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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 July 1903

Miller & Rho&ds. Miller & Rho&ds. Use "Empress" Teas In Making Iced Tea. The Best and Lowest Priced. "Iced Tea is the most delicious summer drink that I kuow of,', remarked a lady yestordny. She had been drinking some made from Empress 50c Tea. With every lmlf-pomnl of our 60c, 60c, 80c and $1.00 Teas we give a coupon good for sc. worth of merchandise anywhere in the store. Good Tea at 40c a pound. Our »4e nmprcp.". Java and Mocha Mtxerl Coffee Is about fhfi most poptllnr prWd Coffee thnt we have. Coffee drinkers say It's better than hljflicr priced n.rtlrles elsewhere. Ttto pounds of It for -Hie. | Soaal and \ {Personal One of the most beautiful features 01 the August Scrlbner is an Illustrated poem-"In Quiet Ways' 1 -written by Beatrloe Hascora. The lovely double page pictures which Individualize It to an extent, are done by Edwin B. Child, and the decorations, printed In tint, are the work of C. K. Hooper. Nothing could be more char...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 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 — 2 August 1903

MAGAZINE *s??A jTV* ) l^fe^L if^l *^r-#^ -^ THREE THE TIMES, FOUNDED 1"S i vf/tlrkT P MTTIWRTTD 1/L %M THE DISPATCH, FOUNDED I*l I WrIULU INUMtSnK. 16,00 Z. Itwasjate in the afternoon, and nothinghad been caught yet. And wmt vp on the line himself while the Artist feverishly hauled in. BICHMOXD VA., SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1903. When the Artist felt a slight tug and then a steady strain* The diver never thought of the efuct of his sudden appearance. The sight of the corkscrew: made_.the^jLyer,thif strand he changed I his mind- The Artist painted, a picture of the monster. that Jbad attacked ctem. PBICE FIVE CENTS.

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

o tfJwi^ LETTERS FROM CAMP Incidents of the War Told In Soldiers' Letters Home. KILLING OF LIEUT. WRIGHT His Own Description of Camp Life Near ' Richmond and Fredericksburg, and His Commander's Account of His Death Near Gettysburg. ' •Hero are more letters that were writton from Confederate camps to friend, or relatives at home. They come as c hoe, from the lon* ««». and aro the gSt sweetest, tenderest accounts « ,a ye of soldier Ufo In camped on (he. tt writer of of th.fol.own B >, : ler« and the person whoso death Is de prrlb .ri In others, was the son . ot Vr. Stvid Mlnton WHIM, of Norfolk -. nnd was born Christmas «#;£& nnd fell at GottysbUTK, July 2, IS®. i» his twenu-second year. A youn^r brother. Ooshua C. Armlstead Wrl.ht. at the aßea ß e nf fourteen, ran away from home « listed Subsequently he was appolnfcd g £ ,lma h. received the appolntmenu forces at Boanoke Island; was subseiiillliiil 01 23, UCL time for the aUernoon drlH, anc d|tfg niond— ordei&a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

Coat, Parrot. Dogs. Cats, Guinea Pigs and Chickens Share Room With Amoses. Wife Says She Is Rich as the Vandorblits. NEW YORK, August I.— This la tho utory of the most remarkable mart in New York. And he has tho most rcmatkablo wife to be found In the city, nnd lluj nnx-.t rerrmrknblo homo, Alpo the couple h.-ivo r=lx remarkable children, not forgctnnK their goat, tho'.r guinea pigs, thplr lions nnd chlcKfiriS, their dogs, five cats, (seventeen pigeons, pnd their parrot. Thn wholo family, including tho nnlmnl adjuncts, live In a Inft over a coal shed, They uro reniarkThe man's name Is Oeorßo Amos. His Strcot— that. | P , lotlnr;? po in;irkf:d will reach him. An a fact, the nbode of this peculiar family i« in tho loft over tna wholesale co.-ii nhed of Charles Dnylc*. which stands nt Thirty-seventh S'.reet end tho East Rlve'r. A NOVEL KITCHEN. Th« Amnws have lived In this place for seventeen years. Husband and wife spent their honeymoon there. All their children have been bom there, T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

Probably there Isn't a man In Hanover county, barring, of course, tho denf ones, »ho hasn't henrd Pa fulminntinff against the recent conditions in Richmond which were broucht about by the trolley enr Strike. Not thnt Tn I? down on the tvorkInc man. Quite the contrary. Although he never hit a lick of real work In his life, he hap fnr sixty years been grumbling about tho way tho laboring classeß »re treated. Added to this, he has n born antipathy for Richmond, which he. has •ver repnrded as a huge leech that perennially pucks tho blood of thp CommonWealth. Now these Idiosyncrasies, added to tne fnct that the State, hns spent some l&i.OOO or more in having tho mllltnry here, bare worked tho old gentleman up into * sweat which makes him absolutely »utty. I would rather set down on a chinquapin burr thnn to attempt to squelch Pa when he pets on this tack. Ho simply won't brook opposition. One might ns »oon seek to wheedle a buzz saw by fond caresses as to undertako to prove t...

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

o Dress Designers Kept Busy Evolving New Creations. FITTING OUT AUGUST GIRL 6un Plaited Frock for Morning and Dainty Gown for Afternoon — Linen Dresses and Fetching It Ib only the Uninitiated who bnllevo there Ik nothing doing in tho. fashion world In the numm<>r-tlmr>. Tho fact Is that many of tho best dfosumaitors and dress denlßnera are 'rushed with work during tho dragging, hot days of July und AUgUst. The dress de.niKnors are cither busy evolving now fashions for the fall out of their creative brains or th«y aro abroad BOOlnff, copying and buying tho French eouturiero'H advanced model!. An for the dressmakers, thoy aro kept busy either replenishing tho fashionable woman's summer wardrobe, which Hhe purchased early In May, at the latest, or they ar« fitting out tho summer girl, who is not a/lo to tnke h*r vacation before August, For thin girl, and her namo Ik legion, there aro special midsummer fashion dlsPlnyn, not only nt the bis whops, but nt ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

6 & Clever Stories and Bright Letters by Our Boys and Girls. & WINNERS OF PAINT BOOKS IN SEGOND WEEK'S CONTEST LUCY CARTER BEVKRIDOE, 835 West Grace Street, Richmond. ESTELLE D. PENN, Ablnjrdon, Va. LAURA PETTWAY BURWELL, Warrcnton, N. C. The editor of tlic T. D. C. C. wishes all hoys and girls in Richmond and Vitgirii'a who wish their names to he enrolled as charter members of the club to send in their applications before August 15th. As early thereafter as possible some very attractive features Will be added to the weekly programme, and the organization of the club should be perfected as far as possible before these new lines of comttetitive interest are devclopd. Interest in the Mother Goose Paint Rook Contests is growing rapidly, and the number of boys and girls sending in pictures is increasing every week. The winners of the prizes in the second conLUCY CARTER BEVERIDGE, 835 W. Grace St., Richmond. ESTELLE D. PENN, Abingdon, Va. LAURA PETTWAY BURWELL, Wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

VI. S*"""™™"|~JENi';K, strength 'md "knack" or "trick" nil play ft part in lifting heavy welßhts, nn'l e»hWX^i. I""' ' = ')!■. dumb-bell«. KlVSEfll with tho ejfcepllon of trapezn nets, few athletic fents are more i-pec-tacular thin tho feat of Hftlnß extraordinary weights over the henrl. Consequently most boys who tnckle athletics are Impatient to try this branch as suon hh possible. Athletic Instructors object to It, nn<l many of them refuse Consistently to let their pupils work with heavy dumbbells or other weights. They are right. it is rt. fine thing to hiive thn strength that will enable one to wield Kr«-at ■weights with ease; but It Is ;\ very bad furl <l»ngerotis t hinsr 1o misuse the llddy ny forcing It to work Itself stiff, *\:f.Q nml clumsy by doing too much heavywelglil wink. Look at any laborer wlio does ex-tri'mr-ly heavy llftiiiK habitually, such at: carrying B.T-ks of coal or grain, hoisting big caeca <>n trucks, hnd so on, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

THE TIMES-DI&?".ATCn, RICHMOND. VA'., ATIGtJ&T 2, 100.1.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

THREE SECTIONS. THE TIMBS FOUNPKH WO. THE DISPATCH. FOUNDKD ISSO. MUST TRY The Jury Disagreed and was Discharged. NINE IN FAVOR OF THE SHERIFF But Those Opposed to Him Stood Their Ground. CASE MAY COME UP IN SEPTEMBER Likely that the Prosecution Will Make Another Strong Effort Then — The Sheriff Rftgards the Result, or Lack of Result, as a Practical Vindication for Him. After a deliberation extending through four lodk hours, the Jury sitting In Judgment upon Simon Solomon, sheriff of Henrleo county, charged with neglect of otflclal duty, yesterday afternoon reported continued disagreement with absolutely no prospect of ultimate , unanimity. In view of these c rcumstanees the panel was discharged and a now trial, to. bo held possibly in September, will be ordered. When, at the Instance of the Judge, the twelve men fllfd out of their room shortly before 2 o'clock in tho afternoon, there were comparatively few persons present and to these the appearance of the Jury was of no particular...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

' i HAUNT OF BLACKBEARD Cave on Wormelly's Creek Where He Hid Himself. MELON CROP NOT GOOD York County Fishermen Complain of a Poor Run This Season— Crazy Negro Fires at Telephono Wires. Personal News. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) IORKTOWN. VA.. August I.—Blackboard, Uis famous buccaneer nf tho lntlor part of tho rlßhternlh oentury, who ravaped tho eastern coasts of Virginia and Xoitli Carolina. Is supposed to havo had a stronghold in this vicinity. On the southern boundary oC Tcmplo Farm, washed by tho waters of Wnrmeley'a Crrrlt, if tho remains of n. cavo, which, traditions Kays, was a lildiriK place for the most iufamous Jaw-breaker of recent times. Up to Ti-ithln tlio last year or two this euro had two apartments or rooms, but tho heavy tides nnrt flerco palps of the Vast two winters Jiave playod havoo with them' and reduced their Identity to mere holes In -the benk. Tho ficloctlon'of this rcinolo spot by tho audacious plrato was BUggesllvo of the genius displayed In his cJa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

. VAMDERBILT ntelliqont Germans Admire Him for His Achievements. RADIUM KILLS BACTERIA nteresting Experiments With These Rays-German Crown Prince Dovoted to Polo— Golf Invades tho Fatherland -Dangers of Alps BY MALCOLM CLARKE. fSpecial Cable to The Times-Dispatch. Copyright, 1003.) BERLIN, August l.— Sehtlblo and Wellinformed Germans are not included among , thoso who have been protesting ho loudly against the attentions paid by tho Emperor t'i Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius VahderLllt, Ignorant editors who have called tlm Kaiser's guests "shoddy Americans," have discovered to their confusion that not tho Immense wealth of the Vonderbllt family, but Cornelius Vahderbllt'B Bchievementa as In Inventor and mocbanlcal genius are responsible tor the honors which the yoiing American ond his wife: are now enjoying. No ono more thnn the KalßCr respects . distinguished personal achievement in any, worthy direction. His Majesty has a pas- J •lon for watching and encouraging efforts toward progress In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

4 The Times-Dispacht Published Daily and Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street. Richmond, Vn. Entered January 27, IPO3, at Richmond, Va., as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The DAH.T TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold at 2 cents n copy. The .STXDAT TIMES-DISPATCH Is Bold nt X crntß n copy. The DAILY TIMES-DTRPATCH by mnll— SO cents a month; JB.OO a year: 12.80 for oix months; $1.30 for three months. The BITNDAV TTMJSS-DIPPATCH by mnll $2.00 n year. The DAILY TrMF.S-DIFI'ATCH. including Sunday. In Wehmnml and Manchester, by carrier 12 cents per week, or BO fonts per month. The SUNDAY TIMES- DISPATCH, by Carrier. f> cents per week. The WTSEKLT TIMES-DISPATCH. $1.00 n yenr. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless necompanled by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Broad Street. BUND AT, AUGUST 2, 1903. Persons leaving the city for the summer should order The Tlmes-Dlspatch mailed to them...

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

LETTER PROM PROFESSOR 'MILES ~ ON UNIVERSITY PRESIDENCY Replies td Those Who Alado Fight on Him. CHARGES OF THE FACULTY A Highly Interesting Review of What Took Place in Ihe Meeting of the Board of Visitors When These Wero heard, To tho People of Virginia: vc-r'slty ot Virginia, published a card in The Times-Dispatch, of Hichmond, In 10ply to 11 statement made by a newspaper correspondent from Charlottesville. The Statement of tho newspaper correspondent tho faculty ns weli us among the Aluiiuil Of the institution." Dr. Mallet staled In reply to this that "oftor a caroful canvass of the inombers Ot' tho faculty, some twelve of ilttoen, others not being accessible, I have been unable to dlncover any change of sentiment except th'jlr objections bolntf Increased and interallied by every new move of tho candidate and of his friends." I also have a letter recently received from Hon. Charles P. Jones, Hector of tho University Board, in which, amou« other things, he says: "Tho opposition o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

B "Do you piny tridgo' In your Richmond whist clubs?" n Richmond woman was asked a short while since by a visitor from Chicago. "No," was the reply; "our clubs have all ruled against it." "Is that so? Why, how queer! We play 'bridge' constantly, and have such fun over it! Tou Richmonders must bo very narrow." Well, oven If the Chicago woman wae correct In her estimate, it Is well to remember that there are compensations for tho narrowness which Is born of con•ervßtlfsm and that looks a&Uance at tho Introduction of a card fnd which has set ■oclety to gambling wherever It hac been countenanced, and has brought tho feverish atmosphere of Baden Baden and Wnntc Carlo into drawing rooms and ■mart set circles, where heretofore such a thing has been nn unknown and an unrecognized element. Perhaps the dangerous tendencies of "bridge" are more fully acknowledged and felt now that it Is nn established Institution, in many cities, both foreign and American, than at tho fast blush of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

SOCQ ETY { Continued From Sixth Pare.) ulster, Miss R. \S. Lumpkln. » * • Mr. find ,Mrs. W. T. Slzer nnd tholr niece, Miss Mayro Blzer Fuller, will leavo Thursday for tho Elkton Inn, Elktun, Va., to spend tho rest of tho summer. Miss M. Campbell Rider, who Is visiting lier friend, Miss Stella Crockett, of Onancock, Accomac county, will bo Mlks Crockett's guest until September. • • • Mlas Hnttle Floyd has returned to her homo In Hanover county, after a delightful stay of several weeks at Virginia • » • Mrs. .Tamos IT. Hundley nnd Don, accompanied by Mlffios Lula and Ermi Puller, will loavo this week for the mountains of Virginia. Miss Augiistn Bohlo, Miss Mamie Heppert, Mrs. Wlldt nnrl hor eon, Julius, havn gone t> tho Virginia mountains for the summer. Mrs. John Rlnner li.tb as hor guest Miss Kloronro Millnr, Iho da lighter of the Hoy. P. 11. Miller, of Westminster, Md. Mrs. W. D. Kerns arid Miss Ednn Tvork■wood hnve gone to Iho country, und will epend the month of August...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

8 m j — .... n ;■ ■ '■ ' - ' . ..., ■■ .■ — ~ ~- ————— — , jrf PI en *$iir€S ot Sutiima* at /Motifitzuri zitiq PUCK WORKS BLUE RIDGE The Grown-Ups Renew Their Childhood. LITTLE FOLKS GET OLD Unique Entertainment Given at Which Matrons Appeared as Babies and the Young as Old Ladies—Harp Recital «nd Scotch Ballads. (Speelnl to The Times-Dispatch.) ULUE KIDGI3 SPRINGS, VA.. August 1.-We have turned another page in the Blue Ridto book of summer life Blnco last week, and "lie who runs may read." Monday ovenlng wo skipped like young lambs In response to the following invitation: "Childron'e Party To-night. Matron*, young ladles and gentlemen costumed aa childron oC twelve years and under. Children to be dressed as society men and women. All In costumes assemble In the writing-room at 8:30 to march t|n procession to the ball-room. •'Mrs. J. W. CAUROLIj, "Mrs. C. B. STONE, "Committee of Arrangements." vThe-n the grand march sounded at 9 O'clock some thirty young peoplo fell into line and th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

WEEK AT ROCK ALUM Unceasing Round of Gayeties and Pleasures. PRIZE EUCHRE ' PARTIES Richmond Men Seem to Know Game. Uttle Ones Play Cards Also— Many New Arrivals— Golf Tournament. Special to The Tlmc-s-Dlspatch.) nOCKIJHIDGE ALUM SPRINGS, VA., August I.— Well did Solomon suy: "The prudent man foroseeth the evil ami hideth himself." The wisdom olf tho great philosopher of Israel has beon exemplified, for nil this week th«ro has boon a tremendous rush to this picturesque mountain resort by those anxlouu to escape tho Blezle and glaring heat of tho sun. Tho limt of August has coins, and with It an unceasing round of gayety, and from now on there will bo a succession of balls. germnnH and card parties. Each dny bring*; Its own particular round of gayeties to record, until oven thoso who come to poso as Invalids are drawn Into tho general pleasant whirl, Rockbrldge Alum holds many charmed memories for those who have mode It for past seasons their summer home, us well as for some who come...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

10 PIVF OFNFI?ATIONS fnmllV group of five" generations, "being: the Into Mrs. Mnry M. Hutcheson. of Jipcklpnhtirit county, nnd her dauglitor, granddaughter, jrroat-Branddiiugliter and Krca t -grout -irrnndson nnd waa taken /lice N. Young. To tlif> loft 'of Mrs. Vbuhgf Is her daughter. Mrs. Mary_M. Jlntrhosnn. Jr. The Infnnt, whlrh Mrs. irutrhcson, Jr., holds, Is her baby boy, L. S. Hutchfison, Jr. Mr?. Mary M. Hutchepon. Sr.. (Hod a fpw months after the phntogrnph wni Inken. All the others niontioned arc n"w living- In Mecklenburg rountj-. Mrs. Mary M Hutcheson was born in Mecklenburg cnunty In IKOfi. and was tho yoiuißost daucliter of Captain John R. Hutcheson, Sr. Sho was a woman of most remarkable memory, and Intellect, and a very interesting conversationalist, being celebrated for her ready wit and sarcasm. She was married at the age of eighteen to Colonel C. S. Hutcheson. and was a cousin twice removed to him. Ho was very prominent in Southsldc Virginia politics In a...

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