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a - vw V tEGESBOYSvfiGHT - sr - V - 1 vlany Injured in - Battleat Baltimore Dental Sciioofe BESHMEN Iff PLASTEB CASTS rirst - Year Men Attempt to Rush the i Juniors but - Are Captured and One by One Immersed in Water and Then I Given a Plaster Coating Professor Locks Himself in Anteroom i - f i SpecfaJ to The Washington iPosL - i Baltimore Octt TS iollbwins i stu tjent ibattles yesterday at iJphflSvHopkins and the College of - Phiysicians and Surgeons fresbmen o theBaltitrure College of XJentaX Burgery gdged - inaUconttict tbdajr with the juntaran seniors 61 the Institution The only professor in the building at the time locked liimself in a room and as a result no call was made for tie police Before the combat was ended there was a long list of wounded andhlssing - and six freshmen were so badly hurt that they hat to be taken home The freshmen at the Dental College werejjdipped into water and then plaster of pUris used by the prospective dentists in making mortars was poured oyer them Tljeyi were literally converted into plaster pt paris balls by the application About 125 suits of clothes were ruined two seniors fingers were dislocated many had black eyes but what the other fatalities jof the under classmen are could not be ascertained - as they had all disappeared Tried to Rush Juniors The trouble broke out when the frehies tried to rush the juniors The s - enidrs and juniors numbering 110 combined and succeeded in driving the 56 under qlassmeri into the lecture room on the third floor where the real battle was fought The freshies were huddled into an apteroom of the big lecture hall and one by one the upper classmen would take them out and dip them into a water tankj used for chemical demonstrating of rDar was ooured over ther 4fresblerJ ancL as tthe - poorv under classman - was thrown from the lecturcnall by twobig1 burly seniors he looked more like - a hod carrier - than Vdental student The most unruly of the under classmen were given an - extra dtp tn tie water tank - and also received anotherC shovel of Iplasterf Tjaris for good measure - as the hazers - Rained Blows on Seniors One big freshie whose name - could not be learned came from the anteroom as peaceful as a lamb but once inside the lecture room be picked upl a chair and began to belabor his upper classmen with blows He knocked several a down w Ith the chair but before many minutes tiatf passed chairs books and missiles of all kinds were flying atfthepoor freshie from all sides Knocked almostalmost - unconscious by the missiles which a ere hurled at him the poor freshie yelled out feebly IJl give in Though about down and out the fellow was car - priMta the water tank and after re ceiving hlx refreshing was sprinkled with plaster of parish - i Shortly before the combat began Prof Simon who was covered with flour and converted into a dough ball by the appli - cation of water at the College of Phvsi clans and Surgeons yesterday was tfe - paring to deliver a lecture to tthe three classes Remembering the manner in which he was treated yesterday Prof Simon ran into an anteroom as soon as the trouble began and not until the dis - j turbance had abated did the professor pome out He then announced that he would not lecture today Rope - Tying at Hopkins The classes at Johns Hopkins have settled down after the storms of yesterday In lieu of the class rush which has been absolutely forbidden by Dean Griffin the boys have a new scheme whereby they can get rid of their surplus energy They are going Jto have a certain number of men selected from each class and give each man a piece of rope about three feet Jong The men will line up with 10 yards separating the classes At a given signal they will rush together and try to tie their opponents hands behind them At the end of - a certain time the class having the greatest nufriber of their opponents tied will be declared the winner TMNELTORIOflrQLKROADS Kf DIED CALVERT On Friday October 8 190M at her residence 3424 Thirteenth street northwest after a brief but pamrui illness FANNIE M beloved wife ox Fred G Calvert Notice of funeral hereafter FIUEND - On Friday October 8 1909 at 5 a m at the Berkshire 1412 Chapin street northwest HARRY VOORHIS only son of Harvey M and Julia Maud Friend aged nineteen months GLOCK - On Friday October 8 1909 at 1 p ni FREDOLTN beloved husband of Margaret Barbara Glock aged fifty - two years Funeral from his late residence 716 Thirteenth street southeast on Monday October 11 at 845 a m Requiem mass at St Marys Church at 9 - Relatives and friends invited Internment at St Marys Cemetery LEE - Departed this life on Tuesday October a 1903 at Scranton Pa CHARLES H LEE beloved father of arrie Lee Fearing Funeral from the residence of Miss Alice R Silence 332 Thirteenth street northwest on Saturday October 9 at 2 p m PATTERSON - On Fridav October 8 1909 at 13 a m FANNIE BLAKE beloved wife of James Patterson Funeral services on Saturday October at 3 p m at St Pauls P E Church Interment private SHAiW - On Thursday October 7 1909 at 1030 a m ANNIE M beloved wife of Alfred Shaw Interment Saturday October 9 at 3 p ni from laje resiajhce 210 F itteet northwest STOKK On Friday October 8 909 at 3 p m at his residence 1717 T street JACOB F STOEK7 X Npiice of funeral later Baltimore papers please copy SWAINSOX - Suddtnjy en Fridav October S 191V JOHX W beloved husband of Brillena MSwainson Funeral services at Jiis late residence S07 E street northeast en Sunday Oc tolwr 10 at 230 p m Friends invited Interment private THOMAS On Thursday October 7 1909 MARY E THOMAS t uneral from her late residence 3114 O street northwest Saturdav October 9 at 2 p m Friends invited Kindly mini uowers WEAVER On Friday October 8 1909 at 145 p m at her residence 2524 Wisconsin avenue northwest Mrs M C WEAVER nee Jessie E Falconer Funeral on Monday October 11 at 3 Pi m Relatives and friends invited - Please omit flowers YOST - On Thursday October 7 1909 MARY ELIZABETH beloved wife of William H Yost and daughter of the late James and Selena McDonald Funeral from her late residence 1002 Pennsylvania avenue southeast Saturday October 9 at 9 a m Requiem hisrh mass at St Peters Church corner of Second and C streets at 930 Relatives and friends invited Interment at Rock Creek Cemetery Baltimore papers please copy ZELL On Friday October 8 1909 at 1145 a m at Georgetown University Hospital - Miss JULIA ZELL Notice of funeral hereafter MARRIAGE AND DEATH NOTICES Inserted In The Washington Post Trill upon application appear simultaneously without extra charge for either insertion or telegraphing la say or aU ot the following named morning newspapers Cincinnati Enquirer Ftttsburg Dispatch Chicago Record - Herald Providence Journal Cleveland Plain Dealer Rochester Herald New York Times Rt Louis Republic BoFton Clooe St Paul Pioneer Press Euffalo Courier Svraouse Post - Standard Phlldelnrila Public Le - leer FUNERAL DIRECT0KS J WILLIAM LEE Funeral Director And Embalmer Lvery in connection Commodious Chapel and Modern Crematorium Modest price Hi Pennsylvania ave nw Telephone Main 1385 JOHN R WRIGHT CO Tuneral Directors and Embalmers Livery In connection Use of chapel on premises 1337 Tenth at nw Telephone North 47 Open day and night R F HARVEYS SONS FJJXERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 1323 FOURTEENTH ST NW Strictly first - class service at moderate price Commodious chapel Telephone North 281 0 B JENKINS 90S H STREET NW Phone Main S64 WM H SARDO CO FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 8 H st ne Modern Chapel Phone Lincoln 54 THOS S SERGEON SUCCESSOR TO R S CAIN 1011 7th st nw Telephone Mate 1090 THOS A COSTELLO FUNERAL DIRKCTOR AND EMBALMER 12 H STREET NORTHEAST Pliont East ISIS Livery in connection iH6 4 k s ir - 5r2 - Vwy - Os T 4J A - kf - vofj - - - 8 - ii ff f s vi - wv v j srsi - i TorCojmecf PlnncrePointi Prent OennlDns 3M Seashore t iTr - - - V Plan - for 1005000 Union fDepotxfor Facilitating Foreign 6hippingto JBt fBM Snbnutted Joouncilgv tZ - SrZS f Norfolk lVaOct8 - A petiUon willte presented at the November - meetirig of theCity council for permits to bring Into Norfollca proposed tunnel under Elizabeth Biver from Pinners Polntt the presentterminu3 of several Trailway7sys - terns entering thisport on the opposite TJieIahs talliave theSeaboararir Line Southern Railway AtlantiqCoast Line and Belt LineRailwav enter Nor folk direct by means ofthip tunnel and connects witntneJNorroucvana sautnern BailwaytoiCape Henry where a break water will be built and piers constructed fottoreign trade thus eliminating time lost by steamers in coming from the Virginia Capes Into Norfolk and going on to Baltimore The New York Philadelphia and Norfolk Railway owned by the Pennsylvania Railroad wouTd connect at Cape Henry by a short line ferry - from Cape Charles The plan carries with It also the erection of a 1000000 union depot in the heart of Norfolks business district ROBERT L ROGERS DEAD jlrinSf Ttivn Ij FAVOR CUT IN PRODUCTION Southern Cotton Manufacturers Hit by Disparity In Prices Shut Down of One or More Days a Week Urged as Soon as 60 Per Cent of Members Agree Special to The Washington Post Charlotte N C Oct 8 The curtailment of the product of 5000000 spindles and the accompanying looms until the price of goods becomes on a parity with the price of cotton was determined at the meeting here this afternoon and evening by the governors of the American Textile Manufacturers Association which met at the call of President Lewis W Parker to take action on the critical situation that has faced the industry during the past few weeks since the increase in the price of cotton has made manufacturing a losing game for the mills At the meeting this morning a com mittee United States Commissioner at Baltimore for Forty - two Years Special toTha Washington Post Baltimore Md Oct o - Robert Lyon Rogers United11 States commissioner for Maryland a position which he had held continuously since 1S67 died today at his home in this city aged 83 His health had been failing for nearly a year but he would not give up and attended to his duties until a few days ago Mr Rogers - was a member of an old Maryland family conspicuousjn the early annals pf the State H was the son of Micajah Rogers and Mary Lyon Rogers and was born on what was formerly the Von Kapff estate now part of the western section of the city He was a graduate of the Harvard Law School Soon after leavings - Harvard he made a trip to the Mediterranean and the Far East He was at sea two years on a United States ship having been appointed secretary to the commanding officer His nearest surviving relatives are the three sons Of his brother the late C Lyon Rogers C LyOn Rogers jr Kennedy G Rogers and James Lyon Rogers and the - son and daughter of his brother the late Dr Henry C Rogers Robert Lyon Rogers ana Miss A Woodward Rogers Mr Rogers wife formerly Miss Ann Rebecca Hall of Cecil county died 12 years ago The couple had no children Agents Inducted fwTrying fee - Substitute CheaperfCiairs rf Special toTEeuhfastoITosC7 Richmond VaVOctr iugiene - h Retlly and K H5 OsterleT Agents for the American Seating Company of Chicago were indicted this afternoon by the grand jury - of the hustings courtwhleh Investigated the alleged attempt to defraud the citybj substituting sample chairs Tne lecnnicai cnargecarrieain the joint indictment is housebreaking with11 intent to commit larcenyJKeilly and Osterle Accompanying the Indictment was a statement - signed byy the Joreman or the grand Jury exonerating the Virginia School BupplyCompany and Pjeston belying Its president through whom the contract was jmadefor lUD chairs for tne Kicnmona iiigh school exonerating the latter concemtfrom any5 complicity Keilly and psterler are accused of having entered tho - roomr In whlcnthe original 5ampleChtfrMohwhi6hihe Contract was let i wastorett i and - with havine stolen tri3 chair and substituted anpjherof Inferior qualit jvfi - tTvcv - Vr5A r - JtSU 7 jSJKt IN - HONOR - POINT PLEASANT Senat0rsjllkinsjland Scott to Unveil Revolutionary BattleShaft - Point Pleasant VlVaT Oct J With the booming ofthirteenjguns to - represent the thirteen original colonies at day break the second daysot the - celeoration of the U5th anniversary of the battle of Point Pleasant - which is claimed here to be the flrst battle ot the Revolution began today The city is decorated and there are many visitors Following a baseball game there was a reception at which former Representative Charles H Grosvenor of Ohio IS O Randall of Columbus Ohio and Col JJennett Young of Louisville Ky made addresses A banquet tonight ended the days celebration Tomorrow the big day of the anniversary the monument will be unveiled and Senators Ulkins and Scott as well as Gov Glasscock will be the orators LION AND BEAK FIGHT Battle for Half Hour in Circus Before Separated by Trainers Special to The Washington Post Suffolk Va Oct 8 Terribly torn by wounds on its shoulders and various parts of its body a polar bear today was almost killed by a trained lion The was appointed to ctraw un an - mm-fn tw taiat v Hluwmen wun hooks not irons ana nre - ai i uiiwiiiniii diJU 11113 committee accomplished its work tonight arms separated them TVlO Urtr TotI T1T1L klinfnUnJ V it rPVirt nfrTAm - n4 - H t i l i iiv uti Yiaa MllltUl VilUCU UJ 11 - - o iu o uuiiuuiiieiultralner and g0t int0 another cage T vi ne muie uus u weeK until mar - bear valued at several thousand dollars ket conditions improve and the agree - ls n a serious condition The animals ment to become effective as soon as had occupied parts of the same cage sep - siBiieu uy w per cent oi tne members arated bv a wooden Dartition whlnh was of the association and after announcement to that effect by the board1JtIt is believed that the agreement will become operative within a short while The board selected Charlotte as the place of meeting for the next annual convention time for which - was fixed March 25 and 20 1910 Other cities bididng for the convention were Richmond Atlanta Cincinnati Memphis Nashville and New Orleans GOOD RACING ENDS FAIR Piedmont District Exhibit a Success in All Departments Special to The Washington Post Winston Salem N C Oct 8 The Piedmont fair closed today with the best racing events in the history of the district The exhibit also was a pronounced success in all its departments The racing summary 222 pace Paul won King Kelly second Lucy Gentry third Little Ankatra fourth Best time 218 222 trot Astro Belle won Igo Second Fred Patchen third Schoolboy fourth Best time 21914 - Gentlemens road race Daisy G driven by Green won Pal Medium driven by Simpson second Idless Girl driven by Smoak third Otho H Cushwa Dead Special to The Washington Post Martinsburg W Va Oct 8 Otho H Cusoway aged 57 a native and lifelong resident of Berkeley county and a member of a prominent West Virginia family died at his home near this place this afternoon of typhoid ever He is survived by his wife who was Miss Mollie Myers of Berkeley county and six children Miss Lefevre Weds at flagerstown Special to The Washington Post Hagerstown Md Oct 8 Miss Teresa Lefevre and John Smith both of Hag - erstown were married at St Marys Catholic rectory today by the Rev B Kabby Killed by Flying Timber Heathsville Va Oct 8 Fitz Yeatman about 40 years old died Thursday night at Heathsville as a result of injuries received the day before from a piece of hying timber at Omohundros sawmill MARYLAND OBITUARY Hagerstown Oct SMrs Elizabeth Stouffer widow of Alfred Stouffer died here today at the home of her grandson William H Stouffer aged 90 years Her husband died Ave years ago Surviving are two daughters Mrs Anna Rohrer died at her home at Trego from pneumonia aged 67 years She was a Miss Stine before marriage John Silvers died at Two Locks from paralysis aged 61 years He - is survived by four children IFRANK GEIERS SONS 1113 SEVEXTHST NW Modern Chapel Telephone Call North 6 W R SPEARE Undertaker and Embalmer 940 F Street N W Everything strictly first class en the most reason - abla terms FRANK A SPEARE Mgr PHOXES MAIN 4280 AND 4281 GEO P ZURHORST UNDERTAKER AND EMBAUIER Funeral Parlors Ml East Capitol st The Royal Month and the Royal DI - - Jkase Sudden changes of weather are especially trying and probably to none more so than to the scrofulous and consumptive The progress of - scrofula duringa normal October is commonly great to never think of scrofula its bunehes cutaneous eruptions and wasting of the bodily sub stance wunoui inmKing or tne great good many sufferers from it have derived from Hoods Sarsaparilla whose radical and permanent cures of this one disease are enough to make it the most famous medicine in the world There is probably not a city or town where Hoods Sarsaparilla has not proved its merit In more homes than one In arresting and completely eradicating scrofula which is almost as serious and as much to be feared as Its near relative consumption FUNERAL DESIGNS Funeral Sprays J100 ana up floral Designs j60 and up MAitwiii ec ua 14th and H Eta nw Phone M 6353 FUNERAL DESIGNS Of Every DescriptionModerately Priced GUDE lilt V tt nw Phone - It - 27J FLORAL DESIGNS AT BLAOKISTONES Uth and H its nw Phone Male ITH Ask tor out weclil at 1200 WINE JELLY Is a toothsome dessert or sick or well if properly made and fiavorea With the right wine TO - KAtON SHERRY is the favorite wine with ood houBekeipers lor culinary use generally It gives added Savor to soups sautts oysters lobster ab meat and other chafingMsh deioacles Per boUle 50 cents Per gallon 3175 To - Kalon Wine Co t Phoiw Maln99Sm beaten down HURTIN CUMBERLAND RACE Jockeys Spine Injured ana Another Unable to Stop Runaway Three Thousand Witness Free - for - All Pace in Which The Cannon Ltfw - ers the Track Record Special to The Washington Post Cumberland Md Oct 8 Tbe best racing card of the week at the Cumberland fair was witnessed today by about 3000 people The greatest interest centered in the free - for - all pace in which Mimic the horse of ex - Congressman Thomas B Davis of Keyser was the favorite This was an unfinished race from yesterday Mimic lost due to overwork it is claimed In this race the track record was equaled twice 2091 - 4 The Cannon doing it once and Mimic once The Cannon did the flrst half of the last heat in 102 and showed his ability to finish beating the track record by several seconds but he jogged under the wire and won by over a length t In a match running race between Madison Square and Bracing Breezes 1 mile Madison Square won and then rah away with his mount Nial Twlgg 3 miles more going 4 miles Twigg stuck to the horse and was not injured In the 6 - furlong dash which was won by St Abe Jockey Plunkett of Ohio who rode Wagner jr slipped from his horse and was so badly injured that he had to be carried from the track His spine is Injured Wagner jr riderless continued to run - until he was stopped Following is the summary of the days events 2 25 trot purse J400 John R b g br Ashland C Albert Smith Keyser W Va Wiseman 115 1 Billy Pitch blk g by AH Patchen A Friedman Fairmont W Va Friedman 4 2 12 Lady Bell b m by Charleston De - belle W L Longenecker Whitel Pa Longenecker 2 4 4 3 Hinemar br hby Teckmar Millegan 5 3 2 5 Allle Jordan s m by Aleatraz A D Parr Clarksburg W Va Arnold 3 5 3 4 Susie Mack b m by McRoberts J S Vipoma Altoona Pa Vlpond A 6 t t Time 224 22414 22416 i234 2 25 pace purse 100 Joe Star b g by Baron Star Bedford Reidstone Rodney Frauleln Hal b m Ersklne Major Elder b s Hedrick Katherlne K Longerbeam Time 224 - 22414 224 - 2 - mlle running race purse 1150 St Abe Jordan Lady Ornarna Meyers Kiantio Ramsey Time XtlSV GentlemonSiUp race Sir Model Mason Evans Cumberland Finance J H Roberts Cumberland Sheridan Randolph MUlholland Cumberland i Time 1 50 t The Cannon b g by Bed Merrebel RhodesU S2 1 J - 1 1 1 Gott JEtt g g Burgowln 2 3 1 W 2 3 Mimic b g Johnson 1 1 3 2 3 3 I Time 2094 2 10 214 2 03Vi 2 lOVs 4 14 11 2 5 2 5 4 4 3 3dr 5 3 230 KM 3 srir - wsntviv - j u i - - TheKnoxtrade - markindi - cktes theman6fdiscfiminat - mg f astern - jf - i - V t Hats Are nandmanerandgiYethtv friple satisfactioiT of quality Style anuraJilHy f Jf - Sf 1 HELD FOR SELLING COCAINE Three Men Accused of Engaging in Traffic in Alexandria Washingtonian Alleged to Have Taken Drug Across Biver and Given It to His Agents QUESTIONED ONHQUOR ISSUE Montgomery RepubliJ Candidates Re - plySoorats Hold Off Special toTfleWaBhlBgton post - Rockvilfe Md Oct 8 Asa M Stab ler ytt M Hoffman and Alfred Wilson of the legislative committee of vthe Mont - trt 6VMWJ vviifw fV - SV c sei - to - each candidate for the legislature in this county a letter asklhff the f ollowlngquestions otfeforState - wide local to the onertbef ore the last legislature - to inalntain andstrengthen ourpresent local option lawjn this county J FavoraDlerfepliesr it Is uhderstoodhave havfrbeen jnade by several - of the Republican candidates but it - is said the Democratic candidates - will hold acon - ferenceto consider the matter before re WASHINOTOS paSTtllUREATJ 621 King Street Alexandria Va When Lewis ConnoraIias James Loner - shot a white man whose home is saldtos v 1 TTr - i - J t - j - r - r ub in vaanuiskuiiauci James jpnnson and Joseph Dudley colored were arraigned in the - AlexahdrIaPJlce court yesterday morning chargedwith being engaged in the cocaine traffic the police and others present learned some rather startling facts in connection with the use of the narcotic The nien were held for the action of the grand jury at the December term and Betty Masonj a ttegro who gave damaging evidence against them will be used aa a witness It was testified that Connor brought the drug to Alexandria and the others actd as sales agents - for him It also w as stated that Gonnor was known anions the users ot cocaine as the doctor and that sittings during which the participants snuffed cocaine into their nostiils until they reached the acme of ecstasy have been held frequently in this city The policeof Alexandria are engaged with the pojice f Washington in a wtr against theilKcSUaleof cocaine in tlvs two cities andtho rrest of Gonrtor Is believed to be sfeptqward thfivFlftins out of the traffic - PIEE IN BABUILDlfc 4 Waste Paper Becomes Ignited andiRbbM bery Story Is Set - Afloat while ashes were belnglremoved from the cellar of the eiaiSaria National Bank building yesterdayjsmtrninga lot of waste paper irt anoprl caught ire from an unknoW5is6uticeA ahd dense voP umes of smoke - pouring from the cellar indows caused considerable excitement In the bank arid lit the neighborhood Later a report Supposed - to have been started byawagtoI the effect that five men had rpbbecTtheibarik spread rapid through th city - and iherjolice - joh - dut at pojica hadguarters werei keptv - ibusy xor aumeaenying itiby telephone - FJIANK H ROGERS BURIED Coroners Jury Will Investigate Electricians Death on Monday The - coroners jury summoned Thursday night by Dr S BMoore Alexandrias coroner to investigate the death of Frank H Rogers the young electrical engineer who came in contact with a live wire and was instantly kilted at the plant of the Alexandria Electric Company Wednesday morning will meet at Demaine Sons undertaking establishment Monday morning at 11 oclock The funeral of young Rogers took place at the home Of his father William Rogers 1202 King street at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon The services were conducted by the Key William J Morton rector of - Christ Protestant Episcopal Chvrch and the pallbearers were Grant Hoover Chris West Dr Harrison and Talbot McCuen of Washington and Frank Westelaken and H Smith of Alex andria The services were attended by a numoer oi irienas or the young man and there were many handsome floral tributes New Virginia Corporation The Virginia corporation commission has granted a charter of incorporation to the Separate Recovery Company of Amer ica with a maximum capital stock of 300000 and minimum of 150000 The in corporators are S M Shoemaker of isccieston Md president L N Hopkins of Baltimore Md secretary and treasurer and M S Hopkins of Highland Md It te stated that the company purposes developing a patent granted by the government Quarters for Kindergarten Tre school trustees of Alexandria have allowed the managers of the Alexandria free1 kindergarten the use of aroom In Lee School building ip which thekinder - garten wil be conducted until such time as the room is needed by public schools Heretofore Ihev kindergarten has been cQnductedln - Ctuarters - rented - iby public wws u e - jSdge Barley toHearCasles Gov Swanson lias designated Judge Louis C Barleyof te Alexandria corporation court to preside In certain cases thti - wlllcome before the clrcultcourt ror Fnnce William countv at v the - Octnhpr teTjn CfrcUit Judge JBr Thornton amg - neen interested in thesecasesas an - - attorney before hewaselected torthe bench f t - K - t Bingnamton Entries Also Make Good Showing in Races at Yoik Special to The Washington Post Tork Pa Oct 8 Three races were run here today aOthe York Agricultural Society grounds and New York horses were again In evidence John Ful - lerton a Binghamton horse won the third race in three straights Direct Chimes came within aneck of receiving second - money He however took the third end of the purse In the second race 222 class the Maryland horses got all the money Country Jake after the second heat won in three straight Second money was divided between Carlos and Mabel fi In the first race 215 class Ash - line owned - by Al Cummings of Read ingY won the raceand first money Gay Phlllis a Binghamton horse got second money Summary 215 class pace tpurse J4W Ashline b g A Cummings Beading Pa - 2 2 111 GajrPhylllg br m J Lyman Binghamton N - Y 1 12 3 2 Trixie S - 1 m D Lawrence Bos - toni - Mass 5 3 3 2 3 Hal Direct br h J Flory Bryn Mar Pa 3 5 4 4 4 Kenneth Kb g C Harner Lebanon 4 4 5 5 dr A Time 2 13V 21414 2 12 2 154 2 14 2i xroir purse - iw Country Jake b - ff Wt McHcnry Hagerstown Md 33111 Carlos b e P F Farm German - town Md vfyi 41 12 4 3 2 Mabel EfW T West Sylmftr MK 4 16 5 5 Dr Boyla bit z - John PajeVAr - 1 leut0TBP4 r iVr2 4 3 2 3 King Bell b Ti f O Finney Onancock Va 5 6544 Bertha M - D nG Smith Wijies - Barre Pa 6 5 2 6 dr Time 22214 2 22H 2 214 2 21V1 2 22 224 class pace purse 400 John Pullerton J Lyman Binghamton X Y Ill Reea Wilkes ch g J Flory BrynMawr Pa 322 Direct Chimes J C Keeto Jdorayla N 7 - 2 3 3 weiungtontJr b g Ed Liphart Bed MARRIED PIJBHCrROAD Rwrdl fo Th Wuhlnrtnn 1nsf i JV i5 TrtiuIitT - ii - i In - Uf I f - fiuucBiBrTttk vjuuiJSi - aitnn kin thSfbugy irtbepublicIroad just aver If elected tothei legislature RillSyouLtheV West - tVirglnia line InrHanjpshfre option similar county n jrWbert pLargeaita j young farmerland Miss Catherine SantamyrJ TWiir you use - your oteandv influentie i jfed - cheekedjnountaIn - gIrlr were mar S - 4 jt Jl Rly54ti - fJ fled - ltttiie road Medi - Vesterda v b VirRev Fin sren R th uni wniofjtheJJnltea Brethren Ghurclu - Th ceremony - performed 5 - 4rg5 rs f After finding that - they - couldAnot bo legally married in VIrginiathey met the minister - try ftppointmentno werenar - - Tii3siutjo vCC - i - - i crfVt Guticura t1 - v For the1 most tor turing aisflguring fchlngr - burning and scaly skin humors consists of Cuticura Soap to cleanse the v skin Ointment to heal solvent - CliOuid - or clllsV o curify th blood - - Sold throughout the world - a - HT - iL J - - MAEYLAND HOESES WIN f - viJ54 - f JH - AZ - - - - s 3 - - 4 Is i - Jv A - s 3 neai tcemY in tt 5 i - - - - As - r t We otter lnUhetnew 2garmentswe ate sKowing direptffQngsKuppenJxeim the4 - iruesi economy in quality xciocnes - Lne prices range - Tfrora15It6 25 or 30 And everydollar tKat iyoyib payf qr these XS Iclothes brings Back anfactualvaluein Ye - f A li - - - rt vrn Ilia Kooa4 n - tA - ri 1 r4 - f lla - - - hflTi V HUiud vaiuwuaov - uvuuuv - cU - OiyiuaiuiA - - vYuiiu IIod Pa 544 Captain Larablc J Guess - - Buckingham Quebec 4 J 5 Senator Catlin ch g E Smith Wllkes - Barre Pa 6 6 dr Time 2 1914 2 19 2 - 2114 TWO HEATS pECipjkEACH EACE Sensation of Dyti Richmond Fair Comes in220 Pace Special to The Washington Post Richmond Va Oct 8 The racing card at the Virginia State Fair was again today the chief attraction The crowds attending the fair were almost as large as those of yesterday which proved to be the record breaking day of the week Only two heats were attempted in any of the - harness races The sensation of the day - came In the second race the 2 20 pacing class which was wort handily by James Da brown gelding owned by James i DraDer of Howell Mich - the - horse heinprotested Kty Ko AXrwAvi 4A1yXn U - tiCi - J thathe should fhavefeeeri - entered in jfatempany hd ffiat hisehtrance intp this raee was for nhepurpose of securing the purse and hot for the sport No identification of the horse was forthcoming and the purse was accordingly turned over to the National Racing Association to be awarded after proper investigation The events tomorrow will wind up the fair week when the fourth annual Exhibition in Virginia wll have passed Into mstory Some of the best horses in Virginia and the South have participated in this meet Summary FIRST RACE - 218 class trotting stake pursa Russell G or s by Abdell A E OBrien Roanoke Mott i Lottie Bedworthbr m by Bedworth W L Bull - Malta Va Christian 4 Iftttle May b m by Sidney Prince TMonteruma Farm Earing 2 5 fiumeej r m by uienbird E L Boze va Anderson - 3 4 juage maimer ana uavid Rossi also ran Time 217W 21T1 SECOND - RACE 220 class pacing - stake purse jajnea u or - g iy uamonei James Draper Howell Mich Draper 1 1 s ft tieaworm 0 s By Bedworth V V Shipley Cobbs Creek Va Christian 2 3 Alma b m - By Lord Percy E F Hall Washington D C Corbin J 2 Sir Henry r g by Eagle Bird E T Elliott Dillon S C Stanton 4 5 Peter Case ch g by Judge Case D C Armstrong Princess Anne - Md Arm - t strong s 4 t Mai Kipling Double Dick and Trilby M also started S KBedworth and Alma divided second aad third money rime 2M4 2 1414 THIBD RACE Six and one - hall - furlongs for 3 - year - ois and upwai - d that have not - won a nurse in the meeting purse 1300 Bobbie Kean 123 twaiKeri won jenme wens ta Swain second Judge Dundob 119 G Rowe third Time 121 Merse Llnnippee Delude Octopus Sam Fudge George G Hall and - Tourney also ran FOURTH - RACE Five furlongs for all ages that nave nor junana won in us meeting purse tuu ujiue H1OU0 iid lAicuHcoii won uetule - hem 120 Garner second NIokee 123 Crimes third Time 103 Margaret - Octopus Babv Willie Firebrand Merry Lassie Jack Patten Missouri Belle and Marlon C alo ran FliTH RACE The Consolation steeplechase for 4 - year - olds and usward nourlnners at this - meet ing purse j4uuaicKetjOT - 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