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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 July 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 July 1903

SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. July 13.— Forecast for Tupsiiiiy find Wednesday: Vlrjjliiia— F;ilr Tuesday, preceded pv lain In extreme fouthenst portion; Wednososiy fair, warmer; llKlit. variable winds. North Carolina.— Fair Tuesday, excopt rain on Hie eoaSti Wr>dnrp<iay fair, warmer; llKht. variable wlii'ls. Tliptp was a heavy fall of rain yesterday mihl t.hp Uitnperaturfl jfcas dellKhtfui. More rain Is linked for In r-prtaln portions P A. M 6| J2 M "J 3 V. M » 6 P, M M « P. M 8r 12 midnight 66 Average €7 1-3 Hlghent temperature, yesterday Tj} I^otvost temperature yesterday go Moan temperature yestorday 'l Normal temperature for July >'' iJeparttiro from normal tomperaturp.. f'3 Precipitation during past 24 hours >o MINIATCRK ALMANAC. July 14, 1003. fiun rifps 6:01 | HIGH TIDE. ■- Hun seu» 7130 Morning '•*> Moon rises. ..10:11 I Kvcnlng » :Cto RICHMOND. Man arrested, charged with the fh"otIng of Boklleru June 24...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 July 1903

*r stdiously tbo person of the I'opo when His R v t "s*i ti p lio toppl\*o no pn v for » n 1 1 ci\ n duty, are litplily appreciated, THINKS THE IDEA IS ENTIRELY IMPRACTICABLE MINNEAPOLIS. -MINN.. July 13.Blshop ls.iac A'.TJoyce, president of (he tc Httend the league convention In Dotroit. RICH/MOND MAN KILLED BY TRAIN fSMclflJ to The T!mes-Dl?patch.) fiA -PORTE. TNO.. July 13.-J.."Ph r-vneh. iged tliiriy-ono yoarai a jeeoratgr of Richmond., Va., was killed early at Ro? hen ibis morning by a Lake Shore fast train. The body was not found until Bftveral hours after death occurred and Just bow it happened Is not lino wn. bu It Is believed ho was insane and sat on tlio l Tynch had only been In -the fUy a^ort time nnd practically nothing is known 01 hi m : other than that ho attracted the atteTtion of the police by his queer "S""^A union card issued 0-tVßjchrnond,\A a., »l to Identify him. Nothln* of i c was found on his person. The.remansa ns nre being held pending nn investigation •and ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 July 1903

OLIVER FOR ASSISTANT Will Succeed Carey Sanger In War Department. CHANGE SOON TO OCCUR Retiring Assistant Secretary Desires to Be Relieved as Soon as Practicable. Alaskan Boundary Under Discussion. (By Associated rr«ss.) OYSTER HAY, N. V., July W.-At the conference to-day between President Roosevelt and SecretaLV Hoot, It was deelded to'appolnt Robert Shaw Oliver, of Albany, to bo assistant pecretary of ■war. vlcfi C'ary Hanger, resigned. Mr. Banger has decided to retire owing to tho 111 health of his wife. General Oliver Han a military career of, distinction. He uprvod In the Civil War ns a volunteer ofllcer. ami Hiitmequnntly served us tin Officer of the rugular army fHtabllshment, In both tho Infantry and cavalry branches. For many years ho has been Identified with the. National Guard of New York. General Oliver Is engaged In the Iron business, »n<l Ih quite as prominent In commercial circles as he Is In military affairs. It has not boon decided definitely when ho will...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 July 1903

t The Times-Dispatch PnMlriiM Dan? nnA Weekly ftt No- * North Tenth Street, Richmond, Vn.. Entered .Tnnnfiry 27, IPM, ftt Richmond. Vn., us SecondClms Matter, tinder Act of Congress of March 9, 1879. fhe DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is «o!d nt 2 rcnin a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is *old nt R cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH nr mflli— BO cents n month : $6.00 a year, ?2.50 for tiix months; SI. BO for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail *2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. Including Sunday, in Richmond nnd Manchester, by Carder. 12 cenU per vreek, or R0 cents per month. The Strom AY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, H cents per week. Th* WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 51.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Refected Communications yAW not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. BID East Broad Street. TUESDAY, JULY I*. 1903. Persons leaving the city for ttie summer should order The Tlmes-Dlspatch mailed to them. Price. B0 cenU per m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 July 1903

CASE AGAIN CONTINUED Editors Mullen and Cates Were Ready for Hearing. TO-MORROW MORNING SET Little Doubt that Interesting Matter Wil Be Fully Heard Then— Not to Waive Examination, but Likely to Appeal. The case of Editors Mullen .and Cates, of tho Opinion, the official paper of the labor organizations of the city, and conducted especially in tho Interest of the street oar men, In which the editors ar« chnrgod with criminal libel ngainst the naroo and character of Mr. C. B. 13uchnnan, superintendent of transportation of the PttMenger nnd Power Compnny. •wjib ngaln continued j«>stcrdriy <ift<srnoon, Thn prosecution nnd thn defence worn r»n()y fit tlm lime s»t to go on with tho hearing before the Pollen Court, but It appeared to 'Bqulre Graves that Commonwealth's Attorney Richardson, who hnd n. murder case in progress In the HuMIng.i Court, would be, willed nwny before tho conclusion of tho case, and. therefore, ho wished It continued. He wanted the Com...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 July 1903

8 ENGINEER I IS MISSING Not Been Seen Since Atay, When He Left the Lebanon. GIVES CHINAMEN A SHOW Judge Wnddill Gives Them Time to Prove Their Legal Right to Stay in America-Hot Fight Between Norfolk County Democrats. (Special to The Tlmes-DlsPatch-] NORFOLK, VA., July 13.-\\ m lam Kreutzer. marine engineer, is m SS ng, Ha disappeared from here on May >-<»• al '° has not been heard of since. He has been posted at the headquarters of the Marino Engineers n« missing, and his mother, of No. 6"0 Hnnover Street, Baltimore, came here two weeks ago to Inquire for him. Bbc learned that be got shore leave from tho collier libation, and nfter a Bpree hero went to tho residence of his friend, peter Thurston,, No. !W3 Highland Avenue, to recuperate. On May 13th ho came down town, saying that'ho would get a shave and haircut, and go to see his mother. He bns not been heard of since. Ho Joined tho Lebanon November 10, IM2. He left his clothes and nearly a month's pay mi the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 July 1903

WILD ENGINE AT SALISBURY Chased by Another Locomotive and Brought Home. a head-on collision The Crews of Both Engines dumped, but Engineer Sam Bagby Was Badly Hurt— Flagman Caught Under Cars and His Leg Crushed. (Special to Tbe Tlmea-Dlipalch.) •SALISBURY. N. C, July 13.—Engineer Sam Bagby was painfully, If not eorlou?ly, Injured internally In a headend collision, which occurred on th« Southern yards hore Saturday night. At tho time of the. Accident he was on tt Shifting engine, and hnd started a ml!o below the city to bring In a through freight loadf-d with pnnrhex, which had stalled 011 tho main lino. When near the yard limits and without warning tho two engines collided while moving at about thirty mllos per hour. Tho engineers and firemen on both trains Juniptd Junt In tlmo to escape fatal Injuries. Just an he Jumped Engineer Bnfcby r«vnrsed his engine, which at once plunged v northward on the main line tra:k, rush > Ing like a wild hull through Salisbury on through S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 July 1903

B HELP WANTED--FEMAUB. » — ■■ — IWAKTED, an arpempllshed, tniatworthy mfly attractive, quick selllnc. money-petting book, and collect «f> she itclls; nn active, resolnte worker onght to sell 2."' to 50 copies of imsi fcenntiM bwlc flallf, resllrlre from M.B to iISMi cii«h per flay for' services. For fcircrTlew sddrrfs BUCCESB, at this office. VANTF.D, GIHL for hens* work; must be competent and experienced. Apply before H A. Si. todny to 1307 H. Main. BTENOORAPHER for one monjh. with SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. HISS DAVENPORT, an experienced teaf.her, a rrmiunte of Bucknell Pcimol of Music, also educated nt Bnclmell nnd New Tork Vrlveriltles. desires a position; a»l7 Maryland Aye.. nnltlmnre. Md. HELP WANTED— MALE, MACHINISTS: first-class marine handi. AprlT to BALTIMORE SHIPBUILDING AND HR\DOCK CO.. I/>cu»t I'nlnt. Unlllwre. M.I. WANTED. Stenographer and Tj-pewriter familUr plnjn no ftn>tle«tlnni ««n»ldercd uiilosr In own hnnrtwritlnc. with c.«d rofer...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 July 1903

THE LOSSES WIPED OUT Some of Leadirttj Active Stocks Established Net Gains. LIQUIDATION WAS DRASTIC Bear* Over- Extended Their Contracts and a Sharp Rally Followed—Anthracite Carriers Were Conspicuous in the Rally. (By AuoMatnl PreM.) NEW YORK, July 13.— There was furJher drastic liquidation of stocks to-day, but It became apparent towards tho hitter part or tho d.iy'.s «os:-lon that tho boars hud over-extended their short contract?, ii nd they took fright over the Boarclty of thn offerings brought liy their rather urgent bids to cover. The rofiult wa« ii nlroiur inlly, which wiped out practically all of tho day's earlier losses and SHUiblinhed not galni] ninnluK to (V point for j>onm of tho lending actlvo Blocks. Tho anthracite carriers were con-81)|i-U'iiis In tho rally nnd New York Central shared, In the recovery ciult« notably. New York Central showed aotno plgn.s of lining cupporied throughout, (ilthough tho general weakness of the market was duo to llib rccont wldn ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 July 1903

TO Miller & Rhoads. j Miller.© Rhc&ds. WE A THER FORECAST— Tuesday, fair. Men's Underwear for 50c. Reduced From $1.00. Because aonio of the Lots are in and Drapers for 395. that we inbroken si^es and there's not very vito especial attention to. much of any particular kind. .^ s a m ] 0 Balbriggaus ranpo Open Mesh. French Lisle and what's nbout the same everywhere iv price c«Jied Japanese "."ilk. 1 ' it's not silk. aru J quality, but these garments but a finely mercerized cotton. Tou'M «re Out of tllO Ordinarr. "Wo think not need more .than ono look at this h , better y& QyQr ]md underwear to convince you that pPo »' . it * very nttie price for it. before for this money. We have some Balbriggan Shirts • Long or short-sleeved Shirts. A Fine Ebony Handled Umbrella For $1.00. K-lnch frfltne covered with twilled jj n g an( J -^q y^U guarantee it for Caroln. (which Is a silk n.nd linen - year mixture), paragon frame and about : th« beet Jl (O umbrella w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 July 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 July 1903

THE TIMER FOUNDED Jtfij. I THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1860, I SUMMARY OF PAY'S HEWS THE WEATHER. TTARntNOTON, July lS.^ForceaSt for Virginia-- Fair Thursday nml Friday. warmer In Interior Friday; Debt, variable .v.irids. , „ , North Carolina— fair Thursday nnd Bt.lday; Urlil, variable winds. A dnllgh ful day wiin yesterday, nini Klfter nlchifull Hie 'temperature waa pr>nv--tliiiiy Kair weathor Id predicted for STATIC OP THE THERMOMETER; f> a. iM 7n iS M g ,"; p. M re G P. M H v p. ;>i 1 12 midnight C 8 Average 722-3 Highest lotnperature yesterday "< l.owrv.t temperaluro yesterday fJle.an lempdraturo yesterday Normal temperature for July M 1 "!fi:irturo frntn nonr»il trmpTnttirn.. fi Precipitation during past Z\ houre r MINIATURE AT.MAXA 1 ' _ July 10. IV3. feun H»os r,'ti \ iiigit TIDE. Bun getK V::n i Morning 1$ Moon rises. ..11:16 | Evening »•« RICHMOND, Thf Tdllcc Board to m«t to-morrow to InvPFtlßafi charRCS apaln."! the torCPi prominent ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 July 1903

2 HE KEEPS CITY CLEAN Superintendent Conn Tells What a Task This Is. PROBLEM FOR THE BOYS If Metal Rcceptac!«s Are Substituted for Ash Barrels, Where Will Boys Get Their Bonfire Material ? The anntiHl report of Superintendent IJemy J. Colin, of the Street Cleaning Department, to t lie Mayor, has Just been printed, und elves In attractive form a review of what thu' department has accomplished dllrlng tlio llrat year of the oi Altogether agreeable. Tho law-abiding citizen.", usually SO considered, liavo hamptrcd him no llltlo and given him no end of tvoublc. JJo Boys! "Considerable limn nnd spacn inlglit bo employed in cniimonition of culpable acts and delinquencies on the part of citizens, through the habitual violation and the foble enforcement of liivva that have jiractteully peased to exist, it lias freciuently happened that the street cleaning forco Iki; passed down tlie street, and before II Inis reached the next corner men and women have been seen throwing rubbish into t.ho str...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 July 1903

TO INCREASE CURRENCY Han Discussed by Aldrich and Associates. FORMER OPPOSES BILL Senator Allison is Friendly to Suggested Legislation — Mr. Cannon, Who Will Be Next Speaker of House, Dead Against it. »r*poclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) WASHINGTON, July Ki.-For the purpose of giving a proper basis for rllsctiFslon, tho details of ono of the plann of monetary reform considered bj # Senator Aldrich and his Republican col-leagues-on the Senate Finance Commlt<co nt tholr recent ronforence at Hot Bprlngp, Va., may be stated with authoritative precision. It. mny also bo nald that the plan cvimo to the committee well recommended, and, although Senator Aldrich has declared against if as not an available expedient nt this time, he admits that If It could bo ostabllßhed and maintained without change, there would be no objection to It. Senator Allison, of the committee, 1.1 il-.i-'ldclly more friendly toward thn plan thin his nifEoclateH. Representative Car-nun, the Speaker to be, Ik ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 July 1903

n The Times-Dispatfch PnMUned 1 Dnily and Weekly »t Nfl. 4 North T«ntn Street, Richmond, Vn. Entered January 27, 1003, nt Richmond. Vn., m Second- ; Class Hntter, tmder Act of ConjrrcsK of March 8, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH U fold at 2 cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Ji »old «t S cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnli— B0 cents a monlh; $5.00 a year. K.fif <° T six months; fl.Bf) for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a yenr. Th« DAILY TIMF.S-DTSPATCH. Including Sunday, In Richmond nnd Manchester, by Currier, 12 cents per vreek, or 50 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, ff cent? per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 61.00 rear. All Unsigned Communications -will be rejected. Rejected Communications vrill not be returned unless accompanied by stomp*. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. M 9 East Broad Street. THURSDAY, JULY 18. I'jO3, Persons leaving the city for the summer should order The Times- Dispatch mallod to them. P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 July 1903

MANCHURIA QUESTION Conference With the Russian Charge Satisfactory. TO OPEN PORTS TO WORLD Instructions Will Be Sent American Commissioners Which Pave the Way for an Early Settlement—t'^panese Minister's Call. (By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, D. C, July ln.-At tho Ptate Department It developed that tho conference between Bf)t:retnry Hay and Theodore Hanscn regarding tho Manchurlan pltuallon was of tho most aatlsfactory nuture. The result Is thnt Secretary Hay will furtlicr .-irtvlse the American treaty c;ommlßalonerß at Pekln of what transpired yesterday, nnd It la hoped thnt these additional liiHtructlons will pave the way for an early settlement of tho question of ports In Manchuria, which Is thp onb point In controversy. Tho JnpnnoEO minister, Kagoro Takahlra, who was compelled to foreiro hla trip to Japan because of the continued dolay of the rtoparturo from Washington of Count Cawlnl, called at tho State Derarement to-day to Inquire regiirdlng the conference yesterday between...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 July 1903

G THE VIRGINIA EDITORS President's Address Makes Fine Showing for Asso'n. MANY NEW MEMBERS Rev. Dr. R. H. Pitt Speaks on the Religious Newspaper, and Congressman Tells of the Relation of the Press to the Government. (Special to The Times-Dlspfitch.) OCJ3AN VIEW. July 16.— The second day« session of the Virginia Press Association was devoted mainly to addressoa and papers prepared especially for the meeting by prominent newspaper writers throughout (hr State. During the morning session to-day many new members wero admitted Into the organization, and tho numerous committee reports showed tho association to bo in a satisfactory condition, with prospects brighter than hai-e been known In a number of years past PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS. President Copolflnd delivered an able address, being his annual message to hla follow editors. Mr. Copeland said In port: Tour president has the honor to report that the Virginia Press Association is in a most flourishing: condition, having n larger membership...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 July 1903

SCIENCE AND COTTON Association to Investigate and Experiment In Textile Matters THE BANKS OF THE STATE Preliminary Arrangements for the Encampment at Morohead -The AntiSaloon League Applies for an Election in September. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) RALEIGM, N. C July 15.-The Cotton Manufacturers' Association, of Charleston, wae chartered to-day, with $10,000 capital, the objects specified being to extend, encourage, Investigation and experiment scientific methods of cotton and textile manufacturing, fruitier and promulgnto Information as to cotton manufacturings and textile arts, provide eoclal Intercourse between cotton manufacture™, establish libraries of textile works, etc. The capital Is divided In 2,000 shares of $5 each. Actlvo members are confined to cotton mill presidents, treasurers, egentn, managers and iuperlntendonts. Others engaged In cotton mill and kinfired work can become associate members. Tho incorporators are W. C. Heath, Mineral; R. S. Reinhard/t, Lincoln ton...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 July 1903

8 HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, an aceompHsbfd, trastworthT lady CANVASSER: wsntrd alike for Richmond^ dtlfs. m sell s new book, juft out: « unique, attractive, nulefc selllnc. moncy-Ret'ln* booit. ajid collect us she sells; an active. rc«olnte vorfcer onpbt to soil SB t" f*t r.-.ples of this bcsatjfnl book dully. r-Alltlrß from $1.» to iIZW) rn«h per dny for »»r»lcrs. For intertier address BUCCT.BB, at thts office. WANTED. TEACHER for private funlly, flvf. children: tench L«Hn. Mnlbematlcs. Enclfh «nil Mnslc: must be e»p<-rirnee<l nnd furnish teferenres. Address 3. 11. TOWELL. l'lnopoUs, Sotitbafpton county. Vn. WANTED, a flrct-clssi TRIMMER in Millinery IV-imrtnvnt. Apply to MILLINERY DEPARTMENT of Cohen Co., between 11 and 12 o'clock to-day. WANTED, two good lady STENOGRAPHERS; tbo»f familiar with Hsrl.oefc machine preferred. Address STENOGRAPHER, care this office. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. A YOUKO LADY of two year* 1 expfritnee de•lres n position «s teacher...

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