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phia in the Ninth. PinSBORG BEATS BOSTON CLUB No Game Played Between the Giants and the St. Louis Aggregation on Account of Rain?Leader* in Amerl oan League Lose Out. (By Associated I'ress.? National League *~ HOW THE CLUBS 8TAND. W. L. PC. Chicago . 66 24 .700 Pittiburg . 49 28 .c:ui New York . 47 27 .035 Philadelphia . 40 .'19 .500 Cincinnati . 33 4C .418 St. Louis . 31 48 ..'192 Brooklyn . 28 47 .373 Boston . 27 62 .342 YESTERDAY'S QAMES. Plttsburg 3; Boston 2. PITTSUURO. PA.. July 18.?Leever was effective agnlnst the Rostons to? day, Plttahttrg winning by a score of 3 to 2, in a very ordinary game. Score: . R.H.E. Pitteburg ....2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 x?3 7 8 I Boston .?_0 00 0 0 2000?2 6 3 Batteries: Leever and Gibson; PJlelffer and O'Nell. Time 1:30. Um? pire, Conway. Chloago 4; Philadelphia 3. CHICAGO, July 13?A great batting rally gave Chicago today's guiuc In the ninth Inning. Schulte led off with n triple, a sacrifice and four bunched hits following. ?Score: R.H.E. Philadelphia .1 0 0 0 o 2 o 0 0?3 10 31 Chicago .000 1 0 000 3?4 8 o] Batteries: Lunrtogreu and Kling; Dugglehy and Dooln; Time 1:30. Um-| plre, Johustone. Cincinnati 8; Brooklyn 6. CINCINNATI, July 13.?Cincinnati I made five three base bits this utter-1 noOn all of them flguvlug iu the scor? ing Score: R.H.E. Cincinnati .. .2 1111 0 11 x?8 14 2 Brooklyn _01 2 0 0 3 0 0 0?6 16 fi I Batteries: Weimer, Wicker and| Schlei: Patterenn, Mclntyre and Ber? gen, Time 2:17. Umpires, Klem and Catpenter. American League HOW THE CLUBS STAND. ''*' W. U Pc. New York . 46 29 .608 Athletics _ . 4S 29 .608 Cleveland . 44 30 .696 Chicago .?.'.. 43 33 .666 Detroit . 40 35 .533 St. Txmls . 3P I!'! 6001 Washington . P? .4? .381 Boston . 19 58 .247' I YESTERDAY'S GAMES. ' ' ? Chicane 3; New York 1. ) NEW YORK. July 13 - The visiting teym from Chlcano hatted out a ninth lining vlctorv off Hogg today. Iflcbre: R.H.E. ChJCasro .0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3?3 7 1 New York ... .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0?1 8 3 Batteries: Owens and Snlllvnn: Hogg and Kleinow. Time 2:00. Um? pire.. Sheridan. v' Washington 8; Cleveland 4. . WASHINGTON, D. O. July V.l.? Hughes pitched npleudld bnll today In the; .face of poor support and the Washington's defeated Cleveland, 8 to \i: Score: R.H.E Washington ..3 0 1 00 1 21 x?8 12 f Cleveland _0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1?4 10 31 '?''?Batteries: Hughes nud Haydon; Bernhardt, Huelow and Bemls. Time] ll66." : Umpire, Hurst. Detroit 4; Athletics 3. ^PHILADELPHIA. PA., July 13.? Oiombs pitched good enough bait to? day to win. hut ihe errors of his team males gave Detroit the game. Score: R.H.E. Detroit.1 0 1 01 000 1?4 7 1 Athletics .1 00 0 1 001 0?3 8 4| Batteries: Bubanks. Kllllan. War? ner- and Schmidt; Coombs and Pow-1 era. Time. 2:20. Umpires, Conners aqd Connelly. St. Louis 8; BoBton 1. - ^BOSTON. MASS.. July 13 ?St.I Louis batted Tannehill out of the box ip) the third Inning today, scoring at [ will as long as he pitched. . 'Score* R H E Sk Louis .....4 0 4 00 000 0?8 8 l| Beaton .0000001 0 0?1 6 41 Batteries Pelty and O'Conner; Tannehill, Glaze and Armbuster. Time! l:v40. Umpires. O'Loughlin and Evans. Virginia State League | At Lynchburg.?Lynchburg 1; Dan? ville *. At- Richmond?Richmond 2; Roanoke O. At .( Portsmouth?Portsmouth 6; Nor v if Oik 3. ? ' . MAY PURCHA8E IRISH RAILWAYS Eugene > Zimmerman and Duke of Lj . Manchester Examine Route. -BELFAST, July lS.-rEugene Zlm Tpyprfnan. of Cincinnati, and his son ludaw, the Duke of Manchester, have Inspected the route of the proposed i&wry. ,Keady & Tynan Railway, and aftortrard had a conference with the promoters, with tho view, it Is said, of purchasing the promoters' Interests in the' road. ' The scheme was sanctioned by Par llainent eight years ago, and the gov? ernment has since voted a grant ol 9376,000. The proposal is to construct u railway from Nowry to Tynan by way of Koady, and buy out the Clogh er Valley Hallway, connecting It with the Ca van & Loitrlni line, thus estab? lishing direct communication between Newry and the Arlgna coal fields, a distance of a hundred miles. CLUB WOMEN TO TE8T LAW. If Clergymen Refuses to Marry 01 vorced Persons, They Will Act. NEW YORK, July 13.?A woman'3 club which, for startling thought ad? vancement, will eclipse any Bitch or ganlzntlon ever founded In this or any other country, and which will deal with the divorce problem, Is thy latest movement in which Mrs. Kate Trimble Woollsey, the wealthy and well known author ami club woman, la Interesting herself. Mrs. Woollsey la devoting n large part of her time writing to leading women thinkers of Europe and Amer? ica, outlining the club's plans and getting the views au to tho most practicable way to defeat the recent decision of the United States su? preme court affecting divorce. The first meeting will be held lu this city early In October. "To make this club practical in its methods, our first act will be In make a test of the new law," said Mrai Woollsey. "A divorced uinn and woman will ask the church dignitary to marry them; If refused on the ground that they are divorced they will ask tho state to cancel the clergyman's II cehae. They will assert that clergy? men who refuse to marry divorced people, or any other whom the state decree eligible to marriage, forfeit their right to perform marriages and that their licenses can be revoked. "Another tust will be the follow tug: "A woman who was married where the groom said, 'With all my worldly goods 1 "thee endow,' will ask the court to compel the husband to turn over bis estate to her." These are only a few of the ineas ures which the club will take lo test the law. which Is proving to be Irk BOIUU ami A hardship on SO many women, Mrs. Woollsey uvera. MARBLE INSTEAD OF PLA8TER. New York's Custom House to be Fin? ished With Lasting Material. WASHINGTON, July 13.?The sup ervlslng architect of the Treasury has Informed Mr. Gilbert, architect In charge of the construction of the New York Custom House, of tho addition? al appropriation of f460,000 mudu by Congress for the marble interior fin? ish for that building. Mr. Gilbert lias been asked to revise the pinna of the Interior to accord with the raising of the limit of cost, and us soon as these plans are approv? ed by the Treasury Department the builders will go aiiead with the In? terior. This additional money will permit of the use of marble Instead of plas? ter for tho walla', and the main rotun? da will be ospeclatly elaborate. It ts the Intention of the architects, how? ever, not to devote the money so much to purely decorative purposes as to finishing the Interior with n substan? tial and lasting material. Tho new work will necessarily de? lay the final completion of the custom house, the contract time for which ex? pired on October 16, but the liberal appropriation made by Congress will greatly enhance the value of the prop? erty, and only a few months' addition? al time will be required to complete the building. The new custom house will be one of tho handsomest buildings of its kind In tho world. The contract prlco for construction was % 1,027,281.69. BUILDING ON QUICKSAND. Great Difficulty Found at Navy Yard in Excavatino. for Dry Dock, N'EWl YORK, July 13?Excavating for dry dock No. 4 at the Navy Yard has lieon suspended as a result of the shifting of big sheet piles placed to retain the sides of the dock. can-j? ed by the action of a bed of quick band, .Much difficulty Is being exper? ienced In the work oti tho dock be? cause of tho quicksand foundation. Ground surrounding tho excavation has sunk six and eight feet and it has been necessary to move boilers and machinery. Although extra heavy supports have been set up to auppoi the sides of the excavation It Is al? most impossible to hold the piling in position, as a result of the constanr shifting of the foundation. Costing nearly $1,000,000, the dock Is to be the largest tn HHb country. It is to be built of cement. NORFOLK TO KEEP ISLAND. Navy in No Hurry to Get the Pest House Site, WASHINGTON, V. C, July 13.? Rear Admiral Harrington was In con? ference with Secretary Bonaparte at tho navy department today concern? ing Craney Island, tn Chesapeake Bay, which Is now used by Norfolk an an isolation camp for contageous diseases. Although Admiral Harrington has not made a formal report tn the mat? ter, Secretary Ronaparte said today aftes the conference that the Admiral does not believe there Is any necessi? ty for tho immediate taking over of the island by the government for .naval purposes as has been suggest? ed by the general board and that It Is I unlikely that any steps will be taken by the government in the near future. Mies Hard Hit by the Talent on Brighton Track. SECOND CHOICES WINNERS TOO Loglstilla Defeat* Orly II in the Fourth Event on the Card In a Well Run Race?Down In Kentucky Favorites Come Home Flret. (by Associated Press.) NRW YORK, July 13.?Three fa? vorites und three second choices divided the money at Brighton Beach today. The handicap, fourth on the card at one mile and a sixteenth resulted in an easy victory for Logls tlllu. Orly II was heavily played in this race being hacked down from :: to 1 to :: to 2. He finished fourth. Su mmarlc8. First race?(mile and a sixteenth) ?M'axle Witt, :i to 5, won; Albert P., 16 to 1, second; Water Pearl, 10 t.i 1, third. Time. 1.48. Second race?(six furlongs)?Lady Anne, II to 5, won; Consistent, 11 to 5, second; Chesslna, 8 to l, third. Time, 1:12 3 5. Third race?(selling, five and a half furlongs)?Prank Lord. 3 to l, won; AI. Powell, 8 to 5, second, Jaunty, 18 to 5, third. Time, 1:07 2-5. Fourth race?(mile nnd a six? teenth)?Loglstilla, 5 to 2, won; Aeronaut, 7 to 2, second; Grenade, 8 to 1, third. Time, 1:45 2-5. Fifth race?(selling, mile and a quarterlj?>Maxnar, 1 Bto B, won; Blennerworth, S to I, second; Tar? tan. 7 to 1, third. Time. 2:00 Sixth race?(six furlongs)?iMo> Carter, ii to 5, won; Electioneer, 5 to 1, second; Ben Strong, 12 to l, third. Time. 1:42 2-5. More Favorites Win. CINCINNATI O., July 13.?Favor? ites won three of the six events at Latonlu toduy. Jim Bowman, a rank outsider in the.betting easily won the handicap steeple chase from Sig? mund, with Weird third. LAUNCH OWNERS VIOLATE LAW Disregard Law? Regarding Lightt., Whistles and Other Requirements. TONAiWAN DA, July 13.?Since the opontng of navigation this spring 1 here have been launched upon the river about the Tonawundas sonv 50 gasoline launches, and much complaint bus been heard of lute from the in.nine men of the Tonn wandas because the little crafts are not complying with the marine law. Unless 1 heir owners equip thumfwlth light3 by night und follow the other rules of the water, tho matter will bt* carried to the attention of the cus? tom's inspectors. It was stilted today that nearly 90 per cent, of the gasoline yachts thai ply the Niagara river or Brie Canal do not display lights at night, and the larger vessels are unable to see them, while there uro very few that comply with the, government law by carrying whistles. On a number of occasions launches have had narrow escapes from being run down by the larger vessels while entering port, either because no lights were dls played or because the little boats' pilots did not understand the rules of the water. Coal-men have exper? ienced much trouble from tho same source of late. So far this season but few launch? es have complied with tho state law which requires all craft navigating on the (Erie Canal to take out clear? ances. Collector Williams of the Tonnwaitda collector's office stated this afternoon that nil crafts should be cleared while plying on the slate wntor, and that, should an accident occur to a. launch while on the ca? nal without a clearance,' no damage could be collected. The lock-tendei 1 are not compelled to lock a launch through the canal unless I be ow has clearance papers. "Of lute the yachts have become so numerous on the canal that it is qttlte likely that the state authorities will enforce thi rule of clearance," said a eunal of filial tonight. A petition has been prepared !??? is now being circulated nmong the launch owners In the Tonnwnndas which will bo presented to the Slip erlntendent of public works request? ing the state to place lights at the Tonawanda lock. There is hardly ? night but that a score or more of boats are locked into and out of the canal. Old papers for sale at tho Daily Press office at 10 cents per hundred. SUMMER BOARDERS. WANTED?SUMMER BOARDERS? Address Lock Box 62, Waynesboro, Va.. for terms and Information. > 6-29-8L There is a Reason These classified advertisements pay the people who aro wise enough to place thorn la the DAILY PRE89. This pago la read from top to bottom It la one of tho moat Interoatlng pnrta of the paper, for the simple reason that It shows In a measure tho wants of the peoplo; shows business Invest? ments that yield much to the adver? tiser as well as tho reader. Have you one today? If not you have missed an opportunity to start the foundation of what might be your Buccesa In the business world. ONE CENT A WORD NONE LESS THAN 25c HELP WANTED?MALE. WANTED?EX PERIENCED SA I .BS m?h in Gents' Furnishing, l-Iiii und Shoo Store. Apply 3602 Washing tun Ati*0. ? 7-14-11. WANTED?TWO COPPER SPIN norrt nnil four Coppersmith-); em? ployment control purl of New York State. Address A-l.u K., care Dally Press Office. 7-12-3t MEN AND ROYS WANTED TO learn plumbing, plastering ami brick laying. Special offer life Scholarship $50; easy payments, po? sition gi.nnintcod; free cataloguo. COYNE HROS.. Traile Schools, New York, Chicago, St. Louis .1 ..??,!?_:_i -_-mi WANTED. WANTED?3 OR 4 FURNISHED rooms, complete for housekeeping: state terms. In city or within :it> minutes on car line. Address "T. 8. W." Office. 7-11 21. WANTED -A LAUNCH OR SAIL boat to take a party ot ten on a cruise for one week, beginning August 4, lOOii. Address R, Care ol Dally Press. 7-1221 W A N T E D ? OCCUPANTS FOR rooms with board, also table board? ers wanted. 12!l 32lld Street. 7-8-Gt WANTED?TENANTS WHO WANT to save something to use their rent lu buying the nice home we offer tor $15 monthly. Only $mo down and you gel deed at once. Price reduced $300 for prompt sale; newly painted. Sen us quickly. SlTM MERYTLLB & CO. 7-13-3t I WANTED ? LADIES OF NEWPORT News and vicinity to have their hair dressed like ladles of New York ami other cities. NICHOLAS' II AI It DRESSING PARLOR. 203 27th Street. Sllsby Rullding. New? port Nows, Va. 7-3 It I WANTED?CLEAN COTTON RAGS Apply Dally Press Office. 6-30-tf. WANTED?BUYERS FOR OLD PA pern. 10c per hundred; apply at Dully Press office. WANTED? CLOTHES OF ANY kind or description to be cleaned, pressed, scoured, dyed, altered ov repaired. Work the best. Prices tho lowest; satisfaction guaranteed. The Hub Clean, ft Press. Co.. 211 33rd St. Cltz. 'phone 32S. J. H. WHEELER, Prop. FOR RENT. FOR RENT?A TEN-ROOM HOUSE on West Avenue, at $40 a month. Possession given at once. Address "RENT." this office. 7-l2-4t I FOR RENT-ONE OR TWO UNFUR nlshcd front rooms. Call after C> p. m.. 318 Forty-fourth Street. 7-10-Ot FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR without board; also table boarders. Applv 124 Thirty-fourth Street. 7 S-?t MONEY TO LOAN. "MONEY TO LOAN"?$500 TO $5,000. Yon pny It hack $7.50 per month on eacli $1,000, at 5 per cent. Interest. STEWART ft M1DGETTE, No. 133 2Rtb Street. 7-8-1 wk. MONEY TO ROAN IN SUMS OF $f>0 to $1.000, G per cent. Merchants Mechanics Savings Association. Al? lan D. Jones, Secretary and Attor? ney. First National Ronk Building. 3-7-tf. ~^A^ Baseball Today Shipbuilders vs. Portsmouth. CASINO PARK Game called promptly at 4 p. in. Buckroe Beacn Theatre Where the Breezy Billows Blow. THURSDAY. FR-IDAY AND SATUR? DAY NIGHTS. Miss May Hlllman and a Strong Sup? porting Company in a Splendid Production of THE BELLS Polite vaudeville between the acts. ADMISSION.15 CENTS FOR SALE. WANTED?TO SKI.I.. ONE HUN tired first class cedar imisIh. Ad? dress (i. W. BURCHERi llili Street und Huntington Ave. 7-14-2L FOR SALE?EXCELLENT HOME IN extreme North Bud. Only $1,900? $200 onsh und $20 monthly; no loan on It. Six rooms and bath; sewer; excellent location. SOMMERVILLE & CO. 7-13-31 FOR SALE?ELECTRIC FAN. USED only three months, in excellent con? dition. For information, n|>i>ly 2111! Huntington Avenue. 7-10-3t FOR SALE?EXPOSITION LOTS, near the grounds. $:!U0 to $1,000. STEWART & MIDOETTE, 133 25th Street. Branch office at drug store. Pine Bench. 7-8-6t FOR SALE?LA ROE Sl'/E TALK lug machine us good as new, with :tG ten and twelve-Inch records; only $2:'..r.o. GBO. D. HAMPTON PIANO CO.. 210 Twenty-eighth street. 7-10-1 f. FOR SALE?HOUSE AND LOT, NO. 2t? 23rd Street, between Washing? ton und Huntington avenues, one thousand dollars cash; five hundred Dec. 2litb. Address D. B. LEWIS. Blsltee, Arizona. 7-3-1 in. FOR SALE ? CHIONONS, TOlt sades, Switches, Puffs. Top Curls. Pin Curls. Wigs and Toupees. 1 also nialto switches, etc.. from your own cut hair or combings, or I will buy them. H. O. NICHOLAS. Prop. Nicholas' Hair Dressing. Manicur? ing and Chiropody Parlors, 203 27th Street. Sllsliy Building, Newport News. Vn. 7-a-t f LOTS FOR SALB OR LEASE IN ALL, parts of tho cltv. Call and get prlcea. OLD DOMINION LAND CO.- Hotel Warwick Building. SPECIAL NOTICE. FOR IRON FENCE ? HENDRICKS Goodman Hdw. Co., 2405 .letf. Ave. tf IF YOU WANT A HOME OR Busi? ness locution In any part of tho city or suburbs, wo can supply your wants. Cash or oh ensy terms. We nlso bundle farm property. STEW? ART & . MIDOETTE, 13.1 25th Street. ' 7-7-tf A BUSINESS OBLIGATION?BUY your tiillor-inudu clothes from T. P. KEATTNO, 221 Twenty-fifth Btieet. 6-2-tf. OLD DOMINION RAGOAG? TRANS for: offlco C. ft O. Station. 'Phones: Bell Noa. 401 and 134: Cits.. No. 1?. UNDERTAKERS. W. B. ROUSB. FOR GOOD SBRVICB and flue hacks. 231-231 Twenty-fifth street Thence, 61. J. II. CAFFEB ft SON. ?3RD ST ami Huntington Ave. Both 'phones No. 1: rosldouce. Bell ''>hone. 41. WANTED! WHITE GIRLS to loarn cigar-making NEWPORT NEW BRANCH, 0-23-1 m. 84th. Street ft Vn. Avenue. NOTICE! Slnco the Citizens Railway L'ght and Power Co. has decided lo give up nil electric wiring and supplv business, July l, wo?. I shull undertake n like business for myself My motto will bo tho same as It ltns always be^n, while with the company, to treat every person right regardless of position. I shnll at all times he prepared to take care of your needs In the electrical line. 1 shall bo temporarily located In the eompny's basement. Thirty-first street, and Washington avenue, until August. 1, lftofi. then I will be in my permanent offlco and store 2017 Wash? ington avenuo. All work will bo appre? ciated if ever so smnll nnd I promise the very best material and workman? ship that can he had. T. G. COBURN, (Formerly Chief Electrician C. R. L. ft P. Co.) Office Bell Phone 148. Residence Bell Phone 148-Y. 7-1-tf A TRUE SAYING "Never put off until tomorrow, that which you can no today." Do not neglect your eyes. Have tliem examined and find out the cause. It costs you nothing. Con? sult ,, ? -i Dr. Samuel Scientific examination free, 2 to 5>: m. With Dr. R. J. Hunter, Cor. Wash? ington Avenue and 23th Street, Up r.tair?. An Old Proverb Is "There is never a debt paid so high as wet weather pays for dry," except when you consider that, . KELLUM SURE CURE FOR INDIGESTION has paid, Is paying, and will pay you ? in 'Molly Qood Health" many times its cost. So If you suffer with nerv? ousness, heart-burn, sour stomach, nausea, blues und other symptoms of indigestion, the great destroyer of health and happiness and at the same time make u paying investment, get a bottle of this wondeifill preparation; by wulting longer you necessitate more medicine and longer to find a complete cure, which we guarantee. SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE. ALL DRUG STORES TRUSTEES' SALE. TRUSTEE'S SALE OP VALUABLE IMPROVED PROP? ERTY IN ELIZABETH CITY COUNTY. Default having occurred under a deed of trust dated April lltb, 1901. of record in the Clerk's Oftice of the County or Elizabeth City. Virginia, in deed of trust book No. 20, page 546, executed by Wolf Levy and wife, to T. J. Christian, Sr., trustee, nt the request of the party secured, the uu derslgned T. J. Christian. Jr., sub? stituted trustee, appointed by the Court of the County of Elizabeth City, will offer for sale. In front of the Court House In Hampton, at 11 o'clock n. m., on MONDAY, JULY 16, 1906, the following property: AH that certain trnct of land con? taining about five acres, more or less, located in Wythe District, Elizabeth City County, Virginia, commonly" call? ed "Buzzard Roost." and bounded on tho west by the main county road, on the east and south by the Howard land, of which the land hereby con? veyed was formerly a part, and on the, north by tho Davis land, being the snme land conveyed unto the said H. C. Alexander, one of the parties of the first part, by deed of J. C. Heath and wife, dated April 6, 1898, and duly recorded in the Clerk's Of? fice of the County Court of Elizabeth City County, Virginia, together with the Improvements, etc. TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay the Indebtedness secured and unpaid, due A. Rosenhaum, and the expenses of executing the trust, etc.. terms to be compiled with within five days or premises Will be resold nt risk of de? faulting purchaser'. T. J. CHRISTIAN, JR., 7-1-to 7-1(5 Substituted Trustee. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, SIT? UATE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF AND KNOWN AS NO. 332 FORTY FIFTH STREET, NEWPORT NEWS, VA. Pursuant to the provisions of a cer? tain deed of trust dated June 15th. 1 !n?0, recorded In the Clerk's Office of the Corporal ion Court of the City of Newport News. Va.. in Heed Book No. 17, page 172, tho said deed being exe? cuted by John Cameron Ilehditch to Benjamin C. Wherry and Constantino H. Williamson, Trustees, under tho terms or which deed of trust either of the Trustees tuny net, default, having been made In the paymentW'fcb^leBc.' therein .secured, and at the riquefft of the beneficiary named in the said deed, 1 will offer for sale on the prem? ises on TUESDAY, JULY 17th, 1906, at 12:15 O'CLOCK P. M? All that certain lot. piece or parcel of ground, with tho improvements therV 6h, situate and being in the City of Newport News, Virginia*, known and designated by the Lot Number Forty four (44), In Block Number Four Hun? dred and Twenty-one (421), on a cer? tain map entitled, "Map of part of the City of Newport News, Virginia," which said map is duly recorded in the Clerk's Office of the Corporation Court of the City of Newport News, Va., In Plat Book No. 1. page 3. TERMS: Cash as to the sum of $1.251.89, and unpaid taxes, insurance, costs of sale; and as to balnnce, to be announced on day of sale. BENJAMIN C. WHERRY, , Trustee, i For further information apply to BARRETT & WEST. Newport News, Va. ' 7-22.214.171.124.17 Old pnpers for sale at the Dally Press office at 10 centB per hundred.