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NATIONAL LEAGUIS PesulU Yesterday. littslitirg. 7; Philadelphia, f. Chicago, t; Host n, ::. ?f. Loalg, 4. New York. 2. Cincinnati, 2. Biepklja. I Results Sunday. St. boase, S; New York, .'!. Chicago. 4. Ho-ton, ?, Cincinnati, 2: Brooklyn, i. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs Pltteenrg .. |%lsnaelpkls ClntInnall .. Chicago _ New Yot k . . St. Ixuiis ... Pr oktyn .., Boston .... Won . II 11 ? st Pct ATI r.7i .Od IS . IM .4M :t IS Where They Pley Today. Boston at Plttsbiirj:. Ili ooklvn at Cbk SgC New York at Cincinnati. I'luladel|ihla st St'. UNSe, Giant* Lose Fourth Game. ST l.ol'IS. MO, May l? ?Hy tuk itiK today's game. 4 to :'. St. 1-ouls awa lour game* stial?lit (MM York. Wiltse was i'H>v, while Willis was ctTc.tivi except ill one inning. Bcose: ? ? ? SI L ms ... I 1 ?I I I 0 I 0 x - I I I v ? fest ... 1.? ? I iI" - ' Uall.ries: Willis and Phclps; Willse and Meyers Time, |:Sf, I'm plrea, <> l>ay and BtVMM. Pirates Rally in Eighth. PlITBUOsW, PAh May 16.?An eighth in.n raBj m valsai pittsburg batted nroaad saved the caaaal ss rreai what looked like another del. it hy Philadelphia and netted " ,<H'al victory 7 to 4. Si ore: R H ? pittsaarg _ '?I ? I ? 1 ? 1 x?7 12 I Philadelphia . .? 11 ? ? ? H ? ?> Batteries: i eever, Lstfekl and Qla> loa; shcttl.T, Humphries and Dooin. I Do You Know! We are going to move into our new building $ September I? JJ Do you know we want to move as little of $ our stock as possible? ^ Do you know we want you to halp us move? <ty Do you know we are offering special induce- jjj ments on our entire line of Furniture and Carpets to accomplish this result? If you would be wise you w II take advantage ^ of this opportunity? $ s 1 I COMET MOONLIGHT * THE FAST and COMMODIOUS STEAMER "Pokonoket" | WILL CARRY A LIMITED NUMBER TO CAPES -to view HALLEY'S COMET From CHESAPEAKE BAY STEAMER LEAVES OLD POINT AT 9:30 P. M., TUESDAY, MAY 17th MUSIC and REFRESHMENTS TICKETS FROM OLD POINT AMD RETURN &W <* m 0 aVserh Me t/ **, rrv ?^r>owa';iawcTt < *vr. HElgRS BRflS rritaiM'r riitsa INCORPORATED A Few Specials From Our Basement Jloihs P%M x, t? Tntkt Set* trat await'r r., era*!* Sprtal lh ... Ac : ?Inj. )ar Thru*- haw gold line, all Bestial. Tar Saeeta jwst 'he thing for jerking winter rlnthing Special dos. .aja* Parlor twwoas*. a good Nur quality. ?< trrtrd Isroiw cm and a bar saaa. Be** far Mr ?n? ?i each .tea SPECIAL atOTlCE?Our Mus'tn Underwear end Corset Depart ^^aaasaaamaaaaaTaB g^sP^ TIMM?, L:M. Umpires, Johnatone and M ir in. Recruit Pitcfie? Weil. CHICAGO. HAJL, May 1?.?Chicago defratta1 Roatoii 4 Ii 3 Iii tbe fluni game of the series today. Cole held ito.-ton bj one hit In the first seven iuuings but weakened near the end. icore: r h e Ckieaga .. .. 01012000X?4 ? 2 lioston .. .. ? 0 0 0 0 I) 0 1 2?3 4 4 Until ins Cole and Archer; Brown, I'arsons and (iraham and Kalrdan. T'me, 1:55. Umpires, Klem and Kane Reds Win Close Game. CINCINNATI. OHIO, Mav 11;.?Cln elaaatl tfcHealed Brooklyn today in a nip and tuck game | to 2. Both Krumme and Scanlon were wild. The locals m? tinged to gain their one run ! leed off Hell by good hitting. I Score: R H E I Cincinnati ... II 1 0 0 1 I? 0 I x?3 8 0 Brooklyi ... I?????? 14b?I ? l Hatteries: Er mine. Caspar and Mc? Lean; Scanlcn. Hell and Erwin. Time. I I'miiires. Rigler and Kmslie. I Results Yesterday. Washington, ::; Cleveland, 1. BoetOB, 11; Detroit. 4. Hh llaiieiphin, I; Chicago. L .New York. 5; St. Louis, 3. Standing of the Clubs. I Clubs Won Lost Pet Paiaaielplila . M i AM New Y rk . 13 I 411 i Detroit . 15 in 4SI Oevetead . 12 10 .546 I Huston . 12 12 .."?00 i Chicago . 8 12 .400 , W.i.-hington . 9 1? 340 'st. Louis . 4 17 .190 Where They Play Today. ivetroit at H ston. St. Louis at New York. Chicago at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Washington. Red Sox Bat Hard. I BOSTON, mass Ma] IS?Boat OR Sefealed Detroit today by a score of ill to 4. With two out. Roston made -i\ hits in siii cession in the first inn 1 ing. five runs resulting. In the ptfi ; ond Lord led 'IT w-ith a three base hit and Stahl sr.d Speaker followed ; with a two bagger and a home run. Score: H H El Detroit _ 0000 0 20 20? 4 I Ij Boston _ 5303000 ox? |] 13 Hatteries: Pernell, Stroud, Dono-1 rae ami Btaaage ami PsikeailinS, Karger and Carrlgan. Time, 1:38. Umpires, Evans and Egac Gessler Makes Home Run. WASHINC.TON. D. C, May ML? Washington defeated Cleveland t?day I :! to 1. Reisling was effective with men on bases, while Falkcnburg was I hit an opportune times. Gessler made i the first home run for the locals this eeeeea, a drive to the extreme corner) of right field. I Score: R H E| Washington . lOOKUOOx?3 7 3 Cleveland ... n <i no n n 1 n n?1 7 0 ? Hatteries: Reisling and Street; Kalkenhuig and Clarke Time, 1:10. empires, Sheridan and Kerin. I - I Yankee? Defeat Browns. j NEW YORK. May 16.?In an inter? esting game New York defeated St. ' LeSSS t day by a score of 3 to 3. Ford ontpitched l^ake. and the locals ran liases at will on Killifer in the third and fourth innings, gaining a lead lh? t iV sitors were unable to overcome. Si ore W H K I 'St l.onLs ... II n 0 1 1 1 0" 0? 3 i j New York ... o o :j l ul o n s?5 5 Hatteries: Ijike and Killifer; Ford | ? and Sweeney. Time, two hours. I'm ' pires. t) l-oughhii and Perrine. ' Athletics Win Eleventh Straight. PHILADELPHIA. PA. May IS? I : rhiladelph a won from Chicago today | |fi to 1. making eleven straight games The home team knocked Smith off| th?? rubber In live innings, while Coombs held Chicago to a single anu | :a trip'e. ?ease r h e j Chicago .. .. noooioonn?1 2 4| i Philadelphia n 1 2 0 ; 1 0 n ft?fi |ft 1] ? Hattert, s Smith. |*n* and Psyne; Co- mbs and Ijapp. Time, 1:42. I'm j pi res. Connolly and Dineen. VIRGINIA LEAGUE Results Yesterday. R . hmond. 7. Norfolk. ; Roannkc. |. Portsmouth .t Danville, n. Lynrhbnrg. t Standing of the Clubs ? ?ii- Wn I<n*t V Ko'trnkc . fe a .J Portsmouth . la n | R, hmond . It * J T^ncbMira.>... ? * 4 ! Danviile . 7 le .?ISj I Norfolk . S 11 Jia Where They Play Today. Ri< hmond at Norfolk Lvncbburg at Danville v Portanr nth ?t it.k< COLLEGE GAM KS At Aibcas? retvemltv of Cr?*wglB. 1; Wanhlaai'HS and lye. 9 j At Marna?Mart si Uelversttv. 4. C|cm?oa C'dMBje. t SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Mobile?Chattanooga. 8; Mobile. At N'ew Orleans -Nashville, 3; New I Orleans, 2. At Montgomery. - Atlatita. Z, Mont? gomery, 1. At Birmingham?Memphis, 3; lilrmlngham, 4. PLAY RED MEN'S TEAM AT CASINO TOMORROW Fast Norfolk Nine Will Battle With Picked Team of Local flayer*. Manager Nexsui. of the North End team, of the Peninsula I.eagi:c, yes? terday closed nofffit 1st ions toe a game with the Ked Men s baseball team of Norfolk for tomorrow afterin-on at 3:30 o'clock at the Casino i?ark The Red Men's conveiinon Will begin to morrow morning and 't is expected that several aendred "braves" will turn out I r the match. The visitors are sad to have one, of the strongest ball teams in Tide- ; water. They defeated all comers last j lyear and are conlldcnt of victory to? morrow. Among the play era who villj oppose the Red Men are Land. PattOa, St iart. Hudson, Wyncoop, Koaten. lluutz, Simpson, Kaken and Acton Tendered a Surprise Party. Miss Julia Walker was tendered a delightful surprise party Friday after? noon by a number of her friends. The evening was pleasantly spent plating games, alter which refresh? ments were served. Those attending j were: Misses Frances Koch. Marvel KooDU, Sallie and Mildred Blassen ham, Alma and L nil Mitchell. Mar? garet Kriklson, Viszella Rucker. Ma? rie Wilkens. Julis Walker; Masters James Moore, Harmon Walker. Ches? ter Koontz. QpOCge Via, Smoltz Stone, Harold Anderson, Pled Woithcnhain, Hobby Fr"eI?nd. Charley Blassen ham, R?ssel Coverton. Just Try C. H. S. Special. Cook With Gas. Lion Fondles a Child. In Plttsburg a savage lion fondled the hand that a child thrust into his cage. Danger to a child is aeswetimes gregt when least regarded. Often It inn s trough i u..i>, < roii|,. ...... Whooping Cough. They slay thous? ands tat Dr. King's Now His.overv could a\c saved. "A few doses cured our baby of a very bad case of Croup," writes Mrs. George H. Davis, of Flat Rock, N. C "We always give it to tm when he takes col L Its a wonder tul medicine for babies." Best for Cougs. Colds, LaGrippe. Ashma. Hemorrhages, Weak Lungs. 50c. $I.?>||. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Academy Pharmacy Co.. Petzold Drug Co. look w'l'h Gas. A Man Wants to Die only when a lazy liver and sluggish bone's cause frightful despondency But Dr. King's New Life Pills expel poisons from the system; bring ho|>e and courage; cure all Liver. Stomach and Kidney troubles; impart health and vigor to the weak, nervous and ailing. 2-">c at Academy Pharmacy Co . Peuold Drug Co. Cook With (lea. Baseball!! North End Athletics vs. Red Men of Norfolk Casino Park Wednesday After noon at 3:30 o'clock. M LEGAL NOTICE. VIRGINIA: IN THK CORPORATION Court for the City of Newpor New?, the 2nd. day of May, A. I) 1?I0. Uettlc C. Christian .Complainan Againat. K. F. Finch Martha A. Finch. Amrri can Exchange I :.r-k. R. W. Per kins. Trustee and J. K. War ren .Defendant* The MM of thin .suit is to pay t the panic? entitled thereto, or tnt< toiip. the a it" mm of a ?-ertain no:, drawn by the said complainant t< 'be said Martha A. Finch and F. P Finch. secured by a deed of trust o record in the Clerk s oaVe In deer, booh :.. paar .TO?, and to obtain I. rder ot this court from the sai. rusiee end 'ir beneficiary under sah' deed of trust, a release of the lien <?? the said -I-..i of trust rmsn tlx property ih? r. In described. And i vppeartns to the court from the re 'urns on ihr . im.n?n heretofore is sued ia this muse, that the ?Wenden t. V. fach . snoot he found In thl ?t?te, toe said P. F Finch is not I Red to appear at the rules to I? iolden on thf thir l Monday In Jnn. next sad d > whet at oet eaaary u neotect bis imprest in this suit An. tt Is ordered mat a copy of this or err be published ia the I Mill v Pre* Hi toe City ... Newport News saw s week fee f?ir swcrewslre werk? ?ad that snorher costy thereof t> ponied at the front |?,; nf the rrmr I ouse of this city no the test .is M toe Jane term of lkl? onurt oest A Copy. Tease: f? O SMITH Clerk **. r K marahi.f Hewety Oert lattt d MAMIE, a. o. HAVE VOL' PILES? Then Get Hem-Rold Under Money Back Guarantee. Blind 'dies, protruding piles, Itch lug plies, are cured with equal suc? cess by the guaranteed Internal remedy, Dr U'onhi rdt's Hem Roid The guarantee is so broad that it costs you nothing if you get no bene fit. Don't waste any more time with salves, suppositories or other outside treatment. Attack the cause. Ikni Itoid $1 for large bottle, last? ing M days, at A. K. G. Klor. Newport News, Va. Dr. ijeonhardt Co., Station D, MBU* N. Y, Props. Write for booklet. ANOTHER ONE. The following dinner will be serv? ed at Hotel Newport tod-iy from 12 to p. m. lor '.'?> cents. No doubt you now understand Why the c owd goes there, but "Hew can they do it," is still bothering you. Don't worry, but watch. An explanation is promised. Menu Split Pad Soup. Fillet of Sole Tartar Sauce. Sliced Cucumbers, Olives, Dot!mi] Ox Tongue and Cabbage, Corn Proud I?inner Style, Staffed Tomatoes? Roast Young Fowl Sage Dressing. Creamed Potatoes, New Greca Peas, HBeard Turnips. Apide Roll, Hard Sauce, Tea, Coffee. Milk. SICK HEADACHE Probably comes from a disordered stomach or a sluggish liver. Medieu! I men tell us that the liver is nature's garbage collector. If it docs not work properly, the system is poisoned with the unhealthy matter that is diverted ir.tn the blood ins:-ad of pausing oft in the natural way. "TIS1T" is a positive relief for this condition, caus? ing almost immediately activity of the liver and bowels in a sate, easy manner. Eaten like candy?no griping A week's treatment ISC For sale and recoiBieaeyd by ad druggists and J. C. 0OK8UCH k CO. Morton's Book Store Practical Mechanical Books FOR HOME STUDY! Alice W. Morton Bookseller and Stationer 2817 Washington Ave. TRANSFER COMPANIES. OLD DOMIMON BAGGAGE TRAN3 fer; offices C. & O. Station. 'Phones, Citz. and Bell. 93. UNDERTAKERS. W. E. ROUSE OiTice and Showroom 234-236 25th St ?Phone 51. Ree. 110. J. HUGH CAFFEE 'TTNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM balmer. Office Phones, Bell and Cltz. No 1. Residence, Bell No. 41 1-20-tf RESTAURANTS. HUNGRY? I REMEMBER THE DELMONT GOOD MEALS ON SHORT ORDERS. SPECIAL NOTICES. DR. R. LEE ROBINSON DENTIST X. w. <*or Washington ?renne and Twenty-etghth etreeC 4.7. WE BT Y AND SELL OLD RILLS, elan collect them na eommiaesoei MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE AR 80CIATION. Room X. Ooleman BMg HEAD ANIMALS REMOVED PREK of charge by C. H. 8CHOF1ELD. Phone ML. Hampton. Va OLO MAHOGANY FURNITURE Bought and Sold. FURNITURE REPAIRED. Mirrors Re Silvered. ffy A. W. ROUNDS *3V2ir Th.r., fourth etreet. **#S?Sejpor* Nf^asps, V*j. Conk With ?aa. Jaat Try O. at. S. SaaaSML Many Women who are Splendid Cooks dread having to prepare an elab? orate dinner because they are not sufficiently strong to stand over an intensely hot coal range. This is especially true in summer. Every woman takes pride in the table she sets, but often it is done at tremen? dous cost to her own vitality through the weakening effect of cooking on a coal range in a hot kitchen. It is no longer necessary to wear yourself out preparing a fine dinner. Even in the heat of summer you can 4:00k a large dinner without being 2Vew Per/ectioit WICK BLUE FLAME Oil Cook-stove Gives no outside heat, no smell, no smoke. It will cook the biggest dinner without heating the kitchen or the cook. It is immediately lighted and immedi? ately extinguished. It can be changed from a slow to a quick fire by turning a handle. There's no drudgery connected with it, no coal to carry, no wood to chop. You don't have to wait fifteen or twenty minutes till its fire gets going. Apply a light and it's ready. By simply turning the wick up or down you get a slow or an intense heat on the bottom of the pot. pan, kettle or oven, and nowhere else. It has a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food hot. drop shelves for coffee, teapot or saucepan, and even a rack for towels. It saves time, worry, health and temper. It does all a woman needs and more than she expects. Made with 1,2, and 3 burners; the 2 and 3-burner sizes can be had with or without Cabinet. ?Ttrj dealer evarrwherr: It not at yoore. write for DttertptlT? Clrenlar to the neareat agtory of l?s Standard Oil Company t Incorporated ) WANTED. WANTED ?EXPERIENCED HOUSE Kill. Apply 3H>4 West Ave. IX. Wanted -a plumber at once C. 1 TAYLOR. Hampton. Va. 19. I WANTED?SEWING BY TUM DAY. Thourghly mit erstand* cutting ami titling. Aply to MBS. J. L. A. 2.14 Thirtieth street, city. 13 WAXTKD- -YOl'N'G MION OF GOOD character to room in the Y. M. C. A. building. Shower baths. Reason? able rates. Call at association of? fice. 18. WANTED ? HAULING Ol" ALL kinds, especially furnlturti E. C. SHIELDS, 2401 Chestnui avenue. Bell 'phone 371. 7-13. WANTED?YOU TO CA1 L ON, 'phone or write C. B. NKLMS, room] 103 Sllsby Building, 2700 V'ashlng ten Ave., when you wish t( borrow | G per cent money, or buy t dwel? ling. You can save by seei >g him. . 7-1. WANTED?HOUSE REPAIR WORK.! Satisfaction guaranteed. Prompt attention. C. P. EAGLE, Heath's. 2619 Wash. Ave. Bell Phone 71. S-tf.| WANTED?TO BUY, SELL OR Ex? change, furniture and stoves C. W. LEWIS, 2502 Huntington Ave. FOR SALfc. FUR SALE?AUTOMOBILE. MIT chell Roadster; seats three; 2u h p.| In a3 condition. Apply. K. B. DEN MK 19. ; FOR SALE?NICK I ROOM DWEL-| ling near shipyard. Good condi? tion. Only Sl.l'x'; IBM cash and $1<> i>er month. No loan. Here is a fine chance to get info your own home and save that rent money. SHU MEKY1LLE TRUST CO.. Incj ^_I I FOR SALE?GOOD HOUSh WITH ! l'?t near Twenty-eighth street school. I I Onlv $1.2?'o; S2"?i ca.-h and |iS per month. SOMM KKV1LLK TRUSTj CO.. Inc. IS. FOR SALE?NO 1111 TWKNTY sixth street. t> rooms and bath;i new 5:'..". ranee. 2 lots. Only $1.7'm>; j $2'Mi cash ami ?!.". monthly. No loan. SOM M ERYILLE TRUST CO.. Inc. 1?. FOR SALE- -7 ROOM HOUSK ON Twenty-fifth street near Chestnut avenue R?duc d to ixno; flito cash and $l?t per month. No loan. Nice t ly fixed up. SOMMERVILLKj TRUST CO.. Inc. 18. FOR SALE?3S INJOTHALF CABIN launch "Kmbee." Mahogany fin-' ished plate glass window. l.~> h p. I 3 cylinder Craig engine, in perfect' order. Coat $3..Vm to build. Price H-Vat caah. JOHN SLOAN. Lee Hail. Va. 17. I F??R SACK-ONE LEATHER TRIM metl ?e<-ond-lian?t buggy, in fair con dltHm Price $l.'..tw. MILLER A GLEASON. Huntington Ave. ana Twenty-eighth street. 19 t FOR SALE "MY SOCTHKRN Rom-" "Tow ve Got Mr Goin KM." with The Yiddish Rag." Popular ahret music GEO. D HAMPTON PIANO CO.. 210 Twenty-eiehth street. tf. | FOR SALE?ONE OF THE REST pieces of property on Washlagtoa Arc. Cheap to quick buyer. P. O. Box .vj. c':j. 6-4-tf. ' Foil SCREEN ,?Hli:s SCREEN windows. whitewash line, auaran teed rtthtVr hoee cheap. W. W.t' HENI ?RICKS Hardware. Cor.) Tw^entj.fntiMh and Jefferson. Bell 'ptiore IK. ff. I DENTIST. I OR NORMAN LASSITER. OCNTIST. MR Tsvetvty fif?n street. i Lety Attendaet ?eft PtwHve t'S J Cru. Pnooe 41?. FOR RENT. FOR RBNT?-NICELY FCUNISUEM front room. second Moor; with or without board. 1M Twenty-seventh street. 18. FOR RBNT P?RNIHHEO OR I N furnished rooms; modern conven? iences. Ill Thirty-third street. M FOR RENT OR SAL,:-FIRST class restaurant, with or without equipment, doing good business, will be sold at sacrifice. For in? formation address "QFICK"' this office. 31. FO.T. RENT?LARGE FURNISHED room, bath; best location overlook? ing river; reasonable. Address "Q," Dally Press offtc*!. tf. TRUSTEE'S SALE TRUSTEES' SALE uF LAND. Walter Charnley and Alice May Cbarnley, his wife, having exec uted a, deed of trust dated 2.%tn Sept., H>0.">( to w. w. Woodward anu C. h. Hess? in*. Trustees, for all that certain lot, piece or parcel of ground situate in the City of Newport News. State of Virginia, known anu designated by the lot No. 30. in block Nu. 2'.M, as shown on a map entiled. "Map of Part of the City of Newport News. Virginia." which map was duly recorded in the clerk's office of the Corporation Court of the City of Newport News. Vir? ginia, in plat book No. 1. at page ::. IN TRUST, to secure to F. w. Darl ing, executor of James S. Darling, de? ceased, the sum of $2.$.'52. evidenced by 7 negotiable notes dated 2*>th Se|c temher. tSSS, made by the said Wa ? ter Charulcy and payable to the order of F. w. Darliuk. executor of .James S. Darling, at 1he banking house of Schmelz Brothers. Newport Newi, Virginia. t> <X said notes being interest notes, and each i"r $?!>. and are pay? able, respectively, in 6. 12. IS, 24. M and 36 months from 2".th September. 19o">; and the other note being for the principle sum of $2.4<K) and pa> Blde I years after date. And default having been made ui ;-a\in? said notes, and being so in? structed to do by the holder i>f the notes remaining due and unpaid. I shall, on Satun.ay. the 21st day <?r May. ISM, offer said lot of land for sale at public auction to the hi-hest bidder for cash; sale to take place on the premises. No. 212 Tnirfy-fifth Street, City c:f Newport News. Vir? ginia, at 12 o'clock M of tha* date; balance due being $2.I<h< with in? terest fiom 2.0h March. 1909. w. w. WOODWARD. C. h. IIEWINS. Trustees. i;.\:; i:et i * west. aaaMtraenam May 9th. 1910. W-12 14 1.-17 19 21 TRUSTEES' SALE. By virtue of that certain iWcd ut trust recorded in the clerk's office of the Corporation Court of th- city of Newport News. Virginia, in d"rd book :'.*.. at i>a;e 4::v default having been made in the payment of the note therein secured, at the request of t|?? t>cncnriary Hierein secured, t shall m i. at public auction at the front eoor of the : our! house. Newport News. Virginia, at IS o'clock noon. MONOAV. MAY 30th. 1910. the following described lot of ;and. wlih Improvements. All that certain lot of land, known and designated a - lot Number Twelve fl.i. In block No. one bttndred and thirteen 1113?. on p certain asap entitled. Map of Part of the City of Newport New?. Virginia." recorded in plat book 1. page 3. In the clerk's other of the I'-orporatlon t'ourt of Newport New;. In ALLAN D JONES. JS. Trustee STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING. The annual mc< tmc of the ?lock soidcr.? of the Warwick Printing o In. will be hel-| at the onV - of he com pan v. 12? Twenty-sixth street. ri?r~!?? tune 14. 19ie. at s p ej . for be transaction of strea baelni ut as war propel 1v come before uM meet t~ L E PEGU. Secretary. May 14. lfie.