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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 September 1903

2 wlfid hfld dropped to ft more breeze and the- mm broke through tho rloudn. flcvwal porflons were Injured, but no fieathf have limii reported. Tho goto was e^poclnlly sovorc nt poa, causing hnvoc to tho Blilpplntr tlown Iho hny wliere many V©s.«ol:« woro sunk or wrecked. The worst of 1li»s damage was reported from St«.ten l»l«nd. The Entire fleet ot tho Bthton blitnd Taolit Club at anchor, was either Kink or wrecked. The pilot boat Hermit »iiß driven ashore, and there was a collision between ft schooner nnd a bnrkentine. The tug Jameß Khlr, wns wrecked In 3 tell Gnto. Tho crew escaped. Tho hurricane burnt with cyclonic forco on tho center of tho city, loosening tho too foot spire of St. Bartholomew's Pro<<Manl Bplscopal .Church In Madison Avenue. The »treets of 'Manhattan Bflrough wore etrowti with broken signs arid other • dobrjt*. , Bcoros of plate-glass windows along Broadway were broken. Tho vicinity of. the "Flat Iron" building at Twenty-third Street suff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 September 1903

TRYING TO : AviT War Efforts of Powers In Bulgarian Situation Thus Directed EXCESSES MUST CEASE Ambawadors HaveServod Notice on tho Sultan that a Continuance of Them by Troops aud Irrogulirs Will Not Be Tolerated. <By Associated Press.) LONDON, September jo.— Tho efforts of 'the pbwers,! according to tho latest • tclegrnms, are dlrccted>oth ut Constantinople nnd Sofia towards 'an endonvor to avert war. It Ih Tinted that all tho ami bHßHadorn at Constantinople have drawn 'the Porto's attention to the danger of permitting a continuance of tho excesses in Wucedonla by Turkish troops and Irregulars. , Tho Dally Chronicle says that It underfttamlH thnt Great Britain has decided on ,t still stronger stop In the dispatch Of a. British squmlron In support of her diplomatic endeavors at Constantinople, t» put an end to the massacres. It Is impoßnlblo, however, to confirm or deny the Dnlly Chronicle's statement. Most of the speclul correspondents In tho near earn conside...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 September 1903

, ■• The Times-Dispatch Published Dolly and Weekly , At No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, V«. tnterod J«n« vary 7.7, 1003, at Richmond, Vo., us iocond-cl.ißt nviHrr, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Tho DAILY TIMJ3S-DIBPATCH Is sold et 2 cento a copy. Tho SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH «s •old at B cents a copy. Tho DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall-BO cents ft month) K>.oo a y enr ' $8.60 for six months: lI.M for throo months. The BtTKDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by i mail .'2.00 a year. Tho DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. IncludlSß Sunday, In Richmond nnd Manchester, by carrier. 12 conts per week. or CO conts por month. The SUNDAY TIMES-IMBPATCH, by Carrier, B cents por week. Tho WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 a ji?hr. All Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communications will not bo returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. Bin East Broad Street. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1908- Persons leaylng the city for the summer should order Tho Titnes-Dlspatc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 September 1903

LEAGUE IS I A! WORK frying to Defeat Anti-Mann Bill Candidates. A VERY HOT EDITORIAL Federation Pretty Strong In Its Exprai* •lon Concerning Election of Mr. j Roienegk in Hvnrlco—Oommittae to Dlscum Organization. j According to a member of the Executive 1 Committee of the body, tho Anti-Saloon League of Virginia In doing some pretty affective political work throughout the State (n connocti'on with the fight being made on tho Mann Uw. The primaries are pretty generally ovor by thl» time, but there aro ntlll several of them to como, Including that In Rlohmond, and the leAgue, to the beat of It* ability, la preparing for them. Tho chief object of the league i« to ■ecure tho clecti'on to the Legislature of men favorable to tho Mann bill, and to' ■ecuro the defeat of those avowedly opposed to It. Blnc« the adoption of the law by the Inst Legislature there hus been a very general outcry against It among the whiskey element, and this Mntimont hrm taken active nnd concrete form In tho prima...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 September 1903

0 MR. DAVIS AS ARBITRATOR High Compliment to WeilKnown Petersburg Attorney DREAM OF YELLOW GOLD A Colored Man Turning Up His Bnck Yard in Search of Buried Treasure. First Bale of Virginia Cotton. Favor New Trial for Bacon. (Spoclnl to Tho Tlmos-Dlspntch.) PETERSBURG, September 30.Probnbly tho highest compliment to a Petersburg mnn In tho financial world In many years Is that which enmo to Mr. Charles Hall Davis, of this city, In his appointment as ono of tho arbitrators of the differences between Mr. George 13. Fisher, and Mr. Fwwnk Jay Gould In which $1,000,060 ls Involved. Wlnslow S. Pierco, of Xow York, a prominent official of the Maryland Central Railroad, Union Pacific Railroad and Missouri Central Railroad, hns been chosen by Mr, Gould to represent him in this matter. There were three names under consldorntlon for selection to represent the Flsfcor Interest, Ellhu Root, Grovor Cleveland and Charles Hall Davis, of Petersburg, Mr. Davis wns tho choice. DtM'is and pierco will sol...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 September 1903

POLITICS IN OLD VIRGINIA Extremely Small Vote in the Dotetpurt Primary; l ( REFUSED TO GO INTOfBOX The Viva Voce Plan and the Mann Liquor Law Responsible for a Revolt in the Party—Will Result In Many Independents. (Bpecial from aStaff. Correspondent,) i FINCABTLE, VA.. September 10.— The condition of political affair* In Botetourt county- Is as remarkable as-' that whloh iwlsted In Amherat prior' to the defeat of Judge : Campbell, though not In any way similar. I am not sura, however, that, viewed from a party standpoint, they are not more dangerous. . | There wore only 235 votes cast In the primary election hold Saturday for the liomJnatlon of candidates for county offices. There have been cast as many as 1,600 or moro. The ereat majority of the Democrats refused positively to "go into the box," as they termed voting In the primary. A Democratic candidate told tpe U»day. that he exerted every effort (o induce his followers to vote, "but for the first time in my experience," he said...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 September 1903

8 Thtt Bat* lor Glmlfled Want Advfrtltlng li 1 cent per word Net Cash In ADVANCE, with a minimum co»t of £l cents for e«oh Insertion. The same rate applies to denths, marrlagcr, obituaries and oil bthef classified notices, No display type allowed In the classified columns. HELP WANTED— FEMALE, WOKE* WAMTED to Mil \?»<T ll £* o ff h °u.'SM l 112 n week clear. Dcpt U., Box 18. Phllndelph!a. . AY EDUCATED young lidy would like t« • ••e»» a position In some renl cstnte office. Aiiunss YOnNO LADY, care this office. WANTED, a. whlto WOMAN to help in hou«»krepliiB. sewiug nnd in companion In n smnll family llrlng In suburb, on tteetrl l,esi line; one who can live with the family: a good home to proper party. Address, with refer, ences, NASOM, care this ofllce. WANTED, In my family, an eiporjonoed TEAOHBill competent In English, Latlii, ire eh, Mnslc «nd Mflthemntlcs. Address ghlng reference nnd experience. A. li. rITTS, Arronla, Hucklngham county, Vn. SITUATIONS WANT WANTED, br ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 September 1903

THE CROP SITUATION It Was Stilt Paramount In the Market Yesterday. MUCH DAMAGE REPORTED Cteol Securities Again Conspicuous by Their HeavinMi— The Tone of the Late Afternoon Was Steady. (By Associated Preßß.) NEW TORK, Bept. 16,-The •ame Influences that have dominated the. stftcK market for nomo time nn«» »'» r o Again in Control to-day, The crop situation continued to be the paramount Issue, and out of the mass or sensntlonnl rumros and reports recently circuited, It isat last clear that serious harm has been wrouKht to crops in cartuln sections of the northwest. From Oeorgla and Alabama enmo roports to-day of dam«ne to cotton by high winds and heavy rain fall*. Trudlng during tho early session was noteworthy chiefly for a renewal of yesterday's selling movement for Wcslorn accounts. Chlcngo taking a lenrtlnif part. As In tho early week, Bteej •ecurltles were again conspicuous »£ tholr heaviness, both the common stock «nd the five per cent." bonds declining to new low levels. Bales ...

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

10 Miller & Ktio&As. 1 MtHer G Rho&ds. New Arrivals in Fall Walking Skirts. Skirts that como just to tlio instep aro in greater demand this fall than ovor before, and tho point wo omplinsize about our Skirts is this, thnt tho lower-priced ones hang just as well as tho highor-pricod ones. There's nothing "cheap" nbout any of them except the prices. For $2.98 you enn got nn exceptionally pood Mellon Cloth, neatly made with a flared stitched bottom and trimmed with buttons. Oxford, Brown, Hlack and Xavy. Mack and Navy Cheviot. Skirts for $3.98 arc strictly tnilor-mude, with twelve rows of stiteliiiiß around the bottom and trimmed with small buttons. An especially low-priced skirt is a Bannockburn Mixtures at $4.48. Seven pores, neatly stitched bottom, with n yoke of self-material, which is trimmed with buttons, j Wedding Presents From Our Bric-a-Brae Store. KVe are sdlinß them every day, and certainly i there's nothin X that wffl b approlte*d more by...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 September 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 September 1903

P%** 9 W f "% W*^ M*^ m mm m^r B4m < 4 m M Mt\ i-*L+ SECTIONS. TUB TIMKS KOUNtJfct) IMft. TUESDAY'S PRIMARY ELECTION indications Pointing to Very Light Vote. VIVA VOCE SYSTEM FOR FIRST TIME The Principal Fight Is for the House of Delegates. CAUSE OF VERY QUIET CAMPAIGN The Barksdale Law Cul O.TAII Expenditure of Money — Something About the House Candidates— A Re- - ported Fight on ; Mr, L. T. Christian by the Liquor Men— Other Notes, Not In the recollection of old Democratic leaders bag there been such a dull and uninteresting campaign in Richmond as that which will culmlriato in tho primary to be held on Tuesday, when a State Senator, five members of the House of Delegates, thirty-five city comraltteemen and a clerk ol the Circuit Court are to be nominated, and present Indications are that a very small H-ote, .comparatively ■peaking, will be polled. There are several causes for tblt lnactWlty on the part of the voters, one being teh adoption of the Barksdale pur« •lectio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 September 1903

2 A MEETING NEXT MONTH Great Convention of Methodists in Philadelphia. VIRGINIANS TO ATTEND Dr. Gamewell, Who Superintended the Defentes of tho Beslged Legations at Peking, Will Be There— Many Distinguished Speakers. Thi> missionary leaders of the Methodist Episcopal Church havo announced a srreat missionary convention to be held In tho Academy of Mujlc at Phlludolphla, Pa,, October lltli-13th. Thfl convention Is to be a delegated body. Its cllcntelo bolng dmwn from the New England and Middle Atlantic States. An attendance of more than :.500 Is anticipated. The convention Wll! be self-entertnlnlng. Technically speaking, the convention Is beld under the auspices of tho Open Door Emergency Commission of tho Missionary Bociety of the Methodist Episcopal Church. This commission wns originated by the (Board of. Bishops, and was organized primarily to devlso ways and ineuns for promoting a larger missionary interest and enthusiasm among tho three million rrembers of the Methodi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 September 1903

THE KAISER IS SNUBBED Has Hard Time Since His Return from Norway. PARIS LOSES NOBLE SONS Prof. Auguste Kerckhoff and M. Gustave Larrou Met Among Them. Historical Old Colllon Estate for Sale. ."Special Cabla to Th 3 Tim23-Di3patch Copyright, 1903.) By PAUL VILLIERS. fARIS, Sept. 19.— The Kaiser han had no very pleasant time of It since he returned from his annual trip to Norway. To be true, he enjoyed the manoeuvres vary much, though the Saxon generals had the bad taste to win a battle over tho Prussians. Now that the manoeuvres nro over, however, the Socialistic press, wh^cli some few weeks ago put an end to tho Kaiser's pel scheme of a fortified palace at Plchelrwerdcr, Is busy telling Emperor William how extremely uncomfortable they will make it for tho imperial government •when the Rolchstag open again, and tl.eso veiled threats haye 1 made the Kaiser furious. His press gag law, by which ho has forbidden any Soclnllfitlc paper to montion his name, or stand trial for lese ! majest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 September 1903

The Times-Dispatch Published Dally atid Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Str««». Richmond, Vn. Bntsred Jnn« Uftry 27, 1003, at Richmond, Va.i «b second-class mntter. under Act of CongrMi of M.irch 3, 1879. The DAIIiT ThVta)3-t>ISPATCH Is sold Rt & cents A copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is eotd nt G fronts a copy. Tho DAtLV TIMES-DIBPATCH by mnll-60 cents ft month! JS.OO n yenr: SB.BO for el* months; !1.00 Mr tnree ntontlin, Tho SUNDAY TtMK3-DISPATCH by mnll 12.00 a yonr. Tho DATLV TLVES-DtBT»ATCH, Incliidbft Sunday. 11l Richmond nnd Mancluster, by carrier, 13 cents por week, or GO cents per month. Tho SUNDAY TIMISS- DISPATCH, by Carrier, G cents per week. Tho WEEKLY TIMES-DIBPATCH. 11.00 a year. All Unslgnofl Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communication* will hot be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Offlc. at t. A. Miller I *, No. 619 Eatt Broad Street. __ SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, I** 3 ' Pertons leaving the city for the summer should order The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 September 1903

* DUBLIN SHOW ONE OF BEST The Greatest of All for JumpIng Horses. HUNTERS ARE THE HEROES Over Om Thousand In tho Exhibition This Year— Some of tho Remarkable Records Made and Notable Horsos that Have Won. Tho approaching Horso Show In Klchiftond will give much Interest to Urn great Dublin llorso Show which has Just been concluded with wonderful succe«s. Tho thlrty-olxth annual show wan held on August 2311), 26th, 27th and 2Slh at Bulls Bridge. Dublin, nnd the widespread Interest which Is taken In this greatest of »ll shows for Jumping horses Is evidenced by the fact that there are 1,100 entries, of which 1,000 wore cither hunters, green or .qualified, or horses suitable to make hun'tors or brood maros or Hlroß of hunters. The ,»how Is held In very spacious grounds at nails Bridge, and though It 1» Interesting also for trotting horsos, there being ono class of fast trottlni: horses and altogether twenty-ono classes for harnesß horses, ponies nnd trotting horaos, yot tho show Itaclf, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 September 1903

« With tho first sharp breath of autumn, *blch renders mld-Soptomber days bo bracing and the atmosphoro so delicious, the thoughts of tho Richmond society Birls-and the smart young matrons who arc not a whit behind the girls In point of charm, as well as the older and soberer gentlemen, whoso tastes revert to the preferences of a generation backare busied with the Important matter of fall shopping. The display of goods In dry goods establishments give a Vivid Idea of the "fall procession of colors." Some of tho millinery stores have had their ear y autumn opening and the attractions in the way of novel shapes and styles provo Irresistible to the feminine fancy, which never Indulges In happier flights than In the selection of hats and bonnets, That head wear for the autumn Is to be exceedingly artistic Is at once apparent to those who have visited the parlors of Relnach's new store at No. 427 East Broad Street] where everything Is arranged for the comfort of callers In courteous serv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 September 1903

The cashier of our largest bank gays: "Never drink any* thing but Pepsl'Cola; it is so delicious, refreshing and does not make one nervous." EC at All Soda Fountains. (Continued From Sixth Pago,) schools, whlio ' others return this yoar for tho professional /!durßo. Tho work is philosophic, hyglonic and artistic. Mi's. Thurston, the prlnctp.il, In a thor- ■ oughly progressive toachor, being fully tn touch with all tho leading schools of expression, and n'gldly excludes all tendoncy to artificial show. Sho has spent a largo part of tho summer with nomo of the leading educators of tho country. The work of the nnsuing yenr will be of a higher order than ever before, and the patrons and friends will bo presented with some delightful entertainments by Mrs. Thurston and her pupils. ■• • « J Miss Zollo Mt'nor, well and favorably known In^ Richmond sdcjal nnd musical circles, will resume nor clnnsea !n plnilo muislc September 15th, at. No. 419 West Grace Street. • • • Tho Grace Street Bapti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 September 1903

ROANOKE RED SULPHUR Late Guests Prolong the summer Season There. AN ALL-THE-YEAR RESORT Mrs. Thomas nnd Children Have Come from a Stay In Switzerland nnd Italy—Pleasures for tho Juvenile Contingent 1 (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) THE ROANOKE RED SULPHUR SPRINGS, VA., September 19.— The suecossful season of tho Roanoke Red, has at last 'virtually reached its close, as tho demands of business and schools draw many of its guests reluctantly homeward, though the hotel will b e kept open for visitors throughout tho J' oar > nnd th " attractions of the delicious air mid henlthglving wntor are peronnlal. A few guests continues to ootne, and among tho recent arrivals were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Abercotnbe, from Ponsacolii, Fla. ; Mrs. Dr. Thomas, of Richmond, and her sisters, she and nor little boy and girl, having Just como from Switzerland and Italy; Mr. and Mrs. Caruth, from Baton Rougo, and others. I may men: tlon here incidentally that It was. touching to sea tho Jby of the I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 September 1903

A' SOCIALISTS IN ENGLAND ARE STEADFAST AND CONSISTENT staunch lor the Co-qppratlve Commonwealth'. 1 SAY THEIR IDEAS SPREAD Their Activity It Not Confined to- Political Movement -Have Strong Influential Club "Which I* Eminently Practical In Its Work. ((Special Correopondfinco of The TimesDispatch. Copyright, 1003, hy tho Author.) LONDON, Sept., 12.— Although thnro arc many rndicaiu anu itiuor ion/ieis in England who havo their rtoubtM na to liio best course to take In the present ur!ni3 of trades unionism, thoro m one party that hua no mlsslvlnffa ot any Hort. Thta 1h the toolalist party. In good ropute and 111, In victory und Ctlotit, whalftver the crlsln or tho issuo, tills party nt.-.nds stc.idfaßt and proolalnifl that It points t!i« only way to the gttlvatlon of tho world. Tho court ilaolflions cannot claim Its atlonllon. Mr. Chamberlain may tiy to bring England back to protection 1. ho will. The British soldiers may dfuneh fiouth Africa with blood, there 18 but ono reUrcss-the c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 September 1903

BIRDS OFF FOR SOUTH Yearly Migration of Feathered Hosts Unexplained Mystery OBSERVING NIGHT FLIGHT Can Bo Seen with Opera Glasses CrossIng Face of Moon— Mnny Killed by Lighthouse— Aristo' tie's Kinglet, By EDWARD B. CLARK, (Associate Member American OrnltholoBialH 1 Union). AVho sHall explain the mystery of tho tr.Jgrntlon? VRepulnrly every year at the first pulsing of the spring and at thP first chllllnß of tho full the great bird at my taites up Its mnrch of migration. For centurlna scientists have been strlv- BARN SWALLOW (HIRTTNDO ERY. THROG ASTRA) ON THE WING. Ing to answor the question. Answers have been given by the fcore, but as yet the answer to to come which shall spell satisfaction to the multitudes who wonder at the mystery. If wo conceive for a moment of a condition In which an army of birds newly Bprung to life, finds itself In a temperate country with foraging conditions of tho beat, and then suddenly finds Itself fnco to fnco with frost and famine, wp can understand ...

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