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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

LAWN FEIE AT DEEP RUN Variod Programme Marks the Club's Annual Meet. SOCIAL FEATURE PROMIN'T Ideal Weather Brought Out a Fine Crowd to Enjoy the Outdoor Sport. Trop Shooting, dumping, a Supper and Dancing. Ideal weather, a large attendance? of representativa people. Immunity from ac? cident? of any sort, good race? and fine Jumping, and f.iially a delightful sup? per on the lawn, followed by a. dance on tho sward, combined to make the annual moot and teatlval of the Deep Run Hunt Club yesterday one of the most success? ful ever held. From ono In the afternoon until aftor 10 In the evening, tho mem? bers of thg club nnd their guests enjov erl the varied programme nnd tho luxury of tho club house and grounds. The heat of the city was easily forgotten when ??r?e drove out to the club house over beautiful ronds bohlnd spirited horses, and there reveled In tho brisk breeze that dallied wllh tho club flier, and with the pennons and miniature flags with which I he staff and tile hous? and ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

GYPSY BAND ON THEMOVE The Harrlson-Hoalder Gang of Nomads Comlng. CHIEF OVER A HUNDRED, The Democratic Exccullve Committee of Warwick County Meet Monday. Matters Are Much More Har? monious than Usual. (SpcHial to The Times-Dispatch.) Ol'KTO'YX, VA., May 23.?One of t largest, If not tho greatest, gypsy ban In the country hns been quartered ju above tho town during tho week, lia In?- wintered in Portsmouth, tho Han Fon-Honlder gang of modern m>mnds hi begun Its Nortbcrn and Western ton winch extends up tho Peninsula, throug Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Phi adclphla and Now York, nnd thence 1 a direct westerly course to Wisconsin nn tho Great Lakes. A Portsmouth womui Agnes Williams .queens It' over thes people, nnd old Bob Look, a Glamorgan ?hire Englishman, Is their high priest c ?sorcery and horse trading. The old inn claims to be 100 years old, having hoe horn In 17D7. The band numbers twenty five or thirty persons and thirty-five o forty horses, with a dozen or moro con vey...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION THREE SECTIONS THE ??t^?^ I WHOLE NUMBER, 16.243. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS. What McDougall Saw and'Heard in the Woods One y o^P*, BABY mS A TOOTH! THE CALF: "AND WHAT DO YOU EAT? THE LION: * I HAVE' BEEN A VEGETARIAN UNJi THIS VERY MINUTE-." GAMBLING QH1HI?FIPR* OR PITTED TOAD IS THE FAD THIS SPRING. THE FOX ADVISES THE RABBIT TO^ VVEO THE TORTOISE BECAUSE HE EXPECTS TO SEE A RACE OF SLOW BUNN/ES .RESULT, BUT HE WAS'DISAPPOINTED WHEN ft FAMILY OF-HARDSHELL COTTONTAILS TURNED UP I ' The Mon-O* now ?ow WHAT THEY^EAN..WHJEiV THEY SAY "THE.APPETlTEOFABIRDi*

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

<^>^rm ? FORTNIGHT WITH ENEMY How Sheridan Appeared to a Confederate Soldier. ?ATTLE OF NEW MARKET A Tarheel at Fort Sumtcr?He Heard the Bellowing of the First Guns of Dreadful War. (From the Battletown News, Berryvillo, Va.) Dear News,?Burlng tho war between tho Sta\cs?ISGt-lStS? my father lived on the farm now owned and occupied by Mr. Bon Foley, about three miles due. north from Berryvllln. Living there back from any of the public highways, along which the contending armies ofien passed, wo hnd been disturbed comparatively little by the Yanks (excepting the taking by them of all our horses save one old blind mare and tin old horse the Confedera tes Ind fiirne.l out to die), until the fall of 135'; And early In that fall of 1861 there we were in fancied security, listening to the rattling ?if the musketry, the singing of the cannon ball, the bursting of tho "bum? Shells'! und the yelling of the soldiers in a battle raging about, and around Grind Stone Hill. This battle, I th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

HOW THE MANN LAW WORKS IN TIDEWATER ?Norfolk City Tight as a Drum on Sundays. PROHIBITION IN PLACES i Number of Saloons Greatly Decreased. Possible Results of the Temperance Wave?Judge Mann May Bo ? Named for Governorship. (Sperlitl to Tlic Tlm?-..I)l?i>i:lrh.) NORFOLK, -VA.. May 2S.-Norfolk Is a clono ?hut town when it comes to the matter of getting liquor on Sunday. The Mann liquor law luis mndo It such. Mayor Rlddlck, who went Into oOlco a year fi(.:o as the good government party's can? didate, was not nble to prevent Hie sale nf ll?|uor on the Lord's day. thougli there was every effort made by Ills Honor to have his policemen put an end to ?11 such 'violations. Norfolk's reputation ii. a wide open town continued, and whiskey could be obtained on Sundtiys by Anybody who wished. Rut not so at present. I have heard t?nly one of the many questioned on the pubject say that It Is now possible to get liquor on Sunday. Ho told me of ? scheme, Inaugurated by a saloon-keeper. ?whereby ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

EMPEROR AND POPE The Interview Between Them Bearing Fruit. PRESIDENT LOUBET'S VISIT Said That He Has Been Told He Can Not be Granted an Audience so He Will Not Ask It. By MALCOLM CLARK, (Ppecliil to Tim Tlini'S-nispntrti.) ItlORLIN. May 23.?In these days, when Germany and Its kiiser seem to bo lost In the shuffle of the Inlet-national cards, comparatively small things which appear to th? emperor's advantage nsiuime large importance, Thus the cordial Interview between the kaiser nnd the Pope gains genuine significance in view of the un nerstandlng that the projected visit of the President of Franco to Rome next Tnll will be fruitless so fir as an audience with 1?eo XIII. Is concerned. Tile president linn been prlvntely In? formed of the Pripnl decision In the hope that, he will not ask for an Interview, but It Is feared Hint M. Combes will use his Influence to Insist on n meeting In the linpo of a refusal justifying the suppress Hon of the French Kmbnssy at the Vati? can. The intervi...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

Centennial of Emerson's Birth Being Celebrated at Boston. (Special Corri^ondcneo to The Tlmes /iJlspatch.) BOSTON, ?y -!?'!, lW.'l.-Tlils city, tlio Birthplace ol Ralph Waaldo Emerson; Harvard Un/crR|ly? '?lfl ",nm mater; nnd old Concorff the home of his, mature years, r.ro ? '" n state of Intellectual ex? citement l/a morning over the much heralded fctierson centenary which Is to bo formal? opened lo-day by the laying of tlio co/ierptono of Emerson Hall, In Canibrldi}/ destined to he tho home of the depaiimenU of philosophy nnd edu? cation InfHarvard University. The sum of tl.W.Ofl, ns announced In dispatches, was cotipleted s'veral il.tys ago, and though lie liulldln;- will still he greatly Improve for Its purposes. If an addi? tional ^o.nno can ho raised? the work on it la tobegln very shortly. The building Will staid between Sever Hall nnd Quln cy Strrtit, opposite the new Architectural Hulidlr.-. Professor Biitler'? bouse will be mowd along lowan.'s President Eliot's to mate ro...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

Page Made By and For Our Boys and Oirfs. PLANS OF TIM ES-D fSPA TCH CONTRIBUTOBS' CLUB Its Motto: "Nothing Succeeds Like Success." Though May has stallen sonio days from August, and May day suns have wrought midsummer madness in tbe minds of those who have objected to the hot wave. the mental energies of tho boys and girls have not been paralyzed by such caprl clousness on the part of ?he weather clerk during the last wtaok. for tho editor of the Children's Page is confronted by a neat little pile of manusoMpts representing original work from many children, who will hereafter bo known as the charter members of The Times-Dispatch Contrib? utors' Club, or those whose applications for club membership have been properly filed. For the Information of futuro club mem? bers It seems well to state that original Btcties. poems, Conundrums, enigmas and puzzles are In the lino of club publication. Selections that are not stalo or hack? neyed, and that nre correctly accredited, ?Will be conside...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

HOW THE GERMAN CITIES LEND MONEY A T LOW RATES. ](SpocIal Correspondenco of The Times Dispatch.) LBIPSIO, May 4?1 spent this morning In a pawnbrokers shop. It belongs to the city of Dolpslg, and irioans on/ hundred? of thousands of dollars a year. It has a capital of less than a hundred thousand dollars, but It borrows more from the City Savings Bank nt three nnd one-half per cent. Interest nnd charge?! about eight per cent, to fis customer* who bring as Hocurlty watches, clocks, furniture, old clothes and everything ru? der the sun. Ijoat yenr It made about two hundred thousand loans, which on Ihe average would bo moro than one for ?very family In Lolpslg. In the Loaning Rooms. I spent some time watching the pawn f.rokers take In tho goodH and give out ho money. Tho loaning rdom Is large ?nil divided In bnlf by counters. On one ?ida* aro tho pawn broking clerk?, and on the other, nt tho timo of my -visit, were ?bout 20?) mon, womon nnd children, each holding n bundle waiting to get...

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. — 24 May 1903

^FROCKS FORTHE GIRL WITH A SHORT VACA TION. ?I Summer Gowns Must be Selected With Care. JUST THE RIGHT THING She Cannot Carry Many, But These Must bo so Assorted as to Meet Every Need. Sonio of the Best Styles Suggested. he plrl with a short vacation must select her summer gowhs with pnrUcular care. She must consider well their appropriateness and tholr adaptability. She cannot take irany gowns with her. nnd those she docs not pnek away In her small trunk must bo Just tho right thing for the rl?iht occasion. X In planning her summer-time wardrobe, strange to say. It Is tho buttons that count, If she alms to keep pace with tho advance fashions. It Is not that buttons rinex her frocks appropriate but that but? tons glV6 her gowns tho newest finishing tcuclj of stylo. Big buttons nnd little but? tons, i.lnln buttons nnd ornamental but tone, are all used, and for pearl buttons there Is a perfect craze. They are used not only In tho conventional way of fas tcnlm? the coat or bodice, but ...

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. — 24 May 1903

For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business Hail Too Busy to Know. What Was Done Last Week In This World of Ours rUstory-fnaking: Events In All Lines of Activity. Brief, Classified, Complete, to Date. A Ready Reference Encyclopedia. American J?ffatrs. BRYAN'S REPLY TO REORGANIZERB. What Is regarded as Mr. Bryan's ultl rnatum to the pro-Clevelnntl faction of tho D?mocratie party was given out to the ptes? Monday In the shape of an open letter from Mr. Bryan's friend, It. 1?. Metcalf, editor of the Omaha World Jlornld, In reply to the recent hawmony plea made ,by Norman E. Maok In his pnper, the Buffalo Times. Mr. Mack was requested In answer to specific questions to define what ho meant by harmony. The questions asked show plnlnly that Mr. Metcnlf regards differences of opin? ion about tho money question ns the chief obstacle to harmony. Ho asks If It would be necessary to explicitly en? dorse the gold standard In order to re? tain tho...

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. — 24 May 1903

G?SSiFoF METROPOLIS Kaclng of Thoroughbreds Seems to be Prospering. GUNFIRE AND HERAUS If They Run Close in the Suburban a Match Between Them is Probable. Miss Liberty Much Neglected. George Goulds Yacht. By JOHN MARTHOL. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) NEW YORK, May 23.?Summer treads the heel of Spring nnd Wall Street men satisfied that the day of putting out neat? ly printed certificates Is over and are de? termined to enjoy themselves on sea and shore. Racing 1h the gentleman's sport. Never In tlio history of the thoroughbred runner have there been so many trncK3 around tilts Ki'eat city or so many men of fortuno Interested In the fine sport. Ilnw tho hearts of tho old timers' would leap with Joy If they could see tho great events like tho Suburban, Brooklyn Handicap, Brighton and Saratoga Stakes run off In the proBonco of some thirty to forty thousand spectators all cheering like men possesseil. I refer to those old time worthies, August Bolmont, George and Pierre I.orillard, L...

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. — 24 May 1903

A WOMAN'S GALLANT STORY" OF WARD OF KING CANUTE The Mannerings?Republics vs. Women ? Red-Head Gill?Kaiser's Speeches. Cap'n Simeon's Store. The Water Fowl Family ? Wee Macgreegor?A Girl of Ideas. BOOKS AND AUTHORS. Tho Emerson Centenary?*-Gen, John B. Gordon's Memoirs. Jumes Brunch Cubell's Nov? elette?Tho Child 'House? keeper?Teachers on Strike?Philoso? phy Four. May 25th, to-morrow, will BCO the cele? bration In the Boston neighborhood and elsewhere of tho centenary of the birth of Ralph Waldo Emerson, the philoso? pher, poet und Unitarian religionist of Concord. Hin career may bo summed up In brief ?is follows: Born in Boston,' May 2.". 1803J entere?! tho La11rv,School, lSl.t; moved to Concord to live in Hi" i.Id imume, IMC returned to Bouton, 1819: entered. Harvard Col? lege, August, 1817; Graduated, 1821; taught In it ..school for young ladles In Boston. 1K2I-24; returned to . Cambridge t" study divinity, WSi; licensed to preach. October 10. l?2\i: ? went south for Ills health,...

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. — 24 May 1903

HOffl OLD MZ GEEZER USED TO DO FT. ~- 'j ." i i ' -"?.,! ? _,_ owm-hi. ?ota. n,w.it m?,-*. a-*i BHt.i? m.-,,. ?._* ALPHONSE AND GASTON AND THEI? FRIEND LEON IN CHINA. Copyright. 1P03. by W. n. Heu-??. Crut Brlt.lo nilbu Rficrved. n?k .14*. ?> ,,.,? ,_, *"** ' ' ." " a. ?*,' ? l"-ifcaM*^M**?*|MftM.iiiiai*i|M*i-a---**---fii(i m?a. .....IT? ?exi Sunday ?Jill Begin ibe ?ifonaer?ul JidvcvtHrts o? jfllpbons? and ?astoit at ?Di ?Sviicm cj lb.e _?_?

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 May 1903

G THE ??? 588BB?B !& I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,250. RICHMOND, VA, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. S?MMY OF DAY'S HEWS, THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, May 2G.~Forecast for Efueed?y ajid Wednesday! Virginia?Fair; wnrmer Tuesday; Wed? nesday Increasing cloudiness; light varl ublo winds. North Carolina?Fair Tuesday and Wed? nesday; light variable winds. The weather In Richmond yesterday wat cool and cloudy, with slight rainfall In the afternoon. At midnight the skies were overcast. STATE OF TUB THF.RMOMETRR. 8 ?. M. ,, ?? 32 .m..;. C? :? p. m. . ca C I?. M. ?0 0 P. M. ft) 12 midnight. ?i ' Average for 2-1 hours.61 D-6 MINIATURE ALMANAC. Mav 20, 1303. finn rises.4:G,5 | HIGH TIDE. iHiiii sols.7:lit Morning.3;"" ?Moon rises....4:45 I Evening.4:20 RICHMOND. ? Clyde Une, according to reliable report, Tontemplates withdrawing from Rich? mond by nil-water route-Alleged at? tempted criminal assault-Two min? ister? score Sunday excursions, Sunday papers, etc.-Rain causes dams at Glen Allen to' b...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 May 1903

MANCHESTER BALL PLAYER Howard Holland Back Home from California. DEATH OF MR. MOLES Funeral This Afternoon from Fifth Street Church?Third Ward Regis? tration?Fire from Lightning. Approaching Marriage, Manchester Bureau Times-Dispatch, I No. 1102 Hull Street. ; Howard Holland, on? Of tho most en? thusiastic base-ball players In the coun? try, and one of the best right fielders In the business. Is back home from a winter season with the Oakland. California, club, of the Independent League. Holland has figured In many of the minor leagues. Last season he wns with the Memphis team, of the Southern League. He played with Richmond nnd Norfolk in the Atlantic League, and has always held his own. Ho started his base-ball career Witti the McCabe club in Richmond, and was then considered one of the best all-round college players In the State. His coaching is a feature of any game he plays In. He would have continued with the Oak? land club, but he caught cold in his throwing arm, and bad to l...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 May 1903

APPEAL ?? THE PUBLIC Street-Car Men Answer Gen'l Manager Huff Vigorously. CRITICISE HIS POSITION His Communication Discussed Section by Section?Men Not Making Enough to Live on, They Say, Because of Increase in Prices. The Executive Hoard of tho street rail? way tnot?rrnen and conductors of Rich inond, Petersburg and suburbs of both cities, held a meeting yesterday morning to dlsctiBH tho communication of Gene? ral Manager Huff, of the Virginia Pas? senger and Power Company, In reply to their proposition of arbitration on till matters of disagreement and an Increase of their wagos, stating for IiIh company that neither the ono or tho other was possible at this time. The two communi- ; cations were published In Sunday's paper. After full and lengthy consideration of tho reniions assigned by Mr. Huff, the board decided to send hltn the suggestion that tho matter be left to a board of nr. bltrators, and to the public an appeal nnd statement, which Is published here? with; To tho Public...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 May 1903

The Times-Dispatch. Published Daily nnd Weekly nt No. North Tenth Street, Richmond, Vft, Entered January 27, 190.1, nt Richmond, Va., ns Second Class Matter, tinder Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is Bold nt 2 cents a cr.py. Tho SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is Bold nt fi ceni s ? copy. DAILY TIKES-DISPATCH by mall? fiO cents ? month! $">.0(? a year, $2.50 for six months; $1.?0 for throe months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in t'lndiusr Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week'. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Currier, 5 ceni.? per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 51.00 vpnr. All Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rpjpoted Cnnynunfoations will not bo returned unless accompanied by scamps, Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. M'J East Broad Street. TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1903. THE CUBAN REPUBLIC. The Cuban republic hns now boon In existence for a year, and General Fltzh'ugh Deo takes a very hopeful view of affairs In tho Isla...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 May 1903

A LETTER OF INTEREST Col. John S. Mosby Writes About Hon. R. M. T. Hunter. POLITICAL DISABILITIES Measure for Their Removal was Gotten , Through by Colonel Mosby's LfForts. His High Opinion of Mr. Hun? ter?Wanted Him President. The following interesting letter from Colonel John H. Mosby to Judgo T. U. B. Wright, of ESMt'X county, will provo In? teresting, dealing, uh It doos, with the measure for thu removal of tho political disabilities of Hun. R. M. T. Hunter, formerly a United Htatc-a Senator: Judge T. B. B. Wright, Tuppahaniiock, Va.: My Dear Blr,?I have your letter In ref? erence to our conversation In Washing? ton, In which I spuke to you of the part I had taken In procuring the removal of Mr, It. ?. T. Hunter's disabilities. It was the first time, I bultcvo, that 1 over men? tioned It to any ono, and the occasion of It was that I had Just soon u notlco of a Ufo uf Mr. Hunter by ? member of his family. Although, 1 was raised mi Albemarlo Whig, find had never seen Mr. Hunter, I...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 May 1903

TRUSTEES ?MAKE REPORT Remarkable Attendance on Presbyterian Assembly. THE WORLD REPRESENTED The Committee on Bills and Overtures Make Report on Mnny Overtures. The Members Visit the Na* turai Bridge. (Kporinl in Tho Tlmes-Plspntcti.) LEXINGTON, VA? May ??.?After a restful Sabbath in a quiet town, with services In nil the churches by visiting ministers, members of the General As? sembly of tbo Southern Presbyterian Church, crnno to their work this morning well prepared for tho arduous duties awaiting tlrem. Tho first business nftcr tho Assembly was called to order by tho moderator, ?Dr. Hopkins, wns tho report of the trus? tees of the General Assembly for tho year ending April 30th, 1003, which was IBS follows: Halan co from last year, $78.70; receipts during tho last fiscal year, $18,8110.03! total receipts, $10,003.82. Disbursements to different causes of the church, as directed by tlm donors, $16,881.88. Bal? ance In hands of the treasurer, $72,28, and on deposit, $?1,055,10. Tho ...

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