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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION the times, founded issa ? WHOI F NUMBER. 16.267. S. DISPATCH. FOUNDED IBM I WnULCl INUl'lDCfl, ??,??/. THREE SECTIONS BICHMOND VA., SUNDAY, JUNE 31, 1903. PKICE FIVE CENTS. O FESSOR JYBLITTS REFUSES A SCIENTIFIC ?BLUNDER! "Here are statements."said the Professor,"that are extremely ridiculous. "Why, I've watched animals al! my life? "How he can make such a?why, goodness me! whafs this?, "A man with, the least observation would disprove them. ?And never noticed the slightest trace of curiosity. "I'd like to know where all these animals came from!"

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. — 21 June 1903

CONFEDERATE CURRENCY Valuable Information Con? cerning the Notes Issued. THE BEST COLLECTION North Carolina Has It, Including All Rare Specimens?Where and How the Printing Was Done?Anec? dotes and Reminiscences. JBalelffh Lotter In the Charlotte Observer. This State owns a completo collection of Confederate monoy, which Is arranged according'^ to date of issue nnd framed, und which attracts a great deal of atten? tion, somo of the hills being of great lieauty and extremely scarce. In fact, the first Issue of bills has for more than thirty years been held nt high figures. A numljcr of counterfeits of Confederato money of tho rarer varieties have been made. Tho first lssuo lias been countcr rfeltod nt least twice. The first Issilo was engraved by tho ?.National Rank Noto Company, of Now .York, and embraces four bills, these bo ing all dated at Montgomery; Ala... which ?was the first seat of government. Tho elates aro ju nil oases written with ink and not printed, and all four bills ai...

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. — 21 June 1903

THE HEROISM OF V. ?. I. CADETS AT NEW MARKET WILL BE COMMEMORATED IN ENDURING BRONZE. Institute Hen Will Throng Lexing= ton This Week to Attend the Unveiling of the Monument. SOMETHING OF THE WEST POINT OF SOUTH It Is not Old as the Age of Schools is Counted, but Its Record is not Approached by Any Other Military School of the Country After the National Military Academy. The School of Stonewall Jackson, and the School for Heroes. (Special to Th* Tlmes-DIspalch.) LEXINGTON, VA.. June20.?The West Point of Mio Coniefleracy-Mio School for Heroes?StonewolJ Jackson's Bchool-tn? Virginia Military Institute. All these coma to mind as I start to write some? thing of this great Institution nt Lexing? ton, tho prldo of Virginia nnd the prop? erty of the entire South. Indeed. It is mori? or lesn of a national institution, Is this military academy of Virginia, for at the present time there aro nearly one hundred olllcers of the army of tho United States who obtained their com? missions though be...

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. — 21 June 1903

A PEEP HERE AND THERE AT THE BOOKS OF THE DAY J. J. Bell, Author of Wee Mac greegor. Writes a New Novel. The Pipes of Pan. Some Sweet Songs by a Canadian Singer. A NEW SOUTHERN STORY "A Gentleman of the South," by William Garrntt Brown, a Tragedy of the Ante-Bellum Days?"The Two Vanrevele," a Romance of Indiana, by Booth Tark Ington? News and Gossip of Liter? ary World. BTHEL. Written by J. J. Bell. Published by Harper Brother!', of New York. For sale In Itlichmond by Mio Bell Book & Stationery Company. Price, Jl. The extraordinary popularity achieved by J. J. Bell In his "Wee Macgreegor," one of the most charming of tiie spring publlCaMonn, will bespeak for th? author's I*test venture nn Immediato and cordial reeoirnitlon. There are several things to he com? mended In hie "Ethel," which has Just appeared in tho book world. Tho Crst nnd foremost of these is, that It concerns itself with the snyings and doings of twe lovers, nnd, despite what tho world mny tay, the time lina not ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

Greatest Monument in the World's History. (Special Correspondence to The Tlmes Dtspatch.) BOSTON, MASS., June 20?Whether It will ever be erected or not, who knows? it will cost money, a great deal of money, in Judged by European standards, though nothing alarming when one considers the aggregate of American wealth. Tho price of three or four battleships or of one first class university would compass It?per? haps will compnss It. But the present fca. tufe of Interest Is that the thing Is pos? sible?Is ft. perfectly feasible engineering proposition. Once erected, It would stand as a. monument to the greatness and achievements of the American people from Its birth to the present day, the most tremendous structure of its kind ?ver planned by man since the days of Mio Tower of Babel; the greatest single thing In the world In Immensity of design and about the biggest thing In physical dimensions that could ever be projected while building materials are what they nre. Indeed, you cannot fr...

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. — 21 June 1903

The Newest Things to Adorn Fair Women. Should Be Wives Not Husband's Servants. By MILDRED CHAMPAGNE. There are but few women who are true helpmeets to their husbands, hence the many cases of martial unhapplness. Most women look forward to marriage as tho aim and end of their existence. This Is a true and undeniable fact In Bplto of much that Is said to tho con? trary. Higher education and the Innum? erable and varied "careers" that are now held out to women, that give them pres? tige along; various lines, nnd make them self-supporting, does not, as so many wiseacres declaro, make marriage a secondary consideration. It always has been, and natural that It should be, the desire of every true woman to hecomo a good wife and moth? er. To marry the man of her choice Is, then, her chief consideration,? but, alas, it is often her only consideration. To this end all her strivings arc directed. From the age of five till the time that (he has accomplished her solo purpose, '' iocs she advance...

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. — 21 June 1903

Clever Stories For Our Boys em? Giri./-. FOURTH OF JULY STORIES NEXT SUNDAY] Tho editor of tho children's page ac? knowledges with pleasure tito receipt of n. children)? nonsense story from Mrs. P. Watson Fuqua, of this city. Tho story appears In this Issuo. ami the ? editor would bo glad to havo many moro like It from those who aro Inlctofited tn The Tlmes-Dlspatch Contributors' Club and its success. The acopo of the club has widened as Its membership increases, ?nd the con? tributions of thin week are gratifying, by reason of their diversity of subject ins Iter and their merit. Next tveek it |n j,operl (|mt tho de? partment In nmatenr photography will be gotten under wnjr nnd Hint a now In? terest will be developed among the Con? tributer?' Club. The editor would llko to hear from the members ns to tho manner In which I heir summer will be spent, snd what nbjorts will chiefly ?munir? Uitlr atten? tion during July and August. That will bo blackberry and huckleberry lime In the coun...

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. — 21 June 1903

ALPHONSE AND GASTON AND THEIR FRIEND LEON IN AFRICA. Thev Are Presented with a Trained Gorilla by a Native Cniei. _ cw-ie?. w?. * * ? HnM 0r?. on,?), nw.? m?w> YES I MRS. KATZENJAMMER SURPRISED THE CHPT??IN. Cotryrlght. 1003, br W R. Hoarrt. Ore&t Britain Rt-bu n*??netl

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. — 23 June 1903

e^Kt'cWl fAed ??o: I WHOLE NUMBER. 16,274. RICIIiMOMJ, VA., TUESDAY', JUNE 23, ???.'?. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S MEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, .lune 22.-Koreca.it for Tuesday and Wednesday; Virginia?Rain Tuesday, fallowed by clenrlrui In southwo-t portion; rrcsh to brisk east winds. Wednesday, fair. North Carolina?Showers Tuesday, ex? cept fair In extreme west portion. Wed? nesday fair, warmer; fresh to brisk shift? ing wind?, becoming west. Tho temperature wns plensanl vosfer dny. tho mercury neve,? ?Islng very high in the tube. After ????,??? the pky be? came overcast, and them v.-cr some rain? fall. Rain Is expected to-day by tho Weather prophet?. f _ STATE OF THE THERMOMETER, ? ?. M. 70 32 M.,.. ?) 3 P. M. RI ti P. M. 73 H P. M. CI) 13 midnight. fi'i Av?ra ko .'781-0 Hlfrhest temperature, yesterday. SI Lowest temperature yesterday. G3 Menu temperature yesterday. Nomini temperature for .lune. Departure from normal temperature,, (0 Precipitation during pant 24 hour?.... 00...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 23 June 1903

Turk ennic into Eighteenth Sheet. It was No. ???, manned by 13. J Smith nnd I>nvld Scldman, both young men, who gave New York ns their home. ? num? ber of passengers were on board, bound for church Hill. Tho cir cuccespfully ran the g-nuntlet and cleared tlie crowd nt Elghtoentli nnd Broad. At Twenly nlntli Street nn open switch dclnycd the progress of the car nnd a little shake-up was experienced. Policemen Hakor, of the First District, and Murray, nt tbe Third, Were on tho car. A passenger, whoso name could not be learned, wns Fllghtly htift. He got off. ns did a lady with ? small child, nnd tho car proceeded nn tho way lo Its destination. Eventful Trip. On the return trip the enr wns closed to passengers. The curtains on one side were drawn nnd the finir.? were shut. Officers Raker nnd Murray, Carmen Smith ?nd Scldman, an unknown motor man and two others wero nbonrd. The two latter were supposed lo have been guards of tho car. At about Twenty-fourth Street the car wns hulled b...

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. — 23 June 1903

WEDDINGS I MANCHESTER Roberts - Wilkinson Nuptials Early This Morning. CITY COUNCIL TO MEET To Give Expression On the Strike Sit? uation?Rocky Ridgers to Walk. Wllliams-Baird Marriage?May? or's Court?Personal. , Manchester Iluree.il Tlmes-DlFpnlclvl ? No. r,02'lluil Street. ( Mr. Alexander ?, Roberts and Miss Rosa Lee Wilkinson will be mnrrlod ? I. the residenci! of the- bride's parents, No. 217 West Sixth Street, at 7:30 this morning, by Rev. R, M- Chandler, pastor of Central Methodist Church. ' Mrs. Belilo Harrison will piny the wed? ding march; Mr. Wllkle (!. Freeman will net ns best man, nnd Miss Eva Robertson ?s mnid of honor, nnd Messrs. l'hlllp T. Stono and George B. Davidson will net as ushers. The groom, Is nn employe of tho South? ern Railway, holding the position of night foreman ot tho machino shops, nnd Is very popular nmong his many friends, The brido is ? daughter of Mr. J. E. Wil? kinson, nnd Is very pretty nnel nccom 3>IIshed. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roberts will leave ?in ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 23 June 1903

The Times-Dispatch Published Daily And Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27= ^03< ftt Richmond, Va., na Second Class Matter, under Act of Confess of March 8, 1879. the DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is Bold at 2 eente a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold nf ? cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail? f50 cents ? month : $5.00 a year. S2.n0 for six months? Sl.?O for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail ?2.00 ? vear. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. ln cliidinu Sundav, In Richmond nnd Man? chester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, or 50 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMESrDISPATCH, ?1.00 vear. All unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Commtmlcatlons will not bo returned unless accompanied by etamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. BIO East Broad Street. TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1903. Prom June 1st the price of The Tlmes Dlspatoh. delivered by carrier within tho corporate limits of Richmond ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 23 June 1903

SERMOl? ON THE MIKE Pastors App?? for Order and Earlye^lemont. ATTENDALE ABOUT SAME Suspension c?ar Traffic Seems Not to Have Hi Much Effect on Slzo of. Con'egalions?What Mr. tve Had to Say, From seval of the pulpits of Rich? mond on Siday there went forth nppeals to tho Btters to stand by their In? tention tofeecrve law and order In the city, In so'ar at least as they are thern boIvcb eoi&rned, nnd an invocation that a Dlvlno'rovldenco would overrule the whole uprttinate controversy for good and hafJi an amicable adjustment ot tho ellffenccB between the company and the ten. Tho nondancc, on the whole, seems pot to &ve been ?erloiiBly affected by tho Btnenslon of the car trnfne. So much l.thls truo that many have seized upon tis as nn example of tho gretit truth ir which they havo long been contenhg?that the running of street earn o Sunday Is a neodlesB desecration of theLord's day. At least on this one day ti congregations came, tho strike to thesontrary notwithstanding, an...

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. — 23 June 1903

KISHINEFF MEETING Citizens of Newport News Protest Against Outrages. THE MILITARY INSPECTED The Government Officers' Boathouse ?nd Bathhouse in tho Rear of the Chamberlin Burned?A Launch Destroyed; One Damaged. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) NEWPORT NEWS, VA., Juno 22_In ?ccordance with tho proclamation recently Issued by Mayor ?Moss, a big muss meet? ing was held at the eoiirthouso to-night for tho purpose ot protesting against tho recent outrages against the Jews In Rus? tia, A lengthy resolution was adopted condemning tho treatment of the Jews und uniting with citizens of cities all over the country In calling upon the authorities to take some stops to protect them. In the absence of the Mayor, who Is out of the city, the meeting was presided over by Mr. D. 8. Jones, president of tho City Council. Among tho speakers woro Rev. Dr. J, XV. Porter, pastor of the First Baptist Church; Rev. E. T. Wellford, pastor of tho First Presbyterian Church; Rev. George W. Wray, pastor of Trinit...

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. — 23 June 1903

GOVERNOR'S DAUGHTER Miss Aycock Operated on for Appendicitis. SOME NEW ENTERPRISES /Stato Board of Education Celled to Ac on the Consolidation of Seven Nor? mal Schools?Swedish Decor? ator to Be Cremated. (Sperisi to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) RALEIGH, ?. C, June 22.~Th? opera? tion performed On tho eldest daughter Of Governor Aycock, Miss Allo?, for ap? pendicitis, at the Wilson Sanltnrlum, Fri? day, l?t provine eminently successful. The condition of the patient Is reported vary ?.itlsfactorj?. The first corporation chartered with as much as tfoO.OOQ capital for quito a while If* the Miss Manufacturing; Company, of Charlotte, just given corporate life, The manufacture and sale of all Hinds nf machinery, Implements, etc. The Incor porators .are tlcorgo It. Hiss, John M. Rhodes and J. O'Ponoghue. TO DB CREMATED. Tho remains of Martin J. Nordstrnm, the Bwfcdo shrdlti who fell from his win? dow In Parke Hotel Thursday morning and sustained fetal Injury, wero shipped to New York to-day. nnd w...

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. — 23 June 1903

Cremo is a cifrar of invariable goodness that its sold in every town and at the one price of 5 cents eoe that sells it for less does so with the endeavor to reflect on Cremo quality at thc cost of The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World. Tlio Band ia the Smoker's Protection. . Any profit, TO LAUNCH GALVESTON The Event Is Now Set for To-, Morrow Afternoon. JUDGE GRINNAN WINNER Withdraws His Order After the Gov? ernment Agreed that the Creditors Shall Own the Vessel Until the? Matter is Legally Settled Thc Galveston Is now In tho possession of the United States, and will be launch? ed to-morrow afternoon at S:?0 o'clock. The outcome of tbe matter Is a complete victory for Judge Daniel Grlnnan, of the Chancery Court, of this city, over Secre? tary of the Naify Moody and Attorney General Knox, both of whom favored sending armed force here to seize the vessel; being held by the Chancery Court. In the face of the wishes of Secretary Moody nnd of the written opinion of the learned...

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. — 23 June 1903

CLOSING OF ST. PETER'S Session of the School Comes to an End. THE ROLLS OF HONOR Full List of Those Who Won Medals and Honorable Mention, Has Had Good Year. The closing exerclsee of St. Peter's Cathedral Boys' School were hold yes? terday. Final reports Indicates that tlie ses? sion oil tho whole baa been an excellent one. Tho total enrollment was 177. The school which Is directed by Brother Mar? c/dlus, will reopen Tuesday, September 8th. Following aro the rolls of honor arid tho medals awurds: ACADEMY" CLASS. Certificates for General Proficiency James M. Purcell. William O. B. Leonard, Edgar J. Donahoo, Leo P. Duggan, Fran els J. McDonough, Joseph R. O'N'oli, Cor? nelius J. Poh, Caesar P. Maesto, Thomas J. O'Toole, Joseph B. Bahen. ? Gold Medal-James M. Purcell, William O. B. Leonard. , Gold Medal for Progress?II Division? Jamos A. Ramsey, Henry M. Hughes. Gold Medal for Christian Doctrine? Jamos M. Purcell, William O. B. Leonard, Cornelius J. Poh, James A. Ramsey.? Honorable Ment...

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. — 23 June 1903

DRIFT WAS DOWNWARDS Effort to Put Up Prices Was Abandoned Early. CLOSING WAS AT LOWEST There Was Scattered Liquidation and Acute Weakness In Some Issues. News Unfavorable for a Rise. Bonds Dull and Weak. tur Associated Pre*?,) NEW YOHK, .lune ?'2.?There was ? briefly entertained purpose till? morning to put up prices, but It was soon aban? doned and the stock market waa allow? ed to drift for the rest of the, day. Scat? tered liquidation from various quarters and rather acute weakness of a few stocks caused the drift to be downwards, and the closing: was easy at the lowest of the day and very dull. The news of the day was tint favorable to arise, nnd the early attempt to put up prices seemed to be manipulative and de? signed to contest t,he effect of tho poor bank statement of Saturday. The an? nouncement of gold exports was tho sig? nal for prices to turn downwards. The outgo of gold also ?ave renewed effect to Saturday's bnnk statement and tho ?weather map for the day, being unfav...

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. — 23 June 1903

HELP WANTED?FEMALE. ,?,-^- .?~--~~? LADIES! Good p?y, oaay work: your own locality, ?pure hour?; Inveatl?*??. Addrca? ACME, caro tblft offlrc. _ KIRKw?OD, 1208 E. Main 8tnet, went? two WAITRESSES nt once. _ ??-TI?XPLRIEHCF.D CASHIER wanted: refer oncea HR lo he.nr.Ktv. fir.: must I.? miaue? tlonable. Addica? ???????? R.UI.W.W OT.i Itarnl Routo 3, Fulton Turk. Fuir oak?, Vn. HELP WANTED?MALE. DESIRABLE POSITIONS SECURED?Wo c?n ? ?MM you In nomrlnir i rleKiralilo position; It ?Mltoro not where you ?t?? or ?that your or? ?Bpailon. |.rnf>??lon or trade may |.o. Writ? to dnv nnd Iferri liow. NATIONAL H Ufi I? ESS opportunity < ompanv, Rnit? 02.23, nom? Ufe Building, Wnshliigton. D, C. WANTED, a BOY of good habit? for office and other work. Andro??, will? reference?, "QUICK," Hor No. 170. WANTED, twonly-fivo able-bodied colored MEN for general work; wasr?, ifl.Ki por day. Apply Monday morning nt 7 ?. M.. W. ?. ???1G.?? VATER. Kore m n n, American I/iComollvo Com? puny, niellinomi Wo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 23 June 1903

Miller ? Rho&ds. Miller & Rho&ds. -NmisTPROor/ ICLADYS, Warner Rust Proof CORSETS The "Gladys" $2.00. Made o? very light weight Batiste trimmed with wns h Ribbon top nnd bottom.. Tho hip is medium length and tho entire fin? ish of the Corset makes it nn cspeciall}*? suitable garment for summer?tho rust proof steels being ? great advantage when one perspires freely. $1.50 For Shirt-Waist Suits | Especially Good Trunks To Worth $3.00. day. About 40 Suits left over from tho great sale of last week?Blue nnd "While Lawns, Black and "White Lawns and Solid Colored Oxford Oloths S 1.50 each. Koller nml Skirt Tray'Trunks for ?10.00 and .*11?.G>0 thnt as far as ser? vice in concerned will {rivo S'ou ns much satisfaction ns ft. fancier article at double Die money, Botina with Fibre and Leather, ex? tra Skirt Trays and. Linen lined. 31 and 36-inch sizes. A ? Social and I ?Personal I The pace in summer style for the ''Smavt Set" elsewhere, was sot on Ascot Heath last, week in Engl...

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