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

* euth*ntle deaths, but from tho mopt rtllnhla soured* It Is believed elevon perf=nnp werp drowned last flight, four of v.horn periled on tho North Sldo early !n the evening. THE DEAD. JOHN COOUBH AND THREE CHILfIRKN drowned on North Side. UNKNOWN BABY. K. 8. WOOD, T5 TiAWREXCIC. TWO UNKNOWN WOMEN. ONF. UNKNOWN MAX. ONE UNKNOWN COLORED LAPOR'It •trfl.i currently reported to-dny that prvon iipkiop.o. CaUght In tlin act of lnotluc house? ln.-M night, were shot to dMtn. While this is not confirmed, it I* knftwn that there was heavy firing on the NeHH Side parly ln.<=t nlcht. where thMte n^roes we Mild to h*Ve heen h"lod. „„„_,. Thr deaths of John roollf.hu Polish carpenter, and his thre* ehlMrrn-tw" bow. npod five find f-even. respectively, ■tad a girl of iwiw-wM BW»M W trvlnp to ravn three ke P * of hoei. Th* ftndlos n-orc recovered to-rlay. WORK OF RESCUE. A- rast it? pcowb could bo secured they wore launched find voluntoors started on iv^ue missions. A Company of im-ai nt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 June 1903

GOVERNOR WELCOMES Heptasophs Pass In Review Before the Executive. ELECT OFFICERS TO-DAY Big Parade Watched by Thousands on Broad Street— Entertainment at the Casino a Success Despite the Heavy Rain— Other Gossip. Rain cut nomo figure In the close of the second day's proceedings of the conclave of Heptaßophs, hut not much. The programme was carried out to the letter, and while the attendance at the unlortftlnment at the Casino was not what It might have been, it was very large, nnd the show put on by I J olk Mlllnr nnd his combination was hugely enjoyed. It was along the line as already known here, ami was Homcllnng now 'to tho Visitors, who applauded Mr. Miller in his funny monologue, nnd his splnndld darkey quartette, embracing the little man with tho big vole© and tho big man with the little voice. The Heps were materially aided in their efforts In this particular by Messrs. Jake Wells nnd Charlie MoK.ce, of the Bijou and the Casino. Mr. McKee personally bu • perlntended the work ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 June 1903

* The Times-Dispatch Publisfifd Daily and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1903, at Richmond, Vn., as SecondClass Mntler, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH 3s •old nt 2 eenfs a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is •old nt 5 rents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail— 60 cents a month ; $Ti.OO n year, $2.00 for rix month*?; $1.50 for Miree months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall $2.00 a year. The DATLY TIMES-DISPATCH, Including Sunday, in Richmond and Manchester, liy Carrier, 12 cents per week, or 50 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMKS-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, f 1.00 year. AH Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will nst be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Oflicc at T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Broad Street. THTDRSI>AT, JTXNB 11, IWB. From Juno Ist tho prlco of Tho TlmeaDlspatch, delivered by carrier within the corporate limits o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 June 1903

MANY BANKERS TO LEAVE THE CITY They Go to Lynchburg Next Wedk to Attend Meeting tho Virginia Bankers' Association meets •Tho body will convene Juno 18th and adjourn Friday, tlin 19th, with a trip to Natural Bridge. Richmond people will bfl especially Interested is this meetlngi Fineo two of Its principal officers are well Jttiown Richmond men. These lire l'rfisident Mr. O. J. KiimiH, nfcsldent of tho American National Hank, and Mr. H. A. Williams, who In tho cashier of the Metropolitan Hank, Is tho tre&BUfer. Tlio Fecrotary Is Mr. N, P. Galling, of I^ynchburg. Tim following gentlemen, hßlllng fioin various sections of tho State, arc vlco-presldents: First District— J. B. Fishbone, Roanoke; Second District— ll. E. Jones, Bristol; Third Dlntrlct-J. D. HOMeloyi Lynchburg", Fourth District— J. It. Jnpllng, Danvlllo; Fifth District— X. D. Newman, WoortHtock; Sixth lilHlrlr.-t— AV. M. Habitston, Richmond; Seventh District— W. H. Taylor, Norfolk; lSlghth District— H. U Schmele,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 June 1903

0 UPPERVILLE COLT SHOW Unprecedented Entries of Animals at this Annual Exhibit SOCIETY OUT IN FORCE Politicians Also on Hand and Were Doing Good Work Handing Out Cigars. Picnic Parties a Pretty Feature of the Day. (Special to The Tlmei-Dippatch.) RECTORTOVV.N. VA., June 10.— Th« annual exhibition of the Uppervllle Horse and Colt Club, the oldest horse ahow association In America, opened here to-day. It Is said by old and regular attendants that the entries have never been so fine as this year. This applies to nearly all the classes. Horses are here from practically all the stables of note In Virginia, and on the grounds to-day wore many horsemen of more than State reputation. It Is doubtful If there will be seen ony■where In Virginia this season a finer colleotlon of equine beauties outside of Richmond, and It ts safe to say one will not find there more well known lovom of the exhibition ring. The tremendous rain of laat night prevented a largo attendance to-day. The rain was etlll ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 June 1903

CAROLINA LIQUOR MEW State Association in Annual Session at Raleigh. PAY FOR BEING EGGED H. L. Seawell Secures Four Thousand Five Hundred Dollars for Indignities at Shelby, N. C— The Case Was Hard»Fought. (Special to The Ttmes-Dlspatch.) RALEIGH, N. C, Juno 10.— The North ' Carolina Liquor Donors' Association, in I ffesslon to-day, heard tho annual address | Of retiring President E. A. Lackey, of | Hamlet, received the reports of other ' Officers and elected the following for the J next year: President. K. G. WeHt, GroensI boro; First Vice-Presldont, H. Gu»chen, Wilmington; Second Vice-President, ! Charles Avcy, Salisbury; Secretary, John !U. Smith, Raleigh; Treasurer, E. A. Lackey, Hamlet. The association authorized tho president ' to appoint Executive and Central Committee of five each. The selection of tho jjoxt place of meetln« was left to tho Executive Committee. DAMAGES FOR BEING EGGED. Tho Stato Supreme Court to-day rendered an opinion aflirmlnß tho lower j court In tho cn»e o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 June 1903

B HE UP WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, a rood COOK; »ood wat/H «nd Rood h.imr to tho rljrht party. Apply Imraetilnlcly it 417 North Elßth Street, tietwefn Mnnhall trid n«T Strr-et*. ■ - ■ . WOMAN wanted to cook and clean for » family of fwo; lIP Kvi«t Broait Street. .WANTED, • (tood COOK, without encumbrance; well recommended. Apply at 718 Weot (Irate Btreft. WANTED, NITKSEi (rood wa(tef uid wod hrime to rUlit p.rty. AddreM MM. O. E. PL-RMS. Brun.wlrk tnn. Wa.vnesN.ro. Va. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. TO OIVE LESSONS in Piano M " o h lo (1 "'| n *^ P "! POSITION WANTED hy a younK l»d> »| bo**ki.,.|,.i or >iH«l«t«nt. Addrtw" Mlm W. M., 41S i:n«l nn.nd Blreot. HELP WANTED— MALE. WANTED two Rood flr«t-cla.ii TINNERB; will *i" con.i 'v;,Kof. AiUre-R C. W. MAYS. Blue WANTKD, TOR V, a ARMY: Ablerinili(,l mirmrrlpd nif>n, between ages of mil' 35 rltlzptifi of United StHtes, of cnoil rhnrni-tfr nnd temperate hnlMln. who cm pp"fii(. rond nnd writo ICnpllph. For inrort...

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

BIG SLUMP IN PRICES Fluctuations Were Wide and Close Near the Lowest. VAST VOLUME OF DEALING Opening Was Excited and Demoralized Under an Avalanche of Soiling Orders—Midday Recovery Followed by Another Relapse. (By Associated Pr«M.) NJSW YORK, June 10.— Enormoun liquidation, heavy covering of speculative short linos and UlO foverJflh eagnrnoss ot the professional room traders to follow tho uncertain Influoncn of tho market canned wldo fluctuations in tho markot to-rlay. The tone at the close was unK<>.tl|pd and hwiltaUnir, but with prices generally within a fraction of tho lowem, which Is tho lowest for thn current movement. Homo of thcao prices nn the morning'!! slump wero: Baltlmoro and Ohio, 7!) 1-2; Chesapeake and Ohio, Ho 1-4; Norfolk and Western, C 8; Pennsylvania, 123 1-4; Now York Central, liMl-8; Atchlson, <88-4; Bt. Paul. 447 1-2 Union riiclflc, 77; Southern Pacific, «; Krie. US 1-2; Heading, 413-S; Ontario and Wfstorn, l/l 3-4; Illinois Ce...

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

10 Miller 6 Rhoads. Four Interesting Topics This Morning. The Great Sale of Parasols The fact that there's hardly two Ftyles alike among the hundreds of sample Pnrnsols Is one reason why the prices nre cut In half. Not enough of any one kind to enable the makers to offer nny of <hem in sepernte lots — hence we secured the entire lot at prices averaging one-hnlf of their values. Ladies' Parasols from 75c. to $3.9S that are valued from $1.50 to $7.50, and Children's and Misses' Parasols from 12j4c. to $1.00 valued from 2oc. to $2.00. Window Shades For 19c. Worth 25c. Good Cloth Opaque Shades that you usually find marked £sc. They're very pretty — White, Oreen nnd Old Koso — and really superior Curtains nt this price. There's not a flaw In them and for n low priced shnde we know they'll satisfy you perfectly— 3xG feet. I Soctcii and I | The wedding of Miss May Goods Morriton to Mr. Frank Deano Mennlcy was celebrated at 6 P. M. yesterday In the liome of the bride. No. 13 East...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

THREE SECTIONS. ™ce t S,lp™S: PSBSi® S: | WHOLE NUMBER, 16,267. PEN PICTURES OF SOME RECENT STIRRING EVENTS IN THIS WORLD OF OURS. BANKS WILL LEND BIG SUMS — ; v The Supreme Court Decides Very Important Case. DECISIONS OF INTEREST Opinions In Those of Parsons Vs. Maury & Maury, and Others of Moment to Richmond — Tne Danville Liquor Matter. Th» Times-Dispatch has received a ropy of the opinion of the Court of Appeals, delivered last Thursday at WythevlUe hy Judgo I?, H. Cardwoll, in the case of Mllliluer Manufacturing Compony vf. Gallcpo Mills Company, and It provpa to be ns .«urmlsed In this papfrr Friday. The decision is of Incalculable importance lit the commerce of Richmond and of. thA whole State. It enables tho banks to return to their e.UHlom of lending money <-iii warehouso receipts, whether licenced or unlicensed warehouses, with perfect (safety, and this enables weak concerns to do a far greater business than they rould <lo \f compelled to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

2 This Is an age of enonomy nnd dlsrntch. Economy of time, energy and force; dispatch in tho execution of business nnd sono one Invention hns contributed so much phono. Fifty years ngn our forefathers may have dreamed or wished that they could speak to Uielr business partner in a distant clty-to-dny we rralUc such a dream In all It? fullness. Over the telephone, local nnd long «ilPlniice, is transacted every conceivable kind of business, fnd as a .social medium It dally lncreaseb in popularity. As wo dnlly use our telephone how little thought Is given to the girl who so courteously serves us at the central office. It is about this iniHvldu.il, who plays nn invisible, but nevertheless Important, part In tho business nnd social life of every town or city, that I would say a few words. < The telephone girl 13 a species of tho genius woman about which there is a diversity of opinion, agreeing In just one particular, viz., that she has an extremely easy time. By some she Is be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

HORSES AND HORSEMEN Norfolk Horse Show Association Organized. WILL FOLLOW RICHAIOND Mr. Bellamy's Pacers— Frances S. and Foaf— Margie Z., 2:24 1-4—New-port News Meeting— -Other items of Interest. j«iot lo bo outdone by other prominent cities and towns in the State, Norfolk has wheeled Into line mid perfected an organization to be known as the Norfolk HorSO Show Association, whose first annual exhibition will be held October Kith to 23d. The Norfolk exhibition Is to follow rlKht after the big Klchmond Horse Enow, and promises to be well patronized, both In point of attendance and the class oi horses phown. The association has Imf-ed the tminimoih titeel exhibition bulldliiK on tho Fair Grounds, near the city. This linildlntf ilh admrrably rttted for horse hliow purposes, and In addition there 1h stnblltiß capacity for several hundred Ikh-moh on the grounds. The following clipping from an cxchitnge will bo found Interesting: ' Peter I'aul, Robert Uradley's brown colt, hy Aloha, out of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch Published D.IH7 and Weekly nt 170. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 2", 1003, at Richmond, Vn., as SecondClass Mailer, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1 870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is ■old nt 2 ronts a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is sold nf 5 crnls n copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail— f>o cenN n month j $5.00 ft year, $2.50 for six months; 91.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnil $2.00 a yenr. The DATLY TIMES-DISPATCH, inelurlim: Sunrlny. in Richmond mid MnnChester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, or 50 ronfs per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 ocnfs per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 61.00 roar. All listened Communications will be ! ejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless ncenmpnvrtert by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, Xo. 519 East, Broad Street. SUNDAY, June H, 1903, From Juno Ipt tho prieo of The TlmosDlspatch. delivered by carrier within the corporate limits o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

TRUANT CURRENTS Pass, and Power Co.'s Method of Choking Electrolysis. UNDER THE OLD TRACKS mproved Facilities Have Already Curtailed the Dangei — The Proposed Remedy— Objection to Double Overhead Trolley System. "hat Richmond is at an early date to oe relioved of tho danger due to electrolysis is certain. Uoth tho City Council and the Passen (fer and Power Company are hard at work In their efforts to solve the problem, any by their concerted action, that is now apparent, it Is quite probable that tho mosL offcctlvo wuy of ridding the city of tho evil will bo tried. The Water Committee has before It a | resolution directing tho Passunger and : Power Company to adopt for general j uso tho double overhead trolley system. The Passenger and Power Company proBents anothor method, less costly, and according to Its electrical , expert, Mr. Waterman, equally as effective. At tho mcetjng of the Water Committee, on Thursday night, the two plans were discussed, and whllo it was not brought to a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

t A (rrcat deal Ib raid to-day about the college-bred woman. As. until recently, the Stnle of Virginia at large has not l?cen trained to entlmate the real meanins and exceeding- vnhie of BUCh n term in the' application to womanly training nnd upbrlnßinß. the Old Dominion methods of feminine education have fallen into disrepute In the pptlmntton of an advanced class of f.-mnlc thinkers, without nnd within her bnrrlers, who are Interested In what Olive Sc.hrelner calls tho Krc.it wbmsn movement. The earlier womanly education In Virginia did not. It Is trup. Include "collcro lireedlng," and that such lm-rdlng has n place and a value of Its own, nil FfnFiblo peoplo poem rrncly to ndmlt. But It I? nlpo ror.-illcd tliat In tho roinote days of Rovomesses and private schools many Vlrpinln women. nlnnß with nnHont nnd niodern IftnffUagea nnd KnKllsh lltprnture, lenrned how tn be hnmekeepprs, how to order nnd govern wisely In that domestic realm, which of nil others is the mO!lt Important. It...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

A COMING MARRIAGE Miss Florence Grace Hensley to Wed a Baron. GROOM AT SANDYBROOKE \ A Juvenile Birthday Party and Luncheon—Closing Exercises of the Model School— Visitors to the (Srioclftl to Tho Times-Dispatch.)-WILLIAMSI3URG, VA., June 13.-The Rev. Canon Lewis . Henaloy, M. A., haa IPBued Invitations to the marrlago of his niece, Miss Florence Ornce Hcnsley, to Unron Paul do VnJplncon dcs Acroa do Luun.-iy, of Montreal, Can. Tho ceremony will tako placo Saturday, Juno 20tli. at 2:30 P. M., In Bruton Episcopal Church. Tho Baron in now horo undnn tho guest of Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Bishop, at "Bandybrooke." MUs Hensley is a slater ot Mrs. Bishop. Mrs. K. L. Maupln has Bent out Invitations to tho marrlago of her daughter, Minn Virginia Elizabeth, to Mr. Harry C. Burrows. Tho ceremony will take placo at the MethodlHt Church next Wednesday afternoon. BIRTHDAY PATVTY. Miss Virginia Peachy entertained a number of her little friends Thursday afternoon, the occasion being her thirteenth Mrs. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

' 8 WEDDINGS OF INTEREST Three'citlzens of Fredericksburg to Become Benedicts. WILL ALL RESIDE THERE College Finals the Chief Social Event of the Past Week— Fair School Girls Returning Home After Months of Study. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) FREDERICKSBURG, VA., June 13.— The social event here this week was the Frederlcksburg College finals, which extended through, several days, and the different entertainments were largely attended and highly enjoyed. Choice musical selections, both vocal and Instrumental, wore interspersed through tho programme and added to the pleasure of the occasions. Three citizen* of Frederlcksburg are to bo married within the next week. They are Dr. W. J. Chewning, Messrs. E. M. Young. Jr., and A. P. Rowe. Dr. Chownlng will be wedded to Mlsa Anne Page MeeUe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meetze, at the home of the bride's parents, in Washington, on Wednesday, June 17th, at 10 o'clock. Mr. Young and Miss Elisabeth Reed Doawell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

AGNES SCOTT. "(jood wine need* no bush." and the Hllvcr King needs no encomlnums on the cvo of Its rcvlvnl by the Olffcn Company. It Is qulto unnecessary to recount the story of Hip play, for whf-rf> cotild any one be foimrl who docs not know it already. For runny years the piny haa been one of the rrVHit widely known arid most urM Ivoreally popular that the stn^o has ever eecn, and. like the book, It promises' to go on rorover. It la twenty years or more since tho play was first produced, and it han held Its own In public appreciation ever since, notwithstanding 1 the thousands of plays that have been offered as successors to Its public favor. There are but thr^o plays in the English language as well known as Die Silver King, viz., the Two Orphans, Camilla and East Lynn. These threo have been produced by the Glffun Company In former seasons with great success, and. the coming week is to witness the completion of tha quartette. Manager Giffen has been requested times with...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

Schnurman Wants you to see his summer suitings in Scotch and Canadian Homespuns, Cheviots, Worsteds, Tweeds and Blue Serges. They're tho prettiest patterns in Richmond, and Schmirman's Tailoring is ahvays correct and up-to-date. Can I expect a visit from you ? SCHNURMAN, Tailor, Haberdasher, Hatter. 9<>7 Main. 7/eivs and Q/iews Selected &ro?n jCeacting tfmer/can A Slander Refuted. It can no longer be said In Just criticism that tho United States govcrnmen develops the military Elde. of ft man at the .xpen.. of the artistic foreign art critics, and thoso at home havo 00n- ,, nn „d aB«lna B «ln rmd again that the government, In Its architecture. In all Its buildings and houses of tho army am. navy departments, had but one Idevi or arohlt*cture~"four walls in a sau.tre nnd a roof." In rnfutntlon. the government Is now simultaneously ejP«"«'« 1M1.000.0n0 at Annapolis and $5 ,000,000 a t -West Point in tho development of^a plou of now buildings and, grou...

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