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TONS AT FAIR
Mach in Evi
mts ?and Fruit
I northeast of
all old nnu
let It go at
1 s the building one
I l farm in Chester
?rent things In the way
(fruits s, cereals
d if one farm in
r ightn't all
ill the other nine
to make the total of
igs 1,000. Sure they ought
back to the farm pred?
ig, which holds so many
chibits there, in addition
d other displays rep
ml Grasses a Peats
?lie the immense variety of
shown, corn and grasses
?te of the whole
ila is going d
. hays Is not to be won
ptical as to their
?1 the county exhibits
lining and go first to the
information of the
II when to plant al
? it: what klmls
tonVe desirea and what
. in fact, with
growth and d
\ ell as
I plant, ad to
I son?? Ill??;
caring under hay
Ing how the
Chiblt of the plant
though It has in.
used here come
[oontz's exhibit Is a
I hould miss. It
end and forcefully
I s Impoi
lino is taught
|:om the Reib
It] 1 vlii;
to the county ex
1. all also show
sort Or an
i thside coun
libit Of peanuts,
apples and eot
nivvs that she is
^ her corn,
?kins and to
ls in their way,
in the build
?> Norfolk has
:< ful and win
, apples, corn
[other products. In
?ral dl few, if
In the public with a
i lit to?
? f de
i : the m
\\ With Roads.
i improvement is
L that have
\ h ways
i not be ashi
isses and v. \
*orn and no I po
1er seafoods-?her oysters
[ty is doing something more
on her past history. Her
pv that she Is raising some
?eanuts, corn, pota*
je also comes out Strong
grasses, peanuts, oot
tarkable I vhibft.
already has been
ut of the Bellwood
It must be
VIEWS OF PLAYERS
IN WORLD'S SERIES
|W Y OR IL? SpeciaL? Rubo
piar?!, ilu* $11,004) southpaw,
pitched the Giants to % i? 1
oser the Red unlay, ?
today found guilty of being <>u?*
of t> -t. If not the great
o the United 8tal
by the baseball jury of nhu'tecu
u?l sporting writers who
are ?iaily giving reviews of the
mie of the oxeor;
? r articles primed today:
Mat hew son. pitcher for
the t.i.iiit.-?"Rubo" Marquard
pliched the .beat ball s<> far in
Wjrles. His pitching was the
swinging point ol the series. He
''r.'Ki*?l up the team.
Hugh Jennings, manager of
tb?* Detroit Tigers?I knew Mar?
quai*?! was ro?<ly. and said s??. lie
finished with a hard-earned vlc
t?>r> umler his halt. His work
was brilliant, showing an exhibi?
tion of muscular ability and hard
"linbe" Marquant, hero of the
Giants?I only want one-ninth of
the ere?lit. Tin? balance goes t??
tin* oilier fellows on tb?* team. I
worked as banl as I could, but
moat credit for the rktinrj |
to Devore for bis wonderful catch
of * r?\e in the last half
of the ninth, which saved the
ne for u**. it was the gicat
ii I ever -
"Clib'f" Meyers, catcher of the
Giants?How tb?* Re? 1 Bos ever
got seven hits off Marquant I
4-annot figure out. "Rub?*" 11.
pitched si? well before. His sb?>4>ts
brok?- -1? fast I <*ould scarcely
John J. MoGmw, inanager of
the Giants?We have the ??ige on
tlu' Marqttard pitehe?!
iK-niitlful ball and ?1 reat
running eat? h in lb?* ninth.
stahl, manager of 1
Boston t?*aiii?The fielding ?if the
Giants is w?*ak. It certainly i*. s
?it now, but I expect th<*
R?*?l S?ix to Win Ibe world's pen?
Cobb, of the Detroit
era?The So\ were too car?*
fui in tiu'ir plays. Marquard's
tnontrol wsts superb. It is a new
Marqnar?! who is working in this
r*,?l n?>t the Marquard who
pitch??! last year. The Sox inusi
get the lighting spirit now if they
an* g?dng to win out.
??RiH'4 Carrlgan. ctiteher for
the R?*?I s?>\?Marquard g?ts the
du ll<* had everything. Tb??
GtnntS got all tb<> breaks. t??o: but
1 think all ?-nillt goes t?i Mar
?putnl. If be ba?l faltered once
ull would have bisen i?>-t for New
Hugh s. I tiiierton. expert ?base?
ball writer?The Giants' Vtetory
Is ?lim t?i the work of Marquard
Damon Banyon, baseb?all writer
for the New York AmerU'an?It
?was the greatest game of Mar
qnard's career. Rut if Devore had
not leaped tan r?*?4t in the air
and ?angbt Cody's lly in the ninth
ton would have won.
ten?an Bulgur, sportin;*; writer
for the F.veiimg World?Tb.?*
turning point Is reached today.
They Giants showed th<*>- have
solved the Boa style ?if play. The
Boston players are stupid at base
running. Marquard i>itch???i su?
perior ball and had brillI.mt sup?
MEETS 2 DEFEATS
POD GO BITS A, MONTENE?
GRO.? Special.? Twice defeated
within twenty-four hours. the
Turkish army Is in full re?
treat toward Scutari. fallowing
the crushing defeat bv th?* Mon?
tenegrin ?livlsion, under Crown
Prince Danllo. on Detchiteh
Mountain, tfn* Turks were again
overwhelmed at Tu/i, ??.here the
Mont?'?i-'grins captured the Turk?
ish tort, oonunandlng the roa?l t?i
Scutari Is th f Turkish
operatitms and the pfgnrtpal city
in Northern Albania.
FALLS TO DEATH
I WITH CHILI) IN III R ARMS MRS.
l'KRSCHKi: GOF.S o, I R
SEW CASTLE, PA.? Special_
Mrs. Mary A. l?ers? like, of Vir?
ginia, a widow, af*;(Ml twenty, ami
her iive-vcar-oltl sen, Kenneth,
were found dead under the falls
al Oaaoade Park today. Tliey had
b?'en missing slni'e Monday, and.
it is believed, the young woman
jumped from the falls with the
ehlld In her arms.
The feat of the man who boasts of
having put the "lie" in "licker" may
be remarkable, but It Isn't In it with
the accomplishment of him who has
taken the "tr" ouf of truth.?Norfolk
Visitors to State Fair Report
Loss of Money, Jewelry
R I C H M O N D. VA.??Special,
a .1 number ot pickpocKeta
still In our miilst Is evidenced by fro i
made to the police tuVliy
\V. J. Wright, of I 3 1 ?*? ?lar
il <>f $9.
mpbell, ?>f Wilmington, *?'?.,
had his pocketbook, containing * ll>, a
railroad ticket an?4 a
x Bioien. I
11. I?. Matthews, of Charlie ll?>pe.
? ?wick county, V i., was robbe i
Jink chain attache?!.
J. i:. ?vans, of :?'" av
Street, reports the loss hy theft o| in
ry report, not At?
tribut ?>d to | Is that ns
by a North Tj
ourth Street, who Bays her ,rc.?.i
n into, entered j.mi
a silk dress and a box of soap stolen.
Charles McCarthy and YValti :
bott report the theft of hicyc'.
i'll'lli ?MM l> is
l-ITTI \ !?Y \ RABIDj |
CULPBPtSR. VA.? Special.? I \
oun.-.l hy Ware 11. N< '
. omit v. rsuddeiii]
-i r. No? : j ear-eld i?on,
s inday w hile the child
was romping with him. The child
The fath the <h>^ -.?ml had
d shipped to the Pasteur
wir. ?i Mr. N. v ton that thef examina?
tion the dox hjld r.i
whereupon Mr. Newton caused ihe
child to be at on..- sent t<> the
and as a further precaution had
another child, who previously
been playing with the ?16g. also taken
te Baltimore for treatment.
FANS smit :vii>.
The baseball fans among the
jurors rc?ci\?il a shsaek when the)
went In for breakfa?jt today. On?*
of ih?*;n went to the news stand
io buy a n'-wspapt-tv but he was
gently, but firmly, told be could
not read an) of du* m-wspap? i ??
until everything in the?i eon
cernlng the trial bad bsxm ren
sond. it was only after break
fast that tlie baseball fans were
? tlsc news of ytesterday**
ic In detail.
\ rurther blow ?a- gtvsm tin?
defens?. ti-?i.--y when it was leant
ed thai "? ttorney .? lait
nian paru;)-? s ?ailing before nigh I
one of tw?i newly discovered \\:t
nesses win, is said to have seen
?very a?I of the murder dram
oecarred In t'orty-acoontl
t. diitshle tin? >?< -trau
-< oh I.i.h.in and his
brotlicr. Jporris Lu bun, of lln
ive Been In 1 lie conn
t) 'Jail . ; . '--.\;::!v. V. J., ami \
1 ?it her?- on parole late yes
"?' lea t 1 ud to ha? ??
beeti an eyewitness of the mun?l<*<"
of Rosenthal. They were arreste?!
iu Augi <><: a < liante of engag
lag in a ? he? i. trw in?:!?'. \\ hile the
Labans w?-i<- in Jail In Newark
they were visited by two Jiand
sontcl] tlrestied Hunim who wert?
overheard talking of the Roscn
tlial murder. It is -aid that tin?
Labans claim they were fmmed
up friend? of Bcvkssr to k<r*rp
lh->in in .iail in .l?!-c> and pre?
vent their testifying for the prose
Teach Houaehold Duties.
it behooves the mother to tench
h?r daughter the commonest requi?
red housekeeper. The cu?
linary an is, perhaps, nu ntial;
;: 11. r thai cornea
Ing and dusting, ami, last, bedmak
Iren it is joy without
to mess around In the kitchen,
making and sweets of all
kimls. 11 is. th. 1 simple
I to 111 r 11 th.-ir Inclinations toward
mpllshments along the
sanie lines. The little -rirl who li
mud pies at three or tour would de?
light in making the real thing at nine
or ten II one would only t.
her. Cookin ?on for
of the feminin? rom the
ol three, when their baking is
done by the sun and their materials
supplied by the mud <d the streets,
to the time when they lay down their
last utensil. Why not turn this un?
deniable fascination to practical ac?
To children it will come as a most
charming K?me, but In the meantime
the game Is teaching them things that
I may prove well for them to know. In
I playing this game, however, a mother
must take ear?- not t<? tire th??* child
of its delight, for if it once palls on
her th.- little k'ir! will n?>t ?arc to
The Brat time she may make the
dough for the bread ?>r cake or pie
by herself, then let th?- Cook or tile
mother finish the task. The next time
she will want to see it t<> a finish
Sewing will prove finite as easy a
ion if it is taught in an attractive
form, ami the child may begin learn?
ing the art of the needle at a much
earli can take up her
ullnary studies. Little tots of four
and five will try to make clothe!
their dolls. Tin- little girl of six or
p. Will love th?- idea of fitting her
favorite doll with s wardrobe all made
by her own hand.
let a child become so Interested in
her work t ha. t si ? B her ? y
bad lights and loses her outdoor
h may be taught
and at ?1.Id tinos.
?he little daughter to cut out
patterns t'..r her doll's dresses and
..? h?-r Ji to put them
li.r harn all th?: differ?
ent rtlti with
them on 1 ? minlal u re gowns.
BILLIONAIRE TAKF.S HIS LIU.
OHK AGO, Special.?Frederick St af?
ford, f>5 years old, a mining man and
?>il operator with headquarters: in
Phoenix, Ariz., and a residence in
"W'ruikoir?n, 111., died in the Polyclinic
Hospital hero to-day from narcotic
poisoning. Stafford, who was rai
millionaire, is said to have taken an
opiato while talking with his wife in
P.nliroport, ]]'., where he was attempt?
ing to effect a reconciliation with her.
after an estrangement thht had
BITE OF MAD CAT
GAVE THEM RABIES
ROFS ATTACKED AITi'.K 1T
11 m: had MtiorsLV itrniv
AND CLAWED A DOG.
RICHMOND, VA., Special.
Nine negroes are today being treat?
ed by Dr. Ifeade Perguason, s
bacteriologist, fer rabias produced hy
tlie hit.- of a cat. Th?? eases dl
oped here a few days apo, Dr. W, A.
f.ills, who is a former ambulance sur
geon, being called to attend a nepro
child in Moore Street. Ho made in?
quiry and soon ascertained that the
child had been nttack??d by the cat,
and that a few days before tie cat
had atiaeked a dog and had badly
injured the canine.
The child wss at once sent to be
ir treatment, along
the others w ho ha at- i
.?i and scratched and bitten by
cat. They will be treated by the
for twenty-one days.
?.ills had the head of the cat
sent to VI r?. where it
atuim-d, microscopically, and the re?
ply aiads that the cal uaaafatakably
The health authorities w;?rti owners
of ?lo?,*s tO be OH the ?Watch, and if
w sudden symptoms of vi
?>r it" they bite In play. It
will be vv.-ii to make report forth?
with. Owners Of iIol-?? at?- warned to
keep them securely tied until the dan
period has passed II bio
that many cats and .?..us have become
Infected by reason ?.f th?- bits of other
MUST PROVE POTOMAC
OYSTER IS INFECTED
Vlin.lMV I'IMl COMMISSION I'UO
ii sis <>\ him itniiN ti'ioy
tO AN ST POTOMAC IMt??IM? I.
R I C H M O X D. V A. Bp
Virginia oyster officials will n.>t
? the buns mi t he rotem
oyster, thereby throwing down the
thorltles t<> produce an i ri ; ? ? ? ? ? i or
polluted oyster within anlng of
the law snd which will m
duel <.i i!...i stream an Improper article
This Is the practical
tlon of the State Fishery Commit
in a meeting In this city. In o
ils, the matter is up to the ?it
Wti-.li malen. where Ho?
mar' own that
there is the least dangei from typhoid
or other disease In the oysters taken
from the Potomac the State will si> p
right In and "nail tb?> river up."
mctime tsken from
tin Potomac were condemned in the
city of WasbtnKton. That was right
and proper. Bui tie for the
condemnation <>f the ? that
the oysters had been oui of the wster
too long snd had simply spoil??!. M ?
bers "i the Klsh Commission bel
that thl ponslbl?
th, Iship on
the Potomsc River toni
INDEPKMIKX K FOR THOSE WHO
? low xt.itit t I.TI BE.
RiCHMOtN D. V A.. Bpe?
An era of progresa and development
has settled over th.- State, the farmers
are fast ? -timing into their own, Vir?
ginia Is resuming her old place
one of the leaders In agriculture, and
on less land than for
many v.. is past. This is the s'lin ami
the ad to '
the farm aemonstrators snd >>i
Wednesday night In the Senate ?ham- '.
"I know that s nstltutiot
i?.ve for the : pendent
r bett? r for than t-> i.
him given a check ?? >0 when
he b< rom? s . im wear
m m of
him re ci
Machiner) has mud
The cost is but a
trifle twin the profit double.'
!rt. ?.f Russell, who told
w hit he kn.-w and what
T. ?i. Sandy, in charge of demon? .
work in V; an ad
.?! that th" !
? In lurge m<
ion of t he fa i nis and
the ol country boys to tie
"SIGNED IN DL00D"
t Hit A(,0. Special.?Mothers of sus
led higa school girls appeared
lore :d of Bducation A
Sororiety Committee here
that the girls be not ?compelled to
tract their sorority pled
they Mdd v?rc too solemn to be with?
drawn at the behest of the board.
Mrs. Richard E. Sioane and M
lx?wis McPherson sa.ti that their
daughters could not withdraw lrotn
Delta Kappa Phi be bad
taken an oath as life members, in i
emu, secret pledges, signed in blood al
midnight under circumstances calcu?
lated to fil 1 a high school girl wati
The Board took the case under ad?
visement Forty other high school
girls are in a similar predicament.
Notice has been given that secret so?
cieties will be suppressed In the his',
has ?l? ?elded that s wife
can, uiioer cei tain conditions, lie to
her husband. Tho trouble ia that a
judicial ?ie?-isi??ii is not always waited
: or. i-ynchbui g ..uva:
That was the first time that Lincoln,
Neb., hai had a winning Dein.
candidate In it tor many, many yearn
<>ur i?l?'ti ?if hard Inck is to camp all |
night in iront <>t a ball park BO as to |
get a ticket and th? : ur Idols]
\e\\ port -\. .\ .-- I'l'i
Football, the lot of the Important
outdo? of the j ea r, la none the
less welcome because it arrives tit
"Good morning. 1 low's your bay
Still on the run, thank you.
I n these da) - Ir ano'
the n-d blush of the maple, s
liit looks like the shabbiness of de?
clining prosperity. ? Staunton L
n a reactionary Republican must
mocrat Ic \\ ? ather.?
; Herald-? "oui 1er.
I f the New York ! lera Id t
.-. votes it Will raise a tide
of pity for Roosevelt and Taft which
soin.- .i- Wilson.
?til that Wilson and Taft to
will probably gel three !
pie think that they ought to h
least two ap ece, ..n?l to p they
ward th? of the presid?
tial campaign of 1904 Judge Parker
declared that the trusts and' wealthy!
contributing to Colo- ?
n. 1 Roosevelt's campaign lend and
the Colonel denounced the .statement
as a lie. The Question of veracity be
ii the two gentil m? to
have been settled In favor of Judge!
Pari : toi 1 lerald-Courler.
The Minneapolis child, two years of |
who can swim, box and climb a
may hope oi be the Hull j
Moos? candidate for President.?Alex- i
Resort \\ip?*?l ?Hit.
M< ?NTh'Kl.I.o, N. V.. Oct 12.?Fire
practically wiped out Ifounteindale, a
summer ie-ort village on the Ontario
and Western Railroad, near here, to?
day, with $75.000 !
The postot;i?'e ami a store were the
only buildings left intact.
RAIDED THE TRUNK
OF HIS LAM
K I C II M O N D, V A.. Siu.Hl.il
o If cama thirty-two
.?hi. who i.s a salesman. *
hehl tor the e,r.ind Jury lor trial
November -tth bj Crutcb?j
today on a chai
Leas was arrested this morel
...leek hy Patrolman
iv i la? kett as in- was in th.
entering the borne ol Mrs. ).;
with whom h?- boerda
Cording to the story i>( Mr
Comb, Who was in t.ais as Si
John, sin- .
? m w ben Reams
and in?mired what I.. T. Win
Othl : hoarder, was
about tin- house. Mrs. Llpscomb
piled lid Hot know, b
would h. She I?
sin- found even ti
White in bed. Returning to tl
had been rifled and
w 'en 110.81 w is Found
? WITH THE EDITORS
A Wilson club is being or
among tin- members of th.- New ?oi
Giants, now playing the world's s
with the lloston Red Sex. "Jacl
Murray, ri^ht fielder, is at tin- he;
?if the movement and twelve of th
members have joineu the ?int.. Whs
th.- (liants lik?-- about Governor NN'ilsoi
?is that )i<- plays tin game within th
foul lin. s: that he has speed a;
trol, and knows the inside game C
conditions today. Th.- old-fashlone
game r t<> play and fa]
pie v. ho live in the country b
; principle, :iu>\ tin
? try at the comin|
Meh will a I !
city vot elect I r? asuri i
. omm of the
re to. This wil
. t Wi
n\ i!l<- I lerald.
lonel loa Summers' pap
i tepuhlii 'h.n < 'op
u all of which it i
a thai tin- Bull Mi
??'. Baer, dis.
ontroller by "Dh
i h.e i he Philadelphia
a nd .*-? n coal ta ken
? by themse
ul the p. ople v.h ?
: ? th. alter:.
1er favored few:
tlie latter are numbered b; th?
millions.??Norfolk Vlrginian-1 '?lot.
v i t h
to be Kentucky loked ?'*
would mi war.- I
Southside Virginia and sampb i
ham, handed down to Iran by hit
father, who got it from his si
aerations. Imagine how
a Southside farmer would turn up his
a ham ? :
instead of hickory. Mr. Turnbull or
'.alum, we "..?n know which
i.w d i.- < dite
il ham.? Pet? rsburg 1 u
I lr. Wiley, of hon. st fata
that the woman ?a ht.
the nature of th? to be m
more beautiful than the woman
t wenty-ti' e. In this th?
exactly ri^ht. and he will ?lo a i^r
,*ice to humanity if h<? will <?>n
vince all women of this truth. Ton
few of them are convinced that it is
their ?acred duty to h<- attractive at
all times and fewer still that they
should I??? charming after they are past
thirty. T...? often they look upon th?
the boundary line
between their days ^f .harm and
beauty and their frosty days <?f the
yellow leaf. They force themselves
into the appearance of age hy the
conviction that they are old' women
as soon as they come to he girls. Age
comes quite promptly who
who do he. :
disloyal t?i themselves and all at>C
i o? i
The party that th.- great leader d?o
clared stood for a "square deal'' ?it.i
in ?' t ;t claimed was ?lone
by the Republicans in Chicago. In
tie Windy City it was called "r??hbery"
and "stealing," hut in California it is
th?- fortunes of the war of poll
tics, and. therefore, is to be condoned.
it ail depends on whose ox is gored.?
Newport News i*r
For the t months wo have
been selling to th.- Canadians one mil?
lion dollars' worth of mcrchandii
on the vasl majority of which
t hi r ? a ; ? ?at,. s u h Ich th?- i so?
ion consumers have to and ?i'o :
ocity t?a- < 'anadiar?.?, w
not only ? s. ..;>,? payment of t>
hut would l
It is no doul a of
the* hlch ?s respon the
rev? rs al ? enl now ;
in the Dominion in r<
trade r? !
i-^ the only perfumed depilatory, ami is
sohl wit. antee to re?
move hair from tie face, neck and
arms, li acts Instantly \- ap?
Pilgrim lit'!,-, ?'o.. i
Why buy li?-:i|. I
when y??u ran ce"! '
for the Kiiru.
Ornnr?' 1-. X triu-t i ? :
test. Tr. it, a-id j. .ii \\ i!
the ditr?-i??-nc<-. s
gn-ccr'a. Call fur Sssm
Tanner Paint & Oil Co
M n n u in (inrers of
Now Is the Time to Buy. Priceii