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

n CLEVER WORK DONE BY THE T. D. C. C. MEMBERS WINNERS OF PAINT BOOKS IN FIFTH WEEK'S CONTEST ROBBIE C. ANCARROW, Otterburn Springs, Amelia county, Va. GEORGE A. BRUCE, 408y 2 North Eighth Street, city. HAZEL K. DILLARD, 2304 East Broad Street, city. WORD OF GREETING AND CONGRATULATION. The editor wishes io tell the members of the T. D. C. C, in strict confidence, \iint the Children's Poge in The Timos-Dispatcli of Inst Sunday could only be extelled by the page which appears to-day, the handsomest through its fine illustrations and reading matter of any yet published. It is clonrly evident that the club is working out its motto in good faith and jiving a practical exemplification of the truth that whatever is worth doing is ivorth doing well, for its midsummer record in tho increase of numbers nnd interest is. surprising, even to the editor. ( With the beginning of next month, the first of the autumn season, some new, trriking nnd original features will be introduced for the benefit ...

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

0 * HOW A BATTLESHIP IS FIRST BUILT ON PAPER. * &OSTON, MASS,, AuKtint 22, -When Uncle Snm rloclden to build a wnrMilp there muni ho nomcthlnir over 1.20n t>lrh!< flmwn nnd approved by Hi's government hoforo thfl vessel onii Ivi conxtructed. f neon plan* hloiio, In th« rnn<» of ii first* cind bnuiMnip. mini n« th« vmnont, tue contrnct for which has boon .-p.uitly nwnrded to the Foro ftlvor Hhlp njul Hn-. fine Company. ne»r thU Qlty. eost.thtf, hullders nbout $78,000. For tno fltficl |>lat,eit of tlie hull, to tako ft'Mngla largoMWrh, MO distinct,, nnd fcopsrAte plans nro ntr* cesary. Tho £00 hrVIM plHlifl necessary for Dm hull n« a *Jlol« r»;iKo froirin small shMt of paper twelva Iliches snnai-i,. <o a. hi* nhcot ftleven foct long by two feet and ft. nunrtM WW»| irtd each plr.ii miißt be duplicated In At lftft*t i doaeil blue printn to fncllltflto the w,irn of tl.o ■ hop*, find sftvo th 6 orlgliml 'hawlrßß from being...

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

Hans Has a Indisposition! Bui Fritz 6 arches a Idea! T.MR TJMKS-DTSPATCM RJCrnrnXP. V^> Atf6. 2^, ,t^«

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

• * * ' i ■■■ «... — -.. - ' — '*""" ' ' '"' - ■ ■ — — «■ "-— 1 --' ■"'-■" " '' ' Ttlß TtMKS KOtJNDKfJ IRBO, TMR i nraPAtCH". FOUNDED MM. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, D, 'c, Au«tlst 22.Forecust for Sunday jind »t°V dI W m/iii/' Vlrglnln-Knlr Sunday - and Monday, llcht wlihlb, mostly houUi. Wrth Carolina- Full- Sunday and Monday; light winds, mostly south. Yenterdny prnnenti.'d a toticli of* fitim-mr-r for tiio consideration of thorn; who havo boen rqvelllhfc In tho mild nnd plenaant weather of tho Dost few wccUh. Iho mercury wont to ninety during a portion ol' tho 'dny. To-dny and to-morrow oi'o expected 10 bo fnlr nnd warm. STATE OV THIS THERMOMETKR. v ovov 0 A. M > U 6 P. M |2 8 V, M *% U midnight <^_ Average 83 1-0 Highest toinpcraturo Jj| Highest temperature »« Menn tcrnporaturo yoHtorday jo Normal tetnpenituro for August '8 MINIATURE ALMANAC. AugUHt 23, 3003. 1 gun rise* fiiS.l I HIGH TIDB. Hun sots B:K! I Morning !•« Moon setJi....7::'l ...

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

2 taoved uneasily beneath their btir<l«rtS. llko Hnerladus benortih VAnn. Hence there Imvo! been Insurrection, ehanpo's of dyna.Mloi". eomiuest*, which lnst were Usunlly n clmnßi' f>f mimtors. Til 15 URTHrni-IC, Then there mime our own movement In ' Ihft lnst oonlury to abolish tlio whole Unnecessary hmd--ltlng, nobles, State, church, apodal pilvilegoftj nil. nnd mon thought they were free. But the burdan wns net merely in namoe, but in t"o tiling Itself, nml When tinder tho Hrtlnß of trusts, monopolies and corporations the same control is exercised In BllVlntf to the few tho enrnlns-s of tho many, feumanltv has found in ilia opening "f the twentieth century lh.nl we havo ftffMjn before v? the sumo flßlit, old US fl«f l «" v ' of the low attemptlhjs.to iipproiiih o to their own pleasure nnd erntlflcntlo it no wealth created by the toll and the Ufiony °Vo ld h"l a O " stho5 tho same old foes with now fB Lot" us contrast thnt which hns been With thnt which Is. On...

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

fl THE DAY ON THE DIAMOND Records of the National and American Leagues. UHAMPIONS TOOK TWO Defeated the Phillies in Both Games. Brooklyn and Cincinnati Divided Honors— Boston Boat St. Louis. Giants Won from Chicago. Scores Yesterday. ' rittßburg (5-7, Philadelphia 4-4. Brooklyn 7-1, Cincinnati 4-1, Chicago «, New York 3. Boston 0, St. LoulH 1, Where Thoy Play Monday. Bt, Loulb at Boston. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. PltlKliiii-g at Plilliiuyijihla. Chicago at Now York. 'fctanding of tho Clubs. . Clubs. Won. Lost. P.C. I'lttsburg 70 S7 .CO4 Chicago til 4M ,UI3 New York (13 13 .b'M Cincinnati 57 49 .638 Brooklyn X 54 .401 BOhton 44 67i .4f.6 Philadelphia 33 ai .340 Bt, Loulh 37 7« .mB NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES YESTERDAY BHOOKLYN, N. V.. Aug. 22.— 1n tho double-hoadfir to-day tho Brooklyn and Cincinnati teams broko even. Tho homo Olub won the first jjamo and tho vlHltors tho second. Plrst Grime— Score: R. H. E. Cincinnati OdOOJtOOM 4 3 Brooklyn ' 1310 0U 0 2 x— 7 11 3 Batteries: Hahn and Peltz;...

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

4 AN INCREASE Board of Arbitration Makes its Award. A SLIDING WAGE SCALE Men Shall B.c Paid Semi-Monlhly-Tho Checks Shall Not Be Transferable. Boy^s Under Fourteen Can Not Work. (By Associated Press.), .iIRMINGHAM, ALA., Angus t '-'2--'{ "0 board ot arbitration appointed to adjust matters in Controversy between coal opeColors and mlneis In tho Birmingham district, made Us award through Its chairman, Judge Gray, of Dclewuro, nt a late hour to-nlfiht. After recitlnff the claims mock, by the minors and'operators, respectively, the report, about 1,-ltW words In liajfth, molcoi the following awards: Minimum nnd maximum rate of the slicing scale; the rates per ton for mining coal on the Pratt basis vary according to tho selling; price of pig ran, -17 1--cenls, when pig Iron Is selling at $8 per ton to 57 1-2 cents when Iron ih selling at JH.SO per ton. The samo proportionate Increase is to be given on dny wages for work in and 'about the mines, but no Increase Is given by this award for n...

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

OYSTERMEN CAPTURED The Rappahannock Makes a Descent on Tongors. ABANDON THEIR BOATS The Camp of tho Seventy-Flr3t Regiment Commences at Ocean View To-Day— Delegates to Negro . .' Convention In Richmond. (Special lo Tho Tlincs-Dlspatch.) NOHFOI.K, VA., August 22.— The ndvanco gunrd of the V'rn tiki In find Emporla CompimlcH of the Bovonty-flrst regiment arrived bore to-day to nrange for tho 'encampmnnt of those Commands at Ocean View, which begins to-morrow. It will contlnuo ten days nnd during thai tlmo . there will no doubt bo exchanges of courumies between the locul and visiting mllltury. TONCfMEN CAUGHT. Wlllfim nnd John Blccn and A. M. Al3rn, residents of Atlantic City Ward, aro to have a trial Monday upon thn charge of longing oysters In iho mouth of Taniier'a Creek out of season, Tho prosecution was brought about by tho oy«tcr 'gunboat Rappahannock, Captain William K. Iludgln.s, running down unexpectedly on the tongcrs 'Thursday nionjlns. Tho tongerH, It ih Hiild, had learned ...

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

6 POLITICS IN OLD VIRGINIA Barksdalo Pure Election Law Effective at yome Office. NO BRIBERY AT HOUSTON Ucy and Edmondson Declared the Nominees— Qarrott Nominated for tho Houso in the Franklin County Prfmnry. (Special to The TimM-Dispatch.) HOUSTON, VA., August 22.— The primary election was held in Halifax today. There was uo opposition to county officers except commissioners ot tho rovcnuo In two districts, nor to Lacy and Edmondson, legislative candidates, and they have been declared tho nominees. Thdra wero several strong fights for supervisor of tho several* dlstrlots, y and n flerco ono In this district, in which is situated Houston, South Boston, R. S. Harbour won over A. B. Anderson by Do H w Quarlea wag elected commissioner ot revonuo In this district by a Th^Barkßdalo pure election law at this, the home, precinct of l'ts author, was absolutely offoctlvo, and for tho first time In years thero was not a chareo or suspicion of bribery or corruption. THE FRANKLIN PRIMARIES Garre...

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

m ENGLISH TRADES UNIONS AND THEIR POLITICAL ACTION Hon. Clarence S, Darrow Discusses This Subject. AS THERE. SO HERE ALSO First of a Series of European Industrla Letters by the Distinguished Lawyer Who Represented the Anthracite Miners, ByOLARENOE S. DARRO'//. (Copyright, 1003.) (Special Correspondence of Tho TlmesPlßimtch.) LONDON", August 15.— 1n oplto ot ull that tho American finds nuw and strnngo In Englnnd, still tho traveler soon dl«eo^ors that tho two (countries aro wonderfully alike. Of cournu, with tho exaggerated egotism of nil men and peoples, wo aro at flrat surprised to hoo how many of. our customs, Institutions und laws havo been adopted hero; on second thoughts we m.-irvel to find how closely wo really follow tho footsteps and oxperlcnccH of thu English people . In no way do wo find conditions moro faithfully (reproduced than In what is known o* Ihe "labor movement" of both nations. To determine what America will be to-morrow It Is a good plan to sco what Knglnnd la t...

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

0 M> JBk *^ *»* Tho Hoys' New York Symphony Orchestra, which Kivcs live concerts n< the O.islnn on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, is at', orgimleatlon consisting of sixty buy musicians, whose miiplc Is n revi'lntlon and marks an epoch In the world of iiiUklc. Of this organization Die New \om Toliigraph hap this to say: "The New York Boys' Symphony OrWere on the stnge drosssd in their tuxedos and made a beautiful plcturo when the curtain wn« run up. The concert, proved a snlendld success, both from the vlowpnlnt of the inuslcliin and that of the !"The Borchestra8 orchestra Is perfectly bnl-nnced, nnd the volume of tone ajul delicacy of phrasing Is far better than has nvcr bofore been hoard In this city In an organization of youngsters. The violins, violas and rellos were particularly good. The bras.-os wore never blatant, and the roods and wood-wind instruments filled the harmonics perfectly without being obtru- •■ Tlio programmo was an ambitious one and Include...

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

B MARKET WAS NEARLY IDLE Most of Members at Yacht Race or Out of Town. fHREADNEEDLE ST. SHUT Sluggish Movements of Price* Under These Olrcumslanceo Wore of Lit.tie Significance— Spilling Out Followed Lank Statement. (By Aasoclntetl Pr«»K.) NEW YORK, August 22.-The stock market was pi-ncilcalij' lltlo I'J-dny: «• •larg-o portion ot tho membership bcituf abaent at the yacht raced or for onU-ot-tho weak holldaya out of town. A liollday on the London Stock Exr.ango buotr/^tcd also from normal btmlness. llio uluKglHli movements of pricflH undnr theno clrcumsUineoß woro t nttlo slKulilcanco. United States Iteulty, preferrud, surtered from Ilia rumors prcvaionl flint the next dividend would bo paoHotl. Minneapolis, St. I^aul and Hault St. Marie rosn momentarily on the declaration of the HrHt dividend on the stock, and th/;n yielded on profit taking. Favorablo weekly reviews of trndo by the mercantile acencles wero a roaoHiirliiK factor and Uio croj new« had nothing threatnnlng tn It. Atten...

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

10 AUCTION BALBB— WOINDAT, * ny BdwArd B. Rose Company, ne«l BnUle Atictlonoors. TnUSTBWB AUCTION BAt^E OF *HOaB TWRBB FIIAM.E DWELLINGS, NOS. 1211, 121.1 AND 1216 NORTH NINETEENTH STREET, AND KNOWN AS LOTH NOS. 10, 11 AND 13 IN SQUARE 141, FAIRMOUNT. By virtue of ft ecrtnln deed of trust, Baled fith Au*riint. 1002, of re-cord In clft-H n office, Honrlco Ceunty Court, 13, H. Ifi4 B, tiage 394, dofnult hnvlng been mndo In the payment of tho debt thereby secured, and oel'nK required by tho bennflclnry so to do, I will sHI by auction, upon tho promises, 0t MONDAT, 24TH DAY OF AUG. 1903, at 5:30 o'clock P. M., tho houacs numbored •« above and described an follows, yie. . All that certnln lot of lnnd, lying nnd beIng In tho town of Fntrmount, l», Hcnr .^° county. Va., boglnnlnf: nt n P"">* °" ll U «ast liw of Nineteenth Streot, between R Street and FVUrmount Avenue (or ° StteetV distant 124 feet north of tho north line of R Street, extending thonco northwardly along the said e...

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

■■■ M . 6I - P . vv .^. N.N .' r .!!.f 3r3 r" |ire^ AL 5.... ,wANtt!D, Rnnit COOK, v;ho can wash »nd Iron, Apply til W, Mnln Htrf-Pl. T£AdltE*R"to t6doh Enjtllsh, Muilo «tt(l Klocitllmt. AiMMM Mot fIS, WltiiUM. V». V'AKTBD, Otßtß to work In our book bindery Apply dr. onm to V.VVKH AND MNIDMIt. WANTED, first class 000K, soo'd Hroiul Mttkßd Apply nt ohcrt lio!l Houlh Knnrlli Mlreni. WANTED, LADY, to at «lotmi «u«l U lh«f nngiily p.tpprlrnp(*fl nnd eapnlilp of on Mm lir-nl. trndM; |KiKltloti (•fMnillirn t. Apply to MII.IJ.U AND ltll().\li«. WAKTED, younir LADY for offlc« worki must list! lyrmw.Her; MH(tm tttnnll fn liprlh, hili-hucp with pipprlpiii'P. AilflrcM nt iuicp I'KKJUNBNT, ffttfi thin office. WANTED, lady Btcnoijrspher and Typewriter; Unto pjpprlptico; Hiilnry fipcrted nml tiiac'liltin u*ptl. AddiPki gt.'trK, cure tbl» office. WAKTED, two"hous» SEnVANTS, 080 to o«ok ned the cil.hpr to nursp nnd clMtti upl Kood rnnnt on prptnlspni pt-i'frr •A-liltr pofionn: Rood home. Apply 2.1 ...

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

PROTEST OF THE FARMER ' Plan Adopted to Circumvent American Tobacco Co, INDEPENDENT FACTORIES Feeling Speechos Mode that Were Received With Enthusiasm— State Treasurer Grimes Says Farmers' Action Will Relieve. (Special t6 The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) lULEIGM, N. C., Aug. 22.— Rnlelsh tbbacconlsts who attended the Kocky Mount tobacco meeting yesterday declared that tlio steps taken there aro In tho right direction if the movement la only pushed to consummation. A synopsis of tho resolutions In full as lulopted, petting forth a plan of co-opo-ratlon against tho trusts, wns given in last night's special to Tho Times-DJs-iialoh./ THB SPEAKERS. Among tho most promlnont and forelMe spenkors during tho day were E. L. niiightriclge. of JSdgocombe; Cutchln. of Wilson; J. O. W. Gravely. J. J. LnughliiKhouse. Colonel J. S. Cunningham, llev. Dr L. L. Nash, B. 11. Bunn, Isalnh Carver, of Nash; W. F. Parker, of Hallfax! Dr. Graves; of Wilson; Frank Slronaoh. of Winston; O. L. Joyner, of Mr. Isnlnh Carver...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 August 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 August 1903

TUB TfMKS FOUNDICD ltf«, THK DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1860. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE inf E/i I ri trf« WASHINGTON, Aug. 24.-Forec(iat for Tuesday and Wodnosday: Virginia— Fair, continued warm Tue«day; showers and coolor nt night or ■Wednesday in north portion; fair In south, light, varlablo winds, North Carolina— Fair, continued warm Tuesday and probably Wednesday; light, ■ouUi winds. ' Yostorday was a genuine summer day, the maximum hoat bnlng nearly oqual to that of some woek* uga. Bhowcrs aro expected this ovetilng, and It will probably Le coolor to-night or to-morrow. STATE) OF THE THKRMOMISTBn. a p. m..................... 1.'.'.'.'!.'."!!!!!!1 .'.'.'.'!.'."!!!!!! og l> P. M 02 SP. M 84 12 midnight 81 Avorogo, t 88 2-3 Itlghost temperature yesterday W Lowest tornperatiiro yoslorday 88 Mean temperature yesterday S3 Normal temperature for August 78 Departure from normal tompnralure — 05 Precipitation during pant 24 hours 00 mjntaturlTalmaxac. i August 25, 1903. Bun rises 6:34...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 August 1903

2 that tho Impartial student cnnnot fnll to iiute v/llli I'iiln mill modi Meat lon the lainenlablo fact that upon the. vital questions submitted to iiiom foi' (Incision, tlicy decided upon Ktrli'tly part/ lines, •Iglii. Kpi>iil)llciiiih vntlns ont wny nnil •oven lJcniot'inlfl Voting; the other. Why was this? When wo voted to ere* ait; tho Eltetnrnl Commission U;o sup* gioHoil, iis we Intel a right to suppose, tlmt in such an hour ot public ..pert I, In llio ■upretito moment ot otir destiny w n people, nvo Bcnhtors, five Representatives sn.l lIV 6 Jlldßrß belonging tv till! nin.it uuguM tribunal upon o«rih, could bo found Whti would be enpnbie. of tlfliiK ■Upertnr to nil considerations of party, ami deciding tho Rreflt questions submitted to them like jwUiol* *>"" men, according to tho Constitution niul laws. In tlw fear bt Clod, Htid In the spirit of the onth they were required tn take, fii . be It rroni mo to .Impugn the lnollvos ot the honorable commissioners...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 August 1903

CHAMBER IN PETERSBURG Doing Good Work In the Interest of the City. TO BEAUTIFY THE STREETS Grass Between tho Car Tracks Will PaoventSo Mush Dust— The Police Court Docket the Lirgost in its History for O io Day. ; (Special to The Tlmen-Dlppatch.) PETISHSHURO, ' VA., Aur., 21.-The Chamber of Commerce of VolorHburK, hns lgHiiod a circular letter of twenty-nine riucßtloriH concerning various matters of Interest to the business men of this city. Twenty of time questions concern shipping niul transportation. Tho ChamberIs endeavoring to ascertain If any person or persons ore vorlously affected by discriminations dolnys or other trouble on the part of transportation companies. 7 This Ih done In no spirit of general complaint, but only lo nscerUln if there exists any occasion for complaint in any gunrtur. Thin body haa taken renewed Interest In I'etaritiufg'a affair* since tne reorganization, and has nlready accomplished definite good In tho city. , miAUTII-'l' THE STHKKTS. Doubtless tho qu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 August 1903

the Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Bntered Jan' Wary 17, 1003, at Richmond, v«., •• ••eon<4«elata matter, untftf Act of Congreai of March 8, 1«7». The DAILY Ttttflß-DtHFATCH li MM at 9 tttntm a copy. The BUNDAT TIMKB-WBPATCH Is told nt S cents a copy. The DAILY TIMES'WSPATCH by ma 11-60 centi a month; $6.00 « y * ar! $160 for six months! 1 1»0 for three month*. The BtWDAT TIMES-DISPATCH by ninll $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, including Sunday. In Blchmond and Manohenter. by carrier. 12 cents per weeK, or B0 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMBS-DISPATCH, .by Currier. 6 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. $1.00 a year. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Broad Street TUESDAT, AUGUST 25. 1803. Persons leaving the city for thesummer should order The Tlmes-Dlspatch mulled to them. P...

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