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THREE RUNS IN NINTH
WIN GAME FOR CUBS itcher Donnelly Weakens, and Chicago Hammers Out Needed Tallies. SEVENTH LUCKY FOR GIANTS Beat i ? idgcrS; and I 'iri rounee Phillies in Ten inning I7ight. es VVISHarrif. Me Don Off 'hi h#y. ?' off Ii i lift ?>? pltcher TEN1 STRAIGHT FOR PIRATES I'hllnili Iphla, 1'if Mmrcli. A U It II <> A All It II ? ? I ' ?4 ?. ?.* i3 :o SALLEE LOSES HIS GRIP St. I.olllk. Nest York. All It 11 O A A B It : 7 - . Mar'nrd. r : o o 6 VYIltte, ji l o 0 o ' ?liUB M.T II1? Ilr National League Itrsl I.TS A KS1 >:UI) \ V. ?tiklj n. I: < Iii?-1iiiwi11. 5. Yt rk. :ti SI. I. Ilonton, t hl. ui:?. It. Plillndvlplilii. Plllsburgb, 0 (?<??? III lllllUM. I lull ? i imiim; ,rk. .Ills. I 11*1. VV. .t117 ( lilengu . i. . Plttftlmrirli i luclnnhtl .. I*lilliiilcl|iblii .iKtrs .111II I. Ilrookl: II..-loll 11 :nis \\in:iti: TIIKY Pl.Al TO-n.\Y. Pittsburgh ni Rrnoklyn, < Iticlnnutl in Philadelphia. i hlniKu in Vfii York, St. I Olli? lit llOStUI N OPENS AT PH-MACOf Attendance Breaks Previous Kecord?Prospects for Football Team. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Ashland, Vai, September 13.?At the tolling or the bell for tho opening of the eighty-first session of Hun dolph-Macon Coll ige yesterday a :.?:ge;- number of studvpts took their si ats tii.iu during any previous year, and every train bring* new nun. Kev. \V. G. Parlier, of Pirk Place; Rev. II. 0 Pf.'.trcr. Hi .. Earliest Stevens and Kev. vv. J. Young. D. p., of Richmond, occupied seats oil the platform and participated in lac opening services. Dr. Young delivered an Inspiring ad di :s- to the young itieri'. The. formal announcements tor the session were made by President Ulackwell. The prospects for the football team ari- v^ry bright this year. There are four lettered men in the back field ready lor work, including Captain Ivca at left haii. Clciiton and Blount at right half, and Hopkins at full hack. in the line there ivi ? a num? ber ??: lettered men hack. Turner, a -."-pound fae-kln, is In tine shape, and will be a tow, |. df strength at left tackle. Copley, with two years' ?x- i porlence at right tackle, will steady I the light sid,- of the line. Y'aughan, I Walker. Gajie ate! W.-ay all made their letters .in the ends, and are back ! In line trim Of the second-team men YVoorthouse. Bruce, Duyerlc and Hooker all look! lit for the line. Among tho new men there are- .-.viral husky ybungstei who have good reputations. 1.. vv Itless; v. p. i s coach last year, has been secured to coach the Yellow Jackets this year. Coach Warren. ,,( last year's team, will he greatly missed, Mit In Rless It Is thought a worthy successor has been loon.I. The team lias ai'rc-ijdy started work under the direction "f Captain Ivos, itifiss will be in Ashland the 14th. Vance Pitches in Old-Time Form and Needed Run Is Scored in Ninth. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.J Petersburg, Vi, September 13.? with Vance pitching in old-time form, Pe? tersburg won the third of the BOrlOfl from Anderson this afternon. for six innings both Uamstiy and Vance pitched lino ball, allowing only live .;it.-> < a.-':., aim thej were so .-. ..tiered that no one wa.-s enabled to score. In the seventh, McCoy for llic visitors, singled, stoie second and scored on Dannau'.?, two-bagger. The ex-Champs t ? o the score in their half or the game Inning on Uronnngnn's single jtnd Sim? mons'* three-bagger, In the ninth, Hie ex-Champs caught on to Ramsay and singles by Spencer and Hreiinagan, Vance being hll by a pitched imll. Ulli d the bases Simmons'* bunt resulted in : I ' ' er being thrown out at the plate, hut Morris..n ended the agony by hlt tlni a hot or .- t? third; which Damrau failed to handle, and ttroiiuagaii cross? ed the ;.!:rre ivIth ta- winning run. .-?core by innings u. h. fcj, i Anderson .0 0 00001 00?l s l : > sliiirg -1.O;0 0 1 ? I??> l l o Hattorlcs: Vance and Uremiagun; 1 Ramsay and Malcolmsbn, Umpire, ?Vr \y >EDGE Friendship only in Old Quaker. | Yy^y\ There is nothing half as appropriate. LFnC? This pre-eminent American product is till.U as exquisite as Friendship itself. Begin today using for every reason ? purity ? smoothness?flavor and GO Honest Old Quaker R. L. CHRISTAIN & CO., RICHMOND, VA. THREE WOR RECORD BY EVELYN \t Race Constitutes Fastest Two Heats Ever Paced by a Marc. Syracuse, n. v.. September 13.?Three world's recordB were broken to-day by Evelyn w.. in winning the free-for all pace at the Grand Circuit meeting held in ebtinecti'On with the New York State Pair. Her time for the mile, L'.OO 1-2 ill the second befit, was the fasten heat ever paced by a mare, the fastest second heat by pacers of either s-x, and tin raCi constituted the fastest two heats ever paced by a innre. The timi by quarters: 31, 1:1)0 3-4; 1:30 3-4; 2:00 1-2. The lirst mile was In 2:03 1-2; last half mile In &?) 1-2. It was The Pel that forced this bay mare to extend herself, the two speed? ing side by side around the mile circle. Evelyn W. was the lirst t'> 'lie wii'c in each heat by a narrow margin Tiie summaries; 2:0S ttbti purse S1.2o0?Oakdale. g. g., by Nomanco, lirst; Marigold. I,, nwl second; Todd Mack; br. s., (Valentine), third. in >t time. 2:0" 1-1. 2:06 pace, purse $1,500?Don Pronto, blki in. by 'I'lo Director General, (D?r? fe? '. first; VVldrnd, lilk. s., (Valentino),j secondS Jones Gentry, b. p., (Murray); third. Pest time. 2.03 1-2. 2;0S Hot, purse $1.200?James W. by Slinmorc, (Spragne), list; Baron Aber? deen, b. go (Drlnkwater), second; MM* Davis, idk. m.. (LaSalle)i third. Time, 2:11 1-4; 2:1h 1-2; 2.1'1 1-4. Free for all pace, purse $1.000?Eve? lyn W.. I) m. by The Soy. (Stink), first; The Eel. g. s? (McEwen), sec? ond; Independence, liny, c, g., (Valen? tin. i. third. I'.. ?i time. 2:00 1-2. FINE l.Mi .l\ll. SENTENCE, Prlstol. Va., September 13.?In the ease of T. xiis Bondurant, one <>f the live women who appealed from the fine and jail sentence imposed by Mayor for keeping of c-rtain reSOI'tS, a Jure In the Corporation Curt to-dn> lined the woman }.'"'(>. the limit und- r the law, and sentenced her to six ^c_lis in .tall, as the Mayor had done. The tine is now double what ih" Mayor made it. a motion was made to have the ver? dict .-? t asld. Judge Kelly will hear argument on this motion later. The :ive women ran now look I > ; Stat..- Court of Apieais as probably their only hop!. Ministers and business men gave tcs tlinuhy tlgnlnSt the Itondurant woman. WON BY BRISTOI Appalachian Leaguers Shut Out Virginia Pennant Winners. I Spei i.ii td The Tlmes-nispfttch.] rtoanoke, Va . September 13?The Bristol pennant winners of the Appa? lachian League, won the fourth and deciding game of the *..?-i>-s froth Itoa-'l in.ke by shutting out the Tigers. Brls-,| tol cinched the game by scoring runs in tio- ninth. The game was well: pliiybtl, but til" tin. pitching of Wil-' llams wotl for Bristol. Oreen also pitched v.ell, and an error started the' scoring in the ninth, ivhlle an error was responsible tor Drlsioi's lirst run in th. nrth, a double-header will play.-.i to-morrow. Score by innings: p. Hi E. Itoanoko.) 0 0 0 ) 0 0 0 '??0 4 Bristol .^O'OOIOO I <. ? Batteries; Green and Lafltte; Wll Hains and Mtltison. building~permits 1 I ? W . 1 . t. to Ercci Three-Story Uor inntory HUlldlng. Building and r.-pair permits were issued yesterday as follows: W. A Neil I, to creel a onC-story storago on the wcsl side of Hull Street; between Eighth und Ninth h 1 ? -. to cost $350. Young w..f .r.'. Christian Associa? tion, to er. et a throe-story and base? ment brick dormntory building on the I north side of Cory Street, between Adams and Jefferson Streets, to cost James Fox ,\: Sons, to erect a two story brick carpenter shop oh the jinst ride of Twenty-fifth Street, be tweeii Main and Franklin Streets, to cot $2,00,0. .Mrs, A: nl. Steinbrecher, to repn'r a brick fltoiei 20D West Broad Strcot, to icost $350. T; J.Wttlkcf. to r. palr a brick Stable, I '.?-'?. Park Avenue, to cosi $500; 1 Henrietta Jones, to repair a brick 1 dwelling, 1013 st. .lames street, to cost 1 ] will attend to bosses | Boosevpll >m.is the, Will lie Hellt Two , 1 10 I'in- ut 1 lie Polls. 1 Ogdch. Uthhi September 1". "We nro going i.. beul th> bosses two to 6tie' at the pou, next November," Colon ' 1toosev.1t prophesied to-diiy, Me said I th; 1 in the r-lnst Co Progressive party1 would "attend to the bosses," and | ir;.,,| tile people of the WoSt to dO likewise. While the progressive move- . m. nt h id Originated In th.- West, he 1, 1 11 ? 1. epri udlng ilk'- ?flltlft.ro in t)i. Rhsi-." Colon. : 1:.veil made his prophesy at til.- closi of his long tour 'tl the, Northwest, tile outcome of tyJtlch ho said pleased him greatly lie fume to-.lav in t:tnh from llolse, Idaho, speaking on tl,. why at Itlnckfoot mull 1 ,. |< Do, Idaho. II. itoppl 1 in 1 igdi u . ? pates io the Progressive State ronven- ; r. i io !. 1. f( for' Bi tic. Nov.; on ins 1 way' to the coast. j 111.<1 1. Killed. Mounted Patrolman 1: W. Allen ?. ? ierday afternoon shbi a mad dog which had be n terrorizing residents In Grove Avenue Whlli the animal bitten no One, nor attempted to .1.. jo, "!: f|ir "H ''""!: he learned, it was frothing 11t the mouth nnd a vctor li iry S irgV on had pronounced it rabid. It was found by the other under a porch at 20?S G.-ove Avenue, and kill ? ? without difficulty. I Iren,an Hurt. Lieiitenhht William Ktirrj of i-.r.cine Company No. <t. was slightly hurt about t'. l. 1. yesterday afternoon ab..it 1 o'clock while responding to uu alarm ' ? fin Dli arrangi tncnl th.- har? ness canned the horse- to draw the npp irrttus el.osn to the door ? aid Kerrfs leg was canp hi as I It Pi "? I Though Ills Injury was T-n111 fii 1 Korr remained on duty. Receive Notional ftunrd, I A C i ,(;,. t.,-:,,,,,.,..,, w_ Wj si?e uns In Sn\ i i W4?r:^',v rtrrnngirtat tMth n local rein? ig j 1 ..f ihr. National ! '/ 1 * Ist n of I hi I*n|i. A Stn ten, in Hint clt) mr:y In Ii? ILIKELY-lO ! CANDIOATtSOUT I FOR PRACTICE i t Early Season List at Virginia Is Increased to Twenty Eight Men. I .Special t?. Th.- TiniOM-Oispatch. 1 ChaiioltesVIllo. Va . September l::.? lri. v. n udditlonal candidates for Vir? ginias football tenth to-day swelled tin- early souson list t , l weiity-elgh t, and for nearly three boms the pluyeii; woiy put through a llvtdj practica in weather more ilk. October than middle Si ptcillbi :. Tin. new iiialerlal included fconii likely looking play rfi, notably Maiden, who hails from Mobile, and "Jack? Brown, a live man from the l-lplsoopnl High School, The former intended Kmory and Henry College, this State, several years ago, where In- alternated at guard und tackle. Tib past wiiitoi h< was a member of th.- Mobile Young Men's Christian Association Basket i>.ili nulnt, which tuptmed tin- Baiuh ern championship. Despiti his 222 pounds, ho Is very active and should "in a place in the Virginia line; Brown also handles hliiiself very w<-II. lie weighs ilsO. Other candidates reporting Were Lunktord, a l-rotlier of Burnley Lank ford, a fc rin. i Virginia halt-back. <;;1 letto, vx-cuptuln of the Uandolph-Ma con Coll,;;, team; Uumbough, a track man and winner of the crosscountry run last full; Harris, troth Wood berry; Golden, of Columbus, Go ; and Grbhe. Another player who will report to morrow i.* Green, a forward from the Georgia team. Cuptaln Todd was played at quarter on the lirsl team, which contained one to w candidate; Gillette at end, The second eleven was coached by Honakcr, and judging fiom th.- pace tin- men wire sent through to-day. a scrim? mage may be looked for by Monday. Football and Baseball Star Was Greatest of the Great. 11 % IUI IMP Hill CK. Who ?111 be I h. Kam White of the 1311! football season'.' .-'at.ford B. While won the football championship for Princeton1 last year, and for himself he I recognition as the most brilliant athlete in the annals of American collegiate sport ' His individual work won both the Yale! and Harvard football games .if 19il. Many experts say that this year's hew rules will oblivfate this individual starring; that the team whose players' ? ire of the greatest average strength I Will do the winning. Now. it is only th,- truth that these j experts know Very little about What football Is going to be like this year.! da:.-: the 111 w rules, ways may be j discovered to revolutionize the gtid-j iroil game. These experts no doubt j thoughtfully in doping out the end ofi Individual prominence, but still it is; the writer's humble opinion that more than one of the important games of I 11112 will bi one-man victory's, and j tn.it i.' M Thanksgiving will see a mw collegian crowned tie. hero iit fOOtbail dom, it was .Sam White last year and Ted Coy th..- year before, and it w ul e soiu, ou?; else Ulis year. There s new one every year, liven when the hi ru of oil" aeasoii lias another year in the, game, lie doesn't repeat. The most Important change that will lie brought about by tne new rules is the allowance of tour downs instead of three In which to advance the bail ten yards. '1 tus. it is widely claimed, puts a premium on the old-tlmo game?tho klll-tht-taeklc mass plays?giving a .ued advantage to the, heavy teams that nie best at straight football. This argues that the 1&1? star will be an? other catapulting lyic-plut.g. r of tho Ted C">- type- A little thought, how? ever, will make 'i clcai to the student eil till guiuc thai the iiuskj- tuilback is t.-.t the logical candidate. A compara? tively light man i--> more likely to be tin owner if the. fi.ee favored for dis? play on the November sport pages. He will probably be a lithe, shifty sprinter, v. Uli .me.a ability :*i riod-lii", und shaking off tucklers, and a particular knack bi batching the forward pass and got ting away with it fast. Tin r< ason lor this lies in tlio fact that tlie forward pass will reach its greatest development this year. Tins is Hie play tiiat Is goiiig to make the high scove-s, mid that is going to win games. And it is tin- star performer in tins play who will bo the star of Hie hui seasbii. The four-down rule, coupled Wim the new rule which al? lows the attacking side to make foir v. .ml passes ot unlimited length, oven across the goal line, opens up unlimit? ed possibilities for the forward puss. As tin rule protecting the receiver 01 the forward pars ;? still in force, th--. offense is givi n Vast liberty fn the use of this play. Th. right of the offense to make for? ward piisses over tin goal line, will make it necessary for the defense to Kiep its second line back instead t>' massing us whole strength on the Uno m tin manner that caused so many failures lb score last year after the of? fense had carried the ball down to the t. n-yiird lino. Pr'ncetori won't have Sam White this \?ai. le t she may have his successor. Walter Ctlmp one.- said, "Por bril? liancy of achievement no teams have produced so many stars as those of Princeton." Princeton had had men McMann, McXalr, Moff.it. Lamar, Allies, King and DeWitt, who alone havo won a great game, and it has had a Poc, who alone defeated Yale two years in succession, but never before White's time has Princeton or any other college had a man who, by in? dividual achievement., won two baae hnli games from Yale and a football i-iimr fr>m br>th Yale and llarvrd. PnrrelPn Decisions, Auburn, N. Y. September is.?Chair? man .lohn )I. Parr. 11. of the national board of arbitration of the National Vssoclatlon of Professional Baseball ItengunSj to-night handed down the ill iv nig decisions: Claims allowed- Perryman against Danville, Vn,; Dessau .against Atlanta (allowed in parti; Vetton against Tnl ladega, Ala. Claims disallowed?Purroy against Albany, ('??>.. H, Brooks against Peters. ' Iiurg. I Tno app.--.-il of Bristol from Knoxvllle i decision la disallow cd. VIRGINIA GOLFERS L?SE II HATCH AT WASHINGTON Columbia Players Take Four Out oi Five From Country Club. [Special to The TlmOs-Dlspntch: I ! Washington, u, ??.. September in Co iimblu golfers captured nine bill of j t? -11 mutches in tue Middle Atlantic (.l?If Association to-day, when tii- y ?von I four matches "lit i<t f'vo from the Country Club 01 Virginia <<: Itlchmond, in the uiternboii niul look the in mi , trie set-to from the Hermitage Holt Club by default. II> victory Co? lumbia tumps from :t:th place in tue utiindiim to second. Summary: Culuiiibln C. C. ?"? mil. .us. Hermi? tage H. C., ii i forfeited i. Columbia c. (!., t mutches iMrgln'u. l Kddle H. Kyhon, jr., oi C?>Hi defeated VV. ii. lulmer, of VlrgliPu, by t up; a. .-v Mattlngly, of Colutiiblii, ili? leiited Captain Doiiglaa CiU; of Vir? ginia, by up and -2 to play. Captain John Davidson Columbia, de? le. ,1..! H. S. Jones, of VlrWliiia, by ?'? up und t.. piny; Dr Li ? i. Hainan. ..i Columbia, def.at..I K T. Olgnln. of Virginia, by ?? up ut.d to play, f. J. D. Muckny. of Virginia, defeated A. It. Loci, of Columbia, b) ll up and j to pjay After the matches the Virginia mctn be.t'i were cntertalhod at ditilier by | tb.. p.i al t. am. In the Minor Leagues SOUTHERN LEAGUE At M? iriphis: Memphis. :.. Vtlantn. At Nashville: NaShVllle, ;i. Chatt hoogti 2 lte?l inning.-.'. At Moblll Mobile. ; N< ? Orleans, Birmingham-Montgomery; not tchj tiled to-day, INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE At Torontw; Toronto. 7; Monti At Bochestnr; Bochesteri o. Buffalo, At Jersey city; Jersey City. 7; Pro AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Louisville. Louisville. 2. Toledo. ?i (second gitrne; called m.'i. dark' ness i. a: Kansas City: Kansas City. Mil? waukee, At Louisville; Louisville, ll; Toledo, I At Columbus: Columbus. ;,. li.-i aiil apolls. 3. SEEK SETTLEMENT Or OTHER CLAI.ViS Pressure Brought to Bear Upon State Department by Con? tractors in Cuba. '.Va.-i, .i-.gto!.. .-? ;)?., :nb. i:ig t!,.- ? !.:..:. ? <l seltl Klley claim against tin ment, which led t" ?? P? / ? :uba lias al allotmt ?? ?: n? mat :.. contract, ihd thie.it. :.s uugh th.- en ll<l labor. the ha i Is of in liaviiha, Involving about 115.003,000 i h' . ohtract was let to duili.g Heiter.ii \Vood-s adm In quba. and it was! later provided In tin- treaty with the contract ivotild cot force by the island gbvc It Is now said inat money to pay l;.'- ;.. i . i til.- work progi uses, tors, notified by the Glib of the prospects ai d t tinue tue w irk, . ?? i would be in violation oi as w.-ll as t h,- t: . ? .. heavy lOSS fbl tlo in til tolled Mi. Ill ? . ?:' pi.lilt The subject, is now ii the American leguiio) which is expected to bring it to attention of the Gomez goVernmen It is -aid at th- .-tot. Depart:.! that no formal request ha* beeti ceived from the C: >nh goverhnii for permission required by treaty, float another foreign loan to r.'li the present financial situation In island. 1 Uncials refuse to Ihdic what answ.r would be returned such a request; Ii would involv, considerate.f whether it might necessary for the I'hitcd States again Intervene in Cuba, In a lliiuh instead of , political HClISC, and V tin- purpos. >.f rehabilitating Island's linances and placing the g eriiment in a position to meet its i 1 standing obllgiil Ions It Is the Impression her.- tint a Cuban presidential elections within i months may change the polities of government nothing is likely to don.- in Washington it present to c< plicate the situation Mlt.< >< It I lids UK I : It % ? Mam III.- \\ onilll Jill) 17 Mel ISpecllil to T Danvill-. Va. John a. Scrtlt. parts unknown \\ bo Left II.one un !.> Her It un bund. - 'I'm..- s-l dvp-it. h. 1 Septembei I.!.?.Mrs, who left this eltv for ... r husband on July ., arrived in the city last night and witjj met by lor husband at the depot, She was accompanied bv h r second eldest child, Lois- who left at fr., name time with her mother. Mi- Scruggs to-day declined to talk on the subject but stated that his wife had been ii visit to friends In a city which ho would not name, and that she know nothing of the whereabouts of missing City Tr. astirer pnyiot Kelley-Springfield NUF SED CHEMI COMPANY, 629 E. M*in Street. - - Richmond ,Va c^UOTOR CARS Gordon Motor Co. RED SOX WIN AGAIN IN PENNANT MARCH American League iii?si i.Ts \ i:sTi:un \ \. < blcauo, -ei-. > nrl:, <>. i lev? l-iii.i. |0| IMitliihVlliblti, S. SI. I iiuin, jj Boston, li, Detroit, Iii WiiMhlugtoii, S Iten ln nlii-;-. i. ST IMIIM, Ul' I l.l US, l.nsl ? liibtt. V. on. I oil. l'< . 1 car. iiokidii . im) um ,7 in . is,-, Philmlelphln . '-i r.i .noil ,ilita \\'iinIiIiii;(iih m .ri'i .mi 'Ii'1?!:" Ii.'. IUI ,|M5 .llllt Dolri'll ,. , . . , ii* r - . 'ii:) .ijilij (ii'i flniiil i*ii 7-, ? ?-, -.::n ?n Vork. is sn .:;.-., ~,Jn Louis Ii: ss .". i:t l-.ii, w in i. r i m; \ f \ \ i ii.ii \ >,. \VitNliim;(iiti in ii,troll. l'klinil 'l|ilil:i ai i Irvflumi >'?? York ntji ?.' II.i--i.iii in si, I.oiiIn. V1NCHESTER FAiR COMES 10 CLOSE during Three Days' Exhibition Attendance Readies 30,000. ? ?vda the largest a ?xhlhliioii in the h ? Oe/iirgc Bdwnrd Sllll illwa'y, leaving Hie thera petting tiielr B. b. s m . \V. B MIHI r; i 1,1; Doll ? Lottie Mi. h nil. T. J, J 11 1 ii Anna I'.ilUu i. l> m l!a:r ah PEPC? HERE [OR DOUBLEHEADER Eattle-Axe Team on Edge for Return Games at Broad Street To-Day. Itldhihoiid, with the 1'cpcoa, o: Washington, III thy double-header at Proad Streut Park thin afternoon at 30 o'clock, Tin' local players at.- lie I ierinlin .1 to make an evei bi ak ?ith ii..- capital t iu'ad by selling t>-?th of trie contests itrid the) lotlresrl early last nlgiu with bright visions of victory ami their restoration to the pcdestp.1 from which th. y were abruptly hurled in ths course of an afternoon's sport last Saturday. The Pcpcos will arrive in IMehmond tins morning with the hbnildehcc of Washington fans and tin- morul sup port "! two conquests behind them. Tirei will I,.- ihei ai the ?tatlon by a committee troth the Amateur Baseball Commission and will I,.- accorded the ? irnt: hospitality Hint was shown the Itlchrnond boys on their excursion across tin- Potomac The team will leave he:-, to-morrow afternoon, and If It drops both games It may bu that it will cotrii ilgalti. The city having turned out tin largest iittondnhce will be th'- sen.' ,,f the deciding gam . and :.. probiibli thill Itlchinplld will be on hand to-day with a crowd that will far exceed the number of ndntlsslbhii at Washington. Dr W 11. Parker, m.innger of the Baltic Axes, hits put his team through sonn- pretty stiff prices during tin- past week, ami In- believes that it Is in con. ditioii to phi) the kind of ball that would at lensl havi won one of Ihu games Of the tirsi double-header, Ifulchcr will pilch oii< of I.he games, and If his showing during the past Week Is any criterion, he will be nil there wheii he steps Into tie; box. If lltilcht-r Is In form, it is a safe bet that he will hold tic visitors down to a paucity of lilts, and his teammates will be there with n practiced eye in give him the best of support. nimmt or Baur will twlii-oiie of the contests. The B.ttlle Axes are not attempting to prove an alibi for last .Saturday's gam's, tier are they endeavoring to escape "ii any legal technicalities, but th'v i*x thai they did not put up thu article of ball of which they are capa? ble. They believe that with the homo rooters Shouting for them In full force, Instead of minimizing their i-fforts, lin y will lie able to inn a couple over on PepcO. The teams will play with the fol? low:-^ Old, rsi Battle Axe ?Oratly, shortstop: Schmidt, left Held; Bauer, rlghi Hold; mount and Ifuifcher, pitchers; Dowden, second base; FOfd, first base; .1. Wb.it flold. centre Held; I lay. catcher; Ij. Whit Held, substitute. Pepeo? Murphy. sVCOnd base Martin or Olli, shortstop. Fury, right field! Mor? ris, bft field' Si-it.-, nrsl base, Clroen, centre Held; Howard; third base; Munch, catcher; Barton and Sullivan e,r Bell, pitchers. The umpires will be "Shorty" Hughes, of Washington, and Hicks, of Rich mond. Bedient Is Effective All tliq Way, and Browns Arc Tr< miiccd, 6 to 2. NATIONALS LOSE IN TENTH Kaps Have Easy Time With" Athletics, and Doves Win From Browns. !<mbc| !?-Th" Kfd Sox t-M ?ry to Iholr pennant march eins ihi Urown? a to ;'. ite ?outhpaw, had two ? nt?! und >-|ghth. when sis thr.e doubl??, produced flvw fffccllVi with 'i?n on f S I 0 2 l\ ':i? * 1 9 : 31 n>" ? 0 1 10 01 ? ? 1 u t g P? 0 ? 0 s fntaijt n ?. 9 n ll ? "M 0? ! Of o_j Verk'e? A'rxnn. !"c hlt-Lewt?, i.eft on hat.s rat bat? on balle t. i. Struck out r.t. 5. Time o< 1 **nd Kran. TIGERS WIN IN TENTH fptemb?r 13 ?Waahlnf tot, ' I" r-.f It . ;.:,.r to. I.i , r ??id lost th? .1T1 *6n In tbi 'sventh b.jmi i n, ? to 1. Two hits, two atk Irl 1)14 r?ftfr? lor It ,?h, f t ?n<J Kit. On.lo ?Sin In the t*nth. 1 In? ? ar.j Kotier'? \\ s?b<ncton. 1 Z Innlnjrfc Flr?t na?e on ? . or l|-tirh^?. 3. ..ff llneV. -By Kr-'.?-. : hy noeh'.r, I r| 11 I 1 : S> vi nth Page.) Sunday Excursions to the Seashore \ in Norfolk nml Western Railway. Only ihre, m ire Sunday seashore .\ lirslohs will be operated from Rlch> moiid this season by the Norfolk and W< itern Railway, viz: September 15, and j9. The through coach to Vlr-j glnla Beach has been withdrawn, btifc? roUnd trip ticket^ to Norfolk. Virginia.! Beach and Ocean view will be sold 011,7 above dates', at rat.- of ft.50. good ont trains leaving Blchmond S:'.0 and 5:on5 A .V . and leaving Norfolk 4:15 andj .' 10 i' M. as usual, except that here-J after Virginia Beach passengers willj change cars at Norfolk. C. IT. BOSliBT, I District passenger Agent. received another fall shipment of Cufturn Shirts Nifty designs, $1.50 Let us demonstrate it to you. KAHN S OF RICHMOND, No. 7U E. Broad St. 3mu0rmrntd BIJOU This Week Best Seats, 50 cents, tint I nee Saturday^ James Porbes's Comedy Drama, "The Traveling Salesman" A Riot of Comedy, week?"The Angelus." The Little Theatre NEXT TO THE EMPIRE. 5c Afternoon '?c BvenlngM ?z to 7 P. M. ' '<> 11 P. M. Pour moving pictures and a Bun/, two pictures of which are brand-now. Special seats reserved for r.ursoii with children, 6C each until 7 P. M. 1SEB?LL Intercity Championship, RICHMOND vs. WASHINGTON Two Games. i BROAD STREET PARK. Saturday Scntrmber 14. 2i30 P. M.