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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

WILMINGTON MARRIAGES Miss Emily E. Wlnstead the Bride of Mr. R. E. Blake. WON CHARLOTTE BRIDE Mr. James H. Taylpr' of Wilmington ?nd Miss Mamie L. McLean, o ' Charlotte, Were Married on Wednesday Evening. (Special to The Times-Dlspatoh.) WILMINGTON, N, C, May 2,,-Thle has been a week of marriages, In which Wllmlngtonlans wore largely Interested, end all of thorn wore of moro than pass? ing Interest to tho community. Thursday ofternoon at ?'10 o'clock, at the First Baptist Churoh, Miss Emily Estolle Wlnstead, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aloxandor S. Wlnstead, and Mr. Raymond Hlmoro Blaka, a well known young business man, wore united In matrimony 1.?}? Rev. Calvin S. Blackwell, of Norfolk, Va., In the presence of a large assemblago of friends. Tho usli?i'f vere Messrs. George Harold, Oscar Mor? ris, W. L. Wllllford and H. T. Baker. Miss Ethel Holden was maid of honor and Mr. Robert C. Sloai best man. Mr, and Mrs. Blako loft on tho evening train for(the North. "i csterday afternoon nt fi ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

THE COMING ARTEXHIBIT Is to Open May 16th and Con? tinue Through the Month. IN OLD CRENSHAW HOUSE Will Probably Equal the Great Annuals Given In New York?Splendid Work Done by the Present Teacher. Notes and Gossip. ! (By Mis? I.uoy S. Coleman.) In tho coming exhibition of art In Rich? mond, there Is a wonderful treat In store . for the lowers of pictures, aa this will 'surpass any ever Held in thle olty. The exhibition will open May .16th, and will continue throughout the month. It will take placo In the spacious old Cronshaw house, on the cornor of Main and Adams Streets. Every arrangement for modern lighting and placing of pictures has been mudo by the commltteo In charge, and thoro Is no doubt that this one will equal any of the great annuals given In Now York. Although this Is called tho eighth i annual exhibition of the Richmond Art t?Glub, It Is .In reality only tho second ono ?of tho work of .professional artists, which ? makes Its excellence but the greater mat *'ter of wond...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

AUCTION SALBS-MONtJAV. """"""'?'eal Estate Trust Company, Real Untato Auctioneers, No. 1107 E. Malfa Street y^?CTlON BALE _ ??????? ?/)?? IN HIC?HLANXJ PARK? By virtue of a deed of tftmt dated Oeto ber *>, 1d?2, and recorded In ?the clerk*? office. Henrlco CoUhty Court, D. B, it? ?, ?, 17?, default havltig been made In th? payment of the note secured thereby, and being required so to do by the note holder, we will nell at public auction, on the eremitico, on . _. V MONDAY, MAT 4, 1908, ?t 4 o'clock P, M,, sixteen lots In the plan ef Highland Park, Henrloo county, to-wlt? Lots 7 and 1 In square 4, Lots 8 and ? In stjuare 'it, Lot 4 in square 5, Lot 18 In square 80, Lot 15 In square 87, Lot 14 In square 88, Lot 7 In square 30, Lot,4 In square 31, Lot 28 In square 20, Lot 6 In square 28, Lot 20 In square 14, Lot S In ? square 15, Lot 2 In square 10, Lot 18 In square 83. as designated on the Plat of the Highland Perk Co. TERMS?Onsh as to the costs of ex? ecuting this trust, taxe*), a...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

ONE CENT A WORD? MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, CathtnAdvino? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAt BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM OHARQE 26 Cents, CaihlnAdvanaa ONE CENT HELP WANTED?PEM ALB, WANTED, A GOOD COOK gOJEL'jA small family. Apply at 503 North Fifth Street. ?? ?_. 13 PER HUNDRED FOR, ADDR13S3tNG ohvelopes; send dime and stambp for full Instructions: s tend ? work, C. E. MIL ,: LER & CO..: Ely Bldg., Chlcngo. '?WANTED. A w"?M?N FOR FIRST' ? class cooking and laundry work: good wages. Apply 416 East Franklin street. fc>0 PER T1?OUSAND COPYING LET tors; enclose stamp for copy of letter, instructions, ote. Wo have several lines of work. Address EAGLE WHOLE? SALE CO.. Chicago, 111,_ 'REVEN CASH PRIZE PROVERB CON? TEST TO-DAY, *!,WANTED?LADIES.?. $20 A 1,000 (OR smaller quantities), paid weekly, copy letters at home; no names to supply; nothing to buy. Send ruldrcssod enve? lope for copy nnd application blank. PRACTICAL MFC. CO., 125 Market St., Newark, N. J. NADIES DO P...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

ONE OENT I WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 26 Cents, Cash In Adirine? THESE ARE THIS WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO ORIf??EST RESULTS. MINIMUM (MARGE 25 Cents? C?ihln?dranoi ORE ?NT I WORD. FINE PAPER WEDNESDAY T. P.A. Edition of The Times Dispatch to Be Great Ono. AHEAD OF EXPECTATIONS Richmond Merchant? Have Been Most Liberal In Their Patronage?Paper to Be Full of Interest? ing Matter. Tho bit T. P. A. edition of The Times Dispatch will be Issued next Wednesday morning, May 6th, and the most ' san ?ruine expectations o? Its T. P. A. pub tellers will more than he realized. Richmond's merchants have certainly given undoubted proof of their confidence In The Tlmes-Dlspatch as a medium* of advertising, and tho ?. P. A. members who havo liad charge of the advertising department have received the utmost *n-: couragoment In their work. Nearly every manufacturing and whol? ??le business enterprise In tho city will be represented, and a large number of retail businesses havo taken space. VIRGINI...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

GERMANS LOOKING AT FRUIT FARMS A Delegation of Forty Will This Week Visit Neighbor? hood of Winchester, (Spedili to ??? Tlmca-Dlipiitdi.) WINCHESTER, ' VA., May 2.-Abotit forty Gorman agriculturists ronchod New York the past week and next Tuesday thoy will conic to M.irtlnsburs. W, Va., for the purpose' of Inspecting tho fruit fnrms o? .Berkeley, and Incidentally look^ lug at a? tow Just over the Virginia line In this county. Tlio same delegation will visit certain sections of Now Jersey nnd tho cilios ot Philadelphia, Baltimore and ; Washington, Henry Orny, ? well-known colored char iictei, ?lied Mondny at the Parish Farm, \v\i -.?' .'. hail h?rh mkrn foui days ? . ,-?-.?.?? .:.!.- -"ti;r ypni1 iff'-l It" beiti? cut off by a rallioad train, and G?'?? yc-aia ilo drove u-stage ami ?allied ihe mail bei ween this city and Roniney, W, Va. He has buon known to complain of the heat on days when the thermom? eter was below zero, and would remove his coat nnd mop heavy perspiration from his...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

B?spntrt) BICHMOKB, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1003. i , , , . ? . - ' ? ? _. .--?-- . ???????? ?? iif i-?-1-.. ? " fci^Mmhmhmwmmb???^mmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^^mwmUmmm^mm^m.^m^mmmmmm^m^^mm^m^mmmmmm^ammmmmmm^^mm^^mm Uncle Esau decides to help in the Spring cleaning? And starts in on the parlorcarpet. -, The cyclone starts on its career while he rests. And picks up quite nicely. ^iw^minutes later it/is'there?l^hja^ And the entire county gets Into the movement. Esau--"Th?re, that job's done and I feel better i

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

THE WAR AND SLAVERY Something In the Way of a Review of Both. AN INTERESTING PAPER Thoughts of a Virginian Now Residing injGoorgia? Recollections and Rem? iniscences ofthe Confederate War, Etc. (For The Times-Dispatch.) (By Dr. W. B, Conwny, of Athens, Ga.) ?'?ri view of the .part taken by Virginia !h the "war between the States," ' her history would be Incomplete did wo not Introduco to the reader somo ot tho main causes leading up td Recession. It has been said by some that slavery had but little to do with brlhglng about tho war, but all must admit that out Bldo of "States' rights" and other consti? tutional questions, slavery played Its part and was Indeed ono of the loading factors lh"'tho formation; Of ' the Confederate States. Howevor, It matters not what the cause was, It'Is 'conceded that our people bas?d their action upon the Con? stitution. Previous to tho adoption of tho Uni tea States Constitution, "Virginia made a de? claration (on tho 12th of Juno, 1770) re? nouncing ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

JAMES MADISON, THE FATHER OF THE CONSTITUTION. New and Admirable Blograp pher of the Great Virginian. RELIGIOUS FREED'M FIGHT Midlson Says Mr. Hunt ?egan Iha Fight and Did Moro Than Any , Other Man to Win II?Tho Scholar from Orango* Tlmos-Dlspatch Bureau, No. 1417 O Btroot. N. W? ?, Washington, D. C, May 2. It haa remained tor Mr. Gaillard Hunt, a Loulslanlan, to givo us the "lost word" on James Madison*. Por, Iti mistake not, thero will bo found little necessity for another biography of the Pallici? of tho Constitution since tho completion of Mr. Hunt's-work. I ha'vo Just Inld It down. 1 must accord to It probably tho first pinco |n point of Interest among the biographies I have read since I devoured Henderson's Stonowall Jackson three years ago. Thore aro po graces of diction and stylo to commend Mr. Hunt's boot, uniese straightforward expression and absolute lucidity and simplicity, bo re? garded as graces. Thoy should bo so looked upon In works of a biographical nature. Certainl...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

^^^r^ O-eNH of tha chief values of box S ing as a higher form of phy? sical oulture lies In the fact that It demands constant study and iTnpiOVcmont of tha men 1$] control pf.tho muscles. ?ard. dellyeryy counter, nil require edy action of mind over matter; acon? ite decision In a second's time. And, If a' baser has failed to guard, tho muscles where the blow is delivered should be contracted--bunchod?so that greater re? sistance wll ho offered the blow. Perfect control over the facial muscles is highly necessary, A boxer should not let his condition be read in his face by Ills opponent. If tho hoxnr shows that u pertain blow has surprised and Jarred jrjm, the opponent will rush In to follow xi$ this advantage If tho body's wearl wss creeps into.tho face, the opponent will see that:he 'Will not havo to guard so carefully and that ho can assume nri aggressive offense. On the other hand, If the facial mus ."cle-s aro kept free of the state of the .body, the boxer will pot so readily re...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

RAILROAD ? TO BAGDAD An Enterprise That Is stlrrlna Up All Europe, GERMANY IN CONTROL No Matter Who Furnishes the Money, Germany WWt Hold the Whip Hand?Bare-Footed Dance the,Fad In Berlin. BY MALCOLM CLARKE. . (Special Cablo to Tho Times-Dispatch, copyright, UKW.) - BERLIN, May '?.-"Whoever furnishes the monoy, nothing? can keep the Bagdad Railway from remaining a Oorm?n' litio." Tho enterprise, and tho excitement'It is Btlrrltig up throughout, Europe, Is Jtlst now monopolizing the attention of tho so rlous-mlndod In Oormany. Ech?os from England aro particularly Interesting, ow? ing to tho apparent-Inability ot Mr.. Bal four, Lord Lansdowne and other?.mem? bers of tho government to make up their minds regarding proper attitude iri tho matter. ,\ Tho English objections are principally or.- account of lack of English represen? tation In the directory. Tho directors thus far appointed are: Count Arnoux, direc? tor-general of tho administration of the Ottoman Public Debt; M. Auboyneau, ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

PERFUME :?<? ~AMB?NS OF SECURING BEAUTY^ * Fragrance of Flowers Have a Quieting EffectUpon the Nerves and Perfume Makes the Flesh Soft and Elastic. (By Katherine Morton?Copyrloht, 190S.) Perfume acts as a beauty spell. The woman who wishes to macinate : begins by creating a pleasant atmosphere. Sho perfumes her hair and Imparts the odor of rosos or of vlolots to her skin by o more of lesa elaborate process, Thero Is a practical, as "well hs . acthetlo side, howwver, to this lavish use of. perfumes or flowers. Many kinds more particularly roses?will quiet the nerves, noting ns a sedntlve. intinte?! In stenti of salts, a fragrant rose will often eootho ? headache^ That a vinaigrette may be displaced by a flower. Is a charm? ing fancy. For ono thing a woman looks much moro picturesque when in? haling the perfume of flowers. ? roso held In th? mouth may keep away contagion. It Is certainly a more ngrceablo panacea . than a camphor bag. If tho bines enn be driven nwny by spring flower...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

PRETTY GAPES ARE SEEN IN THE NEW SHOULDER EFFECTS New Transparent Effects Among Latest Developments. ROMAN, GRECIAN BORDERS The Big Button Craze Increases And Al| Sorts of Now Ornamente For Front of Waists, nnd Even Ornamenta? tion of Skirts. The Now York girl not only selects her gowns to suit certain occasions, but ?ho likes them to rellcct In a measure her moods. I'erhnps this Is. why her spring und summer wardrobe Is twlco us large this year an It was last, mm Incidentally, this may account for the great amount ot money sho Is spending on her clothes. To Judgo from tho costume displays which tho dress-makers and shops. are showing, the N?w York girl Is seldom In the mood for plain and severe gowns, Hor ovenlng gowns are suggestive of gnyoty and are creations of marvelous lovollnesH with their intricato trimmings of lace nnd Jewel-studde? embroidery,? to say nothing of their garlands of sllk pptallcd flowers. : EVEHY-DAY GOWNS. As for her evory-day gowns, surely It Is hard to tel...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business Han Too Busy to Know. What Was Done Last Week In This World or Ours Hlstory-maklng Events In All Lines of Activity. Brief, Classified, Complete? to Date? ' A Ready Referente Encyclopedia. J?merican J?ffairs? ?PURCHASE EXPOSITION DEDICATED. More thah"n quarter of a million visit? ors at St. ?/ouls, Thursday, participated . in tho ceremonial dedication of the World's Fair, which Is to commemorate tho purchase of the Louisiana territory one hundred years ngo. The visitors In? cluded the President of the United States, Cabinet Ministers, ox-Prcsldcnt Clove In nd, State Governors, tho representa? tives of foreign nations and representa? tivos of the nrmy and navy. Marshnll . ed by Major-Ooneral Corbln, the parado . moved through the city to tho Exposition grounds, where It was reviewed by the ?President in tho Court of Monuhionts. In the afternoon tho dedicatory ceremonies wero held In ino Llborn...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

ini': < GOSSIP OF METROPOLIS Oeoroe W. Perkins and How He Won His Way to Top TALK IS STILL OF PARKER His Boom for Presidency Is Still Boom? ing? Automobiles Owners Regard Arrest for Speeding a? a Mere Lark?Banqqet to Grau, By J?hfN MARTHOL. , ! NEW YORK. May 2._Wlth the dopar, tufo of J. P, Morgan for foreign lands In pursuit of recreation nnd art treasures, the scepter of the King of Finance passes Into tho strong hand of Georgo W." Per? itine, Strange, Is It not, that a, man who five years ago was scarcely knowr), IH the' ilnanclttl world |s to-day known ln(?.vei;y financial center In tho, world? \! Ability tolls; genius,scores;-Industry worksi-woii diTb in a short time,1, Porklns Is ahi?ri'o'f ability, of genius/ of industry. ?"'?' '' Mr. Morgan in''(he last few 'years has proven to the world at large that the In dustrial and financial world has been to him aa a checker board. Railroads, roll Ing mills, forges, banks, trust companies have been as the pieces set upon It,' His h...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

PROFESSOR WOODROW WILSON'S ?HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES" ?The Completo Pootical "Works of Aloximdcr Popo"?"Timo Birci Stor?oa"?"AVitli tir? Trees." "The Flqw?i? Beliti tini]." "The Reflections o? a Lonely Man." "Roderick Tallaferro" Again?Joseph A, Altsheler? Posthumous Novel by Stockton?Gibson's New Book, Gener.nl Gordon's Memoirs. Mrs. G. Vero Tyler. Identity of "a Vir? ginia Girl." President woodrow wilson's history of the american peo? PLE. ? Brief Hevluw by It, H. IIowl ; son, Lb. D. Mnny facts ot heredity and environment give Interest to thlB.work und Its author . and tend to Its favorable reoeiilion by ; all the peoplo ot the United Stales. Pres? ident Woodrow Wilson Is a son of Rev. Dr. Joseph 11, Wilson, who has lately passed awny from this world nnd who was svoli known to thousands us a Chris? tian minister and scholar and a very genial and delightful man. Woodrow Wilson was born In Slannton, Va., Decomber 28, ISSO. ills Christian ?amo Is that of his mother, who was Jessi...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

*|p^t?f? ffiiMylr'.'atriij.w^... .??.?'?' ^'fci.ii ???<?... r''"?".,. ??L.: Delicately formed and gently reared, women will find, In all the seasons of tholr lives, as maldens.wlves.or moth? ers, that the one simple, wholesome remedy which acts gently and pleasantly and naturally, and which may be used with truly beneficial effects, under any conditions, when the system needs a laxative, Is?Syrup of Figs. It Is well known to be a simple combination of the laxative and carminative principles of plants with pleasant, aro-, matlc liquids, which are agreeable and refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system when Its gantla cleansing.Is desired. Many, of the Ills from which women suffer are of a tran? sient nature and do not-come from, any organic troubla and It Is pleasant to know that they yield so promptly t<3 the beneficial effects of Syrup of Figa, but when anything more than a laxative Is needed It IS best to consult the family physician and to avoid the old-time cath...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

AIN'T DAT A SHA-A-AMEI OUT IN DE RAIN JL\.A.X^ ?*? *-* *? *? *? ?*? Copyright, mi, bt m. It. H?ar?t. OrMt PrlUItt tlltlm KMtrfXl, ?, . -^?i-nT????.?^^ ^rr.ii "'H.iiNM .iii.iiiiiiiii.ii. ??.??????,.?,????,???,,?,,,?,,??????????????? ??? , , ? ? li hi ? ? -_11?_,_;_?u:_ ALPHONSE, QASTON AND THEIR FRIEND LEON IN DARKEST AFRICA. A Story of Incredible Adventures and Inexhaustible Politeness.^ In Four Chapters. Chapter 2. captured by African Pygmies, who were about to cook him when a ferocious tiger sent them scampering off. Here you behold Leon and the feroctout tioert-^^^ -1>0| bf w ^mttm,antt BrittiE tu?au ??????* =-- ? -" M,?,?,,,,^,,>,,,;,t-f-;,^.v< -???===: ^ie t,n ?^ . ?? Leon was (TO BE CONTINUED NEXT SUNDAY,)

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 May 1903

TUB THE TIMER. FOtJMDRD IMO. I WMDT ?? NT?MR'ER 16.232? 5lElt?PATOH. ICOUNDKO IMO, | ?V HUL? LN U _"__3-_?, X?jfJ?? KICHMOND, VA?, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1003. PRICE TWO GENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS FORECAST, . WASHINGTON. May ?5,-Foreeast for f?yettrlny and Wednesday! Virginia?Fair Tuosiiiay and Wed ?enday, 11 irht, varlablo Winds, North Carolina?Fair Tuesday, except ?mowers along ilio coast. Wednesday ftUr; light, northeast winds, becoming varla? blo. Both Sundny and yesterday were ex? ceedingly pleasant day?, ?o far as tem? perature went. Tho weather to-day, ac? cording to the official forecast, will be a? BQod as that which marked Its two pre? decessors, . ? STATE OF TUB THERMOMETER, ? ?. Al.,.,.f,2 12, Al.67 ? P. AI.;.fiG B P. M. .?.tu ? P. M.;.?..55 12 midnight .,. 61 Avorago .'.67 5-0 Highest temperature yesterday. 05 Lowest temperature yesterday. 51 Mean temperature yesterday.".. 5D Normal temperature for May. 07 Departure from normal temperature. OS Precipitation during past 21 ho...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 May 1903

u FOUNDATION ?District Attorney So Finds Charges of Mr? Amory. AN EXPERT EXAMINATION Marked Differences Do Exist. Says the Accountant, Between the Report, but Do Not Result !n Any Ad? vantage to Company, (Br Associated Prose.) ? NEW,YORK, May 4.?District Attorney Jerome late to-day made publlo the te? fcort.vof Expert ?cco?titaiit Arthur. W, ?Peele, whom he employed to loolt over the books of the'Metropolitan Railway Company,aftor complaint? had been lodged .?with him that the company. was ln de . fault. In his report Teelo says among , ?ther things: ' , ???''? . V . "The deficit claimed by Messrs. Hertle ?nd Tiechman Is'not Substiihtlated either In principle or ln fact. The liabilities which have been omitted from the balance ?hoet, othor than takes, would, whon brought .Into, the balance sheet, add os? tata o? a corresponding value. "The theory .upon which it 1b claimed that dividends paid wore unwarranted or unearned, ia entirely wrong In princi? ple." '"ine report? by the Metrop...

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