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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 2 June 1903

PETERSBURG BJTKRED Rev. Geo. R. Stuart Preaches His Stump-Digging Sermon SOLID FOR TEMPERANCE Society Scored for Punch Drinking, Crowds Flock to Hear His Last Sermon?Commencement Ex? ercises of Female College. (Specilli tei Tho Tlinc?.Illspnte-h.) PETERSBURG, VA., Juno 1.?If every voter who aroso from hla seat at tho Stuart meeting last night to Indicate that lio favored temp?rance should cast a bal? lot for temperance In Petersburg, saloons ?would be shut up by a l?ig majority) More than thron thousand people heard tho powerful temperance sermon preached by Rev. George It. Stuart last night, nnd his auellciice was limited to this num? ber by the capacity of the building. Every available space of sUiiielliig room vus occupied, only men being present at tlie service. . The registered whito voto In Peters? burg Ih slightly over 2,000. Of the 3,000 who heard tlio sermon last night more than 2,001) waveel their handkerchlels or roso from their seats to Indicate: that they were In sympat...

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. — 2 June 1903

The Times-Dispatch. iTiiMisfict? Daily nnd Weekly nt No. 4 North Tenth" Streol, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, H-03, nt Richmond. A'n., ns Second Class Mailer, wider Act of Con/jrcss of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is fcnhl at 2 cents ? copy, The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is Beiti nt 5 cents ? copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail? CO cents ft monili ? $.-..00 a year, ?'2.G.? for six month*. ; $1.00 fur llitec months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail ?ti.DO ? venr. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in cluil?n-r Sunday, in Richmond nnd Man? Chester, by Carrier, 12 tents per week, or G.0 tents per monili. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, fi rents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, ; $1.00 venr. All Unsigned Commtmichtlons will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be | returned unless accompanied by stntnpa. Uptown OlTice at T. A. Miller's, No. Cl!) East Rrond Street. TUESDAY? JUNE 2, 1903. From June 1st the price of The Tlmes Dlspatch, delivered by carrier within the corp...

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. — 2 June 1903

CLASS-DAY CEREMONIES Interesting Exercises at the Woman's College, NAMES OF GRADUATES And Those Who Won Honors In the Various Branches of Study?Com? mencement Will Be Held To-Day. Claen day c?r?monie? at the Woman's Collego yesterday passed oft without a elngle untoward Incident to mar their grcit pleaauro. At 11 o'clock A. M., the graduates of 3fl! proudly donned tholr caps and gowns tor their finals. They included MIsb Iriauie Quthrlo, president; Mies Kell Sln? ton, class orator; Miss Jessie Lane, class -Istoriali; Miss Myrtle Langford, elusa prophot; Miss Ethel Fltzpatrlck. class poet; Miss Roea Smith, treo orator; Miss Lulu Kirk, bonflro orator; Mies Eleanor ?Ryland, Misa Etta Ankers, Miss Ruth .Harrison, Miss llattlo Garrott. Miss Marlon Terrell, Miss ~.ury lleriidon and Mimi Denise Morrla. The class was welcomed In tho college r.liupol, to which ita members proceeded, ly the president, who said: "Ladles and gentlemen, frlenda of the ila.MH of 1003, li le my pleasant duty to we...

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. — 2 June 1903

CATTLERUSH INTO THE SEA Phosphorescence of the waves Bewildered the Animals. WAvSHOUTS FROM STORM State Mission Meeting of the Goslien Baptist Association--The Grave of Mary Washington Decorated With Handsome Flowers. (Special to Tbo Times-Dispatch.) FREDERICK SBURG. VA., June l.~ Tho State mission meetings In the Goshon Baptist Association are being bole! this Meek in this section, commencing to-day, at Rhondesvlllo, Orange cBunty, when' all-day services wero hold. Tho other chiuchis co-operating wem Mount Hor? mon, Orange, North ?'amunkey and Anll och. On Tuesday the services will be at Flat Bun. Orange county, and tlie other churches co-operating will lie '?oar, Ely's Ford nnd New Hope. Wednesday nt Sa lem Church, Spotsylvanla county, Uirco miles from tills city, with Ilio Wilderness, Zcar anil FrederkT.sburg Churches co-op? erating. On Wednesday night services will bo heb] In the Baptist Church In this city. Thursday the services will bo at Goshen Church, lu Spotsylvanla county,...

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. — 2 June 1903

THE RALEIGH MURDERCASE Habeas Corpus Proceedings for Haywood. TKY TO IMPEACH WITNESS Photographs ofthe Scene ofthe Shoot? ing Introduced In Evidence?Tho Agreement Not to Go Into tho Ar? gument ofthe Case Broken. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) RALIS1G1I, N, C, June 1.?Taking re buttul testimony for both th? Stale and the ?Infenso consumed nearly all to-day's session In tho hearing of the habeas cor? pus proceeding? for Kniest Haywood, ?layer of Ludlow t?kltiner. Argument Is being rnado contrary to previous agree? ment, and It will be noon to-morrow be? fore the Judges will take tho case. This morning the defense Introduced W. P. lioso, architect, who testified ,to measure? ments ho had taken that provo W. 13. Gwaltney could not have seen liny wood's hand or pistol where he Bworo he saw them from his drug store window, thus contradicting an Important State's wit? ness. Defense also Introduced Drs. ??. I. Roystor, Hubert Royster, J. B. HoKcrs, A. AV. Goodwin ns medical experts to pro...

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. — 2 June 1903

PROTEST OF LEADING MEN City Stirred by Infamous Cru? elly in Russia. VERY STRONG PROTEST Eloquent Addresses by Governor Mon .-gue and Others?Resolutions to Be Sent to Secretary Hay at Washington. More than a thousand representativo oltl?ens of Richmond, Including the Gov? ernor of the State and ministers and lay? men of all creeds and walks In life, gath? ered Sunday afternoon In mass mee il II g, end ss with one volco recorded an empha? tic nnd Indignant protest ngalnst the Russian government for apparently pel'? mlttlng and commending the horrlblo massacre of Jews so recently accom? pllshed at Klshlneff. The direct outcome of the meeting was a strong series of resolutions, to bo com? municated at once to tho Soorotnty of Btate of the United States government. Efforts wero made to have embodied in this paper a formal request for the tecali of tho present Russian ambassador nt Washington, Count Cassini, but tbo ef? fort was discouraged, and the grent gath? ering: contented Itself wi...

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. — 2 June 1903

BUILDINGS AREM? Tho Activity in That Direction is {? )reccdented. IN ALMOST EVERY WAY Building Matorial Now Easy lo Secure and Money is Plentiful?The Mar? velous Changes of Recent Years. The click of the trowel and tho sound of the hammer and biiw make music now In every part of tho city. With tho open? ing of spring, building activity is soon on every hnnd. New houses nro going up everywhere?not small, temporary struc turoB, hut residences, stores, factories n.nd offlco structures that would bo a credit to a fur purger city. It Is not a spurt. This lunrctuind liiitldlng ls Ifliio to a number of perfectly reasonable causes. Ono of them Is thnt It Is now possible to get steel for the framing, a thing absolute? ly out of tho question a year ago. Build? ings that have be-on In contemplation for several years nre now to be erected be? cause It Is postillilo to get tho material to do so, Tho money has never been lack? ing. The banks and Individuai** of Rich? mond havo nhuudance nf money ...

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. — 2 June 1903

PRESSURE WASTOSELL Few Buyers In Evidence on Stock Exchange. ST. PAUL STOCK WAS FIRM This. Had Strengthening Influence, but the Selling Went on Under Cover. There Were Some Feverish Rallies Near Close. (By Aacnclnlcel Mess.) NEW YORK, Juno l.-Tlie stock mar? ket was still under pr.'^ur... n-elny " Kiilti?? of some reslstniico i?y mo ?',"' ?-,? leaders notably St.? Paul, 'lho movements In this stock recently have nlmost served to dominate ? he- maike so Hint It? f!rmiio?F tei-ilny naturalli lina Tome effect on ?Miilmenl. Its inf iience was modified, however, hy IHM?" ?ct that selling was ?oing on el????? here 'in er this c.vei' and also by tho usci'-tons t1 iftt a large hear account was tAklrnJ profits on tho long decline In St. Paul i;.y co***5T> bur short contracts for ninny U>ounknd shares Bhort covering Vvns also reported In Rock Isniiil, but with less effect. 1 he reports of damage by the noods affected Hock Island and hnd n growing In flu enee on ?Missouri Pacific. Atchls...

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. — 2 June 1903

WANTED, miar Wa?hlngton, Juna Int, AHt-ftU-fl colored f'nok, Walter ?ni Waltrea?; good vtiKC*. Apply nt UH H. Ttilril Street. WANTED, 6tock Men ?nd Boy?. .Apply at ?17 Kail Ilrnnd Streit. WANTED, a firtt-olna? COOK. Apply 112 ?outh Third. WANTED, ? good HOUSEKEEPER to t'Ite Odre of children: fettunte? eirimnged. Addreaa Hoi Bfifi, Newport N.????, Va. COPY I.ETTEWI at homo; $16, paid weekly. Send atnni|ieil enreVipo fr.r ?ampin . letter. VKMTZAN (??.. ?? P*rX IWW, New York. WANTED, Femal? Btenof-raphor, able to In crenae her Income by neliii? a machine SO to 40 per reni. ?nrtfllW Hint] Hie real, and nn ?count of up lodale fealurea mu?t turn nut heller Work wllh le?? mental and pliyale?! effort. Addrre? OMVFR STANDAIIIJ VI8I 111,15 WHITE!!, Itlrhmond. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED, by refined ?nd Intelligent young lady, ? pofltlon aa lten?Rrnpher In the city) it faithful worker. A .idre?? Miai A. H, J., car? thl? office.! WANTED, by ? ?raduat* of Hollina Initlrut?, Va., ? pnallton ...

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. — 2 June 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads mUw? , ?Btniight Fronti ?.?.9? P. N. CORSET NO. 917 FOR $1.50. This one's a feather weight?so much tho bet? ter for sutti?ue? wear, under a Shirt Waist?Good Batiste with u medium length hip trimmed with Laco and a Piibbon Bow. There's Tabs on the front for lioso supporters. Tho aluminum boning of tho P. N. Corsets prevents any rusting and consequently there's no soiling of the clothes in warm weather from rust? ed steel. 600 Yards Bleached Cotton 8c. Yard. Short lengths in o to 12 yard pieces of Fruit of the Loom, Warn? Butta, Pride of tho "West and New York Mills brands. Tou know of course that 10 to 121-2c. a yard nre Ilio regular prices for these cottons. Short pieces ni.i.Uo short prices tf-tliy and six hundred yards won't last long at So. I Soctal and 1 I JJersonai | ?$??>f?:^'i>'*><^^'^<^??^^ The wedding e? Miss Emole Fogrnni, the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. James West Pegram. nnd Lieutenant Rufus ?. Johnston, United Stntes navy, me...

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. — 3 June 1903

mflM tefflfflft? I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,257. TUB L13PA' RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF PAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. For Virginia?Wednesday partly cloudy; Warmer In southwest portion; Thursday luir; fresh enst winds. North Carolina?Wednesday fair; warm? er In west portion; Thursday fair, Tho weather was cxccecIliiRly cool for Juno yesterday? nnd few straw hata came out from their retreat. The outlook Is lot" warmer weather In portions of the Bt.-itn to-dny, accompanied hy partly over Bhadod tiklcs. STATE OK THE THERMOMETER. ? ?. M. 02 13 M. -?S ?; G". ?.3 b ?. ?. 6? 11 P. ? . 6-1 12 mliliiffiht. ? Average.?Bfi 1-2 Highest temperature yesterday. 72 Lowest temperature yesterday. R0 Menu temperature yesterday. ?>J Normal temperature for June. '"?.> Departure from normal temperature.. 51 Precipitation during past 21 hours. 0 ?? I ?NI ATURE ALMANAC. June 3, 1903. Bun risen.4:51 I HIGH TIDE Kun sets.7:21 '. Morning.11:11 M'jon sete...12:56 | Evening.H.4H R...

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. — 3 June 1903

Investi*-* Un g eomitt'.'tteM In every po*sl hl? ?ray, but whether he will deem the one or the other of the above courses as "(proper. Ir not known. The two rcRolutlons Invoke the aid of th? City Attorney nnd other officiate, nod the former will likely be the legal adviser of both committees. It Is not likely thnt fiiny attorney?- will be employed, but that the committees will conduct the examina? tion of the witnesses. Several of thoso who ?re alleged by Mr. Tallaferro to have br*n necneed by Garter are themselves lawyer?, and mny take ? hand In the af? fair when It comes to dealing with their enees. Mayor Taylor han been widely critici**?! !n some quarters for bringing the mat let to theJM lent Inn of the Council upon what Is termed hearsay orldenre, but His Honor Is "sitting still In the boat'' nnd awaiting the result of whnt he has Ini? tiated In the law-making branch of the municipal government. The Investigation proposed on Monday night, and which will be undoubtedly car? ried...

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. — 3 June 1903

ASPIRANTS FOR SENATE No One Appears Against Sen? ator J. W. Daniel. NOTICE MUST BE FILED There will Be No Necessity for Primary for United States Senator This Year?First to Take Place In September, 1905. United State? Senator John AV. Daniel will bo declared by tho Stato Democratic Committee tho candidate of the party for Senator, unless some other aspirant files written notice ot his candidacy with Stato Chairman J. Taylor Ellyson to-day or to-morrow. So far no ono has been mentioned us a. candidate for the Senate against Senator Daniel, wIiobo rcnomin? tlon and re-election aro assured already. Certainly unless some other aspirant ap? pears before Thursday night Senator Daniel will be declared the nominee, un? less ho has himself failed to lile auch notice. Thero will then be no necessity for a primary for United States Senator this year. THE PIR8T TRIAD. Tho flrat trial of tho primary plan for the choice of a Democratic nominee will therefore bo had on tho first Thursday In Septem...

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. — 3 June 1903

The Times-Dispatch. Ptibltslied Daily and Weekly fit No. Korth "Tenth Street, Rlohtno-nd, Va. Eiftsred January 27, 1903, at Richmond, Vn., as Second Class Hitler, under Act of Cbn*rress of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is ?old at 2 cents ? copv, The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is ?old til 5 cents ft copv. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail? 60 cents a month ; $S.OO a year, $2.60 for six months; $1.??? for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 ? venr. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in-, eluding Sunday, in llicliihotid nnd Man? chester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, or fiO cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 rent** por woek. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, il.00 year. AH Unsierncd Communications Avili bo ; rejected. Rejected Communications tvlll not be j returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown OtTico nt T. A. Miller's, No, | 610 East Broad Street. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 19uS. From Juno 1st the price of Tho Tlmes Dlspetch, delivered by carrier -within tho corpo...

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. — 3 June 1903

THE FEMALE SEMINARY Full List of the Graduates of tho Prosont Session. SCHOOL IS PROSPEROUS A Musical and Physical Culturo Recital Given Last Evening?May-Pole Dance is Beautifully Executed. The full graduates for 1903 of tho Rich? mond Female Seminary are: Miss Ida Walton Beveridgi, Miss Fanny Bland, Miss Elizabeth Cary Williamson. Graduates In the English courso are: Miss Minnie Beers and Miss Salile Berk-' eley Nelson. Tho graduating exorcises will be held this evening In tho Y. M. C. A. hall. Diplomas will bo awarded by tho Hov. Dr. Charles I'. Williamson and a short address will bo delivered to the graduates by tho Rov. Henry P. Atklne, of the West End Christian Church. Lnst ovenlng a charming musicalo and physical culture recital was glvon by Miss Ruth Coleman's class In seminary chapel at fi:3*) ?'clock. Tho first number of the programme was a duet rendered by Miss A'irglnla Sydnor ami Miss Annlo Ileo Finch. A plano solo by Miss Virginia Sydnor followed, after W'lilcti there w...

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. — 3 June 1903

KILLED WITH SINGLE BLOW A Fireman on a Tug Breaks the Skull of Another. BODY FELL OVERBOARD More Boats Start Running and the Traffic Situation is Not so Seri? ous?The Plan for a.Line from Frndericksburg to Norfolk. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) NORFOLK, VA.. Juno ??.--With a heavy wheel Jack, Isaac Parry, a tlretiian on the tug Pannie M. Gilbert, was murdered tl-.ls aiiernoon on Taylor's wharf. The skull was crushed, and the dying man toppled over Into the water and dis? appeared. As the dastard deed was done In plain view, the horrified people rushed to save the man from a watery grave, and so let the murderer escape. When the dead body was recovered the man ?with the stick had disappeared. Parry had gotten a Job on the tug thin morning. While the nature of the auercauon is not known, there was a war of words. According to an eye witness, there was but one blow, and that caught the unfor? tunate man In the head, blotting out the epark of life. It was all over In a min? ute, but ...

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. — 3 June 1903

ACCIDENT IN MANCHESTER Boy Falls Out of Tree on a Llttlo Girl. BOTH PAINFULLY HURT Meeting of Fire Commissioners This Evening?Two Negroes Hurt in a Row?-Oandidatee for the Board. Finance Committee?Notes? Manchester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspateh,! No. 1102 Hull Streot. J A peculiar accident occurred yester? day afternoon In tho yard adjoining tho residence of Mr. W. T. Hart, No. 223 East Eleventh Streot. Llttlo Wllllo Owon, boh of Mr. R. E. Owon,# had climbed n, cherry tree, and the four-year-old daughter ?was under tho treo playing. Suddenly the limb of trio tree broko nnd Willie fell to the ground. In falling ho struck the little girl. Sho fell heavily and sustained a nevero fracture of hor leg below the knee, Dr. Ingram treated her. and last night the little sufferer wae -, resting aa well an possible. Wllllo sustained nn abrasion on his head nnd was otherwise painfully bruised. He la getting along nicely. FIRB COMMISSIONERS. The Flro Commissioners will meet to? morrow night In regular se...

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. — 3 June 1903

HELP WANTED?FEMALE. i?~? (COPY LETTERS nt hm-n?i ?IS, pnld wi.ol.ly. 8l?li>t stamped envelope for sample letter. VBB1TBAN CO., .14 Park Rov-, Now York. ???WE WANT experienced saleswomen, unti per raiment |vrt*.lll..n?? punrnntoi'il lo tilt? rieht par? ties; non?? luit flrst-olas*. Intelligent np'ilU-nntn Will be con?ldored. Arply to ?????,?'.?. Mlllor A hhiMnl?. .WANTED, ? COOK. Apply ut Dr. R. A. PAT SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE. AV ACCOMPLISHED LADY nnd elegant Musl~ dun of Ions oxperl'tipp will tench fur lirr tavird In ?om? ploneflfll Virginia fmnlly during nuniincr. Address VIRGINIAN, 42s I'enrhti-ep Street. Atlnntn, On. HELP WANTED?MALE. WANTED, MALE STENOGRAPHER; youiiR man about twenty yenr?*; good, rnpld ??????p????t nm) typewriter, ono with experience In tic? counting preferred: state rli'iirly up.?. experi? ence, rpfprpnPe? awl snlnry wnnloil. .tUNIUK, ??f.ro this nfTIco. WANTEd7 Stork Men ?nd Boys. .Apply at ?317 Kn?t itrnnil Streot. WANTED, a sober, cnorgetlc young man as...

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. — 3 June 1903

CLOSE WAS VERYSTRONG An Effective Turn Was Made Against the Bears. DEMAND WAS URGENT Many Prominent Stocks Were Lifted to a Leve! Two Points Higher Than Monday's Close?Bond Market was Irregular. (By Annodateti Presi,) NEW YORK, June 2.-The first effec? tive turn iit-aliist the hear.?, which has Leon ftceomellehed pince tho present pro loiiRod declino In price?? sot In was ef? fected to-dav. and that without? mil Btrlklng development In the news to nffect valuo.?. On the contrary, there was a rlemornllzed Plump In a group of securi? ties which wero i-yrnpatlietlr-illy affected by Ihe speculative break-down In certain Canadian market.??. It was the serenity wllh which this break was rgemded and It? failure to Induro nny further liquida? tion In the market which Imnroened ?ho bears with the advisability of protecting their position by covering their abort commitments. During the last hour ot the trading Iho demand from this source became somewhat, urgent, and Ht. Paul and Missouri Paci...

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. — 3 June 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller _ Rhoads. White Dress Goods For Summer, Wo sold more "White Cotton Dress Fabrics on Monday and Tues? day than in any other two days in our history. "Why? Because wo have what people want aud at prices to suit. FANCY STRIPE PIQUE. 2" Inches wlfle, open work. 10c., FINK STRIPE AlAURAS. 10c, 83 inches -wide. In plain and fancy -weaves. FINE PERSIAN LAWN. 25c. 41 Inches wide. ???1?? LAWN, lS'l-Se., 40 Inches wide, extra fino and ver}- sheer, SEA ISLAND HATISTE. 19 1-2?,, ?o Inches wide, a superb quality. CANNON CLOTH. 12 l-2c, Se Inches witlo, linen finish, shrunk. Remember The June Sale of Muslin Underwear. Our Salespeople aro as busy as bees in the Muslin Underwear Store because Bichrnond folks long ago found out that this store is the place to get- the best in Musliu Underwear. It's proven by tho generous ?espouse to our advertisements. fl.SO, Skirt of fine cambric, um? brella ruffle of fine lnwn. trimmed with tucks, dust ruffle. A dainty drop skirt for thin d...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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