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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 May 1913

? The road to prosperity is the first dollar placed la the Bank. . ? We get new customers by giving good service to our old customers. We invite you to open an account at this Bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK cmru ...mm mMim irnru'i axd cronmn pnonn >??.???? MARKETS Kew Tork. May M.?Th? important i development In tbs stock market which continued to ahow a degree of deprea?Ion reeultlim from the St. Uul? and Im Franeieco receiverahip waa the -publication by Lha Union Pacific director* of alterative plana far the disposal of the company's Illt.tM.Ht Southern Pacific stock. One of theaa plana la PS>v?l in the aenaa that It succssta tub. lie bids after the manner of a city Bond sfferlnc Judilnc from the course at the IUrr<man Issues.. which ware lr-1 regular in the early sSaaon but became fevertah on publication of theaa plana, trsders and the speculative public centrally teemed unable to creep the important or significance of this lateat movement. Union Pacific...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 May 1913

We sa^e you from 10 to 40 percent on all purat /chases nmde chain of sc*en stores. I RENNER'S Cash Stores FOR FOR Church FOR FOR " .Office Outing Stein-Bloch Clothes z ;w '?* .? ' ? Will meet your requirements. They are so well made, so carefully handled, that they offer you the BEST VALUE in the READY-to-WEAB WORLD. V. R HANCOCK CO. to OSO. W. PATHS 00. Just a Saving Of 25% .TOMATO PLANTS. tl.M per I?. Transplanted ?t?nd*?d ?artetie*- Khlpp?d _*ny wh*r? toy NprtM. FAUjON. FlorW. Roanoke. V*. The Fixolggiats. Wi tri the originators of IMt term. *ud alio the oriilMtoi* of tn# it of transferrin* old pUno?. b.di. Into darenparta library, card tA- , *tc Wo have OM of. It ?0t ?? j.ss'w? ?ssaBKn.afssJK Jie Stat*. We respectfully request lk? public to call and w< the wondernl ,tr?n?fnrmiUon? we hav* madeof aid. discarded ptecas of furnltara. W* aUo deal tn antique* b?tc MOR'iAK * ARCS ENBRIOHT, lli-llt Kirk Avenue. Phone IU. Most Refreshing. Don't fail to drop in st Ooad'a these...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 May 1913

SUDDEN ERUPTION * FOR REAL ESTATE Man Giving Name of Charles Meyers and Address as Elisabeth, New Jersey, Causes All Kinds of Excitement in Local Business Circles ? His Specialty Seemed Directed Towards; Heavy Investments in Livery Stable Property and a Handsome Place of Residence. HIS DISAPPEARANCE YET UNEXPLAINED A flurry of unuiutl Interest wss kicked up In real estate circles the early part of the week by the appttraiue of t itr*D(*r In the city, giving hie name aa Chart#* Meyers, of Elisabeth. N. J. Posing aa a "horse man" he utu> rally r.-li la with the owners of livery stablea, and wanted to buy the beat In towa. and pay cash. Focusing hia bualneaa acumen on Dolda stable, yid another properety adjoining owned by W. if, Horton. he Anally' closed a deal tor the two properties, for which he waa to pay Mr. Dold cash >20,000, and. Mr. Horton cash .111,000. Looking out alao for a suitable real, dance, and bains vary careful to And the right neighborhood, nls e...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 May 1913

?f Brooklyn, recently government official* mrainent dtnitr of it a Mr* u4 honor It Be Mid It part [1 d liMn tad ol condition* there! 'pdt Naraed that her popuIS lacreaaing *?ry rapidly, while every foot of arable. land, la under -in- 1 Ubm" cultivation. Jai^a'e need for j room for hor overflew population haa already lad har to graap Koraa. and It la bo secret that aha longs for poeeeaaloa of tha Philippine lalanda. and a,' would ha glad of a reaeonable pretext for taking paaes salon of them Many broad-mlndad Americana have eugatatad Chat tha United Btaiee haa no daalra so asuulre colonlaa in an Imperial aana*. and that, therefore. tha Philippine la) an da should be surrendarad to tha Piliplnos. Tha only objee- | . Uon urged against thla more la that tha Plltplnoe ara not aa yet aufll- * clently advanced in clviltaation to propp* erly govern themselves And th'oee ty moat thtlmate with tha altuatton have | [ not tha ellghteet doubt that If the I p United Statea withdraw from the Thll-...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 May 1913

Soda Drinks That Please If you ara toad of Boda Wator, bo aura to visit our fountain, whero you wtll bo oonrod with cooling drinks that aatiodoa and plaaaoa. Wo ami mtv? you Mid Mrvo Ton WELL* hocauao wo luvo tho oqulpmont knowlodfs Mid oxporlonco nociaaary to Uo conducting of a fountain la a thoroughly up-to-dato way. OUR FRUIT JUICES * ars PURE, ear Soda la aparkllnc, cool aad woll carbornatod. Wo Mil nothing but tha boat New Specials Every Day . Come in and Try Our Freah Btrawborry Bhorbot Fresh Btrawborry Bundao. Plnoapplo Frost Plnoapplo Bon Boa. Walnut Bundao. Nablaoo Bundao. Splits. Bpoclal En Drinks. Chockolato Milk Drinks Milk Shakos. Limeade *nd Lomonads. Puro Ico Croama Ico Croam Soda. Coma In cot cool?brine your friends Wo can serve you. . McGEE'S PHARMACY Era?". ? 1 i hot ros NOTHING, ton FOR TOUR MONET'S ? i WORTH j'" DO WE DESIRE ; TOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to Ton.. ?>_ . - . TCLKTROHE Id | RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY. Spring Vegetables are in demand. We ha...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 May 1913

W " ? ?!'ii :t|k? UtfeCffoM or Cttlea t?WB? ad countlM w*r? to enforce l*w? VUnit tIm with absolute hapartlalitT M< wtth consistent wd persistent l*f MUrtU, disorderly houtw and blind tig ess Md aiooMhlnnr* ?d dinllw j Institutions speedily would dlnpptar. An illustration of this wu told to u* ? flaw day* ago by a irenlleman who fM one* th? Judge of a wtll-kaoM ?tflglnia county. Boon after ho began Ms tarn ho dtrovMd that State liquor laws were being dimnrdfd at the county Mat \nd in oth?r part# of his district. ThJ? had been solar mm for a Irac time. In fact tar yea?, and KM accepted u a proper condition not only by citlsens hot by the . authorities generally. As moon am he beoame aware of the facte this Judge toundrd a warning from the beach. ? announced that eo long as he was presiding magistrate of that conn-1 ty the laws of Virginia relative to 1ntuslcauu would bo enforced strirtly j People heard what* this Judge aald but they though' it was "hot air," aad the author...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 May 1913

PLAYER PIANOS ON RASY TERMS NO IllOTftl TO INK ROANOKE MUSIC CO. R T. JKNNINOS, Mb'* * 117 W. Campbell Av. COLONEL MAT OO TO HABFEB'8 WEEKLY W?ahln*lon. May i it,, alanines nca ha* baan nutod In Waaltinaiton ?>f IM taut lhat t? twuplc of daya altar tha annouhaaa aaU of llarpor'a ly to Norman m>i>i?o4, a rumor haa ? oat abroad that Thaodora liuooovalt la to laava Tha Outlook In a abort lltaa, and will ally hlmarlf will) aaothar Naw York i Thr VUriM.ru raoantly aold Harpor'a llaaaar ?? murrain aai<l to b? oontroll?f by William H. Ilraral. and a law <ia>a lalar tnay aold liarix r'a Wiaokly In Norman tta|>aood. racantly ounnnri? ?4 with Colllara A dlapauh from w Vork a day or two allay the lati?r traoaa4'iion atatad that Mr. KooaavaU waa r?u?>rt??l lo haw had a dll|rr?n<? with lha ownara of Tha Outlook. It nama Ma ld-a that ha ahould rn alvt a irmier aompanaatlon fur hla work than la now b...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 May 1913

STANDARD OIL COMPANY Washington, D. C " ? ? (New Jersey) Charlotte, N. C Richmond,. Va. BALTIMORE Charleston, W. Va. Norfolk, Va. Charleston, S. C Bakes To Perfection Bakes it ligh t and : V ? ? in cnsp?in a slow, steady oven ? and a cool, comfortable t * kitchen. ff*: WMM WWA \ fclllltlll Odor In Bakes, broils, The New Perfection Oil Cook-stove is cleaner than range. Cooks a coal or wood Cheaper than gas. everything as well as either. Burns kerosene, the cleanest, handie* fuel. No coal or ashes to carry. ? ? No soot. No smoke. No dust. The new 4-hurner Perfection ?Stove cooks a whole meal at once with the least expense, trouble and discomfort. Indicator shows just how much oil is in font. Smaller stoves with 1. 2 or 3 burners. Ask your dealer to show you a New Perfection with patent broiler and other accessories, or write for descriptive circular to CHURCH SERVICES Or*ene Memorial M. E. church. South. > the Rt?. Ktmurl T. Senter, pastor?The Services will h? conducted il ...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 May 1913

BOTH HOLIDAY GAMES CAPTURED BY TIGERS Afternoon (tamos Wu Almoot Too ObMUM to bo Interesting, tho Visiter's Work in tbo Pi^ld Bsinf Misornblo. Brown Pitohod for Roanokr * #1 Winning without a struggle the Tlgera srabbad the afternoon conteat. making two win* In on* day. and at t** aama time making up for toat (Ima. It waa a regular cinch for our boya and they were far out In front all the way. our old hurlar I-ae Vornuele, who wan with Portamouth tha first part of the sea eon. pitched for tha .visitors, /?nd tha Tlgera mauled W* slants Juat Ilka thay were an opan booh, bat he would bn*e pltchad a batter i*m? had hla support baan bat--Snr. ?? no pitcher can hop? to wtn With et?ht boot* behind him. Brownie plti'k?d for tha Tlgera, and whlla be waa hit a bit hard, at the aama time ha never had to oxert hlmaelf, and the reault waa the Shipbuilders got some hlta and a f??r rune. Tho hits were thirteen for the Tlgera and *^at a dozen for Maithewa' crowd, but the Tlgera got their"* In clua...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 May 1913

COLUMBIA TRUST CO. Inc. 408 First National Bank Building Roanoke, Virginia Br This beautiful new auburbmn home It located In the Raleigh Court ?action, tW Nltd mkirb ?f the city. one-half iguaro from c?r list and Wt; oroMDt walks: lot 78x17* feat, on hlfh elevation, view dwelling to itomtMet, double floora. hardwood floora, and eak ftalah mm Brat Hear. First floor has large living room. 15x34 with fireplace. haadaotne cabinet mantel. beautiful easy stairway adeltar*: dHfas-room. ISxfO feet; breakfaat room. 1?*10 feet. hltchesL well Uckt<4 back hall leading to kitchen basement and haa four bedrooms with ample closet apace; of tit MreoM then la a Jarre built-in elcthes chest. Urn ilnbath awl toilet, largo attic floored for storage pur?oaea; with ctuesl Boor, laundry, servant's >a.th. toilet, etc. 8table on rtar of lot to Mcaosdato on.- hora- ani ore OS*. if drairnd. Poor and boy not Included. - rvwumMm, ? ? hi ?? of tfee b< SO cloee: b?:'i large ban-iu...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 May 1913

Q The road to prosperity if the first dollar placed in the Bank. . "57"; " , ? ; * .<? .? ? ?" ?- * . C We get new customers by giving good service to our old customers. \ - We invite yon to open ah account at this Bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK Jlnmmokm, Vm. CAPITAL ?VKrLi'i and inoimis rmorm MARKETS C?Mf? llMkaac*. ?1 New York, May SO.?The cotton asektA(t wu eloaed today account Deeoratioa Pay Iwlfliiy. Ltr* IMh. ? Chicago, May It-All cattle eteady to stronf: cows and helfsrs UtfTi*; cattle INt 1000; boga etrong. pic* ??? 0140: bulk or hIh SMOI'i Bheep ?toady. Lambs IliflM; spring lamba ?oo*ooo. Now York. May ? 30 ? rat bull* and cowa 10 to He lowsr; othora about stssdy. Steers <00 to 100; bulla <04 .to mi a (IV DM: sails, Ml to Ml Fheep and lambe weak; aheep ITI to 575; culU t?? to 1(0; lamb* 000 to 744; aprlng lamba "00 to 021. Hog* ateady at M0 to 010. Ki York, May II ?B??vw WoU1 oars,' or l,l|l koMi ao trading; fooling weak for stssrs; atssdy for bul...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 31 May 1913

The 'Nximes ? r&f Children in Our - AT DUNLAP JONY CONTEST i With seven other merchants and busines men of the city, we will conduct a pony contest, ending August 20th, in which some child wijl be awarded a handsome .? -? ?' .... Shetland pony, vehicle and harness, worth Call at any of our stores and get full particulars. Register at once. It costs nothing. Any child under 16 years of aare may be the hicky one. for HRness ? for Office for Church for Outing Stein-Bloch Clothes Will .meet your requirements. They are so well made, so carefully handled, that they offer you the BEST VALUE in the READY-to-WEAR WORLD. W, R. HANCOCK CO. to OKO. W. PATHS 00. TOMATO ftAJfT*. | ll.M Mr 1M. Traneplanted standard vartetlea. Hhlpped mywhtrt by < uprcu PALUON. FloHB. Ro?n?k?, V*. The Fixologists. We ?re the orl(IMt?n of thla Um and *l*o the orlslmatora of the mode of traasferrln# old piano., b-ds. ate.. Into davenports, llbrary.ca*d tablas. ate. Wa haro ona of. If not ?he be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 June 1913

.'|.u -LJ- 'JI ROANOKE, VA., MONDAY AFTEHNOON. JUNE 2, 1913, VOL. 74?No. 133. =^= LOBBY CHASE BY COMMITTEE OF SENATE BEGINS DRILLING PLANNED . FOR EVERY MEMBER ?v r Series of Questions Propounded to Ascertain if Lawmakers Have Interests in Industries Affect- ' ed By the Tariff, and Also By What Persons They Hare Been Approached? Intimation is Made That ? ? ? . *. v. ' ?* President Should Make If ore Explicit Statement. CALL AT WHITE HOUSE GIVES NOTHING NEW. Wa*hl*gton. June 1.?Starch for tariff lobby ?urh 11 the president dtcltrti ??] n|MtillR|i hire. t>?i;un today with the ?*??(* Judiciary gub-comralttee holding n^*n h?trlnfi. * - Kvery itenator w*? rr?i<?r>d to an- ' Mr?r ? ??rlp* of eleven viuestlona whl^h ccnat'tUtr a ? drilling" to determine whether he had personal Interest In (l?? -tariff or oth?r l??*l*latton and to And' ??t *(i?l H?rwni ha?? approached him In effort to Influence* hia action on schedules of tariff bill It la fitiiMUd that hund...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 June 1913

ORDERS BY MAIL are specially invited and given careful attention. ng This Business and Supporting it is an To bring producer and consumer into the closest possible connection?to offer the articles wanted with the least possible amount of intermediate handling?and least expenses. It is a place where fashion's laws are faithfully expressed in merchandise of character and good taste?where quality reigns supreme over all? never receding to a seemingly low price?and? EVERY DAY THIS STORE GROWS IN GREATNESS. Special Value Gowns . . Made of good long cloth or crepe cloth?beautifully trimmed with Embroidery or lace?long or short sleeves and worth $1.00 each 75c Colored Wash Goods We mention Here a few of the many beautiful weave? from thia department. We enter right into the heart of?this season with a full stock of every wanted kind. Silk Stripe Crepe We have just unpacked a soft crepe with clutter silk stripes, making a beautiful fabric for the cool dreu?solid white and colors? 27 Inch? W...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 June 1913

Soda Drinks That Please If -you ?r*-(o?4 of Mi Water, be sure to visit our (oukUla, vkm yota wjll t>o wrnd with ooolin* <lrinka that MtWl? ud pImm Wo can oorvo you and servo you WELL* because wo hart the equipment. ko??Mf? and experience n?n?esry to tho conducting of a fountain In a thoroughly up-to-date way. OUR FRUIT JUICES aro PURE, our Soda to sparkling, cool and woll carbornated. Wo Mil aoUilnff but tho boat. New Specials Every Day ? r" Come in and Try Our Troth Strawberry Pherbet, Freeh Strawberry Bundae. Pineapple Froat. Pineapple Bon Bon. Walnut fiundaa. Kabtsco Bundaa. ApUta. Special Ert Drinks. Chockolate Milk Prinks. Milk Shakes. Limeade and lemonade. Pure Ico Creams. Ice Cream Soda. Come In set cool?brine your friends. We can. servo you. 'McGEE'S PHARMACY 5BWSE3* NOT FOB NOTHING, * BUT fOR YOUR HONEY'S t WORTH DO WE DESIRE -? YOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to You. ti9fejiasx< ' ? ? ? rttfr >',?7.1' ? ntLBTHora in. | t RADFORD ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 June 1913

JUNE ORDER OF RAILWAY ' OpPTDfTCTORH. Hienever an tlluitrmtlon of the efn of labor union* is wanted by | a writer or speaker, he usually to the great railway brother Rta fact Is due to the bust-aasa-Uke manner In which theee organisations are conducted and the high standard of membership which foey maintain. These brotherhoods " pursue th*ir without oe ten tat Ion but none the ' thay achieve results They meet ther. transact business, and leave borne What they do Is not pronod abroad, but when Its nature I: ?* known the world usually discovers | that another note of progress for labor has been aecorded. 1 r*i<Uy n,*ht *r T. A. Gregg reI to his home In Roanoke from J It. Mleh., where be attended the lal meeting of the national con-' ? of the Order of Railway C?n8U hundred and twenty ? were there and seven thouvisitors?a great assemblage tenting one of the strongest unions in the world. News of Ua proceedings apparently had no ^^??rrah distribution, but none the less *? sess...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 June 1913

PLAYER PIANOS ON EASY. TERMS , ? wo Moral ro n?n * RQMIK MUSIC CI. a T. iBNNINSt, Mm*t 1X7 W. Campbell At*. BRILLIANT WEDDING IN NEW YOBX CITY New York. Juno t?The white ind (Old ballroom of th? 8t. Keg I a will b? tha ?cfii? of mi unuaually brilliant wadding tomorrow night. whan Mlaa Blanch* Laso. ;h* cani?hi?r of Anto. , nlo'Uuo Arrlut, formerly tha Ouatamalan mlniater at Waahington. will before tha bride of John P. rttetnnian, of Laacastar, Pa. Tli?< itrMa-amalda will b? Mlaaaa (Carolina und Elliabeth Malnmtn. alatara of tb- bridegroom, Mlaa Jeaiwtttewart. of Maw York and Mlaa Uabrlellc ItcUuiidi, of l*lalrflald. .V. J. Little Mlaa Carlta Mehla, tha daughter of the mlniater fram Man Salvador, will b? tha d >w. r girl. I'aacratatate lk> Cafe. Home. June I.?Today la the aeven-ty-alghth birthday of Paa? n.ia X. 11 > *aa bora at nioaa on Juna z, IS3I. t'ardlnala Vatican official* and man;Itallan and foreign churchman and layman called to co...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 June 1913

Mi if. NGS IN OUR DRESS i, . " . > I I '- . . Hints of Some of the Newest Fashion Conceits; Special Prices on Other Lines f* s % < t?VAt Half Price Suits oall la her*. This lot. Mtln ramalodtr ndld lire of wry hand bo si ? tl assigns In T^feolen Tailor watntD, ^ won't last fmrutois * 7 ? ? r '\ 9m shewing Is ' Utnlted?all the D? riasnrl for your making a de- * effort to dM|> early, during thta a;-.; y .,s. are W ahetrrdly low as to buytni for the valuee of. r? of ttle same Mjrti standard ? | always found ad oar itor^, tn fabric. I fMhlortnt and .flaleh. / I ?mm. ?i ???iilo fabrics in fray. Bttjr blue, tan, ShafAord'a check, black and white pin stripe. ??&-. ? "K Some very new and exceedingly smart styles for the early summer donning will t have flrst showing thii week. Novel and exclusive models, in the season's moat correct and desirable dress fabrics, will he shown in a Special Line of Charming Summer Dresses Every model .will he found ...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 June 1913

SOClAt NEWS (Continued from Pa*e Five) , ,bk. Homot of Mm. Mr ana. R. A- Buckner entertained the lllt mMfi Club and ? few frten4a Ittardty kftarnooa at a. Mlghtful auction brid|t for har ffuaata, Mrs. Xthiftn. pf HlchmoiW. rtva tablea war* attractivaly arranged on tha aut Vtranda af Hvekladia Inn. and decoratlona'were In mountain laurel and farna. After the |tu* a thraa courao luncheon waa aerved. Tha fueata lncludad Mra. Mihaitn, Mm. & ?oatwrt*ht. Mra. lnflao, Xflaa Botta. Mr*. Joeeph W. 0>?e. Mra. Itochlnvham Haul. Mra. It. H Koehler. Mlaa Martha Trout, Mra. Versa 1 >;pauldlng. Mlaa Ethrldra. Mra. J. O. Motta, Mra. J. E. Crawford. Mra I>. J. Kreallo. Mra. H. W. Ferguson, Mra. Allen Watte. Mra D. P. Hltaa, Mra. K. a Oraen. Mra. R. H. Fairfax. Mlaa Jlaxrla, Mra De Mom Taylor. Mrs. J. II.'Varrott. e e e A V?ry pleasant Informal dance waa ftvaa at Rockladge Inn Saturday rl*ht. ? ? ? > Mr and Mra. IC. ?. draen left yeaterdar In th...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 June 1913

?ttttrter1* Km t?i RoMokti TW?n ANOKJB. ' AB R H\0 A E McCraken. rf 4 1 ?? ?! rreaaly. it. * ? ? ? ? ? ef ...I 1 J f ? * Mattta, If. S 1 1 * * 0 R buuZm-. lb. 2 0 0 r J 0 Irmacher, ?b J ft 1 0 S 0 I Kin*, m. * 0 0 * 1 ? Lafltte, c * ? ? 6 ? ? ?f Oardln, p, ? l 1 ? * ? Sflrd. p. ? ? 0 J, _? Totals eW~.?* V 7%27 11 1 | Jr^Hl'OHT SHWB. AB U H V"? A K Qondolfl. m. - 6 1 r 0 * ? Karma*, lb 3 ? ? ? ? 0 1*rlton. lb. ? * i 1ft 2 ft Hhaatant. If. ? ? 1 J Matthew a, o. .^^4 1 12.0 1 Oeyer. etr * i i i o o Gasraeyer, lb. 114 1 Barton, p. ........4 it 0 0 l 0 .Early* 1 0 ? 0 Total*: 21 4 6 >4 ? 41 PORTSMOUTH. A.B. R. H. O. A. E. Tennant. If ......4 2 2 1 10 Carter, rf.-tb.?.. .*--? 2 -1?I 0 Munday. lb. ......4 1 211 ft ? Howedell. Sb 2 l ? ? 1 0 Herbert, rf. ? ? 0 ft ? 0 Jook, a 2 1.0 4 0 1 Evans. 4b 4 1 1 4 I 1 Boyd, cf I 1 0 2 1 ? Hu<Jcins. c. 2 1 0 4 2 0 WeldeU. P 4 1 ? ? 1 0 'Total#: 2? 11 7 27 11 2 ?Score by tunings: R. NgfJfflk 001 020 000? 4 Portsmouth , .109 400 OO...

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