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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 June 1903

12 Miller <& Rhoads. Mt P. N. CORSET JfP NO. 917 FOR $1.50. jr This one's a feather weight— so much thobettet for summer wear, under a Shirt Waist— Good /W^^^^ Batiste with a medium length hip trimmed with / vKvl?>' Lace and a Bibbon Bow. ■ L^^Mni There's Tabs on the front for hoso supportors. i/^/|fl|/M The aluminum boning of the P. N. Corsets f&Jittc^tjwl prevents any rusting and consequently there's no Straight Fronti soiling of the clothes in warm weather from rustP.N.917 od steel. 600 Yards Bleached Cotton Be. Yard. Short, lengths in 5 to 12 yard pieces of Fruit of the Loom, Warapiitta, Pride of the Wfist and Now York Mills brands. You know of course that 30 to 121-2 c. a yard are the regular prices for these cottons. Short pieces ma.ke short prices tcday and six hundred yards won t last long at Bt\ Social and ?Pe?'sonal < The wedding of Miss Hmelo Fegrnm | the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James West Pogram. nnd Lieutenant Ku...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 June 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 June 1903

THE WEATHER. ■\\\\c;inN<n ox, Juno S.— Forecast for Virginia— YaW Thursday nml Friday; Jlt-hl wlnrlK, inofitly r-nsl. ;ift'r iilulilfiill tlio weather rn?r!.iii became <]iiltr> chilly. Fair weather Is predicted for to-day with no conuldorablo ctirtnga in luinperaluro. STATE OP THE THKRMOMETEn. 12 mi'i ; .l'' : iiV ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '■'.'■'.'.'.'.'.'■'■*.'■'■'.*.'.'.'• '■'■'■'.'••_'" boimrturn from normnl temperature.. '■> I'rcClpltQtfon flurlntf |/HKI 21 hours W MINIATURE ApMANAC. Fun rlrop 4:61 I HIGH TIDE. .' RICHMOND. Str^f-t car infMi Icitv'a mailers of strike to N itlon.il Orgutllzi r Orr and local Kx- '■ Ing to bo '" held' Friday nlßht Couhlnvf?tlKatlon of alleged municipal rorr p1lon; Board of Aldcrmcri nut to moet UJ 111 Apostolic Delegate Dloniedo Falconlo at St. Peti r'a Cathedral: recepj-ioh at Dr. Goo £<*■ Ben Johnston's; laying of corner-Mono or new cathedral tills :iftnrnnon 'New poII corn an elected; re-otecllon ...

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

2 Vyver itroiu to bp«bJi. He «tood In front ef th« main nltnr facing the delegate. H* Mid: "Tour Excellency, -- J-,fl.nguflg# can •eaxccly fxpress how olngularlv honored f %«1 to-nfßht In welcoming Your Ex-*ell»-nry into our mldct. Wplcomo both !n mv own name And In that of my cl^rsrv, trmn which nonft is more devoted to tho Interests of God and His dtvfnely-witiibllshed church. "Proud Indeed, are *6 to hay« Your Excellency with us to-night, not only riocnuse of your eminent t.'ilentp, your lirofoud lenrnlng. nnd your mnny virtues, iut nlso because you come to uh np ih« honorftd npostollc dnlcgnto of the greatest ef living men. "^ c aro happy to lay • t your feet the testimonial of our obodleno* nnd loyalty to tho vicar of Cliri^t. the Illustiioun Pontiff. Leo XIII.. "horn th« whole world honors and revers. "Truly. Tour Excellency, do my clergy and people fe«l that the grent event at which you are no gTacloiisly to officiate ■will mark a new and glorlouß epoch or progress for Cathol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 June 1903

More than 30,000 Reminsoi\ Typewriters are used for instruction purposes in the schools of the United States and Canada — over 2,200 more than all other tnakes of writing machines combined* This condition is created by the demand for Remington operators; theref° re n clearly reflects the ilBi I '^^^^ REMINGTON TYPEWRITER. COMPA ! tj"*«y^^pjs^* 327 rjrondw&y, New York 706 EAST MAIN STREET, MR. CRIGM RETAINED But Board Justifies Action o President Hutzler. The Investigation of tho official conduct and fitnes-s of Superintendent Crlng'.in, of the Laurel Reformatory, for that ponltlon, came to a close last night after I lie eighth long scsKion held by the Hoard of Directors. Several formiil conclusions wore reached, chief nf which was that the board saw no reason why the president should not have tnnde the report, believing as ho did; and therefore ordered It to be filed. At the end of the meeting last night a report to the Prison Association, appended hero, was adopted: "Yo...

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

jg ' The Times-Dispatch Published Daily nnrt Weekly nt No. 4 North Tenth Ktropf, Richmond", Va. Entered January 27, IPO3, nt Richmond, Vn., as SecondClass A?i>it er, tinder Act of Congress of Mnrch 3, 1879. Thß DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is fcold nt 2 r-Mits a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is •old nt B cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnil— BO cent* a month; $5.00 a year, $2.50 for Six months; Sl.fiO for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. Including Sunday, in Richmond and Manchester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, or 60 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, /> emits per week. Tho WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. $1.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless ncconipanieii by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. 610 East Broad Street. THURSDAY. JUNE 4, 1808. Prom Juno Ist the price of Tho TlmeaDlspßtch, delivered by enrrier within the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 June 1903

BY ALUMNI Richmond Chapter Voiceless on University Presidency. CONFIDENCE IN THE BOARD Lauds Action of Visitors in Placing Salary of Presidency at Figure Worthy an Able Educator and tho High Position— Large Attendance Tho Ulilunoad Chaptor of Alumni of tho University of Virginia decided yesterday afternoon not to recommend to the Hoard of Visitors any one for thn presidency of Iho Institution, expressing by resolution entire confidence In tho hoard and offering It Iho aid of the chapter In any way jioshllilo. Tho attendance was the largest, for a Imig tlmo. Many of tho besf known men In Richmond were present, and they met nt 5:30 Hharp 1n tho audience room of tho Chamber of Comrrieree, Hut they wero In nesnion hardly more than fifteen ininutes ( Mr. Wyndham H. Meredith offered renolutlone, printed here, whlrh wero adopted without discussion or opposition: hi II resolved : 1. That at Oils Its first mooting hliicp tho enactment of the law creating the otllco of president of thu Unjver...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 June 1903

c COMPLAINT OF MR. BARR Thought Portsmouth Fire Department Dilatory. HE IS SHARPLY CRITICISED An Interesting Suit Brought— Woman Who Was Struck With a Lamp, Dead— Nevada's Guns Tested. Preacher Sues Bank. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) NORFOLK, VA., June 3.— The correspondence between J. M. Barr, vice-pres-ident and general malinger of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, and Mayor J. Thompson Halrd on the recent lire at the Seaboard Air 1-Jno shops has been sent to the, Portsmouth City Council. Mr. Barr complained that proper energy was not used by the lire department In responding to the alarm for nssisttinre, claiming that, the fire could hava been confined to tho building In which It started. The tone of the correspondence •was not received with favor by the members of the Council. Mr. Hutchlns stated that he knew Iho chief of the department, used all possible dispatch In getting the apparatus on the scene, and In hla opinion the great fault was with tho railroad company In not havi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 June 1903

WAS GIVEN HIS FREEDOM Ernest Haywood Released on a Bond of SI O,OOO. WAS APPLAUSE IN COURT Accused at Once Left for Homo of His Aged Mother— Six Are Granted Bail— A Bank is Char- (Hpoclnl to Tho Times-Dispatch.) RALEIGH, N. C, Juno 3.— Ernest Haywood was released to-day under $10,000 bond for his appearance at tho Juiy term of Wnko Superior Court for the killing of Ludlow Skinner Februnry 21st. Tho ruling of Justices Douglas find Walker, of Iho Supreme Court, granting ball was read by Judgo Dourlur nt noon before nn lmmenßo audience, nnd within thirty minutes the bond was made up and approved nnd Haywood was a tfifa man, being driven In a cnrrlngo to the homo of his BBod mother on Newborn Avenue In company with his three brothers, who were with him In court throughout tlie habeas torpus hearing. The bondsmen aro A. W. Haywood. William Saundors, H. E. Litchfbrd, J. K. Fcrrall. W. Z. Blake, Edgar 3 lay wood, Dr. F. J. Ilny wood and C. T. ißalloy, each of whom qualified as being worth ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 June 1903

8 HELP WANTED— FEMALE. COPY LETTEHB at home; $15, paid weekly. VF.RIT7.AN DO., :i4 I'nrV Itr.w. New York. ■WANTED, % COOK. Apply at Dr. P.. A. PATTERRON'R residence on IVtsthamnton Tnrk Rlecirle Railway. 1 "SITUATIONS WANI ED— FEMALE"' " AW ACOOMFLISHED LADY and r-lemnt MusicUn fif lons rxperlmco will tench for her »ionr<l In soni« plensnnt Virginia family durinK oninmrr. Addrew VIRGINIAN, 42? l'eachtree sir.-t. Atlnnta, On. tli'n Iflti fif July ufßrfps n<llinrnVn <I linrnVl < n r ™o"i"e Inm'll fmnlly In nwlrt Ir, hoii»pknonlnß. or wonld tnke rbnrfto of n wldovppf'o or Imonolnr'n hnmo nnd rndenror to plvo s»t!«fnrtlon. Aildn-M W, O. U.. Tlnindon Hotel, Unstc City, Vn. WANTED, ny a (rr»du»te of Holl!n» Institute, Vn.. .i rvmltlnn to tennli; l« prepared to <1o hlßli-BrndP <v rk In I.ntln, French, Mntliemni\n> nn<l K,iß!lsh, or mmlil ti\kp more piementnry vr.irk In the iisunl Knjrllsh lirnnehff; Inr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 June 1903

IH r P rVri WAS LIFTED But There Was Recession and Net Losses Rule. RECOVERY WAS EFFECTED Many Gnins Followed Bidding Up of Prices, but on Profit Taking in tho La3t Hour These Melted Away. ,«r,W YOHK. June' S.— Tho recovery ftcfiin to-d(iy hv the Hturk nni.'.ot froni "11 ".mlim- ond tho AWegara of some of the l>a>l news o! the uuy {-'-"'iiied to ulvn d fro»h demouaJratloji tliijt. fUtablo basis of prices liad been WaonMi nnd, after midday, tho prlco level wnn nrtoii quite mibfltantlalli'. But vylie^tno professional operators commenced to taKo th<'lr profit* in the last hour ol tlio bohWon ho B&ll" ITinlUHl iiwny 11 Kliort order, and lust prl us generally nhow net lossen. Tha <M>fniiiK set-back W«a due to the reported threat <>f 11 »tr]Ko by the anlliracito coal minpia unless ute in(n^;,| of tha operators to accept Iho mlnorn' repreßOtitotiyen on the Conolllatlon Hoard klioiiki bo reiClnaed. 1 li...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 June 1903

16 Miller 6 Rhcmds. | Miller WOMEN'S SUMMER SHIRT WAISTS. Lawn, Lii\c:i or Silk — all now 1 fts low priced as it's possiblo to got One of tlie best Waists at it's price that wo hnvo is a Black or White Unlined Jap. Silk garment. Tho Silk is of an exceptionally PRETTY WHITE MATERIALS FOR SUMMER DRESSES. Just how pretty they arc and just how moderately priced they are will be evident to you this morning when you como in. 40-lnch, India «J -4c -»l' lnCh Lln °" Cambllc ' lluro llnr "' 84-lnclv Firm Cord Piqne. 100. "flinch Sheer French Orgnnfly, 83c. SO-lnch Sheer find Fino rersinn 44-lnch Shocr and Very Fine Fionch Lawn, 12J-ao. Batiste, itno. . BG-inchi Flno Linen Lawn, 22v. 36-inch Cannon CloLli, J2 l-l!c. I Social and | *Personal r | Tho -wedding of Mis 3 Margaret Susan Hutson to Mr. Byron Bernard William* tooK place at 3:30 o'clock la3t evening in tha Pine-Street Baptist Church, tho Rev. J. B. Hutson, tho undo of the bride, porforming tho ceremony. The church was tastefully decorat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

THREE SECTIONS. THE TIMES. FOUNI>KD I.V«. THE I DISPATCH: FOUNDED ISM. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEW* THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Juno 6.— Forecast for Bufl'lay and Monday: Virginia— Showers Sunday; Monday 'Blr, warmer; light to fresh southeast winds on tho coast. North Carolina— Showers Bundny; fair cxceot.ln extrenn- WOat V°H tlon: (o^fj-esn Another showery flay mode things sticky nnd unuleamint yesterday, Tho t° m E?, r * hi urn. however, wu not very high. MlO wuther pt-oplo expect nhowcru to-an-y, iin.l to-morrow It Is llkelv to be fair and HTATI3 OF THE TUEKMOMBTBK. n A M i? 12 M ii 8 I. M S 5 I. M .•?., II P. M X U nildnlKht '" Average :...... "0 1 -^ Itlßh'-Kt temperature yentorday Jjj Lowest tomt<eratuio y<:Htnrday »'i Monn temoerature yesterday <| Normal l<!ini>eraturo for June <o Denarttirfl from normal i'-ml>eiature.. i I'recirdlation durliiK pi>nt M hours 14 MiNiATtmn almanac._ i9(B Mo...

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

s» »pnns, find wns 142 tcc.t lons. )"bn lirMfto nvrr North Tifjer ennnot of. used. It Is dnmiißPd. though tho full ex1«n1 cf the Injury ennnot bft nscrrtnlneA Thft Mr ln-ldpp over tho rncnlct Rlvpr, six or Seven miles thin sldo nf Spartanburg, Is snld by railway oftlclnH to b« •Kery-.tinsafo. It Is "till ftnndlng 'nfialn^t the fierce tide, but is badly damaged, nnd Is In a very serious condition. The hrldße over tho Enorea Ttlvcr, Just south of Spartflnbtirß hns hern carried, nwny. Pncolet Mills Kos, 1 and 2, nenr Spnrtnnhurß, wero washed away thlp niornlnfr. causliiß a loss which Tresldent MontBomory, of tbo company, says will ngXregate a million dollars. BODIRS IN TIIK niVKn. Twelve bodies were peen floatliiK pnst tbn mills on the flood, and two person*, names unknown, were drowned nt tbp Pneotct mills. Tho hotel nnd Presbyterian Church nt Pncllet wore nlso washed nwny. Tho river wns flooded by the Incessant rains and first mill No. 1 wns carried nwny nnd a short time afterwards m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

09 REPORT TO BE BRIEF Monument Directors to Be, All Over Again. / PERSONNEL OF THE/BODY Every State in South Represented in Meeting to Be Held Here Next Wednesday—Silo and Form of the Memorial May Be Changed. Thi mPPtInK of the Board Of Director* of the Da/via Monurrlcnt Association in Uils city on next Wednesday to lien t the report of Its fipcclnl commute nppointed to nuperlntend tho erection of the Davis memorial arch after the Oudebrod drwlgn, will bo oho or ki >"*jtt Intercut to th<* pubic. Much probably to tiir> surprise r>r the directors the committee will noi report that tin work haa been begun and In rro(?rp«Bln>{ with snthfnHlon towards •') npeedy accomplishment tint on iiio other hand, thai tho Oudobrod nrch cannot lie creeled for tho f-uin appropriated, the nttist refusing to sign tic cor, tract. Therefore tiii; committee h.n no work before Jt. it is regarded ns lik»ly that tho on tiro monument question »« ka :-it&am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

4 TOBEAUTIFY CITY'S SLUMS An Organization for Munlci pal Improvements. IS STRONGLY ENDORSED Mr. C. B. Cooko Directing tho Movement Looking to Organization (or of Streets, Homes, Etc. An organization is about to bo perfected In this oily which promises In a tow 1,.,,,, to accomplish much for tlio hoautlikutlon .uul improvcin.-nt of. the city and Ihfc promotion of sanitary conditions. This protective organisation will be known as the Civic Improvement. LiSatfOd, of ltlohn.ond. mid will number among bers many of the foremost men and women of Richmond, and to enlist the sympathy, encouragement and co-oporatlon of all the Influential societies and associations of every kind in this c y. The VHWffigj&jg for avto imprpvS provement leagues. Mr Charles B. CnoUe. of the Realbstate Trust Company. No. 1107 Etfst Main Btrcct. Una Inaugurated this movement looking to beautifying the city, and has done so on hIH own Initiative and aCtuateri 'only by puhllc &P rlt and a desi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

PLEASED TO SEE HIM BACK Washington Glad to Hear of Senator Daniel's Return. i NbBODY WAS SURPRISED Not Expected that He Would Hava Opposition — Tribute of Senator Beverldge — Repressntativc Underwood Talks of Birmingham. The Times-Dispatch Bureau, No. 1417 O Street. N. W, "Washington, D, C, June Oth. Tho news of the rcnomlnatlon of Senator Daniel was received with greatest satisfaction in Washington. Ev««ry Virginian Tho Times-Dispatch correspondent talked to about It said that It was a fitting recognition of thfl st:rvlc*.i of Senator Daniel In times past that he should rot have any opposition for renominatlon. Ills colleague In the Senate, Senator Martin, seemed especially pleased that ho had such a pleasing evidence of the regard the people of Virginia feol for him. Whtn askod If he -la-l telegraphed hln congratulations to Senator Daniel, he replied that he had <i- t, hecauae It was such a foregone conchmlon that ho had congratulated him irrmy times on It before. Tho o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

By WILLIAM MURRAY GRAYDON. (Copyright, 1903.) CHAPTER XXlll.— Continued. Tumlnsr to th« Hindoo, he added: "You »re right— nothing can be done nt ones. 1 will talk tho matter over with you on the morrow, since I have your pledged woni that the time Is not urgent " "The sahib sppnkß wisely," rapHed Oorlnd Punt "There Is. Indeed, much to be planned, but bo surely ns iTio sun will YlFe again tho English filrl Khull not perl«h." At midnight, though hn hnd climbed. to 'the ro6f nn hour earlier. Jack wns still |i»anlnK over th« hnlustrade, wltli his fyes turned wlPtfully townrds Chandra plnph's lions". Tho pprfume of pcented Jrarilens. wnftr4 out of the darkness beuw, sweetened tho nir. A vague, sooth-. ng hum, broken occaslonHlly by a <Il(«taiit Fhout, flnnted from nil parts of the doomed city. There were othor sounds, rinsing faint >nd dull, to which the listener icnvo but ft rips'np thought; he did not know tlint )ncn wpre hard :it work nt the Cashmore Hate, tollln...

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

n MANY YEARS AT ORGAN rrof. Reintiardt Severs Connection With St. Paul's. A VERY NOTABLE CAREER Hns Played at Funerals of Many Distin guished Dead and the Weddings of Prominent Beauties — Composer or Ability. Professor Jacob Relnhardt, tho leading ttuiHlcluii, of Richmond, who Is known per•onnlly to almost every lover of music ot the city, and who 1h lovud and honored an widely no h« Ih Known, will «ever- his connection with St. Paul's Church us Choir director und organic September Ist. lie will play the BWeet-toned organ 'of thin historic church for tho lnut time on the lust Sunday of August. Wherever this news Is learned among those who have attended Ht. Pflul'a in tho la«t quarter of a contury a feeling as of keen p';rtonal lohb will bu felt. A sketch of Profewsor Relnhardt'B bent years of work Is a liliUory of St. Paul's Church for altnoat twenty-five yearn. It wns twenty-threo years n«o, to bo exact, When' this glffd man, mnflll of Htature. genial and lovable of Bplrlt, became ...

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