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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

' 8 RESIGNATION IS ACCEPTED Affecting Scene at tho First Church on Sunday. REV. DR. KERR'S LETTER Resolutions Adopted by the Church Committeo to Get a New Pastor Appointecl-The Presbytery to Meet on Monday. At a business session of the cungrctjutlon of the First Presbyterian Church held Sunday after the morning service tbo formal! resignation of the Rev. Dr. ft. P. Kerr whs received and accepted. As a reaun of these developments Bast Hanover Presbytery Will meet on Monday morning next at tho Second Presbytcilau Church, In this city, In spt-dal called session to lake tho llnal .step In connection with Ihe matter. The pastoral relations between church and paster will bo disBolved and Dr. Korr'S ministry here will come to a close. Before many days have elapsed ho will go to Baltimore, where ho will enter upon his work about June Ist, MUCH' EMOTION SHOWN. The meeting of tho congregation was at times a most affecting one. The members of tho church realized that tho time had como when the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

BOLDEST OF ALL THEFTS Cary-Street Store Robbed In Broad Daylight. TWO SUSPECTS ARRESTED Police Pick Up Reaves and McDearmon — Believe Them Guilty of this Daring Robbery— Went to tho Third-Story Window. John Reeves and iKe MoDearmon were arreated Into Sunday afternoon by police of the IHrnt DUtrict aa autplcioua characters, and tli» ofrVjera believe them guilty of one of the boldest and best •xeouted burglaries that have come tc their attention In a number of months. The men, It la thought, are guilty of having robbed the ntorehoueo of W. M. Parrlsh, No. 12U Enat Cary Street, the crime being committed In broad daylight. Keevsa and McDearmon were arralgnc-d In the Police Court yesterday morning, but at the Inßtancs of Police Captain fihlnberger, tho oases agalnat them were postponed until th« laat of the week. In tho Interval the officers hope to procure evidence sufficient to convict the men of burglary. E>very effort will be exhausted to aoaumulata evidence against the al...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

10 LIQUIDATION IN STOCKS Selling Caused by Despalro Any Rise in Price. OPENING WAS IRREGULAR Slight Decline Was Followed by a Considerable'Rnlly, but Later by Crumbling Prices All Through the List. NEW YORK, May IS.— There was much liquidation In tho stock .market to-day. The selling seemed to bo caused by a crystalizatlon of sentiment which has been dormant for somo tlmo. but action wile deferred In tlie hopo of n recovery. Thero wn* no development to causa t.ha decline, except tho engagement of f'J.SM,000 ol gold for export to Europe. This had boon quite definitely expected, and tho nmount was rather less thnn some of the forecasts. There was a slight llnnlng In the call lonn, but It could not be snkl that any liquidation wns forced by a wlthThe result of the consideration over Sunday of tho general financial solution seemed to bo rather favorable to t.ho placing of stop-loss orders as a precautionary measure below tho market than definite orders to sell. Tho jnarUet's opening was...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

ONE I MINIMUM oI & 1 "JL IJt' j^ I I THESE ARE THE WOWDER I «|A I•■l Aw I fl% I *J£ I"a " "JJ'J™ JJ cent gharde <JKfc jf 7^ if! /f4, £)M v/nRIfIMP WfIMT fin? PU Rsi n 3i ?1\ f»e « i 7 a A®i BKro /V Wp sSI wUnlvlliu WhNI HUo. rm tg U #n\ m m\ 26 Gents, A WORD CashlnAdvano! ' lT \Q FCj I [M® W ™T BjHMO GREfiTEST RESULTS. L*f | f 4^] !3 P 3 [ Gash In Advance | WORD. HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, A KELTAULE AND KXPEUlenced NUHHE; best of referoruen rnqulred. Apply to KM East Brond Streot. iWANTkT)7a FIHST-CLABS COOK WHO can take charge of kitchen; in ist bo clean «jid competent. Address 1 2 South * SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. " ."WANTKO-A YOUNG WOMAN OF BD1)« entlou nml experience lv stenography nnd book-keeping desires a po«l''"»i; «hn funrnntees to <lo flrm-elnsH work; reforn o W. 8. Copeland. of The Times-Dln-HELP "WAN TT E D— M ALEi V. ANTED, EXPERIENCED HELP JN ' pint department. Apply to W. C. SMITH, Sl4 N. Fifth Street. ."WANTED. AN fiXPBRjBNCBD CL...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

12 Miller & Rhoads. j Miller & Rhoads. Special Sale of Sofa Pillows In the Art Needlework Section. We have a fine assortment of slightly soiled Sofa Pillows in the art section in Floral and Conventional designs. All hnnd cmbroldorwl. snmc of thorn in Silk. Many of thoso Pillows lmvo Silk Ruffles while others hnve Cords nnd Tassels, $4.00 to $12.00 have been the prices for thoso articles. To close them out Tve have divided them nil into three price lots. $1.50, $2.50, $3,96. French Hand Made and Domestic Muslin Underwear. Almost daily people toll us the could be found anywhere m Eichra French lmnd-mado underwear, at Domestic goods— cannot be found French hand-mado and embroidered | Corset Covers, $1.25. French liand-iundo Xafnsook Drawers, hand embroidery, $2.25 and. $2.50. French hand-mado nnd embroidered Nainsook Gown, low neck and short sieves, trimmed with lace and wash ribbon, 37.00. Good News For Book-lovers. AUDREY, SPENDERS, LEOPARD SPOTS, BATTLE-GROUN...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 May 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 May 1903

THII TTMTCR, FOT7NDTCD IW6, THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED iB6O, SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THfc WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Mny 20.— Forecast for und Friday: Virginia— Fair nnd continued wnrm TJitiiFilny nnd Friday; light variable Minis. North Carolina— Fnlr Thursday nnd Frl■flny. except shown* KYWny In w«/it por» tlonsi light variable winds, Weather In Richmond yestrrdny was cloudless until nlnht nnd very warm. At tnldhlglit tho Bkiofl were overcast. BTATK OF THIC THEnMOMUTER. P A. M 1» ' 32 M Wi B I. M 81 F P, M KS » V. M *2 5i midnight Jo_ Averago 82 5-0 MINTATT7UB ALMANAC. May 21, 1003. ■pun rl^s 4:<" I HIGH TIDE. Pun fiotH 7:1."> I Morning Moon r1a08..'..1:87 I Kvenlng 12:13 RICHMOND. Three stables burned thl* morning; about forty hnreos perish nmt hII thr- city mull tviiKiniH destroyed Governor nnrl other KlUs leave for Bedford city Portrait of Ihf Governor" Jn"t fiiii"h«>cl Delegate Kelley ai»cliß«e« Oovomor'H veto or Norlolk primary hill Ur. H. A. Stonl snya Mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 May 1903

2 The fnt, heavy pockot-book or tho thin, light purse both reoe ye the some polite attention I The same prices— hero. To-day— we open a new lot of Summer Suits, Negligee SI irts and Straw Hats. Ready? TRY FOR A 111 Mr. Caudle Finds Little Girl in the Woods. THE DEATH OF MRS. UTLEY Well-Known Lady Passed Away in Manchester Yesterday—Candidates for the City Council. Other News. "Whllo on his way to Manchester yesterday morning, Mr. S. L. Caudle, of Chesterfield county, discovered, wanderIns alone in the woods, a llttlo girl three years of age, weak, from want of food. Jlr. Caudle heard the feeble cry of the child and at onco went to her assistance. Bhu could give no account of herself and could not even tell how she got Into the woods. Mr. Caudle took her home and fed her and prepared to take care of the wait as long- as might be necessary. It was lesorted, last night that the little t;lrl was the daughter o£ a gypsy, nbout ten dnys, died at her residence, No. 427 West Seventh Street,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 May 1903

HONOR TO THEIR DEAD Improsslvo and Beautiful Exerclsos in Hobrow Cemetery COL. OFERRALL' ORATOR I Former Stale Executive Delivers Elooquent Address— South Has No Apology to Make, but May Rejoice in Reunited Country, In tho midst of a picturesque and beautiful Econo, there were hold yesterday afternoon in tho Jlehruw Cemetery exorcises commemorative of tho deeds mid death of tho llttlu band of Confederate dead who Ho imrlod thoroln. Many etomonts tended to make tho occanlrn us a whole 11 most Interesting ft'id tittractlvo ono. Boautiful flbwent covered tho graves und adorned tho lalllnus «urI'oumllng tho llttlo plot. A li'.rno compuny of Richmond people wus present, and oil were Interested and attentive throughout. The programme, Including «o\eral musical numbers ol an oxceptlonnJ excellence, wus most happily arranged. The uddrosß for tho OCCUdloh was ilclivL-rod by ex-Go vernor O'Ferrall, and ■war; a choice and eloquent presentation of the position of the South In the civil strife. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 May 1903

w The Times-Dispatch. Ptfohed Daily and Weekly at Ko. 4 orth Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1003, nfc Richmond, Va., ns SecondClass "Matter, under Act of Congress of March the DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH 3a Bold nt 2 ocntn n copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is Folil nf 5 rents n copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by innil— f>o emits a month; $5.00 a year, $2.50 for six months; f?l.jf>o for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall ?2.00 a venr. The DATLY TIMES-DISPATCH, inehulinK Sunday, by Carrier, 15 centa per Week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 rpni.s per woek. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 81.00 yenr. All l"Tis)RTied Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communications will not lie roturnod unless accompanied by stampß. Uptown Office nt T. A. "Miller's, No. ClO East Broad Street. TIItTRSDAT. MAY 21, 1003. OUR FOREIQN TROUBLES. Tho . labor troubles In Now York city Beom to be prownlg worse Instead of bottor. Tho .Associated Press dlspatohes of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 May 1903

MINIMUM CHARQE 25 Gents, ONE ceht WORD. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED. PIANO PLAYERS; ACTIVE; every town, I'd., Va. nml W. Va. ; groat WANTKD GOOD COOK; ALSO HOUSEMAID, for tnrfllinn-Blzeil family; mid-dlo-nged settled womnn preferred; must be competent nntl well recommended ; gootl salary paid. Apply rear office Sl9 WANTED, FEMALE STENOGRAPHER, nblo to InOrotißO hnr Incomo by using a mrujhlnn 20 to 40 per <:rnt. fipeodler Innn the rest nnd on account nf up-to-flat n ftiilurcM miiHt turn out better work with IfBM liiTifal nnd phyflc.il effort. Afldroßs OLIVER STANDARD VISIBM3 WRITER, Richmond. ' SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. WANTKD, BY A YOUNfJ WOMAN OF education, a piiHltloti n» Hlmographnr; nn acourato nnd pnnnrluntlous worker. Address Mbs S.. 112 S. Third Btruet, City. _ ■ HELP WANTED— MALE." .WANTED. AN EXPERIENCED PAINT Kit mid a HI.ACKHMITII Ht onco. W O. SMITH, 314 N. Fifth Street. WANTKD. CARRIAGE BLACKSMITH nnd PAINTER; r^nod wages to good men. W. C. SMITH, 314 N. Fift...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 May 1903

« A A ol iViliL/ IS FEARED Buslnoss Men of Newport News Are Alarmed. NO HOPE OF SETTLEMENT Contractors Are Holding Out Firmly and it is Feared that General Sympathetic Strike Will Be Called. Hampton Primary. business men and public generally her* arc alarmed over the prospect of a general sympathetic strike of all tho trades unions of tho city on account of tho carpenters utrlke If this general strlko should bo called tho trades union men both in and out of tho phlpynrd would bo called out, nnd the effect ot tho movo upon tho business of tho city would bo felt lmmedl- ° The . carpenters' and joiners' union hna appointed a committee to look into tho advisability of asking for the general strlko. This committeo will moke a report before Friday night, and the matter ■will then bo laid before tho Central Labor Union. The business mon will mako ev«ry effort to prevent tlio strlko from being •callod, and thoy liopo to bo ablo to hava tho carpenters' Strlko nettled In. time to prevent tho ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 May 1903

VIRGINIA SPEAKERS Bishop Gibson to Preach Ser- , mon at Chapel Hill. PROGRAMME IN DETAIL Rev. Thomas R. English to Preach Sermon Before the Y. M, C. A. — Principal Address to Be Made by Chief Justice Clark. (Spodni to Tho Timofl-Dlspatoh.) OKAPRL HILL, N. 0., May 20.— Tho programmo of commencement exercises of tho University of North Carolina Is aa follow:;: SUNDAY. MAY 31 ST. 11:00 A. M.— Baccalaureate sermon, Right nov. Alfred Magill ltandolph, D. D., IJ^. I)., blHhop of Southern Virginia. 1:00 I. M.— Sermon beforo tho Young Men's Christian Association, Roy. Thomas U. English, D. V., Richmond, VU " MONDAY, JUNE IST. 7-iSO P U.— Annual Jqint banquet of tho Dialectic and Philanthropic Literary Societies in Commons llu.il. Address by Chief Justice Walter Clark, class 11:30 P M.— Anniversary meetings of the Literary Societies In their respective halls " TUKfIDAY, JUNE 2D. 0:30 A. M.— Senlore form In front of Memorial Hall and march to the chapol ifor prayors. 10-80 A. M.-Bonlor Class ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 May 1903

s MUST PAY FOR DELAY Demurrage Rule 'Made to Work Both Ways. THE ANGELL BILL IN FULL Matter of Great Public Interest to Railroads as Well as to Shippers— Many Inquiries Are Made of Officers Concerning tlio Bill. Perhaps no bill was passed Wy fhe recent session of the General Assembly In which there Is sucli" widespread public Interest as thnt which was gotten Ronnake, rclntlnp to tho subject of fixing demurrage and detention charges on the Senate who is still hero, said yesterr It Is prlntod In full for thnt reason, nnd is as follows: Bo it enncted by tho General Assembly of Virginia, That from and after tho bnßßOgo of this net. power Is hereby conferred on the Suite Corporation CoinmlsMon of tho Stato of Virginia, nnd it Is foqulred to fix and prescribe a schedule bt rates for storage of freight hvrlopo's nnd for demurrage or car service on freight in carload lots, to bo charged by railroad nnd other trnnsportntlon companies dnlng business In this Stnte, and to fix tlio time after ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 May 1903

PRICES ON DOWN GRADE Stock Market Was More Active Than for Months. LOSSES QUITE GENERAL Those Ranged from Two to Thrco Points in Active Stocks, While Michigan Central Dropped an Extreme of Twenty- Eight. (Dy Asuoclated Pro»«.) NEW YORK, May 20.— Liquidation beSame urgent in tho stock market to-day fcuU gathered torco up to tho very close, Jvhlch wan wemc at about tho lowest, Wo Huo.h. BCala of activity had boon witbensod In tho stock market slnco thn tradivestmont demand, tvhen once Home aaj-ur-unco could bo had that the decline, hud rua Its courwe. Yesterdny'B market wa.i pecf-pted as proof that tho point had not peon reached when Lhesc sustaining forced cuiild bo rolled upon. Very despondent vle.ws were takon of the futuro of the mtfrkut In consequence o fthls. An engagement of $1 .tttt/Kw gold tor export and tho news that E. H. Harrlman hud undergone a surgical operation met the markot at the opening and InitlBtde the declining tendency. Tho o.nor' bioug realisation that develope...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 May 1903

10 Miller & Rhoads. j MilleiM&_Rhoads. WE A THER FORECA S T~- Thursday fair and warm. Annual Sale of Summer Underwear For Men, Women and Children. Garments at 15c, 18c, 25c, 39c, 50c. Quality and Finish were tho first considerations us in purchasing this underwear. It is the best wo could find for the money nnd tho same garments, if bought now, would cost us at least fifteen per bent, more, owing to tho rapid advance in cotton. . ? , Women's rlnln nibbed Vests, Pllk tnpe neck and arms. Women's Jerpoy Vests, low neck nnd no sleeves, trimmed with lace — 16c. Children's Nazareth "Waists. t, to Richelieu Hibbefl Vests, low neck nnd Blecveleßfl, Irlmmrd vrlth Bilk tape At loC nn j hag nll tJ]e n j ipe arance of lisle, ond Is usually Bold for 25c. j. __ Women'? Swiss nibbed TJsle-Thread Vesta, low neck nnd sleoveless, silk Women's Jersey Ribbed rants, umbrella style, trimmed with Torchon lace — 250. ■Wnmen'p Mercerized All-Cotton nnd LIMo Vests, hlph neck, with lon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. the t SF 9 patch: founded lio: I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,249. "SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS. ETHE WEATHER. in. May 23.— Forecast for Sun•'iilr Stifiday and Monday; •ollftfl.— Fair Sunday and Monroriuble winds. lif-r in Richmond wns cl*nr trier hunt, but mndo morn orin Unlit breeze. Tho Rkles Were clear at midnight. HTATI3 01' THIS TIIRUMOMKTER. P A. M 75 32 M M. B P. A! 80 6 Vi M 8» [t P. M 77 12 midnight 70 Averago for 24 hours 7f> 5-G MINIATURE ALMANAC. May 24, 180.1. Bun rlsba 4-M I mr.ii tiuk. Bunsetl! 7:17 | MornlUK 2:23 ai'Min rises 3:19 | Evening <::« Mny 25, 1903. Biln rjBOS 4:55 I HIGH TIDE. Bun rlsM 7:» Morning 3:10 ttluon rises, ....1:W | livening' 3:W RICHMOND. Refusal nf VhKinln Passenger and Power Company to Incroaso pay of employcß iioL likely to result In strike Deep Run Hunt Club fi.to a dlßtlnctlvoly sor-lnl Mvvnl Anniml mot'tlns of th(3 Richmond education AHHocliitloii — lng.iie.st Into kill - liifr nf Engineer Siv:olnmn; his Blayf.-r ullll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

2 trWxi* In North Carolina, South Cnrolln«. West Virginia. Washington, P. C. nnd N>w York. Of tWs hutJber, 11 iro ]lfe. mpmhfrii. The report reviewed the •work In several of Its branches nnd concluded as" follow?: "The Executive Committee nnd the chairmen of flic oilier committees hflv* met frequently to dlecu** the work of the nspnclnllon. Their problenm have .iot nil been ensjr, nnd they muM at times have been a burden, particularly so to r«ur president, who lias had so iimcn tho larger pirt to bear. Bhe hns, however, brought to tho task nil of her fal, »nIhusifusm and executive nbllity. nnil the rosults ppenk for themselvos In no uncertain tones." THE PRESIDENT'S REPORT. The annual report of tho president M the nspoclntlon, Mrs. B. B. \alenllnD. was one of the most Interesting papers tubmltted. It gave a summnry of the ivork during the year, and made several Important suggestions. It roads as foltoW": Richmond, V*.. May 23. MM. The Richmond Education Association, a thn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

The offered for Monday are eloquent proofs of the great advantages derived in trading direct with the maker and obtaining the commissions and profits of agents in the better qualities at the prices charged. They will prove the most exceptional of bargain attractions, thoroughly in keeping with the strength of the regular stocks — extensive in assortment, peerless in value, extraordinary in general merit. Men's Choice Suits, excellent . Blue /t^ fosj car yf^K Serges, Fancy Worsteds and good grade / ■ B tfefj H Cassinicrcs and Tweeds; $10.00 and «T^ £ t%Jr\Jf Men's Fine Suits, immense variety, newest fashion stripes and mixed effects; suits that /t^ -fi jf\ /f\^r\ are Burk tailored and' would com- %. H | | I II I lions $15 and $16.50; special this week Men's High-Class Suits, elegant foreign fabric, Worsteds, Scotches and Homespuns, Single and DoubleBreasted styles, elegantly tailored, with long, narrow collar, broad shoulders and elastic /-h| -ri /^| fd\ haircloth fronts; suits that ...

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