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LA TE NEWS:
TUS) TlMl?S. FOUNDKD im.
THI? DISPATCH, FOUNDED 1BS0,
WHOLE NUMBER, 16,331.
RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, AUGUST 00, 1003.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
CITY OF ADRIANOPLE
ON FIRE AND BURNING
SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWTS
"WASHINGTON, Aug. 20,-Forecaat for
Sunday and Mondny: ;
Virginia?Rnln Sundny, except fair In
?outh*vcBt portion, cooler In south por?
tion; variable winds. Monday fair, warm?
er In Interior.
North Carolina?Partly cloudy Sunday,
?howors nnd cooler except In extreme west
portion. Monthly fair, warmer; fresh west
.to northwest winds.
Yesterday's weather wns nulle comforl
ablo In convmrlKon with the ?corchili??
days that preceded II, and tlio tempera?
ture lnst night wns decidedly pleasant)
For to-dny rnln Is predicted, except. In
the Bouthwojii portion. To-morrow Ib like?
ly to bo fair nnd slightly wnrtner.
STATE OF THE THERMOMETER.
S ?. M. *,8
3 P. M. >r,
0 P. M.
e p. ?.
12 Midnight."? v?
Highest temperature yesterday. S3
Lowest tqinperatur? yesterday.??
Menu temperature yesterday. Hi
Normal lempcrnture for August. "(?
?Departure from normal tempernture.... 03
Precipitation during post. 2-1 iiours.?
, August 30, 1903.
Bun rises!.5:30 | HIGH TIDE.
Bun sots.(1:32. Morning.W;13
Moon sets....11:57 | Evening.ILL?
August 31. 1003.
Bun rises.6*39 I HIOII TIDE.
Bun setii.BUI | Morning.11:46
Moon sets.12:00 | Evening
Big Henrlco gathering-at Seven Pines;
! status of the candidates In the county at
present; millos for next week?Nomina-'
tions for the General Assembly nnd the
various candidates-A bride of fifteen
years?-The Hlrange cane of Frank Mbiio
loy-Last, shool of the Northslde Gun
Club yesterday; result of other ?hoots
Plans for the (treat Horse Show In Octo?
ber^?Meeting of thai St. Louis Exposition
Commissioners-Street Hallway Hnlon to
account for all funds received during the
etrike??-Damage? by electrolysis placed
nt considerable ?urn-Great succ?s? of
the Amateur Circus-Transfer registra?
tion explained-The parks very popular
?ust now-Independent tobacco manufnc
urers to endeavor to secure (he passage
of the oyster hill-Explanation of the
Park Concert matter-Council work this
?week-Colonel George I,. Peyton ma ?
lease New Ford's Hotel. MANCHESTER
?Herbert Moody killed by a train?Coun?
cil meets Tuesday evenln*? ?or reorganiza?
tion-Elks to consider their new build?
ing to-morrow night-Passenfjer and
Power Company laying heavy rails on
Hull Street and soon to begin work on tho
Forest Hill line-Contributions from tho
Indies' committee In chargo of the unveil?
ing at Chesterfield Courthouse Wednes?
day-"West Chesterfield Sunday School
Association meets to-day-Negroes ate
charged with crimes.
Freight and work trains collide near
Chilhowio; conductor badly Injured and
flagman killed-Man dies from heat In
Norfolk-The cruiser Maryland to be
launched at Newport News September
. 12th-Tho Seventy-first Regiment will go
to St. Louis, at oxoense of government
Exploding wood alcohol ? lovera-ly-. burn?
??". S. Langhorne, In Norfolk-Mrs, Bow
en flood In Newport News for carrying
concealed weapons-M. J. Fulton re?
ceives a large vote'In Clarke and'War?
ren counties for Senate, probably over?
coming Captain Parks' large vote ln
Page county?Churchman and Walker
nominated for tho Housu In Augusta
Republicans make nominations In Smyth
county-Cralgen Tunnel on Norfolk and
Western burning fiercely-No damage
done Prof. Langley's flying machine by
tho storm on the Potomac-Black Horse
Cavalry Veterans meet at Warrenton and
"Daniel speaks: memorial to Governor
Smith proposed-Mathews county oys?
termen organizo against move to lease
planting grounds adjoining oyster rock
Tramps cut boys with knives at Frcdo
rlcksburg and then surrender to ono of
tbe boys with a gun-Little girl knocks
down a gun nt Cartersvlllo and Is Instant?
ly killed-State opticians In annual ses?
sion at Staunton-Hanover veterans hold
reunion at Ashland Park-Long.term
military prisoners saw their way out of
Fort Monroe-John Dey. need thirteen,
poisons fils stepmother at Norfolk.
Hugh C. Caspar commits suicido with
morphine at Winston-A pnlnter falls
through a window and nearly bleeds to
death from the wounds-A campaign to >
bo started by the Anti-Saloon Longue to
establish ? dispensary at Raleigh?Dlv*
slon Superintendent of Seaboard desper?
ately HI with typhoid fever?Greensboro
Jury would not hang a woman.
Dealings In stocks were so small and
tho fluctuations ?o narrow that Ilttlo sig?
nificance can be attached to the move?
ments-Hamburg Belle won the futurity
In better than record time, over a muddy
track, and proved herself the Queen of
the Turf: Le?nidas was second and Min?
uto Mah third: great crowd snw?the strug?
gle for the $?0,0? stake-Town of Adrl
nnnplo reported in flames; Inhabitants
panic stricken and authorities helpless:
conditions In the Sultan's dominions are
In a very disturbed state and forces on
tho frontier are being largely augmented
.?Turks reporten to be mnssnerelng by
?wholesalo-Secretar? Hay returns to
Washington and will bo visited by the
Turkish minister; latter talks about the
situation In his master's dominions
Force that wns going to relief of the'Sul?
tan of Morocco was ambushed and over
a thousand. Including native gover?
nors, were killed-There was too much
wind for tho yachts to race and trini will
be held to-morrow; determination reached
to race evovy day now until the series Is
completed?.-Caleb Powers convicted of
complicity in Goobel murder for the third
timo and tho death sentence passed unon
Mm; motion for new trial was overruled,
hut an appeal wl'C be taken?Challenge
Issued by driver of" Prince Alert, the two
minute nacer, to meet tiny other slde
Wheeler In'the world-Georgia mnrksmen
outshool ah* others ot the .annual trial-?
Texas beauty tells how Sir Thomas Lip
ton befriended her when she was strand?
ed In London-No damage was done
Langley's alleged flying machine In storm
?nd an attempt will be mado to launch it
?arly this week. _?
AGAIN TO BRITISH
(By ABa-oelatod Pros?,)
GARDEN CITY, L. L, August M.-Tlle
Americans were again beaten ??-flay In
nn International league match hy tho
Oxford-Cambrldgo team. On this occa?
sion the visitors hosted n team of selected
playei'e from the East. In the four ball
foursome matches tn the morning, they
won by four to ono points, and In the
6lngles In the nfternoon thoy won by
eight to two joints, makUvt the total
win on the duy's play twelve to three
A HEAVY RAINFALL
AND ELECTRIC STORM
Bhortly after midnight lust night thero
was a heavy rainfall, accompanied by un
electrical display. The mercury fell to
70 degree,*, and tho temperature there?
-?i?r was delightful for sleeping,
One Section of It Al?
ready in Ashes.
IN OTHER PARTS
Inhabitants Panic Stricken
Authorities Helpless. '
BY THE WHOLESALE
Insurgents Have Blown Up Lighthous
and Barracks, and Albanians Are
Pillaging Villages?The Turkish
l-Orces on the Frontiers
Have Been Largely ,
(By Associated Press.)
SOFIA, BULGARIA, August 23.?The
Dnevnlk publishes a report that one sec?
tion of tho town of Adrlanople Is in ashes,
and that threo other sections are burn?
ing. The Inhabitants are panic stricken,
and the authorities havo lost all control.
Tho Turks axe committing wholesale
massacres. An unsuccessful attempt was
made, tho Dnevnlk's advices add, lo blow
up the west bound Orient Express be?
tween Usunkistri and Tchernkeukia. Only
tho locomotive, however, was derailed. A
telegram frorn Leren says tho railroad
station at Ekshl was blown up, a number
of ofllclals being killed, and the rails torn
up for a distance of 150 metres.
Tho Insurgents haa'o blown up the light?
house at Vaslllko, and now occupy all the
principal points alone the Black Sea
coast. The barracks at Demettka, near
Adrlanople. have been blown up, and tho
garrison killed. Four thousund Albanians
are pillaging the villages In the districts
of Okrlda and Krushevo. The latter dis?
trict has been deserted by the popula?
tion, which have Joined the Insurgen^
in the mountains. The Turkish forces In
tbo frontier districts havo been largely
Reports from Constantinople Bay the
700 medical and o-eterinary students and
army cadets have been given their di?
plomas and commissions without having
passed tho usual examinations, and have
been drafted into the th.rd army corps.
Cheklb Bey Goes to See Secretary
(By Associated Press.) ?
SAY VILLE, L. I., August 29.?Alarmed
til the critical condition of American
Turkish relations. Cheklb Boy, tho Turk?
ish minister to the United Stales, is has?
tening to W isiiingtou for a conference
tilth Secretary Hay. Tho minister hur?
riedly left his summer legation here to?
night for Washington, and because of tho
?iriivlty of tho situation It It-.? the minis?
ter's Intention to ask Secretary Hay to
forego tho customary formalities and re?
ceive him immediately. The conference
probably will occur at ,Mr. Hay's houso
Dispatch of the American warships Ho
Turkish waters is a source of the great?
est anxiety to the minister. Although
confident himself that tho AVathlngton
government's-Intention in taking this ac?
tion was to proteel American cltlzexs, he
fears it may have the opposite effect, and
render more difficult the efforts of tho
Ottoman Government to afford protection
to foreigners. The appearance of the Eu?
ropean Squndron off Beirut will, It' Is
pointed out, be taken by the revolution?
ists as an evldenco of tlio AVashlng
ton government's sympa thy with their
cause, and thut) arouso thorn to renewed
Until he receives Instructions from Con?
stantinople, Chckib Bey will not request
POLITICAL ARGUMENT IN HENRICO.
thi, Washington government to withdraw
the squadron, but he will cull Secretary
Hny's atcntlon to the delicate situation
In Turkey, hoping that tho State Depart?
ment mny do something to relieve the
embarrassment of the Porte,
MAY HELP SULTAN.
No word has reached tho minister of
the nttnek on tho American deputy con
buI at Beirut, and he hat' been without
ofllclal advices concerning ovents in Tur?
key for more than a week. He hopes to
find Instructions ln Washington, upon
which will depend largely tho scope of
his conference with Secretary Hay. There
?s a possibility that the Washington gov?
ernment may be o? eervlce to the Sultan
In solving his international dlflloultles,
and it U' this, a? well as the local trou?
bles nt Beirut, ? which Is calling Chekib
Bay to Washington.
When the Associated Press representa?
tive called at the modest little cottage
at Sayvllle to day, where the minister
has established summer headquarters,
. (Cuutluued on Socy-id PaaeJ
HOT SPRINGS WA^NT-HEALTHY TOR Mil
fil TEACH YOU TP nURPIR?TY CITlZEMg
THE MAN OF THE HOUR.
??? 5?? 5AMlttY?lfe? RINGER.
'what not and THIS IN THE 50UTH/TO??.
EVENTS OF THE WEEK IN BLACK AND WHITE.
Texas Beauty Has Sad Expe
* '" rlence Abroad. "^
LIPTON BEFRIENDED HER
She Was Stranded In London and Was
Attacked by Typhoid Fever?Played
Violin on Street and Then
Worked as a Waitress.
(Special to The Times-Dispatcho
NEW YORK, August 20.?Miss Reata
"Winfield, Sir Thomas Upton's protege,
came over on the Philadelphia to-day.
Miss Wlnfi'eld is a Southern girl o? great
beauty ond considerable talent as a vio?
linist. She went to London in February
last, expecting to play at a number of,
concerts, but the engagements failed her,
and she says that starvation was staring
her In the face. Her last penny had been
spent and she had been driven from the
roof under which sho had found shelter
for lack of money to pay her rCnt.
"I took my little violin," said Miss
AVlnfleld, "and went out to play on the
street corners, hoping to secure enough
to keep life in my body. The first penny
I received was given me by a colored
man. You can imagine the feelings of a
Southern girl nt such a humlllati'on."
"Finally I caught a severe cold and had
an attack of typhoid fever. I was cared
for ln Charing Cross Hospital. VI hen I
recovered I found work at one pound a
week in ? restaurant. A gentleman,
whokheard my story, called the attention
of Sir Thomas Lipton to my plight, and
he came o my assistance. It is through
??sXaness that f^^^r"^
?gS and shal'l'depend ?S his ad
vice! how and where to resume my musi
0B?Bif Thomae gave me tho finest compii
Jf m ? life" Miss Win field added,
ment of m> ??"? ..*'", j was true to tny
??when he ??'d ? % hG had but added
would have been complete.
??Atter my ' wo'singY 'railed my'.mue
G ?L dwindled rapidly. Then 1
store of ?non? d* n?ea r ?
?h. ml ?oor little room In Bloomsbury
HouTd thai? had just $2.50 left. It was
Affi my violin to fall back on
fl?d weak a? ? was I started out. I could
e?t no engagements, so there was but
oT-e thing"Vdo-Play In the streets or
^??P'must have walked about all flight
and become delirious, for the next thing
l"unew I was In the hospital and could
?o' tell my own name. I just kept jay.
?? 'New York.' The doctors found a
card in rov violin case and traced me out.
The American Embassy cabled to mother,
but I wouldn't give in.
Is a Beauty.
"When I was t'trong enough to leave
the hospital I know I must get work. I
Lot ft? and just stuck my linger
among the 'help wanted, female adver
"nts. It landed on one about a head
waitress for a tea house. I went to the
place, and I guess my Americanism must
nave count??-?. i0'? ' WOn "i"??
sixty or seventy others, and the men all
? u?. time saying they wanted exp?rience."
"Ml s Wh?fle d is ? remarkably striking
beauty. She has a wealth ot dark "Zana"
hat.? and light blue eyes. 1 er complex
Ion Is trull' "peaches and cieam.
Bhe wie boni In Texas on September 8
ISN? Her mother was a violinist, and
from' tho ago of seven she began to take
essons on the violin from such teachers
as the humble means of her mother could
This State Will MaKe a Mag
FINE PROGRESS IS MADE
Reports to the Commissioners Yester?
day Show that Ihe Outlook is Very
Bright?-Action on Virginia
The St: Louie World's Fair commission?
ers -for the State of Virginia met again?
yesterday morning in their offices on
North Thirteenth Streot, with all tho com?
missioners present, and Mr. George E.
Murrell, superintendent of tho Virginia!
exhibit, present also.
Mr. Murrell reported In detail his opera?
tions? and movements in various p*?j-ts of
tho Stato, and his efforts to collect an
exhibit of the mineral, agricultural, hor?
ticultural and forestry, fish and game
and manufactures exhibits, and expressed
himself as greatly encouraged by tho out?
look for an exhibition of which Vlrglninns
will bo proud. The mineral exhibit? will
be the finest display of Virginia's varied
and Valuable resources ever presented to
the public, and one that will attract at
MF?. JOHN E? BROADDUS,
Candidate for County Clerk of Honrlco.
tentlon to Virginia. whl-Jh in variety of
her mineral wealth will compare with any
State In the Uni?"? ? meeting of repre
f.n?n??"? mlneraloi?lste "nd mineral land
ownosof ti." ???8?? will bo held at ???
??i"olili? 3d und Commissioner Mur
i0? 'uh timm to arrange for
this feature "f Ilio Virginio exhibit,
uns feature ?H ??? a????
Mr Murrell als? reported tino progresa
?In ha coleel ton "' <??? ?sl* <*'?'? ???>?
exhibit wl eh promisee to bo a largo and
exhibit .wu' ? constantly oil the
attractive nn- j U8
V?k. n,-e rer i^ii tt-ev are sent on to
?????.?.'?- ? m>?'??? ?h? Stllt0 W?l mako
a fine ?x?.n'li o? iho timber a.id forestry
G??T?onU^??d ?? SUCOft* ?'&6??) '
Socialists Are Not In Perfect
TWO WINGS OF THE PARTY
One Insists on Rigid Insistence on The?
ological Principles and No Compro?
mise With the Other Parties.
Intense Feeling Manifested.
(By Associated Press.)
BERLIN, August 23.?Herr Bebel, the
Socialist leader, called the "Uncrowned
King" by tho Social Democrats, was
hissed at the Social Democratic Con?
vention hold ln Berlin this week, during
a controversy over tho Reichstag vice
presidency question, This Indicates the
Intensity ot the factional struggle, which
is going on In the party.
It Is a renewal of tho Bobel-Bornsteln
dispute of 1901. Herren Bebel and Singer,
and the old-time party chiefs, who follow
doctrinaire aims aro rigid In their do
termination not to partic?palo 'in the
ideas on which the party has grown power?
ful, while Herr Bernstein, who Is an op?
portunist and inodoralo, favors a revi?
sion of tho Socialist programme, so that
tho party, recognizing tho existing condi?
tions, may combine vHUi and .utilizo ilio
political clemente so as to seize a partial
realization of Its alms.
Herr Bernstein lias announced that lt
would bo a good party strike to demand
the oflico of first vice-president of Iho
Reichstag, instead of accepting a lower
H'lce-presidency, tho Socialist being- .(.he
next most numerous body to the Center
purty. Herren Bobel and Singer, however,
said, no since a vlco-presldency of the
Reichstag would involve a compromis?
with tho monarchy and It would bo neces?
sary for a Socialist holding ottico to wait
on the sovereign and congratulate him on
tho now yoar and othor occasions "to
crawl on his etomach boforo tho repre?
sentative of unjust Institutions,"
Behind tho-vlco-prosldency question are
two tendencies, to bo either a great, Un?
moral party, postponing Insistence on Its
thooretlcal views of government unfll
conditions ripen, or standing steadfastly
by Socialist principles, without yielding
a tlttlo to conventional practices and com?
NO DAMAGE DONE
(By Associated Presi.)
WIDEWATER, VA, August 29.?Pro?
fessor Manley stated to-day that no dam
ago had beon dono to Professor Lansloy's
aerodromo In tho storm last night. He
said ihe inventor would remain down the
river, Indicating that with good -weather
conditions a launching ivlll be attempted
early next week. Tho Blinken naphtha
launch and tho tloal woro recovered to?
day, Tho boat was not greatly damaged.
FELL ASLEEP ON
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
FREDBRlOKSBtma, VA, Aug. 29.
Etl .liginH, colored, of this city, a work?
man on thfl double tracking of the Rich?
mond Fredericksbiirg and Potoniao Rail?
road, was killed by a train otirly this
morning near Potomoo Run lu Stafford
?? hud falling to sleep on tho traclt.
The Seven Pines Meeting Not
a Great Success.
STORM AND A BROKEN CAR
The Candidates Were Out in Force, but'
the Voters Were Not Nearly So
Numerous as Was Hoped?Some
Very Sharp Tilts.
Various circumstances last night tended
to make the Henrico political rally held
at Seven Pines not quito the rousing and
successful event lt was expected to be.
Many of tho candidates wero vastly dis?
appointed. The attendance was small
and ono or two drunkon men mado things
disagreeable while thoy attempted to dis?
cuss tlio Issues before thorn, On the way
back tho car service was, to say the least,
very bad, A car packed! with people
men, women and children?left Seven
Pines at 31 o'clock and got Into Richmond
a little boforo I A. M., accomplishing in
nearly two hours a forty-mlnuto run.
? break down was the cause. A'heavy
rain storm about 1 o'clock caught tho ma?
jority of tho people and drenched them
HENRICO VOTERS HEAR ARGUMENT.
to tho skin. Many of them wero young
girls in light, summer suits,
SOM T SHARP THaTS.
The campaign oratory itself was very
brisk, and there were two or three sharp
tilts. Mr. Bryant spoke in behalf of his
candidacy for the position of Common?
wealth's attorney, and Mr, Throckmorton
nnd Mr. Wendorburg woro both there to
represent themselves. All throe candi?
dates for treaauror'ivere present, ami so
were Sheriff Solomon and his opponent,
Mr. YY. W, Tiller, For tho House of Dele?
gates Mr. Rosenegk was the only candi?
date prosont. Both Mr, Wnddlll and Mr.
Broadi'lus mado speeches and both woro
A number nf magistrates and constables
or candidates for those 0(11008, woro pres?
ent, and made speeches. Mr. John Camp
(oonstnblo) denlod certain charges made
against him, and declared that tho two
men who mudo them wero afraid to meet
him on the stump.
In his brief speech, Mr. Todd ? treasurer)
characterized as "a contempt H fi lie," the
things said about him Krldu?, night at
Terry's Hall. v
The registration at Sluiniaker's Precinct
yesterday w'us very large. About 2-9 new
voters were added to tlie lists. Thn
candidate? f*?? ni tho polls all day,
THE GREAT FUTURITY
Game Filly Lowered Rec?
ord on Muddy Track.
QUEEN OF TURF
Spumed Lash, but Answered
Nobly to Rider's Call.
WON BY A HEAD
AFTER LOSING LEAD
Despite Threatening Weather There
Was a Tremendous Crowd to See
Contest for Rich Stake of Fifty
tional Episode to
(By Associated Pie*?.),
NEW YORK, August 2S.-Him.biiT*
Belle' worthy daughter of the famous
Hamburg, f queen of the turf. Shas won
the .Futurity to-day in. footing not to Ijer
liking, but wjth an ease marred only by,
her swerve near the finish. For this the
splondld filly mado ample amends by the
tremendous /burst of epeed she showed
when straightened out again, carrying
her to the wire In front.
Her performance, the full six turione?
In 1:13, ls tha record for the race at that
tilstance;. From 1S02 to 1901, inclusive, the
Futurity course was ITO feet short of six
furlongs. Savabla mode the record vof
1:14 lost year. ?
Throughout she/ was the speediest and
ot ?he end tho gamiest, coming on? ln the
heaviest part ot the track near the rail
with the courage of an Amazon and the
swiftness of. the wind. ? Fuller rode with
perfect judgment. "When Le?nidas chal?
lenged, a sixteenth from .the finish, he
struck Hamburg Belle with his whi'p.
Her spirit rebelled, and she leaped, side?
ways six feet, reducing her length's lead
to nothing, -With lightning Intuition the
boy dropped, his whip, and, sitting down
to ride, called on the beautiful filly to
her best. Nobly she responded, and
spurting away, shook off-her sturdy half
brother, winning the greatest two-year-old
prlzo of the world by a. head.
The day's racing concluded with the
most. sensational episode of .the Eastern; I
turf-season. The Barrier filled to rise
and the four starters dashed through it.
Collegian caught In the cords, was thrown
and Black Hussar was left, at the! post.
Flying. Ship, the 9 to 20 favorite, won
far a-head of Swamplands. Surging about
the Judges' stand an l'mmense throng
shouted, "No race, no race," and hissed
and Jeered when the. numbers were run
up. The chief of the Jockey club's police
force went among tho excited men.
"Stop shouting no race," he said loudly
to those near hlmr, -At this the,crowd
shouted, "Crook, crook," and ono man
hissed ln the face of the chief, who or?
dered a policeman to arrest him "for In?
citing a riot."
Strategy may have prompted the move,
for whon the bluecoat marched the of?
fender away five hundred rebellious men
followed them, making a great uproar.
The policeman took the hisser to the gate
and freed hlmi
Meantime the angriest of the disap?
pointed betters had been drawn away
from the Judges' stand, the "red block"
went up, and everybody went home. ?
U was drizzling so hard when thp horses
leached the start up the Futurity chute' '
that they were almost Invisible from the
grandstand. After twelve minutes' delay
the big field got away In excellent align?
Delhi seemed Quickest, with Hamburg
Belle, Le?nidas, Little Era and The Min?
ute Man rangod alongside, and all In the
center of the track. These, except Delhi,
soon wero clear, and Fullor was on even
terms with the foremost. He held Ham?
burg Belle In restraint through the dip,
where the going Is softer, but when he
reached the hard ground Just before the
elbow, he let her down a bit, and her
head showed In front as the leader? '
wheeled Into tha E'tretch,
Passing the last eighth pole, It wae
Hamburg Belle by a length, Le?nidas a
halt length, Little Em ahead and The
Minute Man. But Hamburg Belle was
tripping along easily, knd as Le?nidas,
responding tn Redfern'e desporate riding,
forced faster and faster, the two spedi
away from tho others.
Spurned the Lash,
Puller saw tho llt'tle fellow'si head bob?
bing closer and closer, and drawing his
whip cut the Ally emartly on the flank.
She shrank away from the blow, evident?
ly disconcerted, but not In cowardice.
Her spring sideways carried her Into the
deep mud near tha rail, and when Fuller
saw his error, and sot to work In a flash
with hands and heels to mend It, the re?
sponse was magnificent, Hnmburg Belie
straightened out like a greyhound and
shot through the mud toward the near
goal. In a second she was going faster
than Le?nidas, and In a moment more wae
home first, winner and greatest turf hero?
ine of 1903.
In splta of the unpleasant weather, be?
tvveen M.ft**) and ffi.fioo persons were Is
attendance when the Futurity was run.
Hamburg Holle Is tho third Ally to wt?
the Futurity. The others1 were The Hut
torillos and i.'Alouette. Her owner. Mr,
PiibpI, Is credited with winning $??,??*0 by
her victory, aud John J. Ryan, the Weut
I orn track owner's, winnings are placed at
Blduoy raget, who Is registered ns th?
ICBtjee of Hamburg Belle's running qu?|.
Ities from the estate of Marcus Daly, re?
ceived *3?,300, as the winner's share. L*>
onldati won St.260 hy inking second placs,
and $2.2*>0 wont to filadden for The Min?
Ute Man's third.
, The fall handicap whs wone by the rt
vnrltc, Shot Gun, who revellod In the bIodm
pv going and caino li?me three lengths la
front of fltver Pirate.
First race?Tho Inaugural Steeplcchat??, -
about two miles?Adjldaumo 17 to I) tlrst.
Anuir I? u> f>> second, Yal-ien (11 to I)
third. Time, IrlS.
Second nice-last live and a half fur--'
longs of Futurity Course?Orenade (I to
1) tlrst. Funny Side (? to 1) second, a west
Tone (S to U third. Time, l:0S3-6.
Third race-'fhe Full Handicap, sis; fur*