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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

* A GLIMPSE HERE AND THERE OF THE BOOKS OF THE DAY ''Peggy O'Neal," by Alfred Henry Lewis, Deals in Romance and History and Presents Some Dramatic Situations, Which Will Show up Well on the Stage. NEW BOOK BY HO WELLS "Questionable Shopss" One of the Authoi"S Best Stories. William Henry Carson's "Tito" is a Highly Colored Romance With Scenes Alternating Between Florence and NewTork. "Fortßirkett" is a Xew Boole by "Cliimniie Fadden." PEGGY O'NEAL. Written by Alfred Henry Levis. Published by Drexel Blddle, of Philadelphia. For ' sale in Richmond by the Bell Book and Stationery Company. Peggy O'Neal is a most, fascinating character, whose story makes n. prominent feature in connection with the administration of Andrew Jackson and the White House in Washington. From the days in which Lady Washing ton stood serene and dignified, n. stately figure/beside the General in the first Presidential receptions, the women whose individuality has stamped Itself upon administration annals havo had ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

FLORETTE HAT WITH A HAIR NET. Rice straw in light tan with band and bows of green velvet fibbon from this summer hat designed especially for wear with the low coifTure. The smart girl always pins one of the new hair nets over the Langtry knot, so that her coiffure is always perfection. eoGoe©»QQaas9&<&3o«®CQ»««oaes3QSttooo3o£oea©s^Goss«ca»« | THE KIND OF WOW THAT h iflU LIKES | • © By MILDRED CHAMPAGNE. Countless tlmo:-! hns the question lT>en rut to mo— "What kind of n woman does b man like?" The anxious Inquirers nre clrlK wli.. f./r Borne reason ot other <■::■ periencft a dearth vt masculln.o'atten,tlons and wish to know the tecr'jt of the kuc- ' cesK of their more fortunate si.alt.TS While there are almost as many "likes' In the world us there are men. and each man cherishes his own peculiar ideas anri Ideals of fair womanhood, yet it would be safe, rnough to enumerate a few "fundamental charms." which all ,w..rn-n r.lglu ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

G HOW TO BECOME ATHLETES WITHIN A FEW MONTHS. The Test of Skill, Strength and Quickness Against the Skill, Strength and Quickness of Other Living Things. Boxing as the Finest of Sports. OO m mm """^ F ATjlj th* exercises nnd pn?:tlmes of the world there If none that Is so perfect for JffnTTw the development of swirtness, Jfflfffi-U endurance, springiness and the making of muscle throughout the whole body, from the heels to the back of neck, as boxing. Parents often object to boxing, because It* practlep leads to -i certain amount of brutality In mnny cases. In this they are quite right. The boy who is malicious or revengeful finds tempting opportunity for satisfying- -those feellnfts In a boxlns mntch. But boxing, if carried on under proper mipervldon, nnd after making a square ftn<J clean nfrrepment between the boys, Cfin rx? made the finest of nlmost all fnrms of Bthletlcs, with less cmia^ for rousing nnißTy feelings, than even baseball. Lrt the boys understand, first o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

SEND IN YOUR NAME AND JOIN THE T. D. C. C. who feels an interest in the Children's Page or the Contributors' Club, send in their names, so that they may become competitors in the several contests soon to be announced. The badges will be sent to all whose names conic in, and, for the benefit of future members, the editor wishes to emphasize that now the club is organized, names can be forwarded and contributions Of course, in every instance, the contributions will be most acceptable. What is meant by the editor's invitation is that the •they will be very interesting, with features which will especially appeal to the members of the T. D. C. C, and all who may here- Dream Tide. (Continued from Last Week.) CHAPTKR IV. The next day. by the urgent request of hla adopted father, Henry started on bis Journey In search of tlie cottage of his dream. H« decided to ncce.pt the oft-re-poatod Invitation of one of his fellowBludents, Tom Kverctte, who lived in tho The day following Henry reached h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

UNCLE SHIPMATE? NIXCUMHERAUS ! JUST HANS! Copyright, ISO 3, hy w. R. Hwrji. Orcdt Drltnln nifhw R«prv*4. THE TDfES-DISPATCH, EICHMO^D, VA», JtTLY 5, 1903. HE KISSED THE BRIDE I Copyright, ISC3, by w R. Heirtt. Grttt BrIUIn Blgou Reaerv«tf

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

THREE SECTIONS. THEi'ilp.ffci!: loundeKK '\ WHOLE NUMBER, 16,284. HALF OF A CENTURY AT TUp KEY Career of Col. Tree, of the Western Union. RETIRED AFTER A LABORIOUS LIFE Mr. F. E. Clary, a Western Man, Takes His Place Here. REMINISCENCES ARE FULL OF INTEREST Colonel Tree Tells of Many Changes thut Have Occurred Since He Began Life as a Telegrapher. A Brief Sketch of the New Superintend^ Now Here. The retirement of Colonol J. B. Tree as superintendent of the Western Union office, this city, recalls facts about his long and useful career that aro Interesting to a degree and Involve a history of telegraphy In America. Colonel Tree is almost -without doubt tho oldcat telegrapher In America, and therefore in tho world, for here this thlr.q of "writing at a distance" by tho means of an electrical wire began. Pondering on ti.e part.tolegraphy flair, and has played In the world's history, one la apt to look upon the man as associated with Professor Morse, the Inventor irf tho telegraph syste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

2 Tho loi.r linps- of Infantry lm<l swept ' Up throuch tho green valleys of Southern fennsylraiiln und were wearlfidty rnarch-fl ln« northward to a battlefield somewhere, no man of them could hnvo told where. They only luew that Ilicy wcro t ! tod mid footsore *nd himfiry. ami tho rii-n Rreon fields they had passed had broiißhi no comfort. A young soldier took ofr his rapped cap, Tviped the perspiration from his fare nnd looked over at n little cuttaßO with its •nrlrrllnp vinos. It made liim think of luiothcr little cottasa across. the linps. ths vincH li;<d cmtiowercd nis cnildAs'thn heati Of tlio rolunin rsmo oppo>lto the house n Rill ran out from tho open iloovwny to the front of ilio porllc.V Slie had a United States ting tied around tier as n?i iipron and Blie Btoppod upon v chair that tlio wlinlo arniy , tnlKh sop It nnri waved It defiantly at tlio approachinc troops. , The Jcndor looked aroitnd ftppfehon" Flvelv. Some of Ilia moll had COniO fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

QUEEN IS A GOOD COOK Elena, of Italy. Could Make Her Own Living. LOUBET'S BRITISH TOUR All France Wants Him to Put on Royal Style— Clowned Heads to Galher at King Christian's Jubilee at Copenhagen, By PAUL VILLIERS. Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch Copyright, 1903.) PARJB, July 4.— The fi^uro 13 Roo.ms to piny an Important part In the life of lidward Rostand, tho new Immortal. Ho was born on the 13th of thn month, his name contains 13 letter? and ho Is the 13th to occupy Uio I.lth Bent in tho Academy. Tf th« date of his becoming a member of the Academy Is writ ten In the modern way. 4.G.0C1, nnd th»; figures are added, tho fateful number appeara again. H la a Kood thing that M. Rostand is not superstitious, If Qimen Klona of Italy should over find herself In straitened circumstances sho ■will bo nbln to make a living for herself nn a flrst-clnes cook. At her fathers rurlouHy homelike and unpretentious little court at Cettlnja Queen Elena, le.-irned many useful things, nml among t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch rnMfshed Dally and Weekly nt Kd. 4 North Tfnth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, IPO3, fit Richmond, Vs.., m SecondClfum Matter, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1870. The DATLY TTMES-EISPATCH Is •old at 2 cento a ropy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is sold nt fi rents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH t»J> ma!l— BO cents n month: ?5.00 a rear. $2.60 ft" 1 six months; $1.50 for Ihrffo months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 n. year. The DATLY TIMES-DISPATCH, tocludincr Sunday, in Itichmond and Manchester, hy Carrier, 12 cents per week, or 60 cents ppr month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 eenfs» per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, PI .00 rear. All Unsigned Oommtmiwitlons will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be feturncd unless accompanied hy stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Rroad Street. SUNDAY. JTJLT 5, 1003. Prom June Jet the price of TTie TtmeaDlspsteh. delivered by carrier within the corporate limit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

Society had many and 'rnrylnp dlverBlona for yesterday's Fourth of July celebration. From different partn of tho United Stains comes tho echo of the fun which rnadfi tho Fourth unusually gay with the smart daughters and Rons of America. At "HlHmore," tho Goorgo Goulds hnd a Mk house party, ona which will hold together until about tho mlddlo of this month. At Newport there was tho untial hilarious clam baku, with the added Fplclnoss of a feminine contingent, not formerly allowed, and fit Capo May a lively Baltimore and Philadelphia party were entertained at the Stockton Hotel by Mr. c.nd Mrs. Ned Crozler, of "Upland." • Tho seashore In Virginia was the place fo which crowds flockorl. Virginia Boach, Old Point and Ocean View. WlllouKhby and Uuckroo Beach were crowded with holiday-makers and pleasure-seekers. Tho day Is always kept at mountain reSortß by dinners/ dances and every form of Indoor and out-of-door nport. July lias begun with a. great number of house parties throughout tho ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

0 THE HOTEL MECKLENBU'G This Splendid New Establishment Gives Its First German INVITATIONS ARE BY CARD Tho Elegant Hotel »nd Sanitarium Has Much to Offer, and Its Advantages Are Being Appreciated Already. (Special to Th* Tlme«-Dl«p»tch.) HOTEL MECKLKNBURG, VA.. July 4. "Age cannot wither It, nor custom stale Its Infinite variety." This beautiful new hotel and sanitarium, the "Mecklenburg," Just completed In the handsomest, up-to-date style, with everything arranged with most exquisite taste for the comfort and ronvenlnnco of the Invalid and the pleasure sw?ker, snd perfect In all Its npre!ntment.«, commences ltd Initial social i-eanon with a perrnan July 4th, tho best tfajice muflr being e*iga.|ted and outsiders admitted only by card Invitations to promJnent parties. Situated on an elevation of 635 feet above eea level, commanding a gTand view of this beautiful country, with a lovsly b»ck ground setting of grand old oaks and pines, a large circled plot of canna In front, and Its sur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

HEADACHES; HEARTACHES The Result of Recent Dissipations at Blackstone. DISTRICT CONFERENCE Methodists Will Bo Entertained and Fed at Blackstone Femala Institute by Rev, domes Cannon— Wealthy Citizens Join Dowleltes. (Special to The TtmM-Dtupatcli.) BLACKTONB, VA.. July 4.— Tha «xdtftment which prevailed hero all tho early part of tha week over tho arrest of several parties tor th* Illegal Ralo of ■whiskey, and others for being too fond of tha groat American game of draw poker, has largely uubßlded, and everything has about assumed its wonted ecbrlcty. The intoxication produced much nilarlty while it lasted, howevor, and a few headaches and som« heartaches are the reßulta. These wIU doubtlesi wear off in a short while now. Preparations arc being made for tna holding of the Petersburg District ConIwenco, which will convene here on the 21st instant. Houses are already bains eeoured for tho delegates, othnr denominations besides tho Methodists offering to entertain numbers of the visiti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

8 9feivs and 2>/ews Selected J*rom jCeadcrtff jimerican Bryan's Critical Situation. It Is snld that Mr. Bryan Is much Irrltftted by the action of the lowa Democratic Convention, and has composed a ''scathlne article" on the subject for the forthcoming issue of his pnper. He best be rnreful how he shows too much nnhoyance lest he find himself In the rear of the prorftFpion, with no hope of catching up npaln. He succeeded In holding the party to a dead issue for several years but it Is quite pvldpnt now that It Js tired of being "hitched to a corpse' and Is going to break away. If Mr Bryan stays with the corj>se and fills his paper with railing at the party for going- away from it. the danger will be that ho will find hlmsiMf howling In a wilderness. Nobody who has refused to recognize that ln politics ns wp.ll us in everything else the world moves has succeeded In retaining n fallowing. The desolate "Antls" are renllr.lncr this now. and Mr. Bryan should profit b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

FINANCES An Elastic Currency Is Urgently Demanded. THE CROP-MOVING SEASON This Hns Caused a Hardening In Monc y Ralo at New York— Tho Successful Floating of Pennsylvania Stock Had Stimulating Effect. (Sliocldl to The Tlmi'S-Dlßralch.) NEW YOItIC, July 3.— Tho Flnnnclal Thf liiiaiu'lal community, after examining thf! iißiircs furnished by tho National banlta in ro."|)oiif;o to tlie call of tlio Comptroller of tlie Currency, again turn tlielr eyes to Wnnlilngtoti nnd «Bk if at tho conifng «cskloii of Congress our NiUlonai legislators will onco more rcfuso to pass a piiltuiilo rollff monsuro. Dnjipltc nlno monthfl of Insistent liquidation, nccompanlP'l by nlmo.it unprecedented docllnpri In thr; stbclt markot, ihera l« shown n lnnn expcnslon of morn tlian JK'^.W.OdO within a year. Under tho Comptrollcr'B call for. the condition of tho National banks us of Jui>(\ 0, loans of all t li«s Nntloiiii|-""bankn of 11, 0 country stanfJ nt $3,416,016,761; on tho date of dm preceding ca...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

1(5 ma £l°l!S ers This Sale Will Be Continued for the Entire Week for Benefit of Out-of-Town Shoppers. M TiS Eits Third Floor G Mattings for 80. a yard, wual price liVi to IBc 12% c for China Matting.", regular . IBc. for Sfic Heavy Jointless China 15 and 2R<\. for 2S to 400. LinenWarp Mfl.ttlnr*. rnrr't n>.<=lcns. SPc for "ha. jßpsnese Matting Rtig, 1 yard by 2 yards. " • Wilton Rugs, 98c. each for hearth size, pretty patterns. J2.R3 *nch for Moqiietto Rugs, ulightly soiled, values to $4.00. $1.75 for J2J>O Moqnptte Rugs. Iftc. for 85c. Ingrain Rugs. ip.and 250. tor 26 to 400. Floor OH Cloths. Trunks and Suit Cases. Metal Covered Trunk, strong ami well made. $1.48. Canvas Covorod Tronic -with sheet Iron bottom, $1.69. Canvas Covered Trunk, -with roller tray, t5.79 and upward, according to size. $1.19 for JI.RO Sutt Canes, 22 Inches. S!»c. for Leather Tipped Canvas Covered Telescope*. The Comfortable Second Floor has a very tempting displa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

THREE SECTIONS. THE TIMKR. FOTJNDKD IW6. I WUQT p NTTMRFR 16 284. THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1850. | W O.UI-.C/ IN U VlDEj[\, J-U.^OTt. SUMRY OF DAY'S NEWS North Caro nn— howero Bunday, not so warm In we t p" r i° n i Monday tihowcra; light bou th west winds. A very warm dny wns succ«cded by a pleasant night yesterday, Tho heavy downpour of rain In thn afternoon cooled the atmosphcro, thn mercury fulling- from M to 61 flßcreoa In n very short time. For to-day Rhowers am predicted. BTA.TE OF THE THERMOMETER. 9 A. M ftO 12 M n> 8 P. M 07 B P, M 63 b p. ar "» U miurilKht 11 Average i-"/j Highest temperature yesterday ■'' Iyjwest temperature yesterdny <;>; > M«-an temperature yesterday 81 Nnnnal lempi'raturo for July w Departure from normtil trmpfr/iturc. 01 Precipitation during past 24 h0ur5. ...1.43 MINIATURE ALMANAC. July 5. 1903. Run rls«!f» 4:;/, HIGH TIDE; Bun ECtB ":?-1 Mornlns JSJ3 Moon wets 1:52 Bvonlng l»p July C, 1503. gun rises 4:M I HI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

2 HvM fit T«nth nnd TTuH Streets, rtppo*lt« th« RlaUoil house, thn corporal In rhnrpe lined >iis men Up and carried Ihtan Into the Station house. A IfirKfl rrnwd of people followed nnd pushed them«ehrs Into the room. The prisoner* nnd tl"> men were well mixed. :mrl when the officer In clmrgt) at the station b6frnn tn put Ihe names on tho book ono of Ihe men slipped away. The chnrgre preferred nfrnln.it them wn» tlvit of disorderly conduct. Those who were pinr-o.i In the etll were Grorpe Crftlß. Knimetl Andrews. Floyd nasfl biul Hornen Clements. Each r>t them peiiued ball nnd wore rrlensrd later for n lieftrlriß 10-tnorow morning. Tnylor wttfl heard. Indignation was expressed, although none or thn details were known nt the time. line wound wns received by Taylor In Hie lower part of the body. H entered fmm the rear. Tlio loiik bullet, driven hy n heavy charge of powdor, torn Its nay through his body. Inflicting h. necessarily fnt-il wound. He wan Rive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

VA. EXHIBIT AT ST. LOUIS Col. A. M. Bowman Says It Will Bo Successful. PLAYING NO FAVORITES Not Putting Tobacco Ahead of Minera and Agricultural Products — Manufactures and Mining Being Looked After. Them has been Rome 'tnisapprfllwntlofl In certain quarters concerning the altltudo of the press towArd the St. Louis Exposition, but no one should fed thnt tho nowspnper ppoplo nre .'l verse to Ihe movement. On the other hand, having iißsistiul in every wny possible 10 carry tho -movement through the Legislature, tho representatives of tho press, lm;lvldaiilly nnd severally, are on the side of the exposition, and nre giving cvrry posBlblo aid to the scheme. Tho Virginia commission In composed of a flno Ret of men, and they nre doing nil in their power to makn the old State ehciw up well nt the pr^at show. Colonel A. M. Bowman, of Salem; Mr. J. L- ll I'"l'ton,1 '"I'ton," I'ton, of Newport News, -md Commissioner nf Agriculture Kp'lner constitute the Virginia commission, and th<...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

4 ROOT BEATEN BY GARDNER The Latter Wins the Light Heavyweight Belt. HAD BEST FROM START Soon Became Apparent that Lowell Man Would Win, and the Fight Only Lasted Twelve Rounds— The Crowd Small. CBy Associated Press.) BUFFALO, N. V., July 4.— George Gardner, of Lowell. Jlasa., defeated Jack Root, of Chicago, In the arena of the Interna-i Uooal Athletlo Club at Fort Erie this Bflernoon. The bout, scheduled for twenty rounds, lasted twelve. The men fought for the Jlght heavyweight class, a purso of $7,000 nnd a diamond medal. Tho crowd was not. lnjge. The expensive boxes showed yery bare. Manager Herman had bonked on a $20,000 gato, but he saya ho broko Dnly a little to tho good. The men got Into the ring for the main bout shortly after 4 o'clock. A section of the roof had been taken off and a hot sun beat down upon the reslned ennvas. Referee Mcßrlde called tho mon together nnd warned them about tho Canadian law and tho necessity of avoiding hitting in clincheß. The gong then rang an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

TO REMOVE THE SHERIFF Petition Is to Be Filed In Honrlco County Court. THE ALLEGATIONS MADE Passenger & Power Company Accuses Simon Solomon of Malfeaseance In Office end Neglect of His Duty. To Simon Solomon, Sheriff of Henrico County: Tak« noUoa that on July U, 1908, bainr the second <3ay of the July term of tho County Court of Henrlco oounty, Virginia, ths Virginia Passenger and Power Company, a corporation duly chartered, organized and dolnp business In tho State Df Virginia, under the laws of nald Btate, will mako a motion before eald court that you bo romovwl from the office of iherlft of Henrlco county. The grounds of said motion are fully let out in a petition addreosod to tho Judge of said county, praying him to lslue a ruin aßaJnat you to show cause on the said Uth day of July, 1903, why you nhould not bo so removed. A. copy of eald petition is heroto attached and Is Uorewith served. VA. PASSENGER & POWER CO., By H. W. HUFF. General Manage...

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