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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 May 1903

MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Gnsh In Advance QBE GENT WORD. HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, A WOMAN TO DO COOKING and general house work. Apply at No. 120fl Decatur Streot, Manchester, Va. WANTED. A GOOD COOK, WASH ran nnd JRONIOR, Apply, wlt.h rccommenilntlon, to Mt> W. Mlitshnll RtrceL WANTED. A WHITE GIRL, CAPABLE of performing house work. Addrnss, with roforences, GOOD HOMIC, care this ofTlco. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED. IJY LADY, POSITION IN country storn, or to take charga of lin-en-room In boarding-house; refironnoa glvnn. Address HOPE, 203 W. Marshall, HELP WANTED— MALE WANTED. WIIITIO MAN TO WORK ON farm and live nn tin 1 place. Apply to M. M. BLACKER, Chantllly, BroadStroot P.oud, city. WANTUD, COLORED MAN TO DO DIN-Ing-ronm nnd hoimo work. Apply lo M. M. BLACKEH, Chnntllly, Broad-Strret Road, city. WANTED, SALESMAN; EXPERIENCED Btilesrnnn for rubber goodfl and mill supplies houso to travel Vlrglnl/i and West VlrKlnla; glvo fixperlfinco, referrnco nnd Riilnry ex...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 May 1903

as Miller & Rhoads, | ' Miller & Rhoads. WEATHER FORECAST— Fair to-day. P. N. Corsets For $1.50. I 4 « * I f I _ *L Jk A 44 This corset is especially suitable to wear under a thin Shirtwaist. Nicely made in Batiste— medium length— trimmed with Normnndie Val. Luce nnd Ribbon Bow. The Aluminum steel boning prevents rusting from perspiration. $1.50 is a very moderate price for this garment. 50c Imported Linen Grenadines 25c. Tho handsomest goods that we've seen this year. Natural Linen grounds, with fancy mercerized stripes of pink, green, white and old rose. The mercerizing makes the fabric look like silk and linen. These goods -svero imported from Franco early in tho season, and retailed at 50c a yard, but a backward spring caused a slump in wholesale prices. We bought this lot last week to sell at 25c. Social and < Jpersona/ < Mrs. Duncan, of Loulsvlllo, Ky., gavo a. most pleasing talk at tho Woman y Club last afternoon on "Plantation Re...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

TH^iiiS^SSSSBSBiS&IWHOLE NUMBER, 16,240. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, May 13.— Forecast for ThniPfloy nnd Frlrtny: Virginia— Fn l r Thursulny ami FrMny, excpt rnln Thursday In west portion! fr*.«h east to north winds on the eonnt. North Carolina— H.aln on the coast Thursday nnd Friday j fresh north winds, diminishing. A ftho-wrr of short duration yesterday Bnrvcrl to Iny the Hunt nnrl koep tho tfimiipraturn down. To-ilsiy nnd to-morrow nid oxpectod to bo fair, with tho exception of rain to-day In thn western portion. STATE OF THK TIIERMOM-ETER. 0 A. il 66 )2 M 7« 3 P. M '•• 8 P. M £} n V. sr M 13 midnight M_ Avorago CBs "° Illßhfst temperature yesterday W Lowest lenvperaturo ycßleroay 'fj Normal temperature f"r May 07 Doparturo from norrnnl lpmp"raturn. O.i Precipitation during piist !M hours IK MINIATURE ALMANAC. M;iy 14, 1903. Bun ilhos 6:03 I inOH TIDE. Hun Kotn 1:<» Morning 6:23 RICHMOND. Amlu-rst trouljlo settled by the Hflloctlon of Ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

2 PROSPECTS JVIr. Davis Thinks He Will Succeed Mr. Donotioo. JUDGE JAS. SENER UNWELL Will Not Be Able lo Preside nt University When President Roosevelt is There— Myron T.Herrick Suggested as Teddy's Male. The Tlmes-Dlspatch Bureau, No 1417 O Street, N. \V., Washington, D. C May 13, IBM. There Ins boen a rumor going the roUnOs Bmong the pnjltical gossips- that the candidacy of Machen to pucceid Donohoe in the Virginia Bcnato had resulted In a sort of eatrAJigettlent between LieuienantGovernor Wlllnrd and K. Walton iloorc. Wr. Machetl was In Washlngion yesterday In consultation with Mr. Davis; of Alexandria county, relative to a patent suit In which they arc ii torested. When the reported estrangement between the Fairfax gentlemen was mentioned to him by Mr. Pavls, he said that he thought it was all a mistake, ' that both Mooro nnd Wlllard were working in (harmony to secure his nomination. He Bald further that he didn't apprehend any Bcrlous dllllculty la winning out. Speaking to Tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

MAD RUSH FOR COTTON Sensational Advance in Price of the Staple. ALL RECORDS BROKEN Rush of Buying Orders Was Probably the Greatest Ever Witnessed in Any Cotton Market— Close Few Points from tho Top, | (By ARsnrlntoil Prr-xa.) NEW VOUK, May I3,— Tremendous excitement liorvadod tho cotton market today ns a result of Herinntlonnl rulVftnces In Liverpool, which came about 10 to 10 jjolnta hlglior than had been expected, The local market started IK to 'l~ p'llnta higher on tho near months and 4 to 14 on the late months under v rush of nhorts to cover. The declines of yesterday had attracted sales and these holli.th bought uotlvcly this morning. During the first fuw minutes prices wero advanced a trlllo further on some positions, but wnro almost Immediately weakened by a wave «f> welling for profits. This selling was encouraged by the Indlfferenco of. New Orleans, favorable weather and fair rocelpts. The advance at Liverpool was attributed' by cables to demand In the nbsenco of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch Published D.iilr nnrt Weekly nt Xo. 4 North Tenth Ptroflt, Kidimond, Va. Entered Jnimnry 27, 1003, nt Richmond, Vn.. ns SecondClnfß Mntler, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. Tho DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is •old at 2 cents ft copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is told at 5 con Is n. copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnil— B0 cents a month j .*n.oo a year, $2.50 for Bix monlhs; $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a year. The DAITA 7 TIMES-DISPATCH, )neltidiutf Sunday, by Cnrricr, 15 cents per .week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, fi con is per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. ... , All Unsigned Commmiientkms will be rejected. „, , . Rejected Communion-lions will not Do returned unless accompanied by st.nmps. Uptown OlhVe. Nt T. A. Miller's, Iso. 510 East Broad Street. THUKSDAY, MAY 14, 1003 LET US HAVE PEACE. We hnvo a letter from a correspondent *-ho suggests, now that Judge Campbell, of .Amherst, hns been removed from the b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

COMBINE THE TWO llmportant Movement Now Developing. VERY STRONG OPPOSITION The Proposition Will Probably Be the Leading Issue at the Coming Assembly — Committee Divided, Them will bo nprung In tho mooting of tho General Assembly of the Prcibyterlan Church, which moots In Lexington, Va.. next Week, a movement, strongly opposed nml strongly endorsed, looking to a combination of two grent departments of tho denominational work — Publication and fcjunday Schools. From present Indications tho Ikbiio drawn by tho proposition will he tho ono of chief moment at tho big meeting. Exceptional Interest Is felt In It here, particularly In view of tho fact that both departments under discussion have their headquarter:) In thin city, I'ItOBAULY DB MADE. Tho Sunday-school work was Instituted about two yearn ago and was placed In tho hands of the IU.-v. A. L. Phillips, D. 13., who aa general superintendent for the entire Southern Church established Ills headquarters In Itlclunond. Upon the death of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

6 BIG TRADE EXCURSION Red Men Soon to Gather in Frederlcksburg. GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT Permanent Organization is Effected In Caroline, and Officers Are Elected. Railroad Makes Good Contribution. (Special to Tlio Tlmes-Dlspatch.) FREDERICKSBURO, A r A., May 13,-» The trndo excursion from along the Rappahannook Wver by the steamer Tourist brought nearly W0 busy shoppers to this city. Thoy spent a large amount of rooney with the merchants hero during their stay and whon thoy left here Just tofore noon to-dny on tho return trip they carried with them a. big lot of sup. The Groat Council of Virginia, Improved Order of Red Men, will moot \v the Opera House in this city on "Wednesday, May 20th, with Rnppahannoek Tribe, No. 12, and continue In session three days. This will bo tho flftyeeventh (frent sun Hesslon, nnd Great Bachem A. M. Tennis, of Hampton, will preside. Tho local council Is busy mokJng preparations for tho event. Several entertaining programmes will be arranged aside from the. r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

CROPS NEED HOT WEATHER Cotton Planting About Finished In North Carolina. WHEAT BELOW AVERAGE Several Charters Granted — Opinions Handed Down by Supreme Court. Young Women's Christian Association Chartered. (Special to The Tlmoß-lMHpatch.) IlAl>iainHr. N. C, Mny 13.— The North Oarollniu crop bulletin for thin week Hays thoro hnH been Improvement Jn crop conditions tho past wcftk, but that growth is slow. Wnrni wonther Ib now much needed. Corn planting In uplands Is nearly completed, but Htands uro not generally Rood. I'lantiiiK cotton is about finished In thf Fiawt and South. Tobncco la all not. In tho Eant, where warm rain lit bmlly needed. Dry weather hnn checked Irannplfuttlnf? In tho north centnil Bcctlon, whore much land Is prcimred mid plants are plentiful. Wheat crop will bo lmlow tho average. Somo ponnuts hnvo been plantccl. Lucannuf) Jackson, a white man, aged <hlrty-llvo yoarw. wan badly crushed in a vavc-in while digging in a pit at Npubo, near Raleig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

TO HAVE A PRESIDENT Plan Proposed at Union Theological Seminary. MAY ELECT DR. MOORE An Affecting Scene in Connection With the Resignation of Rev. Dr. R. P. Kerr— Resolutions Are Adopted. At the final meeting of the Board of Trustees of Union Theological Seminary, held yesterday morning In connection with the commencement exercises attending the closo of the nlnety-flrpt school year, there dovoloped n strongly endorsed movement, looking to an Important change in tho management of UiC Institution. Up to this time tho Seminary has been under the direct supervision of a chairman of the faculty. Different members ■would fill the position at different times, passing It around as it wore. For some time Dr. Vt'. W. Moore was at the head of thlnps. Ho Is now spending some time traveling nbroad for his health, "Which has boon extremely poor, but which under the Influence of foreign climates Is now rapidly Improving. Tho proposed chnngx; contemplates the abolition of the office of chairman of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

GET READY TO ADJOURN Both Houses Are Preparing to Leave. TO THE CITIES AND TOWNS Houso Passes Important Bill Affectln Their Government, and Also that to Allow Governor to Designate ■Judges in Case of Removal Both of tho liouscb of thft Gcn<?rnl AbBPinbly hold two sessions yesterday nnd d'suoscd of a largo amount of work. The lini.Ho, under a suspension of rules, lidded Iho bill offered by Mr. Allen, of Botetourt, to authorize the Governor to deulgnnto Juilges to hold court where the incumbent Is removed, and tho Courts of Justice CornmlttßO reported that they hod Completed their general work, and Instead CS printing the report. It was referred to the Revision Committee. Tho Houso pacsod a number of local EriK tn bills, amnng them being ono to provide for keeping In repair tho public riads of Appomattox county. A general bill of Interent passed by the House wns that relating to tho. public fren school system, nnd another whs In relation in tho election of county, district,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

10 RALLY CAME LATE IN DAY Selling Caused Decline In Stock Prices In Morning. DEPRESSING INFLUENCES Stngnallon in Iron Market nnd Impend. ing Labor Troubles Among Causes of Weak Market— Recovering on Small Volume. (F»r APFoclntt'l rre«».) NEW YORK, May IS.-The pelllng, which enured this monlnsV decHnoi -In Btocks had 'he appoaraJJCQ of a spilling o :o a carried-ovcr influence fwmjgj; fordiv's events. AutbM-iuuive deniaia of vostei'day'a report of a deep cut in Rteel' billots nt PlttHburg by a leading Interest .lid not put a; atop to .the f^iinß of United States Htocks and those of lndepedent companies. Discuss nn of the iron tradi outlook was a. lonMnK feature of the d»v'« ppcculatlon. There was a deprecation of any talk of dlscourn K emenU bouimso of current declining tendency In the price of pig Iron, olleii ng that the higher level recently prevailing was really artificial and for special deliveries or Other reasons. The course of prices of stocks indicates that Hpeculatlvo .senti...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Gents, Cash fn Advance m owe Si! cekt □I A i^l WORD. HELP WANTED— FEMALE. iWANTEI), COOK. WHITK OR COLORed. Apply 2217 West Main Streot. .WANTED. A RELIABLE SERVANT GIRL for house work. Apply 14 North Fourth Streot. "stenographer, rapid, accurate and good speller, ono with experience preferred. Salary $7 start. Oliver Typewriter used. O. D., enre this office. .WANTED, LADY ASSISTANT IN OFflco; must bo stenographer, willing to loam bookkeeping, nhd to (insist gener£ll y In conduct of business. Address •„ caro this office. HELP WANTED— MALB. .WANTED. A FIRST-CI^ASS WHITE BARBER at IMPERIAL BARI3ERBHOP. 624 E. Broad Streot. .WANTED, A GOOD, LIVE MAN AS helper nnd salesman. Apply JENNINGS & SONS, Second Market. .WANTED, AT- ONCB, THIRTY fflO) Brick CLEANICHS. Apply BT. CLAIRE HOTEL, Ninth and Grace Street. .WANTED, COLORED MAN TO DO DIN-Ing-rofim nnd house work. Apply In M. M. BLACKER, Chantllly, Broad-Street Road, city. .WANTED, EXPERIENCED HKJ.P IN paint ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 May 1903

r • ', IS Miller «& Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads, White Lawn Kimonas 50c. Very \ovr priced when you consider that the Lawn is of good quality and the sewing neatly done. They hare pretty Black and Whito Polka Dot Bands 800, Long or short Kimonas of a finer quality Whito Lawn aro $|,00. Colored Bands and all Sizes. For a Breakfast Negligee on a Summer Morning either ono of these Kiinonas is about as inexpensive a garment as you can got. Silk Striped Dimities 19c. Yard. When these Dimities wore woven enrly in tho season they •wore intended for in, big mercantile house north of us ami the rotnil price would have been nt least yOc. Swivel Silk is Half Silk and Half Cotton 19c. Yard. The manufacturers held their prico pretty high early in the spring. Kelnil merchants that purchased this fabric sold it for COc yard. The cold weather and the enormous variety of v/asYi goods this season abused the price to tumb c rapidly and wo secured a goodly assortment to sell (•r l»c....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION THK TFMR9, KOUNDED IM9 I TIIE DISPATCH. FOUNDED UiOO I I LITTLE PERCY TRIES TO PHOTOGRAPH WILD ANIMALS ' << It'sawoH!" "I'm not trying any. bears to-day!" Which is only tempo^r^ho^evert WHOLE NUMBER, 16,237. "Thte.wffl.be easy 111I 11 BICHMOXD, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1903. "The.book says it's very/difficult." "WL try another/ anyhow." v Pictures of moose ought to be easy .'nufL' 1 JPoor.Psrty iaa mess. v Whafs, this getting in ?" ",Oh; mamma! A-bear1 f> Great Interest shown by the moose. And he Iqs2s,gll interest la art THREE SECTIONS PKICE FIVE CEXTS,

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

How Two of Them WercHeld in Confinement. OLD LETTER FROM CAMP Recollections of Arduous Services—lncidents and Reminiscence — Songs nnd Poems — Personal Incidents. Editor of The Times-Dispatch: Sir,— Powhatan Bouldln, my brother, rocontly In loolcing ovnr boiho old letters, came ncross th-j following letter: The Doctor Kuckor referred to was retained by us and was Imprisoned the vllle, Va,, then a Burgeon In the ConfedHjßW' Ruckpr ma lc Ills escape has never bo<vi told rus for a-i I know. By some m^nns ho r?ot out or was let out liy nn oul-s!cler, for tho J.ill wan not broken; He went near Lynchburg and Covlngtdn when he got out of prison, on his way to West Virginia. Grent Influences wore enlisted to havo Dr. Gre^n rfloasod, but ti> no effect. We contended that Rucker could bo held under the rulos of war, because ho was chufgea with piloting the i-i.fi y li lilh own country and. burning Cow Pasturo River bridge; nnd because he was under Inrticttneiits by tho gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

VETERANS AND HOWITZERS LEAVE FOR NEW ORLEANS. They Aro Bound South in a Solid Pullman Train. 7AIR SPONSORS AND MAIDS OF IIONOJI ACCOMPANY THE PARTY Many Attentions to bo Shown Them Along the Line of ilio Southern Railway — Convention City Prepared to Accord Them Every Hospitality — Howitzers to bo the Guests of Louisiana Field Artillery. Member of Veterans in Party. With fervent handshaker nnd hearty nu fotblrs, the one hundred and fifty veternns, Indies nnd their escorts Btnrtod South laM night In the palatial "VotornnH 1 and XtowlUers' " special, provided by tho Eoutliorn Itnllway Company, with several Itepi.rtant stops nlong tho line, to Now Or etuis, where receptions will bo held, tho train will pull Into tho Confederate 2t< • r.ton city about 9 o'clock Monday night. ;vhd, tho visitors will be taken In charge tjy tho local commltteo of arrangements •nd provided with most comfortable quar-U-rB. ...e march of the old veterans from Loe Camp to the depot, under the escort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

_. f ORE ARMY SCANDALS German Officer Courl-Alar-tialed for His Cruelty. EX-QUEEN AS AN AUTHOR BY MALCOLM CLARKE. Special Cable to the Times-Dispatch Copyright 1903.) BERLIN, May 1G. — While expectations ot war In various parts of the world andirecting renewed attention to army mat- ■ ters. th« Knlser's onicors scorn to lie redoubling their efforts to brlnß the German mllltnry establishment Into disrepute. A court-martlnl nt BreslftU has sentenced a non-oomfnJsslOnSd ofllcer, tto\n« rich Hunecke, to two months' Imprisontnent for cruoltj- practiced upon men under his command. The particular case which led to his detection and punishmerit wag maltreatment of n private named Gollelb Mutze, who nt drill had a «?pot on his uniform. Hunecko called him up after tho drill and ordered him to lift his rifle above his head one hundred times as a punishment. Tho man obeyed, but at tho conclusion of the exercise, which was curried out in full uniform and equipment, he was completely exhausted. T...

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