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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

Germany*Dependent Upon America For Her Food. BBP.LrN, May 10.?Tinelo Rim -will ion bo feeding Germany with a spoon. Hor ability to food herself is steadily de? creasing. Her population Increases 600,000 a year, and elio will oventuaily be depetient upon us, a? Is John Bull. Tbo first six months of loft year wo ?old her ?,??? t??ns of moat, 20,000 tons of rye and 606,000 tons of wheat Tlio farmers are objecting to thoso Im? porte, und they want ft tariff. Tlio trulli U thoy cannot supply the nation, no mat tor what tholr protection. Their poll Is poor, and thoy lack tho labor to work their estates. Tho character of the em? pire Is changing. ? generation ago tho majority of the people wore farmers. To-day two-thirds of them are engaged In profesional pursuits, manufactures and trado, and thoro Is a steo-dy exodus iroin tho farms to tho ottlos. Tho farm hands get low wages and their hours are loner. Tlio factory hands work less and ore paid moro. Tho array has also cut down tue farm em...

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. — 17 May 1903

For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business Han Too Htisy to Know. In This World or Ours History-making Evente in All Lines of Activity. Brief, Classified, Complete, to Date. A Ready Reference Encyclopedia. y??me?*?cctn jfffairs. WILL "IOWA IDEA PREVAIL. A press report emlnntbig from Sioux City. Iowa, May fth. told of conferences between Governor Cummins. President Roosevelt nnd Senator Allison nt Wash? ington before Congress adjourned, In which it wns agrenl that tho policy of tariff reform, known ns "the town Idea," is to be favored by the President for the next republican platform. It Is snld thnt Senator Allison has already drawn ? plank for this year's Iowa platform denouncing tariff that promotes tnonopo. lies, and that till, plank will bo the basis of next year's national plank, DATI3 OK THK EXTRA SESSION. After several conferences with Presi? dent Koosevelt, Sergeant-nt-Arins Hnns dell. of the United Stntes Senate, wired it Wa...

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. — 17 May 1903

JffaEJTLmG~THE Bejt&llIZpund f/miCALQ/LTUIiE mmsgs \Eig.2JTheDouble for the leg hold . W1 RESTLINO Is the classic form of physical culture. In both senses of tho word, because It Is tho natural oxerc'lse. Nearly all animals wrcstlo In nome way or other. Children Intuitively learn to toss ono another nbout almost hb Boon as they gain their first legs. It accelerates their blood, gives their muscles play," and( makes them grow nnd grow ?strong. Because It Is a natural exercise, the andeute, who were but grown chil? dren In many ways, practiced It assidu? ously. Tho Grekes and Romans were not alone noted as wrestling peoples; the bar? barians of tho North and East were ex? ceedingly skilful at the bout. The proof that this is the most power? ful and best all-round exercise Is found In tho fact that tho wrestler has been a fa? vorite subject of painter and sculptor elnco the days of the Grecians. Art rec? ognizes that ho who Is a good wrestler can have none other than a well proport...

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. — 17 May 1903

GIFFEN AND HIS COMPANY The Season is to Open at the Academy To-morrow. ?MISS HOBBS" THE BILL The Title Role to be Played by Miss Grayce Scott, Such a Favorite Here?Mr, George Howard Leading Man. "In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love." This dainty little couplet might woll be para? phrased, bo far as Richmond Is concern? ed, by- saying that, "In the spring tho thoughts of Richmond's nmusemont seek? ers turn longingly toward tho rotum of the Oifffm Company." For the past threo years this organiza? tion, dlfferlnir each season tn Its person? nel, but following always the original policy, and being conducted under the oame direction, has occupied a position all Its own and ono which hns grown to be altogether unique. It is not nTOessary to recount the former experiences, dif? ficulties, and triomphe of tho different organizations which have appeared uiidor the name of tho Glffen Company since history bo recent nnd so remarkable Is fresh In every mind. '? W...

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. — 17 May 1903

HOW TO USE RIBBONS TO ADD TO SUMMER GOWNS. Summer Girl ol 1903 to Wear Them Many Ways. CHARMING AND ARTISTIC. Sashes "Will bo Tied in a Now Fashion, Eibbon Garnitures Will be Uncommonly Lovely and Kibbon to bo Used Every Conceivable Way. Ribbons are assumine ?? now Importance' In the world of fashion to-day. In ro? mance and In history the bow of ribbon and the fair girl have always been asso? ciated, and perhaps mis Is why every wo? man lovos a ribbon, Tho summer girl of 1803 will -wear her ribbons In entirely new and charmlng ly artistic ways. Her ribbon aafThes will be tied In a now fashion, her ribbon gar nlturnu will Ixs uncommonly lovely and from tlie crown of her fluffy hat to the toe of her hlgh-hoeled shoo ribbons will bo Introduced In one way or another In her costume. Tho ribbons thomselveiT this year have nover been more beautiful; they aro lus? trous, soft and exquisito In tholr colors and designs, and their transformfn/Tiios slbllltlen are really marvelou-. The clovor ...

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. — 17 May 1903

"MEMOIR OF ROBERT M. T. HUNTER." ANOTHER VIEW OF "RECIPROCITY" Bishop Lawrnnco's "Phillips Brooks"?-"The Wind in the Roso Bush"?"Florida Fan? cies"? "The Bishop." "People You Know." "Grieg. " BOOKS ? ? D AUTHORS Thomas R. Price's Death?The Scholar? ship of Virginia's Great Teachers. Leslie Hall's Henrt-Felt Poem. The Evening Post's Ap? preciation RECIPROCITY.. By J. Laurence Laugh? lin. Ph. D? Professor of Political Economy at the University of Chi? cago, and H. Parker Willis, Ph. D., Professor of Economics nnd Political Science In Washington and Lee Uni? versity. Tho Baker and Tyler Co., Is'ew York, publishers. Price, J2.00, not. Reviewed by William 12. Dodd, Ph. D., ?Professor of History and Economics nt Bandolph-Macon Col? lege. Reciprocity has become familiar to tho average reader principally In connection with the subject of our relations with Cuba. ?But tho history of tho' subjoct date-?! back to tho forties of the last cen? tury?even earlier than that?as a desir? able policy....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

?-^ One of the essentials of the happy homes of to-day Is a fund of Information as to right living and the best methods of promotln( health and happiness, with proper knowledge, each hour ol recreation, of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contribute to that end and are of not lese value than the using of the most wholesome foods and the selecting of tho beat medicinal agenta when needed. With the well-informed, medicinal agents are used only when nature needs assistance and while the importance of cleansing the system effectually, when bilious or constipated, has long been known, yet until within recent years it was necessary to resort to oils, salts, extracte of roots, barks and other cathartics which were found to bei* objectionable and to call for constantly increased quantities. Then physicians having learned that the most excellent laxative and carminative principles were to be found In certain plants, principally in the leaves, the California Fig Syrup Co. discovered a m...

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. — 17 May 1903

THE KATZENJAMMER KIDS MAKE A "STRIKE.* _-. r--;%?.??;,.^??.?...?:...^^ -?-!-1 I- wwm/imt&i? .?.tv.i^.y^^i.^^.w.^a.,^^.^^_... 13L ?m?&wm'mmgti j u^? aejKJji-waBiii .p??.?.?.-??.?t ALPHONSE, GASTON AND THEI? 'FRIEND LEON IN DARKEST AFRICA. A Story of Incredible Adventures and Inexhaustible Politeness. In Four' Chapters.. .Chapter 4. . {Leon'was'captured by*Afrlazn Pygmies^who were about to cook Aim when a ferocious tiger tent them scampering off. Leon managed to escape from the tiger by swimming across a river. But on reaching the shore lie toat'eapt?fttl'by another'tribe of) 'savages, who took such a liking to him that they made him their king. And while he was sitting on his rude throne whom should they bring in aa prisoners but his dear friends?Alphonse and Gaston. _ - _ _ -j ? v " ?- j *~ j | ^~y^\^,t -?-???--?-? QgpjtxQix, UOJ.*?? W. B. Heim. Ole?I -BrlUlII BUM* Beaar-tl||

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 May 1903

THIS t&?X?tt 58BSB1? .US: I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,244. RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1908. PRICE TWO Cci.NiTS, SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, May 18.?Forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday: Virginia nnd North Carolina?Fair Tues? day and Wednesday; light southwest to southerly winds. Yesterday wr/j of almost summer heat ?nd clear. At midnight the skies wero overcast. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. B A. M.63 12 M.?,l B P. M.R8 6 P. M.S' S P. M.78 12 midnight . C9 Average .77t,4 MINIATURE ALMANAC. May 19, 1903. Bun rises.4:59 I HIGH TIDE. Sun sots.7.1.1 Morning.10:20 Moon rises.?.12:30 1 Evening.11:03 RICHMOND. Dr. Kerr's resignation accepted-Will open many Institutions for Christian wiirk '?Boat contracts to be extended-Good roa?!? for Guochlanil?Pastor Wnlthall accepts coll-Inspiring celebration of Wesley's birthday niinlvors\ry-Hond on-coiilMnn on lt., F. i?n?l P. load, Injur? ing: several Richmond people-Political pot begins to holl In Manchester Trusty negro escapes In Go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 May 1903

fculng from th* state-room were the caus Of universal r:ij lymont. The exercises of the day will open nt .50 o'clock to-morrow morning, when, tmdur the auspices of tho Southern Mo morl::I Society, memorial services to Jefferson 7>.ivls will bo field. Tho con? vention will bo called to order .at 12 o'clock by Genernl Gorden. Commaluler !fi?Chlef. There will he speeches of wel com? from the Governor of Louisiana nnd various old soldiers. It Is not likely that the exercises will comprise mm" be;, ond tho address of welcome nnd other hd'drosses. The afternoon S'sslon will he called nl 3 o'clock and bo in session ?about two hours. THE BATTLE ABBEY. A mTtiiitf of tho trustees of the Rattle Abbey, which will certainly It located In Richmond, was held this evening. The ;y|iort of the treasurer. Judge George L. Christian, shows tho sum of WM.OX al rcadv in hind. Of this SiYVO) has been ?paid In by the oMnto of Charles Broad? way Rouss. From tbl." source will lo re celved Mn.OOT more. To H...

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

CARNIVAL IS NOW ON I Exhibition at Broad-Street iPark for Chlmborazo Hosp.ltal i - i GREAT VARIETY OF SHOWS Several Thousand People YoBterday Made the Rounds or the Midway, and Even Moro Saw the Freo Exhibitions-Attractions. ; Amid a blaze of electric lights and the 'familiar sights and sounds that rocall thu ietioot carnivals of lilt? and l'joi, the Heck 'Carnival Company opened a week's en? gagement at the Brond Street Park yes? terday, under the auspices of the Chlm 'bornzo Hospital Association and fur that ?abject. The attendance on the opening night was very gratifying, considering [the number of rival attractions, Jlostock's 'closing night and the presentation of at? tractive bills at the two theatres. Sev? eral thousand people were on the car ?tiivul grounds during the day and ovc l-ling, and various shows that compose , the Mldwuy did a very fair opening 'right's business. The Hock Company arrived bore yester? day from Lynchburg, where It has Just closed a succoHsful week un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 May 1903

The Times-Dispatch fuMisheri Daily nwA "Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Vn. Enlereil January 27, 1003, at Richmond, Va., as Second Class Mntler, tinder Act of Coiiffress of March 3, 1870, The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is Bold at 2 cent? n copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH 5s sold at fi cpiils a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail? 50 cents a month; $5.00 a year, $2.50 for six months) $1.50 for throe months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall $2.00 n venr. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in cltiiliuji Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week'. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Cnrrier, f> rents per woek. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 j-enr. All unsigned Communications will he rejected. Rejected Communications will not he returned unios?? accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, Ko. 510 East Bro.-ul Street. TUESDAY. MAY 19, 1908. A CHILD'S noVEMENTS. One of tha encouraging signs of the times la the work that Is being dono In the study of chid Ufo. Tills implies, of course, mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 May 1903

POLITICAL SITUATION ! Presidential Candidates tho [ , Theme In Washington. (CLEVELAND IN THE RACE _ / Eomo Are Sure He Is, and Others Aro ^ Squally Certain that He Has No Desire to Again Lead the Democracy. <_ ?} Tho Times-Dispatch Bureau, ( No. 1417 O Street, N, \V., Washington, D. C, May 17th. Representative Maynard probably ex? pressed the keynoto of political sontlment In tho Democratic party as to the cam? paign for LOOt when, speaking to The Times-Dispatch correspondent, he said: "I bellove tho mont avallablo man ?ml tho otio toward whom the majority of Democrats are looking is Judge Alton U. Parker, of Now York. I tun for him l>e ciuisu I bcllovo ho can carry New York, win ro others could not, and I believe New I Yolk's voto to bo absolutely essential to ?"Democratic success In 1804. As Tor the ?'jiliitlorm. 1 bcllovo it Bhould advocate, bound money, null-trust legislation and tuilfl reform. On such a plntform and with tho right man, I bollevo the Dcrno ' cratlc party w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 May 1903

KNOCKED OFF THEJJREDGE Blow from Wire Cable Causes Alan to Drown. STUART IN PETERSBURG Over Two Thousand People Go to Hear Him ? Col. Burgwyn to Dredge the Appomattox?Narrow Escape from Death. (8p*clM to The Tlmei-Dlipstcli.) PETERSBURG. VA., May 18.-J. Bon? ner, colored, was knocked from a dredge at the ship yards In this city this after? noon and drowned. Tlio men wero en? gaged In hoisting a -boiler Into the dredge, now nearlng completion. The wire cable broke, and the boiler fell, to tho bottom of the dr,edgo. The broken oable struck Bonner, throwing him Into tho river. The blow is supposed to havo dazed him. No damage was dono to the dredge or boiler. The Stockdell-Myers Hardware Com? pany will build a warehouse on Perry Street, to be used In connection with their business. The bids for building the hotel nt Sy? camore and East Tabb Streets, In this city, will b? open ?id thlB week and the contract awarded. DREDGE THE APPOMATTOX. Colonel C. P. E. Burgwyn will begin this week to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 May 1903

WAS HIT WITH NAIL PULLER Mr. Re?d Released from Jail on Bond. INFANTRY ASSOCIATION The Wilmington Light Infantry to Cel? ebrate Its Seml-Cenlennlal on Mecklenburg Declaration Day. ... (Special to Tb? Tlmei-Dliipatch.) WILMINGTON, N. C., May 18.?Mr. O. 8. Reld, of Chadbaccou, tho prominent trucker and business man, who lost Wed? nesday shot and so seriously woundod Chester Edmonds, Is In Wilmington, hav? ing been relenecd from Whltovillo Jail on liond. Ho is hero arranging for counsel to defend him, Mr. Reld claims sclf-do lense. He said both Edmonds und his biuther Jumped on him, and one of them > dealt him a terrible blow with (in Iron nail puller. ' He was forced to shoot to save his llfo. ?Mr. J. O. Rold. of Norfolk, brother of G. S. Reld, Is here. Edmonds, the wound? ed man, Is In tho hospital hero. It Is now believed that ha has a chanco for re? covery. The thirty-eighth annual reunion of the Third North Carolina Infantry Associa? tion, the oldest veterans' organization on c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 May 1903

RESIGNATION IS ACCEPTED Affecting Scene at the First Church on Sunday. REV. DR. KERR'S LETTER Resolutions Adopted by the Church Committee to Get a New Pastor Appointed?The Presbytery to Meet on Monday. At a business session of the eoiij*rc?a? tlon of the First Presbyterian Church held Sunday after the morning service tho formal resignation of the Kev. Dr. it. P. Kerr whs received and accepted. As a result of these .developments East Hanover Presbyter}? will meet on Monday morning next at tho Second Presbyterian Church, in this city, In specltvl called ses? sion to take tho llnal .step In connection with tho mutter. The pastoral relations between church and pastor will bo dis? solved and Dr. Korr'S ministry hero will como to a close. Before many days have elapsed ho will go to Baltimore, where Ho will enter upon his work about June 1st, MUCH" EMOTION SHOWN. The meeting of tho congregation was nt times a most affecting- one. The mem? bers of tho church realized that the time had como ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 May 1903

BOLDEST OF ALL THEFTS Cary-Street Store Robbed In Broad Daylight. TWO SUSPECTS ARRESTED Police Pick Up ReavQs and McDoar mon?Believe Them Guilty of this ' Daring Robbery?Went to tho Third-Story Window. John Reeves and IK? McDearmon wer? ?Arrested late Sunday afternoon by police of the First District a? auspicious char actera, and th? ofl'cers believe them guilty of one of the boldest and best ?xeouted burglaries that have como tc their attention In a number of months. Th? men, it la thought, are guilty of having robbed the storehouse of W. M. Parrlsh. No. 1211 East Cary Street, the crime being committed In broad daylight. Reeve? and McDearmon were arraigned In the Police Court yesterday morning, tut at the Instance of Police Captain fihlnberger, tho oases against them were postponed until the lost of the week. In tho Interval the officer? hope to procure evidence sufficient to convict tho men of burglary. Every effort will bo exhausted to aoaumulate evidence against the alleged crim...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 May 1903

LIQUIDATION IN STOCKS Selling Caused by Des pair o Any Rise in Price. OPENING WAS IRREGULAR Slight Decline Was Followed by a Con siderabte'Rally, but Later by Crumb? ling Prices All Through the List. (n.r Assoclntod Press.) NEW YOHK, May IS.?There was much liquidation In the stock market to-day. The selling seemed to ho caused by a crystnllzatlon of sentiment which has been dormant for some ttnio, but action wile deferred In the hopo of a recovery. Tliero was no development to cause t.ho decline, except the engagement of $2,330, 000 oT gold for export to Europe. This had been quite definitely expected, and the amount was rather less than some of the forecasts. There was a slight finning In the call loan, but It could not be snkl that any liquidation was forced by a with? drawal of credits. The result of the consideration over Sun. day of the general financial solution seem- ? ed to bo rather favorable to t.ho placing of stop-loss orders as a precautionary measure below tho market th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 May 1903

OHE MINIMUM CENT CHARGE ? 25 Oe?te, WORD. Cash In Advance THESE ARE THE WOHDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM ?HE charos GENT 25 Oenf?, A G3shlnfifii-ai.ee WORD. HELP WANTED?FEMALE. ?WA NTK I ), A WASHER WOMAN AT 112 8011th Third Street. \VANTKD, A RELIABLE AND KXPKU lenced wURSBi liest of referen?es re quired, Apply to 2309 Lust Broad Street. [WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS COOK, WHO enn take charge of kitchen; must be Clean and (competent. Address 112 South Third Street. ?WANTED. FEMALE STENOGRAPHER, nblo to increase lier Income by using a machine 20 to 40 per cent, spendier than tho rest nnd on account of up-to-dato features must turn out botl?5r work with less menial find physical effort. AddreM OLIVER STANDARD VISIBLE WRITE!', lllclimonrl. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE.-"' ?WANTED?A V O t ) NfTw O MA N O F EDU" cation and experience In stenography and hook-keeping desires a pORltlmi: slid funrnnlees to do first-class work; reforn 0 W. 8. Copelttnd, of The Tlmes-Dls pa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 May 1903

Miller <S Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. Special Sale oi Sofa Pillows In the Art Needle? work Section. We have a fine assortment of slightly soiled Sofa Pillows in the art section in Floral and Conventional designs. All hnnil embroidered, some of them in Silk. Many of thoso Pillows have Silk Ruffles while others have Cords nnd Tassels. $4.00 to $12.00 have been the prices for these articles. To close them out we have divided them nil into three price lots. $1.50, $2.50, $3,98. French Hand Made and Domestic Muslin Underwear. Almost daily people tell us they never imagined such pretty things could be found anywhere in Eichmond. Many of them?such as our French hand-niado underwear, and our special lines of high class Domestic goods?cannot be found olsowhero than our store Fronoh hand-mndo and embroidered Corset Covers, $1.25. French hand-made Nainsook Drawers, hand embroidery, $2.25 and. $2.50. French hand-made, nnd embroid? ered Nainsook Gown, low neck and short sieves, trimmed with ...

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