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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 June 1903

WEDDINGS IN MANCHESTER Roberts - Wilkinson Nuptials Early This Morning. CITY COUNCIL TO MEET To Give Expression On the Strike Situation—Rocky Ridgers to Walk, Wllliams-Baird Marriage—Mayor's Court— Personal. Manchester Bureau Tlmes-DiFpnlclvt No. r,O2IIuH Street. J Mr. Alexander N. Roberts and Miss Rosa I,e/>. Wilkinson will be married nt the residence of the- bride's parents, No. 217 West Sixth Street", at 7:30 this morning, by Rev. R. M* Chandler, pastor of Central Methodlßt Church. ' Mrs. B/Htfo llnrrlßori will play the woddlng march; Mr, wiikie c,. Freeman will net as bout man, nnd Miss Kva Robertson jis maid of honor, nnd Messrs. ]'hlllp T. Ftmio and George B. Davidson will net ns Tho groom, Is nn employe of the Southern Railway, holding the position of night foreman of tho machine shops, nnd Is very popular among Ills many friends. Tim bride Is a daughter of Mr. J. K. Wilkinson, and Is very pretty anrl accomplished. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts will leave on tlw 8:40 train ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 June 1903

» The Times-Dispatch PtiMffined Dally Mid Weekly ftt No. 4 Norih Tenth Street, Richmond, Vn. Entered January 27, 1003, at Richmond, Vru, ns SecondClftM Matter, under Act of Cot!£r* M of March 8, 1879. tie DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH !s sold at 2 cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is told nf B cents ft copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mfiW— R0 cents n month : $5.00 a rear. 52.80 for six months; 51..80 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a roar. The BAIXY TIMES-DISPATCH. lnclmHng Sunday, in Richmond nnd Man* Chester, by Carrier, 12 centa per week, or 50 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, fi cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 61.00 venr. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not bo returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 810 East Broad Street. TUESDAY, JtTNEJ 23, 1908. Prom Juno Ist the price of The TimesDlspatoh, delivered by carrier within the corporate limits of Richmon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 June 1903

SERMOPS ON THE JTRIKE Pastors Appe* for OrdGr an(l Earlyettlemont. ATTENDA^E ABOUT SAME Suspension (Par Traffic Seems Not lo Have HsMuch Effect on Sizo of.Con'egations— What Mr. jve Had to Say. I „ i'rom seval of the pulpits Of. Richmond on Sr^ay there went forth appeals to tho Btt'irs to Htand by their Intention to reserve law and order In tho city, In sc'nr at loa-st as they are thatn' bolvph coifriifid, nnd an invocation that a Dlvlno'rovldence would overrule the whole uprtunate controversy for good and luifJi an amicable adjustment pi tho Mff^nccß between the company and theicn. Thn nendance., on the whole, seems not to dye boon seriously affected by tho mnenHlon . of the car inifllc. Ko much Ithls true tbit many hnvo seized upon tiff an mi example of the greut truth ir which th»y have long been contenng— that the running of street cars ft Sunday Is a needless desecration of the^ord'B day. At least on this one day t* congregations came, the strike to th^ontrary notwithstanding, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 June 1903

o. KISHINEFF MEETING Protest Against Outrages. THE MILITARY INSPECTED 1 The Government Officers' Boathouse and Bathhouse in tho Rear of the Chamberlin Burned— A Launch Destroyed; One Damaged. (Special to The Timcs-Dispntcli.) NEWPORT NKAVS, VA., Juno 22.-In iccordanco with tho proclamation recently Issued by Mayor Moss, a big muss meetliik was held at the coiirthouso to-nlfiht for tho purpose of protesting agaltißt tho recent outrages against the Jews In Rus»ln. A lengthy resolution was adopted condemning tho treatment of the Jews and uniting with citizens of cities all over tho country In calling upon tho nuth ritlcs to take Borne stops to protect then . In the absence of tho Mayor, \sho is out of the city, the mooting Was presided over by Mr. D. 8. Jones, president oC tlio Among the spnakera were Rev. Dr. J, W. Porter, pastor oC the First Baptist Church' Rev. 35. T. Wellford, pastor of Iho First Presbyterian Church; Rev. George W. Wray, pastor of Tr.lnity Methodist Church; Roy. K....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 June 1903

GOVERNOR'S DAUGHTER Miss Aycock Operated on for Appendicitis. SOME NEW ENTERPRISES filato Board of Education Called to Ac on the Consolidation of Seven Normal Schools— Swedish Decorator to Be Cremated. (Spenlsl to The Tlmffl-Dliipatch.) rtALBIOH, N. C, June 22.-Thfl operation performed on the eldest daughter Of Governor Ayoook, Ml.»s Alice, for apppndlclllft, m tho Wilson Sflnltorlum, Friday, In proving eminently successful. Tha condition of tho patient Is reported vary Mtißfictory. The flrnt corporation Chartered with n* much ns tfOO.OOQ capital for qulto n. while X* th« Minn Manufacturing Company, of ChSrlotte, Just given norporatn life Thft manufacture nnd nalo of nil kinds nf machlnory, Iniplnmentu, etc. Tho Incorponitors nro George B. Hlrb, John M. Rhodes and J. O'Donoßhuc. TO BE CREMATED. Thn remains of Mnrtln J. Nordstrnm, tho Hwedo shrdlu who fell from hln window In Pnrko Hotel Thursday morning nnd KUltalnod fatal Injury, were uhlpiiod tn Now York to-day, nnd will bo cremate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 June 1903

8 Cretno is a cigar of invariable goodness that is sold in every town and at the one price 0(5 cents. Any one that sells it for less does so with the endeavor to reflect on Crcmo quality at the cost of profit. The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World. The Band ia ihe Smoker's Protection. TO LAUNCH GALVESTON The Event Is Now Set for To-, Morrow Afternoon. JUDGE GRINNAN WINNER Withdraws His Order After the Government Agreed th.it the Creditors Shall Own the Vessel Until theMatter is Legally Settled The Galveston Is now In the possession of the United States, and will bo launched to-morrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The outcome of tho matter Is a complete victory for Judge Daniel Grinnan, of the Chancery Court, of this city, over Secretary of the Nairy Moody and AttorneyGeneral Kno.x, both of whom favored sending armed force hero to seize the vessel, being held by the Chancery Court. In the face of the wishes of Secretary Moody and of the written opinion of the learned Attorney...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 June 1903

CLOSING OF ST. PETER'S Session of the School Comes . to an End. THE ROLLS OF HONOR Full List of Those Who Won" Medals and Honorable Mention. Has Had Qood Year. The closing ezflrcloeß of St. Petor's linal reports Indicates that tli/s seaBlon ort tho wholo has been an excellent one. Tho total enrollment was 177. The Bchool which Is directed by Brother MarQellus. will reopen Tuesday, September Bth. Followlnß arc tho rolls of honor ahd tlio medals awards: ACADEM\" CLABS. Cortincatoß for General ProflcloncyJamca M. Purcoll. William O. 13. Leonard. Edßar J. Donahoo, Leo P. Duggan. Franclb ,T. MCDonough, Joseph R. O'Nell, Cornellu* J. Poh, Caesar P. Maeslo, Thomaa J. O'Toolc, Joseph H. Hahen. * Gold Medal— Jamfs M. Purccll, William O. B. I^eonard. > GOId Medal for Progress-II DlvlslonJamos A. Kamsoy, Henry M. Hushes. Gold Medal for Christian DoctrineJames M. Purcell, William O. B. Leonard, Cornelius J. Poh, James A. Ramsey. • Honorable Mention for Christian Doc-trine-Henry M. Hu...

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

no DRIFT WAS DOWNWARDS Effort to Put Up Prices Was Abandoned Early. CLOSING WAS AT LOWEST There Was Scattered Liquidation and Acute Weakness In Some Issues. News Unfavorable for a Rise. Bonds Dull and Weak, <By Associated Pres.».) NEW YOHK, June 22.— There w.ns a briefly entertained purpose this moiniiiK to put up jiriros l>ut it was soon abandoned nnd (lie stock market whs nllowed to drift for the fp.>=t of thn, day. Scattered liquidation from various quarters and rather acute weakness r<t n tew The ne\vg of the day wns not favorable to arise, nnd the early attempt to put up prices secrp.ed to bo manipulative nnd do-Blg-ned tn Contest t.he effect of the poor tank ptatemont of Saturday, The announcement of gold exports was tho Flffnal for prices to turn downwards. Tho outgo of gold also gavv renewed effect to Saturday's hank statement and tho •weather map for the day, bring unfavorable for the corn and cotton crops as well as for the harve...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 June 1903

HELP WANTED— FEMALE. LADIES! Good pay, oaßy work ; your own locality, spare hours ; invMtlgale. Address ACME, esrn this ofTlce. KIRKWOOD, 1209 E. Main Strtet, wants two WAITHESSF-S nt once, A^l EXPERIEHCED CASHIER w.antfld: referpneca hs to hoicp*tr Me.! wnsl l>» nn<|nc« llonable. AMies, MtffllOAti ItAJtWAt CO; Itnrnl Ttouto 8, Fullon Tsrlt, Fair nskd, Vs. HELP WANTBD— MALE. JDEBIRABLE POSITIOMB SECURF.D— W« can »«rIM you In ceeurlng • rleKlrsliln position; It ■•ttnrK not where yn'l 'It.- nr nhst your or. ♦Bpnilon. i.rofpf«lon or trnd> tniy h«. Writ" to day nnd lrarti how. NATIONAI/ HPHINKRH OPPORTtJNITY <O.MPANV. Suite 02-M, Mom* T.lfe nnlldlng, Washlnglon. V. 0. WANTED, a BOY of good habits for ortica and othpr work. Addroi, will) references, "QUICK," Hor No. 170. WANTED, twcnty-flvo able-bodied colored MEN for (renornl workj wdspb, $1.10 ppr dny. Amily Monday monilnK nl 7 A. M., W. H. KINIIIWIVATBBi Kuri'tniin, American I/»Comotlte Comp...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 June 1903

12 Miller & Rhoads. j Miller Jsf Rho&ds. Warner Rust Proof CORSETS The "Gladys" $2.00. ' Made of very light weight Batiste trimmed with wash Ribbon top and bottom.. Tho hip is medium length and tho entire finish of the Corset makes it an especially suitable garment for summer— tho rust proof steels being a great advantage when ono perspires freely. $LSO For Shirt-Waist Suits Worth $3.00. About 40 Suits left over from tho great salo of last week— Blue nndWliitc Lawns, Black andWliite Lawns and Solid Colored Oxford Cloths 51.50 each. /m/^^ySC^^ I Social and I | personal I SHKyS-^nT^ unusually noticeable. . . T if Purheps of Marlborotieh, tlio lender of Aimio-American socioty, WWM lowned In vcrv pale blue soft silk with foTcbes of hlac. which effective. The Duchess of^Manchesler^ on Thursday, which was Cup IJ.U. waa KSwied In embroidered silver nnrl Pon-^UPIo Duchess of Mnncliflstei, a tonot of different shades of lavC Mrs. "Foxh'all'lCeene was resplendent .„ b ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 June 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 June 1903

THE TIMES. FOUNDED 1886. I THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 18S0. | SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, June 21.— Forecast for £)njrsdn.y and Friday: Virginia— Cloudy Thursday, showers in rmitii portion. Friday showers, light to frosh wind*, mostly east. North Carolina— Occasional showers Thursday and Friday; light to fresh cast Itvlnds. Tho events of the day were more torrid than tho weather yesterday, w.hlch was exceedingly pleasant for this tirrio of year. Kor to-day tho forecast Is clouds with •showers, nnd a like schedule has been prepared for to-morrow. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. P A. M 6$ 12 M J6 B P. M < i« 6 P. M <J P P. M 5' 12 midnight •_& Average "2" 2 plgh«r,t temperaturo yesterday £7 Ijowpst tompcraturo yesterday « Mean temperature yesterday w Normal tomperaturo for June iv Departure from normal temperature.. 0b Precipitation during past 21 hour*.... 00 MINIATURE ALMANAC. Juno 35, 1903. Hun risen 4:61 | HIGH TIDE. Bun sots 7:83 I Mornin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 June 1903

Ie struck, and tho car Itself was badly laged. The military declared that, they 0 impotent-unable to go beyond the f'ow moments before Ihis n. shot— iln/1 from Fomewherc— lind struck In pyp a guard on ono of tho cars corndown, nnd when th« second of those going began to follow the other, re bullets began to fly. Shielded by darkness, several porsons threw ties, nnd one of them, flying true to mart, landed with force In the face „. the molorman. . Then began the real trouble. Just how It. nil canio to pass nobofly knows, but in a few moments shots were flying right ' And left, and men were seatterinp on all eidos and sprawling over tho ground in various directions and positions. It Js impossible to state which side opened fire first Pistols In the hands of mobbere went popping ana ■udden spurts of flamo flashed from the Dido of the car. followed by loua reports and showers of bird shot. At first the Kunrdß fired In the air. but with th<j ■rcond volley they turned the guns ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 June 1903

STRIVING TO UPHOLD LAW (Continued From First Pape.) Btreets, or between Lombardy nnd Vino. From the best Information attainable the Kbootlng occurred Just as the cars were crossing the city line Into tho county. Many wild, conflicting rumors are nfloat hh to tho causes nnd provocation for the shootng, which was done by guards of the company on the cars. It seems to be fairly well established that Home ono flrede Into a car, striking the motorman over the right eye. There wan a moment's hesitation, and, according to some reports, another shot was fired at the car, whereupon the force of guards on the oar opened flre upon the crowds on both Bides, discharging shotguns loaded with squirrel shot and striking at ledst six persons. Some reports plnce ths number wounded at nine. The Injured are peppered with shot, one of tho most seriously hurt having about fifty shot In the back. A boy twelve or fourteen years old was phot over the eye nnd in the right breast. The list emntloned elsewhere...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 June 1903

I The Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly at No. 4 Kerlh Tent* Street, Richmond, Vft. Entered January 27, ICO3, »t Richmond, Va., as SecondClam Matter, trader Act of Ooagnu of March », 1870. Tlie DAILY TIMRS-DISPATCH !« •old at 2 cents a copy. The StJWDAY TIMES-DISPATCH U iold at 5 cent* a oopv. DAILY TIHM-DISPATCH by mutt— BO cents a month j $5.00 a year. $2.60 for six month* j il.Bo For three months. STTNJTAY TIMBS-DISPATCH by mall 12.00 a year. The DAItY TMBS-DISPATCH. Inchiding Smiday, !n Richmond and Manchester, by Carrier, 12 cent* per week, or 50 cents per month. Tha SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents p* r w*ek. The WEBBXY TIMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 rear. AD Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Oormmmfettlons will not bo returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. Bid East Broad ' Street, THtXRITDA, JURS 18, 1008. from Jtane Ist toe price of The TlmesWspateh. delivered ty carrier within the corporate limjts of Richmond an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 June 1903

BEGIN WORK TO-NIGHT Judge Witt Turns Over Grand Jury Papers, MUST BE KEPT SECRET ___________ Municipal Investigation Will Start Out With Examination Into Allegations of .Capt. Chas. Gaaser Con* cernlng Old St. Committee Judge S. B. Witt, of the Hustings Court, yesterday entered an order turning over ths records in the recent grand Jury Investigation to Hon. John B. Minor, chairman of tho Municipal Investigating Committee, which will hold its first real lesslon at tho City Hall at room No. 6 to-night, beginning at 8:» o'clock. The order of the court, In pursuance ol Ihe policy of the law, which is not to dlrulga the secret* of the grand Jury room, illows the records to be Inspected by City Attorney Pollard under the direction ol Ihe committee, but enjoins all to secrecy md requires safe return to the court. ORDER OF THE COURT. Tho order of the court is as follows; "Tho Judgo of thin court having reteWed a communication from John B. Minor, chairman of the Joint Committee of Investigat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 June 1903

* BREAK UP THE GANG Norfolk Justice After Alleged Shanghalers. THE MARINE ENGINEERS Alleged Assailant Held Under Bond, Mann Law Executed— A Mangled Body Found — Other Matters. iSpeclal to The Times-Dispatch.) NOK/-UL.K, VA., June i'4.— Justice Taylor declared that he Intended to break up the gang when the cases of John Dood, iiilUs Scotty, and Frank Ward were before him in the Police Court thle morning on the charge of Interfering- with justice. The charge was preferred by Sergeant Taylor, of the police force, who testified that they tried to take the witness from the court In the case of James P. Batrunon. a sailor, who charged that he had been swindled. Simmon wan In court ready to testify with the officer to the same effect. Justice Taylor refers to the practice of shangbalng. He maintains that t hero Is a gang; of men here and In Newport News which Is occupied in the business of swindling sailors and putting them on ships by force or fraud. That Is what he means to break up. He ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 June 1903

TO BUILD BIG PLANT Tobacco Men of Raleigh to Foster the Trade. ERECT THE NEW HOSPITAL Company Chartered With 820,000 Capital for this Purpose— Seaboard Wreckage Clearad Away-WIII Soon Complete Church. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) fiAXJEJIidH, N. C, Jun 23.—Work becin to-day on a big staara ordering plant and «temjrnery for the Raleigh Tobacco Company, the stockholders In which are probably one hundred and fifty of the most prominent business men of the city banded together for the fostering of the Raleigh market. The next tobacoo season opens here August 4th. and It Is proposed to have the new plant completed very soon thereafter. The tobacco crop horeabouta Is reported to bo Inferior to that of last season. However, the aweaee U. consideraWy greater," and It Is possible that, with favdrable weather conditions from now on. -the quality may not be as Inferior •m It Is now feared that it Will be. The Planters' Hardware Company, of Wadfcsboro. was chartered to-day, with' a. subscri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 June 1903

HELP WANTED—FEMALEWANTED, a eolered SERVANT for general hrn'f work. Apply -RM West Cary Street. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE^ IWAVTKD, a »ltn«tl»n fey a competent iroman t« rto Unadrv work or c<v>k in a. rMtunrant or not*!. Afr'T pr »''*•*•» M. I>. 0., ?1S N. Rtrih Strfft. A TOTING LADY of sdueaMen md refinement d«tlreß a position as Menofrrapher and typewriter; r>»*t of references: nlso vrwild accept snbutjfnte situation fot summer. AddrMH Miss VIRGINIA, care this offlc*. HELP WANTED— MALE. SAKERB WANTED; two good baker* st once. NEW TOKK BAKERY. WANTED, a BOY ot "young MAN with «»m» •rnortencc In feeding a Job press. HARRIS PRINTING CO., 1803 E«»t Franklin Street. DESIRABLE POSITIONS SECURED— We caa nuttrrs not wheif yon live or what yonr r>c mpiitlon, profession or trnrte msy he. write t«-d»v »nd lenrn how. NATIONAL TiFSINESS OrrriRTPNITY COMPANY, Suite 82-23, Homo KAte Bnlldlnft. Washington. P. C. WANTED, sn experienced furnitu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 June 1903

MARKET IS UNSETTLED Dealings Were Too Small to Be of Consequence. IN PROFESSIONAL HANDS These Shrank from Carrying Prlcei Far In Either Direction— United States Steel Bonds Were Car* Wed Down— Sales Small. (By Asmrlated Press.) NKW yoitK, June 21.— Very little can po Feathered of prevailing speculative *,entlm<Mit from tho movnment of prices In to-day's Mock market. For ono reason deallnga were 100 email to bo of iiny con•eqtioncf!, snfl. were ntlll entirely In the hanfls of professional traderc. Tha movotnont of prices was oo confllctlnK and so constantly Iluctuatln? as to leave no room for consistent inferences ns to the motives that promoted tho operations. There wna ■omo degree of atrongth in the rnorniner, which seemed to he a nlmplo continuation of j-egtordny'B late rally. I>apt prices, however, aro generally lower than last night. Probably tho real reason for this Ik that prices advanced ynsterday. In tha prciv-ailln? doubt nnd timidity of tho board room...

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