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Result* Yettrraay. New York, 1; St. Louis, 0. Brooklyn. S; Chit ago, 4. Booton 2; 1'itt our*. PWIIadelphlB. 0; Cincinnati, 1. Standing of the Clubs. Won. I?st. PUtaourg.20 ?1 Chicago.21 lit Philadelphia.14 14 Cincinnati. 17 17 Now York. 13 15 Brooklyn. 13 tti St. Louis. 15 1? Boston. 11 1? Pet. ?4t* tilS Jifg I>00 .404 .44? .441 .367 Gamea Today. pitU.burg at Boston. Cincinnati at Pbllsdelphia. Chicago at Brooklyn. St. Louis at New York. Home Run Wins Game. MtTLA DELPHI A. PA, May 25 ? -Cincinnati shut out Philadelphia to day. 1 to o. In a pitchers' battle The only run of the name was scored on a home run drive by llobletael in the fifth. Score: It H K. .'Philadelphia ..0000 0 0 (1 0 0?0 2 2 Cincinnati ,...000001000?1 9 2 I Batteries: Sparks and Dooln; Ew ins; and Roth. Time, 1:35. Umpires, Klem and Kane. Close One at New York. [ NEW YORK, May at6.v- Raymond output lied Bailee by a slight margin today and New York defeated St. Louta 1 to 0. The local pitcher struck out nine men. fanning liresna han with the bases full in the eighth inning. Score: R. H E St Louis _OOOJeOOOOO?0 6 1 New York ... 1 o 0 o 0 0 o o 0? 1 fi 1 Batteries: Sallee and Bresnahnn: Raymond and 8chlel. Time, 1:4".. Umpires, .lohnstone and Cusack. Ninth Straight Defeat. BOSTON. MASS.. May 25?Mc? Carthy held Pittsburg to five hits to day, hut two were home runs, and ?these, with Boston's errors, enabled the visitors to win from the locals. 6 to 2. making Boston's ninth straight defeat. Score R H. E. Pittsburg _2 it 0 00 03 0 1?6 5 I Boston .0 00 00 0 2 0 0?2 >' 4 Batteries: phlllipl and Gibson: Mc? Carthy unit Graham. Time, 1:43. Um? pires, itigler and Truby. Brooklyn Out Again. BROOKLYN. N Y.. May 25.? Brooklyn came out from behind again today and tied the Chicago s. hut lost hy the same score as vesterday 4 tc, :< Score: R H K Chicago .it o o n ii 2 1 1 0?4 II , 2 Brooklyn .00000 0 3 00?3 7 - Batteries: Pfeister, Overall and Moraii: Mclntyre and Bergen. Time. Graham pitched good ball for St. 1 .ouls Score: H H K. St. Louis ... 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 i ??5 14 0 Boston .uiiooooooo?O 0 1 Batteries: Grabain und Crlger; Morgan. Ryan and Carrlgan. Time, 2 hours. Umpires, Connolly and Egau. Detroit Wins A?ain. DETROIT. MiCH . May 25.?Groom wan driven irom the box In the fourtn inning ->f today s game, which De? troit won. 7 to 4 Three hits, two passes, three stenls and an error in the Inning named gave Detroit four runs and a lead that lasted to the end. Score: K. H. K Detroit .00 1 40 1 0 1 ??7 10 2 Washington . oil 00 101 n?4 ? 1 Batterie*: Mullln and Schmidt: Groom. Tannehlll and Street Time. l:5o. empires, Hurst and Evans. Falkenberg Driven Out. CLBVEIaAND, OHIO. May 25 ? Philadelphia defeated Cleveland to? day. 13 to 2. drlvliiK Fulkeiiberg from the l.o\ in two innliiKS anil bunching hita ofT Khoadea in the fifth, eighth and ninth innings. Score: H. H. E Cleveland.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?2 4 1 Philadelphia . .0 5 00 , on 2 2?Cl lt. 1 Batteries: Kallenberg. Rhoades and Easterly: Bender and Thomas Time, 1:4?. Umpires, Sheridan und Kerln. VIRGINIA LEAGUE. Results Yesterday. Danville. ?>: Roanoke. 2 (M innings) Called on account of darknesH. I yiiehlnirK Richmond, noHt|Mined, rain. Norfolk, fi; Portsmouth, 3. Standing of the Cuba. Won. I?st. Danville ,.17 Richmond.15 , N< rfolk.13 Roanoke.10 Lynchbiirg. ? Portsmouth. 8 Pet. .708 .?25 r.-ju .417 .:!?1 .:mx 2 hours. Umpires, Emslle and O'Day. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Results Yesterday. Detroit, 7; Washington, 4. Chicago-New York_ postponed, rain St. I.ouis, 5; Boston. 0. Cleveland, 2: Philadelphia, 13. ? Standing of the Clubs. Detroit. 21 Philadelphia. 18 Boston. 17 New York. 17 St. I.ouis. 14 Chicago. 14 Cleveland. 12 Washington. 8 Won. Lost. Pet. jggg .621 .567 .567 .467 .453 .387 .267 Games Today. Washington at Detroit Philadelphia at Cleveland. New York at Chicago. Boeton at St. Louis. Boston Eaay for St. Louis. St. Louis. Mo, May 25?St. Louis defeated Boston easily today 5 to 0. Games Todav. Norfolk at Portsmouth. Riehmond at I.vin liliurg. Roanoke at Danville. BALL PLAtER ACCUSED. Member of Roanoke League Team Will B* Taken to Philadelphia. ROANOKE. VA . May 25? Detec? tives .1. J. Hague and William 11. Ty son. of Philadelphia, arrived here to? day with a requisition for George Nield. one of the players of the Ro? anoke baseball club. Nleld Is charged with committing an assault on Ellen Coates, a young girl of Philadelphia. April 4. W. C. Tague was with him at the lime and is under arrest In Philadelphia. Nield is under bail and Is in Dan? ville with the club. He protests bis Innocence, declaring he was not in Philadelphia at the time the assault was committed I Favorite Wins -t Latonia. (By Associated Press.. LATONIA. OHIO. May 25 -Alam bala. the favorite fn the betting, easi? ly won the Latonia derby over a muddy track by six lengths. 'iu.' Peer finished second, ten lengths in front of Plate Glass, the only other starter in the rsce. Despised Outsider Wins. (By Associated Press BELMONT PAKK. If. Y-. May 25.? Mary Davis, a despised outsider in the betting, easily won tne Claremvmt handicap here today, 'loo favorite Jack Atk.n finished third. Deoiund' broke in front and led to trie final furlong where Mvy Davis came strongly on the rail and won by two lengths. i ?mund beat Jack Atkin half a length for the place. How Fine It Would Be. How splendidly everything would be done If every man could do hla work as well as other people think they could do It. WONDERLAND RUSSELLS MINSTREL fit snow THAT PLEASE '1 7 IN A GRAND FIRST l-ART 7 SOLOS, D?ETS. QUARTETTES. CHORUSES. MARCHES AND OANCES. MOTION PICTURES CP THE BEST Special Stage Setting. NO ADVANCE ?n Ad m lesion . 10c B.ggest Show for the Pries. EYE GLASSES And Optical Goods Fitted and ground without delay. The only 00 .Claas oa the Peninsula that do their own lease grinding and prescription work. We hare installed a (wesafete and u? to date grinding plant and are In position to furnish leases sense day ordered, where yon woo.:.! have to wait from two ?o three days eleewheee. J. J. Palmer's Sons The Leading Jewelers 27M Washington Ave. Established 18tl OF INTEREST TO MOTORISTS. Literary Shrines That Attract the Modern Pilgrim Who Travels In an Auto. All manner of tuen and women are worshiper* at literary shrines, even those of popular modern deities. Pi? erre Lolls house and that of Kdinond Kostand are kuuwu of all winter birds of passage at liiarrits, and Americans from all the states have been known to Journey to the southeast of Eng land expressly fur the purpose of ga? zing at Mr. Kipling's coast house at Burwash. at Henry James' house at Kye, or at Elleu Terry's cottage at Wlnchelsea. Memories of Shelley. Byron. Ilrown Ing and l.andor crop up every once and again lu the Italian tour by road or rail, but Jiow many who have made the entrance to Italy via the Riviere gateway have ever cast at. eye on the modest little Chalet des Pius abutting on tbe Route d'ltalie at Cap Martin. Just after Monte Carlo, and before .Mi nimi Is leached? Not many, doubt less. It Is here that Mr. and Mis. Williamson, the coauthors of the first aud ouly automobile novel, have their winter rest house How many good things In automobile Action have been thought out and worked up her?; This little corner of the Cote d'Axur haa then a very welcome shrine for the lit? erary motor pilgrim. GOOD ADVICE FOR THE YOUNG And for the Matter of That, It Is Worth Heeding by "Children of Larger Growth." "Strike the knot." said a man one day to his son, who, tired and weary, was leaning on his ax over a log! which he had been trying to cleave. Then, looking at the log, the gen? tleman saw how the boy had hacked and chipped all around the knot with? out hitting it. Taking the ax. he struck a few sharp blows on the knot and split the log without difficulty. Smiling, he returned the ax to his son. saying: "Always strike the knot." That was good advice. It Is an good for you as it was to the boy to whom it was first given. It is a capital max? im to follow when you are in trouble. Have you a hard sum to do at satiool? Have you got to face a d'ffirulty'.' Are you leaving home to live for the llrat time among strangers? Strike the knot. Look your trouble In the eye. as the bold hunter looks in the face of the lion. Never shrink from a pain ful duty, but step right up to It and do it. Yes. strike the knot. Strike the knot, boys and girls, aud you will al? ways conquer your difficulties.?Mon? treal Herald. Rooks' Hatred of Crows. A curious Incident in the recent his- ' tory of the Gray's Inn settlement ol Main is mentioned by a London corre-' apondent. It appears that a couple of carrion crows settled la the gardens and one I day it was discovered that the rookery ! was deserted. The benchers, who are particularly proud of their rooks, gave i orders for the carrion crows to be de stroyed and the gardener prepared > pigeons' eggs with good doses of ar ' aenlc. The crows swallowed them and seemed to grow fatter and health? ier. At laat strychnine was used and the pair was seen picking at the egg One of them fell aa it flew up to the nest, the other reached the branch, reeled and dropped. Then a curious thing happened Not a Book had been aeen for weeks at Gray's Inn. but the next day they were' ail back as though advised by tele gram.?Manchester Guardian. Faithful Unto Death. A pathetic atory of heroic devotion ! to duty cornea from Montreull-aur ' Mer, France. M. Lepercq, who was I in charge of the lighthouse at Alpreck j near Hologne. waa recently taken 111 with Influenza and had to go to bed Oaa evening his substitute came tc M. I>percq and explained that he was unable to light the lamp, and in view of the grave consequences that the absence of the light might entail, the sick man rose from hta bed. and In apite of the snow and wind, made hi* way to the lighthouse, where after considerable effort be was able tc light the lamp. He returned home but died two daya later of cerebral congestion, tbe result of exposure tc the inclement weather. The humble hero would have been entitled to hi* pension in five years. F>*ld Mica Work Havoc Certain parts of lanarkablre. Scot j band, are at present suffetfng from a( plague of Totea or held mice, which: have effected much havoc amongst j vegetation. Many young trees In plan j tatioaa have been destroyed, and vari own kiada of flower plants have saf fered coaetderahly It M thought that mIM winters may partly account for tbeae slogan of votes Tbe last re rtous visitation was shout seventeen years ?( ? when great daman* was done oa the farms ta the south of Scotland, and a royal commission was appointed to havesttgate tbe asatter It ta believed 'hat the main reason ?w the trouble Man ha the fact that the ImIaa*c# of DAtyf4> ??*? toff*!! BapiM*t hy the destruction of owls, hawks waasVt and ataata. which are tbe. natural anemlsw of tbe vole* A Knack. He?I have been toM that I was SIGNALS OF DISTRESS, Newport New* People Should Know How to Read and Heed Them. Rick kldneya give many signals llf distress. The secretions are dark, contain a sediment. Passages ar? frequent scanty, pain? ful. ilackache la conatant day and night. II lie and dizzy ipeUsl are fre? quent. The weakened kldie \* need quick help. Dun't delay! Use a special kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney pillg cure sick kid? neys, backache and urinary disorders. Newport News gftdWTi proves tblsi statement. Mrs. Caasg. Graham, formerly living at 2503 Washington avenue, Newport News, Va., says: "I can recommend DOM's Kidney Plllg as being a remedy that acts up to representations. Sev? eral members of my family, as well as myself, used them and .he results were satisfactory. 1 aaed tbem flrat wiicn li.ing in Detroit, .Mich. At that time I Buffered from kidney complaint, backache and pains through my loins. 1 tried many remedies, but did not succeed In finding reli' f until I pro? cured Jk>an' Kidney Pills. The re? sults of their use wer?- highly satis? factory and I know of many others who have taken th.-ni and derived just as much benefit." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-iMilburn Co.. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Heui'-mber the name?Doan's?and take no other. SMOKE "Prince Jo" -5c AND "Casandra" -lOc? CIGARS BASEBALL Thursday, May 27 OLD TIMERS vs. MORTH END LEAGUE TEAM. Gam's Galled 4:30 P. M. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The annual meeting of the stock? holders of the Warwick Printing Co. tlnc.i, will be held at the office of the company, 211 Twenty-fifth street, on Tuesday. June 8th. 1909, at 7:30 p. m., for the tiansaction of such business as may properly come be? fore said meeting. L. E. PUGH, Sec. May S, 1909. NOTICE. The Butter Store. Inc., 2904 Wash? ington avenue, having made a deed of assignment to me as trustee for the benefit of their creditors. I here? by notify all persons indebted to The Butter Store. Inc.. to pay their ac? counts prornp'lv to S. W. Holt ot Co.. 212 Twenty-third street, or Mr. Geo. Smith. I o:er for sale two large refrigera? tors, one small refrigerator and one counter refrigerator, two scales, one rash register, counters, etc. Persons desiring to Inspect the above fixtures see 8. W. Holt A Co. All creditors will ale their claims wita the undersigned wl'hln thirty days. A T. STROUD, Trustee. 631-632 Law RIdg. Norfolk, Va DR. H. H. ADAIR VETERINARY SURGEON Office Caffee's Livery Stable. Both Phone*, No. 1 STAR RESTAURANT FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. ?la the most satisfactory place in I the city. Our meant and short orders can no- ha surpassed. Remember the place, Sil 27th St.. next Silshy Building A;.: .? r. ?? ? ?rt an: R?xortried Pew ??mat*** Made *o ?Mar. OM Farattar* keralre*. t N?H|i I**. A. W. ROUNDS Cabinet Maker and Wand Carves-. SSS ana 2S7 Thirty-fawrth Stesse | Man iasn hea*. Va LOST. i ST HPNin.P, <>K HI.Ai p. CCT Silk, containing Srtsaorw. on 251* street between Washington avenue and bridge Return to 230 25tb St aad receive reward. IS TRANSFER COMPANIES. OlD DO MINION RAOOAOM TKANS far. oMrew C A O Statte?, ?pnor.ee. Ben. Noa ffii and 1?, CRrseaa. No U ? WANTED. WANTED?COMPETENT, RKUA ble marine engineers. Permanent position* for good, steady men. (Jive uge, reference, class of license. Address DYOLL, care- Dally Press. 30 WANTED ? HAUIJNO OK ALL kinds, especially furniture, B C. SHIELD. 2401 Chestnut avenue. Del) phone 371. Men 20-3ui WANTED?TO BOT. SEIJ, OR Ex? change, furniture and stores, C. W. LEWIS 2502 Huntington avenue. FOR SALE. HOYS WANTED ? UNUSUAL OP Itortunity for energetic boy eight to fifteen years old. Chance to see championship games between pen? nant-winning clubs of the two ma? jor leagues next October, all ex? penses paid, just as an advertise? ment. Would von like to go? A H. KELLY, 728 28th street. * WANTED?BIDS FOR PRIVILEGE of advertising on back of "tag." to be used on Playgrounds" Assot la t ion's Tag Day. Seuled proposals will be opened at the Y. M. C. A. Friday. May 28. at 2 p. m. Address Playgrounds' Association, Box 142. i 27 WANTED?BY OLD ESTABLISH ED | wholesale grocery bouse, a thor? oughly reliable, sober, hustling] salesman. Must have some knowl- j edge of the business, and acquaint? ance with the trade. To such .-. one, a liberal proposition will bej made. Address box 088. City. 27 FOR SALE?FINE SHON INGER] Organ, cost $12?), will sell for halt. In fine condition, practically "as Kood as new. Address "ORGAN," care Daily Press. tf FOR SALE ? ' DAISIES WON'T I Ten," "When I Marry You" and "1 | Wish I had n Girl," are (he favorite numbers in sheet music. GEO. D. HAMPTON PIANO CO., 210 28th | Street 8PECIAL NOTICE. EVERYBODY IS BUYING TOBACCO | from Dohlken's News Stand. Why ; Because they sell 30c. Worth tobacco | for 25c. and give coupons. WHEN IN NEED OF SCREEN | goods, pouitr> wire, garden tools, or a good hand plow, remember | HAHNS, S204 Washington Ave. TAILORING THAT SATISFIES?IF your Tailor doesn't please you, try T. P. Keating. 221 25th St.. or) KEATING & WRUBLE. 428 Main | St., Norfolk, Va. T. 8. BOONE, EXPERT HAIRCUT ter; first-class barbers employed: best attention paid to all. 31121 Washington avenue. 5-27 HOW ABOUT THOSE OLD BILLS? We can collect them. Guarantee to collect or no charge. GEO C. BLAND, room 2, Coleman Bldg. NORFOLK TALI/JW CO?DEAD animals removed free of charge by C. H. SCHOFIELD, 'phone 84-L. | Hampton, Va. FOR RENT. FOR RENT ? SECOND FLOOR Apartment, five rooms and bath. UH 25th St. Apply W. J. NELMS, Silsby Bldg. 29 FOR RENT?FURNISHED OR UN furnished rooms. 117 Thirty-first | Street. 29 FOR RENT?DESIRABLE FUR nisbed room. 125 33rd Street. 6-3 FOR RENT?15 ROOM HOUSE, I all modern conveniences, water on | each floor. Thirty-fourth street be? tween West and Washington Ave-I nuea. Apply 133 34th St 5-7-tfj FOR RENT?LARGE. WELL LOC XT ED stora room, formerly oceuph'd by T. W. JUDKINS. Terms very reasonable For information apply Dally Press office. UNDERTAKERS. J. HUGH CAFFEE FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM bsimer. Office 'Phones, Bell end Cits. No. 1. Residence,- Bell No. 41 W. E. ROUSE Office and Showroom 234 23? 23th St 'Phonee 51. Ree. 110 CANDIDATE'S CARDS. To the Citizens of Newport News. I Virginia: At the coming prlmarv election to be held In thia city under the an aptrea of the City Democratic party for the pnrpoe? of nominating a caa dldate for High Constable ot this city I shall'be a candidate for the otEce. I do not think I aeed say Iatrogne. I Utas to the cttlzeas of Newport News. I tf, I ahooM ha tnaaariJ with roar voten and influence, and he the suc? cessful eand'iate of my party. I shall endeavor, tf elected to Use office the general election to hoaretry a conscientiously fulfill ths duties of the aaase. Respectfully. SJO-tf. ERNEST C. COX. Ts the C'tlseas of Newport News: I ass a candidate for the office ot I High Constable, subject to the Demo? cratic prlmarv. June Ifta. ltgO. If) nomine'ed and elected I to dl ?Charge the dot lee of the to the beet of my ability. Vary re- j C R CANDIDATES CARDS. W. E. BARRETT For Re Election to the Legislature. Your present representative seeks this endorsement for his record and experience in session 1900 8. Mass meetings w.th prominent speakers on Monday night 8 p. in., Rosenbatini 1 Hail. levin son Hall, Jeffersou ave uue, Thursday night same hour. To the Democratic Voters of the City of Newport Ne > i; I unnouncu my candidacy for Ser? geant of the City. Primary to be held June 12, 190?. Since I havd been Sergeant of the City, I have endeav? ored to do my duty honestly and effi? ciently. I shall appreciate the .up port of the people. ' td E W. M II.STIC AD. To the Democratic Voters of New? port News: W. P. BALL ARD, a pioneer, pre? sents his kindest regards to the cltl ?aaai and Democratic voters of this city, grown from a Hamlet to its present environments, whose record as a man and an official is l*?fore you. Now, after receiving the pledges and encouragement of niany of my friends and acquaintances. I ask you to vote for me for the office of High Constable in the Democratic primary, and in doing this I am a winner. If elected I promise to do my duty and make you a clean officer. To the voters of the City of New? port News: I I am offering myself as n candidate for the office of Common I wealth's Attorney at the next demo? cratic primary, and if consistent with your duty, you can give me your support, l shall promise you if elect? ed to serve all faithfully, fearlessly i and conscientiously. Your obedient servant, lino. T. J. CHRISTIAN. To the Voters of Newport News: I had the honor to represent the city of Newport News and the coun? ties of Warwick, York, New Kent. Charles City and James City, In the legislature which convened on De? cember. 4, 1901, and was in session until April 2, 19U2 (a period of four months). This same Legislature was re-as? sembled la Kxtra Session on July 15. 1902 (by call of the Governor), for the purpose of putting into effect the new Constitution of Virginia. We were in actual extra s sslon for a period of eight (8) months during the years 1902-3-4, and in the mean? time, I was re-elected in November, 1903. without opposition, to represent the City of Newport News in the next General Assembly (the Legislature of 1901 having redistrlcted the State, and given the five (5) counties a sep? arate member of the House of Dele? gates). The "Extra Session" expired, by ad? journment, sine die, on January 12, 1904, and the succeeding Legislature convened on the following day, Jan? uary 13. 1904. On March 3rd. 1904, I was granted an indefinite sick leave of absence, on account of severe attack of grippe, which confined me to my room until March nth, on which day I re? sumed my duties in Richmond until final adjournment on March 15th. The General Assembly, having com? pleted its work and having adjourned sine die, with no probability of being called back in extra session, I resigned my seat, principally, on a count of poor health. Many of my friends, I have no doubt, recall this fact. Now, I am again seeking erection as your representative In the nextj House of Delega'es. and beg to say, that, having represented our City for a period aggregaMng more tnan four? teen (14 months) during the four years 1901-2-3 and 4, I feel that my knowledge, experience and influence, acquired during my long association with my fellow members of the Gen? eral AssenMjIy (many of whom are "still in the harness") left me fairly well equipped, to again, look after the interests of our City, in an intelligent and faithful manner. Therefore. I have decided to enter the Democratic Primary on June 12th next, as a candidate for nomination to the neat House of Delegates. I will gratefully appreciate your vote and support. Most respect fullr, ?-7-tf. L. P. STEARNES. To the Voters of Newport Newa: I shall greatly appreciate your sup port for the office of Commonwealth's Attorney subject to the Democratic primary. Since occupying this office i have endeavored to discharge my duties faithfully, and i hope that my efforts will be accorded your appro val at the polla. Respectfully. CHARI.ES C. BERKEI/BT. TRANSPORTATION GUIDE. ANCHOR LINE GLUBOWsMLIHOIPERlY Sailing from New York every Saturday New Twin-Screw Steamships (Averse? Paear?. . I a", SALOON. S67.50 TO $1?. SECONO CABIN. ?42.50 TO SSO. THIRD CLASS, $2750 AND S2S.75. Fnr ??? llluwretet i? ? nf Man **<t taJor SMsssa. apply i? Hr\l>lts?os RRoTHtu Hew York, or JA?. SCKIBoROI B. Xeweoet CLYDE LINE PHILADELPHIA Steamers leave Mondays a m. Thursdays and Satardaya. Leave Philadelphia Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays Freight received and delivered dally at ( A O PW ? OMee. River Road CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Ja sac* W McCar***. r. ** rmj So ; i thf *T o A gr t f TRANSPORTATION GUIDE, CHESAPEAKE ? 0HI0R.Y Fast Trains to Richmond and tn? West. leave Newport News 10:M n. m. 1:11 p. in. Local Trnlns to Richmond 0:30 a. in. 5:45 p. ro. i Truing arrive Newport News, 10:00 a. in., 10:35 a. m., 0:35 p. in. and 7:20 P. ni. Steamers Service for Norfolk. leave Newport News 10:40 a. m., 5:40 p. tn. OLD DOMINION LINE Daily Service KOR NKW YORK ? From Company's Wharf Norfolk, foot of Church sM i i every week day at 7:00 P. M. FARE?First-class, one way, $8.00. Round trip, limit thirty days. $14.00 ? meals and berth in stateroom in? cluded. Steerage, without subsistence, $."..00 TICKETS on sale at C. A O Rail? way Ticket Office. NIGHT LINE BETWEEN NEWPORT NEWS AND RICHMOND, VA. Steamers Brandon and Berkley leave Pier "A" 8:30 every evening, passengers onlv. VIRGINIA "XAVAGATION COM? PANY', James River Day Line for Richmond and all James River land? ings. Steamer I'o< ahontas leaves Newpoit News, Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays as 8:15 a. ui. leave Newport News Monday. VWednesday and Fridav at 5 p. m., for Norfolk and Old Point". Steamer Hampton will leave Pier "A" daily except Sunday at 9:00 a. m., going to Norfolk, and at 4:30 p. m. going to Smithfield. Steamer "^c comac" will leave Pier "A" daily ex? cept Sunday at 9 a. m., going to Sniltbfield and 3 p. m.. going to Nor? folk. AH business between New York and Newport News transacted at pler No. 6. AH business between News, Norfolk. Smithfield points transacted at Pier Tweaty-fiftk st. W. h. Newport and local 'A" loot ot LA NOON Agent. NORFOLK i ATLANTIC TERMINAL "Sewall's Point Route." Effective Saturday, May 8th, 1909. Subject to change without notice. i'm 12:07 1:22 2:37 3:52 5:07 6,22 7:37 9:37 10:52 J. L ADAaia. General Superintenaent. Norfolk, Va. 10:15 11:30 6:05 7:20 9:20 10:35 The Norfolk & Washing? ton Steamboat Co. (Schedule Effective Nov. 1, 1908.) Trs New and Powerful Iron Palace Ste: nera NEWPORT NEWS, WASH. ING TON and NORFOLK will leave daily as follows. Northbound. f.v. Portsmouth . "5:0* p. m. Lv. Norfolk . ?6:00 p. m. Lv. Old Point . ?7:00 p. m. Ar. Washington . ?7:00 a. m. Lv. Wasn. B. & O. Ry..?*8:00 a. m. Ar. Phil.. R. ft o. Ry...??11:50 a. m. Ar. ML Y., R # O. Ry.??i:10 p. m. Lv. Wash., Penn. Rv.??8:00 a. m. Ar. N. Y-. Penn. Ry_??1:18 p. m. Lv. Wash., Pei.n hy_?*7:S0 a. m, Ar. Pblla-, Penn. Ry... .??10:4? a. m, Southbound. Lv. N. Y., B. dt O. Ry..?ll:6d a. m. Lv. Pblla, B. A O. Ry... "1:17 p. ab, Ar. Wash B. ft O. Ry... ?5:20 p. m. Lt. N. Y. Penn. Ry.?12:K p m. Ar. Wash.. Penn. Ry."tAt p. m. Ar. Wash. Penn. Ry.!8:H .p m. Lv. Phlla, Penn. Ry.t:20 p m. Ar. Wash., Penn. Ry.?6:22 p- as. Lv. Washington.*?:4S p. m Ar. Cd] Pt Comfort."7 00 a. m Ar. Norfolk.*9:00 a. am. ?DaPy. ??Pally except g-nday. .Sind y only. For information apply to 3. N SMITH. Agent, Vn'.cm flekea Office Chamberlala fiotil. Old Pol at, Virginia. P. M. PRiTrHtKf. Gen. Agent, /NO. L WILLIAMS. City Pane, Agent, corner Ormahy and Plume streets. Norfolk. Merchant* ft liners Trans, Ca. steamship lines. Passenger sad freight. Dally Ricept Tuaaday. | p. m. Fare $3 00 Oaa Way. ?5 00 Round Trip?including Staterwaes Berth.