. Berkeley, Counsel for Bankrupt. my 17-11. MONEY TO LOAN. MON10Y TO LOAN IN RUMS OK $r.O to $1.00(1, fi per cent. Merchants Mechanics Ravings Association. Al? lan D. Jone?. Secretary and At tor tiny. First National Bank* Uulldinjt. LOST AND FOUND. LOST? WATCH FOIL WITH COLD charm: either on Jefferson avenue or Twenty-sixth street. Reward If roll!rued to Daily Pres? office. TRANSFER COMPANIES. OLD DOMINION HAOOAGL TRANS fer: office C. & O. Plat Ion. 'Phones: Bell Nos. 401 and MC; Cil.7... No. 12 NOTICE. Delinquent tax payer::, take notice: In order lo make my settlements as required by law. I will be forced lo levy and cell for till laxes and levies due for the year. 100.1 and unpaid on May 25th, 1900; j. m. ciintis. my ll-0t City Treasurer; 3 is oTrro^'oinroTro^^ These classified advertisements pay the people who aro wise enough lo place them in the DAILY PRESS. This page is read front top lo bottom It is one of the most Interesting parts of the paper, for the simple reason that it shows Ju-u measure the wants of the people; shows business Invest? ments thai yield milch to the adver? tiser as well as I he reader. I lave you ?nie Unlay? If not you have missed an opportunity lo start the foundation of what might he your success in the business world. ONE CENT A WORD NO AP. LESS THAN 25c peg o 00 ooooo ob o pooo o o otiti eo oooc ?JLvJULVJL^^JLx^^ ) WANTED. WANTED?COOK AND STEWARD wai rant officers' mess. Apply ?. S. S. ItllOilc Island. niy l?-2t WAN TED? POSITION AS STENO? rnplicr ami typewriter. l>y graduate u| .Master Business College; moder? ate salary. Address MISs> M. A. W.. Daily Press Offlco. my I5-St WANTED?OCCUPANTS FOR TWO furnished rooms with hoard, al No. 1211 Thirty-second si reel. Also table boarders. ii-i?-?I WANTED?TO FURNISH YOU CON crelc building block for your house or foundation, Wo make n specially of laying sidewalks and fountain work. CASH ?t VAUCMN. 2900 Washington Avenue, or Twenty ninth Street and Virginia Avelino tip IS tc WANTED ? CLOTHES OP ANY kind or description to he cleaned, pressed, scoured, dyed, altered or n>. paired. Work tho best. Prices tbo lowest; satisfaction guaranteed. The Huh Clean. & Press. Co..211 33rd St. Citz. 'phone 32S. J. H. Wheeler. Prop. HELP WANTED?MALE. MEN AND I Si J YS WANTED TO leant plumbing,plastering and brick? laying. Speeial offer life scholar? ship $fi0; easy payments; position aii l union card guaranteed; frei cat? alogue. COYNE Dims.. Trade Schools, New York. Chicago. Si. Louis. my 15 FOR SALE. FOR SALI':-ONE HUNDRED AND fifty acres of good Limber ?in Oak laud farm, situated on the main road running from Vork'.ow'i Lo VVilliamsiiurg and two miles from Lee Hall Station; \\ 111 sell till lim? ber from eight inches up. Pr'co, fifteen hundred dollars ($ I.iMili i. Ap? ply to .1. W. CLEMENTS or PAI L JONES. Lee Hall. Va. my IT-*'.: FOR SALE?SECOND-II AND HO Hi? er. I went v horse; cheap for cash. J. W. & T. Hi MASSEY. I lamp? ion, Va. my IS :it I HAVE A FEW LOTS IN FRONT OF enttlllice to big Theatre on Maryland Avenue, if.o feet from Exposition grounds, thai I can .ell to nub I: buyers al $050 each. Prices on these lot., will be advnnccd in leu days. Call quick. A. II. I IHN LEY, Office. I02hd Street and Midway. my ii-3't FOR SALE?200 SHARES CAPU y.tiyii Mining Stock. $2.75 per share, if taken in Hi reo da vs. Address CAPUZAYA. Itox 51f>. City. 15-41 FOR SALIC?REST LOCATED LOTS on Boulevard and several dwellings. STEWART R: Ml DUETTE. 133 Twenty-fifth Street. in?: l5-3t FOR SALE?$2.700 WILL BUY A ft room bouse in North End. Ruth, hot and cold water. Range, combination gas and electric fixtures Terms lo suit. W. E. S. VAUCIIN & CO.. 2900 Washington avenue. B-I3rtl FOR KALK?A FINE DWELLING ON Thirty-third street; also one on Th ill lei h street. See us about those bargains al once. STEWART & M4 DUETTE. No. 133 Twenty-rifth Street. my R-15-3t FOR SALE?AT KIVERVIEW. A nice, cottage al a bargain; also a number of lols. STEWART ?. MIDC1ETTE, 133 Twenty-fifth Street. niy ,"-15 lit FOR SALE?LOTS AT EXPOSI .lion grounds; nicely localed. 15x25 -?$300. One fourth cash; lentis for balance. STEWART fi. MID CETTE, No. 133 Twenty firth Street. my III 31 FOR SALE?TWO NICE LA ROE houses, 15 and 20 rooms; nicely situated for hoarding or a large family. STEWART <fc MlDOETTB. my 16-31 FOR SALE?WHY PAY RENT? when a small cash payment and fin.on per month will buy a nice new 7-rooni house with hath. hoi. und cold water, gas and electric fix lures, modern mid nplodnto in every respect. W. E. S. VAUOllN R CO., 2900 Washington avenue. 5-13-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE?ACRE?CE PROPERTY libar Ilm city, $""> tu $l5<t per acre, on easy terms. STEWART ..v.- MID CiBTTE. 133 Twenty-ruth si reel. my 15 at FOR SALE?ONE DRIV1NO 1'IIAE ton; gm ni condition; leather top cttsh ion ninl hack. Price. $15. MILL? ER & OLIiASON, Twenty-eighth Street. my ll-tf FOR SALE ?BEAUTIFUL HOME IN center of city, near West avenue, only $4.500, Including the ground; l i'> cash, balance $35 moiitilly; II I'xnus und hath. A haigain. SOM MERVILI.E & CO. 5-i:t-?t. roil SALE?CHEAP. STEAMER Highland Length. 00 feet; beam. 12 feet. Must he suhl. Address, P. O. Box 7. Snow Hill, Md. 4-2'J-lf-sii-w-f EXPOSITION LOTS..WE IIAVE A few lots near the grounds at. u haigain. Prices will ho advanced in a few days. STEWART & MIDCETTE. No. 133 Twenty-fifth SI reel . my 5-1 V.P. LOTS FOR SALE Oil LEASH IN ALL parts of the city. Call and Eet prices. OLD DOMINION LAND CO. Hotel Warwick Building. FOR RENT. FOR RENT?NICELY. FURNISHED front, room. 2008 West avenue. 5-13-31 SPECIAL NOTICE. CHEAPEST PLACE IN' TOWN FOR Screens. 2105 Jefferson Avenue. I1KNDIMCKS - UOODMAN HARD? WARE (*o. my 150t MISS ALYCE WATSON. PIANIST, of Hotel Chnmherlitl Orchestra, la prepared tu accept, a few pupils for hoih voice ami piano. European trieihod. Terms moderate. 5-1 l-lhl WILL THE (110 NT I ,E MAN Wl IO W AS accompanied hy a hlondu lady . Monday, 7th, at ? p. in., ordered a tailor made Suit of Clothes, call and get his pocket hook, containing a large sum of money. T. I'. KE?T IN.;. Reliable Tailor. 21!I Two-ity filth Street. Newport News, Va. my 10 if FRESH PISH OP ALL KINDS? (Wholesale and retail). Clams and Oysters. Askew <fc Carter, City Market. Hell 'Phono 375y. niyl-lm UNDERTAKERS. W. E. ROUSE. FOR GOOD SERVICE and flno backs. 231-236 Twenty fifth stre;t. 'Phohes. 51. J. H. CAFFEE & SON, 3.TRD ST-, nnd Huntington Ave. Doth 'phones No. 1; reshtonce. Bell 'phone. 41. S SATURDAY MAY 26 FOR BENEFIT MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. Fund for the improvements to WASHINGTON SQUARE. Admission, 25c. Every resident of Newport News should help Ibis move? ment to Improve the idly. Buy a ticket, and keep it as a souvenir. If you can't go. MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION.