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ITS DROP LAST TO THE ROANOKES lalvc's Unslcadincss al Critical Pcriotls Rcspoiisiblc for Dc feat of Richmond. rEAM NOT UP TO STANDARD _ocals Sw.it thc Ball for Ninc llits, but All Are Well Sc.ittcrctl. 1 VE-TEItUA VS II KS-I.TS. Bonnoke, I ; Blchmond, 2. Danvllle, Bi l'orlsinotith, 2. Lynchburg-Norfolk (rain), TO-IJAY.- (1AM US. -ynchbtirg nt Blchlnond. Danvllfe at Itoanolte. Norfolk nt Portsmouth. CHJII STANIHNtiS. Olul.'B. Won. Lost. P.C. Dnnvlllo . 1.'! 7 .650 rtibhmotWl . 11 8 .579 Lynohburg . 10 8 .550 llnntioke . 11 0 .550 Portsmouth . !) 12 .4 29 S'orfolk . .1 13 .188 [Speelnl to The TlmeH-DIspatch.] ROANOKE, VA., Mny 15.?Roanoko took the last of tlio sorles from Rleh mond thls nftoniDoii by a scoro of 1 lo 2. The game was Interruptod for twenty-flve minutoB In the Ilrst lnnlng by a heavy nhower of rain, wlilch aoon passed over, leaving the' grounds In falrly good condltlon. Tho Roanoko teant, though in a badly crlppled con? dition, put up a good framn In the fleld, nnd conneete.i sufely with Salve when hlts meant run?. Vornuelle, who went In In tho seoond lnnlng, gave no pnHses nnd pltchod n steady game. Blchmond put up a game whlch was not up to her Btand ard. Though she hns nlno safe hlts to her credlt, they were. scattred, nnd dld no dnrjinge. A beautlful tlirco-base hlt by KTrkpntrlok wns the feature. Tlie scoro: Itlcbmond. Players. ' A.B. R. IL O. A. E. Titman, rf. ' 0 2 1 0 0 Reevo. s?. 4 1 l 1 5 l Heffron, lf. 4 0 2 2 0 0 Wallado, cf.4 1 0 0 0 0 Klrkpntrlek. 3b. 4 0 2 2 0 0 O'Neil, 2b. 4 0 1 1 2 0 Bh.-tff-r. lb. 4 0 1 10 0 0 Hlnton. e:.4 0 0 ? 1 0 Salve. p. 3 0 0 1 3 2 ?Long . 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals .30 2 0 24 11 8 Honnoke. Players. A.B R. Rf. O. A. E. Lohr. cf. 4 1 1 1 0 0 Euiilace, ss.2 0 12 11 Curtls, lf. 4 0 2 2 0 0 Bateman, 2b. 3 0 0 2 3 0 Morrissoy, 3b. 4 0 0 4 10 Morrlson, rf. 4 0 0 6 0 0 Met_, lb. 3 1 1 8 0 0 Cote, c. 2 1 0 1 1 0 Reynolds, p. 0 0 0 0 1 0 yc-rnuelle, p. 3 1 0 0 2 0 Totals .29 4 5 27 9 1 ?Battod 0->r Salve ln nlnlh. Scoro by innlngs: R. Roanoke . 1 0 0 03 0 0 0 ??4 Rlchmond . 200 0 00 00 0?2 Summary: Three-bnse hli?Klrkput rlck. Snrrlflce hlt?Eiistace. Stolen bases?Lohr. Eustuce. Struck out?hy Vernuelle. 1; by Salve, 4. Bnse on balls?ofT Salve, 3. IVIId pltch?Salve. Bnlk?Reynolds. Time, 1:40. Umplre, Truby. Attondnnce, 500. PORTSMOUTH CANT SOLVELAVENDER NORFOLK, VA., M?y 15.?Lavender's oxceptional work ln the box und the batting of tbe Danvllle team were tho features of Danvllie'o defeut of Ports mouth by 5 to 2. The fleld work of the Truckera wns very god, but tho batting was poor, only one hlt belng made by them during tho entire ganic. Catcher Ryan, of Dnnvlllo. caught _ fler'ce out-shoot on hls bare hand In tho fifth inlng, and although ho pre vented a wlld pltch, ho was forcod to rotlro, hls flnger bolng spllt. O'Con? nor, who replaccd him, hnndled La? vender's delivery woll. Rynn's injury la a seven.' one, nnd wlll keep him out of tho game for several daya, ^rul pos slbly weeks. Tho scoro: Portmuoutb. Players. AU. R. H, O. A. E. Warren, 3b....4 0 0 0 2 0 Lawrenco, 2b., 4 0 0 2 2 0 Butman, lb. 4 0 0 10 1 1 Loos, rf. 4 0 0 0 1 0 Sullivan, cf. 4 0 0 4 10 Mohk, ss.-2 10 0 2 1 Cassldy, lf. 3 0 0 2 0 0 Martln, c. 3 0 0 9 0 0 Rovcllo, p.,., 3 1. 1 0 2 0 Totals .31 2 1 27 11 2 I'liuvlllo. Players. AB. R, H. O. A. E. Hegy, hs. 4 2 2 1 3 1 Uoylo, 2b. 5 1 0 1 2 1 McKovltt, rf. 5 0 4 1 0 C Powell, lf. 6 1 2 2 0 C Hlcks, 3b. 3 0 1 1 0 C Honti, cf. 3 0 2 1 1 C Bowen, lb. 4 0 0 8 0 1 Ryan, c. 2 0 0 6 0 ( O'Conor, c. 3 1 0 0 2 1 Lavender, p. 3 1 0 0 2 3 Totals .30 5 lj -7 1 I Score by Inlngs: r Danvllle .0040100 0 0?I Portsmouth .oooooiio 0?: Stimary; Two-buBo hlts?Rovollo McKovltt und Hon. Stolen bnsas? Warren, Ilutman, Loos, Moss, ,2_. Hao rlflco hlts?Doylo. llasoB on balls? Rovollo, 4; Lavender, 2. Strlko-outs? Revollo, 0; Lavender, 12. Doubb plays?Livwrenoo to Butman; Sulllvni to Mart|n; llenn to Reggy. Pnssei bnll?O'Connor. Tlme, 1:50. Umplre Btanton. Attendance, 2,000, SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE .Im-kKoiivilli", 3) Coliiiiiblu, 0, .TACKSONVILL1S, FLA., May 15. Both pitchers twlrled brllllnntly to-t|a> /Tho foaturo was the fast work of Mc Lellan, at short, nnd ltls worlc on th 1)8868, Scoro by innlngs: R. H, li JackBonvlllo .. 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 ??3 6 Columbla.00000000 O?O 4 llattorloB: Stult- and Both; Whlt nnd Hawklns and Bmlth. Time, 1:3 Umplre, Mnco. riiiirU-Hlon, 4| Mncoil, it. MACON, GA., May 15.?Charlostn won froni Mncon in a alow gamo, Davl put Haymond nnd Murdoch off tli grounds. Booro by innlngs: R. II. 1 Macnn .2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0?3 5 Charloston .... aoiiooooo?l 12 Bnttorlos: Louicks and Roblnsoi '.Tohnson nnd Rolslnger. Timo, 1:B Umplre, DiivIh, AiiKiiHt'b (1) Kiivminnli, 1 SAVANNAH. Muy 15.?Augusta tot tho closing' K'lino of tho serles wl1 caso, Doxter eloaring iho full hasos tlio fourth w(th n tljroo-lwise hlt. Scoro by lnnlnsa: R. IL Bavannah ..00010000 0?J 0 Augusta ...0 0 0 '1 0 0 0 1 1?0 8 Untterlos: WIIIIb nnd Kalkoff; Sohoi and Bvers. Timo, 1:15. Umplre, Flt slmmonii'. ? ? CIII3W CAN'T COMH ?VV HI'.l'.U'KI* Ol* THN UA1 LYNCHBURQ, VA? May 15.?Ra bognn fallin_- thls afternoon shortly b foro l o'clock, und tho last tramo wi ( Norfolk was post'joned. \HEAD IN PI HREE STRAIGHT FOR THE CUBS ew York Giants Dcfeat Cincin nali Rcds in a Closc Contcst. OSTON W!MS IN THE TENTH t. Louis Cardinals Baiely Able to Beat tbc Misfit Dodgcrs. NAT10NAL LEAGUE VESTIsKDAY'S 1LI3SURTS. I'hiladelphia, 2; Clllcago, 1. Now Vork, -1; Clnelnnutl, .'1. Rrooklyn, 3; St. Rouls, 4, Roston, 2; Rlttsburg, 1 (ten lnnlngs) TO-DAV'S (iAJIHS. 'hlcngo at Roston. St. Louls at New York. Clnclnnatl at Rhlladelphln. Rlttsburg at Ri-ooklyn. Clubs. AVon ?lew Vork. 21 MiIciiko . 20 ?hlhulolphia ...... 12 Tttsburg . 11 ioston. 10 'inclnna tl . U t. Douis . D irooklyn . 3 Cubs Take Thlrd Slrnlght. PHILADELP1IIA, May 10.?Clllcago nade It three stralght from Phllndel >hla to-day by. scorlng four runs In .ho fourth Innlng by bunchlng hlts. Score by lnnlngs: R. 11.' E. Clllcago ...000400 00 0?4 10 0 ??hlladclphla.O 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0?2 8 2 Battftries: Brown and Kllng; Plt Inger, Kparks and Dooin. Tlme, 1:40. Jinpires, Johnslonu and Klem. IlevIluVi lllt Wlntd NEAAr YORK, May 15.?Mlnnahan ln tho ninth lnning gave three bases on balls, nnd Devlln's hlt sent in a run, whlch won tho game for New York, 4 to 3. Hcore by lnnlngs: R. II. E. Jlnclnnatl ..00100020 0?3 6 2 New York..O 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2?4 C C Ratterlos:\ Mlnnahnn and Dahlen; Arrics, AVIltAe and IJowerman. Tlme, 2:05, Umplrc, Rlgler. Fluln-rty'B I'llcliliiK Ite?|ioiinllile ROSTON, May 15.?The pitchlng of Flalicrty and the flolding of Braln and Rltchey preventod Rlttsburg from scorlng untll the nintli, wblle the bat llng of Iloward and Bcaumont won the game ln the tentji. Score by lnnlngs: R. II. E. Boston ...00 0 000100 1?2 li 0 Pl.ttsburg.0 00000001 0?1 0 3 Rutteries: Klaherty and Necdliam; Leevo'r and Glbson. Tlme. 1:51. Um pires, Emslle and Carpcnter. Stony McGlynn In Form, RROOKLYN. N. Y., May 15.?St. Rouls wound up its series by defcating Rrooklyn to-day, 4 to 3. The local batters could not do much with Mc Gly.nn. Score by innlngs: R. H. E. St. Louis_0 10 0 10 0 2 0?4 7 2 Brooklyn ..0 02000 10 0?3 3 1 Ratteries: Brown, McGlynn and Marshall: Rucker and Butlcr. Tlmo, 1:58. Umplrc, O'Day. AMERICAN LEAGUE YESTERDAY'S UESULTS AVashington-Chlcago; wot grounds. St. Rouls, 5; Philadolphla, 8, Detroit-Now York; postponed; raln. Clevoland-Boston; postponed; raln. TO-DAV'S GAMES. AVashington at Chlcago. New. York at Detroit. Boston at Cleveland. Phlladclphla at St. Louls. CLRH STANDINGS. Clubs. AVon. Lost. P.C. Chlcago .'.. 17 S .GS0 Detroit . 18 9 .591 Claveland .14 11 .560 New York . 12 10 .545 Rhlladelphla .,12 10 .545 Boston . 0 13 . .-100 AVashington . 7 13 .350 6t. Louls . 7 19 .209 Dygert Siivck the Day. BT. LOUIS, May 16.?St. Rouls had a lead of fivo runs to-day when Phlla relphla put Dygert ln to pRch. The locals wero unable to solvo hlm, wblle the visltors hlt Ilowell hard and won 0Ut- -~ TT ,-, Scoro by lnnlngs: R. H. L, St. Rouls . 3 2000 00 0 0?5 12 2 Philadolphla .. 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 3?S 13 0 Batterlos: Howel), Spencer, Huclow and Stevens; Coombs, Vtckers, Dygert and Scbreck. Timo, 2:13. Umplro, Sherldan. , i - I VUHMC SCHOOL LEACUJE. Cnulrul "Oefents AVost End; Mndtson For felts to .Mnrshnll. TEAM STANIUNGS. Clubs. Won. Lost. TC. Leiih . 4 0 .1000 Central . 4 0 .1000 Marshall . J 1 12' Eubtt . I i .??' We?l End. 3 3 .400 Randolph . 0 s .ooo Rprlngneld . ' ' -''" Madlson . 0 4 .0l)n Tlio gamo BchedalMl for yesterday aftor? noon betwocn Mndlson nnd Marshall In tlio publlc School llaneball I.eague won fortelted to tho lattH'r bi' a score of 0 to 0. In the socond gnmo Central defcatcd Wc End In an Inturostlng gamo by 7 to- 2. Grlggs pltched a falrly good gnmo for tho losora, but was glvon poor support. Tlio scoro by lnnlngs: IV AVost End.0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0?2 Contral .0 4 020010 ??7 Th? games sot for tho 10th nnd 28th wlll bo plnyed on tho Ohrlst Chureh AsRoelatlon grounds*. Sprlngllold hns tnken tho plnce Of tho Ealrmonnt teain. Boslrtos tho rog. lllarly ?eheilulad prnta, tho followlng post ponod contestn will bo played at such tlnu nnrl plnco as Is muttuilly ngreert upon l>j the compHllnH lenms: Tlnndnlnh vs. Sprlng flolcl and Madlson vs. Randnlph. As over} team hn? slgnod an ngronrnaiu to Ihilsh ou1 tho soason It la fully oxpeotvd that all wll rnmnln In tho loaguo untll tho ond, wln oi loso. Followlng Is the remalnlnp scheduli of gnmes: Muy 10?Rolgh vs, fiprlngfleld. May 17?Central va. ICIba. Mny 20?AVost Kncl vs. Sprlngnold. May 21?.Madlson vs. Elhn. May 23?Mnrshnll. vs, Randolph, Mny 23?helifh vh. Contral. Mny 24?AVost End vs. Elba. May 37?T.olgh vs, Hnndotph. Mny 28?Mnrshnll vs. Contral. Mny 20-?Madlson vs. Sprlpg-fleld, ERI> DU'l'TS l-OSES 'I'O YOIJ.VU I'ETUR JAC'KSOIN | [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.J NORFOLK, VA., May 15.?Ed Uutts, of Norfolk, lost a hanl fqugh battlo to Young Poter Jacksnn, th pub'Hlat from Uultlmoro, In four rutmcl of Ihroo mlnutos oach, Tho flght wa ptilled off at C'lmrllo Codd's placo, n (,'ooko Aveiiuo, Extendiul, Portsnioutl ut 2 o'clook thls movning, and a laru amomit of monoy la sald to hnv changod hands, Tho t'loclslon wu glvon to JatiUsoii on u foul, iUIHouk ho had tho bosl of lt thcoughout th flght'.' Tho puglllsto dlvided tho purt of n.000, tho wlnnor gott|ng sUty pt "?>ent> ? . ', . Jftckson wlll now go to Knglond l flght Sam Rangford, of Boston, at tl Natloiml Bportlng Club, ln. London. KUblNlAUb UULUJVUN WNNING TWTKT.ER I'lTCHBIl bAVUMIKII, Hio yenterilny b<-ld thu I'ortxmoutli tenm fo oue lonely hlt. 10 BETWEEN TAKES HAND1CAP EVENT lis Easy Defcat of Tokalon GREAT SUCCESS Sportiest of All Virginia Horse Shows Closes in Blaze of Glory. ATTENDANCE IS EXCELLENT Over Oiic Hundrcd Entrics Are Juclgcd?Ju'mping Classes Are Best. tSpcclal to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.] KE8W1CK, VA., May 16.?Tho day ls llnlsbud and wlth It tlio Keswlck Horse Sbow for 1907. All agreo that it was u great sllccesB. , The uttetidauco was e.xcellent und blglily roprosontatlvo of thls very llne dOCtlon of Vlrglnlu. Thls show Is per haps tho sportiest of all tlio Virginla shows, glvlng no priacs, but rlboons and Bhowlng ,tho |iighe)it sp<lrt.lng splrlt by buth attendunce und entrlos. Tho ontrlos woro 130, and tlie Jumplng classes as flnc ns any In Amerlca. Below ls a llst of wlnners Makes Him a Favonte in Brooklyn. SEPOY BREAKS A RECORD 3oes Four and a Half Furiongs in Fifty-Two Seconds Flat. NEW Y'ORK, May 15.?By wlnnlng he mlle nnd a furlong handicap at Bel ncnt Park to-day, in tho fast timo of :52 4-5. Go Between establlshed hls Ight to bo chiflsed among tho favor teH for tho Brooklyn Handicap, to bo ?un next Monday. He carrled l'-'O >ounds, and won by thrce-quarters of l length from Tokalon. / Sepoy broko tho track record for our nnd a half furiongs, when he won ;he seeond race in ilfty-two seeond ^at. Flve favorites won. First raco?selllng; flve and a half "urlongs stralght?Edna Jackson (S to 1) flrst, Tom McOrath (7 to )) socond, Royal Onyx (15 to 1) thlrd. Tlme, 1:07. Seeond race?four and a half fur? iongs stralght?Sepoy (8 to 5) flrst, Sevmour Beautler (6 to 1) seeond, Rinlto (15 to 11 thlrd. Timo, :52. Thlrd raco?The Bouquet Stakos; selllng; llvo furiongs stralght?Ella O'Nolll (3 to 1) first, Laughing Eyos (20 to 1) seeond. Mask and Faces (10 to 1) third. Tlme, 1:00. Fourth race?steeplechase; about two mlles?T. S. Martin (1 to 1) flrst, Sheriff Williams (10 to 1) socond. Sir Tristan (G to 1) thlrd. Tlme, -1:07 2-5. Flfth race?mlle and a furlong?Go Between (0 to 5) first, Tokalon (2 to 1) seeond, Alpenmarchen (25 to 1) third. Tlme, 1:52 4-5. Sixth race?selllng; seven furiongs; maln course?Sir Toddlngton (3 to 1) flrst, Right Royal (5 to 1) socond, Cloisteress (10 to 1) third. Time. 1:20 2-5. ANCIENT CAPTURES DEBUTANTE STAKE LOUISVILL1C. KY., May 15.?Anclent won tho Dubnnte Stakos at hulf-miie ln the mud to-day at Churchlll Downs, from Woodlune, the favorlte, and Black Mary. The hitherto unbeaten Mulliti Montroso ran disappolntingly. Tho thlrd race - was declared off on account of scrntchos, and a selllng af? falr at six furiongs put on ul-~tho end of the card. Not a favorlto won. YVeather clear; traclc sloppy. Sum. innries: Flrst race?selllng, mile?Spongo Cako (2.0 to 1) ilrst, Quugga (3 to 1) socond, Druion (8 to 1) thlrd. Timo, 1:45 2-5. Seeond" raco?selllng, six furiongs? Harold 1). (6 to 11 Ilrst, Devout (5 to 2) seeond, Gamberlnus (8 to 1) third Time, 1:18 2-5. . Third raco?Declared off. Fourth raco?Tbe Dobutanto, $2,000 added, four furiongs?Anclent (S to 1) lirst, YVoodlane (2 to 1) socond, Black Mary (8 to 1) third. Timo, :49 3-fi. Fifth race?free atoepluchaso, handi? cap, full coume?Estorjoy (5 io 2) lirst, Llghts Out (7 to 1) socond, Creo lln<5 to 2) thlrd. Timo, .'1:59. Sixth race?selllng, mlle and tliree olghths?Troncln. (4 to 1) ilrst, Lady Goodrleh (10 to 1) seeond, Ponsoluca (8 to 5) third, Timo, 2:27. Sovonth raco?selllng, six furiongs? All Ablas-o (15 to 1) ilrst, Or, Wontkor thlrd! Tln^Tlc-sl^"^"0" ? t0 l> SOUTHERN LEAGUE Moiiigoinery, m New Orlt-nnn. 1. NEYV ORliEANS, LA? Muv 15,~Thc locnls' errors, togother wlth a hlt, al? lowed tho viHltors to scoro tho wlnnlne run in tho eighth. h Scoro by Innings: \\, xi ej Montgnmory ... 01 000001 0?2 5 * Now'Orlenhs... . 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?1 D ; Battorlos! Muxwell und Souuaugh Frlty. nml Mutthows. Tlme, J;JJ6; nm. ptro, Rlnu. NiiNlivllli', T| .MmiipIiU, ii, MEMP1I1H, TENN., May IG.?Surrell for tho visltors, htfkl thu loculs to foui hlts to-duy, nnd Momphls wus unabh to scoro. Scoro by Innings; H. 11. e Nashvillo .0 2 -l 1 0 0 0 0 0?7 II Memphls .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0 -l Buttorles: Horrell and llardy; Cristal and Hurlburt. Tlme, 1:55. Uinplroi Huddorhuiu nud Uuckctt. > iklrniliigliuiii, S| .Shrevt'iMirl, ll. SHRIOVEI'OHT, LA., Mny 15.?Wll heiin hold SJirOVOPOrt Bufu to-day un Ul nlnth innliitf, when thoro wus biilting riilly, Hcriru by lnnlng: H, jr, j, Ulnnlngliiim.2 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 1?S 11 Hlirevcport. .1 0 0 0 0,0 (I U 5?0 i) Batterles; Wllholm and Ouvlf Hrecker, Ornliam und Riipp,'Tlme, tw hours, llmplro, Hlyimer. Alliinlli, 1; Lillie Itni'k, ;i, f.ITTI.1'1 ROCK. ftlu'y 15--Athuiiu dc femert hlttlo Roidi nftor u .Itortl fougl guiiiu to-day. Hooru by lnnlng: R. H, l Llttlo Rock.O 0 0 3 0 0 10 0?3 0 Atlanta _0 0 10 10 0 0 a?I 8 IlnttorleH] I.akalf, J'lylur anil Zln bjer"; Custleton, JSeller andSnilth. Tinn 2:00. Umplro, Pl'onnlnger, llss sauio tjUBii; xmro, ueiuiiiHiu, xm ,-ard Smith. ' Class i?horses Bultablo to become a unter, three-year-old soon to bo shown inder- saddlo?First, Robln Grcy, Cus lo Hill Htock Farm: Second, Boro [Ueen. Oeorge B. Goodyenr; Thlrd, ilue Bolls, Jullan Morrls; Fourtli, 'retty Mald, Castle Hill Stock Fnrm. Farmers' Class?horses enterod ln thls duss must bo sultable X?r use In , larness under saddlo and general farm vork and havo long talls, to ho shown } o vehicle, first threo* unharnessed In , be rlng, and shown under saddles, no ihtrance fee?First, Pllot, Mrs. B. S. lorne; Second, Moses. C. F. Omohundro; rhlrd, Totnmy, W. T. Rnnkln; Fourth, ^kvrocket, E. H. Joslln. Class 13?best galted saddle horso? -Irst Blackheart, 13. .1. Warde; Second, 3ay Boy, John F. Payne; Third, Gold Iniier. A. B. Everett. Class. 9?best singlo harness horse (?"IrM, Montlcollo, E. J. Ward; Becond Driole, Murray Boocock; Thlrd, Bobo llnk", Murray Boocock. Class 15?best pony not exceodlng thlrteen and ono-half hunds, to bo rldden by a child under fifteen years if nge?First. Don. Mlss Ellzaboth Holmos; socond. Mlschlof. Mrs. Murrny Boocock: thlrd. Hlgh Ball. E. J. Ward; fourth, Buokahot, Georgo B, Goodyoar. Class C?bost pnlr roadsters?First, Cocll and Estelle, C. M. Wood & Co. Clnss IS?llghtwolgbt huntors for horses up to carrylng 160 poundB ovor Jump not to nxceed four and ono-half fect?Flret. Keswlck, E. H.Weatherbre; second, MIbs Engllsh, J. M. Allen; thlrd, Bkyrocket, E. H, Jonlln: fourth, Pretty Mald. CaBtlo Hill Stock Farm. Clnss 17?heayy nnd mlddloweight hunters for horses up to 180 pounds, ovor luinps not oxceedlng t'our and ono-linlf fect?First, Davld Gray, Jullan Morrls; second. Storni Klng. Georgo Slnn: thlrd. Gronlte. Murray Booeock. Class 20?bQBt ladlea hunter, mannors especially to bo ronsldered. ladles to ride?First. Keswlck, E. H. "Weathor bre: socond, Mlss Engllsh, J. M. Allen; third, Davld Gray, Jullan Morrls; fourth, St. I^oonardino. B. S. Horne. Iluut Clniof. Class 21?hunt clubs organized over regulation jumps, huntsman and whlps move teams. appolntmemnta to count thirty per cent., conformation and qunllty thirty per cent, performnnce forty per cent.?First Keswlck Hunt Club- second. Charlottosvlllo Hunt Cluh; thlrd, Bluo Run Hunt Club. Class 8?best palr harness horses? First, Orlole and Bobollnk. Murrny Boocock; second, Actor and Acrobnt, Dr. C. J. Ingersoll. Class 12?Saddlo Horaos, Walk. Trot nnd Canter?First, Irlsn' Rose, E. H. Weatherbrc: second, PrlnoesB Oharm Inir Castle Hill Farm; thlrd, Crayon, O C. Anderson; fourth. Oakland, Jullan aiorrls. Class 7?Best Singlo Runabout? First. Boulah. Mlss SallioPugh ?soc? ond. BUhop Wllmor, E. J. Ward; thlrd, Hopo Mlss Balllo Pugh; fourth, Nancy Purdv, Georgo B. Goodyoar. Class 11?Best Ladles' Harness Horse ?First. Artol, Castle Hill Stock Farm; second, Orlole, Murrny Boocock; thlrd, Pllot,-Mrs. B. S. Homo. Clnss 19?Fro for all; porformnnce onlv to count, ovor regulntton Jumps? First, Davld Gray, Jullan Morrls; soc? ond,-Mlss Engllsh, J. M. Allen; thlrd. Skvrocket. E. H. Joslln. Thls clnss carrled wlth lt the Boocock oup. Much dlssatis'faction was manlfosted over this decislon. and It was wldoly con tended tlint Mlss Engllsh, tho property of J. M. Allen, of Chlcago, should havo won after her magnlflcont perform? nnce. rinss io?Best Runabout Horso? First, Arlel, Cnstlo III11 Stock Farm; Booond, Hlawathn, A. g. Bunch; thlrd, Top-Noteh, Grafton D. Pnyno: foiDj.h, Pllot, B, S. Hornc Clnss 14?Best Comblnatlon Horse to bo Shown to n Vohlelo? First, thon un harhesse'd ln the rlng nnd shown under saddlo. First, Klohdyko; Jullan Mor? rls; second, Prlncv bnnn, E. J. Ward, thlrd. Gray Klng, Grafton Payne fourth, Orlole, Murray Boocock. Clnss 1C?Bost hunter that has boen regularly und fnlrly liunted behlnd tht Keswlck hounds, scasons of l?0b inu 1907, conformation to count r.o poi per cent., perforniiinro to count 60 poi cent. First, . Keswlck, E. H. Weath. oi-bro; second. Easter Hunday E. H. Jos? lln; fourth, Davld Oray, Jullan Morrls ? ??? MH.lTAIiy I.NSTITI"I'M DKPEATS KENTUCKY rXlVKUSITV TI3AB' (Hpoolat to Tlie Tlinus-lMsjiatcli,! I.EX1NGTON, VA.. May ln.?Tho Vlr glnla Mllltary fristltuto th s aftornooi dofnit.Mi 'Contral Unlyerslty of. -Kon tueky by 7 to 1. Davault'J mugnllcon nltolllns was tho foHturo Mr tho lnstl tuto, Ilo ullow.-d but one hll unj struck out tourtobn men. llaln. whtoj felt at lutorvuls during -tho gan O, p o vented clou.li lieldliiK- T\U '" V*> ca dots' biHt gnnie Of tlio sepon. Scoro by Innlngs: , A - ?? ?? ' Contral Unlv....-0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0?1 1 V i\l 1 .0 3 13 0 0 0 0 *?7 n Biittorles:- Hai'por nnd Arnold; De vuult und Byrd. ? , . Contvul UnlvorHlty plays Washlngto and ]M to-mori'ow. WIUou, t'Jl Tiirbnro, I. [Spoclal to Tho Tlinns-nispittoh.] Wll.SON, N. C. May 15.---1u u ver lnlnrstlng ganre pli?v<;?l nt >??}"? Hprlngs flils nfti-rnoon Wl son dofoate Tiirioro ''>' Vi ia '' "".?|V',,luri,H JYW thu suporb liltcblng of Taylor und tli homc run by Bmlth. AlOT crowd . (.ntlinnlustlc fmiH from W Up.n and t surroundlnw country wltnoKiiod tl gunic SIIHIIlfOU IVIll^. [BpoQini to ThuTlnics-Dliiputi-.h.J STAIJNTON, VA., May 16.?Siuuntc Mllltary Acitdouiy won lt? Hovmith poi socutlvo gunic here tbls uHernoon, W-V? it dffeutod Mlllor'.s Hchool by 5 to Muxwoll, In th.< box for tlio humn tcin was lnvlncibh-. Dooni, for tho vlnltoi also pltchod greut bult, Straw Hats, 50c up to $6.00 .Every ncAV stylc and sliape is here for your choosing, JMilans, Split Draid, Macki naws and Importcd PanatRas. Siiappy styles for young men and numcrous sliapcs for men of quiet tastcs. Our linc cm braces Str.-nv Hats to suit any face, and every size, no mat tcr how large or small, can be found here. W PLQT TO K1LL THED'HI Secret Service Men in Phila delphia to Guard Him While There. [Speclal to Tho Timos-Dlspatch.] PHILADELPHIA, May 15.? Kearlng tn attaclc on hls person by Black Hand nombers ln Philadelphla, many of .vliom aro known to be. anarchlsts of ho most radical type, secret servico T\en wlll exorolso the utmost caro ln safeguarding the Dukc d'Abruzzl, com mandcr of tho vlsltlng It'RIon Avar floot, when ho arrlves horo Frlday morning wlth hls staff, aboard tho ilag dilp A'arcse, convoyod by the cririsor Etrurla. Tho duke and hls party wlll romaln in Philadolphla untll Sunday, when they wlll leavo for New York. A clash botwoen Itallan anarchiBts and. the clty pollco ls llltely to occur Sunday, when a group of the formor propose to hold a mass-meetlng down town to protest against the comlng to thls clty of a member of Italy's royal famlly. Promlnent Itallans, It is sald, wlll resent thls action upon tho part of some of thelr countrymen, and wlll ask DIrector Clay to prcvent tho meet ing, out of respect for the royal visltor. DeicctlvvM Wlll l?c Numerous. Though thore ls every likellhood of tho dako and hls staff romalnlng aboard tho flagshlp durlng thoir stay, secret service men Avill bo aboard to look over all vlsltors and aneure them selves that nelther tho dlutlngulshod royallst or hls staff aro harrr.od. Tho duke's welfare wlll bo lookod nftor by Matthow Oriffln. of tho ?iecrot service statlon hore. wlth a score of operatlves, in addition to Plnkarton and clty detectivea. Tho govornmont ls reported to bo much dlsturbod over Black Hand rcports enianntlr.g from this clty ln the last month. The duko wlll bo constantly under guard. Because of unusual actlvlty on the part of sevoral well-known cliaracters downtown recently, Chlef AVIlkle has determlned to adopt un? usual precautlons.- Qrltlln leturned to Philadelphla last nlght from AVa3hlng ton. He decllned to say anythlng about tho vlslt of tho duke, and would not ovon admlt that govornmont dotec tlves would havo tho royal vlaitor under wntch when he came ?tq town. From a semt-o(llclal sourcc lt wat learnod last nlght that alrondy twe threatonlng lottors. gent from_ this clty have been recelved by a. seeretary U tho duke. JOHN BOCKEFELLEB I (Contlnuod from First Pago.) tlio Chesapeako and Ohlo, and fron members of th ecommlsslon themsolvo; btought out the whole story, Itogerw Out of Coal. Mr. Pago first tustlllod us to th' ownorshlp of the Loop Crook Coal Com pany. Ho sald that was owned by th Giiuloy Crook Coal Company, whos atock In turn was owned by tho lielr of tho Abvam S. Ilowltt ostata, Lov P. Morton and lilmsolf, thoy ownln, one-lutlf Interest, and tho other hal was owned by ll. II. Rogara and an other man, II o sald, howovcr, that Mi Rogora had dlsposed of hls holdlngs I i tho coal property and was now ln [ tcrosted only ln tho railroad. Itct sald that ho had never slgnod bond; that ho know that nono ha been lssued:as yot, though tho pro per^y ls to be mortgagud ln a fo< weeks, Ho testllled that ho had ln hl pocket n lettor of credlt on tho Intoi natlotml Trust Company, of J3ostoi for $18,000,000, and thut his drafts o that trust company had umountud t $20,000,000, and yot ho could not aweu who luul put lt thore, and furthoi moro thut ho dld not porsnuatly kno nny ono conneoted wlth tho Instltutln nnd If ho went Irtto Its placo of bus ness to get a clio'ck cashod, ho woul havo to bo Idontlllod. Uo sald tlu ho had nothlng to oonooal; that It wi hls Informatlon that II. I[. Rogors lu 0it.iin.-i.nl tho road, though he dld tn know wliot'P Rogers had gotten tl monoy. He sald that on Aprll.22d, tl Tldewntor and Dti'Pwiitor roada lu been cousolldated aud capltal stoi ainouiitlng to $3:1,500,000 had boun ai tliorl',5e(l. only it FUurohetul Asked whethor he thotiKht thoro w any ono back of Mr. Rogers, ho sa that thorn inlglit ho, hul that ho d not profoss to know a thlng about Uo sillfl thut ho was only a llgui-ohe uh pretiidont uf tho roud, nnd owned 1 tlo or no Htook ln It, but dld qnj eouiiilontlul rolatlons wlth the 111 wlui are llnanelng It. Hpoaklng about thn Incuptiou of t entorprlso, ho sald that It was 1 tho orlKlual iiitontlnn nl' tho poo) ownlng thn Virglniun railroad to bu to tUluvvatur, but to builtl only a slu llno coniiocllng the Norfolk and AVe; ui'U and thn Oli'.Hupealtc nnd Ohlo. T Ohesnpetike and Ohlo, howovor,. <hu not, and would not, ui't'orl hls 1160J By Oreon Real Estnte . AUCTION SALI3 OP MAli No. 2308 W, LOT 38 BY 170 1" On Thursday, May 16, 1( on tho premlsos, wo wlll offer tho above houso, tho walla bolng of unimttnl thlclt There are ten (10) largo rooms of g boon handsomoly pnporod and palnted ll The houae ls glvon a niOBt nttractb Bplendld onk trees thnt completoly surr west of tho houso o(Tor3 an exoellont or houae. Thoro Is n stable on thc lot. Very llberal terms can be arranged. By A. J. Chew _ Real Estate Agent At tho request of tho owner, who h: salo at publlc auction, upon tho premis THURSDAY, MAY" 10, 11 That Attractive and _: Dwelling, 20 Thls most desirable resldenco ls about ton rooms, convenlontly nrra overy rcspoct. Llghted by gaa and home and profltablo lnvoBtment neu TERMS: Easy and announced at s A. J. C an outlot, and tho Vlrglnlan rallroad haa been the result. What Other Itonds Dlil. He said that the Chesapeako and Ohlo and tho Norfolk and WoBtern, through Presldents Stevens and John? son. had offerod him every sort of proposltlon lf ho would not go to tldo water, and had offered to lmndle hls trafllc on practlcally hls own terms lf ho would not go to tldewater. He Baid that he know they could not come up to such a contract, and that con sotiuontly the road was built on through to tldowator. He said that tho Chesapeako and Ohlo ls to-day playing tho dog ln t\: m|ngor; that it ls to-day doveloplng slx now coun? tles, whon Its facllltles are confessodly Inadequato to handlo tho output of thc countles It now gets coal from. Ctin't Get I-'iiulpiitent. Mr. Pago atated that flve years ago hr wos shlpplng 400,000 tons of coal o year, but that now ha could get eciuip ment from thQ Chesapeako and Ohlo tc shlp only 100,000 tons. Ho sald that it was his convlctlon thnt tho rallroat mileage of Vlrglnla and West Vlr? glnla could both bo doublod, and thu' Btlll all the trafllc soeklng an outle could not flnd lt. Ho said that rlglv now the Chosapealce and Ohlo canno handlo half the businesB comlng to lt and yet lt ls soeklng to koep ovorj other road out of the fleld. Mr. Page sald that ho thought tha he could produco documontary evldonc to provo that ho had brought m-or capltal Into tho States of Vlrglnla nn West Vlrglnla than any othor ono ma had ever done. To tho Great Lnkct. After ho h_- ;-?;oncludod hls testl mony, Mr. Page statod that It wa tho ultimate plan to cxtond tho Vlr glnlnn rallroad through to the Groa Lakes. In vlow of the testlmony of Mr. Pagi lt is belleved that tho man back a Mr. Rogers ls .lohn D. RockoCellot It is ovldent that to carry the projoc through to the Great Lakes wlll re qulre a great deal more money tha Mr. Rogers can put up hlmself. Tho distanco from D/epwater, W Va., the western termlnus of the Vlt glnian rallroad, to Sowoll's Point, th eastern termlniiB, ls 440 mllos. Th distance of tho Chosapeako and C-hl between Deepwator, XV. Va., and New port News ih 450 mllos. UOWIXNO I1ATTI.K.S. S. WelHiimn CapturoB lllub Score and T? Wboelers Mako Rent Averaae. Tho Amerlcan Locomotlve Works Leagt team played a very pretty and oxcltb gamo at tho Laka Alloys laat night hefore large orowd. S. Wolemun capturud hly Individual Bcore, anii M. Shnpherd hlg ave'rag-, wlth Iho Ton Wheelora' team enrr Ing off high team averago for tlio uvenln The -eorcs: PACIUTCB. Names. lst. 2d. 3d. Toti Ramos (CupU.UT 108 139 Alllson .104 84 126 Watkins .102 100 117 nionrel. 80 Its 81 Wilkes .100 84 82 Total .D03 501 D44?1,5 STEAM SHOVJ3L8. Is'amos. Ut. 2d. 3d. Tob Mlller (Capt.).134 130 110 M. Sheppard.104 101 119 Llghtner ....13S 130 144 XV. Shoppard. 00 110 33 Pylo . 8T 81 1ST Total .654 021 052?1,6 DREDOPS. Kamos. lst. ad. Stl. Tot Balonllno (Capt.).124 113 CIIIIIh .189 -'? McMurtry .138 N'omtrom . 00 Ball . 83 Total .JS0 TEN Wlll*KU*RH. Names. l?t. ]*OBter fCapt.).147 DUbort .141 114 Rnthenilteh .114 Smith .100 Wluomnn . 01 Total .r,9B 'l'o lliileb Gnp Suturdiiy. Tho nioonlight excurslon to bn c< duotad by the Young Men's Chrlst Aesoclation rbilui'tlny night of t wook promises to bo a big siicci Mnny of tho niembcrs und friends v go, und hundredH of vlsltors lu elty wlll want to go. The steamer 1 cahontas wlll loavo tho wharf at o'clock, nnd wlll mako Uio tilti do the liiatorio JainoH to jJutch utip Hon llutlef Cut. Thero wlll bo I musle nbonrd, Inoludlng tho Old So Negro Malo Quartetto, Real Estate For Sale, VUMilM.V l'AI(.*l lOlt SAI.U. The iimifiililoeiii I'AUM Ol" Tt'H W CPll Wii.l.lAM MAHTI-W ulliiiituil ln IU ??ounty. Vn., about IVi mllos from Itbi-ov Oil "lt N, u.ul W. ll. 11,1 830 V of wlil.lt nli.nti 4?0 m-i*?_ ln vlr_ln llm prlnclliiilly PdH ?nd I'lne; ihu itiiiiUiiIiii: uore? nro iiiiilei' eiiUlviitl.ni nn.l inhiptud urim-, Kiuin ?r tabttuoo. Wll) nelli atj n wl nr iubalvlilu lll tbrwo narll. u_ follow-: No I -Tlie llOMK Tl'AI'T, Cull?|Bt|llB 449 iioioi, ou whb'li Ih Bllimli'd l)UI -pl?i MANSIQN 11011813. known as "Mmsuu \'1h tlm imunl o.iili.ill.ll!iK?. uaviirill exun :ei hailBOU "'ol burna. N_, I -UI'* AOHIOa. Ka 3?ll" auukk. Hanh ?ulidlvlBbm contains ? piopni'tlot kiiii.nut of hotli t'iirin und 1 lilnirl lun.l. Mr. Byjor wlll l>o on promUes Mny nnd 22(1 i'?r ihe purimse of Inturviwv pi-oti|)fl('llv.' iniioliiisem nnd nIiowIiik iii-diiei-ty, l*.)f furlluir pai'tlruluri- uiipl: ADAMS >4 KYI.t'll. lll K. fluirlea Hlreul, Raltluiuru, M 'a-juiuo xjay, fk Redd, Uictionccrs, ?T STREET PROPERTY*", Main Street, BET TO ALLEY, H)7, at 6 o'Clock P. M., property, Thlg ls a splondidly-bullt 1CS8, iod pltch, whlch only recently havo iroughout. o nppearnnco by qulte a number of ttihd lt, and tho boautlful lawn to the portuntty for the erectlon of another GREEN & REDD, Auctionoors. ning Company, i and Auctloneers. ts dotermlned to soll, we wlll offer fnr 08, 107, nt 0 o'clock V. M. >ubstantial Brick 18 West Grace Street in an lilcnl locatlon, and contains iged, and ln perfect condltlon ln ilQCtrldty. Como and secure a model ;? Lee Mouuuicut. lio. HEYVNING COMPANY, Auctloneers. phone i3b6^" AUCTION SALE OF TJnclaimed Baggage. By dlrectlon of Mr. C. Lorraino, gen? eral bnggago agent of C. and 0. Railroad Co.. we will soll at our auctlon sales rooms, No. 018 East Brond Street THURSDAY, MAY 16TH, ' commenclng at 10:30 o'clock. at publio auctlon to pay storage and othor charges. about 35o pieces of Unclalmed Baggage. consistlng of Trunks, Valiscs, Dress Sult Cases. Packagos, etc. Salo posltlvo. Terma cash. THE VALENT1NE AUCTION CO., Auctloneers. *3Rade gJfc mnni VAUCTI0NC0; AUCTION SALE OF Hou^ehold Goods, Iron Bods,' Sprlngs. Mattresses, Bu reaus, Washstands, Refrlgerators, Cook Stoves, Uas Rangos, 2 Edlson Grapho. phones and Records, ono Horse, Clood wagon and Llcense, Show Case, floor display; YVardrobes, Iron Snfe, Parlor Cabinets, Parlor Suits, etc, TO-DAY', MAY 1BTH AT 10:30, at our auctlon houso, No. 16 North Seventh Stroet, THE STANDARD AUCTION CO. B. C. Buford, Managor and Salosman. Auction Sales?Future Days By McGulre & Casper, Real Eestate Auctloneers. At request of the owner. we wlll sell at auctlon, upon the premisc3, next SATURDAY', tho 18th day of May 1907 at 5 o'clock P, M. that valuable property known as Nos. 120 and 122 on YVest Codar Streot. Thls property U ln good repair and has threo good rooms and two porohes to each houso, nicely fenced in. Dimen slons, 50 by 250, just a few hundred yards eaat from tho Locomotlve YVorks. on n very destruble etovatlon, and have permanent rentera at a good rental. It will pay any one handsomely who doslros a good investment to bo at thls sale promptly. McGUIRE & CASPER, Real Estate Auotionoers, 7 1-2 North Eleventh St., Socond floor. - lly Sutton iS; Co., ? Real Estato Auctionoors. AUCTION ~SALE OF VERY VALUABLE AND OLD ESTAB L1SIIED SALOON PROPERTY, WITH LARGE ' BUILDING, LARGE GROUNDS. STABLE, ETC., SITUATED AT THE HEAD OP SEVENTEENTH STREET. OPPOSITE THE C. & O.. AND RICHMOND LOCOMOTIVE SHOPS, AND THREE FRAMEJ DWELLINGS, NOS. 1418, 141B AND" 1417 NORTH SEVENTH ENTH" .STREET. ??.I.-. At tho request of tho ownor, who ls rotirlng from buslness, wo shall offor for salo at public auction, upon tho premlses, on MONDAY, MAY 20TII, 1907., commenctng at 5 o'clock P. M., tho abovo doscribed property, conalst ing of woll eiiulpped saloon, with llx turos, counters nnd store-room adjoin? ing. Tho buildlng Is largo and has twonty llvo. or more rooms. largo dlnlng-rooms, etc., and has boon vory aiioeoasfuUy usod ns a hourdlng and lodglng hausq. A large fronlago of land can be bought wltli the property if doslrod. Thera le a vory largo cash trndo ln this lounllty from the employes of tho C & O Shopa, und iho Rlchmond Loco motivo' Works, whlch is increaalng ln volurne very rarpidly. Tho ownor nnd present occupant has for miiny yeurs oonduutod a most pro lltablo liuslnaHM ut thls plaoo, and In rotirlng from huslnoaa now ultogether, oi'fors thls oNcollent opportunlty tor some onorgetlo. person to aocura' thls old estubllHlied buslness, whlch wlll moHt usHtiredly pay him hundsomely. The piiivhusor Of thls property ean alao buy'tlio stock of goods on very favor aliie terms. Tlie threo friune tenenumta, contaln about three or four rooms each, und nlwiivs eoiiiniiuiil ready tonnnts. TERMS" Wlll bo mado vory liberal and announced nt sulo. SUTTON & CO? Auctionoors, r rancione's Stag Hotel 111 EAST illtOAU STIU5ET, UlUlintJM), VA. Re&taurant Open Every Day in the Year. I Tbe HotiHon's boat at mqderato prlcoa, Roonm by tlio day or wueis. nicely IfurulolR'd und b'ood aorvlco.