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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 May 1903

THE JEWS THE VICTORS Great Sermon Preached by a Pastor of Norfolk. MANY STRIKING TRUTHS Rev. Dr. C. S. Blackwell Tells How Ruin Hns Overtaken Those Nations Who Have Driven Out the Jews. Rev. Dr. C. 8. Blnckivoll preached a mont interesting sermon Sunday night ftt tho First Baptist Church of Norfolk, his HiibJnct being "The Jews Victims nnd Victors In the Tragedy of History." He eald: "The angel of the Bord appeared unto Moses In a flame of fire out of the midst Of a bush, nnd he looked,.and behold, the -Usll burned ?vlth f.re, nnd tlio bush was riot consumed. And Moses said, I will turn aside and seo this great sight, ?vhy the bush Is not burnt. ? ? ? And the Lord said put off thy shoes from off thy feel, for the ground on ?vhlch thou stand? est Is holy ground."--Exodus 3:3-5. With uncovered hends and uusnndalcd feet let us draw nsldo and b_-_U this burning, but uncoiisumed bush?which represent? t])0 Jeivlsb race pnaslng through centuries of hottest fires of hate find persecution, n...

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. — 30 May 1903

THE TOWN OF FRANKLIN Steady and Hearty Growth Promises Future Greatness INDUSTRIES OF THE PLACE Schools Are Unsurpassed and the Citi? zens Well-to-Do and Law-Abiding. Peanut Factories?Peoplo Have Fine, Old-Timo Hospitality, (Special From a Stnff Correspondent.) FRANKLIN, SOUTHAMPTON COUN? TY, VA? May 29.?Tho n-lsltor to the lit? tle town of Franklin is bound to be im? pressed with its beauty ilrst, nnd later, after he has looked into the nffalrs of tho peoplo, tho general prosperity that ls making Ihem well to do, If not wealthy. ? Tho town has nei-er enjoyed a boom, nnd ' there Is no Indication thnt ono Is nbout to make Its nppenrnnce, but there ls on every hand the evidence of steady, hearty and stable growth, and thoro Is renson to think that eventually tho little town on tho mnrkwater will bo a city ofsoine ?Ize ' and much importance In the business world of his section of the State. Shortly after the war the entire husl ness portion of the town, with the ex? ception of ono -lou...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 May 1903

ORDAIN IN MANCHESTER interesting Service at Clopton Streot Church To-Morrow. THE DEATH OF MISS CRAIG Mr. Abbott Valuable Councilman?Holi? day at Postoffice and Banks?Partial Suspension of Business To-Day. Personal and News Notes, Manchester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspatch, 1 No. 1102 Hull Street. J . An event of special Importance will be the ordination of eight deacons ot Cloptun Stroet Church on Sunday ufternoon at t o'clock. -*? Tho senvlces will bo conducted by Revs. W. R. I a. Smith. D. D., W. T. Dorleux, C. P. Slaley, nnd;C. C. Cox, and the'gen? tlemen to bo ordained are: Messrs. C. N. Fuijun, VV. T. Jones, George Reams, W. H. Ferguson. C. H? Kahl, Henry-, lolland, J. VV. .Holt and Dr. J. 0. Loving. lu addltloii to the ordination e-eretne* ? special musical programme has been arranged by tlio choir. The publl general? ly Is Invited to attend and participate in tho services. The sermon at the morning service will be preached by Rov. Vf. Vf,* Slsk. Thoro will bo no service at night, owing...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 May 1903

HELP WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED, a COOK; ?Ino NURSE: goon home. Api'lj- ?'.??G, tirnvo Avenue. tADV WANTED for ?I fin on? t nitor.. .Call ?t OWENS * MINOR'S Urtig Store between 10 ?nil 11 A. M. ?Saturday. HELP WANTED?MALE. WAN?ED. Conk anil Mnn for Homi Woi-k? Hur?? tiiiiiil ?iimI Wife ??-ofirreil; Rood waRr* unii Ke?'ly employment; lieft referenee required. A.l.lreii? .1. W. CAL1>WKL1,. Mc?i?owtllln. Vn. WANTED. Stock Men or Boy?. Apply at 217 G.?? Dromi Stri-ot, Saturday nlgtit. WANTED, twenty-five nhle-ln>?lifil MEN.. Apply tn Mr. WILLIAM ???????????. .Miierlcnn Loooniotlvo Co., niellinomi Work?. WANTED, F\?ty CARPENTERS to liolp build tlie Musical lliillwfiv nt Putt.m Turk, mi Seven Tines Electric" Hnllwnv. Apply renily for ?oik to lit.lSS ??.?G?. MiinniiiT. WANTED, DniR CLERK, who ran anil will work; none other noe.1 nppilj : nnft lie eotn pi'teiit. roller, ipilek ?mil rnrreeti ?Inni?? limn prefinid : position perniiitient ; rnre elilinee for Hi?? rieht man. Appllontlon?. inii...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 May 1903

THE MARKET WASUSTLESS Opening Show of Strength Was Soon Dissipated. LONDON MARKET STRONG This Helped New York at Opening, but Benrs Found Covering So Easythat Their Confidenco Was Re? stored?Gains Wiped Out, (Bj* A*t?orlnM PreM.) HEW YORK, May 29.??There was brief show of strength In this morning's ?lock market, but ivcn't ?pots soon devel? oped and, later trading became apatbetlo nn?] nt tho hint Magnant. The opening riso was helped hy I/ondon, especially by ii consldcrnhlo rise In Rio Tintos and ? recovery In the cupper market. As con? siibrabh) Importance whs attached to yes turday'a London market, thin action nt Ihn London market was considered f-Isr nlflcant. Amalgarnnted Copper slarted Upward In nympathy. The bear inter 0!<tH ?how a dlHiKisltlon to cover tholr Hhrirt contrnctH. The two day holiday? hero villi be followed by the regular Whlteuntldo holldiiys on forelRii ex? changes, no lhat the eprcad of any sud? den new development, would ho concen? trated on tho American m...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 May 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. Store Closed To-day at 2 P. M., "Memorial Day.' Children's Drawers, 15c Per Pair. Reduced From 19c and 25c. Cotton and Cambric Drawers for children in all sizes? Some of them trimmed with Embroidery and Tuoks, others 'with Lace and insertion. Tlio Material is the best that conld be put in for the original pri? ces and the finish is up to tho Miller ?fe Bhoads standard. I50t to-day for this exceptionally good underwear. Full Line of School Pads and Pencils for Examina? tion Week, ???? department in basement. Social and ?Personal I ?>l>?$>-i->?3>?$??t??3?<*?<t>??><?><M^^ Mr. and Mrc Charles Berkeley Oooke gave a brilliant reception at their home, "Holly Bank," on the Hermltogo Houd, last evening. The lower floor of the house was can VBABed In white and beautifully decorated With palms and cut flowers by Hammond. Mrs. Cooke wns assisted in receiving: her ?ruests by Miss Pozzonl nnd Mrs. An? ton H. Thlermnnn. An orche...

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. — 31 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. T,,a^^Fsi-'AT,fi1:i-o"S!;!'iBS: ] WHOLE *'UMBER, ?,?55. EDITORIAL SECTION. RICHMOND, VA.', SUNDAY, MAY 111, 1003. PRICE FIVE CENTS. LAY THE CORNER-STONE OF THE GREAT CATHEDRAL A Most Impressive Event Here on Thursday. MANY LEADING CHURCHMEN COMING A Reception to tho Apostolic Delegate Wednesday. .AIR. THOMAS F. RYAN IS TO BE PRESENT The Donor of the Magnificent Structure Will Be an Honored Guest?A Num? ber of Bishops Will Grace the Occasion?The Programme that Has Been Ar? ranged. In the presence of one of the most dis? tinguished gatherings of clergy and laity ever known in Richmond, tho cornerstone o? tho great, now rtomnn Catholic Cathe? dral; in process of erection here, will be l?:ld on the afternoon of Thursday next, with attending exorcises In keeping with the Importance of the event. From many different points In the country prominent visit?n will come, in? cluding ?i number of bishops-and otli'r prelates high in the councils of the church. The apostolic deleg...

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. — 31 May 1903

FIRST BRUSH IN THE FALL Very Interesting Campaign Just Opening Up. SENATORIAL CANDIDATES They Will Strive to Capture State Sena ators, Who Will Hold Over and Vote for Martin's Successor?County Officers and House Members. The people of Virginia are about to embark upon one of the most unique and Interesting campaigns over fought In Its history and It promises to fairly brlstlo ?from start to finish with events of public moment. There are many conditions surrounding the coming struggle which will tend to Rive It life and make It unlike any of those which havo precedod. One Is, that owing to Constitutional Changes, nil the county and district of? ficers will bo chosen nt tho regular fall election for the first time In many years, If not In the entire history of tho State, along with tho entire membership o? the House of Delegates and half of the State Senate. Another Is the fact, that for like rea? sons, the campaign will be conducted for the last time under the old and almost Bacrod s...

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. — 31 May 1903

*r*riii-?*ara**tfiiiiiii>?iiiiiwiii 0 Jhis will be a week of wonderful Values in i?ash fabrics. ?arge purchase of ?)ash Qoods, consisting of ?Dimities. Qinghams, ?inghams, ?,awns, Percales and other desirable ?)ash Qoods fabrics, which we offer as the most extraordinary values ever known in the month of June. uhe Cooiesi Store ?n thex Cety / Wfid u urn m or :'-?*~rr-f''? ?*fe?W. ?I.*<\ J?arge 3/iipmont of French and J?morican *Dainti/ 7^us I in fyjidorwcar 97fado from fino ?Jioor 97/uslinSj Cambrics and 7/ainsooks, 50 dozen Gowns, lovyvneck, Bishop and short sleeves, made of cambric, cotton and nainsook, hemstitched, color-stitched, lace and <?>.- ?\q embroidery trimmed, 75c. to. ?P??"? Women's Muslin and Cambric Skirts, Tor? chon insertion, tucked ruffles, edged with ?r lace and embroidery, $1 values; sale price ' Pi Women's Muslin, Cambric and Lawn Pants, umbrella ruffles, some trimmed with insertions of Torchon and Val. laces, others in Point dc aris lace, still other...

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. — 31 May 1903

Odie Times-Dispatch. jPobHshed Daily nnd Weekly nt No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1003, at Richmond, Va., as Bocond Clas9 Matter, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. - The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is 'Tfcold at 2 cents n. copv. I The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is tsolc? ni fi cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail? CO cents n month! $5.00 a year, $2.50 for six month*?' $l.i*0 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail "?2.n0 a ve.-ir. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in? cluding Stmdny. by Currier, 12 cents per week, or f>0 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, fi cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, ?1.00 vc.-ir. All Unsicned Communications will be icicctcd. ? Rejected Communications will not bo (?jrehirncd unless accompanied by stumps. ? Uptown Oiliec nt T. A. Miller's. No. fell) East Broad Street. ) SUNDAY', MAY 31, 1003. I ?Beginning -with the first of June, the .price of The Tlnies-Dlspntch, within tho ?V?orporato limits of l...

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. — 31 May 1903

'ttt?*-rTTTTTTTTTT T T T * ...... ,, | Wh?^t Wa/ Done Last Week 1 In Thi-r Great World of Ckir.r. j ?{menean Jtffatrs. nnVRHY WILL RUN FOft MAYOR. The Intest developments in the New York mavornlty campaign Is the Uncon? ditional enterante of "Hlg Hill' Devery, ex-polloe chief, n? an Independent; nntl Tarnmany candidate for the people's suf? frages. The city Is congratulating Itself on at least an addition to Hie humor and filctiires'|uen**fis of the contest. tOOHF.VELT TO POLITICIANS. A forma) statement was given to_ the press bv Persldent )Uio**ev?-|t at Walla Walla, Mont;, defining his position In con? nection with the contest in Ohio over his ??ndorsement. He said he hn?l not nsked nny man for his support nnd had not raised Hie Issuo of endorsement, but be? ing raised, of course, theme who favored his administration would endorse. At Tiicoina several Senators at a illniwr crit? icised the President fncellnu?dy for < s regariling the wishes of Senators In dis? tribution of patr...

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. — 31 May 1903

The June Harper contains a story writ ten by Mr. James Branch C'nbell. of tWl city. The' tuie, "The Conspiracy of Ar liny,." is most charmingly Illustrated It the development 01 the author's ver? original plot and construction. The time of the "Conspiracy" date 1-ack sonto hundreds of years. The seen. Is laid in the French Chateau ?TArnnye aiul the characters, in so far ns refill t? nre concerned, are tlio Sleur d'Arnayo ? ihls niece, the Demoiselle Matthlette, ant SRbouI, the Sleur d'.-.rnaye's reputed page ?fwho fs in his own proper person Monslani ?do Puvsange. the lordly lover of the Dom ?jjolsclle Matthlette. ' The story opens with n conVorsntl?tl be? tween the Sleur d'Anmye and his niece. ??The Sleur tells her that Monsieur de Puy rpnnge will come to wed her on the mnr b"OW. The glti, gentle nnd beautiful, an [ewers that she docs not know Monsieur, ???und that, moreover, she does not love ?"htm. Her uncle pooh-poohs and evades *lier for a while, then speaks to her plain ;'*?}-...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

FINANCES OFMVEEK Liquidation of Rocent Dato Improves Conditions. THE LABOR SITUATION borne Controversies Have Been Settled, but the General Outlook Is Still Menacing?Good Railway Earn? ings Reported for May, (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlsiiatoh,) NEW YORK, Mny 30.-Tlio Financial Age says: Tho recent liquidation In tho stock mar? ket has resulted In at Inst bringing prices to a level where conservativo Interests have hi'on tempted to Invest, us was evi? denced by the absorption which followed tho decline of Monday. London also is showinc a keener Interest In our securi? ties, 'liiese are promising signs, not only because they Signify tlui entrance of substantial interests, but by reason 'if the fact that tho wenker nnd more do? lieron? elements uro being eliminated. With the advent of June money again comes to the front ns tho most Import? ant factor In the situation, itnd although there is nothing In the present serene outward appearance of tho money mar-, ket to suggest the slightest di...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

SOGIETY LIFE IN NORFOLK Pleasant Parties View the Run of of the Yachts. TRIP TO LAKE DRUA1MOND The Marriageable Club Makes the Journey in a Launch?Mr. Irvine Entertains Friends at Willoughby Club?To Give Crosses. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) NORFOLK., VA.. May 80.?Mrs. t?. H. Little entertained WValm-Mliiy evening at lier homo in Ghent, complimentary to Miss Portia Baldwin, of Borryvllle, ami Miss . Mnry Lloyd, of East Orange, N. J. The evening was spent In playing lllerary u*iln?l?that Is, each guest received a ja?por lettuce leaf with several quota? tions attached t'i it. Mis?? Carrie Hunter and Mr. George S.i.rgcitnt succeeded In ?guessing tlio authors of tho greatest number anil wero awarded the prizes. Mrs. Little's guests wero Miss Bald ? win, Miss Lloyd, Miss Holen Tnylor, Miss Alice OUI, Misa Carrie Hunter, Miss Nellie Little. Mr. Uoliert Beverly, Mr. Lud well Baldwin, Mr. Georgo Sar gennt, Mr. Robert M. Hughes, Jr., Mr. Algernon ri mini ers. of Alexandria', mid Mr. S. S...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

THE NEWSPAPER artists; WORK ?Exhibition Begins In the Crcn shaw Mansion on Juno 6th. For one week tho walls of the old Ctenshaw mansion will bo bare nnd have an opportunity to throw off tho atmos? phere of high art in landscape, matine, figuro and (lower canvases, which luivo bo delighted them. Just long enough tills will be to make them welcome tho now und Inspiring work of the Newspaper Ai lists' Association. Tho black nnd white creations will fill the places which have boon occupied by favorites of tho Art Club, and per Imps the old walls would have kept for their own, but the strangers will not be long In Illllng tho mansion with tho air of their popularity and Importance. Although the newspaper artist's work Is chlelly In black and white, yet ' the man who has to have bis pen ready nt a moment's notice to make a picture for lib? paper, has Ills quieter moments, which lie devotes to more ambitious art, nr.d not a few have made national reputations for their work In water colors ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

[Main aiW 14th S.s. 'S? [Malnand I4th Sls.~| ?-1 ERE'S one of our now Two Piece Suits for summer wear. A snappy, stylish garment, isn't it? Its fabrics aro Homespuns, Flannels, Wool Crashes and Serges, in light and dark mixtures and stripes. A Two-1'icco Suit is the thing for siinnner comfort. We can fit any form and any pocket-book?stouts, slims a n d regular sizes?at the same price. $5.00, $7.50 $10.00, $12. $ I 9iUUi Flannel Wool Crash and Homespun Trousers Can't go without your coat and vest during the summer months unless j'our trousers are all right. Ours are of the best kind. They have belt strap and cuff bottoms for $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $5.00. CLOTHES FOR LITTLE FELLOWS. Wo clothe tho boy from 3 years old up to 17 years old. If you want to save money bring the little follow here, and we will show you some wonderful monoy-savers in Knee Pants Suits at $1.50, Shirt salo of tho week?Eclipse and other brands of S1.00 Shirts, special this week - Y??l'f^w?J?BM? Qn-jjemn-a. ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

Th'o days when the '?shop was the lich??l" seem tn have sbout ? ended. Learning by experience seems to bo no longer the proper thing. Thero nre Indu? ing schools for almost every r-iilllng io day. The magazines are filled with their advertisement it. Many of them "teach by mull." The school of acting Is no new thing. I do not believe, however, any nf them claim to leach by mall. The school system In tho last few years, how? ever. hnR even extended It?? Arid In Ihe realm of tho Ihentre, until It has In? vaded the piny-writer's art. people nre now "taught" to write good piny*. Would thnt nomo of the writers of the drnmfl, Who hnve no dlfllculty In making ? living ut th"lr calling, would attend the school, If it en ? do what It claims. But that Is the very point. There are nome tliliiRs that cannot be taught. 1 bell?VO It would be Just ns easy to teach ?me to become a poet or a novelist as a piny writer. The drama, of course, re rpilreft |rv:|mlrnl knowledge, but evon possessing Ibis, ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

13 r uBmxmwssmwMmuKWMijama?a Has Surprised All (he Town, The most beautiful garments of every kind and for every use, from the infant tip, including the boys, to the handsomest ladies' garments, from a third to a full half under the best prices these goods can ordinarily be retailed for, And Cohen's stands back with an iron-clad guarantee in any garment you buy, Now is Your Time for Muslin Underwear. Nothing but the best made garments, despite these almost rediculous prices. A full half floor is piled up for your choosing. 200 dozen Night Gowns, mndo of tine, soft muslin, some of cambric, V-neck, hemstitched ruffle, yoke of embroidery, inser? tion nnd tucks, full sizes, Mon? day's sale price GOe. 117 dozen Finest Nninsook Long Cloth and Cambric Gowns, that can. be made at $1.75 to S2.A0, 20 various styles, choice of any, 08c. 80 dozen Night Gowns, in half dozen styles, nigh or low neck, nil have trimmed yokes, neck nnd sleeves, any for 30c. flfl dozen Cambric, Nainsook and Long Clot...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. ET,?,F??S!:?E!iBS: I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,255. LATE NEWS: WANT PAGES RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 81,1003. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS i - THE WEATHER. / ? "WASHINGTON, May !*0.-iroreca*t for ?Sunday and Monday: Virginia- Showers Sunday and Monday; cooler In southeast portion? Sunday; fresh kiortheast winds. North Carolina?Showers Sunday and Monday; light to fresh south winds. After hours of Intense heat. Richmond yesterday experienced a downpour, almost In the triture of ,-t cloudburst, that cleared the atmosphere and reduce?! t.hc tempera Din- very materially. Showers are eX ?!??' teal to-dny, and the mercury will be lower, STATS OF TUB THEIIMOMETER. P A. M. 77 12 M.;. 66 8 I*. M. R6 fi 1'. M. 81 f P. M. Q? 12 midnight . 68 Average Highest temperature yesterday. 87 ! Ixiwest temperature yesterday. 07 Mean temperature yesterday. 77 Normal temperature fair May. 67 | Departure from normal temperature 10 Precipitation during past 2-1 hours... 1.06 MINIATURE ALMAN...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

Iho men are found not guilty of charges. Bexrtlon 4 provides for a nme-Yimir d>i}' and payment for overtime, according to the acate. The Malter ?f Pay. Section 5 proposes that wanes of 22 ?rents per hour shall be paid all motor? men und 21 centi an hour to all conduc? tora un the Richmond and Manchester and Interurban lines of the company, end that motormen on the t'otersburg lino shall re?oive IS cents and conductors 17 ?ruts per hour. SoctJon r> proposes to give motnrmen free tr.-tsportnllonn at nil times over all lines of the company. Section 7 proposes that nil orders caus? ing extra expensa to Uto employes shall fiot bo effective until fifteen ?lays' notice shall have been given. The last section proposes to perpetuate the suggested gen oral Agreement until one or the other party thereto shall give notice In writing of a desire to chanttc the same, and lhat said notlco shall be given thirty days before the end of any year of the agreement. To these proposals General Manag...

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