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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 May 1903

12 Miller & Rhoads, | Miller & Rhoads. Extraordinary Offerings In Silks For this Week Wo started a. special sale of Silks a week ago, and tho returns last week were satisfactory to us in every way. This week the salo has been continued, and tho salos thus far at the beginning of tho second week have been even larger than those of the beginning of the first week. Confidence begets confidence. We knew our silks were worthy in every way, nnd that every customer would bo a living advertisement of the goods. That's why the Silk Sale is just as productive now as at tho beginning. Few more of the specials quoted this morning: 7Scandsl.OO Foulards, now 39c $1.25 Foulards, now 49c 75c Striped Tussahs, now 39c $1.25 Corded Taffetas, now 49c 75c Striped Pongees 59c $1,00 Striped Taffetas ...~ S9c x* t oaoaointaoiia9ttoa»it9oi9#tto»^ | Socia/ and \ 1 ZPersonai \ I * $000000000000000000000000** Mr. Elliott Daingerlleld, who has until fi P. M. yesterday been visiting Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 May 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 May 1903

THE TIMES. FOUNOBD \S% I THE DISPATCH. KOUNDKD IKW I SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS, THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. May 7.— Forecast for Friday nnd Batiinlnv: Vlr«lnln— Tnlr Fridiiy, exenpt rain In coutlieast portion; cooler. Saturday fnir; fre-sh nortlicant winds. North Carolina— Sliowmh Friday, cooler in the Interior. Saturday shonors; frcnh northeast winds. T.he sun BhnwoiJ ninro Btrpnfjth yesterday Ihnn tho day before, lint thn Imnt wnß not oppr'^fiHlvn. To-dny the outlook Is for fair wfntliT, except In the southeast portion, whero there- will bu rain nnd a lower temperature. HTATI3 OF THE THERMOMETER. 9 A. M M 12 M 72 B 1\ M " fi I>. M H D P. M C 9 12 midnight \ &_ Average - 701-3 HlEhrst tflmpornture yenterdny 77 I/O west Iprnjinralure ycctciilay "|j Mean temp'-rnturc yeiterdftj 07 Norrnnl t«»nir>eratur'! for May «7 DojiAltiro from norm.il irrni crfituro.. 00 Precipitation during past 'M hours.... 00 MINIATURE) ALMANAC. May 8, J403. Bun rises r.:09 HIGH TIDi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 May 1903

Hhfl Jaw Rovrrntng the case, <he legality tit tm> evidence and the strict compliance •#l(h the Constitution, .ludgo Campbell, !n his defense, did not deny the correctness of the testimony, but denied that the evidence was sufficient to remove. In his constituents, the censure of the llouso of Delegates, nmi Is entitled to the forbearance and patience of his brothor SenftlOis. 3jnl);d. A vote for Ihe substitute, or to arriond the Julnt resolution means Uiat C. J. Campbell will not be removed, and will lay at the floor of the Senate of Virß'n.a the responsibility of onuct.ng tho greatoot farce ovor Known In tho Commonwealth. The Tnzcwell Senator then proceeded to. pay his respects to the position of certain Senators. He referred to Senator Opie's confession that he wns prejudiced, and staled thnt he did not believe tho Sttiunton Senator was prejudiced, but thijt he wa-s like the Indian's tree; ho atqod so sralght that lie loaned backward. HefcrrliiK to tho Sta un...

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

ALL WANT TO GET THROUGH Members of the House and Senate Workiny Hard. TO REPAIR THE CAPITOL Resolution Passes Instructing Commission to Go Forward Upon Adjournment—Agricultural Commission Bill Passes House. Tho Legislature Is making strong efforts to complete Ha work by May 16th, end there now appears boiiio hopo of such, a result. Tlio Sonato yesterday adopted a Joint resolution calling upon tho Capitol CommiHHton to proceed at onco upon the M'JJouinmcnt of the General Assembly to repair the Capitol building ao hh to have It ready for occupancy at the November session. A bill was reported from th« Flnancn C'ommlitco appropriating rn.ooo for a Btatuo of Oenoral Ia:o and one of doorec WuHhlngton, to be bo plnced In tho Capitol at Washington. Only two blllH of Importance woro enBroßsed In the House. Ono wtts to elect justices of the peaco by the people, nnd the other defining tlio powe-rH and dutlcH of the Btftto Hoard of Agriculture. A number of bills were offered In tho House, bin t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 May 1903

* The Times- Dispatch Published Daily and Weekly nt No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Vn, Entered January 27, 1003, at Richmond, Va., as SecondClass Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Thß DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH 1b ■old nt 2 cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is Bold at 6 cents n, copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail— 60 cents n month : $5.00 a year, $2.fiO for six months; $1.50 for throe months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, includiug Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week". The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 penis per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 yenr. All Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 610 East Broad Street. FRIDAY, MAT 8, 1903, CLEVELAND OR ROOSEVELT ? At Montgomery, Ala., on May fith, a conference of white and colored Republicans wu held to consider the question of negro representation In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 May 1903

OHE MINIMUM o r JL M m~^- **■** WORDi Cash In Advance uvT • "«"i • mi *"=" HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, A WOMAN TO NURSE: good home to right party. Apply 2500 Grove Avenue. BTTUATION3~WA"NfE I>^FE MA LE. WANTED, AT ONCE A POSITION HV latly to taho charge of llnini or pantry . rlrrmrt merit In hotel. Address WINBOR HOTEL, Fnrmvllle. Vfl. POSITION WANTED UY STENOGRAPHER; willing lo work for a very ronßonablo prim. KlrSJy nddrcss all particulars to Miss A. IV, No. 610 North Sixth Street, city. HELP WANTED— MALE. WANTED, FOX THE IJ. S. ARMY: Ahlebodled, unmarried men, between nges of 21 nnd 35, citizens of United States, of good character anrl temperate habits, who can nponlf, road and write Kngllßh. For Information ai)|iy to nRCHUITING OFFICER. 310 East Uroad Street. Richmond. Va. "WANTED, HARNKSH-MAKERS] IN^ eluding trUtors, Btltchors nnd Cutters, liy a Inrffi) nnd modern factory; beautifully Rltuatcd In nuhiirtian country vllliige of two thousand Inhabitants; no Btrlke; wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 May 1903

U\ , CARLOADS OF BERRIES Big Shipments Made fron Norfolk to the North. TRIAL OF MICHELSOHN Exercises of Confederate Memoria Yesterday— S. S, Lambert, Jr., Says He Will Not Run lor the Legislature Wilh Whitehead. (Speuinl to Tho Times- Dispatch.) NOHPOIiK, A' A., May ",— The shipment of strawberries North In oarload lots hns begun. Four cars left j-esterdny and three this morning 1 , and heavy shipments are crpected to-night. Tho Fruit Growers' Express now hns on the tracks hern between Slftcdi nnfl twenty enrs already Iced for loading. Tlio dally shipments Are expected to lncroaso soon lo twelve or fifteen earn a day. Tho berries are nil going North, Tbe cars are marked yesterday ns follows: Boston, two cars; Troy, N, V., one oar; Woroester, Mass, ono car. This morning- one car ench -wns sent to Boston, Worcester nnd Providence, Tho loading to-day Is for New York and Pittsburgh These first shipments aggregate 1,120 cratos, or 07,200 cruarts. The estlmnte for Iho ontlro crop Is 112,0...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 May 1903

DURHAM MAN: CUTBYNEGRO William Mangum. Jr.. In Critical Condition at Raleigh. THE NEW CITY OFFICIALS Walter Wollcott Elected Chief of the Fire Department to Succeed L H. Lumeden — Chief of Police Mullens Re-Elected. (BpeoUl to Th» Tlmat.Dltpateh.) HAX.EIOH. N. C, Ma-y 7.— Wm. Mangum, Jr.. of Durham, wa<i seriously nut early this morning at a roHort In the eastern part of tho city by John Kelley (colored), a hack driver. Mangum Is In a very serious condition and Kelley li being held for developments in th» treat, mont of tho wounded man. The Board of Aldormon were In session until a lato hour last night, spending most of tho time In cancua, selecting officers for tho ensuing term of two yours. A change of general Interest was the election of Mr. Walter Woiroott chief of the Volunteer Mro Department ■ In the stead of U. H. Lumsden. Chief | of l'olloe Mullens was re-elected but the police forco wa» considerably shaken up. It Is announced that the commencement oxerclncs of Pe...

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

8 CHARITIES CONFERENCE Interesting Report Submitted by Dr. Drewry. ABLE ADDRESSES MADE William H. Allen Scores Hie Giving of Alms to the Individual Vagrant, Which He Says is an Evil Which Shouid Be Corrected. (ttj- Associated rrccd.) ATL.ANTA, OA., May 7.— The second day's session of the National Conference of Charities and Corrections was opened to-day with an Invocation !>>■ Bishop Benjamin J. Kelley, of Savannah, Oa. The general schedule of the day was "county and municipal Institutions," "outdoor relief and vagnmce." DREWRY'S RETORT. Dr. Drewry, Superintendent of tho Central Stafco Hospital at Petersburg, Va., submitted tho following report: "I respoctfully submit the following report regarding the public charities and corrections of Virginia, confining myself to the subjects embraced In your recent letter, viz: "1. Progress made during tho last year: (a) New or proposed legislation; (b) New or proposed institutions— Sta-to, county or municipal. "2. Tho pre...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 May 1903

PRICES WENT DOWNWARD .—. — There Was No Definite Reason for Decline. PROFESSIONALS AT LIMIT They Hive Been Bidding Up Prices, and Find Themselves Without Com-pany-Market Closed Mcady, but Low— Bonds Irregular. NI2W YORK, May 7,-ifrlces went AownwarU on tho Slock &xcht)rigo to-iluy v/lUtiout any very cle:»r r'-ason, althouxh tho theoiles current tor. the (Incline took a wide range over tho whole Hntmclal Held on Ihe purl of I ho' Imnui-rooin traders who hud tho market to themselves. The simple fXiilanation Koenis io be that those tirofpstflotial operators who' havo bc-en hti>li!g ii nO bidding up stotltH to a moclcißte extent during the week fln'i thcniflelvcs M,h little company -uid fi"l that they have reached tho limitn of their couiflgiS in fpptuiutlve commltmonts, Th« bi'ocrks of fclllih; to taICQ profits f t n tl r< iih narrow a participation In tlie market nn and posslblo Bolrl exports. The dovplop-UK-nts In connection with Mm now Transvnal lof...

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

TO Miller & Rhoads. | JVlUler^ Rhoads. Some Extraordinary Reductions in Our Trimming Department. "Women who've been delayed making up thoir spring gowns will bo able to profit by those swooping reductions. Pded people who like to prepare some time ahead will not an opportunity. 5c Yard Jet Gimps, former prices were lOe-lSc-lOc and 22c. Lot II 10c Yard Jet Gimps, former prices wore 15c-19c-25c and 330. Lot 111 10c Yard Stool Gimps, former prices 250 and yOo yard. Lot IV 5c Yard Jet Stool Gimps, former prices 19c ami 250 yard. Lot V 25c Yard Odd pieces and colors of Mousseline DoSoie that have been 50c yard. Other redactions in Persian Bauds, appliques, drops and dangles. I Social and I | Lee Camp Hall. Mrs. Joseph Bryan and Mrs. Stephen Putney were present, and the chairmen of- the different tables, with their committees, wore largely present Smiles wreathed all faces, nnd the eatrtifferont Stato tables ivero heard with great enthusiasm. The amount now in the treasurer's ...

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

MAGAZINE SECTION THB TIMES, FOUNDKD 18% I WHOLE NUMBER 16.231. TUB DISPATCH, FOUNDED ISSO I wnuLEl IN UZUDCn., »o^3*« 1.1 V J LJ LJ C^^y vVJ vjiuA LJ viLx *- 1 -* ir l LJ L_3 LJ v»iiX LJ U G^Lst \bLS U 1 / >^—^ rnj " Huh ! Wot a cinch dat crib'll be ! " •'Huh! 1 wuddent change places wid de owner _ When I hits de bottpm 1 ..'.. Grieat lacksonJ WHERE'S DB FLOOR I" "Oh, dear me, wot a lot er. racket I'm making" BICIEVIOND, VA.. SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1903. "Nuthfn' but a board an' a winder-opener needed!" "Hufiygee! Where's de floor?" "I know I'm goin' ter ruin, dis suit er clothes I" Dere's a,watcriraan 1 Hope I don't wake him up I* "Dark es a jail, but I'll lighten de loint I'll bet it's six er eight ifeet— ** "Oh my ! De floor's bustin' t'roo wid me 1 " "Meow-wowl Gr*r-r-r—woof— woofl Help, PKICE FIVE CENTS. " Sum folks say de risks we take am t wort' de game." I hopes I don't make no noise-~ 7r 44 Hully gee 1 De hull building lumblin' in I "' "Hullyr gee I Wot kind of er i&...

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

2 BLUFF 1 1862 Mr. E. B. Howie Gives His Recollections of the Day. WHO WAS IN COMMAND? He Says that a Naval Officer, Not Mnj. Drewry, Was — Details of tho Fight With the Federal Ironclads. Incidents and Personals, Etc. fcdltor of The Tlmes-Dlspatch: Owing to the grroat "I>awneo scare" In JIEGI, it becamo very plain to the authorities nl nichmond thitt thero would have %o be some sort of defensive works placed op. the shores of tho JnmeN Illvor below Hhe city to prevent tho vessels of the {Federal na\T from coining up Uio river and menacing tho State und Confederate Btates capitals, which wero then wholly Et the mercy of any armed vessel that might V'fi sent against It. After enroful coiiHldoratlon tho bluff on'-tho ri'er nt Drewry'B farm was selected as the most suitable place. Just lie'fli there is a bend In the rlvor, which is 'very narrow at that point, and tho bluff on 'the south sldo rises almost por-pt-ntlicularly about seventy-five foot high, making It very much li...

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

■* The Purple God, CHAPTEK I. THli NANA'S GUEST. "One might be In the heart of the Torai, from the looks of this bit of country. It's uncommonly wild nnd lonely. You are euro you know Just where we ere, Spanish?" . ■ "I ought to, sir; I was quartered in thfl neighborhood for seven years, louder river, the Jarreo, flows Huo the Ganges eight miles above Cuwnpore. We have fifteen miles yet to go. -Then we arc some place In ths -vicinity of Ulthoor, tho residence of tha Kiuia •It is about two leagues distant, sir." "So far as that? If It was nearer I Bhouid be tempted to Invite mysolf to tiffin with his highness tho !san«-t!iny tell me at Cawnporo that ho Is noted for his hospitality to tho English! llow Infernally warm It Is, Spanish! I "» n « With that, Lieutenant John Font, commonly dulled Jack, checked his hor»« and swung lightly out <rf tho saddlo to the ground The stampod regimental buttons, which glittered Cji tho linen undress uniforms of ninstor and man, showed that ...

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

* SUCCESS OF A RICHMOND BOY AS A SCULPTOR. * * H. Augustus Lukeman, Born in This City, Has Achieved Success in the Artworld in the Great City of New York. In the dismal days after Appomnttox a boy was born In Richmond. Reconstruction, tho ever-present spectre which made tho birth of a son In the South at that time seem almost a calamity, shadowed his advent. Tho flerco dnyn of war, disaster, defeat and despair wero hounding his jairenls from the home they loved. Ills mother, a Curtis, find the daughter of a Tucker, Jiad been educated In Europe. Ills father, who had mot his Virginia wlfo when v student of tho University, wan a native of Germany. Coosmopolltnn In their tastes, thli young couplo sought rehabilitation In New York. And so it chanced that their won, 11. Augustus Lukemnn, tl.o eculptor, who Is winning an enviable place among American arllsts, had early opportunities to learn the use ot eyes and linnds like those now given the children of Richmond in kindergartens and train...

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

Wise County— lts Great Wealth and Its Qreat Need^ Great Transformaiion That Has Come in the Last Dozen Years. Out on Virginia's western border bounded by the blue ranges of tho Cumberland that throw their morning shadows athwart the Kentucky line, lies the county of Wise, one of tho youngost and tit the same time the most rnpidly growing and prospecllvcly ono of tho most Important in tho State. First, a part of Washington county, afterwards of Kuhboll and Xiee, It wm organized as tho county of "Wlae In 1866, only live years before tho outbreak of tho Civil War and named In honor of Henry A. Wise, the Governor of 'Virginia— the soldlor-statesman, whose ashes repose In beautiful Hollywood. In my boyhood days, I used to hear the Boldiors who followed Glltner and Mariha.ll and who skirmished with General Garrteld around Pound Gap, Speak of Wise- county as ono of tho poorest epots upon Qod'n fool-stool and r have beard them Bay that they didn't see- how the few mountalncoru that had sett...

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

6 . . ' • a v~*h w^ tt~*K r^ v F*f~\. W T ]ST"h W^ H T W~^ C^ A 1%. T W~\ JT"l)i F~^ If** C^ F"""^ JF"1& IT Z W~^ Win W~^ A V T^TT^\ T They Redeem a Plain Face if Clear and Bright and Enhance Charm of a Beautiful One— Too Much Care Cannot be Bestored Upon Them. Considering how all Important tha eyes are to good looks, It Is surprising how they nre neglected and even 111 treated. A pair of fine eyes will redeem an othor■wlso plain foco, and a girl possessed of them and a good complexion may easily consider herself a beauty. Eyes, to bo beautiful, must \>t> bright, clear and of good color. Not only la good health essential to thin condition, but good care of the eyos themselves. On awakening In tho morning tho oyos vhould not be exposed suildonly to a bright light. A few moments should bo Dllowod to elapso to accustom them to tho hnlf-llght of the bed-room before drawing up tho blinds and admitting the full light of day. Too much Rloep and too little ...

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

The new openworic laoe front, with the striped insertion in the sleeves, is un evidence of how favored transparent ideas are in the new style. The stylo belt is of braid, with the tassel front Ostrich trimmed, Tuscan braid hats and soft lace insertion parasols conspire to make new and beautiful effects. Give the girl whoso limited income forces her to dross by her wits a half dozen »hlrt waists, and then lust watch the result With a good style skirt or two, a pedestrian ault, and perhaps one in a fancy cut, the resourceful girl is sure to readily acquire a reputation for mnart dressing She can even do it -with lets. If economy forAs her. Her six shirt walsta, of course, must t>« selected with tho greatest care. Bho »u»t have two made with a tallor-llke severity of style, and if she has been Srtsslnff by her wits for any length of )lme there is no reason why Bhe cannot nako these waiata herself. Heavy linen is the beat material to use for one of these walsta, and Scotch ma...

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