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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

|£ Headachy No liwirt deprwsatit or n»w»llo, t « fcwi'n W«irrr nn.l jt/omncfc «:///«• ,; Hbr W the liver nml liowcls Into healthy notion. t/itd by AmrrttttH Phvtitiant neartu « l»Mrt. sOd. nnd• I , M !>r ngRUW or h T l»»» fro 1" «THC TARRANT CO., 21 J«y Street, NewYor* MAY RETURN TO ENGLAND A Rumor Current Concerning White Star Line, CHANGES DECIDED I^PON But They Are Not Thought to Be So Sweeping as Indicated — Are Said to Be in the Interest of Economy. (By Associated Press.) LIVERPOOL, Septembor 12.— A rumor is now current that the Whlto Star line will soon cease to bo part of the International Mercantile Marine Company, and will again becomo a purely British firm, under the ownership of Ismay family. It Is said that the report, published by the London Times In a dispatch from Liverpool, that the Whlto Star, Dominion and American Steamship line will shortly cease to exist 'Bo distinct organizations, the Dominion and American lines being taken o-i'er by the White Star, a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

B TRADING WAS LIGHT few Brokers there and Market Very Irregular. A BAD BANK STATEMENT The Lou of Oath Almost Threo Times «• Large as Had Bean Predicted. Brooklyn Transit the Chief Sufferer. <Dr AMOtlftted PrM.) «BW VOKK, Sept. J2.-Tradlnt! during to-day's brief nession of the stock mnrket wan so light dud otherwlae cotmnonplaco a« to call for littio oomment. Only ■light r«Hpons« wtia nio.de to Lohdon, which reported bettor nrlcen for our *oourltloß, eipuclally tno Paolilcs and ffranicorM, the fo/itures ov«r there being; Union Paclllo iintl .-St. • Paul, Even tho •tool stocks worn easier abroad. The attendance of brokers on the exchanso wna very itmttll, nnd from the outsot h«sr<? tno market was narrow and lrro«rular, early quotations showttii; advancris and decllnt'ii In about onuu) proportions. St. Fam alone exhllbled flrmnoss at the opening, although an easier tone) was shown ny such Ishuoh ns Pennsylvania and itcacUnff. Tho first transaction In steel common ...

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

10 AUCTION SALES— MONDAY. Pliy roliarn A Bngby, Heal Estate Auctioneers. Auction Sale of Snug little Cotfige Home on West Side of Twenty-sixth, Between Marshall and Clay Streets, No, 420. Nice Locality. We will sell by auction, on UlO premises, MONDAY, SEPT. 14, 1903, AT 6:30 P. M,, ths above-mentioned property. The dwelling Is detnehed and has four roonu. Lot •0 f«>o{ front. . . TEBiMS— Easy and announced at snle. POLLARD <fc BAOBY, M|)tll'-8t Auctioneers. Geo. W, Mayo, Auctioneer. RESTAURANT EQUIQMEKT, SHOW CASE. SQUARE PIA NO. LICENSE. TABLE LINEN. ETC., AT AUCTION. I will sell by direction of ft nftrty tjecllntag business, at No. -130 North Sixth Street, at 4:30 P. M.. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER H. 1903. LBallft.ro Piano, 1 Show Case, Restaurant leenje, Onk Sideboard. 6 Tables, 22 Chairs, Hnt Rnck. nefrigornlor, Ice Pox f emulator Clock. Linoleum. l nr K p ,£2Sm" K tove. large lot Crockery ainsMvnro, able Cutlery. Table Cloths, N ipkltiß, Cooklne Utensil?, and numer...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

Thißatifer Olmlflsd Wmt ld«rtlilng t* 1 etrit par wore* Net cash In ADVANCE, with • minimum eo»t of SB eenti for each Iruertion. The Mittt rate applies to deaths, marriages, obituaries and all ether classified notices. No display type allowed In the eUamlfled column*. HELP V/ANTEO—FtMALi. WANTED, a good 000K| nice room and every cftnvenlencc! 017 I'loyd Avonue. K 'tßKWOob'" "waMiTthree OIRLB at 1M an* inn »t 804 BnNI Jlsln Htrceti at o««, WANTED, a good eiperlenced OOOK. Apply at 1007 W, Clrscn Street. WOMEN WANTED to sell a neoesslty to mother,, $12 h week clear. Dept. M., Box 78," Philadelphia. WANTED, BMALL OIRL to take care of ohlldl mimt trarel, Addrei* DOCTOR, cure tbU office. ■WAMTKD, OIHIB eiperionced in keokblndery work. W. H. ADAMS, Twelfth and Main f ) lr(> ' I*'1 *' ______ WANTED— A good lalary will be paid to a I.ADY competent to tench In and lake charge nf our Art Department. THE COHBN CO. WANTED, a good SALESLADY in Black Oooda Department: also two genernl ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

12 WHITE MAN'S PRIMARY The Bars Thrown Down In Amelia and Nottoway. FEW WHITE REPUBLICANS The Schools of Blackstone Open Next Woek— Fmalo Institute to Hold Religious Exercise— Filled to Overflowing— Hoge Academy. (Spoeial to The Times-Dispatch.) BLACKSTONH, VA., September 12.There Is some Indication now that the legislative primary for Nottowuy and Amelia counties, which baa booh rather quiet up to this time, will become moro Interesting from now until the date of tho primary, Tuesday, tho 2t»th. Tho registrations aro about over, and It can bo easily scon how many votes It will bo possible to cast and how many •itber candidate would have to receive to get a majority. J t The primary to bo hold In these two counties will not bo a Democratic primary, It appears, but Bvmply n. white man's primary, since any -white man will bo allowed to vote, ana tho fact of his voting will be accepted as lilfi obligation to support the nominee. This latter fact hns just been mado known In this, Nottow...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

, W\t ataiiy^BßS^Bgipat^ TUB TiMftH KOUNDED lf*B. THB DIBKaTCH; FOUNDED IKO, SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Bopt. 14.'— Forecast fdr Tuesday and Wednesday: VlrKlnlo-lMcironßlnir cloudiness Tuesday, followod by showers. Wednesday cooler and partly cloudy, probably showers In north portion) Increasing east to northeast North Carollnn-'Rfl.in Tuesday, cooler In Interiors brisk to' high east wlnda. Wodnesday fair. _ Tlioro was n. Blight drop In tho tempera; turo yostorday, but tho day was «otnewhnt torrid. Aftor nightfall a sll&ht hrcoKe Improved matters. Showers 10-cltiy, with crwlor weather to-morrow are tho Indications, STATE OF THIS THERMOMETER. ».A. M , ,- J6 12 M " jj p t j^j ( (( , „,.,... Ro 12 midnight' !'.'.'.!!'.!!'.'.'..'.'.'. '.'.'••• Avorago *° jrighoßt temperature yesterday 88 I^awoHt temperature yesterday <» Mean tempcraluro yesterday.... '• Normal temperature for^ September " Dopartum from normal temperature.... ut> Pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

2 ■tiror nnd director; W. A. Townes, dl. r*otor. These gentlemen are widely known on two continents. Richmond Corporation, Among Uio other olmrte.ra granted yesterday by tlif; Corporation Commission were tin? following! The Etch Icon Hnt Company. Incorporated, of niehnioncl. to carry on a itier* ' cnntlln liiihliu-^h 111 Untß, WijiM, llllllllioiy. etc. l'Hnrlpfli office In the city of Richmond. Cnpllnl stock from $3r>.non to 1100,000, authorised. Officers nu* Ineorporntors nnmed: John 13. Etehlfton, president! John R. Ktfihlflon, Ji - ., vice-presi-dent • nnd treasurer; William 13. Broaddns, pecrctnry. Tho corporators are well known In tho Jobbing trade In this city. Directors, tho officers nnmed nnd Robert 11. ■Penfl.clby and John 11. rtedd, Jr., nil of Htchmend. Tho O. 15. Hose Company, rncorporntofl, of aiftdMoiK*. Nelson count)'. Vn., with $1,000 minimum nnd $n,ono maximum. Corporn tors; O. 13. noes, ofOlndslono, president, rtnd directors: V. P. Marshall, of Ijynchbur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

MARYLAND BADLY STUCK Suggestion to Pull Her off With the Missouri. OFFICIALS FEAR STRAIN 'Hawsers Break, and Efforts of Tugs and Hydraulic Jicks Are of No „ Avail-Ship In No Danger Except from Heavy Storm. I (Special to The Tlmeo-Dlspatch.) NEWPORT NEWS, VA., Sopt, 14.— A1l •ffor.U to haul the cruiser Maryland off the ways Into deep water have boon In vain thus far, and It looks an though the shipyard will bo given a grent donl more trouble on account of the accident that It was first expected. A supromo effort to get the vessel off ■wab made this afternoon nt 2 o'clock. Kour hundred tons.' of hydraulic power wan nppllod to (he bow to raise It off the •wnyn, whllo a number of tugs strained n big h'awHers In an effort to haul the ship Into the water. The hawser used at tho bow snapped and the cruiser remained an firmly fixed on the ways it* Bhe wns Saturday afternoon. TO PULL WITH ANOTHER CRUISER. Tho Maryland could stay whore she Is for months to come' without being damneed untoKN a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly At Nd. 4 NeftH Tenth itMrt, Wohmend, Vs." Entered Jan« vary 27, 1903, «t Richmond, Va.t as second-claßi matter, under Act of Congreii of March s, ism. The DAtLT TIMfIS-DIBPATCH is sold at i cents a copy. The SUNDAY TtMßfl-DISPATCH 18 ■old at 6 cents a copy. , •The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH W inall— 6o cents a month; $6.00 a T" 11 " 1 1150 for six months: 11.30 tor three Inonths. > _. !„, • The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH bf mall 52.00 a year, , Tho DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. «neludl!?* Sunday, In Richmond and Manehwter, by carrier. 18 cents per wee^ er 60 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES- DISPATCH, toy Carrier, 6 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMISS-DIBPATCH. 11.00 a year. All Unsigned Communications will be •ejected. , Rejected Communications will not be ftturned unless accompanied ty stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. ■19, East Broad Btreet. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1903. i Persons leaving the city for the summer should order The Tl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

MUCHTALKOF VA. POLITICS SatUrday'S Events Are Widely Discussed. DEFEAT OFC. J. CAMPBELL Downfall of Former Judge of Amherst CaOsed No Surprise— Nelson's Nominee a Young Physician of Popularity— Virginia Boys. Thorn worn nonm stirring and liilnretslriK events In Virginia politics on Saturday, and tho political tongues uro still wagging ns a result. The defeat of former Judtre C. J. Campbell, of Atnhcrst, along with nil his uHtds on tho tlckot, 'tho final awarding of tn« cortlflcal« of nomination to Mr. J. X, Fulton, of Ornyson, for Senator over Jurlgo J. R, Mooro, of Patrick, In the Sixth District, and the result of thu primary In Nelson, whore Dr. Jolin" O. Eyorntt defeated nil his opponents for Hie House nftor a hot battle, aro nil Intcreßtlng devolopmoiits and are Hotline a fair nil aro of comment. . Judge Campbell's crushing defnnt caused no general surprise, though a great inn ny politicians hnro ptlll hflri f«ltn In . his winning qualities. Dr. Don Scott, who will represent Amh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

ti MAYSPEED CANNON BALL Ordinance of Town of Wakefield Overruled by Judge. THE DIAMOND THIEVES Neyv York Detectives Come to Petersburg for tha Mulatto and Porto Rican Youths Who Stole Mrs. Herter's Jewels— Notes. (Special to Tho TlmoH-Dlspntch.) PETERSBURG, VA., Sept. 14.-Juc Igo Hancock, In the Circuit Court .of this "t"" to day rendered his final decision In favor of tho Norfolk and AVestcrn Hn 11road Company In the case of the Norfolk and Western against the town of. Wakefield Va, perpetuatliiK the Injunction previously granted restraining the enforcement of nn ordinance paused by tne Council of Wnkelleld restricting tho speed 'oi 1 trnln running through the town to six miles an hour. Judge Hancock said In his decision that the ordinance Is unreasonable, and therefore void; Hint If the Council of Wakefleid could restrict tho running of trains to six miles an hour it could require trains to run nt a speed of only ono mile an hour; that such an ordinance would be In violation of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

BIG DOORS SWING OPEN City Schools Open This Morning at 9 o'clock. THE TEACHERS RALLY they Met Yettarday, and Were Addreuad by Members of the Board and Superintendent Fox— The Teachers Assigned. ■j To-day tho session of 1003- 4 of tha Richmond public schools will begin. The doom of nil tho dlstrlot tchools tit the city will bo thrown open it 9 o'clook this morning for the registration of former pupils; ths High nnd Normal Schools for registration of both former and new pupils; the throe Wndbrgartens w j|t register only now pupils, as this Is the first year of their Inaugurations The annual meeting / of teachers wan ficlrt yesterday at Central School, the white toaohi.Tß mr-ellng nt 10 o'clock and the colored t'ftchers at 12 o'cloclc. It was the opening rail)'. Not less than two hundred ls.d!«» and g.-ntlnmcn, composing members of tho Bchool BoHi-d, principals and teachers, gathered at Central Schwl' at 10 o'clock. Superintendent Fox presided *nd m # cBcnted , Mnjor Cnpcrs, chnlrman o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

8 WONT EXTEND TO COLLEGES Dr. Boatwrlght on Ellmlna tldn of Examinations. NEW SYSTEM AT COLLEGE One Will Bo Instituted at tho Opening In About Two Weeka-Sevoral Im. portant Changes Will Bo Made. Not a Httla Interest centers at Hits moment In the much agitated question of examinations In schools, private and public The movomeiit toward an elimination of thi.H feature of tho scholastic year, most objectionable to tho pupil, has bosun In tho public schools of Richmond und llenrlco nnd other secondary Institutions of learning nnd it bids fair to grow In popularity as It progresses. An interesting and Important question that has now nrlsen In connection with tho matter Is whether or not this radical movement will oxtenrt to the colleges nnd universities; as well as whether It will stop in tho secondary l schools In which it began. This lattor seoms tho most likely course. When Richmond Collogo opens In about two weeks It will Institute an entirely new system of examinations. Tho faculty ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

PRISON BIRDS TAKE FLIGHT The Postofflce at Youngsviiie Broken into and Robbed. BLOODHOUND ON TRACK Gotten Warehouse Chartered at Durham—Corporation Commlailon Or* . den Hew Depot to Be Erected at Durham— Other News. 1 (SpeelAl to The T lmes-Dlspateh.) RALEIGH, N. C., September 14.—Dayton Medlln and A. V. lllco, two White convicts, esoaped this tnftrnlng from the penitentiary. Medlln wAs Borvln* a life sentonco for murder from Oaston" county nnd Rico waa .«ervl/.g a tun. year senteno* for larceny, being sent up from New Hanover county. Tho 'prison' authorities offer ' $26 ro1 ward for eabh. A charter waa issued to-day . to the Durham Cotton and Cotton Goods Warehouses Company, of Durham, J. S. Carr, Jr., being principal stockholder' and manager. The capital i« $16,000. The company proposes to receive cotton and cotton goods for storage and advance monoy thereon. ; MUST BUILD A DEPOT. The Corporation Coirimisslon to-day gave another hearing to officials and counsel for tho Southern, S...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

10 ADVERSE TO THE MARKET JVlany Things Conspire to Cause Very Bad Day. LARGE SUMS ARE SHIPPED Carried Soulh Because of the Heavy Speculation In Cotton— lmportant Stocks Showed Very Considerable Weakness. (Ny AsKiclntert Preos.) NEW YORK, September 14.— The course of. to-day's stock market was shaped bjf a number of ndvorsc factors, chief nmonff them bcltiK the reported damago 'by Btorms In tho spring wheat regions, nntl frost In the corn bolt. Lower prices for international securities In London, where consols were again depressed because of the political situation Jn Eastern Europe, also Rave a set-back to the list, which opened jrenorally lower: tho few inltlnl advances having no apparent significance. Missouri Pacific displayed tho greatest weakness of any stock at the outset, thoiifih a 'trifle heavier than Atchlson, Rondltiß. St. Paul, Union Pacific, and Amalgamated Copper. Steel, common, ngaln broke bolow 20. but came In unfairly good support and recovered. There was a story cu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

rtiJittifor Olaitlf lid Want Adviriltlng i« 1 cent per' Word Net C««h'lnADVANCE, With a mlnlrtfurr) 'ooit'-' of 23 cants for each Insertion, , tho same raft applies to d»«in«,' marrlaoet, obituaries and All othar elmlflad noticM. No dliplay type > ■ Mowed In tha elaeslfled column*, HELP WANTED-rBMALB. WOMEN WANTED to sell a neo«Mlty to motherll 112 t week clear. iJppt. M.< Box 78, I'blladel. phln. WANTED, a good COOK Apply at ono» to 1001 Knsl Marshall, . , KIRKWOOD wants tliroo OIRLB «t 1809 and two nt 801 East Main Hlrent. lit one«. WANTED, experlenoed oyllnder Fresi TKTOtBM. IIICHRIib AND HDTCHKtHS. WANTED, a flrst-claes COOK with referencefl good wiui'H and hoihn assured, Apply B'rnAUfl CIOAFI CO., PIT East Main Htrect. WANTED, Id my family, an experienced TEAOHEn; competent In English, Latin. Trench, Munlc nnd Mathematics. Address. Hiring reference and experience. A, ,li.i PITTB, ArTon In, Buckingham county. In. ' . - BltuatTonß w^ntFp^temale, ' ' WANTED; ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 September 1903

12 Miller Cf Rhonda. | Miller 6 Rho&ds. School Begins To-day. And it's just as important that tho young people bo supplied with proper materials for Bchobl work as it is for fatiiar to have his office or shop -fittod for the proper carrying on of his business or mother provided with necessary housekeeping articles. Our School supply dopartraont is comploto. Hero aro a fow spocimon prices: Crayon Pencils, 1c a box, Paper Pads, ISO sheets, 3c. Best Paper Pads to be had, sc. Composition Books 3, 4, S, and We. Stenographers' Pads, assorted sizes Sc. 3 Slate Pencils for lc. Lend Pencils, Sc a dozen. Dustless Blackboard Erasers, Sc and ISc. Pencil Boxes, with pencils and pen, Sc. Combination and Fancy Shaped Pencil Boxes 10c. A nice Ruler given free with every purchase, and with every 60c. worth of supplies we give a nickel drop pencil. Dark Linen Center Pieces, Stamped and Tinted, as Low as 59c There's never been a time when dark Linen Center Pieces were more in demand than t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 September 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 September 1903

THE blflfAfc'i?; ifOUNDBD 1850. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS tMe weather ( ■WASttiNaTON, fiopt 16.— FoWfWt for tThui-Bday and Friday: Vlrglnla-Hliowors and cooler Thursday. Friday coolor, 'nhoworti !n east portion i frcsli, variable winds, becoming northwost. North Carolina— Showers and ooolor Thursday, fresh to brlßk south winds, BhlftlriK to west and northwest. l'Mday Mir, cooler In oaet portion. Thoro was a decided drop In tho temperature yeßlor&ay evening aftor tho coming of the predicted shower, and tho outlook in for further showers to-day, and B till lower temperature,' STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. » A. M % 70 k p." ii. .■■.'.■.■.'.!'''.'.■.!;.'.';!!!"!;!!"-"-" 78 n midnight 78^ Average 78 W! Highest temperature 1 yesterday 85 IxjweHt temperature yesterday... Mean^temporaturo yesterday '6 Normal temperature for September.... 71 Departure from normal temperature..;. IX; MINIATURE ALMANAC. Sept. 1", 1903. Bun rises r/f.t I UI.OH TIDE. Bun acts 6:ID \ Horning -12:45 Moon rises...

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