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_OF SPORT The University of Virginia Foot Ball Eleven Defeated WAY OUT IN MICHIGAN Tho Old Dominion'? Llarbt Line no Hnccb for Ann Arbor'* llenvy TCclKlita-Hnrvnrd Knooka Oui I'fntnj 1 vim In l'rlncclon Defont* Drown-Vnlo nonm W*?t l'olnt Jt'nlo of Oilier CoII'ko Teams, (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Detroit. Mich., November 4.?By a i score of 38 to 0, the University of Mloh Igan defeated the University Of Vir? ginia to-day at Bennett Park. Vir? ginia's light lino was no match for the heavy weights from Ann Arbor, and In tho second half went all to pieces, theHlchlgan men gaining almost at will. The field was rather heavy as a result of the recewt rains, and this was In Michigan'? favor. There was con? siderable punting and 1n this the Vir? ginians made a better showing. Be? tween 2,500 and 8,000 people watched the game, among whom were about 1.200 students from Ann Arbor. Nate Williams, of Talc, refereed, and J. C. Knight, of Princeton, umpired the two thlrty-mlnute halves. HARVARD'S VICTORY. Philadelphia, November 4.?As had been anticipated the University of Pennsylvania football team was de? feated by the Harvard eleven by a scare of 1G to 0 on Franklin field this aftornoon In tho presence of nearly 25.000 spectators. Harvard deserved the victory because sho played the better game- At no time during the oontest did Pennsylvania have a hance to win. and the crimson goal no wns never, even for a moment, menaced by the players of tho red and blue. There were no sensational plays and tho gamo was nn ordinary one all through. A SLUGGING MATCH. An Incident happened at tho close of the gamo which caused somewhat of a sensation among the spectators. When the whistle blew announcing the close of the game, Ovorflold.| Pennsylvania's center rush, snatched tho ball and mn.de for the dressing room on a dead run. The custom at football games Is that to the victor belongs tho ball. When the Harvard men had recovered from their surprise they dashed after the flying Quaker for tho purpose of gottlng the ball as a trophy. Two or Ihreo Pennsylvania men gave the Har? vard men tho shoulder, and one Pcnn sylvanlan Is alleged to have struck a Harvard man In the face. A crowd gathered around the players and things for a moment looked ugly. George Woodruff, Pennsylvania's head coach, Boeing the unsportsmanlike act of Overfleld, hastened to secure tho boll from Iflm, and made tho latter apolo? gize to the offended Harvard men. Several men who got mixed up in the crowd started slugging each other, and the police had a hard time for a whilo In quelling the disturbance and clear? ing the field. PRINCETON DEFEATS BROWN. Princeton, N. J., Nov. 4.?In the pres? ence of 3,500 people, with a cold north? west wind blowing, Princeton defeated Brown here to-day by the score of 18 to 6. The game throughout was char? acterized by Princeton's heavy line hit? ting and her strong defense. Brown's line was vulnerable In nearly every part. TALE DOWNS WEST POINT. West Point, NT. Y., Nov. 4.?The Yale football team defeated West Point to? day, 24 to 0. I3y hard line bucking through tho center and tackles, prin? cipally by McBrlde, Yale carried the ball three times across the goal line and got a fourth touchdown on a decision of the umpjre, which was questioned by some of those on the side lines, who be? lieved that Instead of a touchdown by Yale the ball should have gone to West Point on their thirty-yard line. West Point was on the defensive most of tho time, but made pains through Yale's left tackle several times. OTHER'GAMES. LaFayette, 17; Leh'lgh, 0. University of Chicago, 44; Purdue University, 0. Washington and Lee University, 6; llampden-Sydnoy, 5. Swarthmoro, G; Dickinson, 5. FAILED TO MATERIALIZE. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) WIlliamBburg, Vn,, Nov. 4.?There was no football game this afternoon be? tween William and Mary and Richmond College. For the past two days two of William and Mary's best men were sick and It was necessary to sign two out? siders. Richmond agreed to play under the circumstances, but this afternoon, refused to unless the two outsiders were rejected. William and Mary con? sented to substitute two men from the second team If Richmond would with? draw Its two "ringers." This they re? fused to do. The game was therefore declared off by Richmond. The Rich? mond team were jeered and hissed off tho field by William and Mary rooters and the spectators. NAVAL CADETS WIN. Annapolls, Md., Nov. 4.?The Naval Cadets won a victory this afternoon from the University of North Carolina by a score of twelve to nothing. No -: ?ore was made In the first half, but in Ihe second Wade and Halllgan made . nu hdowns and Workman kicked goal CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. - OR BENEFIT OF TOURISTS TO FLORIDA. T:y "Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Washington, D. C, Nov. 4.?At a i'.eduln meetjing of the Pennsylvania ..'.road, Southern Railway, Florida .i?t Coast Railway, Plant System, A;lantic Coust Line, Norfolk and West ,?;?, anil Chesapeake and Ohio Rail Iviiys, hold at the Pennsylvania Rail? road station in this crtty yesterday, important changes cf schedules were determined upon. The .annual announcement of the operation of the New York and Florida, limited, leaving New York over the Pennsylvania Ralroad at 12:40 d. m., and Washington over the Southern Railway ait 6:35 p .m., and arriving at Cannon Ball Clothing Co. I 219 Main Street, Norfolk, ITa, I C?nnon B^i lo THE GREAT MANUFACTURERS' OUTLET SALE HAS SHAKEN With its mightiness?it has stirred up great excitement?it has created unheard of enthusiasm throughout the entire com? munity. It is a sale that appeals, because of its "magnitude?its positive mightiness, and its undoubted value to the thousands of Fall shoppers. Bargains all the way through?bar? gains that you can appreciate, because they're true?values offered that are right ?prices quoted that are what you want to pay. Yes! ..Greater than all?we present the right goods?just in time for the steady cold weather comes this great pur? chase of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, from a renowned Syracuse clothing man? ufacturer, their surplus stock from this season's orders, and they haye closed them out to us at prices which are a revelation, and enables us to sell at a fraction of what others are asking. If the buying continues as what it has the past week, it will not take long to make the vast lots incomplete. We would advise you not delaying your purchase an instant. The tew prices quoted in this advertisement tells but a very small part of the story. FKIJSpiiANDER BROS.. MANUFACTURERS Of' / OLOTHlNQi .0ctA_J3.r.d., Cannon. Ball ..Clothing,. Co._, 2l90!a?h St., Norfolk j V?, Gentlemen: Infcreply to.yours-of the 30th. inst. .Though j,rour^pffeV of>40X f or- the balance of ??rrfall^productTorvs.of^Men'?, Boy*e and Child rens1 -.clothing- is exceedingly low,. nevertho lej^8>a?itw?^areAanxiousyto^v/ind;up 'our fall fcuelnefSs^jwe?havej??eciUe?&tQ*aceept: your of fer? V7e.;have..3u3t?complet.ed^ra>correct?inventory, tho ampuntJ,of<2whichfis^l2,526oOO. We will pack and&Bhlp -goodsjtat^once ? ThT&iwi sexpurchase. should&enab 1 e^yp.u&tpare volutionize clothing fcelllngs3n?your/ city. Thankingiy.?U?for ^papt-favors, (we remain, very Hespe c tfjttlly^y.our s, / These Prices Must Command Yo Attention and Quick Action. Men's Suits, strong and dura? ble. Manufacturers' prloe $1.00,- *?< qq our pr-ce . ?p 1.70 Men's Suits, fancy plaids, Manufacturer's price $5.M). our tfn a a prlco :... i>Z.4o $4.98 Men's suits, well made, sizes 34 to 12, double and single breasted. Manufacturer's price J10.CV. our prlco .,. Men's Suits, all wool, nicely trimmed, beautiful designs. Manufacturer's prlco $11.00, our ^jej 24 Men's Fancy AH-wool Suits, high grade tailoring, styles per? fect. Manufacturer's price 512.00, nfl our price. . JpO.UU Men's Heavy Diagonal Capo Mackintosh) Coats,-. warranted; in.: every particular, ii wortto v $7.00,', our prlco ;. Children's SX?ts.do?hle-breast-' cd styles In plaids and fancy;: effects. Manufacturer's' ? 'price*: $2.U0, our price: <i.,..;.'.?'........ Chtldron's Suits.doubie^bfeast cd Black and Blue -Cheviots,;; sizes turer's Men's. Whipcord Worsted Suits, heavy Italian cloth, well tailored. Manufacturer's prlco $14.00, our prlco . $r.is Men's Finest Clay Diagonal Worsted Suits, evory suit tho acmo of perfection. Mannfac- *q no turer's price $20.00, our prlco_ ?p7,70 Men's Overcoats, bluo and black, plain or woolen lined. Manufacturer's prico 4.C0, our prlco . $1.98 Men's Pino Karltan Overcoats, Thcso aro fully 70 per cent.wool, Manufacturer's prlco $S.O0, our Co price . 4>j?7( Men's Black and Bluo Beaver Overcoats, Italian lined. Maou- d*A OA fuoturor's prlco $10.00, our prlco iP"*' ' O Men's Fine Kersey Overcoats, black, bluo and brown, puro slllc velvet .collars. Manufacturer's rffC C(\ price $11.CO, our price . jj)j. jv Men's Extra Fine Kersey Overcoat*. strictly all-wool, beautifully tailored. Manufac- <P>r 1A furor's prlco $11.00, our prlco..., ?p< .Z'r Men's Finest Melton Over? coats, satin yoked, sorgo lined Manufacturer's prlco $22.00, our (jjj Men's Pladr? Black Heavy Weight "Ulstors, high storm col? lars. Manufacturer's prico $10,00, our price........ $4.62 $2.83 < lawn. u>uu uiwtj, v/muhwwi'.,,-. ??'.?."i-'.'si 4 to 15 years, Manufac- <fc 4 -t fyA. s prico $2.60, our prlco. ?p 1 t1.',' Children's Suits, ages 4 to IS years, beautiful styles In C?ssl meres. Manufacturer's '.priced*'* $3.00. our prlco. j;..,'......... ?pI.O? Children's Suits, all wool, In checks and plaids, made* to,Wear '. well, sizes up to 16 years. ? Manu-;.? 4 qo facturer's prlco $1, our price.? Children's All-wool. Cassl meres. Homespuns and Worsted Suits. Manufacturer's-' price &n~'Qfi $?.00, our prlco ...'. ~U Children's Knee Pants, ages 4 to 14 years. Manufacturer's price 25c, our prlco. . Children's Knee Pants, ages 4 to 14 years, brown, y mixed.-' tweed, blue and black. Manu-. facturer's prlco 37Vic., our prlco 9c. 23c. Children's Fine All-wool Kneo Pants double seat., and double, knees, sizes 4 to 17 years. Man- A.?lf? ufacturer's price $1.00, our price '. nrO*. Men's Pants, durable In qual? ity, wear resisting. Manufac- . "S^,.. turer's price $1.00, our prlco .... JJv Men's Pants, double sewed plain and fancy effects. Manu? facturer's prlco $2.00.- our price.. Men's Pants, In Black Diag? onal, patent riveted buttons. Manufacturer's price $3.25, our price . Men's Pants, English effebts, full tailored made. Manufac? turer's price $3.00, our prlco . T9c. $1.24 $1.62 Men's All-wool Cheviot and Casslmero Pants, hair lined stripes, &c. Manufacturer's price $1.00. our price . $1.98 We keep Cleaned and Pressed for One Year all Clothing Bought from us, Opposite Academy of Music 219 MAIN STREET, NORFOLK, MA. Savannah 10:35 a. m., Jacksonville 2:35 p. m., St. Augustine 3:45 p. m., and Port Tampa 10:05 p. m., the following day, was made. It is thought that the hours of departure from Eastern cities nnd arrival in Florida, as arranged by this schedule, are the. most satisfactory to tounlsts that huvo yet iboen operated. Over Florida trains over the Pennsyl? vania Railroad and Southern Railway will leave New York at 12:05 a. m. and 2:55 p. ra., tho former carrying the United States fast mail, and having through Pullman cars to Miami, Fla., and connecting with steamer to Ha? vana. The fast mail for Atlanta, Montgom? ery, Birmingham, Mobile and New Or? leans will lenve New York at 12:05 a. m.. ns at present. The "Washington nnd Chattanooga limited, leaving New York at 2:55 p. m. and the Southwestern limited, leav? ing New York at 4:25 p. m. for New Orleans, Memphis and other points, re? main upon their present fast sche? dules. New train service from Cincinnati, Ohio Ami LOU'isvllla. Ky? tor Florida - points via the Southern Railway, was also announced, the Cincinnati, Flori? da and Havana limited leaving Cin? cinnati at 8:30 n. m.; Louisville, 7:45 a. m., arriving at Jacksonville 8:30 a. m. the following day. Another train leaves Cincinnati, 8 n. m.: Louisville, 7:45 p. m- nnd arrives at Jacksonville at 10 o'clock the following night, and at Tanna tho 7 o'clock tho following morning. Tho Now York and Florida limited and the Southwestern limited will be equipped with library, observation, drawing room and compartment cam AMERICA AND CHINA STATE DEPARTMENT LOOKING AFTER OUR INTERESTS. fBy Telegraph t= Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Washington, Nov. 4.?For the past year, under Instructions from the Pres? ident, the State Department has been quietly negotiating for the consumma? tion of American Interests In China. The officials of the State Department flatly refuse to make any statement relative to the measure of success that has attended their efforts, though It Is admitted that the subject Is so far still open, although the prospects of ulti? mate success are regarded as highly ?noniirnft-ing _ A Government official In high station, who has large experience In Chinese questions, is authority for the state? ment that our Government does not apprehend any Immediate Injury to American Interests from the political moves that are being made in China, On the contrary the conditions are such in the Flowery Kingdom that there Is reason to behove that bo far from restraining the operations of the United States' trade extension in. that quarter the European nations which have under one or another pretext seized upon portions of the Chinese coast, would actually welcome our ad? vent as calculated to materially assist their own efforts to break down Chinese conservatism and open up vast mar? kets In the interior of China to the trade of civilized nations. SPEEDY JUSTICE PREVENTS TROUBLE- BN NORTH CAROLINA (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Raleigh, N. C, Nov. 4.?'At Lumber ton, N. C, to-day Reuben Ross, col? ored, was convicted of assault and sen? tenced to be hanged on December 7th, next. His victim was 'Mrs. Bettle In? gram, a highly respectable lady. The feeling of the people was so strong agaAnst-the prisoner during the trial that tho court had to exercise great precaution to prevent an out? break against the prisoner. It was only the fact that tho people felt con? fident that speedy justice would be meted out to the brute that restrained them from violence. The prisoner, however, had a fnIt trial, and his guilt was clearly estab SCHONE IN CENTRAL PARK, IIshod. Mrs. Ingram, while giving her testimony, fainted, nnd tho excitement among the men In the court room be? came so Intense that many were seen to place their hands on tholr pistols. The woman. In consequence of the crime, 13 a physical and almost mental wreck. But for the great precaution taken It Is probatole thnt the negro would havo been riddled with bullets in the court room. Genuine r 5 Must Bear Signature of See FaoSlmile Wrapper Below. Very amaU anil as ewirf to teiie as ausur. FOR HEADACHE. F6R DIMNESS. FOR BILIOUSNESS. FOR TORPID LIVES. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THE COMPLEXION I._ . OSNVIHB uurriuviucuATUKi. ffSu<U I Purely VcgetaMo.xW^J^ i n bbi mi n 13? CURE SICK HEADACHE. "Doth my rrlfo and myanlfbavebeen using CA.SCAKETS onrt tney are the beet mcdlclno ivo bare over bad in (he house. Last, waett my wlfo vr?s frantlo with headacbo for two days, she tried somoof yourCASCARETS. and tboy relieved tbo pain in ber head almost Immediately. We both receranjendCascarcts." , Oaxa. STimroRD, Fittsburg Sato & Dapoalt, Ca, PitUburg, Pa. Pleasant. Talatable. Potent, Taste Good Tv> Good. .Never Sicken. Weaken, or Q\ln.l9c\?e,?a ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... SttrlU? n?m<y C?|M>, gjsetaj W?atr?t?. Ter?. SIT MO-TO-BAC ^^m^^W^ ALL IN SIGHT, NORTHEAST OF MONUMENT Over Jordan's Ofe, 334, corner Main and Talbot streets. In Filling Teeth ?much depends upon the. honesty. of the) i operator. Only time?but very little Um? ?can tell tho difference botween careful, ' durable work and careless, hurried opart .-i tiiw:. All of our work Is guaranteed. It must bo perfect antUsatlsfactory?and ro?. $ main so. "Newest Discovery" Painless Extraction New York Dental Rooms Only J. D. ENNES, Dentist. Office hours. 8 to 6; Sundays, 10 to L H?t!QQJrJS ANp COLLEGES ATTEND THE NIGHT SCHOOL ?AT THE? Southern Shorthand and Business University (Also purchasers of tho Columbia Bus iness College). Corner Granby street and City Hall avenue. Individual Instruction. J. M. RESSLJ2R, President. 'Phone (new) -156. COAL UPS AND DOWNS HAKD Increased freight rates by land and water from Pennsylvania have caused an advance In tho prlca of Anthraclto Coal throughout tho United States. Tho ad? vance In Norfolk, however Is not so great as at most points elsewhere. <9 O J?T On tho other hand, the railway rates on Soft Coal In Virginia have not changed, and It gives us pleasure to announco that on and after NOVEMBER 1st. the price of our Toms Creek Lump Coal Is REDUCED to $4.50 per Torr of 2,240 Pounds. Thte Coal makes a bright, cheerful Are, producing a maximum of hrat with a minimum of ft**. TOMB CREEK COAL. mayaJways be known by Its peculiar RED A (SIT. Trigg & Wilmer, Agents, Virginia Iron, Coal and Cc*e Co. Both Phones. 'Citizens' Bank Building and t-K Nivlaon streot. Norfolk, Vu, 172 Church St., Near Main Got Your Trunk? m 1 Do not risk traveling with a poorly eoa ?tructceVTRUNK, which Is Mabls to break , and spread your posossions at any mo? ment, WHEN you can procuro a can--, vass covered. Iron V bottom, steel bound TRUNK, protected I with hard wood slats and finished' with three coats, of paint. Excel? sior lock, all linen lined, 2 trays, with strap. Brisk Baroalns In Dress Suit S Cases. ODD AND ENDSr-that you: can buy at greatly reduced ? prices. REMEMBER ? we keep all trunks in repair free of charge for one year and paint your name and ^d^ dress on trunks: <and bag$ gratis. ' ^ ; Repairing Old Trunks a Sppf? The T??teUis^ofiinfuns?