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An Index of lnterest Which Has Been Aroused
in Grand Prize Speed Carnival
at Savannah.
Event?Second Amerlcnn Omncl
Prlr.c rncet *HMnnrr, 415.*. nillef?|
la-iiK'.li of ??our***, 1".S milo-*) nuin
bcr of Inp*, -4* Atnertenn record,
ttll.it nillcia per hour, rniiile l*y Clicv
rolet nl Hlvcrlicfu], L. I.
savannah, Ga., November 6.?Upon a
courso probably thc best and fastest
of lts kind ln thls country, wlth State
militla pledged to keep lt cloar of all
obstructions, dead or nlive, the second
American Grand Prize race Will be run
over the roads of thls, Chatham, coun?
ty. on November 12. U wlll bc tho
longest road race ever run ln America.
The practlce of the big speod ma?
chlnes already indlcate. that tha
American road record of 6P.fi miles,
made by Chevrolet at Rlverhead, I_ I.,
Ib In da:;_er. Better thnn seventy mllea
tn hour has been clocked on a slngle
H p of the 17.3 mlles course, whilo
much higher speed has been malntained
on the three long, almost straight
!-tretches whlch form the major por?
tion' of the track.
The present course ls nearly elght
mlles shorter than that of the 190S rnce,
the turns are fewcr, the straightaways
longer, and the total dlstanco for the
race about ten mlles greater. Tho
road way ls laid out on level country,
almost as flat as a table top, and ls
bordeied for many miles wlth forests
festooned in gray Spanish moss.
Within easy reach of every turn
sharp enough to command a vlsta ln
both dlrectlons, physicians will be sta
tioned, wlth Red Cross appliances at
hand, and telephone wlres Unking them
to overy portion of the speedway.
The start and flnlsh is on a four
mlle stralghtuway lriskle the clty lim?
its, where a grandstand wlth seatlng
capacity of 30.000 has been erected. At
the end of thls stretch there ls a left
turn for half a milo, theo a swlng to
the rlght into Whltfleld Avenue, whlch
Notable Exhibition of Agricul?
tural, Horticultural and
Farm Products.
Bedford Clty. Va., November 6.?
With only a few weeks for prepara
tlon and an old tobacco warehouse as
the exhibitlon hall, Bedford succeeded
ln havirig the most notable exhibit ol
a-rlcultural, horticultural and farn
prodticts generally that has was eve
held in this section of the State tht
season. The poultry was the very bes
seen anywhere, the stock was of th
finest classes and the woman's depart
ment unexcelled.
The following is the 11st of pre
...STlcultiirnl Department.
Gcorze S. Nlchols. superlntendent
Professor Lyman Carrier. Judge.
Ten ears white corn?Flrst to Georgi
6. Nlchols; second to IX. h. Tanner.
Ten ears proilflc corn?First to Geo
S. Nichols.
Ten ears yellow corn?George W
Sweet potatoes?XV. R. Cain, Bcdfnn
Fulcaster wheat?H. I,. Klnzer. Bed
ford city.
White oats?G. E. Pullen.
Onlons?W. W. Cundlff.
Largest pumpkln?A. T. Holland.
Irish potatoes?George S. Nlchols.
Stock beets?Thomas Prlest.
Largest. and best collection of agrl
eultural and garden products?Georg
_. Nlchols.
Black wrapper (tobacco)-*-W. R. Calr
Shipplng tobacco?Leonard Farlss.
fi. Xlor*?H.
Dr. CrockMt.-s.pS'rlntendent; Judg<
Dr. P. -Uller. Galena. Ohio.
Shetland mares?First to O. C- Ruck
er, Jr.; second to Clalborne Ballavd.
Shetland stalllon?First to J. W
Mult colt?First to T. C. Murraj
Becond to J. B. C. Morris.
Palr mule colts?First to O. XV. Tm
Pair mules?Flrst to H. A. Stanley,
Palr farm mares?Flrst to Ballan
and Watson.
Two-year draft colt?Flrst to Hube:
M. Farrls.
Yearling mare colt, general purpo;
?Flrst to A. T. Holland.
Two-year mare colt, general purpo:
?First to Reeves Thomas; second
A. T. Holland.
Stalllon between two and three, ge
eral purpose?Second to C. T. Turnel
Draft stallion?First to C. R Bo
Dr. Crockett. superlntendent; pudi
Dr. H.' P. Mlller. Galena, Ohio.
Jersey bull. three years old?Flrst
W. L Mosby; second to Ballard a
Jersey cow?Second to Samuel Rlr
Jersey heifer calf?Second to Nels
Hereford bull. two years old?Soco
The Four Cyliriuer REO
A hifh powered car, rich and ha
?ome, for S12SO.O0.
This car, at this price, is so rcmarka
an achievement that the thinking n
will want it explaincd. Write
Reo Motor Sales Co.,
South Bosto:*. Vs
For SO Years The Hou?? of Quallt
Straus, Gunst & Co
DUtiUer. and Mlcnders ot
Flne Whlnkle*.
Drink Old Henn
lts Long Record IToves Ua Mer
r World's Ch_rnp.oj?
!??._?*?lg.-G?? C?" **"
[___?? Avenue and Broad Stru.t
"lt Speaka for itufcif,"
and Captured thu Fir.t Priae?Pt
Havana Flller- -Porto Hican Wrap
Call lor li by aai_? ut your du
gently curves Into Montgomery Road,
furnlshing about three and ono-nalf
mlles aprinkled wlth easy curves. Two
loft turns within a rnile then lead lnto
one of the finest speed strctches ln
the country, almost flve mlles, brok(*n
by ono scarcely appreeiable curvc. Thls
stretch ls drilled through virgln forest
so wide that four raccrs can hum along
abroast Next comes La Rocho Ave?
nue, wlnding along the beautiful Hcrb
Rlver course, then shootlng across an
open vlaln, where a nearly rlght-anglc
turn ls mudc lnto Skldway Road. The
I_t Roche and Skldway sectlons tnotifl
ure about threo mlles of wlnding road
way, with most of thc turns safe and
easy. A left turn, then a mlle on
Dale Avenue, and a final turn, puts th.*
car lnto the stretch about half a mlle
from the grandstand.
Every mtlitlaman ln Savannah has
volunteercd to serve for policlng tho
course wlthout pay. Thelr record ln
the flrst Grand Prlzc, when they kept
the course clear by using ahotted cart
rldges and bayonets, will be malntalncd,
even if lt is agaln necessary to shoot.
Over the same course, on November
11, thc day before thc big raco, two
light car contests will be run, one at
173 mlles aud the other at 259.5 mlles.
The first Is for the Tledman cup, named
In honor of Mayor Tiedman, of Savan?
nah, and a prize of $1,000, and ls open
to cars wlth 161 to 230 cublc Inches
plston dlsplaccment. The second ls
for the Savannah challenge trophy and
$1,000 cash, and is open to cars of 231
to 300 cublc Inches plston dlsplacement.
Both races are sectlons of the Inter?
natlonal Light Car raco, the flrst run?
nlng of whlch was won by Robert
Hillyard ln November, 1908.
The crowd of vlsitors ls already
renchlng record proportlons for the
clty. Thousands have slgnltled thoir
lnterition of comlng here by automo
mlle, but perhaps the best lndex of
the depth of lnterest aroused is the pa
tlent ox teams, behlnd whlch farmers
are comlng from many mlles away.
to Ballard and Watson.
Holstein bull. two yef.rs old?Flrst
to F. J. Fossett.
Holstein cow?Flrst to F. J. Fossett.
Holstein calf?Flrst to F. J. Fossett.
Polleii Angus bull. three years old?
Flrst to Whlte and Howard. All other
prizes on Polled Angus cattle to S. T.
Ruff, who exhlblted a herd' of ahout
a dozen well grown and in nlce condl?
tlon, hut not registered.
Bull for dalry purposes'?Flrst to C,
L. Mosby; second to F. J. Fossett.
Swlne, sheep and goats?J. W. Smith,
Chester Wnlte?All prizes to XV. J.
Owen; also flrst prize for best general
! purpose hog.
Berkshlre boar?Flrst to Crockett
i and Adams; also for champion boar
, any age or breed.
j Berksh're sows?First prize to Crock
i and Walker.
Berkshlre yearly boar?First to K
j L Ross.
Berkshlre sows?First prize to Crock
ett and Adams; second to Green an'
Duroc so?*r?Second prize to Samuc
Dorset ram?Flrst to E. L. Ross.
Shropshire ram?First to Rlchar
Shropshfre cwes?First and secon
to Richard Mead.
Angora goats?All prizes to Geors
S. Nlchols.
Arts and crafts?Mrs. Louls Winp
field. superlntendent.
Judges?Mlss Cridley. Mrs. Jame
Gish and Mrs. XV. R, Abbot.
Silk quilt?First to Mrs. Anne Izarc
second to Mlss Earle Dennls.
Worsted quilt?First to Wlngflel
Dry Goods Company; second to Mlt
Nell'e Spradlin.
Cotton quilt?Flrst to Mlss Carti
Rlley; second to Miss Ann Smith.
Home-made counterpane?First i
I Mrs. A. C. Hatcher; second to Mra. '.
| M. Kirby.
| Home-made carpets?First to Mt
I L. D. Wheeler.
Home-made socks?First' to Mi
Amanda Davldson; second to Mrs. i
J. Webster.
Home-made stocklngs?First to Mi
J. M. Day; second to Miss Sall
Embroidery on linen?First to Ml
Judson Overstrect; second to Miss Ml
Laco work?First to Mrs. F. O. Thot
|[ Found Reds Much Heavier Than Expected, an
Brute Force Took Place of
c-| - Strategy.
,,i [Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Charlottesvllle. Va., November ...
Vlrglnla's football team returned from
Washington to-day on the noon tra'n
over the Southern Railway, and de
splte the fact tliat lt was Sunday 100
iindcrgraduates gathered at Union Sta
llun and gave the players a cordlai
welcome. The whole team was ctieered
und tho various college yells wero
, fc'lven wlth much enthuslasm. Most
I of the members of tho team walked up
.la| to. the unlverslty, whilo a few toolt
an i the cars.
All of tlie players complatned ot
torcness from yesterday's gruellng con?
test wlth the Indiana. It was by far
the roughcat game ln whlch the men
had ever partlclpated. They had boen
I led to belleve from the newspaper ac
i counta that the Carllsle eleven waa
' llght and spoedy. On the othor band,
i they found - bunch of heavywelghts.
1 who made thelr galns on a aoggy flelfl
by mer. forco of welght.
j The much-vaunted lndtan atrategj
I was seldom resorted to, as all thi
I galns needed could be made by brut>
j strength. Another thlng, the substi
1 tutes put ln were heavier than th.
regulars. notobly the succesaor t.
Sweet Corn.
The Virginla _~cu_ches ure hlghl:
pleased wlth tlie teatn's showing. Th
defenslve work w-aa fully up to ex
pectuiloiis, and tha wonder ls that th
players emerged from the contest wit
ao few Injurles. .loo wood. the plucic
little centre, ls about the only playa
who aullered any inju-y to speak oi
The exuet nature of hls trouble ia
not been determined. He received qtj|t
a Hck Just above the unkle, and th
hope ls that It will yleld to treitnien
and that lie wlll bo 'n the ilne-u
Saturday. Ile wlll be carefully l.olt'i
after the noxt few daya, aa llls plac
would bo hard to tlll. Todd hts a
attack of charley horse. Tnere I
nothlng but pralse for tho splondl
defenslve work ot "Vdd, Drlver an
ns; second to Mrs. P.. O. O'Harn.
Cruyon?Flrnt to XV. A. Fltzpatrlck!
socond to Mrs. J. T. Davldson.
011 palntlng?Flrst tn J, M. Oben
chnln; second to MIhs J. P. Anderson.
Wntcr colors?Flrst to Mlss Mlnnle
Nlchols; second to Miss Cllno Dcnnls.
Pastel?Flrst to Mrs. Judson Over
strcct; second to Mlss Reba Llle.
Chlna palnting?Flrst to Mlss Su?
Nichol3; second to Mrs. Wnlter Ruan.
Pierced brass?Flrst to Mrs. W. P.
Phlllips; second to M.ss Mlnnle Nlchols.
lndla ink drawlng?Flrst to Mlss Sue
Nlchols; second to Mlller Oveffltroet.
Irlsh crochct?Flrst to Mrs. G. W.
Osterhotit; second to Mrs. J. R. Guy.
Domcatlc Solcnce.
Judges?Mrs. Nelson Sale, Mrs. Ro
land Rhett und Mrs. John W. John?
Bread?l irst to Mlss I.oulse Arm
Self-rlslng bread, out of Jefferson
flour?Second prize to Mrs. J. C. Ram
Llghtbread?Flrst to Mrs. C. L.
Ayrcs; second to Mr?. Ellza Sklnnell.
Butter?Flrst to Mrs. J. M. Ober
chaln: second to Mrs. L B. Burkholdcr;
thlrd to Mrs. R. C. Adams; fourth to
Mrs. A. L. Carnes.
Laycr cake?First to Mrs. Luthor
Hatcher; socond to Mlss Sallle Wllson.
Loaf cake?Flrst to Mrs. W. R.
Thomas; second to Mrs. D. XV. Gar
Blackborry wine?Flrst to Mrs. W.
R. Thomas; second to Mrs. 'L. A.
Grapo wine?Flrst to Mrs. A. J.
Goodwin; second to Mrs. L. A. Sale.
Aciiilriny, nintlnee and liljjl't?"The
Old Ilomeatcud."
BIJou?Cccll Spooner.
"The Oltl Homcittend."
"The Old Homestead," with all lts
pleasant assoclatlons, v.Tth tts quitlnt
and homely charactors, tts rustlc
scenes, Us humor and pathos, comes tc
tho Acadomy of Music thls afternoon
and evening. This is lts twenty-flftli
season, and doubtless there wlll be as
I great an influx of people to see It now
' as of yore, for Rlchmond people flnd lr
I lt a pecullar fasclnation. Its excep
tlonally long llfe ls a striking tribute
to lts nower to entertain all classes ol
playgoers. In Joshua Whltcomb the>
wlll flnd the samo warm-hoarted, God
fearlng, courageous and lovable New
Hampshlre farmer; he ls the dominant
faetor of tho play; but thero are othert
equally racy of the soil. Sunshlne and
tears wlll mark the progress of "Thc
Old Homestead" now as ln years past
Many Edncnti'rn Attend Sesslons at
Bowllng Greco.
[Speclal to Thc Times-Dispatch.]
Bowllng Green, Va., November 6.?
An interestlng two days' sesslon of *
teachers Instltute for the whUe teach
ers ot Caroline county was held al
the Bowllng Green Baptlst Church ot
Friday and Saturday. A large num
ber of teachers and citizens of tht
county were present. and much in
terest was manlfested.
Many educators of State-wide prom
inence. Including Hugh S. Bird, A. E
Chandler. Jr., and E. H. Russell, o
Frederlcksburg; H. E. Bennett. o
Willlam and Mary College, Williams
burg Va.; J. H. Blnford, nf Richmond
i and" J. C. Mctcalf. of Rlchmond Col
lege. were present, and they deliverc
i addresses. , _
I A citizens' meetlng was held Frlda
- I night to discuss plans for a higl
1 school building at Bowling Greer
i Mueh lnterest was manlfested, nnd
? I committee of five leadlng c'tlzens
1 I conslstlng of R. L Beale, chairman
XV. E. Ennis, E. R. Coghill, L. E. Mar
tln and W. N. Blatt. to devlse way
1 ! nnd menns. select a site. and report t
I the citizens.
i Tho County League was reorganlze
' Ipfl'fl.v afternoon. wl*h thp followln
! offlcers: President. Mrs. C. F. Sugg
8 Vicc-Presidents, Miss Bessle Falknei
Mrs. James Blanton. Mrs. W. R. Fllpn<
and Miss Eizzie Wortham, and MIs
Maud Davis. as secretary. The fou
vlce-presldents were named as dele
gates at large to the State Educatlons
I Convention. whlch meets ln Rlchmon'
y i November 22 to 25.
Col. J. E. Went n "Wltness in Insnranc
Ciiite ln Newport Xev?*?.
[Soeclal to The Tlmes-Dlsnatch.]
Newport News, Va., November 6.
Colonel J. E. West. of Suffolk, pr2si
dent of the Interstate Fire Inauranc
Companv. wns on tho wltness stand n
day ln the Corporation Court yesterda
trstifving for the Commonwealth 1
the prosecutlon of the otlleers of th
Southeastern Underwrlters' Assocla
tlon. on the charge of consplring t
fix and control rates for lnsuranc
In this clty. Colonei West was o
the stand when the court adlourne
at nlght. nnd will be recalled for fut
thor examlnatlon. Court adjourne
until Wednesday. so that th
f-'outhnmpton county Jurors can g
home to voto in Tuesday's electic
Jones. Goodnue also showed up w
durlns the brief time ho. was ln t
There is much joy in camp over t
announcemeut tlmt Captaln Gcyer \>
play ln tho Georgetown game.
wat'.hod the Indian game from I
side lines yesterday and suffered
111 effects from the trlp. Hls rcti
to his old posltion at tackle, v
greatly strcngthen the line. Van
in all probablllty wlll go to end, wll
he Is a tower of strength. Hope
exprossod that Cecil, last year'R t'aol
will yleld tc the pressure and u.lp ?
the elovon ln the two last gainos
the schedule. Parental objection
kept hlni out of the game thua
this Fea'son.
Tho nlneteen players who took p
ln the Indian game wlll bo given a r
to-morraw, but practice wlll be
sumed 'ln earnest Tuesday. Other
vlsory coaches are expected to-morr
and ovory effort wlll be made to
velop a team whlch wlll do lt;
credlt ln the annual contest wlth
Blue and Gray.
The Worth Aute Sales Co., 439-50T
W Main St. Phone Madison 7060
i The Car That Has No Valv
.1 OO Broad Street.
Puffing Auto Must Resign Its Honors While
Madison Square Garden
Show ls un,
[Speolal to Thc Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
New York, November 6.?The horao
wlll relgn supreme during tho week of
November 12 to 19 at Madison ?i|iiare
Garden, when cqulno sports and paa
tlmoa wlll ongagc tho attention o? the
metropolls, aml tho pufflng auto wlll
slip from tho high posltlon It has en?
joyed for so long. Entries, box roaor
vatlon and publlc Interest all point
toward a record attendance.
"I belleve wc wlll have to closo tho
doors and turn people away;" declared
Secretary James T. llyile yesterday ln
the ofllces of the National Horne Show
Assoclatlon, atrlfi Kuat Twenty-tlilrd
Street. 1
"The French cavalry offlcers are com?
lng ovor. They are comlng to rlde
agalnst England and Holland nnd Can
ada and the United States ln the intor
natlonal juinplng contests, and I be?
lleve thc Garden wlll not be able to
hold all the crowds that will want to
watch thes- competltions. I expect wa
wlll havo to shut out thousands of peo
I ple; I do, Indeed.
1 "Quoen Wilhelmtna. of Holland, ls
sendlng four of her crack cavalry rld
1 ers, Instead of three, as was cabled a
week ago. Four otllcers and oleven
horses are enteroO by .i.llanrt for the
lnternatlonal jumplng events, arid I
venture to say no such lnternatlonal
competltions have been wltnesscd ln
America before as thoso that wlll take
place at the Garden next month. _he>
wlll bo stunnlng."
French dragoons and lancers, Br Mt>n
hussars and Royal Horse Artlllery.
Dutch uhlans and chasseurs, Lnltert
States cavalry trom Kort Rlley and
ataff offlcers from Cunada?four offlcers
ln each of those flve lnternatlonal teama
and half a hundred horses?-wlll be the
hard-rldlng and plucky contestants for
tho trophlea and honors coveted by
thc armles they wlll have the honor
,to represent before Now York's rnost
brilliant nssemblugc of beauty. fashion,
, power and social Inlluence.
Generala, rcglinental commanders
; stiff offlcers and military attaches from
h_:f tho modern powers ot the world
I wlll be present to witness the keer
i competltions for lnternatlonal honors
I.Mso a vast army of humbler crltlc:
of mllltary horscmanshlp ls pretty cer?
tain to attend?former trooper. and
j Remains of James H. Wilson, Jr.
Will Be Interred in Vir
i ginia.
tHpcclal to The Tlmes-Dl.patch.J
j ' Danville. Va.. November 6.?A tele
I gram was received in this clty yes
I terday by James H. Wllson, a promi
nent warehousetnan, statlng that th
? remains of hls son, James H. Wilsor
Jr who dled ln South Africa, abou
'? eighteen months ago, had reached Ne^
- York Mr. Wilson graduated wlt
' honors at V. P. I. iu 1908, and lel
D ? soon after for Africa. to accer
, posltlon w'th a tobaeco concern. an
, whlle there succumbed to Africa
? I fever At tho time of hls sad deat!
?', efforts wero mado to have the bod
'- brought back to the United States tt
s interrnent, but the stringent Africa
laws forbade th* steamship compan
"l carrylng a body. dylng from fever c
i, board sh'p for such a long period. M
and Mrs. .. llson left last nlght f<
New York to accompany the remali
of their boy to h's Virginla home. Tl
cxact time of the arrlval ot the n
malns cannot as yet be determined, bi
it ls thought they wlll reach here ti
flrst of thc week.
Wlth the campalgn speeches in tl
1 Fifth Dlstrict about over and this cl
y ! m readlness for the electlon Tuesd
n.whcn the voters wlll declde wheth
?j Saunders or Parsons shall be the
I representative ln Congreas. the od.
^appear to favor the D^0"*"'
? conservatlve estlmate places ?ie ?!?
ii tlon of Judge Saunders at about 1
- majorlty. Congressman ?.al.'? __
d Teias, wlll address the voters he
o .Monday nlght at the i?"*^ *"__
o ; Ing, ln the Interest of Judgo Saun
_ | ers. ,
The Phoenlx Lodge, No. 62, Kn?gh
of Pythlas. held Its annual memor
service here this afternoon at the, rir
Baptist Churoh at 3:30 o'clock. ln t
presence of a Ihrge congregat. on.. T
mu_lc for the occaalon wai "?er> a
proprtate. and was rendered
excellent cholr of the church Sevei
beautlful addresses were deltivered
Rev. J. Cleveland Hall, of the Bplac
pal Church: Rev. J. C. Holland, of t
Baptist Church. and Rev L. W.^Guy
of the Methodlst Church The me
bers of tho lodge met ?? ?e,r *
on Unlon Street. aud marched to t
church ln a body.
'" The highest prices ln years m'evall
nt; here during the paat weok on^them
''' ville tobaeco market, and every tarp
16 who vlslted here to market hls p
'le duce was without scarcely an.'exc.
"? tlon elated ovor the prices paldI h.
; " The demand for bright tobaeco
"J greater than lt has been for ma
" yoars. due largely to the dark co
iT_ of the crop in tho section l??*&i
.,, to Danville. Many farmers from s
,,_ tlona remote wero on the markot a
or, Ing thc past weok wlth bright wr.
,ttH pora that aro sotllng from J40 to
ur a hundred pounds, and cuttera ir
l iu . - tor. o V,,,r,flr^d riOUndS.
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Ashland, Va., November 6.? " ???
Hampden-Sldney vlctorious ovei-. Rlch?
mond College yesterday, Rlchmond
! people will havo a chance to see the
championship of the Eastern Virginia
.Intcrcolleglate Athletlc Association dft
cldad, Only two of tho colleges can
get the cup now, as the other two have
each lost a game. Hampden-Sldney
| has won two of her -serles, and Ra"*
I doiph-Mncon alone stands botweon th*
Garnet and Gray and the much cove
ted cup. The contest between the_?
two wlll be piayed at Brond Street
Park. in Rlchmond, on next Saturday.
1^ 11 Tho game promiae. to bo one of tha
??*? | most Interestlng to he seen ln Rlch
' mond thls season. Hampden-Sldney has
a squad of aggresslvo and experlenced
jplayers. B-___ol_h-M_cou ha* a __._*a
non-commlsslonod ofllcers of America,
Brltlsh and varlous European cavalry
Each offlcer must rlde ln thc unl?
form of hls regiment, and as soinc ot
thc foreign cavulary unlforms aro par?
ticularly bright and .attractlvo, the
scene, when all are in tho arena hc
nca<h thc brilliant lights, should be
vlvld nnd plcturesque.
A hlgh board fenco, a stone wall and
a "plgeon"?a double row of posts nnd
ralls set up thlrty feot apart?aro tho
obstacles decided upon by the execu?
tlve committee for one of theso Inter?
natlonal mllltary contests, Then there
wll] be the wator Jumplng, whlch ls a
separate event and for another sot ol
prizes. In yet another competltlon the
soldiers wlll have to rlde in pnlrs, gal*
loping nnd Jumplng two abrcast.
Moro cntrlcs have beon received that
at thc same time last year, and tln
mnnagoment predlcts conflclently tha
all records wlll bc broken ngaln, whkl
I mcana that last year's rcmirkablc en
I try list of 1,500 wlll be surpasscd.
| A good many new nxhibitors are re
. ported for the comlng show, whlch li
regarded as a very healthy slgn of thi
, breedlng Interests and tho llourishlni
! condltlon of thc fancy for hlgh quallt;
! horses.
j Another feature particularly pleas
! ing to the management o? the show 1
j that exhlbitors ot former years, wh'
had dropped out of late, are comlni
I back agaln. Thomas Hltchcock, th
| Long Island sportsman, and Harry \V
Sage, of Albany, aro mentloned as ln
! stances. Both have mado entries t:
J the classes for hunters for the ilrs
I time In yeara.
Hns Reslnrncd Pastornte,
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Salisbury, N. C, Novomber 6.?Rc*.
T. A. Cheatham, for the past year rec
tor of St. Lukc's Episcoi-tl Churoh 1
Salisbury, has reslgned hla pastorat
to return to Southern Pines, on ac
count of the health of Mrs. Chcathan
1 His work in Salisbury has been of
high order, and during his Btay here h
'made many frlends. who ^regret tha
he is to leave. It is not known wh
wlll bo called to the pastorato of th
church here.
?Wlll TJnvell Monument.
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Salisbury, N. C, November C.?Th
uiYVctllng of a handsome monument o
November 16 ln the National Cemeter;
in Salisburv, In honor of the Pennsy.
vanla dead burled here during th
Clvll War wlll bo an event of StaU
wide lnterest, and wlll also attract al
tentlon throughout thc South. Th
monument, whlch has beon complctei
wlll bo unveiled under tho dlrectlo
of the Pennwlvanla Memorial Assc
clatlon, whlch will hold approprlal
ceremonies. Addresses wlll be mad
bv Hon. E. S. Stuart, Governor of Penr
sylvanla; Robert S. Murphy. Lleuter
ant-Governor of thc same State. and
number of other promlnent citizens c
the Kcvstone State, and also by Go*.
ernor XV. XV. Kltchln. of North Care
llna; Mayor A. L Smoot. of Sali.bur;
as well as several other leadlng mei
who have been designatcd to entertai
' | the vlsitors who wlll come to Nort
? ' Carolina for the occasion. fcpeel:
' ? music has been prepared for the occ;
. ?? sion. and a number of ladies. we
t I known ln Pennsylvanla, wlll partlc
, ! pate ln the ceremonies of tho day.
I Tho Pennsylvanla monument wl
1 make the second to be erected ln tr
' I National Cemetery in Salisbury to tl
t memorv of 11.000 Federal soldiers wl
1 I were burled here, the first one beln
, , erected two years ago by the State (
j Maine. ___
v [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
n Chatham. Va., November 6.?-Tl
. most actlve campaign conducted
' ' this the Flfth District for the Demi
r'cratlc congressional nomlnee ln mai
s vears came to a close at Sago Satu
e dav, wlth an all-day meetlng and ba
. becue. The speakers wero Senatt
,'t Swanson and Congressn.an Saunder
Thelr utterances were llstcned to by
8 ' large and enthuslastlc gatherlng
i voters. and tho lndications point to
good majority for Saunders. _ or tl
e I past month Senator Swanson has b<*<
y very actlve ln tho district. havli
v made speeches in every county ai
- 8?*c-uslng much enthuslasm, and 1
pre-iicts a safe majority for his part
r Senator Swanson spent much of tl
13 month of September in the Ninth pi
V trlct wlth vote-getting effect. Othe
:- who have vlslted this dlstrlct are Se
,0 ator Thomas S. Martln. Senator C.ot
,. of Oklahorna, and Congressman Floc
all of whom addressed large gathe
e lngs. Those ln a position to know pr
'" dlet that Saunders's majority in Plt
?- sylvanla wlll exceed that ot two yea
ago by 200, which wlll be TOO. T\
years ago lt was 495. The Republlca
in have been conducting a qulet cai
,, ' palgn, and it ls rumored that they a
, spendlng money lavlshly.
18 ?
j- Story Told by Negroes Conflrmed by Dlsc
cry Kecently Mndc.
, [Speclal to The Times-Dispatch.]
al Morrlsvllle, Va., November 6.?A few ye
>y ago a pany of negroes on a possurn li
o- ono night wero greatly terrlfled by thc s
ie den appearance of a supposed meteor
whloh they doscribed as a ball of tlre
' large as a barn, whlch rushed over tl
"' heads wlth a noise louder and flerccr t!
Lll any wlnd-storm they ever Ustened to.
no i mtld soarch was made at the. time,
nothlng was found. and tho whlte pet
I supposed that tlie story was an ex-.SB<
, ? tlon Thls week M. C. Clay, a mining
0d glncer from Pittsburg. nnd Joseph Strlbl
n_ while out proepectlng tor gold, dlEcovj
er ln Cool Spring tho lost mcteorlte. wl
O- ! welghs several tons. whero tlie heavy r
n.lhad washed out a deop cut and part!
m } uncovered lt._^___
Ia To Meet tn RuwimirK.
ny rspeclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
or Lynchburg. Va., November b.?
tt. flrst convention of tho recently
I! ganlzed County and City Sunday sc
>C _??__latlori of Lynchburg and Cai
lr" bell county wlll meet at Rustburg
?P- November 11 and 12. Stato Secret
'30 collins wlll bo one of the pr inc
mt speakers. The delegates -v,Mll bo
' t.rtalned by tho people ot Ru_tbur_
( new material. as yet unteated
ard game. Year boforo la8t tho
,vv .I__kets kept the ParmyUlc?:
rom the title by the score of 5
? a lively contost Im Petersburg.
ear Hampden-Sldney returned
ompliment. Thls year ne.ther bc
? making any ante-game statomei
Another lnterestlng thlng about
ame is that tho Hampden-Sh
oach. Kemper Yancey, U an old 1
oiph-Macon stur. Ho played full
ore before ho went to tho unlv.rs
lf Hampden-Sldney wlns thls _
i wlll be the flrst time that a cup
"een awarded for a champlonshl
ootbiill ln tho loaguo for many y
*or the last two years lt has been
iotween Pandolph-Macon and Hi
en-Sldney. ' Tho year hafore th;
?a? between Randolph-Macon
Uohmond Collego
Miss Holman Organizing Soeiety
to Aid Work in North
fSpoclHl to Tho Tlmos-Dlipatch.]
Baltlmore, Md., November 0.?Mlss
Lydia Holman, of North Carolina, la
r.ow ln Baltlmore, and haa anccocdel
In organizing n soclety hore, composod
ot tho moat prominent members of
the medlcal professlon, to ald her ln
hor work among tho tuounta'neera of
North Carolina. Her purpose ls to
erndlcato pellagro and other dlacaaos
whlch now exlat among tho people
of tho Carollnn mountalns. Mlss
Holman hus spent the past ton yeara
In North Carollna. and fdio has ar.
compllBhed wondrrfiil rrsults.
AVhlle ln Baltlmoro she la tho gueat
1 of Dr. Joseph C. BloodKood, of Nonh
Charlos Street. To-morrow evening
, sho will dellver a l'eoturo beforo tho
' Medlcal and Chirurglcal Soclety of
Medicine. Dr. William li. Welch, the
premler pathologist of thla country,
and Theodore Marburg, the pnlian
throrilst, are asalst'ng Mlss Holman in
.organizing tho soclety. Mlss Holman
I wlll return to her duties ln North
Carollna as .?-?oon as the offlcers of the
new soclety are lnstalled.
in exp10ji0m8
Heavy Timoers Are Blown for
Half a Mile From Scenc
of Accident.
Scattle, Washington, November 6.?
Two explosion-, occurrlng wlthln a few
jmlnutos of each othor thla mornlng
' resulted ln the death of twelve mer
ln the Lawaon Mlt.e at Black Dlamond
thlrty mlles southcaat of Scattle
| Seven men golng down on shlit anc
! llvo men co.-.ilng up were caught be
itween the flrst and second levela, an<
lt ls certain that all perlshed. Na
I tnral gas combustlon Is asslgncd a:
I the cause. AH the men were forelsn
' ers.
j The force ot the explosion was ter
? rltic, showers of earth, tlmbers am
blts'of clothing belng blown from th.
slope of tne mine. Tlmbor slxtcei
inches thlck and eight feet long wer
ibiown half a mlle. A blg section o
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
New york, November 6.?Anton
Schwartz. pre.ldent of the Bernhelmcr
. & S-c.'iwartz Brewing company. at One
' I Hundred and Twenty-eighth Street
T and Amsterdam Avenue, sr.ot himself
. i rnortally in his apartments at the Cen
" I tral Park View apartment house at 'i
1 l West Eighty-slxth Street. thls morn-1
o | Ing. He leaves a wldow, who ls tho
o ; slster of Mrs. Josephlne Schmldt, who
? | owns the Llon Brewery, and wno mar?
rled Lon C-iovannl Del Drago. of a no?
ble Roman famlly elghteen months ago
and one daughter. Mrs. George E. Rup
port. of 5 West jclghty-slxth Street.
_tr. Schwartz's only son, Adolf. dled
flvc weeks ago of splnal-meningltl.-.
He was twenty-four years old. -Mr.
and Mrs. Schwartz were ln Europe
when the boy *.va3 taken 111, and they
hurrled home. They reached New
York twenty-four hours . too ? late.
Adolph had gradtiated from a brewing
college and was worklng hls way
through the brewery (to learn every
end of the business. so as to be able
evcntually to take hls father's place.
It Is sald that tho shock of hls son's
death had unsetiled Mr. Schwartz',**
News of South Richmond
South Richmijnd Bureau.
, The Times-Dispatch,
1103 Hull Stree
Last nlght at the Asbury Metho
Church the Rev. James Cannon,
t- preached, and at the mo.nlng sen
rs Rev. W. G. Burch, the pastor, occuj
o tho pulplt.
is Dr. J. C. C. Newton mlsslonary
i- Japan, apoke at the Central Metho
re Church before an Interested congrt
I tlon. Rev. Henry C. pfeiffer, the r.
tor, preached at thc morning servl
I At the Oak Grove Baptist Chl
: yesterday Rev. D. G. Lancaster,
,v" pastor, offlciated at the regul.r i
vlces. Tho revlvals, conducted by
Rev. J. T. Haley, pastor of the Stc
ir! ton Streot Baptist Church, were ch
'"' last Frlday, after a successful sen
*, The Industrial Chapter of Mc
?; Memorlal Church wlll ,hold Its m
?,: ing this afternoon at 4 o'clock at
" home of Thomas Robertson, on
' __ Dcnough Street.
_?, Next Frlday evening at 8 o'O
plo the fancy aale for the beneflt of
ra Bainbridgo Stroet Baptist Church
on- be held ln tho church. A muslcal
ng, gram has been arranged, no ad
red slon fee belng charged, and tho pi
lch is invited.
.Ins Klng's Dnushtera.
iliy, The Klng's Daughters held a ir
Ing last Thursday evenlng and ol?
the followlng oflicers for the ens
..lyear: Mrs. P. P. Vaderi, leader.
I vlce-leaders were elected from
'ho dunomlnatlon, as follows: Methi
or- Episcopal. Mrs. H. Guy Chrlstlan,
ool | VV. F, Rudd; Episcopal, Mi's. J. H. i
tP- well; Presbyterlan, Mrs. Lowls;
on Lottlo waa elected secretary and
ivy Emma Patch, treasurer.
pal ' Tho mornlng subject yestorda;
oh- the Woodland Helghts Baptist Ch
was "The Bread of Life," and ir
evenlng, "Constralivlng tho Belove
At Meade Memorlal Episcopal Cr
E. C. Masslo conducted the 11 ^
Ilenth of Mrs. Johunon.
EIntelllgence has been recolved
announolng the eleath of MrB. Ma:
Johnson, of .Pearlsburg. Glles oo
the mother of Mrs. Eugene Bransi
Off on Hiiiitlug Trlp.
Eager for the zest of the hunt,
geant J. G. Saunders, J. W. tiast
Three Nlghts, Precisely at 8 o'Clock,
November 14th, 15th, 16th
Matlnee Wednesday at 2 o'Clock.
Two Hundred Peopio. Speclal Orchestra.
Eight Horses ln Race Scene.
Prices, SOc to $2.00. Seats on sale next Thursday.
Wat won by Joe Mnta.n
in a
Chalmers "30"
In this race the Bluebird
made an average speed of 51.5
miles per hour, better time
than was made by the winner
of the Cobe race for big cars
the following dav.
The Chalmers "30" had no
mechanical trouble of any de
Chalmers Quality
Gordon Motor
Co., Inc.
"Cars of Character"
RicVmond, Va.
iBtcam plpo vas blown a slmilar dls?
tanco and sank fifteen feet ln thi
ground. 1'he snock of the exploslon,
whlch was telt for mlles around, waa
so great tha: mary thought thero ha.
boen an earthriuake
As soon as the extent of thc dlsaster
was known explorlng partles went ln?
to tho mlno to aearch for tho victlms.
Fatnlly Cut at Country Dnnee.
Wllson, N. C November 6.?Frlday
night. at a country dance near here,
Claude Jordan perhaps fatally cut Mae
Flowers, another young whlte man, aml
thus far has escaped arrest. No quar
rel preceded tho affalr, lt la stated by
those present. Flowers was brought
here and operated on, and chances for
hls recovery aro consldered poor, us
hls abdomen was plerccd.
Lynchburg, Va.. Novernrn-r 6?An Intereat
Inc marrlage took place Saturday afternoon
at the home of Mr. and Mri. Paul Tucker,
near Sandldges. Amherst county, when
thelr daughter. Mlsa Vlrglnla Lewis Tucker.
became the wlfe o! John T. Brockman. Thn
ceremony wflu performed rt'-' thc Rov. John
TV*. Martln. of tho Baptlst * Phurch. After
a Northern trip Mr. and Mrs. Brockman
wlll reelde on one of the two farms owned
there by tlie groom.
Health, and lt ls belleved to be th?>
ca.u-0 of hls act. Young Adolph was
at work ln the practlcal ?nd of tho
business as a vat tender when he wa_
taken 111.
Mr. Schwartz's wlfe was one of the
two daughters of a wealthy Clnclnnatl
brower, and hc flrst became interested
ln the brewln__- business when hc mar?
rled her. They came to New Yo.-k.
and Mr. Schwartz was eonneeted wltn
the Llon Brewery. He worked hls waj
up ln this concern until he became
brewmaster. Slmon E. and Max "^
Bernhelmer were prominent at that
time ln the Don Brewery, and the
three pooled thelr lnterests ln 1303
and bought out the Manhattan Brew?
ery, at One Hundred and Twcnty
elghth Street and Amsterdam Avenue,
and started the flrm of Bernhelmer A
Schwartz. Mr. Schwartz was made tha
president, whlch posltlon he has re
talned untll the time of hls death. Mr.
Schwartz was flfty.three years old. lla
was a member of the Liederkrana
Club, at 11 East Flfty-elgmth Street,
and a prominent figure ln the German
colonv of New York. He owned a
largo'country place at Tarrytown. N. Y.
J. 0. Belcher, Marshall Jones, Russell
I Kahn, Thomas Marshall and B. Davis
fl__t lett the Southside yesterHay mornlng
Jr. at 8:30 o'clock for Blair's Wharf.
lce where they expect to start upon a ten
led rnlle ' huntlng trip. Thls la a noted
team of huntsmen, and a large back
to wlll undouhtedly be the result of tha
llst excurslon.
ga- Personai Mention.
aa- i Wednesday morning the Rev. Boyd
:e. E. Hudson, of Westmoreland county,
rch wlll arrlve to attend the Methodlst con
tha ference. , , . u*__
ler- Mrs. Hudson ia vlsltlng her slster.
the Mrs. D. A. Prentlss. She ls tho wlfo of
ck- Dr. Boyd E. Hudaon.
sed Mlss Maude Cox. of Wlnternock, who
es. has beon vlsltlng Mlss Lucy Owensi fo_
ado some time, has returned to her wmc.
3oi- ! M. L. Fendley.ls vlsltlng t-is paronta.
Richmond's Dainty Comediennc,
In Two New Plays,
lNext Week?"At the Mercy of Tibe?
Mc- j
ock |
' at
.. M.
?y P.
Special Matinee.
PRICES: Matinee, 25c to 75c; night,
25c to $1.00.
The Greater Lubin
New Bra Vaud-vlUe and Plcturo..
Admlsslon. 10c.; chlldrun at matlnees, 5a
Amateurs Thnrsday Nlght.

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