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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

THT3 TIMES, FOUNDED JBBB I \T7ROT X TMTTMRPR fA?4Q THE DISPATCH, BOUNDED ISM I WrtULU INUMtHItt, \b{lV** The True Story of -Bluebeard's Forbidden Room ANOTHER FABLE EXPOSED RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 81, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

2 DAY WITH Ex-President at a Missouri Agricultural Fair. VIEWS ON LEE & JACKSON Jackson's Capacity to Command a Large 1 Army— His Estimate of the Worth of Calhoun — War Reminiscences and Anecdotes. OVrltten for The Tlmos-TJlspatch.) "Lee and Jackson were tho complement tof cnoh otlier; together In battle, they Jnere Invincible," 1 the substance of the tested to enable me to form an opinion twenty yearn subsequent to tho war, 1 I whh a member, communicated with er.ite President could be imlured to come, to a large extent of Virginians and KenTrnTTlOdlH tfly fl r^i'l v cnniG t lint lifl v/oul'l |>p with us at tlio* tlmo mpntlonoil. At first innny peoplo were slow to bollevp tbp news; it was too rooil to bn truo. Boon howover. it becamo gonerally Known Ul'a't iattMson Payis would, Hi a fry.- <lni'p, be In mir mldßt, and, of course, Bouthern peopfo can Imagine how their tU'estorn brethren folt more euslly than Wli^n tho day arrived for hl» appearhnce be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

tr Germany Not Antagonistic, But Always Ready to Fight {Bpeclnl Correspondence of The TlmesKIBU May 20 —Are the Germans preparing for war tth tho United States? 1 think not. They are Jealous of our fcfimmerrlnl mipremncy and In response !lo! lo tho Agrarians" havt enacted a tariff •which mny .-iffect cur trndo. They would ■llko to overthrow the Monroe doctrine •ml have a. clmnco to colonize and dovelop South America, but thoy havo no 'M«iv of attempting snythlng fhnt might realize for the first tlmo something of our resources nnd power. They know they are dependent upon us for food; they know nlfo that w. :iro among their lest customers.- ond they claim to be the friendliest of our friends on the European continent. OI3KMANY HEADY I'\)H WAU. As for war preparations, however, they nrn always going on in the German emplre. The Kalsor Is surroundoQ by nations who would fight him at nny time If they thought they could win, nnd be bellevts that the best way to prevent war Is to be rondy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

■i | | luwmNV— r ~T Tra^/~MRiI. . ..-„ jb^b--:! -^ t i T» —linn PHLISOMATIC or the stout man who wants to take up nn v , advanced form of physical culturo can find nothing bolter SSs£J suited to his temperament and physique, than tho Greco-Roman fctylo of wrestling. Unllko catiili-as-cntcli-ifcan, it does not require a great amount Of. agility. It demands hard and steady hvork, and that Is -what tho phlegmatic Jnnn needs, if he 5s to bo developed properly. Greco-Roman hns been mnflp a fat mnn's fexerclße by tho rule which declares thut bo hold of any «ort Is fulr bolow tho r«\-alat lino. Thoro is no leg wrcstlliiß: Hvhutover, even trlppliiß— fivlr In tho three Dthor recopnlvied forms of wrestling—being barred. 1 Tho leg's ara used simply and Bolely ns a base. Abovo tho waist lino, however, nny hold Is allowable, and, na in catch-ns-cateh-can, it can bo changed as often as deeired. As a result, many of tlio holds utc tho siiino or anuloirous to cutch-aa-catch-can holds. . 'Deßplto It...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

V Fashions, Fads and Fancies for Fair Feminine Friends. & THE FLOWER AND LINEN HAT. RoHen nnd leaves nnd frills of linen comhlno to mnko this effective hat, which In a Mm". Spiegel model. Thn hut Ik made of linen, with lmif-shnpo frills of tho linen fulling over tho brim. Tho crown Is a masa of full-bjown pink roses framed l/i dark-gruon leaves. Few Finishing Touches of Going- A way Girl's Wardrobe. [FOX THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATOH.] Now that tho vacation tlmo la bo near at ljand, tho golng-awny girl Is all abrorbwl In her olothoH. Of course, by this tlmo sho hi'-B her Hunimor wardrobe already planned and tha gren.t«r number of her gowns completed, but thorn Is always, Just lit tho lunt, a fow Important things to bo added. With tho thermometer going up and tho city getting hottor pud hntn>r, the vacation girl's thotiKhts naturally turn toward tho coolest frocks Blie can buy. Though sho hon already two or throe Bhlrt-wnlm. suits In her summer wardrobe, «ho Is qul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

B GERMANY AND THE EAST fi Understood That the Emperor Will Hold Hands Off. EXAAIPLE OF IGNORANCE Russian Killod His Own Child as Resul of a Vow Ho Made Whllo Sick. The Young Spanish King's Great Strength. BERLIN, May flO.— Germany's strong hntl-Ru.iplnn pentlmr*nt cpemn, In the present Chinese cltnatlon, to be overpowered tiy n stronger n.ntl-niiKllPh foiling. In Gerrann diplomatic circles comploto Indifference Is felt— or affpctod-"-ovßr the occupancy of Nlu-chwang. Mliirlpcl with .this indifference In a malicious satlHfaotlon over what 4h«sy consider Great Writ-e-in's Inability to combat Russian progress In the Orient. One German politician expressed hlmsolf ns follows: "Th« eltimtlon In the fnr ISnst Is to test She valuo of tho Anglo-Japanese alliance. Wost people believe It Is worth less than rtho paper It Is written on. If this view la tf&lee, now Is the time, for Great Britain ■uid Japan to prove it. If England and Japan fall to put a spoke in Russia's jwheel In th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

13 Many Boys and Gtr/s Join the Popular T.-D.C. C. Its Motto: "Nothing Succeeds Like Success.** The number of ordinal poemi and Mnrleß sent In thin week were in excess ot Inpt Bundny'n publication. The Tlmes-Dlnpntoh Contributors' Club Is growing rapidly, but club members havo tho assurance that anything withheld thla week will find Its way Into the columns the week aftorward. Tho editor Is gratified to note thnt rnnny out-of-town ns well aa ln-town boyn nml girls wish to Join the T. D. CC. It la proponed to have the club ldoa take root all over tho Stato of Virginia and expand into such proportion* of usofulnfflß anil Intelligence as to mnko tho Children's Pngo embody the. best reading In tho Bunday Timed-Dispatch. All bnyn mid i?lrl« undnr Hlxteen yenns of nge who promise, to contribute to tho Children's Pngo nre Invited to send In their names and Join tho club. Answer to " Diamond Puzzle." 1, n. 2, Ate. I, Strap. 4, Eat 8, P. ANBWER TO ENIGMA. 1. Mariner. 8. Interger. 2. Example....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

Assisted by "Their Friend Leon* .They Search for a Sunken Treasure Chesfr tn Three Chapters. Chapter a. , THE NEW STENOGRAPHER AND" HER SUCCESSOR. THE TIMES-DISPATCH, RICHMOND, VA., MAY 31, 1903. o;g be c.Qfflmu.EP next sunday*;

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

THE V/EATHER. "WASHINGTON. Junf> I.— Forecast for TiifHd.-iv and Wednesday Vlrßlnla— Partly Cloudy Tuesday; Wednesday fair; fresh met winds. North Carolina— Showers Tuesday; fre&h fast winds. Wednesday fair, Yo>-.terflny's wntlier wns wintry. Straw lints disappeared, and In some Instances overcoats tnaiii: their appearance. The mercury hovered around tho sixty mark, nnd th" skies wero overcast a portion of tho any, I/itll<i change ia expected In the temporalure to-dny. BTATE3 OF THE TIIKKMOMRTKn. P A M r,2 n M r.« 8 }'. M f.4 Ii V. M M p r. m ' 0° •a mlddlghl w Averngo 62 2-3 Highest tempeirflturo yesterday BT I^owest t'mperature yenterdßy M M«an temperature yesterday g| Normal tompnraliiro for June i.i Jjeparturo Jrom normal lomperatnre. 13 Precipitation during paHt 2i i.Durs 06 MINIATURE ALMANAC. June 2, 1903. Run rlseg <:;.'-' HIGH TIDE. Sun sots 7:24 MurnliiK 10:«> Moon cct5... .12:19 Evening 10:46 RICHMOND. Seve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

» tcwlnr eommunlcntlon «nd accompanying I»PMS from His Honor, the Mnyor. nrtd hey were real by tho clerk nmld nlmont >rtftthless silence: Mayor's Office, nichmond, Va., June l«t, To the Hon. Common Council: Oentlomcn. — From Information received through the publio press, 1 Pout a leltei under date May SO, IMS, (copy of nhlch borewUh enclosed) to Mr. P. r. Tnliafcrro, Ai>ilftftnt City Engineer, nnd litswith trsnUmlt his reply, noth lettrrs I d#slre to H« eonpldered ftpnrt of this oOIcIbI 6omrmjnlcutlon. I deom It proper to plnce thin mftttfr btfore your lmnornble body for your informnllon nnd cutdnnce. I cunimt too ptronßly recommend tn your honorsbli? body th" necessity for r thorough nn<l searohlnft inveptigntlon of the mutter* reform! tf> In this communication. The people demand «nd miift lime purity In tholr city government, nnd 1 hold myself In r< % mlln<\ < =!' to n?pl.«t you In (very way pnp.elhlo tow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

PETERSBURG IS STIRRED Rev. Geo. R. Stuart Preaches His Stump-Dlflging Sermon SOLID FOR TEMPERANCE Society Scored for Punch Drinking, Crowds Flock to Hear His Last Sermon— Commencement Exercises of Female College. (Supctnl to Ttio Tlmca-Dlspfttrh.) PETERSBURG, VA., Juno I.— lf every voter who aroso from his seat at tho Stuart meeting last night to Indicate that Ik; favored temperance should cast a b:illot for temperance In Petersburg, saloons would bo shut Up by a big majority) More than throo thousand people hoard •tho powerful temperance sermon preached by Rev. George R. Stuart last night, and his auillcnco was limited to this number by tlie capacity of tho building. I,'very available space of sUi'mllng room viis occupied, only men being present a t the service. . The registered white, voto In Petersburg Is slightly over 2,000. Of tho 3,000 who heard tho sermon last night more than 2,000 waved their handki'ichiels or roso from their sonts to Indicate that they were In sympathy with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

'4 The Times-Dispatch. Klishcrt Dally find Weekly nt No. 4 orth Ton I h Street, Richmond, Va. Kirtore*! Je.miriry 27, 1003, nt ftlrhmond, Yn., ns SecondClnss MnHor, under Ant of Congress of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is feolrl at 2 cm (a n ropy, The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is Sold nt G cents n copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH l>y mail— 60 rents it month; $.">.OO a ye.-»r, $2/>0 for fix months! ijl.fiO for llivpo months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail !?i!,00 a vonr. The DATT.Y TIMES-WSPATCH, Including Sunday, in Jliclimbnd nnd Manchester, by Carrier, 12 rents per week, Carrier; S rents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 Vfiir. All ihißljjnml Communications will bo Rejected Communications will not be Returned unless accompanied by stntnps* Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 610 Eiist Brond Street. TrKSIIAY, J(TNK 2. IDO3. % ' ; ;/■ . •;.. .... ".- ■,-.■_■ .. !••■ From Juno Ist tho prlon of Tho TlmesDlspatch, delivered by enrrjer within t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

CLASS-DAY CEREMONIES Interesting Exercises at the Woman's College, NAMES OF GRADUATES And Those Who Won Honors In the Various Branches of Study — Commencement Will Be Held To- Day. Class day ceremonleg at tho Woman's Collego yesterday passed oft without a elnglo untoward Incident to mar their grcit pleasure. At H o'clock A. M., the graduates of 3l<« proudly donned tholr caps and gowns tor their finals. They lnoluded Miss IMaule Quthrio, president; Mlbs Nell Sinlon, da.'i.i orator; Miss Jesslo Lane, class ilstotian; Miss Myrtlo Lantfford, cluss prophet; Miss Ethel Fltzpatrlck. class J>oot; Miss Roßa Smith, tree orator; Miss Lulu Kirk, bonfire orator; Mlbb Kletinor I'.ylaud, Miss Etta Ankers, Miss Huth Harrison, Miss Hattla Uarrott, Miss Marlon Terrell, Miss -»ary Herndon and Mi.-.ii Denlse Morris. Tho class wus welcomed In tho college (hupol, to which ita mombers proceeded, ly the president, who said: "Ladies and gontlomen, frienda of the class of 15X)3, II is m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

6 CATTLE RUSH INTO THE SEA Phosphorescence of the waves Bewildered tho Animals. WASHOUTS FROM STORM State Mission Meeting of the Goshen Baptist Association— The Grave of Mary Washington Decorated With Handsome Flowers, (Special to Tlio Times-Dispatch.) VREDBHICKSBUIta, VA., June 1.The State mission meetings in the Goshen Baptist ARSoclntion are being hold thin ■week In this section, comnienfclhg to-duy, nt Rhondesvllle, Ornnga cOunty, where all-day services wero held. Tho other fahurches co-operating were Mount llormon, Orange, North Pamunkey and Antloch. On Tuesday the services will be nt Flat Hun. Orange county, nnd the other churches co-operating will bo SSoar, Ely's Kord nnd Now Hope. Wednesday at Su]fm Church, Bpotsylvanla county, tJueo miles from this city, with Iho "Wilderness, With ?Hebron, C Mnssaponax, Mlno lloiiii nnd Craig Churches co-operating. The meeting will close Friday at Waller's, 111 Bpotsylvnnla county, with Bpthhny, Good Hope and the County Lille Churches co-op...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

THE RALEIGH MURDER CASE Habeas Corpus Proceedings " for Haywood. TKY TO IMPEACH WITNESS Photographs of Ihe Scene of the Shooting Introduced In Evidence — Tho Agreement Not to Go Into the Argument of the Case Broken. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) RAIiISIQU, N, 0., June 1.-Taklng rebtitlul teßtlmony for both the Htule and the dofenso consumod nearly all to-day's ueSßion In tho hearing of the habeas corpus proceedings tor Efhest Ilnywood, Bluycr of Ludlow Hklnner. Argument la being rnudo contrary to provloiw nßrcement, and It will be noon to-morrow bofore the Judges will take the caso. This morning tho defenwo Introduced W. P. Hose, architect, who testified ,to measurements ho had taken that provo W. 13. Owaltney could not have stun Hay wood's hand or pistol where he nworo he saw them from his drug storo window, thus contradicting an important Htnte'a witness. Pefenso also Introduced l)rn. W. I. Royster, llubort Hoystor, J. R. Hoßnrß, A. W. Goodwin ns medical exports to provo that a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

PROTEST OF LEADING MEN City Stirred by Infamous Cruelly in Russia. VERY STRONG PROTEST Eloquent Addresses by Governor MonMigue and Others— Resolutions to Be Sent to Secretary Hay at Washington. More than a thousand representative Citizens of Richmond. Including the Governor of the State and ministers and lay' men of all creeds and walks In life, gathered Sunday afternoon In mass mteUn jj, and as with one voice recorded nn einphiitic and Indignant protest agnlnst I lie Russian government for apparently permitting and commending the horrlblo massacre of Jews so recently accomplished at Klshineff. The direct outcome of the meeting was A strong series of resolutions, to bo communicated at once to the Secretary of State of tho United States government. Efforts wore mnde to have pmhoi'ie-1 in this paper a formal request for the recall Of tho present Russian ambassador at "Washington, Count Cnsslni, but tbo effort was discouraged, nnd the great gathering contonted Itself with formally expr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

BUILDINGS ARE RISING Tho Activity In That Direction Is i n jrccedented. IN ALMOST EVERY WAY Building Material Now Easy to Secure and Money is Plentiful— Tho Marvelous Changes of Recent Years. The click of the trowel and tho sound of the h&tnmor and saw make mimic now In every part of tho city. With tho openIng of .'.prime, building activity Jb soon on ovory hami. New houses are going up everywhere— not small, temporary Htructures, but residences, stores, factories and office structures that would bo a credit to a fur Jarger city. It Is not a spurt. 1 Thin liinreoflml building Is Ifluo to n number of perfectly reasonable causes. Onn of them Is thut it Is now possible to Rfl stcol for the framing, a thing iilj.snloiely out of tho f|ii<*Htlon n year ago. UulldIngs that liavo been In contemplation for several years are now to be erected because it Ih pos»1blo to get tho material to do no, Tho money has never boon lackIng. Tho bunks and Individuals of Hlolimond hav...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

xo PRESSURE WAS TO SELL Few Buyers in Evidence on Stock Exchange. ST. PAUL STOCK WAS FIRM This. Had Strengthening Influence, but the Selling Went on Under Cover. There Were Some Feverish Rallies Near Close. (Hy Asunclatcd Press.) NEW YORK, Juno 1.-Tlu- sUjek-ttnN £ m !t7i SS a fc st recS. £0 nlmtwt porved to domlhato the ""arkoL So mm Us firmness to-day »"«"';;' >' ''^ Bomo ol'f'rt on selltlmonU Its influenu? Tv,, „,.'lin.,l, howover, by ll.e „nt-..t »«;t Ing- short contract* for many Uioumuu shires. Short covering was also reported In Rock Isand, but with less effect. Iho repfrta ot tatnan W the "^dr affected »nrk Island and had 11 growing Influence on Missouri Pacific, Atchlson and liilon Pacific. Missouri Pacific, after nffc-rlnir some resistance to ttio deprcselon liocarae the weakest stock nnumwt the railroads Into In thf day und it sokl down 2 1-4 below Friday's closing level. Tho tralhcrins strength In tho wheat nnd corn marketß, which wns attrlbtitod to tho flood ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

HELP WANTED— FEMALE. t WANTED, near Wa«hln(rten, June i«t, flr«t-ftI»M colored Coo)!, Walter and Waitress; good TraKOd. Apply nt ll'/4 H. Third Htrpft. •WANTED, Etook Men and Boyl, .Apply ftt *17 Kant lirnnd Blrcit. WANTED, a flrat-olana COOK. A^ilr 112 Isttth WANTiD7r»ood HOUBEKEErER^to t'J« c) ««J COPY LETTERS »t homu; $18, paid weekly. Send atamiip>l i>nTC'."l>» tot Mmpl* . icttor. VICniTZAN CO.. «♦ Pdik Bow, New Inrk. WANTED. Fomal» Btenor/ripher, alia to In-rn-n'-f liT In'-nif by ■!■ Iml' n IlKflillin SO In 40 imr rrnl. kiiccillt tlmn <ti>> rf st, anil nn nri'nitnt "f iip-tf.iial* fratiirp« mn«t turn nut liMtrr «nrk tvllh l«*im infiilnl nnd |ihr»|i'«l ttlitt AddrrM OLJVFR KTASDAItU VIBIBfjß WHITER, ltlrhmond. sTtuations wanted— female. WANT). I), by refined and Intelligent younc l»dj-, ■ pofltlnn an ltcnr>crniiher in tb» city i « fnl 1 hf hi worker, iw-n Mlat A. H. J., em ttiln nlTlfe.| WA.KTED, by k (...

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