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

Hour With New Books. THE TRIUMPH OF LIFE. Written by William Farquhar Pa.yson. publlßhed by Harper & Brotbore. of New York. . For wale by the Brll Book nnd Btntlonery Company. Price, fI.PO. "Tho Triumph of Llf>" 1b n. book «o enHroly awny from the ordinary line of fiction, ro filled with con trn dictions, and ao entirely a mixture of good and had, that oi«erlm!nftUntf crltlelfim r>f It prcufintfl a somewhat complex and fllfflcult prohlrm. Tt. takes up tho old question of thn fluni nnture of htitnnnlty, thf> good nnd evil thot In porponlflfd In every human *r>ul, with thr strvijtule between tho two for Iho mastery. Tho l?ond nnd evil In "Tho Triumph of I..tfc!" Id roprpscnted In thn (?ulse of two women, nnn lifting n manly nature to Its grentewl rffort In nrhlnvnmiMit and Its hl)Tho.«t plane In mnrnllty; the other *nel<Inp to fjpbnj:o Intolloct nnd enslave It to R«nmiOUii enjoymont. Good and not evil triumphed, but th...

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

THE TIMES-DISrATCH. RICHMOND. VA.. JUNE 14, 1903

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

ifflMWßSSfl'.ffiMß.K 1 WHOLE NUMBER, J. 6,268. SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS THE WEATHER, "WASHINGTON, .rtinrs M.— Forecast for Tuesday nn<l Wednesday: Vlrplnla — Knlr, warmer Tuesday ; WedTirsflny fair; llpht west to northeast •w I rids. ?»'ortli Carolina— Kair Tuesday and Wednesday; llfjlit north to northeast winds. Chill but pleacnnt wns the atmopplurft VeHtcrdny, tho day rr^nmhilnK ono In tho Dftrty cart of October. Tn-»l(iy lair •weather Is nK.iin expected »nd It -will probably bo somewhat warmer. STATE oir the THKRMOMKTEn. r> ,\. m « 12 M 70 R I. M 73 B P, M IW [• P. M '■■♦ 32 midnight G3 Average 671-6 Tllßhcst tornpf-rnturc yesterday 7jj J^owcgt ipmimrjiturn yesterdHy ';'- Icmpor.ituro yestcrdny. J»J Normal teniporatiire for June ■•> 7 '<: pa it uro from normsil temt)<srnuir«i n I'reclpltntlon during past 24 Hours.... W MINIATimB ALMANAC. .Juno 16, 1903. Pun risen 4:49 I TttOH TIDE. Bun nets 7:?,1 1 Mornlnc W Moon rIBOS.i.II:3S I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

B SURPRISING CONDITIONS Only About Half the White Men of Fauquier Registered POLITICIANS ARE PUZZLED New Conditions Havo Entirely Upset AH Their Bases of Making Cilculalto, I§ _Sorrte Opposition to the New Constitution. (From ft Staff Correspondent.) WAKKENTON, VA., June 15.— 1t will l>e a surprise to many Virginians to know that only about one-half tho qualUicd while Voters of Kauquler county nro on tho now registration books. This statement was made to mo to-day by a county official. I could scarcely credit tho assertion, out he showed mo tho flfruros. They did not fully corroborate his declaration, but they did show that nearly fifty per cent. of the white mon on thn old poll-boolis did not Bet on to the new. When asked for a reason lor this, the offlclaj rcfcricd "Under tho now Constitution Fnuquler is an overwhelmingly white county, but there was and is great opposition to tho now Constitution hero. Our peoplo wero not willing to undertake to pass the ordral oC an ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

MANCHESTER GRADUATES All Schools Closed for the Session Yesterday, COUNCIL MEETS TO-NIGHT Subcommittee on Streets and Election Committee Mcct — Marriage Last Night — Celebration on St. John's Day — Personal, Manchestor Bureau Tlmes-Dlspntchil No. 1102 Hull Street. J Manchester's public schools closed for tho term yeaterdny. Interesting ceremonies were Rono through with, and there ■whs a large attendance of parents and interested spectators. Professor S. C. Mitchell, of Richmond College, made the address, with his theme, "The High School and Its Usefulness nnd Importance." It wnH a very fine nddrnps. Dr. T. r. Mnthews delivered the diplomas. Among tho:<o who occupied prominent placen were Menil>orn of the Board Bhot■well, I'hllllpH, Hudd, Bik'Hluks and Dr. MathowH, Clerk \V. M. Llpsepmb, ItevH. Drlgcoll, Fix, Crldlln, Baldy, Superintendent D. It. i'ulllam nnd Key. Dr. Hudd, a missionary from Porto It! CO, Tho programme embraced several splendid Bongs ami the hym...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

ft The Times-Dispatch ItibHshed Dally and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Vo, Entered January 2", IPO3, at Richmond, Vn., ns SecondClass JTfntter, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1970. the DAILY TIMESrDISPATCH Is lolrl nt 2 cf-nts ft copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is lold nf.fi cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnil— 60 eenfs a month; $5.00 ft yenr, $2.50 for •tor. months; $l.» 0 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnil f2.no a venr. The DATLY TIMES-DISPATCH, tndtirlmp Sunday, in Richmond nnd Mnnchestrr, by Currier, 12 cents per week, or 60 ccnU per month. The SUNDAY. TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 ronf? per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $I.M year. , All Dnsiffiied Comirmnicationa will bo rejected. injected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Broad Street. TUESDAX JUNE 16, 1903. From Juno Ist tho price of Tho TimesDispatch, delivered by carrier within tho corporate limits of Blc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

HAWTHORNE MAKES REPLY A Vigorous Answer to the Catholic Priest. A RELIGIOUS FANATIC So the Paslor of Grove-Avenue Regards the Priest, Who, He Says, Exhibited but Poor Taste at the Corner-Slone Laying. Grove-Avonuo Church was crowded yesterday With uooulc of all denominations wlio desired to hear Dr. J. B. Hawthornu s reply to Father Pnrdow'n nr>rnion dfllvpir-d on tlio orcanlon nt the Jiving c>t the rnrncr-Htono nf thn new cathedral In Richmond. JIIh text was: 'Other foundation enn no mini lav tlmti that which Is laid, which Ih Jesus ClirlHt." "I inn Roniotirnos asked h'>w much error fl man may hold to imd \>o. saved. My nnpwer Is, tlmt he may cling to much speculative error nnrl yr>t neo nnd fntnr tho liliiKdnm of God. In his liilellectunl con- • •(■plloiiH nf rrhrlsL hn may be rcmntn from the truth In mimy pnrticulnrH without Kurlous peril to his huul. If he re-"iKtilzr-H and appro'lalfs tlio fact that ho is a lost ulnner and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

B OCEAN VIEW WIDE OPEN Norfolk Ministers Call Judge Portlock's Attention to It. SECOND CROP BERRIES The Yield Is Remarkable, and the Quality the Finest of the Season— A Boy Fall* from a Swing and Breaks Both of His Legs. (Special to The Tlmw-Dtepatcta.) NORFOLK, VA., June 18.-John Baker, of South Norfolk, fifteen years old. fell from a awing yesterday end broke both legs above tho kne/>. Ho was swinging v«T high when ho lost grip and fell. He was brought to tho hospital here toIflay, and la likely to recover. The Methodist ministers' meeting to-aay jpasstsJ resolutions referring to the wide»pen condition of liquor Belling at the Ocean View resort on Sunday, and calling on tho county authorities to save tho day from such desecration. They resolved to Fend a copy of the resolutions to Jud^n Portlock, who grants the licenses for liquor selling in Norfolk county. The ministers offer to furnish Witnesses to testify in court against the Violators of tho laws. . SECOND CROP STRA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

BARRINGER RESIGNS Dr. James Morris Page Ap, pointed to Fill Vacancy. SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED No Gossip Concerning tho New President—The Washington and Joffer<on Literary Societies Have Their Annual Uelebration. (Special to Tho Times-Dlspatch.) CHAKLOTTKBVILLE, VA., June IS.— The Hoard of Visitors of tho University <f Virginia met this morning In regular lesalon, with every mini her present. Dr. 3'aul 13. Harrlnger tendered his rMlgnailon as chairman of the faculty, to tnkfi < ffect at once, nnd the board appointed 3)r. James Morrjs Page, dean of tho Academic Faculty, to fill Hio vacancy Dr. :iarrlnger, It Is understood, has engagement!* for tho summer months, whlrh jiravented him from continuing In office until tlm Inauguration of a president of tho Institution. SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED. Jkbbo Wright Downey, Jr., of New MarI:ot, Md.i was appointed to the Blrely I cholarHlilp, founded upon tho hef|ti«!t of Iho late Mrs. Hvnlona Heevers lilrely in 3:onnr of h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

a SERVIA HAS A NEW KING Parliament Chooses Karageorgovltch With Acclaim. PEOPLE WELL PLEASED Qreet the Announcement With Salvos of Che«rs, nnd a Salute of 101 Guns i»Fir»d— New King Has Wired His Acceptance. (Bj AMoclated Press.) BELGRADK, fcSEKVIA, June 15.— Prince Petor KarageorgovHch, ut 12115 P. M., was unanimously elected King of Servia by the Senato nnd Skuptschlna. In Joint cession. Tho presiding officer of tho Joint essbluu of the Servian Parliament, proposed tho election of Prlnco Peter, lxjud cheery greeted tho proposal, which wero repeated on tho announcement that tho yoU was unanimous. Tho Minister of Justice hastened to tho balcony and announced the fact to tho waiting crowd. Tho people received tho notification with palvos of cheers, and a royal ftuluto of one hundred and ono suns was fired. CUT AND DRIED. Long conferences vcro held between the ministers and doputlcs on Sunday night and all this morning. These reaulted In a cat and dried programme, which went through w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

GREAT EVENT AT V. M. I. Unveiling of New Market Monument a Notable Occasion. REUNION OF EX-CADETS The Commencement this Year at the Institute to Do a Mcmorlablo One. June j 21-24 th to Be Red-Letter Days in the Institute Calendar. The reunions of old c&dets at the annual commencement exercises of the Virginia Military Institute are always Imnieruscly enjoyed by those who attend thorn, but this year the gathering there will be a mfimorable ono In tho history of tha famous institution. The central point of interest will be th« dedication and unveiling of tho monument, "Virginia Mourning Her Dead," which has beon handsomely executed and Renerously presented by Sir Moses EzbIclel, of Rome, Italy, in memory of the herolo sacifflco mode by the corps of cadets on the field of New Market, on May 16th, 1804. Tha heroism of those youtha has never l>etn surpassed. Their alma mater is proud of it, nnd every man who has ever worn the cadet uniform Is proud of It, nnd* if p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

SET-BACK FOR PRICES Level Sank Lower and Lower During the Day. CLOSING HEAVY ATLOWEST Principal Stocks in Which Bulk of Trading Occurred Lost All lho Way from Two to Three Points. , Money Was Easier, fiy AssocJnfpd Press. NEW YOJUC June K.-rrlcos of securities had a decided backset na a result of to-day'a trading. I'rossuro doveloped from tho oulsct and with onj yoccasiona] halts and small fractional rallies., tho level of prices ennk lower throughout tlio day anj tho closlns was heavy at tho lowest. Tho stocks in which tho ffrcat liulk of tho trading occurred liavo lost all the way from 2 to 8 points from BatBturday's leveOL This Includes tlio principal coalers, grangers, Pnclflcs nnd Bouthwesterns. Thn question whether tho markot was on tho ovo of a. revival of speculation for tho advance*, "was Urns decisively answered nnd thoro was a corresponding- relapso in prcvalllriß Bentienent about tlio Slock Exchange into deBPondoncy and approhcnslon. London took part In tho selling ai,d ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED. Fnrnalo Stenonraphor, able to Inrrenire h"f Incunn by u«lnK n inn'-hlnn 20 *" 40 pit cnut. fpwdler Ihau tho tMI, nnd on (Ifcoiint of Up-tO-datfl feature* must. «"rn on better work with IMS IDfiilnl '"I fP''-^!«f P ''-^ !«" 1 fffurt. AOdrooa OLIVER HTANDAUt) ViSltiLi; WRITER, niehmoud. WAKTED, ft lady Stenographer and Book-heoper. Addles, stutliiß cipcrlence, hThAUV, care this office. HELP WANTED— MALE. WANTED, ft restored er rerl»terca assistant PIUIIMACIST? Address HAItUV SMITH, 431 Colley Avenue, Norfolk, V«. WANTED, non-union PRINTERS on tabular work- :iO cnnls per hour; alrndy rmployment. HARBY ' PKINTINO CO., Washington, 1). 0. WANTED, ft SAWYER for circular mill, Rutting ' from B.<tf*l I" Ifi.OOO fpot per day; n xtrody Joh nud Rood |ioy to right man; wanted <i]«o n Fore man for tho wowls to lo'jk sfl»r lonillng wngoiik nnd keep tennis. Address 8.. V. <). Box 00, Newport Nowb, Vn. WANTED, 11 registered or registered ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 June 1903

12? Miller & Rho&ds. Miller & Rho&ds. PONGEE'S AND PONGEE ROBES This is truly a Pongee season, novor in the history of our business hare vro sold as many Pongees as wo have this spring. Pongees for "Waists, Pongees for Skirts, Pongees for Coats, Pongees for Dressy Gotois, Pongees for Carriage Gowns. Shantung Pongees 23 inches wide * 75c 27 incfrns wide 3 -°J > 33 Inches wide ■ —$1.50 $1.50 Shantung Pongees For $hOQ With embroidered dots, and rows of very flno tuckfl in betweon tho dots, our regular $1.60 trrndo for *t.OO r or Tnrd. Only two pieces left ono -with Jvavy Dots olid tha other with Green Dots. 21-inchM vritLo, only threo piece?, Pon goo grounds, ono with Blue, one with Turquoise and one with Brown Stripes. One regular 73c quality now BOc. yard. 75c. Striped Tussah 39c. Pon*«e grounds with ctrlpos of WhltN Black and Blue only Wires pieces. Jlegulor 75a. quality to closo at 3l)c. per yard. Three Very Handsome Pongee...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 June 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 June 1903

THTO TIMES. FOUNDKD ISS6. THE IHS PATCH: FOUNDED 1850. SUMMARY OF DAY' SMEWS THE WEATHER. ■WASHINGTON, Jurm 17.— Forecast for Thursday and Friday: Virginia — Fair Thurnday; warmer In extreme went portion. Friday fair, warmer In north portion; varlublo wlii'ls. tral portion. Friday fair, warmer; varla- 7t was hottor than tiKiml In Richmond yesterday, nwinly because tho great mas* if tlio people were comiiclleil to walk. T/iRt night thorn was a Rhowsr, which lair) tho dust and mndn the iPmpTatnro •lollg-litful. Fair weather Is predicted lor to-day. STATIS OF THE; THERMOMETER. PA. M « 31! M <* a p. m " n P, M ?; i' p. m :!» v mldnlffht < w ■; Avcrajjo • " 3 I " r< 7f((?hi?st temperature yesterday £j 7,<nvost trjmpernturo yesterday yM Mean temperature yesterday 72 Normal tomi>fru.turo for June i>> Departure from normal temperature.. ((> Precipitation during past 2-1 hours.... if) MINIATURE ALMANAC. ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 June 1903

2 muiy a day. Main Street between * nnO » 6"clock In (he morning, before wagon* were unttt'ii out, was a llvo nnd hustllntj •ccne in the neighborhood of tlie Chambtr of Cotnmercn ond the postolllce. Vehicles of oil sorts and sizes wore cftlled Into requisition and Into them scrambled ua many as would ordinary fill two of the pamo. These, however, and those wliu owned carriages and buggies were- a fortunate fow. Tlie others walked and walked hard and laboriously, Imt withal, for h Mm©, at least, good naturedly. At different stages of the trip groups would gather to discuss tho merits of. the questions Involved in tho strike. This was before the heat of tho day had caused men to wobble along with their tongues hanging out. Some, of tho philosophically aJid tho humorously disposed gave vent tc •uch vnstly amusing and utterly conviil•lng snllle? as "Is walking good?" 'Say there's k°lhr to be a stroet car strike." "Look out or you'll get Into," and others of llko hue and description. IjO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 June 1903

ALL QUIET IN MANCHESTER Strike Situation Taken Philosophically by the Citizens. A LINE OF CONVEYANCE If Necessary Will Run from Swansboro to Richmond— Funeral of Mr. W. H. Smith— New Court Room—Pilgrlmago to Petersburg. Mnnchcster Bureau Tlmcs-Dlspatch.l No. 1102 Hull Street. { Most of Manchester's shopping was dont; ut homo yesterday, and tho stores got a large share of tho trade that usually noes to Richmond. Tlv? iibsenco of street cars from the streets gave to the city a business tppearanco, for those who had been accustomed to ride, Were forced to walk, and •ill day tho Rlreets, especially Hull Street from Seventh to Swnnsboro, presented n buny scone. Good nature prevailed everywhere 13xrroxslons on tho merits of the strike •wto dlversilloil, and many little friendly arguments were created thereby. No bud liumor showed Itself, nnd the result was awaited anxiously by all. Early in tho day Chl/jf of Police I-lpßcomb was asked by the counsel for tho Passenger and Power Company to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 June 1903

V- The Times-Dispatch t^ibTlohed Dnfly (tn«? Weekly nt V 6. 4 North Tenth Ptxeot. Richmond, Va. Entered Jrtnnnry 27. 1903, at Richmond, Vn. t n« Se<>ondClass Matter, under Act of Congress of March tht DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH i» •old nt 2 rents a cony. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold nf S cenfc n <*>py. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail— 50 cents n month : $5.00 n year. 52.60 for sly month?: SI .SO For throo months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail ?2.00 » year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, including Sunday, in Richmond nnd Manchester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, or 50 cent* per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 rear. AH Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communicationß •will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 510 East Broad Street. THURSDAY, TUNE 18, 3903. From Juno let the price of The TlmesDlspatch. delivered by carrier w...

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