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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

Uncle Sam's Farm on General Robert E. Lee's Arlington Estate. <Speeln! Correspondence of The Tlmes Dlspatch.) WASHINGTON. D. C, June 13.-One ?f tho tnoBt famous farms In tho United (States Is being conducted by Uncle Sam, a genuine horny handed farmer, on n portion of the historic estate formerly the hnme of Oonrr.il Hobert ?, I.ee. Two hundred acres are set apart for fnrmliiR operations, thn rema Inder of the estate helng tho National Military Cemetery, where aro burled 1G.OO0 Union soldiers who lost their lives during the war be? tween the States. A few of the Custls nnd I.ee ancestors are also hurled In nn obscure portion of Arlington. Uncle Rum Is not r-ngageil In farming for bis own profit, but for the benefit of the farmers of the entire country, who will he given the results of the experience; of the most ?xpert agriculturalists In 1 bo country, who ?re In tho employ of the government and who managn the farm. For more than a year laborers have been engaged In clearllng the...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

FAIR SEX GAMBLING London Is Mad on the Subject of Bridge Whist. MAY START A CRUSADE, Queen May Issue a Quiet Decree?The Prince of Monaco Tumbles Off His Motor-Car?Americans In? vade England. BY PAUL LAMBETH. (Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch, Copyright 1903.) LONDON, June 13.?The mania for bridge whist has so permeated London ?oclety and its victims are so numerous that a crusade Is being wafted against it in high quarters. It Is expccK-d thnt Queen Alexandra ainy quietly issue a decree nsainst gamb? ling among the people of her set, Tho crusade against the evils of bridge Is llmely. It is not an exaggeration to say that It has wrought not only moral but finan? cial ruin in the highest circles of Eng? lish society. Innumerable bankruptcies have been attributed to bridge, while many women und even girls have compromised thon?* relves by permitting themselves to ' owe men large sums for bets lost at bridge that they wero unable to pay. Tho present bad manners of London ?oclety. whi...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

HYSICAL? culture In Its most scientific form Is found In that stylo of wrestling' known as Cumberland and Northumber ,,..,.,T,r land. ' This Is duo to the fact that a fall In Cumberland and Northumberland mast be gained from one hold, which must be kept under all circumstances until Hie bout ends. In view of this dis? tinctive featuro of Cumberland and Northumberland, it can be easily be real? ized that every bit of physical and men? tal Ingenuity possible on tho part of the contestants must be brought into play both In off?mslve and defensive work. This ono holds bars all ground wrestling; every fall must be made from the feet. As a result, the agility de? manded la even greater than in energetic catch-as-catch-can. Indeed, such activity on the feet is required, In order to avoid tripping, that tho wrestlers must dance around continually. As a test of alertnaoss, endurance and powers of breathing, Cum? berland and Northumberland is In the first class. By reason of the one hold that...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

Some Touches that Tell in the American GirVs Smart Dressing. This Season's Gowns Alore Distinctive Than Ever. ARE STRIKINGLY ORIGINAL The Way the Trimming is Manip ulated the Color Combinations and Little Smart Touches Give the Cachet to the Entire Costume. Always, always something new Is the cry of the American girl. To Introduce In her dress some little, new. different ioilc.b is l-.ci particular delight, and It would seem tliial this year, more than ever before, she wns succeeding; for never lin.re her gown.? for every time of ti.iy been so strikingly -disllncti'i-e and original. To be sure. I hey nil show more jr less the sumo outline?t he skirt with Its clinging effect Over the hips nnd Its g?n? erons fulness toward tli<* hem. the broad shoulder with Invariably ils cape effect, nnd the sleeves wit 11 their flowing fullness below I he elbow. But It Is the way the trimming is manipulated, the color combinations that are Introduced, and the little smart touches which really giv...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

? * AN___ I ? Hour With New Books. 3__. _..A.?ly-^/a"?A/-v?.?,*V'*%?'*Vl.r??/'V4,/^^ ff S ff ] ff i o<sn?r??o-r THE TRIUMPH OF LIFE. Written 1 William Farquhar Pa.yson. publish? by Harper & Brotbcre. of New Tor! . For wale by the Bell Book and 8ti tionery Company. Price, U.M. "The Triumph of Life" Is ft book so et Hroly awny from the ordinary line of ?tli tlon. so filled with contradictions, and r entirely a mixture of good and bad, thr ?iscrimlnriUng criticism of It prescntR (omowhat complex and difficult problen Tt takes up the old rjuestlon of tli final nature of humanity, the good nu evil thot Is personified In every huma soul, with Ihe struggle between tho tw for the mastery. The good end evil In "Tho Triumph C Ufe" Is represented In the guise of tw women, one lifting a manly nature t Its grentcst effort In achievement and It highest plane In morality; the other *eel< Ing to debase Intellect nnd enslave It t sensuous enjoyment. Good and not ev triumphed, but the alrug...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 June 1903

DER CAPTAIN ISS REALLY SMART. THE TH?lLLlN? SUBMARINE. ADVENTURES OF ALPHONSE AND GASTON. Assisted by Their Friend Leon, They Search for a Sunken Treasure Chest. In Three Chapters. Chapter 3. SYN0F3IS: Alphonsezand^Oaston.'went below the surface of the sea hi diving suits to bring up a chest full of sunken treasure. While they were bowing?each insisted upon doing the work hlrneeifer-thev were gobbl?l~up''bij two'sharks. The -*..-.?.:?:_ __AJ__._i ?... _^^'.? _.. j j_-.~-.* A 7v,7-o^.oa rrytrl CUia/nn.llpre ftnff*. Rll.f f?li? +t0rt: til n -in p y, t n /-*.*,','7. at o >> ?/??*#?/f. i h #*-m nvtrt. h ?*r0 a**a/M, nvx. 'Ciaatrielal. tufa?, hv *V. T? ltMr.1 eirm.t Tlrltaln ?i'r'ia. n.-,~v.?

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 16 June 1903

ma^WSMt? I WHOLE NUMBER. 16,268. RICHMOND, YA,, TUESDAY,.I UNE 10, ?OO.'J. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. "WASHINGTON. Juno la-,.-Foro?nst for Tuesday and Wednesday' Virginia?-Fair, warmer Tucfday; Wed? nesday fair; light west to northeast ?winds. TVortli Carolina-Fair Tuesday and Wed? nesday; light north to northeast winds. Chill hut pleasant Wo? the atmosphere ?yesterday, the day resembling ono In tho curly ??art of Octohcr. To-day inir ?weather Is again expected, and it will probably bo som?wbni warmer. BTATK OF THE THERMOMETER, ? A. M. K 32 M.70 a r. m.is R P. M. (A ? i'. M.a 32 midnight . C3 Average . 671-6 Highest temperature yestcrdny.73 Lowest iemii?rainro yesterday. <k Mean tomporaturo yesterday . 'H Normal temperature for June.75 Departure from normal temp?rature, 11 2'roclpltntlon during past 21 Hours.... V) inNiATtrrtE almanac. June 1?, "90S. Pun rises.4:|'i | HIGH TIDE. Run facts. 7:81 I Morning.y-.SO Moon risos. .,11:35 I S venins.?*27 RICHMOND....

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. — 16 June 1903

SURPRISING CONDITIONS Only About Half the White Men of Fauquier Registered POLITICIANS ARE PUZZLED New Conditions Havo Entirely Upset All Their Bases of Making Calcula? tion??Some Opposition to the New Constitution. (From a Staff Correspondent.) WAKKENTON, VA., Juno 15.?It will be a surprise to many Virginians to know thai only about one-balf the qualified while votera Of Kauquicr county arc on tho now registration books. This statement was made to mo to-day by a county official. I could scarcely credit the assertion, but he 6howcd me tho figures. They did not fully corroborate his declaration, but they did show that nearly fifty per cent. of the white mon on thn old poll-books did not get on to the new. When asked for a reason for this, the official referred to said: "Under tho now Constitution Fauquier 5s an overwhelmingly white county, but there was and Is great opposition to tho now Constitution hero. Our peoplo wero not willing to undertake to pass tho or dral of an cxntnlnatlo...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 16 June 1903

MANCHESTER GRADUATES All Schools Closed for the Session Yesterday. COUNCIL MEETS TO-NIGHT Subcommitteo on Streets and Election Committee Meet?Marriage Last Night ? Celebration on St. John's Day?Personal. Manchester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspatch, I No. 1102 Hull Street. J Manchester's public schools cloned for the term yesterday, interesting ceremo? nies were gone through with, nnd there wan a largo attendance of parents and Interested spectators. Professor S. C, Mitchell, of Richmond Collego, made I ho address, with his theme, "The High School and Its Usefulness nnd Impor? tun?e." It wns a very fino address. Dr. T. P. Matliows delivered the diplomas. Among thoso who occupied prominent plac?.*s were Members of the Board Shot well, Phillips, llndil, SiiellliiKR and Dr. MathcwH, Clerk \V. M. Llps?pmb, Revs. Drlscoll, Fix, Crldlln, B?ldy, Superintend? ent D. \j. Piilllani and Rev, Dr. Rudd, a ?nlwilonnry from Porto Rico. The programme embraced several splen? did songs and the liyrnn, "Goal lie ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 16 June 1903

The Times-Dispatch t*ublished Dnflj* wid Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Vo, Ent?red January 27, 1P03, at HJehmond, Va., fis Second Class ??ntter, under Act of Conjrress 0f March 8, 1970. the DAILY TIMESrDISPATCH is ?old nt 2 cents a eopv. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is lold nt 5 cents n copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH bv mail? 80 cents a month; .?5.00 a year, $2.50 for ?lx months; Sl.iiO for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail ?2.00 n venr. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. In chiding- Sunday, in Richmond nnd Man? chester, by Carrier, 12 ce??s per week, or 50 centa ppr month. The SUNDAY.TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 renfs per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. AH Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected CommnnieniionB will not be M turned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Oilico nt T. A. Miller's, No. BIO East Broad Street. ?*? . -- TUESDAY. JUNE 15, 190S. Prom Juno 1st tho prtoo of Tho Tlmes Disp&tch, delivered by cinrrler within tho ?corporate li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 16 June 1903

HAWTHORNE MAKES REPLY A Vigorous Answer to tho Catholic Priest. A RELIGIOUS FANATIC So the Pastor of Grove-Avenue Re ' gards tho Priest, Who, He Says, Ex? hibited but Poor Tasto al the Corner-Slono Laying. Orovc-Avonuo Church was crowded yes? terday with neoule of all denominations who desired to hear Dr. J. B. Haw? thorne s reply io Father Pardow's ser? mon delivered on the occasion of the ?iv tig <>f Hie cornerstone or the new c?itiierir.-ii h, Richmond. Ills text was: other foundation can no mim lav than that which Is laid, which is Jesus Christ." He snld, In part: "I ?in sometimes asked how much error n man may hold to and bo saved. My ;in Fwor Is, that he may cling to much specu? lative error nnd yet see nnd enter tho Kingdom of God. in his Intellectual con? ceptions of Christ he mav be remote inani the truth In many particulars with? out serious peril to his soul. If he re? cognizes and appreciates the fact that ho is a lost sinner and look's to Christ us the only Saviou...

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. — 16 June 1903

OCEAN VIEW WIDE OPEN Norfolk Ministers Call Judge Portlock's Attention to It. SECOND CROP BERRIES The Yield ts Remarkable, and the Qual? ity the Finest of the Season?A Boy Fall? from a Swing and Breaks Both of His Legs. (Special to The TlmMi-Plcpatch.) NORFOLK, VA., June 15.?John Baker, ot South Norfolk, fifteen years old, fell from a swing yesterday and broko both legs above the knee. Ilo waa swinging very high when lie lost grip nnd fell. He was brought to tho hospital hero to iay, and Is likely to recover. The Methodist ministers' me-etlng to-day passed resolutions referring to the wlde ?pen condition of liquor selling at the Ocean View resort on Sunday, and calling on tho county authorities to save tlio day from such desecration. They resolved to send a copy of the ?resolutions to Judge Portlock, who grnnts the licenses for liquor selling in Norfolk county. The ministers offer to furnish ?witnesses to testify in court against the violators of the laws. - SECOND CROP STRAWBERRIES...

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. — 16 June 1903

BARRINGER JvESIGNS ?Dr. James Morris Page Ap, pointed to Fill Vacancy. ?SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED No Gossip Concerning the New Presi? dent?The Washington and Jeffer? son Literary Societies Have Their Annual Celebration. (Special to The Times-Dispatch,) CHARLOTTB8VILLE, VA., June 18. \'!iq Hoard of Visitors of tbo University Of Virginia met this morning In regular lesalon, with every mtrnher pr?sent. Dr. Paul 13. Uarrlnger tendered his r?*slgna ilon as chairman of the faculty, to tnko < ffect at once, nnd the hoard appointed Dr. James Morris Page, dean of tbo Aca ?emlc Faculty; to fill 1I10 vacancy. Dr. "larrlnger, It Is understood, has engage? ments for tho summer months, which prevented him from continuing In office until tho inauguration of a president of Ulli lr.Hilillla.il. SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED. Jesse Wright Downey, Jr., of New Mar hot, Md., was appointed to the Uirely l cliolarshlp. founded upon tbo bequest of 1ho lato Mrs. Evnleiia Heevers Ulraly in laonor of her husband, Valent...

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. — 16 June 1903

SERVIA HAS A NEW KING Parliament Chooses Kara georgovltch With Acclaim. PEOPLE WELL PLEASED Greet the Announcement With Salvos of Che?rs, and a Salute of 101 Guns ??Firad?Now King Has Wired His Acceptance. (Bj Associated Prens.) BELGRADE, SEKVJA, Juno 16.?Prince Peter Karageorgovitch, at l_:l? P. M., was unanimously elected King of Servia by the Senate and Skuptschlna. in Joint session. Tho presiding officer of the Joint ees al?n of the Servian Parliament proposed tho election of Prliico Peter. Loud cheers greoted tho proposal, which wore re? peated on tho announcement that tho vote waa unanimous. Tho Minister of Justice haslonod to tho balcony and an? nounced the fact to tho waiting crowd. The people received tho notification with ?alvos of cheers, and a royal ??iluto of one hundred and one guns was fired. CUT AND DRIED. Long conferences vero held between the ministers und deputies on Sunday night and all this morning. These re? sulted In a cut and dried programme, whloh went throu...

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. — 16 June 1903

GREATEVENT AT O?. I. Unveiling of New Market Mon? ument a Notable Occasion. REUNION OF EX-CADETS The Commencement this Year at the In? stitute to Boa Mcmoriablo One. June 2l-24th to Be Reo-Letter Days In the Instituto Calendar, The reunions of old cadets at the an? nual commencement exercises of the Vir? ginia Military Institute are always Irn memsely enjoyed by those who attend thorn, but this year the gathering there will be a memorable one In the history of tha famous Institution. The central point of Interest will be the ?Icdlcatlon and unveiling of the mon? ument, "Virginia Mourning Her Dead," which has been handsomely executed and Rftnerously presented by Sir Moses E_e Itlel, of Rome, Italy, la memory of the herolo sac#flco made by the corps of cadets on tho field of New Market, on May 15th. 1804. The horolsm of those youths has never he?:n Burpassed. Their alma mater Is proud of It, and every man who has ever worn tho cadet uniform Is proud of It, and. If possible, Is going 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. — 16 June 1903

SET-BACK FOR PRICES Level Sank Lower and Lower During the Day. CLOSING HEAVY ATLOWEST Principal Stocks In Which Bulk of Trad? ing Occurred Lost All Iho Way from Two to Three Points. , Money Was Easier, fiy AssocJntPd Press, NEW YOKK. June IS.?Frlcos of BOcurl tlcs had a decided backset ?a a result of to-day's tracJIng. l'rossuro ?lovolopeil from tho outset ?ind with out yoccaslonal halts and small fractional rallies, tho level of prices sank lower throughout tho day nnd the closing waa heavy at tho lowest. Tho sto<_ts In which tho great Juulk of tho trading occurred have lost all the way from 2 to 8 points from 8at Bturday's lovoL This Includes tlio prin? cipal coalors, grangers, Pnclflcs nnd Bouthwesterns. Tho question whether tho markot was on tho ovo of a. rovlvnl of Bpeculntlon for tho advance, was thus decisively answered and thoro was a cor? responding- relapso in prevailing; Bentl enent about the Stock Exchange into tle BPondoncy and apprehension. London took part In tho s...

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. — 16 June 1903

HELP WANTED?FEMALE. .WANTED, Fem?lo Stenographer, able to In? crease h"i* Income by na?lnc ra machine 20 in 40 per cent, speedier than tho rest, ond on ???count of up-to-date fcnliares must turn out Jieflcr work with lesa) mentad mi'l J>liyi?l?:?l efr?rt. Adalreias 0L1VKR HTANDARt) V?SI BLE 'VHITUn. Richmond. ,^ANTED, ft ladv Stenographer ?nal Book-keeper. Address, ?(t.tliiB experience, STEADY, care 1hl? office. HELP WANTED?MALE. WANTED, ft reglstorod or registered assistant pharmacist. Address HAiiity SMITH; 4ai ?Jolley Avenue, Norfolk, y*. WANTED, non-union PRINTERS on tntiuUr ?riaark; :i0 ?-?ni? per hour; slcody employment. DAUBY PRINTING CO., Washington, I). 0. WANTED, a SAWYER for otrcular mill, cutting fiom 8.IXV) la) lf?.OOO feet por dsy; n meady Job nnd good pay to right man; xrimlol ?iImo a Fore man f?.r tho woods to look sft?r loading wag oii? nnd keep team?. Address B.. V. O, Dot 03, Newport Now?, Va. WANTED, ft registered or registered assistant DHla'OOIKT: ?Ingle, av...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 16 June 1903

Miller ? Rho?ds. Miller ? Rhoads. PONGEE'S AND PONGEE ROBES This is truly a Pongee season, novor in the history of our busi? ness hare ire sold as many Pongees as \ro have this spring. Pongees for Waists, Pongees for Skirts, Pongees for Coats, Pongees for Dressy Gotybs, Pongees for Carriage Gowns. Shantung Pongees 27 inchns wide-.-$1.00 33 inches wide-.?._._?--.. ..._?-1-$1.50 $1.50 Shantung Pongees For $1,00 (With embroidered dots, and rows of very fino tucks In between the ?Jots, our reirular Jtf.60 grade for f?i.00 por yard. Only two pieces left one ?with Navy Dota mid the other with Green Dote. 75c. Striped Pongees For 59c. 21-lnches wide, only three piece?. Pongee ground?, ono with Blue, one with Turquoiso and one with Brown Stripes. One regular T5c quality now BOc. yard. 75c. Striped Tussah 39c. Pongee grounds with ctrlpos of "White, Black and Blue only throe pieces. Regular 75o. qunllty to closo at 3!)o. per yard. Three Very Handsome Pongee Robes All of them this reasons newe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 June 1903

m&M iSffltt ft I WHOLE NUMBER. 16,26 9 THE DISPATCH, RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS THE WEATHER. ?WASHINGTON. June. ?.--Forecast for Wednesday and Thursday: Virginia.?Fair Wednesday! warmer In extreme southeast portion. Thursday fair; light winds, mostly north. North Carolina?Generally fair Wednea ?ay and Thursday; variable winds. The weather yesterday was warmer and muro pleasant than it has been for somn days past. though It Is still cooler than Is usual at this season of tho year. To-day nnr) to-morrow fair wcathT Is promised, and warmer weather Is promised also by the prophets. ? STATE OP TUB TI1ICRMOMETER. f ?. M. .... ??, 12 M. .' . , 7? a ?. ?.;.?, ? ?. ?. y* ? ??. ?.t? 12 midnight. 03 Av?ra sto . 73 1-.1 Hiebest temperatine yesterday...M T/owost. temperatura yesterday. M Mean temperature yesterday. "o Normal temperature for .lime.7S # Dopafturc from normal temperature.. 0o Precipitation durine past 24 hours.... 00 MINIATUR...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 June 1903

united in ? hcnrly cheer. Thnt Is th? impression the President made on Char kmesvillo. THE DAY'S PROCEEDINGS f he President Makes a Winning Speech to ? Groat Crowd. (Special fumi ? Si aft On-respondent.) CHARLOTTES VILLE, VA., Juno Jfi. tho President's train flrvived nt 12:10 f'clock, forty minutes late. Tho Reception Committee, composed of University nlum Eil, liad been laopt informed of the inove r.ont of the tniln, nnd tho members had Imo to attend liie meeting of tho Alumni Association. The President was mot by k committee of six, headed by Dr. Paul B. Barrlngcr, chairman of the faculty; George W. Morris, R, T. W. B?ke. Jr.. James P. Harrison, of Banville; Raleigh C. Miner and .lohn W. Pishburn. Tho party was composed of the Presi" doit, .Mrs'? Roosevelt, Surgeon-General Blxoy. Assistant .Secretary of Stato ?,??????. Robert S. MeCormlck, ambassa? dor to Rustia, npd wife; Secretary Loeb ind wife. The Mnnticello Guards, coinnianded by Captain Thomas P. Peyton, wero at the station ...

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