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Piano now $350. \ Beautiful walnut rase; only slightly used. Walter D. Moses & Co. 103 E. Broad St. Oldest Music House in Va. and N. C. TOM HUGHES IN FIGHT WITH ARTIST Chicago, III.. August 23.?Tom; Hughes, pitcher of the Washington [ team In the American League, and Ed-j ward Johnson, a Chicago artist, fought) out a lively personal encounter In an: alley back of a downtown hotel to* I night, umll stopped and arrested by the' pollco. Both men took n severe drub-i blng. ond were bleeding freely when; arrested. The trouble started In the grillroom of the hotel, when Johnson criticized Hughee'B pitching In Tuesday's game] against the Chicago Americans. Hughes' Is said to have suggested that he und I Johnson settle their differences of opin-l ion by a round at fisticuffs. | "You're on," replied Johnson. "If l you can't fight any better than you pitch, I'll win easily." Charles King was selected as referee ' Hughes and Johnson repaired to the' alley, removed hats, coats and neck? wear, and the fight started. Klnjr and Johnson were forced to Spend a night in a rell at the Harrison | Streit Tollce Station for their part In the" bout Hughes was released on a rash bond and departed for Detroit with his team. Before he left, how? ever. Hughes fhook hands with John? son and declared the Incident closed. ARRESTED IN TOLEDO FortuiT Cleveland Player Charged With Aannull nn? Battery. Toledo. O.. August 23?Grover Land, eat'-her tQf the St Paul American Association team, was arrested for as? sault and battery by Cleveland officers here to-day. He was taken back to Cleveland this afternoon. I? is alleged that Land, while a member of the 'ievHund team, assaulted the gate? keeper at the Cleveland Park when tl .- latter refufed to admit a friend of Land's. RIDE; Compliments of EVERY DAY THIS WEEK THE TIMES-DISPATCH WILL PRINT TWO COUPONS, which will be honored if presented on the date named on the coupon, for one FREE RIDE on the MERRY-GO-ROUND and one FREE RIDE on the TOBOGGAN SLIDE at 4 TO-DAY'S COUPONS J If Presented on THURSDAY, Auf?. 24, this Coupon will be Accepted as Payment for One Hide on Merry-go-Round at Forest Hill Park Coupon will be honored day or night. Compliments of THE TIMES-DISPATCH. If Presented on THURSDAY, Aufc. 24, this Coupon will be Accepted as Payment for One Hide on Toboggan Slide <& at Forest Hill Park Coupon will be honored day or night. 24 ?04 Compliments of tj^t attTfc THE TIMES-DISPATCH. attTC W ???????????? COMPETITION IS KEEN AT BERRYVILLE SHOW Great Interest Manifested In High-Steppers, Four-In-Hands and Hunt Teams?Rider Slightly Hurt and Horse May Be Fataliy Injured. [Special to The Tiines-Ulepatch. 1 Winchester, Va., August 23.?Tituj becomi day of tho Berryvllle Horse I Show dawned with heavy clouds over-i head, and there was every Indicationi of ruin, but the expected storm pass? ed over, and a crowd estimated at 10.-' 000 thronged the grandstand, paddock i and grounds surrounding the show | ring. Although to-morrow's program! Includes the championship and other! classes, In which there Is always keen! competition, Intense interest was mani? fested this afternoon In the high step-i per?, four-in-hands, hunt tenms. ob-' stacle Jumps and racing events. The only accident of the day occur? red In the second hoat of the last race, I when Million) Smxllwood, riding H. | Brubaker's "Sllckum," wan thrown atj a quarter mile post. He was hurled! headlong from the horse, but escaped j serious Injury. The horse, however, dashed Into the poi-t and sustained In? juries which may prove fatal Kalken swarmed on the grounds to? day, but deputy sheriffs, constables and special policemen kept good order. In addition to the ring and track per? formances, the managers permitted dancing all day In the dancing pavil? ion Special trains were run from Har risburg, Pa . and from points as f a r Bouth as Roanoke Summaries? Standard bred stallion, shown In harness or by halter; prizes ribbons Lord Channlngt Melvln C Haxen; W. D. A. W TV McDonald. Halt bred ine-ycar-old colts; prizes 115. IS. $2. ribbon?Midnight. B. I". Porter. Lady Grace. C ,H. Young.: Peep-O'-Day, .1 B Childs; Plack Hoy. Shelby Tlmberiako. ' Horses sultahle to become hirness horses, foal of 1911; prizes ?10, ?.". i2. ribbon?Hlldawatha, D. N. and K. N. Olipln; Bagthorpc Sultan II. Mrs. Geo. K Pflaster, Jr.; Kntry. Thomas M. Set? tle. Entry, Clifton Simpson Harness horres one-ycar-old-fllly or gelding; prizes is. 12. ribbon? Maitie, Fl. I? Bycrs. Maid of Bose mont. D N. and K. N Gllpln; Filly, Henry W. Rutherford: Bird. Joshua Davis Hackney stallion, shown In hand: ribbon prizes?Hiawatha. Jr . D. N. and| K N Gllpln; Imported Boswell Squire. I W. B. Bullock: Imported Ueehmanl Gnldflnder. W. B Bullock; Imported KU Storkwell. Charles Mulllktn Heavy draft, three-year-old, (lily or1 geldlhg; prizes ?lo. IT. J3, ribbon ? En try, C. E. Norman: Doll. W. C Hard esty. Roadsters, five years and over, shown In harness, driven to a four-wheeled vehicle (race-track horses excluded >;? prizes ?30, 11K. $5, ribbon?Prince. W. B Packf-tt: King. .Tnrr.es N. Andrews, Dan. C W Packett; Gypsy Girl. Joseph Wright. Horses in harneEP. 1' 1-2 hands and under, prizes Jtn. IIS. IS. ribbon?Alex- | ander. Miss Amy K Dupont; Royal, Swell. Bowles Brothers; Maud Muller,I Lee Hechlnger. Miss Brighton. Lee; Hechlnger. Park saddle, over IS 1-2 hands,. prizes ?20, $10, ID. ribbon?Bald Katie.] Ashloigh Farms. Keswlck, E. H. Wea-1 therbee; Juvenile, Bowles Brothers;' Megan tic, Julian Morris. Imported Perchcron stallion, open to! all agcn, prizes $25, ?15, $10. ribbon?! Imported. Brgy 17,%?1 (6.361), W. B. I Bullock; Entry. Shonnndoah Valley Importing Company; Entry, Shonan doah Valley Importing Company; W'enona Loyalty, W. B. Bullock. , Light and middleweight hunters, carrying 150 pounds, over Jumps not exceeding fcur feet six Inches; prizes 150. tih. $5, ribbon?Keswlck, E. H. ; Weatherbee. Algoma, Blenheim Farms;; David Gray. B. H. Weatherbee: Vir? ginia Girl, Melvin C. Hazen. Heavyweight hunters, over Juatps f?tir foot six Inches: prizes $50, $25. $5. ribbon?Taconlte. E. H. Weather? bee: Virginian. James N. Andrews; Piedmont, Julian Morris; Rock Abbey. Blenheim Farms Horses In harness, 15V4 hands and under, shown to pole; prizes, $30. $20, $5, ribbon?Alexandra and mate, M!?s Amy E. Dupont. Royal Swell and Sporting Duchess. Bowles L'-oiliis. Miss Brighton and Maud Muiler, Lee Hechlnger; Maid of Rosemont and Lady Langton. D. N. and K. N. Gllpln. Ponies at 12 hands an! under, ild den by a child; prizes $20. $10. $5, rlb mon?Tommy Trot, Hunter csjotne. Dandy Jim, Charles N. Mulllkln; Dot, Mrs. George E. Pflaster. Jr.; IM at pie, Mrs. George E. Pflaster. .lr High-steppers, In harness; prizes, $40, $15, $5. ribbon?Lady Clmbeo. M-.as Amy E. Dupont; Royal Swell. Bowles! Brothers; Alexandra, MIsj Amy E Du? pont; Miss Brighton, Lee HvJhlhger. Combination harness and saddle horses, shown to vehicle and the.l un- j der saddle; prizes $4*0, $15, $5, ribbon | ?Contldante, Julian Morris: Martini, j James . N Andrews, ' Leading Lady, i Bowles Brothers. Tamora, W. G. i Fletcher. Park tandem: prizes $40. $15. $5. ribbon?Alexandra and mate. Miss , Amy E. Dupont; Entry (Post), Lee! Hechinger; Royal Swell and sporting ! Duchess. Bowles Brothers: Maid of i Kosemont and Lady Lir.f'. ,n. D. V. and K. N. Gllpln. High jump, commencing at four feet j and not exceeding six feet; or sea 131 end ribbons?Sir Gibson (Post entry i, w. G. Brsdshaw; Doctross, Blenheim Farm. Obstacle Jump; prizes 110, $15 $5. ribbon?Virginian. Jarnos N. Andrews; David Gray. E. H. Weatherbee; White Marsh, Lieutenant Oorlon Johnston, r S A.; Bagr.era. William F. Ran? dolph. Four-in-hand, horses alone consid? ered, prizes $40, $20, $5, ribbon?Tetin, Amy E Dupont & Company; Team ipost entry), Lee Hechlnger; Team, Gllpln & Company; Team, Bo .vies Brothers. Hun; teams, for teams of throe hunt- j ers. ridden in hunt colors, over rcgti- I latlon Jump?; prizes $40. $20?Kjs-ciek Hunt Club; Elkrldge Hunt ClUft. I Heat races, for horses owned In 1 Clarke. Frederick. Warren. Fauquler, Loudoun and Jefferson: prizes 850, ? 25. 1 $10?Ben Lala, D. C. Bradford; Nancy Pansy, H. R. Dulaney: Lady Melba. | J. G. Everhart " One mile flat, open to all: prizes $75. j $50. $15?Predicament, Dr. Louis M. Allen; Uncle Burr. H. G. Russell; third deferred RIFLE MATCHES AT CAMP PERRY Camp Perry, Ohio. August 23.?The ranges of the national individual rifle match were completed to-day. This Is the first of the three big matches con? ducted under the auspices of the War Department. The shooting began with the skirmish run and continued for the 200-yard rapid lire and the 200-yard slow Are. Shooting at the 600-yard stage was begun, but owing to the, large number of entries, this stags, will | not be completed until to-morrow morning. King, of Iowa, Is high man up to the 1,000-yard range. The high' men. with their scores, follow: Sergeant C. M King. Iowa. 240; Scr- i geant C. M- Smith, army Infantry. 239;! Sergeant C. J. Vanamburg, Massachu-; setts, 236; Lieutenant George C. Shaw,; Infantry, 235: Captain F. W. Holt. DIs-j trlct of Columbia. 235; Ensign W. F. | Amsden, navy, 231. LYNCHBURG SIGNS CULPEPER PLAYER [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Lynehburg, V?., August Llurleigh Bur. gandlno, the crack pitcher of the Culpeper team, who has made a splendid showing against some of the strongest teams in Central Virginia, ho? Joined the Shoemak? ers (or a trial In the box. Burgandln? recently pitched a one-hit game against the strong Charlottesvllle club, for which nixcy, the crack varsity pitcher, was twirling, and he has worked in a number of games this summer In a wonderful manner. APPALACHIAN LEAGUE At Johnson City: Johnson City, 8; Ashevllle, 4. At ?Bristol: first game?Bristol, 2; Morristown. 5. Second game?Bristol, 6; Morristown, 4. At Cleveland: Cleveland, 0; Knox vllle, 3. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Chattanooga: Birmingham, 1; Chattanooga 2 (11 Innings). At Memphis: Mobile, 1; Memphis. 8. At Atlanta: Montgomery, 7; At? lanta, 4. At Nashville: First game?New Or? leans, 6; Nashville, 6. Second game New Orleans, 6: Nashville, 6 (called seventh, darkness). SOUtH ATLANTIC LEAGUE At Maccn^ Mac on 8; Columbia, 3. At Albany: Albany, 0; Charleston, 0. At Columbus: Columbus, 7; 8. A. Lv, 3. At Jacksonville: First game?'Jack* sonvllle. 2: Savannah, 4. Second game ?Savannah, 1; Jacksonville, 0. sun burnt FlnlsheK Second. Deauvllle,* Franco. August 23-?In the Prix de Lasaay, of |600. a soiling raoo for two-year-olds, dlstanoe six furlongs, run to-day, W. K. Vander bllt'a Sunburst finished seoond. -.-- - - -TT? List Of Entries In Pony Contest and Standings Up to Present Time A WELSH PONY OUTFIT to the contestant having largest vote, in city districts, at close of contest. (Districts 1,2,3 and 4.) A WELSH PONY OUTFIT to the contestant having largest vote, outside of city districts, at close of contest. (District 5.) District No. 1 All territory In Klchmond north 'of the Jnmea Itlver nnd util of Second Street (not Including Second Street) nml llurlou IlilKlita and Glnter Park. At leant three prizes In this district? A Diamond King, a Bicycle and a Gold Watch. Ccorge G. Atkins. 1512 West Main Street. 1.CS5 Kryan Aids, Second Boulevard. 7,358 ?"harles T. Almond, 1420 Beverly Street. 1,005 William .1. Briggs. 1100 Grove Avenue. 1.0S3 Jcmes D. Burley. 1905 Taylor Street. 1.000 Clifford Bailey. 212 West Marshall Street. 1,000 Alice Bernstein, 1906 Hanover Avenue. 1(000 Norm? V*. Baue. 1509 Beverly Street. 2.211 Madeline Bigger, 710 West Grace Street. 1.7S8 Krncst Burch, Jr., 2407 Grove Avenue. 3,076 Myrtle Bradshaw, 201 South Cherry Street.... 1,000 Ctta J. Bock, 1115 Floyd Street. 1.505 Addle Barfoot. 132 South Cherry Street. 1.571 Jwhri Baghy, Jr.. 2200 Monument Avenue. 1.000 Miriam Coleman. Brookland Park. 1.100 Krank Callle. 2114 Hanover Avenue. 2.019 Leonard Cain. 212 hi West Marshall Street- 1,000 Br-ntley Cox, 1509 Hanover Avenue. 1.000 Emmu Cosby, 1 West Marshall Street. 1.000 Horace Dunford, 1106 Taylor Street. 1,000 Helen C. Chiles, 1925 Floyd Avenue. 1.219 James O. Coleman, 20 East Main Street. 1.030 Arnold Cousins. 416 South Pine Street. 1.226 E. R. Chesterman, Jr., 1i"i36 West Grace Street. 1,000 Frank Ferguson, 425 South Hne Street. 1.002 Hugh R. Falrlamb. 1113 Brook Road. 1,086 David J. Gregorv, Jr., 615 Lamb Avenue. 1.479 Lula E Graves, 605 China Street. 2,171 Jack Gatewood. 15 East Franklin Street. 1,000 James Gooch, 2506 Park Avenue. 1,326 Hoger Gilbert, 2230 Hanover Avenue. 1,271 William Gordon. 1001 Floyd Avenue. 1,119 Wm. Harrison Gordon, 200 West Main Street. 6.677 Virginia GUliam. 318 West Cary Street. 2.954 George J. Hulcher. 10S South Belvidere Street. 2,649 Ruth E. Hill, 231S West Grace Street. 1,110 Fred Hughes. 3027 Short Main Street. 1.155 Gerland Hcnlng. 2 West Carv Street. 1.0.18 Gifford Earnest, 1921 Hanover Avenue. 1,000 Eleanor Hcffman. 213 South Harrison Street.. 1.593 Burnett Hicks. 1702 Taylor Street. 1.372 John W. Hell, Jr., 2218 Stuart Avenue.28,852 Jacob Hepllng, 610 Spring Street. 1,915 Marguerite W Hall. 310 North Rowland St... 2,865 Katherlne Hancock. 1300 Park Avenue. 7,795 Clarence V. Hill. 713 China Street. 1.163 Venetta Hulce, 4UU South Pine Street. 1,056 Sunshine H. Jennings, 906 Moore Street.^.... 1,000 Janus Jones, 312 West Main Street.1.000 Edward Isaacs, 812 Spring Street. 1,000 Mary M. Jones, 1503 Hanover Avenue. 1,106 Louise Kellogg, 701 Hawthorne Avenue. 1,046 Alice Kahomun, 214 West Marshall Street- 1.000 Helen L. K?sten. 306 North Meadow Street.... 1,147 1:. M. Klrsh, 6 East Clay Street...'. 2,105 Wtlmer Llvesay, 112 South Cherry Street. 1,628 Margaret Landers. 800 Stuart Avenue.23,346 Doris E. Lawford. 820 West Cary Street. 1.125 Manila Loomis. 602 West Marshall Street. 1.000 Martha W. Lamb, 109 North Fifth Street. 1.000 Eunice Lee Vaughan-Lloyd, 219 S. Belvidere.. 8,789 Hilda Loth, 102 East Clay Street. 1.000 Gladys Lumsden ,605 West Clay Street. 6,172 Dean Levenburg. 11 West Grace Street. 1,000 F'ank T. McFaden. Jr., 807 West Grace St_ 1,055 Ambrose P. Miller, 711 Greenwood Avenue. . .34,867 I oulse V. Metzger. 412 North Addison Street. 40,60? Eugene Moore, 14 East Clay Street.21,763 Jomes Muldowncy. 106 East Cary Street. 1,000 Griffith J. McRee, 100 North Linden Street_ 1,190 Oswald Nuckols, 219 West Marshall Street_ 1,000 Barton Nuckola. 1101 Taylor Street. 1,111 Ashley Pcsseley. 712 Lamb Avenue. 1,136 Otis Powell, 205 West Cary Street. 1.050 William H. Pond, 2321 Park Avenue. 1,030 Ordway Perkins. 1209 West Cary Street.31,566 Nellie Parker, 316 South Pine Street. 1,519 Buford Quarlea. 2612 Hanover Avenue. 1,259 Reuben Rose, 111 West Brood Street. 1,470 Burgess Ramos. 1 South Jefferson Street. 2,609 Vernell Slngrey. 822 West Cory Street.23.018 Willie Staude, 2215 Hhnovor Avenue. 1,150 Zilla Shackelford, West Clay Street. 1,487 Iuclle B. Smith. 725 West Main Street.12.897 Van Smith. 11 '->i South Foushee Street. 1.0T3 George Suphens. Barton Heights. 1,562 Frances Smith. 1912 Floyd Avenue. 1.3^9 Esther Staton, 112 West Marshall Street. 1,000 Lynn B. Sims, Jr., 10 North Linden Street. 1.070 Amelia V. Thiermann, 409 Roberts Street. 1,343 S'.atla Taylor, 411'.i South Pine Street. 1,000 Faymond Taylor, 815 Albemarlo Street. 1,000 George Taylor. 621 Seminary Avenue. 2,867 Virginia Thornton, 203 West Grace Street.... 1.360 Hartha Tower, 1514 Grove Avenue. 1.03T> Nannie Tiller. 112 East Clay Street. 1,005 Sherrurd Tupman. 411A Smith Street. 1.S97 Ituth C. Vaughnn. 2006 Stuart Avenue.24,332 W. C. Vermllllon, Jr., 702 North Avenue.1.880 Florence Vaughan, 119 Sycamore Street. 1,035 Powell Williams. 1615 Park Avenue. 2,922 lehn William. 800 Stuart Road. 1,130 (?ving White. ..14 West Clay Street. 1,000 R. T. Wilson, Jr., 215 West Grace Street.1.036 F.'.lza Wilkinson. 108 East Clay Street. 1,000 Grace Whitlock, 209 West Marshall Street_ 1,000 Henry Williams, 223 South Laurel Street. 1,000 Willie Wyatt. 620 South Belvidere Street'. 1,095 Madeline Williams, 113 South First Street.... 1.000 Robert W. Wynne. Brook Park Boulevard.... 1.046 Pauline Vr.ldoght. 604 West Marshall Street... 1,000 District No. 2 All territory In Richmond north of the Jnmea River and rn*t of Second Street (Including Second Street), also Including Highland Pork nud Chestnut Hill. At leant three prizes In this district? A Diamond Ring, a Bicycle and a Gold Watch. Margaret L. Apporson. 525 N. Twenty-flrst St. 1,050 Wilkln Atkinson, 420 North Twenty-sixth St.. 6,000 Lillian Baird, 114 Fourth Avenue. 1,109 Kdw. Baker, 909 North Seventh Street. l,r,'0 Charles Bnlley, 801 Louisiana Street. 1,035 Fdward Baker. 909 North Soventh Street. 1,33s Carl C. BaUlge, 3803 East Marshall St rest.... 88,3 <3 Catherine Brlstow, 26U Eaat Oraoe Streot. 1,618 Harry Burkert, 302 Fourth Avenue. 1,000 Marguerite Bockers, 524 N. Twenty-fifth St.. 1,059 Mettle Baylies, 2921 Eaot Marshall Street. 1.941 Ethel Butler, 609 N. Twenty-third Street...'... 1,000 Lillian Balrd, 114 Fourth Avenue. 1,000 Mlllon Carney. 207 North Twenty-fifth St. 1.025 Bernora W. Cheatwood. 2110 East Grace St. .. 7.0S2 .lohn Core, 907 Enst Leigh Street. 2.S75 Churles Caravati. 911 East Leigh Street. 1.000 Joseph Vi'. Devlne, 1601 Second Avenue. 2 ' *>? Ruby Dyer. 2306 M Street.. 1.020 Harry L. Denoon. 815 East Marshall Street... 1.000 Madeline Dyer. 2208 M Street. 1.186 Helen Donly. 707'i Denny Street.lt.::9J Lottie Dickerson. Oakwood. 1,000 Rosalie E. Devoto. 3102 East Marshall Street 1,324 r-hlllp En-slow, Highland Park. 2.111? Kuth BachO, 3908 Seventh Street. 1.00U Milton Fulton, 3411 East Clay Street. 1.031 Russell Fleet, 3IIS East Broad Streot. 1,201 Linwood Z. Korbes. 300O East Brond Street.. .10,411 Allen Gates. 704 North Twenty-fifth St. 1,000 Nellie Gordon. 2S1S East Grace Street. 2,017 Hazel Kitty Goode. 2SO0 East Marshall Street. 1,076 William C.oodllff. 702 East Leigh Street.,. 1.000 F.lenora Oranor. 121 North Twentieth Street.. 1,000 R. Cecil Gorllck. Jr.. Hlhghland Park.34.32:? Eimlndo Gustl, 1004 % N. Twenty-sixth St.... 1.254 William Glesemdoffer. 625 North Eighth St. . .26.9*8 Lille Goddln, 525 North Eighth Street. 7.04J Grace V. Howard, 420 North Twenty-fourth St. 1,140 Hazel Hobson, 3411 East City Street. 1,435 Virginia Hlckg. S03 North Twenty-fourth St. . 1.000 .lames C. Harwood. Jr.. 216 East Main Street.. 1.000 Herald Hlrshberg, 51014 North Third Street.. 1.000 Edwin L. Hubbard. 211 N. Twenty-sixth St... 8.086 George R. Hutchinson. 803 East Leigh Street. 1.737 Lynwood Milliard. 2519 Vennble Street. 12.17S Robert E. Hord, 1201 North Twentieth Street. 1.005 Lt.Roy M. Hord. 2004 Falrmovnt Avenue. 6.S3R Nugent G. Hester. 110 South Fourth Street... l.onO Manning Hester, 110 South Fourth Street. 1,005 Clalborne Johnston, 2707 East Franklin St... 1,000 John S. Johnston, 3604 Enst Broad Street. 6.135 Thelma Jones, 2801 East Clay Street. 1.198 Louise Klein, 3933 Wllllnmshtirg Avenue. 1,947 Louise Klein, 3933 Wllllamsburg Avenue.. .. 2.297 Mabel Kay, 900 North Twenty-fourth Street. .. 1,168 Mortimer Kennedy. 607 Louisiana Street. 1.100 MelVln Lynch. 2909 East Marshall Street. 1.955 Stephen Ld.tdsay, 127 V Twenty-seventh St..31.776 Drummond Long. 115 F'fth Avenue. i ''76 Wllmer Llvesay, 112 South Cherry Street. 1.188 John H. Lindrum, 117 N. Z wenty-slxth Sr... l.ooo Marie L. Molker. 301 Enst Clay Street. 1.696 William H. Metzger. 716 N. Twenty-eighth St. 1.000 Mary F. Merchant. !?1 East Main Street. 1 499 Gertrude McKonr.cy. 601 Nicholson Street... 33.893 Ellen McNamuri, 2122 Fast Broad Street. 3 119 Grace Madison. 2211 Pleasnnt Street. 1.814 Maben A. Martin. S12 Enst City Street.?. 6.250 Spencer Marlon, 2609 East Grace Street. 3,310 Mathew M. Mellon. 503 N. Twenty-fifth St_ 1.163 Fred Mehlbreth. 607 North Ninth Street. 1,160 Ruth Mills. 2306 East Leigh Street. 1,050 Virginia C. Meredith, First' Avenue. 6.532 Thelma McCabe. 514 North Thirty-third St... 1,000 Newton Nuckols, Jr.. 319 East Clay Street. 2,610 Mary Phillips, 527 North Ninth Street. 1,025 Eugene Peay. 2200 M Street. 1.6S2 Milton Points, 416 North Twenty-seventh St... 1.000 Lila Prlddy. 810 North Fifth Street. 1.001 Herbert Patram, 2209 Falrmount Avenue. 3,0 12 Marion Ridenour, 2311 East Broad Street. 1.000 Charles L. Rogers, 2416 Venable Street.40,352 Virginia Rector. 305 North Thirty-second St. 1.677 Virginia Rosson, 2S0S East Broad Street. 1.000 William Snyder. 807 Thl:;d Avenue. 1,000 Dan E Seibert. 11H North Fourth Street. 1,020 Ramon Smith, 614 North Twenty-fifth St. 8,126 Katherlne E. S.iunders, 3001 EaBt Broad St... 1.024 John M. Spe-nce, Jr.. 215 North Thirty-sixth St. 1.076 Nathan Sc.nnenherg. 102 East Marshall Street. 1,050 Mary Stutz. Plea3ant Street. 1.000 Joseph Sicklnger. M Street. 1.000 Eddie Tucker, 2000 Pleasant Street. 1,000 Planton A Tiller. 307 Third Avenue. 2,868 Harry Throckmorton, 910 North Twentieth St 1.159 Halton Valentine, 303 Third Avenue. 3.543 Helen S. Vaughan. 524 North Fourth Street. ..40,224 Pearl M. Wade. 519 North Thirty-first St. 4.351 Madeline Wolf, 1 North Fifth Street. 1,852 Louise Woodward, 2809 East Grace Street.... 9,543 Florence Waring, 41S N. Twenty-fourth St . . . . 1,005 Rosalie Welnhrunn, 627 North Sixth Street. . . . 1.245 District No. 3 All territory known an South Illcuinond, Includ? ing Swnnshoro and Foreat Hill. . At leant three prizes In thin district? A Diamond Ring, a Bicycle and a Gold Watch. Gtigg. B. Andrews, Thirtieth and McDonough. 1.000 Ralph P. BankB, ForeBt Hill. 1.372 Margaret Brooks, 1112 Decatur Street. 6.107 James S. Blaln. Forest Hill. 4,051 Maurice Barrett, 401 West Fifteenth Street... 1,000 Barnard Davis. 1609 Decatur Street. 1,931 Waller Duke, Woodland Heights.20.217 Andrew Daffron, 1502 Porter Street. 1,000 Margaret Entwlsle. 1217 Perry Street. 1.325 Eva A. East, 1811 Everett Street. 2.116 Seidon Flippen, 510 West Twelfth Street. 1,000 Grey Garnett, 1401 Porter Street. 2.012 John C. Gcddln, Forest Hill. 1,005 Bichard H. Hawkes, 920 McDonough Street... 1,000 Edward O. Hill. 1015 West Twelfth Street.... 1.004 Philip Jones, 1207 Balnbrldge Street. 1.000 John S. Jones. 2107 Everett Street. 1.135 Melvin R. JoneJ. 400 West Fifteenth Street.. 2,478 Lorlne Earl Moody, 1S16 Maury Street. 1.337 Jran Morton. Forest Hill. 1,000 Grace Paul. 1305 Balnbrldge Street. 1,000 Carroll Parrlsh, 105 West Thirteenth Street... 1.0?>u I.ucile Price. 101S Hull Street. 4.398 Agnes E. Reynolds, 405 West Fifteenth Street. 1,180 V/iille Roumes, 1323 Balnbrldge Street. l.ooo Maflon Shlfftett, 1315 Balnbrldge Street. 1,204 David Toney, 1115 Hull Street. 1.0M? Charles Turner, 118 East Thirty-first Street.. 1.000 Blanche Ullman, 1523 Porter Street. 1,000 District No. 4 PETERSBURG, VA., AND SUBURBS. At least three prizes In llila district? A Diamond Ring, a Bicycle and a Gold Watch. V/ray Barker, 30 Guarantee Street. 1,126 Rosabol Bowla, 22 Jefferson Street. 1,000 Grace Beasley, 508 Wast High Street. 1,000 Leonard Branch, 168 High Street. 1.000 Clalbourno Blick. 686 Washington Street. 1,000 Lots M. Baxter. Jr., 138 N. Sycamore Street.. 1.019 Pegsle Dunn, 100 Fllmore Street. 1,000 Irv'.n Eigenbrun, 272 South Sycamore Street.. 1,000 Wallace Elder. 256 High Street. 1.000 Rebecca Copper, 221 Halifax Street. L095 Mary Fields. 4 17 West High Street. 1.000 Wallace Garrln, 424 West Washington Street. 1,000 Mary Glllman. Fllmore Strcot. 1.000 Howard Harris. 23 Pino Street. 1.000 Randlett Jones. 43 N'orth Market Street. 1,015 Hubert Jones, 207 High Street. 1.000 Charles Jackson. 152 High Street. 1,000 Robert L Kldd, 2S Guarantee Streat. 1,148 I .'. A. Lamler. 110 High Street. 1.000 Otho Nugent. 33 Lombard Street. 1,178 Jimtnie Nowland, 235 North Sycamore Street. l.OuO Clarence Perkins, 119 Grove Avenue. 1,000 Henry Prltchard, 205 Orove Avenue. 1,000 1 C. Shore. Jr., Ill North Adams Street..-_ 1,000 Jeral Sawl, 6 South Adams Street. 1.00? Virgil St. Cloud, Stratford Hotel. 4.570 Robert Nelson Spain. 622 Pearl Street. 3,549 Annie C. Townsend. 34 South Market Street... 1.001 Hugh Williamson. Grove and South Streets... 1,000 F R Wadlelgh, Jr., ISO High Street. 1,243 Helen Williamson. 622 West Washington St... 2,5)2 District No. 5 AH territory In which The Times-Dispatch clr? culntes, not Included In the above districts. At leant three prises In this district? A Diamond Ring, a Bicycle and a Gold Watch. E. S. Pollard. Aylett, Va. 2.124 Martha E. Carlton. Ashland. Va..'. 1,272 William P. Shelton. Ashland. Va. 1,900 Virginia Thompson, Ablngdon, Va. 8,095 Clarence B. Thomas, R. F. D. No. 1, Atlee. Va. .'5.472 Henry D. McHencey, Afton. Va.1,000 Mary Jefferson. Amelia, Va. 2,579 Willard H. Brown. Blackstone, Va.."30,318 Campbell F. Eppes, Blackstone, Va. 1,035 David W. Justice. Blackstone. Va. 1,185 William Ration Williams, Blacksburg. Va.... 1,364 Gibson Shelton. Buckner, Va.40,150 Ruth L. Cooke, Buckner, Va. 1,397 Asa B. Alspaugh, Burkevllle, Va.13,714 Lucy Bryson, Boydton, Va. G.OOTt George M. Farrar, Jr.. Clifton Forge, Va. 2,27! Uitella Shands. Courtland, Va.il,025 John Brooks. Charlotte Courthouse, Va. 1,000 Gleima iitembrldge. Chase City. Va. 1,000 II. B. Winfrey. Culpeper. Va. 1,000 Acree Scarborough. Carson, Va. 1,005 Elizabeth AVtlpon, Crewe, Va.9.35S Charles Wayland, Crozet, Va. 1.660 William F. Orant, Crozet. Va. 1.013 J. Wulter Fltchett. Cape Charles, Va. 1,063 Flora L- Fltchett, Cape Char'.es, Va. 1.025 Willie S. Rhodes, Cnrtersvlllc. Va._1,277 Emma B. Estes. Cascade, Va.-.!1.05T Helen L. Holmes, Doswell. Va. 2,301 Violet E. Wright, Doswell, Va.30.231 Flora Douglas Martin. Dendton. Va. 5,000 Agnes E. Cocks, Disputants, Va. 1,154 Dan A. Overby, Danville, Va. 1,000 Robert L. Bradley, Ebony, Va. 6,394 Mynle Ransome, Elk Hill, Va. 1,289 Katie Lumpkin, Ettrlck, Va. 1.124 Andrew J. Tucker, Ettrlck, Va. 1,095 T. Olln Llnlhlcum, Frederleksburg, Va. 1,236 Charles Harris, Frederleksburg, Va. 1,000 M. Klmer King. Frederleksburg, Va.35,138 W. Edward Richardson. Farmvllle. Va.40.S89 Irma O. Tiller, Forest Depot, Va. 1,237 William O. Snead, Jr., Fork Union. Va. 6.08S .Alfred N. Martin, Gordonsvllle, Va. 2,840 Elizabeth Jacobs, Gordonsvllle, Va. 1,168 Robert B. Price. Green Bay. Va.34,574 Dcrothy Winfrey. Glen Allen, Va. 1.000 W. A. Ma thews, Glasgow, Va. 1,055 James M. Knight. Hnlstead's Point, Va. 1,000 I.ucien P. Wtekham, Hallsboro, Va. 1.114 Eddyltne Wood. Hewlett, Va.1,073 Elizabeth O Bangles, Hallsboro. Va. 1.055 Walter M. Hughlett, Kllmarnock. Va. 1.000 John Norvell. Island, Va. 6.587 William P. Dillon, Indian Rock. Va. 1,285 Htndrlck A. Bracey, Joycevllle. Va. 3.080 Dorothy P. Voting, Keysville. Va.33,847 I Dorsey C. Hopkins, Lexington, Va.18,770 ! Montgomery D. Rnrhn, lacrosse, Va. 6,208 Fdwln Q. Wright. Louisa. Va. 1.000 Louise Crank, Loulsn, Va. 1.000 Charles C. Davis, Jr.. ..oulsa. Va. 1.123 Govna Browdcr, Lawrencevllle, Va.29,796 I'ay Rrockman, Madison Run. Va. 1,000 Maud Tnlley. Mineral. Va. 7.476 Mary M. Wright, Magruder. Va. 1,000 Holland R. Wilkinson, Matoica, Va. 1.287 Elizabeth Wilson. Montvale, Va.-1.01)0 Lois B. Driscoll, Newport News. Va. M99 Floyd Doughty, North Emporla, Va.20.50", William Gillette, North Emporla, Va. 1,200 Fnnnie Hill, North Emporla, Va. 1.000 Mary Squires. South Emporla, Va. 1,000 Eva Larmon, Norf.- k. Va. 1,015 Charlie Colieor. Old Point, Va.28,764 Robert Crump. Ardsburg, Va.-. 1,000 l'lornbel White, Ontario, Va. 1,826 Branch W. Rarksdale. Paces, Va. 1,595 Robert H. Guinea, R F. D. No. 1. Richmond.. 1,445 Mary G. Stonemon. R F. D. No. 5, Richmond. 2.SJI3 Maria Carroll. R F. D. No. 2. Richmond, Va. . . 1,077 Monroe L -Crawford. R. F. D. No. 3. Richmond l,?8l Richard C. Grant, Rio Vista, Va. 2,388 Harry Norman. Reldsvllle, N. C . 1,000 Elizabeth Alcocke, Rocky Mount. N. C. 8,006 Nlckettl Johnston, Rock Castle. Va. 1,036 Tom Atteln, Seven Pines, Va. 1.050 Frank P Staples, Roxbury, Va. 1,116 Ruth Reynolds, South Boston, Va. 1,000 John Ashby Wright, South Boston. Va. 1,340 Tommte Rye, South Boston, Va. 1,054 Earl Huddle, Shonandoah. Va.6.074 \ irginlo Pusev, School. Va. 1,000 John B. Green, Surry. Va. 4,206 P. J. Powell, Surry, Va. 1.000 Edward Waldon. Sco.ttSburg, Va. 1,083 Mary Yancey. South Hill. Va.37,216 Tom R?ttln, Tettlngton. Va. 1.267 Cella Whitehurst, Tucker. Va. J.05S Elizabeth H, Scot:. Vlnita, Va. 1.T3J Lillian Robertson. Wokefleld. Va. 2,497 Esther Pond. Waketleld, Va. 4,806 Margaret Warflold. Walker's Ford. Va. 1.070 Thomas W Pumphrey, West Point, Va. 3,088 Wtllard 9. Cooke., Yorktown, Va. 6,551 Margorle Grumpier, Zunl, Va. 8.8*f Special Bonus Vote Offer On Subscriptions Closes Saturday Night "I r AAA EXTRA VOTES with every $25 worth of subscriptions turned in by Pony and Cart contestants during the week 10.UUU starting Monday, August 21, and ending Saturday, August 26. A special coupon good for 15,000 extra votes will be issued in addition to the regular number of votes allowed in the schedule. Subscriptions may be turned in at any time during the week, and if the total on Saturday night equals $25, the special coupon will be issued. If the total equals S50, two coupons will be issued, and so on for as many times S25 as is turned in. Here is an opportunity that should be taken advantage of by every contestant. 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