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Bunches Hits in Eighth and I Scores Six Runs?Final Score Is 11 to 6. rSpcclol to The Tiines-Dispateh.] Durham, N. C March Hi.?Lafayette, turned tho trick on Trinity to-duy, ni? ter ilie homo team had the game ap? parently town up, until the eighth in? ning. By hunching tour hits, assisted l>y four cosily errors, Lafayette- scored* six run:;, the linn I ncorc being 13 to 0. Pager, playing in left field, who lost his game yesterday, was largely rc? tiponsiblu for Lafayette's victory, re? turning two timely hit:; and fielding his position well N?tigent wan Kent In to oppose Sam Gantt, but after Trinity bad landed on J hint for foui hits, one a triple, he wan replaced In the fourth by Long, who! p'tched a superb game, fanning thir? teen nun. and only allowing tv.'j baser ?>n ball?. Until the fatal eighth. On.itt had managed to hoop Lafayette's hit:; tvell separated, when Trinity went up in the air. allowing men t<, tally. Trinity scored Its llrsl two runs in l he third, after Hendoraon had tripled, und spruce, Gahtt and West singled; In the fourth Henderson singled, and Fotisheo's dotiolc m-orcd three- men. Cooper having walked and Gahtt hav? ing been hit. Trinity scored again in the seventh. In the llfth, triples by Kecler and Altschuler, coupled with a base on balls, and fielders choice, netted throe i uns for Lafayette. In the eighth, slnglus by Fl I more. Cedaerquist, Fager and Williafhs, and four errors by Trinity. :;r.ored six runa. "Lafayette scored tw? othor runs in the bin tii. Sccro by innings: R. HV13. (Trinity . dull ? u . u ?>?t! l ?? :. Lafayette . 0 0.0 0'3 0 0.6 3-11 II a Balteries: Sam Gantt and Spruce; Keugeiit, Long and Conover. Summary: Trinity?Thre^-hase hits, Henderson. Lafayette?Xoclcr and Alt. echuler. Two-baac hits?Trinity. Fou ? hee; Lafayette, Fager. Singles? Trinity, Spruce, Gahtt, West. Hender? son. '.': Cooper. 2: Thompson. Lafayette, Fi I mo re. 2; Cedaerquist. j; Williams, Harrison and Fager. lltt:>?Off Nue gent. l: Long, ?.'. Struck out-?By Gantt, i by Neugenl, 1; by Long, 1".. "Hase on balle?Gantt, ?'.; Long. 2. Molen base??Trinity, r,. Barred balls? Lafayette, ). His?By Long. Gahtt. Double plays?Trinity, l. Tim". Atteridatice, 500 Umpire; Rowc. STANLEY R0BIS0N DIES OF BLOOD-POISONING On tier of X. I.ouln Natlount 1.ensue Club SuCCUIllb* Ht <"le velund. Cleveland. ?>., March 21.?After a year's illness from blood poisoning. Stanley Bob I son. fifty-four years old. owner of the St. Louis National League baseball ciub, and formerly a CioA'olahd j baseball and street car magnate, died i here to-day a? the home of Ids sister- I ln-law, Mrs; Frank Ho Haas Robison. I Mr. Roblson came to Cleveland Sun dav from .->. Louis, where he had ar? rived the Thursday before from Pan- j ? ma. Where he had spent the winter in i hope:: of recovering his health. Prior I to that ho had spent several weeks in i h Chicago hospital. He had been under the caro rif numerous physicians, and arrived here very despondent. Notwith? standing hi., condition, his death vraa a surprise. Mr. Robison usually passed the win? ter at the Cleveland home of hlf brother, }? rank Dc Haas Roblson. The latter died two years ago. Stanley Robison is survived by his sisterrin-law and by a sister, Mrs. Kohuyler Britten, also oi this city. Pralaed by L> ncli. New Vorl.. March 21.?"The death of Stanley Roblson takes from the na? tional pastime one of its sterling fis ures. ' said President Lynch, of tie: National League, to-day. wh*n told j that the owner of the St. I/OhIf Na? tional;; had passed away in Cleveland "Stanley KoblbOii was a true sports? man, and ever had the Interests of liL club and the National League ?i heart." said President Lynch. "Faithful to his club, Mr. Robison would go down in his pocket to tide it over in the periods of its adversity, and when the. oppor? tunity can'.' rpeiu money freely to lncreare thy playing strength of the St. Louis club. Two years ago. f think tt was. Mr. Robieou' spent $50,600 for players.'' Secreturv John iteydlcr spoke, of the aid and co-operation that Mr. Robison had given to the National League since bib advent into baseball, and expressed his regret at tho loss of so valuable a member of the league's councils. Turner Hoests Anderson. Washington, March 21.?Joe Turner, middleweight wrestler, of this city, raino back strong to-night and bested Sam Anderson, claimant of tho middle? weight championship, by winning two tails out of three. Tuesday night Aii dorson defeated Turner in two falls out of throe. FEATURE EVENT I GOES TO ASPIRIN _ i Star Charter, Picked by M*ny as j Winner of American Derby, Is Second. Jacksonville, Fla.. March 21.?The feature race ;it Moncriot thlti nfter nonn went to Aspirin, one of the most consistent horses racing here. Star Charter, picked by many as the win? ner of the American Derby, to he de? rided here April I. finished second, and his race was an exec)lent one. lie was slow to break, and made up a lot Of Ht ound. Summa rles: First race?breeders' purse, three year-bids and up. il\-: and a halt fur? longs?Lilly Pax ton (15 to 1) tirs?. Donaldo fl to i i second, Sam Ma thews f.i to 2) third; Time. i :o!i 2-C. Infat? uation. Decency, Castroke, Florrbi Bryr an. Indora. Grand Peggy and Allundals Queen ran. Hamilton lost rider t start*: Maltondule left, at post. Second race?Selling, four-year-olds and up. six furlongs?Lady Or I mar (?'. to 1) lir.d. ?bilden Pearl rj to C) scc ond, Warden (.'j <?> 1? third. Timo, 1:11 2-6. Kompton Park. Bedrohtster, Pecpshot. Ida Day, Mae Hamilton, Woolsphn, The Wrestler, Whim, Lar bcli. Anna and Miss Worth ran. Third race?three-year-olds and up, six furlongs?-Plato Glass (15 to ii llrst, SprlngmuH (IS to ii second, Ry'ti Straw (oven) third. Time. L: 11 1-5; Bahives; Banyan, Jack Nunnally, Bab? bler. Scrimmage. Judge Lasrsingj Frank Purceil. Dr. Holiberg ran. Fourth race?lihrec-ycar-bldi and up. one mile?Aspirin <!? to Bit tit>;t. Star Charter (oven) second, Ell red (even) third. Time, 1:41 ?'.?:>. White Wool, Herbert Turner, idlowctss and Mes? senger Boy ran. Fifth race?purse Sine, ?hreo-year oldr-, six furlonxr-?Eagle Bird (S to 1> first, lima (even) second. Firewood (10 to 1) third. Time, 1:14. Missive. Definite. Ben Lomond, New Idea. Fleld worth. Premier ran. Sixth race?selling, four-year-olds and up. rolle and a tiuarter?Golconda <7 to li first. First Peep (even) sec? ond, PocotallgO (2 to 5) third. Time. l:5*> 2-<">. St. Joseph, Sam Barnard and. Grecian Bend also ran. WA Sil INGTO.V f\ N S VS. LOCAL V. M. C. A. Following will bo found the line-up I of the team:; which will meet tit the, Central V. M- C A. gymnasium to- ; night to battle for the basketball championship of Washington and Kick- i tnond. A large crowd Is expected to I witness the games Richmond; Position. Washington Lau rencc .F. Mlllci ' Twining .F. Barnes' j Hargrove .F. Mullov . Metcalf .C. Thornton W*lls capt.G. \'alk j Bruce .G. Hoppe ? TRAIN IS LOOTED; ANOITS ESCAPE iContinued From First Pape ? formation until iiOst-blllcc detectives arrive lo make, an investigation. The robbery is supposed to have been committee whllo fourteen bags lor, Clear Water and DOlnts south of. that cltv were lvinc on the olatform at Tar? pon Springs for over eight hours, wait? ing for the A'lar.-tle Coast Line train, which was risrht hours- late. HobH T?o I'assengcrs. DcnlsOn, Iowa, March 24.?*A masked man. who climbed aboard >ho cur of tialn No t. on tho Northwestern last night, forced the flagman at the point, of a revolver to go ahead int.) a sleeper. The stranger held up A C Hanson, of Olympia. Wash., for Jit and a dia? mond ring, and relieved J. W. Mendel, of Wichita; Kan., of f35 and a gold I watch. He then jumped off the train/ and escaped. Smith Outpoints Keyes. New York. March 24.?Sammy Smith j the Philadelphia lightweight, outpoint I ed and outfought. Bert Keyes, of Newt York. In t*n rounds before the x.t- j tional Sporting Club of America, to r.ipht I With Big League Hot Springs, Ark . March 24.?Clark Griffith, with the Cincinnati National League team, left this afternoon for Memphis on the homeward journey, vhlch will bo broken for exhibition panics at Beveral points. The Plttsbupg regulars again de? feated the second team. 7 to e. this af '.ernoon In a game in which no errors Acre recorded. Chicago VanuiRiiUB Win. Atlanta. Ga.. March 24.?Manager Prank Chance, of the Chicago Na Monals. put. in his Vannlgans againt't Mid Atlanta; Southern League, team this afttrnoon. and the youngsters re? turned ,t victory of !i to 4 by good hitting, good base running, and by taking advantage of tho errors and vyildness of the Atlanta pitchers. Vletory for Athletics. Chatleston. S. C, March 24.?In a game featured bv the terrific hittitiE of the Athletics, the world'3 cham? pions won tlie second game of tho scries from the Charleston, Sally TO CONFER TO-DAY ON GOOD ROH Tlic fOi'd rt-ads. confcreaoa \" ttt hold at Louisa to-day in tb* Interest of u highway j from Richmond t? Gordonsvllle 1? expelled to l)C productive of great results. It Is known that tho farmers alonp tho Hue of the proposed roadway are deeply interested and are ready to help in every way toward the work in hand. The conference will be between member* r.f the General Assemble, the mayors of Louisa, and Gordunsvilie. supervisors of roads and members of O.^ Richmond Automobile Clufr. It t* expected that a largo number of the local organization will make the trip, some leayln* hi motor care. A luncheon will bo served the delegate? after the meeting, at vhleh the Ilichnvrnd Automobile Club will the host. earns in So League, team, by a score of 14 to 1. | Lofty Russell and Cy Morgan worked ' In tue box for the Athletics, and were Invincible throughout. Qulnn Is Knocked Out. Augusta, Ga , March/24.?Fred Ten no's bunch of Boston Nationals put a crimp in tho New .York American League team here this afternoon, win? ning the game by the score of 5 to ?.. Hal Chase, manager of tho Highland. cr3. demonstrated at the start that, he wanted tho game by sending Ja,?"? Qulnn into tho box, but the hammering Qulnn received brought young Cala well to succeed him. GinntN Leave Marlin. ! .Marlin. Tex.. March 21.?The New! York Nationals left Marlin to-day. not ! to return until next spring. Mathew-I t son and cue squad loft at noon for! Dallas, where they play to-morrow. J land at. ,":30 more, consisting of the j regulars and one recruit. l?ft for "Waco land Fort Worth. The remainder of thy j squad, in charge of Latham and Ed? die Banyck, left to-night for ?an An-j 1 tonio. FIREMAN PARALYZED If. 31. Bagbr, of Engine Company Nu. 5, Stricken on Return from Fire. R. M. Bagby. driver in Engine Company No. r. v.aa Etrlclcaii with paralysis Thurs? day afternoon, lie had Just returned from a, tire when ho was taken 11!. A pliyaician n?f summoned and he was tak?n to his Home at LS South Adams Street. Thore it was found that his right arm and aide were paralyzed. HU condition is regarded as not feriour, and it is expected that he will be able to return to duty -.vlthin a few days. SCHOOL CO-OPERATION Coruadttco Named to Bring Patrous anil Teachers Together. To complete plan:: for the organization of Klgh School Patrons-Teachers' Association a committee was appointed at a meeting held last nl?lu ill the John Marshall School. The following members were named: Dr. J. A- C. Chandler, chairman; Mrs. E. L. Lind? say, Mus Murks and Mrs. William Gemmell. This comrntttee will make a report of Us progress at a. meeting to be held tho (irn Thursday night in April. About fifty Interested men and women were present at last, night's session. Prof, .fames C. Harwop'd made a brief address, encouraging the objects of thr. new- organi? zation, which is with the Idea of bringing tho school faeuity and parents into closer touch. Dr. Chandl&r also Epoko. Trousers Stolen. T.. J. Flourftoy, of HCO East Franklin street, reported yesterday that his place 0f business at that number was broken into Thursday night. His lots, a.v reported, was two pahs of trousers, valued at J12. Chimney Atlre. A tire alarm Mas turned In yesterday after? noon from Twenty-ninth und S Snoots, but All that Engine Company ?.'o. U, which was **ni to answer the call, found was a burning chimney ?t the home o? the keeper of Oak tvood Cemetery. An alarm was turned in at 5:35 from Dox 12. This ?ae a shinglu roof Arc lr. a house on Elm Stre-et between, Lester and Poplar. The damage amounted to atom $10. Di'. Callscli to Address Eagles, 1 Dixie A?*rtc, No. Fraternal Order of Eagles, will hold its annual memorial ser ! vice, at the City Auditorium, cornor or Cary > a-nd Linden Strr&ts. on Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Dr. E. N. CallEch wdl bo th& 1 principal orator. Case of Stripling Is Now Ready for Prison Commission. Atlanta. Ga.. March 2-1.?it was an? nounced to-day that the papora in the Edgar Stripling case have been found 'n the archives cf the Supromo Court and will he ready for the Governor or Prison Commission, when called for Th'i papers contain a full history of the case from the time Stripling waj indicted for the murder of W. F. Cor uett, in Harris county, to Lho time of bib escape from Lho Harris county jail fourteen yearn ago. after having re? ceived a life sentence. Additional pe? titions for the pardon of Stripling have been received from Danville, Va., where Stripling was serving as chief of police when recaptured. Husband's Will Provided That She Should Prevent His Burial Alive. Chester. Va.. March 24.?Forty visits to the vault, where lay her husband's body, visits made on successive days as decreed in the husband's will, to assure that ho would not bo b fried alive, so distressed Mrs: Mary Abbott I that she died last evening. She had ! paid her last visit to the temporary tomb. The husband, Henry Abbott, i was tuen buried, and the widow, au i invalid, weakened by the torments en I dured for forty days, collapsed. : She was taken home unguieh-strick , en. soon fell into convulsions ami died j Abbott, who was a retired hotel pro i prietor, died fix weeks ago, leaving 1 fi 50.000 to his widow, with the torrl I fying proviso that, sho faithfully ob. ] terved. Mr?. Abbott stood the> ordeal fairly well uotil two weeks ago. Every day she went to the vault and gazed upon that still face; Her Nerves GIVc Woyi Gradually the strain preyed upon her nerves. Friends noticed yesterday that :-hc was suffering agonies of mind. Veslerday when she left the vault after her last look at her hus? band's features she almost fainted. By apparent effort she bore tho ordeal of tho burial rites. Then canto the. fatal collapse. Mr. Abbott ;: wishes are, explained as follows: For the last quarter of a century ho had been a director of the Chester Rural Cemetery Company and took at: active Interest in lho cor? poration. About ten years ago he was in the burial ground?, when tho body of a man was disinterred lor re? moval. The eoQuj was opened lu his presence, and he was horrified on coo? ing that the body was lying face down Arouses Ills Fonrs. "The man was buried alive:" gasped the director The cemetery superin? tendent explained that tho body had ev ident ly been jo-ifled out of the-na t'.ir-'?! position while the coffin was be? ing carried to the. hearse or grave, but Mr. Abbott would not be convinced. "I'll tec. that this-. doo? not happen in my case." were tho parting words of Mr. Abbott to tho superintendent, and that day ho. sent for hl3 lawyei nid directed tint his will contain a codicil preventing his bttrlal for forty days after death. Ho died on n ferry? boat between Philadelphia and Cam den Mrs. Abbott- \v?o a sccom} wife. She was tllly years old. Her husband's estate now rovorts to children by his first wife. Virgininn? at the Ilotel*. Murphy's?11. Mi Darden. Suffolk! Thomas Washington, Virginia; \V. K. Ricks. Vir Binla; T. E. Springer. Btearnes; John D, Hat man. Ablngdou; Barton Palmer, University 6f Virginia; J. II. Montague, Oaarlowosville,; F. W. Tliackcr, Virginia; F. M. Cocko. Em porla; T>. P. Pharr, Covlngtor,. RleUmoiid?Bruco R. Payne, Charlottesvillr; J. B. Wood, Eynchbutg: Mlsa Ella Tliucknr, Disputants; W. Uueknrr, Virginia. Lexington?c. E. Kir-e. Brldgewater; T. C. ! Anderson. Cumberland: W. E. Brudshaxy, Clover; J. S. Kent, Virginia; Mr. and Mrs. J. XV. Eaaley; Miss Murle Easlcy, South Boston; C. G. Sncad and C. E. Holland, Nor folk. Stumpf s?W. J. Baxter, Norfolk: George C, Willis, Virginia: R. G. Smith, Danville; V>. V. Pitts, Virginia. Scnntc Passes Bill, Montgomery, Ala., March 24,?After adopting twenty amendments to the House Villi regulating the sale of liquor In Alabama, tho Senate to-nLght passed Mic bill without debate. Tho bill goes back to the House for concurrence in lho Rennt?> amendments, and another fight will be waged with the prohibi? tionists. The United States Government Skimmed milk is simply milk from which the fat ha* been removed. This leaves in the milk all the food s?lids, called protein, all the most nourishing part of the milk. The United States Government says: "Alter the removal .of the fat in the cream, the skimmed milk has all the value of the whole milk for building and repair of tissue* und for the making of blood, muscle and bone." (U. S. Gov't Bulletin No. 74/) it yon want. Condensed Whole. Milk use Hires Brand? the best condensed milk at any price. ASK YOUR GROCER! Guaranteed Under ?, $. Food and Drug Act. Hires Condensed Milk Co., Philadelphia, Pa. '