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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

ALPHONSE AND GASTON AND THEIR FKIEND LEON IN CHINA. HGffl OLD MR. GEEZER USED TO DO FT. CopyrlKhl, l»0>. by W. n. ne«r«t *0r««t Britiln RlidiUi Benerred fim Sunday Will Begin tbe Oeidtthd. JWmm ol JHlpbonse an* aailon at a^ttfilttin C"»-**fe THE TIMES— DISPATCH, RICHMOND, VA., MAY 24, 1903.

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

SECTIONS. rfaSflWl GffißSffi St I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,24?. nONUK l(j MEMORY OF OUR DEAD Thousands to Gather in Hollywood Saturday. GEN'L WHITE TO BE THE ORATOR 'The Military Will Bo Out in Full Forco. citizens; carriages in parade this year r/lany Thousands of Richmond People Will Assemble in the Beautiful Cemetery and Do Honor to Ihe Memory of Sixteen Thous- . and Confederate Heroes Buried There. Beneath the wlde-opreadlns trees of Hollywood, beautiful city of the dead, tho people of Hlchmond will gather in thousands on the afternoon of Saturday next to pay an annual tribute of lovo and remembrance to tho Hlxtecn thounand of Confederate heroes whoso remaliiH lay Interred within the precincts of tho place. Ah year followw year, rapid Hucceaslon places an evcr-wldenliiK Interval between tho prenent and the terrible past. In ■which those men fought and died, memorial day, when upon th«lr Braves are scattered sweet flowers of the spring, when thousands assemble to hoir recounted by Homo s...

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

2 Still /Many Methods Which Show No Improvement. GIFFEN CO. IN FRIENDS This Popular Old Play to Be Presented at tho Academy This Week— The Fawcett Comp.iny to Be at the Bijou. This 1.« tho ape of realistic ptafro effects, B.nd wo must admit that some of them arc very real, Indeed. "We havo Bren tlio rain-storm. In which tho water poured down In torrents; wo have seen lho thunder-storm, with Us vivid flaihIngs nn<l lurid glare, as though tho fires of Had^s had l>ccn turned looj-o In tho lnnfl, while the thunder machine BhOOK the very building; we have soon the, kaiid-Btortn, when tho musicians In the orchestra pit were nearly blinded liy the storm's utter disregard for limitations! wo have htm Iho wind-Ftorm, when trees Were uprooted and swept nway; and, most common of nil, we. have scon the snow-storm, thfi "boautlful snow," thnt foil on tho bare-armed, rrlng lioroliie, or on tho ragged urchin crouching on the door-stop. Wo havo eooil, on Ihr> stage,...

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

HA n i m \ 1 HaLIIIIULIV J THE BUSY CORNER. THE COOLEST STORE IN THE CITY. Summer Sale Knit Underlveaf. Jjul !<•■<■ fillk Gauze Vests, In whlto. pink, and blue, a good flllc. value, special 25c. each, A 750. Quality All-Silk Vest. In all colors, for DOc. Three cases of Ladles' T-isle Finished Vests, slightly damaged, with Bilk tape neck mid armholf*. worth 17c, special at 12V4<-- e'o/jh. Ladles' Kxtra Sip LIMo Finish Onu^o VcHtR, with pllk lajio neck and urmholoH, for 12>A>:. Hco thn special lots of Kino Whlto Kibhod Oauzo Vents display at 6c. and 10c. each. ladles' LlHlo-Finlshcd High Neck and lyyuK Blenvo Vests, long also Kneo I'ants, ut 25c. each. Dainty, Beautiful and Exclusive Colored Wash Goods. ECool Dress Goods. Beautiful Embroidered Swiss, white oundfl with colored embroidered figures and stripes, 12& c. Bheor Organdie*, white grounds with dainty stripes and dots, 10c. and 12V4c. Handsome Solid Organdies, al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

r4r 4 The Times-Dispatch. PuMMx-d Ttnftr ftnd Weekly nt No. 4 Xorth Tonth Ptrret, Richmond, Vn. Entered January 27, ]PO3, nt Richmond, Va., n* RpcondCJorb Wftller, limlfr Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is Hold at 2 cents n copy. Tho SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH ia sold nl 5 cent* a oopy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail— JiO cents a monUi; $5.00 ft year, $2.50 for six monthß: Sl.fiO for three mnntlis. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 n yonr. The DATLY TIMES-DISPATCH, includiDß Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week". The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 yonr. All Ihisifrned Communications, -will be rejecieu'. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless noeompanieil by stanip9. Uptown Oflico nt, T. A. No, Cl!) Enst Broad Street, SUNDAY. MAY 24, IM3. THE BIBLE AND THE SCHOOLS In discussing tho proposal of tho Virginia Bible Society to havo tho Bible rend In the public school, wo mentioned thnt In Lynchburg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

Th a little whllo now. the pursuit or itnowledKo under th« ilinicultteß of hot vreathrr .sn<l Its tittpiidant IIIh will be over, and the iluys nt vacation will dawn Upon tin- riellKhted vision of BtudonU and colli'KP f;inilt|PH everywhere/ Tliis In emphatically Ihe fr-anon of Bweet plrl KMrtUnte*, (ho r<>lßii of dlaphanoin Vvlilto (lnipnrlfß, thp tlmo for staokK of flow'TH to be. spnt to a yniiriK man'B l>elovort; tlio tlini' for friendfl to flmi nontfl In commencement halls and wear out brand now While kid klov<;h In lortilltiK (ho frantic npplaufW Which In tlio rlnhtful offfilrw? nf n «irl when hlio graduates, Thn programme Ik on annual "ne. it rotnr-.H around every May atid June, and yet It never lohoh Its Intoroct for Hioko (vho paiticlpnto In It and thone who wlthc«H it. Aftor tho npplniifo has been bestowed, tlio flowrTß accepted and the i:ri<lnniiiin coromnnlnl li»b been entirely Wrought out, thflrn Btlll rorna...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

o FISHERS. Main and 14th Sts. HOT WEATHER! Well, I should say bo; and, fellows, this is nothing to what it will be. How Are You Fixed for It? Bet n dollar you have put off buying thin things until now you're caught. Two-Piece Suits Just the thing for summer, in "Wool Crashes, Homespuns, Serges, Striped Flannel and White Flannels. A Two-piece Suit is the thing for summer comfort. Light in weight and light in price. $ 5.00, $ 7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15,00, $18.00. Flannel and Homespun Trousers, with Belt Straps and Cuff Bottoms, from Negligee Shirts from 48c. io $1.50. Straw Hats from 50c. to $5.00. Thin Underwear from 25c. to $1.00. Our Prices as Well as Our Clothing Will Keep You Gool, Y«M*wIH0 B D WHEAT CROP A FAILURE Turning Yellow and Will Be Cut for Feed. ■ NEW SAW MILLS SPRING UP No Applications in Either Lunenburg or Mecklenburg and Mehernn Is Dry. County Politics Is Growing Warm. (Bpeclnl to Tlio TlmcH-Dlnpntcli.) iiIBIIERIUN, VA.. May 23.-Tho wheat crop througii this section ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

SOCIETY OF CHARLOTTE Theatre Party Entertained by Mr. David T. Huyk. MECKLENBURG FAIR MEETS Manufacturers' Club Qives an Enjoyable Reception— Virginia Dare Circle Held Social Gathering— Dr. Ralph to Wed Miss Holland. (B|K-elnl to Ttie Tlmoii-Dlapntch.) CHARLOTTE. N. C, May 23,-Mr. !>avld T. Huyck TuscJuy ovenlng entertained at a thuatro and supper party the rneinberi) of tlio "Bnld i'lifiha" cast, all homo talent. Tho party occupied tho two box«n At tho auditorium during tha Initial performance of tlio "l'nrl«lrin Princess," by tho Lathi I Park Bto'.'k Compsiny. Tho baccahiureato Hormon was proached to tbo graduatOß of the Presbyterian College Sunday morning In the Second PrMHbyterlan Church, by Dr. R, E. Hoed, At tho name church In tho evening, Rev. J. Kriitt Moritg'jjnery delivered the bucualaurcato Fcrnion to the graduating clans of tho city graded nehool. Tuesday was tho first day of the regular spring meeting of tho Mecklenburg Pair Association. There wan nome fine r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

8 WEAKNESS WAS ACUTE Selling Movement Gathered Force With Day. BREAK IN STEEL STOCKS Rumor that Chicago Plants Had Shut Down Wns Only Thing to Account for it — Market Steadied Once, but Plunged Down Again, (Hy Amioclnted I'resn.) NKW YORK. M.'iy 23.— Hopes of n turn In Hi'L-culntlvo sentiment »vero again <IS-apiiointi-ii hv the action o£ to-day's st^uk market. In which acute weakness ilcvolnpe'd under free outpouring of'stocks in Ing movement fralhered force with tho Unlle»l"sirit«'« Ktc'.'l stocks si">n nftor the oiienliiK- luid ft very ui\scttllnp offect on the vlinlo list. Tlia onlj- explantitlon oC this special weakness was n rumor tlmt tlio CliiciiKo plants of the coinp.uiv had shut down. The lnulln« wua spmewliat disconcerted nlso by thu large increoßO in the cnsrageinenta nf Kold fnr export to Arßontlna on Monday, lii-luk'hk Hio totnl shlimients for tlmt date up to $'-'.- 250,000. In the early selling there was evidence of support for Pennsylvania, nml i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

w THE WEEK IN FINANCES Many Disturbing Factors Combine to Depress Sentiment. LABOR PROBLEM SERIOUS Opinion Prevails That Employers Will Have to Take a More Decidad Stand Than Heretofore— Crop Rcporls and Railroad Earnings. (Ppnrlal (o Tho Trmes-Dlppateh.) ' NBW YORK, May 23.-The Financial Abd naya: Mciny dlslurbliiff factom haw combined to dopress thn sentiment not only of ilio speculative* community, but of tho InvciUliiK public as well. It Is largely I)»rauso of tho absence of support nmonK tho great army of Individual iiivf.Blora tlmt thfi Klofk murlcct has fnllod to cli()\v nny Ovldonca of rcHlntnnro to iho downward tendency of tho past few month?; not oven tho bnrffaln liuntrrS.-wlio usually enter thn market when low prices prevail, havo taken advantage of recrmt decllnoß. On tho contrary, thlM olrmeiit hns liquidated a c:onKldcinblo portion of their holdings apparently with tho expectation of rppurchaplng them tit a lower lovol. Neither havn Interests Idontffjoil with the cont...

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

A Storm in the White Goods Section And "white is right," so fashion says. Where else but at Cohen's could you expect to find the latest White fabrics for just one-half their best selling prices. Monday will show thousands and thousands of yards, and at just such values. White Mercerized Silk Striped Midrns, host Myleß of all sonson, nt 19 and 25c, are priced 12|/ 3 c. Fancy White Shirting Madras, in striped effects, 10 2-3 c. best price, Linons. long fold, special value, a yard, G-v,c. India Linons. full 40 inches wide, fine, f-heer prude, for 12»/ £ c. Sheer Whito India Linons for 100. Tho Now Soft-Finished White Pique WpHb, for skirts, &c, a yard, 25c. Hoary IPo. White. Piques are priced in this sale, 12y,c. Startling Silk Sale Of Chiefly Hot Weather Silks. The first in years. When the opening of a great want of goods could bring such, almost strange prices; but these Silk fabrics, in all their beauty and comforts, are here by hundreds of pieces. Washable Silks. 36-inc...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

THE TIMES. FOUNDED IRSO. THK DISPATCH. FOUNDED ISSO. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. ■WASHINGTON, May 25.— Forecast for flTufisdny ruid Wedneflflay: Virginia— Fair; warmer Tuosdfly; Wednr^'lay Increasing cloudiness; light varlablo wltulß. North Carolina— Fnlr Tuesday and WedTlie wenthrr In Richmond yesterdny was 8 p. m.v .v .v ,v y, '.'. '.'. v. .'. .'. .'.' .'. co C ]'. M r '" 0 P. M W 32 mldnlghi M ' Average for 2-1 hour* 61 6-6 MINIATUHE ALMANAC^ Run risp.i 4:r,r, | ){ldU TIDE. , Kun setM 7:19 Morning •>'•■" Moon rises.... 4:45 I Evening RICHMOND. > Clyde. I.lnn. according to reliable, report, Contemplates withdrawing from Rlchmnnrl by nll-watcr routf- Alleged attempted criminal assault Two ministers score Sunday excursions, Sunday paper?, etc. Rnln causes dnms at Glen Allen to' break, damage R., F. and P. track and cause wreck of freight train ■ — Drought about Richmond broken Itoported here that Hon. Harry Tucker Will run for Cpngrdss next year Corpora...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

2 MANCHESTER BALLPLAYER Howard Holland Back Home from California. DEATH OF MR. MOLES Funeral This Afternoon from Fifth Street Church— Third Ward Registration — Fire from Lightning. Approaching Marriage. Manchester Bureau Times-Dispatch, 1 No. 1102 Hull Street. J Howard Holland, one of tho most enthusiastic base-ball players In tho country, nnd ono of the best right fielders In the business, is back home from a winter eeasou with tho Oakland. California, club, of the Independent League. Holland has flKured in mnny of the minor leagues. L>aat season he was with the Memphis team, of the Southern League. He played with Richmond nnd Norfolk in the Atlantic League, and has always held his own. Ho started his hasp-ball career wltti the McCnbe club In Richmond, and was then considered one of tho best all-round college players In the State. His coaching Is a feature of any game he plays In. He would have continued with tho Oakland club, but he caught cold In his throwing arm, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC Street-Car Men Answer Gen'l Manager Huff Vigorously. CRITICISE HIS POSITION His Communication Discussed Section by Section — Men Not Making Enough to Live on, They Say, Because of Increase in Prices. Tho Executive Hoard of tho street railway mOtbffiien und conduetorn of Richmond, Petersburg and HUbiirbs of both cities, held a meeting yeste.rd.ay morning to dlHciißH tho communication of General Manager Huff, of the Virginia P.ihtienget and Power Company, In reply to their proposition of arbitration on nil matters of dlKagrr-emcnt and an Increase of their waueH, Hinting for bIM company that neither tho one or tho other wan pOHHlblcs at thlH time. Tho two communications wero puhllHhfd In Sunday's paper. Aftor full and lengthy consideration of the reaiwiH aBHIKm.-d by Mr. Huff, the board docldwl to Bend him tbe gUßK<;.stlon that tho matter be left to a board of arbltratoru, and to tho public nn appeal lind statement, which Is published herewith; To tho Pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

« Tlie Times-Dispatch. Published Pflily nml Weekly nt No. 4 Korth Tcnili Rtroct, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1003, nt Richmond, Va., ns Second* CHasa Matter, under Act of Congress o f March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is Bold at 2 rent* a or.py. Tha SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is Bold nt fi cpiils n oopy. DAILY TIKES-DISPATCH hy mail— 50 cents ft inonlh: $5.00 a year, i?2.M for six months; fcl.fiO for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnil $2.00 n year. The DATLY TIMES-DISPATCH, inriudiutf Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, f> cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 91.00 vmr. All Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rpjpetcd Cnm.nitinlenHona will not bo returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 610 East .Broad Street. TtJJ'TSDAY, MAY Cfl. 1003, THE CUBAN REPUBLIC. Tho Cuban republic has now boon In existence for a year, nnd General Pltzhugh lieo laJses a very hopeful view of a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

A LETTER OF INTEREST Col. John S. Mosby Writes About Hon. R. M. T. Hunter. POLITICAL DISABILITIES Measure for Their Removal was Gotten , Through by Colonel Mosby's Lfforts. His High Opinion of Mr. Hunter—Wanted Him President. The following Interesting letter from Colonel John 8. Moaby to Judge T. It. 13. Wright, of ISbhcx county, will prove IntoreHlllig, (Jimllmi;, 11 h It dooH, with tho meaflurti for tlio removal of tho political tllwibllltles of lion. It. M. T. Huntur, formerly a United Htatoß Bonntor: Jin!*;'! T. H. IJ. Wrlglit, Tuppahaniiock, Vu.: My Uoar Sir,— l have your letter In rcferonco to our conversation In WiiMhlngton, In which I spoke to you of the part I had taken In procuring the removal of Mr. 11. M. T. Huntor'H Ulsabllltlea. It was the firm time. I bullevo, that 1 over mentluned It to any ono, and thu occasion of It was Unit I hud Jutit soon v notice of a llfo of Mr. Hunter by a member of lilh fuinlly. AltliouKh, 1 was raised 1111 Albcnmrlo Whlf(. nnll had never »*...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

TRUSTEES MAKE REPORT Remarkable Attendance on Presbyterian Assembly. THE WORLD REPRESENTED The Committee on Bills and Overtures Make Report on Mnny Overtures. The Members Visit the Natural Bridge. fKprrlnl to Tho Tltnos-lllspntch.) LEXINGTON, VA., May 25.— After n restful Sabbath in a quiet town, with eervlcos In all tho churches by visiting ministers, members of the General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian Church, came to their work this morning veil prepared for tho arduous duties iiu.iitinjr tlrem. Tho first business after tlio Assembly was called to order by the moderator, Dr. Hopkins, wna tho report of the trustees of the General Assembly for tho year ending April 30th, 1003, Which was as follows: Balance from last year, $7H."0; receipts during tlio last fiscal year, $19,830.03} total receipts, $10,'.K>S.K!. Disbursements to different causes of th« church, as directed by tlio donors, $16,851.88. Balance in lmndfl of the treasurer. $72.28, and on deposit, $a,005....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

HIS SENTENCE COMMUTED Gov. AycocK Chpngos Vick's Sentence to Life Term. KILLING OF PERCY JONES Eleven Men Under Indictment Con nected with the Case and a Special Term Ordered to Try Them, State Officers Sign Bonds. (Rpcclgl to Thii Tlmen-ninpntch.) RALEIOH, N. C., May 35.— Governor lAycock to-day commuted tho death sentence of Sam Vlck, the negro, who woo tinder sontenco to bo hnnged noxt fiat^ urday, to life imprlßonmont. Vlck Is sixteen yetirs nl<l, and Was convicted of criminal nMftull on an old nc«ro woman with whom ho mndo bin homo. A Bpoclnl term of Wlldon County Court In ordered by Governor Aycock for tho trial of tho Wilson county murder cn«es growing out of tho recent Benßrttlonal Wiling of Percy Jones, on Insurance agent. There are oloven men under Indictment by the grand Jury, four of them being out on bond, nnd the others In Jail awnltImr trial. The special oourt will be held by Judgo Bhnw. BOND IBSUE. Tho Governor nnd State Treasurer this morning complot&...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

8 MILLER IS DISMISSED Accused of Having Accepted a Bribe. TURF INVESTMENT CO. Said to Have Given Miller a Bribe of Several Thousand Dollars in Shape of Cash Payment— Miller Arrested at His Desk. (Dj- Ansoclntcd rrMB.) WASHINGTON, Mny i't.— iPostmaatcrGeneral Payne to-day dismissed Daniel F. Miller, assistant attorney In tho oillco of the Assistant Attorney-General for the Postolllce Department, for accopUng a bribe In connection with tho case of John J. Ryan & Co.. charged with fraudulent use of the mails. Miller waa takc-n to tho City Hall tonight and placed un<kir arrest by a deputy marshal. Ho waived exnmlnntlon and wns released on $1,500 bonds for appearnnco In court In Cincinnati last autumn. The warrant, it wns learned lato tonight, charges conspiracy, instead of bribery, as first reported. A warrant on tho same charge has been issued for tho arrest of George M. •Johns, a lawyer of Hockvlllo, Park county. Ind. It wns intended to have both arrests made at...

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