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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 June 1903

'tf?M?A ?????? ? I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,260. RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, JUNE 0, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SM?RY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. .Tune 6.?Forecast for BatufdaV nnd Rund.iv: Virginia?I'artly cloudy Saturday ; show? ers In southern portion; Sunday fnlr; warmer lu tlio Interior; light east winds. North Carolina.?Showers .Saturday; ?un diiv ffilr; warmer In tho Interior; light PO?thea?t to south winds. Conlous (shower.*? took the Wentlier Bu? reau by surprise yesterday^ und lowered the temperature materially and accept? ably. 'Ubero mny be n repetition of the ?programme to-day, with fair weather to? morrow. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. ft A, M. 71 12 ?M. .0 .1 P. M. 72 6 P. ?M. 70 ? P. M. 70 12 midnight . W Av?ra?,?? .?... 701-2 Highest temp?rature yesterday. 74 l.owest ternberaturo yesterday.w Mean temperature yet onlay... 70 Normal temperature for .lune.7."? l)"liiirturo from normal lempernturn... ?"> Precipitation durlnr*. past 21 hours.58 MINIATURE! ??.?????. .luno ii, ...

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. — 6 June 1903

Into custody nt thn Postofllce U-pnrt ment shortly before tho close' of office hours. Upton asked to be taken before a commissioner nt Baltimore, because of Ms wide acquaintance there nnd better opportunity for securing hall. Accord? ingly h?S wns taken to that city shortly nfle'r ? ?.'clock Ibis evening. McGreeor was taken to tho ofllce of United States | Commissioner Taylor. The Inspectors say that to-day they Completed the evidence they wanted be? foro taking decisive action. Postal oi!? ilils, after tbe arrests, would not pay Whether their Investigations 111 anywise Implicated Mr. Machen, who was general ?superintendent of the system while ?bo nlieco-? transactions occurro?!, in the present matter, TURNED ON WATER Youthful Experimenters With Fire Plugs Annoy Ihe Police. Tlio police have been annoyed for sev? eral days by the act of hoys In turning on a fire plug full force and l?ttine ft run. On Thursday night some of these half-grown youths devised a wrench to fit the octagon t...

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. — 6 June 1903

ROOSEVELT NOT IN IT What Was Said of His Chance of Carrying Virginia. THE ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION Plan for Advertising Virginia's Great Mineral Wealth Has Fallen Through. Views of Times-Dispatch Endorsed. The Tlmes-Dlspatch Bureau, No. 1417 O Street, N. AV?. Washington, D. C, June 5th. colonel ?Campbell Hlemp and State Chair? man Agnew are at' tho Raleigh to-day comparing notes on tho political situation In Virginia. The Tlmes-Dlspatch corre? spondent was talking .with them when Colonel Slomp mode the statement that Roosevelt would carry Virginia In 10UI. An old gentleman was sitting by and heard tho remark. "yes," said he, "Roosevelt will stand ns much chance of carrying Virginia ns 1 stand of going to heaven,In a hand basketl" Mr. Agnew said that If the Democrats nominated Cleveland, Roosevelt would be as sure to carry the State as he Is to tomo homo to-morrow. Ho then talked about tho political future of Virginia. He bays that the Mann liquor bill Is going to be a boomerang to those...

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. — 6 June 1903

The Times-Dispatch "Published Daily nnd Weekly at No. ?J North Tenth Street, Richmond, V?. Entered January 27, 1003, at Richmond, Va?, as Second? Clase Mat!?r, -under Act of Congress of March S, 1870? The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH ?s ?old nt 2 cents a ropv. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ?old nt ? rents ? eopv. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail? 50 rent?, ? month; $G..?? a ye-tr, $2.fi0 for six months; S1.?0 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall F2.00 ? venr. The DATLY TIMES-DISPATCH. In citidihg Sunday, in Richmond nnd Man? chester, by carrier, 12 cents per week, or 60 cents per monili. ? The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, /> renis per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, ?1.00 year. All ?ns.?-ned Communicntlons will be rejected. Rejected Commiinfent.ons will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. BIO East Brond Street. SATURDAY, .TUNE 6, 1903. From Juno 1st tho price of Tho Times Dispatch, delivered by cnrrlor within the sorpornte limit...

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. — 6 June 1903

POUR OIL ON WATERS Colonel Slemp to Harmonize Republican Factions. HARMONY THE ONLY HOPE Treasury Department Statistics Show Big Decrease in Number of Hogs Received at Various Stockyards. Postal Changos Made. The Tlmes-Dlspatch Bureau, No. 1417 G Btreet, N, W?, Washington, D. C, June 6th. ?ns stated in this correspondence yestor ?ay, tho meeting of the Republican Statu Committee will not bo held until Juno t3ii or ?6th. The second postponement Is made advisable by the fact that tho "United States Court Is In session In the ?aateru District of Virginia, which would prevent many of th??- members of the coiiimltteo from attending. Congressman Hletnp is going to be present and Ih going to try to pour oil ?in the troubled wateis In tho political situutlon In Hlchmond. He ?ays that family quarrels won't do, und that tho Republicans of Hlchmond must get together arid then dwell to? gether In, peace and harmony. Ho Bays that the only hopo of the Hopubllcan party In Virginia. Is that they st...

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. — 6 June 1903

NEWMARKET FOR TRUCK Norfolk Shipping Great Quan? tities of Cabbage West. MANY CARS IN DEMAND Republicans of Norfolk to Put Up Can? didates?Marine Engineers' Strike Continues and Old Dominion Boats Are Tied Up. (Special to Ttib Tlme-s-DI-ipotch.) NORFOLK, VA., Juno 5.?For the first time In the hsitory of tho truck shipping industry large quantities of truckyare go? ing to the Western cities from here. The shipments of cabbage prevail now. There has boen an average shipment of twenty carloads In refrigerator cars for ton days. There aro 200 barrels to the car, so that these shipments take away nn average of 4,000 barrels a day to the cities ot Chi? cago, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo and Detroit. This new territory, opened to the truckers hero chlelly by tho Chesa peako and Ohio Kallroad, relieves any congestion that might occur In the East? ern markets, and at tho same time brings higher prices for tho produce. Thus, while the dally shipment of cab? bages to New York and Boston ls r...

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. — 6 June 1903

COMPULSORY EDUGAT?OM Macon County Votes for This System of Teaching. 2D COUNTY TO ADOPT IT Retail Grocers to Organize a State As? sociation?The American Dispatch Telegraph Company?Lit? erary Society. (Special to The 'Tlmes-Dlspatch.) RALEIGH. N. C? June B.-Newn wns received by tho Stale Superintendent of Public Instruction that Macon county has voted compulsory education for the whole county. This in tho ec-cond county to adopt this system In the State, Mitchell county having procured compulsory edu? cation by legislative enactment last Feb? ruary. Tho Murshvlllo Telephone Company, of Union county, wns chartered, with JIO.OOO capitili, ?. ?. Leo being the principal ill corporator. A convention nf the Retail Grocers' Associations of this State will meet here June 8th and 9th to organize the North Carolina Stato Retull Grocers' Associa? tion. NEW TELEGRAPH COMPANY. The American Dispatch Telegraph Com? pnny. or Raleigh, was chartered to-dny. Jemes A. Edgerton, Raleigh; George H. 1??? u...

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. — 6 June 1903

SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. AV ACCOMPLISHED* T.ADTf~iin-a ?lei-ant Musl? Han or Ions ptperlence will tench for lier l-i?rrl Id som*. i>l.-nienf>t Virginia ffimllv during snminir. Artdrew VIKOINIAN. ?SS I'enchtrco BlM'i't. Atlanta. Uu. ?WANTED, a r*?p?ot?bl? whlto GIRL to do fteii dill hrmae v..ik; work light: only three In family; freed horn?, for Hi?? riebt person. En? close *r?vid references nnd address S. 0, ??.? TOPH, Stnnrt, Vn. ?A T.ADY, who will Ve out of emplovment about th? 101b of Jill?? wishes ? hrnnp In some ?mall family to ns-l-l In honsekfoplnc. or lim lid take charco ?if a wli,.mer*< or bscli?lor'a nomo und enilesrot to pit??, aatlufnctlon. Address W. r. lt.. Brandon Itbte?, Mule city, Vn. HELP WANTED?MALE. LABORERS WANTED. On?, fimt-olaa? railroad rindo 1-OUKMAX fit .?7G. por monili. Who ran hrlnir with Mm 2? firsl-i-lass practical crade laborera nt .?1.G.0 p?.r dnv. ,1. W. DAWSON? non. Mer.. Kolli s G?-,.??; ami Northwestern 111?., IVdnr Grot*, Knnawha t???.,...

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. — 6 June 1903

FIELD DAY FOOEARS The Prices Sold Off Heavily During Early Hours. LATE SCRAMBLE TO COVER Final Rally Wiped Out Many of Early Losses and Some Slocks Showed Fractional Gains for the Day. Bonds Were Weak. (By Associated Pros!*.') ,?? i<BW YORK. Juno 5,-Tho boars lind ? Held day on the Stock B5tcllftl.Be to? day, und tho professional operators Fold, ?stocka with nudi enthusiasm that thoy found thcmselvos potnewhat over-extend? ed toward-i the close, and had Horriethlns Of a scramblo to get back what BtpejtH thev sold to cover their short nales. The turbulent and excited market ??'??? rise t? many rumors ot all de?reoa of crcdl blltv. These nil pointed to dlsantor dur? ili?? the early part of tbo day, while the prevailing sentiment quickly i-i.irte.i ? a niaiiiiM* very* characteristic of thu stock inuriiet. to oxcoedlnKly roseuto vlo.v.i wnen prices turned upwards In tho final hour. '???? final rally mado clear that Hits pr?i ?CHsloiiHl raiding taCtlce played ?n Im? portant part in th...

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. — 6 June 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. DRESS-ROBES ?AT? VERY LOW PRICES. Silk Pongees, Voiles and Embroidered Linens at nearly one-half iess than their original prices?a Voile Robe for example that sold for ??1^0 is now ?19.00. ?^,??: dress ?makers services are hardly needed to finish them, so near complete are they, but we can do what little work is necessary at a very moderate cost in our workrooms. "We place on sale this morning 2S0 Twenty-six inch Um? brellas, $1.00 each, and Guaranteed for ono year. GLOVE NEWS. Two-daap Lisle Gloves, In summer colors, mode and gray, 80 and ??. pair. Better Gloves for the money, either, 'twould be hard to Und. Black Silk. Glovee?two-clasp, BOo. the pair, or Keyeer'a 12-butten silk Gloves, same jsrlce?eoo. We've never ?wen the superior of these Qlovee In a black silk at thle prloo. Some Good Valuers in Sum" mer Hosiery. We have five different patterns In Allover Lace Lisle Hose for ladles at U*c. a pair, that are Identically the same as the ?stock...

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. — 7 June 1903

THREE SECTIONS. EDITORIAL SECTION. ??rfM-M-'.-M.&lSt I WHOLE NUMBER, 16.261. RICHMOND, VA? SUNDAY, .TUNE 7,1003. PRICE FIVE CENTS. GREEK FIELDS OF VIRGINIA Elegant Hotels. Charmingly Situated Affording Magnificent Views on All Sides; picturesque Drives Through Wildwood and Forest. THE INTERMOINT. COVINGTON, YA? This hotel Is situated at Cov?ngt?n, Va., in the heart of the A?eghany Moun? tains, 1,150 feet above the sea level, on the line of tho Chesapeake and Ohio Rail? road, amid scenes of wondrous beauty. In the famed spring region of the Vir? ginias. There are fourteen hundred feet of broad verandas overlooking a beautiful lawn of two acre?, covered with magni? ficent shrubbery and costly flowers. A tennis court, golf grounds, walking, rid? ing, driving, rowing, hunting and Ashing, afford to the actively Inclined healthful anil delightful recreation. ?? excellent orchestra will provide music for the guests during the summer ??.i-son. Lancing every night. THE ALLEGEANT, GOSHEN....

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. — 7 June 1903

reunion of thegIys Their Anniversary at West Point on July 12th. THEIR SPLENDID RECORD ?n War and in Peace They Have Always Been Foremost?Sketch of tho Company's Present Officers. The rtlcTimond Grays, in military pir lancc known a.? Company A, Seventieth Regiment Infantry, Virginia Volunteer.'?, who will celebrate their fifty-ninth anni? versary ?it West Point ??? Friday. Juno IS, 1P03. Is one of the oldest militari* or pevnlr.nliens in Virginia and Its history In war and in peace has b?en one that has Justly made many hundred men proud of having been in It's nmlts, for it has always beiti a body whose quiek and cheerful responso ti th? call of duly on every occasion 1ms won th?* ndmii.itlnn and respeot of those who nro familiar with Ils soldiery bearing and notable achievements. It wns on January C!>, 1844, at militari' hall, on the site of which now? stands the First Mnrket, Hint th?' martini WWld gave birth to ru?-!i n. nobl? hndy wbmir Hfirafseworthy oonduct Inns many times ...

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. — 7 June 1903

BUSY DAYS AT BLACKSTONE Commencements This Week Are the Fashion. PRIMARY OR CONVENTION The Democrats of Nottoway Are Di? vided ns to How to Nominate Can? didates?The Work of Rebuild? ing Being Rapidly Rushed. ? .Speda I to Tin? Times-Dlspatch.l BLACKSTONlfl, VA., .lune il.?This boa ?been a week of commencements with the people of thin place ami section, as b?? twten the malo schools and tlio female eohouls ?very ono hits been kept con Htnntly on tho go with only two ?lays In tt?rvonlng to ?itch a broathlng spell, and It Is not over yot. Tho ninth annual commencement exct? cImis of Ho??? Academy began with ilio baccalaureate sermon on Sunday worn lug and closed with til?; /iwar.lliig ?if dis? tinctions, ribbons, medals and diplomas cm Tuesday, giving throe ?laye full of In? terest to ili?, studente, patrone and friends p? that school, BACCA LAUItliATK BI5RMON. Tim opening exercises wero birgun In the iu*iv I'ri'.'il.yterlilii Church on Sunday morning with the commencement sermon |>...

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. — 7 June 1903

The Times-Pispatch "Publish?*??. ?ftir**** nnel W?ettty nt Ko. ?I North Tenth Street, Kiclunond, Va. untere?! .Tnnunry 27, 1P03, nt Richmond, Va., ns Second Cines Matter, tinder Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH in Bold nt 2 eente ? mpv. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ?old nt ? cents ? ropv. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall? *?0 cents ? month; $fi.0? ? year, $2\?0 for six months? $1.,"0 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH hy mall f?.Of) .1 vp;,r. Th? DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, lit? eluditi?*: Kiiiiel.iy. in liieliinond and Mnn ehester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, or CO cents per ninniti. Tha SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, ? oeufs per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, S?.00 yenr. All Unsigned Communications will be tejerte?!. Reject cd Communient Inns will not tie returned unioni accompanied by stamps. Uptown Olllco nt T. A. Miller's, No. filo Enst Broad Street. SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1903. From June 1st tlio price of Tho Tlmes lifepntch. delivered l>y carrier wit...

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. — 7 June 1903

Wh?J: Wa/ Done Last Week In Thij* Great World of Outs. Sndusiriai. miXADELPI?IA TEXTILE STRIKE. I3y Tuesday more than 90.000 workers In the 50*) textile mills of Philadelphia hnd Folned the strike which be/in the latter bart of last week In favor eef a flfty-flvo &our week and a ten per cent. Increase of ?vages for three clnsnes of labor. Tho present working schedule Is sixty hours j. week. Tha contention of the manufne furere In opposing this demand was that thoy could not compete with New Eng? land nnd tho South. The union leaflers replied that this argument hnd little np? pllontlon, because most of the workers arer? on the piece plnn and were willing (o take proportionately less wages. They liso say that In the carpet and upholstery trades there ls little outside comp?tition, rhev explained that wage IncreVes ot thn fast three years were partial restorations |)f rdeuctions In 1893, nnd that the present average Is loss than Jl a day. A few of [he mills granted tho demands of t...

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. — 7 June 1903

The month orf June lias arrived and the roses have come In Its wake. June, by preference of brides, has long held lmportnnt rank In the social calen? dar. Its preis? hns been sung by the poete. Burns declaring: "O. my luve's like a red, rod rose That's newly sprung in Juno." And James Russell Lowell being the author of the now famous lines: !*What Is so rare as a day in June! Then. If over come perfect days; Then Hfcrwon tries the earth If It bo In tUlKV And over It softly her warm ear lays." Juno marks the delightful intermediate link In Richmond between spring nnel summer. Tho rush of tho season Is past and gone, but the pleasant aftermath of weddings, lawn parties, country club re? ceptions and luncheons furnishes a round of enjoyment for the ratlonally-mlnded contingent, who continue to enjoy June In the? city. The roso is essentially tho flower of the.month as It has always been the flower of poetry, passion and romance. In ??vldenco Nathaniel P. Willis writes. quaintly: "It Is...

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. — 7 June 1903

SOCIAL NOTES OF NORFOLK How the Society People Are Amusing Themselves There LUNCHEONS AND TEAS Occasionally There Is a Reception and Two or Three House Parties Are Reported?Comings and Goings of Well-Known People. (Special to The Tlnies-Dlspatch.) NCHIFODK. VA., June ?.-Mrs. Harry Aloe was hostess at luncheon Tuesday at her home, In Ghent, complimentary to MIrs Mary Bell White. The table wae de<iorated with white eweet peas and covers wero laid for eight. Mrs. Rice's irueete wore Mrs. J. Lelghton Hubard, ?Mr?. Burruss Corprew, Miss White, Miss Mariun Wilkinson, Mies Ella King, Miss Nellie Tucker and Miss Ruby Reld. The citizen? of the Old North Bute "will bo pleased to learn that their rep? resentatives at the United Confederato Veterans, In New Orleans, were so roy? ally entertained. They -were the guests of honor at several private luncheons' and dinners. Among them was a lunch? eon given by Mr. Preston at the Pick? wick Club. HIb guests were Miss Addle IBure, of Norfolk; Misse...

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. — 7 June 1903

'Varletv Is the spice of life," and in no walk of life Is this more Incontrovort Iblv true than In tlio amusement world. The taste of theatre-goers seems to un? dergo a general change every few veals nnd the entertainment of to-day differs altogether from that of yesterday. As In everything else, however, public taste In the matter of amusements, seems to move In cycles. One season tho reman? tic drama seems t? hold first iliaco, the next,? melodramatic offerings may no most In favor, while from time to time the classical drama hns Its vogue, and musically tha mead of appreciation goes out from grand opera to that most com? mon features of tho amusement offer? ings of the moment?mnsle.nl comedy. In conducting a stock company season It Is. or should be, the object of tho man? ager to appeal to every kind of tasto by presenting every kind of play, with, nf course, certain restrictions. The audiences that attend the performances given by a stock compnny would doubtless soon tire of any...

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. — 7 June 1903

LUMBER MILLS AND CAHPS OF THE FIVE CAMP BROTHERS Have Made Fortunes in Log? ging and Lumber Business. REMARKABLE QUINTETTE Employ Hundreds of Men in Three States and Run One ofthe Largest Plants of the Kind In the World. (BiK-clnl to The Tlmen-Ptnpatcb.] FRANKBIN, SOUTHAMPTON CO., ??-, June 6.?"Tho Camps and tlio rest ?jf mankind." That Is the way tho people of thia end of Virginia and North Carni tina speak Of the family of Ilvo brothers who op?>rate a number of, lumber mills in this section. The family hau grown In linportnnoo in the last twenty years by reason of the extension of operations In tlie pino woods of Virginia and Carolina, ?mill the name Is a household word, and the Camp Manufacturing Company 13 as Moll known as tho names of couutles, towns and rivers. I went to Franklin to see the great parent plant of tho Camps, to witness the Clgantlo operations In lumber which are furnishing employment to so many.men In milts, on steamboats, on rallro.Mli*>, In lumber camps....

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. — 7 June 1903

SHOCKOE'S BIG EVENT Grand Officers to Be Present Tuesday Evening. BANQUET TO BE SERVED I'rctty Inititory Rite Will Be Gono Through With?-One of tlie Most In? teresting Occasions in Many Months. Who has not heard of "Shockoe, No, Ri?"?" Her namo Is not only a household wurd throughput the broad domain of Arcanumlsm, but this progressive Coun? cil is well known to the general public by its great activity, ite constantly In? creasing roll e>f members, good and true, nnel by the ever-present wonder It excites as to "whnt it will do next!" The M.*i Honlc Temple Is getting to be too ?mall by comparison with the elnlly Increasing ros? ter, nnd a committee la now hard at work prosecuting ? vlgror?bs quest for more commodious quarters, nnd yet such ns will be In keeping with the dignity of the Council. EVENT TUESDAY NIGHT. At a largely attended regular meeting' last night arrangements wero mnde for an event, next Tuesday night, nt a special meeting1, which probably Is without parallel In ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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