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I PRINCETON BEATS BEWANEE. Iltrongest Line-up Um4 In Hard fugbt Contest * PRINCETON. N. J , Oct. Id?-Using It sstrongest lineup for the first time thta season Pnnoeton won from the University of the South today by the score of 20 to 0 alter a hard fought content. Hart, the Princeton fullback, was ? factor is the line pluiigiug. and 1t was hin Pteady plunging and 2)1? steady aecondar;. defense chiefly Which prevented SewaneeV Speedy stach? from gaining with any regular? ity. i Fanlkeuberry, of SVwanee, was a tower of strength In breaking Inter? ference and blocking forward passes. Finally the Sewanee right end,^also played a good game on the defense Princeton scored her first touchdowi after a s< rles of punts which gave her the ball on Sewatiep's 30 yard line. As the result of a dlagunaeal punt across the flebl the visitors were forced to try a kirk from their own ten yard line where Julian. Sew in o center, passed hi^h over Melse's head. Meise was tackled by Welsh behind the goal line scoring safety for Princeton In the socond half the men of the south fought hard but were forced back gradually. A sixty ysrd *un by Read, of Princeton, for a touchdown was a feature. At New Orleans?Tulane. 9; Uni? versity of Mississippi. 0. At Birmingham- Alabama, 4: Clem son, it. At Atlanla- Final lieorgia Techs, 58; University of South Carolina, o At Oxford, N. C. Homer. II; War? renten. 2. Harvard, IT; Maine, 0. Yale. 17; West Point, U. Princeton. |0; rfewunee, 0. Pennsylvania. IS; Hrown, 5. . Cornell, ti; Kcrdham, 12. Syracuse, 11. Indianas, lt. Dartmouth. IS; Williams, o. Navy. ii; Villa Nova. 11. Amherst. I; Tufst. ::. New York Cniverslty. l><i; Havre ford. 9. George Washington. S; Washington I College of Maryland, 5. It, ehester. 17. Hamilton, 5. Virginia, 7; i.. high. 11. I,.i Ksyette. 22, Swarthmore. 0. (Misburg. 18: Bucknell, ?. Franklin * Marshall, 1.".; Rutegers 0. Holy Cross. .".; Trinity, B. I'rinus, I.'.; Medico Chi., 0. I w doin, Philips Kxeter, 5. Weslyiin. .".; Vermont, ' Chicago, I4i Illinois. X. Miiinlsota. 14; Nebraska, u. Michigan. Iff; Ohio State, tj Prlncetoi' >Teshmen. 27; Wyoming Sem of Kingston. Pa.. .". Philips anil Over, University of Pelina Freshmen, o. Washington & Ia-v. I; Wake Forest of N. C . 0. Ihites. Hi; New Hampshire State, 0. Richmond College, ii; (leorgetown, 17. At Maron ?Mercer. I; A"ir:ii' 23 At Lynch burg? V. M. I.. 8; Uiuvei sity of North Carolina, n. At Patna Rouge. I,a .--University of [fillltl?. 18; Mississippi A & M. ii AT Hrlsiol-Kings College, 01 Rutland. Vs. Institute, 0. V, M. I. Springs Surprise. LYNCH Hi RO, VA . Oct. 18. -Vir gliila Military Institute sprung a de? cided surprise here today by defeating North Carolina, 3 to n Klnsllvltigs goal from a drop kick raised a ipies tion as to whether it was a goal or not. The cadtts outplayed Carolina despite tin heavier team Lynbrook Handicap. (By Associated Press ) JAMAICA. I.. I. Oct 16? The Turk Turk won the Lynbrook handicap lor two vear old today. He caught Cher Ijnla, the favorite, ai the lust six? teenth aata and won by a nose in a hard drive. High private won the Soulhold handicap by a head from the favorite. Hue!; Latonia Races. CINCINNATI. OHIO, Oct. 1?.? Hanrflirldgc easily won the feature event at latonia today from Dainty Dunie Richard Reed was second. Four favorites wen. Theatre * HOME OF HIGH CLASS AMUSEMENT ? MONDAY. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. PICTURE PROGRAM WILL BE ALL NEW FEATURES. 3 All Star Vaudeville Acts 3 PIKE & CALAME ? IN A STAR DANCING ACT. ED. GERK1N THE WORLD'S CHAMPION COON WHISTLER?A STAR BLACK FACE COMEDIAN. BETTER THAN ALL THE REST. TI ANITA MIDGETS IN A STAR NOVELTY ACT. Good Music?Performances?Matt. 3 to 5:30: Night. 7 to 11. Con? tinuous. Admission. 13c. Special Matt. Prices. Ladies and Children, 5c?See The Show, Too Cheap To M>ss. WS ^.V V ??^??^??^ .^..^..m, ?^..J^ "V -s. ??^..^.cl?. i-j ?aw 9^9-9 '^-W -9W -5*-Tar 5 999 B> ! 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Palmer's Sons washington AVt ESTABLISHED ADAMS SHU1S DETROIT OUT IN DECISIVE GAUE (Continued from First Page.) for Donovan in th,. third MM ?nd took up the pitching after that The l>etroit "lion tnau" wan unequal to the lank of pitching four game* o: the seven and was easy for the Pitta burg batters after Donovan had given then their start Mullln was hit trard In the fourth and the sixth, and Pitta burg soon piled up, a commanding lead Detroit D iscouraged. The play was fierce in the early timings, but Detroit grew discouraged I Inning after inning went by and it could not score on Adams, while Mullln aas hclnl* eg iu holding the champions Robert liyrne aud (leorge Morlarltvwon- Injured in a collision at third 'ase In the first inning and both were forced to leave the game, all hough M< riarlty remuined in until after he bad hit a two bagger in the ?asoahfj. The outlook for Detroit was decid? edly dark from th- first ball pitched. Ii could lie seen that Donovan was wild, as lie pitched a couple of balls in Etyma ?nd then hit him. The poor work of Donovan was I egg BJOffg pronounced In the second and Pittsburg was presented with two runs. Cobb Catches Wagner's Drive. Cobb saved ixtroit from further trouble by making a great catch of a hard drive by Wagner. There was no storing in the thlrn. It was prevented by a speedy double play, Schmidt 'o Delehanty. Mullln went on the slab In the fourth innings, but he was unable to stem the tide of Pittsburg scores. Hyatt drew a base on balls and moved to second on loach's single to left. Clarke sacrificed both runners along. Mullln to Tom Jones. Wagner was purposely passed to bring up Miller, who upset the De? troit calculations by singling to right, scoring Hyatt and l^each and sending Wagner to third. Miller stole sec? ond, but Mullln showed a short flash of his form of the previous gameK of the series by striking out Abstetn, ending the Inning Wagner's Three-bagger. Pittsburg went out in order in the fifth, but scored three in the sixth. After Hyatt went out I<each hit to left for two bases and Clarke walked. Wagner then smashed a three bag? ger to left and scored on D Jones' bad threw to third, sending Leach and Clarke in ahend of him. One more run was added to the Pittsburg total iu the eighth. With one out Clarke was given his fourth base on bolls and stole second. Wagner filed to Crawford, but Crawford dropped Miller's fly and Clarke scored, while Miller went to second. D. Jones pre? vented the possibility of more runs by making a spectacular catch of Ab steln's hard drive*. Detroit threatened only two or three tlmfs. Wi'li one out in the second Delehanty walked and went to third on Moriaritv's two bagger to right, but Tom Jones and Schmidt were easy outs. In the fourth Delehanty put a sin? gle in right with one out. and OT>?ary popped to Wagner. Tom Jones aent another safe hit to right putting Del? ehanty on second, but Schmidt's bounder to I .each forced Delehanty at third. Schmidt bit .a two bagger to left with two out in the seventh and Delehanty did the same thing with two out In the ninth, hut neither man got any further. PANDEMONIUM IN PITTSBURG. Streets Practically Abandoned to Baseball Enthusiasts. iRy Assoctsted Press.) PITTSRCBG. PA . Oct. 16.?Pande? monium reigns here tonight. Pitts? burg haa been turned over to the tasehall enthusiasts who are wildly celebrating the victory of the Pitts? burg baseball, club today and the winning of the woild's championship. Street traffic ha- practically been abandoned on the main ihoroughfares down town and the business centers of the surroundinr suburbs rival the main streets of this city in the noise and crowds. Ras? ball fans headed by brass bands are marching about the city cheering ilke mad and waving pen? nants. Mayor William A. Magee tonight issued a proclamation welcoming the Pittsburg club home and calling upon the people of Pittsburg to decorate the city in honor of the event. A monster parade will he held otg Monday night the t me aet for a great celebration and speeches will be made at Forbes Field. TIGERS OUTBATTED PIRATES. But Pittsburg Had Best of it In t*e Fieloing. (By Associated Press) DETROIT MICH . Oct. 1?-Ac? cording 10 the unofficial avenues of the w< rld'a championship eerie, the defeated Detroit teaas eattbatfed F.tta? bors, bwt the National Leaaraer* ex? cited in avidin* Detroit batted .2**. while Pitt?*rg hit 231. Th* Bow world ? champion- grided Jig. while the Detroit team average was .94*. Haas Wagaer d?d th' hardest hit? ting of the atrtrn. getting nine bits in 24 Hase? at *>at for aa averase of 37:. Tbe?e who bet that WagB* would .utbet C?W> wta by a large margin, as the fading hitter of the Am? ; on l^agiar had ?mW 221 Tw-le haat? was the star Aatwrtcaa League batter with 2*g. CREEK WINS C0N1ES1 (Continued from Second Page.) wick hotel, Mr. Maiivllle* machine leading the way. The other machine* followed at short intervals. Messrs C r Hundley and K B. Dennle. member of the committee on urratige Wnts, went to Yorktown yesterday morning while Mr Joseph Weaver, the third member of the committee, timed the macbiucs at the sturt and then followed to Yorktown. The machines ran much ax they pleased. ^?ut the general route tollowed was up Washington avenue to Thirty-third street, thence to HuntmKton avenue, 'over If?ntlugton avenue to Flfty elgth street and thence to the county road to Morrison, ami following the county road to Yorktown, Those Who Made Run. following are those who made the trip and the time of each: W. 8. j ?reen, 34.30; J. A. Massie. 1:37.55; E.' I. Ford, 1.311; John Creaves, 2.13. 10; j \.. E. Rouse, 1 in *?; Rees, Ljpf, 30; Hale, 0:59; Shaokelfoi.l 1,21.50; Hop? kins. 1,21. 25; Kent. 2.1t. 45; Mrs. | Turner Bowen, 1.09. i'>, W. A. Post.' I 2o. .ill; D. J. Phipps. 1.25. M. Mr. "Man vllle did not finish and Mr H E. Parker started, out did not make a' straight run and his tune was not tak? en. After the autoists arrive at York town they had an enjoyable luncheon | at the Swan Tavern and later dis '?ciiBSed jjood roads with the supervis- j ters of Yr.rk cotmtv. The return trip | |*as made early in the evening. Roads Fairly Good. In spite of the recent ruins, the load* were In fairly good condition most of the way, but some bad sports were encountered. The autoists fac? ed a high wind throughout the trip I All of those who in.nie the trip were highly pleased with outing and the club probably will have numerous | runs to nearby points in the future. The time set by the committee was | comparatively slow to- it was not in? tended that this should be a test of Bpeed in any sense. Each of the three members of the committee set mie for the trip and the official time was arrived at by adding all thej times and divided by three. Mayflower Relics. Among the Maine people who claim to havo genuine .Vaytlower relics is hire, Hiram Butterfleld. of Farming ton, who has a piece ot bed cord ?seil on the Mayflower. It is made of J whale's sinews. One of Mr. Huttor fleld's ancestors came over in that j historic vessel. Mrs rtuttcrfield al? so cherishes with groat care a large conch shell which belonged to her J grandfather. Elish i Lambert, and Which was used at Martha's Vineyard j during the revolutionary war as*a sig | nul of danger from the approach of| British rs. 'it Had Occurred to Him. ' Women arc more and more crowd? ing men out of employment." "That's right; our cook buttoned y wife's waist this morning.' Housfon Po6t. Frightful Fat? Averted. "1 would have been a cripple for life, from a terrible cut on my knee J cap." writes Frank Dlsberry, Kelliber, Minn. without Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which soon cured me." Infal? lible for wounds, cuts and bruises, it aeon cures Burns. Scalds. Old pores, Bolls, Skin Eruptions. World s best for Piles. 25c at Academy Pharmacy Co. and Petzolds Drug Co. Apron and Handkerchief Sale. The Joseph Charles Memorial ftiiild will have an Apron and Handkerchief Sale the beginning of December. Do? nations of aprons and handkerchiefs will be gratefully received at Mr?. Peysers' residence. 320S West Ave. 17. TRUSTEE'S BALE. TRUSTEES SALE OF VALUABLE| PROPERTY. By virtue of a certain deed of trust I executed to me as trustee by A. E Further et ux on the 28tb day of] March in the ear 1999 and duly corded in the cierss cffli e of the Corporation Court of Newport News, Virginia. In Deed Book No. 11 on page 1.3 And default having seen made ln| the payment of the debt therein cured, and having been requested by I the beneficiaries* to seil the truatj properly therein described. I shall sell st publec suction for cash to the habest bidder at noon on Monday, the jr.th day of October 1*0*. at the irent door of the Court house of the Corporation Court In the City of New pot Newa. Virginia, the following property to wit:? AI that certain lot or parcel of land, with the buildings and Improvements thereon, and the r^uts. privileges and appurtenance* thereto belonging or ia ?ay wise appe: ...ning. located and situated In the C'ty of Newport News. Virginia, or. l.aKsyette avenue be? tween Thirty seventh and Thi.-ty elghth atreets. and known and de signaled as lot number thirty (No. 30.. | Us block a umber two hundred n.nefy five i No 2*5.) on a certain map entitled Map of part of the city of Newport News. Virginia' which said ?ap Is duly recorded In the Ort s Office of the Corporation Court of the City of Newport News. Virginia, la plat booh Bus?her oast <Xo 1.) on faafe number three (No. 3.1 FRANCIS K CAL'SaTT. n AUCTION SAUL The undersigned auctioneer will of? fer for ante hi freest of Reynolds ?rothers otVe N? I St Twenty -tfth] ?tree*. Newport Newn, Tlighnla at M os pciock. noon. October 2ma. IBe*. a certain note drawn by M K rVrguseoB. sec-ur-d by read eetaf whir* there hi a halaece 4? amounting to nine baatrH aast twer* dwtiars and efiy teats, rar fwftjaarl aan?tRahaii apply IL W RaTi >eOMK. 1$ Your Rome a Bouse Coo tittle "trouble" Too little trouble about advertising for servants or answeriog ads. in hunting for servants and liouee hold hell I Too little trouble in advertising for worK or an? swering ads. of help-wanted, when some number is out of a job? Too little trouble in advertising for a furnished room, or lodger, or boarder, or buyer, for used ar? ticles, or tenant for the extra apartment? You see, to take TOO-LITTLE-TROUBLE about the Want Columns or answering the Want Ads , is to make twre of having a 'HOUSE OF TOO MUCH TROUBLE." Daily Press Classified Advertisements are inex pensive and bring the DESIRED RKSULT. WANTED. WANTED?COLORED MEN AS holders-on, for riveters and prefer? ably their own boys from 14 to 18 years old. as rivet heaters by the NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING Sc. DRY DOCK COMPANY., Newport News. Va. A good chance if* learn a paying trade. 9-28-tf. WANTED?TO BUY, 8ELL OR Ex? change, furniture and stores, C. W. LEWIS. 2502 Huntington Are. vTXnTED?FIRST CLASS SHIP joiners. Apply by letter or in poi? son to the NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING * DRY DOCK COMPANY. Newport News, Ha. tr FOR SALE. FOR SALE?BEAUTIFUL HOME ON extra large corner lot, paved avenue und concrete walks front and side LOANS! LOANS! LOANS! We will loan you any amount from 15 to $50 quickly, cheaply and private 9 rooms and bath, latrobe. 2 ranges.! ly- Small weekly or monthly pay electric and gas chandeliers, 4 (torches, back stairs. Former price $2,8uu. Our price $2,200 and on time. A snap. SOMMER VILLE TRUST CO., inc. 20. FOR SALE?NO. SS4 FORTY-SIXTH St 7 rooms *and bath. Reduced to $1,550. $;:no cash, balance $1". month? ly. . No loan. Cheapest home in North End. SOM M ERVILLK TRUST CO., Inc. 20. me*nts. Address Box 269. CONFIDENTLY i HELP WANTED?MALE. CJGAR SAIJ5SMEN WANtBD IN your locality to represent" us. Ex? perience unnecessary; $110. per month and expenses. WRITE for particulars. MONARCH CIGAR CO., St. Louis. Mo. 17. FOR SALE?ONE OF THE BEST small farms in this section. Only five miles from Newport News. Has good building and is well equipped with farming implements. Can be I bought cheap. For further particu ktia call at OLD DOMINION LAND ? COMPANY'S OFFICE, Hotel War- I wick building, Newport News, Va. 30. ? Optimo Havana Cigars On Sale at the Best Stores AGENTS WANT KD TO SELL OUR beautiful floral mottoes; size 12x16; quick sales, large profits; express paid. Write for terms. FRANK A. SHILLING CO . Navarre. Ohio. 2t j TWO TRAVELING SALESMEN| $150 per month and expenses, year? ly contract; shipments freight paid. MANAGER," 38 Madison St.. At? lanta, Ga. 17. FOR SALE?NO. 713 TWENTY eighth street, 9 rooms and bath: nice condition; reduced to $1,600, $200 cash, balance $18 monthly. No loan. A bargain iu desirable location. SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO.. Inc. 20. WANTED ? AMBITIOUS YOUNG men who can furnish references, to become traveling salesmen; exper? ience unnecessary. Graduates plac? ed with reliable Arms. Write today for PULL PARTICCLAKS. I'.ra? street System. Dept. 833. Rochester, If. T. 17. FOR SALE?16 PER CENT. GROSS investment: 3 houses and 2 lots? 'renting at $36o per year, for only $2.200. Just $73.: each. Colored tenants: good section East End; steady renters. Here's what you have been waiting for. SOM M Ell VILLE TRUST CO.. Inc. 2t public night school Monday night next at 7:30. in Twen? ty-eighth street school, a public niglit school will be opened. Mr. .1 (jraha*n Viser will be in charge. All who en? ter will deposit $2.50, which amount w ill be placed in bank on interest. The principal and interest will be return? ed to each young man who does not miss a night, unless excused on a doc? tor's certificate, or for another serious cause. W1IXJS A. JENKINS [RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS WANT ad?commencement salary $800. Ex? aminations in Newport News soon Preparation free FRANKLIN IN? STITUTE Dept. 406G, Rochester If. Y. 1112. FOR RENT I FOR RENT?TWO OR THREE rooms, suitabie for light houaeveep Ing. or gentlemen roomers. Hot and cold water. 3200 West Ave. 1". I FOR RENT?FURNISHED ROOM suitable for two gentlemen: best locality: board ir desired. "DESIR? ABLE.' care Dally Press. 17 FOR RBNT?BEAUTIFUL SIX room flat, 315 Fifty 'nirtb street. Every modern convenience. Furnace ?east; esceptioaaUy plea son t tocav tkm DR. W F. COOPER or DR W. R AYLETT tt FOR SALE?NICK LOT ON MADI son avenue, near Twenty-fourth s'reet for $30t>; one on Jefterson avenue corner lot for $530: house and lot on Twenty-fifth street neat Jefferson avenue for $l.loo; fJfSfl casu and $12 monthly. These are especial bargains. SOMMERVIl^LK TRI -ST CO.. Inc. 20 POM SALE?S-ACRE FARM. WITH trtingalow* of 3 rooms?on g>>od road just above Morrisons: i mile from wharf; only $40??for quick sale. Valuable trucking land, near this good market. SOM M EBV 11 *LK TRUST CO.. Inc 17. FOR AI L KiN'D OF GRAVEL. RI B bor and -in roofing. W. W. HEN DRICK'S Hardware, Twenty-fourth and Jeff. At*. tf. SPECIAL NOTICES. $10 to GREECE For This Sailing Only October 13. lt?i?9, OCEANIA sails for Pat ras. Pirscus. or Calmata. from New York, at reduced rate of $10 on. BOOK EARLY for passage at office Of C. R. HOSKINS. Agt.. No. 132 25fn street. Both 'phones No. 94. Tickets to any part of Europe on any line for sale here. TRANTER COMPANIES. OLD DOMINION BAOGAGB TRA.s* fer; offices C. A O. Station. Vnon-a. Clrx and Bell. M. 1? UNDERTAKERS. FOR RENT?CHEAPEST OFFICES la rity. comer Washington Ave. And Thirtieth St, second boot. $5 f>0 per rc-nth apply to WM C STUART. First National Bank f-7-tt FOR RKNT-F1RNISHKT? AND UN App y II? Twea FOR S*LE FOR SALE?OWE *t H P ROfUBR? an Attings On* 2* h p high speedew give. aew. One go h. p Portable NOTICE To the C'tirene of Newport News, Va Owing to the great publicity tha has been given me and the many rumors that have oeen circulated sine the grand Jury has been in session I feel it a du'y I owe the public and many friends to say a word In my d rrnse since 1 am the nominee of the Democratic party for high constable and. therefore. I wash to request th< public not to be too hasty In form lac ta~ir opinions and to suspend judgment until they hare knowledge that I have been accused or laflnctad for any violation or infringement of :he law think an to dividual on mere rumors pat in rlrm kttica by some political antagonist I fear no results of any aiteroo duet nor aar Investigation of my pri lie life that the grand lurors deem proper in oi>. knowing and realizing that they can do tarre than ?o discharge their duty 17 E. c. rrtx PIANOS FOR BAIJC OR Taw bag and lenadrtag FRROrrs SON afl-nic co 227 Thirty first St. CR*, pbees* J*o an n-is-tf HOW a Bot T THOSE OI?D BILLS' We ens* collect tbern Oweren f enfhset or an marge merchants PBOT ?? S w. c. house Office and Showroom 234-236 25trj St. ?Phone 51. Res. 110. J. HUGH CAFFEE FUNERAL DIRECTOR ANT) EM balmer. Offlee 'I bones. Bell kM Cits. No. L ReeUenoe, Bell Na 41. 1 Sf-tt $ tau Restaurant ^ FOR LAPinS AND GBNTI.K ?flb> MBN. The eery best tat. a T board tba market affords for 13 50 by week or month We caa pksaae raa. A trial will con ?basal 211 rweaty-aavaath atreet. f< at tulid.ng. ANTIQUE FURNITURE REPAIR ID ANO REMODELED ALSO AL? WAYS A FEW PIECES FOR SALt MEW FURNITURE MADE TO OR? DER. OLD PURUITURE REPAIR? ED. UPHOLSTER tastt. At W. IV Ol IX I>? Cabinet Mekrr and Wood Carver. 23? and 217 Thirty fourth Street. rasa, Va.