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tID ti THE WASHIHGTOT HESAID flERA PSIDAY IDAYNAY MAY 31 311907 1907
PETER PAN IS FIRST FIRSTKeenes FIRSTJcel1CS FIRSTKenes
Keenes Entry Easily Takes Takesthe Takesflw TakesS
S the Belmont Stakes StakesSUPERMAN Stakest StakesSU1ERMAN StakesEIIPERMAN
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SUPERMAN COMES IN SECOND SECONDtrnnk SECONDFronk SECONDrnn
trnnk rnn GUI Rc RCJnrllcll nrdcd ns n a Innicr Innicrons JnnJcrous flnngerouS
ons ous Fncior nctor lint When hen Stretch la laReached J Jnenchcll JIileaclied
Reached He l In Hnsllj Mnn Paused by bySnpcriunit bySnpcrmnn bySuperman
Superman and Flninlica n Unit llnilThirdRace 1InllTblrllUnce UnitThlrdltace
ThirdRace Is Worth orth U000 U000New 23OOew OOO OOOlew
New ew York May 39 3Jame James R Keenes Keenes5eter Keenes1eter Keene KeenePeter
Peter Fan and Superman both sired Ired by bythe bythe bythe
the faouHM OUll Commando ran first and rnI sec second 8olld seeoiid ¬
ond reanectirely In the classic Belmont BelmontStakes BebnontStakes Inwnt InwntStakes
Stakes for threeyearoWa one mile and andthree amIthree antiihree
three furlong at Belmont Imont Park today tbdayThe UIda UIdaThe todayrhe
The rhe race was worth J2SOCO OO gross of which whichIr whichMr
3 Mr > Ir Keenee Keene share was wasThe wssThe 23fflO 23fflOThe
The biggest t crowd ever amble iemb1ed on kn knAmerican IinAnserOn n nAmerftn
American race track saw w the event de deTided deCided deculed
Tided ami tendered ndered a turbulent turbuht t oration orationti
5t ti l the th > winner The Th Keene colts were werecoupled werecoupled werecoupIed
coupled in the straight strai < bt betUng only onl at 7 7to 7to 7to
to 1ft 1 Trainer Kowe put Miller on Super SuperIrian SupertiIan Superrnan
Irian rnan the winner of the Brooklyn Handi Handicap Handlap Handieap ¬
cap eap ap and suppoeed to be the ly l8t Iest t horse horse3n hurtle1n horsein
3n the Keene barn while Mountain had hadUhe hadthe hadthe
the mount on Peter Pan PanBecause PanBeeaue PainBecause
Because of dtetreeatng dl tr881n defeats in the theVithers theWlthen theWItIsers
Wlthen Vithers Stakes and the Caulton CauUoo Stakes Stakes3n StAkesn Stakealn
3n ln n which bieh he succumbed to Frank Gill and andtDlnna andnlnna andDnna
tDlnna Dnna Ken respectively Peter Pan was wasann wasnot wasiatt
ann seriously considered in the t calcula calculations calcuhltlons eakulatIons ¬
tions He was sent to the front however howeverto howeverI
to t I make the pace for Superman as J L LMcGlnnls LMcGinnis UIcGinnis
IcGinnis Frank Frallk GUI by Collar the win wlnSicr winner iu iumr
Sicr ner of the Withers was regarded rftd as a adangerous acdangerou adangerous
dangerous factor Gill receded rec In the bet letting betIng bett1ng ¬
ting Ing 2 to 1 1 but he was tremendously tremendouslytacked trelMnlloulllrbaeked tseinesloua1y5baeked
tacked for the place at 1 to 2 2Two 2 2ruu 2rvo
Two Other Sinners StnrlcrsThe StnrtcrlThe SinnersThe
The other starters tar ra were H P Whitneys WhitneysPaumonok WhUMYiPaumonoit WhltneYzPaumonok
Paumonok < by Watercress and II B BtBuryeas nDurrs BDuryea
tBuryeas Duryea s Hickory by Ben Be Strome a full fullbrother fullrother fullbrother
brother to the wellknown race ra mare mareEugenia marelisen mareEtigenla
Eugenia lisen Burch BurchThe BurchThe BunchThe
The field started at risht angles to the thestraightaway thet1tralshtawa thestralhtaway
straightaway course eoUItle1JOJIIe some distance beyond beyondthe beyondthe 0Dd 0Ddhe
the he field stand and ran over th the B Bel Belmont Belxnont l lanont
mont Course especially built for tide thtoevent th thIe8t tideevent
event Tilt route was in the shape of a a3tter aJ altter
3tter J tter S the horses practically disappear d dlpapponrThg disappearing JappeArng ¬
ing ng from view vie a moment beyond a clump clumpof clumpOf clumpof
of trees Then they raced directly toward towardTthf towardIth towardtho
Tthf Ith held stand turning < into the the home homelEtretch homestreteb homestreteh
lEtretch and flnisfeed about lfi J5e feet Ht below belowthe below11he belowthe
the regular judges stand standWhen standhen standWhen
When hen the barrier went up to a good goodstart goodIstart goodstart
start Peter Pan went away like a whirl whlrlTvlnd wb1rlIncl whirlwind
wind Incl cutting cuttl out the pace at terrific terriflcClips ttrrtftecllps terrificclips
Clips Notter otter lost no time in going gol after afterhim afterhIm afterhim
him with 1th Frank Gill an error which whichlorclbly wbleborclbly whichfurclbly
lorclbly accounts for the crushing defeat defeateunVrad defeatlIurrrttd defeatsuffered
eunVrad by h the Collar colt coltMiller coltllIler coltMiLler
Miller with a tight tlht hold on the reins reinsIkept nlnsmtpt reinskept
kept Superman In third place with Puu Puunnonok Pautnonok Pnuinonok
nnonok and Hickory close e up To the thelar thear thefar
far ar turn this order wag maintained malntaln Then Thensihen Thenhen Thenwhen
when hen they nwhed bed back toward the turn turn3nto turninto turnSnto
into the main track Notter otter tried U ro take takerank talcfJ takeFrank
J Frank rank Gill to the front feeling confident confidentaio conftdentDlo
aio doubt that Peter P ter Pan was about aboutready aboutready aboutready
ready to quit quitBut quitBut quitBut
But to the tb surprise of everybody Peter Peter3an l lsterlan er er1an
3an lan when wi Mountain let him down drew drewiway drew1Ilay drewinway
iway Again Notter otter tried to overhaul overhaulIhim overhaul111m overhaulIm
Ihim Im with the Collar colt but Just as they theyaeacbed therreached theyeached
reached the main track off I the field fieldistand fteldIStand fleldistand
istand Miller made his run with Itb Super Superana Superman Super7nan
ana man 7nan n Then it was that Gill quit cold while whilePeter whilePeter
3 Peter eter Pan full of o running runnJ went on to tothe 0the tothe
the easiest kind of a victory with Super Supertman Supertman Supertmafl
tman hard held a length and a half away awaynnd awayend awayannd
end Frank Gill five lengths back backThe beckrhe bocklIie
The SniiunarlcH SniiunarlcHFIN9T SnJIIll1nrlelIMT SnittiunnicsFIIIST
FIN9T RACKFor twoj tworear twoiweliM tofcte KUiaic foor fei and andjb MIllCOIMbaIf sodoaebalf
COIMbaIf jb K fnriooc toap ItT coonr LMfbioff Lsobin Eyes KjesKG F4esICG ii iiitO
KG Bw wn I 5 to 1 wrm iiePdte R > < irite K t It K l D > a IIIIUI u u1o > i ito Sto
1o to 1 tetooA ur Vonthrol 97 9 uXottert I otterl i to 1 tkM tkMlive tIIinLTi1 thadThre
live Ti1 1I11Iit ntte K Kenr nr Trauaie CateiNriua CateiNriuaM lmaNlhlle
Nlhlle M > iitte I 155 Qnenis treu 5 Soureair r Mon McGrrsor eGrea JIIIIdI JIIIIdIID Hlaeaibimiu U <
3 bimiu > imiao ID IIO Matdwr > ateMr Si Shut t Hccond L La Sorela II II2xmi IIumi II2ami
2xmi umi Stejit t Kod Koot k andAlciaa also ran ranSSCOXH raILSECOXIJ IanaEcs4
SSCOXH KAfBdaremoDt KAeYr < latftllODt Haadiop fix and aadirK sIPMld anditn
IPMld itn irK liaM rnrioan rinucht Jade Atkia At l 114 Kadtte
8 to I I yes Ctr nwlei Kdward IK Xotterl C I 4 to o 1 1J I1ss
J 1ss CIr Kcnad aec Suffrage 127 Miller even e third thirdT tIrtrdT1IP thirdTse
T T1IP e 111 Km Man Ukmite Pint Iraahna Iraahnaman 1 Pindu Pinduait fif fifmJI >
ait man and Kate Kine aim ao ran ranTHIRD naTHIRHnCZAPUr ranThat
THIRD THIRHnCZAPUr KACKAauttur Cup one 0Dene nuk Matter Matternf I Il7 Muternf
nf Cratt MK Idl IC S Sutth B II IIJimI to 5 von Sa Mmard MmardKern ilnaudiMr
l7
iMr Wrht I S to I second Prnru lii ID IDXenI
Kern IS to t 1 third Time 1644 115 IL The CricketWaterbwy CricketWaterboy Cricket etWlterllluT
Waterbwy Queen of Knight and Kertortown aba abaaan alnoEa
aan aanFOVKTH 811FOl Ea
FOVKTH FOl 1CTH RACKMrhtteey Memorial about boat two twofluid twoI twoard
fluid I d onehalf bIaJf Mules Uia atecpfeehMe T 8 S Martin 1U 1UKDupee IUlullftl 1424DuIieri
KDupee I to J I von a Good aad Menty I1eUt K 3 Kay Htall luauii >
31 11 to ateond Ant A fIIt IS Melnerney 12 to 1 1tthird 1 1ild 1tthir
tthird tthir ild Taae Tm 11t Saaerns etu 1ahn aIII and Oraadpa Oraadpajftlso th4aisito JraadJatAlw
jftlso ran ranFIFTH railnnK ranFWrM
FIFTH KACEHM HebBont t one 0 aule and three threefuiloMjs tbnedUIOIIp threedui1oe
fuiloMjs dui1oe litter Pan lu IS XonnUia tXotmtabtl 7 to W fIomua won woniSniwtaan won1ietuss
iSniwtaan Iomua m l Miller 7 to IL aeeowl Frank Gill Gill GillI
338 13 I IUttU 2 to 1 1 third Taa T JJ5M US 2J23 Ji 1aoannok 1aoannokjaiid lalll8lllJOkand Isuaoooksand
and hickory sine ran Peter Pan PanIC011PW and ticperasa ticperasavoiplsd nper a aKoirpbd
Koirpbd in strateht and place bettiac betth o oSIXTH 1MIb 1MIbjlITK oeI oeISIXTh
SIXTH KACKHandk ItAtUaDll1cap p one mOe Dolly Kru Kru3irr SJIU gon gontrr
3irr trr Ill MiUeri iflcn T to i won Tommy T WaddeD WaddeDMomatatai 1 1IMOGIItaml II IIIMoindala
Momatatai I to Z second Zethm lid Talberti B Bfl
fl 14 > I 1 thud Tane last 131 U Hobble Kean K IM Xenw XenwSJaznM elI elIM ewoSeller
M SJaznM Sailor her and Bed Lea Le abo ram ramBIG raaBIG ranBIG
BIG CROWD AT OAKLAND OAKLANDCltfar OAKLANDICJ OAKLANDCItnr
Cltfar ICJ or Lighter the Favorite IIl wrJh hunts lIvittNFred JlcntKIlrcll huntsPred
Fred llvnt by 11 n AOHC AOHCSan ipse tlMeSan ipselan
San Francisco Franel eo May lay 30 30Ten Ten thousand thousandpeople thousandPlOPle thousandople
people ople attended tfr tit racing at Oakland Oakkutdhl Oaklandthis Oaklandthis
this hl afternoon The track was very fast fastnd fastIUnd fastsand
sand nd the weather pleasant After one of ofrthe ofthe ofttte
the most desperate finishes seen at the thertrack thertrack theitrack
rtrack Ciearlighter heavilybacked favor favorate favorte favorste
ate te beat Fred l red Bent nt by b a nose no in the fifth fifthfface Jlrthrace 111thwace
race at one mile and seventy yards It ItTva ItWas Itwas
Was Tva run in the fast time of 149 14 which is iso IsI IsSt
o new track record The summaries summariesFIM8T summariesFlMST summariesF1Itsr
FIM8T lUOBWre forioowi Polite U I IlKIlIata US USAKinAhMMi 156tKiridlkou
AKinAhMMi lKIlIata S to 1 1 won ItUnMtnw XH 30 taandyi tindyto
3 to Z seeorjd Katie llamas I MB C Kiieaer FH IS to I ITthird II1hirtL 1ithird
Tthird Ttaw n i 1 11 AHa Altair Sir Weak We Ie7 Md hems Harrelalw HanelIM hemslss
alw IM ran ntaSECOND naaBECO ranSECOND
SECOND BECO D RACBOne and threegUteeattg miles milesAronteflnt milesAoateI1aa reliesAyontellns
AoateI1aa Aronteflnt IN 1 C Borei H to 1 wm Made Mayer 1IaerOJ MayerVK
VK OJ CteKael Mckee 13 to t S seined Khmtkm MT 15 CDan Davfc Dar
16 6 to S i third Th IIIRe e 1 Brier BrIrrA Iers llnwwcdale Hi HiCanI HiCam 111Caul
< Cam Cap In Iras and bouts aim ranTHIRD ran JaITIIIRD ranTHIRD
THIRD MACEFtttority Mine Pal Pal MT 151to CSdd1I S ndjl
2 to 1 1 won Duma IK UkIrfIJ Iterri 7 to I second secondtirarv IMIIIdra8 seaMGrace
Grace ra8 G W lua Wade Ua u > 3 to I 2 third Tfcae lMt lMtiGorernor 1 100rmI0r IltGoreTmr
iGorernor Orana These T Bankers Jerry JnrrDd iiharn iiharnnd Sbarpnd
nd Ua JJadd id Botead aim ran ranFOURTH raillOUKTJI ranFOUTIL
FOURTH lUCKMeawrial handicap one ate ateand toll tollhand u und
and nd arty JVdI jard i A Mi Mukaday oday m h Middle i to 1 1run 1inn
run 00 Eon Ahim m CJJa1i5 l Idle > aris i to to11Iel 2 tested Oorp OorpV Gsatr
V 11Iel r MeKew Ml 4 State S to i third ThM TIItIe 18 ltzH ltzHir M Mbir IdSir
Sir ir IWBar and Ix Lo iaUdhi abo elm ran torse 1 Me Mecar IeU Mc2eer
2eer > car and Sir Hrfflar coupled coupledFIFTH coupledFInn mepkdFIFTh
FIFTH KAOKOoe ante and ttitttLj fllty yank cir CwarJjafcter ClIarLitlbtft cirLiebtsr
Jjafcter m < D JJanal Tia 11 to Ja mm Fred Uftit ient ientKincaaaaaB IJ IJKInddIaI 56Kiruksal
< KincaaaaaB 7 to 1 I wrood Kntinc 106 ll1 Sudrl Ithodypto SudrlS
S to J third Tiaw ltt I o Atkhss and Jo Joe UVM UVMAi 0Js1IeJj OsynejIei
Ai jIei ran ranSIXTH ranSIXTn S SSIXTII
SIXTH RACKSeren KAC and ooe Wl alf farkaca Op Opijcias O OClJariRl OpttidaL
ijcias M Davis 9 to M mm Vtdt V NT Kteeaert C CS
58 1 to 5 seeoMi Palrawn tI BamAaw 31 to 1 1ibird ItbinL 1ebtid
ibird Ttm 1354 nomafa Lord of the Vale ValeJley Vale Valen Valeltei
Jley n Dd D M Mmd ndo 6w Lad xd and Edith Jaaea Ja alee atoonn alloalL aleeran
nn alL
alLRESULTS
RESULTS AT LOUISVILLE LOUISVILLEFIRST
FIRST KACVKovr aad aebaK fnriooas fartollpIIme fartollpIImeS fadne none noneSynehroniaed poresyndsroidaM
Synehroniaed S M Lee 1AoP1 7 to S 5 tarn we Orteadot 112 112Miader UIBinder 12
011 Binder 4 to 1 wcoad Ladys Lady Maa 1 112 II IIIEODI lletetr lletetronl uIsleureon
IEODI eon onl J to 1 1 third hue 825 512 25 Shopfat 5hei 5heirem l > oa oaTegan 111I 111ITf
rem D Rraaater Water Cuter L 1 C VWrig WId Jta JtaIloMit J Jnort 3Botort
IloMit Badse Work Wort Headline V Vauti an M lied Hi HiJoa Hr HrDoB hteroo
Joa oo Q < J aad Mactas she ran rtm8BCOND nmSBCO ranS15COND
8BCOND SBCO D RACBFw ftntoaas tmIoaolithe MIleS 11 11Jizht Ileso Ilesojlrht
Jizht lithe Mnrpar M tG G Swia B to 1 woe l Link IMUeGeorwe LinkGeoree < Htte Httetieorac
Georwe tieorac n IBaiM 1 to Z weond Btreaa m 4 IB IBDaTi ellDaril UtDakL
DaTi DakL seen efta third Ttee 1 111 Ill BIllet Lock Leeknrese OafJure
Jure Julftl nrese ITMK Mile li Mte Mi Mammal llok AoRMtos AoRMtosk AIIIcold Ausrold
cold < k > M But Ban DM McKtaaa kIt BtUe of Shdbr e4br aad It UT ItJoh ItJokuon
< T Johaaoa Joh also ran ranT1HIIU ranTUlUU ranTIIIUI
T1HIIU KACKOne and oneeighth tails HUM HUMLi IIIfWLIPt peon1iht
Li LIPt M Wool WCIOt m 4 1ttI Lee I to 1 1 woo UouJea U2 U2Pfckeaa U UPkkeMI UIIPickeasi
IPickeasi Pfckeaa 5 to I and Jib JoIIII Alert tkrt Ml H to 1 I dead deadlieat dNdbfoat deedbeet
beet resend Tiaw 7 151 I D Ma Illit Star Mto 11 LkMa LkMaOrlandtrh LidiarIaadwtdt Laflrlandwick
Orlandtrh rIaadwtdt Victoria II Old lloneaty Wing Taas Tln TlnIIke
JliSw IIke Settee sod a lied Owmtlet she ran ranFOURTH raILFOURTH ranFotILTIl
FOURTH nACBPlw farioag fwios tU MIUIIg eetha g Havaatr HavaatrVK
VK Uanlud IS to 1 1 woa Vahooae t1 UView UViewJ l lJ
J to 1 1 second Ecatrlce n t ce K 1W 1 lAnolin 4 to a ii
laird Time IM 1 Taunt T D tdra Soprano 5 praao Humor Humor1st JIwnOl JIwnOliJt hIum hIum1st °
1st AteHon ltlMlOD 31inn hlinnelako 4 h Par and SapipaMk plaDlk alto aUoran 110ran altoran
ran ranllFTII
ranFIFTH FIFTH RACEFlTe fwlonpi flldon pursr 45Il H I C Rinn
112 IUrownl Hrewn 2 to I mm M Markesel Ia cketd 95 8 Swain ln eta etaseeoBd etHl5eCOIId 5T5Itecosil
seeoBd lIar Jfoe K Daarbom etea third Time TimeJ80 TlneI
146 I 56 hIts II Vfenant Itoqwtte and nd lUrbette l rbeUe ntwraa mo ru ruSI ranSIXTH
SIXTH SI TII UACKOM Ie talk selling UlDg IMwoed Ited H Hl IIJIB a
l JIB B Mentryi 3 to I woo wn Demo SI CSltfnin Stints 4 to
1 Meood Warner irises m Lee LffJl 7 to 5 third thirdTime tIItrdTIme thirdTime
Time TIme 111 1 tI The Tel Pet Matador Hbrseradtsh Caipir Caipirdine CIIJKdlnp Cassadine
dine W K K Slate Itoge no S Oanie aDd Dt Lee LeeHuffman JAeHultman LeeItititman
Huffman alto Io ran ranWOODBINE nnI nnWOODBnm ranWOODBIIqE
I
WOODBINE PARK RESULTS RESULTSFIRST RESULTSF1ISr RESULTS11ItST
FIRST F1ISr RACBLord IlwBtrgw IK 11 Uonll 9 to toR tQ
R 15 vrra Teraeraire KJ Uleanlfll MelanM 4 ta ft i Meoad MeoadDoe OIIIIDoc MeerelDoe
Doe lion 1 1M 11 CXkoIJ Xfcol cren third Ud Tlw 11 This 1B4S 1B4SItwewml 11S 4 4IOOIlT 1i 1itessesra
Itwewml tessesra Mooarine M Malranejr lllI1va ZeJIn Moan 1011II 1011IIaDd Gold CeUand Goldand
and Item IteacalT alto ran ranSECOND 1110SHCO innSECOND
SECOND SHCO O HACKItoH Weeril VS murtR11 Murfy > K Kto 1to 12to
to 1 Iron KiTtcntl Y tI t6 MeCarttir 3 to 0OMr 2 tossed tewfldOmr tossedOseer
Omr T m Lloyd out third Tine 130114 130114Iterate 1011 1011Hemit lt 14 14herons
Iterate Veto Vriux Kerebetffle K UP aad are M llut 311105 xtoi aim al ran ranTHIUD raILTHUm ranThuD
ThuD UACBS i Wall all III ilcDantel 4 to 5 5mm imIII Sions
mm KWflrH I k lkld 1 1M Kw K Kneel l 4 to 5 aenond cond d like UHIIlrBff 5K 5Krafr likerain
rain IS 1 11 J K lieUrl Uj 1 to t 2 third Time 11 e 21044 21044thilelt 19 64S 64SDstcfa 45 45U8td1
Dstcfa IUd Heine U iDt and De S Sue i also ran ranFOUntn raftFOUnT ranFOURTH
FOUnT HACKIk Tla 11 Tires 1 112 Ulrum Brazil B ta 1 1wen 2milt 2 2tree
wen Kfebanl Jr lIT Uridterl Krker 3 to 1 1 weond weondItwell sewndllsewlI
Itwell A 1S9 1kJrI4 JoTl > t 3 to 1 third Time T1 e 4 4LumlxTtanrt 4lumllfttand 415 415Cuatberkind >
LumlxTtanrt L La Lass s GCWK cotlt cor LeJper Hjlng lyIng Itortr ItortrOtaMt IIoT IIoTOllMt lkeerOkeet
OtaMt Himiap and Gold Gnu lien aVso ran nnFIKTH ranYInH ranFIFTh
FIFTh ILVlTonsonkr 1U C Sled IooII men von TronCbcrler TORCbarlq vonCbsrley
Cbcrler East um IIS CU IHfcl igginia t 4 to S 5 ftcattA ftcattADeuee dDeuel esoondtInier
tInier IB ICUaliPll MrDaeiel 1 to Ia t 2 third Time TiMe 111 111SouMI Jl1bairfrll 111Iketmil
SouMI and Sir IMward also KB KBSIXTH taILSIXTH ranSIXTh
SIXTH ItAdSSannae ItooaHiora 96 UatM1 Ittrt Barton BartonI n
5 to 1 woo Schroedfrs Midway J to t 1 secand secandAOuHj fifCBnd1BuKJ seam seamtOmelty
AOuHj 1BuKJ 56 Clif CokMrin > 3 to 1 taW 1kb Time TIre 1W 1WCmws 1 111Mu 118Swssut
Cmws Swssut finished tint but mt n dksomHSwL d iliUlww l1taboRIftn MatabosIstr iliUlwwI
I Iftn t r Knight Kfcie hic of th the VaBflr Widow 3lHe tl8o iSC iSCNeA sttI St Sttvi
NeA tI tvi and IHcaroon also h ran ranSEVENTH JilftSEgoTJ ranSV1tNTll
SEVENTH UACEHinorfan nACE IIOItan M I LJaifIQM BurEW 5 te tet teZ
t 2 woo W B non Mot jot Ill C Niool iroJI 2 to 1 raegad W iam iamIns a atat
tat W UojJ S to i i third Ttaw l 11145 111 744 44 Ha Hawta 1kwle d dI
wta H 11 lUmnd I Ibsen Daer IJt The Globe Stmta S NeaMeS nut aadIWatte aDlJ1IWJe nutThud
IWatte Thud Do also ran nnHACING ranltAOING ranitACING
HACING CARDS FOR TODAY TODAYFIUST rO TODAYflehinoit DAY DAYDelmont
Delmont DelmontFICST t tvinsr
FIUST ItACBGtrcn frio f fJ fetloagi fetloagiStout j jStand
Stand Otw M Cat Csbeese CsbeeseLord eaj
l Lord rd I LinaM au Ill 1ft AWM x ot Ji JiManter Jaid JaidJaester r r1aner
Manter W I LU IAIk I IIIII IIIIIK liesKkuedia W WKiMBHfca
KiMBHfca K W CriBMfi OdesidIsOxD W WSBCOM m mSIiCO
SBCOM SIiCO U UACKSeHtac ItAC four f and oitekalf a but far farhara firMarku
111IIe
Marku OhOailtut OhOailtutlb Ie IeI1Ie
I1Ie lb 0 Daas 156 U UTMltUBr Usable
TMltUBr 11 91 Seelke SeelkeJo atI atIJ
J Jo estee III e1k 61 Stroon StroonLord i iI
hara I Fwanat FwanatFpry 11 56 FonIIIJo FonIIIJoPInY FoidsIloPrri
Fpry PInY uSdk Laaidkg 56 Ctttt CuameItla < tta ft ftOMom ItJIe SIOledows
OMom It I leIq ro roTJlUm 10T11t1 9 9THIRD
THIRD ItACBHanMeap HACKII em and osesliteaUi osesliteaUimite oncshteestlieelee btu btutdes
mite miteXcafea tdes
tdesr Xcafea eelee IK Weikoarno Vea aa Jg II IIn 156 156101k
1Mb r Spanker si Eaisnaier Ill m Ironaidea IK IKVeiionl 116VeaIeud
Veiionl VeaIeud n IK JIiNaIoa ii I Alrtaeao M MTakaloa Ill2eaialoo
Takaloa m Itea noli hikes Itafcrel hikesPMIssder
l Mkwder < IN INFOURTH 111FOURTH liilOURTII
FOURTH KACKOn mile mileHataaat toReihits u uHIdJiII
Hataaat t HI I Adontfen m mFIFTH 111II UI1t8
1t8 = t JJlIdDIIa II I IFIlTh r td I IlUTll
FIFTH UACEMNnK one mea an anMamar atIP atIPyaleaUBe >
Mamar W a St VHfeauae VHfeauaer yaleaUBeT
tVaiar r ter Task T 1a m II JotoJtaaWrf Jcka 6Meki I
n 1 > IWaxke m Vetrdwn WeirdeoMe1es VetrdwnTepB
TepB 1es IkMami I 93 Chief Hum II hayesouter i iOMtM
0 outer Ill IllSIXTH 111SI UIStXrhI
SIXTH SI TJI HACK tAC LACEMnCIOIItha atMUctphthg tha rf a aJJawtor AUII asS asSMiNter
MiNter JJawtor ter IB Tn IM nrWateat Beer B BI 1H 155tdMa
downaU < sa 1151 m Cakxon CakxonMhrtm Catooehaal1IItta caltoebon34tM
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Richmond at seventeonth annual annualreunion annu1reunIon auntie auntiereunion
reunion reunIon which began yesterday yesterdayHeroes yesteriayHeroes resterd resterdHerMS
Heroes of many man battles in old oldunlforltUl o1eluniforms W Wuniforms
uniforms and carrying riddled riddledflags rlddltdflags riddledflags
flags march ma h in monster parade paraileStatue PAr paradeStatue I IStatue
Statue to Gen J 15 It B D Stuart Stuartunveiled Stuartunveiled Stuartunveiled
unveiled by b Miss Ibre Virginia Stuart StuartWilier StuartWtller StuartWilier
Wilier granddaughter of famous famousTOinmander fAmoUImmander faniouniomnisnder
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Graves of 38000 ttt Confederate sol soldiers BOIdlers aoldiers ¬
diers decorated with flowers flow I5 in inHollywood InHolIwood InHollywood
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Ings in Southern capital when the thebands thelesnila
bands play pia Dixie DixieRichmond Dixie1Uehmontl DixieIdelimoed
Richmond was never before so socrowded 10crowded socrowded
crowded on Decoration Day and andbusiness IUIdhuebteu anallaurheons
business is practically at a stand standstill atandsnu standstiR ¬
still snulonulRont
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street streets of o the obi Confederate capital capitalquier eapltalquer capitalqu4er
quier and rumble beneath be Nth the tread of ofmaiohing ormat ofmahh1ng
maiohing mat Idng men in gray Throughout the theday theda theday
day they th poured into the city from rota every everypoint Marypoint everypoint
point of the compass com swelling wemn the great greatthrong greatthrong greatthrong
throng already alr dy here and adding adlH to the therising thet1lJjog therising
rising enthusiasm that marked the pros prosres pro pror progtees
res r tees of o the opening sessions of the Grand GrandCamp OnmdCamp GrandGamp
Camp Confederate Veterans VeteransThrough VeteransThrough VeteransThrough
Through vista 18CA11 of billowing Confeder Confederate Confederate Confederate ¬
ate colors coI rs the u survivors of the th regiments regimentsthat r regimentsthat lMftts lMfttsthat
that fought the greatest battles of mod modern wodem wadcnn ¬
cnn military mlUtar history wound their way wayEverywhere WILylhllSwhere wayl0veiywhere
Everywhere they were greeted with a acordial acontIa1 acordial
cordial welcome w me that cheered the heart heartand heartand
and 1 gave assurance sul8oce that the fidelity of ofthe oftile ofthe
the old oh days 8 still lives IV in the memory memoryof memGr7or
of the pwple p ple of the Mother of States StatesThere StatNThere tates tatesThere
There was w nothing < to marthe n spirit of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the occasion The day was perfect The Thetomperature TIMtomlMlture Thetrenperature
tomperature was w that which made the theexercises theexerdMs theexere56e
exercises for the day comfortable in inevery Inevery inevery
every way wayAt wayAt y yAt
At iii M oclock the t United Confederate ConfederateVeterans ConfederateVetera ConfederateVeteran
Veterans Vetera were called to order prayer prayerbeing pra7erbeln prayerbeing
being beln offered by Rev John William Jones Jonesthe Jo Jothe Jon Jonthe
the fighting bUn < parson Gov Swanson wel welcomed web webcorned el elcomed ¬
comed the veterans to Virginia amid the thegreatest ther thegreatest
greatest r t t enthusiasm the waving avlns of Con Confederate Confederate Costfederate ¬
federate nags and the bands playing playingDixie Jtla7lDDixie playingDixie <
Dixie bringing the old men to their theirfeet theirfHt theirfeet
feet with yells yell that shook the building buiWtogMayor butld butldMayOI buildingilinyor
Mayor Carlton McCarthy welcomed the thevisitors thevI8It1I thevisitors
visitors to the city cityPractically cityPractically cityPrcticIly
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carried out at the meeting < of the Sons of ofConfederate ofnfederate ofConfederate
Confederate Veterans in the City Audi Auditorium Audltorlu Auditontum ¬
torium torlu a mile away from fro the meeting meetingplace meetingplace meetIngplate
place of the veterans veteranslUccUtiKn nt veteransllcelIngn rans ranslccthlJ
lUccUtiKn lccthlJ Adjourn ISnrly ISnrlyAll Hnrl HnrlAll liarlyAl
All the meetings were comparatively comparativelyshort compuatlvelyIhort eumporativelyabort
short the naming of committees ending endingtoe endingUte endingthe
toe sessions ODS for the day At 11 uat oclock oclockadjournment oclockadJournment oclocka4journment
adjournment for the day was had bad and aadpreparations dpparatkM andpieTatlod
preparations II were begun 8Un for the parade paradeIncidental paradeIncidental nute nuteIneidenW
Incidental to the unveiling of the Gen J JB JEo JB
B Eo B Stuart monument which took place placeat tlece tleceat sleceat
at > 235 W oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The parade formed at Capitol Square Squareand Squaread Squareand
and moved out Grace street to Fifth to toFranklin toIranJdln toFranklin
Franklin shut I to the monument Veter Veterans Veterans Voterails ¬
ans from every State were In line The Themen Then Thetorn
men n marched slowly They are old and andfeeble andI andlnltorms andfeeide
feeble feebleUniforms I feeidetnltonma
Uniforms which had seen service in the ther thewar j jwar
war r were much in evidence eV Battlenags Battlenagscarried Battleftapcarried Battleflagcarried
carried by men who performed the same sameservice sameservice IIM IIM8MYIce
service on the field of battle were ere fre frequent frelluenl IreauenL ¬
quent The line was a long one with withmany withmany withmany
many thousands of people lining lInl the theroute theroute theroute
route of march Every Enr comfort for tot the theold theold theOk
old Ok men n had bee ben t made Water was at atevery ateery atevery
every corner and scores of volunteer volunteerphysicians voluDlferpbyeleians voluolgerphysicians
physicians were ere at t hand to attend any anycase anyCII4I anycase
case of sudden Illness IIID Ambulances were wereIn wrreIn wetnin
In line for any emergency Flag PIa s waved wavedand wavedanal aed
and 00 bands played the people cheered cheeredand cheeredand cheeredsisal
and school children sang songs s It wait waitan wuAll wasan
an Inspiring sight sightStuart IJlghtStunrt sightStuart
Stuart Monument Unveiled UItl1eI1The UtteI1edThe UnveiledThe
The parade started at 2 oclock and at atthe atthe atthe
the monument the ceremonies began as asthe Allthe asthe
the head of the column came up At 1 2M 2Moclock 230oclock JI JIoeloek
oclock the monument to the great cav cavalryman cavalryman cayairyman ¬
alryman was exposed d to view amid salvos salvosof salVOlof mivoof
of artillery Thousands of people yelled yelledas
as the veil was drawn by little Mies MiesVirginia MIS MISVirginia U UYlrglnla
Virginia Stuart Wilier WII r a granddaughter granddaughterof
of Gen Stuart StuartImmediately StuartImmediately StuartImmediately
Immediately following this the column columnreformed columnreformed columnreformed
reformed and marched to Hollywood Hollywoodwhere Hollywoodwhere hollywoodwhere
where the graves of 30000 o Confederate Confederatedead Confed Confederatedead rate ratedeNd
dead were decorated with flowers wr by b lov loving lovIBb bylag ¬
lag hands the patriotic societies paying payingattention payingaUentfon payingattention
attention to the mound over each man manNever manlver manNever
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crowded It is doubtless the last time the theold theold theoh
old men will come here and ant they are aremaking aremakl aremaking
making makl the most of it and the city clt is do doing doIng dolag ¬
ing the honors lODOr8 with lavish hand handBusiness handBUtlinees handBusiness
Business is i practically suspended while whiletribute whlJetribute whiletribute
tribute is paid the memory memor of the dead deadand deadand deadand
and honor to the survivors survivorsPOTOMAC sun1vorsPOTOMAO survivorsPOTOMAC
POTOMAC TO BE BRIDGED BRIDGEDCotdy BRIDGEDCOlU BRIDGEDCostly
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Hagerstown JId Id May llk SOThe Wash WashingtonBerkeley WuhIngtonBerkelf Vaahingtonhierkeley ¬
ingtonBerkeley Bridge Company was or organized orgAlJized organized ¬
ganized yesterday in Martinsburg W WVa WVa IVV
Va V l 11f b j residents re of Washington and andBerkeley andBerkele andBerkeley
Berkeley Berkele counties for the purpose of oferecting orerecting oferecting
erecting a 75000 bridge across aertes the Poto Potomac Potomac Potomae ¬
mac River at Williamsport WilliamsportThe Vllllam port portThe
The following officers were elected electedPresident eltttedPresident electedPresident
President Victor Cushwa Williamsport Williamsportvice
vice Iee president pre8fdf > nt Decatur Pwlges Martins Martinsburg 1Iartlnsburg Martinsburg
burg secretary retary and treasurer Dr W S SRichardson SRlchardlO SItletsardeon
Richardson Williamsport WilliamsportRACES WllliarnaportRAOES WillianraportRACES
RACES ON ISLE OP MAN MANTwentylivo MANl1enttnO MANIwentytvo
Twentylivo Motor Cars Cnr Start in In Intcrnntionnl IntcrnnUonnl Interitittltizzitl
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Douglas Isle of Man May 30 30The 30Themoot The Themost
most Important events of the Man Motor MotorCar MotorCar MotorCar
Car Week eek took place today Twenty Twentytwo Twent Twenttwo Twentytwo
two contestants started in the third an annual annual annual ¬
nual contest for the international tour tourlet tourIst tourlet
let trophy The total distance of the thfcourse tbfcourse thecourse
course was 241 u miles 5 furlongs and 118 118yards It Ityardtt 119yards
yards K K Courtls driving a twentyhorse twentyhorsepower twentyhorsepower twentyhorsepower
power Rever car won wonPrew wonPrew wonProw
Prew driving a Star car broke down at ata ata ata
a sharp turn near the quarter bridge bridgeHte brtdglJUs bridgeHIS
HIS mechanic was Wit seriously S4t1ou ly injured injuredCoatalen InjunflCoatalen injuredCoatalen
Coatalen driving a Coatalen car was in ineoilfefon incollision
collision at the Quarter Bridge Brld e and the thewh tllOwheels tuewheels
wh wheels ete of his automobile were smashed smashedCollier ImuhetlCoJJler amsstpejCoWer
Collier driving a Westastet car was wasoverturned wasoverturned wasoverturned
overturned on Snaefell The driver and andmechanic ItndrlleChanlc andmechanic
mechanic fortunately escaped injury InJur InJurlhele
There were several sever I other minor mishaps mishapsThe mishapsTue
The first contest for the international internationalheavy InternaUonalhetl Internationalhietivy
heavy hetl touring car trophy was also run runThere runThere runThere
There were nine competitors The dis distance dIstance rib ribbrace ¬
tance was M miles 3 furlongs furkJJl and SO SOyarns SfUds UIyards
yarns yards Uds The event was pulled p Ucd off in a aheavy ahea aheavy
heavy hea rain G P Mills 11I driving a thirty thlrt thlrttorse
horse power p wer BeestonHumber won His Htei Histime Illstime
i time wan seven hours and eleven minutes
PAST FREIGHT WRECKED WRECKEDSpreading WRECKEDSprc WRECKEDSproadhIa8
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Down steep Einlmnkment EinlmnkmentSpecial EmhnnkmcntS EnilmnkmefltSpecial
S Special to The WaAtogton Herald HeraldHagorstown lIstaidIlegorstown hnMHasorstown
Hagorstown Md Id May J0Tlie engine engineand ensineand engineand
and five cars of fast freight No 98 9S which whichleft whichleft whIchloft
left this city cll this morning wore wrecked wreckedon
on the Western Maryland Railroad in the theeast theeRSt theCast
east end of Shlppensburg Charles SI SISmith 11Smith MSmith
Smith englncman of Hagerstown lI geratown was wasJnstllntl wasInstantly ve veInstantly
Instantly Jnstllntl killed and Fireman Clarence ClarenceWiley ClarenceWiley ClarenceWlley
Wiley escaped by Jumping JumpingThe Jumph1trrhe junipingThe
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spreading throwing the engine down a atwentyfoot atwentyfoot atwentyfoot
twentyfoot embankment dragging the thecars thelalH thecars
cars with It it Engineman Smith was wascaught wascaught wascaught
caught tinder the engine Smith was wasfortyfive WIllSfortfive wagfortyfive
fortyfive years old and leaves a wife wifeand wifeAnd wifeand
and two children childrenEPISCOPAL chlldnBPISCOP C CEPISCOPAL
EPISCOPAL BPISCOP At COUNCIL ENDS ENDSDclccrntcA ENDSIJelcAntt1I ENDSelegntes
DclccrntcA Appointed lo is Genernl Con Convention Conentlnn ConVeiltissU ¬
vention nt Richmond Vn VnSpecial n nSfCh1 nSpecIal
Special to The TI Wafhbgtou lllleraW lllleraWStaunton HeraW HeraWStaunton head headSisunton
Staunton Va May 30The The Episcopal EpiscopalCouncil EpIIcoJMCounell IICONS1Council
Council of the diocese e of Southern Vir Virginia Vlrstnla Virginia ¬
ginia came to a close today In Trinity TrinityChurch Trlnlt TrlnltChurch TrinityChurelt
Church in this city Delegates to the thegeneral theseneral thegeneral
general convention which meets in Rich Richmond RiChmond Richmend ¬
mond next October were wen appointed ppelntedfolJows as asfollows asfollows
follows Revs R va J J Lloyd C B Bryan BryanW DIIUtW Bryanv
W v II IL Milton and ad R It C JeLl with the thefollowing thefollowiftg thefollowing
following alternates Revs Rev W A A It ItGoodwin It ItGoodwin ItGoodwin
Goodwin W A Barr F G Scott and awlA andA andA
A C Thompson The lay delegates are areW areW areIV
W B Martin E W Sansiden San ldera R It E EWithers EWltMr ItWithers
Withers and W W Old alternate C B BTuHstall BTUtttltali BTuuistall
TuHstall Jacob HefteMnger W V W Rob Robertson RobertlOn Robortson ¬
ertson and C J Faulkn Faulkner FltulknprRe FaulknerRev r rRev
Rev Re J J Lloyd of Lynchburg Lynchbu was wasmade wa wanwIe wasmade
made archdeacon Rrchde eon for special missionary mtastonarywork Inalooarwork missionarywork
work in South West Virginia Iflihda Ilk salary salarywas salarrwa salarywas
was wa fixed flx at 2000 000 per annum annum with withtraveling withUanJlng withttaveling
traveling expenses expensesVIRGINIA cxpens expensesVIRGINIA S SVIRGINIA
VIRGINIA LEAGUE LEAGUEYKSTBUUAYS LEAGUE1I LEAGUE1ISIlIhIIMYS
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1ortnmnntli 5 Norfolk 1 1Lyncliliuri 1Jjnehhur 11yiieli1iirj
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Itlchinoiul 4 IyncltlttirK Inchhur 4 4Jlnimokc 4toJllloIH 4ltsitiistkt
Jlnimokc f ii Dniivlllc 4 4Danville 4unll1c 4Ianvilie
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Danville nt HonnoUo HonnoUoSTANDING Ronnokc6TANDING HoanokeRTNDINO
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Speetel te Tte Wtahingtcai l Herald HeraldRichmond HenldRkbmond HeraldRichmond
Richmond Va a May 99 30Jack Jack Jack Grims Grimschampions Grim GrimcbamploruJ Grimschampions
champions and SinNers colts played each eachother eachother eachother
other to a standstill here this thl afternoon afternoonIn
In a teninning game the score standing standingfour standIngtour standingfour
four to four when Umpire Truby called calledthe calledthe calledthe
the game on account of darkness rkne Stew Stewart Stewart Stewart ¬
art pitched a good game for the visitors visitorsallowing Tl8ltonallo visitorsallowing
allo allowing but five hit bib while wb e 8UU for the thelocate thelocals thelocals
locate locals was q touched up eleven times timesRichmond U URlebJDOad timesRichmond
Richmond had the game won In t the ninth ninthwhen JdnOawhen ninthwhen
when Reeve made a wild throw to Must Shaffer Mustfor C Cfer ¬
fer allowing aJ1owI the tally that tied the thescore theecoFe thescore
score Score Scoreh4nchg
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Ina I lag tjame me to rnchburg LFb I The feature of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the game for the locals was wa a three threebagger thnebager threebagger
bagger by Kirkpatrick Salve pitched pttcMdIJood a agood agood
good game but had poor JtOOrup support Lack Lackof lAekof Lackof
of team work 01Jt waa responsible for the de defeat de deIt dofeat ¬
feat of the locate Score
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Norfolk Va May 3GThe The Tnaekera Tnaekeracaptured TnlcIumieaptured Tnuckenocaptured
captured the afternooa game S to 1 1 from fromthe ttoMthe fromthe
the TerCentennials on this t side of the theriver thet1ver theriver
river In the same me fashion that they won wonIn WORIn wasin
In the morning in PorUmo Portsmouthloose Portsmouth loose play playing playIng playlag ¬
ing on the part of the t locate betas the de deciding de decldlq dociding ¬
ciding factor Another attendance at of 4 4ar 4665 4665war W Wwar
war ar recorded Score
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Walsh h Pnrtsmouths P1tr NDOUtb new pitcher struck struckout ItruekIut struckout
out ten men m In the the morning mor game gain Four Fourthousand Fourthouand Fourthound
thousand people attended the game me Score ScoreK
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Sisal to TIN W Wadluagton V neUw Herald 1IWR04UHJke liuakLRoanoke HeraldRoanoke
Roanoke Va May 3d JDlloaAOIre Roaaoke and andDanville ADdDan1l11e andDanvHle
Danville split pitt even eve today the locals win winning winniag 1 1nlng ¬
ning the morning game m 1ft a ninthInning nlnthtnamgflnteh ninthInningftnlsh ninthInningflnIb
flnteh while Danville captured the after afternoon anernoon afternoon ¬
noon contest by opportune optOtt opportite hltttog hItUtt In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the morning game Manajger I Clark and andMcKevitt aOOIcKeltt andMcKevitt
McKevitt were chased off the grounds for forkicking forklehin forkicking
kicking klehin while two t o other players were werebanished werebanished werebanished
banished banishedMorning banishedlornlng banishedMornIng
Morning game
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Afwnoon game
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ST PETERS GETS ONE ONECnlpencr ONECullCnCr ONECnlpepcr
Cnlpencr Takes Afternoon n Gnme < by byScore liTSeorl layScore
Score of o 7 to O Ostftial 6ileclsi 5 5Sfertal
Sfertal to The aiiiHon herald HeraMCulpeper JllIakiCUlpeper heraldCuipeper
Culpeper Va May 18 30 3CThere There were two twogames twosamN twogameo
games of baseball played on the Culpeper Culpeperdiamond Culpeperdiamond Culpeperdiamond
diamond here between the St St Peters PetersSchool Pet PetersSchool en
School 001 team t08m of Washington and the Cul Culpeper Culpeper Culpeper ¬
peper team The morning mornln game went in infavor infav Infavor
favor r of St St Peters Pete School 0001 by a score of
13 to 1 The afternoon game which was wasfrom wasfrom wasfrom
from the first rst very ery exciting exelU and was waswon wuwon waswon
won by b Culpeper by score of 7 i to 8 S There Therewere Therewore Therewore
wore large crowds row 8 present at both games gamesThe pmeThe gamesThe
The following was the lineop of the theten theteRml theteams
I ten teams teRmlCulpeperCottingham teamsCulpeperCotthsgham me meCulpeper
Culpeper CulpeperCottingham Cottingham and Bnrgandlne Bnrgandlnepitchers Burp Ilurgandinepitchers ndl ne nepitchers
pitchers Rust R shortstop shor p Spicer right rightfield rlhtfield rightfield
field Burgandtne second base Wampler Wamplerleft Wamplerleft Wamplerheft
left field Payne third base lie Brown cen center center conten ¬
ter field Bimhong Busbo first base Nalle Nallecatcher Nalle Nallecatcher Naliecatcher
catcher catcherSt catcherSt catcherSt
St Peters School SchoolCAuliflower Cauliflower pitcher pitcherHurdle pitcherHurdle pitcherHurdle
Hurdle shortstop Zerkel right field fieldMadden fieldMadden fieldMadden
Madden second base Cauliflower left leftfield kftfted loftfield
field Maltory third base ba e CauHfloww CauHflowwcenter Caultftowercenter Cauflflowrcenter
center field Dampare Damp e first base Moffett Moffettcatcher JooIreUcatcher MoUeUcatcher
catcher catcherThe catcherThe
I
The feature of the second game was wasthe wastho wasthu
the superb pitching of BurgaHdina BurgaHdinaSine DurgflRdlneShlJ BurgandineSing
Sine nt Graven GravenSpecial GlnclISpecial Grar cat catSpedel
Special to Uw WaAtostod a bliiodllmld bliiodllmldnockville Htnld HtnldRockville iitrnldRockvilte
Rockville Md 111 May Iy atMcmorlal Day Daywas Daywas Daywas
was observed at the Rockville Cemetery Cemeterywith Cemeteryv1th Cemeterywitla
with the singing of sacred hymns bmn by a alarge alarge alarge
large chorus invocation by Rev Ernest ErnestL
L Woolfe woolre Wo eife pastor of the Rockville M E EChurch E EChurelt BChurch
Church South and an address by Thomas ThomasDawson ThomasDawson ThomasDawson
Dawson of the Rockville bar
NEWS 1ISOFALEXAMIA 1ISOFALEXAMIAVoters ES OF ALEXANDRIA ALEXANDRIAV
V Voters oters Await Instructions InstructionsRegarding InstructionsUegarding Instructionsflegarlillg
Regarding Primaries PrimariesSOME PrimariesSO PrimariesSOME
SOME SO E DEMOCRATS IN DOUBT DOUBTItcculnrx DOUBT1tlJuJnrH DOUBTltegtilarn
Itcculnrx Wlio ho Swerved from Ilnnkn nnnkto Ranksto Ilnnknto
to Cost Tliclr Ilnllot for President PresidentIlouftcvclt lrenidentJtooneeht I
Ilouftcvclt nooe H on Anxliiun 8 aixlutan Ilcncli hunchMe hunchMeauntmi Mc Mcmorinl
morinl Uny Un Services Held nt An Antlonnl Xntlunnl a ahaunt
haunt Ceinctcrj CciIuctcr3cw IVciv c Charter CharterWASHINGTON ChnrtcrA8111 ClinttenswtSliIMrO
WASHINGTON A8111 GTO HKUALU 31 ifittiD unSEAL BlKKAUHell nrItEUm unSEALIlell
m Hell 1 Tctephone IB IBOwner lISOnel U3I U3Ihrser
Owner at lrfaw and Ito Iloral l Street StreetAlexandria Streets StreetsAlexanllrJn StreetsAlexandria
Alexandria Vu May 30U IB I staled staledthat statedthat tKtedthat
that Chairman George G orse S Shackleford of ofthe ofthe oflie
the lie Democratic Dent < raUe Congressional Committee Committeewill CommItteewill Committeewill
will shortly limits instructions in detail as asto Allto asto
to who will be entitled to vote In the pri primary prllnar ptimnar ¬
lnar mary June 10 when a candidate for Con Congress Coosr ConGTeS ¬
gress sr will be 8 nominated Gen General ral rulea ruleato ruleato rulesto
to govern the contest have teen an announced annou anflounced ¬
flounced nou ed by b th the committee commltt but several severalquestions IeVralqUMUOII8 novena novenaquestions
questions as to their application have havearisen haveanno havearisen
arisen Among these II the Inquiry an to tothe tothe tothe
the exact exactiheeuiiiag heanlllg meaning of the rule that only onlyknown onlyknown onlyknown
known white Democrats will be permitted permittedto
to vote How this th applies to persons who whohava whohav whohays
hays generally voted the Democratic Democraticticket Democraticticket Democraticticket
ticket but who voted for President Roose Roosevelt evelt Rooseveil ¬
velt is one of the points on which infor information Inrormatlon informallen ¬
mation Is said to be desired desiredNo dlredNo desiredNo
No arrangements have yet been made madefor madefor madefor
for the primary at which a candidate for forthe rorthe forthe
the State senate will bo nominated This Thismatter ThismaUer Thiamatter
matter is decided by the chairmen of the theDemocratic tMDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic committees for this city and andthe analthe nd ndt
the t counties In the senatorial souat tliil district districtand lllatrlctnd distriCtand
and nd It is expected that Chairman Charles CharlesBendheim CharkBendbelm Charlesllendbeim
Bendheim of the Alexandria city c1t commit committee COIRmlttee committee ¬
tee tee will soon ask for a meeting of th thgeneral the thepneral thegeneral
general body to select a ditto The only onlycandidate onlyeaudldate onlycandidate
candidate in the fWd Is the Incumbent IncumbentSenator IncumbentSenator IncumbentSenator
Senator Lewis II Machen MacheiiHeld MachenIIclll MachenHeld
Held on Uiiuntinl Charge ClinrgeThe ChnreThe ChargeThe
The charge cbar e of miscegenation m genaUon is recorded recordedagainst recordedapJa recordedagainst
against t the names of o Levi Welch a awhite IlLwhite awhite
white man NIB and LIme Welch a colored coloredwoman eoioredoman coloredwoman
woman oman who are 18 locked up at the station staUonhouw stationhouse tatIonbouee
house awaiting an examination l ufore h teforeJitk uforeJustice fore foreJue
Justice Caton In the Pollee Court to tomorrow to tonaorrov tomorrow ¬
morrow morning morl g Specifically th the two twowho twowho twowho
who claim to have been > een married ma In Troy TroyK TroTN TroyN
N Y about two years 7 ra ago are accused accusedof
of violating the statute which makes mak It Itunlawful Itunlawrul Itunlawful
unlawful in Virginia for any white per person person person ¬
son and nay colored person f8OI1 to BO out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State and 1Id he married and then re return re return return ¬
turn and make their residence in Virginia VirginiaA
A penalty of confinement in JaIl not ex exceeding excHdIn cxcording ¬
cording < six months or a nne fine not exceed exceeding exceedlng ¬
ing 10 SOD is 1 provided for in the statute statuteThe MatuteThe statuteThe
The woman who bo was born in Alexan Alexandria Alexandria Alexsndna ¬
dna dria said today that she came here for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose e of visiting vtsittn her mother She Shesaid Shesaid Shesaid
said that she Had been living IIvI in Vermont Vermontand Vermontand Vermontand
and declared that it was not uncommon uncommonfor uncommonlor uncommonfor
for white awl colored people to inter intermarry intermarry Intermarry ¬
marry in that State Both the man and andthe IUMIthe andthe
the woman have been in this city only onlya
a short time and both assert that they theywere thewere theywere
were unaware una ware of violating vIoIaU the Virginia Virginiastatute VIrsIaIatKalute Virginiastatute
statute by returning to Alexandria AlexandriaKIiiK AlexandriaPhI AlexandriaPliijn
KIiiK PhI Ilnced on Mounds MoundsServices 1t1 louttdaServices rll rllSen1ee
Services were held this afternoon at the theNational theNational theNational
National Cemetery in observance of Me Memorial Memortal Memonlal ¬
mortal Day which bleb was also 180 marked in inthis InWI inthis
this city by a partial suspension uepe of bail business buaJnea bailaesa ¬
ness The banks and public oOfces were weredosed wereall wereclosed
dosed all day and In the afternoon the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public schools sits many of the business businesshouses buatneMhOUIIIetI boninesshonors
houses were closed A large crowd gath gathered pthend gathmed ¬
end at the National Cemetery at 3 oclock oclockand oclockand ii clock clockand
and listened to an address by Rev Dr DrW DrW Drw
W W Van Andale daIe pastor of Trinity TrinityMethodist TrtnJlJMethodist Thilt ThiltMethodist
Methodist Episcopal Church Rev Kdgar KdgarCarpenter EdprCarpenter itdgarcarpenter
Carpenter rector of Grace Bplscopal EpllcopalChurch lpiscopalChurch BplscopalChurch
Church offered the invocation Hymns Hymnsappropriate Hymnsappropriate Hymnsappropriate i
appropriate to the occasion were re sung sunga by bya b bbolr
a choir bolr and LIncoln Gettysburg address addresswas addreuwas addresswas
was read by WIlliam 1 Graves Grav Flowers Flowerswere FIoef8we1 Flowerswere
were strewn over the Braves ravell and a small smallHag smallflag n nnag
Hag was placed over each mound moundTwo moundTo moundTwo
Two Charters Granted flrnnledThe GrnntcflThe GrantedThe
The Cameron Steam Laundry of this thiscity Ualaelly thiscity
city has been granted a charter by the theState Utestate theState
State Corporation Commission The capi capital capital capitat ¬
tal stock is not to exceed SKW8 II nor to tobe tobe tobe
be leas than i BUN MM The incorponttora incorponttoraare Inc <
are W I 14 J Raminel J M 1 Daniel jr jrK JrEo JrIt
K Eo O Rammel and F E K Carter all of ofAlexandria ofAlexandria ofAlexandria
Alexandria the nrstnamed being bel presi president preeIdent pssaldent ¬
dent dentThe
dentThe
The corporation commission also grant granted minted granteel ¬
ed a charter to the W R It J JJ B Hen Henderson HenIIOII liendorsoit ¬
derson IIOII Company of this th city of which whichthe whichthe hich hichthe
the incorporators are J B Henderson HendersonR HendenonR
R W Hcndermu president pre ldBt II B Hen Henderson Hender Hendotson ¬
derson on and R L L Henderson Ilendenion all of ofWashington ofWas ofWashlngtost
Washington Was toft The capital stock is to range rangebetween rangebet rangebetween
bet between en WGMKW I0GOJ and f OiOO OiOOEmp1oN 0100 0100Employes O51dEmploy
Employes Employ of o the Washington Alexan Alexandria Alexandrla Alexansitis ¬
dria am and Mount Iount Vernon Hallway Com Company ComJNUlY Corniany ¬
pany who recently organised a local localonion Joealunion localunion
union have elected the following oIlmen oiBcersE IcenIEo oIlmenK
E Eo N Davidson president 3 s P Bell Bellvice Bell Bellvi Bellvice
vice vi president Cecil c n Hefty secretary secretaryCharles seeretAlTCharlel secretaryCharles
Charles Mowbray lob1l1 recording secretary secretaryand eretarraM secretaryand
and Peter Young treasurer treaaurerThe treasurerThe treasurerThe
The annual meeting of the Alexandria AlexandriaFreo AlexandriaFreo AlexandriaFree
Freo Kindergarten Association will be beheld beId beheld
held Id tomorrow evening at S oclock in inLee InIee
Lee Camp Hall Mrs r Andrews of Sem Seminary SemInary Soonlitany ¬
inary Hill HilI and Miss Mis US8 Holeman and Mr MrGniel MrGnIel Ir IrGnkf
Gniel of o the Neighborhood H HWashington 1 HpOse ill illWublngtoJI liiWashington
Washington will make short aoaressea aoaresseaThe addresses adtlreaeThe addressesThe
The music will be furnished by Mrs M Hal Halfish 111bb lintfish
fish and Mrs Wools WoolsW WoolsIV YoolsW
W R R Mason t on wen en the prize at the thenUAI an annual annued ¬
nual reading reAdln contest of the students of the theUpteropal theHp theEpiscopal
Episcopal Hp opa Theological Seminary SemhAr last night nightThe nlghlThe nightThe
The judges were Dr L M 1 Blackford BlackfordArthur Blaekrordrthur BlackfordArthur
Arthur rthur Gray Gra H lIe R Burke E S Lead Leadbeater Leadbeater Leadbeater
beater and Mr Ir McQuary McQuaryA l1CQuarA
A musical and literary literar entertainment entertainmentwill el1t4 entertainmentwilt rtAInlJMnt rtAInlJMntwill
will be given under the auspices of the theAlexandria theAIundria theAlexandria
Alexandria Division DII on Ancient Order of ofHibernians ofHI ofiiberniafls
Hibernians HI rnhln8 at the Young Youn Mens Sodality Sodalityi SodalityLyceum
i Lyceum I um next Saturday evening evenl at S Soclock SocJock Soclock
oclock when an address s will be deliver delivered d delivered lIer lIered ¬
ed by b Judge J ge J 1 T Kelley Kene of Milwaukee MilwaukeeWte MilwaukerWin IIIwaukeW IIIwaukeSurJclin
Win WteSurKciiit W WinSnrgcaii
SurKciiit and Hospital tlu IIUnt llcntl Wed WedHptebl IVealMyers cd cdSptlal
Hptebl to I The Washington WIIkIIl Herald HeraldAniiapotie HeraldAnApoIbJ IlsanlilAnnapolis
Annapolis Md d May Ma 3D UIA A wedding of ofinterest orIntere ofinterest
interest t and which was a surprise to the thefriends thefrielMls thefriends
friends of the contracting ontr ctlng parties took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place in St Annes Episcopal Church An Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis ¬
napolis today toda when Miss Uss Milticent MilticentGeare 1tUnieflltGeare MillicentGeare
Geare a trained nurse formerly formerl of Balti Baltimore Baltimore Haitimore ¬
more but for more than a year ettr superb superintendent luperlntendent superbtendent
tendent of the Annapolis Emergency Hos Hospital Hospltal liesitItal ¬
pital became the bride of Dr Page Ed Edmunds Edmunds Edmunds ¬
munds a surgeon fer the Baltimore and andOhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio Railroad RailroadKnilroail Railroadnnllrllrllt Railroadilalinnail
Knilroail Station hunted IlnriicdSpec IJnrncdSprdal huntedt
Spec Sprdal to t The Wathingtan Wa lti husk HeraWI IhmldH8 huskhlsgemstown
I Hagerstown H8 rslown Md May I 30Fire Fire this Uitemornhig thismorning thinmorning
morning destroyed the station at James Jamesthis Jamesthis Jamesthis
this county ount on u the Norfolk orfolk And Western WesternRailroad WcsteornRallrtmd WesternRailroad
Railroad causing < a lose of 1000 A quan quantity qUAnUtr quantity ¬
tity of flour was burned C M 1 Myers Myersagent llersnt Myersagent
agent nt is unable to account for the origin or1ginor originoftheflre
I of oftheflre the fire fireAcnr firelCII
Acnr lCII eflr rJohn John Ilrotvai Fort FortSpecial Fortto < ort ort8pda1
Special to The Wa Washington IIingle1 < Herald HeraldHarpers lhnldI1nrpers Ileraklintporn
Harpers Ferry W Yo Va May la 30The 30TheSons The TheSons TheSons
Sons of Jonndab and the Odd Fellows Fellowsmarched IleJQsmarched Fellowsmarched
marched to the Lutheran and Harpers Harperscemeteries Harperseemeterles llarperscemeteries
cemeteries and strewed the graves with withflowers withflowers 1th 1thflowcrs
flowers An oration was delivered by byRev b bRev byRev
Rev James Hugh Kecjcy KCfJe
FINANCIAL I FINANCIAl FINANCIAlTHE FINANCIALITHE
THE THEWASHINGTON THEWASHINGTON THEWASHINGTON
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COMPANY COMPANYCapital COMPANYClpltal COMPANYCapital
Capital and Surplus 1600000 1600000Allows 1600000Allows 1600000I
I L Allows interest on deposits subject to check checkAccepts chcckAccepts checkJi4J
ji Ji4J n t Accepts Trusts created creat d by Will or otherwise otherwiseManages otherwiseManages
Manages Property as agents for the owners ownersvaults ownersRents ownersRentsSafes
Rents RentsSafes Safes and Stores StorcsValuables Valuables in fireproof fireproofvaults fireprootvaults
vaults vaultsFurnishes vaultsFurnishes vaultsFurnishes
Furnishes Letters of Credit for Travelers and andIssues andI andvt
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WALL STREET TAKES HOLIDAY HOLIDAYYesterday HOLIDAYI HOLIDAYYeltterdsy HOLIDAYYesterday
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Yesterday broken bankers and land busineae landflees l lneJ
flees men in Wall street and throughout throughouttlto throughouttho
the country OOuRtrr generally observed the na nations DRtJos areiotas ¬
tions holiday With th th exception of the theCotton theCotton theCotton
Cotton Exchange Exchn in New Orleans the thelock thetuck thestock
stock lock and grain boards carried the clotting clottingquotations clo cloningquotations lng lngqootaUoDli
quotations of the previous day and the thepits thept thep1t
pits p1t in front fron fmuuC were lre silent aft II the deserted deaertedstreets dHrtldtreets desertedstreets
streets outside Business will be re resumed r rumed resumed ¬
sumed today todayCELEBRATES toda todaOELEBRATES tothryCELEBRATESITS
CELEBRATES CELEBRATESITS ITS CENTENNIAL CENTENNIALUnlvcriltr OENTENnIALUnhcrdty CENTENNIALUniversity
University of Maryland lnrlnnd Oluicrvcn OluicrvcnOne Ohllcr1CIInne ObacricatOne
One Ilnndrcdth lllrthdny lllrthdnySfMeial hlirthialnyuiwdal
SfMeial 1 to The WaaWngton UeeiH UeeiHBaltimore IIIIIBaltimore HuskBaltimore
Baltimore May JONo No more imposing imposingevent Imposingevent imposingevent
event ban occurred in Baltimore in man manYNI1I manyyears many manyyears
years than the centennial c ntenDIa1 celebration of ofthe otth of1he
the University of Maryland which began begantoday beglUJtod7 betantoday
today and will in continue up to and in including Includhlg Ineluding ¬
eluding next Sunday Todays activities activitiescentered acUvlUeiIcentered activitiescentered
centered in and around the historic old oldhulMiag oldhutldlag oldbuilding
building with its massive white columns columnsat
at Lombard and Greene streets streetsThe atreetsThe streetsThe
The opening exercis exercises e were held in the theanatomical theanatomical theanatomical
anatomical hall Prayer was offered by byRev byRev byfor
Rev John Timothy Stone Ston StoneS pastor of ofBrown ofBrown ofBrown
Brown Memorial Church and Dr John JohnC JohnC JohnC
C Hcmmeter chairman of the centennial centennialcommittee ctnt centennialbammittee nnlal nnlaltommlttee
committee delivered the theopening opening address addrwwHe addrHtJHe addressHe
He was followed by Dr Samuel C Chew Chewaad Chewaad Chewand
aad J Harry Tregoe The latter is presi president pr8ident president ¬
dent of the General Alumni Association AMOdaUoTonlgbt AssociationsTonight AssociationTonight
Tonight there were several class ban banquela banquea banquota
quota quelaTwentyeight queatwentyelght quotaTwentyeight
Twentyeight honorary degrees will b bconferred b bC beconferred
conferred C ftfer tomorrow and while hUe the list listwlU listWilt
Wilt 111 not be given out in advance adra ftnte it te I In Intimated InUmaled intimated ¬
timated that some gentlemen enUemen of local localprominence Ioalprominence locallrondnence
prominence may be honored Tomor Tomorrows TomorroAS Tomarrews ¬
rows event is the annual commencement commencementof
of all the th th departments of the university universityand unlverattyand universityand
and will be held beldat at the Lyric LyricThis I LyricThis yrlc yrlcThIll
This will ill be the largest commencement commencementever
ever held h 1d by by the university because Its Itsown Itsown itsown
own departments will graduate together togetherfor tog togetherfor tlMr tlMrfor
for the first time In addition to the re recently re recenUy nocetitly ¬
cently affiliated St St Johns College of Aa Aanapolis Aa Aanapolls Annatiolls
napolis There will m be 317 7 men to receive receivesheepskins ree8fflabeep receiveabeepokins
sheepskins abeep k1n classified as follows Bachelor Bachelorof
of arts ar l 28 doctor of medicine C bach bachtor lMcbI bachIon
Ion of laws Jaw 70 doctor of dental surgery surgerySI
SI doctor of pharmacy 31 i total totalCHANkS 3 3CHANGES m mOHANGES <
CHANGES IN TEACHERS TEACHERSAnnouncement TEAOHERSAnllollnccmcnt TEACHERSAiinouncenteut
Announcement Mndc by b Commission Commissioner Commlt lon lonerll ¬
erll er of MoiitK 3IolltJoll1er mery County ConntjSpecial Count CountSpedal Countyto
Special to rite Waahington II Herald HeraldRockvillf I11cLRoekIIIE heed heedRockvlile
Rockvillf Md May aOThe board of ofpublic ofpublic ofpublic
public school commissioners for Montgom Montgomery Montgomcry Iontgomery ¬
ery County accepted the resignations of ofMtas oCI ofMiss
Miss I M E E Gllltw as principal of the theschool the8Cboo1 theschool
school at Cedar Heights Heights and Miss Flora FloraP FloraP j jP
P Hyatt as principal of the school at atElmer atElmer atItlmer
Elmer also the resignations of the fol following folJo1nr lotlowing ¬
lowing trustees Ledoux E Riggs Goshen Goshenschool Gosb Goshenschool n nechool
school John Jones Elmer school F F L LWilson L LWll LWilson
Wilson Wll on Burtonville school hooI W J Wil Williams WiIUamll IVilllama ¬
llama Sugarland school Dr Eugene EugeneJones EugeneJones
Jones Kensington Keulngt n school The board has hasappointed basappointed hasappointed
appointed trustees for the schools schoolsthroughout schoolsthroughout
throughout the county making JnAkln very ery few fewchanges fe fechan fewchanges I
changes changesThe chan changesThe
chanThe
The appointment of the following teach teachers teaterens ¬
ers to represent npf t the county lOWIt at the annual annualmeeting annualmeeting annualmeeting
meeting of the State Teachers Associa Association A8SOC1alion Association ¬
tion has been announced annou Misses I Xora J JRabMtt JRabbUt JJtblMtt
RabMtt Maud Dugent Du nt Ella V I Bicker RlckerLlltttt RickerLith BickerLlihie
Llltttt M Green AUk Bart BartgIs pis Amanda AmandaQdtath AmandaGrlatth AmandaGrindib
Qdtath and Lena V Toteon and Ira C CWnltacre CVthltacrt CWhitacre
Wnltacre F W Watkins atklns and Robert RobertStout W WStout WStout
Stout Stoutd
J 1 M BARR ACCEPTS ACCEPTSFormer ACCEPTSFormer ACCEPTSFormer
Former Senbonril President to Direct DirectJamestown DirectJUrilClltOWII BitcutJzLflientoun
Jamestown Bxpnsition BxpnsitionSperial Rxpollltlonto lixponitioniled
Sperial to Tk The WaAtegtoa W Herald HeraldNorfolk Henidorfolk HeraldNorfolk
Norfolk orfolk Va May Ia 30James James James M Barr Barrformer BtuTformer Barrformer
former president pre8id nt of the Seaboard Air AirLine AirLine AirLine
Line Railroad and a close business aseo aseociate YOelate assoelate
elate of Thomas F F Ryan announced nnou this thisafternoon tlttsaCternoon thisafternoon
afternoon that he would accept pt the theUl place placeurged placeurged
urged Ul ed on him by the board of governors governorsof
of the exposition No official announce announcement JUaBOUDettment announcemeat ¬
ment on the subject has been made by byth 11 11tile bythe
th tile xpoettloH nxpoItioaboard board of o governors and it itto Itfa itIs
to not yet known what Mr Barrs offletal offletaldesignation oIIkialdHipatlon odlelaldesignation
designation will be but It is generally generallybelieved gtftHatiJIeved generallybelieved
believed Ieved that he will have much author authority authorit ¬
ity it if not supreme up ne In directing the man management managel matsagement ¬
agement ftto of the exposition expositionThe lxpoIJltkMtThe expoatticeThe
The appointment and acceptance of Mr MrBarr MrBarr Ir IrBarr
Barr are a guarantee that the t torth fiSMM fiSMMworth 100566 100566worth
worth orth of bonds of the exposition have havebeen ha habeen harebeen
been placed and also that the exposition expositionwfll expo expositionwill lUon lUonwOI
will be speedily completed completedSlnK completedSIIIJ completed5lng
SlnK Stnr Spangled SIHII lelt Hnmier HnmierStiedal UnnncrSpdal lbnnnerSprdal
Stiedal to The WatfunntoM IUD HeraM HeraMFrederick UmJdFredeJick UtraIdFrederick
Frederick Md May 30 aMemorial Memorial sonY services sonYieee rY rYIee ¬
ices were held Id at Mount Olivet Cemetery Cemeteryunder Cemeterrunder Cemeteryunder
under the auspices of Reynolds R ynoJds Post Post No NoJ NoI o oG
J G A R R the Sons of Veterans Com Company ComPM Cornflftfl3 ¬
pany PM A Maryland hlr NuHl National Guard and andHigh andHIgh andhhigh
High School Sc ool Cadets Camp No 17 P 0 0S OS 0S
S of A the councils of o the 0 U A M Mthe Mthe Nt1re
the Daughters of the American Revolu Revolution RevoluUoo RevoluRon ¬
Ron and Daughters D ughtlrs of Liberty Ritualis Ritualistic Ritu Rltualiatic lls llstic ¬
tic services rvlretl were held at the lots of the thepoets thepoets thepoets
poets and the Sons of Veterans after afterwhich afterwhich afterwhich
which the entire procession marched ma hed to tothe tothe tothe
the monument of Francis Scott Key Keywhere Keywhen Keywhere
where the Star Spangled Banner was wassung wassung wassung
sung by b a chorus of the members of the theLadies thelAdies theLadies
Ladies Auxiliary and an addrse add on High HighPatriotism lUShPatriotism highPatriotism
Patriotism was delivered by b Rev Will William WillIam Will1stn ¬
iam Hammond Parker ParkerInrndc Parker11nrude ParkerIarzisle
Inrndc in Innnciinliipr JoltnconhlJS InnnciinliiprSfeefel
S Sfeefel I to The WasfttogtoH IJII Herald UenULonaconlng HeraldLOU8COnlng lIstcaLoinaconing
Lonaconlng Md Id May iIR M Memorial Day Dayexeretees D Dexercl8es Dayexercises
exercises were wr in charge of McPher McPherson McPherson McPherson
son Post Po t G A R and of the Army Armyand Armyand Armyand
and Navy Y Union The organizations after afterdecorating lifterdecoraUn afterdecorating
decoraUn decorating the graves grav In the various cent cemeteries centeter centetertes ¬
eteries eter paraded the principal streets streetsheaded strootsheaded streetsheaded
headed by b the Lonaconing City Cft Band Bandhalting BandhalUng Bandhalting
halting at the Brady Bmd House Hou porch po h where whereaddresses whereRddr whereaddresses
addresses Rddr es were delivered by b F Brooke BrookeWhiting BrookeWhiting BruokeWhiting
Whiting and Arch A Young of the Cum Cumberland Cumberland um umberland ¬
berland liar liarCarried bArnlrrJCll S Slarrled
Carried nt Iluckvlllc IluckvlllcSfMcial UoelnlltcSpecial hiocksilleS1ndul
Special to The Washington VekIStCO Gts llewfcL llewfcLRockvllle lIen lIenRocllIIe herald heraldRoclvhile
Rockvllle Md Id May SiOscar IL Eear William WilliamH WlllktmHtl WIlliamHean
H Htl Hean m of Mallory N Y and Miss Anmi AnmiClara AnooClara nnu nnuClara
Clara Donohoe of o Greenville S S C were weremarried Wfternarried weremarried
married here today by b Rev Rc Philip B BMcGuire BlcCuJre BMeGidre
McGuire pastor of St St Marys Iar s Catholic
Church the ceremony ceremon being performed performedat
at the home of the minister ministerXefrrncM minIsterJIO ministerIegroes
XefrrncM JIO 4 at Snllxlmry SnllxlmrySpecial Snllllhnr SnllllhnrSptcial SallahatirySpend
Special to The Waibugten alltiU Herald HeraldSalisbury HeraldS lIstaIdSaltsbury
Salisbury S l bury N C May hlT 30 3ODecontUon 3ODecontUonDay 10DecorationDay Decoration DecorationDay
Day was wa observed o rvcd here today todl by more morethan morethan morethan
than 5000 negroes who covered the 12000 12000graves 1QOOgraves 12000graven
graves of Union soldiers with flowers The Theannual Theapnual Theannual
annual apnual address s was made by Rev L W Yo YohitS
hitS of Winston
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Baltimore Md May Iay 39 StAttorney Attornoy Attom Gn Gneral 11 11e1IIl e eoral
oral Charles J Bonaparte tonight tonigidreesed < 1 1d idroed
dreesed d Lincoln Post of the Grand Gran Vrry Vrryof ITJ ITJof rr y yof
of the Republic the only colord rg rglaation rglaUon rgiitlon5
laation iitlon5 iitlon5of of Its kind in the city H tUte IIthe > w < s sthe
the only oOly white hU man present pn exempt excsptsecretary < s ssecretary sI
I secretary Cleveland Manning wi wlicompanled 1011comlnled wicompanied >
companied him and a a newspaper man mansent man8ent mansent
sent to report the speech speechMr speechMr speechMr
Mr Bonaparte told his h audIence th th1t th1tIte tVtthe t the
he wag W9 proud of hte b aIai work In defeating th thplans t11 t11plans t tplans
plans of the Democrats D moerala in itar 8rlanJ > > Iand ti tidiBfranchfee t1dbCrallChlle tidisfranchise
disfranchise the negro and that If < > pr rfr rfrtunltT pPrtunlty < r rt
t unity alters be will UI apIa take up i tVlr tVlrvause t V V4aue t tute
vause vauseIllnc 4aueIlhu ute uteIIlnl
Illnc Ilhu nnd Gray < irn rnl Join In Service ServiceSpwial SerItto ServiceSiveict
Spwial to TW WMMastoa W llewU llewUCumberland 11 11Cumberland 1lesMCumberland
Cumberland Md May HThe Thf > rnfri rnfrierate fd fdrate
erate rate Veterans Vetera joined with Tyler Post Ps P s N Na
a 5 Grand Army rmy of the Kejniblic R blk in Ino r robervance n nob
ob o obervance orvHnce of o Memorial Day thf tl1 < x xctoes xelMs Ycl
elMs cl es lin being held In ROM Hill HillThe 11 t tThe > t tThe
The Union Veteran Legion and nd tli tlirang tI tIvans I Ilns
rang of the SpanishAmerican Spal 8hAmertc n war ar i 1 1In 1 1In Iin
In the exercises all n marching ma In H all allROe b bRose I s sBone
Rose Hill Cemetery where the th gr gn 3 3were 3wer Iwere
were wer decorated d rated The Cumberlanl t ICorp i iCorps 1Corp
Corp headed hc eod the parade and in Ii liii in intwo II IItwo > w wtwo >
two wagons In which rode young E Eappropriately 1apDlUpriately gappropriately
appropriately attired representing reprsaentltrgStates t tStates tStates
States of the Union The address nt K KHill flHill c cHIU
Hill Cemetery was wa delivered by R Rt Rv r B BF E EF 4F
F Clarkson Clarbon of Union Bridge Md MdGrcnt MdGrcnt MdGreat
Grcnt Crowd nt WInchesterSaeisl Winchester WinchesterSficrM lnchctlrl
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Winchester 1ne ter Va May aMemori11x aMemori11xeretes Memoriil x xerdaes tctdarn
erdaes were held over o r the 45W 6 Union 1nlondiers Uniotdieta v 1 1dters
dters graves in National aUonal Cemetery rv I1 < W Wt r rU8
t U8 B auspkea of Mulligan Post PoetS Crirl CrirlArmy lrjrIArmy ld ldArmy <
Army of the Republic A great crowd crow w3 w3present w5proent 5 5prliScrit
present and heard a patriotic address addressRev addresRev ddr lv lvRev >
Rev W D McCurdy of Martlnsl lartinkrVR lartinkr IartinshircIV r rLnrprent
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Don in Washington larger by thou thousands thlsands th thsands ¬
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