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Results Yesterday. Haw York. 1; Pittsburg. 2. I Philadelphia. 1; Chicago, 3. (First | 10 Innings). Philadelphia, 2; Chicago, 3. (Sec game). Brooklyn. 8; St. Louis, 3. Boston, 5; Cincinnati, 8. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs. Won. Lost. PC. York .87 48 .646 .88 53 .624 rg .87 64 .617 teiphla .73 63 .r>36 nnatl ...%.67 72 .4X2 Boston .57 82 .410 lyn .48 ?0 .348 Louis .47 92 .338 Game* Today. Pfjsdcago at New York. || Pittsburg at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Boston. He* * ' Cincinnati at Philadelphia, j Pittsburg by Narrow Margin. NEW YORK. Sept. 21.?The Pitts made it two out of four today a game, In which both Mathewson WiUls pitched in superb form, by Wilson. Gibson and Clarke re .the Pittsburgs two runs in the inning. These three men were ogly ones who got on base at for Pittsburg. The New Yorkers their only run on a hit bats McCormick's double and an in out. Score: R. H. E.I _0 0 2 0 0 It 0 0 0?2 3* l1 York ...0 0001000 0?1 2 Batteries: Willis and Gibson; | thewson and Bresnahan. Time. : JO. Umpires, Klem and O'Dey. Chicago Captured Both. PHILADELPHIA, PA.. Sept. 21 I won both games of a double er here today, the first going ten and the second being decided the ninth. In the first game Krop ched Sparks, but he was taken la the ninth to permit Howard bat when Philadelphia was lead Howard singled, took second on single and scored on s'a single. Hoffman tripled In tenth and scored on Overall's Oy. Kling walked, took aec n sacrifice, scored on a fum Rfeta, The score of the second game ? remained a tie until the ninth, when CChance walked and took second on a gaacrttee. In trying to catch Chance ^ napping at second. hfcQuUlin threw |arfJd and Osborae fumbled the ball, NSkanoe scoring. t First game: |i teure: ? R. H. E. $ Chicago ....0000 000012?3 9 2 t PhlUderphla 0 00 00 1 0 00 0-^1 4 1 Batteries: Krop, Overall and Kling; Sparks and Dooln. Time, 1:55. Umpires, Emaile and John-, Second game: R H. K. .101000001?3 6 3 ^Philadelphia .200000000?2 6 4 ' Batteries: Coakley and Kling: aaeQnlllln and Dooln. Time. 1:30. jlhstpJres. Johnstone and Emslle. Brooklyn and St, Lawk* Finish N. Y? Sept.21 ap its season with this afternoon., being de by a score of 8 to 3. Kneker batted' lively in the third, hut ?tiding kept the scoring down, sore: K. n. K. Louis ...S10f OaOOO?4 7 ? .10040 1 2 00?8 7 t Batteries: Lush, Bailee. Raymond Bliss; Backer and Farmer Tune, |P* Umpire. Owens. CwwICllwwlHwi TlwfW Stf^tflwt* BOSTON. MASS.. Sept. 21.?On m woo the third straight game Boston today. S to 5. batting Mc freeiy and taking advantage wlldaess. OToole. pitcher seen red from Brockton,! ? dub* to Conattpotion; ? natunitty. acts Truly as CALIFORNIA d Of Sports wu given n try out by the visitor*, bat be larked control. Score: R H E. Cincinnati ...2 0 102 0300?8 8 4 Iloaton .03 1 10000 0?5 M 1 Batteries; O'Toole, Dubec a DO Schlei; McCarthy, Ferguson ana Graham and * Bowerman. Time, l: 58. Umpire, Rlgler. * Besuits Ysoterday. Cleveland, G; New York, 3. Detroit, 3; Boston. 4. Chicago, 2; Philadelphia, 0. St. Louis, 5; Washington, 0. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs. Won. Lost. PC. Cleveland, .81 CO .??74 Detroit .79 59 .67* Chicago .80 61 .567 SL Louis.77 62 .564 Boston .66 72 .478 Philadelphia .65 72 .474 Washington, .59 76 .437 New York .46 91 .336 Games Today. Boston at Detroit. New York at Cleveland. Washington at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Chicago. Philadelphia Draw a Blank. CHICAGO. ILL., Sept. 21?Chicago shut out 1'hHndelphla here today, 2 to 0. The visitors were unable to bit Walsh until the latter Innings, while the locals scored two runs by hunching one hit with a pass and a sacrifice in the first and a wild throw and two errors In the eighth. Score: *' ? R. H. B. Chicago .lOOOOtOOOl?2 5 2 Philadelphia .0 0 00 0 00 0 0?0 S 4 Batteries: Walsh and Sullivan; Sch?tzer and Powers. Time, 1:50. Umpire, O'Lougbltn. Poor Playing at St. Louis. ST. LOUIS. MO., Sept. 21.?St. Louis today took a poor game from Washington. 5 to 0. Keely was hit hard and the infield gave him indif ront support Score:. R. H. E. 8t. Louis ....0 2000 10 I x?6 10 0 .Washington ..0 00 0 0 00 0??0 ? 5 Batteries: Powell and Spencer; jKeely and Street. Time, 1:27. Um |plres, Klein and Sheridan. Detroit Losen Clone Game. DETROIT, MICH., Sept. 21?Wag? ner'a home run In the ninth after (?essier had singled and Cravath had walked, decided today's game, though Detroit made a good bid for a tie in the ninth. The home club played its first errorles game In nearly a month. Rush's fielding featured. Score: R. H. E Detroit .00 0 00 1002?3 6 0 Boston .opoO 10003?4 ? 2 I Batteries: Klllian and Thomas; Burchell and Criger. Time, 1:SS. Umpire, Evans. Cleveland In Pirat Place. CLEVELAND. OHIO. Sept. 21 ? Cleveland opened the New York se? ries with n 5 to 3 victory, going Into first place. Both teams played ragged ball. Berger waa hit safely in every Inning but one. Outside of the fifth, he waa steady In pinches, and New York had eleven men left on bases. Lake started out well for New York, hot Clevelaad bunched* four pits and a sacrifice with balls in the fourth, and seared four runs. Warbop finished the game and blank? ed the locals Birmingham, who hat? ted la the winning rues, starred la the fielding. When the figures wont up showing Boston had defeated De? troit, there was a great outburst of cheering. Itcorr R. H. E. Cleveland .. .14> ? 4 * Ct9 ? a?f? S S Hew York .. .000s3 000??? 9 6 Batteries: Berger and Bemls; Lake. Warbop and Blair. Thaw, 1:40. Umpires. Connelly and FORTY MILLION AFFECTED. of Mill Op*r4itfV#s Not Expscted to Last Long. (Bt Associated Proan). MANCHESTER. ENG.. Sept Tl.? More than 4*0 cotton mdl* In Lanca? shire are idle today, as a result ot the dispute over wag * between op? eratives and employers. SThts means that 4".ooo "oo apindlea are wholly or partially Mopped; that aware than STM.non.0nn of eapBal I? not bringing SB nay retarn and that I40.0M opera? tiv? are without work, and losing something over ITse.so* in wages a la view of the present glutted con? dition of th? market. It Is not he Bevwd that this ceawattoa of work will must heavy dsssng?s to the em? ployers. It la not feR her* that the strike wlB last long, for the card room owtheia are ranee led anon te take a si rand ballot, aad agree to t*v five per cent irawttloo ra wages, which sir ady has fcewa actisSad by the ?pinner* BUY YOUR HAPPINESS. Yon eant be happy If yon don't fwoi h> it But H yon eoul feet Hfc. 1t yon ran buy Serin* P1B? and the* re [still ynar abeitored nerves Setrlwe I FOR SALE i REAL ESTATE BUSINESS LOTS Lots 50x150 above Fifty-eight* i Fiftieth and Fifty-eighth streets; rapidly growing communities, wi PRICES RANGING PROM $150 TO * Old Dominii COMMISSIONER'S SALE. SALE OP VALUABLE REAL ES? TATE LOCATED IN THE CITY OF NEWPORT NEWS AND THE COUNTY OP ELIZABETH CITY, VIRGINIA. Pursuant to a decree of the Corpora? tion Court of the City of Newport" News, Virginia, entered at the Septem? ber term, 1808, in the chancery cause of Old Point Comfort Improvement Company vs. M. B. Crowell'e executor et al, the undersigned, who was nam? ed as special commissioner for that purpoae, will offer for sale, at pub? lic auction, to the highest bidder, the following described real estate, ot which the late M. B. Crowell died seised and possessed. I (1) An undivided one half Interest In all of those certain lots, places or I parcels of land situate In Newport I News, Virginia, known and designated by lots numbered Thirty-eight (38), I Thirty-nine (39) and Forty (40) in block Eighty-seven (87), as shown on 'a certain map made by E. E. McLean, C. E., a copy of which was filed in the Clerk's Office of the County Court of Warwick, Virginia, on the 29.n day of September, 1881. These are vacant lots. (2) All of the right. Interest, equi? ty and estate of the said M. B. Crow ,ell, deceased, in and to the unsold portions of that certain large tract |of land containing about 250 acres, isituated in Elisabeth City County, be? tween Newport News and Hampton, and lying along the main county road between the last mentioned cities, which was originally purchased by John M. Willis and George A. Schmelx. as will appear by that cer? tain deed to them from Tnoe. W. Ken ton, dated' Sept., 27th, 1890, and duly recorded in the clerk's office of said I Elisabeth City County, Va.. in deed book No. 20 at page 240, and If which land other parties afterwards acquired interests, so that same was owned at the death of said/ Crowell (and is now owned) by Messrs. Jno. M. Wil? lis, Qeorge A. Schmelz, Jesse Jones and R. S. Hudgins and aaiu Crowell estate, the Interest of said Crowell estate being a three-tenths interest. Afterwards the said 250 acre tract whs divided into five parts, which are mentioned In paragraphs "a," "b." "c." "d" and "e" hereof, and some thereof was subdivided Into lots and block* and sre so shown upon the plats mentioned. The interest or said Crowell estate which will be sold, as aforesaid. Is as follows: (a) A three tenths merest In lots or tracts numbered 1 to 9 inclusive and tot or tract number 12 (being lu lota or tracts), each of which Is sup? posed to be one acre, as shown upon a certain plat, entitled "plat of Mid dleboro, part of Bates' tract," which plat la filed la the papers of said cause, and Is marked as exhibit No. 4 with Commissioner's report No. ? These lota are a part of tan tract known aa Middleboro located on the north side of said county road, and once contained 40.64 seres, (b) A three tenths Interest la si I of the lota, pieces or parcels of land shun a upon a certain plat thereof. Sled in said cause, returned with said cawimisslonerOj report, and marked. "Ks hi bit No. 5 with Commissioners report No. ?." except Iota 13. 14. SO and 21 (which 4 lots hare been sold), ami all of which lota make cp the tract of land known aa "Part, of Mid-1 dleboro." which lies between the said county road, the right of way o. the Newport News nad OM Point Rail? way and Electric Company, and oppo? site the said tract mentioned to para graph "a." known as "Jfiddleooro." (el A threedeotbe Interest tn that certain tract which faces about 2.222 5 on the said main county road, adjoins the said tract above called "Middle boro" on the eastward and man baea towards the Chesapeake A Ohio Rail? way Company to a swamp being SC11 acres of land, aad the remainder of that 47.11 acre tract after setting apart the once acre sot m the south? east corner heretofore sold. A pint of this said 47.11 acre tract in Stew In said rmsse. entitled. "A plat of Bates', the property of Sc baa'hi A Willis, aad is marked "Exhlbtt No 6 with Commissioner's report No a," (d) A three-tenths Interest in mat certain tract of land lying betwenj taw right of way of the metric Com? pany above menttoned aad Hampton Road* con tain Ins shoot To arcs, snore or km*, bound? d aa the wem bp the road lewd tag from the right of way of s*M eh -trie company to the residence of Mr. Charles 44? u has, on ts~ sowts and earn by In Man Cm A. aad aa tn* north by the right of way of said elec? tric ewmpnay. (e) A tbr*vM*ntb? Interest in t9> follow in? lots of toad: Lata 3 %n 19 hsehssrre m Wor* ; lot* 14. 1ft. 1?. 19. 9? tu asses 3 ksts pa. IS and IS I? htork 4. Ms ft. ? aa*1 7 I* btara 7. k*a 2 and J in block a, hPfh 9 and] IP Call gnd gi NEWPORT HOTEL WARWI fl?J> LEASE! | MANUFACTURING SITES FARMING LANDS, ETC. itreet; very desirable lets between ; lots In Second and Third wsrds In thin 10 minute* of port office. KX>. ON VERY IA8Y TERMS it Particulars. in Land Co. NEWS, VA. CK BUILDING. in block *9, lotst. 5,12.13 in block 15. lota 3 and 4 In block 16, lots 9 to 16 inclusive In block 19, lots 9 to 14 In? clusive in block 20. lot 13 in block 21. lots 1 to 8 Inclusive in block 21, the entire block 22, the entire block 23. all of the block shown as opposite block 19 on Bay Avenue, and all of the block shown, as opposite block 18 on Bay Avenue, all of which said lots and blocke appear upon a certain plat, filed In said cause, marked "Exhibit No. 7 with Commissioner's report No. 6. " This is what is known as the Rlvervlew Property, tying between Newport News and Hampton, and is the balance of a large number of lots Into which a portion of the said 250 acre tract was subdivided. (3) AH of that certain lot. piece or parcel of land, containing 5.3 acres, situated in Elizabeth City County, Vir? ginia and bounded on the east by the lands of Adam Perkins, on the west by the land of s. E. Bickford and on the north by the lands of Bickford and Shields, this piece of property being commonly known as "Mock Swamp." (4) All those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land known as the lots numbered 22, 23. 24, 25. 26, 27. 28. 29. 30 31 and 32 in block 7; lots 4. 5, 6. 7. 8, 9, 10, 11. 12. 13 and 14 in block 8; lots 25 and 26 in block 1?; as ap? pears from a plat of said land return? ed as exhibit* No. 9 with special re? port No. 6 of said Commissioner in Chancery, situated in the property commonly known as the Hampton Roads Investment Company property In Elisabeth City County, Virginia. The said Newport News property wilt be offered for sale in front or the premises at 11 o'clock a. m., on Saturday. October 3rd, 1908, and the said Elizabeth City County property will be offered for sale in front of the Court House door in the City of Hamp? ton, Virginia, at 12:30 p' m ., on Satur? day, October 3rd, 1908. The said Elizabeth City County property men? tioned in paragraphs "a." "b" and ' aforesaid, and in paragraph "4." aforesaid, will be offered each lot separately and then as a whole, in other words, the said property will be offered In single lota, as a whole, and in such other way as Will bring the best possible price. TERMS of sale 1-3 cash and the balance in six and twelve months, with 6 per cent, interest from date of sale, the purchasers' bonds to be taken for the deferred payment and the title to be retained until. tuily paid for; or. for all dum at the op? tion of the purchaser, or pnrcnasers. The purchaser, or purchasers, of all of the said real estate, will be re? quired to pay the taxes thereon for the year 1908. and no deduction will be made from the purchase price of? fered for the said year 190?. Further Information with regard to Isaid property can be obtained from the special commissioner or the auo C. AY LETT ASHBT, Special Commissioner. |R. W. REYNOLDS, Auctioneer. I hereby certify that tSa bond re? quired of said C. Aylett Ashby. Spec? ial Commissioner, by too said chan? cery decree fa the cause of Old Point Improvement Company v M B. Crowell's Executor, et at, has been duly given, approved and filed. Dated this 19th day of Sept' BBSS, D. O. SMITH. Clerk. I By R E. MARA BEE, Deputy Clerk. Saw SR COAL ad WOOD of 'ft?of the wary host Pine Wood (isoxd)flwSO Mixed Wood (* cord) %1M IOrk Wood q oort) SI SO Dtefflted k* Co. SC a C a Cs Ny 48~=49 a J C. Ooodnia. of BsiAsrfUe N C rrs: "Bs l> lea's AraMe a*stfr? a a ire ?ansah knorhwi for ulcer* A had one eaaw on thy leg Sant but that eond' rfwi ? You May Choose For Yourself "Hard Times"or"8ood rimes" (For It Has Co mo to Bo a Personal Problem With Each Business Man) The "hard times" are over, generally speaking. They arc not over for those people who are content to bare them continue. With the advent of Fall activities in business win come to men merchant, to each man who la conducting a business, the opportunity to say a long good bye to "bard-times," or to cling to them a little longer. It is to he, largely, a teat of courage?making of thle choice. A teat of advertising courage?mainly. The stronger bnslneas men will choose good times as a matter of course?and will proceed to make the choice effective by n campaign of real advertising. Ther* win be better, bigger, more effective ad? vertising done this Fall than ever before. The afrald-mercnant win wonder "where the money la coming from to pay the bills.'" He will, in some cases, decide that he must not "take the risk." That will be HIS DECISION FOR "HARD TIMES" In preference to "good times," so far as he, personally, is concerned. Prosperity Is Now a Personal Question. Yours Is a Personal Question With You. This Is Both True and Important WANTED. iWANTED?ROOMERS WTUi BOARD at 129 Thiny-iourth St. 9-17-tit for sale. J WANTED?TO BUT, SELL OR Ex? change, furniture and stoves. C. W. LEWIS, 2602 Huntington avenue FOR RENT. I FOR RENT?FOUR ROOM FLAT with bath, 216 26th street. 9-22-6t ' FOR SALE?NICE FARM OF 35 acres, only about 2% miles from Newport News. Nearest farm to this excellent market we have ever offered for sale. 7 room dwelling. Excellent for trucking or dairy business Both will pay. Only 93.800. Easy terms. SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO., INC. 9-20-3t IFOR RENT?SEVEN ROOM DWEL ling in fine location on Thirty-fourth street between Washington and Huntington avenues, 922.60 per month and fix minor repairs. Apply 817 Thirty-fifth street. 9-2U-6t FOR SALE?A HANDSOME, MA hogany piano, practically new, never having been used. Worth 3450.no. Will sell for less than half. Must be sold quick, as owner leavea city Immediately. Address. "PIANO," Box 648. Newport News. 9-20-3t IFOR RENT-FLAT, fourth street. 133 THIRTY 9-15-6t IFOR RENT?BARBER SHOP FURNI ture and Fixtures complete, cheap. Apply at once, HOTEL HUNTING? TON. ?15-6t IFOR RENT?SMALL FLAT SUIT? ABLE for light housekeeping or gentlemen roomers, 3200 West Ave. tf. FOR SALES?SEVERAL VALUABLE, small farms near Newport News and Hampton, in high state oi cultiva? tion. NELMS A COMPANY, INC.. Real Estate, Insurance, Rents A Loans, 2517 Washington avenue, Newport News, Vs. 9-16-6L SPECIAL NOTICES amusements. ICIDEIY S!?V, SEPT. tt "on THE BRIDGE AT MIDNIGHT." A Series of Magnificent Stage Pic^ tores. A Heart Story That Appeals to Everybody. Comedy and Pathos Happily Blended. A PLAY WITH *? RECORD. PRICES, 29c to $1X0. Sale now open. I FOR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED front room, second floor, furnace heated. 11? Thirty-third street, 9-6-tf. QUICK AS A FLASH. NEAT AS A pin, everything good to eat. Thud's us! DBLMONT LUNCH ROOM, next to Schmelz Bros. Bank. |FOR RENT?TWO DESDtABLH Of flees in Schmels Building. Light, Apply Baakava. service supplied. ( "BROTHlflKS. st? roll SALE. [FOR SALE)?NICE HOME NEAR Jefferson avenue. Strictly white see. tkm. Very place for JeATarsua ave? nue business man. Latrobe, bath, sewer, hot water. Reduced] to 91.325?$250 cash, balance $20 per month. No loan. A bargain. Why not stop rent. 80MMERVILLK TRUST CO, INC. 9-2U-Jt IFOR SALE?NICE HOefE ON Chestnut avenue near Twenty-third street reduced to $2,100. Good 6 room dwelling on Twenty-eighth street near Jefferson avenue, 91,800. Business place near Jefferson ave? nue and Twenty third street. $1.109, pays 15 per cent, SO M htER VI LLK TR8T CO . INC. 9-19-3t HENDRICK'S CORNER HARDWARE STORE for roof paints and root cement. Bell 'phone 119. 8-S-u. HOW ABOUT THOSE OLD BILLS? We can collect them. Guarantee to collect or no charge, GBO. C BLAND. Room L Colsman EOS*. HAULING PROMPTLY DONB? freight, baggage, furniture and safes carefully mowed. AS kinds of has* ing solicited. Rates reasonable 9L C. SJSSJkSt car. Tw**ty-4kJUTta| street ami Chestnut avenue. Ball "phone STL T-1S4E Dreamland Theatre! Always High-Class MOTION PICTURES! Change of Program Daily. T0MY All T0I0M0W Two Vaudeville Acts of Excep? tional merit Allison & Richards "The Merry Makers. MAR TINA ' American-Japanese Novelty Juoolinn. It's new when you see it at DREAMLAND. Admission, Adults, 10c; ChiT ?Iren Sc. AT THE Ml Theatre STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The annual meeting of the stock? holders of the Booker Brick Co. will held at the office of the company. Room 7. Silaby Building, on 8ept. 26, 196?, 2 o'clock p. m, for the election |of directors sad for the trans tkm or such business an may properly come before said meeting. -NELSON S. GROOME, Secy. ?4M. I LAUNCH FOR SALB?34 FEET long. 7?4 H. P engine, everything complete Speedy. Cost $500. Will sen for $300. 18 a Queen St. 9-20-2?. |FOR SAI^C?JEFFERSON POOL FAR. aar. Will sell for $4*0 cash. Repre? sents $1.200 Investment, 9-U-tf LOTS FOR SALB OS LBASK IN ALL garu at the etty. Call and get prices OLD DOMINION LAND OO. Hotel Warwick Bai Mlag LOST. LOST?ON THE SOtJWRgfjr HOME Grounds or gnsa* to Hampton on ear Sunday awmrng a Gold Cuff Button marked M P. B Finder will he rewarded by returning to 52 Victoria avenue. Hampton. It STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The annual meeting Of the stocK holders of the Peninsula Water Com? pany will be held in the Citizens- ami Marine Bank building. Newport New*, (on Tuesday. October 6. 190*. at ? o'clock p. m, for the election of direc? tors ami the tidasactlon of auch other buslstss as mi 912tdm. M. A BOOKER. Secretary. TTlirty-n*?^8V?d aanwff Howie) of Hfflt* 1 fie) VVdaOw*. MSj That Beautiful fairy Story Picture win be shown and other brand new ones by Pat be. Don't forget the Matinee, X to 6. Night, ? to 11. K. Sc TRANSFER COMPANIES OLD DOMINION BAGOAGB TsWOV fer; oflkcea CIO. Befl, No* 4SI sad US; 11 tt. A TALK TO WATCH OWNERS. Does your watch tick with unifor? mity' It may seem reliable nod yet work cranky. Bring the watch here at pobtie anc-'nt first signs of trouble. ' A fix in st 2 oT,??'0,Bf **rr* many dimes," Tow mny now lvtaa at pnaflblj eqoal our prices, hot Hi u? OISSOLUTION OP PARTNERSMIP. The undersigned doing kmdaam under the Srm asm* of R D. Hoiks way S Co, has bee* by mutual coo newt this day dissolved. The bsoi a**a in the fstare will he continued by Mr. HeBoway. who wffl eolVwt all outstanding bills sad nay aR tn?i?M edaem of the Srm. We thank tk?| public f?r the4r past favwrs and bop* rimt Mr. Hoiioway wfli receive a eoo R. D. FKHXOSJAT. G o HIBMau<W9UOHT sept, i4. tan. savm NOTICt. I shall offer for sale tion on Sept, 30. 190S. p m. the Schooner Befl. now lying . W Wystt's Railway. Sold to cattst/. P**"ble to equal owr pre-e?l?e? re mnniasTS in mv hands Terms (^aaa I pairing We arc experts at watca ? jy> b/yatt j doctoring. When your timepiece Bait err Park, tab or.Wlaat Co. Val*?*~ ? nands tt is right and pee l.-ngf .maneatly so Now as to )eweiry; Iwhen yon waat anything In that l?se, m BUTTLE. i J. HUGH CAfFEE FUNERAL MBSCTOS AMD S No ?x DR. H. H. ADAIR Oflos CsUob's User* Subs*. Hp. t.