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

4 THE HOME FOR SAILORS American Women Take Part In Fitting "Jack's Palace." GAVE MUCH OF THE AIONEY Ambassador Choate Had Placo of Honor Beside Prince of Wales at Opening Ceremony— Marie Corelli Chats With Duke. BY PAUL LAMBETH. Special Cable to The Times- Dispatch" Copyright I0O3.) LONDON, Juno 6.— American women In {London liavo taken a conspicuous part in furnishing tho "Sailors' Pulace," or "Jack's Palace," as It is culled In Whltocbapel "Jack's Palace" is in tho lienrt of "sailor town," overlooking tho great docks down tho Thames, where ships from all tho seven seas arrive and depart dally, Tho Prince and Prlncesß of Wales orenpd this "Mills Hotel" for enllors, and tiozons of American women resident in London were present. Besides contributing a large sum of money to tho general building fund, tho (American women of London fitted up in hiopt comfortable stylo one. of the Inrgost rooms In the homo. It Is to ho known as "The American Room." Over the doorway hangs a huge Bilk Amer...

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

c LIFE A M ONQ THE FIJIANS IN THE CA NNIBAL ISLANDS. A NATIVE SETTLEMENT IN FIJI. Tho FIJI Islands havo an especial In-tc-n.'xt for tho American, both In tb'.-lr pant history, their prenont conditions and contiguity to the Philippines, and their future commercial value to tho United States. It was by tho merest chanco that the feroup did not BOmo fifty years ago becorno a. dependency or under tho political control of tho United States government. "When cannibalism was In voguu on th<-se Islands and both tho llfo nnd properly of a while man were "t the hysterical mr-rcy of those human huntprw of "K|bakoiii," or "long pig." as they termed a ■white foreigner, there wore very few dlxcreet live "long plgH" who cared to run .tho risk of gratifying tho highest desire und pleasure of tho Fijian by adorning the roasting ovens at ISuu nnd various other cooking centers. It was -it this momentous and thrilling period that considerable damage was don* to the property of the American c...

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

6 More Clothes is the Crying Need of the Pleasure* Loving Girl, DAINTY BLOUSE OF SILK AND LACE. White China silk, with insertions of Valenciennes, makes a cool and smart summer blouse. In this Metzger waist the lace is applied in novel form to stimulate a yoke and. a wheel in Teuerifio drawnwork marks the centre. This is fastened down the back with tiny pearl buttons, and the collar has little bands of featherbone to support the shape. CURIOUS WEDDING LORE FOR FAIR BRIDES OF JUNE There are weddings and brides and suggestions of brides and weddings evoryMen'are. marrying and maidens aro being given In marriage, and despite the constant asßertlon about tho law of change being ceaselesfily operative In this mundane sphero of ours, we see the same wedding customs kept up this June that have been In vogue for centuries and centuries. Indeed, many of the marriage customs of the present are rooted In the pagan past, and It seems not a little strange that although the untlro conception of t...

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

c Stories, Letters, Conundrums and Puzzles for Our Young Folks. The editor of tbo children's PftßO greets tlio now members of thn T. D. C. C. this /\ l nf nnnrnvnt jivfick with n wnrm nou 01 **i in Tho club Is growing? nnd expanding In morning thers Is a neat butch oC lattors containing contribution;", nnd asking for mpmher.ohlp buttons to be sent. They urn forwarded In each ln*tano/> with tho wai-most wishes for lutur" pleasant MsStlallnn nnd anu^tntaiveshlp. In n. little while. If tlio work of progression goes on, tho rlub will havo Us ropresenl»tlves nil over the St,-it<s of Vlr. felnln, and The Tlmcs-Dl'.p.iteh will have frioparlment of ever-lnrreaslntf Inipornnrn, which will rnfloct th« views of bright and responsive Virginia girls and boys. A Seal Hunt. ICflllor of Children"* Pago. Tlmes-Dls-patch: I wish to Join the T. P. C. C. Club, and *ond you the following story, entitled A Real Hunt: . There was.oner-e a family of Eskimo? up In the northern part of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

THE TIMES-DISPATCH, RICHMOND, ,,VAt. t JUNE 7, 1903. HIS BEST FRIEND. 'CitJMAt,' iibx, tit <*.*£*' umaL VifiM ftfiuii Hf»ttTßu«nM.

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 June 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 June 1903

f ; th/KS ?BBKS i% I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,262. SUMMARY !3F DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Juno B.— Forecast for Tuesday and Wodneadny: Vlrßinla~Fatr Tuesday; Wednesday partly cH>pdy, showers nnd cooler In tho Interior; light south winds, Bhlftlng to west and' northwest. North Carolina— Partly cloudy Tuesday; Wednesday showers and cooler; Ifftht, variable winds, shifting to northwest. Bui llttln niin fell yesterday. The atmofijjhpn»,«howwf».r, whs sticky nnd irncomfortable. Tho weather people look for cloudlcßH skins to-day. To-morrow there will likely be showors, and it will bo cooler. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. 5 A. M 75 VI M 81 n v. m s* 8 P. M '•» 9 I. M 70 32 midnight -_™ Average "5" 5 inchest temperature yesterday fA I/owost tr-mporature yesterday S4 M'-.-irt temperature, yesterday M Nnrmal temperature for June <o Departure from normal temperature. 01 Precipitation during past 2\ hours 12 MINIATURE ALMANAC. JiMe 0, 1W«. Sunrises ■(:"/) ] HIOH TIDE). Sun pe...

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

2 th* f«trenm for miles nnd for wpA» to come, pet'inp". *vllt bo found the victims of the prcnt catastrophe. THELSSTOFTHE DEAD Fifty-eight Bodies Have 3ecn Recovered and All but Two Identified. (Spec ta". to The Times-Dispatch.) BPAHTAKBtmO, P. C.t June S.— Th» Interruption of n!l means of trnflic and communication, caused by the hlprh Water In the Pacolet valley, ninde it. Impossible until to-nlßht to pecurc Anything Ilko an accurate death roll of the flood victims. The following is supposed to bo o complete lif=t. of tho arowned: JOSEPH HAUU HIS MOTHER, WIFE AND SIX CIUUDRHN. Btm EMORY. OLIVER JOHNSON. E. ROUBS, WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN. JIJUn.'S mCKKRPTAF.F. ' AUGUST CALVERT. \VFE AND T^> O CHILDREN. MRS. HINSON AND CHILD. MRS. WILLIAMS, ELF7VKN MEMBERS OF LOWING FAMILY. MRS. MASSET AND KOVR CHILDRI3N*. ORKNABLK STMS. ROBERT PINLBV AND WTFT,. MRS. OWHNS AND TWO CHILDREN. DOCK WILLIAMS. HIISOOR JOHNSON. MAGOIE KIRRY. GARLAND LONG AND WTFE.. JOHN SWUARINGH AND AVrFE. MISS L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 June 1903

THE GRAND GROVE HERE Important Meeting of tho Druids Last Might. THE OFFICERS ELECTED Reports of the Most Encouraging NalurcVsivii^: •*— Grovo to Assembfu ,am this Evening. Tha f.rst annual uosslon of tho Grand Grove of Virginia, United Ancient Order of Druids, since tho division of tho Jurisdiction of North Carolina and Virginia mot last night In the Masonic Temple with CO or 70 representatives of tha various groves of the Htatu present. A largo number of past arches wero attendances. Tho following grand olllcers wero present! Past Arch, William Grasnoisky; Noblo Arch, John B. Motzerj Deputy Noble Arch, T. M. Ilargravo; Secretary, W. F. Doyle, Jr.; Treasurer, Iwan Muller; Inside Guardian, D. B. Mann; Outside Guardian, George Wels, Marshall, J. 13. liablneaii; Supreme Representatives, Adam Dlacont, B. 11. Hudson and Louis Oossolbrecht; Arrangements for tho reception to the representatives to the Supreme Grovo of America, which moots In this city In Ausust, lUOI, wero outlined. The m...

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

4 flic Times-Dispatch rtiiiHshed Daily find Weekly nt Ko. 4 ' North Tenth .Street, Richmond, Vft. Entered January 27, 1903, at Richmond, Va., as SecondClass Matter, tinder Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is . fold nt f> ren I a a ropy. : DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail— fit) cents n month; $5.00 a year, $2.fiO for fix months; $l.ff6 for throe months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a yenr. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, fnMuriinp Sunday, in .Richmond and Manchester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, or TiO routs per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Currier, 5 rents jier week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, fl.oo year. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communion) ions Will not bo returned im)e<s<? accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. 519 East Eroad Street. TUESJTAY, JUNE i», 3003 From June Ist tho price of Tho TlmosDlapntch, delivered by carrier within the cor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 June 1903

AMERICAN '71/^i J&T I O IPO Messages from Covenant /Men Read to Federation. (n.v Ansm-lntrrl PrcM.) PrTTSrtURG, VA., June «.— ■Oroetlnss from crhlneht .Iw? of tho v.ojlil w.in received ami rend before tho Federation of Amc-rlf.-an Zionists to-flny. THIS tf>l<jpram from Vienna wan Fi»nt hy Dr. Unrr.l: "The slluntion of our Uu.«plan brfe'thrdh 1h very serious and calls for our most earnest attention, A urea! emigration movement from Russia Is to be expected. \VO ahnll brhiK to the Haste Conßxess a programme, which, we helleve, will help our r>eoplo. With Zloii'h Kfeotlnß." From Biarritz enme tht'S-o wwls of Dr. Max NordaU: "I trust you will continue to develop Into a power to tlio honor of American .Jewß and to the benefit of the Jewls)i peppid, whope position In the world Is more nppalllnfj than It liiir bfjon at any mdment In the ldnt century. The narna of KlßcHlnev, written with letters of blood and fire in the old and ever new mnrtyrolo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 June 1903

8 ELKS GIVE RECEPTION a House-Warming and Banquet to Their Friends. A NEGRO'S BRAVE RESCUE Saved the Life of a Paralytic at Ihe Risk of His Own— Judge Waddill's Court Likely to Be in Session for Two Months. (Sppclnl to The Tlmos-Dlspntoh.) NOKK-oI.K VA., Ji"i« B.—Tho Norroiic Lod K0 of Elks, No. 38. bad a house. wr t-nlng nsd banquet to-niKl.t. I "Ml hew home la the former Grpner mansion, I',, Collie Place. It cost 518.0 W. am was already a handsome puieo, nut tie lodge has expended $5,000 additional to Improve the home for occupancy, rue furniture Is durable and handsome and tho ornamentation and pictures olspiaj excellent judgment and exquisite tn.Hc. The lot Is not covered In tho roar of Ibo present building, but next V"^.^ tIM expect to have a large nrd nultnblo lodge-room built and ready for occupancy. The meeting Iwilght:waa.a,rceeptlon for the membors g"^^ r n -gJ."{J§ Wnddill (his morning. This Is t^ c ,. cn )^? SSKp on Iho docket, among ( th.rr , 11,1 1 , anaC.^ap.akoCrnnlC...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 June 1903

COMPLAINT Commerce Commission Hears Further Testimony, CONTRACTS READ IN COURT Former President of Delaware & Hudson Testified that Price of Coal Was Kept Down Oul of Defer- y .' enco to Needs of thu Public. NEW VOKK, June B,— The interstate Commerce Commission to-day continued in'- violating tho anti-pooling suction of tlm Sherman anll-lruHt law, Robert 11. Ollpluuit, former president ol tilt! Delaware and Hudson, one of the respondent roads, corroborated tho -HtateteKtilled that tho price of coal to the pnbinontii until a maximum Increase of fifty Cents a ton Is readied. Ho was m»t propared to nuy that the Increased cost of production would not exceed thirty centum Mr. OUphant suld he doubtod if ills company mnde any money when coal was Felling In New York at U or less. For the last ton years the prollts-of tha company have been übout seven iK>r cent. It was out of doference to the needs of the public, tho witness said, that the prlco of company coal was kep...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 June 1903

8 ITS SALE SEEMS SURE me Continental Tobacco Co. and Butler & Bosher. KEPORTED PRICE PAID Big Concern Said to Have Given 5175,000 for a Three-fourths Interest. All Tobacco Men Believe Deal is Made. I'erslstent rumors on Shockoe Slip yesterday are to the effect that the tobacco manufacturing plant of Butler and Bosher, In this city, has passed Into the control of the Continental Tobacco Company, or will very shortJy do so. The very peculiar deflnltness of this latest report In connection with the Butler factory gives It cast among tobacco men. For the past two years intervals of a few months have witnessed revivals of the statement that the concern had gone Into the hands of the trust, and as regularly as they got abroad the rumors •were denied. Only very reoently Mr. Butler lßSued a flat and positive denial of the truth of one of theao reports' and declared that he had not sold out and did not then contemplate taking such a step. Yesterday, however, the entire tobacco tr...

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

WEEK'S TRIP, AND IT'S FREE Unusual Opportunities Offered by Tee-Dee Contest. A\UCH INTEREST AROUSED Young Ladles Who Will Enter tho Pleasure-Giving Contests Busy Lnying Plans to Capture the Prizes. Ballots Are Pouring In. Tho Teo-Dco Summer Outlnir Tours pflcr tniido In tJuinluy'H Ihhui; has mot with liisttmt favor. A wick ut tho BfiiHlioro or in the mountains for a party or three, two young ladles n ml a chaperon, Is n proportion Unit Hf-c/iiH to have struck ii popular chord, OHfioClallv no. iih tlm Too-Deo will pay all tin; bills, railroad farts to and from the resorts anil a week's bill at one of tlio eloKunt hotels on tho Tce-Deo list. A larKO number of ballots were deposited vesturduy ami v n°od many combinations arc biiliiK formed. There will no doubt be some Hharp electioneering done by the fair :iex. Theris will bo fourteen partial, each conHlstlnt; of two youiiK ladles and a. Chaneron, The luOlch aro to bo voted fpr in pairs on tho Humu coupon nnd eueh pair will have the pr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 June 1903

10 STOCKS SOLD IN FLOODS Efforts to Force Prices Up Were Futile. SOME CALLING OF LOANS This Forced Selling of Stocks and the Bears Profiled— Prices Rallied a Little at Close on Covering of Shorts, (Ily Asfoclnted Prow.) \KW YORK, June S.— IS f forts were mndo to force up prices to-day, under a flood of liquidation. DurliiK tho last hour this liquidation luid apparently spont Its forco and in order to cover their sliort contracts the room traders were obliged to bid up prices from 1 to 3 1-2 for the active stocks, curtailing by that much the extreme los*os for tho day. The principal .selllni? was nmoiiffat the corncanicrs and tho cotton-carriers und the noalcrs were also subjected to heavy spllitlK pressure. These movements wore apnnxontlv basos in purt upon tlio belated lJlantliiK of tho corn croi>, tho poor condition of tlio cotton cron atul tho f.ears thut labor trouble? will RBnln break out Jn tho anthracite mtnlne ipbloii. An uneonflrmod rumor that thu now Rock Island...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 June 1903

HELP WANTED— FEMALE. V.'ANTED. Femal 9 Stenographer, ablo to in- ' crenso her Income by "»1»K " maohl no 20 fo 40 pnr cent, spcndlnr than the »«t..A B4 ,ifJ BLB WHITKri, nirliinonn. S?«0 TITAISIIMBB nrtoj^. Fifth and Uroad. WANTED a Rood COOK; (food wages and Rood homo " the rlßht I-nrtr. Apply Jmrnedliitely it il7 North Bl*th Street, bctwt-er. Marshall and Clny Streets, TTeLP~WA NT E D— M A LE. M tt o «»»W hnndtvrlti'ric It. H. H.. cure this offftt. WANTED, « party iHth knowlodgo of imoklnK mentß; must li« colifr nnd Industrious, Apply fJUDAHV PAfKINfJ CO, ' >. AGENTS WANTED AOENTS WANTED in thli territory to noil thn Underwriters' I'lri- E«tlngulfh»r; "Examined under th* ttnndnrd of thf> Natlonul Hoard of tlndnnvrltors by tho Natlnnnl Flro I'rotcctlTO Assoolntlon and approved for iifte;" pur «ueroM menns mirc«HH fnr our scents; quick fbloh. ifltKe prn(lt« nnd a pcrmnnent liuflnen enn bY Puctlrod . KNIOHT A THOMAS, 81 Central Strept. llmlnn. Mnn». BUSINESS OPP...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 June 1903

12 Miller & Rhoads. Shirt- Waist Suits, $1.98 Each, Worth From $2.98 to $5.98. We pin™ on sale this morning 145 Shirt- Waist Suits, purchased by us last week. These garments sold a few weeks ago from $2.98 to $5.98. Our price to-day for any one of them is $1.98. They consist of White nndßlnck Ground Lawns, with neat figures, some of them polka-dots ; Colored Striped Lawn, Linen-Colored Lawn, Wifch Bedford Cords ; Oxford weaves in linen coloi; cadet and light blue. They are tailored in the best manner and finishednvith large pearl buttons. Opportunities like these are sometimes to be had about September first, but we've never known any before thus early in June. Social and £Pe?*sonal The -n-ertdlne of Miss Virginia CMles Wlnlroe. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ueorge Winfree. to Mr. Edward La£renco Gibbon, of Baltimore, was cel£ m rtnJsles fern*! and srallax. Ttui manieis Kban>ed™4lth tho flowers ngiln* t a S^§ra^r^^>nrato^ WeleS. struck tood" between ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 June 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 June 1903

THE DISPATCH! FOUNDED 1850. | SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Juno 10.-Forecast for Thursday and Friday: Virginia— Fair in north, clearing In South portion Thursday; Friday fair, light winds, mostly northwest to north. North Carolina— Fair In west, Bhowers In past portion Thursday; Friday fair, variable winds, becoming northwest and fresh. t lor a day of hnsit tho clouds burst night and a rainfall of nearly halt ich made tho streets like rivers. Tho mratiiro foil flftcpn (kgrees In a time. Fair weather and light winds onkeil for to-day and to-morrow. ATE OF TOE. THERMOMETER. 32 m. ..i.!!".'''.'.''.'.;'//.''/.'.'.''/.'.*.'.'.;!!!!'!!!! su a p, M s>; ti P. M S3 9 P. M 4 6S 13 midnight 70 Average ■ 77 Highest tempfcTaluro yesterday M Lowest temperature yesterday 70 Mfnn temperature yesterday 7S Normal temperature for June... 73 Departure from normal temperature. CO Precipitation during past 1H hours... M MINIATURE ALMANAC. Juno U, 1503. Fun rises 4:50 | HIGH T...

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