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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 September 1903

10 Miller O Rho&d». ) Miller & RhoMto. Our New Eiderdown Robes. They excel in style and quality, and nro correspondingly lower In price than _ •jirthlnK wo hftve over offered. «iVli. „„,« wnttMl »n Roads llko a stereotyped egression, but look at tho Robes and you 11 sco that we state the c'asa mildly, $3.25 is a special price that wo place on a Wool Eiderdown of good material— trimmed with satin ribbon and crocheted frogs. Every seam locklstitched-all sizes, 34 to 44— 80 d, Blue and Gray. A better Robe for $3.25 than you'll find anywhere else and just as well made as tho higher priced garments. AU-Wool Ripple Cloth Robes *8.00 a cape collar. Collar, euffa and pockNeat crocheted fro s fastenings and ota trimmed with noat embroidery the pockets trimmnd with satin rib- over Batln. ribbon, VT.4B. bon. Two styles-one with a star col- A handsome Robo in Mmona shapo, Iw tho other with an appllcjuod col- star collar with collar, ouffs and front j~\ , trimmed with snl...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 September 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 September 1903

TUB TIMKB FOtTNfttCt) 1W), tub djsimtch; froTJNnmp mm. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. •WABHINCWON, Sept. 9.— Forecast for (Thursday nnd PrltJny: VlrKlnln-l'artly oloufty Thursday, show•rs nt night or Fridays light to fresh east to Hoiith wlihlb. North Carol lna—Oenerallv fair Thumiay and Friday; light cant to south winds. Richmond people hnd a rtntlwhtful dny J^ntoi-day, cool, and tho sun waa partially obscured much ot tho tlmej a shower fell In UlO evening. , STATE- OF THE THERMOMETER » A. M 74 VI M 73 8 p. m. n 6 p. M £2 12 midnight' *. !! 1 ! 1 ..!" i ! 1 1 1..*.!..! I '.'.'.!!*'.! 74; .* _* « * Average 762-3 ffTlghcat lomperaturo yesterday.. 79 OLowont tompornture ycatorday .63 Mean temperatures yesterday 72 Kormal temperature for September 78 JDeparturo from normal temncrtauro.... 00 Precipitation during pnnt 24 hours 00 MINIATURE ALMANAC. September 10, MCB. Bun rises fi:4S HIGH TID*B. Cun aotn 6:2G Morning »..6:41 {Moon rises 8:28 Evening 7:00 RICHMOND. Judge B. C. Minor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 September 1903

9 Butirflrlim Plflo, and mo purposely «xfctßoratod In tho hopo of securing KttroVtnn Inlervcnllon. It reltncntca cllßbcllef in tho #erlotinnPßa of the Beirut plttuitlon nfid athls: "The Turkish government therefore hopes the American wnrshlps will dopttrt ns speedily as posslhlo, as ' their presence only tends to lncllo tho From Constantlnoplo the ombassy Is 'nformed that there Is no ronßoti frr Iha ■«»emblltißf of tho American ships at ■•rut. Consular Reports of Affair. (By Associated Proas.) ; CONSTANTIKOPLBJ, Sept*"nbcr "!••- Con*ular nocountu received hero from Beirut totally differ from tho rurklsh Vtwlon of. the outbreak tliore. The > 'Mil ot fleirut \\-ns not. on hoard the Lnltea «Uteg flaßshlp Brooklyn when tn^flHt brawl occurred, but was In tho counlr >. Contrary to tho oftlclnl version, tho con■ular dispatches pay the Mussulmans fhst attacked thfc ChrlMlnin nnd f tho traopii which Intervened sided with he. A ÜBttslmans, Ono of tho pillaged hou.es boh ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 September 1903

LARGE CAIN IN INSURANCE Collections In North Carolina Show Healthy Growth. REALTY VALUES ADVANCE Assessment In Wake County Increased Three Quarter Million Dollars— Suit Against the Two Railroads for Twenty Thousand, RALEIGH, N, C, Sept. D.-r-lnsiiranco Commissioner Jnmeu 11. Young roports collection!) amounting to $34, 302. 00 In his 'department during August, nnd this amount has been , paid Into tho Stato treamiry. This Is a gain of $0,183.88 over August of tiiHt year. Thus far this year $12,202.(17 morn has been collected thin fiscal year than during tho samo period of last year, \ Donations for Iho great Maflonlc fnlr to bo held hero In October arc being recfilved from all parts of this and other countries. To-day a donation of , ono pound English monny wus received from Mr. John Songhurst, of 61 Lincoln Inn Field. Tho valuo of all real find personal property in Wnko county, Raleigh townuhlp excoptod (It .being not. yet completed), shows n gain of $7G4,0;.D this yenr. Every towns...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 September 1903

4 Tho Times-Dispatch ■ Published Dally and Weekly At N6. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond* Vn. Entered Jnn« vary 27, 1903, At Richmond, Va., as tecond-ctass matter, under Act of Conoresi Of March 3, 1879. Tho DAILT TIMES-DISPATCH IB sold Rt 2 cents a copy. Tho SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is Sold at 6 conts a copy. The DAILY TIMES- DISPATCH by mnil— so cents tt month! $6.00 n Varj tt.BO for six months* $1.30 '° r tnreo months. The St/NDAV TIMES-DISPATCH by mntl $2.00 n, year. ' Tho DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, Includes; Sunday. In Richmond nnd Manclirfster, by carrier. 13 conts per week, or B0 cents per month. Tho SUNDAT TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, E cents per week. The TVKEKI/r TIMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 a yenr. All Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communications will not bo returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Broad Street. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1003. Persons leaving tho city for the summer should order The Tlm,es-Dlspatah mailed to t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 September 1903

INSPECT SOUTHERN Corporation Commission . dii Two of the Railroad Lines, MANY CHARTERS GRANTED Mr, Stuart Unable to Qo with Oommli■lon, Owing to His Wife's Illness. Corporations Granted Charters'. Social Clubs Incorporated. fho Corporation Comml«nlon yfistcf^tay ■timed on their tour of tho properties ol tho Southern Railway, which will oqcupy throo days. Mr. Stuart, ono of tho members, wna miablo lo make tho trip, owing to tho gerloufl lllneHs' of Mrs. Btuert, who in a patient at, the Memorial lipipltttl. The other two members, Messrs. Crump' nnd Folrfnx, left In a special car over the Richmond and Danvlllo lino yesterday morning, accompanied by , Assistant General Freight Agent Jamen H. Drake and Vlec-ZProsldent A. B. An* dtowp. From this city the commission v/ent to Danville^. Inspecting not only the mfcin line to that city, but tho Keysvllle branch southward to the Carolina lino. From Danvlllo they will take tho Atlantic and Danville division from DaTivllltf to Norfolk. Thence th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 September 1903

6 HIS MEMORY IS HONORED rieptasophs Pay Tribute to Dr. Joseph Charles. ONE RULER SUES ANOTHER Libel Suit Grows Out of Expulsion of a Negro 1 from the B. P. O, E.— The Bonrd of Fisheries in Session. Confederate Reunion. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) NEWPORT NEWS. VA.. September 9.Impresslve memorial exorcises In honor of the memory of the late Dr. Joseph Charles were' held at tho Academy of Music to-night br.tho James River and Joseph Charles Conclaves of HeptasophH. One of tho features of the programme TO the unveiling of a llfo-sbed portrait of Dr. Chnrlos, presented to tho Joseph Charles Conclave by Mrs. Charles-. A tremendous crowd attended tho exercises, (Umost every seat In tho Academy being taken. Tho memorial addross was delivered by Mr. Robt. G. Blckford, and an interesting programme was rendered. Among the well known mon of the order who were here to attond tha exorcises ■were Stato Organizer J. P. Brown, Supreme Seoretary Samuel Snttorsnll, Supreme Organizer John W. Cru...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 September 1903

aorcoN is RE-ELECTED Succeeds Himself as City Attorney of Manchester. A VERY CLOSE VOTE DffMUd Mr, P«f« byOn« Vot«~Other Officers Were Re-elected — Com* miltee to Sell Telephone Fran-chi»e—-Entertainment. Majich*tter Bureau Thne»-Dlspatch,f No, WO2 Hull Street,- I Ju4*n William I. Clopton wm reelected Olty Attorney by tbe City Council of Manchester last nlglu: by the close vote of 10 to 9, Mr. Charles Pago being itoi only other name placed in nomination. „ ';: Tha ballot was takin on a roll. call, which resulted m follows; For Clopton—Fahr, Perdue, Grlward, Cox, Owen, Patram. Abbott, Bradley, Taylor, Barrett— lo. For Page—Nunoally, Reams, HooKer, Budd, Pettlt, Sampson, Tlllery. F*rfuvon, Huband— B. j The meeting wu In Joint eesslon for the purpow of eleotlna; certain city ofdeer* for the ensuing term, and be«id«« the •election of the City Attorney, for wMoh position the only opposition arose, the Superintendent of the Almahouee, the City Pbyaioton, one member of the School Board «tn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 September 1903

HELP WANTED— FBMAL6. ■TAJtTen, TRACKER fo* P«Wl« Sohool t«m», I monUn, eomm»n«lnr »ept«>mb*r a», IKW one that tan t»nch ¥u«le. AAAttn* 8., Rprlnjt drotd, Vs. j WANTED, a *oen OOOK. Atrolr tn-day »l 887 ' North BlgtiUi Btre»t. WOMEIf WANTED to lell a neo»t*ltT t« m«th«ri| |ia « wi«k dear. Dept. M.. Bom 78, Philadelphia. V ANTED, A WOMAN to do l en»raJ houae work, Apply 1008 West Mnln Street. ______ IW ANTED, In my Umlly, ajt ««perienoe4 TEAOItBIl; cotnp«ent In fc>n K H»h, I-atln, Frencli. Vu.le and Mathematics. * ddr f,",VT^ ir' reference nml experience. A. h. PITTS, ArTonin. niirklnirtiam county. Vn. WANTED, at ono«, a WOMAN that can cook, wash and Iron for family of fit; pood wages nnd Rood home; references reniilreo, Apply filfl Enut Clny. WANTED, a white WOMAN who understand* care of inf«nt| good home to rkht pnrty. Applr to B. A. CSONSTINE. 2" K«»t nrooll Btrret. WANTED, In Richmond by September 16th, two white nini.R. rook nnd home girl; only three Jn fami...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 September 1903

V THE MARKET VERY DULL Price Movements In Stocks Narrow and meaningless. NO PRESSURE TO SELL Not Event Semblance of In veattrten 1 4 Buying Traders on the Fence, But Hopeful of a Rally— lnfluences Affecting tha Market, (By Associated Press,) NEW YOBK, September *.— Tha Btoeii markat to-day was even duller end Ic0« lntcroetlng than at any tlmo for tho past iortnli ht, price movements wer« narrow and without meaning, In faot, th.6 markst ne a whole, wm dovold of special foature, mid operations were almost wholly professional. Thero wan no very decided pressure to sell, neither wan there even a sjemblanco of Investment buylrjsv I'rudorii wore "on the fence," committed to neither »lde, Mil. rather hopeful of ft rally. The new* of the day was.not of an encouraging ohdracter. Ailde from the Increasing Berlouetiess of affalrn In Kastern Europe, which brounht about a furthor decline In British consols, the decision of Umpire Wright, favoring tho hard coal operators and raportH of a probable...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 September 1903

Miller Ct Rho&ch. Room Rugs That Are Beautiful in Design and Moderate in Price Look in our windows at one of the oxl2 feet Axminster or Wilton 1 Velvet Druggets (Room Bug is really a better name than Drugget), Thov're superior in every wiy to carpets ns a floor covering. Ensy to put down, certainly ensier to dean nnd consequently much more desirable from a health standpoint. They are growing more popular every season. Tho Administers are made in well balanced designs of Oriental scrolls or garland border pat- ' terns in tasteful colorings. 9x12 ! feet, $27.50 and $30.00. Wilton Velvet Room Ruga cannot bo oqimlied by any other domestio fabric for closeness of weave, class i of design and delicacy of color. oxl2 feet Rugs, $50.00. In Brussels wo havo a number of new designs in Room Rugß, colorings to suit any schema of decoration, 50c For These Pretty Cushion Covers. ART/ DEPARTMENT. All ready to slip the pillow in — no work at all required on yoiir j jjarfc. Beautifully f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

THREE SECTIONS. THB TIMKB £Ot.l>?£>fct:> 1»8. TMB! DISPATCH! POUNDED 1850. THE TOMBSTONE THAT, CAME BAi Stolen After Marking the Grave Thirty Years. TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION Original Maker Asked to Remove Inscription. WROUGHT IT FOR DAUGHTER'S GRAVE The Sequel Was the Arrest of a Man Charged Wilh Stealing and Selling It— His Trial Set for To-Morrow. 1 One of the Most Remarkable Tales In the Annals of Henrico County. 1• ' " Fiction presents no more singular occurrence than that which has resulted It. the Imprisonment ot John Frazier, tho dusky guardian of Bishop's old buryingground, and the recovery of a J2OO tombstone, which he Is alleged to have stolen and sold for $7 to John Balrd, colored, to be placed above the remains of his father-in-law, Jefferson Miles ln Evergreen cemetery. More than thirty yeary ago the little daughter of Mr. Fred. Comoll died. Her lather was and Is one ot the most expert stone-cutters In Richmond, and he determined to p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

It »nrly in whof« powMnlon thoy «r» 3 Ull( j't plw.ll b« unlawful lo shoot or othtrwlop hunt nny wild water fowl or any irnmn blrdu ir Knm* atilinals proloetefl ny -thr laws of this Stnto later than half nn )iour nftcr ruiiscl or enrllcr than nn half «n hour brfore sunrise, or to shoof.or hunt any gnmo in this Stato on Sun4.' Any lierson violating any of the provision!! of Ihls setitlOn shnll 1)0 ileonißil ttillty of a nilsdpiiii'unnr. and Mmll ba DunUhert l>.v n flno of not less than rive Jior tnoio limn fifty dollars, or linprlsohftd In Inll for not more than thirty dnvs, or both flncil and imprisoned, at tno discretion of the .lustico or Jury trying tho cii.tc. ■ 5. All nets or parts of nets In eonfilet with this section mo horobv re* rented, but the Hoard of Supervisors >>t any county shall have tho power to iliorlnn the open season in their Hind county niul may permit the shipment "f wild wnter fowl from .»nld county or out of tho State, ami by ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

LENDTORICH; GIVETOPOOR Exponent of This Principle Leaves Vast Fortune, ARTISTS ARE AFTER ASTOR Protest Against the Proposed Improvement of Hever Ca»t!e— Tide Against Ghamberlaln't Protective Idea, •pedal Cable to The Times-Dispatch Copyright, 1003. i By PAUL LAMBETH. LONDON, September 12,— Tho eutato of thfl late "Bam" l*wln, tho famous monoy-Under-ln-ordlnary to tho British arlstocVncy, ha« Just boon rovalued, nntl proves to be worth two and a half mllllon» sterling, Instead of tho original valuation of one million. His principle of "lending to the rich and giving to the poor" is well Illustrated by his vrl[\, for no less than a million anA a half of his fortuno Is bequeathed for charitable and other public services. Two million dollars Is for tho establishment of cheap dwellings for, tho poor, and the bulk of the remainder la divided among various London hospitals, His clerks and servant* got substantial legacies. Lewis' clientele was almost exclusively composed of peers and other...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

4" The Times-Dispatch Published Dally arid Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered JanMary 27, 1603, at Richmond, Vs.. aa necond-cinss matter, under Act of Connreii of March 8, 1879. The DAILY TIME3-r>!SPATCH Is sotd ■t 2 cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ■old at 6 cents a copy. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall-60 o«nt* a month: 16.00 a year; 11.50 for ■»-. months; $1.30 for tnree months. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnll $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, lncludlpg Sunday, in Richmond and Manchester, by carrier, 12 cents per week, or 60 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 a year. Alt Unsigned Communications wilt be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. Sl9 Cast Broad Street. ■OTTDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1903. Persona leaving the city for the summer should order The Times-Dispatch mailed to the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

At The Theatres. 'ACADBMY.-Mondny night, W. B. Nankovllto'n "Human Hearts." Tuesday night— Mimon and Ma«on, In tho miiHlcab farco corriody, "nudolph and .Adolph," V Friday and Sntuntny nights" and Satur- ' day tnatlnoo— Tho . comic production, "Whon Houbcn Comes to Town." HlJOtl TIIBATRI3.-AII tho weok, with 'regular matinees, "Tho Girl nnd tho •Judgo," Till we have reflected on It, wo ore ecarccly aware how much tho mini 'if 'humnn hnpplnosß Is Indebted to thn Hinge. Wo ncqulro ehoorfulnom und vigor from ftmro ansoclatlon with our fellow-mon 111 jtfi© (hoatre, and from tho looks of happy I expectancy radiating from our neighbors'. 'countenances, Inspired by tho anticipation ;of. pospootlvo enjoy mont of a good, clean, .'wholoßomo drama, well aclcfl nnd proper1 ly presented. Such, at least, In tho Idea brought forcibly to mind In gaging over an audience assembled to witness W, E. Naukcvlllo's great production, "Human lloartf," aptly described as tho "forovcr groon success." "Human H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

Contributors to the Society Pnoe of The Sunday Tlmes-Dlspatch are requested to send. In their Items directed to the Soolety Editor, not Inter In the j week than Thursday, If possible. All Items must be endorsed with the name | and address of the contributor. j j n tho number of Its cool, crny days, July of 1903. was anomalous. Tho rains of August have pn«.ed Into a. proverb, llS^ee^n^M },c? a goodly PlglU, wiion she holds her risrlor or portico seance In tho evening. W the homo-co.ner S and home-ahlderß In Richmond, are seen now driving In the afternoon. The boulevards fit tno IteSefvotr rrnd the o^ior Rioter, and more picturesque woodland roads It. the Vicinity of the city aro dally frequented by the natty turn-outs, In which n. contingent of socletv is disposed to recreate "Itself. The Septembbr woods aro still fresh and beautiful with just hero nnd. there a hint of polil and russet, nnd the occasional Hash f,; a scnrlet spray, all forerunners of later Bplendors In tho autumn bann...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

U if o (Continued From Sixth Page.) i ■' _ . many friends and glvon enilre satisfaction. * In addition to .Miss . Powell's recognised musical ability, she Is a charming and attractive young lady, rtnd enjoys a wide personal acqunlntanco In "this her native city. . „,-..' • • • Miss Erie Caldwoll has gone .to Columbia, S. C. to act a« maid of honor at tho rhoYFlage of her cousin, Miss Brookmann to Mr. Lamar Ferguson. On September I7th, Miss Caldwell will , go to Charlotte, N. C, to resume her position as teacher in the Elizabeth College. ■ • • • Mrs. Meban Hobaon, of Birmingham, '"Ala., who has been spending some time at the Cold Sulphur, i» now visiting Miss Tutwller. of No. 2731 Floyd Avenue. Mrs. Charles W. Selden nnd family who have been spending the summer months at Goahen, Va., have -returned to thqir home. No. 10 West Main Street. , ft Miss Jean Bayly Knox, who has boon •pending the summer, at her country home, has gone to Now York city for the month of September. Sentaor and ...

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