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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 August 1903

HELP WANTED-M-EMALE, HOUBEKEEPEH WANTED | t reipsotftbls white wocnaH, about 4J), to tnku chitl-fe of • kmatl hoim fy on« tn fkmllyi «cud homo to th« Hf lit pefton, AddrM* Dox 26, Vlrdltilft B^«rt. VANIiID, t, OOVEHNEBS tat two Illtjt firUi ngcd nliin mid olevan y'aarii mutt tfoch Milslcl nt ate BdUry 6tt>octcd, ettiorlcnc^ In teAeuln^ flnil Kite ttitvnuas. AJdrow Vi M.i Mt»l Hun, Va. 6ITUATIONB WANTKD— FEMALE. ' A tABY of MiMirl.nw dctlraa » pcsitlon to teach In public ocliooll or ptlt«t« fkmlly, limnil KhkllMi hriiiirtii!* HHd Mflthnnutlrl. Ad> nrum Mlhs XX., Amelia, VA. , \nniJ\ SEFIKED LADY desires position •• h<M**-«*B> er, or would earn for ati luyhlM, itf would llk« position In hotel to enta for lloon of p«BIry. Aililross It, if., Luutnburg, Vit. WAMIED, by an experienced tatohor, potttlon In n pMr*t« fnmllr an tcnchir or companion) <<'stlmoni»la »nd r«fera«rca fnrulahed. Ad<lrn«» X. Y. Z., A«bl»ud, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 August 1903

8 ' Miller 6 Rho&ch. | Miller & Rhonda. White Lawn Waists 50c. These Are Worth 75c. Others at 75c and $1.00 Worth Double. Wo Will offer to-dny throe lots of Sheor White Lawn Waists at decidedly low prices. At soc Sheer Lnwri Waists with lace effect yokes-worth 76c. At 75 c Fine W» WkliU easily worth $1.26 or more. At $1.00 Some Lawn Wnlsls worth from $1.60 to $2.00, Closing Out Prices on White Lawn and White Linen Suits, From throe and n half to six in good shape, aud that's the only dollars oil' tho price of an already reason we have for makiug such low priced White Lawn or White reductions on these Suits. Linen Suit means a great bargain $5.00 for a $8.50 Linen Suit. t 1 A , l-.it* if a nnr for the 85.98 for a $10.00 Lawn Suit, for soraobody— but it s not toi tno mm L^ gij . t storekeeper — except in this way — $10.00 for $10.00_Lawu or Linen that he clears up his summer stock Suits. i Soaal and \\ {Personal \\ Thousands of eyes, opera glasses and field gla...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

WOT S $M KBSBBB i&fc WHOLE NUMBER, , 16,325, THE ARMED GUARDS ON THE CARS Judge Wickham Makes a Strong Denial. HE NEVER ADVISED THEIR PRESENCE He Gives Out a Letter from Capt. A. B. Guigon. HENRICO'S AIR IS FULL OF CHARGES All Kinds Are Made, but Only One of Thorn is of a Serious Character. Different Views In Regard to the Clerkship— A Fierce Fight for the Office of County 1 reasurer. One of the chief features of the political compalfin that 1h now stirring Henrlco county to the depths Is the string of churfies brought by* opponents ngninut many of the prominent candidates, in one or two cases tho allegations aro decidedly Hfinsatloriul In their character, and when they ore mado In open meeting, ns now and then happens, they creato ltf> <-i*J of a stir. Among the Into developments In this connection is the Issuance by Judge T. Ashby Wlekham. candidate for the Housn of Delegates, of an address to tho people of the county making flat denial of cer- ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

2 «r*. will bo \«McA out. Itierfi s milch doubt. Boirta of thfl jinnter* Ililnit thn II Would be woll to nmko a survey or all tit TaopWd bollmtw found by tho cotntnltlPJ and open It to renters, us tho Sntliiß ground. milßltte of thn Rnylnr iUrvfiy am at prepc-nt. Put ono mini. Wild If opposed lo breaking the Hn.vlorsUr\clip nny particular, said to-day If It. Is decided to takt- si ibli nrtlon ho ihOUftnt It woulrt be to tho advantage nf. the Btnle to require iho .^nUnft "' ! U P.K Innd to bo mad> on application nnd bJ ipeclnl net of thfl LWl*lAlUM t ',lt IS the boU liv opinion thai thin method In fnr no euHiliefsoma. It \» though t Hml a wV6y will PilhPV be made of nil ,Uir Innd found to bo barren, and thnt It wll bo opened to milters ns other lands, nf limi It be rented on appllcntloii, and after ■urvcv made' by ilm Stutn ■ Hoard of l"lsherl(<9. The majority of the pin" «rs think that tho .niellmd nrst mentioned ■hould M %WJi"sti y . The protection of the Suit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

fAI POLITICS OF SOUTH SIDE A Lively Canvass In Amelia County. THE ALTERNATING PLAN The Annual Tournament of tho Black•tone Gun Club Has ah Attractive Prize List, With Many Entries. (Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlnpatch.) «LAOKfITONJ3, VA., August 22.—Reports reaching here from Amolla county aro to tho effect thnt politics aro more Uvely In thnt county, a« rognrds tho contest for tho Legislature, than fur somo tlmo, and that a Inrgo vole will bo polled on the day of tho primary, which will bo tho 29th of Soptorobor. The occaalon for this 1h tho deslro to give a good voto to Amolla'o candidate for tho nomination, Mr. J.- W, Fowlke'ay In opposition to the. candidate from Nottoway, Mr. H. E. Lee. Thoso two counties forming ono legislative district. Previous to tHls, thoro has been only one content for many yearn, not since the district was redeemed from Republican control, and that wns blx years ngo when Colonol Jamos Mann, of this county, and General, now Judge Hundley, 'of Amolla, were tho c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

T4 The Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly At No. 4 North TenW Btrtset, Richmond, Va< Entered Jan* u.iry 27, 1903, at Richmond, V«., as ie?ond-olii»B matter, under Act 'of Conflress of March 3, 1879. Th« DAILY TIMJGS-DTSPATCH Is sold at 2 cent* n copy. Th« SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is •otd at 5 cctita n copy. The DAILT TIMES -DISPATCH* by mall-50 cent* n month: JB.OO ft V**r; 1J.50 for six month*; »W0 for three months. The. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnll $2,06 ft year. The DAILY TDJES-DISPATCH. In* cludlrg Sunday, In Richmond nnd ManChester, by onrrler. 12 cents per weeK, or BO cents per month. Tho SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 Qents per week. ' The WEEKLY TTMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 "a year. All Unsigned Communication* will bo rejected. Rejected Communications will not bs returned unless iiceompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. Bid East Broad Struct. S..M — — - t ■■' - ■■■■— •• • — "" 6UNDAV, AHQUST 23, 103. Persons leaving the city for the summer s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

m ANNIVERSARY OF BURNING OF THE NATIONAL CAPITAL (Bpeclal to Tho Tlmes-DlspatchO ' WASHINGTON, August 22,— Monday,. A.URUBt 24th, marks tho eighty-ninth nnnlvcmary of tho sacking and burning of the National' Capital by tho British nrmy under General Ross, but tho real torchbearer wan Sir Cloorgo Cockburn, whoso record showed that he delighted In such. Robs had carried on war In tho Pcnnlrrimla nnd In Franco under a different eplrlt and It was his wish that the American capital should be treated as It'-Waa. but ho waß forced to oboy orders. With Cockburn to lead, the work was accomplished Bpeedlly; the unfinished Capitol, tho Mbrary of Congress, tho vv lino House, the War and Treasury buildings, tho Arsenal and Barracks, together with a number of private residences, woro soon In flames, and nothing was left but their emoklng ruins. Tho Americans fld.lod to the horror by Betting fire to tho navyyard and a vessel, nnd the Virginia end of the long bridge, while Cockburn's mo/.i flred th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

0 To the Dreamers of Songs, •Tl» not for tho beauty of singing I'd like you remember It long, For the leaflet of verso Vm bringing Has only tho semblance of song; But treat It not coldly nor cruelA glimpse of the moaning Is shown, As the light of an e'xqulslto Jewel, Is seen in a covering of stone. For the sake of yonr song tho morning Is brighter, and dearer the flay Seems ever with pleasure adorning, The world in n. cheerier way"; For sweet Is tlie thought of tho singing, Of ono that is gifted with songl' When musical moments are winging To tho hours that never seetn long. You are seen in the freshness of flowers, And heard In tho carol of birds, And you brighten life's dosolate hours, With tho magical music of words; For you live with a Gentleness given From one who Is Infinite. Htrong, To gl've to the living a heaven In the love and tho sweetness of son& —Joseph "W. Humphries in tho Atlanta Constitution. « t « Present Indications point to nn unsual number of fashiona...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

A ELEGANT GERMAN AT OPERA HOUSE Supper Served at "'Midnight and a Large Attendance. (Special to Tho Tlmes-rHspfttch.) FHiiDEKICKBBURG, VA., August M.The young most of tho city tendered tho roung ladles a compllmontary gurman ftt Mio.Opora House Wedtio»day night, and It wa» one of the moat enjoyable events of tho summer. Donch's Band, of Washington, furnished tho music, and tho flgwes woro lod by Mobmm. C. K. Howard, E. M. Young and C. O, Ooolrlck. A lttrgo number of couples were on tho floor, and Included many fair visitors from different parts of tho State. There were the DHual numbor ot chaperonea and a largo number of spectators. Supper was sorved at midnight, after which dancing was rtmimod and continued until 4 o'clock. Mlbw Mabel l>. Cllft gavo a tea one ' evonlng this* wt>pv. at hor homo In Stafford county tn honor of hor guest, Mlbs Buslo C. Hales, of this city. A largo number of guests were present. Tho Misses, Balo gave an enjoyablo house party at "Ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

. Wttu A I ROCK ALUM Chronicle of Events of Seven Days Past, MANY EUCHRE PARTIES Ohlp-ln Parlies Are Still Popular, but Private Entertainments Aro Now So Frequent as to Crowd Days and Nights With Amusement. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) SOCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS, VA., August 22.-The hotel and cottages are tcr and mirth and iriurfi and potor/ Jt ■ nhol.dn^ak.ngcrow.l, ajoj-rcnnclng. pleasure hun.lW throne, with «m aimHo nnd mouths a-laushtng. lor life and one's vacation both a» ehort. So t h^ :S^t,r^^ 0^ r vf E^^n^^crt^r delightful season begins to Tonday morning S . Stelner, of *,!- tlmore. entertained at elght-hano euchre In her drains-rooms at Jefferson Co - tnge. Her prizes were won by Miss Blanche Slaughter, of °? K>;. ; Mrs \lllson, of Cincinnati; Mrs. Charles WVa on of Bacon's Castle; Miss Anno May^r? of Norfolk; Dr. U C. Brpclt, o. Sn.lthricld, Va., and Miss Lettle Boyd, of 85SPSS" «**!«« *<- stei " ei ; s ho«=pHalltv were Mesdnmes Thomns N. Jones N A. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

5S AUGUST AT THE BEACH New Enorgy Instilled by the Cooler Weather. TROLLEY PARTIES TO CAPE Tha Surf Still Makes First Claim for the Afternoons-- House Parties and Social Entertainments at Cottages. (Special to Tht Tlmoi-t>lspatch.) VmGINIA BEACH, VA., August 22.Tho temperature at the Beach for tho past wert has been t|ulta like the early autumn days, bringing long walk* through the woods nnd along the beach. In tho afternoon no one can resist tho dollghts ' of tho surf. Tho ffld for tho plist ' few weoks ssoms to bo trolley piirtles to Capo Henry at night, whoro dancing at the 1 new pavilion Is Indulged in,' : and tho ntrollers find many romantic Rpols around tho historic old lighthouse to whllo away the time. PRIZE FLINCH PARTY. Mrs.' Hope, who In entertaining a house party at the Wllkneson Cottage, gave a progressive flinch party to her dnughtor, Mlbs Mary Hope, on Tuesday evening. Among those Invited were Mleses Nancy "Wash, Graco Greenwood, Virginia' Drince, Lucy Thor...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

w ROCKINGHAM HORSE SHOW Ideal Weather and a Fine Crowd in Attendance. QUALITY OF HORSES HIGH Governor Montague Will Po Among Thoso at Show To- Day-Red Rock, a Two-Year-Old, Won Three Prizes. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) HAKRISONBURG, VA., August 19.The first day of the Rocklnghnm Horso and Colt Show was the most successful on record. The attendance was fully 1.600. The day was an ideal one, nnd greater crowds are expected to-morrow. 1 TJie quality of the liorsos exhibited was far suporlor to any previous show. Tho two-year-old horso "Red Rock," OV.Tied by S. C Myers, took three first prlzos, two as a sa ( ddlo colt and ono In the park hacks. Governor Montague will arrive to-night from Frederick county and will be at the show to-morrow. The summary of the events for tho day °Keglstereil Percheron StalllonEi-Kcota Altamount, owner Daniel Mouse, North River first; Keota Bobln, owner Daniel arouse, second; Colonel, owner R. Leo Coffmaji. Dayton, third. Best Grade Draft Colt, under t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

yTjjifi ii miNjrifli mm tv — 1 my " j> i***^ . ™_~~^™'" ~-"'*™7a' j * rr \. "Of the making of books thero Is no end." 6«ld Kliib Brjlomfln, tho M|'ne. Burely. with tho true prophetic blb^. .lhl« Hobtew tmgb looked Intr. thd'tuti/t* -nrifl beheld the mlßhty production of books, thorn would bo In thin the twentieth, eentuty. Keyor In tlio history of mankind >inve there been bo muny books nnd .10 cheap. Thrfi IB due not bo much to a greater number or to more gifted writers f.B to the splendid equipment for tho pubICBllon of Looks. A book must have 'in author, und to-day It Ih nlmOßt as iM'M■nrv that lharo Hhnll M nn Illustrator. There Is, however, a long process between the manuHoript copy and the book with the excellent qualify paper, elenr tyre and artlntlc cover design. if the people of fifty or sixty years •go read a book they wero not tempted thereto by Uh outward beauty, for tho paper, tyne and binding took from rather thnn added to. Its attrnctlveneßß. Iho ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

19 Cotton Wash Goods, o ol^\ If low prices could hurt the goods, these Cotton Wash Fabrics would be ruined beyond redemption. Prices are so far below values that percentages are no good to figure the saving. iWc don't give many details, bti venience. You've seen trie gooc 2 n-4e. tor fla English Dlmltlea nnd Batiste— fnjicy printing nnd Bolld tints. 3 f»-4c. for 10c. Bnllsto— light and dark grounds— some 40-Inch. Be. for values to 17a !n Embroidered Swlos, Dimity Cords and Imported MeniMftllnes. 7 n-4c for vnlues to 22Hc In Mercerized Moußfldlnoe— light and dark Second Floor. If we had not done a tip-top business In the Women's Suit and Shirt-Waist Department we could not sell at these prices. You can see for yourself they are a fourth to a half less than we paid for them. Some shoppers think an article is too high even to ask the price — no fear of that here. Suits and Skirts. #1. 75 eaoh for all the IB Lawn and Madras Shlrt-Walst Suits. ifiS.OS for $6.50 Lawn Suits. (Jia.oß for $7...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

• - ..■;• -^ , .■ ' .-., ■■•••■•^ "... /'•;/■ •■•■V "' / _ : % r , r , m*oJ^WosS# WHOLE, NUMBER,; ff,320. „ „ rwr TAiff THAT WAS PASSED ALONG KICi£MOJrD VA;, : SUNDAY, AUGUST £3; 1003. PRICE FIVE CEOTS.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

2 WEBSTER - THE SPY An Account of His Arrest and Execution at Camp Lee. CONFEDERATE BOOKS Mention of Some Noteworthy One s Published in the South During the War — Capture of Cusler's Uniform Coat. &c. (For The Times-Dispatch.) )s not often tha.t a man "enjoys" the distinction of beinp hanged ' twice, if Indeed It can bo said that h« "enjoys" either the distinction or the hanging. At any rate, tho victim, whoso experience wo are about to . relate, Buttered a "double death," as ho himself expressed It. Tho winter and spring of. 02 was an eventful period In the history of tho Southern Confederacy, Richmond waa overrun with thieves, spies and adventurers. Many of her most prominent citizens were under surveillance, and somo of them had been arrested for disloyalty, among the number Mr. Franklin Steams, a wealthy retired merchant, and Hon. John Minor Botts, ex-member fit Congress. " who.se eloquent voice hftd bean heard on every st;unp prior to the war In opposition to the se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

There n.ro rosponMbllltloa oven greater •nd more harrnßßlriß than owning n- white, elephant, caring for an unwenned' babn ' or undertaking £o manage a oook while one's wife is Blck. For Instance, t:ilto tho duty of advlulntr a woman about her financial affairs and showing her how> to Invest her monoy. Any nvm. ..who, pun dßcharge theeo functions with success — that In, without having n rlp-Rnortlns tow with the woman and an Irresistible doßlro to ko off and commit BUlclde— poßßO>ecs all the qunllllcatloiiH for bclnjr Secretary of tho Treasury during a financial crisis. To begin with, women are naturally parsimonious and penurious. They wont all that ls comlnc to them, ahtl'they don't caro how much comes. Tho'n, .too, thore'B no telling what strange Uloh.ii firo goInK to pop fntr> tliplr rnconntltr;. ■ Cnn•ervntlsm Ib nn unknown virtue 'with those who use hairpins. In Die matter of investments, they dcoff at any pccurlty that pays them-lcsH thnn eight...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

REVIEWS AND CRITICISMS OF THE BOOKS OF THE DA\ A Gniesomo Story hy an American Editor, Which Deals With Dico Uaed by Rom tin Soldiora in Casting Lots for Our Saviour's Garments. BRXJCE'S SCHOOL HISTOBY A Crltlolam by 5 Richmond Lnwyor-Pro. feuor Minor Tolls fche Headers of tho Tlmos-Dispntch About an Interesting French Book— "Amorlcnu Baptist Pulpit," Edited by Boy. Henry Thompson Loutlian— Lltornry Notes. THB CRIMSON DICE. By George Nox McCain. Published by J. Murray Jordan, of Philadelphia. For sale in Richmond by the Bell Book and Stationery 1 Company. Tho author of "The Crimson Dice" has been known among Journalists as a wrltor of ability for some years. His novel, which has been looked for with much Impatience, has a very unusual plot. Tho descriptive power with which Mr. McCain has aJways been accredited Is shown to great advantage, many scenes In tho book being depicted with almost BtartUng vividness, "The Crimson Dice," around which tho main Interest of tho ftory gathers,' a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 August 1903

SUMMER GIRL TAKES ON MEW FADS TaND FASCINATIONS THE STEW- MORELS VESTING. Already wo are getting a glimpse of the autumn styles and this Morris shirt waist of English vesting is in good stylo. Robin s-egg blue combined with the now sapphire shade makes a charming contrast. The shoulder seams are long and deeply plaited back and front, and the sleeves have the correct wrist puff and tight cuff. Large pearl buttons fasten the fronts and smaller ones appear on the cuffs. Day by day, one might almost say hour by hour, do the fashions become more and more artistic, nnd the reigning stylea are Buch that even the most hopelessly plain and unfashionable girl enn seize upon Bomethlng to ect off her best points— for «he has good points it she could but realise them— and bo improve her appearance that even her beat friends, not to apeak of her enemies, will woader why they over thought her lacking In Ktyle and smartness, and will talce a necond glance at her to moke sure of the evidence of the...

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