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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

A COMING MARRIAGE Miss Florence Grace Hensley to Wed a Baron. GROOM AT SANDYBROOKE A Juvenile Birthday Party and Lunch? eon?Closing Exercises of the Model School?Visitors to the Colonial Inn. , (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) WILLIAMBBURG, VA., Juno 13,-Tho Rev. Canon Lewis. Henaloy, M. A-, has issued invitations to tho marriage of his niece. Miss Florenco Grace Hensley, to Baron Paul do Valplncon des AcreH do Launay, of Montreal, Can. The ceremony , will take place Saturday, Juno 20th, at 2:30 P. M., In Bruton Episcopal Church. The Baron Is now hero anovis tho guest of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Bishop, at "Bandy brooke." Miss Hensley is a sister of Mrs. Bishop. Mrs. F. Li. Maupln has Bent out Invita? tions to tho marrlBgo of her daughter. Miss Virginia Elizabeth, to Mr. lirfrry C. Burrows. Tho ceremony will take placo ut the MethodlBt Church next Wednes? day afternoon. BIRTHDAY PATtTY. Miss Virginia Peachy entertained a number of her little friends Thursday af? ternoon, the occasion bein...

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. — 14 June 1903

WEDDINGS OF INTEREST Three'citlzens of Fredericks burg to Become Benedicts. WILL ALL RESIDE THERE College Finals the Chief Social Event of the Pasl Week?Fair School Girls Returning Home After Months of Study. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) FREDERICKSBURG. VA., June 13. The social event here this week was the Fredericksburg College finals, which ex? tended through,several days, and the dif? ferent entertainments were largely at? tended and highly enjoyed. Choice musi? cal selections, both vocal and Instrumen? tal, were Interspersed through tho pro? gramme and added to the pleasure of tho occasions. Throe cltlien* of Frederlcksburg are to bo married within the noxt week. They are Dr. W. J. Chewnlng, Messrs. E. M. Young. Jr., and A. P. Rows. Dr. Chow nlng will be wedded to Misa Anne Pago Meetze, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meetse, at the home of the bride's par? ents, in Washington, on Wednesday, June 17th, at 10 o'clock. Mr. Young and Miss Elisabeth Reed Doawell, daughter of Mr....

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. — 14 June 1903

AGNES SCOTT. "Uood wine needs no bush."' and th? Silver King needs no cncomlnums on th? evo of Its revival by the Giften Company It is quite unnecessary to recount the story of the play; for where could ?iny one ? he found who does not know it already, For many year? the play has been one of thej most widely known and most un.1 vorsally popular that the stage has ever seen, and, like the hook, It promises' to go on forever. It la twenty years or more since tho play was first produced, and It haa held Its own In public appreciation ever since, notwithstanding the thou? sands of plays that have been offered as successors to lis public favor. There are but three plays In the English lan? guage ns well known as the Silver King, viz., the Two Orphans, Camille and East Lynn. These three have been produced by the Glfftm Company In former seasons with great success, and. the coming week is to witness the completion of th? quar lette. Manager Giffen hiiH been requested times without number t...

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. — 14 June 1903

Schnurman Wants you to see his summer suitings in Scotch and Cana? dian Homespuns, Cheviots, Worsteds, Tweeds and Blue Serges. They're tho prettiest patterns in Richmond, and Schnurman's Tailoring is always correct and up-to-date. Can I expect a visit from you ? SCHNURMAN. Tailor, Haberdasher, Hatter. 907 Main. 9/eivs and Q/tews Selected &rom ?Ceacting J?merican ?Papers A Slander Refuted. It can no longer be said In Just criti? cism that tho Cnlted States government develops the military side of a man at the expense of the artistic foreign art critics, and those at home have con? tended again nnd again that tho gov ??rnment, in its architecture, in all its buildings and houses of tho army and navy departments, had but one Idevi or architecture? "four walls In a square and a roof." In refutation, the govern? ment is now simultaneously oxpendlng JKl.OOO.Ono at Annapolis and W.OOO.OOO at West Point in tho development of a plan of now buildings and ground Improve-, menta, In which t...

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. — 14 June 1903

THE DEM AND WAS SMALLER There Was Some Selling ?o** Profits. ISSUES ON HIGHER LEVEL Active Stocks Have Gained Two t? Seven Points?Bank Statement Was Favorable and the Close Was Steady?Bonds Sympathetic (By Associated Prens.) NEW TOHK, Juno 13.-Somn hesita? tion was manifest In to-day's stock mar ket after tho violent recovery In prices ?f yesterday nnd tho day be?or? from tho extreme depression of Wednesday. Many of tho principal active stocks have regained from 3 to 7 points during the two days. The offect has been to lessen the Investment demand from bargain* Hunters nnd to develop nomc Bellini? pr?s sure from the sp?culative contingent which was fortunate enough to secure stocks at thl eow level. This element showed some anxiety to take pronta to Qav. and took advantage of the strong bank statement to sell stocks. The les? sened demand was demonstrated by the Inability of the market to absorb those offerings so that prices ran off sharp y and closed generally below last night's l...

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. — 14 June 1903

I on the Second Floor. MADE GARMENTS, that leave the cost of sewing even parth* unpaid for. It's to be ? new era in Garment selling of every description, and all o? them the most styl? ish, but ll?d to be sold by the makers, being at the end of their season. Sale of Ladies' Shirt-Waists, While lwlia Linon $1.00 ones for 65c. Hundreds of Beautiful Lawn Shirt-Waists, variety of Inco and embroidery tHmmed styles, made to *<>]I tip' to $1.08, for 08c. $3.60 nnd $4.00 Persia? Lawn Waists, $1.08. Mexican Drawn-Work Waists, sliould bo $0.00, for $2.48. $1.20 nnd Sl.fiO White Merce? rized Canvas Waisfs for 70c. Linen 'Jailor Waists, nil sizes, for $1.60. .$4.75 White Linen Waist for A Half of Store Full of Muslin Underwear, The greatest Im.ving lime ever in Richmond. Ladies' Drawers, torchon I rim? med ones, never sold fur le?? (han 40e.. for 25c. .300 do/en Ladies' Perfectly Mude. Well Sewed. Best Draw? ers ever sold for 25c, plnin or tuckandj loi*. Torchon Lace or Wide llem slitehe?...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

THREE SECTIONS. the'&V?M: ?88n.6B S: I WHOLE NUMBER. 15,267. HICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, JUNE 11,1903. LATE NEWS: WANT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. ?WASHINGTON, .Time 13,-Forceast for fiundny and Monday: Virginia?Pair, warmer Sunday nnd ?Monday; light west winds, becoming variable. North Carolin?-Fair, warmer Sunday, Monday partly cloudy, probably showers Jn west portions; varia bio winde. Chilly, but pleasant weather prevailed nil day yesterday. There was a shower of the smallest calibre, which scarcely wot the ?round, The prophets think It will bo fair and warmer both to-day ?nd to-mor? row. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. nV^::;:;:::::::::::::-::::::::::::::::-::M 3 P. M.69 ? g. M.RI e i\ m.ivi 12 midnight . 01 Average . fit Highest temperature yesterday.f?) ??ow??st temperatiiro yesterday.Ii2 Mean temperature yesterday.DO Normal temp?rature for June.76 1 lepa ri ii re from normal temperature.. 16 Precipitation during past 24 hours.T MINIATURE ALMANAC. .lune...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

ttje members of the board, and It Is sold there was not one pnrtlcle of partisan ?dvooscy of any nun for the position of president The whole effort seems tai "be to do the best, possible thing for the university, nnd ever*- member of board ?eems to"realize bis grave responsibility. OREAT INTEREST HERE Richmond People Manifest Deepest Concern Over Election at University. An opportunity presented Itself yes Urday Afternoon to dlsclo*?? how deeply Interested In the University of Virginia ?re the people of Richmond and how close to their hearts Is the welfare of this Institution, representative of the State's great past, Its pride In the pres? ent, find Its hope In the future. The Richmond alumni, es can be said of few l?rice eitles where the former stu? dents of the university ?re present In nnv great number, had tio candidate. They expressly said so In resolutions idopled about a week nco. nnd no their Interest was In the Institution rather Ihnn In the man. Telephone call after rail c...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

TABLET IN BLANDFORD Historic Incident In Conncc tlon With Church. EMBEDDED IN MARBLE Klshlneff Meeting to Take Place this Afternoon?Keeper oi a Gambling House Fined?A Girl Arrested and Returned to Richmond. (Bpeclnl tf, ThB Tlmpi-Dlipfitrh. I PETERSBURG, VA., June 13.?A Rev? olutionary tabloi fc to ho placed In Bland ford Church by the Frances Bland Ran? dolph Chapter, Daughters of the Ameri? can Revolution. Tho contract has been awarded to Mr. Charlos M. Walsh, of this city. Major V. R. Lasslter, at the request of the chapter, wrote tho following Inscrip? tions: In memory of the Patriots who planned, upheld and nchleved tlie Indepen? dence of tho United States, 1771-1781, On the 20th of April, 17R1. In defense of this city, upon the fleldB overlooked by this church, a small band of Virginia militiamen, com? manded by Baron Steuben, bravely, but Ineffectively confronted an overwhelming force of British regular troops, ?'ommanded by General Wm. Phillips. The opposing general, dying s...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

TEMPERANCE Programme for the Sl?te Con? vention in July. GOV. AYCOCK ACCEPTS Will Speak at the Celebration of the Completion of the Raleigh and Cape Fear Railroad?Many Divorces Granted ?ii Wake County. (Special to Tii'! Tlnies-nisp-.tch.) RALEIGH, N. C, June 13.?-Manager 3. \V. Bailey, of the North Carolina Aritl Pnliaa.ii League, Issued to-day an otil?la! outline programme for the State temper am:?- convention to be hold here July Tth. Tlie following nro among the questions t?a bo discussel: Law enforcmfient. the Watts net, bow .shnll we Ruppress illicit fllstillerios? elections In cities and towns, jiractlc.il workings' of Stale and locul ?antl-pailoon leagues, what Biiall bo dono with the drunkards? shall we have a field man? The Asheboro Canning Company, of Ashcboro, Randolph enmity, was nuthor tered to-day with ?2?.000 capital author? ized. Elijah Moltitt is designated as principal ngont. GOVERNOR TO SPEAK. Goveronr A y cock to-day accepted an In? vitation to speak at Ulllngton...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

"COTE DAY" NOJYIORE The Sovereigns Begin to Re? alize What They Will Miss. WILL CONTINUE TO COME The Effect on Rural Politics Will Be Groat?The Gravel Along the Shoro at Colonal Beach in Demand Because of Its Fine Quality. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) COMUIIN, VA., June 13.?The abolition of the County Courts Is regarded moio eerlouHly and Is being discussed more generally now than at any timo since tho faubject was considered and acted upon by the Constitutional Convention, it looks us If tho country folks are Just beginning to realize that the tlme-honoraed -and pop? ular Institution "must go sure enough." It Is hard to find a rural citizen any? where In this section of the State wh'i has not attended County Court twelve times a year nearly all his life, and It Is equally as hard to find one who do^es not consider this regular atterftlance upon the monthly court tho most pleasant privilege of free citizenship. Only a small percentage of tho people ever have business In court, o...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

? W? Flnr* F Hfe An Episode in Career LsllC 1 UT mil G nf an Ocean Outlaw By COL, RUSH FORD THIBEAU. AUTHOR OF "NABOBS AND KNAVES," "SEALED LIPS." ' BLUE BLOOD AND RED," ETC.ETC. Copyright bj- Author. CHAPTER I. Tin? DESERTERS. "What do you make of her, Ben**' "I dunno, lad; I'm Wowed If I do. "But what do you thlnk?" "Wal, o? a matter o' mere think Isd, I'm a bit suspicious," admitted 1 Logan, drawing his brawny, bare f< i arm across his grizzled beard and mo? "So am I. Ren, for a fact." "But that's nut her here nor there. 1 In these 'ere waters nnd these 'ere Hi there's bo d-wl friany rascally crafts ab that sv.MPlcions alono don't hurt mtl The srovernment ir too busy lookln at her rebels ashore jest now, lad. to^g much time to strnnger crafts afloat." "That's true, Ben. Still, to my eye, vessel ha? a rakish look." "Aye, lad, she has." assented the h man. "8ho's as clean cut n.s a whls and her spars are like spider's web. 'L en o'clock, lad. Let's haul to for a o' t*8t." To the...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

Wh?-i Wa/ Done Last Week In ThLr Great World of Our_/\ j?merican J?ffatrs, POSTAL SCANDALS EXTENDING. As "soon as President Roosevelt re? turned to Washington the postal scan? dals wero discussed at a special meet? ing of the Cabinet, arid tho President or? dered the Investigation to have the widest scope, sparing no one. Since then rumor has been busy with tho narno of H. H. Rand, confidential secretary of Postmns ter-Oencral Payne, because of his inti? mate connection with A. W. Machen In certain mining enterprises. Indictments have been found against the Oroff Pros. In connection with tho Machen bribery case. Two more clerks in the free de? livery division, T. W. McGregor and C. E. Upton, have been arrested on tho chargo of accepting bribes of a Baltimore leather concern, 'this makes seven men | definitely accused so far. PRESIDENT AT HANNA WEDDING. 1'resldont Roosevelt and his daughter, Alice, wero among tho large number of\ prominent guests at the Cleveland wed? ding of Miss Ru...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

MORE MEN IN COUNCIL Manchester Politicians Are Eagerly Looking Around. STREET-CAR MEN REPLY Take Notice of the Action of the Board Death of an Infant?Big Excursion to Beach Park?Elks' Meeting. Chicken Thief?Personal. Manchester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 No. 1102 Hull Street. J Members of tho Council and politicians .generally are figuring on tho possibilities of new men In the Council Incidental to the constitutional increase of membership In the lower branch of that body. By the next meeting of the Council City Attorney Clopton will have examined the a law on tho subjnet and will be ready to give his opinion In reference to the matter. It is quite likely that one additional Councilman will be chosen from each ward, making the total membership six? teen, four from each word. CAR MEN REPLY. There was some result from the reso? lution of the Board of Aldermen which was passed on Friday night In referenco to the street railway situation. In reply to that resolution, which was sent to th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

SITUATIONS WA.NTED?FEMALE. ?EE THIRD PAGE?Right Bottom Corner? .TBE-PEB OUTINO TOUR OrFBIt. _ ?WANTED, COOK and a home SERVANT? mult hive reference. Apply B17 Floyd 'wwe, WANTED, good N?RSE, -m-nitng- to ttka trip In the nvmntnlns. Apply promptlr H-1* East Franklin Street. ID PER HUNDRED for addressing envelope?, fiend dime nnd stump for full Instructions: steady work. C. E> MILLER ft CO., Ely Bldg,, Chicago. / WANTED, SITUATION?Young lady teacher desire? position a? governesn ?at companion: reference?. Address M. I*., 110 Tall/ott Ato., Green?burg, Pa. TOUNO LADIES everywhere, ecapy letton, home evenings, $0.150 week, fiend ada-lreps.il euve lope- f<.r particular*. MANAGER, Dipt. S, 100, Box llll, Philadelphia, Pa. LADIES everywhere, copy letters, horns even In??, return to us; new plan, fiend addressed envelope, full p?rttrii|tlr?. OUARANTEB CO., Dcpt. s, 10O, Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED, settled white WOMAN to assist in general housework, family of three: good hi?Bje to right ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

AUCTION SALES?MONDAY. By N. W, BOW?*. Real ?Estate/Auctioneer. Fairmount Building Lots THE MOST ATTRACTIVE IN THAT BEAUTIFUL AND WELL-SHADED SUBURB BY AUCTION. I ?m Instructed hy tho Ffvlrmoiint I-and Company to soil by auction, on tho premises, on THURSDAY. J?NK 11, 1008, nt r>o'clr>a.-k P. M? about FIFTY MOST DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS, In Its hea?tlful and well-sh.ided subdivision, nnd located on Twentieth, Twenty first, Twenty-second iitul Twenty-third Streets. This offering will embrace some of tho beet lots In that liviility, and bidders tuny attend wltn tlio assurance thilt every lot- offered will be sold .M?" Lots bought nt, tho auction snlo last month havo, In some Instances, l*flon disposed of by the purchasers nt largo profits, nnd this offering pr?sents the mine opportunity. TKK.MS; Liberal and at, salo. N. W. BOWE, Auctioneer. POSTPONEMENT. On account of rain, the above sale Is postponed until MONDAY (Juno 16th) AT 6 O'CLOCK P. M. >>'- W. BOWK, Autloneor. Raoul...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

HOME-MADE TEACHERS Splendid Graduating Class at Female Normal School. DAISY CHAIN 100 YARDS The School Strengthened by the Addi? tion of New and Accomplished Ed? ucators?Comprehensive Plans for Another Year. (Bpeclal to The Tlmos-Dlspatch.) FARMVILLE, Juno 13.?The nineteenth fiucqessful session of the State Female Normal School came to an end on Wcd desday. June 10th. mo commencement exercises began Sunday by a sermon to the graduating class by Mr. McAUUt/er at the Presbyterian Church. Tho clase play, "Tho Business Meet? ing," was presented Monday night to n crowded house, This nan followed by a aeries of attractive living pictures, rep? resenting tho close of school life. . The most unique entertainment of com? mencement waa daisy day, celebrated on the campus at 6 o'clock Tuesday after-, noon. A fascinated audience watched th?) long linos of graceful maidens In titelt? beautiful march, bearing two large d&lslos chains a hundred foot long. Tho graduating exorcises took place We...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

THE WORK IS NEARLYOVER Supreme Lodge. Knights of Honor, Adjourn Tomorrow. PRESENTATION TO HOPE Well-Deserved Honor Paid to Popular Richmond Minister; Also to fvlrs. Curry ? Tho Business ?? . , Yesterday. By noon to-morrow the business o? the Pupreme Lodge. Knights of Honor, now in annual convention here, will bo com? pleted, tnid the body will adjourn to nteot two years hence In Atlanta. On the whole, tho mooting has proved to of the most pl?itsaht In the history of thr body. Tho visitors arc pleased with the town and the arrangements mude for them, and tho sessions them r-elves havo l-eon entirely harmonious. A great deal of important business has l-een trans.ir.led and several Interesting ?natters have been disposed of. To-day ?the Lodge will attend services at the Second Baptist Church; to-morrow- It- . will install officers and adjourn. The Business Yesterday. The session yesterday was marked by the Announcement of another death of a prominent me.mbcr of tho order. A strange coi...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION THREE SECTIONS *??. ^ViS AS?S ?3 I WHOLE NUMBER, ?6.26?. TH1L DISPATCH, FOUNDED 1850 PJCHMOND VA., SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 1903. PBICE FIVE CENTS. SUPERSTITIOUS CLAUDE IS BAFFLED BY A HOT-AIR SPOOK It all becan when the clothes were set out without a chain. '.I'm easily suited," murmured Claude, "1*11 take it without trying on." He was so oreoccuoied he failed to see or hear the irate clothier, "Wnri't T rtir a a?AAxr Az<:\*, in.mnrrt** ihn'**' ? Tus' es I'd given up hopes of a Spring suit, too." "Laws I wisht it was to-morrer now. I hates ter wait." "Land salte? is rl.s a r.,ot,fma.v: ? Tt'c alii/?? It' "Wow! Heb! It's after rne ! " Crash I "Officer hev dey ketched dat ehost yet?"

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

NUGGETS OF M WAR Losses of the Two Armies Upon Some Great Fields. MOSBY AND HIS BRAVE MEN Erroneous Impressions Concerning Them?Bounty-Jumpers? Person? al Reminiscences and Anec? dotes of the War. (Written for Tho Times-Dispatch by W. B. Conway, M. D., Athens. Oa.) Virginians, and especially tho old Con? federates In the State, enjoy reading articles about tho civil wnr. Informa? tion direct from an humblo participant In that groat struggle for Southern In? dependence .If. always sought for, espe? cially when coming from ono who Jtnowfi whereof he speak.?. His personal en? counters and reminiscences, reinforce?! by extracts from the works of Southern historlnns, should be worthy of consid? eration when truth and justice ari? hacked by flg.uros, and there Is a dispo? sition to rio Justice to both sides. In my articles heretofore I have endeavored to deal fajrly with those who wore the blue. As nn evidence thereof, I received a short time ago a letter from a gen? tleman who fought on ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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