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RED SOXDO NOT MOVE;
NATIONALS DROP BY
LOSING TO BROWNS
Boston and Chicago Play 12-Inning Nerve Rack?
ing Game?Yankees Take Two From
Cleveland and Athletics Win
From Detroit Tigers.
Washington, 8; St, Liouls. 9.
Vr..:..?? .p.'iia. t. Detroit. :?.
New Vork, s. Cleveland, 4 (first
-New York, 6; Cleveland, 4 (second
Boston, S; Chicago, s (twelve in
rstnndtng, of tlic t Itiba,
. r,\ n
W here They play To-Day.
cago at Boston
?t, I.ouls at Washington
Detroit at Philadelphia
Cleveland at New York.
Postor.. Mass, Ajeuet ".?After playlns 1
twelve nerve-racking Innings to a tic, S to
I, the game between the White Sox and Reil |
Pox vv?? called by Umpire O'Loughiln on ac?
count of darkness. All that can be said J
about the contest li that It was lull of er?
rors aj-.d heavy batting and quarrelling. I
Tw0 Eimes will be played to-morrow, t bo j
firit gum* btarilr.a at 1:12 P. M. Score: I
AB it II O A
Jtorprr, rf. f. ; ;
Yerkes. tbH jj 3
t pi alter, c(T '. !
J.eniB. :t... 6 0 1
Gardn'r. Sb c o ;
AB l: i:
t o i:
0 Weaver, ss 2 <? o
i'b: o l l
Totals .. <S 5 13 ?5 IS Totals ...SO i .7 86 17
?Batted for P.vlle In sixth.
fCallahan, left field or.d centre field.
(Garn? called on account o.' darkness, i
Score by innings: n.
Ct Ira pr. .0 1 l 5 n .'. o 0 o ft fl ft?s
Boston .0 0 I B 0 0 3 0 0 0 i ?
Summary: Two-base hlts->Yerkrs, Hooper,
r"o::;r.i <;>. Three-base hit?Speaiti r. Home
run?5;.taker. Sacrifice hits1- Mattl ?? iSi
Walsh. Stolen base?CarHgan. Double ? ,? <
?Wagner to Yerkes to Cngie (J) litt* ? ?lf
Bedient* 11 In 5 3-3 Innings: off Olcotto. 10
In ? lnnlnee. First bast- on tails-On Be?
eilen!. 1: off Hull. off Clcotte Cj ??!.' Wa th
l. Struck out?By Bedient :?>? iinll, i;
by Clcotte, S; by Walch, J. wild pitch?Be?
dient, Walsh. Time of game. limp
O'Loughiin and Stovall. Attendance, 6,?K>.
BROWNS BEAT NATIONALS
Washington. August 37.?The Browns hand?
ed tho National a line oM lacing to-day,
walloping Cmhlon. a young right-hander,
lor nine safeties and landing on Schegg, i ..
local's new southpaw, for eight h 's. All
?the breaks we re In the Brown'? fin or, yet
Baurrigardner deserved to win. for he pitch?
ed Shutout ball tip to th. t.. tl ii ? Init, when
he cased up. Score. 9 to 3. Score:
St. I.ouls. Washington,
AB ft I! O A ,\B It II O A
Co'pton, if. 4
Willis's, rf f.
Pra't, 3b... 6
Kutlna, lb. 5
Austin. Jo.. 5
Wallace, es !
Krtchell, c. 3'
Lt. ..\r, a 6
3 1 OMoeller. rf S
3 3 0 Poster. So. t
2 1 0 Milan, el.. 4
S 0 4Uandll. lb. 3
3 I'J OSch'fe.r. lb. 1
2 2 5 Morgan, 2b t
0 3 3Shanl:s. If. 3
1 ? 1 M'Hrl , . ??. ^
1 0 1 Henry, c. . .4
Caehlon, p. 1
?Laportc .. 0
9 17 77 13 Tntr
Schees In nl
Summary: Two-bnse hit*
Barton Heights und Tyler's C am
plons will play for the chrnpli i
of the Old Dominion Legue this after?
noon at Byrd Park at 4:40 o'clock. The
teams ate tied for pennant honors in
this lease and are both o:i their best
looting for to-day's grame. .Manager
id has spent tn<
last two weeks
team, is about
there Is In tho
better portion the last 'NV'-'
In keeping Fred Bnrch, his best
1n town for this mime. Barton
is greatly handicapped by the
man; who is i.r. Maine spend
Manager Perkins, of Tyler's,
to put his regular t^ain e>;i i:
The teams Wllj lino UP as foil
Barton Heigh'..-.?Gordon, i
Senf, first base; Kc-.'-e. Becom
Knundors, third basd; Gruner. Ii
Bhtiton. centre Held: Peyton, rig
Tyler's will line up in the ft
thanner: Simpson, catcher; sui
pitcher; Hleker, firm base:
second base. Caulder, third
Bauer, shortstop, i'.c:
Bosher, left field
Umpires Vaughn it
be on the Job. and it
this game will pn<
teresting played by ti
season. The winners
testants for the charr
of Itichmond, ti,.. tylhn
play the champions b:
the In ten Ity i et
's ^-Price Sale
713 East Broad.
$25.00 Suits now.$12.50
S22.50 Stiits i.ow.$11.25
$20.00 Suiu now.$10.1! I
$15.00 Suits now. $7.50
Kahns ^-Price Sale
713 East Broad.
The buyer who hnuwa the different
automobiles will own u
' Allen Av'enuo and Uro.id .-treot.
i. Kutlna, Bauthg?rdnor. Timo-baio'
ii. Kuthiu. Pratt. Austin. Sue-1
-Wallace, Shanks Stolon bases?
>. IVlUtama. Double, pluy?MoBrlde to
,ouls, ;. Washington, i. lilt*?Oft Cash
9 I? 12-0 Innings; ort Schegg, i in 11-3
First t,a?e oil ball*?Oh Uaihton, 1;
il.ess. i! oil Buumgardnvr. 1. Struck
Uy Oaahl n, .. by Schegg, 3: by Baum
tier, 7. >Vild pitch?Schegg 12). Time of
. 2:1C. Umpire*, Egon and o Loughlln. .
ATHLETICS DEFEAT TIGERS
Philadelphia, I'a.. August 27.?alclnhls'f
triple in ti... first ?Ith the bans full caused
thi defeat o: Detroit to-day i to 2. Mclnnia
followed the othtra to the plate on Craw
ford'i wild ii turn to the lhfleld. Crubb
made his debut with the Athletics and
AU It II Cl
Murphy, ri t u 2 1
Strunk, c:.. i l : a
M InhU, lb. t l 1 13
Jtarry, s?.. i ?? : S
Thomas, c. 2 0 0 1
Crabb, p..,. 3 0 0 0
; VTtt.. If.... 3 0 2 5
e Uuan. S3... I 0 u J
ICor'don, !bl 1 1 1
OMor'lty, :b. 4 o o 7
v SI .csu, c 4 0 2 4
O.Mubtn. p.. : 1 1 1
tonulow ...0 0 0 0
First basi- on
onl -By Miil>
YANKS WIN TWO FROM NAPS
Clrvelnnd. New York
Alt It II O A A n It
Ryan, If.... i l o l OM'MII'n, *n i l
Uuntar, If.. 4 0 0 ! QChase, lb.. 4 l
It:f ham. cf 3 0 1- 0 Daniels. If 3 0
Jucltson. i f 3 1 ? 2 0 PSd'ock.'3b 4 a
Haugh'r, rf i o o 0 QLellvclt, ef 4 l
La ole, :b.. 4 l il i) OSIm'ons, it. t :
Joliriion. lb.i 0 1 I pHart'etli if 3 2
Aduni?, c. . 2 0 0 0 0MVn.il, p t 1
qarlsch, c. 2 o i (\
Peck'gh, ss :t 0 it S s
Kosh, ss.... 10 10 0
Bask'tte, p 2 0 1 0 0
Adami (S). Wild p'.'i i.?McConnell. U
Plies, O'Urlcn mid Dlnctn. Attendant
Cleveland. New York.
in. lb 4 0 1 11 Ol-ellvelt, cf 4 0 .1
!. c. 4 0 1 '-' ! Bart'cll, rf 3 1 I
ss... 2 11-1 lSwi?nney, c3 0 1
pi : i\ .1 o 5 Davis, p.... 2 0 0
hits -McMillan, I'
Pi d.b it TI .me r<
Umpires, O Urn-n and
In the Minor Leagues
Milwaukee: Toledo lalled to ar
bh little fv r Urs! giiiiie: Second
Ivatisai City': K. City. 3; Co
.! T?rbhto: l ust game?Toronto
tinioru, s ouil ga ino? Baltltn
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
At Ainany: Albany, C; JacKKonvjti
At Macon: Macon, Columbus, 6.
At Savannah ?Columbia-, raln.
Tigers Kun Bases Poorly and
Loose in Field?Score
Is 5 to 4.
Roanoko, Va., August 27.?In a poor?
ly played game .Portsmouth won In ten
Innings, alter the locals had ail kinds
of opportunities to win. The Tigers
ran bases poorly and were loose In
the flold. Tho Truckers hit the ball
hard und for lots of extra bases. Dllrd
and Green were hit hard, but with
pre per support would have won. Um?
pire McNamara [coiled Pressley out ut
home in the eighth, when ho was
scoring: the winning run, und ho was
scored by the howling fans. The score;
AB. It. Hi O. A. E.
Graham, rf. 6 0 1 1 o 0
ICncavcs, ::b. 4 0 1 0 & 1
Ginn, cf . B 0 110 0
^..lOldB. 2b. f. 1 0 4 2 0
Prossiey, n>. 4 2 z Vi 0 1
Newton, ss. i. 1 3 1 3 1
-.-iland. If. :; 0 2 1 0 0
Vance, c. 3 6 0 7 0 1 j
UtflttC, c. 1 0 1 2 ? (I
Green, p. 2 U 1 0 3 ]
Etlrtl, b. 2 0 0 0 0 0
Totals .S'j 4 12 30 13 6 ,
AB. R. H. O. A. B.
Keating, sa. ? 12 13 0
Ifudglns, lh.;? l 1 ? 1 0
Wolfe. :;b. 4 1 2 2 1 1 '
Nixon, cr. 6 0 1 4 1 1 ,
Castro, 2b. h 1 4 2 1 1 !
Tltman, if. 4 1 0 3 0 0:
Qarvin, c. 5 0 3 2 1 0
Mu'th, rf. 5 0 0 4 0 0 I
V.rhout. p. ."> 0 u 0 2 (I
Us .41 f. 13 30 10 ::
1're by innings: B.
noke .020100010 n_4
tsmouth .0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1?5
unimary Stolen bases?Green, Gra?
ham. Sacrifice,hits?Holland, iludgins,
Tltman. Wolf, ' Two-base hits ?Nixon, ]
Garvin. Pressley, Newton. Kn eaves.
Three-base hlti ?Castro, Garvin. Left!
on bases?Uoanoke, 7. Portsmouth, ?.
Double plays ? Hudglns to Garvin.
Hits?off Green, 9 In ti Innings; off
i.tir:. 1 In I innings. Struck out ?
by Gre. n. 1, by Bllrd, 4. Bases on
balls?by > crbout, 2; by Green, I.
Passed balls?Vance. Time, two hours.
Real Significance of Legislation
Against Taft's Economy
Washington. August 27.?President
Taft's economy commission. It was dis. 1
covered to-day. was ruthlessly trimmed
by the Democratic House and by the
Semite Iii tlib sundry civil appropria-1
tion and the legislative appropriation j
lh addition to limiting' the powers)
of the ci.uission to "matters 01 trans.
acting the public business of the guv- j
ernmeni only In the several executive
departments," the sundry civil bill
reuueud the- salaries ot its members.
The chairman now gets $10,0 10 n year,
while tho tive other members receive
$4.000 each. The new law provides
ti;at not more than three persons may
be paid not more than $-1,300 per an?
num, and cuts to $75,000 the amount
dt.iigtiatet.1 with -which to prosecute
in the legislative bill a paragraph
slipped in at the last moment provides I
thai 'iiii' regular annual estimates of
appropriations and expenses of the I
government . hall bo prepared and sub?
mitted1 tu C :_ rfcss by those charged
?1111 lite duly ot such preparation and
submission only in the form as at the
tlnti are 1. quired by law. and In no
Other form and at no other time."
I Tik tii'iimlssion has been In favor of
the f.Ilgl'l it "budget'' system, which
House let.c.ers declared highly incom
. tlblo with the manner In which the
1 :.,i States government was uper-'
1 ; hi nt Taft has indorsed tin
? .,. and the House quietly
..??( ?! . Opportunity of blocking the
? .?? . from further interference
with its work in appropriations.
Innocent paragraphs excited no
? 1 :i ? : 1 add aroused no suspicion 111
Senate. It was not until to-day
I that tiie real significance of iho legis
i, cropped out.
NEGRO'S HOME GUARDED
n>i- 1 Ii? .-<l.-> a Ha) to Insure Safety
01 Punt By.
st. Louis. Mo., August 27.?To insure
1 .. sleep to 1:. a. HudUnu negro,
nd : Is family, th's city is spending
! day, or $10 a month, to guard
is In |ite from possible attack by
.!.!?? -, who resent what they term a
negro invasion*' In their residential
.(.strict. Tht guarding by policemen
'eg.in (arly In .May. and 'f it is con
InUed until Sc:-.ember 15 the city will
Several times thtt sheds in the rear
if tin- black's home have been lire.!,
in,I after that the polic, guard ivas
stabllshod at the cost of iho city,
'i-.c policemen nr.- detailed to guard
? premlseSi The Whites have held
? '..eil mass-meetings to fpt-mtilate
?laits to bust the negroes, but w'thout
lilt. Ill \ VST 13IM DI'An.
Porinerlj Stuff Lecturer of School ?>f
Philanthropy in Columbia College.
? elvi 1 by bis wit.-. ivHo win Visiting
camp, Cold Springs-on-the-n ulson, "f
Or, David Bianstc-ln, stuff lecturer of
ihi S hool ??: Philanthropy of Colum?
bia College. Mrs. Rinnstein left for
S\ w Vork, w in re tiie funeral of Dr.
Blansteln will probably occur Thurs?
day. Dr. Bl?hst? m, formerly of Prov
hl ::<, , 1: I, was widely known for
his work of philanthropy, lie married
urn yi ir .?-.. Mi-s Miriam Umstadter,
THE KATAHDIN AS A TARGET
?ihl Niivnl Kinn Will Im- rirril Vpnn by
\ i-.-.m In uf tllimllc fleet.
Washington. D. C, August 27.?The
old naval nun Kaiuhdlh will btj tired
upon by vessels of the Atlantic fleet
during target practice early !:i Sop
tiint'-r The t'vfila arc planned to de?
monstrate the action of twelve Inch
?"?ins ion new armor plate with which
navy Is experimenting, and will
ij witnessed by members of the naval
affairs c?rripilttee? <>f both Houses and
The kntahdln is now designated ns
"Thip Aide fbi Ordinance Bxpcrljnohtftl
Work of ihi Nuvy." and her name has
. bona Milckon from the naval list.
Tars Apparently Make No Effort
to Win From Peters?
HIlsri.T- \ KS'l 13UDAY.
Itonnoke, |: Portsmouth z>.
Newport Ncvtst-lllcbmoudi ruin.
Norfolk, z!t Petersburg, 0.
STANDING OK TUE CLUBS.
Club, Won. Lost. P.O. Veai
Petersburg ... r:: 17 an?:? .Ott)
Itlchmoud .... 71 -17 .002 .17;
Itonnoke . 70 r.a ..'.71 ..'.is
Norfolk . u:i 68 .."-l .5^1
Purem..olh :.7 <iO .487 ....
Newport %ews. i- 71 .303 ....
WllEHB Till \ I'l.W TO-DAY.
Richmond nt Xcwiiort News,
' Petcrahuru nl Norfolk.
Portsmouth at lln.iimkc
l^pccial toTi,< Times-Dispatch.]
.Norroik, Va., AugUBt ?7.?Tho Hor?
ton? Tars apparently did not care
whether they won to-day's game or
not. Uverythlnp. was nice for Peters
burf, und Incidentally the Ooobers ii.
creased their lead in the rucc for the
The locals put In McC'rary, und when?
ever ho (jot a ba.: uvt.- the p;u.to which !
'.vas not often, It w^.s Uiuu.iy criven
out In tho Held for u safe hit.
AB. It- 11. O. A. E.
Spencer, rf. 1 4 0 0
Morrison, L'b. o o o i i y
BUs'cli, bs. j 1 1 - - ?
LtlucKstono, it. 411210
Laugmih, c. 4 o 1 3 1 1
Atitnony, cl. 4 0 o - o u
Baruett, lb. 2 2 1 11 i .1
ttOWt'dell, 3b. J i 1 i 2 0
Creiger, p. 2 1 1 1 2 0
Keller. It. J
Klrchcr, 2b. 3
Dodge, 3b. 2
ilinlou, SS. 4
Wallace, cf. 4
u alters, rt. 3
Blgble, lb. 4
llraun, c. 3
Mi i roxi", p. 3
II. Ii. O. A. ?.
Totals .2 6 27 15
.Score by Innings: B.
Petersburg .2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 I?7
Summary: Two-base hits?Laughlin,
Anthony. Stolen basest Dodgti, Wal?
ters, Spencer, llowedeli. Double plays?
liowedell to Bitrsi tt. Bscrlflco hits?
?Morrison (3), Antnony, Creiger. Klrclier.
Bas?, on balls ?C| l.'f. :. 0; .McCr-ry, S.
Leit on bases?Pi irg, i.', Norfolk,
Hit by pitched ?McCrnry, 1
(Morrison). Struck out?Crelger. 2;
McCrary, 3. Tim of game, 1:43. Um
piro, Cowan, ah ndance, l.OUS.
Wins President's Match In Rifle
Contest at Sea?
.Seajrrt. N. .1., August 27.?Corporal 1
Ccdrlc M. Long, of the Fifth Regiment'
uf Massachusetts, is the champion j
military rifleman of the United states..
He attain d thla honor tu-iuy ut the '
annual n ie tournament here after'
two days -f thootir.K. dur:i.u which hut
surpassed the efforts of more than 100 j
competitors, including ail tho crack'
.shots in .he military service of the'
United Si tes. regular and National'
Ouard, i! scored "3n points against'
"31 for ills iii .irest rival. j
Corporal Long. In addition to the j
title, a gi 1 modal, and a cadi prize,
will rucc an autograph letter of
c?ngratuii Ion from President Taft for
winning match?tho President's
The, sei d prize, consisting of a Sil.
V< r medal in 1 cash, was won by Ser?
jeant C. 1. KiiiK. Forty-third Iowa,
while the third prize, a bronze medal
I ami cash, .< to Corpora) c. .M. Ale- :
'Xiebdj Unit ; States .Marine Corps, who.
I scored 225 points.
For the .. tary championship of the
us, the President's mutch
two stages. The first con.
?? skirmish run of twenty
ots at 2u.i yards, surprise
hots at 8 ip yards, slow
lt<i 100 competitors having
aggregate scores at the
llrst stase shot in the
The latter called for ten
yard, slow fire,
.pined Monday tnornlnit.
.ot concluded until this
was shot i:.
slated of 01
lire, and t
1 linish ol
second 1 t 1
shots at ;
! The mat'
'. and waa
See V'indow Display
Reli ?es io 24 Hours
Cata. rh of the Bladder
Auto mobiles For Hire
BUSINI ss OR PLEASURE.
I particulars phone
820 W.Hi ul St. Madison 539.
Champion Middleweight Wrest- J
ling Match at Broad
Billy Collins, of St. Louis. Mo., cham?
pion middleweight wrestler of Uic Mid?
dle West. Will strive to b'Ulll tho |
world'b championship trom uoo rumor,
of Washington, holder of the Polteo
Gazette belt, at Dioad Street P.uk to?
night. Turner, who used the lou ao.d I
in gaining one down trom Col.ins in
a mutch Hold here Several weeks ago,
has agreed to bar that hold, and lovers
of tiie wrestling game look fur a very
Interesting unu close match to-night.
Turner rarely ever uses the toe noid
In order to get his opponent's shoul?
ders to the mat, but no does use it fre?
quently to get out oi close places, iiu
feels confident that ho can best Col?
lins without that method, while Col
Una is equally confidant he can put
Turner's shoulders to tno mat with u.ai
hold barred. I
Both of tne men arc In the pink of
condition. Their first match pulled oif
in Richmond demonstrated to the sp?o
tators thai they were evenly matched'
and taut they wrestled without resort- j
Ing to rough tactics. To-night's
wrestling bout win aouutiess attract a
large crowd, as previous events have
seen an over-increasing audience.
It takes an expert Ju wrestling to
dele: in.ne Whether a match h-? beeil
"fixed" or hot, and u is to tno credit
of Ouorge Herbert, who is arranging
Um rucul matches, that lucre fiaa been
no suspicion oi any bout being thrown
So long as the game Is cleanly staged,
as it has been in the past, there win ,
be an increasing interes4 In wrestling
in Richmond, ti it a manly sport, one
fielng with baseball, In which women
show an Interest, and the 1aana0erne.1t
i.a? catered to the fair ones by an
bouncing free admission to the park
and the grandstand these events.
The stages will oe moved cioaer to
the grandstand, and police will be on
hand In suiticiciii number to .iu;< the
vieivway open between the grandstand
and the stage on which the men will
contest for the championship belt
There win bo a preliminary event
between HJ. Bits, the blacks nith
wrestler, and some other loeal as.;>.r
ant, beginning prompt!) at S:30 o'clock.
The Turner-Collins match will tturt
about b.-ia o'clock. I
Dr. Allan, Dr. Rice. Dr. Clark
and Others Slated for
(Special to Tne Times-Dispatch.]
Montreal, jif. C.. August 21?Taking
us his text i!.o words found in Mark
10, 0. "What Cod halth Joined lo
gelhor, let no m..n put asunder," Rev.
Andrew Allan, of l'armvillc, Virginia,
ui.s evening preached a sermon which
W'SS. Hum every po.tu of View, a suit?
able climax fur the conference sermons
that have been pleached here during,
the summer assembly of Southern
Presbyterians. Ho brought out very,
forcibly the fact that In all of Iho'
great teachings of the Bible, and in 1
ell of the fundamental doctrines of
Presoytc-rtaiiiam and or. other denomi?
nations, there la the divine sldt and
hum-.11 fslde, und these two must be
tum,, in period harinohy before the
great blessing's which' are in note for
mankind can be obtained.
D.-. Allan. Rev. Theron H. Bio.-, u.
D.. of Richmond, ami Rev. Melton
Clark, u. D., 01 Greensboro, x. c, will j
dc Hie principal speakers on tho re
malndei e>; the program of tho as-1
sehibly, which win close the latter
part of tins week. Ut. Allan will con-;
ijhue his scries of lectures on the
subject. ?Some secrets of spiritual
PoWer,'' i.j ba^i u on the teaching
of the boo;, o; Revelation, ami ne will
speak also on ??tne importance of tue
Or. Kxo will continue to conduct!
the Du?? aour ?3ach day. and complete
als Seiles of lectures oil the leacnmg
Of the book o? Uaiatians.
"The -?y problem will be the sub- ,
Ject of tnree addresses which Ut.
Clark will deliver.
Dr. Clurk la declared by those who
are authority on this subject, 10 be
an expert m handling n.e problem of
tue buy. woicu ut tr.,s taue ia w.tu.lied
With particular Interest.
'i .ie large crowd oi mjiihu ut Mon?
treal lingers in greater ndmber man
ever before ai the c.o. e of the season.
V....- ho.eis are still t-U and the vl luge
still erowUcd. ami many vyill remain
Cor recreation and rest during a yait.
Asidu from the fact that a nome fori
missionaries und tneir families is 10
be erected at Montreal, tue additional
announcement nas just oeen made
of liVu otl.cj specla. bu.l.lihgb to be
erected. One o: these is to be de
voted id ministers of moderate means
who u. sire lo come lo Montreal ful?
The other btiildlns is to be erected
by the l.oar i of regents of t:.u Barium
springs Orphanage, which is t.'e or?
phanage Under the care of the Hynod
of North Carolina. Tills ouildlng will
serve tne p-rpose ot a summer nuusc
lor the 200 orphans ut Bar.am Springs,
friey v.ili be brougat ncre In stctiona
of twenty-live or thirty, accompanied
by leachorsi thus enabling ail of the
teachers and all of the children to 1
derive the benefit of tiie c.lmate, th.. 1
association /and the conferences of
Montreal for uWhlio every summer. j
Tue Methodist Assembly ground noar
Montreat, and to which reference has
been mail- already In The Times-Dis?
patch, is now an assured fact. This
now enterprise will bear the name
The "Methodist Coloney" will have no
connection whatever wit.-, tho Waynes
vil . enterprise, and the ofilcers already
elected for the new assembly asso?
ciation aro Professor Jerome Dowd. of
Charlotte. N. C, president, and Bev.
VV. ti. Mullonco, of Black Mountain,
IJIG RIFLE MA PI II AT
ASHLAND IS SEPTEMBER
The Ashland Rifle Club Is prepar?
ing to hold a shoot the latter part of
September. The fclub has n 1 been
very active this seai.on, s h..otln-_; !r
r< j marly, and with varying attend?
J. II. Elliott. J. H. Strlbhlin.-r and
I M. D. Hart, w ho w ere amongst the
last year's stais, will be on hand and
expect to show C. W, Crew, VV. K.
1 Sounders and fisoar Mallory, the pres?
ent leaders, that they can "oome hick.'"
John C. Basley and W. H. Gregory
probably the topnotchers In 22-callbre
rilledomi have been Invite I to shoot
with the Ashland Rifle Club, and a
batte royal win he fought
The shoot win be un onen one to
which all riflemen are Invited.
CUBS BEAT DODGERS
WHILE GIANTS FALL
Fromme's Masteriul Pitching Responsible for
Reds Victory?Mathewson Is Hit r airly
Hara?i irates Take Game From Bos?
ton and Phillies Win From S-. L uis.
Chicago, o. Brooklyn, o.
PilluburBh. 9. Boston, 4.
Cincinnati. 2: Now York. 0.
St. .Louis. i; Philadelphia,' r.
?tuntllCK ot tbo Clubs.
Club. Won. Lost. P.C. Y. .ii '
New York. 81 35 .699 .617 !
Chicago . 76 41 .650 .636 ;
Pittsburgh. ... 6.3 49 .581 .58ti
Philadelphia .. 57 DS .436 .653
Cincinnati .... 60 C3 .?71 .400
.-it. Louis . 12 66 .441 .535
Brooklyn . 43 76 .862 .898
Boston . 35 F2 .29D ,25t
AVhere Thf? l'loy To-Our.
ton al Pittsburgh.
hbr games not scheduled.!
Chlcugo. 11!.. August I?.?The Cubs took j
the second un<l last ?am? or the series with
Brooklyn 10-day. ? to 0. Cheney'? v?;ior flout
working as he wished it; aod ihn DoJg
era were blanked with ctx hits. Thirteen
Sluma wore made urt Yir.gltng In eight '
rounds. In the second Leach made a home
run. and a puss and a pulr of smK.ua ere- j
a ted anuti.tr tally, and th< same was as
sood as won for the Cubs. For a farewell
wallop. Bheikurd knocked a homer In tau 1
eighth, sto.-lr.j- Archtr, eco/e:
Brooklyn, tub ago.
AB It H O A A 11 K 11 O A
Moran. el-. 3 0 12 IS.Wk'd. if % 1 X I 2
Nun:.'!., rf 4 0 0 2 OacJ-.Lltc. rf J f> 1 > 0
Smith. Jb.. 3 0 15 t Tinker, as S 1 2 0 1
DbUb'rti lb t 0 t 7 uZim'on. ib 4 1 2 0 1 .
Wheat. If.. ?Oll OI.each. cl. ? 1 1 4 0
t.'ulsu'w. .0 4 0 21 2.-aier. lb... 11070
Ptsher. SS., 4 0 0 2 ?Ev?rs. :b . 4 0 3 :5
U.-v.in. c... 4 0 14 1 Archer, c. 3 1 2 ? 4
Ylngilng, p : 0 o 0 Ochenty, p. 4 0 0 0 1
Total? ...il 0 7:ill Totals .. 35 ? 73 27 10
Ftorn by innings: P.
Brooklyn .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o?0
Chicago .0 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 ??i
Summary. Tivo-bnse hits?OuUhaw, Tink?
er, Zimmerman. Evert, beh?te. Thrse-basa
hlf?Moran. horn* tons? Leoch, Sheckard. j
Duubel piny?Smith to Daubert Lett on ;
basts?Brooklyn, I; Chicago, 'j Vit*: base:
on bolii-Off Cheney, 4. off Yln*.lng.
btruek out ? By Yingllng. 2. by Cheney.
Wild pitch?Cheney. Time of gam?, i
Umpires, Klein and Orth.
WILSON BREAKS UP GAME
Plttsbvrgh. S'4 AvigUtt TT?Chief Wilson
broke up the game to-day lr. ::.<? .'ourth in?
ning! when, with the basis filled, he crack
ea out Ms thirty-third '.r.pit.- of tho issa'on
t'amnltt etart.d very unsteady, and the vUP
Lora scorrd three runs In the tirsi on iytO
bit* and two walks, with a batter hll In
the lu-.ith tr.ey crossed th? p.at? again,
when tho riru: tw . batten walked ar. 1 th
third was hit with u plt< >.,-i ball, tilling
the bates. An out scored the only run of
ti.e inning. When W|igori tr.p.cii ryisi -?-s
sent on the rubber, but be walso htt r.atj.
AU K tl O A Ail 11 II O A
Ca'p'ell, c. 1 : 0 I Byrne, 3b.. 4 v 1 u 1
Klrke. 3b... tili I Carey, If.. 4 0 4 : ;
Sween'y. Ib Z 1 ! 0 I Hot an, cf. 3 1 0 2 0
Jackson, if 3 10 1 iWtgq'r, is 4 ! I , 3
Titus, rf... 1 0 1 4 (Miller, tb.i ?11?:
Devlin, lb.3 0 0 13 ?Wilson, rf 8 Z 1 3 u
O Bo'ke, ?? t 6 -. 3 0 Butler. 3b. 3 2 12 3
OowdyJ c . 4 0 t 5 0Gibson, c. 4 0 1 10 1
Dlckson. p 2 0 0 ICsmnits. ; 4 1 3 0 2
Tyitr. p.. 2 5 : 1 4
Total? ...34 4 7 34 1? Totti? ...11 I II (7 10
Score ir.r.inge: H.
Boston.! 0 9 ! 0 0 0 0 0-4
Plttshtirrh .009 $021! ??3
Summary: Two.base hit*? Byrne. Tltiia
Three-base hi:?Wilson llomt run?Wagner
Sacrifice hits?Byrne, iiopnan. Klrke, Double
play?Botler 10 Wagner to Miller Lelt on
bat. ? ?PH:*br.r"h. I. Boston. 10. Flrtt bate
on error??Pittsburgh, 1; Boston. 3 Mils?1
Off Dlckson, 4 !n J !-3 Innings, off T>:. r.
10 !n 4 innln-s Klrst bun- or. balls?Off 1
CamntU. 4: off Ulckson, 3. off Tyler. ?.
Struck out?By Camnlti. i. by Tyler, 1 lilt
bv pitcher? By Cr.mnits. 3- Tun- of Kami:.1
1:00. Umpires, Finn-ran .ir.d Rlgler.
REDS SHUT OUT GIANTS
Cincinnati. O. August 27?For the second
time in succession the Reds ihui out
C.a.-.tu to-day. Fromme holding the i'har.:
plor.s to one hit. a single by Kletche'f In
the ihlrd inning. Fromme wa? very puwir
ful St all sing's, and received brilliant i
port from Egan and Mitchell. Mathewson
was hit hard by Hoblltzel and Mitchell,
who were r-sponslble for botn the Reds'
?a. li-. llob.lm-1 tripled In th.- tlrst 1:..-.
and doubled in the third, and Mitchell drove
him ovi: with a single each time. Phelan
wan put out of the game In tho eighth In?
ning for disputing a decision at third base
by Umpire Johnstonc. Score:
Clnclnnat1. New York.
AB It 11 O A AB R II O A
Bescher. If .' 0 0 I u-i'g.-ase. cf 4 0 0 1 1
M.irs.ir.s. cf 4 ? 0 3 ODoyle, Hb.. 2 0 0 1 2
Be li ze!, lb. 4 2 3 11 0 Herker, rf 4 0 0 0 0
MHchell. rf 4 0 3 2 0 \turray. If 4 0 0 A ')
Phelan. 2b. 2 0 0 0 2Merklc. lb 2 0 0 13 0
Esmond. ?s 9 0 0 0 0 Herzog. 2!> 3 0 0 2 4
Or'nt. *s-2b 3 0 1 3 3 Wilson, c.. 3 A 0 2 1
Euan. 2b... 8 0 9 1 SFSetVr. ss 1 0 I 2 4
M'Lean, e.. 3 0 l 3 IMal'son, p 2 0 0 1 3
Fromme, p 3 0 0 0 4~?pi"'rmick 0 0 9 0 0
tDe-vnre .. 9 0 9 0 9
Crahd'U, p 0 0 000
Totals .. 2S 7 S 27 15 Totiilg ..27 0 '..'It:
?Batted for MathewSon lr. eighth.
? Ran for M^rormlck In eighth.
( core- oy Inning?: ft
Clnolnnetl .1 0:00100 '?2
New York.0 ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 th 0
Summary! Two-base hit?Hoblitzei. Three
base hit?Bebtlisel. Double play*?Fletcher
to Doyle t.i Merkle; Doyle to Merkle ? .< 1
nn base*?Cincinnati, r.i New York, 4. ni::
off Mathewson, 7; off Crandall, I. First
?r ip on '0.-1!'??Off Fromme, t off Math-w
ron. 3 Struck out ?Tly Frim:n> 2: by Ma.
thewfon. 2. Wild pitch?Mathewson. 1*1 me
of jrame. 1:32. Umpires. Eaeon and John
TWO HOME RUNS BY MAGEE
Ft. Louis. Me . Aucust 27.? Two home tur.f
and n triple by Fherwoo-1 Mlige* brought l
the Phillies rix runs to-day and let ?.hem!
b- at the Cordlrnls " to ^. Hag;.- alt bin |
home runs '.?> the same spot ir. th* rlsb'.
Philadelphia. St. L011L.
AB P. II O A AD It 11 O A
Pr.skert, 2b 4 S 3 1 4 ITug'ln*, 2b 1 10 4 6
7Il!lcr. rf.. 5 2 1 1 01.. M'B'O, If 6 1 X 1 j
f. M'gee. If 4 3 i 1 0 smith. 3b.. I 1 2 0 .1
Kon'hy. lb 4 0 0 0,
?-iiilen:?. lb 4 0 0 1$ in-an*, rf . 4 1 SI S
Walsh. 3b.. 4 0 1 1 i^ouser, r? 3 0 ? 7 el
Dr.olan. s*. 4 0 0 2 8f>skes, cf.. 4 0 0 2 0
Kllllfcr, c. 4 0 2 o oWlngo, e.< 3 0 i 3 2
Kolaoh, p . 4 0 9 r 1 C.rlner. p.. 1 1 " 1,1
Seaton. p.. 0 0 0 1 0Steele, p... ft 9 a 9 1
Snvder. c. 1 ft 1 0 i1
Burk. p... 0 0 a f, 0j
^ 'Oallowsy ".000
? Kin* . 10)0
xMowrey.. ft 0 0 ft
Total? ...3? T tetSIIS Totals ...85 5 $37 17]
?Putrid for Grln?r In fifth.
ipattifi 'or Steele tr. seventh
tKftnetehy 'ut. hit by h-f.ed ban.
zBntted for Burk In ninth.
Fcnr.i bv innings:
St. T.ouis.0 -0 2 10 9 9 0 9?5
Philadelphia, .2 0 2 9 1 9 2 9 ft -7
Summary: Two-bise htt?Evan*. Three
base h'.t??WlnR'o. P.iskert. Mager. Home
runt?Evan*, B. Masree dt. f;t.->lrn base?S.
Msgee. Double play??ugR-lr.? to Konetchy.
T.e'i nr. bates?St. Louis. H: Philadelphia. 3. i
Iflts?<">ff rirlner. 7 In 5 Innings: off Ftrc!.-,
7 In 2 Innlnps; on* Nel?on. S In 7 1-S Innlr.K?. 1
PlrSI base on b?l's?Off Nelson, 7; off Steele,
12; off Grlnsr, 1; off BestOO. 1. Struck out?I
By Grlner, J; by gcaion, l. Time of came. 3
buu.-a. Umpires, Brennen and Owens.
"KNIGHT CF HOT SANDS"
WINNER OF TOURNAMENT
l'rolougcd Struggle oil Dunt-Ctuudcd
Cuuroe Before Allen lh
(Special to Tiie Timus-Dlspatch.]
CharlOltcsvillc, Vu.. August 2',.?Oner
of iho biggest tournaments held In
Albemarlo in recent years look place
yesterday at Earleysvllle, tn the noit.i
trn end of tho county. Tiie event was
won after a proior.gi.-d struggle on a
dUSt-OlOUdcd course ny' R, D Allen,
Under the insignia of "Knight of hot
Si.nds." He cho.-o aa queen of love and
beauty Miss Hoaa Bucher, of Cliiir?
Although ihu victorious knight, a
local 6011 with a superbly trained home,
was for weeks the favorite, three i.men
he tied with Charles Cox. entered un?
der the mou. .it appellation, "Knight of
.No Expectation." Miss Bucher's eelec
Hon was a popular one. and ishe wau
called upon lo make several blushing
acknowledgments of the crowd's ap?
The Charge to tho knights was mado
by Albert S. Boiling, of the Charjolles
vllle bar. When the dust of tao tour?
nament h?d cleared away Mr. Boll In 8
then introduced Thomas Presto:: UjC;i
wuod. v- ho ...owned the* queen and her
n.aid- Mt Uockwood is a grandson
of Col?nei Thomas llewig Preston and
is a Journalist of st i>jui? and Chicago.
The winners were: P.. D. Allen, first.
Charles Co\. second; C. B. Dulaney,
thud. J. N Cox. fourth. The victors.
were ln-itrll' d to lind tio.lr ladler..
Mr. Allen el.ose Miss Buchen Criant-a
Cox. Mir? Florence Austin. C. It. L'.i:a
hey, Miss Maggie Moon, aim .1 A. Cox.
ABANDON (SO ?1111 11 MUM) ON
STEPS OF 1 Hli.MitL.vs IIOMB
, Bp :lal to The Tlmcs-DlspatCh.]
\: xandrla Va., Adgusi 27.?A blue
iti baby boy, v.na a beautiful head
, . . . < rt v shout a month
1, was found abandoned at mldiugnt
>t night oy V.u.lam K. Bain a well
own aatdwaie dealer, on the stona
ps ..; t i- Chi dren & Ucme. opposite
s home. Occupants of the home were
1 ay ai the ttinc. being on their vaca
in, T..e crlet ql tho abandoned child
traded i.:e attention of Mts. li.iln,
d in a few minute- shf aroused her
hband. and he went ucross the s'.reot
d there found the child. He Immc
ately took -t inio -.is hotr.o tor tho
ght for shelter.
The child was dressed In white, its
en's Home, which
is future domicile*.
ust '.'7.?lack Britten, of
y defeated Kddle ->-ur
>n, before the Pilgrim
referee stopping the light In tho
eiov? nth roun i, Prom the nrsi bi II
Britten carried the fight to Murphy,
who was iinaole to guard effectively,
and rallied only one., in the seventh.
In th< tenth round Murphy went down
under 11 rain bl blows to the face, but
was savi-ii by the bell. The eleventh
round had go....- but .? few sec n Is
When Murphy was again down, and on
the second fail the referee closed the,
bout, which hud but one more round
In the pre Iminarlcs Tommy Murray,
of Philadelphia, knocked out C.is
Benny, of Boston, in the tlrst of a
scheduled six-round bout.
629 E.Maln St,
Ric limon d V\
AND ALL WEE If.
Mot, To-Morrow nnu Saturday,
'The Goose Giri"
Frnm tht Nov.-i bv Harold >tner3rMh.
Prices; Mats. 25c. SJc- Nirrht. 25c.
TWO DA VS.
Labor Day Excursion, to
Via B.. P. & p. a. R..
HONDAYi SEPTEMBER 3 10121
Train leaves Broad and Hancock
Streets Monday mornlnr; at 9 A. M.
Returning, leaves Washthfftbn Tuen,
day, September 3. at r, p. M. sharp.
Hound Trip Fnrei
nichmond to Washington.p-.tb
Kiehninnd to Fredertcltsburg.81.33
Ashland to Washington.K!.3?
Mil ford to Washington.91.73
We fro, rain; or shine.
Train stops pt all repulnr statlonn.
LeaRUO gan.V between Philadelphia
j, '.c. Thompson A Co.,
i A M.inagora