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1 -ike wine, improves with .tw Its perfect t-mo fm.ilitio? grow sweeter and more mellow wit It ti c. The piano that will last .1 lifetime, and the passing years will riot impair ii value. Send lot our froj catalogue <>l llardmuns und other hl?h-gi ade pianos, Walter D. Moses & Co.' 103 Rast Hrii.nl Street. OLDES1 Ml sit. 1 lOl si. IN V KG INI A AND NOK III CAROLINA. i? NOT PROIVIiSE IB SUPPORT DiX used tl>? situation, but il i ? . I I Ii: \\ Iii,.? III >l.-,t llr> im. Trn> Inr?* handier* \Vi Idon, N C-i Sahn bitier I r- the lecddliig of Icsae ir.vlii Trnjlor ami Miss Irm.i 'lIliKtiti Chandler, both of IJ'etershur?, l??k i.i i?? hl thi> Terminal >tel hrre, Magistrate Stntnbnck Pflr will bo lYfeill (j'ri September 21 t ? llpuppolaU ,1mU i uramlnklonerK* luge. ;? r Rlchnrdson, l.h th< Hu used Lawyer's Examination Is Set for Sep? tember 24. id." said G In deciding not tu have a "I am g?lhri to try io get ? gent word to an Crane Co r asking tilth If he will tak-_ URGES FRICASSEED POTATOES HoMon's Major ^a;> There l" 10? \\U?-. to took "S JIlMl-." Boston. Be tut? nibor 1".?-Fricasseed potatoes" Is Mayor Fitas-er ajd's latest ? Thr MaVOr who. by the way. has Ho at ? fforts Fryj brill, stew, grill or frlcassei liti Ii," tho .Mayor promptly retC 1 immediately exceptions ?? u- t his advice of '"frlcassei Inc" tirls." Serve them up In tho same t fr|i:asseerl Chicken is cooke.l," Mayor's reply. Start Using The Vertical File f*s""sss; :~\ Ami let it crow with vout'business. One I ^ '^*>i 0 < ii .!.'?-r v .ill li'-M 5.01 ?0 papers, ami ( in .Jrr "???' _ ??-> be added to as more capacity is desired. rp?^ ' Correspondence pi'operly kept ami at uU tended u> increases your business, until shortly y?u will be using stich an outfit *sJ a. show ri I iclow , S<^??lZ ?? .,-:-ifes'?*?JsaL*J| - t <~ .-. ? The Office Specialty Co., Inc. I 5 North Seventh St. JOHNSON BETTER im joe woo j Lajoie Says There Has Never Been Better Pitcher Than National's Star. ? . ? j 1 : lias,, i to the pli ? ? v. i did anything like th: w 1? c??chlng 6ft lirst tVhi n h iUife. It's ni-tA to impossible. 1 his fast one. If he didn't ha^ I control he would kill so mar. ? rs h? would be barred from tl ti< He'd wr. ,: every club 1 iei against. There's next to t ice to duck or back away fro artin, of d ? ? spt HORACE F?CEL TALKS TRADE IN NEW YORK Moore. Mager. VVnlsb and Kitalic Men tiooed In Sc? rei Meeting ? < t Kent Walsh have In ? ii m< st how I.' Iiis and New V" re In the three or fou. i irti' I Majority Think They Will Suf? fer Because of Changes in Football Rules. j New York. September i?-?Walter ? Climp'S latest variety of football rules Has tie in accused ot being everything i tt(un u return to the old eat ctU alive , ...=. t , being its, I nciition, winch v. i.i na\e . ? - vev oi tu.- new football laws lea.ua t" tilii belief thai the game mat will i develop under them Will be u close cousin to that played in 1?U!>, an i|i* I vnation to the tackles to Stand up i ana oi: killed. Last yeai h rules favored t-.. defense i to such an extent that .?.???.;:... ivas ut? most impossible ana llukj In tu- ex? treme, it appears that in their -t. fort to Strengthen the olfonsc the rule. i mahei t iu\i- g.iii' to tu,- other bound I ar> and thai scoring t.. s year .? llkciy to be enormous, artd that and defense developed will lie helpless against a heavy, fairly fast back held, working to gain t-ii yards in four downs. The mass play died when pulling ami pushing a man through the line was abolished. inn tin- tnekle now will havo to stand the shock of ills opposing forward, and then of a hi livy man bent on ni?klng tun or three yards, lie will not, lu all probability, get much help from t:.e secondary de? fense. To weaken the defensive baCk Une unduly win be simply an Invita? tion to the offen80 tr> work the now unrestricted forward pass to Its heart's content. TWO GOT LICENSES Krldny, the Thirteenth, ma Not Dlatnrb Four Hnppy Lovers, The fact that yesterday was Friday, ihe lSth, did not deter two couples from seeking Deputy Clerk William ilrecden in the Hustings Court nnd applying for mnrrlago licenses. I'llOSe WhO deli,-,I tile S U | ,1 ? IS I i t lOtl S were I'ldwih Thomas I'llkiuton and Ulla Florence smith ami Peter Uivo of this city, and SadlO Woolerv, of WTlmlng-i ton. Del. OF A FULL LIMP LEATHER BOUND Pages he Times is one of a syndicate; of leading newspapers which has had the wonderful opportunity of secur? ing for a limited time the erttirc advance edition of the most modern dictionary published, enabling them to inaugurate a great educational campaign of national scope. This NEW dic? tionary has been agreed upon as the means of carrying out these plans, as it meets every require? ment. 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Every school pupil in thi- city \:EEDS this LATEST Dic? tionary,; and THK I I M 1 -.S I >lSPATt 11 makes it possible for tin in to haye it practically as a gift, This Ml IDERN Dictionary i- filled froth cover t<> coyer with valuable references ol DAILY" USE i" every school child. It is the stepping stone bl ALL LEARNING?a ready mean- to EDUCATION within itself. It is a- necessary for school children as h is for business men, or AMERICAN LEAGUE WALSH AMD FORD i,M DUEL ChicAgo, Sfjivmbcr 13 -BI? Erl. Wals ..:;d l;utHf!i Ford engaged in a pitcher ? W .;!?.? S ?; boat thi V.mhor? 2 to 0, Wais itl .1 -...} five hits, and ?< r.l was fourt lor just one more, Tue Sox first run ivj . ad. In the -? ? on I Inning when Barton sli rlcd. stole second and scored on Schalk single. fn tlic ?l"Cth Lord tripled, and cart: home on Collins"? fly to Lollvolt. Score: Sew York. Chicago. A13 [l It O A AB It H O M'Mll'n. rf I n 0 - ?Rath, :Y>... toi? Miilk-fT. tb. 3 " 1 o ?.Mattrlc. eft ft o 3 I ., j. i if. i ? i t e Lord, if... 3 1 i 1 I.ellvetf. <*?. I o I I 3Collins, if. 3 ft ft 1 i '??.rti- 'J rf i' ft ii l 6Weaver, as 3 ft 1 - ?? x. ?<?,,-?<? ei a: 0 '0 ."? DSehnlkl e..;3 ft ill .n l o ? n i o ft ?? b hit?Lord; S?ei Una. Stolen bases Rri an. Doubt* P|a; fit ? rirst base en ballji-C ? itv Walsh, 11; by Kot ftnd O'Brien. GREGG IN FINE FORM Clovelanrl. O., September 13.?Cleveland ? . ,!. thi< first (rime of the Series frro#i I'hil ? '? Iphla h,-rc to-day. to ?. firi-gg n'aa In Ii. f fornt. holding, the Athletics to one frrafh hi* In aeven Innings ll,. loosened up In the eighth nnd nlhtli, nllotrlng two tallies. The batting of I.ajole featured. Score: rir\ plnntv. Philadelphia. A R It It O A AM It II O A .T'hnit'n, :^ t l it ?Murphy, rf 1 0 0 1 ft rhnp'an. r-a I - 3 3 2Mng>rt, ff I o ? : I Tinner. ?.h. 4 t I ft IColllna. ?h. 3 1 ft I J Kibble, *h i ft ft l I Baker, 3b . 3 n o i : 1 ok son. rf I J - 1 OFs.hey, 3b. J o ft 1 n t -,fn>. Cb t 2 t ' <M"Innls. lb 3 i7~t S 1 Ilendrlx, rf 3 ft 1 1 OWhlsh, If., t ft I 3 ft Oraney, If.. 3 111 Mtnrry. as.. 3 list Cnrlsch, c 3 1 l 1 OThomn?, e. s ft i 2 t Oregg, p. ? 3 ft 1 ft 3Hr?'vn. p.. 3 ft ft ft 1 TolnH ...3} 10 IK 27 II Totals I 31 ll Score by Inning?: ft, Cleveland .I 5l I o 0 ft .". ft ??|i l ' llrtdelphln .oftftftoftftii?; Summary: Tworbnae hits?Turner, t,a<o|a <3). riregg, Metnnl? Thrce-bnao hit?Thomas. Rncrlflce hlla-Chapmnn, Hcmtrlx, Jnekann Stolen h:ia<-s- lii ndrlx. Chapman. Lefl on HrndNtrrct'n Iteport, street's to-morrow win say: Trade has losi ho.f its wont. i-wherc buying |a predicated i unlfdrml) good Ihttiiences th apt; itd ? ? specially In dry il lilies, ha s i>". p est . rnntl sal.;, are of i for the Week ending Sept.ml.e ? ? llki w< ? It Of 1911, 210 In lO'.fl i r.i"!> and ;r,o In !!>.)S. Every Sunday IN TO Oil) POINT, mrSKIIOK, ??( l.W \. IJOW, Mini ni l. \mi VIUttl.VIA UE.Vt It. Three trains. S::iu A. M., 9 A. M. nn.1 Ii M. A fast, clean ride over roil; hrtltast double track, Choice of two routes to Norfolk. Combined rail and Water trip. c. \ (i pnsscngers can remain at Ocean Vo w until ?,;:;) t\ M. REDS BUNCH HITS htber inning i'urtls lind the ?''ige ?l) Sugg ( Inrthnnll, Urookl.'i n. All II H O A A !l II II p Clarke, 4 " o 4 SO. Ml lor, ft 4L j IS IJ .1 fi.r Curtis h Er hi to HoIiIIii I ? Mitt. ?; It-" yi * i n pined fin tor Assault, R A. Phillips was lined * 1 o nn costs yesterday morning in Polli Court for assaulting ?ind beatliiK Davl M.i'. ? Hester's Statement, Now Orleans, September IS.?Score I tary n.-?>' :'? siatonient of the world's visible supply of cotton, announced m dn.y shows on Increase for the week Just closed of 99,3.1,3, against an In . of 126,977 last year. The mtal visible Is 2.25S.R54, ngainst 2,159,22 l.ii t week and 1,097,3 it list yi ar, i if th i, tii'' total of Am, rlcan cotton Is I. I It'.." ?'?aitainst 1,351,222] last w.'.iv. 1 /?!!.?.' 11 last year; and of all other kinds. Including I'gypt, Hrhill, week nhd ?s?.ooo last year, i 'f the wbrld'S' visible supply of cot? ton, as abovi . th. re i i n? w nlln ,t and b.-id in Clreat Itrllatn and Continental Off Cm itteriil I'onvchilon. . .mi.i. Deput> Collector Charit ft City ' ? >at. i-diiy t? atten lriua.1 ? >m ein tit n ? tho Interne \t?rii Outpointed l?j Thomas, Kii&h U,:: iit. Seashore Trips I hi' Nn-< hnnne-of-Cnrn Home Only Three More Sundays September |5, ?_??-*. ?_?(). $?f% ROUND TRIP I NOnrOLK, \ Md.IM \ BEACH, ut EA.N VIEW, ' I PE HEXUV. 2?FAST TRAINS?8 Leave Byrd Street Station 8:10 A. M. and 9 A, it Wl".. K-I.M? llATKSi Norfolk. j;i.?o; Virginia Beach, 13.25. On tale Fridays arid Saturday*. Limit Monday following.