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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

A PEEP HERE AND THERE AT THE BOOKS OF THE DAY "The Golden Kingdom," by Au. drew Balfour, a I3ook of Fiction with tlio Sceno Lnid in South Africa During tho War with the Boers, A Thrilling Blorj-. BEVJE.B.VL SHORT REVIEWS 'Count Znlkn," by Plr William Mngiiy; " Tho Book of tho RoB8," by Chns. G, D. Hobcrts; " Hlho and Progress of tho ■Standard OH Company," by (illbcrt 1 1 nl In ml Montague. Literary Notes, The August Magazines and their Contents. Interesting Articles nnd Pleasing Stories fur Midsummer Roadlng- rHE GOLDEN KINGDOM. Written by Andrew Balfour. PubllEhed by the Ij. C. Page Company, of Hoston. For salo In niohmond by the Bell Book and Stationery Company. South Africa is a comparatively new field for explore™ in tlic neld of llcllou. Anthony Kopo has touched It by Implication In making Cocll Hhodes the hero of bin "God In tho Cur." Olive Schrclnor hDH lifted the curtain for n sombre moment In her "Htory of an African Farm." The Anglo-African war has funilnhcd the motif In m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

12 All our Ready-Made Garments on the second floor arc HtP B » «tas lln H «sb a ■ BU 9 %&r ma w " ™* a ' B We H&V6 one hundred and twenty-five thousand yards of scheduled for sale to-morrow at prices that make your purse £O „w , , ... . . -,-_,o«» fU ii iit i i „r,nr n«?ks— atld riftlltly, too. "Wo have done Cotton Wash Goods that must he sold at half and less while two and three times as far. The time is ripe for them to be sold, hj N^J jf/ business we everdid-Sha? 8 the bwgeat Jtt& bttfihess Richmond has over fll(> y arc nearly full value to you. We> Say nearly full value MUSlin Underwear. SuitS, SkirtS and Wrappers on & ■sfltShV^ol^a&ady soil "we wX>^iri?rofifc on a modicum of our These prices will move thcm-lhcrc is no question a R "to S that°All our finest Muslin Under- J*"^ «^E n ""« Suite- preset stock if wo hold prices up, but that is not raffldenfc Wo must, as prudent m «rehaiHs ( m...

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

THREE SECTIONS. THE TIMES. FOTJNPKO 1.^6. TniC DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1830. 'SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS . THE: WEATHER. . WASMtNOTON", Aug. I.— Forecast for Bunrlav und Mondny: Virginia— Fair Sunday, wnrmor In interior. Monrlny full 1 , warmer; llcht to fresh north to ivint winds. North very jil'en.^nit. For to-day and to-morrow fair nml wnnner weathor 1b promised. STATE OF TUB TIJKItMOMETICR. P A, M • «7 ]£ M i«* 3 1\ at 1 C P. M g 8 P. M ■ $ 12 midnight f >j__ Avrrago CiC-3 Jllffh.-'st leinporaiuro yesterday "9 Lowest temperature yesterday «< Mean tfemperatufe yesterday m Norm si 1 tom]ior."il'.irn for August **' JDopnrturo fr"m normal tr?mp"ratiirp.. 13 Precipitation during past "Jl hours.... r MINIATURK ALMANAC. Außiipt 2, 12"* Bun rises 6:ir, HTQ-H TIDE. Bun sots 7:17 MornlnK „ „ Moon net 5....12:33. ...12:33 Evening >*- 14 ~ August 3, MM. Bun riFCfl B:l« HTrtM TIDE. Kun B«sta 7:16 Moniinp 12-« Moon seta 1:15 Evening 1:1J ■ RICHMOND. Jury vinsihli? to nir...

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

2 THE DAY ON THE DIAMOND Records of the American and National Leagues. CHICAGO WAS BEATEN Boston and New York and Phillies and Brooklyn Split Even— Wet Grounds Kept the Champions from Playing. Scores Ye»terday. New York 4-5, Boston 3-2. l'hiladelphln 14-7, Brooklyn 4-3. Cincinnati 13. Cttlcupro <■ Bt. Lou!s-PKt«hurg (wot grounds) Where They Play To- Day, Plttsburg nt SI. I-oulh. Chicago nt Cincinnati. • Games Monday. New Tork at Boston. Standing of the Clubs. Chibs: Wor/. Ixist, P.CV PlltFbuig :><] M -L J '.J Chicago M ■'■< .;»! Kew York P" 30 •?} Cincinnati hT 43 .622 Brooklyn 41 41 .JS2 Boston 30 <S •« B(. l>ouls 8S B6 .{7l phlladelpTila 31 57 ,oM NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES YESTERDAY (By Associated PressJ At Boston: McGlnnltr Insisted upon ritching both games of a double-header with Boston to-day, and New York won bofli— 4 to 1 and 5 to :, respectively. First game: Scorn" "• "• Now Tork ff f) 211 00 0 0-4 7 3 Boston 0000...

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

THE TIDE IS Virginia Beach Has Gayest Season In Its History. MANY RICHMOND FACES Picnic Party Goes to Capo Henry and Enjoys F ast in Of) ,n A i -Euchre Parlies Are Much Enjoyed. (Speclnl to Thn Tjfnea-Dlgpatcti.) VIUGINIA BEACH, AiiKU.;t I.— The tide ot pleaeUre-Seckorß is at im Hood at VlrClnla Beach. llolelH nnd cottuKes urc overflowing and habitues of thd roeort proriouhco it tlio most brilliant Keu«cm In its history. One eecs Richmond facon on every porch and in ove'ry group of bathers. AmonK the many are .Mrs. W. S. P. Mayo, Mias Mildred Irving Hill, Mlsfus and Evelyn Hill, at Ocean Wave cottsiße; Tucker, Randolph nnd George Harrison, ing- the trolley nan n the picnic ground was rertchod, and betvecn moon nnd sun a delightful supper was enjoyed, at which the famous shell fish, washed on the eand, wan the "king dish" of the menu. ' In honor of her brother, Arthur, Minn Margaret King entertained hl3 young friends at a delightful tea on Saturday afternoon. Miss King was iiMsiFted ...

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

4 IS NOW KING OF TRACTION nonry Huntlngton's Work In Developing Electric Roads. CONTROLS IN CALIFORNIA Beginning With the Los Angeles Stro c Railway, He Has Acquired Oilier Large Properties and Made buccesses of Them. Few men leave a lastlns impression on Wall Street. It Is a place of ricel ing memories. It cherishes no Btntlments. Thoughts nre wholly engrossed by the exigencies nf the present and tho possibilities of tho ruUiro. Among the few Titans of finance, tho Immensity of whwsf nets in tho past construed by these rosulte hp.3 made a risible Impression on the present, and will ho Ineftaceablo In the future. Is tho late Collls P. Huntlng.ton. His knitting of a continent together with rails of eteol was a performance that will llvo In the chronicles of a nation's progress side by aide with the Join-. ing of continents by moans of the Atlantic cable, and In financial history In the records of those great railroad corporations which sprang Into being at his Instigation. Stopping i...

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

GAMBLERS ARRESTED Proprietors of Alleged Nergo Doti Caught In Manchester. CAR STONED IN RICHMOND But Conditions on the Whole Were Very Quiet— Woman Imposing on Public— Candidates Announce Themselves— Personal. Manchester Rurotni TlhlW-DlMpalch, ] No. 1102 Hull Hired* 5 Tha existence of ii negro gambling ricn in the liciirt If Manchester .waß brought to light last night. Both proprietors an; now undur arrest. It Is told thru ono Goorge Bills, n nichmond black, rich In tho possession of Jll of Rood United States currency. Bet foot In Manchester lust night with vlßlotiH nf a good time before him. A friend took him In tow and Introduced lilm to a select circle In Iho aforesaid den, which nolo'-t circle forcibly nml v.itn evil Intent relieved George Kills of tnu 111 and then, turncil him loone. George ■wended his fOOtfltepß In tlio direction o£ the courthouse n. sadder but v wlutr innh. The don became aware of his Intention* mid promptly suspended business. Somo of the habitues thereof) ...

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

B SINGING OF ROE TUPMAN Talented Rlchmonder Delights Raleigh People. LEADING SOCIAL EVENTS A Reception Tendered at the Summer School — Some Beautiful Decorations—Those Who Were Present, (Spfclnl to Ths Tlmes-Pispatch.) nAI^BIGH, N. C, August I.— Events of a sorl'.il character in connrctoln with the Bummer school have shakon Raleigh out of her usual midsummer lethargy tho past week. The crowning feature of tho ■week was tho reception by the faculty to the puplle, State officers, 1 bonrds of education, ftnrt others. Fully 300 peoplo attended. The receiving party Included Professor D. H. Hill. Profemsor E. P. Moses, Professor C. AY. Burkott, Mr. C. J. Parker, Dr. and Mrs. F. L Stevens, Miss Grahnm, of Charlotte; Miss Young, Miss Stone, Miss Page, Mrs. Terrell, Mrs. Williamson, Mrs. Barber, Miss Kedford, Mr. ajid Mrs. Watson, Professor Hugh Morson. BEAUTIFUL. DECORATIONS. Tho spacious room ln Pullen Memorial building, which 1b soon to become the college library, was artistically decorat...

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

VIRGINIA EDITORS; WHAT THEY THINK Gcrmon — Editorial. Hero we have from the FaTrnvllla Herald n kind of combination sermon-cdl-torlal: A religious contemporary snys: "Borrowinß monfiy on church property Is not nlwnys nn ftftsy thing, nnd for two ten-sons. Ono Is that It Is ft peculiarly ungracious thins to force the p^ymfnt, nnd tlio other Is that thorp nro very few pcoplo who want to buy a church. Ono mny hav e to wait n lons time before a customer In found. Csu.illy a few men In tho church havo to n<?eome personally reHpon/Itilc, anr] that 1.1 the better wny. A genuine security is glvoh, The best w«v Is not to have any debts at all." I\ow, here Is a sad confession, that a "few men" In tho rhurch, whose perBonal honor is Involved are more honest thnn the ontlre mtmbcrshlp. For ono tlmo the part Is greater than the whole. Wo romomber not long ulneo sitting In a hamii'omc rhurch build, ng which wo knew hid not been p;ilrl for, and listen* InK to a scathing «ormnn on the Ke...

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

9 VICTORY FOR MANN LAW W. H. Boaz has Walkover in Albemarle. HAS OVER 500 MAJORITY The Liquor Men .Were Fighting Mr' Boaz. but He Won With Ease, Carrying Moil Every Precinct. t nr*dU to The Tlme*r>l.<rifiteM CHARIX>TTESVIM;E, VA., Aug. I.— Albemarle county, the first In tho State In which the Mnnn liquor law has been made the chief Issue, held Its Democratic primary to-day. Wlllinin H. Bonz, the veteran member of the Houee of Delegates, who was supposed to have the strongest opposition ho had ever oncountered, had a complete walkover, completely swamping hl« opponent, W. Samuel Burnley, who was supported by the llcmor element. W. R. Duke was nominated by over 800 majority, nnd tienoe there will be no ohangc In Albcinarle** representation in the House. Mr. Boaz carried erery ward In Charlotterrtlle, his majority over Burnley being HB. In the county sixteen out of twanty-two preolncts gave Boae 411 majority, Burnley carrying only three preolncts. In th...

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

SLUGGISH AND NARROW Alovement of Stock Prlcci was Insignificant. TONE VERY INDIFFERENT Market Made Up of Scattering Move- \ menls Having Little or No Effect on General List— Bond nr.arket Showed breadth. (By Associated Pross.) KEW YORK, August I.— Coalings In Blocks were ho small and tho tone of tlio trading waj so Indifferent to-day that little significance could ho attacned to the mov«:tnunt of price.*", which waa very nnrrow and sluggish, nxcept In a f«w Individual stocks Influenced by special causes. There waa .selling of flock 1.-lai,U Induced by tho cr.tiLlsms of tho proposed rcfundlnK bond ISsUO, People's Gas rose more than a poii.t on thf- declaration of tho regular quarterly d.viciend. Tliete was n Bain of a point In Mexican Central on rumors or the taking over of a largo block by prlvato agl cement. North American had tho benefit ot the purChase by n prominent banking houßO of the holdings oi" one of tli«- firms which fulled last week. The market was alrnoKt wholly made up...

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

10 REAR MONUMENT TO DEAD WOODMAN Interesting Ceremonies for Unveiling of Shaft to W. H. Goodliff To-Day. Thl« afternoon nt r.:RO o'clork Hickory Camp, No. S, Woodmen of tho World, will unveil In Oakwood Cemrtery a monuttiont to tho memory of tho Intc \V. H. Goodliff, wlio died nt his roflldcnoe, on Oakwood Avenue, on Jnminry BSth. ISKS3, in the forty-fifth year of hie njre. Mr. Qoo<lllff had boon o mpmber of Hickory Camp over Flncc thnt bmly tv.ns chartpred, nnd wa= hold In hlph est«cm, not only by members of hi? own rump, but by "members of tho order scnerally In tho community. Tho order of Woodmen of tlio World erects to the memory of mrli dpcen^d sovereign a monument, nnd ttio rxerclycs . on Stlnflfty nftornnnn In Oikwood Tonic- | tetr Will be In conformity With tho ritual- j ißtto requirement? of the order mid sltnl- I lar In chnrnctor to thns<? of oilier occn- ) Blons of this kind under the auspices of I tho Woodmen of t?ic World. Below will be foimd tho p...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, i» rnllibl* WOMAN to ooek ana ol»»n hmiio for n.uill family. Apply 2*l South Third SlicM. WANTT.D. two MILLINERS '»r oojxilnjr ••"«"• «tfn<ly iv..fk. pno-l m r - M ™- J |jr ' ltS "EAlt. M 23 KMt Mnlu Street. "WANTED, a younir lady Sttnoerrtpher anfl Typewriter t«. Wilwtltillfl f<T Ift-o wecil. AiMress TWO WEEKS, mm 1 1 i t f* ollltt. EARN $3 per we»k writing letter" lor us nt liomr. Tor pni-t Iciilnrn mMn'«= M.U I.N <jI.A.M) btfITKIBU'JIWO CO.. Bridgeport. Conn. MDIEB to ilo Embroidery "nil t*te work (it botne; best nay; im outfit •rtenwj no innlorinli to He I. Scn-1 IddNMtd rnvMnni! f.v Inntractlort*, CO OPKIIATIVF. CO., 11l NaslADY~W ANTED, $16 weekly; permanent, artln11c employment nt liomej no ••xprrl.'iK-f mi.lnl; mntrrisl f tirnl»l>'"l. Endured MnnipeiW"]Ari'wtl finrelopo. Tir'KCT CO., 1.11 V>cnt l!8d St., Ktvf Yerk. STENOGRAPHERS— Several Rood positions open In (,nr employment (Icpnrttni'iit i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 August 1903

12 IS FAIRLY UNDER WAY Pleasures of the Day at tho Sweet Chalybeate. PARTIES OF ALL KINDS The Fare Furnished the Guests is Exceptionally Good— Description of Amusements — A List of Late Arrivals. BfWEET cnALTBEJATID SPRINGS, lAug. 1. — Now that tho season is fairly under way at the Chalybeate and all tho rooms filled, tho ono fault to bo found is that the days contain only Uventy-four liourn, for flint Is a small epace allotted vheroln one may do Justlco to all tho pleusures offered us huro. Not only a numbiT of small entertainments, but po many picnic parties, drives nnd rides to Burroundiug places to arrango in the epace of twonty-four hours, and at tho Chalybeate tho Cayv seem shorter than any other place. The dining-room is now filled, and only ono or two tables, which aro eniiaged, are now vacant, nnd the linen and all appointments spotlessly neat. Tho faro is unusually fine, for tho fresh vegetables from tho llnely cultivated garden on tho place are tempt! n« to all appetlties...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 August 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 August 1903

THE TIMER. FOUNDED ISJB. THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1860. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS J A. M. • 1.2 12 M ! P. M ii ) P. M II 3 P, M >?. 12 rnldnlßht _^_ AvraKe "5 1-6 Higheiit tf>mp<!rntiirs yestordny " Lowest t';rnp'T.ittir(s ypptf-rdny .-' Mrnn tftnporaUiro. yesterday 'i Nonnni temperature yeßteraay " pppurturp from normal tempnrnture... « Precipitation 'luring past 24 hours JMINIATURE AI/MANAC. Anrust 4, 190 a. — fnnE " RICHrt'IOND. T. C. Williams' factory to b<? w!p«d rrr.m list of tjreat plnnts R. A. Pa-tter-Ron and Co.xcome boldly to f""'^ Krcatlv lncroased capacity-— Common Council hnin busy session — Mr .v p . olloc , k hot on trc.ll of those who forest .their pprtonal property when preparing lift of taxbdl>s posHosslniiß More bonds ">»>' '« Is-u'-d to rcdoftn outstandlriß pecurltlca of "higher rate of Intewat—^-Well known minister may lo6e eye, being. t> truck b> a green apple thrown by ...

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

5? JrrnvMv 111, hns received the la*t communlon. Stonslßijqr Hnnlfnce Marln, the vlcnr Kcnernl of his nrch dloccso (Vn enCia). was jidmlttod to tho conclave to-dny, the dmir belnfr opened for thnt purposa •with nil the prescribed brecautloni*.- OutPlde were the Oovrrnor nnd m:i.*."ha.l of Ihr fonclnve, nsMsted by riipinlns nf thp gimrd. Tim npostOlie hrolhonoiarlM nnd two wins ot Prince ChUrt nctrd ns Wit* jifptps. Tbo record of the ndmlttnnco of Jtftr. Martin was offlclßlly recorded In ft fnnnnl document which will bo placed in * Ottift life dnlly slßhts nt thn Vntlcnn now Is the firrlval of the nun. whom of the cnrdlnnls. nnd is rrputrd to liftVfl an Income or JW.OOO nnnunlly. He . de-Pli-fd to have his cook enter <' lfi,c"llrlnve. hut, the presence nf wnmon belnt, forbiAden by nil the niles, ho .^n|*« to MXd her cook his dlnnrr outsiiie nnn rnSf dally In n cni>, escortcu by two ioyonfaay ft will pwuftbiy dose tomorrow, the dnv nf St. Dnmlnlck. ono of th»» fl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 August 1903

MR. SCHWAB RESIG NS? Will Sever All Connection with Steel Trust. COREY TO SUCCEED HIM Mr. Schwab's Resignation as President Said to Be Already in the Hands of the Executive Committee — He Will Not Be Director. (By Associated Press.) PHILADELPHIA, PA., August ?,.— The Public Ledger to-morrnw will say! "CharlcK M. Schwab, president of tho United StatOS Stool Corporation, will never his Official connection with that concern to-day (Tuesday), his resignation aa president HOW being In the hands of the Kxecu'ive Committee. "This Information came to the Public (Ledger from one of the directors of tho corporation. For month? Mr. Bchwnh'H resignation has been rumored, but each time the rumors appeared It was denied by Mr. Sfihwab himself, an well as by the corporation's directors. "Thn ExecuMVe Committee will meet to-day and recommend its acceptance. The recommendation will then be turned over to the directors, who will meet later In the d»iy and formally approve It. "Mr. Schwab will also, I...

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

* The Times- Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street. Richmond. Va. Entered January 27, 1993, at Richmond, Va., as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The DAtt/T Tmj=S-DISPATCH Is sold at 2 cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is Bold nt S cents o copy. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall-50 cent* a month; 15.00 ft year; $2.50 for six months; 11.30 for throe months. The SUNDAY TIMES-DIsrATCH by mall $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-PIsrATCIT, Including Sunday. In Richmond nnd Manchester, by carrier. 12 cents per week. or BO cent* per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per wrek. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 ft yenr. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not bo returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Oroad Street. TUESDAT. AUGUST A, 1908 Persons leaving the city for the summer shouia order The Times-Dispatch mailed to them. Price. BO ce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 August 1903

KING SEEMS CONTENTED Has Very Fine Quarters at City Jail. SOON TO HAVE SUITE Receives Many Visitors and Kills Time by Reading and Writing- Says Ho is No Scape Goat, and Knows Nothing Against Anyone. Ex-Alderman John M. King Is I lie most popular prisoner In tho city Jail. Although he hns been an occupant of that institution but two days, he has received many visits from friends, ■ who gossip with him, tell him the news of the day and help brighten his hours ot confinement. Mr. King haw as pleasant surroundings as tiny ono can have under the clrcum6tancos. Ho Is temporarily occupying a cory room on the second door, with northern exposure. The room Is os large as tho average bed-room, and is well furlthed. It Is usually occupied by one ot tho deputies, and has all conveniences. This room will ho vacated, however, In a day or two, nnd Mr. King will be transferred to a sult,o of apartm<mtt.' on the third floor, with southern expo»ure._ In these rooroc, only one of which ho wi...

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