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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 July 1903

FIELD DAY FOR BEARS Violent Liquidation in Both Stocks and Bonds. MONEY IN ACTIVE DEAUND Day's Losses in Active List Range Generally from One to Two Points, but In Activs List There Were Drastic Cuts, By Associated rroon. rsrcw YORK, -July ]5.-Th« violent llfiuklntlon of atorikH mid bondn contlnund on thg Block Kxclutngn lO'flay, pistablldllltlg a Rt.-nernl luw recnnl or values for lh(> your. Thn monuy CSlgCllCleil of the Now i'oik Coritrnli whicli was th« particular tlevcloiiinent unyn which thn present inovonipiil sliirtcj, ii.i. wldeiiP'l k> ns to tako the rnllrond world qulto Ktnernlly. Tiif> iiuthnritntivo hewn of the iniy regarding tliu money icqulrcmouu of tin; Krcfil. r.'illrond oorpormlons wuh hiii>plotnonted by ciiuiitlraa I'iinioru of nil 'H'Hi.'".< nf iTPfiltHMIIly pulntiiiK to urgent iicpds mi iho pun <if tii<; railroad worW in Rcnornl, nnd Individual cnpltnllHtß in Imrtlctllnr, iind nllrKliiK ...

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

!0 Miller & Rhoads. Miller C) Rho&ds. Lace and Chiffon Parasols $1.98 to $10.00 THEY WERE $3.50 TO $25.00. Reductions in Parasols are supposed to come at the last of the season — this one comes nearer the beginning thau tho close of sum" mer — b u t -weather conditions have been ngninst us and prices havo come down. Most of these prr-tty Sun Shnd»s orifrinnlly sold fW ton dollars and under, but tvc carried qultn n. number of hlp-hor priced ones nnd th» most «jtqui?lt9 creations or Chiffon nnd laca that you ever saw. You can imagine what a cut in price there's been when $20.00 and $25.00 Parasols aro now $10.00. $15.00 ones now $7.98. $10.00 ones now $5.98. $ 6.00 ones now $2.98. $ 4.00 ones now $1.98. Mohair Walking Skirts at Reduced Prices. Navy and Black— well made, fit perfectly and worth just as mnch nbvr as they wero when we bought them — but the season is advancing, and it's our policy to clear the counters for fall goods as rapidly as possible. $3.98 S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

'— — — > THE TIMEB. FOUNDED 3859. I WUni TJ MTTMRF I ? 16 29£ THE DISPATCH. FOUNDKD ISM. I WnULJI IN U l v l DCtSs., J.0)Z70. MANN LAW ISSUE IN ALBEMARLE Chief Factor in Legislative Contest. IS OPPOSITION TO HON. W. A. BOAZ Liquor Vote Likely to Go SolIdiy Against Him. PECULIAR STAND IN CHARLOTTESVILLE The Liquor Sellers There Are Opposing Mr, Boaz Because Ho Voted for the Mann Bill, Although the Result Has Been a Great Benefit to Them in a Pecuniary Way. (Special to The Timos-Dlspatch.) CHARI-OTTESVILLE, VA-, July 18.— Democratic nomination to the House of Delegates. Hon. W. A. Boaz, the veteran member of tho House from Albenurle, has opposition for re-election — perhaps tho strongest he has yet encountered. But he never received tho unanimous endorsement of his people. However strong he may be In the House, and perhaps tion. And he always wins. This time Mr. Sam Burnley, a lawyer cf Charlottesvlllc, Is running against Mr. Boas. The Liquor Vole. It is believed that the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

z WATER W'KS MAGIC THERE Irrigation Creates a City in a Sterile Desert. INGENUITY AND DARING A Virginia Minister Finds Life Worth Living and Americans the Same in New Mexico as in the East. Open Door Hospitality. (Written for The Times-Dispatch.) CARLSIV\D, TERKITOHV OF NEW MEXICO. July 10.— In coming "out West" rrom Fort Worth. Texas, by the Texas and Pacific, one soon runs Into the nrld regions. For hundreds of interminable mileß, as they seem, thfl traveler jOUk'neys In b, region which seems almost a desert, ■which is a desert, a-nd much of which until a compnrn lively recent period figured on the map as tho "Great American Desert." For miles an-d miles no huiniin habitation Is visible, nnd when they appear they remind us how little Is necessary to man. The vast stretches of endless prairies aro solitudes, save Tur the herd? of cattle and .the fiorks of sheep. And from tho car windows they seem to live on sand and mesqulte bushes. After the Impact of tills monotony, lasting from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

GERMAN VICTORY Great Rejoicing Over Result of Automobile Contest. DRINKING HEALTH WATERS Tfio Season Has Arrived When the High Livers Seek Restoration at the Springs — Suicide for Love of Photograph. BY MALCOLM CLARKE. Special Cable to The Times- Dispatch. Copyright, 1903.) BEHMX, July 38.— Tlioro Is great anil continuous Joy here over the German victories In the Irish automobile race. Hcrr Jenatzy gains for (Jtrmuny the chief prlssc, notwlthßtandlng the deatrlicUon of tlir- Mercedes factory at CnnnBtatt by fire, with tho specially built motors ,whicli it contained, on the very cvo of the rano. Germany may, therefore, fairly be congratulated upon her buccoh.s In tho face of the frowns of fortune. To British and French Industry the victory of tho fjf-rman machines teacheh n lesson, Tho German earn had not been built for the race, and were of the pattern Bupjilled to ordinary purchasers. They won because they were.quod. tliorouKhly trustworthy, and well designed. Their buccoss must bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

* The Times-Dispatch Published Daily nnd Weekly At No. A North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1903, at Richmond, Va., as 6Ccond-cUss matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Bold nt 6 cents a copy. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall— SO cents n month: JS.OO n year; J2.50 for Plx months; $1.30 for three months. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 n year. or f>o cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCtt, ..by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEKKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 n year. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Droad Street. SUNDAY, JUNE 19. ITO3. Persons leaving tho city for the summer should order The Tlmes-Dlspatch mailed to them. Price, 60 cents per month. LAST WEEK'S WORK. During the week just past the Richmond Pasenger and Power Company made noteworthy headway in adding to its force of conductors and motormen nn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

» fIIDING (& OV/rltten for the Sunday Times-Dispatch.) ELIZABETH CITY, N. C, July 17.— Back In 1710 there lived and diod a man In the region, of Eastern Virginia and Carolina, who made himself master of tho high seas and forced the world to acknowledge his naval supremacy, as no other man has ever done. The name of '.'Edward Toach," of England, Is scarcely known, tavo by a few who have troubled themselves to study the real history of tho Sea King of the early eighteenth century. Yet it was Edward Teach who bullded or occupied a building erected for another of great means— a house on The same locality was for over a hundred years after the death of Teach a rendezvous for pirates of the world, and the wife of Governor Plckney, daughter I^are county, within twenty miles of where the seat of the eighteenth century pirates In colonial days it was considered such a laree sum that men risked lives to secure It. The reward was an item of Insignificant vnlue. as compared with tho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

fl Richmond Foclcty Ie mightily Interested in the fact that the city !&• to have an elegant, strictly modern and strictly firstclass apartment hou.se, with bo high sounding a title a.i "The Chesterfield; that the building lv to be situated at the ccrner of Franklin and Shfifer Streets and to front eighty feet on a most fashtenable thoroughfare, to that occupants, seated fit their windows, can overlook the dally nnd weekly promenade below them nnd" see the tmnrt world nt its perambulations, if It so pleases them, without 1 going out of doors. The Richmond bachelor maid rejoices over the advent of "The Chesterfield." because It? two-room nnd three-room suites will afford her a much longed for opportunity to set up her household gods with the "moft advantageous surroundings and In the most altogether indevendent manner. White maple floors will ofVer an altogether lovely background for hei modest rugs; softly tinted walls will display favorite prints framed by her own fair h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

A Pleasures of Summer at Mountain and Seashore BREEZES AT THE BEACH Merry Throngs Parade Upon the Board Walk. A ViSIT TO CAPE HENRY Jolty Parly Went Over There for the Day — Dinner and Bowling Parlies and Watermelon Feasts—Cottages Full of Guests. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) VIRGINIA BEACH", July 17.— C00l rrp.nzen and a tomperato nun, blankets and no mosquitoes, have been the order of the day nnd night at Virginia Beich for the last. week. Rvory cottage seems full to repletion, nnd th* Prlnccus Anno pr-ndfl forth Its throng to Join tho merry promenaikTH and bathers its evening approaches. Under tho starlight the bMch Is nt Its best. From a mile of porches floats the mußlrt of laughter and i;ong, while from tho hotel tlio throb of dance music mlnKlex with the boom and owlsh of old ocean. At dinner on Sunday evening at the Princess Anno the guests wp.rf; Mre. Shields find Mien Grace Shield*, of Richmond; Miss May Davis, of Crnse City; Miss Hogard; of Birmingham, Ala.; Mr. Murray...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

ft WHERE DAYS LINGER NOT Rural SGcnes That Exhilarate the Spirit and Restore. LIFE AT ROCKBRIDGE ALUAI The Grand Ball Room Filled Each Night With Many Dancers Untired by the Round of Tennis, Bowling and Riding in the Day. (SreHnl to Th* 1 Tlmm-Pl»p«tfh.) ROCKBRIDOE AT.I'M SPRINGS, July 18;— Shut nwny from the world's busy cares nnd anxieties, within easy call of • those we've left behind us, the days pass fo softly and pwiftly that we scarcely realize their ftipht. The older pnrt of the company, revelling In the sons of the birds nnd the peace of their surroundings, are jealous even of the broakJnsr of the stillness hy the music of one excellent band, agreeing with Cowper that— "Nor rural sights alone, but rural snunds, Exhilarating the spirit, nnd restore The tone of languid nature." With the tremendous Increase of gue.'tp nnd the arrival of the hand, the gay season of Rockbrldgo Alum has begun. NIGHTLY BALLS. Tho grand old hull-room is now filled each night with those eager for th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

Correspondence of Thn Times- J the' tiiort perlo'd between the closing of Harvard University for tho summer nnd tho opening of tho Summer Bchool that transforms tho neighborhood of Harvard Bquaro from a city of undor-Rfnduates to one of teanhorn ami other adult students, gathered from all parts of the country, not. one of the older buildings neemn to settle down more contentedly Into Its vocation quiet thnn the old wooden house that wan erected something over 175 years ngo as n. homo for tho college prefcidenls. The old house hns a special right to Its rr-mlnlseent mood Just at this season, for It wns tn July. 1775, thnt the, presenco of General Washington mnde It the temporary hendquartcrn of the new-born American nrmy. H war here, Indeed, that tho American Revolution received Its first Impr«s as an organized military resistance. Wadsworth House, ns tho first headrjunrters of the American nrmy Is now called In honor of the llr«t Harvard president who occupied It, was known orl«lnal...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

10 YORK COUNTY JAIL EMPTY A Place Where Thirty Cents Looks Like a Dollar. THE MOCKING BIRD IN JULY A Fine Brood of Puppies Raised on the Bottla— No Good Man in York Willing to Stand for tW'e House. Satisfied With Constitution. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) YOKKTOWN. VA., July IS.-The law dockets of both County nnd Circuit Courts of York have been exceptionally bare of criminal cases. Tho county Jail has not had 0 single Incarnation for vice since January Ist. the only occupant of the pen, being a harmless old colored lunatic. Never before In the history of the county has such conditions preVftlled for so long n time. The nepro nf York county Is as K°od an •xnmple of tlie Afro-American of to-day as the country can boast of. Lyvlng is also not a very great task as a few common-place prices will Indicate. Enough fish can be purchased for a dime to feed a family of half a dozen; f'.Sh of the finest salt water varieties, nnd kicking when they go In the pan. Fifteen cents buys more mea...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

A VIRGINIA EDITORS; WHAT THEY THINK A Sanctum, Every wrek the Ornnge Observer offnrs ItP readnra a "flahcturt Sermon. ' Hot6b Inpt week's dlßcourpe: Dear render, v/n bellive that m«ny ft jif!r*on'f cnflln has gono to tho "Pilcnt city of th 6 d»>nd" bedocked with flowf-rs, In vhfiso life too ffw bloomed. Many are tbr little ones who nr« In Id awny, lad'-n w!th f|r>wi->' cfosfteß and wreaths, Into WI1051? lives" but few floworfi ever blis»cm«<l. I'loweiß of love and klhdneftj! PprlnKlng Intn oxl«»rnfP at the BweetVOICCd Intonatl'Mi. Nourlßhftd by gentl* tvordß nnd thoußhtful ai'ffr; compnsflonute- plntu.es from the liedlmm^'l eye and h»nr(y pressure from tbf hand bf conflfloncf". Man> nre ihtr hlgb-^oundlng cu]r,g|ps nvrr "d^nri frlftnds' bndl«H. who In ]|ff never f<"lt Iho wnrm brenth of your jiralfp. AVhat «noil can thoy do When the vnlrolopß spirit is Vjnthluß Itpelf In tlie pupernsl beauty if tho bright beyond? Vih....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

re WHY IT IS SO. 'It fyHB FTN'EPI 1 hud mo?t E .beautiful lot of White J_ Orvods I' ever fiw for tho price-?," 6a ld a phoppar last \reek. who is exporiencod Jn shopping In New York BJid Phliadelphia," nt> well ac Blcliniorid. How can we do it? It is all In the knack and the know how. iong «>xporiMi<'<\ nTTwMt costly n.t times, has tfliipht our buyers. In buying for rppular ptodc they do not overdo tho matter to pet a suppo^d bargain. The r««ull 's. o\ir Ptock— beinp boupht rTpht— is Kota rut in time to onnV>]e the bilyors to jro on thn market when the mills, manufacturers and importers nro at the ' end of their season — they are up npninst a F-tone wall. Tt is a plain case of "stanrl and deliver"— because they cannot a.ffhrd tr> cacry over stock to another season, and we get ■what we want at our buyers' offer. COTTON DRESS GOOOS— "iHX" The biggest Cotton Dress Goods business we ever did— that means the biggest, busin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

THB3 TIMES, FOUNDED TBSB I SHE DIBPATCH, FOUNDED USO I UNCLE GERTZEN SETS A TRAP FOR A MERMAID; BLJT LOSES HIS BA'l 'Here's VratooVi take a peekaVyotirself: (Now PH grab-herl)" | WHOLE NUMBER, 16,2? U set a trap—^ire ta tatch{sny wonati*^ There-l She's gone and done ttl" BICKMONB VA.', SUNDAY, JULY 19, 1903. "Mlssed'hai by cri%y^f "How does • that, strikeyour; fancy,' lady ? ''Here, leggo that mirror! You'll pirn me overt" ''That's na mermai4~UVa real woman!" PKIOE FIVE CENTS.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

OF THE WAR Vote hi Virginia Convention on Secession Ordinance. BATTLE OF THE CRATER Reminiscences of that Engagement and Recollections of Major Wade Hampton Gibbes— Anecdotes of the War, Etc. No, 122 Ynrmoulh Street, Editor of Tlio Times-Dispatch: ot secession, WednesdHy. April 17, ISUI, iri the convention held In Richmond. They lire taken from (i pumphlct of thirty -jiages, entitled "'PortloiiH of tho Journal pirvlous ouestio". which wan sustained the a option of the ordlnimeo submitted .' .All Wilson, on )i s.' own motion, wag excused from volinsr. The n.-.moß of those yotlnjj in tlio Hfllrmativo are: Willlitm M. Ambler, Poter C. Johnston, Williiim B. Aston, Mftrmaduke Johnson, .lames BarboUr, Jlobi-rt C. Kotit, Angus R. BluUey. JOhn J. Kindred, George Blow, Jr., Jinues I.rwsoii, ,I;imes Bolssi'hii. Walter J>. Leekc, rotor b: Borxb, Wiji, 11. MaTjfarlauil, Wood Bouklln. Clins. K. MitlUiry, AVliliiim W, Boyd, .Inntes B. Mnllory, James C, Bruco, Fleming n. Miller, Allen T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

1/fl.urencc Rto-rno, one. of Ibe. greatest and probably tho smuttiest of nil English novelists, used to say that the thing of nil others he nlmo<i at In his works was mystorlousness and obscurity. In other words, he always soiiKlit to loavo the reader In dotiht nn to whnt actually had happened and what w.is going to jj^ppen. After reading his "TrlHtam Bhnndy" or "Sentimental Journey," ono fools that ho ha* boon chasing a ■will o' the wisp, though It must bo n/!mltte<l that these works ate very delightful lgnes falut. Now, baring tho fact thnt Sterne was smutty, whllo I am as pure ;is a newly whitewashed fence, I am in pretty much tho same fix as tho old English novelist. In other words, 1 am nbout to writo concerning my family affairs, and still 1 don't wish to let out any necrots. To make a long ntory short, tho Commander-ln-Chk-f (she who buys my socks for me nnd receives my weekly salary) and myself «ro about to have a wedding anniversary. We want nil our fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

» Frank Donley's "Pigs in Clover" is the Book of the Season, so say The Critics Who Have Already Read it and Enjoyed it. "ROUND ANVIL ROCK" A Romance by Nancy Hudson Banks Who Tells of Country Life in Kentucky in the Early Days of Last Century When Some of tho Feuds of To-day Had Their Repining, PIGS IN CLOVER. Written by Frank Donby. Published by J. B. Llpplneott & Company, Philadelphia. Most of tho reviewers agree that this is the strangest book of iho season, and wo fully concur. "Pigs In Clover" Is a term to denote plain, rich people In good society, and the hero of this story and | his adopted brother aro "pigs" who came , out of the Plums, root In the gold fields of South Africa, strike it rich and then break into high society in London. Karl Is ii Jew, rough, audacious, and not altogether scrupulous in his sclTemcs, but generous and heroic, and in spite of hla faults, a character one cannot help admiring. He was a hero from the start, as n lad taking care of his m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 July 1903

C LINEN WITH THE FRENCH CURVE. Taste! blue Iln<;n. with Cl'iny laro dyed o match, forms this fetching costume, and a cravat and pipingH of swirlot fHlk sivo a piquant touch. The blouse Is folded poftly Into a belt, beneath which Is worn a Ilo?allnd adjuster to assure the requisite French curve. Thu *klrt Is cut In seven gore?, and a circular flounce covered with three- bias folds appears beneath the deep band of tho lace, Pearl buttons appear on the stole collar and on the cuffs. a £ I Regards it a Duty g (Special Correspondence, of The TimesDlspatch.) KEW YORK, July IS.— The Nev- York irlrl considers It an obligation to herself nnd tha world In general to be well dressed. Her clothes affect her moodß. *ho will tell you, and she claims that she Retually cannot he at her best mentally unless i;ho feels she is appropriately and effectively gowned. She rr-gards It a duty in life to please, and, In a. measure, ■he dresses with this end In view. It Is a characteristic of the N...

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