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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

M Germany * Dependent Upon America For Her Pood. 0 BBRLrN, May 10.— TTnclo Ram will ion bo feeding Oermnny with a spoon. Hor ability to food herself l.i steadily docroaelng. Hor population Increases 600,000 n year, and sho will oventually be <3«iped«nt upon us, n« Is John Bull. Tho first six months of la*t yenr wo sold her 8,000 loiib of moat, 20,000 tons of ryo and 606,000 totw of wheat. Tlio farmers are objecting to thoso lmportfl, nnd they wnnt n. tariff. Tlio truth It thoy cannot supply tho nation, no mattor what their protection. Thc.tr poll Is poor, and thoy lack tho labor to work their estates. Tho character of the empire Is changing. A generation ago tho majority of the people worn farmers. To-day two-thirds of them are ongnged in profenßlonal pursuits, manufactures and trado, and thoro la a Mcady exodus tfrom tho farms to tho cities. Tho Tarm lintuin get low wagos and their hours are long. Th<> factory handa work less and ore paid moro. Tho ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

• ll»il £>~J I For the Woman who Wants to Know, F : or the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business Han Too Busy to Know, American jiff airs. noxt Republican platform. It Is pnld that Senator Allison has Already drawn a plank lor this year's lowa platform denouncing t.irirr that promotes monopolies, and Ihnt thl< plank will he the basis of nr-Kt year's national plnnic. HATH OF THE EXTRA SESSION. After several conferences with President Roosevelt, Scrpennt-at-Arnis Ransdell, of the United StnlOK Senate, wired ti Wni>hlni;tnn friend from Denver May flth Hint nn extra session of Congress would be onllert rnrly In November. i'OR BAIiTIMORE DEMOCRATS. In tho contested election for Mnyor of n;ilttmore the Election Boardi controlled l»y Democrals. decided thnt the tinllots In four disputed districts could not bo counter!, thus leaving Mr. Mcl^nnc O)omoornt) In pospcsslon of tho office. The Republlcans will carry tho matter Ihro'ugh the courts. AL...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

0 .fIG.Z-THEDOI/BLE FOR THE LEG HOLD . H-++++-H ++++++-H^+-H*++++++H+H ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ W' IKESTUNO i« tho classic form of physical culture, in both senses of tho -word, because It Is tho jijjDjSft natural exercise. 1 Nearly all anlmnls wrentlo In nome way or other. Children Intuitively learn to toss ono another about almost an poon as they gain their first logs. It accelerates their blood, gives their muscles play," and ( makes them grow and grow Btrong. Because It is a natural cxcrclao, the anclento, who were but grown children in many ways, practiced It assiduously. Tho Grek«» and Romans wcro not alone noted as wrestling peoples; the barbarians of tho North and East were exceedingly skilful at the bout. Tha proof that this is the most powerful and best all-round exercUo la found In tho fact that tho wrestler has been a favorite subject of painter and sculptor since tho days of tho Grecians. Art recognizes 1 that bo who Is a good wrestler can have none other than a well proportioned body a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

s GIFFEN AND HIS COMPANY The Season Is to Open at the Academy To-morrow. "MISS HOBBS" THE BILL The Title Role to be Played by Miss Grayce Scott, Such a Favorite Here— Mr, George Howard Leading Man. "In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love." This dainty little couplet might well bo paraphrased, bo far as Richmond la concerned, by saying that, "In the spring tho thoughts of Richmond's amusement seekers turn longingly toward tho return of tho Glffon Company." For tho past three years this organization, dlfforlnir each season In Its personnel, but following always tho original policy, and being conducted under the oamo direction, has occupied a position all Its own and ono which hns grown to bo altogether unique. It Is not nece.ssn.ry to recount The fortner experiences, difficulties, and triumphs of tho different organizations which havo appeared undor tho name of tho Glften Company since history bo recent and so remarkable Is fresh In every mind. With the wa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

0 HOW TO USB RIBBONS TO ADD TO SUMMER GOWNS. Summer Girl ol 1903 to Wear 1 Them Many Ways. CHARMING AND ARTISTIC. ' Sashes "Will bo Tied in a Now | Fashion, Eibbon Garnitures i Will be Uncommonly Lovely $ and Kibbon to bo Used f Every Conceivable Way. | Ribbons are assuming a now Importance' in the world of fashion to-day. In romance and in history the bow of ribbon and tho fair girl have always been ansociated, and perhaps Oils is why every woman Iovo» a ribbon, Tho summer girl of 1903 will -wear her ribbons In entirely new and charmingly artistic ways. Hot ribbon BaTThes will be tied In a now fashion, her ribbon gnrnlturnu will bo uncommonly lovely and from tho crown of her fluffy hat to the toe of her high-heeled shoo ribbons will bo Introduced in one way or another In hor costume. Tho ribbons thonuelveff' this year have nover been more beautiful; they aro lustrous, soft and cxqulslto In thslr colors and deslgnn, nnd the-lr transformrnifiwsAlbllltlc.i are really marvoloux. The cl...

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

"MMOiR OF ROBERT M T. HUNTER." ANOTHER VIEW OF "RECIPROCITY" Bishop Lawronco's "Phillips Brooks"— "Tho Wind in the Roan Bush" — "Florida, Fancies" — "The Bishop." "People You Know." "G ri eg . " BOOKS AN D AUTHORS Thomas R. Price's Death — The Scholarship of Virginia's Great Teachers. Leslie Hall's Heart-Felt Poem. The Evening Post's Appreciation RECIPROCITY.. By J. Laurence Laughlln, Ph. D., Professor of Political Economy at the University of Chicago, and H. Parker Willis, Ph. D., Professor of Economics and Political Science In Washington and Lee University. Tho liaker and Tyler Co., New York, publl«herfl. Price, $2.00, not. Reviewed by William 12. Dodd, Ph. D., (Hrofessor of History and Economics at Randolph-Mucon College. Reciprocity has become familiar to tho average reader principally In connection with the subject of our relations with Cuba- But tho history of the' subjoct dates back to tho forties of tho last century — even earlier than that— as a desirable policy. In fact, l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

Ono of the essentials of the happy homes of to-day Is a fund of information as to right living and the best methods of promoti:i ( | health and happiness. With proper knowledge, each hour of Jffi/ \i \W£ recreation, of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contribute A^f^^^WMx to that end ond arc of not k-sa value than the uslnß of the most /T^mi wholesome foods and the selecting of the beat medicinal R^nts JJ fcZJtiy.^ s \\gj~ .^^kWi when needed. With the well-informed, medicinal agents are uecd J r yf* i TBeiro-^K^OI^ only when nature needs assistance and while the importance of fJ\ \. O^SrK^L^3[f\ dcanslnp the system effectually, when bilious or constipated, has V// }W^Z^iW&tA long been known, yet until within recent years it was necessary // « <*, i£jf 1»| to resort to oils, salts, extracts of roots, barks and other cathartics v ((■/ r& >F|i|f#fi which were found to be 1 objectionable and to call for constantly >) J J^mß%...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

THE KATZENJAMMER KIDS MAKE A STRIKE." ALPIiONSE. QASTON AND THEIR FRIEND LEON IN DARKEST AFRICA. A Story of Incredible Adventures and Inexhaustible Politeness. In Four Chapters. Chapter 4. (UonwafcaptuTedWAtrtmnPvomies; who were about to cook *»m tollen o ferocious tiger sent them scampering off. Leon managed to escape from the tiger bYb V swimming across a river. But en reaching the shore neuas'captuWbyonomer-trioe on .«„„„„,., «,7i n foofc *ur.h a ilkitui to him that they made him their kina. And while he was sitting on Ms rude throne whom should they bring^ in as prisoners but his dear friends— Alphonse and Oaston. ■; THE TIMES-DISPATOH, RICHMOyP, VA., MAY 17, 1903,

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. TOR TTMKS. FOUNDED IWtG. TUB DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1850. MILLIONS IN BERRIES Norfolk the Center of Greatest Trucking District in World. MOUNTAINS OF FREIGHT Transportation Companies Have All They Can Do to Handle It, and the Banks Are Flooded With Money it Brings Into Them. By WALTER EDWARD HARRIS. (Special to TUo Tlmc»-DUp«tch.) NORFOLK. VA-, May IG.-"Tho banks of Norfolk will find It hard to tako care of all tho money pouring >nto thin city and section now In payment for truck." B ald a banker of tWa city to-day. "I mean, wo will find It difficult to secure Investment for the Increased deposits. The total will be enormous." Nearly 6,000 gallons of atrawberrles left hero in one train for New York Tuesday night. About as many went out for New York by steamer at the same "time, and the Boston steamer carried nearly as great a quantity of tho luscious fruit. Tho Baltimore boats also the same fliernoon were heavily laden with the borriea, contributing to swell'lo...

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

2 VIRGINIA'S GAME LAW The Full Text of tti« Ateasure Just Adopted. A MOST EXCELLENT LAW |t i» Thought That Ft Will be Generally Satisfactory— Us Passage Due to the Efforts of Delegate L. T. Christian. Many amendincntß have been made to the aanie law of tho State, tho full text of which Is given below. It is believed that a most excellent law lias been framed — one that will protect- the birds from extermination, nnd at the same time noi Interfere with reasonable sport. It In due in a large part to the efforts of Delegate L,. T. Christian, of this city, that the measure was adopted. It reads as follows: Be it onncted by the General Assoinbly of Virginia, That chapter ninety-five of the Code of Virginia, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, bo amended and. reenacted so us to read ns follows; Section 2070 (a). When and how unlawful to hunt, et cetera. — 1. It shall ba unlawful for any person to shoot at, kill or capture any Wild water fowl or wild turkey at any time during the night In t...

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

Thalhimer's Summer Cleaning in Our Carpet Department Thousands of Yards Marked at Prices to Make Them Move in a Hurry, to Make Room for Fall Stock. Beat Tnpcatry Carpets, lnrfrr> variety of excellent patterns, that were 76c. and 850. ynrd to l>o closed out, wpeclftl 60c. yard. 7, r >o. and 85c Host All-Wool Ingrain Carpets, all nfi-w spring patterns at this nalo 50c. yard. All 25c. and ,tOc. Mattings laid free of charge. Bewitching Parasols. It Is koliib to bo a groat Parasol season, and wo aro splendidly prepared to meet tho dom/ind. , A feature of our collection Is tho absolute correctness of styled. Don't know why, but no one olso seems to bo able to get the effects wo do-to Infuse that chic that all our Parasols cvlnco. Tho new conchlng shades and trimmed effects In veiling find chiffon ruffles aro hero In overy conceivable stylo and quality, at prloes llko theso— sl.so, J2, ?2.H>. $3, VIM, $5. The Great Crockery Sale. New Prices Made ...

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

« The Times- Dispatch I PnMishod Daily nnd Weekly nt No. 4 North Tnifh Street, Richmond, "ft. Entered .Tnn'iary 27, 1003, nt Richmond, Vn., as PeooTidCinsx Matter, under Act, of Con{? reBS °f March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is •old nt 2 rents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is »ol<l nt. fi eon Is a ropy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by Wail— CO cents a month; $5.00 n yp.ir, $2.fiO for oix month?; 51. 50 for throe months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, including Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, fi cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. All l-nsipned Communications will be roiretpd. . KejcctCd Com munirnt ions will not ho returned unlr>s« accompanied by stump. Uptown Oilier nt T. A. Miller's, No. 610 East liroail Street. SUNDAY, MAI.. 17, 190.1. SOME PARALLELS IN HISTORY. In the report ol tho anthracite strike commission this declaration of rights was made: "The right ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

iAN HISTORIC LANDMARK |The Old Nelson House a Fine Colonial Specimen, !the tramp of many feet IHnvc Nearly Worn the Stout Floor Through — An Ancient Harpsichord One Part of Nelson-House Furniture. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) YORKTOWN, VA., May IC-One of. the principal lundmarkß of Kaslern Virginia, ana Yorktown, cßimclally, Is tho old NelBnii house. Tho ugc of Improvement; uldcd by all tho deteriorating elements of tho march of tlmo, haa hud very little affect on this noblo old mansion, tho palutlal homo of one of tho most famous American putrluts that ever trod tho free teoll of tho pld Dominion. This patriot was General Thotnaa Nel601,, Jr., tho commander 'of the Contlnnntulf—tho "ragged ContlnentulH"— at the Flfjgo of tho fumouß old town, and whoso liumc Is chlHolod In lmpurlshablo granlto on tho grand" memento that marks tho tpot whoro Amerlcun freedom was born, It ho magnlflcont, world-fumoua Yorktown /Ijattlo monurnunt. : The corner-stono of this fumous old julructure wn«...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

(wrg) jlf/ — — —^ (^ ' :^ — Clinton Scollard writes in regard to tho maid of May: "I know her lips aro Ah sweet-briar tips nro: Her laughter's slips aro JJko thrushes' trills, Tlint break In (rushes AtlVwart the hushes, When twilight blushes Brhlnd tho hills," Tho May maiden tn Richmond has hepun to arrtvy herself In white. Portico living has onco more como Into style, though a trifle belated this year, and that Is tho reason why the passer up anil down the streets may now, when "twilight blushes behind the hills," hear tho leughter llko "thrushes' trills," that Issues from ropy lips and join If ho lists, the clrclo which the May mnlden has drawn together In her out-of-door sit-ting-room. It is a distinctively Southern habit this fashion of groins: outside to meet the soft Slay breezos and exchange confidences with friends nnd sweethearts. The May maiden to tho north of M-Tson nnd Dlxon's line golfs, rides and drives, but airs Jier diaphanous robes ■within her draw-ing-room. The Vir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

WILL OPEN THE EXHIBIT Art Club's Spring Event to Begin To-Morrow. WORK OF BEST ARTISTS Borne of Those Whose Masterpieces Will Be Seen Here— Visitors Will Be Received To-Morrow by Ihe Committee on Reception, The spring exhibit of the Richmond Art Club will open to-morrow In the Crenshaw building, corner of Adams and Wain Streets, under particularly happy auspices. Never before In thn history of tho club havo bo great a number of tho finest «rtlsts from great cities benn rfpr«Heiited at an exhibit by mien numerous and splendid examples of their work. All day Friday and Saturday pictures wore being ljung. nnd- all things were being put In order, To-morrow tho Exhibition Committee-, of which Mrs. Mnlvern Pattersua Is chairman, will bo in readiness to receive visitors who will bo cordially welcomed at the exfilblt building. Among the many professional contributors of this year, the namo of Mr. John W. Alexander. 6£ New York, comes f.THt, his "Ray of Sunshine" having nlrendy taken tho fir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

& ■NORFOLK SOCIETY I Captain Swinburne Entertains on the Texas. 1 CONFEDERATE CONCERT To Be Given at the Academy of Music on Thursday Evening Under the Auspices of the Sons of (Jonfederate Veterans, (Spcclnl to The Times-Dispatch.) NORFOLK. VA., May 18,— Capt. Swini burne entertained a number of his friends Monday afternoon on board the Texas. There was a dnnco in honor of Mrs. j yuimby and the Misses Harrington. The amislc wna furnished by tho Naval Post ! linnd nnd refheshmohts were norved. ' Among those present were Admiral nnd i Mrs. Harrington, Lieutenant nnd Mrs. i Qulmby, Mrs. Jlllllgan, Mrs. Clinton K. I Curtis, ML«ses Harrington, Miss Carrie ' Phillips. MJss Molly Mllllgan, Miss MeieTe, ] of Maryland; Mles Mary Lou Cooke, Mies i Lola Mayo, Miss Rosa MoUoo, Mi3B EJ- • llott Emmoraon, of Delawa.re; Miss Mar- ! cla Burgess, of Mobile, Ala.; Misses Belle i end Cornelia Truxtun, Miss Victoria P«<:0. i Mas Esther Byrns, Miss Bayler, M.lsa ' Rosa Perkins, Pa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

A SOCIETY IN CHARLOTTE Miss Grey's Recital at the Presbyterian College. THE MEMORIAL EXERCISES On Friday Night Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watt Entertained a Few Friends at the Central Hotel. The Dolly Madison Book Club, (Special to The Tiraes-IMspatch.) CHARLOTTE). N. C, May 18.-On Friday nl«rht Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Watt entertained a few friends very pleasantly In their rooms at tlio Central Hotel. Their guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Busbee, Captain and Mrs. Forsyeth, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Miller, Jr., Mrs. Minnie Wrlnton Smith, Miss May Boyden, of flallstoury; Misa Ivrttle Cajdwell, Miss S^dle Clnrkson, Miss Laicy dates, and Messri. W. E. Parker. I. E. Avory, H. M, Pharr and J. P. Caldwoll, The Daughters of the American Revolution met with Miss Lily Long at the Presbyterian College, Thursday afternoon. Miss Lottie Cray gave a recital In the auditorium of tho Presbyterian College Tuesday evening. She wan assisted by Mlhs Helen foil, who played Oullmant's Prayer and Cradle Boiik on tho organ...

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

THE MARKET WAS WEAK Important Railroad Stocks Made Record Low Levels. $ ILLNESS OF E. H. HARRIMAN This Had a Direct Effect on Southern Pacific, and that Stock Declined an Extreme of I 1-4 Points— The Close Steady. NEW YORK. May 1«.-Tlio Illness of E. 11. liarriman made its Influence felt in to-day's stock market, and this was supplemented by the showing made by the bftpks, which wa P Interpreted as poor by Iho trading element. The. weakness of Southern Pacific was directly^ tj-aoeabK for °the c year. 'This weakhoss Had some pvmpathe'tlc effect elsewhere in the market; St. Paul and Now York Central also mado low record prices for the year. A llirht demand from the bears to coyer shorts made am Impression just at the close which was In consequence steady. Tho nominal Increase In the cash item of the bank* was as much us was expected. Ths l'uct that to-day's gold export of $1 S&O.OlX) to South America was withdrawn only yesterday and sn figured for only one day In the Weekl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

THE WEEK IN FINANCES Labor Situation the Most Disturbing Factor. STOCKS HAVE BEEN HEAVY Excellent Railway Earnings Have Been Mainstay of Markets-Wild Spaculalive in Cotton— Rumored Cut in Steel Denied. | (Special to Tho Tlmc»-Dl»r>n.tch ) i NEW YORK, MAY IG.-The Financial Age Bayu: Thero Is no featuro of tho situation that 1b worthy of as much thoughtful consideration as thn labor problem. Tho developments of tho past few weeks havo further alienated employer nnd employe. &nd thero 1h no loni eer a disposition on elthor Bldo to make ' a pretense of liiinnoi».lou» relatlohshlp, Employers of labor all over the country are Hooking to tha nupport of tho New York builders In tho war which they havo declined on organized labor ami thero Is a strong probability that a IS'dtlQnal Federation of Hmployors will bo formed as a result of tho local movement. Such an organization would bo nn Offset to the American Federation of Labor, which claims to control 2,000,000 *-orl&...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

m Unprecedented Sale of Muslin Underwear. ■if* for Drinrers with . O\rC embroidery ruffle, Hint cost 50 to 50c. j./-v for 75 and 85a. OUC Drnwers. ■ A.f\r< for Fino Cam " Oy C brio Drhwers, with Swiss embroidery rufllo, cost 51. er . FOR THE SALE; OVC OF SKIRTS, with two rows Torchon Inrn ! insertion, wide edge and, full in every way. *- n for SWrts with /yC embroidery frill or Inee trimmed. 1m for Embroidered /C nnd Lace Trimmed Corset Covers. «—« — for 30 and COc. aC<SQ oncft. -s\ for Corset CoyOv'C ers, a dor.en styles, Mint have nevrr been less than 75 to PPc. *T» - for nn) ' Dorset /VC Cover Oiat you've ever seen at $1-25 and $1 .50. ~ for Low Keck. /C Tight Fitting ones. trk FOR DRAWI vC ERS with a hemstitched ruffle. r* m. for Ivflwn Rufflp T)rnwerß, with hemstitched tucks. Prof. Miller Cuts Garments Free. vh en goods are bought hero. -.— will buy his Drws Cutting y/C System, that he usually gets $5 for." He guarantees to teii^n the erstetn or your money...

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