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Joseph to governor, inaugural the Virginia Fkrmer One Of Victims Of Theatre Crash ' j I WARRENTON. Jan. 30. -- James Hurray, prominent farmer and busi- aeÂ»s man of The Plains. Va . wa= Â·filled in thÂ« Knickerbocker theatre the a . held j the' theatre, and was caught j the falling rÂ»of and remained undr-r *IsaÂ»tÂ«r Saturday night in "Washington. "Washington. Mrs. ifurray, who had accompanied accompanied her husband to Washington fer tliÂ» week-end, had al.=o attended Washington, his T h e se- the debris until Â» o'clock Sunda morning. She is reported as not being being serious hurt Mr. Murray was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Murray of The P!ains. who. with wife and seven sisters, survive. Mr. Murray was prominent in Masonic -"ircles, being a member and past master of Cochran Lodge. No As;tm 2d, of Fauquier Royal Arr-h Chapter. No. 2S. FieSmont Commander:.. No. 26. Knight Templars, of The Plains. !-.he and Acca Temple. .Xobles of the ::c Shrine, of Richmond. , New York Thomas F. Fleming- and son. P. and daughter, iliss Mary Lee, of Washington, also were killed in t h iCCident. Thomas I". Flemins: vr.-is a \ jbrDtbess*. pf R. B. .Fleming, a, pr-tj?nint-jit f '