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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

a PEACEFUL CONQUEST German Emperor Has His Eye on Far East. THE CHINAMEN IN BERLIN Wear Gorman Military Uniforms and Aro Being Taught the German Language — M. Loubel's Visit to England Causes Uneasiness BY MALCOLM CLARKE. Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch. Copyright, 1903.) (BEni/IN, July 25,— P00r old China hfis moro troubles than tho Czar Ib giving her. Tho Kalaor has doflnlto deslstm upon hor. Hlh Majesty Is taking moro of n. hand In tho groat Eastern gamo than hiis been realized up to date. Herllners havo boon nsHlstfrt to thin conclusion by two inoldrntH of recent occurrence tending to chow that If Iho. C*nr loaves anything laying nround loose William 11. Is not minded to let It so (to waste. Tho Ntronßest evidence to this offoct 1h soon In preparations to Ftrengthen tho German East Asiatic squadron, The order has gone forth that during the current year theno vessels will be added— the cruiser fipc-rber, the river gunboat Tnlng-Tau, nn<J another, the character o.i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch Publlshi-d Daily and Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street. Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1903, at Richmond, Va., as second-clflf» matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH 1« sold at t cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is Bold at 6 cents a copy. ' The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall— so centß a month; J5.00 a yoar; It.BO for six months; 11.30 for throe. months. _„ . , The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by. mall $2.00 ft year. . OOATr « tn - ' The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, eluding Sunday. In Itlchmond and Man- ; or liO cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier. 6 crnts per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. 11.00 n yenr. • J AJI Unsigned Communications will be i)»^rtod. OajßOii^d n ■ „nrdontlnns will not t>* etarn^a -U- * •"OmyahM "V Htn-mpa uptown >rnu« •« T. A. Mill-r 1 .. No. Nt BaJt Arnat) Itntat. SUNDAY JULY 26, 1003 Poninrm i™rlnK !hc r!ty tor tno mimtnnr should onlor Tho Tlmcs-Dlspatch mailed to thorn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

X . Lfl . . . — _ ,— g. -jy -ry W" |f "W, ▼" W"^ (Special to tho Tltneß-'D.patch.) eoviNOTON, VA., July 2»-The Jackion Rliror Hunt Club was omnlzed September 27, 1902, and I" compoid of a number of huntsmen from Alghany nnd Bath countlns. Tho following natned aro officers: J. 1.. Blakey, of lot Springs, president; Andrew Fudge, t Covington, vice-president, and I3r. R. APpie. of Hot Bprlngß, secretary and trisun-r. Tfce other member* of the cli. arc— l-'roin Hot Springs: Dr. H. S. P01e... C. Alpbln, W. A. Hoover, T. M. Jordfl, C. D. Oillanple, C. W. Richardson, JF. Lowman; J. W. Hamilton, and PorcyAlphln; from Oovlngton: Charles MulTottvS. M. Nettleton, J. T. Fudge; from Montaln Orovo: M. O'Farrall; and from Cllon Forge: C. A. Fudge. Not nil tho members of is club appear In the picture in which' tl- men arc assembled under the tree, n which tho Goldfinch Gets Dth Bed and Board fromTliisUes. SNEAK TRICK 'F COWBIRD Immense Numbers f Robins Killed in Southern States-> p the S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

0 Midsummer days not only onng me perfection and priory of fuinmer In fruitage and flower. They also bring tlio time When out-of-door living becomes a Joy, when walking, driving, golfing, boating, hunting, fishing and camping <mt appeal with douUe force to 'ilie dovotees of leisure and pleasure. House pattici and camping: out part Ins have been enjoyed with more than Oielr usual zest this season. Given the Ideal Virginia host and hostess for such forms of entertainment and tho measuro of amusement and good comradeship, they- afford 'to those brought together in J-'ich a way can scarcely be estimated. ]t must be experienced for tho full flavor in be described. So it Is, that the story of ono such midsummer celebration, Just given by Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson Brown, of Bedford county. Is left to bo told for the socloty columns of Tho TlmnsDlspatch by a young Richmond girl who accompanied tho party. How well tho telling is done may bo seen from the following account of tho ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

SOCIETY ( Continued From Sixth Pflße.) Epes, Mr. Kobert M. O'Forrall and Mr. Travis Ep<>.«, of Richmond; Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Donnan, of Petersburg: Misses EUIIo and Kobe Epos, Mlm Helen HnrjK Mr. and Mrs. 11. S. Beverly, Messrs. A\ niton, Edward nnd T. E. Epes, Mr. W . J. Harris and the Rev. C. M. Dlckerson, of Blaekptonf, Va.; Mrs. J. P. Af?new ami Mrs. Blair, of Nottowny, and last, but not ugg c „ , Miss Mabel Mcß.iln, the leading; conIrnlto at All-Snints' Church and Beth Ahalm Synagogue, Is spending the sumthreading vocal lintructcr of the New England Conservatory. Miss Lena Hnncoek of this .city, Is the guest of Cftptan nnd Mrs. T. E. Emerson, of Baltmore, aboard their steam yacht, "Marßnret." The yachting party are now at Newport for the rnr.e3. Among those on board arc Mr*. I. Emerson, Dr. nnd Mr*. Smith McKlm, Miss Anne McKlm. Mr. Harry Williams, Mrs. Willie Lehr and Mlsa Hnnrnck. ♦ » • Hiss Booker's Success, The Lonrlon Times, In a recent Issue, malcen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

fi j$ Newport Witnesses Reign of Beautiful Young Matrons j& MRS. O. H. P. BELMONT, Mother of Duchess of Marlborough (Special Correspondent of The Times* Dispatch.) NEWPORT, H. 1., July 25.— Newport, America's exclusive summer resort, again presents the appearance of a huge, beautiful gardon filled with rare nnd gorgeous flowers. Thn "senpon" hns begun. Thnt magic word hns brought from the furthest coiners of Europe, Anln, Africa— from all pnrtp of tho world, tha beautiful women who not only lend In the society of iNew York, but aro well-known ns entertainers In the most exclusive London and Paris social sets. The American women have come forth into society's glare looking f|ash and robust after their relaxation of n few weeks, which It has become the habit of these fnir Democratic sovereigns to take In the interval after the close of the winter nnd spring gayrtlns and before the whirl of summer frlvnltles begins. While the mistresses were /leeliiß from Foelety nnd gather...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

A GERMAN AND Amusement Af.orded Both Children arid " Gruwn Upb" Something Always DJng at tru Ol Sweot Sprigi g= — Many Pretty GirL and Stately Damns ai the Dear Old hesort. (8i>(!i:la! to Th* TlTuos-IJl*|Jnteti.) ULD BWfcJJtfT i4i'Ki»><.o, \s. v^i.., Julj 25— This haß been n. rod letter wceii, the big events being a pig hunt, tho first gel*man of the season, anil a big progicst,lvo «uchre party, all In one day. Tho gorrnun, led by Mr. Horace H. Bell •nd Mihs Mario }i. Smith, wns a very pretty dance. Mr. and Mrs. Bell gave the refreshments. We have somo vory pretty girls lio.ru, and ono of the loveliest, queeniiost figures among them ia a Richmond maiden, Mlbs Nellie Davenport, Tho graceful Fisher sisters, -.he Brltton ulsturH, '.'"teH" cato and pretty, like Dresden china," and the flower-crowned Helson Bisters, wero among tho fair folk who helped to mako the first german a thing of beaiitj'. Mlsh Smith, who Is petite and .3n-inlßii In typo, looked nH...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

10 THAT ARE WORTH READING. Jack London Gives Us a Delightful Sfory About a Bog in Alnskn, Dwighfc W. Hunlington Has a Companion Book for the Huntsman. SEVERAL SHOBT REVIEWS "1/Ctters of a Diplomat's Wife," b.r Mnry Klhk Wnddington ; "A Victim of Conscience," by Milton Goldsmith; "A Sociabje Ghoft," by Olive. Harper; "How Fnrls Amuses Itmlt," by F. Berkley Smith. Features of tho Now Magazines. millan Company. For salo In Richmond by tho liell Book and Stationery Company. Trlco J1.60. No other American can wrlto of Alaska, Hn prtmltJvene."=p, Its vastness, itf>- snows, •llenco and savagery, ns Jack London can. "The Call of the Wild" Is the story of ■ dog. In its setting there is a remote, • hadowy California background, overshadowed by "the heart of things primordial," Into which life plunges in the Klondike. The dog hero of Mr. London's book Is cmlled "Buck." Born of his father, Elmo, • Saint Bornard, and his mother, Shep, a Scotch shepherd dog:, he first opened his eyes I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

r A VIRGINIA EDITORS; WHAT THEY TSi INK nn peonage, of" Which tho following is a Tlio Alabama penplo nro either feeling tor affecting a considcrnblo dcKfoo of inWlgnntlnn towards tho practices of new •11 tho Indignation l<i genuine, ihoy will n.( nutagn arid sympathize nlth Ui" punUhmetit of offenders', who are creflllably jhatßCd With every form of fnuid and cruelty— with tho flctuml kldnnpplnn, under the form of law, of men and womett", nnd their Bale by tho kidnappers, who nro r<'iiorfilly constables, to plunters n»u 01 Ik r.s who hoop the nejiroos under dilvei« nnd whip them with every feature of Tiio existence of this form' of bondnco \f nn nslnnlMhinont to tho people of the Whole United Htaton, who lmvo In tho mnln accepted thn n?Fiirntice of lmdlng Bouthem men lhat (hoy, tho Itlen of tho Eolith, know tho negro better lhan tho «]'. Hi- things that aro u>st for him; Thofia Houthpriv men have always In-plm.-.i that iii' ir point of view la really...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

32 SECOND FLOOR. Do yon need a Shirt- Waist or a Suit? Our second floor presents tho greatest price inducements you over saw. The highest g enins of the French as well ns the American artists has contributed its fittest creations. They look too pretty to be sacrificed, but they xnnst go—and that now. "Wo did not stop at cutting prices— they are 6imply Blanghtored. Shir! Waists. CTki. oach, were 9Sa-Sh««r Wbtt« larm Ph l rt -Waists, two pretty Rtyles, tucktd and ♦mbroldery trimmed, W2n ea^h. were SI.PJ-Btyllsh India Linen Waists, ©nttr* front of nn« embroidery, nu-lety of dorlßns. 92 BO each, W«r* «4.1K-B««.trt.tful White lAwn Waists, BOWS hnnd *mtoroldomd, »omo lJ^ce trlmmea. 8x.«o M oh, Tfw. *« 5 -* >alnt >; fl£sf I £s Bian Ijwi Wnlrtd. broafl hem«tltohed SiTta.. rtyltoh stoolc collar and full sleeve all ?!«••• pi !»!* f wh, were S».4ft-Pr«HtT Embroidery Waleta, low neck an>l flowing sleeves. f3.W> each, wer» JS.OO— Handsome WalFl.", pomb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

MA GAZINE fiff* fir* rMfc m») jffll liii'tern t+\\ THREE THE TrMES, FOUNDED ISSB THE DISPATCH, FOUNDED I*so POET M'CANN HAS FIFTEEN MINUTES WITH PEGASUS | WHOLE NUMBER, 16,2*?. BICIEMOND YAm BU2STDAY, JULY 26, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

2 (^s) l^-J7T»> a OEN'L LEE'S PICKET LINES How They Guarded Entrenchments from Hereto Petersb'g THE ROUGH EXPERIENCES Soldier Life in the Southern Army— A Desperate Charge and How Cap- , tain Matthews Came to His Death. Editor of The Times-Dispatch: Sir,— ln some Sunday l8(«uo kindly cay feomething of General T.re's . pickpta Buardlrig against General Grant's army around Rk-hinond— General Grant liavlns had nine to General J^ee's ono, 1 have never comprehended how Genmaln lino so as to >revent their capture, when thi^re was not. n view, any s=lt;n of more than ono of the gray to nine of the blue, and those few guarded Richmond. I saw what Is above mentioned February 21, 3565. Very, truly, H. MV BUIiUTT, Louisville, Ky. The disparity between Grant's and I^ee's numbers was groat, but not .so great as nine to one; but l>eo had about thirty-live milon of front to guard, i ud this "strhiglnp out" made his ranks very thin. There wero pickets at longer or H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

V VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF METHODS AND ITS SPLENDID WORK MR. JENKINS 3IGNING CHECKS. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) CHAJU.OTTHSVII-E, VA., July 25.fhn fact that a thousand school teachers fa/ther at Charlotlesvllle every summer aas long excited my curiosity. What do Lhey do? What takns them thither, and dn they really derive the benefit from their excursion that they »i 11 allege? rhese nro questions which havo repeatylly suggested themselves to me, espeHally during tho past two or three months, when I have heard tnany teachers In yarloun counties of tha State express pleasure at the prospect of spending sorno (veeks at Charlotesvllle this mimmcr. Bo it was curiosity pure and simple that brought me here and caused mo to ipeniJ several days In nt tendance on Jio Hummer School of Methods. Tho teachers pro studying a great many things at the Hchool. I have be<*n ntudyng the school— and the teacher.". My JUrioSlty has been gratified. I am compelled to acknowledge surprise and ple...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

4 --.Veil, If this doesn't beat the Dntch, I don't know what does," .«nld tho Com-roander-in-Chlef Inpt Pnturrtny nlfeht, whllo wo were sitting- comfortably alone Vipothor at home, after tho juvenile multitude had been safely tucked in bod. "The paper says that Mr. •Cleveland has ndoptod Mr. Roosevelt's policy." Now, my contempt lor tho good woman's knowledge of politics Is supremo, nnd when 1 hoard her make, this startling statement, T simply 'turned up my noso end said: "Shucks, woman, you'ro off your ground. Back to the. Woman's Page. Dont' try to meddle with public affairs and men folk's doings. " "But the paper shows tluit I nm right,", insisted the pertinacious Individual, who makes It a point never to yield to me In any argument. "Sco here; the item says, 'SON IS BORN TO MRS. CLEVELAND.* Now If that doesn't show that Mr. Cleveland has adopted the Presicicnt's policy, I don't know what does." When the Queen 800 saw thnt I was puzzled to caitch her point, sho mildly compared th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

c Crcat Improvement Noticed Since Season Opened. SOME OF THE NEW STYLES Mow n Cool-Looking Linen Gown May Be Made — Sun-Plaited Costumes in Favor — Separate Waists Elaborate. • (Bpeclal Correapcnflenco of The TlmesDlspatch.) NEW YORK, July 25,— The smartest gown In tho latent. If the first (town of tho toasori is nt, tho lust k°w la often the survival of tho fluent. Dressmaking In nn art which Is always approaching perfection. No sooner Is one gown msidr. than sonic new way of improving itb Btyle and finish becomes apparent, Tho midsummer gowns this year look on though they h.-id reached the height of perfection, rtr.d It ):i interesting to nota tholr Improvement from the beginning Of tho Heason. Take tho llnrn drosses, for ißßlahcof they arc as elaborate and artlßtlc now an If they were robes of silk. A linen gown, where every llttlo detail hn-t been carefully conßldered, 1b ft coollooklng frock of white linen, trimmed vlth heiiutlful rnodalllonß of Paraguay lace, bordered with bif...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

<\ The way many men and boys row. It ruins tne body Instead of developing It. VACATH)X TIALK, No. V. Any boy, no matter how weak nnd puny he la. can become strong and get a. good Strength Is not a gift. It is something that can be acquired. To acquire It. all that you need Is "brains" and "gumption." Every one of you hrfve brains and gumption hidden about you somewhere. The thing that you need Is to pull them into eight Look around j*ou and see how mnny persons, young and old, dawdle. They dawdle when they walk, when they "worß," oven when they tnlk. Some pebplo can't even laugh heartily, because they haven't "gumption" enough to do nnything heartily. It's the same old thing that you see In the maxims in your copy books nnd In the proverbs in your readers. Whatever you do, do it with all your might. It sounds "preachy," but It Ib tho only way to succeed in anything'— athletics, for Instance. Just make your brain watch sharply when you begin to go through your exercises an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

C WINNERS OF MIT HOOKS ELIZABETH KENT KING. 216 E. Grace St.. City. MILDRED RICHARDSON. Farmville. Va. PHILIP BARNEY SHEILD, 838 W. Grace St.. City. Three tiro the winner* of the prlzrp— Mother Goose Point Books— lri the npenlns boniest. Of the lnrge number of pointings of tho pictures printed two weeks nz'i Hint In by members of the T. D. C. C, those submitted by these throe children bio rogorded as the bcßt: The editor hn* noted with pl'ap'irr every picture of the large number sent In. It :.i very hard to decide between (hem, and. If there were enough prizes to go aroillid, one would be f"Mit to every T. i"). C, C. artist. Th.cc COtltcstfl promise to kiow in Intercut every week. Tho number of Ik>js n-'U K irl!< who hike part In them Is most gratifying, and tho work done Indicnte.H Hint tin' T. I.). C, c. ;,m Klve to tile world many clever nrtlstH. Tlio picture printed tin 1 H'ni<l«y liaH bieil nicely cblttred by n large nuftlhor of hoyu and glrln. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

RFR HUBBY? AS SEEN THROUGH A MARINE GLASS! TSIE SHIPWRECK ... OF ■■■ ALPMOWit>ti, : UA^fl-WW Amu THEIR FKL.IEiSD_ LbQN. A Ilair*K.aism£. Story of Adveniure. fn Pour Chapters. Chapter 8. room* a»~&^z*^*»*^^ SM^^E^B^^lSß^

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

/"^^d /* B^lfei4 J^^T^^f^^%\ rv^\ * 4 i WANTPAGESi THEI TIMES. FOtJKIJKO IV<6. THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1850. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. <rAPHIXr;TON-, n. ('., July 25-Fnre-fcast for Sunday ntul Monday! North Carol In a—Fa If Bunday and MonWhy, light Boiitheasl to «oulh wlndr. Vlrslnlu-Fiiir iind wnrm Sunday nnd {Monday, Ught Vftt.lablo Wind*. Thn hrat wnn judio oppressive In nichTiiond yenterdny tlmn It hHK Ivoti any cicy Ihls week. About o'clock tho therniom<?1"r wrnt up nhovn w. -j - hp early boufa of the nli?ht w^ro t|Ulto warm, "but latf-r tnore worn cooler broeies, Knirmui wnrm tvrafher Is prodlctod for to-day, RTATK Ol" THE THERMOMI3TBR P A. M 7!) 12 M st 3 P. M !(0 B P. M S7 0 P. M X V. midnight (a Avnrngo B|ij JilßhPSt tomprraturp J'cn.tcrdar I'l 3/owost tempor&turo yc«l«r<lay i* M'bii tempcnitiirn ytslortlay W JVonnal tempt-rn turp for July JO peparture from normal tompenilnro .. .HO SJreclpltatlonS J reclpltatlo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

5 ■*TB«n«VUetoi» T>tmltvi:% Umm Isrftcl.' 1 It w«« hoistert !nto fh/> *tonft »Arwphniri;« «bovf tho rtoor, v?h*r* }t will remain until t!i" rrnteful e»rdlnil* CT*ftt«d by th« Jntr Pontiff, xlinil erfct ft miltable tomb In thr- basilica nf flt. John Vnttran, which r.\v ehosftti h v fh« Pope h!m*»lf i>* hlfl fiv.i restlnjt b)nee< Thus wii!< I'trro J.*o XIII. connlßTieil to M- long rovt. folm and life vfrr jrlv^n to the whole teenf by B» i nflrirme<i nnd I'n.latlne nnd Noble Guards, The last named have never Je.'t the rfcmnlhS slncß thf> Pope died. Above the cardinal?, behind d gratLnp the ladlcfi of tlio aristocracy if.id Ihf- family of the Pope Tho diplomatic body was also pro»ent, n« were many men of the Italian aristocracy, led by Prince Mltdslmo, wl;o claims descent from Cjulntus Fablus MftfcltnUS, In hla uniform of pnp.U postmaitef-gene-rnl. Oeneinl Decharotte, the oldest veteran of the pnpai army, who f...

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