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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 November 1914

Weekly Bureau of Information for All Who Till the*Soil or Are Interested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All toqolriea nnd romiuuulcatlona tvlll rwlvf prompt uttentlon. Mondnr, and contributions or addrtiitd to The TlinrH-Dlipntcb Thin department will apprikr each auKKeatlona ivlll be welcomed. Facts for Farmers, Stock Breeders Poultry Raisers, Orchardists, Truckers and Gar deners?Queries and Answers BRIEF NOTES THOUGHT I OUT BY THE WAYSIDE The fMll and. winter months afford the best time for looking the trees over for cankers. These are rough, black, more or less swollen places on i tho bark, varying In *izc from one s tinker nail to several Inches long, ana usually cracked open. If you have never tried keeping a. few sheep Just make the start now. They are easy to keep and* return handsome profits. They also perform good service In eradicating weeds. Potato experts In Minnesota are discing 100 to 1!00 bushels per acre. A farmer of Anoka County reports 241 bushels off one a...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 November 1914

iicfrmoift fasflfcpattlj ' m vntf tPATTnftl VW A Tl I TELEPIIOXp YOVH WANTS TO the times-dispatch lANDOL.ru I 1 UAN'UOLl'II \ WANT All. RATKS. >AILY, one cent a wont wlion paid In ad- \ vance. No ad. taken for leas thnn 10 cento. UNDAY, ono and one-half cent* a word for nil cluaaliled a ill).,except Sttuatlonu Wanted ut ono cent n word. No ad. taken for Iokk than 1& centH. '0 ADS. taken for lenu than 15 cunts when ! charged or jihonod In. I'hor.od orders not fe*uaranto?d.? ?;!ai.?Jflcatloii? not tfutrantocd aftor 0:? P. M. LOST AND FOUND ..OST, fraternity pin with Greek totter ! Phi In pearlfc on front mid numo of ?wner on back. Finder please return o 1804 Park Avenue. jOST. setter femalo 12 months old; ono black oye, black earn mid head. Call landolph 305H-J, or bring to l'iOO Asliiand Street. \\\ 14. Finegan. !<OST or atrayed from Rlvorvlew, white ! and black Better dog with collar narked J. Hoy Valden. Howard If reurned to. John C. Easley, Riverv...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 November 1914

$ STREET SIGN TELLS X THE TIMES-DISPATCH f?idjtnonil ?me^-fUspatrij RICHMOND, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 19X4. I ' V I I Iinnli THE LATEST IWAR NEWS Vj0? I THE TIMES-DISPATCH Announcement! In connection with our usual sale of ChristmasGift Merchandise We have, also established A Christmas Fair Next Door to Our 6th St. Entrance Where you will find in a well lighter! and comfortable, store room "A CHRISTMAS FAIR," arranged in booths, all well stocked with useful Christmas gift, things, suitable for personal use and things useful in the liomo. All the conditions of shopping are just the same in "THE CHRISTMAS FAIR" as in the main store, and the FAIR is an extra addition to the MILLER & RHOADS store service. If you don't-find what you want in one place, the chances are that you will find it in the other. Some merchandise is the same in both places, but much is different. Location?Next door to our 6th St. entrance. XXI DOC HXZE >cc i SOUTHERN RAILWAY HAS FINANCES WELL IN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 November 1914

THE TIMES-DISPATCH fHE DECREE fn "w'."1; ?'?? ? Is reflocted dally OF FASHION Household THE >TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAR NUMBER 19,909. RICHMOND, VA.. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914.?TWELVE PAGES TO.dat'? FATR weather r/vin. PRICE 2 CENTS. AMERICAN FORCES 1 QUIT VERA CRUZ; ]i MEXICANS ENTER Constitutionalists Take Possession as Funston Withdraws. UNITED STATES TROOPS LEAVE ON TRANSPORTS City Remains Quiet, but Inhabitants Are Nervous and Apprehensive. NO TACTION YET IN CONTROL Promise Exacted That Safety of Americans Will He Guaranteed. VWRA Cllt'55. November -.'3.?The Mexican fl?c again la living- over Vera ??.?us. Brigadier-General Kunston and bin command of G.ono Infantrymen and marines. which was landed here April '.0 laet. got tinder way late to-day. and G?peral Candldo Aguilar's men took (barge of the city. The United States transport Crystoti.il, bearing the lir>i contingent of Americans, left the dock at 1:50 J\ SI. for home. The Mexicans marched in on the hee...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 November 1914

ermans Expected to tenant BIpp*. one of thoM who destroyed a Zeppelin ahed nnd an airship at DuMflldorf before the Germans took Antwerp, have made a atlll more daring raid from French territory ovqr Frlodrlcshafen. According to tho avlator6' account, they drooped bombs which damaged tlie JKeppolIn factory at that place. . Ono aeroplane was brought down by Germans, but tho o'hers escaped damage. SITUATION EVRIIVWIIKHE COMSIUEIIEU PAVORABLE BERLIN, November 23 (by wireless to the Associated Press).?The.general staff of the German army, referring to Important operations In Poland, now nearlng a decisive outcome, announced to?day that it considered the situation everywhere favorable. I SITUATION* I'M CHANGED IX WESTERN ARENA BERLIN, November 23 (by wireless to Sayvllle).?Army headquarters today gave out an official report, dated November 22, which reads as follows: "In the western arena of the war tho situation remains unchanged. In Poland the fighting continues, and the struggle Is goi...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 November 1914

S1XHNGH ROBBER TUBE IS BRAWN INTO WOUND Xegro Desperately Stabbed Dies at j ^Virginia Hospital After Set:on<l | Operation. JLltY QUESTIONS DR. STEKN | Finally Dooldes That Hcdgcpeth l)ic<l i From Stab Wounds, Ignoring In-' eldent as to Pipe Intended to j Drain Cut. "Charlos Hedgepeth, colored, came ? to,'lils death from tho effects of knlfo j wounds inflicted by Wyutt Cheatham j on Sopteinber 12." Such waa the vordict found by the coroner's jury which sat In the case yesterday. Cut, according to the testimony of Dn. Henry 8. Stern, one of the internes nt.thc Colored City Home and ono of the physicians who treated Hedgepeth. the presence of a six-inch piece of.rubber draining tubing in the man's '?hest cavity aggravated the irritation , of ? the wound and made it necessary j ?hat Hedgepeth bo; taken to the Vlr- | ginia Hospital, where, an operation1 was pcrforipc.d to remove it from his ? body. ? Hedgepeth was operated on at ! Virginia Hospital So vember H&a...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 November 1914

ACCURATE ACCOUNTS OF ACTIVITIES OF ATHLETES SPIDERS CONFIDENT 1 THE) Will WIN mE' I . Hi]uail Preparing for Battle With Yellow Jacket* at Brond Street Park Saturday Afternoon. MEN IN FINE CONDITION To-Morrow Set for First Scrimmage of Week?Student Body Already Fighting Battle?Contest Means Much to liOcalM. ? Fooling that after tJio results of the jfamos Saturday in tJio league that they now have an excellent opportunity to Uo.up tho championship race between themselves ami Hampden-Siduey. the Spiders reported on the stadium Held yesterday afternoon for h long signal drill, and tho opening practice of the week, during- which they will probably be harder at work than they have everj been before. Uv ndm.nisterlng a stlngilig defeat to William and Mary, the locals havo put themselves In position to head the race If they can. but defeat tho Yellow Jackets Saturday at Broad Street Park. William and Mary closed a very inglorious season; and ilamp-1 den-Sidney, who started out like world- 1...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 November 1914

SPORTS fe VIRGINIA POULTRY SHGW ipens to public to-ost Kxlilbiu Occupy Two Floors of Building 1007 Kast Muln Street?JudRCM to IJe^in Work Marly. I'KIZKS TO BK GIVEN VISITORS Punch Howl. .Trnv?*!l"JC Ctt?e, Barrel of Fl??u^ and Writing T>rslt tho Awnwls?-Rerelpts to lie Used for Developing High-Bred Fowls. i Officers of tho Virginia Poultry Show Association worked until a late hour last night petting tho exhibits In shape for the opening of th>- 1915 show, at 1007 lOast Main Street, the curtalr?s> of which will be drawn at 3 o'clock this morning, at which hour tho three | I Judges will begin their work of selecting the prize winners. Tho display In arranged on the first ntid second Iloor? of the building, the second Hour being double the size of the lower floor, giving ample space for :i comprt hens! v? display of the hundreds of line birds and ducks, tho majority of which uro from the pens of Virginia breeders. Tho show will open each day at 'J o'cto...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 November 1914

fvitlimorii) Cimc^-fli^patrlj TICK TIHKM, Poaa<H TMK l)ISHm-H. Pou?dH Pahllxkrd f*fry toy In llir j*?r hy thf Tlmrti. Pt<<p*lrk I'aMtahios CvmpuBf. Inc. Addrena all rommunlritioDi to THH TIMKS-uisi'A'I'I.H, T(mfi-Dla|i*trk Rulldln*. 10 South Tenth Street. Hl?kn"?4. Va. I rF.LEPHOSE, RAIVDOLPd 1 Publication OIBcr. 10 South Tenth Street South Richmond 102) (lull Street Petrmliuric 10B .North Sycamore Slrcet L>aihliurg IIS Ultfhth Street nAsnnooK. sTonv Jt brooks. inc.. Special Advertising Keprcaentntlvca. Nt'ir York ZtNi Firth Avenue Philadelphia .Mutual Life llullrilnic Chicago Pcople'a Can UulldloK subscription bates BY MAII. Oat SI* Tliret One POSTAGE PAII> Year. Kloa. Jloa. Mo. Pally and Sunday... .?0.00 ?n.OO $1 .BO 9 55 Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 35 Sunday only 2.00 l.OO .60 .25 By Tlmea-0'*patch Carrier Delivery Service In Richmond (and auliurliai and Petcrsburg-i Dally ?-'th Sunday, one tveek 15 centa Dally vrlthnnt Sunday,...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 November 1914

Household Interests -SOCIETYPer^oml N o t e r MISS SOPHIE R. MEREDITH BRIDE OF FRED G. BOYCE Ortmoar T?ke? Place nt 8*. June* Kplicopnl Church, and In Followed by Kcvrptlon. A lnrgo ami fashionable audience ill fill St. James Episcopal Church In overling nt K o'clock for the inhr<;e of Miss Sophie Robp Meredith, ? 'ijrluer of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles VI- ??! .:i Meredith, to Frol Gray son Boyco, of Baltimore. The wedding Is oho of tin4 mo?l Important und Inter?ctlng soclcty events of the season. %d many handsome gowns will be 'l'"rn by the women attending the ooremony. A reception at the home ?>}" the bride's parents, 204 Bast Graco street will follow the service at the onurcii, and many prominent guests t'ryijt a dlutanco are In Richmond for (he event. Mth. Max Talbot, of Brookline, Masa., will be her Bister's dame - honor, and the bridesmaids Include Mrs. Wlllard P. Hulllvan of Norfolk: Ii"f. XCrwIn Furrnan, of Brookline, !.n;p.: M1h? Sophie Pitt, of Llaltlmoio, ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 November 1914

EDUCATORS OF STATE MEET FOR CONFERENCE Ninth Annual Convention Opens at John Marshall High School To-Night. MANY SUBSIDIARY MEETINGS Program for To-Morroiv Contains Addresses From Many Leaders in Educational Thought and Effort Throughout State. The nlntli annua] convention of the Virginia Education Conference will open ivlth a public session In tho John Marshall High School to-nifrht at S:15 o'clock. This session will he hold under the auspices of tho Conference of Division Superintendents and School Trustees' Association. N. E. Clement, president of the hitter association, will preside. The visitors will be welcomed to the city by Mayor George Ainslle. and an address will bo delivered by Governor Stuart. K. C. Stearnes, superintendent of Public Instruction. will read his report on "The Year's Progress." The meeting will be closed with an address by P. P. Clnxton, United States Commissioner of Education. It Is expected that at least l.r.OO delegates, representing tho vast army of te...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 November 1914

TO JANUARY MEETING Street Committee Au-uits More Com-1 plete Information, ami Invites j Public Co-Ooeratiou.' | COMPILING EXISTING GUAM'S Laurel Street Citizens Want Tracks Removed From Hroail to Main, Complaining of Noise anil Dust. Want O-Cent Fares to Lakeside. No work on tlio Virginia Railway and Power Company'# application for a new blanket franchise will be done by .-tho Commltteo on Streets tlilu year. The commlttco voted yesterday afternoon to , lay tho company's.petition on tho table l until tho first meeting In January, at ?which time It will name a date for an initial public hearing. It will, meet, In regular session for tho llrtst time i next year on January 11. [ ft was tho understanding at the ? meeting of tho committee two weeks' ago that a date for a public heurhig would be^flxed at yesterday's moeilttg. Tho Virginia Hallway and I'ower Company had undertaken to supply to all the members reprints of the franchises under which It le now operating, but! It reported to t...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 November 1914

in/tiiii*i*i nr iiiiVir I iii(II* OF TRADING IN BONDS 't , \ . < ' . ? ? ? ? - . Go^rntjrs of New York Stock Exchange WUI Sleet To-Pay in Attempt to Settle Problem. Otjf OP HANDS OF BROKERS ; Time Believed Not Yet Ripe for Reopening Exchange^ for General Business, Liest It Bring Great Flood of .Selling Orders. BY njiOADAN WALL. NBW,YdUK. November J3.?The governor* of tjje New York Stock Exchange will meet to-morrow to discuss the advisability of rtsDmlng public trading la bunds under specified restrictions. This *ubjeet.was (r?eiy discussed by members to-day. untl the opinion prevailed that the time waq not ripe (or public trading '"The Continental Invf'ator." remarked tho li?ad Pf on International bond house. "Hinds' himself Without any market, although his ? holding* h-ive been well divcrsillod. What were prime Investments In Spain, Trance. Africa or Soyth America, ure ".xithout tiny kind of a' market to-day, and the' re-es-tablishment of a market far ' Anterlcun bonds ...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 November 1914

81XTY-FOUR.TH YEAR ADMITTEDLY 1THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERT1SINO. n TELEPHONE YOUIl WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH INDOLPH 1 4 HANDOWH WANT AD. RATES. PAILY, ono cant a word whcnpaU'n aJ- | vance. No ad. taken for lens than 10 cents. IDNDAY. ono ond one-half cents a word for lall classified ads. excoot SltuaUgBIJ Wanted I at one cent a word. No ad. taken for lth&n 16 cenU. |0 ADS. taken for less than ? ""J" Icharged or phoned In. Phoned ?rdors not lliuaranteed. Classifications not guarantee" I after >:!? ??. M. . ' LOST AND FOUVO v loST, male English H^ter ?'trayed 1 from my residenceon O#bor ne.Turn ike Sunday, November 22. D}ac?Pl?"? I hlte and speckled, with n Uttlo w,'i |rv head and lees. ?f Rturned to R. F. D. N?- A?; lorpren, phone Madison 1467-r. An were to name "Tony." OST, Royal Arcanum emblem with owner" name on haclt. He ward If pturnod to Charles A. Crawford, 17-v roveAvenue. __? OST. bracelot having .lrL,1V?i"v'"aft^rF." and sma...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 November 1914

WANT APS Whether you WILL HELP Reek a p?8itlon iiiii"iiimii ??or an employe THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24,1914. LI LLIAU D1TQCPI I UJl0'r,' ^ L.1-. ja8t for women in THE TIMES-DISPATtH Store Open Daily Till 6 P. 'M. $7.50 Warm Sweaters for the Entire Family WOMEN'S ALL-WOOL SCARFS AND CAPS, of the new, soft wooly texture; Scarfs with fringe and Caps with (J?0 AA bands of silk fibre; set COAT SWEATERS FOR WOMEN, in links, stitch belt and fancy weave, giving Norfolk effect; colors, blue QQ and tan 4)1 ?t/0 SOFT SHETLAND WOOL SWEATER, in white and the various new colorings HANDSOME DOUBLE SWEATER, soft and warm, gold lined white and Kelly lined white; entirely O CA new eDl&i.DU SWEATERS for women here in the best, values obtainable, $2.00, $3.98 AND $5.00 BOYS' SWEATERS, in tan, navy and SCOUT AND CAMP-FIRE SWEATERS, for boy QQ or girl ? MISSES' SWEATERS, in tan, Copenhagen, rose, red and white; belted or straight Sweater, with pockets; Of all sizes to 3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 November 1914

THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS. <Hth YEAR NUMBER 1.9,910. RICHMOND, VA.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1914.?TWELVE PAGES CLOUDY TO.d a y'> \y bather STEARNES REVIEWS WORK OF SCHOOLS FOR PAST YEAR Notable Progress Made in Enrolment, Equipment and Efficiency. CLAXTON FAVORS NATIONAL COMPULSORY SCHOOL LAW United States Commissioner of Educatiom Speaks to Virginia Education Conference. BIG OATHEKING OF TEACHERS Educator** to Meet In Many Group* To-Day to Disrupt* Methods. In hl.s nOvonacy of a national compulaory acliool law, longer school ? crniH and a permanency of position t'or'tho teacher, 1'. I'. Cln.vton, United states <*oitnnle.y|oncr of Education, made a powerful inipri MHlon Inut night <?ii the Kath^ritKr of Kacliorv ami e<lucatorts fur I lie ninth miiiual convention of the Virginia. Education Conference. The M*t?s!<>n. which was held In the auditorium of the John .Marshall High Si-hoo!, wiih prodded over...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 November 1914

llV?Pa*M.d l.aw" to Prevent ami to punif ,n *old: to ?* "?? Price br?i? w, n8:.i 1 con?umpt!on of JltSSu? ^ a,,d to oxttnd ??? moI* /, RPP,>'?nK to bills of exchanKo '??".I^orraJne. East I'rusBlu and parte of West Prussia another thirty uayw. making Its extent 150 days. It It le eypectcd the price of wool will be fixed this week. The British government has taken up all the stocks of lfnthur. I(l'\Ui:i|.STRIOKGN DRL?IA,\S RESORT TO UHIGA.\DAGR The hunger-stricken Belgians on tho border of Holland are pictured as retorting to brigandage. Reports pay a state of anarchy Is approaching. Queen .Mary has sent to Mrs. Walter H. I age. wife of the American ambas*sador, a lottor of thanks for the mission of the Santa Claue ship Jason, which Is bringing Christmas gifts from American children to children In England nnd on the Continent. Tho Jason will arrive at Devonport tomorrow. She will bo given an official roceptlon by the municipality of iJ>ymouth and by representativ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 November 1914

Generous Attitude Toward' Federal Reserve Board and Its Measures ? Urged by (Strong. GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK BANK New Monetary System Caunut Make Prosperity, He 8ays, but Will Aid In Recovery of Business From Hliock of War. N*BW YORK," November M.?Judgment must be suspended and a generous attitude must dc obsorved both toward the Tedorul Reserve Hoard and the measures adopted by It if tho new monetary systom of tho United States is to bo a 'success, In tho opinion of Xifcnjainln Strong, Jr., governor of the ;Kederal Reserve Bank of Now York City. Mr. Strong voiced his opinion at a so-called prosperity luncheon given to-day by the Merchants' Association. "I; should warn you that the reserve banks cannot make prosperity." Mr. Strong said. "As they gradually assume their functions they will certalply aid In the recovery of business from the shock of war, and, I hope, will reap their share of the reward. Tho defects of the old system may have be<>n corrected by the ne...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 November 1914

[ SPORTS IFOOTBALL SQUADS ARRIVE TO-DAY PRIMED FOR BIG GAMEl SPORTS SnDERS SHOW PLENTY OF "PEP" III PRACTICE Coach Dobson Sends tlio Regulars ^Through I/Oiir, Driving Work-Out on Westhampton Field. ANOTHER SESSION TO-MORROW Squad Will Keep in Form for Most Important Game on tho Schedule. Student Body Standing Nobly by the Footballers. With plenty of life?in keeping with the sharp weather?the Spider football squad run through a long, driving i practice yesterday afternoon at the j latter part of which the varsity was: sent against the scrubs In the llrst I scrimmage of this, the last week of i practice of the season lending up to the final game to be played against Handolph-Macon at Hroad Street Tark Saturday. The varsity lind in a strong line-up, although tbc backtield was changed a . good deal; and, although tho scrubs { put up a stiff tight all the way, tho 1 first-string men held the upper hand all through the fray. The Spiders are Improving every day In their team play and spiri...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 November 1914

? SPORTS I DICK WRTKINS'S BOXER ; WINS FEATURE EVENT ' Takes Erdenheim Handicap From i Hanson After Rard Drive in Final J Sixteenth at Havre do Grace. It. OMVEll BEST OVER JUMPS j Billy Garth's Recent Addition to Steeplechuslnn (tanks Beats Favorite. Revoter?Pardner, at 10 to 1, Captures Third. HAVRE I)M OR AOL), November 24.? Dick Watklns's coR. Boxer, won tho Erdenlielm handicap die star number of this aftemooh'a program, In a drlvo witli Hunoon. The Parson's colt made all the pace, but at the last sixteenth pole Boxer chalkiiko'J, and In hard ilnlsh beat llunxun out. Dr. Larrlck hunK well and got the show money. The favorite, Harry Jun- 1 lor, was never prominent. Wanda Pit per captured the opentnn ? vent, outtlnlsOiing tho favorite Em<rall Gem. Robeit Oliver, one of Bllly Garth's recent recruits to the jumpIn*; ranks, won tho steeplechase rather handily. Tho favorite Devoted fell In tho last tijiu- around while In the It-ad. First race, selllne; handicap: for all rige...

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