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ME WASHINGTON HUEAI3 H RALD FRIDAY MAY 15 1908 19Q8 1908 9
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1DDEDSTARIERIIS 1DDEDSTARIERIISStake ADDED ADDED STAR STARaERWS STARaERWSStake ERWINS ERWINSStake
Stake Feature Fcat re for Maidens MaidensGoes MaidensGoes MaidensGoes
Goes to Bon t Homme HommeBELMONT lomlueEELMONT QIlllllea QIllllleaBELMONT
BELMONT PARK CEOWD SHALL SHALLMnetceu SMALLtneteellStartcrlJ SIIIALLIinetcen
Mnetceu tneteellStartcrlJ Starters In First Race for forPlaters torPlatersFltieentoone forPlatersFifteento
Platers PlatersFltieentoone Firieentoone onc Shot Leads Ltadarrnctlcklly I LeadsPractichllr dll dllPrneiIckIJy
rrnctlcklly All the Way Va and Win Winby Winoby Vlna Vlnab
by b Three UengthB UengthaPeraonal Personal Takes Takesthe Takesthe Takesthe
the Fourth Event In A DriveNew Drive DriveNew DriveN
N New w York May 14 HThera There was a n big bigfalling big1Ung btgfalling
falling 1Ung Oft In the th attendance at Belmont BelmontPark Beln10ntPark BelmontPark
Park today toda as was expected after the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great crowd on Wednesday but at that tha tha1iOOO that thatleooo
i 1000 persons enjoyed the sport The Thestake Thestake
stake event feature was the maiden for fortxvoyearolds tort fortwoyearolds
txvoyearolds t 0earol 8 flve furlongs straight straightaway straightaway straightaway ¬
away which was thh the medium for a kill killIng kUlIng killIng
Ing with Bon Homme a speedy Bolt by byOddfellow b bOddte1lowBellB byOddfellowBelle
Oddfellow Oddte1lowBellB Belle of St Louis LouisForsythe LouisForsythe LouisForsythe
Forsythe scratched High Private and andadded andadded andadded
added added Bon Homme He was ridden by byShreve b bShre byShreve
Shreve Shre and was backed from 10 10to to 5 to toOnce toOnce 2 2Once
Once away from the post Bon Homme Hommemade Hommemade Hommemade
made all the running but at the end he hewas hewas hewas
was was pretty wall oxt extended aded te t win by half halfa halfGlength
a Glength length from Statesman The Theraoo race was wasrun wasrun wasrun
run over a slow track trackAugust trackAugust trackAugust
August Belmonts Prisclllian ran a abangup a abangup abangup
bangup race In the handicap at a mile mileand mUeand mileand
and a a sixteenth Pugan took the track trackwith trackwllh trackwith
with him at the start and made a runawayof run runaway run8wayot ¬
away 8wayot of it all the way to tot the e wire where wherehe where11e wherebe
he hada had 8 a margin of three lengths Berkoley Berk Berkeley Berkeley ¬
eley took the place placeZienap placeZlenap placeZienap
Zienap was successful in the handicap handicapfor handleapor handicapfor
for or mares and fillies Bockon a redhot redhotfavorite redhotf redhotfavorite
favorite f vorlt showed the th way to the t e middle middleof middleof middleof
of the turn where she ran out finishinglast finishing finishinglast finishinglast
last lastThere There were nineteen starters in the first firstrace firstrace firstrace
race for platers Tenancy by Courtesy Courtesya
a 15tol shot led practically ractlcan all the way wayand wayand wayand
and won galloping by three lengths lengthsPontoon lengthsPontoon lengthsPontoon
Pontoon backed from 50 to 30 O closed In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the last furlong and nailed the place placePersonal placePe placePersonal
Personal Pe nal came away under a drive in inthe Inthe inthe
the last furlong and won the fourth rac racby race raceby raceby
by a length and a half Lucille R was wassecond wassecond wassecond
second
The Summaries SnmmnriesFIRST Summnrle8FIRST SummariesFIRST
FIRST RACBSfcc f farloe farioeeL riw g Team TeM tor CoottesrJT Courtesy
97 Oanwr 15 to 1 wqp Poatoon P toOn m OnlteU OnlteUto 0u ea eato 33 33to > >
to 1 second Cads Shot W Etam S to 1 1Tttae third tUrtTtaw thirdTime
Time UMS LU 3 15 L John Mans Iam Braggart 11 ggort G O HaH HaHSaadal naUllal HUadflfal
Saadal adflfal Hal Bulger uJ er Tim CoiMhtett O iBCldMt Senator Cta CtaGfcnhaa ChI ChIGIftIbur GarOknha
Oknha Gfcnhaa BUM Maro Monocle King Cok Cot Hwste9 Hwste9Dmrttr n Ru a lloa lloaDiluter llseeDhaetec
Diluter llastaa Imtcaa Slim SU and DM Dead Gone alto n nSECOND IUL IULucom r rSECOND
SECOND RACEOne mile Zhwp Ml G OBuna GBUIDa GDorsal
Dorsal K to 5 wan Royal Lady ud 112 lt ISba Shaw 5 tol tolsfcoed to 1 11ItCOIId 1second
second Coraptete 1M iMcGafcey 1 > cC eJI 7 to 2 t third tfcbdTime tJdtdTime thirdTime
Time littli 1J L R 101 Iteckon afc also ran ianTHIRD rannURD ranTIIIRD
THIRD RACEWw fnrimg BmhoHtae D 115 IKShrew 115SIrtw 115Sbren
Shrew 7 to 2 mm SUtaHMft Stateee aa Itt G BMTBS
7 t h 5 MOMMl KMktn Xe ua 115 4E < < E Dwpa D ean 8 to 1 1third 1third 1third
third Ttew TI 11 1eti 34 Ruble Donation and Baltea Balteatl Bifosaalso
tl also 110 ran ranFOURTH JaILFOURTH ranFOURTH
FOURTH UACEOtwhalf mils Ptreeaal PersoMlGanter IK IKCareer ll6Garner
Career < te 1 won LHdHa R Ml MeCahay
5 to 1 sewed Lab Irma r MB l Shilling 1 M to k > 1 1third 1third 1third
third ThM 81t Ettwria Unde Walter Miss MbsHighland MissHtahand IIH IIHHIlh1aBd
Highland Opal Aiiomtte rioM e TakaMra M dra Miss Skapdate Skap Skapdae
date da Ptee PiaItww IAWB Doable Dean ste Iatrfct PatrlMsad and Hg Hf1k Daaee Daaeealto Daaeeabet
alto ram ramFIFTH n nFIFTH ri0FIFTH
FIFTH RACEOiw e Md oa ensthteeatb sixt 1itrtftItUI Btb aBeaPris aBeaPrisciliian > iUe 1IMPrIs 1IMPrIsciUian Prts Prtstiliian
ciliian 117 B Dtaa J to 5 w WIIB Bwk Berkeley erIIekJ ter 1U 1UGarner 111Gamer USGamer
Gamer 5 to 1 M aeaoad oad s P PAikfc Artk 98 McCarthy MeCartkjrM
M 6i to 1 third Tire IttT l tT 15 1 Mark Antony II and andSlSlii a ar sadL
r eilea aIM ftL ftLS1 raa raaSL
SL SlSlii S1 iit H I i uF1NJ 0130 rails Tfleh Tlieeal c M6 6 E D DEant Da Dagan Dagan
gan Eant 6 to 5 won Sal 106 ObBHag AIIM 5 to 2 wo MOod eaocad wooed ¬
oed d Part Row > t6 > 6 MoOeker areCa r > It to 1 third thbdTime tJalnLTime thirdTie
Tie Time Irtt lst S H TroHbfcButer Tnl Trouble lelUker akr sad Fw la1lSf t she ISB ISBSAN resSAN II IISAN
SAN FRANCISCO RESULTS KESUITSFIRST nESULTSFIKSl RESULTSFIRgr
FIRST RAOHSiK RAC I k foriMgc JII BMte Batt H Ness Mi MiKe Jt1Kelleft 1 1KeUeyl
Ke Kelleft art 13 to 1ot MM Marwtwd lie 1 lI 4ReWgl ReiUg 1teUJrttCJ M Itto j jto
to 1 aeoiMri Jfabel abet Hollander H Hoban hc MT i < ftUn tkslgas l1hr > w > B I to 1 1third 1third 1third
third Tie roe 11 < 1 Pal MM li Song tg Atrssarlo Am rfo Nellie NeBteIteehw NellieBeeine ielH ielHfteeine
Iteehw J W OXcftl O m ilfctra PiW Pride Day DI Star StarEmily a aEmily and andEdty
Emily M 1 also JIlL rwvSECOND JIlL5ECO ass9ECOaD
SECOND 5ECO D RACBOatlwM RACI3Ose beU of a nite as is Referm Refermtk Relenutioo Radsrasation
tioo tk 111 Kohn Ktlky 11 to wen Babtttog Dea Water Waterlife Water1ii WaterI
I life > i6 MenUy 11 31 to 1 awaood B Ben H of Brass BraNcWal W 1ftWalah WTaldi
tWalah cWal Taldi h 3 to 1 third Tbfte lti it34 1t 35 ArioArBea ArioArBeaTho AtbArBemTho Arb Arlies ArliesThe
Tho Drake Mental Anguiih Middle Deeonte CM ColItch CMlick 011lick
lick Briebt Dri bt st Skies sad 11II WiUhrood aba ran IMLTHIRD nuLTHIRD ranTHIRD
THIRD KACBSewB ItC8Se 1tACE Seven furkwgs B Sari ri Rogen lli lliUclntjr 1HlctctTnt Ili3tclctyrel
Uclntjr 5 to 1 von W Yada 11 MSler 10Ier T to fa6KOI1d f fswond L Lsecond
second May 1Ia Amelia 112 11 Kelley It 1 te t 5 thkdTime tkird tkirdTia tWrdTtuw
Time Tia 127M 112 Lee Harrison Dbtribntor Te Sul Sultan Sultan Seltan ¬
tan VinoTMoe and Dr SheraMR alee ran ranFOURTH nilFOURTH raeFOURTH
FOURTH RACPSeren RA 5efen fnrico f fmooca rk es e The flat IM 4
CMC1ntyre119 UrcIntjTe 13 to 5 won Orflene M Buiton 15 to toeeaoadl to toS t tsecond
S second eeaoadl Geauel Gomme1113 118 Rettis 6 to 5 third Time Timet7 TimeI45
1 t7 I45 45 Fad Bent and BlUr Pullman lttUwnoo abe ran ranFJFTH ranFJFTH ranFjF1H
FJFTH RAOBOnfl mile High Gun 107 l i Kelley Ke er
8 to 1 won Cantina 105 Mentry 31entr 13 to 5 sec second seeotJd seaoud ¬
ond St Mocha 110 Rettlg 8 to 1 third thJrdbl1 Tta Ttalli Time Time1I3
lli May San Sutton Vronslu Billy Mytr Wurzbarger WunlarzerBatmsdine WurzbargerBamudlne WunOOtittaURIdlne
Bamudlne Friar of Elgin Jgfn Frandsoin Prancl n and Wolftitle Wolf WolfTffla WolfTiUe
title also ran ranSIXTH ranSIX1l ranSlKTlf
SIXTH RACOn end oneRxtou onerixteenth on mteenth th mike mllaT mllfTtmrQ1 mikeTeetmy
T TtmrQ1 mtny Abeam 91 Zegler 17 to 1 won learns Vesne10S learnslOG emC
lOG Kelley 6 to 1 second Wap 87 Bratftn 21 to
5 Uifrd Tine 149 SibirJ Darrlngton Jack JackAduns JackA JackAdapts
Adapts A Northwest Northw t and Hellsme also ran ranEACING ranRACING nutRACING
RACING CARDS FOE TODAY TODAYBelmont TODAYDeln10nt TO DAY DAYDelmont
Belmont Park ParkFIRST ParkFIRST ParkPIRST
FIRST RACEHandleall RACE Handicap six 51 furlongs furlongsPantoufils furlonpPantoutlC furlongsPanteufile
Pantoufils 126 l Alethetto 1 1Cfcjead m lie lieCeeeeai
Cfcjead Jack lit I I B Big Dg Chief 121 121Lawrence it itLaws
Laws Lawrence as P f Daley 120 Oxford 0 old Ig
Cohort 115 Adriana Adrtana 1W a
l Hartford rtford Boy l 97 97SECOND I
SECOND UACEFour and onehalf furlongs furlongsRight furlongiRteht fut1on fut1onR
Right R ht Sort S rl US Aralak IB U 1 1 1indomitable113
Harrigan san 113 Sir Matin IK IKIndomitable 111
Indomitable Ind indomitable113 ri
ftable 113 Hoyle i 113 > i
Tom Reid 112 112THIRD 1131 +
THIRD RACE UACETho Tb Bajfchetter one mileH mile1e mile mileHe ml1 ml1n
n He tan 107 fRlaJto Rialto 107
din iJ
C 1e ld lden n Pearl 118 I Robert Cooper C r t KW KWQHestian 0 7
Question Mark 11tk 1031 103 103FOURTH 103FOURTH
FOURTH RACE 1UCESteepl RdCESteeplechau Steeplechase chase about two mile mileMaslnilHan mfl miles milesMaximilian 1 1Iw1
MaslnilHan Iw1 IUan 1S3 SelfProtection 1U
Palm Palm 151 I Kara 151 151W 151y
Eeowsnjr y 130 Aiken 12 14
Yellowback 132 13 I The Knight lnl t A13 1 13
Verrana 130Baj 133 Daenet net 116 115FIFTH 116FIFTH 116FIFThI
FIFTH RACEBellinjr are furious turJon turJonLaeir furlongsJ
J Ltdr dr rBKent rBKentT Berenrjck T ck 93 Indian Hunter lUll 9
J W T Kent 100 Xedlim X < < 11im 100
0 Mater U Kid 105 Wamboro Wamboro 1O 91 7
SlWer Jennie 97 Pete 100
Distract 102 Father Father Stafford Stafford105 105 10 10DAMtr
D Dander d r 100 Ruble Itubl 109 00
QHdiae = in Bell n 108 Henhawtas He e hltltas 1 100 100m fl flJe
VwAatlm m 100 I Bold Oiri 91
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AU Red 97 Thistle Belle 91 9
8 B Bethlehem tW Jwm 95 Harry Rogers Ro rs 97 91SIXTH
Oaal 37 37SIXTH 97SIXTH
SIXTH RACESelHcir RCFSelU lf one mile mileLaHr mU mULaJIr mile1ts
LaHr 105 1ts Chantllly 100 100B4
Iraiiwt Im tart OS IS Hyperion Hyperlan HJIl rlen II 1 1ft
Bfeady lU B4 nd1 loo 00 Keator eator I 1C 106
TeaeraH T IIr 103 Maziima M
Beellhrei Bellwether er 93 St JOJeph Jn eph Ml
I IrrteasWn rtell5lori lai Lord aM Stanhfrpe Stanhc e 1
Ni Nick Idt Stoner K Sir it Toddinfften Taldington101 Taldington101Oakland 101 101Oakland 1111OaJdcnt1
Oakland OaklandFIRST OaJdcnt1FIRST OaklandFIRST
FIRST RACBSellin RAOHr1Unli tleimslxtecnths tleimslxtecnthstun elcrcn sizternths of a amlkt amile
tun tunSt mile mlktSt mile1tKjkla
St 1tKjkla KjJda j JW Abraham Jr
R BA jniafa 110 are Merritt tt Bgxton Bgxton13 Bgxton13pr Qxton It
A tfce M 110 l1 I Balni Balmoral BalmoralSir rap 1
KI pr uk Skinner Stnner 107 Beane 4nnle Balm i iSBCO
Sir ASMS A ASECOND pes 107 7Saka Sak t tSECOND
SECOND SBCO D RACE RAC RACESelling Selllng e11lni Fut Futarity rity cwrse
Beastane DeflSt ne 1 195 Abbey Abb 115
Ttmrtwar Ttim 1 we r 105 Boohe Itoabtnr o bettr r
Exchequer Bx er 105 lasnoetar ID8IO er Bird Birdekfoet I
Jja ekfoet kf k Ot t IK II Talien Talienrtlj 9ia 95 95A
Oil A f lot 1011 rtlj Old Settler SettlerTHIRD 99i 91 91an 9
San an 01 9i 9iTHIRD 97THIRD
THIRD RACEOne mile milecne mileCepkater H HCollector
Collector cne Cepkater Jeuup 1W Masa 3rassaambreee Iasa
rraW rAmb1M 1M I Toll Ratlww fttlterer
Ttafttfar TlmoU Wea 1W Bntradda
Fn Fnod Bent 103 8 I Creation v T
Aftermath AftermathFOURTH W WFOURTH WSI 1 1FOURTH < <
FOURTH RACEHandtoap fire tiT furlongs fHrlonstOmn fiulongsO furlongsOcean
Ocean O an Q Queen an 112 A Allee ee Collins tl
Captain John Jahn193 ife Xarrater amtr
Jarwetania UaMraUnU JW MabaJ Ia FountaIn FountainooiMwhr I
Wofliawkr Woal4 ooiMwhr dtr 100 Trocha
BUin BJatnet5 BlauBlameless BlauBlamelessFIFTH i 95 95FIFTH 95FIPTH
FIFTH RACE SrtHEc S HD one mile and ur urlsak i iJMtldA eT eTtI aty atyM
JMtldA JMtldAW
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narOr llartaocadrrw lM KBOwIedg
AM adrew Maek 3lask145 108 t Shady Rhad lad lads
s S Sea Lad 107 Pkkawajr PIb lai
Rkmembw fernber M6 l Mte Maas IIA Mw Iu Biudfelr Biudfelrtt B Bemh111 w 1
Owban tt 10S Budapest BudapestSIXTH nudaptestSIXTH lie lie51XTH
SIXTH RACBEltTensbtecatks RACBE1ne sbt stxtecatha tM of a alle mHeFather Ile IleFa
Fa Father r Ravel 110 I f Pirvfiln PirvfilnNonte aptalll U Biqsatt tt
TrbtmPltaDt no I miter I Riockia Riockiaoete I cI ag
Nonte ottJe Lucille lOSil 108 Lard rd Protest Protestemellt Pretesteiaeet
Bsdteroeat emellt 1 116 6 I Belle n Ie Ktnney Ktnnerad KtnneyLonljtvIIIe i
ad der 1M I Kokomo K iJn
Natbe 3O 1 107 107Louisville < 11 11Loul
LonljtvIIIe LonljtvIIIeFIRST Loul LouisvilleFIRST llIe llIepmST
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TH Twcall Tt can B G Cw W WlfSflwade WlfSflwaderwwufce lei I Sfrora Snade W
UaskB ht Pisa Iii I Mare Ia law IaWJCMe ec lU lUMI 111
t MI 11 fled Ed rJntMt M Mkneeler
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Dwwe 107 SlUerite nTeite11IIdI m
11IIdI Ms Boar JIM W 17 I Stowaway 11
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SECOND SECO D RACBSU trWrqgioree faring furlA furlADiTorMe
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Bleeterilte 105 I I i Bert Trorato Tmrato TntT to 1M 1
Lady Ane Atlea 110tS UI SlnY Selneaw lasaw lasawTHIRD 1M
Hannibal Ber 111 ltitt 1U r Sir r ur 111Ili
7Rferr nabat 119 Bstela Jt C nr
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Marry n Field FieldTHIRD Plekl I ITHItt
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RaWReew ltaIp n w 138 Claw Leader LeaderFIFTH JU i4
FIFTH RACEFitc RttAFitt and onebalf ftirlenei ftirleneiPavliae 1tr1en 1tr1enPau1lac
Pavliae Pa Parwll Per tII 97 JT Kliaabeth r ltJabet Hanraod HarnocIr Harweed1y
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SIXTH IXTH RAGECM mile milePrtttjr mJleIrIUS milePretty
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ABM A Scott M 1 + i Bean nnonmetl Bn Dntmmell meJl
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HAEGASBTTE FREELAND DEADWoman DEAD DEADWoman DEADtoman
Woman toman Long Interested Inter ted in Corp of ofSpecial ofCndct ofCadets
Cadets Pas Pasaea 1I A Way Way8pxeel aT aTSreciftl
Special to toThe The Washington Herald HeraldLexington HeraldLexingtOn HeraldLexington
Lexington Va Va May 14 14MI153 Misa Mar Margarette Margarette Margarette
garette Freeland for many years interest interested Interestd interested ¬
ed d in the corps of cadets cad ts at the Virginia VirginiaMilitary VirginiaUltarY Virginiahlllitary
Military UltarY Institute died last night at her herhome herhome herhome
home in lnLoxlngton Lexlnl Loxllgton ton The funeral was waaheld wase1d wanheld
held e1d this afternoon atternoontrom from R E Lee LeeMamorlal LeeMemorial LeeMemorial
Memorial Episcopal Church by the rector rectorRev rectorR rectorRev
Rev R v W Cosby Bell and the remains remainstaHen remainstaken remainstaken
taken to Richmond for Interment In Hol Hollywood HollYWOOd Hollywood ¬
lywoodMiss lywood lywoodMiss lYWOOdMiss
Miss Freeland was a daughter of John JohnFreoland JohnFreflanc1 JohnFreeland
Freoland of Richmond Her mother was wasMiss waslions wasMiss
Miss lions Rosalie Bradfutc of Lynchburg LynehburgThree LynchburgThree LynchburgThree
Three sisters survive surviveMrs Mrs J R C Lew Lewla LewIS tewIs
IS of Lexington Mrs Daineerfield Lewis Lewisof Lewisot Lewisof
of New N W York and Mrs James Fox of ofBaltimore otBalttmore ofBaltimore
Baltimore Miss Freeland < was the foundi foundior found founder foundi
i er of the Ladles Newmarket Associa Association AssocIatl Assoclation ¬
tion tl n In honor of the cadets who were werekilled werekUled werekilled
killed at the battle of Newmarket during duringthe durin durinthe duringthe
the civil war warON warON warON
ON TRIAL FOR KILLING FRIEND PEIENDJohn FRIENDJobn FRIENDJohn
John Rennie Accused Acc sed of Canning the theDeath theDeath theDeath
Death of John Campbell CampbellSpecial CampbellSpecial
Special 8 1 to The Washington Herald HeraldCumberland HeraldCumberland HealdCumberland
Cumberland Md May 14 14The The trial of ofijohn ofJohn ofJohn
John Rennie for Uia murder of John JohnCampbell J01mCampb JohnCampbell
Campbell Campb U his friend and relative by bymarriage b bmarriage bymarriage
marriage at Midland March It 1 began today to toIday toda
Iday da day Eight Jurors were obtained and andthe andthe andthe
the remainder will be selected from tales talesmen talesmen talesmen ¬
men tomorrow tomorrowRannle tOrnorrowRennIe to morrow morrowRennie
RennIe while drunk Is alleged to have haveshot haveshot haveshot
shot flrst at his wife but the bullet bulletmlEsed bullotmh bulletmissed
missed mh d her Later Campbell was found founddead tounddead founddead
dead on the floor with a bullet wound woundIn woundIn woundin
In his loft side Rennie was asleep In Inbed Inbed Inbed
bed when officers arrived and he denied deniedhaving deniedhaving deniedhaving
having any knowledge of the crime crimeLoulll crimeLouis i iLouis
Louis Windom aged twentytwo twenty two years yearsson years80n yearsson
son of William WIndom of Wileonburg WileonburgW WnconburVa
W Va was crushed to death in a a roll rollat rolltt rollet
at tt a paper mill at Richwood yesterday yesterdayBAD yesterdayBAD yesterdayBAD
BAD OUTLOOK TOE HARVARD HAEVAEDYale HARVARDYale HARVARDYale
Yale Coming Along Strongly for the theDunl theDnnl theDual
Dual Game GameBoston GnlneDoetan GantesBoston
Boston May fay If 1JThc The YaleHarvard YaIoH rvnrd dual dualme dualmeet dualmeet
me meet t an affair of Importance this week weakis weekI weekis
is not likely after all to be such an easy easything easything easything
I thing for Harvard as some persons have haveboen havefiguring havebeen
been figuring The idea was that Har Harvard Harvard Harvard ¬
vard had so many man good men for the odd oddplaces oddplaces oddplaces
places that the victory Ctory might go to the theCrimson theCrimson theCrimson
Crimson However the fact seems to tob toI tobe
b be that the Crimson is so deficient defiol nt in infirstclass InI infirstclass
I
firstclass ftr atetass material matar ll as to make It nearly nearlyimpossible nearlyimpossible earlY earlYimpossible
I impossible to help out very ery muoh witji witjitho wlt wltitho w1tJithe
itho the second string men The meet will declde de decide dei ¬
i clde the possession of the dual meet oup oupfor oupI cupfar
I for which the tb callages caU gos are tiedI tied tiedThe tiedThe
The Yale track team was greatly un underrated l1nderrated underrated ¬
I derrated in considering It for the meet meetwith meetwith meetwith
with Princeton Although Stevens But Butl Butter
I l ter r and Burch were unable to sprint an another AnothQl another ¬
other man Carey Care turned out a nice per performance performtlhQe performence ¬
formance and won from Conners and andGambia andGamble andGamble
Gamble The last named was a 8 distinct distinctdisappointment distinctdlsappolhtment distinctdisappoihtment
disappointment The best man developed developedin develoMdIn
in the HarvardDartmouth meet was G GP GP GP
P Gardner jr of Harvard the inter InurooliigfuU InLerooUtgtate interoolleglate
ooliigfuU lawn tennis champion He won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the low hurdles in 36 36 seconds leading leadingRand leadingRand leadingRand
Rand of Harvard and Shaw of Dartmouth Dart Dartmouth Dartmouth ¬
mouth in that order Shaw won the thahigh thenigh thehigh
high hurdles in li 1 16 seconds against againstthe ngatn1tthe againstthe
the wind but knocked over two hurdles hurdlesthe hurdlesthe hurdlesthe
the first ftr t and the th second HCOndTAo secondThe secondTfea
TAo Crimson Crlm on sprinters wore not equal equalto equalto equalto
to the t task sk of beating Sherman of Dart Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth ¬
mouth and should hardly hUdl be able to beat beatCar beotClzy beatCarey
Car Carey of Yale If they go no bettor than thanthey thanthlY thanthey
they did Saturday last La Montagno Montagnoappear Montagnoi Montagnoappears
i appear to be a better quartermiter q rtermHer than thanDa thanpe thanDo
Da Selding In the half mile Harvard Harvardshould Harvardsloould Harvardsiwukl
should have an advantage with 1th Whltcher Whltcheragainst Whlteheri Whitcheragainst
i against KJrjasoff The distance run runWight runht runouatt
ouatt Wight ht to flnjl ttntl Tale Yal a ail welt yell off Qf is 81Iat 81IatYIlrd Hat Harvard Hatyard ¬
yard The hurdles hut < dles look to be about an aneven ane aneven
even e 8n break Harvard ought to have ha an anadvantage anadvantage anadvantage
advantage in the broad jump and shot shotput shotput shotput
put but the pole vault and hammer throw throwshould throwshould throwshould
should be overwhelming ov rwhelmlng for Yale The Thehigh Th Thhigh Ttwhigh
high jump ought ou ht to be b in favor of Yale YaleTB YaleTH YaleThe
TH TB results of the HarvardDartmouth HarvardDartmouthand
and YalePrinceton meets seem to augur augurthat augurth augurthat
that th t Harvard will get a beating Inciden Incidentally IncIdentally Incidentally ¬
tally these meets have a closor line on onthe onthe onthe
the dangerous danger us men for th the Intercollegiates Intercollegi Intercollegit IntercolleglatM
atM t 6 Sherman Shernu of Dartmouth in the thesprints thesprints thesprints
sprints and broad bro d Jump and Palmer of ofDartmouth atDartmouth ofDartmouth
Dartmouth In the high jump will hep hepout hcpout hepout
out Shaw in making several points for forthe fort forthe
the t he Green Gr n in the big meet
CEAELES E COFFIN STRICKEN STRICKENPJU STRICKENParalyzed STEICKENParalysed
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Paralyzed PJU lYJled While YbUt on a Street CAr In InWashington inW inWaahiugton
Washington WaahiugtonSpecial WashingtonSpedal W hlugton hlugtonS
Special S clal to The Washington HeraldHyattaville Herald HeraldHyattavillo 1IeraIdHyattsvtl1
Hyattavillo May 14 14FGrmel Ffirme Representative Represen Representative Representative ¬
tative Charles E Coffin of Mulrkirk MulrkirkPrince MulrklrkPrInce MuirklrkPrince
Prince George County is at the theEmer theEmergeney Emer Emergency Emergenoy ¬
gency Hospital Washington suffering sufferingfrom sutterlngtrom sufferingfrom
from a a paralytic stroke sustained yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday morning in Washington while a apassenger apassengor apassenger
passenger on a street car carMr carMr carMr
Mr Coffin comnwas was on his way to consult consulthis consulthis consulthis
his physician Dr Charles A Davis when whenstricken whenstricken whenstrlcken
stricken He was unattended It washours WasI was washours
hours after reaching r aohlng the hospital that he hewas heI hewas
I
was able nbl to articulate sufficiently to tell tellwho tellwho tellwho
I who he was wasThe wasThe wasThe
The hospital authorities do not regard regardhis rega regardhis d
I his condition as dangerous As soon as ashe as ashe l lI
he recovers sufficiently Mr ° Coffin wfirepair wlM wlMrepair viUrepair
I repair to the mountains where he will willspend wilttlJe willspend
spend the summer summerThe summerI summerThe
The Democratic State central centra committee committeefor committeetor committeefor
I for Prince George County has Issued a acall apall
call for primary meetings to be held heldthroughout heldI heldthroughout
I throughout the county on Decoration Day DayMay DayMay DayMay
May SO to select delegatos to represent representeach representeMh representeach
each of the seventeen election districts in intho Inthe Inthe
the county convention to be held In Marl Marlt Marlboro Marlboro
t boro Tuesday Tues ay June 2 2 Contest Is regard regarded regarded regarded ¬
ed as certain between Flllmore BooB of ofVansvilte ofVansv1l1 ofVansvlllo
Vansvilte district and T Van Clagott of ofMarlboro ofMarlboro ofMarlboro
Marlboro district both bothdeslrtngto desiring to succeed suc succeed succeed ¬
ceed Judge George C Merrick when he heretires hereUras heretires
retires retiresLANKFOED reUrasLANKFORD retiresLANKFORD
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LANKFORD IS RE EEELECTED EEELECTEDSuperintendent REELEOTEDSuperintendent ELECTED ELECTEDSuperintendent
Superintendent of Maryland lIar lnnd House Houseoj JIouteot Houseo
oj o Correction Retained RetainedSpcdal Retained RetainedS RetainedSpecial I
Special S Al to The Waiategtoa Wuhl rtl > s Herald HeraWAnnapolis HeraldAnnapolis HeraldAnnapolis
Annapolis Md May 14 llThe The annual annualmceting annuallU4tfng annualmeeting
meeting of the board of directors of the theMaryland theManland theMaryland
Maryland House of Correction was held heldat heldat heldat
at Annapolis this afternoon and resulted resultedIn resultedIn
In the reeleotlon of Supt Lankford and andall andall andail
all officers of the institution except Dr DrR DrR DrR
R A Hammond as official physician physicianDr physicianDr physicianDr
Dr T Watts Byerly Byer of Laurel was wasnamed wasnamed wasnamed
named In place of Dr Hammond The Themeeting ThePleating Themeeting
meeting of the board was held here on onaccount onMcount onaccount
account of tho Illnoss of Gov Crothere Crotherswho Crotherewho Orotherswbo
who while considerably improved is isetill Isstili Isstill
still unable to leave the u e house houseOn houseOn houseOn
On the recommendation of Gov Crothers Croth Crothers Crothers
ers the board appointed a committee of offive otfive offive
five members to confer with the boards boardsof boardlJor boardsof
of other similar Institutions in nearby nearbyStates noorbyStates nearbyStates
States on tho systems employed by them themin themIn themIn
in the conduct of their business businessSupt businessSupt businessSupt
Supt Lankfords report for the month monthof monthor monthof
of April shows an Income from contract contractwork oontraotwork contractwork
work of J3TJ4J7 3ilU7 and that there were 7W 7Wprisoners flprisoners ittprIsoners
prisoners male and femaJe in the insti institution Institution listtution ¬
tution last night an increase of 56 56TEST li6TEST 56TEST
TEST OF AJEBEEINE uAM1lERINERight AJEBEEINERight AMBERINERight
Right to < o Sell In Dry Dr District Inane Isxncof luneof Inaneof
of Case CaseSpecial OaeSpeelal CaseSpedal
Special U t The WatM Waakagtss gtMi Herald HersMManaasas HmhLManUM HeraldManassas
Manaasas Va April 14 14ade Wade hood hoodwin boodwla Good Goodwin ¬
win manager manag r for the Arobarlne sa salo sa10Gn saloon
lo loon n in 11 this place was arrested this thisafternoon thisatternoon thisafternoon
afternoon upon a warrant sworn out outby outby outby
by Sergt J W Wlteoocon charging him himwith hImwith himwith
with a violation of the Byrd liquor law lawMayor Jaw1Ia lawMayor
Mayor 1Ia or C A Sinclair postponed the case oaseuntil caseuntil caseuntil
until Friday Attorney AttorAt Brent Of t Alex Alexandria AlaxandrlA Alexandrie ¬
andria appeared for the defendant and andR andR andR
R A Hutchison for the AntiSaloon AntiSaloonLeague AntlSa1oonLeague AntiSaloonLeague
League LeagueThe LeagueThe LeagueThe
The ease Is Iss a test of the right to sellAmberine sell sellAmberina selluAmberlne
Amberina in a s localoption district districtDivorce dlstrletDivorce districtDivorce
Divorce Cane Attract Attention AttentionSalisbury AttentionSpetel UtentlouSlt
Spetel Slt lt to lire W Naakieytas herald HenNS heraldSllsbury
Salisbury S lbbul3 N C G May M 14 HProceedlrgs HProceedlrgsIn Proceedlr gs gsin
in the netted divorce dtVQl eeae a of Engineer VyV VyVA WA tVA
A Klnney against agaIa t Mary A Ktanay of ofSpencer orSpencer ofSpencer
Spencer wa was begun In Rowan Superior SuperiorCourt SuperiorCourt SuperiorCourt
Court here today toda On account of the theprominence theprom thepromiadnce
prominence prom of the p peruse rtl 6 Ua the U cats Is at attracting attractl attracting ¬
tracting tractl wide ow attention attentionArrange aUUenArrnuge attentionArrange
Arrange for Xew S W Bnililinjjrs BnililinjjrsSpcefaU DulltUngsT Dnildinga8peeial
SpcefaU te Th T Waabieatoa W W1D to toi toa Hmld HmldLexington n nLad llenidLexington
Lexington Lad ng ton Va May M HThe Tho board of ofvisitor atvl3ltor ofvisitors
visitor 0 of < the Virginia Military MtUtar Insti Institute Institute Institute ¬
tute will meet here tomorrow in special specialsession spoclal1eU10ft specialsession
session to make arrangement for the thenew tbenew thenew
new buildings to be erected by the spe special s sI special ¬
cial appropriation of WMXX by the last lastlegislature lastlegislature lastlegislature
I legislature
n n nI
NEWS ES OF OFALEXANDRIA OFALEXANDRIABY ALEXANDRIA ALEXANDRIABaby
Baby Playing with Matches MatchesIs MatchesIs
Is Fatally Fatal y Burned BurnedBODY BurnedEODY BurnedBODY
BODY OF POSEY CHILD FOUNDVictim FOUND POUNDVictim FOUNDVfcUnl
Victim of Trenton Tle ton Accident Drawn DrawnInto DrnwDInto Drawninto
Into Sinking Vessel by Suction and andRecovered andecoered andRecovered
Recovered When Vhen Packet Is BeIng BelnffPumped BeIngramper1 BCingVamped
Pumped Ont OntJuae Judges and Clerk ClerkAre ClerkffAre ClerksAre
Are Chosen by the Democrats DemocratsWASHINGTON DemocratWASHINGTON Democrat DemocratWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON HERALD BUREAUBell BUREAU BUREAUBell DunEAUDen
Bell Telephone 58 585S fA fAJ 99sr7
5S J King Street StreetAlexandria StrutAlexandria StreetAlexandria
Alexandria Va May It HWlabard Wiabard W WDornlh WDon1ih WDornih
Dornlh two years ears and four months of ofage atage ofage
age son sonj sonof sonIof Iof j of Walter W V Dornlh Southern SouthernRailway SouthamRallwny SouthernRailway
Railway Rallwny engineer who resides at 501 Duke Dukestreet Dukestreet Dukestreet
street was fatally burned at 238 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this afternoon while playing with matches matchesin
in a bedroom and died diet from his injuries injuriesat
at 5 oclock oclockMrs oclockMrs oclockMrs
Mrs Dornlh was badly burned about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the face and hands In her efforts to save saveI sav savher save saveher
her child chlldt and she is almost crazed with withgrief withgrlet withgrief
grief The bed clothing of an adjoining adjoiningbed adJolnlngbod adjoiningbed
bed was badly burned It was stated at atthe atthe atthe
the Dornlh home hom tonight that the child childI chUdCnt childwentto
wont wentto Cnt to a bureau drawer In the bedroom bedroomand bedroomand bedroomand
and got the matches It had often before beforeseen beforesacn beforeseen
seen its mother place the matches there thereand therennd thereand
and it was its delight to see them burn burnThe burnThG burnThe
The body of Stanley D Posey the theeighteen theeighteen theeighteen
eighteen months old son of Mr and Mrs MrsE 1IIrsE Mrsl
E l Maury Posey who was drowned May 1110
3 last with the sinking of the steamer steamerTrenton steamerTrenton steamerTrenton
Trenton at Reardons wharf was found foundat foundat foundat
at 2 oclock this afternoon in the en engine englnl engine ¬
gine room of the steamer toom r by Noble Smith Smithengineer Smithengineer Smithengineer
engineer of the Columbia fire engine engineEngineer engineEngineer engineEngineer
Engineer Smith was in charge of the old oldColumbia oldColumbia oldColumbia
Columbia flro engine which was today todayused todayused todayused
used in pumping out the steamer s Qamer He Henoticed Henoticed Henoticed
noticed that something stopped the suc suction suction suction ¬
tion pipe several times today to and this thisafternoon thisatternoon thisafternoon
afternoon made an investigation and andfound andtound andfound
found the childs body bodyIt bod bodIt bodyIt
It is believed that when the mother mGt er lost lostthe lostthe lostthe
the child In the strong current rrent the body bodyWHS bodys bodypas
pas s drawn by suction back into the en engine Iraglne engine ¬
gine room of the foundering boat By or order order order ¬
der of Coroner S S B Moore the remains remainswere remainswere remainswere
were removed to an undertaking estab establishment establIsbmMt establishment ¬
lishment lishmentA
A coroners corone s jury summoned by Dr DrMoore Dr1oIoore DrMoore
Moore JiMtjtonlght at Whestleys under undertaking undertaking undertaking ¬
taking establishment and adjourned adjournedafter a adjournedafter urne4 urne4att6r
after viewing the body to meet Sunday Sundaynight Sundaynight Sundaynight
night at S oclock oclockA
A meeting of the city Democratic Democr tlo com committee commlttoo committee ¬
mittee was held tonight to night at the Opera OperaHouse OperaHouse OperaHouse
House Cafe Cae whon the following judges judgesand judgosand judgesand
and clerks were chosen for the Congres Congressional CongresslonAl Congresslonel ¬
sional primary which will be hold June JuneFirst
9 First wardJudges Zeta Hill J H HTrimyw HTrfmyer HTrtmyer
Trimyw and Wayne Byers elerk clerks S SC SC SC
C Swain and C P Waller Second ward wardJudges
Judges Judgos Fred Kaus Robert Grohau Grohauand Grohauand Grohauand
and Conrad Schwab clerks Vincent VincentBradley VincentBrapley VincentBrailley
Bradley and F H Schneider Third Thirdward ThirdwardJudge ThirdwardJudgee
ward wardJudge Judge E J Fleming G W WBontz WBontz WBontz
Bontz and an R L Monroe clerks J W WPoss WP08 WPons
Poss P08 and F P Russell Fourth ward wardJudges wardJudges wardJudges
Judges C M Lennon J T Sweeneyand Sweeney Sweeneyand Swoeneyand
and J T 1 Lawler clerks M P Vincent Vlneentand Vincentand VIncentand
and George T TPetttt TPettttAnnouncement Pettit PettitAnnouncement PettitAnnouncement
Announcement we made that all per ptlrUes parties
4 ties B who ho daro dll Jr t t8 b bm ma delegates to tetM totJM tothe
tM Roanoke convention will nave to pre present priSIt present ¬
sent their names to R T Cook secretary secretaryof sec etan etanof
of the committee by noon May 31 h Two Twodaiegates Twod Twodelegates
delegates d legatas will be chosen from each ward wardSamuel wardSftmuel wardSamuel
Samuel Kennedy colored about twen twentyone twentyone twentyone ¬
tyone years of age who was arrentad arrentadyestanfoy afretitedyesterday arreestedyesterday
yesterday by Special Poifevman PoIfem n Pankey Pankeyof Pankeyof
of the Southern South rn Railway RaUWti Company on onsuspicion onsuspicion onsuspicion
suspicion of robbing the store ator of Hibbs HibbsGiddings HibbsGiddings k kGIddings
Giddings was yesterday turned over to toMr toJlr toMr
Mr Gibbs and conveyed to Manasas ManassasVa ManasasVa MaBSftSYa
Va where he will be b tried The police policesay POl polleesay e e15ay
say that the prisoner who says ays lie came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from Charlotte N C claims to have
been with three other colored colored men nienwho nienwhocommitted men who whocommitted whocommitted
committed the robbery They escaped escapedHe escapedHe escapedHe
He told the police where the stolen goods goodswere goodswere goodswere
were hidden An examination of the theplace theplace theplace
place designated by the accused failed to toI tor toreveal
I reveal r veal them themJohn themJohn themJohn
John W Wenk who fesldea at 230 230North 230North 230North
North Alfred street while suffering from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the effects of a high fever t ver this morning morningat morning morningat
at 5 oclock walked w lJted from his secondstory secondstorywindow secondstorywindow secondstorywindow
window His face ac and chest were bruised bruisedHe bruIsedHe bruisedHe
He He waspicked was w picked up by Policemen Beach Beachand Beachand Beachand
and R RfiVlett wlett and conveyed into his house houseIt hou5C1It houseIt
It is said that Wenk is threatened with withtyphoid withtyphoid withtyphoid
typhoid pneumonia pneumoniaFuneral pneumoniaFuneral pneumoniaFuneral
r
Funeral services over the remains oThomas o oThomas 0ThomD8
Thomas E Gorham who died Tuesday Tuesdaytook Tuesdaytook Tuesdaytook
took place at 4 oclock this afternoon afternoonfrom nlternoonfrom afternoonfrom
from his home 216 South Payne street streetRev streetRev streetRev
Rev William J Morton reotor of Christ ChristProtestant ChristProtostant ChristProtestant
Protestant Episcopal Epl oopal Church assisted by byRev byRev byRev
Rev Edgar Carpenter rector Grace Prot Protestant Protestant Protestant ¬
estant Episcopal Church conducted the theservices the8ervl theservices
services 8ervl s The Interment was in St StPauls StPauls StPauls
Pauls Cemetery The floral emblems emblemswere emblemswere emblemswere
were numerous and beautiful Members Membersof
of Alexandria Lodge No 753 Benevolent Benevolentand Benevolentand Benevolentand
and Protective Order of Elks attended attendedthe attendedthe attendedthe
the funeral In a body and held the Elks Elksservices ElksservlceJ Elksservices
services at the grave Those serving as aspallbearers aspallbearers aspallbearers
pallbearers wore Judge I L C BarleyJacob Barley BarleyJacob BarleyJacob
Jacob Brill Dr S B Moore T Mc McGowan 11101owan McGowan
Gowan Thomas Rowen and Joshua JoshuaWalker JoshuaWalker JoshuaWalker
Walker WalkerThe WalkerThe WalkerThe
The Terminal Taxicab Company Incor Incorporated Incorporated Incorporated ¬
porated of this city has been granted a acharter a achart acharter
charter chart r by th the > State corporation commis commission commieslon commission ¬
sion with a maximum and minimum capi capital capital capital ¬
tal stock of 250000 5Oooo The objects of the thecompany tMcompllny thecompany
company are to engages in the sale of ofautomobiles orautomobiles ofautomobiles
automobiles and cycles The following followingare oHowlngare
are the officers H C Wilson lIson president presidentJ
J H Corning secretary R C Wilson Wilsona WUsoI1C
a C B Myers J Pickling Fl kUng all of Wash Washington Washngton Washington ¬
ington ingtonDr ingtonDr ngtonDr
Dr Charles S Beach a veterinary sur surgeon surgeon surgeon ¬
geon Is in receipt of a letter from A D DMelvln DMelvlnt DMelvin
Melvin Melvlnt chief of the Bureau of Animal In Industry Industry
dustry Agricultural Department in which whichthe whiohthe whichthe
the writer states that the dog recently recentlysent recentlysent recentlysent
sent him by b Dr Beach was evidently evidentlysuffering evidentlysuffering evidentlysuffering
suffering from the rabies when It was waskilled waskUted waskilled
killed The dog had bitten several chil children chlldren children ¬
dren who are now taking the Pasteur Pasteurtreatment Pasteurtreatment Pasteurtreatment
treatment treatmentEgbert treatmentEgbert treatmentEgbert
Egbert A and Jennie JI E Thompson have havesold hayesold havesold
sold to Carl S Bassett a lot of ground at atthe atthe atthe
the southeast corner of Payne and Madi Madison Madison Madison ¬
son street Carl S Bassett has also pur purchased purchased purchased ¬
chased from Miss Grace Thompson a a lot lotat lotat lotat
at the northwest corner of Wythe and andFayetto andFayetto andFayette
Fayetto streets Deeds of conveyance conveyancefor conveyanoefor conveyancefor
for both pieces of property were today todayplaced tc todayplaced > day dayplaced
placed on record In the office of the clerk clerkqf clerkqf clerkQf
qf the Corporation Court CourtMiss CourtMiss CourtMiss
Miss Mary Iary Crockett widow ot James JamesCrockett JamesCrockett JamesCrockett
Crockett died last night She was about aboutseventyfive a aboutseverityfive out outsuventYfie
seventyfive years of age Two sons survive sur survive survive ¬
vive Her remains will be brought here heretomorrow heretomorrow heretomorrow
tomorrow for burial burialAnnouncement burIalAnnounQ burialAnnouncement
Announcement AnnounQ men Is made that the first firstsecond fit8t fit8tecond firstsecond
second and third degrees of the Knights Knightsof
of Columbus will be conferred upon a alarge aluge alarge
large class of candidates at Staunton StauntonVa StauntontVa StauntonVa
Va May 11ay4 24 L The degrees will be a given givenby gtvenby givenby
by District Deputy Dr E A Gorman of ofthis atthis ofthis
this city cityMrs cityMrs cityMrs
Mrs Phil Ryan and d daughter who whohave whohave
have been visiting Mr and Mrs Jacob JacobBrill JacobBrill
Brill have returned to their home in inRichmond InRichmond InRichmond
Richmond Va VaFIGHTINa VaFIGHTING
FIGHTING LOCAL OPTION OPTIONFredericksbnrg OPTIONFredericksburg
Fredericksburg Liquor Men Will WillTest WillTest
Test Recent Election ElectionS1eclal ElectionSpecial
Special to The Washington Herald HeraldFroderlcksburg HeraldFredericksburg HeraldFredericksburg
Fredericksburg Va May 14 ItSlncetbls ItSlncetblsdt7 Since Since thiscity this
city by b thirtyone majority voted otod out outsaloons outsaloons
saloons at election held May 5 there has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been considerable speculation as to towhether towhether towhether
whether the wets would contest the elec election election election ¬
tion Late this thi evening the liquor men menthrough menthrough menthrough
through their attorneys A T Bmbrey Bmbreyand Embre Embreand Embreyand
and St George R FUzhugh filed notice noticeof noticeot noticeof
of a contest on tho grounds of Illegal Illegalcall megllel1 illegalcall
call of election and also the constitutional consUtutiGnalquestion constitutionalquestion j jquestion
question as to qualification of voters votersThe votersThe votersThe
The case C Q will be called in the Corpora Corporation Corporation Corporaflea ¬
tion Court of this city at an early date dateand dateand dateand
and promises proml es to be a long drawn out outbattle outbattlf outbattle
battle In ease the election el UoR is upset > itwilt it itwill Uwill
will likely effect a number of cities citiesthroughout Cltl cluesthroughout B Bt1roughout
throughout the State who have voted out outsaloons outsaloons outsaloons
saloons since the first of the year
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I RICHMOND TO CELEBRATEProcession CELEBRATE CELEBRATEProcession CELE R4TE R4TEPlOcc
PlOcc Procession tOn and and Memorial 3len10rf l Exercises Exercisesin ExerclieIn
in Honor of Davis CentennialSpecial CentennialS Centennial CentennialSpecial
Special S to The Washington WA blnron Herald HeraldRichmond HeraldRichmond HeraldRichmond
Richmond Va May 14 14The The 100th an anniversary anniversary anniversary ¬
niversary of the birth birth of Jefferson Davis DavisPresident Davl DavlPresldept DavisPresident
President of ofthe the Confederate States Sta e of ofAmerica ofAmerca ofAmerica
America will be elaborately commemo commemorated commemorated commemorated ¬
rated on June 3 The monument to his hismemory hismem hismemory
memory mem ry will be formally turned turnedover over over to tothe tothe tothe
the city cityi cityIn cityIn
i In addition to the military and Con Confederate Confederate Confederate ¬
federate pageant there will be exercises exercisesat extrc1s extrc1sat exercisesat
at St Pauls Episcopal Eplf opal Church She ad address address address ¬
dress at the church will be delivered by bythe 111the bythe
the Rev Dr William M f Dame of Baltlmore Bal Baltimore 131tfmore ¬
timore Md The address ad ress at t the monu monument monument monumont ¬
ment will be delivered d 1ivered by Judge George GeorgeL
L Christian Christianj ChristianAt ChristianAt
j At Hollywood Hon wood Cemetery Memorial Day Dayexercises Daytxerclses Dayexercises
exercises will bo held prodded over by
Lieut Gov J Taylor Ellyson Address Addrewwill AddreHwUl Addresswill
will be made by Rev George W fflnley fflnleyof FinlelYof Finleyof
of Pisherville PishervilleAt
At night a t birthday blrthda party will be given givenin gjvanIn givenin
in Leo Camp Hall by the Richmond Richmandchapter Rlchmendchapter Richmondchapter
chapter of the United Daughters of theConfederacy the theConfederacy UleContederacy
Confederacy Judge Theodore S Garnett Ganwttcf Garnettcf
cf Norfolk will be the principal speaker spaakrJAMES 5p8iik speakerSAMES r rJAMES
JAMES PKEEMEE p KREMER DEAD BEADConnected DEADConnectecl DEADConnected
Connected with Quartermasters De Department Department Department ¬
partment In Jnckisons Jnck ons Forces 1orcesSpecial ForcesSpecial
i Special to 1he he Washington Hratkg HratkgWinchester HeuldWlnchester HeeaidWinchester
Winchester Va May 14 14Jam68 Jamas P PKremer PKremer FKremer
Kremer one of Winchesters WlnehoRt rs bestfrnawn bestfrnawncitizens blstJcn bestknowncitizens WIl WIlcitizens
citizens died last night aged sixty sfxtyeight tffxtyeight sixtyeight
eight years Mr Kremer gave veluaWe veluaWeaid val valaid valuals4eaid
aid to the Confederacy during the civil civilwar atlwar CIVILwar
war being connected conn acted with the quarter quartermasters quartermWlterB quartermasters ¬
masters department of Stonewall Jack Jacksons Jaeksons Jacksons ¬
sons forces He Is survived by his wife wifeone wifeone otte otteone
one daughter Mrs C B Aulick and owe oweeon OReson oneson
son Robert F Kremer of Washington WashingtonMiss WashlngtMiss WashingtonMiss
Miss Laura B Jenkins J6ktns of Cedar Cedar Creak CreakVa OceakVa CreekVa
Va died In the Memorial Hospital here herelast Jterelast barelast
last evening following an operation operationMiss operationMiss operationMiss
Miss Jenkins was fortyfour years o oage of ofage ofage
age and Is survived by K It brother GretA GretnE GreenE
E Jenkins of Cedar Co ar Creek CreekThe CreekThe CreekThe
The case of W A Hockman of Shea Sheaandoah She2andoah Sheaandoah
andoah County charged with desertion desertionand desertiOiland desertionand
and nonsupport of his wit wife which his hisattracted hillattracted hasattracted
attracted considerable attention n vfa ens as de decided d dclded decided ¬
cided today at Woodstock when wh J tM tMJury tIMjury thejury
Jury found him guilty aDd he Was as sentenced sen sentenced 6entenced ¬
tenced to nine months In jail jlW jailW jailW
W T HASSETT DEAD DEADWellknovrn DEADWeUknown DEADWellknown
Wellknovrn Railroad Man Ian and andPromJnent andProm andProminent
Prominent Prom nent Citizen of Hagerstovrn HagerstovrnSpecie lInger HagerstownSpecial town townSpecial
Special to t The Washington Wuill Herald HeraldHagerstown Hen1cIHagerstown HeraldHagerstown
Hagerstown Md May I8Y 14 1 HWilHam William T THassatt THassett THassett
Hassett former division superintendent superintendentof sup8rbten u uat
of the Chesapeake Che apeake and Ohio Canal and andone aadone andone
one of the bestknown citizens of this thtesection thisseoUon thisseotion
section of the State died today at his hishome bJ bJhome hishome
home Clear Spring from heart failure failureaged failureaged failureaged
aged sixtyeight years yearsHo yearsHe eus eusHe
He was active In Republican politics politicsserved polltkssenoo politicsserved
served as county commissioner and was wacat wasat wasat
at one time internalreveaoe collectorfor collector collectorfor coUfctOlfor
for this district Mr Haseett was wasmomber a amember amember
member of the Episcopal Church and is issurvived 111survIved Insurvived
survived by five sons and daughters daughtersWedded dtwghttnlVedded daughtersWedded
Wedded at Poolcsville PoolcsvilleSpeck PoolenleSpecial PoolesvilleSpecial
Special to TiM n WsiM Wsthhtitoa gtea gt < HtnUd HtnUdBoyds BaWBoyds BasidBoyds
Boyds Md May 14 H1ItH Misa Carrie CarrieEleanor CarrieEloonor CarrieEleanor
Eleanor Gott daughter of Mr pd a d Mrs MrsBenjamin 1IrsBonjamln MrsBenjamin
Benjamin N Gott of PootesVHle P Poolesv < Ile and andMarion andMarlon andMarion
Marion Tampleman T mpln BeaU of this county countywere COUftt7were countywere
were married marrl fl yesterday at Pooleeviite PooleeviiteRev Poolelv1 PooleevlileRev Je JeRev
Rev Father Fat Fath r G B Harrlnston pastor of ofSt of5t ofSt
St Marys Iars Catholic Church of Barnes Barnesvljie Barnesme Barnesville
vljie me officiated officiatedL
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Lynchburg V Ya May htttsia M tr t I 1a C Wat WatKins Watklnst Watkins
Kins of Houston Halifax County died diedat diedat diedat
at a hospital hare today after an ill illness illness illness ¬
ness of six weeks He wa WN a a prominent prominentattorney promlneatftttorno prominentattorney
attorney ftttorno of Halifax and was a brother brotherof brotherr brotherof
of r George P Watkins of Lynchburg LyachburgHe LyhbulHe
He was fiftyeight years of age agfeJury ageJury ageJnry
Jury In Cooke Case Discharged DlscliargedSpeckl DlllcuugedSpeciel DischargedSp
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Rockvllle Md May 14 14Tbe The Jury in the theRachol t1eRnchol theRachel
Rachel D D Cooke will ease which has hasbeen haabeen busbeen
been on trial in the Circuit Court rt here herefor herefor herefor
for the past ten days after afterfrom atte i deliberating deliberatingfrom ddflarattngfrom
from 1 oclock yesterday yesterda afternoon until
9 oclock this morning failed to agree agreeand a agreeand ee eeand
and was discharged
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