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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 4 June 1903

'?-$- sii-?' wmm- "?S AVA 6WKB I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,258. KICILMOXD, VA., ?HUllSDAY, JIJ^K ?*-, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMADY OF ?ftY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, .lune S.?Forecast for Timi.???ti.?!?,? and Friday: Virginia?Fair Thursday and Friday; lU'lii winds, mostly coat. North I'arollnii- -l'nrtly Cloudy Thursday end Frldnj ; Ughi lo /reell oast ?vitids, During ? portion of yesterday the ther? mometer iosa? to summer heal ligniti, but nftt-r nightfall the wentlie?? fit?plu bc ramo tiiiitn chilly. Fair weather I? pre? dicted for to-day with no considerable changa in temperature STATE OF Till. TIlEl-MOMB-fflli. !> A. ,\I.W 13 M. 76 ?1 lJ- M.78 G G M 1-! nib Averngo . 71 Highest temperature yesterday. 7? laowest temperature yesterday.63 Mean temperature yesterday. f.?; Normal temperature for Juno.7.*, Departure from normal temperature.; (ill I'reclpltntlmi during piist 21 hours.CJ MINIATURE ALMANAC. .Itine 4, 130,1. Pun rlres.4:?1 | IIIOII TIDE. Pun sets.7:_", ? Morning. Moon s...

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. — 4 June 1903

????t aroiit to speak. ?* stood in front ef ?he main altar facing the delegate. H? Mid: "Tour Excellency. ? Language can farcely express how singularly honored feel to-night In welcoming . our Ex ?ellencv Into our mld't. Welcome, both tn my* own name and In that of my ciergv, than which none Is more de? voted to the Interests of Q'od nnd His divinely-established church. "Proud Indeed, are we to have Your ?Excellency with us to-night, not only because of your eminent talents, your ?rofond learning, nnd your many virtues, ut also because you come to U_ ns the honored apostolic delegate of the greatest ef living men. Tie aro happy to lay ? t vour feet the testimonial of our obe ?llenoe and loyalty to tlio vicar of Christ, the Illustrious Pontiff, Leo MIL. whom the Whole world honors and revers. "Truly. Tour Excellency, do my clergy ?nd people fee] that the great event at which you are so graciously to orriciate will mark a new and glorious epoch of progress for Catholicity In Virginia....

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. — 4 June 1903

lilil? 1?.1I .emin^ioa Typewriters are used for instruction purposes in the schools of the United States and Canada ? over 2,200 more than all other makes of writing machines combined* This condition is created by the demand for Rem? ington operators; there? fore it clearly reflects the choice of the business world* REMINGTON TYPEWRITER COMPA ? 327 Broadway, New York 706 EAST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA. MR. GR?NGAN But Board Justifies Action o President Hulzler. The Investigation of tho official con? duct and fitness of Superintendent Crin Kan, of the Laurel Reformatory, for Unit position, came to a close last night iil'tcr (be eighth lung session held by the Board of Directors. Several formal conclusions wore reached, chief of which was tbat tho board saw no reason why the pr?si? dent should not have made tbe report, believing as ho did. and therefore ordered It to bo filed. At tlie end of Ihe meeting last night a report to the Prison Association, ap? pended here, was adopted: "Your...

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. — 4 June 1903

The Times-Dispatch ?Published Daily nnd Weekly nt No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1003, nt Richmond, Vn., as Second Class Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is liold nt, 2 cents a copv. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH if lold at. fi cents a copv. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail? BO cent* ? month: $...00 a year, S_.fi0 for ilx months; $1.?0 for three Month-, SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH hy mail $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. In? cluding Sunday, in niellinomi nnd Man? chester, hy Carrier, 12 cents per week, or 60 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, fi rents per week. Tho WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied hy stamps. Uptown Ofllce nt T. A. Miller's, No. 610 East Rroud Stroet. THURSDAY. JUNE 4, 1S08. Kroni Juno let the price of The Times-, Dispatch, delivered by carrier within tho corporate limita of ...

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. — 4 June 1903

Richmond Chapter Voiceless on University Presidency. CONFIDENCE IN THE BOARD Lauds Action of Visitors in Placing Sal? ary of presidency nt Figure Worthy an Able Educator and tho High Posilion- Large Attendance The Rl.diinoud Chapter of Alumni of tbo University uf Virginia decided yester? day afternoon not to recommend to the Board of Visitors any one for thn presi? dency of the Institution, expressing by rt solution entire confidence In the board nnd offering It tho aid of the chapter In any way possible. Tho attendance was the largest for a long time. Many of tbo best known men In Richmond were present, and they met nt G?.-?? sharp in ?ho audience room of the Phnmber of Commerce, But they were In session hardly moro than fifteen minutes, Mr. Wyiiflhatn It. Meredith offered re? lutimi!?, printed here, which were adopted without discussion or opposition: B? 11 resolved: 1. That nt Oils Its first mooting hIiicp the enactment of the law creating the office 0f president of ihe Universit...

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. — 4 June 1903

COMPLAIT OF MR. BARK Thought Portsmouth Fire De? partment Dilatory. HE IS SHARPLY CRITICISED An Interesting Suit Brought?Woman Who Was Struck With a Lamp, Dead?Nevada's Guns Tested, Preacher Sues Bank, (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) NORFOLK, VA.. June S.?The corre? spondence between J. M. Barr, vice-pres? ident and general manager of the Sea? board Air Line Railway, and Mayor J. Thompson -laird on the recent lire at the Seaboard Air I.lne shops has been sent to the Portsmouth City Council. Mr. Barr complained that proper energy was not used by the Uro department In re? sponding to the alarm for assistance, claiming that the fire could havo been confined to tho building In which It started. The tone of the correspondence was not received with favor by the mem? bers of the Council. Mr. Hutchlns stated that he knew tho chief of the department, used all possible dispRtch in getting the apparatus on the scene, and ln his opin? ion the great fault was with the railroad company In not ha...

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. — 4 June 1903

WAS GIVEN HIS FREEDOM Ernest Haywood Released on a Bond of S 10.000. WAS APPLAUSE IN COURT Accused at Once Left for Homo of His Aged Mother?Six Are Granted Bail?-A Bank is Char? tered. (Hpoclnl tn Tbe Tlmca-Dlspatcb.) RALEIGH, N. C, Juno 3.?Ernest Hay? wood was released to-day undor $10,000 bond for his appearance at tho July term of Wake Superior Court for the killing of Ludlow Skinner February 21st. The rul? ing of Justices Douglas and Walker, of 1ho Supremo Court, granting ball was road by Judgo DoughiB at noon beforo an Im? mense audience, nnd within thirty mln , Utes the bond was mado up and approved and Haywood was a fro'o man, being driven In a carriage to tho home of his aged mother on Newborn Avenue ln com? pany with his three brothers, who were with him In court throughout the habeas corpus hearing. Tho bondsmen nro ?. W. Haywood. William Saunders, H. E. Lttch iord. J. F. Ferrali. W. Z. Blake, Edgar Haywood, Dr. F. J. Hnywood and C. T. ?Balloy, each of whom qualified as be...

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. — 4 June 1903

HELP WANTED?FEMALE. ?. . COPY LKTTERB at homi: ??-. paid weekly. P*ntt ?tnini.od ??t????? for sample letter. VERIT-AN CO., ?4 furV Row, New Ynrlt. WANTED, a COOK. Apply tit Dr. P.. A. PAT TERSON'fl rpaldenca? on AVtaMhampton Ptirk Rieclrle Railway. situ?t i?n s "Wan f _&?f ? ma L'i. AV ACCOMPLISHED LADY ?nd elegant Musi? cititi of lune OTpprli nit> will tenon, for lier twtirrl In nom? plonsntit Virgin!? famllv duriti?, ?ti-tniiT. Artdrewi A'lllGlMAN. .2S l'eaolitrep Slreot. Atlnnlft, 0?. A LADY, who will he out of employment ?bout the loth nf July wishes ? linnie In some snmll family to tifslut Ir. hniwekporilnK. or would tulli? elianto of a widower's or ?aohelor'a hnnie hnd ondonvor So Rlro tantlsfnotliin. Address W. 0, It, nnindon Hotol. nnsie City. Vn. WANTED, hy a graduate of Hollina Institute, Vn.. a p-'altlon to tono.h; I? prepared to do hid. .rndo w rk In Lntln. French, Mnthenin tle? nnd Rn&llah, or would tnko mort? flem?n tnry work In tin? usuri ?nullah branches; ...

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. — 4 June 1903

?ut There Was Recession -and Net Losses Rule. RECOVERY WAS EFFECTED Many Gains Followed Bidding Up of Prices, taut on Profit Taking in the Last Hour These Melted Away. (By Associated Pros?.) ,iT/W YORK. June 3.?Tho recovery again 16-day by tin; BtOCk market from an opining depression end tlio disregard of some of the bad news ol tlie day t-ciii ed to givo a fresh demonstration Unit a ulablo basis of prices liad been reached, and, after midday, tho price lovrl was lined ?nilto BirbstaiiUally. Bui when tlio professional operators eommene?d to tait?? th'-lr profits ??? the last hour of the ses-? ?Ion the rjiiln* moltnl ?? way In short cir?lor. and last prices generally hIioiv not losses. The opening set-back Was due to the reported threat of a Htriko by Ilio aii'lin'clt.. coal minore unless tire ro? una I of tho operators to accept tlio miners' representatives on the Concilia?* thin Board siiouiri be rescinded. The re? sultili? decline in price:?- reached a point or over not nnlv for s...

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. — 4 June 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. WOMEN'S SUMMER SHIRT WAISTS. Lawn, Linen or Silk?.nil now this suminor, vory stylish and just as low priced as it's possible to get good garments. good quality and the Waist very neatly tucked and finished in largo Four styles of White Lnwn at iM.oo? two with embroidery and two others lifiitly tuekeil, Four styles nt $1.BO?White Lawn made with neat embroidery or tucks and hemstitching, Well trinile Linen Waists for 91.01). Tucked and hemstitched. One o? tlio best Waists at it's price that avo havo is a Black or White UnlinedJap. Silk garment. Tho Silk is of an exceptionally pearl buttons?$2.48. Llght-welcht Embroidered Linen Waist for ?"'-.ns. We think, consid? ering the embroidery and material that It's a splendid value. ?nllned Pongee Silk Waists, thnt are Just what you need at this lime are Sf?.l>8, ??G>0- nini $7.1,3. The price differences ?re largely mat? ters of trimming?, PRETTY WHITE MATERIALS FOR SUMMER DRESSES. Just how pretty they a...

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. — 5 June 1903

?-M ?d?-d1 [?. I WHOLE NUMBER. 16,25?. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY", JUNE 5, 190.3. PRICE TWO CENTS mmmv? of davs news THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, June 4.-Forecast for Friday ?and Saturday: Virginia?Partly cloudy Friday; light past 10 southeast winds. Saturdnv fair. North Carolina?Showers Friday. Sat? urday fair nnd warmer in west, showers In cist portion; light to fresh east winds. Portions nf yesterday were decidedly warm, nnd the change was considerably felt. Lnst night the mercury remained ? bove 70 degrees, a l?roat contrast to the previous nlulit: 11 will ho partly cloudy to-day and fair to-morrow. STATE OF THE* THERMOMETER. ? ?. M. 72 12 M.,... 79 ? P. M. 83 C P. M. Ri P P. M. 75 12 midnight .72 Hiebest temperature yesterday. R3 laowcst temperature yesterday. M Mean temperature yesterday. a* Normal temperature for June. 76 Departiire from normnl temperature, ff7 Precipitation during past Ul hours... 00 MINIATURE .ALMANAC, June. ?, 1903, Bun rises.LR1 I high tide. Run sets.7:2.1 1 Morn...

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. — 5 June 1903

r?e these crumb!? of sione still in the pos ?ppslon of those who own them?Invaiti ?ble trophies of the#_ny. By al!. In fact, the occasion will he remembered ns one fitted 1o Inspire the Catholic of devout mind. In dnys to come the laying of the corner-stone of the great Cathedral will Kt-nd forth es one of the brightest in the historv of the Diocese ni Virginia. THE EXERCISES BEGIN. The exercises began about 4 o'clock ln lh?> afternoon. Previous to this hour the r?tholic men of tho city, to the number Bt about a thousand, a great many of lhem representing the various societies, rnlhered In the basement of the Sacred Heart Church, there forming thn proces? sion above referred to. At this place also they were joined by the clergy and the altar boys, nnd the entire body marched down Floyd Avenue 1o Cherry Street, thence to Pnrk Avenue 1o the res? idence of Judge Witt, where It was re? foimed as described. From there the pa? rade marched to liie site nf the Cathedral and mounted the ...

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. — 5 June 1903

MAY AVERT THE STRIKE _,-? Organizer Orr Hoping to Solve ?Sir ,ct-Car Tangle. iVlEN WILL MEET TO-NIGHT Company Yesterday Firmly Daclincd to Recedo from the Position As? sumed by it?Officers Are to Be Elected, ?'I have not given up hope of a satis? factory agreement yet,*' said Mr. Bezln Orr, secretary-treasurer of the Interna? tional Association of Street Railway Employes, In talking with a reporter for Tbe Tlmes-Dlspatch concerning the re? fusal of* tho Virginia Passenger and Power Company to recede from theli rosltlon ln the negotiation* between the company and tho men, looking to the odoptlon of a general Agreement, ?lust what would be tho solution and What hin hopes were based on. however, Mr. Orr did not state, asking to be ex? cused. He expressed the view thnt no further action would bo tnkeji until after tbe meeting or the division fo-nlght. He had no idea what, the action would be, but still held out hope that a satisfactory (solution might yet be^roached. He was not an advoc...

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. — 5 June 1903

The Times-Dispatch Published Dnlly and Weekly nt No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Vfu Entered January 27, 1003, nt Richmond, Va., ns Second Class Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is Bold at 2 cents a copv. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is Bold nt S cents a copv. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH hy mail? ?0 cents a month ; $5.00 a year, $2.50 for six months; $1.??0 For three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail 52.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in cludinrjf Sunday, in Richmond and Man? chester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, or CO cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, hy Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 yenr. All Unsir-ned Communications will bo rejected. Rejoelcd Communications will not bo returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Ofllco nt T. A. Miller's, No. (519 East Brond Street. ? FRIDAY, JUNE B, 1D03. From Juno 1st tho price of Tho Tlmes Dlspatch, delivered by carrier within tho oorporato limits of Richmond...

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. — 5 June 1903

GIFFEN CO. RETURNS Will Be the Attraction at the Bijou Next Week. THE OPENING POSTPONED Manager Wells Deferred the Big Sum? mer Event in Face of a Street-Car Strike that Seemed to Be Impending. Manager Wells and Manager GIffen have arranged to spring a surprise on the playgoers of Richmond next week. Both hnve been very reticent as to tho attractions that will bo seen In tho two theatre?. Mr. GIffen did vouchsafe the Informa? tion tho other day that his dramatic Block company at the Academy would be seen In a very elaborale production of "Dairy Crockett," and the nnnounc ment sent a steady stream of purchasers to tho box-office. Manager Wells has been studiously quiet on tho other hand, nnd there have been rumors of great prepara? tions at the Casino. These preparations are a settled fact, nnd they nre on a very largo scalo, but the opening Is not yet. Lnst night Manager Woiln decided that It would be flying ln the fnec of provi? dence to open the Casino In tho teeth of a promised B...

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. — 5 June 1903

THE LOUDOUN HORSE SHOW A Splendid Array of Feminine and Equine Beauty. THE FIELD PERFORA1ANCES The Classes Were Well Filled and the Judging Continued Throughout the Day?Gentlemen's Roadsters Particularly Fine. (Specilli to The Tlmeii-Dl?pitch.) LEESBURG. VA., June 4.-The Horse nnd Colt Show Association of Loudoun countv concluded Its second annunl exhi? bition to-day with a programmo Unequal ed ln merit for Its ticld performances. The large crowd, estimated nt 8,000 peo? ple, were enthusiastic over Its favorite, and the number of people and entries for tho day far exceeded tha second day of last year. Twenty-three well filled classes were Fhown. nnd in each clnss the entries wero remarkably strong. The social features of the first day were enhanced, society, hand? somely gowned.drlvlng stylish equipages and beautfully caparisoned horses, was ? evdence. THE JUDGING. Tho Judging began ln the morning at 9:80 o'clock with tho heavy draft nnd four-ln-hand teams. Next came the park saddle...

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. — 5 June 1903

PEABODY SCHOLARS Seven Scholarships Offered to North Carolina. NEW CHARTERS GRANTED A Flagman Killed By Falling Under the Train?The Raleigh Tobacco Com? pany Elects Officef-?To In? crease Facilities. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) RALEIGH, N. C, Juno 4.-Notlce was received hy tho State Superintendent of 1'ubllo Instruotloii to-day that Norlh Car? olina can All seven vacant scholarships In the Penbody Normal College, at Nash? ville, Tenn.. this year. Applicants for these scholarships will be examined July ?eth nnd 17th at the respective county ?enis. Theso scholarships are for only one year, owing to tho unsettled ques? tion of the final disposition ot the Pea body fund. NEW CHARTERS. The Relhnven ice Company, of Bel liavcn, Beaufort county, was chartered to-day, with JIOO.OOO capital authorized find $14,000 subscribed, to do general Ice, cold storage and bottling business; also operate coastwise vessels. The Incorpora tors are C. H. Behro, W. E. Swindell, H. _}. Mayo, R. L. Bornle...

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. — 5 June 1903

SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE. AK ACCOMPLISHED LADY Mid elor??.nt Miisl eli.n o( l'ine exp?rience will tench for lier tmnrd In soni? plcnsnnt Virginia family during summer. Address VIRGINIAN, 4M Peai-hlreo Street. Atlanta. Oa. ? LADY, who ull! be eat of employment ?hont ???? ludi nf .Ini.?- ?rWio. ? hnim? In some snmll family to assi?! In tv-iiisek-c-plnc. or m?nM (?ko charge of n widower's or hnoholnr's homo unti ondenvor to givo antlsfnctlon. Address W. G. ?.. nmndon Hotol, Unite City. Vn. HELP WANTED--MALE. LABORERS WANTED. One. first-class railroad ??rado FOREMAN nl 57G. por month, ?vlin onn brine ?liti Urn STI firstolnst practical grndo laltorer? n( ?I..M1 por rtnv. .1. W. HA1VSON. Ceri. Mgr., Kelly?. Creek fimi Northwestern ?fly.. Otlnr Ornvc, Knnnwtm ro., W. Vn. A BOY a? sUncgTapher nnd office boy. Apply In onn hamln-rltln;:. giving ace, references finti salary rvpcrleil. to Box 41?. WANTED, pmrtirnl LAUNPRYMAN. who thor oughlr understands washing. Ironing unii ttirnlnc out (IrKlr...

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. — 5 June 1903

THE MARKET VERY WEAK ?Professional Operators Threw Over Tholr Holdings. FLURRY IN MONEY MARKET Dona's Were Irregular?Street Slocks Were Given Good Support ? Steel Stocks Closed Weak, Practically at Lowest of Day. (By associated Press) NEW YORK, Juno l.-Yestordny's re? action waa taken as a demonstration of the futility of the attempt made curlier in the day to put prices up and pio iesslonal operatori, this morning proceed? ed to throw over auch holdings an they h-d take(u on with expectation ot an up? ward turn of prices. There was not much In the nowa of the day having a beai Ing on values. The weakness of the market Increased as tho day progressed nini beforo (?? clone took on tlio appear? ance of forced liquidation which was ln evidence earlier In the week. A number of tho Canadian Btockfl show? ed a tendency to ?cover from th': ex? treme depression caused by the Canadian financial difficulties of Tuesday, but there waa nome apprehension that after ef? fects of those troubles wo...

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. — 5 June 1903

Miller ?S Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. Special Sale of Dress Robes or Semi-Made Dresses at Much Reduced Prices. SUIT DEP'T 2d FLOOR. TVe are offering special price inducements on Dress Robes this week. Thoy'ro called Semi-made Dresses, but that hardly espressos it fairly, as you'll scarcely need tho sen-ices of a dressmaker in finish? ing them. Voiles, Silk Pongees and Embroidered Linens in white and colors. Here's ? sample of the price reductions : Embroidered Linen Robes, $19.00, reduced from $29.00. Voile Robes, $19.00, reduced from $31.50. Silk Pongee Robes, $29.00, reduced from $45.00. li desired, we trill finish these dresses for you in our own work? rooms at a very moderate cost. *^<d>F<?>F<d*?>?5>?3><3>??^?^^ Socia/ and 1 ?Personal ? .s>F?*^?^???s?>-^'^'^<^^ The marriage of Mr. John Stewart Bryan and Mina Anne E. Tennant was polemnlzed yesterday afternoon at 4:30 ?-/clock ln Holy Trinity Church. Tho bridal party formed at the foot of the ai...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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