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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

MEETING OF BEVERLY MONROE CHAPTER Mrs. Thomas B. Lyons, Slate Regent Tells of Work of Daughters of Revolution (Special to The Tlinon-DlHpatch.) BTAUNTOK, VA., May 2.— Tho Bovcrly Manor Chapter of tho Daughters of the American Revolution held tholr roguJar masting Wednesday evening at tho residence of Mrs. Frank M. Itanger, thtrt being an unusually large gathorln»r present. Th« routine business wan gone through with, and Miss Mary P. Duvall and Mm, Prank Hanger both read' 'papers. Mlsa Sara Cicenlnaf Front gave a delightful reoltatlon. Mrs. Thomas B, Lynns, of Cliarlottusvlllo, State Regent, was presont At tho meeting, and v;tm lntroduacd, Mm. Lyotiij gave a short JnstruoUvo talk on the : State Work of the Daughters of the Involution. After tho moating refreshments were ■orved and the ovening nio.it pleasantly »pent. Mrs. Lyons in the {post of local Hogent, Mrs. C*harlo» C?urry, on Prospect Street. - Tho Chesapenlto and Westorn Railway Company haa leaned from Mr, 'garnuel •Forrer a n...

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

10 PI MARKET ie 1 IFF! FSS lO Lll LLLJJ .I,' . . All Classes Continue to Be Indifferent. NEW YORK UTILITIES ROSE This Was on Demand from Bears to Cover Short Contracts — Mexican Railway Stocks Felt Good Effect of Rise In Price of Silver. (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK, Mny 2.— The almost lifeless condition of to-day's stock market roIlectcd the continued Indifference of n 1 classes. The demand Tor tho >on lorK Public Utilities seemed duo to covoring of short contracts by bears, who l^J'ed for a decline as a result of the establishment of the franchise tax. The T'T, 011 ,, rl! "| In l.ho silver market started tho National Railway of Mexico stocks upward again, and the Bmeltlng stocks were slightly bonofltcd from tho cause. Pennsylvania a net earnings for March were a disappointment, the gnin In tho gross earnings for Die lines enst of Plttsburg and Erie being practically wiped out by tho added operation expenses, while for tho lines west of Plttsburg a substantial net doc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

FINANCIAL SITUATION Monetary Consideration Assuming Dominant Influence. THE RAILROAD OUTLOOK Heavy Traffic Is Reported On All Lines And Monthly earnings Show Qonsral Increase. Labor Outlook Has Considerably Improved. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) KtilW YORK, May, 2.— Although monetary consldoratlonu liavo played an, important part In shaping tho course of tho stook m/irkot during the last fow' wcoka, they are again assuming thotr old position of dominant factor In the fntui« of tho situation. Too' much s'tross citnnot be laid on the fact that tho next nix months Will tax the resourced of tho banks to an Unusual degree; the heavy dlubursoments inoldent to tho Puiiama paymont and tho dotation of vatUoun bond Issuoh, £ho maintenance of trust company roscrve» and the large crops have already boon dlscussod In theso columns. The oxpendituros nocosßltatod thereby may or may not be oxa^sernted, but tho fast remains that tho resources of financial institutions aro being fm titled to a fr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

NR PRICE SALES' j " > r\* Not a few trifling Gtmrsdtore^ *"--;- :"s of tfoods at selling values as will make this ONE OF THE BEST STORES IN AMERICA. , The dilemma of merchants and manufacturers see the large sources of outlet, and because they, nearly always find merchandise relief in Cohen's great outlet. THE BEGINNING OFA NEW PRICE ERA STARTS MONDAY, The most wonderful price-making time of the season. _____ Wild Selling of Made Garments. There is a harvest for buyers on the second floor — 25 to 50 net cent, off best value prices now. $10.00 Tailor-Made Suits are $5.00. $12.fi0 Suits, in all colors nnd ; I sizes, i'or $8.00. $15.00 and $10.50 Suits now. $10.00. $22.50 Suits arc $15.00. $27.50 and $32.f>0 Suits are $20.00. $35.00 and $-)2.00 Suits aro $25.00. $8.50 CoatH, of all-silk taffeta, ! for $2.08. I $10.00 Coats, of all-silk peau de Boie, for $5.00. $12.50 Conts, of all-silk taffeta, with embroidered circular collar, $ '$ 55°005 s °oo COVERT CLOTH JACKE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

Uncle Esau decides to help in the Spring cleaning- And picks op quite nicely. KIOEDMOKD, VA« SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1903. And starts in on the parlor carpet. And the entire county gets Into the movement. The cyclone starts on its career while he rests. Five minutes later it is the real thing— - Esau—"There, that job's done and I fed. better!"

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

THE WAR AND SLAVERY Something in the Way of a Review of Both. AN INTERESTING PAPER Thoughts of a Virginian Now Residing InjGcorgla— Recollections and Reminiscences of the Confederate War, Etc. / . ( (For Tha Times-Dispatch.) (By Dr. W. B. Con way, of Athens, Ga.) sfti view of Lho part taJcon by Virginia in the "war between the States," her history would be Incomplete did wo not Introduce to the reader some of tho main causes loading up td decoaslon. It haa been said by Home, that slavery had but 11U10 to do with bringing about tho war, but all must admit that outBide of "Slates' rights" nnd other constitutional questions, slavery played Its part and was indeed ono of tho loading factors Ih/'tho formation of ' the Confederate States'. HcJwevori It matters not what the cause was, It l ls conceded that our people basod their action upon the Constitution. Previous to tho adoption of tho United Statos Constitution, "Virginia made a doelaratlon (on tho 12th of Juno, 3770) retiquhqlng her ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

JAMES MADISON, THE FATHER OF THE CONSTITUTION. : ../ c New and Admirable Blograppher of the Great Virginian. RELIGIOUS FREED'M FIGHT Mtdlson Says Mr, Hunt Began the Fight and Did Moro Than Any , Other Man to Win It— Tho Scholar from Orange* Tlmos-DlHpatcli Bureau, No. 1417 ° Btroot. N. W. ( «, Washington, D. C May 2. it has remained tor Mr. Gnlltard Hunt. a Loulglanlan, to glvo us Uio "Inat word" on jiimcH Madlsorl. For, If 1 mistake not, thoro will bo found little necessity for (mother biography of the Father of tho Coiißtltutloti slnco the completion oC Mr. Hunts-w ork. I ha'vo Just laid It down. 1 must accord to It probably tho first place |n point of Interest among tho lilographlcH I have rend slnco I devoured Henderson's Stonowall Juckson three yenrs nxo. There are po Braces of diction nnd stylo to commend Mr. Hunt's boot. unlesß straightforward expression nnd absolute lucidity and simplicity, be regarded ns graces. Tlipy should bo so looked upon In works of a biographical natu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

O" « »NB of the chief values of boxing as a higher form of pb£- . lyy.twpi steal culture lies in the fact j^^yj that ii demands constant study ,, f . ' and Improvement of the menl|ll control .of.tho muscles. JBJwnrd. dellyery, counter, nil require pstody action of mind over matter; accu-,-JWte decision In a second's tlmo. And. If a' better has failed to guard, tho muscles where the blow ls dellvored should be contracten-buncbod-BO that greater reisistance wll bo offered the blow. I'erfect control over the facial musclqs is hlg-hly necessary. A boxer should not let his condition be read In bis face by •Ills opponent. If tho boxnr shows that 11 pertain blow has surprised and Jarred Wjm, the opponent will rush In to follow ,U$ this advantage If tho body's weorll^fes creeps Iptp. tho face, the opponent §'1U see that :'h> will not havo to guard bo carefully and that ho can assume an aggressive offense. ' ■ On the other hand, if the facial mus.'cles are kept free of tho state o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

RAILROAD TO BAGDAD An Enterprise That Is Stirring Up All Europe, GERMANY IN CONTROL No Matter Who Furnishes the Money, Germany Will Hold tho Whip Hand— Bare-Footed Dance the, Fad In Berlin. BY MALCOLM CLARKE. . (Special Cublo to Tho Tlmes-Dlsnatch, , ■ copyright, J9oa.) ■ BERLIN, May 2.— "Whoevor furnishes tho monoy, nothing enn keep tho,Bagclad Railway from remaining a Gorman' line." Tho onlorprlßo, and the excitement 'lt i« nllrrltig up throughout, Europe, Is JUst now monopolizing the attention of tho so-rlous-mlndud In Germany. Echoes from England aro particularly Interesting) owing to the apparont- Inability ot Mr.. Balfour. Lord Lansdowno and other-.mam-bora of tho government to make up 'their minds regarding proper attitude . in the matter. Tho English objections are principally or.' account of lack of English representatlon In the directory. Tho directors thus far appointed aro: Count Arnoux, direc-tor-general of tho administration of the Ottoman Public Debt! M. Auboyneau, ge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

- . ... .—. — •■-- Fragrance of Flowers Have aQuieting Effect Upon the Nerves and Perfume Makes the Flesh Soft and Elastic. (■y Katherlriß Morten— Copyright, 1903.) Perfume ftcts as a beauty spell. The woman who wishes to fascinate begins by creating a pleasant atmosphere. She perfumes her hair ana Imparts the odor of roses or of violets to her sUIn by a nior« or less olftboratg process, Thero Is a practical, us Well as an flcthetio side, howwer, to this lavish use of perfumes or flowers. Many kindsmore particularly roses-will quiet the nerves, noting ns a sedative. Inhnled Inetend of salts, a fragrant roso will often •ootho n hcHdaohoj That a vlnalgrottu .may be displaced by a flower. Is a charming fancy. For one thing n woman look* much morp picturesque when inhallnjf tho perfume of flowers. A roso held In tho mouth may keep away contagion. It Is oertnlnly a more ngreenblo panacea than a camphor bag, tf tho blues can be driven away by (tprlng flowers, It. Is held, they certainly h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

PRETTY OK" ARE SEEMTN " THE NEW SHOULDER EFFECTS r.« . "" llfll "' rbrlffl trimming, which ejwiitt New Transparent Effects or a «o«t, nuffy con of doiio«te btmh lullo, with a bow and loops of shaded Among Latest Developments, green and pink m^ons caught m the lftft sldo. Another smart looking hat, with a eon* spleuous underbrlm trlhlmlriK, Is of brllIlnnt bluo with a short back and nn abrupt flaring front. It In trimmed with white liberty satin ribbon loosoly draped about Iho crown and tying In an occasional knot. Th« utidorbrlm of the nttt la banked with whlto hyaelnthM. . Hats In this stylo fti'o partleularly liked by tho yoiiiiu woman of limited Income, for tholr ti'inißformlng possibilities tiro many. l»y ohntislng the underhrim trimming dho can vrtry thd Effect of her 6n'. hat many times. There Is simply no emt to the pretty wayß tho bocomlnßly shapert black straw hat can be varied, At one time tho flaring brim can ho raced with Ahaded green cherry- leaves with hero nnd there a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

i i ~~~" 11 I lA/fi«« IA/ac Tlrtlkfirt T a of* lATc*l2*fr Hl«tory-m«klng Events In All Lines of Activity. For the Woman who Wants to Know. WHAT WAS UUNE LrASI ■▼▼ tAUVk BrUf, Classified, Complete, to Date, \ \ For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. • *■*„„ U/ An , n rttr ftlittQ A Ready Reference Encyclopedia. For the Business Jinn Too Busy to Know. Iflj 1 HIS WORLD OF V/UKO | * j _ jimerican Jtffairs. EXPOSITION DEDICATED. More than "a quarter of a million visitors at St. T/nils, Thursday, participated ,in Iho ccromonlnl dedication of tho •WorldV Fair, which Is to commemorate tho purchase of the Louisiana territory ono hundred years ngo. The visitors Included the President of the United states, Cabinet Ministers, ox-President Cleveland, State Governors, tho representatives of foreign nations and ropresontntlves of tlio army nnd navy, Marshalled by Major-Gonoral Corbln, the parndo . moved through tho city to the Exposition grounds, whero It was reviewed by tho 'President In tho ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

GOSSIP OF METROPOLIS George W, Perkins and How He Won His Way to Top TALK IS STILL OF PARKER Hl» Boom for Presidency Is Still Boom" Ing— Automobile Owners Regard Arrest for Speeding as a Mere Uafk— Banqyet to Grau, By JOHN MARTHOL. , NmV YOKK, May 2,-Wlth the_ depart turo of J. P. Morgan for foreign . lands In pursuit of Recreation and art truaßure-i, the Bcopter of tho King of Finance passes Into tho strong hand of Qcorgo W; PerItlns, Btrangc, Is It not, that a man who five years ago waa scarcely knowr). lii thu financial world ,)» to-day known In o.v.ery financial confer in tho, wwld7 Ability tolls; gonlua scores;- Industry worksi'woAdVrt In a short time/ Perkins Is a ; trittrt'o'f ability, of genlusv of Industry. "'' ' ' Mr, Morgan In 'tho last fow 'years' hftA proven to the world at large thatlha Indußtrlal and financial world has been to him as a checker board. Railroads, rollIng mills, forges, banks, trust coin panics have been as the pieces set upon It.' His has been the mast...

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

EROFESSOR WOODROW WILSON'S "HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES" •The Complete. Pootical Works of Alexander Pope" — "Two Bird Storlos"— "AVitli the Trees." "The Flower Bountiful," "The Hoflectioiis of a Lonely Man/.' "Roderick Tnllaferro" Agnln— Joseph ■'. A. Altshelor— Posthumous) Novel by Stockton— Gibson's Now Book. General Gordon's Memoirs. Mrs. G. Vcro Tylar. Identity of "a Virginia Girl." President wooorow wilson's history of the american peoPLE. A JSrlef Reylow by It. IV. Howl- " sou, JjL. JJ. Many tauts ol he.iodlty and environment give Interest to this. work and Its author . and tend to Its fcivorable reocptlon by all tho peoplo of tho United States. President Woodrow Wilson is a son of Rev. Dr. Joseph X, Wilson, who has latoly 'passed away from this world nnd who wns woll known to thousands us a Christian minister nnd scholar and a very venial nnd delightful man. Woodrow Wilson was born In Slaunton, Va., Documbur 28, ISSO. Jiis Christian name Is that uf his mother, who was Jessie...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

Jr&^Zx'f Delicately formed and gently reared, women will find, / r^feS^^l^^ - r..\ :•:£'>•"" y) %km rj In all the seasons of their lives, as maldens.wlves.or moth- : JniEfiiPC^Ui "'y"'.-:x( M\ fjffi" ers, that tho one simple, wholesome remedy which acts L___r^_NfiwVl# ••X'^ Vfl of) gently and pleasantly and naturally, and which may ba J^vJisM^ J^m^f ''*■'"' &£%*H\ t\tf<h<l,?? used with truly beneficial effects, under any conditions, _£!|S_^^ «_P_r^\^ *\'s'"^^\ii ; m'y^ when tho system needs a laxative, Is— Syrup of Figs. It J(_>_«f' Ji_r^y ' '^^ "■'' -^'-"^J iff-ffa ls weil knov/n to bo a simple combination of the laxative &SSbvUI .._fflra«W '^X ■'''''''' *rsfi 'Wf; and carminative principles of plants with pleasant, aro-, O^:?'. f ' W^''^l^'^S^ J V%\ V\\ JiLi'i matlc liquids, which are agreeable and refreshing to the %/"./'ss ' awS" \W\ '[•)} '{IA taste and acceptable to the system when Its gantla ®.V 4...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

ALPHONSE, GASTON AND TMEIR FRIEND LEON IN DARKEST AFRICA. A Story of Incredible Adventures and Inexhaustible Politeness., In Four Chapters. Chapter 2. f Leon was caotured £ African Pvamio, W Hn w ,r, about to c,oU Kirn Znen a ferocious tiaerscnt them scamverino off. Here you behold Leon and the feroctou, tiger, -^^ tM „_. B ,^ ...... . AIN'T DAT A SHAjA^MEJ ..OUT IN DE RAIN (TO BE CONTINUED MEXT SUNDAY,)

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 May 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 May 1903

THR TIMES. FOUNDRD IMO. I WUOT T? NTTMRKT? 16,232 i SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS FORECAST. •WASHINGTON, Mny 4,— forecast for fftKiHtlny and Wflilne»dity) Virginia— l^ilr Tuesday nnd Wednesday; light variable Winds. North Carolina— fair Tuesday, except «hower» ftlong the coast. Wednesday fair; llKht, northenot winds, becoming varlnblo, Uoth Sundny and yesterday woro excnedliisly pleasant (3ay«, no far as temperature went. Tho woathor to-day, according to the official forecast, will be an pood as that which marked Its two prodoccßsorH, . BTATB OF TUB THISnMOMETBn. 9 A. M {'3 ja M g BP. M ■ «{ B V. ftl ■ « D P. M ' '. 56 12 midnight Avorago .' fi7s '° Tllghnßt tcmpnrnture yesterday 03. Lowest temperature yesterday y »Ji Mean temperature yesterday »» Normal temperature for May... uj Departure from normal temperature, w Precipitation during past U hours.... .a> MINIATUItia AI>MANAC. 5i Bun rises 5:12 I mail TIDE. .„ feun sou 7:02 I Morning «•*» lloon sotH 1:10 I -Evening R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 May 1903

IITHOUT FOUNDATION trlct Attorney So Finds Charges of Mr. Amory. AN EXPERT EXAMINATION Marked Differences Do Exlsf, Says the Accountant, Between the Report, but Do Not Result !n kr^ Advantage to Company. (1)7 Associated Press,) > NEW, YORK, May 4.— District Attorney Jerome late to-day made public ths *c- ,■. port.vqf Export Accountant Arthur W. rreele, whom ho employed to Joolc over the books of the' 'Metropolitan Railway Company.af tor oomplainia had. been lodged .with him that : the company ■ wfca in default. In his report Teele says among ' , either things: ' , • • '. "The deficit claimed by Messrs. Hortlo |«nd Tiechman ls'ftot substiihtlated eitho.r In prlnolple or in faot. The -liabilities whloh have been omitted ffom the balance ■host, other than takes, would, whon brought .Into the balance sheet, add os■eta of a' corresponding value, "The theory .-.upon, which .it la claimed that dividends paid were unwarranted or Unearned, is entirely wrong in prlncl"Une reports b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 May 1903

BIG SHOW IN MANCHESTER Olympia Club to Help West Point Sufferers. JUDGE GREGORY THE MAN Will Succeed Erneat Wells* as Com- . monwealth's Attorney of Chesterfield— Funeral Services— Elks' Meeting— Personal Notes. Manchester Bureau Tlmcs-Dlspatch, I No. 1102 Hull Street. . ; Tho bntertalnment for tlio benefit of the West Point sufferers, to bo given by the Olylnpla Club will bo ono of tho most entertaining and Interesting ever glvmi In Manchester. Besides tho members of the club, a number ot well known entertainers will tako part In the programme, including the well known team of Wilson tin<j Freeman and John Rycill, besides Miss Ourtrude Allen, tho swoet-volced singer, who can sing coon HOngß as well as any professional. COMMONWEAI/rirS' ATTORNEY. Judge Gregory hns been appointed Commonwealth's Attorney for Chfcsterllold county, to succeed Mr, Ernest H, W»lln, Who has resigned so that he may moro fully attend to hlo private business. FUNERAL SERVICEB. Tho funeral of Mr. Jo...

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