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

9 CONFEDERATE CURRENCY Valuable Information Concerning the Notes Issued. THE BEST COLLECTION North Carolina Has It, Including All Rare Specimens— Where and How the Printing Was Done—Anecdotes and Reminiscences. Jljlelgh Letter In the Charlotte Observer. This Stato owns a comploto collection of Confrdorato money, which Is arranged according to dat<» of Iwim and filmed, und which attracts a. great donl of atten.tlon, somo of the hills being ot groat lieaiity and extremely Foarco. In fact, the first isw.lo of hills hns for moro than thirty years been held nt high figures. A minvljer of counterfeits of Confodorato money of tho rarer varieties have bocn made. Tho ilrst Issuo hns been counterfeited n± least U\ico. The first Issue -was engraved by tho N.illonal Hank Note. Company, ot New 1,-rt'i't tiic background being a. Southern jn'anslpn. The Wll is payable twelvo lnoiiths after date, and tho inscription K(.v.-<: "Tho Confederate States of AmerIciil will pay to bea...

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

V THE HEROISM'OF V, ft I." CADETS AT NEW MARKET WILL BE COMMEMORATED IN ENDURING BRONZE- Institute Hen Will Throng Lexing= ton This Week to Attend the Unveiling of the Monument. SOMETHING OF THE WEST POINT OF SOUTH t Is not Old as the Age of Schools is Counted, but Its Record is not Approached by Any Other Military School of the Country After the National Military Academy. The School of Stonewall Jackson, and the School for Heroes. (Special to The Tlmes-DUpatrh.) LEXINGTON, VA.. June 20,-ThO West Foint of tho Confefloracy-tha School for H erne* -Stonewall Jackson's Hfhool-tJic Virginia Military Institute. All thos«i coma to mind as I start to wrltn sora«thlng Of this groat lnr.tltutlon nt Lcxlngton, the pride of Virginia and tho property nf tho entire South. Indeed. It Is more or lesi of a national Institution, Is this 'military academy of Virginia, for at the present lime there are nearly one hundred officers of tho army of tho United States who obtained their commissions though be...

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

•4 A PEEP HERE AND THERE AT THE BOOKS OF THE DAY J. J. Bell, Author of Wee Macgreegor. Writes a New Novel. The Pipes of Pan. Some Sweet Songs by a Canadian Singer. A NEW SOUTHERN STORY "A Gentleman of the South," by William Garratt Brown, a Tragedy of the Ante-Bellum Days— "The Two Vanrevels," a Romance of Indiana, by Booth TarkIngton — News and Gossip of Literary World. JiTHEL. Written by J. J. Bell. Published by Harper Hroth/>rs. of New York. For sale In Rilehmond by tho Bell Book & Stationery Company. Price, $1. The extraordinary popularity achieved by J. J. Bell in his "Wee Macßrecßor," on* of the most oharmlnK of tlw spring publication*, will bespeak for tho author's latest venture nn Immediate and cordial recognition. Thoro firo several thlnfffl to bo commanded In his "Ethel." which has just appeared In tha book world. Tho Crst and feromost of these Is, that It concerns Itself with the *nyinpfi and dolnps of twe lovers, nnfl. despite what tho world may t...

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

C Greatest Monument in the World's History. (Spcclnl Correspondence to The TlmesDlspatch.) BOSTON, MASS., .Tune 20.-Whether It will ftver be nrected or not, who knows? tt will cost money, a great deal of money, an Judged by European Blondards. though nothing olarmlnß when one consldern tha nßgrefcftte of American wealth. Tho price of three or four battleships or of one flr»tclaßfi university would compass It—perheps will compnss It. But tho present fea. trfc of Interest 1« that thn thing Is pos(>iblo—ls a perfectly feasible engineering proposition. Once erected, It would stand n« a monumont to the greatness and achievements of th« American people from tt« birth to thn present day, the most tremendous structure of Its kind trer planned by man nines tho days of «r.o Tower of Babel; thfl greatest Hnslo thing In tho -world In Immensity of dealfrn and about the blKßent thing In physical dimensions that could ever b« projected whlln building mntorlnls nro what they nre. Indeed,...

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

c The Newest Things to Adorn Fair women. Should Be Wives Not j Husband's Servants, j By MILDRED CHAMPAGNE. There are but few ■women who nre true helpmeets to their husbands, hence the many cases of martial unhapplness. ' Most women look forward to marriage as tho aim and end of their existence. This Is a true and undeniable fact In , splto of much that Is said to the contrary. Higher education and the innum- : erable and varied "careers" that are now . held out to women, that give them prestige alonK various lines, nnd make them ] self-supporting, does not, as so many ; wiseacres declare, make marriage a ; secondary consideration. It always has been, and natural that ; It 6hould be, tho desire of every true . woman to becomo a good wife and moth- i er. To marry the man of her choice Is, ] then, her chief consideration,- hut, alas, , it is often her only consideration. To ihis end all her strivings aro directed. From the age of five till the time that (ho has accomplished her solo pu...

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

o It* >* Clever Stories For Our Boys said GirLs. $? In STORIES NEXT SUNDAY Tlio editor of tlio children's pagis ncluiowkdccs with t>lf!H«urn llio receipt of b eh lld Mil 'fl nonsotiso Ptory from Mrs. V. \Vftts6ft Kii'ina, of tills rlty. Tlio ptory nppnnr.H In this Issue, anil tho ■ editor would lie Kl«d to lifivo many morn like It. from UwpQ Trho aro lnteteKted In The Tlmcs-Dlspatch Contributors' Club and ltn micer.'p». Tlio ncopo of this club lian wlflcncd as Its membership incrnncos, «n<l thn con1111 1 1 1 1 ■ 1 1 1 • •i■ m of thin week are. gratifying, by reason of their diversity of eubject matter nnd their merit. Next week It Is hoped that tho department In rnnateur photography will l>f> gotten tinder wny and Hint n now intnrcßt will be developed among tho Contributors' Club. Tim editor would like to hear from ths members as to tho manner In which their summer will be ppent, and vrhnt nbjorln will chiefly onßiiKO thtlr nUen...

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

ALPHONSE AND GASTON AND THEIR FRIEND LEON IN AFRICA. They Are Presented with a Trained Gorilla by a ISTative Chief. own^t. i«i, tf»n H»m orm 0,1,.,, n)Kh M n^mi TTIE TIMES-DISPATCH, RICHMOND, VA., JUNE 21, 1903.

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

. __— .1.-1 '■ . ■ ■ . ■ .■■.■.,■.—..--.—-.. 1....1..11 11. ■■■Mil ■■ th/S.l.? Wch: SBBBBEB S: I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,273. WILL REAR ITS HEAD SKYWARD Work Will Begin Soon on First Skyscraper. NEW BUILDING A SPLENDID STRUCTURE It Is to Be tho Home of the American National Bank. IT WILL BE EIGHT STORIES IN HEIGHT Tho Cost Will Ba Not Lm Ihan Ono Hundred and Sixty Thousand Dollars—The Building Dealgned Especially for Offlceu— Ha Architecture Will Bo of a New Style. The ■erection at Richmond's first «ky»craper IS a notable event. It speaks •well for the city that It la to bo a bank building, and not only bo, but the homo o£ the youngest ot Uio national banks of the city. It is proof positive ot the financial growth ar.d importance of Richmond. . , ,-.„.. This splondld. atructuro la to stand at the southeast corner of Main and Tenth Streets, and la to be owned by the American National Bank. It In to bo a combined bank and ofllce building, .fluid 1b the first modern structure whlca is dealKn-...

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

JJ THE KING IS A DINER-OUT Has Not Abandoned Practice Since His Accession. LIKES AMERICAN GIRLS Due Largely to His Influence that the American Beauty is Such a Success in Merry Old England. By PAUL LAMBETH. Special Cable to The Times- Dispatch. Copyright, 1003.) IjONDON*. Juno 20.— Slnco his accession in tiio throwe Kliis EJdwanMs keeping up Ills character as an inveterate «llner-out, jmd when In town lie Very frequently honors sumo old friends by dining: at their tnble. Although ihese visits are quite private, nnd arc rnrfily mentioned In tlie Court Circular, the etiquette or entertaining royalty is always strictly dbnerved. Thus, a JJst nf guests to bo asked Is invariably' submitted to His, Majesty, and nt table ho Is served by his own servant. The presence- of the Kins imposes n certain restraint on tlio compnny. and nt • thefce dinner parties conversation never becomes really general. The careful selection of pnesta and the, invariably tactful management nC, the King's hosts and...

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

A Saleslady, tmlesglrl, saleswoman, shopirfri, store girl— which of the?*- appelntlonß most aptly suit the jjlrl who stands behind the counter In the stores of our largo cities. "We call a man so employed, ft clerk or Ralccman; we would never think of Baying sales gentleman or store man or shop man or sales boy; besides we do not call our stores shops as do the nnglfph; then why shoulrl we say dhopRlrls? It would nppear, then, that saleswoman Is really the proper word, although It Is loss used, perhaps, than nny of the others. Store-Rlrl is the one most commonly heard, and so for convenience we will use It throughout this diRCURSion; notwithstanding, Romo of the girls are women, upon whose heads the snows of many winters have left their whitening tfiuei), nnd In whose faces may be seen tho lines of care traced by , many a sorrow, nnd, others are mere children who hsin-e scarcely reached their teens. In tho early morning hurrying from every quarter of our city come the storeg"rls Int...

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

I The Times-Dispatch *nMrfth*l Hatty mi 3 Weekly flt No. 4 Kotlh T«nUi Street, Richmond, Vn, Entered January 27, 1903, at Richmond. Vn., us SecondClass Mfliter, under Act of Conjjres* of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH U •old at 2 ennfs a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ►old nt, 5 rents n. copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail— Ml cents n month: $fI.OO a year, $2.60 for b!x months) $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH liy nidll $2.00 a yenr. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. Incltidtnpr Sunday, fn Richmond nnd Manchester, by Carrier, 12 cent* per weekj or 50 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Currier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 rear. All Unsigned Communications will bo refected. Rejected Communications will not be returned tiniest Hecompnnlen 1 by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. 610 East Broad Street. SUNDAY, JUNE 21. 1508. From June Ist the price of The TlmeaDlspateh, delivered by carrier within tho corporate limits of Richm...

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

ft The Hummer Rlrl In thft swlnjr ot thn nenHOrt mnkes licrnolf rnndy for her campaign nt tho Beaßliorn nnd mountain rapnrt, for a trnnn-Atlantlc tour or for exploratlrjnn In Japan. Onco she Imr mndo up hor mind rlii» knows no hesitation, nnd whern'ver shn may turn up shn Is as cool, an Jaunty nnd np splf-pnusesfxvl as possible. In nirhinond them In a growing tendency on the part of innlds and rrntrona to ko for the fiiimmor abroad. This year n number of partifs are traveling; nn the conlln^nt or spending their time In Hie nrlllsli iPlfn. Mlfbph ncrtl« nnd Oretchrn Noltlntf left Hlrhmnnd In Kchruary for lh» Bft«t with Miss Maria ntalr. They have been joined by Mrs. nnd Miss Xollliir, nnd tlin wholn family will bo for the summer In Oermnny. Mrs. Clmrl-s P. atnkr* .in<l Minx AllTi* will summer In the British Ihlos, dividing their tlm« between Mrs. StokcV sister In 7,0n<50n nnfl other friends In Ireland and Scotland. AmoiiK the younf? Indies who have gor,i nbroad ...

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

s HOSTESSES AND GUESTS Summer Social Courtesies Many In Norfolk. MANY HOUSE PARTIES Mrs. Killiam Entertains In Honor of the Guest — Lieutenant Read and Bride Visiting Relatives in Newport News. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) NORFOLK, VA., June 20.— Mrs. Frederick M. KJlllam entertained at cards Monday afternoon at her home. In Duka Street, in honor of her guest, Miss Bevan, of Baltimore. There were two tables of eight-hand euchre, and a prize for each table. They were won by Miss Anna Taylor, who received a set of collars and cuffs, and Miss Elizabeth Wlnn received a. pair of cuff pins. Miss Lillian Kensett drew the consolation, a pocketbook. Mrs. Kllllam's guests were Miss Bevan, Miss Nellie Little, Miss Anna Taylor, Miss FnJth iFarquhar, of Sajidy Spring, Md.; Miss Portia Baldwin, of Berryvllle; Miss Mary Lloyd, of East Orange, N. J. ; Misses Belle and Cornelia Troxtun, Miss Josephine Cooke, Miss Alice Old, Miss Helen Taylor, Mlsa Alive Kelly, Miss Bessie Grandy, Miss Lillian Ke...

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

GLORY OF VIRGINIA Her Summer Resorts the Delight of Thousands. CHERISH SOCIAL HISTORY The Old White the Scene of Many Distinguished Gatherings In the Past as Now — The Warm and Rock Alum and Many others. In turning to the list of namea which make Up the goodly number of Virginia ■urnmar resorts, that of tho White Sulphur Springs cornea naturally uppermost in tho mind, as asßOolated with nil that through past years and down to tho present time has furnished, and still furnishes, the brightest and most sparkling exposition of southern social life in the full measure of its beauty, its grace and Its refinement. Looldnc backward through tho i-lnta of years entered on the White fiulphur cal- A CHARACTERISTIC WHITE SULPH\K GROUP IN THE SIXTIES OF THE LAST CENTURY, grudcr and General McCauscland. ;,-;; ■.. . endar, one can easily check them off by the narration In detail of beauty's triumphs, and by a reversion to unusual and notable gatherings, bringing together the loveliness, the wit an...

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

* VIRGINIA EDITORS _.<*<* - — \ :■.;■.;■.;;; ' -= & & WHA T THEY THINK. Norfolk County Politics. The Norfolk Comity Times pays: It tnkps n lot of unmitigated frail to ask the State Central Committee to force a majority of the Democrats of Norfolk county into n primary that la to be run by the same crowd who would not even allow IVmocrate to vote last fall. It would take a lot of forcing t.-> get pomp of the best Democrats of tho county into such a primary, too. Inventor Bibb. Editor Bltt\ of the Louisa News, Is no longer Editor Bibb, but Inventor Bibb. He hns Fold the News to Mr. Robert A. Crawford, who hns phimgpd the name to .Enterprise. In Ills .«nlutntion, Mr. Crawlord says: "In assuming the proprietorship and management of the Enterprise, It gives me great pleasure to know thnt I hnve the heartiest pood tvishes of my friend. Mr. Bibb, who, from now on, •will devote his entire time and wellknown talents to perfecting n.n i...

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

TRADING SLUGGISH Disappointing Statement Carried Prices Downward. DEALINGS PROFESSIONAL All tho News of the Day Was of an Unfavorablo Character, and Effect Was Depressing on Prices — Bonds Wore Sympathetic. (By AsEOciatcd Pross.) NKW YORK, Juno ao.— To-day's stock market mado both© headway ae >L i»st oarly depression, which Bocmcd. to bo reflected from London, but tho disappointing banks' lUatemont carried prlccT to below ]a.«t nlßrit'ti lovel all around, jTho trading throughout wns languid, unOtho movement of prices very filufjglHh. '^ory few transactions were of an orlKiu ■;?utsldo tho board room. Somo nupport flamed to bo accorded to tho United Bl.ites Btcel stocks and tho coalers. The continuance, of tills year's schcdiilo of prices for Btecl proiluctH and tho announcement of tlio placing of largo ordcro for Bteel rails helped thn ftoel Blocks, and wan nn encouraging faotor for thn whole market. There wore Kome Hpficla] point* of wenknesu. notiibiy smelting. Its decli...

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

10 Will Have Ifs Planning Upturned in the Prices Made to Close Large Lots. The Muslin Underwear Sale Will Appeal to All Richmond. There are a whole store full that were in the greater part priced one-half and more. 463 pairs Lndics* Muslin Drawers, the bargain price of which has been 19 and 26c, 15c. a pair; 20c ones will be 10c. Tlio 50c. ones nre marked 2Pc, One of the Best Makers of Corset Covers, IPe. ones for lS'^c 110 do/-rn elaborately trimmed on ps for 25 n. Corsftt Covers, in various styles, value up to $].00, for 50c. 170 Dozen Gowns, goods that cost to $2.00, choice OSc. Those that were 70c will bo BOc. Large lot of Gowns, best 5Cc value, will be sold for 35c 17 Dozen Muslin Skirts, trimmed in lace or embroidery. £1.50 to $1.88 values, choico 98u. $1.75 to $2.50 values for $1.20 % Tucked nnd embroidered, average up to $1.25, for 70c. A lot of Cambric Skirts, about 60 dozen, will be sold for 45c Your Boys' Wash Suits, Now or never, 25, 35. 05, 70c. and $1.00 will buy wash ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 June 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 June 1903

nin timkr. rouNnr.i) ism;, i THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1830. I SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. .Turin M.— Forecast for Tnfßrtny and Wednesday: Virginia— Rain Tuesday, fallowed by cir'iiring in soiilhwfvt portion; frrnh to brink nnst winds. Wodnwilny f»lr. North Carolina— Showers Tiiefcday, except fair In extreme west portion. WrOTiosday fair, warmer; frr-sh tri brisk Hhlfllng winds, becoming west. Tho temperature wns plonsnnt vcfltdny, tho hjorcury nevrr rlHlng vorv high Iti tho tut/0. Aftr>r nlKhtfnll the eky bnriimo ovrrcn<<t, nnd thirn v.'it how r.'iin^ full. Jlnln in nxpected to-dny by tho Weather prophets. r HTATR OF TUB THERMOMETER. P A. M 70 12 M SO S P. M Xl ti V. M "3 11 p. m r,n 12 midnight 88 Avcmro 731-0 Jllrhost temppriiturn yplrrday SI l/owofit temp'-ruiuro yesterday 69 Mean teinpcrnturn yesterday '"> Normal temperature for .lun« 76 Departure from ruirmai tomporaturo.. W rreelpltntlou during |ia«t 2i hour?.... 00 M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 June 1903

2 Tark ttMb into Klphtecnth Sheet. « w.is No. MR, manned by K. .T Smith and I>nvl<l Beldman, both young men. who KHVP Nfw York n.-» their home. A number of rmpsensers were, on board, bound for Churcli Mill. Tim cir BUftCfSsfullj ran the r.auntlet and cleared Ihe crowd !lt Eighteenth and Bfoad. At Twcnly ninth Street rui open switch delnycn Ino progress of tho cur nnd n little shake-up was experienced, rollcemen Bakor, of the First District, and Murray, of ths Third. wore on tho car. A jisssenßer, wimsn n.-unn emild not bo lMTned. was Fllßlilly hllH. TIo got off. ns dlrl a lad? with n" stnnll child, nnd tho tat proceeded on tho way to Its destination. Eventful Trip. On tli" return trip tho enr was closed to passengers. The cuflfllnS on one side were, drawn mid tho pates Wtfft snut. Officers Baker nnd Murray, i-armrn Smith «n<l Seldmau. nn unknown moinrman nnd two others wore "dart. The two latter were supposed to ha\e oecn guards of the car. At about ...

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