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THE MATIEWS
VOL- IX- MATTHEWS C. R. VA^ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1912
Monuments and Grave Stones
in Marble and Granite
rma s*?4 anything In this lime got o-ur pifos ?aforo pteotag order.
*??> tar* doing the
?Bjrg?r*t business
ta T!4?wat*r Vlr
?U ?a The latest
I o * r tiaed m&
s ? j a ? r y ?aith
?rkJci. <mr plant
?a ??v'iippi?d ?n
abl?ns as to tarn
out th* highest
?xi as s work at
most rssscmsble
prices. We pay
freight snd give
pt-rsoual attea
tios to placing
work !n cem?-*
t-ry
**"'? r*sspe<*tful?y Invite you to call sad inspect our large stock of finished!
?a*-*-? ?rh*m hi Norfolk. If unable to call writs as for catalogue.
LAWSON & NEWTON
llth Str-eet and William Ave.
NORFOLK, VA.
Ce Pine Beach Car Line.
Phone 8T61.
Clark Sash & Door Corporation
FTIANK T. CLARK, President.
MaiiiifactTirers, Jobbers and Dealers in
BASH, DOOMS AND BLINDS,
?BGILDllB'S HABDWAR?,
PLATB AND WINDOW GLA?S,
PAINTS, OILS AND VABN1SHB8,
<X)LUMNS AND STAIB WORK,
NORFOLK, VA
M
No Money
in Advance
? Satisfac?
tion Guar?
an t^eed ?
Lswsit Net
Fact ory
Price* ?
Easiest
T*ran* ? A
Savin**; of
s i eo to
$200 ?
From Fac
tory Diroct.
> ? ? r ? ? .
??
- -
* .
9 - '? - .....
famous ST?RCK ???l
Sent Anyivhora in th* United Staates on
30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL ll/A
WE WILL SKKD to any part of th? United State? a beautU-trl STAJtCarC HAMO.
with hands? .me BU k vrlonr scarf. polished r>** vol ?-ins top stool, with brasa ?east
ami glass balls. Start?"-, s Complote Piano Instructor. all fully warranted for SS
years, on 30 Hays' Kr?-e Trial right in yor.ro.vn horn?, without ?akin* soy tnoaarr in
advun.a*, and if y??u >'?. not find it th? a-sastlaawSBsaS. aw?ta-at SSBaB* ?aid hiarlsoa? as*?a?sa
Piano you have eve?- aera or hear*!, and if It is not entirely satlafaetory and ai**oap*ab!e
to yourself i?n?l fully r?u.l to tUa, moat fc?B*aaS and hi?l?Mt-pric*?*l paiaa? ?aal? in ail
important f?*etun s. then it may be returned to us. in which event ?are will Bland the
freiaht ch*r?*S b"th ?arara We trurt you and leave you to be "both judiar? and jury."
hence you ai s to be ple.-vi.ed < r there wilt ba a* ?ale. and the trial will not coat you a
penny. Isn't that fair? Your banker or any ?aotnracrcial antiry will tell you ***? are
able as v-rt-'l *s willing to make good on our guaran tea and ail our pronaises and a*xee
menu, hence you at* safe in accepting; our proposition.
?
Send for Our Special Advertising Offer to First Buyer* in New Loce.litiea
and Save All Unnecessary Selling Expenses and Profits.
We ?will male* it ea.y ,'ur you to den] with ?as, no mutter where you are located. We will
urnm?-?* VERY EAST TLR.M5 to suit your needs. Sfod ror our Beantiful ?J?lalos Today.
STARCK PIANOS are Warranted for 25 Years, but They LAST A LIFETIME
tTARct: aa-.\urt' soLotsi )
>LAYEt: FIAX?S make pianists |_[
fus all. Send for s?-?-?;il l?:;?-r?rl*..i.*3o ?
S
put
( '.'la.o?"?-- .
J
BARG AIMS IM OTHEM MAKES
and in ns*d ?Dd rei.uilt i? i an or at?* 10. iit?.
**7S. Jl?*0 and up. Send ror list. Church
?&*t':?rlor 0?*C*BS?u?l solas and pr'.ctss.
\-. 1.1.?...?:?... ;. 'jcT L*c::-jtlful Ht? rature will inp-rest you. Mention this pajier. ?*
P. A. STa?SK P.ANO.CO., Manufacturers
L Executive Offices and Wrrorooms 210-212 So. Wabash Ave., CHICAGO, ILL. Dept.
SCHKOl I.K >0RF0LK-MATT1?EWS-(.L01TKSTER ROUTE.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
Effertlve Thursday MAY 23rd, Ste amor MOBJ'ACK will perform service
on the Norfolk-Mathews-Gloucester route as follows:
Monday
Wednesday
and Friday.
Tuesday
Thursday and
Saturday.
Lv. Norfolk (O. D. Wharf).
Lt. Portsmouth (North St. Wharf).
Lv. Norfolk (Bay Line Wharf).
Lv. Old Point (Government Whf.)...
Lv. I'hllriot's Wharf. K?st River...
Lv. Williams' Wharf, East River...
Lv. Hicks' Wharf, Kast River.
Lv. Diggs* Wharf, East River.
Lv. Roane's Wharf, Ware River_
Lv. Bailey's Wharf, WaBft River..
Lv. Hockley. Wire River.
Lv. *-_lii*rn Wharf, North River_
--.. TJlxondale, North River.
?j\. Severn Wharf, Severn River...
Lv. Old Point (Government Wharf)
?vr. Norfolk (O. D. Pier No. 1)
Ar. PortBniouth (North St. Wharf)
6:30 a. m.
6:45 a. m.
7:u0 a? m.
8:00 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
10:15 a. m.
10:30 a. in.
11:00 a. m.
1^00 m.
12:15 p. m.
1:00 p. m.
5:00 p. m.
6:00 p. m.
6:15 p. m.
6:30 a. m.
6:45 a. m.
7:00 a. m.
8:00 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
10:15. a. m.
10:30 a. m.
11:00 a. m.
12:00 a. m.
12:20 p. m.
12:40 p. m.
5:00 p. m.
6:00 p. m.
6:15 p. m.
JAMES RIVER
Night Line
Every Eiening between Norfolk and Richmond.
STEAMERS UKHKIEV and BRANDON
Fare First-Class $*2.00 each tray, including Berth
!n Stateroom. Second-Class Including Berth $L**?0
Norfolk
*t*aa.? RiebincAd
7:00 P. M. )
7:00 P. M. '
Dally, including Sunday.
MAIN LINE
FROM NORFOLK
Leave 7 P. M*, Sunday Excepte?.
Arrive in New York 3:30 P. M., following afternoon.
Ixave.New York 3:00 P. M. (Sunday excepted).
Arrive in Norfolk 10:30 A. M. following morning.
r \RE_First-class, on? way, $8.00, meals and stateroom, berth Included,
. rennd trip, limit thirty days, $14.00.
\-?t KETS and STATEROOMS at ticket office, 168 Main Street, Opposite
Ittstttle T'-^tel, cr at Company's office, on the wharf, Norfolk, Va.
All schedules subject to change without notice.
B. B. PALBN.
-Insistant General Manager.
EXPUNGE RECORO
OF VILE EMITO
Claims Republican National Corn?
mitteeman Is "Character Assas?
sin and Liar"?Is Reprimand?
ed by Chairman?Family is
Politically Divided.
WASMINC.'I?X, D. C.
When ilw? Clapp invs-i ?. .,,1,^
i-oiiiuiitt??4? wa-. call???! to m-l
?lav Mtilill McCoriiiiek. of < |,j?
?a-*??, th?? lir?-t witn????s. told \be
< oitiiiiili?-?? that at th?* pre-.-m
li?> i? nianaj;<*r ?iT tin? \\. p>
li?-a?!?|iiart?-rs of tin? Pl'Ofcr?
part v. vvitji ollit ?s in Cln
"Non \v?-r?? mor?? or !'?
? ia!?-?l willi tin? pr??-(-?ni\inil?n
4-aiiipai?*!! ??i Colonel I;.. .- i(<
mrere >ou not?" a-l??-?l Chairman
clapp.
"I was." replied >l? ? ?ari u.
II?? then i? a (I pan at a ?tat? m
ns follows:
?* \?- far M I know, tin- i ,,r
the l*.oo??-v?-lt ?-tm|aai??ii in li?
nt, i- wa?* ?Icfra.v?-?! I?> Colonel
I???vv??> and myself. I "?ave ? <,|<?.
n?*l ptiity Sld.iiiui ami. In h
lion. I ?*av?? not to ?*\?<*?-?! .-?ii..;?in
for lit?? maintenance of the ? lii
vmmo li?-a?l?|iiari??rs. Of Un- - ms
making ?tlii?. amount I kop- no
r?-?-.?r?l.
**l liMikcd a?t??r the <*anipai-n hi
tin? Ninth lli-triot mysi-ll' ami I
p?-i?.oiiallv ?\|m title?! another ?.;?..
.'?on ?n I hi?. tli-?ri?t in atltliii. ii to
il?<- amount I ??av?? Cohuiel I?. ,-,.
I f?*lt it ms-??*???ar.v to ??x's-iitl this
iiituicv bernne the ?list riot hod
Ik???ii <-ont-?-?lc(| to Taft."
Within a lew moment- ait?*r
h?- stari<??l to rea?l his statement
Mr. >l? < oiinlck was < all? ?| t?>
ord?-r l?y tin- committc?? ami por?
tion?, of liis statement ??\piui;?--?,|
from the r???-ord, lacean.-?' ot th??
striui?; huegnago whi?*h it <on
t a hi??? I.
McCormick. in
ami his friends ?
in the llurv?-?-tcr
a<*terl7.t??l Chairm
Hllh-s. ??r th,
lional Commute?
t??r assassin ami
wlios?? sa.vhn-- i
minded im-n to a
m
, i??
I an* ?t<M-k
?pan? < lijfcr
Cliari?? 1?.
llhli? ?' li Vii
a "?'liarac
nf th<- kind
ttl \?eak
iuai jtui."
It lit llla-> II rr
???1.1 ?lit? In?
timi (t.- ????allai
VV II?. i plil.-a-.l
WORD6 l*:xi?i*|i<?.F.|*.
"Tliat ri'lVrt-iitc s>s ? ? place
h??ni?." sal?! Chairman Clapp. --and
win la? expumgeu ri*oii*?? the re
??ord.**
Met ??mil? k ass??rt???l Dial Hie
International Harvester ? mnpan.v
officials were all ?ither for Taft
or Wilson. Ami h?? asked tlie <?om
miit??*? that t?a- rtlrtrhwp ami ?>rn
<?'?"* ?a* coned. Be then stated
that his coiitrilmtlons initl th<?-,
Of his p??rsoiial friends in tla?? pr??
< ?invention light in Illinois
aiiiouiile.1 to ?onsi?l??r;ili|\ less
than $10.000.
Il> Srnmtatr ? Inppi
?I. II?, ?am know btta. innt-li nnv
mwmmmem ??r ihr >?<?< romi.k rnmiiV
. ..til rll.nt.-.l t?, il,,. \\ IU,.n ram'.
pnlacnf
V. Our I? rana-h aif ihr fiimll?. In
?liiK>ilnrl> all?a-rrrt nlmtii nn> eat it
I rlltiiilotis, und ( ?rit? Ma-4 airtnla-k
rrfiMi-tl i., nil..?? utr It? ?InIt- Hint
lie aaiiM for V\il?..n.
*|. lit? ttiu knmt Ity t-<.mttii.it r?
pulr a.linl ????nlrlbiifIoiim id?- liriilh
??rit, ?l?(t-rs ?>r mollirr a?f t ? ru*? Vla
? ?irmit-k mamAm te aaj <?iiiniiitiii??f
V. I alatn'l fliink I a-Hit la-*>llf> to
Ihn?. I ?Mil) kiinw lint? i li?- ? .- In?
??auislns of mina- nu?! thr M?<? llrer
Ina; l?r?tlh<-rM. aa liai un- im iiiIkth ?if
Un* llura ?-?.Irr ? ?niipHn>. ,.rr a?p
posa-al fat ? atlatlla-l It ?!??????? ?-II itllal (lint
II In nliMiiral ?at sn> ?lint Ilia- llin
\a-s?a-r Trust I? Kiippi.rt.ii;: liiitt.
?J. 11.? > am know w In. ilia- ?>????? I
I'tii-I Im Kii|?|Mirliii|? f
V. 1 alatli'? kilt!?.?.,
? tail support lim ?I?*.
Vla-allll VI?-? ttrinla-k
a ?'-' lull? ilia; ?..-ntt I<>t s
like to sea- V\ ?lattl rat?*.
?m ?ii?- siiinti i<> pernee i?i? :i???-iii??ii?
? tut? Illa- llura a-ster 'I'm?! Is ?up.
llantina: Itoaiwe? a-l I mill I.. "?Illil
Ilka? (at liaaa- Ilia- ?I lr,??-l?tr.i t- el ?lla?
lli? r> t-stt-r ? empana NiilM'ornn?'?!.
*?? ??inl.ir 4'li?,a-r e-itla-.-t ? ?? i ?I ?tt pc?
mi eiliiii-Hiini intu? M a-? t.r .iilt-k Ilia?
pit utpll let ? pndillU Ittrllt ??eiiitlttr
l.it I till?-? It-'? elnliii a??'i<- <!a-sl rat ? a-?l
III 4 lila-nutt It.? IJaitis?-\ ?-M ?i;i|iorltr?.
Vie? ttl'llliek tlellietl ?Ills.
11 ANNA GIFT.
i:iiucr l>??\?-r. of Tacen... \\ a-h..
?-??i? lar?, ol the national toini....
l.-c ol li??i| and once pi ii? ???< -
retnrj to ?-?natoi* Hnnna. of ?dim.
look th?* stood ihorll] before
noon ami ?lc?-lar<-d thai he Iwd
no p? -r-onal kntiwlcih. of an.\
?-oiiUihiit ion- t?? tin* l{ot??'V?*lt
t-nnipnlaftn that yemr save on?*
mIiMi lu? mad?? on belialf nl the
laniilv of tin- IntC Senat r llaima.
Il?* ?lid not nu'iiiion the ?mount.
l)o\ci- pi-o?luc?*d a l?-i ?>1 ?<>n
llihlttt.l- to lloos?*\ til's 1.10 I
?'aiupai--.il line!. ?ill?*'".??! lo liax?
lit-i'ii prepared liv t ? >i i?li ii- \.
ltli.?.?-. II?? i???lu?.c?l to I *i'uil tin*
?lo? uuK-iit to sppenr ??< ;? part <>i'
hi- tc-lhuon.v. ?Ic? lain ? thai il
was "itill of ?ri??!- .n i iiiaccu
ia?i?*-."
llover -aid that in limn) In
Stances initials am! al !>r??v iati??n
w?-i?- ll-t??l. ii!-l?*a?! ??i nil nanu--.
an?! there were many .p?*? ilion*?.
Ilu* list, whi4h >?? a-i?ni???l
inn? h ili-?ii?-ioii Im-I'o:. th?" ?*om
iiiitl?-?-. ami which r??? i 'Is of ??m
irihuiioiis iroin .1. I Mt-i in A
t ??. and Horn "t.. \\ I*.,
whi? h Mr. DOT?cr -ait.
Mam! i??r George \\ . I1
linally a?-? ?pu-?l '?
Clapp ??lor whal i?
Dover >:ii<i th? ?> '
bj A. E. I i-ln-i?. form
rc-tary, bul now in tli
<.?'??!-?* li. Col'l?'l>ou.
\- SOOn as Ch.iirin
111?- -talcnicnt in h
lu-an reading Hi?*
ami ItlentifylnK the
Q? Do >*>u ku??\v
tlii- ?contribution i
Cnrncgte ot ?lO.OOtl?
\. I do mil it un i
Seiiat??r Clapp ?*??: uim-tl rcad
tng iroin the li-t. v ??i? showed
that <.<*orm* .1. ?.on hat! i*.iv?-ii
SIOO.O00 ami S. T. iW'ahivvrii-hl.
?hairmaii of llu? I'Vtsbui*]-; Cit.x
Coniniilt?*?'
e thought
rtklns, xvas
Ch.iirnian
n .?rl h."
was ma?!e
Iv hin >??? -
employ of
New ?i <?r.k.
i Clapp <;<>!
hands h??
?ntri Initions
mil lbutors.
n?, thin?-, of
m \n?!r?*w
?er thai.
man. fl'Kl.OM; O. S
pi??-i?!?-iit of tin' Xc
Haven and llarilor?
T. sioi?"?hur.v. ?*liy
PtdhMkHphia, $25.?*M)?|
wi-l-lit. ,lr.. M0.0M
? Ht. ?.?Ill ' ?a.at, ii ? ? a ?I
ni S. T. J W'ahiw rii-ht.
>l the llitshui- CltJ
$*!5,00<0; llC. II. Hai li?
ier. $**0.000. ami "l?^.," ?*?.*>.oon.
?ontri butors
hv tlie wil
llir?*?'
itltlllili
Tin? last
???mid not In
i i ess
t'pou th?* list app?
whi. h ?M? a-ioiie?!
???on and i- i>?'ii??v?-d
or?! of t-ontriliutioii
$100.0?!?? mad?? hv
II??|lon. now
York. N?-w
$r>u,(M?0; i:.
?hairmaii in
M. J. Wain
*>>-w?-ll Mil
\m* on?? ?*nlrv
?ich ?Ils4'iis
??!m* III?* i-???
?pouiitintat lo
Standard
the ?-veepi Ion of on
?-?imhiiii-?! initials ol
.?mi ?lohn D. Archli
OTIIF.I*. ( <)\TI*
1*1n*r?? ?ans on?? t
?f.lOO.UO?? from .1.
C?i.. ami ?nie "ml.!
tuition" from ?f. 1
<>r sr.o.iMK?. \
lion lr.no C. V It
tM,aW>, app?*ars, !?
?tt?-r. I?? the
I. II. I{?>?i?*rs
d.
41 TIOXS.
,(*t Itlmt ?i o Of
f\ Morir?n At
.lona! contrl
,l?ir?*an A ?Do.
sct| ml contribu
f??r P. It., or
t tin? wllm-ss
??oui?! iu?t U-Il whrtli<?r It was ?.
aliipli. iition a?r n<>?. Iti?*liu*-tl f.
Howe? I*? ?*r?*?llt?"?l with it aa.iiiri'iii
tiuti of .?211.1101? ami ?'liaiiii??y >t.
I>?-|m-?v vvilli m ? 'in ri Inn i?.11 ?if
9IIIO.IIOO. ?iikI .1. II. I l.v.l?*. tliou-lll
la? lu* Juin?-** l!it/4*n ll.vil?-. vvilh
asAjSSS.
Tin* follow lug ?*oii(rlf>iitl.?n? art*
1 lM*I?4*v?*tl la? luivc Im*?*ii ina?i?* I?>
? liairim-ri m ilifTcra-m Slut?**?: .1.
J I-'. l>r.v?l?"i?. N?-w .l?-r?4-v. S-*."?.!?????:
11. W. K. ndall. Seat Haiiip*?l:ir?*,
?j-in.ooo: ?.. W. I*, (ilioiitrht to Ih?
l*?*rt?lii?. ??r tin* New York a-ami
niiti?*??). SUM?.??????: <?. \V. L, M?*?i r
(tlioii-flit lo I??" Seeret?ry <>l" the
N.-iv? Ma-var). M;i??;i< lm?.-U?. $*,r..
OOO. ami Iwo ?ontrihiition? ?if Sl*??.
???>?? from I!. T. S|??i.-?Jinrv. ot
I'liilailalplii-i.
ihm: tiii?i:i: hoi hs* nvrri.r:
vv 1 1 11 ?iiv-i vnv?. SHARK
?PLATA DHL REY, ? M?. Sp-ia!.
\ m m-.-.11 i ni*, ?hart? twelve r?aet in
th and weighing 1,000 pounds, uns
ht just <>rr Play* del R? y i>\ W
Simmons ?1 r?. 1 .1. <\ Fisher, both "i
Angeles. Th* men ?v.r.- fishing t?.i
v?*llowt*l] about b*lf .i mil.' out when
th?- shark took the h<...k. which was
b*it?d with mackerel, and made ;i ?liv.
1..1 the boat.
Both men saw tl??- big nah ss it dove I
and as it came n?> at th? the
1.1.at Simmons hurled s i?...it hook with
s Une attached into tii.- side ?>f the
mon iher then used two Raft
hooks to assist m holding the shark,
'i'ln- tisi. fought furiously *nd th? boat
was almost capsized. The line was
made fast to th? bow of the boat and
aft? ih?. shark had 'ought foi more
|th*n an hour *nd was weakened con?
siderably the men started t.- row
ashore.
It {..ok s i m ni ??us an.1 Fisher more
than t ir.;,. hours to bring in the mon
sfter the .??hark had fought f>>r more
from th.-ir effort? In landing the ?Shark
that they could hardly stand. After
b.ini*; taken ashore the shark was
kiiH'.i and if will h.- ?m exhibition at
th? Plays <i?'i R?j auditorium.
AMHKRST M \N SWS
III. SHOT WHILE DRIMa
LYNCHBURO, \ A . Special.?-J. B.
Steph?nson, s nur.haut of Amtierst
Courthouse?, was arr.t?t?.! there early
yesterday morning and brought t<> this
city .?H?! i..?ii?.-.i in Jail on suspicion of
having, on Tn.-s.iay night, ?hot an?!
severely wounded Arthur Brown near
the courthouM In the vPlage. B?***>*irn
was brought to ? hospital her? and
will probably ?li?-.
Stephenson conf<r*ssed to Detective
\v. ?;. Baldwin ytasterday sfternoon
that h?- was Intoxicated Tiu-sday nii,ht
ami fir???! out of his door st random,
ami whan li?- heard thai h? had sh??t
1'r..w 11 he threw ins pistol away.
Brown aleo states li?- believes It was
an aitident.
NEWS OF HORSES
AND HORSEMEN
STATE FAIK HACKS Kl'HNISHKI>
WELL CONTESTED KVKNTS
AMI ?'OOP SPORT.
By \Y. .1. ?'urtcr.
On?? harness? ra. ?? i?>r three-year
olds, trotting, two events on the Bat,
.uni a steeplechase made ni> tin- light
card on Monday, the opening day.
Orletter, the black colt by Ormone,
1:08*4, ?lam Belle? I^ttn-s. bj Bell
Boy, - : 1 :? ' ?. driven bj Brook Curry.
won th?* fust heal In -J:!'-.'1-. after
which Dock ?'.. th.- big bay colt i>y
1 ?ry D.iik, from Princess Ann?-, lfd.,
finished first in the second and third
heats, which placed him rust In the
summary. May Russell, by Sidney
Prince, 2:21*4, and Ruth Palmer, i?y
Judge Palmer, 2:15*4, were the other
startera Dock ? '. has s record <>t'
2:18*i* and Orletter worked s mile for
Curry at Columbus around 2:15. bul
l.ad manners detrae! tr?>m his useful?
ness. The flat races, <>n<- i?>r two
year-olds and the other for three
year-olds and upwards, were feature?
less, inn the steeplechase, as usual,
1.11 nlshed thrills ... exciten.?
? * ?
Bj winning the 2:13 trot on Tues?
day, the Virginia bred stallion Prince
H?lice lowered his reeonl from 2:17*4
t.? -_? : 1 ?; ?, an.l scored his seventh vic?
tory "i the season. The handsome
bay stallion is owned by George T.
Mapp, <>i Keller, Va. The son >>t si.l
nej i'lin. <? and H?lice, daughter of
N'orval, 2:14 Vi, is in the stal.l?- ?>t Her?
man A. Tyson, win? has trained and
driven him this season. Virginia Au
Igusts stood f<>*.- second money. Com?
missioner t".>r third, and Nelly M. -
Zeus, 2:18*4, was fourth. The latter
is owned l>y Dr. .1. P. McDonough. the
Richmond veterinarian, who drove her
in this race. McNelly was sir.-?! bj
I McZeus, 2:13, dam Louise Branch, by
I Wood burn Hambletonian, from Bettle
Bell, a noted road mare >?;' former
?years, owned and driven by Mr. John
P. Branch, head of ? 11 ? - banking house
of Thomas Branch ?** Co. The 2:18
trol was sandwiched with the 2 20
pace, won bj King Charlie, an un
sexed son of Mabrina King, driven bj
j. II. Beloate, of Keller. Va. The
f.ist.-st heat was In 2:15*4, with the
>nd and third heats each a second
slower. Three harness races and four
for runners made up the card for
Wednesday, the big day <>r the fair.
Greatest Line *.\as first in the free-for
all, and 2:10, the time of the lirst
heat, was the fastest made during the
meeting. Harry J. .*-*.. with Herman
Tyson up, reeled off tin- 2:15 trot, an
early closing purse of $1,000, in
straight heats, with the South Carolina
gelding Alfonso, 2:14*4, second; Alton
1.. third, . nd star ? irattan fourth. '
The loca] horses, Humbolt and Judge
Palmer, also started, l?nt tin* former
stood fifth m the summary, while the
ju.iui- was distanced In the flrst heat.
The heats were trotted In -.': 14 ??.
2:13?"?, and 2:14. In the 2:27 trot,
purse $2,000, als.? an early closing
event, there were five starters, and n<>
rai?- of the week furnished such an In?
teresting contest. Berka, the bay
mare by Blngara, won the flrst an.)
second heats In 2:17"?. and 2:16
after which Moelle, bj Mobel, was
lirst In the next three In 2:12*14, 2: Mill
and 2:15*4. In the summary ?;
2 : 11 ?,. sto.ui second and Bon Ton
fourth, while Red Prodigal, the Wal?
ton Farm entry, was unplaced. The
speed shown by Moelle In th?- thir?l
heat, forced <>ut by Berka and Dago,
stamps her as a fsst mare, and an?
other season she may be on th? i>i.-i
line.
? ? ?
a field of ten starters scored ?u> on
Thursday in the 2:20 pa?.?-, pi
*??.'.ao?, which went to th?? Washington
mare Alcyne In straight heats; time,
2:12%, 2:12% an.l "-': 1 1'*... Major was
second, General Bell third and Prince
L. fourth. Th? Walton Farm entry,
Kenlight, 2:1?*>4, a well-mad? brown
mare, i?y McKlnney, 2:1a*-*, dam
Lightning, 2:11, by Alcantara, tinisii
ed ninth In the first heat and was dis
tan.-.-d In the second. A. ?'oil.in. who
drove Alcyne, also won th.? 2:25 pace
v\ith Marx Ellen in *_' : "J ?? ', , L': 1 7''. and
*2:1T ? a. Ward I'.ar was s.-.-oml, Abby
Wlltondale third and The Beauty
Patchen fourth. The 2:22 trot re
- ?t..I In ;? Straight heat affair tor
Billy, a bay gelding, by White Tips.
2:17'i, vvlios.- SSCOnd heat in 1* : I *A ?,
was ?i?>s?-iy contested i>> Guy Nellie.
Th?' Identification .?f Billy was ask??.i
I for and promptly furnish??! to the
.satisfaction of th<? judges hy his ?>wn
?r. C. ?\ Phillips, of New York City
and ChockatUCk, Va. The 2:24 trot
was OS lied tit st on FrVl. ij d fur?
nished a Stoutly .-.?utest. Wil?
liam Str..H with Joseph Stati'.n up.
won the lirst heat in 2.-2',.. end the
second was 'i.-.-iat.-i ?i? .ni between
.King Kelly ami Dill m 2:12*4, a BOW
! record fOr both Maillons, alter which
Kim- Kelly was first In 2.-2. 1:29 and
??. Kirn- K?lly was <lri\.-n by Wll
I llana L. Bass, wh-one brother, K. T.
I Base, <?r tooth Richmond, owns the
j I ? I*-*; antl harnlsiirne broWB SOB <>t Kelly.
,2:27, an?! Whitb) Maid, by Norfolk.
! Following ti. i ano- the I 16
i pa?*****, uMi< ii Jtieeph st.nun won In
straight heats with Tomar?an la
; 2: 12%, 1:11 '?.- and 2:12%. King
Charley ? and, Itero third and
RUSSOll ?'o/.ine f.Hirth. Three ttat
races and a steeplechase concluded the
programme.
? ?
Tin- state Pair show rim- classes for
draft hoi pretty well filled, but
those entered for thoroughbreds and
trotters w? re principally made up ??!
local horses, though J. P. Plahetrty, ol
Newport News, Va.? carried off the
blue ribbon In the class for trotl
stallions t?>ur years yhi and over, with
John Red, ? power-fully made and
handsome brown horse, by Achille, son
?.i Blngen, l:06*?4, and Lula P., by
Onward. Devil Hal. the black horse
by Direct Hal, 2:04V?, dam Regardleat
Maid, by Dare Devil, 2:0?, owned by
Mendea Brauer, was placed second;
<;la\is. by siilne\ Prim.-, owned bj
M. s. Page, third. and Petaurist.
2:29*14, by Peter th? Great, 2:"T'4.
fourth. ?Petaurist was awarded s blue
ribbon for best stallion and three ()f
his get. The bay stallion was shown
by ins owner, Joseph Lasitter.
In th.- class for bi.?I mares first
prise was awarded ?"<?xie Lambert.
-\. whii.- her two-year-old daugh-j
ter. the chestnut filly Wealthy Lambert
hy Wealth, 2:10, was also a blue ribbon
winner in another ?lass, with ?'. II.
Harris" Edna Goodrich, by Petaurist,
second. Poxle Lambert is owned by
?'halles T. Jones, ut South Richmond,
and her weanling daughter was pi
?second to tin- Ac? a Stock Parra entry,
a chestnut filly, by Akar, dam Kahala,
by Kremlin. 2:07%. ACCS Farm I
s. ..red lirst in the ?lass t'?ir yearlings
with a chestnut filly by Akar.
Buckland Farm came second with i
Sherry Queen, by Petourlat.
* ? *****
The two Virginia bred stallions.
Kinii K?*lly ano Dill, fought out quite
a stubborn contest In the 2:24 trot, for
which were riequlred five heats to d?*
clde the event. After getting off hack
of his field. King K?-lly finished seventh
and Dill fifth t?. William Strott in
2:22*14. ami then both horses rm
for the second heat, and finished so
c lose that it was decided ?lead bj tie
judges in 2. IS1-, a new mark for the
two stallions. After this King Kelly
proved hims??lf master of the situa?
tion by ?sinning the thir?i. f?iurth and
fifth heats in 2:20, 2:22 ami 2:20. with
Dill c!<?s.? up at the finish of each.
Alien aterrlfield drove the latter and
William Bass piloted "*"?-1v Kin1-:, the
son of Kelly, 2:27. ami -?r-\'hitby Maid.
Iiy Norfolk, sire of Miss Neison. 2:11 -? .
Ki-lly Kintr was hr?*o' hy the lat<
James A. Dearin. of Dors??t. Va., who
ow neti the dam, a speedy i>ut erratic
mare thai was never bit.ken to har
neOS. Dill was ltr?-d hy A. D. Wil?
liams, of this city, anil sir?-<l hy An?
derson, son of Judge <'<>\ and Lalla
Anderson, 2:22-14? bj \v<?odburn Ham
bletonlan, dam Virginia Cooper, by
Bourbon Baron, second ?lain Virginia
Maid, dam Of Mosul. 2:09%, bj Sani
Purdy, 2:21? ??..
? a? a?
< ?i?. th.- closing day <'f the Fair. Liz?
zie Bond and Margie Hal, a couple >>t
richly bred ?i 1 li?-?*-. bred and owne?
Walt.m Stock, Falls Mils. Va., were
riven reeorda in standard time. Liszie
Bond, bay filly, '. by The Bondsman,
dam Diligentia, 2:27%, by Expedition,
2 : i ."> \. was started tt? beat -
trotting, and made a record of 2:27-4.
Margie Hal, brown filly, ::. by 1
Hal. dam Margie '/... 2:16V?, hy
Leo, 2:26 V?! w -:s started t"
2:2.".',. pacing, and made art
2:24%. Both lidies are riL-ht much
. r than the i.e.mis in.
i.ut w.-ie marke?! in -standard time ior
the benefit t<> l" deri? ed l?j th? ?
as producers Devil Hal 1
black hoi se, se?? en years old, the
great race horse l - :
..ut ?>f l'.-uai-.liess Maid, l?> Dare 1
2:09, and Margie Hal is his lirst rep?
resentative in the list ol standard
.???'eetl.
GOVERNOR MANN WILL
HONOR PRETTIEST BABY
oilAX?. F. VA. Special With ?deal
weather conditions and all the i
well filled, the annual exhihiti??n ol
t he ? ?range ? lounty Pair \
hids lair i<> surpass ai revlous
A large first-day crowd was on the
grounds earl>. an?! gTenl i
shown in both the home and :
products. Thursday's program
sisted In the entertainment ol ?
the awarding of prizes for the best
exhibits oi horses and ??attle, and the
witnessin-* of aeronautical exhibitions
from th fair grounds. Today the
annual baby shew will take
m??r Mann, who is to fp??ak,
will pin a blue ribbon <>n the hanu
? ?Mit-i baby at the fair.
Sincerity vs. ii>pr.??ti-?>.
There are some s \ million <>i* mor?
American citizens who will v..;.
l vimiv ket at the <
November, Influent >-d by questions t?f
political principles or policy; i
fore the election the two parties must
name th.-ir candidates, and the con?
test in the Republican party has been
narrowed down t.. T?fi and R?x
In Taft the country has had a safe
and sane executive; In Roosevelt there
Is the embodiment <>t ail thai is vsln
and ?lishonest and untrustworthy; s
demagogue with whom there is none
to compare; an evil-minded man who
has had no counterpart In history ex?
cept among the leaders >.i the Fren? h
Revolution;?? sts>s*y person who talks
religion one moment and viola!
th.- considerations of personal friend?
ship an.l patriotic impulse th.- next;
s tyrant in purpose and thought, ..
leader without a sin^u- set t.rn
mend him to the confidence ol th.
people ?-r ? proposition that should
ha??- the ?-?ir?j>>>rt <>! an honest voter.
That h.- has been able to make verj
tronsiderable headway In hi? mad
struggle for place reflects upon the
people win. have supported him t?>
th.- rights of citizenship and has
pr..\.'d that a majority of th.- Republi?
can people in Illinois and Pennsyl?
vania at least are n.?t tit t.? ml?- them?
selves or .'..et rul.-rs for other peo?
ple in this country.?J. H.-niphill.
Editor of the Charlotte Observer, in
Harper's Weekly.
Matrimony is .. bargain?and -...nie
one always gets th.- w..r.?t <?! a bar?
gain.
No?V. Linimar.il** th??
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