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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

THE DEMANDWAS SMALLER There Was Some Selling fo"* Profits. ISSUES ON HIGHER LEVEL Active Stocks Havo Gained Two t° Seven Points — Bank Statement Was Favorabls and the Close Was Steady — Bonds Sympathetic (By Associated Press.) NEW TOnK, Juno 13.— Somn hesitation was manifest In to-day's stock market after the violent recovery In prices af yesterday nnd tho day before from tho extreme depression of Wednesday. Mnn.v of tho prlnclpnl nctlve «tocl<B havo roßalned from 3 to 7 points (lurlne thn two days. The effect has been to lessen thn Invostmnnt doniand from bargainhunters and to develop iomc selllnii presnure from the speculative contingent which was fortunate enough to eecure • locks at till cow level. This element showed pome anxiety to tnkn profits toflav, and took advantage of the ntronff bAiik Rtiitement to toll stocks. The los«en«>d demand wus demonstrnted by the Inability of the market to absorb tho.^o nffcrlnKß so that prices rnn off charily and closed K...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

52 — — , *- - ' ' — - ' ~ : • ; ___ tn ■ §R5 .-»«!!„ <D*»G** on the Second Price Wreck hm f^. MADE GARMENTS.^! even partly unpaid for. It's selling of every description, ; ish. but had lo be sold by til their season. A Half of Store Full of Muslin Underwear, The greatest buying lime ever in Kichmond. Ladies' Drawers, torchon 1 rimmed ones, never pold for le?s than 40c.. for 2.V. 300 do/.en Ladies Perfectly Mndc, Well Sewed, Best Drawor? ever sold for 25c., plain or tucked. l. r >t\ Torchon Lncfi or Wide Hemf(itched Drawers for Ide 200 dozen of Liire Trimmed nnd nlher styles "f COc. Drawers for Lure, Embroidery Trimmed nnd Cluster Hemstitched Drawers, that cost io 70c, choice 30c. 36 Dozen Shirts of cambric, wide hem, cluster hemstitched tucks, with dual, ruffle, these Skirts will bo Bold for 50c, Monday. ,iS dozen of combination fucks mid Ince Irimmed or tucked and embroidery variety of Skiris nt .?!. best ever shown, for 70c. .$1.25 to 61.75 Skirts, in an endl...

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

THREE SECTIONS. TITB TIMTSS. FOTJNUKD I&0. I WHO! IT MfTU HI7D I^O^7 THE WIBPATCH. FOUNDED IBSO. | W flULli IN U IYI1 Y 1 iiiLti, iD.ZO/. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. '"WASHINGTON, Juno. l3.~Forccast for Sunday nnri JTonclny: Virginia— Fair, wnrmor Sunday nnd Monday; lltfht west winds, becoming vriHablo. , North Carolina-- Fair, warmer Sunday; partly cloudy, probably showers Jn wost portions; variable winds. Chilly, but pleasant wnathcr prevnlled nil day yesterday. There was a shower of tho srnnllPßt calibre, which Scarcely wot tlj' ground, The prophets think It will bo l.ilr .iinl warmer both to-day «nd to-mor-row. STATE OF THK THERMOMETER. 9 P. M &8 12 M IJ7 3 P. M f3 t; p. m 60 c v, m ►! 12 midnight 01 A vera go 64 Highest tompfinH'ire yesterday (!) lowest tfjinperaturo yesterday i& Mean temperature yesterday i/) Normal temperature- for June 76 Departure from normal temperature. 1"> Precipitation during jmst 2-1 hours T MINIATU...

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

2 Ihe members of th« bnanl, nnd It Is snld Iherr was not one pnrtlele of partisan •dvooicy of any man for the position of nrenldent. The whole effort, seems tn D*i to df> the- best, possible thing for tho t*n ver*lfv, nnd every member of bonrd tMnw to" realize his grave responsibility. GREAT INTEREST HERE Richmond People Manifest Deepest Concern Over Election at University. An opportunity pr«>scn»r<l Itpelf ye«UHny afternoon to dlscloi»« how deeply Interested In the University of Virginia »r<> thn people of Richmond and how clone to th#lr hftarts Is Wit- welfare of this Institution, representative of the Slate's great past. It* ■prMe In the present, and Its hope In the future. Th« Richmond nlumnl. ns can hi* said of few large cities where tho former students of the University nre present In nny grent number, hn<l no randidnt*. They pxpresPly Bnld so In resolutions lOoptPd nbout n. werk nco. and ?o their Intrrest wis I...

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

TABLET IN BLANDFORD Historic Incident in Conncc tlon With Church. EMBEDDED IN MARBLE KlshlnefF Meeting to Take Place this Afternoon— Keeper o< a Gambling House Fined— A Girl Arrested and Returned to Richmond. (Bppcinl tf< The Timwi-Dlnpiitch. I PISTKRBBURQ, VA., Juno 13.— A RevDltitlonnry table! ft! to bo placed In Blandford Church by the Frances Bland Randolph Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Tho contract has been awarded to Mr. Charlon M. Walsh, of this city. Mnjor F. R. L.issltor, at tho rftquest "f tho chapter, wroto tho following Inscriptions: In memory of the Patriots who planned, upheld nnd achieved tlic Independence of tho United Slates, 1771-178 L On the 251 h of April, 1781. In defense of this city, upon the fields overlooked bjr thin church, a small band of Virginia militiamen, commanded by Baron Steubcn, bravely, but Ineffectlvply confronted an overwhelming force of Hritlah regular troopH. commanded by General Wm. Phllilpa. Tlin opposi...

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

■f ' ' TEMPERANCE . CAMPAIGN Programme for the State Convention in July. GOV. AYCOCK ACCEPTS Will Spoak at the Celebr.Hion of the Completion of the Raleigh and Cape Fear Railroad— Many Divorces Granted % Wake County. (Special to Thfl TtmM'Dlspntchi) nAKKIGH. X. C June 13.— Mnnuger 3. W. Balloy, of tho Xoilh Carolina Antlpiilo,.ii League, Issued to-day an otli<:I:il outline programme for tho Slate temperniuq convention to bo hold hfcre July 7th. Tlie foUbwtng urn among the questions tb bo dlscussel: Law nnforcntfient. tho Bntl-ealoon loogUOB, what Biiall bo done ■with the drunkards? shnll we have a ITlcld man? The Asheboro Canning Company, or !Asiieboro, nandolph county, was mithbrlored to-day with J2J.000 cnpltnS .nuthtirjzed. Elijah MoffUt Is desißnated as principal ngont. GOVRRXOU TO SPEAK. Oovoronr Aycock to-dny ncceptcd an Invlfatlon to speak at Lllllngton, Harriett county. August 23d, wlion the. completion of tho Raleigh nnd Cnpo Feur Rnllroad from Knlolgh to the Cap...

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

"COTE DAY" NO MORE The Sovereigns Begin to Realize What They Will Miss. WILL CONTINUE TO COME The Effect on Rural Politics Will Be Great — The Gravel Along the Shore at Colonal Beach in Demand Because of Its Fine Quality. (Speclal to The Tlmos-Ulspatch.) COMuIIN, VA., June 13.— The abolition Of the County Courts Is regarded more seriously and Is being discussed more generally now than at any tlmo since tho subject was consldored and acted upon hy tho Constitutional Convention. It looks us If tho country folks are Just beginning to realize that the time-honored -and pop\ilar Institution "must go sure e)iough." It Is hurd to find a rural citizen anywhere In thin section of the State wh > has not attended County Court twelve times a year nearly all his life, nnd It Is equally as hard to find one who does not consider this regular attendance upon the monthly court the most pleasant privilege of free citizenship. Only a small percentage of the people ever have busineM) In cour...

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

» r *j£^ rV*^* I S£sy. An Episode in Career Lite tOr Lite o fan Ocean Outlaw. By COL, RUSH FORD THIBEAU. AUTHOR OF "NABOBS AND KNAVES," "SEALED LIPS." ' BLUE BLOOD AND RED," ETC.ETC. Copvrlght by Author. CHAPTER. I. Tirß DESERTERS. "Wh&t do you mako of her. Banr "I dunno, lad; I'm Wowed If I <So. "But what do you think? " , "Wftl, a« a matter o' mere think In , lftd I'm a bit suspicious, " admitted Ben Lopan, drawing his brnwny. bare lore- . arm across his grizzled beard and mouth. ■'So am I. Ben, for a fact. "But that's nut her here nor there, inn. In these 'ere waters nnd these 'ere limes there's co d-wi many raswilly crafts about that «aplck>n. alone don't hurt much. The government Jr too busy lookln arter her rebels a«hore jert now. lad. toqUe much time to strnnger craits afloat. "That's true, Ben. Still, to my eye, tho vessel haa a rakish look." "Aye, lad. she has." assented the seaman. "Bho's ns cl&nn cut na n. whlstla, and her spa...

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

Whfcd Wa/ Done Last Week American Affairs, POSTAL BCANDALS EXTENDING. As soon ns President Roosevelt returned to Washington the postal scandals were discussed at a special meeting of the Cabinet, and tho President ordered the Investigation to have the widest scope, sparing no one. Since then rumor has been busy with the narno of H. H. Rand, confidential secretary of Postmas-ter-Oenoral I'ayne. because of his Intimate connection with A. W. Maehen in certain mining enterprises. Indlctmonta havo been found against the Oroff Bros. In connection with the Maehen bribery enpe. 'Two more clerks In tho free delivery division, T. W. McGregor and U E. Upton, have been arrested, or, the chargo of accepting bribes of a Baltimore leatKbr concern, 'ihls makes seven men definitely accused so far. „„„_.„,„« PRESIDENT AT MANNA WEDDING. I'reaWlent Roosevelt and hln daughter, Alice, wero among tho large number on prominent guests at Uio Cleveland wedding of Mlhs Ruth "nnna daughter of Senator Hnnna, an...

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

8 MORE MEN IN COUNCIL Manchester Politicians Are Eagerly Looking Around. STREETCAR MEN REPLY Take Notice of the Action of the BoardDeath of an Infant— Big Excursion to Beach Park— Elks' Meeting. Chicken Thief— Personal. Manchester Bureau Tlmos-Dlspntch, 1 No. 1102 Hull Street. J Members of too Council and politicians Kenerally are figuring on tho possibilities of new men In the Council ncldental to the constitutional Increase of membership in the lower branch of that body. By tho next meeting of the Council City Attorney Clopton will have examined the law on tho subject and will be ready to give his opinion In reference to the matter. ■'„., , It la quite likely thnt onfi additional Councilman will be chosen from each ward, making the total membership sixteen, four from each wnrd. CAR MEN REPLY. There was some result from the resolution of the Board of Aldermen which was passed on Friday night In reference to the street railway situation. In reply to that resolution, which was sen^ t...

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

SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. »EE THIRD PAGE— Right Bottom Corner— .TRti-PEB OUTIKG TOUU OFFBBt •WANTED, COOK »nd a house SERVANT; must have n-fercnto. Apply 017 Floyd Avenue. WANTED, good NURSE, willing M t*ke trip to (be m'nfitnlns. Apply promptly IIS East Frnnkiln Streot. 80 PER HUNDRED for addressing enrelopes. Send dime nnd ntnmp '",'f I n 't ff H etlo Sf' Heady work. C. K> MII/LEK h CO., Kly Bldg., Chicago. / WANTED, SITUATION— Young lady teacher desires ponlllon ns governesn or contfanlnn; mlcTtinrt-s. A'Mress M. 1?., 110 Tall/ott Avo., Greensburg, Pa. TOUNO LADIES everywhere, copy letters, home evening* $0.60 week. Rend nd'lrem. |1 euvolope- f«.r particularK. MANAUEIt, Dept. S, 100, Box HIJ, Phllndelphla, I'a. I.ADIEB everywhere, copy letters, home eventngs, return to iis; now plnn. Rend ftiidrm-.r-il ftir«lnpp, full r>(irtlrul(ir(>. OI'ARANTEK CO., Dept. S, 10f». Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED, tettled whlto WOMAN to assist in gpnfTiil housework, fou...

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

AUCTION SALES— MONDAY. l«y N. W. BOWE, Rcnl aitntcr'Auctloneer. Fsirmount Building Lots THE MOST ATTRACTIVE IN THAT BEAUTIFUL AND WELL-SHADED SUBURB BY AUCTION. p^SClf MJM! JBM&SS !^s&!&!s^*. on tho FIFTY MOST DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS, In JtP bontitmil nnd weil-shfldod subdivision, nnd levatod on Twontlnth. Twontjfltitt TwehtjMwcond nnd Tw.M.t v third Street*. This olTrrlnK will enlbl-ftCO BOtno 6f thob^BfcloWlfi thnt loMlUy.and bidders mnj- nttend with the amuraneo that every huofTi-rod will h.< Mil.l^ m , o , ftst ,„„„,!, hnvo, In mine Ihstancos, \*on disposed of by tho ptirchtiscrs at lnr^o profits, ami this ofTprlnß presents Mio and at, sale. W , fIQWE, AUCtlOHeer. POSTPONEMENT. On account of rain, the above sale Is postponed until MONDAY (Juno 15th) AT 5 O'CLOCK P. M. «r w - BOWK. Autlonoor. Ronl Ervtito Trust Company nnd A. I>. Adnmson, Real Entnte Auctioneers. A UCTION SALE" NICE I/TTTLB FARM. CONTAINING 72 Under lnetru...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

HOME-MADE TEACHERS Splendid Graduating Class at Female Normal School. DAISY CHAIN 100 YARDS The School Strengthened by the Addition of New and Accomplished Educators—Comprehensive Plans for Another Year. (Bpecldl to Tho Times-Dispatch.) FARMVILLH!, Juno 13.— The nineteenth fluccesttful session of the Slate Female Normal School camo to an end on VV'cddftsdny. Juno 10th t tie commencenio.it nxorclseii began Sunday by v aermon to the graduating class by Mr. McAMtatjer at tho Presbyterian Church. Tho el/ist; play, "Tho Business MoetInKi" was presented Monday night to n crowded house, This van followed by a Berlfts of attractive living pictures, reprofienllng tho clone of school life. , The mORt unique entertainment of eommencoment waa daisy day, celebrat/id on the campus at 6 o'clock Tueoday after- < tioon. A fascinated nudlonco watched thrj long llnoH of graceful maidens In tlipld hi-autlful march, bearing two largo daisies chalriH n hundred foot long. Tho graduating nxorclf...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 June 1903

12 THE WORK IS NEARLY OVER Supreme Lodge. Knights o Honor, Adjourn Tomorrow. PRESENTATION TO HOPE Well- Deserved Honor Paid «o Popular Richmond Minister; Also to Mrs. Curry — The Business . . Yesterday. By noon to-morrow the business fit Mie Supreme Lodge, knights of Honor, now in annual convention here, will be completed, nnd the body will adjourn to nteet two years hfnen In Atlanta, thp w holei tho meeting has proved r.n«i of the most pleasant In tho history of the body. Tho visitors nre. j.ln.ased ■n-jlh the town nnd the arrangements to«,1<? for them, nnfl tho sr.-slons them-r-elves havo \#vn entirely harmonious. A preat deal of Important btislnfrsa has l.een transacted and several Interesting matters have been disposed of. To-day the Lodge will attend services at the Bocond Baptist Church; to-morrow Itwill Install officers nnd adjourn. The Business Yesterday. The session yesterday was marked by the announcement of another death of v prominent member of the order. A Ft...

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

MAGAZINE SECTION THE TIMES, FOUNDED IS?6 I WHOI F NUMRFR \(s 26t THE DISPATCH, FOUNDED 1850 I WnULII iNUi'IDCn, )O,Zt)l. SUPERSTITIOUS CLAUDE IS BAFFLED BY A HOT-AIR SPOOK It all began when the clothes were set out without a chain. "Won't I cut a eiddy dash to-morrer thoV 14 Land sakes is dls a nightmare ? It's alive !•" BICHMOND Va.. SUNDAY. JUNE 14, 1903. "I'm easily suited," murmured Claude, "I'll take it without trying on." Jus' es I'd given up hopes of a Spring suit, too." "Wow! Help! It's after mc! " Crash I He was so preoccupied he failed to see or hear the irate clothier, " Laws I wishjt it was to-morrer now, I hates ter wait." "Officer hey dey ketched dat ghost yet? 11 THREE SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS.

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

* NUGGETS OF THE WAR Losses of the Two Armies Upon Some Great Fields. MOSBY AND HISBRAVEMEN Erroneous Impressions Concerning Them— Bounty-Jumpers— Personal Reminiscences and Anecdotes of the War. (Written for Tho Times-Dlspatr.h by W. B. Conway, IM. D., Athens, 0n..) Virginians, and especially tho old Confederates In the State, enjoy reading articles nhout tho civil war. Information direct from nn humblo participant in thnt preat Btnißple for Southern Independence .If always soupht for, especially when eominp from one who .knows whereof he speaks. His personal encounters and reminiscences, reinforced oration when truth and Justice nrs backed by (lg.uroß, nnd there Is a disposition to do Justice to both sides. In my articles heretofore I have endeavored to deal fairly with those who wore the. . blue. Ap nn evidence thereof, I rece ved ,n short time, ago a letter from a genwhlch he commends one of my letters. Along with his letter to me he sent a copy' of "The Southern Poet.*." T'pon ...

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

Uncle Sam's Farm on General Robert E. Lee's Arlington Estate. <Sp«elnl Correspondence of The Times- . Dispatch.) WASHINGTON. D. C, June 13.- One of \ t % I who lost their lives during the war between fhe States. A few nf the Cuplls ond l.cc ancestors are alno hurled In an obscure portion of Arlington. Pnclc Rum Ii; not Rngnßeri In farming for his own profit, but for the benefit of the farmers i of tho en tiro country, who will be given ♦he r/>FiuHs of the experience of the most | • xpert aKHoulliirallHlH In tho country, who j «ro hi tho employ of the government and j who manngn the farm I-"or more than a year laborers have , been rtnßUgcd In clearllng tho land and preparing It for crop*. Modern building aro In course of construction and within a short time the farm will bo In full operation. All branclion of this Important Industry will be conducted at the Arllns- j ton farm. Tho flnent cattle will be bred and a model dairy will be In operation. Butter ni thn b...

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

V GAMBLING London Is Mad on the Subject of Bridge Whist. MAY START A CRUSADE, Queen May Issue o Quiet Decree— The Prince of Monaco Tumbles Off His Motor-Cnr— Americans Invade England. BY PAUL LAMBETH. (Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch, Copyright 1903.) LONDON, June 13.— The mnnia for brldjio -whist has po pcrmoatod London joclety and lt« victims are so n\nncrous lhat n cmsftde is bolnfr waged against It in high quarters. It Is expprtf'd that Queen Alexandra may quietly Ippup n <Iperri< BRatnst tfatnb* Una among tho people of hor set. The crusade npnlnst tlie evils of brldgo Ib limply. It is not an cxaßgpratlnn to say that It Ims wrought not only moral but financial ruin In tho highest circles of English society. Innumerable bankruptcies have boon attributed to bridge, while many women and even girls have compromised thornfeelves by permitting themselves to 'owe men large sums for bets lost at bridge that they wero unable to pay. Tho present liad manners of L...

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

Pi " %HYSICAL culture In lt« mo.it BCI/jntlflc form In found In that ptylo of wrestling 1 known as tJWJTt Cumberland and Northumbor- ' This Is due to the fact that a fall In Cumberland and Northumberland nitißt be gained from one hold, which must be kept under all clrcumßtaiiccs until the bout end*. In view of thin distinctive feature of Cumberland and Northumberland, ll can be easily be realized that every bit of physical and mental Ingenuity possible on tho part of the contestants must tw brought Into play both In offensive and defensive work. This ono holds bars all ground wrestling; every fall must bs made from the feet. Ah a result, the agility demanrl/?<l in even greater than In energetic catch-as-catch-can. Indeed, nuch activity on the feot In required, In order to avoid tripping, that tho wrestlers must dnnco nround continually. As a tent of alertnosß, endurance and powors of breathing, Cumberland and Northumberland Is In the finst clajs». By reason of the one hol...

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

8 Some Touches that Tell in the American QirYs Smart Dressing, This Season's Gowns Alore Distinctive Than Ever. ARE STRIKINGLY ORIGINAL The Way the Trimming is Manip ulateri the Color Combinations and Little Smart Touches Give the Cachet to the Entire Costume. Always, always .■nmethlnif new Is the cry of the American girl. To introduce In her dress some little, new. different touch is her particular riolißht, and It would spent ihat this ye.ir, more thnn ever before, "he wnd succeed Ing I for never hane her gowns for every time of <i.iy been so strikingly 'distinctive and original. To be sure, they nil .show more or less the s=nme outline— the Fklrt with Its cllnglnp effect m-er the hip? nnd Its generous fulness toward the hem. the broad shoulder with Invariably Its cape effect, and Ihe sleeves With their Mowing fullness below the elbow, But It Is the wny the trimming is manipulated, the color combinations that are introduced, and the llttlo smart touche? which really giv...

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