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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 June 1903

OFFICERS ARE CHOSEN North Carolina Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias Elect. TWO SESSIONS WERE HELD Charles E. Bhlveley, of Indiana. Delivered an Address on the Growth and Condition of the Order— Grand Bauquet Was Held. / (fJprrlnl to Thfl Tltnen-niiipfitch.) WILMINGTON, N. C, Juno 17.— Two bufllnos.4 Bfisnlonß of the Grand I^odßf', Knights of ■ Pythias, wera liolrl to-day. Tho most Important prorrpfllng of tho day wop tho election of ofllcerß for tho ensuing yo.ir, which reBtillod as follows: Supremo Hopreson'tnthe, R, Hi Rlckcrt. Statosvllle; Ornnd Chancellor, William M. Lylr*. Chnrlottfii Grand Vlcn-Chnncollor, William I<*. nobortison, Wllmlrißton; Grand l'rolute, B. Nooe, Plttsboro; Orand Keeper of Records nnd Seals; W. T. Hollowoll, Goldsbnro; Orand Master of Exchequer, John C. Mills, Rulhorfordton; Ornnd Master ftt Arms, .1. F. Hurley. Concord; Grand Inner Guard, F. W. Miller, WaynosvlHej Grand Outer Guard, J. M. 130/ otto, Albeinarle. Buprome Vlco-Chancollor Clinrl/!3 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 June 1903

B THE PLOTTER OF THE SEAS Portrait of /Matthew F. Maury Presented the University. THE CLOSING EXERCISES Degrees Awarded and Prizes of tho Year Given — Cabell Scholarship Goes to Mr. John S. Flory, of Bridgewater, Virginia. (Rprrtnl to The Times-Dispatch.) CHARIjOTTESVILLE. VA., Juno 17.— To-day markrd the closing o.rerclpes of the pevrnty-nlnth session of the Univor(,'ty of Virginia^ At 11 o'clock, in the public hnll, a representative audience gathered to witness the exercises in connection with the presentation of tho portmlt of the dlstlnruished Virginian, Commodore Matthew Fontaine Maury. Tho portrait, which Is the gift of Mr. 3ohn Ij. Williams, one of tho most rcii*rous of the alumni of the Institution, ■was painted by Mr. N. IT. Busey, of Cnrneg^o Hall, New York, and is a reproduction of the one which now hangs in the iWostmoreland Club, Rlohmond. It Js Bflid to bo an accurate likeness of tho illustrious Virginian. -The presentation address, made by Professor William M. Thornto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 June 1903

WEDDINGS IN THE STATE A Brilliant Society Event In Stauntoh. YEAKLEY-RANSON WED'ING Wflss Helena A. Pavill and Mr. J. M Rlchflrdson Are Married at FrederIcksburg— Mr. Wright Weds Miss Chewning. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) STAUNTON, VA., Juno 17.— A marriage which has been looked forward to with much Interest among tho Staunton fashionables took place ut 0 o'clock tonight in tho tastefully decorated Emmanuel Episcopal Church, when Miss Eleanor Btralth"Rannon, daughter of Captain Thomas D. Hanson, became the brldn of Dr. William Holmes Ye.akley, of Davis, W. Va. Tho church had been beautifully decorated with potted plants and cut flowers, ;md was lighted- by thousands of small candles. To tho Rtralns of Mendolßsohn'n wedding march the bridal party entered tho church nnd proceeded ulowly up tho left alßlo to tho chancol, where they were :net by the groom and hlfi best man, Mr. Jojieph Denney, of Stnuntpn, and tho ceremony was performed by Rev. H. C. Jett, rector of Emmanuel Episco...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 June 1903

HELP WANTED— FEMALE. .WANTET). ymins LABY to f.lay dance tnuilo «t will I snmrier resort during the fiimraer. Addrr*« with full pnrtlculars, WATSON, Nlmrod Hall, Vs. .WANTF.D, a flnt-olM* COOK to cook and wa«h for fcimlly of tiro. Apply M 201 Knot <?rnc« Strict. fcADIESI Ocod par, »■«*? work: your own locality, »l'nrc limirs; InwuUßßte. Adilreßs AOME. c»r« thlß rftlrf. WANTED, a Christian WOMAN to car« for thrfc cblldn»n frnm S A. Mi until fl 1". Mil Minn- $10 ppr m™th with bonrd. Apply nt. weo'nftor 8 P. M. only nt 413 North NlnUi StrfPt. IWANTED, a hMUthy whlto WOMAN for hmiso work; (food homo; Rood wbrps. Addn-ds Mm. "P.," fion Air. Vs. WANTED, n refined LADY for the aneolftlty bnMncss. Artdrosß ACME, fiirn lhl«_offl<*. H EI -P WANTED— MALE, JJEBIRABLE POSITIONS BECUREP— We c*n arnlKt vo-i In fioctirlnK n iloMrnhlc position: It mnttrrs nm whom yon lire nr whnt yoiir oiv Rffi^i-rafrA. 0 ' n e risiNi4s OrrORTTNITY COMPANY. Sulto 02-2H, Homo Mfo IhilldlnK. Wnoh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 June 1903

STOCKS WERE VERY DULL Operations Made Up of Professional Dealings. BONDS WERE IRREGULAR It Was Seen lhat Selling Orders Would Not Be Chlodged by the Decline of Prices and Bears Gave Over tho Effort. (V.t Amnrliited rr"HS.> M2W VOIMC, .litno 17.— Tn-day's operntlonis in Htotka wore in.-ule up alinoHt ■wholly of profesnional oppratlons of a testing character, These ncemed to dornonstintc to t'.io Fatl.ffacllon of the; testcra that the pock for mile was o 1« met on RdvHiielnK, and offerlim duwii nf pflcefl did not promiso Inrgo success In dlslodglmc Rflllng ordcrn. Tho consequence wan a progrrsßlvfi dUllncM In tho tiadlng nnd KluKKislincsa |n (lußtuntloiiH In prH-cs. This agrees wllh tho genera] OXpoCtallon of thn most oxpnrltnccd observcrß who saw In tho HtnlUon rally of ln»t Thursday the nnttirul courEo of a culmination of the long d'.'cliun, nnd Ihe whort Interest covfirrd aTlor Urn urgftit Ilqulrl.it lon had been complete "With tho pnllHfuotlon of this Himrt Inlcrost pri...

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

iw Miller & Rhoads. j Miller & Rhoads. A Few Things Worth Remembering. That our Swiss Embroideries from That we arc selling Double Onuz 10 to 39c. are worth double these Silk Fans for 69c worth double amounts. that price. That our China Lamps lor $7.50 That our Shirt-Waist Suits at $1.98 arc worth from $10 to $10.50. would coat you that much to "~~~ have made. That the Children 's Drawers at 15c TLTrcTTcZZ™ ™ ™»< « *■« -»'f ** '<" ' " 25c that are regular 50c values, testify to. That the handsome Pongee Robes That our Wash Suits for children at half price are the most ceo- at $2. 48 are worth from $4 to $6, nomlcalfy priced dresses in Richmond at this time. That the new Parasols for $2 are — worth from $4 to $4.50, and all That we arc offering Striped Tvs- of our other sample sun shades sah for 39c a yard that is worth are priced in the same proporrSo. tlon. I O oceat and % I {Personal % Miss Alice DaAVfiOn, of Weston, W. Vn... end Dr. M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

Tfjrtipr? 4f^r^L~iL r~~*p.^P§ /^ffi^y j^ /^P^C^X 05 *^ k' ill jl Wr - /A. TF JVFW*S* THE TIMKS. FOUNT>KI> IS*'",. TUB DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1830. SUMMARY OF DAY'S MEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Jun« tO.-Foromut tor Eunday inul Monday: Virginia.— Partly cloudy Sunday with noOnMonal Hhowern In central ami Paul portions: light to fresh variable winds bccomlnß- northwest ; Monday rnlr. North Carolina — Knlr In weft; nliowers In oa.«t portion; Sunday warmer In extrnmr> south portion; fresh wegt winds; Slonday fair. , Another ihun'inrstorm nfter nUntfall coolod nnd Cleared tho atmo.sphflro yesir.icJay, which Imd oarllT In tho dft* been snmpwlint oppressive. Tlin rnlnfiill ■wan of brlnf duration, howevor, mid n^t Jif/avy. Occasional pliownrn are lookod for to-day by the official forecaster. RTATK OF TmTTFIKnMOMKTEn. P A. M 70 12 M , 7.T B P. U *1 r, V. Si 78 f P. M 73 12 midnight V;t AvoMko "1 2-3 HlKheßt tomporaturo yesterday,. Si Jv.iwe.st LottipofatUfti yo.st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

Ai^Tto\mlrrhe C man 'The Constable Ptatod that ho did not hear the shiteteont Cnrtfl ln Qulgon Insisted that the brflcer did lnar him. The CphstaWe inBlAtrd that ho did not and that no man "honl.l P»y he did, whereupon Captain Onlcon added: "I W po." Thereupon Constablo Ansle struck nt Cnptain Ou - pon. standing in his. trncks. drew his Eend back and received a light blow _ on Iho chin, which caused neithor injury nr, r pain. Cnptain Oulson MOltottri* no effort to strike back, nnd Risked hnt the ofllrer he arrested. This was done nnd Ihere the drisla ended with no t&\ harm done. It Is undrrstoo.i tin young man whose arrest tho^ ««°<™g demanded will not be prdseduted "«""« than to feervo as the occasion M ftfl fl« enunciation rb to the law In s! oh cbfcs nnd the delivery of admonition as to tin wisdom nnd importance of coolness nnd the duty of refraining from public ex regions calculated to IhCense por." or o precipitate disorder. This was the Ohy Alienation In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

It PROSECUTE FOR PERJURY Further Proceedings Expected In Breathitt County. JETT AND WHITE IN JAIL They Aro Allowed No Extras, Despite Request of Judge Hargis— Ewen Warned Not to Leave House Where He is Staying. (IJ.r AMoolntcil Pttit.) JACKSON. "KY., Jim" 20.— Since thn removal of Jrtt nnd Whlto to hnxlngton nnrl thn proapoct of;) another trial in another county txsyohd tho scene of tho fenul Influence, thcro is conslderabln tnlk li/.to of prosecutions f r >r perjury and bribery. It Is statnd thftt a move la on Toot to nwp.ir out warrants nt onco for tlio arrest' of men In lilrli plnces for bribery, perjury and tiu accessory to th^ .Marrum murder bffore the fact. Ono of these Warrants Is expected* to be nerved tonight Thn Rlntf-rnont. by JiniKO He"dwln« that he will hold a Bpoclnl term of the rourt when hn finishes wrwk In Irvino and ]*»»> countle* Ir tnlton ns a conclusive nt»p In this direction. The P.ltu.'itlf.n If» still ono of apprphennlon. The forcmnn of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

3 A r-mrf or more of men, most of them with boys nf their own, are about to realize nn ambition which no doubt fired their hearts when they themselves hnil Much the saroe nsplrationfi as they find manifested In the youthful minds of tho lads who form n pnrt. of their household In other words, thn tables are to be turned, nnrt the fathers will rtreps In tlie rarb Of the clown nnd caper In the eawdtisi ring, while their Rons, with envy In their hearts, sit nn tlie benches and witness the antics of the respectea head 3f the family. It w.is Mark Twain who paid, spenklnr; nf the boys who lived In (ho quiet little •own of Bt. Petersburg: "When a rlrcue came and went, it left us all burning to recoTiio clowns." Them !p no man llv ng in-day probably who knows the boy, tho World over, as does tho author of thosra Juvenile classics, Tom Sawyer ami Huckleberry Finn. Tho bnys love for tho circus I? almost second nnture with him With some it lingers until tho grny hairs begin to tell that, excep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

STRIKE IN PETERSBURG Three Lines Run and People Patronize Them. IT IS A PEACEFUL FIGHT The Road Has Never Paid a Dividend. The Peoplo Look for an Early Set" ' tlement-vGovernment Dredging the Appomattox, (Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.) PETERSBURG, VA., Juno 20,-Strikers aro quiet. Cars on three lines are running and people aro partonlzlng the cars more liberally Rlnco they reallz« that thoy can do so without being Interfered with by tho men and their sympathizers. This Is about the situation of tho utreet car strlko In Petersburg at this tlmo. Tho men are bohaving h a praiseworthy mannei\and are being ommonilpil for the manner In which thoy arc conducting their fight. It 1b a peaceful f.ght with no evidence that It will \n anything else Uiroughout. Th/j Tii-Klnla Passenger and Power Compnry are operating In this city under the fraichlso of BoaTo, (bo Petersburg Street Railway Company, tho Virginia Tractlor. Company and tho Southßldn Railway and Development Company, and there In not...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

a ST. FRANCIS SCHOOL ENDS Commencement Exercises Were Largely Attended. MADALS AND PRIZES &IVEN Wedding In a Wagon Yard Attended by a Few Friends and Performed by Episcopal Rector— Other Weddings. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) Bf AUNTONi VA.. Juno 20.— The clo.=lnr ifiercises of St. Francis Catholic School 'ook plnco Wednesday In tho beautifully Secorated chapel of tho school. As Usual the exercises wore largely attended. Miss M. O'CallngTinn, In Lcbnoh's Second Nocturne proved herself qullo an accomplished plnnlat. An nmnslng recitation by «lx little fellows of the Junior clasfles enUtled "Wishing Versus Working," created a great deal of merriment. Alisscs Xorft O'DonriiCll. as clasa historian; Mary O. Mara, as the class essayist; Miss Mary O'Callnghan, us class poet; Rose Lyons, as tho class prophet, f.ilcd tholr parts most acceptably. Rev. Father Joseph Frioll awarded the diplomas to the four graduates, Misses Zo O'Donnell, Mary O'Callaghan, Mary. D'Mara and Rose L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

SUBURBAN NEWS AND GOSSIP. Jfiatrmount yfows Lllllc Ethelbert Loving, son of Mr. Charles Loving, Is ("pending some time ■with his undo, Mr. William Clilldre«s, on MechunlCHVlllo Turnpike. Airs. Jonenh Gregory, who has been oulte blck. is now much Improved. Llttlo Lizzie Harper Is now much bftttnr. after Imr recent Indisposition. Mrs. Alice Stone, of DuQucnne, Pa., who has h«cn visiting her parents, has Bono to Hanover county to visit relative of her husband's, but will return to Fall-mount alter ,-i few days 1 stay. Mrs. llaiiii.a Martin, of llenrlco, was Mix's Ella Gentry, of Chnrles City county, who hiiß boon tho guest of nor couwln, Mth. J. \V. Hnltiey, for tho past wook, Imr returned home. Mr. Klr-hard Gentry, of Charles City, also visited Mrs. J. W. Jluhn-y last wnpk. Sim. Pollard, or No. 2200 Falnnount Avcnno, litiH loft for King William cuunt.v. where nhe was summoned to tho l»Ti!-|>le of her fnther, Mr. William CarJielli who In critically 111. Mr. A. J. McDowell, w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

8 Second Week Of This Suit Sale of Powerful Values The price is small— the values are great— and value is what makes the bargain really a bargain, Therefore, we underscore this stateworth up to $lj^ That's what they were made to sell for. That what we guarantee them to be. And this guarantee of ours- covers every point that makes for Suit satisfactionquality, fit, fashion. It is an exceptionally well assorted lot of Suits— embracing Serges and Thibets, as well as Fancy Cheviots and Homespuns and Cassimeres and Worsteds. And they are made up in the styles that are in most demand. Because there are all sizes — full lots —adds materially to the strength of the offerings. . . Remember, that every Suit is a guar-anteed-by-us Suit— choice is unprecedented at TEN bOLLARS. WILL BE EVENT IN MUNICIPAL CIRCLES Th« municipal investigation which will begin before tho joint Council committee In the City Hall to-morrow afternoon will bo tho event of the week, if not, Indeed, of the year In local c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

B GAY WEEK IN RALEIGH Mr. and Mrs. Skinner Celebrate Pearl Anniversary. MANY EXQUISITE GIFTS Colonel and Mrs. Fred A. Olds Hold Reception in Honor of Mrs. F. C. Olds, th6Brldo of Their Son. rspoclnl to The TlmM-Dlspatr 1O RALEIGH, X, C, Juno 20.-Thl« has been a right gay week nnclnlly In Raleigh, the ceremonies attendant upon the Holt-D.-ivls wedding and the "Pearl" -woddlng nnnlvcrnary celebration by Mr. and Mrs. Bonjafnln P. Sklnnor being tho two moat jiolnble foaturon. Tho Holt-DnvlH wedding nt Christ n Kplscopnl Church Tuesday morning, in v/hicli Miss Mary Warren Davis, daughter of Captain T. W. David, and Mr. Erwln Allen Holt, son of Colonol Lawrence K. Holt, of Burlington, plighted their troth, hns already been reported tn The Tlmoß-Dlspnlch. It was (in elaborate and beautiful ceremony. They nr« now on nn European tour, having sailed from Now York to-day. PEARL ANNIVERSARY. Mr. and Mra. Benjamin V. Skinner charmingly received their friends Thursday cvnnlng; from G till 8 o'clo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

10 AUCTION SALES— MONDAY. Py The Valentine Auction Co., &C AT AUCTION, ■tt'n will sell n.t our auction ware-mom*!. r^fli^) morning. ness, one flrst*elas« One-HoM* In pprfert condition, cost SIGo. and ««» been but little used L oval inotnl f^JL 0 gft 8 fes C M. l r'r: ii V fl . Ijn ße' > d SSSm Geo W. Mayo. Auctioneer, 1205 East Main Streot p ÜBBER tired Trap iron safe. IAUCTION. ; I will sell at my auction house, at 10:30 ijiiiisi wmmsm B nd numerous otber arUoles. GEO H. VALENTINE, A.!p. MONTGOJ.EER.Y, Salesmen. ._ •"auctjon sales— future days. By Edward S. Rose Company, Real Estate Auctioneers. On THURSDAY. JUNE 25, IKB. upon the premises, at 6 o'clock P. M., we will submit to the consideration of a generous public that desirable and well-constructed and known as No. 1300 West Gary Street. LOT 44 by 130 Feet to an Alley. Please be- on hand, promptly at iUio hour named. ' TB E D\^&D B t-HOSE COMPANY, Jn ?£tds Auctioneers. ' By J. D. Carneal &a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

IT HELP WANTED— FEMALE. tADIEB! Good pay, ea«y work; JO"'.,"!™ lncnMly, R\>nrf hours; Intcst.'aato. Address ACME] enro this office, _____—— WntED, ft~h^aTtny white WOMAN for hous» uork; pood boinn; good ««(!'«. Address Mrs. "I 1 .," lion Air, Va. , WANTED, eapabT(ri.oiitrwOMAN t« mak« hit•Mf ge.iornlly useful In fcmlly with rnlllrcn «n-l co north for siimmrr: referenced required. Address A. (3, M.. care this oftl. o. WANTED, a. good WOMAN, either whltn or foloied to cook two inealn n day, attend In dlnlnß-room «n-l cow; no washing; room al«o If desired; 1718 Park Aterioa. LADIES! 820.00 per 1,000 (or smaller quantlIIps) paid weekly for copylnc lettfrs at Imino- no n«uic» to supply; nothing to buy. AddrcMfd envelope for copy. PIfAOTICAIi SIFQ, CO., 20il Ilroadwny, N. y, WANTED, Teachers who ara seeking excellent nnnltlons to know that 'Jliff Southern Tp.hliIts' Agency of Ilsrnwnll, S. C, lint estubllflipd a brani-li ofricc In ftonnfike, Vn., under n.nnncpinrnt of 13, E. Wo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

Its Purchase the Result of a Poker Game in Which a Citizen Was Fleeced, but Got Even. (Special 10 Tho TJmps-JilpP'ilcii.) "WASHINGTON, P. C, June EO.-Por-haps no clock In America has a moro interesting history than the ono In the Pteople of tho City Hnll nnd market house nt Alexandria, Vn. Ttnck In tho days Imfore tho war Alexandria was ono of tlio (Southern cities which was known as a pretty rapid plnco for tho sporting fraternity, but on those days it WflS n Fqtiivre pame nml no aheaUng— a gentleman's Kama from Ftnrt to finis li. On ono occasion the town lmdlbcen vlnttrd by several gamblers from the SouthWest, who had como lilthor "seeking whom they might devour." At length 11 respectable citizen, who ocaslonally took ft flyer with cards, fell into a. snare which nlmilar law is now on tlio statute books— established while sho was yet »,, colony. In -wliich it wns "madn and provided" that if any man could not show that he was pursuing somo "lawful menns of ob■tainfnjr a livelihood"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 June 1903

THB TIMES, FOUNDED 18S9 I WTJHT F TVTTIMRPR 1A767 ' THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1850 ' WHULIi INUiVI£SE,K, J6,/6/. PROFESSOR JYBLITTS REFUTES A SCIENTIFIC BLUNDER! — |i i — — ————'——^———— r mi rr" i i i ■ 11 BICHMOND VA., SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1903. PBICE FIVE CENTS.

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