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TO THE VIRGINIA CAPES EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK! On the Palatial Steel Steamer "MONTAUK" %? ROUND TRIP, 50 Cents Those nights are incomparable! There is a flood of moonlight, the air is balmy; in fact, all nature soems to be in tune. Hampton Roads, with the warships and various other crafts, the illuminated Exposition, and the Tidewater cities with their myriads of lights, make a panorama of unsurpassing beauty. The "Montauk" is a large, new steel steamer. In modern equipment and luxurious appointment, site Is without a rival in these waters. SEE HER! THERE WILL BE SPECIAL MUSIC! Steamer Leaves ^3;?'"-^M Steamer Queen Anne _ Old Point, - - - - 8 P.M. .,.?,,. Leaving Pino Bonch nt (1:45 n. in.; BxnpHlllon Pier nt 7:no u. in.; oonucctu with tin. mon Mtmmtuinmwmmwmmmammmmmwmmmmm 'J'auk -m um point The "Montauk" Excursions to Historic Yorktown Are Becoming More and More Popular Every Sunday. World t VIRGINIA LEAGUE Results Yesterday. Roanoke. 4; Richmond 7. Lynchburg 2; Norfolk 1. Ul in? nings). Portsmouth 0; Danville 1. Standing of the Clubs. yv. i.. pc Portsmouth .27 23 .5101 nanvlllo .20 24 ?2,0 Roanoko .2;: 24 ."SO Norfolk .22 2:! .480 Lynehbiirg .21! 2:( .500 Richmond .20 24 .455 Today's Games. Richmond at Roanblto. Norfolk at Lynchlnrg. Danville at Portsmouth. NATIONAL LEAGUE Results Yesterday. Pittsburg 2; Cincinnati 4. Seeon?! game?Pittsburg 5; Cincinnati <>. Brooklyn 11; Philadelphia 5. Sec ond game?Brooklyn 2; Philadelphia 8. New York 0; Boston 5. Chicago-St. Louis postponed, rain. Standing of the Clubs. ' " w, L. pc Chicago .Ifi 12 .7S0 New York .-..\.34 21 .?18 Philadelphia .33 24 .579 Pittsburg .30 25 .545 Boston ....21 32 .420 Cincinnati .20 34 .433 Brooklyn .23 30 .390 St. Louis .15 Iti .210 Games Today. Boston at New Voik. Philadelphia ni Brooklyn Cinoinnatl at Pittsb?rg. Brooklyn and Pbilas Divided Honors. BROOKLYN. N. V.. Juno 2r, Brooklyn and Philadelphia divided today's double header, hut not until the locals had made it lour straight from the visitors. )f Sport ] I First, game: Score: Tt. II. B. Philadelphia 0 n o 1 0 0 2 2 0?- 5 8 u Brooklyn ... U 1 1 3 0 G 0 0 x?11 IS Bat torlos: Pltt.iugor, Dtigglcby and Jaeklltsch; Boli and Kilter. Tim. 1:50. Umpires, Knislie and lliglcr. Second game: Scorn: R. H. I? Philadelphia 2021 3 00 0 0?S 10 : Brooklyn _0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0?2 X I Batteries: Sparks and Uooinj lien ly, Scanlon and Bergen. Time, i:47.'l Umpires, Bigler ntld lCmslie. Red Legs Won Two. PITTSBURO, June 25.?The Cinci nnttlnilS won both games of a dou? ble .header from Pittsburg today by boltor bitting. In lie- first game llioy were never bonded and in the second heavy batting characterize their work. Score: B. II. 13. First game: Pittsburg ....0 00 0 010.01?2 I 2 Cincinnati .. .0 0 1 011010-?A 12 1 Batteries: Willis. Camnitz and (llbson; Hall and Schlei. Time, 2:05. Umpires, Carpenter und J?hnstono. Sccortd game: Seine: R. II. 10. Pltusburg.10 0 3 0 01?5 5 !? Cincinnati .0 0021 0 0?0 10 1 Batteries: Phillip), Lever and Piiclps; Smith, Mason and Schirl. Time. 1:15. Umpires, Carpenter and johnstone. Boston Shut Out Giants. NEW YORK, .little 25.?Boston shut out New York at the Polo grounds today. The locals were unable to hit Lindamnn to advantage. Score: R. H. R Boston .100 00 20 2 0?5 11 1 New York _00000000 6?0 7 1 Batterie;;: Liudnuian anil Need ham; McGjinnity and Bowerinau. Time, 1:52. Umpire, Klein. AMERICAN LEAGUE Results Yesterday. Philadelphia :;; Washington 1. Sec? ond game?Philadelphia Washing? ton 2. Chicago 0; Cleveland I. ((called DELIGHTFUL DAYLIGHT TRIPS ON CHESAPEAKE BAY TO $2.00 One Way^ $3.50 Round Trip OLD BAY LI NE: CH ESA PEA K E LINE: From foot of Main St. From foot of Jackson Street. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays. Mondays, Wednesdays. Fridays. Leave Norfolk, 7:30 a. m. Leave Old Point, S:30 a m.. Arrive Baltimore, 7:30 p. m. , For particulars, npply to, J. N. SMITH, Union Ticket Agent, Hotel Chamberltn, Old Point, Va. at end Bovcnlh-, darkness). St. Louis 1; Detrotl 2. Second game?St. Louis i; Detroit 2. Boston 2; New York 3. Standing of the Clubs. . W. 1/. PC. Chicago .?30 2n ,643 Cleveland .::r. 22 .r.21 Detroit .30 211 .666 Philadelphia .31 2 1 .584 Now York .2C 28 .483 St. Louis .20 33 .111 lloston .19 2S" .333 Washington . 17 36 .321 Games Today. Now York at Boston. Chicago at St. Ixnil?;. Washington at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Detroit. Sox Retain Top Place. CHICAGO, ILLS.. June 25.?Chica? go defeated Cleveland today and re? tained lim leugne leadership.. Score: It, II. 10 Chicago .1 2 2 n l n?it ;i 1 Cleveland .I 0 0 01 2 0?1 7 2 Datterlcs: White, Walsh and Mc Fnrland; Tthoaden, Borger and Clark. Time. 1:.r,r,. Umpires, Connolly and O'Louglilan. Washington Dumped Again. PHILADELPHIA. PA.. June 25, Philadelphia took another, double header from Washington today. Op? portun,? hitting won Loth contests First pntno: Sebro: R. IL E. Washington . .0 0 ft ft n 1 n n n?1 r, 3 Philadelphia 0 0 0.0 0 0 0,2 lr-3 7 I Batteries: Hughes and Ileydon, Waddell, Coombs and Shreck. Time. 2 hours. Umpires, Hurst ami Staf? ford. Second game: Washington ..nn0000020?2 r> r> Philadelphia 2 ion 000 Ox?:i s :: Batteries: Smith and "Warner: Header and Schreck. Time. 1:40. Umpires, Stafford and Hurst, Detroit Beaten Twice hv St Louis. ST. LOUIS. MO., June st. Louis look both gtunes from notroll Ibis afternoon by the same score, 1 to 2. First same: Score; TL H. E St. l^onis .10 20 noi fix?1 in n Detroit .n ft 0 n n n t 1 ft? G :i Batteries: Unwell and Stevens: Mithin and Schmidt. Time. Ml. I'm iVre, Evans. Second game: Score: R, II Tv St. L'Mtis _ft 2 0 0 01 in x?I <; I Detroit .00 00 0001 1?2 7 a Balterles: Clad" am! O'Connor: Seiyer and Schmidt. Time. I:2r>. Umpire, Evans. Pilgrims Defeated Again. BOSTON. MASS.. June 25.?New York won from the homo team again today. Ilm final score standing :: to 2. In I he ninth New York filled bases when none was out. Two men were forced at Mio plate, but the tli'rd scored. The third forced player end? ed the contest. I Score; R H K New York ... ft 0 2 ft ft ft 1 ft 0?:t 9 ? Boston .ft 0 n ft n 1 a 0 I- 2 s p Batteries: Hogg and It Icker: Prii: lit. Tannehlll and Crlge'r. Time. 1:58. Ump|re, Sheridan. Southern League Atlanta ft; Nashville 6. Little Rock 7; Memphis , 5. Rhrovopbrl ?: New Orleans 1. Birmingham?First game. Birming? ham 2: Montgomery 4. Second game ?Birmingham (*,; Montgomery ft. Baltimore Steam Packet Go. (OLD BAY LINL;. Offers to Exposition Visitors a Delightful Daylight Trip to Baltimore, Hd. Leaving Norfolk nt 7:30 a. in., Ohl Point nt 8:30 o. in. TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and. SATURDAYS of each wook. Bffcctlvo May 23rd. , , , Fare One Way, $2.00. Round Trip, $3.50 GOOD ONLY ON DAY BOATS. For further Information and Hekeln, apply to L N. BM1TH; Un? ion Ticket Office, or J. B. KIMBHRLY, Ticket Agent. Hotel Chain berlln, Old Point, Vd. ? General Lee BETWEEN NEWPORT NEWS i THE EXPOSITION. Schedule in Effect June 1, J907\ Leave Newport News, Pier J\: C.30 a. in. 8:30 a. ni. 10::so a. m. 12:00 in. 2:00 p. m. 4:00 i>. in. 6:00 p. m. 8:00 p. in. 10:00 p. in. Leave Plne\ Beach Pier: 7:30 a. m. 9:30 a. m. 11:15 a. m. 1:00 p. in. 3:00 p. m. 5:00 p. in. 7:00 p. in. 9:00 p. ni. 11:00 p. in. Schedule Sub'iect to Change] Without Notice. B. F. McHorney General Manager. M?S I MINERS IRIS HC ?>tcani8hip Lines. Paaaengor ? Freight. Newport Newa to Baltimore. Kvoiy Men., Thun., Kil, Hatband Sun. tp. la Far* 93.00 One Way, $5.00 RomiK Trip, Including Stateroom Berth. Ticbata to All 1'nlnta. Norfolk to Boston. Every Mini. Tuen. Wed. sml Kil. 6 r m. Norfolk to Provldonca, Rvory Mini., Tliurs. snil Hal. C p, m i"ot tickete ami further Information, apply to 1). B. MuNHII.L. A fun Illx ftJ tor nnnnumt rtirrlitmM.lnrlftiiiniAlii.iii. Iriilalii.ii* or nlc*r?l(oni of miioiiu? rnfinnr*n?j ? r?lnlr?. ?ml net ??lrlli 11H!tV??SCHlMI??tno. crt or polnonoiin. 1 Sold ? r 5irt?jcUtu, ' or inr.t In vlaln wiAryr i, ?> ,n*i, ?repaid, <??? St.0? nr"*r.ottlmil T? Otrioisr m\ The Splendid New Steamers QUEEN ANNE and MONTAUK -to EXPOSITION GROUNDS & PINE BEACH from OLD POINT Leave Old Point for Pine Beach: 9:00"a. in. 4:30 p. m. 10:30 a. m, 0:00 p. m. 12:00 ni. 7:30 p. m. 1:30 p. m. 9:00 p. in. 3:00 p. m. Leave Pino Beach for Old Point: 9:45 a. m. 3:45 p. ui. 11:15 a. m. 6:15 p. m. 12:45 p. m. 6:45 p. m. 2:15 p. m. 8:15 p. m. 10:00 p. m. FARE: 20c EACH WAY. Schedule subject to change without | notice. Chesapeake & Ohio Railway HOURS THE QUICKEST LINE Boo K. W. Robinson, Agent G. ft O. Ry. Before arranging for your trip. Through TrsluB, Vestib?len, Klsctilo Llgbloil, Steam Heated, Dining Cms n La Carte through the Knuuiest scenery East of the Kocky Mountains. For Richmond, Cincinnati, Indlansp die, Nashville, Chicago, Louis? ville, Naahvllle, Memphis, West and 8outhwe?t. 10:10 A. M. nud 5:26 P. M. dally. Local for Richmond and Jamea River Polnta: 7:40 A. M., dally. Local for Richmond? 1:40 r. 11., dally. Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co. The new and powerful Iron Palaoa stenmora, Nowport News, Washington and Norfolk will leave dally. ?? ?oI? Iowa: V NORTHBOUND. -\.? Leave Portsmouth, foot of North et root . C:M??| Loavo Norfolk, foot of ,Wa tor atroat . I:H)B Lear* Old Point Comfort 7:00 pm Arrive In Washington .TiHta Arrlv? In Philadelphia, Penn. R. R.??1?:IS?M Arrive In Philadelphia, B. ft O. R. R.?*ll:I9aaa Arrlvo In New York, Penn. R. R. 1:19? a Arrive In New York, B. ft O. R. R.?3:00?? BO THBOUND. Lv. New York, Penn. R. R? 12:69 pm I.v. Now York, B. & O. R. R. ?1:00 ptffl I.v. I'hlludolphln, Ponn. R. R. 2:6? pen Lv. Phlln., B. ft O. R. R.... 2:08pm Ar. Washington, penn. R. R. 6:10pm Ar. Wash., B ft O. R. R..**l>:00pm Lv. Washington .*S:80pra Ar. Old Point Comfort.... ?7:00am Ar. Norfolk . ?8:00am Ar. Portsmouth.*8:80am ?Dally. ??Daily except Sunday. The trip down the historic Potomaa River and Chesapeake Bay on the ologant steamers of this company 18 unsurpassed. The steamera are com pnratlvely now, having been built in 1891, and ar? fitted us In the most luxuriant manner, with elactrlo lights, call sells aud steam beat In each room. The tables are supplier" with every delicacy of tho aeasou from the markets of Watthlngton and Nor* folk. For tickets, reservation ol staterooms, and further Information? apply to D. J. CJJJLAHAN, Agent, Norfolk, Va. Clyde Steamship Co. Steamers to Philadelphia MO NO AY, THUR8DAY, and \ SATURDAY. Sailing from Philadelphia, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Freight recolved and delivered dally, at C. ft O. Plor No. 6. Office, Rtv*>r Road. JAS. W. McCARRICK* flan, goutbarn Agt CLYDR STEAMSHIP CO.. 18 gouth ?alawar? Avenue, Phlladel phis. Pa. GLASGOW and LONDONDERRY BAILING FROM NF.W YOUR KVKRY SATURDAY. Now Twin flerow Slunmihlps "CALEDONIA." and "COLUMBIA." Avclrc I'rvskc 7 1 'i days. AND FAVORITE HTKAM81UPH "Astoria" and "Furnoaala." For rates of salon, .nt raliln or thlrU-clait passage. Hook orTunr. and further tnfoimatlon applj to (IKNURRKON BROTH ICRS, New York, or JAMKtt HCRlMtiF.oUR, Newport News, Ve. Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Ferry Service to the Exposition be? tween Newport News and Pine Beach Pier. Spacious Ferry Boat "CALLA HAN" Leaves Newport News from C. & O. Passenger Pier. Daily Schedule, Except Sunday. Lv. N. N. Pr. Lv. Pine Beach Pr. 8:30 a. in. 9:15 a. m. 10:35 a. ni. 11:15 a. m. 4:00 p. m. 4:45 p. m. 5:35 p. m. (i:llj t^. tn.