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12 TIi THE WASHINGTON VV TIMES WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 3 1905 190
ROCKVILLE ROCKVILLEHAS FAIR FAIRHAS
HAS GREATExhibits GREAT START STARTExhibits
Exhibits Full and Com Complete Complete Com1Mete
plete Today TodayFINE oday odayFIN 1 1FINE
FINE FIN E HORSES H 0 R SE S ENTERED ENTEREDPopularity ENTEREDPopularity ENTEREDPopularity
i
Popularity of Annual Event Has So In Incrc Increased I Icreased
creased crc aed As to Make More Build Buildings Buildings Buildings ¬
ings a Necessity NecessityROCKVILLE NecessityROCKYILLE NecessityROCKVILLE
ROCKVILLE Md Id Aug 2 23 2The 2TheRockville The TheRockville j jRockville
Rockville fair opened Here yesterday yesterdayunder yesterdayunder I Iunder
under the most favorable circumstan circumstances
ces A full exhibit In every ever depart department department ¬ j jment
ment has met the expectation of the themanagement themanagement I Imanagement
management and It was found nec necessary necessary ¬
essary essar to turn away some stock on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of Inability to provide stallsand stalls stallsand
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and pens for them themSeveral themSeveral themSeveral
Several years ago when the present presentgrounds presentgrounds
grounds and buildings were enlarged enlargedto I
to accommodate the Increased demands demandsfor demandstor demandsfor
for more extensive exhibitions It was wasthought wasthought waythought
thought that no further Improvements Improvementswould improvementswould improvementswould
would be required for many years yearsbut yearsbut yearsbut
but yesterday estertla demonstrated that the theassociation theassociation theassociation
association has made 11u1 < le mends of all allcomers allo allcomers
o comers and If It is to continue to toprogress toprogres toprogress
progress more ground and more build buildIngs bulldIngs buildings
Ings will soon be necessary necessaryThis necessaoThis necessaryThis
This fair association has had a won wonderful wonderful wonderful ¬
derful history histor starting as It did fiftytwo fifty fittytVto fiftytwo
two years ago with only a quartermile quartermilerace
race track and a few small houses housesThe houseslhe housesThe
The present twentyfive acres of ofground orground ofground
ground the greater portion of which whichIs
Is covered with large oak and chest chestnut chestnut chestnut ¬
nut trees and the halfmile race racecourse raceco racecourse
course co course rse and the splendid baseball baseballgrounds baseballgrounds basebalgrounds 1
grounds In the ring has brought ex exhibitors exhibItorS exhibitors ¬
hibitors and horsemen as never before beforeOfficials beforeOfficials beforeOfficials
Officials Are Busy BusyPresident BusyPresident BusyPresident
President Lee Offutt and Secretary SecretaryBogley SecretaryBogle SecretaryBogley
Bogley are the two busy men on the thegrounds thegrounds thegrounds
grounds Each has his corps of assist assistants a55i3tIInts assistants ¬
ants looking after the arrangement of ofexhibits ofxhibits ofexhibits
exhibits which began early yesterday yesterdayMusic yesterdaY1usic yesterd ty tyMlslc
Music 1usic for the occasion is being fur furnished rUlnlshed fur furnished ¬
nished by b the Woodsboro Cornet Band Bandof Bandof Band Bandot
of Frederick county Md which Is con considered contildered consldered ¬
sidered one of otthe the best in this StateThe State StateThe Staterile
The horse show this year has far sur surpassed surpas surpassed ¬
passed pas ed that of any any year heretoforeThere heretofore heretoforeThere heretoforerhere
There are about 123 l2 race horses and andover andover an anover d
over 200 quick and heavy heav draft In the thestables thetitables th thstables e
stables At an early hour yesterday ail ailstalls ailI5tallS ai aistalls 1 l
stalls had been taken and open pens penswere penswere 1
were used In the shade of the groves grovesAs grovesAs I
As 18 is usual at all country fairs there thereare thereare ther therare e i
are t0 to be found upon the grounds side sideshows i ishows
shows Ijho sfakers fakers games o chance f and andscience andoClence an an2eience d l L I
science gypsy tents and the like likePublic lUtePtbUc likePttbIIC
Public entertainment has been pro provided proidcd provided ¬
vided idcd by the association for the after afternoons afternoons ¬
noons ta addition to the racing The TheSerranno Therrano Th ThSrrranno e J
Serranno rrano troupe Roman ladder experts expertsand expertsand expertsand J i I
and novelty noyeJt aerialists who perform performpymnastlcs perlormymna performgymnastics l
gymnastics ymna suct before b cfore the grandstand dailyand dally dallyand
and the real novelty novelt May Leon with her hertrained hertralntd he hetrained z
trained show pets give the people a good goodshow goodshow goo gooshow d i i
The Best Horses HorsesThe gorseshe I Iihe
The he racing this year will include some someor someof >
of the best b t horses hor es now going the cir circuits cirtufts ¬
tufts < ultsof of this country Red Rock < owned ownedby ownedby I I
by John Seely ot o Loudoun Loudoun county Va VaUio Vac
c Uio 110 is entered tcr one of the events eventsis eventsIs
is isalgo also scheduled chedul d for the coming rac racing racIllS rating ¬
ing soon to take place in New York YorkThe YorkIhe YorkThe
The unbeaten beaten McPonso owned by FIt F FIt
It 1 Keys is is here expecting to carry carryotf carr Carroff f
off 01 his usual honors honorsA honorsfew
A few of the leading exhibitors of ofheavy orl o oenvy r
heavy l ay draft horses are W V M Williams WilliamsK YHUamsH
K J Rlcketts James Reed H HllaU A AIteall Alirall
Iteall Irving Mulllcan William H Rab Rabl RabLltt Rabbitt
l Lltt > ltt Charles Veirs J W y Graff and andWelsh andelci an anWeIt d 1
Welsh elci Brothers BrothersSome BrothersSome
Some leading ha ing exhibitors of quick drahorses drai draihorses drafh f i
horses h rH3 are W V J Umstead C H Harriss HarrissJ i
J A Kemp frank l < rank S Ward Thomas Thomaslilekman ThomasHickman IbomaslUckman
lilekman lUckman J C Burns Rezin Offutt J JA JHenderson JA
A Henderson and John E Eiluncastcr EiluncastcrLending MuncasterLeading Muncaster MuncasterLeading
Leading exhibitors of hogs cattle cattleand cattleand cattleand
and sheep heep are F 1 < R Keys Ke s T T r Graff GraffW GratB Graffw
W B Trundia E C Keys H C Faw Fawcett FaWcett Fawcett
cett Joseph Nicholson L L Green GreenM L LLi l lM
M Waters Vate Jr Charles G Holland Z ZM 6 6M
M 1 Cooke Walter olter C Platt M Yohn YohnJ i ohn ohnJ
J K Muncaster William K Jones JonesE JonesE
E N Shorb O B Williams Alexander AlexanderGarrett Ale3anderGitrrett AlexandeGarrett r
Garrett GarrettTne GitrrettrIle GarrettThe
rIle poultry show this year has over overfilled oerfillet overfilled ¬
filled the new poultry hall and an over overflow ovortioV overflow ¬
flow tent has beta bel n erected outside of ofthe ofthl o othe f
the building to accommodate the fowls fowlsA fow13A fowlsA
A number of large coops are also used usedfor use usefor lsedfor d
for such as as geese turkeys ducks and andpets an anpets nd ndpets d
pets
Domestic Exhibits ExhibitsIn
In the main exhibition hall are to be befound befound b bfound E
found all that pertains to farm productsthe products productsthe productsthe
the kitchen kit hen and domestic manufactures manufacturesThe manufactures111e manufacturesThe
The department is under the supervisioof supervision supervisionof n 1
of T r W v Welsh on the first floor and andMiss andUss an anMiss d
Miss Uss Ada Warfield and Mrs Addle AddleGreen AddiGreen d ie ieGreen e
Green and their assistants on the secand sec second second ¬
ond floor In this building buildin is also to tofound be befound betopnd > e
found the musical display one of th thleading the theleading th6loading e a
leading displays being that of E F FDroop FDroop I IDroop
Droop Sons of Washington WashingtonWhile WashingtonWhile WashingtonWhile
While yesterday was mainly inainl a day of ofarrangement otarrangement o oarrangement f
arrangement the gate receipts showed showedthe showedth shone shonethe d 1
the th attendance was above that of the thesame tIleJiam6 th thsame e
same day last year which was cpnsid cpnsidered cpnsidred considered 1
ered red a success at that time Many Ohin more morecounty moreounty mor morcounty e i
county people attended than was wa usual usualThis usualIhls usualThis I
This was accounted a counted fur Because Decau e of th thfact the thefact theE e e
fact that a hotly y contested game e of ofbaseball o obaseball ef f
eaJ aJ aJRockille
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baseball b between ht the t Poolesvllle and andRoekville an anRockville d 1
Rockville teams was on the program of ofthft otthl o othe It t
the afternoons sport sportEarly sportEarly sportEarly
Early this morning the judges began begantheir be bega begatheir an antheir n i
their work of awarding the premiums premiumsThis premiumlhls premiumsthis
This continued continu until after the noon hourAt hour hourAt hourAt r
At 930 a m the grand cavalcade began beganlasting beganasUng beganlasting
lasting for about two hours The raceWere races racesverft race rncpwtore
Were called at 1230 There were three threeevents threeentsa threeeventsa
events entsa a 222 2 = pace 215 15 trot and a aopenforall an anopenforall anopenforall n 1
openforall run runMISS runM1SS runMISS
MISS ISABEL TURKENTON TURKENTONIS
IS LAID TO REST RESTThe RESTihe RES RESThe T r 1
The funeral of Miss Isabel DeSoles DeSolesTurkenton DeSalesTurkenton DeSulesTurkenton
Turkenton took place this morning fro froher from fromher fromher m
her late late residence 1B12 Thirtythird Thirtythirdstreet Phi rhlrtvthirdstreet rtythi rtythistreet
street northwest t the Rev Re Father Har HarHn HarUn Ha Haho r
Hn pastor of Holy Trinity Catholic CatholicChurch Cathol1cChurch Cathol I l E EChurch
Church officiating Interment was UI in inHoly inHoly I IHoly n
Holy Rood Roo Cemetery CemeteryMiss Cemeteryliaw CemeteryMiss
Miss liaw Turkenton 1 was the daughterEdward daughter of ofEdward atEdu
Edward Edu Turkenton and the late Mar Margaret Ma Magarct OIarglIlct r ¬
garet C Turkenton She died 1ed at Georgtown George Georgetown Giorgetown e ¬
town University Unl jty Hospital Ho pltal where she ha habeen had hadbeen hadbeen d
been under und r treatment trtatn iit for Some weeks weeksMiss weeksMiss ceks ceksMIltS
Miss TurkerUon had been a a teacher ti aaher In Inthe inthe 1 1the n
the public seio sehoeis Js S of Georgetown George uwn for forquite t tquite Or Orquite Ir r
quite a 11 period periodOne periodOne periodOne
One Way and Round Trip to Californiand California Californiaj a
j and nd Portland Portlandvia via Land of the Sky Sic Look Lookiut LoolcoIut LootBrut
Brut iut Mountain and Memphis Berth Berth JS50 JS50without SS5 SS5wlthout S SWithout
without change ctanr han l Washington to Calitofurl Callror Callrorjiia CaUtorIIU
furl IIU Personally P rsoual1 conducted So Ry R So SoIneiHc SoPI S Siactflc o
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MODERN RN KNIGHTS OF VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND MEASURE LANCES LANCESFOR LANCESFOR I
FOR PRIVILEGE OF CROWNING QUEEN OF LOVE AND BEAUTY
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KN IGHTS IGHTSBattle ON dNTO ON TO VICTORY VICTORYBattle
Battle With Lance for Privilege Priv legeof of Crowning QueenFought Queen QueenFought QueenFought
Fought to Successful Finish at River RiverView View Where WhereAnnual WhereAnnual WhereAnnual
Annual Tournament Was Held
With the band playing patriotic music musicand musicand
and hundreds of gay ga flags waving wavingtwelve wavingtwelve j jtwelve
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twelve gallant knights tilted for little littleelusive littleelusive I Ielusive
elusive rings in the nineteenth annual annualtournament annualtournament annualtournament
tournament at River View yesterady yesteradythough yesteradythough esterndythough
though the riding was not up to the theusual theusual theusual
usual standard The horses did not run runsteady runsteady rutsteady
steady and the knights experienced diffi difneulty difficulty difficulty ¬
culty in getting their lances to connect connectwith connectwith connectwith
with the rings rmssL rmgsL ringsL
L D Love of Maryland and W v LClark I IClark L LClark
Clark of Virginia were tied for first firstplace firstplace firstplace
place Eight of the contestants tied tiedfor tiedfor tiedfor
for third The ties were ridden off and andL andL andL
L L D Love won first place and to him himcame himcame
came the honor of crowning the Queen Queenof Queenl
of Love and Beauty Beaut W Y L Clarkwas Clark ClarkI
was as second Tom Head of Virginia Virginiathird Vlrgintathird Virginiathird
third and J S Blanfbrd of Maryland Marylandi
fourth
The riders were knighted as follows followsV I IV
V L Hurron of Washington Knightof Knight Knightof
of Washington Boy L 1 D Love of ofJ ofI ofMaryland I
Maryland Knight of Maryland T Ti 1 1J
Gptcs of Maryland iIar land Knight of River RiverView Riv RiverView r rl
View Yie Tom Head of o Virginia Knight Knightof Knighti
of o Munson Hill Lawrence avrence Selbel of ofWashington oti
Washington TashingtQnKnlbht Knight of Blue Bells BellsV BellsV
W V L Clark of Virginia Knight of ofVirginia orI ofVirginia
Virginia Boy Bo J Downes of Virginia VlrginiI Virginiahnibht
1 Knight of ot Virginia D Langley of ofI
1 I Washington Knight of St Peters PetersI
1 I II E Keller of Maryland Knight ofI of ofIvanhoe
I 1 Ivanhoe IvanhoeJ J S Blanford of Maryland MarylandKnight Marylandof MarylandKnight
Knight of Prince George A S Rase Kaseof Raseof Raseof
I of Virginia Knight of Golden Horse Horseshoe Horseshoe ¬
I shoe L Amos of Washington WashingtonKnight WashingtonKnight ashingtol1I
Knight of Mt It View ViewBetween VIewf ViewBetween
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Between Bet ween 3000 and 3500 people from thisi thiscity this thiscitv thiscity
i i city and the nearby counties of Mary Maryland Maryand lary laryr
land la d and Virginia went to River View ViewIn Viewin
In the th afternoon and evening Manymake Many Manymake l1anymake
make the annual excursion the occasionfor occasion occasionfor occasionfor
for a family famn reunion and during the themeal themeal themeat
meal hours the summer houses and lawn
11 I were filled with haupy groups groupsThe groupsI groupsrho
I The farmers and country folks began beganto
i to arrive n rrlve shortly after midnight Monday MondayI Mondayand
I and early Tuesday Tusda morning Both sides sidesStrict sidesI sidesPEll1T
I NO BURIAL PEll1TBIJIIYA8TUU PERMIT PERMITBODY
BODY BIJIIYA8TUU WAS TOO BIG BIGSt
Strict St ctRulcs Rules Interfered Witr W tr roposed ProposedInterment roposedIntcrment
Interment in a l Brooklyn BrooklynCemetery BrooklynCemetery
CemeteryNEW Cemetery CemeteryNEW CemeteryNEV
NEW YORK Aug 23 23For For the first nrsttime firsttime firsttime
time In the history of Brooklyn cetne cetne c me meter1es
terles a burial permit has been refused refusedby refusedby refusedd
by officials of Holy Cross Cemetery Cemeter on onaccount one one
account of the size of a body Patrick PatrickII PatrielH
H McGee who died Monday Ol ndny weighed weighedaboxit
I about 400 41 4C 1 It was vas first found Impossible Impossiblea >
to obtain a coffin large enough to hold holdhis hOldlIs
his lIs remains and a eoflin made to order orderwas orderwas orderwas
was found to be too large for a single singlef
grave graved
James McGee n son tried to purchase purchasee
mi adjoining burial lot but was told toldIt toldIt
It was against a ainst the rules of the cemetery cemeteryi
to allow a Hingle body to occupy two twolots twoI
lots Mr McGee M Gee was anxious to have havee havehis
his father burled beside his mother but butf bu but
was obliged to go to Flushing where whered
he purchased four adjoining graves gravesLOOMIS glaveIt gravest gravesLOOItiIIS
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LOOMIS IS RETURNS HOME HOMEi HOMEAssistant HOMEAssistant
I Assistant Secretary of State Loomisreturned Loomis Loomisreturned Loomisr
returned to Washington today and Is Isnow IsI Isnow
I now in charge of the State Department DepartmentMr
I Mr Loomis when questioned concern concerning coneernI concernthe
I ing the report re ort that ho would succeed mcc > cd > E Et a an
t H Conger Con er as ambassador to Mexico de dej deI dedined
I j I dined to discuss the e subject subject subjecuj
j l Artistic Beautiful Floral Designs DesignsI
I The 1h choicest oroations r IlHons to he had hat are arexeeutcd
i executed > by Gad Glide Gu e Finest flowers 1214 l2 t I F FI
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of the course which had been roped off oflfor offfor of offor
for the tilting were lined lined with vehicles vehicleseverything yenicleseverything vehicleeverything
everything from a 3 road r adbuggy buggy to a alumber a alumber t tlumber
lumber cart The larger wagons had hadstraw hadstraw hatstraw
straw in the th bottom that the occupant occupantmight occupantmIght occupantmight
might get a few hours hOJrssl sleep cp after th thlong the thelong thlong
long drive over the hills The most mosinoticeable mostnot1ceablefenture mosnoticeable
noticeable not1ceablefenture feature was was the large Hmol Hmolbaskets lunlhbaskets lunclbaskets
baskets Each Ea h seemed larger than thother th thother thother
other and conveyed conYc eilthe the fact that the theplain theplain th thplain
plain folks want to eat as as much at atpicnic a apicnic a apicnic
picnic as they do athome athomeDancing at home homeDancing hom homDancIng
Dancing was indulged InduIgedln In on on the the pavil pavilion pavilion pavilion ¬
ion all day day long 1 Ig At At 8 oclock o cl clock ck the buglsummoned bugle buglesummoned ugle uglesummoned
summoned the people peope to the stage ant ancannouncement and andannouncement antannouncement
announcement announcement was made that the th cor coronation coronatIon coronation ¬
onation ceremonies cercmones were about to begin beginLucien beginLucien beginLucien
Lucien D Love who won the first hon honors honors honors ¬
ors crowned Miss liss Susie Brown ol olMaryland or or1faryland o oMaryland
Maryland Queen of Lol Love e and nd Beauty Beaut Beautv
W v i L Clark Clarkcrowned crowned llis Miss Made Carper Carperof C Carpetof rper rperof
of Virginia first ftr t maid of honor h nor TonRend Ton TonHead Xom XomHend
Head crowned Miss Iiss Rose Lowery ol olPhiladelphia of ofPhiladelphIa o oPhiladelphia
Philadelphia second maid of honor anc and aniJ
J S Blanford placed the wreath 10 10the for fojthe forthe
the third maid of honor hon r upon the heaof head hcacof heador
of Miss Laura Rowe Rowe of Washington WashingtonT ashingtonT
T Van Clagett of lPPer Marlboro
Md made the address to the victorious victoriousknights vIctorionsknights vlctoriouknights
knights and congratulated > them uoor uoortheir UDonther unottheir
their success The four couples danced danceithe dancedthe dnncetthe
the royal set and later there was was t tgrand n ngrand i igrand
grand march led bv Miss 1lss Brown anc and
Mr LoveThe Love LoveThe Lo LoJ
The J he last boat for Washington left lefiRiver
River R ver view at 10 1030 < 0 oclock ocl ck last night
but this was not the endof end nd of the fes fesI
tivlties Dancing was wascontinued continued all dug ¬
I ing the th the night for the many couple couplewho coupleho couplewho
who ho drove In from the surrounding surroundinicountry surroundingcountr
ccuntry ccuntryThe country countryThe countr countrIhe
The Judges were were John T Davis o oWashington 01 01Yashln oWashington
Washington Yashln Lon Md J Henry Hmlr Murray o oT oT oj ojT
T B Md Richard Rlc ar < 1 J Swann of of hilveHill Silve SilveHill Ilver IlverHili
Hill Md T r B Middleton Middlet n of Spalding SpaldingsMd SpaldingId =
Md Id Dr D E Hunt of PIscaiaway Plscataw3 Plscataw3Md
Md W v D Barry of o Aecokeek Md R RL R1J BL
L Manning of Accokeek Md am amGeorge and andGeorge nr nrGeorge
George W V Wilson of o Upper Marlboro MarlboroMd MarlboroMd MarlborcLid
Md MdThe
The committee on arrangements wa wacomposed wascomposed witcomposed
composed of J B Kendrick of Riveiew Rive RiveView RheView
View iew Md M J A Carrico 01 T r B Mdanti Md Mdanci old oldand
and E L Edelln o of River View Md MdThe MdThe Id Idhe
The he chief chietmurshal marshal of the day was J JHenry J JHenry l lHenry
Henry Kerby Kt > rby of River View Md H Hhad Hhl HIaci
had for f r aides B M Brook of Fort Foot FootMd Footlid
1 Md Id and Henry Clagett of Aecokeek Accokee1lid AecokeekMd ccokeekMd
Md MdDIAMOND MdDIAMOND lidDIAMOND
DIAMOND PRICE PRICES HAVE HAVETAKEN HAVETAKEN HAVETAKEN
TAKEN UPWARD TRENT TRENTNEW TRENINEW TRENTEV
NEW TEV YORK Aug 23 23Two Two events af affeeling affecting ofPetting
feeling the diamond market have beet beeiannounced beetannounced beeannounced
announced in the Maiden Lane districtImporter district districtImporters distrIctImportern
Importers who buy rough goods fron fronthe tronthe frorthe
the London syndicate syndicate that controls th thgreater tIu tIugreater titgreater
greater proportlo nof the worlds outpu outpuwere outPUIwere outpuwere
were notified by cable messages tha thaan thaan thean
an advance of 5 per cent cnt had been mad madeffective madcffcct1e madeffective
effective ot once oncC and nd affecting til tilgrades talI laigrades
I grades and sizes si es of stones stonesIt stonesIt stonesit
It was was also learned that the new premier pro promler prfmier
mier mine In the Transvaal Tr n aal the t he onl onlmine onlmIne onlImine
mine outside of the syndicates owner ownership ownership ownership
ship which has been yielding stones stoneguny i iany iany
any considerable quantity Qua n t Ity has br been en puout pu puout puout
out of business for a timeCOLUMBIA time timeCOLUMBIA timeCOLUMBIA
COLUMBIA CONCLAVE 10 I 0 HHOLDS H HHOLDS HI
I HOLDS ANNUAL EXCURSION EXCURSIONColumbia EXCURSIOiColumbia
I Columbia Conclave No 11 1 of the Improved Im Improved 1mproved
proved Order of Hoptasophs H > ptasophs is gtvlnIts givinj givinjIts Iin Iinits
Its annual excursion today at Marshall Mar Marshall ll II IIshall
shall Hall Many of the members o othe 0the othe
the order and their friends went wen t to th thresort t thresort h hresolt
resort on the 1030 boat and upon tharrival th tharrival tl1anfval
arrival of the 230 boat dinner < linn r will b bserved bserved bserved
served to the members of the oonclav oonclavat conclaat
at the hotel hotelNo hote1No hotelo
No o regular program of entertainmeti entertainmetihas entertalnmel1has entertainmenhas
has boon arranged arran pd but a good time i ianticipated ianticipated iantIcipated
anticipated by all that go goDeposit gpDeposit goDeposit
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