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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 June 1903

Tate Spring' Water Entirely different from all other mineral waters. The only natural epsom water of considerable strength in Amer? ica. The water is pre-eminently alterative and restorative. It is the only water known having such a combination of magnesium and iron and is a wonderfully effective tonic. Cures Dyspepsia, Nervous Diseases, Insomnia, etc. A Specific in stomach, liver and kidney- troubles. Beneficial in blood poisoning*. Cures female diseases. Shipped from spring anywhere. Sold at lead? ing drug stores and soda founts. Large modern hotel open the year round. Write for free booklets, testimonials, prices, etc., about "The Carlsbad of America." THOS. TOMLINSON, Owner, Tate Spriatf, Tenn. FINE YEAR PASSES OUT Brilliant Audience Sees Rich College Session End. FIVE DEGREES CONFERRED One Receives an l_l_. D. and Four Oth? ers Are Made Doctors of,Divinity. College Diplomas Delivered by President?Medals Awarded At 10:30 o'clock lest night Dr. F. W. Boatwright pronounced at nn e...

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. — 17 June 1903

The Times-Dispatch Published Daily and Weekly at No. * North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1003, nt Richmond, Va., as Second Class Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ' The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH !? lold at 2 cent s a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH la ?old at ? cents a eopr. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail? 60 cents a month) $5.00 a year, $2.50 for nix mondisi $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail 12.00 a rear. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In? cludine Sunday, in Richmond nnd Man? chester, by Carrier, 12 cents por week, or 50 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, G cents per -week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATOH, 11.00 year. AH ?hsi<rnod Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. ?10 East Broad Street. ? WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1903. From June 1st the price of Tho Times Dispatch, delivered by carrier within tho corporate limits of Ri...

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. — 17 June 1903

BLOOMBERG NAMES FIVE Investigation Committee to Be Completed To? Day. A HIGH CLASS OF MEN President of Lower Branch Keeps His Promise, and Mr. Turpln Will Do Likewise?Will Proceed to Bus? iness Shortly, Thn proposed municipal Investigation, Which will be In tho nature of an Inquiry Into the methods of conducting the city's business In tho two branches of the Coun? cil, as well as In nil the departments, will likely begin In dead earnest about next Monday night. Mayor Taylor approved the ordinance calling for the Investigation promptly yesterday, and almost Immediately there? upon President Bloomberg, of the lower branch, announced the following mem? bers of the Joint committee: General Charles J. Anderson, of Mad? ison Ward. W. W. Morton, of Lee Ward. N. D. Hargrove, of Madison Ward. Edgar H. Fergusson, of Jefferson Ward. E. H. Sponce, of Monroe Ward. President Turpln, of tho Board, will nn nounco his four npolntrnents to-day, and the Joint body will probably hold a pre? liminary me...

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. — 17 June 1903

ADDRESS TO ALUMNI Governor of South Carolina at Washington and Lee. MADE ELOQUENT SPEECH Board of Trustees Met, But Transacted Only Routine Matters?Will To-Day Elect a Professor in Law Department. (Special to The Tlroee-Dlspnkh.) LEXINGTON. VA., June 18.?The an? nual meeting of tho Board of Trustees of Washington and Lee University was held this morning at 10 o'clock. There wero present Rev. Dr. G. B. Strickler, tho rec? tor, of Richmond, Va.; Rev, Dr. R. H. Fleming, of Lynchburg, Va; Rev Dr. E. C. Gordon, of Lexington, Mo.; Row A. H. Hamilton, of Augusta county, Vn.; C. D. Flshbtirne, of cimrlottesvlllo; Mr. 3. A. Preston, of Lowlsburg, W. Va.; Mr. L. H. Coeke. of Roanoko, Va.; Mr. A. TV. Gaines, of Chattanooga, Tenu.; Mr. J. S. Munce, of Richmond, Vii.; Judge TV. P. Houston. Mr. XV. A. Glasgow, Mr. A. T. ?Barclay, of Lexington, Va.; Wil? liam Ingles, Radford, Va. Only routlno business occupied tho Board of Trusteos, such as receiving nnd passing on reports. It Is expected that to-...

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. — 17 June 1903

WILL SPEND MUCHMONEY Cullford County Determined to Have Good Roads. SEWERS FOR GREENSBORO Aldermen Contract for Laying of Seven Miles of New Pipe?Three Thous? and Men to Be Employed All Summer?Kindergarten, (Special to The Timcs-Dlspatoh.) GREENSBORO, N. C, June ??.-??? Board of Highway Commissioners of Guil (ord pounty, who will namo the manage? ment of ths road Improvement of the pounty and tho disbursement of the $300, W of bonds recently voted, have already Iii-gun negotiations for the purchaso of three complete road machinery outfits. The county already has one, but the law requires that work bo carried on at four places simultaneously. it Is intimated [hat the machinery can be bought for ?d.000 each. The bonds are to run for thirty years. Bids will bo advertised for in a few days for four per cent, and also for five per con?, bonds, not from any fear of floating the four per cents, at par, for tho county does not owe a dollar of any kind, but to see If tho premium on the five ...

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. — 17 June 1903

HELP WANTED?FEMALE. -frANTED, young LADT'to play dime? munie at ?mail ?nmmor resort during the nimmer. Ad dret.^ with fall pnrticnlnr?, WATSON, Nlro Md Bull. V?. RANTED, a healthy whit? WOMAN for house Work: pood home; good wage?. Address Mr?. "G./1 Jlon Air. Va. Ranted, ? refined lady for th? specialty omino??. Addire? ACMB, raro this orfico. ?WANTED, a capable white WOMAN to make herself generally uscfnl In family with chil? dren nnd go north for summer; references re? quired. Address A. G. M., enre 1hl? office. H E L P~WA ? T'?~D^iM A L?^ j WANTED, n SAWYER for circular mill, cutting from 8.000 to 15.000 feo* per tiny; ? ?toady Job and good i>n>- to right mnn: wanted also ? For* mnn for the wood? to look after loading van On? nnd keep tonmn. Address 11.. P. 0. Boi ?G?. Knrpntt jfeWS, Vn. WANTED. Job ?nd label COMPOSITORS; steady? ?Ituntlon nnd best par given to Rood, steady mnn. ANDFIIPON-Lnncy. PTG. CO., ?8S8-'B8 East Franklin Street. WANTED. Spoke Sawyers: ?Ino men in Ben...

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. — 17 June 1903

THE RANGE WAS WIDE Closing Quotations Givo No Idea of the Fluctuations. NET GAINS ARE ALL SMALL They, However, Show Substantial Re covery from Low Point?Closing Was Firm, but Veyy Dull, and Near Iho Top Level. (Ry Associated Press.) NEW YORK. Juno 1C?? comparison of to-day's liu-l prices with, tho last prices last .night givea ?o Id'ca of the tvide fluctuations ma ile. The principal Upcculatlvo favorites this morning wero frinii 1 (o over 11 points lower than last night, nnd within a rango running lioin ? /ruction to batwean 1 and 'i points of tho low levo! touched on Wednesday last In muny casoB. The day's not gains, While generally small, therefore, reprc icnt a very silbsliuiti.il recovery from tho low point of tho day. Hut. when It was attempted to rush prices up lato in tho day to nnicli above hist night's level, prossuro to sell was renewed and prices again fell back. Tlio closing, however, w-iie firm, but very dull, ami near tlio top level of the day. It was evident also that...

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. — 17 June 1903

Miller ? Rho&ds. Miller & Rho&ds. China and Jap. Matting $7.60 a Roll. Very heavy weaves in little squares and oarpefc patterns. By the toll it only costs you 19o. the yard?Loss than a roll it's 23o. iOc BATISTE FOR 8 l-3c. Pretty Stripe?, Dots end Figures, printed on colored ?rounds. A pood 10a Cotton, that t?? are selling under price. 6 l-4c. LAWNS FOR 5c. Nothing prettier in Richmond New Walking Skirts mounted on a heavy roller that we ?will guarantee. Shades of this size and quality never sell for less than 50o. At 39o. these shades are values far beyond the ordinary. than theso dainty priuts in neat stripes and figures. IN THE BASEMENT. There's an unbleached Jeans for 6 l-4c, worth 9o. in full prices. These are 10 to 20 yard lengths and tho twill is especially fine. Cambilo, ft yard wide, Stylishly Made and Attractively Priced, Wlilte efcc. Bleaohed Cotton, a yard vrtde, ???. You'll find the Cotton to be a rery soft finish and the Cambrlo the finest made at this pri...

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. — 18 June 1903

THE ?iViikB?l88BBIB?8: I WHOLE NUMBER. 16,270. RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, JUNE 18,1003. PRICE TWO CENTS SUMMARY OF DAY'S KEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Juna 17.?Forecast for Thursday and Friday: Virginia?Fair Thursday; warmer in ex? treme went portion. Friday fair, warmer In north portion?, variable winds. North Carolina?Showers, cooler In cen? tral portion. Friday fair, warmer; varia? tolo winds. It w.Ts hotter lhan usual In Richmond yesterday, mainly because tho great mass of tlio ricopio were complied to walk. LiiRt night thero waa a shower, which laid tho dust and made the temperature delightful. Fair weather l3 predicted for to-day. STATE OF THEI i THERMOMETER. ? ?. M. G? J2 M. 7? ? ;? P. M.f-2 H P. M.S2 PP. M.f.H 12 midnight ..?. ?5 Averago . 731-1 Highest temperature yesterday.S3 Lowest temperature yesterday.\hi Mean temperature yesterday.72 Normal temperature for June.75 Departure from normal temperature.. ((? Precipitation during past 24 hours.... CO MINIATURE ALMANAC. .lune 1...

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. — 18 June 1903

E many a day. Main Street between 7 and I O'clock In I he morning, before wagon? were ifotten out, was a Ilvo nnd hustltnic ?ceno In the neighborhood of the Cham? ber of Commer?a und the postonico. Ve? hieles of all sorts and sizes wore called Into requisition and Into them scrambled aa many as would ordinary nil two of the samo. These, however, and those who owned carriages and buggies wero a for? tunate few. The others walked and walk? ed hard and laboriously, but withal, for a lime, at least, good naturedly. At dif? ferent stages of the trip groups would gather to discuss tho inerite o? the ques? tions Involved in tho strike. This was be? fore the heat of tho day had caused men to wobble along with their tongues hang? ing out. Somo of tlie philosophically* and the humorously disposed ga'i-e vent tp auch vastly amusing and utterly convul ?ing sallies as "Is walking good?" "Suy them's going to be a stroet car strike." "Look out or you'll get late," and othete of liko hue and descri...

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. — 18 June 1903

ALL QUIET IN MANCHESTER Strike Situation Taken Philo? sophically by the Citizens. A LINE OF CONVEYANCE If Necessary Will Run from Swansboro to Richmond?Funeral of Mr. W. H. Smith?New Court Room--Pil? grimage to Petersburg. Manchester Bureau TImes-DIspatch.l No. 1102 Hull Street. { Most or Manchester's shopping was dono at homo yesterday, and tho stores got a large share of tho trade that usual? ly goes to Richmond, Tlie absence of street cars from the streets gave to the city a business np pearance, for those who had been accus? tomed to ride, wero forced to walk, and nil day tho street?, especially Hull Street from Seventh to Swansboro, presented a busy scono. Good naturo prevailed everywhere. Ex pressions on tho merits of the strike were diversified, and many little friendly arguments wero created thereby. No laid humor showed Itself, and the result was awaited anxiously by all. Early In tho day Chief of Police Llpscomb was asked by the counsel for tho Passenger and Power Company ...

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. — 18 June 1903

The Times-Dispatch ?pnblfohed Dally find Weekly nt Xo. 4 North Tenth Street. Richmond, V*. Entered Jrimmry 27. 1003, et Riehmond, Vn., ?? Second Class Halter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. Rie DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH 1? ?old ot 2 er-nts a pony. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold nl 5 cents ? copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail? 60 cents ? Month : Sfl.OO a year. ?2.50 for six- month?: Sl.SO for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall S2.00 ? vear. Tho DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in? cluding Sunday, in Richmond nnd Man? chester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, or 50 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 confa per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 rear. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 510 East Broad Street. THURSDAY, 3TJNE 18, 3903. From Juno 1st the price of The Tlmes Dlepatch. delivered by carrier within the corporate limits of Richm...

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. — 18 June 1903

OFFICERS ARE CHOSEN ?' ? -. North Carolina Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias Elect. TWO SESSIONS WERE HELD Charles E. 8hlveley, of Indiana. Deliv? ered an Address on the Growth and Condition of the Order?Grand Bauquet Was Held. C . / O'pprlnl to The Tlmen-Minnlch.) WILMINGTON, N. C, Juno 17.-Two business sessione of the Grand Lodge, Knights of ? Pythias, were held to-day. Tho most Important proceeding of tho day was tho election of officers for the ensuing year, which re eultod aa follows: Supreme Representa? tive, It. H. Rlckert. Statnsvlllc; Grand Chancellor, William M. Lylon. Charlotte; Grand Vice-Chancellor, William V. Bob? ortson, Wilmington: Grand Prolate, B. Nooo, Plttsboro; Grand Keeper of Bo cords and Heals, W. T. Hollowoll, Golds boro; Grand Master of Excliequcr, John C. Mills, Rulhcrfordton; Grand Master at Arms, .7. F. Hurley. Concord; Grand Inner Guard, F. W. Miller, Waynesvllle; Grand Outer Guard, J. M. Bo/ettc, Allu? marlo. Supremo Vice-Chancellor Charles E. Bhlveley, of...

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. — 18 June 1903

THE PLOTTER OF THE SEAS Portrait of /Matthew F. Maury Presented the University. THE CLOSING EXERCISES Degrees Awarded and Prizes of the Year Given ? Cabell Scholarship Goes to Mr. John S. Flory, of Bridgewater, Virginia. (Sp?cial to The Tlmef-Dlspntcta.) CHAR_X5TTESVIM_E. VA., June 17. To-day marked the closing exercises of the (seventy-ninth session of the Univer? sity of Virginias At 11 o'clock. In the puhlic hall, a rep? resentative audience gathered to witness the exercises In connection with the pre? eentatlon of tho portrait of the distln rulshed Virginian, Commodore Matthew Fontaine Maury. Tho portrait, which Is the gift of Mr. O?hn I* Williams, one of tho moBt gen? erous of Hie alumni of the Institution, ?was painted by Mr. ?. ?G. Busey, of Cnr negie Hall, New York, and is a reproduc? tion of the one which now hangs in tho ?Westmoreland Club, Richmond. It is emid to be an accurate likeness of the Illustrious Virginian. -The presentation address, made by Pro? fessor William M...

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. — 18 June 1903

WEDDINGS IN THE STATE A Brilliant Society Event in Staun ton. YEAKLEY-RANSON WED'IMG Wflss Helena A. Favlll and Mr. J. M Richardson Are Married at Freder Icksburg?Mr. Wright Weds Miss Chewning. (8peclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) STAUNTON, VA., Juno 17.?A mar? riage which has been looked forward to with much Interest among tho Staunten t'ashiona hies took place at 0 o'clock to? night In the tastefully decorated Em? manuel Episcopal Church, when Miss Eleanor Stralth'Ranson, daughter of Cnp taln Thomas D. Ranson, became the bride of Dr. William Holmes Ycakley, Of Davis, W. Va. Tho church had been beautifully deco? rated with potted plants and cut flowers, and was lighted- by thousands of small candles. To tho strains of MendelBSohn's woddlng march the bridal party entered tho church nnd proceeded slowly up the left aislo to tho chancel, where thoy were met by the groom and his best man. Mr. Joseph Dennoy, of Stnuntpn. and the ceremony was performed by Rev. R. C. Jett, Toctor of Emmanuel ...

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. — 18 June 1903

HELP WANTED?FEMALE. ???-. ?. .? WANTED, young LADY to pl.y dance minio at turali tnmracr resort (luring tic rummer. Ad? dress, with full pnrtlcnlnrs, WATSON, Nlm rod Hull. Vu. ?WANTED, a flrst-olaae COOK to eooh ?nd wash for fiimlly of tiro. Apply nt 201 Runt Ornen Street. UtPII's: Oood pay, eaay work; your own locality, spare hours; lnrvstigntc. Address ACME, cure thin ?frico. RANTED, ? Christian WOMAN to cure for throe children from S A. M. nntll 0 G. M.i ..inry $10 per ?nnnth with bonrd. Apply nt ore? nfter 8 P. M. only nt 413 North Ninth fltreot. RANTED, A healthy -whlto WOMAN for houee work; good li?me; Rood wages. Address Mrs. "P.," fton Air, Va. .WANTED, ? refined LADY for the specialty business. Address ACME, core this office. HELP WANTED?MALE. ?G??????,? POSITIONS BECUREP?Wo can ?Mist vii-i tn securing ? desirable position: It mutters not where yon live or what your oc? cupation, profession or trade mny lie. Writ? trt dar Ifnd leant how. NATIONAL nufilNERa ?G?????G???? COMP...

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. — 18 June 1903

STOCKS WERE VERY DULL Operations Made Up of Pro? fessional Dealings. BONDS WERE IRREGULAR It Was Seen that Selling Orders Would Not Be CUiodged by the Decline of Prices and Bears Gave Over tho Effort. ..,.,? ,,'S? Abolii ter) Press.! ??>\\< YORK, June 17.-'l'i.-day's opein tloiis in stocks wero made tip almost wholly of professional operations of a testing character. Those seemed to de? monstrate to Uio satisfaction of the test? ers that the pock for sale was o b?l met on Hdvnnclng, nnd offering down nf pibes did not promise largo success In dislodging Belling orders. Tho consequence was a progressivn dullness In tho trading nnd sluggishness |n fluctuations In prices. This agrees with Ilio general expectation ot the) most experienced observers who saw In tin: sudden rally of last Thursday the natural course of a culmination of the long decline, and Hie short Interest cov? ered after the urgent liquidation had been complete, With the satisfaction ot this short InlcroHt prices b...

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. — 18 June 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller <_ Rho&ds. A Few Things Worth Remembering. That our Swiss Embroideries from I That we are selling Double Gauz 10 to 39c. are worth double these Silk Fans for 69c worth double amounts. that price. That our China Lamps ior $7.SO arc worth from SIO to $10.50. That the Children's Drawers at 15c ? pal?" are regular 25cgarments, as hundreds of customers can testify to. That the handsome Pongee Robes at half price are the most eco? nomically priced dresses in Richmond at this time. That we arc offering Striped Tus sah for 39c a yard that Is worth fee. That our Shirt- Waist Suits at $1.98 would cost you that much to have made. That we have men's Lace Sox for 25c that are regular SOo values. That our Wash Suits for children at $2.48 are worth from $4 to $6, That the new Parasols for $2 are worth from $4 to $4.50, and all of our other sample sun shades are priced in the same propor? tion. Soceai and i J*ersonai\ ^<^?<^><??^5>F<^?<??><^...

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. — 19 June 1903

fti&flM iSBBBSB lit: I WHOLE NUMBER. 16,271. THE DISPATCH RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 19053. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Juno l?.~-Forccaet for Friday nnd Saturday: Virginia?Partly cloudy nnd wnrmer Frl itjny. Saturday showers; variatilo winds. North Carolina? Fair Friday. Saturday partly cloudy, probably showers nnd cool? er; light winds, mostly oasi;. The temperature yesterday was not op TVi-sly'" although the sun showed con? siderable power during a portion of the day. After nightfall the mercury fell nnd it grow somewhat chilly. It will be part? ly cloudy and wanner to-day, according 1u predictions, ????? OF THE THBRMOMISTBR. ? ?. M.r,r, >a M.71 R P. M. 7? ' J'. M. 75 f P. M. US 12 midnight . f>l Average . 70 Highest temperature yesterday.7R? IjOwcsI Icmpornlurn yesterday........ M Sleali temperature yesterday. ?>8 Nomini ternperatyro fer J??no. 73 Departure from normal tempera lure.. 07 Precipitation during past l'i hours.......

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. — 19 June 1903

rolline of tho military is absolutely dis? credited fi'om every source. There wns nbsoliitely no semblnncc of muse for arch ? radical step, ? nil the matter has never been considered, The police ex? press themselves ns amply capable ot roplntr with the situation, nnd the stnto tnrii? of the company as to their service cdncldes with this assertion. The company, through one of Its ofTi e'sls, ??.?pressed fnlr satisfaction nt the Initial effort to run cars. The chief com? plaint wns as to the throwing: of missiles nt enr beyond ?he city limits. No offert was made 1n run tho cars nil day. or to mi'.ko the service more general, Just why thp company did not state. An official of the company, when asked for a statement as to the ?situation, said there wns nothing to givo out. General Manager Huff sent word to a reporte who called to ?ret a statement: "There Is nothing new. You know as much ns 1 do" Cthpr efforts to ??et ?? statement from ofurlals ns to the Intentions of the com? pany were ...

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