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ON BASEBALL DIAMOND!
Brooklyn Captures a Double Head?
er From Boston.
GIANTS DEFEAT PHILADELPHIA!
Plttsburg Shut Out by the New
. Champions ? Chicago Americans
Celebrate Their Return Home by
Winning From Cleveland Players.
;i * (By Associated Press.)
Ui HOW THE CLUBS 8TAND.
? - Won. Lost. P.C.
Chicago .111! 30 .703 I
'New York .06 56 .03(1 |
Flushing . t;o .006
Philadelphia . 71 *2 .4031
Ilrooklyn . 0? Uli ,*i4
Cincinnati . til Sii .45
SI. Umls. 52 US .317
llosloii . 48 102 .:!2tl I
Brooklyn, 3-2; Boston, 2-1.
' ROSTON. MASS., Oct. I.?A double-1
header brought the local*" National |
League season to n close today,
Ilrooklyn taking both games, 3 to 21
and 2 to 1, respectively.
First' Game?Score : R. II. R
'ilrooklyn .(I I 0 () I 1 0 0 0?3 X 11
Hosti,ii .0 1 I U U (I 0 0 0?2 11 4 I
Butteries: Stridden and Ritter;
Llndnmnn and Brown. Time, 2i00. |
U mpire, Con way. .
' Second ciauie?Scorei R. 11. F.
Brooklyn .110 0 2 0?2 5
Boston .ooo l 0?i :i
' 'Battorlos: ISiisou and Rlttor;
Young and Brown. Time, nil mittutos.
Chicago, 4; Plttsburg, 0.
P1TTSHURO, PA., Oct. I.?The
champion Chicago team shut out the
Plttsburgs today, 4 to 0.
Score: R. II. 15.
Plttsburg _0 00 0 00 00 0?0 7 3
Chicago .0 0 0 1 I 0 (I (I 2?I S 0
Rtitterios: Lleflold, Pholps und
Pultz; Pfolster, Kling and Mornii.
Time, 1:35. Umpire, O'D?y.
New York, 7; Philadelphia, 6.
N?W YORK. Oct. 4.?The New
Yorks defeated Philadelphia today,
to 6, mainly -owing to Strunge's bat
ling. Ho made a home run ami three
Score; II. Hi 19;
Philadelphia ..003030000?0 10 0
New York .. .(! II 0 0 tl 10 0 *?7 10 3
Batteries: Sparks and Dootn; Mat
thcwson and Sinllh. Time, 1:15. Um?
pires, Klein and Carpenter.
HOW THE CLUBS STAND.
Won. I/)sL P.C.
Chlcugo . 02 5li .021
Now York ..*. SS 01 .501
Cleveland . 87 03 .580
?tlllcttca . 7S ?7
St. Louis. 74 72
Detroit . 70 77
'Washington . .15 95
Ruston . 49 103
hlcago, 3; Cleveland, 1.
CHICAGO, Oct. 4?Chicago. the
HOW Champions or the American
Leugne, celebrated their return home
today by winning. 3 to 1, In the open?
ing game of Iho Dual series with
Score: It. II. Ii
Chicago .0 0 0 00 1 2 0 *?3 4 2
Cleveland _II 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0?1 4 0
Batteries: Fehle ami llot.lt; .loss
and Bom Is. Time. 1:15. Umpires,
O'Lnughllu ami Sheridan.
Champions to Meet.
CHICAGO, Oct. I.?The flrsl game
of the series between the Chicago Na?
tional League Bnsobull Club and the
Chicago American League Club lor
the championship of Urn world will he
played Tuesday. October 9', on tin
grounds of. the National League Club
In this city,
FOUNTAINBLUE A WINNER.
Brady's Horse, With Shaw Up, Cap?
tures Triumph Stakes.
NEW YORK, Oct. 4.?.lames IS.
Brady's Fouiitaiiiblue, with Shaw In
the saddle an<| hacked down from 3
to 1 und II to 5, won the Triumph
Stakes, one mile, for two year olds, in
Brighton Bench today. Montgomery
was second, with Prince I lampion
third. The time wns 1:40 2-1. DIniiu
Keen, the 8 to 5 favorite, wns never
Jockey Falls and is Run Over.
LUUlSxiLLH. KY., Oct. 4.?-Jockey
11. Miller, who had the mount on Dies
den, in the second nice, fell today and
several horses ran over him. Ills skull
was crushed und he bit his tongue in
half. He is hi a local hospital in n
dangerous condition. Churllo Bust
man defeated Martha Qormnu in the
MENACES THE NATION
(Continued from pngo 1.)
that Is employed in the great corpor?
ations does thus go In.
Care Should be Used.
The national legislators should
inosl scrupulously avoid tiny demago?
gic legislation about the business use
of this wealth, and should realize
(lint it. would he belter to have no leg?
islation at till than legislation couch?
ed either in u vindictive spirit of hat
i red toward men of wealth or else
drawn with the recklessness of im?
During tili" last few years the Na?
tional Government has taken very
long strides In the direction of exor?
cising and Securing this adequate con?
trol over tho great corporations, und
Ii wns under the leadership of one or
the most honored public men in our
country, one of Pennsylvania's most
eminent sons?the present senator,
and then Attorney-General. Knox?
Hint the new departure was begun.
Fvonts have moved fast during the
last live yours, and It is curious to
look back at tho extreme bitterness
"About a year ago," writes Mrs. Mattie Allen, of
1123 Broadway, Augusta, Ga., Ml suffered with
blind, sick headaches and backaches, and could get
no relief until 1 tried
I immediately commenced to improve, and
now 1 feel like a new woman, and wish to
recommend it to all sick women, for I
WRITE know it will cure them, as it did me."
Us Cardui is pure, medicinal extract of
FREELY vegetable herbs, which relieves
and fr*nidy, describing female pains, regulates female
your symptoms, we win ^ functions, tones up theorgans
5S?ee Se^pwnleMed to a proper state of health.
?nvelope). Don't hesitate, but Try for your trouble.
Every druggist sells it
write today. ? Address: Ladles' Ad?
visory Dept., The Chattanooga Medi?
cine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
in $1.00 bottles.
HAND PAINTED CHINA
IN its varied artistic colors, designs
and decoratioiu?, makes weddiug
gifts, which are highly prized and
always appropriate. We have a full
display of this beautiful art work
and would be glad to have you call
and see it. v .*. v .-. v
J. J. PALMER'S SONS,
2606 Washington Avenue.
KSTA UMSIIKl) 18W I
228-230 28th St.
wlildi not merely the spokesmen and
representatives ot organized wealth,
lint many most excellent conserva?
tive people then felt as to the action
or Mr. Knox and of the administra?
Financiers Predicted a Panic.
Many of the greatest financiers of
this country were certain that Mr.
Knox's Northern Securities suit. It
?won, would plunge us into tlio worat
panic we hud ever seen. They de
nouueed as incitement to anarchy, as
an apology for socialism, the advoca?
cy of policies lhal either have now
become law or are in fair way of be?
coming law; and yei these same pol?
icies, so far from representing either
anarchy or socialism, were In reality
the antidotes to anarchy, the; anti?
dotes to socialism.
The Government ought not to eou
duet the business of the eountfy; hut
it ought to regulate it so that It shall
bo conducted In the interest of the
Perhaps (hi? host justification of the
course which in the national govern?
ment we have been pursuing in the
lust few yours, und which we Intend
steadily und progressively to pursue
in the future, is that, it is condemned
with almost equnl rancor alike by (he
reactionaries?I ho bourbons?on one
Bide, and by the wild apostles of un?
rest on the other.
Wo have actually accomplished
much, lint we have not accomplished
nil, nor anything like an, that wo feel
must he accomplished. ? We shall not
halt; wo shall steadily follow the path
we have marked out, executing the
laws we have .succeeded In put ling up?
on the statute hooks with absolute
impartiality as between man and man,
und unresting in our endeavor to
strengthen and supplement these by
further laws which shall enable us In
more efficient and mum summary
fashion to achieve the ends we have
During the last few years Congress
has had to deal with such vitally im?
portant questions us providing tor the
building of the Panama canal, inaug?
urating the vast system of national
Irrigation in the Slates of the great
plains and the Kocky mountains, pro?
viding for a Pacific cable, and so
forth. Yet in addition to these tasks,
some of which are of stupendous im?
portance, congress bus taken giant
birhles along the path of govern?
ment regulation and control of corpor?
ations; the interstnte-conimeree law
has been made effective in radical
und far-reaching fashion, rebates have
boon slopped, a pure-food law has
been passed, proper supervision of the
meat-packing business provided, and
tue bureau of corporations establish?
ed?a bureau which has already done
great good, and which can and should
bo given a constantly increasing func?
praises the Departments.
Tho work of legislation has been no
more Important than the work done,
by tho department of justice In exe?
cuting the laws, not only against cor?
porations aud Individuals who have
broken the anti-trust or intorstato
commerce luw, but against those wno
have boon engaged In land frauds.
ucorcs of suits, civil and criminal,
have been successfully undertaken
against offenders of all kinds?mauy
of them against the most formidable
and wealthy combinations in tne
laud; In somo the combinations have
been dissolved, in some heavy flues
have been imposed, in several eases
tho chief ollenders have been Impris?
It behooves us Americans to Iook
ahead and plan out the right kind of
a civilization, as that which we in?
tend to develop from these wonderful
now conditions of vast industrial
growth. It must not be, it shall not
be, the clvllizutlon of a mere pluto?
cracy, a banking-house, Wall-street
syndicate civilization; nor yet can
there be submission to class hatred,
to rancor, brutality, and mob violence,
for that would mean the end of all
Increased powers are susceptible of
abuse as well as use; never before
have the opportunities for selfishness
been so great, nor the results of sel?
fishness so appalling; for in commu?
nities where everything is organize:!
on a merely selfish commercial basis,
such selfishness. If unchecked, may
transform the great forces of the new
epoch into powers of destruction hith?
Greed Should be Checked.
We need to check the forces or
greed, to Insure just treatment alike
of capital and of labor, and or tho
general public, to prevent any man,
UMB?RGER DIET FATAL
One Man Dies From Eating Two
Pounds of the Cheese.
ANOTHER COMPETITOR IN BAD WAY
Third Person Who Tried to Win the
Prize Ig III?Doctors Operate Upon
One of the Men, But Without Suc?
(By Associated Press.)
LIREitTYVILLE, ILL.. Oct. 4.?A
llmburgor cheese contest has resulted
in the death of one man, another is
dying and a third is ill.
11 was the result oT a wager as to
who could eat the mod llniburger
cheese. Frank Miller Is the dead one,
mid his two competitors in the coo?
lest may not recover.
Miller, who was about 21 yenr.
old. nio about two pounds of the aro?
matic product. He was taken ill
and apparently had nil the symp?
toms of appendicitis. Drs. Nye and
Fogors, of Woodstock, decided to
operate. The operation failed to re?
lieve mm. . jijja,
Fred Junten, another of the trio,
is in a critical condition, ami for n
time his life was despaired of. '
Jake Ilruyfleld the third of the
cheese-eaters, has a small chance of
rich or poor, from doing or receiving'
wrong, whether this wrong he one of
cunning or of violence. Much can hi'
done by wise legislation and by reso
lute enforcement of the law. Hut still
more must bo done by steady train?
ing of the individual citizen, in con?
science and character, until he grows
to abhor corruption ami greed and
tyranny ami brutality and to prize
justice and fair dealing.
The men who are to do the work
of the new epoch must" be trained so
as to have a sturdy self-respect, n
power of sturdy insistence on their
own rights, and with il proud and gen?
erous recognition of their duties; a
sense of honorable obligation to their
fellows, which will hind them, as by
bands of steel, to refrain in their daily
work at home or in their business
from doing aught to any man which
can not be blazoned under the noon?
Bishop Darlington, of Murrlsburg,
lilvoked the divine benediction, bring?
ing the exercises to a close.
Retired Featherweight of World.
Champion of New ICngland.
The Couniy Chairman
By George Ade.
Author of "The College/Widow."
A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION.
Patrons of the Newport News Light
and Water Co. are hereby reminded
that water bills must be paid by the
10th lust. All delinquents on the 11th
Inst. will have their supply cut off
pursuant to notice given all consum?
ers. NEWPORT NEWS LIGHT &
WATER COMPANY, by L. B. MAN
VILLH, SupL 10-2-91
Apply to E. Morgan
A meeting of tho stockholders of the
Kellum Medicine Co., inc., will be held
in tho offices of the company, New?
port News, Va., on the 15th day of
October, 1900, at 2 p. m.
J. C. HERDITCH,
Stockholder Holding one-tenth of Cap?
ital Stock. 9-28-14t
JEWELERS AND EYE
68 Oranby Street, Norfolk, Va.
W. E. ROUSE. FOR GOOD SERVICE I
and fine hacks, 234-230 Twenty-fifth f
street. 'Phones, 51.
Cbere *** Reason
Why these classified advertise?
ments pay the people who are wlss
enough to place them In THE DAILY
PRESS. This page Is read from top
to bottom. It Is one of the moat
Interesting parts of the paper, for
the simple reason that It shows In a
measure the wants of the, people;
shows business investments that yield
much to the advertiser as well as the
reader. Have you one today? If not
you have missed an opportunity to
start the foundation of what might
be your success In the business
(One Cent a Work.
31 o ft c Xcss 3Kh.au <T:u c u f y- Ti is c Cent a.
WANTED ? SHIP CARPENTERS
and joiners; good experienced men;
(non-union) for out of town; steady
work; $3.50 per; day; (8 hours)
board, lodging and transportation.
Apply today, 8 to J2 a. in. to Mit;
TR1PP. Atlantic Hotel. Norfolk. It
WANTED?XQUNQ .MAN ABOUT 21
yea is old, for general office work.
Strictly first class references re
| quired. Apply, stating age. previous
experience and references. BOOK?
KEEPER, care Dally Press. 10-5-3t
WANTED?WE HAVE A BRAND
now household invention. First live
agent to start will be given control.
It's an unusually good sedier. Don't
wall. WOOLVEREEN CO., Pitts
burg. Pa. 10-5-31
WANTED?BOARDERS AND LODG
era. 218 Thirtieth street. 10-5-0t
W A N T ED?TWO S EAMST It ESSES,
at tailor shop. Apply at once to
Press office. 10-4-3t
WANTED?THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
I am aguln in the auction business,
and being the only licensed auction?
eer In the city, 1 am now In a posi?
tion to do all kinds of auctioneering.
Your patronage solicited. Terms
moderate. W. J. PURYFAR, Auc?
tioneer. Office 2509 Huntington
WANTED?POSITION BY EX PERI
enced young man in grocery store.
Strong, willing, not afraid of hard
work. Address "WILLING." care
this office. 10-2-Gt
WANTED?THOSE LOOKING FOR
bargains In real estate, such ns city
or suburban property; also farm
lands, see STEWART & MIDG
ETTE, No. 133 Twenty-fifth street.
WANTED?TWO YOUNG MI5N TO
occupy largo front room, with board,
at 3114 West avenue. 9-29-tf
WANTED ? CLOTHES OF ANY
kind or description to be cleaned,
pressed, scoured, dyed, altered or
repaired. Work the best. Prices
the lowest; satisfaction guaranteed.
THE HUB CLEANING & PRESS?
ING CO.. 211 33rd St. Citz. 'Phone,
328. J. H. WHEELER, Prop.
ACTIVE MAN WANTED TO ADVF.R
tise, exhibit goods and manage
branch of large Mall Order House.
Salary $18 per week; expenses paid.
Permanent position with advance?
ment. Honosty more essential than
experience. NATIONAL CO.. 720
Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Jlrlglit young tiuslnciui college graduates ai .? In (Trent
fleninnit. Some of tho 20,000 employers we serve nro
calling on us dally formen uit'tiut salaries of $sui
$rjuo with iplendfd prospects for advancement. Alna
openings for high Krailo Office Managers, Atidltorri
mi'l Accountant) at ?'.?OO-S-ISOU onU for men IiuvIiik
money to InveHtwith llielrsorvlees. Office*In UeltlM
? as Uhlan stating iKwItlon desire (I.
IiAPOOO?S (Inc.) Brain Brokers.
1212 Coaannealta Tru:t Bldg., Philadelphia
FOR SALE?HOUSE AND SIX LOTS
at auction, front our office, Satur?
day, Cth lust., (latiehing day), 12:30
o'clock. Ixicated at RlVervlew, fac?
ing nice shell mad and Franklin
street. Six room dwelling, neatly
papered, excellent water, good
fruit and many other attractions;
fine for poultry, etc. . See posters.
Will sell very cheap. Let us show
It today. SOMMERVILLE TRUST i
CO., INC., First National Bank!
building. Mr. W. N. Mills lives in
It and will welcome visitors. |
A Young Lac
Who wishes steady employme
easy work, earning $0.00 to $10
today. Learners paid while un
34th St. and Virginia Avenue
FOR SALE?BU?OY AND TWO
Bets af liarno88; slightly used. Ap?
ply to Prank Smith, 815 Twenty-sev
onth street. 10-3-lw
FOR SALE?25 YOUNG PIGS, JUST
weaned; also six brood sows, one
true blooded Berkshire boer. For
full particulars apply to L. B. MAN
V1LLE. Old Dominion Land com?
pany's office. 9-30-tf
FOR SALE?ONE DUMP CART, 3
Inch tire, suitable for wood and
coal use. Good as now. Price $28.
MILLER & GLEASON, 28th Street.
FOR SALE?JUST RECEIVED, THE
new issue or Edison Gold Moulded
Records for October. Call early for
your selections and ask for Nos.
0360, '.lIKKi and 9309. THE GEO. D.
HAMPTON PIANO CO., 210 Twen?
ty-eighth street. 9-29-tf
FOR KENT?TWO UNFURNISHED
rooms. Apply 119 Forty-fourth
FOR HUNT?NINE-ROOM HOUSE,
furnished, between Washington and
West avenues. Apply to 133 Twen?
ty-seventh street. 10-3-lw
LOTS FOR SALE OR LEASE IN ALL
parts of the city. Call and get
prices. OLD DOMINION LAND
CO.. Hotel Warwick hluldlng.
FOR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED
front room, on third floor, southern
exposure, heated. 127 Thirty-first
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND?UMBRELLA AT ACADEMY
of Music last night. Owner may re?
cover same by identifying it at Ho?
tel Pocahontus. It
LOST?LADIES' GOLD CLOSED
case watch, with monogram, "I. M.
P." on front of case, on West ave?
nue between Twenty-sixth and
Thirty-first streets. Suitable re?
ward it returned to Daily Press of?
FOR NEAT DRESS MAKING CALL
at 712 Twenty-seventh street. In?
dies' tnilored suits a specialty. MISS
W. PRICE. 10-2-Ct
DESIRE TO IMPART TO THE PUB
llce that we have removed to south*,
east corner of Washington avenue
and Thirty-fifth street. UNION
LIQUOR SUPPLY CO.. DAVID LEF
KOWITCH, Proprietor. 9-20-lm
CANARY BIRDS?FINE SINGING
Hartz Mountain; just arrived from
Germany. Chinese and Japanese
Goldfish, globes, cages and fresh
seed of all kinds, natural fish food
etc. G. ALBERT LENZ, 2502 Jef?
ferson avenue, next to Jefferson
BLUE PRINTING AND TRACING
Guy P. Murray, 829 28th St., City.
LADIES?BE UP TO DATE AND PA
tronize the only up-to-date Hair
Dressing, Shampooing and Masng
ing Parlor, where none but best
artists are employed. Don't forget
the place. NICHOLAS' Hair Dress?
ing Parlor, 203 Twenty-seventh St.,
MONEY TO LOAN.
I MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS OF $50
to $1,000, per cent. Merchants-Me?
chanics Savings Annotation, Allan
D. Jones, Secretary and Attorney.
First National Bank Building.
fy or Girl,
nt, with pleasant surroundings,
.00 weekly, can do so by applying