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103 E. Broad St.
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'Aviator Plunges Machine Into
Embankmsnt to Prevent
Slaughter of Sightseers.
Air Man Is Probably Fatally In?
jured, and His Manager Suf?
fers Nervous Breakdown.
ISpeclal to The. Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Bristol, Va., May 22.?To prevent tho
Slaughter of probably fifty spectators,
Anthony Jannus, the Washington
aviator, twenty-one years of age, who
has boon carrying prominent passen- :
gers In tho national capital, having j
had many successful flights, late this
afternoon deliberately plunged his big j
passenger-carrying biplane Into a
bank at the Bristol aviation meet, and |
as a result lies to-night In a critical ,
condition In St. Luke's Hospital, while i
his Rcx-Smlth machine Is a wreck on
the old race track at the Bristol Fair
Jannus was thrown almost a hun?
dred feet when his machine collided
with the embankment. He was In?
stantly on his feet, not realizing his
serious condition for some minutes.
The aviator landed on his shoulder
and neck. He -was able to get up and
walk to an automobile, maintaining
that he wae not seriously hurt. While !
being taken to St. Luke's Hospital he !
fainted. A hurried X-ray examination i
revealed that his shoulder was dlslo- !
cated. Iiis collarbone fractured. and
probably other Injuries sustained, be- i
sides bruises.
Manager J. S. Bergor was so shocked
that he suffered a nervous breakdown,
and was taken to the hospital. He
stated to-night that he had lost a
fortune by recent accidents of his
aviators, and that all afternoon long
he had begged and pleaded In vain
with the people to get back and give
Jannus a chance.
Ills men succeeded In clearing the
spot for Jannus to land before the
machine started, but in tho excitement j
the crowd rushed back, leaving him
the alternativa of dashing Into the peo?
ple or risking his own life.
This is the second aeroplane wrecked
here since last Thursday, and It is
prohable the meet will be abandoned.
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Troop A, Fifteenth Cavalry, Again Captures
Crowd?Steeplechases Were Spectacular.
Mrs. Potts Biggest Winner, With Mrs.
Jackson, of Petersburg, Second.
Work Horse Parade.
Class 2?Horse and Runabout?Queen Henn, owned by Mise Gwendo
Un Rutherfoord, Richmond, blue. Golden Butterfly, owned by Mm. Allen
Potts, Gordoasvllle, red. Fred S., owned by A. J. Sinltb, Richmond, yel?
low. Generator, owned by Robert W. Wllllnnis, Richmond, white.
Class 4?Roadsters?Colonel Purcell, owned by C. T. Friend, Hlebmoad,
blue. Dlue Mdnt St. Clulr, owned by JS. .1. Simpson, Richmond, red. Nick?
et!, owned by Louis Jehulenherir, Richmond, yellow. Kentucky Delle,
owned by D. J. Gregory, Richmond, unite.
Class 6?Saddle Horses?Sam Frailer, owned by I.out* ScuulcnberK,
Richmond, blue. Golden Butterfly, owned by Mrs. Allen Potts, red. Queen
Bess, owned by Miss Gvrendolln Rutberfonrd, Richmond, yellow. The
Quaker, owued by Mlna Wurlleld Crcunhuw, Richmond, white.
Class 8?Hunters aud Cliareern?l'rluee rtoynl, Major Allen 1'ottn, blue.
Pretty Mulil, Major Allen Potts, red. Ben Cole, Culled States (rovernmcnl,
yellow, l'rluee Itoyal, Majur Allen Potto, white.
Clans 8?Middle aud Heavyweight Hunters?Willow King, Mrs. Allen
I'ottn, blue. Prince Royul, Mr*. Allen Potts, red. Ruzzle Duzzlc, Vnlted
St?ter; government, yellow.
Clann VI?Handicap Jump, open to ?II horses?Willow Kluis. Mrs. Allen
Potts, blue. Black Sacka, Mr*. M. <;. Jacknon, red. Vallunt, Mrs. M. C.
Jacknon, yellow. Cbrlatlue, H. M. Steward, white,
Claas 17?Palm of Hunters?Her Grace und Christine, B. B. Sydnor und
Mri. 91. C. Jieknan, blue. Black Sacka und Amulet, Mrs. M. C. .lock
son, red. Willow King and l'rluee Itoyal. Mr". Allen Pottn, yellow. The
Quaker und Valiant, Mrs. M. C. Jacknon, white. '
Class 10?Hunters and Jumpern?Her Grace, K. II. Sydnor, blue. Chris?
tine, H. M. Scwurd, red. Black Sockn, Mrn. M. O. Jacknon, yellow. Valiant,
Mrn. M. C. Jacknon. white.
Charger Clans?Prince Itoyal, Mrn. Allen Pottn, blue. Goldea Butterfly,
Mrs. Allen Potts, red. >
Special Clunn?Pont entries, pnlrn of homes?Louis Scbulcnberg'a teuui,
blue. George F. Joncn'n team, red.
Tho annual spring meet, and horse
show of tho Virginia Racing and Horse
Show Association came to an end yes?
terday In a veritable blazo of glory,
though all of the blaze cannot be at
tlbuted to glory entirely, the sun play?
ing an appreciable part In its dis?
If anything, there was more enthu?
siasm on the last nay of the meet
than on tho first, ivhich Is sufficient
praise for the card which was offered.
Both In the ring and on the track the
offerings surpassed those of ihe open?
ing day. Mrs. Potts continued her
winning streak, with Willow King,
Prince Royal and Pretty Maid playing
a conspicuous part, while Golden But?
terfly helped her owner In several of
tho events.
Harness Horkci BeHt.
While the timber-toppers came in
for the greatest measure of applause,
the harness events were by far the
classiest and brought out the best
fields. Colonel Purcell, owned by C.
T. Friend, wsls the popular choice, as
well as the choice of the Judges. This
handsome bay gelding took off all the
honors In his class last year, ana is
regarded by the experts as the best
roadster anywhere hereabout.
Taking It all in all, the meet was
a grand success, and rellects credit
upon those who had Its management j
In hand. While all of the fields were I
not large, the class of animals shown 1
In the ring more than made up for j
the scarcity In numbers. The events
wore run with precision, and the
crowd was never kept, waiting to find
what was next.
Captain Lindsay and his troop of !
horse again came In for unstinted 1
praise. The crowd enjoyed the ma- !
noeuvros more than ever, and ex- I
pressed Its apprclatlon In long and I
loud applause. To speak of the work j
of the- horsemen Is to go Into extrava- j
gant superlatives. Those who saw
know, and those who did not have j
missed a great opportunity and would i
not believe the truth, so remarkable
was It. If It were baldly told.
StecplechuHCs Spectacular.
The racing card wa3 the feature of
tho day. and the feature of the racing
card was the two-mile steeplechase be?
tween the officers of the army. Tarn
pico, winner of the two-mile flat race
Saturday, was an entrant and led the
field all the way until the stretch. Thou
Knight of Elway. the trailer all the
route, began to race and came under '
the wire a winner by half a length. It
was as pretty a race as will be wit?
nessed in many a moon, and Lieutenant
T?te deserves his victory, while Lieu?
tenant Rumbough need feel no sham?
at having lost. Murphy's Hotel Cup
was presented to the winner by J. W.
Graves, president of the association.
Captain Lindsay, who rode Nine of
Diamonds, the touted winner, finished
the first mile and was then unseated,
never finishing.
The other exciting race was the sec?
ond steeplechase, which was won by
Bergoo. the winner Saturday. Voting
Bltizen. that game old steeplechaser,
led the field for the first mile and a
quarter, but then weakened and was
passed by Bergoo and Essex, the latter
two making It a neck and neck affair;
until the wire, when Bergoo, under
the whip, came In a shoulder to the
good. Jack Baker was hurt at the
next to the last Jump, and for a while '
his life was despaired of. The wound j
was sewed up, and it Is thought he will
Flnt Races Tame.
The two flat races, while furnishing
amusement to the crowd, were com?
paratively tame. Nloless won the first
over six furlongs, handily, with Llttre
Osage second and Bendaga third, while
Flying Squirrel, the favorite, trailed
all the way. The mile race was won
by Otogo, the favorite, with Fort Car- i
roll and Dr. Bert finishing in the order i
Major Allen Potts, winner of the'
class for hunters and chargers, was j
presented wllh the Adjutant's Cup, do?
nated by the Virginia Military Board.
He captured first, second and fourth
places In this event.
The show was a success and the of?
ficers aro already planning for the
next meet. The workhorse parado
was exceedingly interesting and
brought forth applause as the mile of
horses paraded past the grandstand. W.
S. Forbes & Co. captured the Kellam
Cup Jfor the best pair of horses, ahd
C. W. Antrim & Co. secured the cup
for the best pair of mules.
How It Happened in Detail.
The hunter and charger class
brought out one of the largest and
best fields of the meet. The officers in
uniform, riding, lent color to the class. I
Major Allen Potts riding Willow King, i
Pretty Maid and Prince Royal, re?
spectively, captured the blue, red and
white, with the horses In the order
named. Ben ColeV>>sio pretty chestnut
gelding, owned by tho government j
was awarded the yellow. Tho awards
mot with popular approval.
Class 17, for pairs of hunters, fur?
nished the thriller of the afternoon.
There wore no falls, but some great
riding was axhibltod. Her Oraco and
Christine, owned, respectively, by E.
L. Sydnor and Mrs. M. C. Jackson, got
the blue, with Black Socks and
^Amtilet, gecond. SVJUow, King; and
Prince Royal, third, and Tho Quaker
and Valiant, fourth.
In the Claas for roadsters the very |
best and classiest field of the meet
was brought- out. Colonel Purcell, one
of the best roadsters In the city, and,
In fact, In the State, a winner last
year, again captured the blue. N. J.
Simpson's steel roan gelding, a splen?
did stepper, perfec. y formed, won the
red. Nlcketl, owned by Lou's Schulen?
berg, got tho yellow, with Kentucky
Belle In fourth place.
Willow King Won Handicap.
The handicap jumping class, green
hunters to Jump -t feet, horses having
won a blue ribbon at a recognized
show, 4 1-2 feet, coused trouble for
the judges, Christine, Black Socks,
Valiant and Elf King being tied. Wil?
low King, one of the sure winners at
the show, with many more blues to
his credit than any other horse, was
an easy first. On tne Jump-off Black
Socks, taking the hand'eap jump at
4 1-2 feet, was second; Valiant, once
known as Safe Conveyance, was given
the yellow, with Christine, the pretty |
little dun mare, fourth. Only one of
the green hunters qualified?Elf King. I
Willow King again took the blue
In the middle and heavyweight hunt?
ers' class. Prince Royal got the red.
with Razzle Dazzle, the government
entry, third.
Class 2, horses shown before a four
wheel vehicle, conformation, manners
and pace to count equally, was another
of those hard affairs to Judge. A
splendid field faced the arbiters, and
some time was consumed In making a
decision. Kentucky Belle, a stately
chestnut mare, driven and owned by
D. J. Gregory, was easily the fa?
vorite of the crowd, getting applause
on each go-round. Thla mare, while
high-stepping and with good action,
has a had curve, which worked against
her in the summing up.
Queen Bess, Miss Gwendoline Ruth?
erford's black mare, was a fairly pop?
ular first. Mrs. Potts, driving Golden
Butterfly. a four-year-old. bright
chestnut, captured the red. Fred S.
won the yellow, with Robert W. Wll
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Sam Frazler. ridden by Louis
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and canter. It was a pretty class, and j
deserved applause received. Mrs. Potts. I
riding Golden Butterfly, was second i
choice, with Queen Bess, belonging to j
Miss Gwendoline Rutherford, third,
and Miss Warfleld Crenshaw's The
Quaker, fourth.
The class for hunt club teams of
three hunters from any club or pack,
horses ridden by a member or hunts?
man or whip, was won by the Castle
Hill Hounds, with Mrs. Potts riding
Willow King. Joe Ladd on Prince
Royal, and Page Stephenson on Pretty
Maid. The riders presented a gay ap?
pearance in their red coats and black
hats. Riverside Hunt, represented ' by
Mr. Sydnor. on Her Grace; Mr. Jack?
son, on Black Socks, and Mr. Seward,
on Christine, was awarded the red,
with Deep Run Hunt, represented by
Mr. Campbell, on Ben Cole; Mr. Branch,
on Lady Francis, and Mr. Atkinson, on
Robin Hood, third.
The free for all, for hunters and
Jumpers, was won by E. B. Sydnor's
Her Grace, the mare clearing the sticks
in great form. Christine. HV. M. Se
ward's dun mare, was second. Black
Socks, an entrant in nearly every
event, and ridden by M. C. Jackson,
was third, with Valiant fourth.
The last class on the card was an?
other triumph for Mrs. Potts, her
Prince Royal being declared best ol
all chargers shown, with Golden But
terfly second.
A special post entry class for teams
was won by Louis Schulenberg, wltti
George F. Jones second.
Winners In Workhurat ' Pariule.
Pairs, heavy draft horses??W. S.
Forbes & Co.'s bays, won; Swift & Co.,
second; Stephen Putney Co., third; W.
S. Forbes. No. 2 team, fourth.
Pairs. black draft horses?Pabst
Brewing Company, first; Richmond
Transfer Company, second; Richmond
Transfer Company, third; Pabst Brew?
ing Company, fourth.
Single heavy draft horse?National
Packing Company, first; Stephen Put?
ney Co.'s Battle Axe, second; Stephen
Putney Co."a Nellies, third; C. F. Sauer
Co., fourth. .
Single light draft horse?C. D. Ken- I
ney Tea Company (Main Street Store!,
first; The Cohen Co., second; W. E.
Pickles, third; W. A. Andover, fourth.
City stables, Engineer's department?
Dump cart. No. 2. first; dump cart, No.
13, second; dump cart. No. 18 third;
single cart, No. 14, fourth.
Mulos. heavy draft?C. W. Antrim &
Co., wagon No. 1, first; Harri? ,'lrocery
Company, socond: C. \V. Antrim & Co..
dray No. 3. third.
Special prize offered hy Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
for driver longest In service of em?
ployer, glvon to William Brown,
driver of W. S. Forbes & Co.'s prize
winner, and winner of the Kellum lov?
ing cup.
Spacial prize of $2.60 from 8- P. C. A
to Pat Robinson, driving his own
Spoclal prize from S. P. C. A. of ?2.50
to William Robinson, driver for Straus,
Gunst & Co.
In addition to winning ribbons, each
of the first place winners were given
Summary of Races.
First race?for three-year-olds and
up. six furlongs?Niolets (Chartrand).
136, first; Littlo Osago (Heatherton) :
145, second: Bondage (Falrbrothor).'
third. Flying Squirrol, Lady Alma also
ran. Time. 1:17.
Second race?Steoplochaso for Mur?
phy's Hotel Cup, horses the property
of United States or officers of United
States Army, about two miles?Knlghl
of Elway (Lieutenant lt. F. T?te). 1152.
first; Tamplco (Lieutenant S. M. Rum
bough). 162, second. Nine of Dia?
monds did not finish. Time. 1:20.
Third race?three-year-olds and up
ono mile?Otogo (Heatherton). 136,
flrat,: Fort Carroll- (j. Johnson)? 10?i,
second; Dr. Bert (Fair-brother). 101. |
third. Flatfoot, Campaigner also ran
Time. 1:48 1-5.
Fourth race?four-year-olds and up
stoeplechase, about two miles?Bergoo
(B. Bryant), 163. first; Eesox (Chart
rand), 14S, second; Young Blitzen (J.
Johnson), 140, third. Time, 8:52.
S2.50 (n gold by the S. P. C. A. Em
melt Taylor presented the prizes.
Evidence to Prove Bad Character
Is Ruled Out?Defense's
First Witness.
[Specia.1 to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. J
Roanoke, \ May 22.?After a
week's session In the case of Mayor
Joel Cutchln, this afternoon the flrst
witness for the defense was put on
the stand. This was J. N. Blake, the
man who Bertie Martin, one of the
witnesses, testified is the father of
her seven-year-old child.
Blake admitted that he was the fa?
The woman testified this morning,
and on cross-examination, denied Ille?
gal rel-.tlons with any man except the
witness referred tc, and said she had
led a clean life since the birth of her
Judge Mullen ruled this afternoon
that he would not nllow any wit?
nesses to be put on by the defonse to
prove, that the woman was a bad
character, and he ruled the evidence of
the first witness out.
Judge Mullen held that the chas?
tity of the witness had no beating on
her voracity in her testimony to tho
effect that Mayor Cutchln had at?
tempted to take liberties with her.
The question of the admission of
the testimony was taken up and got?
ten Into the record, this being done
In tho office of the judge, presumably
in order that the defense might be
prepared in event of an appeal.
When tho Martin woman was on the
stand to-day the courtroom was
The defense has a score of wit?
nesses, a number of whom were put on
by the prosecution. It Is said by those
familiar with the case that the do
fense has some strong evidence to in?
troduce, which will greatly strength?
en the case of Mayor Cutchln.
Stumllng of the Clubs.
Won. Lost. P.C.
Portsmouth .._ 17 10 .630
Norfolk. 17 10 .630
Newport News ... 16 10 .615'
Elizabeth City ... 14 15. .483 1
Suffolk . 11 IS .379
Old Point. 7 19 .269
Where They Piny To-Doy,
Newport News at Elizabeth City.
Suffolk at Portsmouth.
Old Point at Norfolk
Catchers Do Poor Work.
rSpecial to The Times-Dispatch.]
Norfolk, Vs., May 22.?Tho poor
work of Catchers Wilson and Brlcker, j
i of tho Old point team, marred a pretty,
fnst and closoly contested game In tho
fifth and mado victory easy for the
Rookies, iho final scoro being S to 4.1
Wilson's inability to throw to the
bases started thi1 fireworks, and his j
learn went up In ihn air. Brlcker, who!
relieved him, was not uny Improve?
ment. Wlalla-oo lot down after tho
sixth, and hits, mixed with errors, gave
the Gun Pointers their four runs.
'Score by innings: R H. B.
Old Point .0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1?4 10 9
Norfolk .0 0 0 0 2 4 2 0 ??8 11 4
Batteries: Old Point, Flood and Mur?
phy and Wilson and Brlcker; Norfolk,
Wallace and Lucia.
Victory for Portsmouth.
(Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.J
Portsmouth, Vo., May 32.?
Score by Inninga: R H. B.
Suffolk '.00100000 0? 1 4 4
Portsmouth . . .2 0 0 0 1 3 4 1 ??11 II 0
Batteries: Suffolk, Grauley and Shee
han; Portsmouth. Vail and Appleby.
Frank'* Pitching I? Feature.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Ellzubeth City. N. C May 22.?
Score by Innings: R H. E.
Elizabeth City .0 0121000 ??1 S 2
Newport News .10000000 0?1 fi 5
Batteries: Franks and Cleveland;
Davle and Rogers. Umpire. Hudglns.
Feature of the game was Frank's
Feature of l'.u?t Carolina Dloeesnn
Council Now in Session.
[Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Fnyettevllie. N. C, May 22.?The
Episcopal Council of the Diocese of
East Carolina continued its sessions in
St. John's Church here to-day. Tho
hearing of committee reports and a
running discussion of Sunday school
work nnd methods, occasioned by the
Sunday school commission's report,
consumed the day.
Bishop Strange's address, delivered
In St. John's on Sunday, was an able
and exhaustlvo document, and showed
that the budget Is larger by ?SS0O than
ihe contributions for tho funds In?
cluded theroln last year, which was
the best year up to that time. -There
were 325 confirmations during the year.
This Is the twelfth council to meet in
St.. John's Church. Rev. Nathaniel
Hording .is presiding.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Danville, Va., May 22.?C. C. ICen
drlck, of Luray, and Miss Mary J. Tay?
lor were married hero to-day in the
presence of a few friends, Rev. J. C.
Holland, pastor of Keen' Street Bap?
tist Church, officiating. They will re?
side in Luray.
Echo of Second District Primary In
-realisation Sounded In
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Suffolk, Va., Hay 22.?An echo of
the Second District primary Investiga?
tion of last summer was sounded thla
afternoon In Franklin, where the
Judges appointed to serve In the pri?
ms ry next Thursday, sued out a man?
damus, seeking to compel Registrar
C. W. Darden to dollver to them hin
hooks. Darden was served with a
summons to appear before Circuit .
Judge McLemore In Norfolk to-mor?
Darden was a witness before the
State subcommittee In the primary,
probe, and bases his present refusal
to deliver the regtsU-atlon books upon
a rebuke admlntstared to him by
Chairman Wclntyre, In which he waa
told thoro was no authority to pass
his records to any one, except officers
of the general election.
A heated campaign Is in progress in
Southampton, and the failure of pri?
mary judges to secure registration re?
cords may produce almost endless cam
Lecture nt Centre Hill School.
Byheo. Va.. May 22.?On Friday eve?
ning. May 19, T. S. Settle, Inspector of
rural elementary schools, gave a very
practicnl and Instructive lecture on
"America's Oreatest Problem" before
a large audience at Centre Hill School.
Fluvanna has made great progress In,
education during the past few years, j
and under the supervision of Super?
intendent Thomas H. Shepherd, it will
soon rival the most advanced of its
sister counties.
Merttnjt of Stockholders.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Danville, Va.. May 22.?Tho first
meeting of the Stockholders of th9
Vlrglnia-Carollnn Tobacco Company
was held here this afternoon, when
the following officers were chosen:
W. Y. Noell. president; W. P. Hod
nett, vice-president; W. P. Cousins,
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