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

■•■ . fE GLOSE OF A VERY FINE YEAR the Finals at tlie University College of Medicine Are Now Over Th<> clflpp of the tenth and most fiicce.osftil session of thp Tnlvrrslty ColUgt> of Modiclne will bn mnrkpd with ci tnmenciemmit e*#rel«s of escceptlonril Interest, held next TWursflay fcvenlh? at 5 o'clock In th? Academy of Music. The attendance, a= tistftil, la expeited to i c Very inrgf. tiip exercise's will Ijc followed by a rlftss entertaliuncnt at Ihu UR«tmoitiand club; Hop. lon P. Halsey will deliver tho Oration hpforo the clnssea at the Acndemy, And Revi W. H. whlisltt. b. P., will open thr> pxorfcisrs with grayer. Tho Jin! ] c !* Invited to the Acmletny. AilBr.lsslon to the reoßptlon nt tho club will )» by card. • On ' Woilncsiiny nleht Hip nnnunl nictinp and reunion of tho Alumrti Assoclnton Will ho held ntthe rolliigp building. The exercises win i>e nf a mcipt IhleYcatlnpr ciinrncter. IVibllc clinic: will BO hclii throuß...

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

FAIR QUEEN OF RALEIGH CARNIVAL IS CROWNED The Carnival Ball on Friday Night the Society Event of the Week. (Sprclnl to Tho Tlmp»-tll»p.itch.) RALEIGH, N. C May fl.-Tho crownIng social event of tho past week wns tho cnrnlvnl hall held on Friday night In Olivia Honey Library bnll room. Tho ball wns largely attended nntl proved a brilliant affair. Dancing wns under the direction of Mr. John 11. Andrews, and 'continued from 10 until 1 o'clock. Tho feature of tho ball, the crowning ■of Mlsr Lllllnn Tucker ns rpippn of the carnival, occurred nt 12:30 o'clock, Mr. Iplmos Shaffer, -whs her escort, nnd Mrs. Garland Tucker her darno of honor. The nuern wore white liberty Hllk, with Jowolß. Attornny-Gonpral Hobort M. (511mcr. prpponted tho magnificent diamond ring, and Mr. Frank Stronach the beautifully Jewclpfl crown. Tho sjx-echeH of bnth were most hiippy and flunritly exnresßed. Tho patronop.TS of the ball wore Mrs. , Sherwood Hlggs, Mrs. Joseph K. Pogue. Mrs. Wllllnm B, Grimes, Mrs. Julian...

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

8 CREDITABLE WORK OF PETERSBURGER Portrait Medallion Executed by Air, Louis Paulero, of Mechanics' Institute (Sprclnl to The Tlineii-Dlspntrh.) PI3TKRSBUG. VA., May fi.-Tho Petersburg Orpheus Qunrtettc assisted by Mlsa Frances Leigh Starr, of this city, will give nn entertainment nf f!7e Academy of Music next Friday evening. The cronrtettff is composed of Prof. Joseph Watsoh ( first tenor; F. Gerald Strntton, second tenor; Hugh R. Smith, Jr., bsritonc; K. AY. Butcher, Jr., bass. The quartette Is very popular In this city and has with much success given entertainments in other cities. Mls.e Starr ag nn elocutionist is quite a favorite in Petersburg. Tho portrait medallion In the window of Buchanan's Jewelry storo is a fine example of sculpture In low relief nnd has been ndmlrod ns an artistic piece of work. The medallion Is of- high grndo I talTTn marble and shows the profile of Mme. Holene Noldl, prSma Honna of the Gordon-Shny Opera Company, and was executed by Mr. Louis Pauloro, a ...

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

SCANDALS INCREASING James Dower Dismissed for Not Sustaining Charges. MR. TULLOCH TALKS AGAIN Bays His Charges Must Have Been Sustained In Letters Received by Post-master-General, Else Replies Had Been Made Public, (Ily Adßoclntpil Prcm.) WASHINGTON, May fl. - PostmaslcrGenoral Payne to-day dismissed James Dower, a fireman, employed In tho Postoffice Department, as a result of charges that Dower recently filed against ChlefKnglneer Jamen O'Dohnell and othor superior oillcern. Dower ulluged that a rln»: to govern promotions and othor matters cxl/itcd In the engine-room ana that Improper conlraotH had been made. Tho Charges wero Investigated by a postoffic* liiHiieclor and llio report doos hot sustain them. Tho Postmaster-General announced to-day that the action of Dower In "imtkliiK the frivolous and acandalous clifir/jt-s, giving them publicity and then fulling utterly to kubUlii them. Is to the detriment of tho sefVloo and subversive of ull discipline, tho discharge of Dower Ih ord...

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

GREAT JAVANAIS IS IN RICHMOND The Famous Imported French Coach Horse Brings His Blue Blood to Virginia. ttichmohd horsemen are congratulating Colonel Barton Grundy upon his having secured from tilt' col c ltr.it rd brcnMng farm of Miller nnd Slbley, of Franklin, Pennsylvania, the famous French conchhorse stallion .Tavanals (by Agnadel! first dnm, Hnplde), and btinßl"K him home to cughbrcd represents is hcpii In his two handsome horses. SnphO nnd Nizam, both of them prize-winners at the Richmond Jiorso Show and the Deep Run Hunt Club .• jirhiK nicotines. Javanals «ns Imported to the United Btatcs In 3890 by Dr. Beward Webb; of New York, who sold him to .Miller and blbley. from whom he comes to Colonol Uruinly. Ho was hitched ami driven nt onco upon his arrival to Bloomlngdalo farm, on the HermltHge.Hond, whom Mr. Harry C. Seattle, M. V. 1 1. <>r the Deep Run Hunt Club, will have charge of him. Jinny drivers nnd hunting men were at bloomlngdalo yesterday afternoo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

AUCTION BALES— MONDAY. '~"~ ~ l?y J, H. Klnm A Co., Real Efitfcte Auctioneers. DUBLIC AUCTION SALE r OF A VALUABLE CORNER LOT, 42 6-12X179 3-12 FBfiT AT THE SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF FLOYD AVENUE AND STRAWBERRY ST. By the request of the owner, and for the purpose of changing the Investment, We shall bpII by public auction, on the > ren &DAY NEXT, MAY 11, 1903, AT 6 O'CLOCK P. M.. that nltractlvrly located and valuable "ORNIOR LOT. fronting 42 font C> Inches rTn thn South side of Flnyd Avenue at Its Intersection with the east line of StrsiwImrry Btroot, nnd having a depth of 179 feet n Inches on filrawborry Street. TERM B- Extra liberal nnd at sal?. J. n. KLAM fk CO., Mny 6-tds Auctioneers. By Wm, B. PlMlnl Company, Real Estatp Auctioneers, Tenth and Untile Streets. A UCTION BALE A DESIRAP.LE DIOTACHED FRAME DWKI.LINff ON HOWLING GRKF-N ROAD (TIIR EXTENSION OF SEVENTEENTH STREET), NEAR O, & O. SHOPS AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. By virtus of n. certai...

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

10 HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, "COOK," FXDR FAMILY O) Street, a' GIRL for general help; clean TOpTiN^LeWeiTs AT lIMMH. S2o PIU 1,0(10 paid weekly; nothing to buy o: joM: no canvassing! ste-uly employment 7IAXDY CO.. U2 Nn»Bau Street, N. l GOOD TNCOMK GUARANTEED FKO.V homework. Information nnd 70 secret! nttnictlve work. Rlcht mnn can malu In mpli •' leu \'r. V ERITZ ANT V H !■: \V I . i • (f. PER IRTNDRED FOR ADDRESSING envelopes. Send dime and stamp fnr full instructions; steady work. C. E. MILLER & CO.. Ely Bldg., Chicago. AV ANTED. SEVKRAL LADIES TO CA.\vas newly patented article. Liberal inducements; call Monday nnd Tuesday between hours 7 and 9 A. M. WX North Twenty-seventh Street. STENOGRAPHER. RAPID. ACCURATE and good speller, one with experience preferred. Salary $7 start. Oliver Typowriter used. O, D., caro this office. WANTED, TWICNTY-FI VK GIRLS TO learn to make paper boxes; good wages whllo learning; also experienced hands wanted. Apply JOHNSTON PAPER BOX CO...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

HEROES ARE REMEMBERED OaKwood Memorial Day Fitly FIT 2 LEE'S FINE SPEECH Tender Tribute to the Brave Men Who Fell in a Sacred Cause — Graves Strewn With Flowers by Fair Women — Fine Music.^ Fmuiftd by (ho pontlo hrfci!Ke« ot the BpUiifc-tlme, Inspire] by tho *ott Rtfnlns oi martial music and in the presence of a vast throng of fair women mid bravo men delicate handH ncnltcred bi-autlfiil flowers upon thn Braves nf the Confederate Ooad who ulr-op In beautiful Oak- j wooxl yesterday afternoon. General Flltshugh Loo was orator of the day, nnd he tnado a speech full of patVlOß niid eloq'ufcnce, Which stlrroil his hearers (o tho hlgliost pitch of enthiiKlnßtn. In the oj)«'n Hpfico In front were h. hundred veterans from the Boldlers 1 Home, Bnd behind tliom sat members of Lee and I'lokelt camps. Tho stand on whfon the pxorclßfu wot-*; hold w«« appropriately decomtedi ami In front of tlm orator wm a beautltul T.Toalh of ioso.m, kohl by the Hollywood Memorial ASuoclation. Tlio lino of march...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

NEW CHURCH; MANCHESTER Dedication of Central Methodist Church Next Sunday. SHORT SKETCH OF CHURCH Funerai of Miss Clopton— Big Entertainment for West Point Sufferers Under Auspices of the Olympia Club— Notes and Gossip. Manchester Bureau Times. Dispatch, I No. 1102 Hull Street. J On next Sunday the new Central Moth* odlst Church will be dedicated nnd opened for service. JUshop John C. (Jrnnbery will preach the dedicatory sermon, and' assist in conducting the service; This church la one of the oldest In tho city. It was Ftartfti away back In colonial days, whim Manchester Was a mere speck on the map, nnd when Richmond was hardly more than a village. In the course of time, through the Krneo of the Redeemer and the constant work of those Interested, the church prow, until to-day It la one of the fac» tors In the llfo of the city, nnd its Influence is far-reaching nnd substantial; From a one-Story structure, known as the Plunk Church, In 17!W, it made n pood showing In IS4I, when the ni...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 May 1903

thb^Pbpatch: founded IHS: I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,238. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Mny 11.— Forecast for TiiPF'lny nnd Wednesday! Virginia— Fair Tuesday, except rain In r>xlremo wr-nt portion. Wednesday rain; fresh northeast winds on the uoaM. North Carolina— Fair In east: rain In west portion Tuesday. Wednesday rain; fresh northeast winds. Tosterrlay flnd Sunday worn delightful days, although tho nights were cooler tlinn Is BcaKormbln. Tho prospects for today nnrl to-morrow arc marred by apprehensions of rain. BTA/no OF THE THBRitOMBTER. fi A. M BS 12 M „., M 8 P. M 73 »; p, m « 07 P P. M i 62 12 mldnlKht jtf_ Average 64 1-6 JllKhost temperature yesterday 73 J/ownst temperature yesterday Bi M'.-nn temperature yesterday 62 Normal temperature for May G7 Departure from normal temperature.. <f> Precipitation during pant. 24 hours.... T. MINIATURE ALMANAC. May 12, 1903. Fun rliws 6:05 I HIGH TIDE, Bun ROtH 7:07 1 Morning 6:01 C. J. Campbel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 May 1903

2 protect sflid Iltl<v We nre further convinced thnt representatives of the board proposed to Dr. Dlat lo nrbltr.nto the differoncos between tho board ninl himself, and that ho declined the proposition. "We recommend Hint a spoclnl committee of as miiny an three bo npiiointod by the convention during the pr«?&nt peaslon. whose duty it shall ho to carefully examine Ih9 documonts and other BOUtces of Inforiuntinn ami lo prepare for publication hs early as practicable, a Statement of the facts In regard to the course pursued by the board In dealing with tno Havana FltunUon. '■While we jippreclate most highly tho Motives of ihe board In dcnling With this mntter and beilcvo they havo <l"«io whnt. !„ me clrcumstunees, tliey tho ; ifril , w^ best we nre convinced tnat inni ktndly feeling and their desire to avoid all harm la the Muse prevented Iheli rcHng tho real needs of the b .t.mt o „ so that they did not tnko hold Of this matter With the vigor, which ...

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

WAS BRIDE BUT TWO DAYS Marriage Clerk Died Two 'Days AftcrSecond Marriage TRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE .unched on it on His Wedding Day, and Never Recovered — Postoffice Investigation and Some of the Results of It. Thn Tlmns-Dlspatch Bureau, No. 1417 a Streetf N, w., Washington, D, C, May 11, 1003. Thoso pcoplo In Washington who have b«en watching tho drift of politics In the Old Dominion are very much interested In tho seemingly rapid dove!* oimiont of the prohibition sentlmont ln various parts of the; State, and they are making the prediction that the next campaign for the gubernatorial nomination will be fought out along prohibition lines. They say that the Mann hill and tho Campbell cano will constitute Issues upon which prohibition and antl-prohlbl-tlon finntlmont will lino up on opposl o Bides and that the result will be a virtual test of tho strength of prohibition In tlio Slate. CA^rPBHLL FOR LEOIBLATU7{I'7. During his recent visit to Washington Judge Campbell said to intimate frlcnd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 May 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch PuWisM T)nUy nnd Weekly nt Ko. A North Tpnlli Street, ftichfriottd, Vn. Entered January 27, 1003. Nt Riciimonrl, 'Vn., an SecondClass Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is Sold at 2 cents n ropy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is Bold nt 5 cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail— fiO cents n month; $!>.OO " .venr, $2.50 for sir months; $1.80 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a year. ' The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, including Sunday, by Carrier, 16 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carried, fi rents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, All Uristfrncd Communications will be Comminiicflli6n9 will not bo returned unless nwi>mpamc; .iv BUUlips. Uptown Office nt T. A. iMillcr's, >o. 510 East Urond Street. TUESDAY, MAT 12, J9OB. AN AFFRONT TO THE SOUTH. Several days ago the Washington Tost rebuked the people living In the neighborhood of Oallatln, Term., ffor driving off a n...

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

TRIGG CO, TO RESIST Its Answer to Attempt to Place It in Bankruptcy. CASE TO BE HEARD TODAY Argument Advanced that the Trigg Company is Not Such a Corporation as to Come Within the National Bankruptcy Law. Tho William R. Trlgg Company, by counsel J. Jordan Leake, and Christian & Christian, attorneys, yesterdsiy filed their answer. Accompanying tho answer Is a motion to dlstnlfis the petition of creditors to havo the said William 11. Tr.'ge Company ndjudlcuicd bnnkrupts and a domurror to that petition. There are also Illed answers and domurrcrn on tho part of thu Virginia Trust Company and tho innjorlty of tho second mortgage bondlioldors. Judge Waddlll will, to-day In the District Court, set a tlmo lor hearing the motion to dismiss the petitions and tlte urgumont thoreon. The William H. Trlgg- Company In IU answer alleges that It la not such a corporation na will come within the application of tho national bankruptcy law; that tho petitioners nro not creditors having pro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 May 1903

Xf NEW HOME IS DEDIGATED Odd-Fellows' Noble Charity Located at Lynchburg. PROGRAMME OF EXERCISES With Impressive Ceremonies the Ne Institution for !he Care of Orphans and Indigent Members of the Order Opened Yesterday. (Special to Tlio Times-Dispatch.) LYNCIiBURG, VA., May 11.— Tho Od Fellows' Home, an Institution that is t ba devoted to the care of tho orphan and Indigent mi'mbers of the order, wa dedicated hero to-day, and the occasio wns ono that wHI long Ijo reniemberc In the history of Odd-Fellowship oC th State. Tho building; that Is to ho utli lECd for the purpose, Is largo and com modlous, and Btanda on nif Imposing slt< In view of (he mountains of the Blu lUdge, nnd with an Immense lawn fu of the grandest of oak trees surroundln It. Altogehtre. it Is an Ideal place fo such an establishment, and It Is doubt •ful If tho Odd-Fellows could havo secure a place more sultablo for such a nobl enterprise. After purchasing tho property, elaborat plans wore formed 'for conv...

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

MEMORIAL EXERCISES Craves of Confederate Dead Decorated at Raleigh. SELF-SUPPORTING BOYS A Large Number of the Students at the North Corolina Agricultural and Mechanical College Are WorkIng for an Education. (SDeria]>n The Tlmes-Dlspntch.) ' RALEIGH, N. C May 11.— There whs on unusually large attendance upon tlio Confederate momorlrtl exercises here yesterday afternoon and tho programme, whllo very slmplo wiu highly appropriate, Tho pcoplo nsflmnbled nt tho Confederate cemetery at C o'clock and after a serlos of songs by a choir mndo up of sonic of the host voices of tho various choirs of tho city churches and prayer by tlio chaplain of the Confederate camp, Rev. J. W. Jenkins, crOßscß of honor were j>rosentcd to a number of veterans, ivlio liad not horetoforo received them. Following this ceremony there wan the decoration of tho graves of the heroic dead, liundrcdß of tho people in attendance having brought bankets of flowers for that purpose. Tho State oflilc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 May 1903

8' Busby's 00 Broad St. Try Our Pay=Easy Plan. THE splendid stocks hero to cliooso from, coupled with our very low prices furnish She reason for tho constant expansion of this great and growing business. Mr. L. W. Allen, of tho firm of Allen A Wilson, invites his friends to call and see him. Summer Mil finery. Oncnlnir dlsplav notable for their nlecanoe Wfi nn> showing Vimisinn creations n-spnrkle with nil the 'Inlnty, summery bounty which thnt vivacious l'Wich city can possibly Inspire. All the liowost Purls inodol= nre here, ami we nrttscnllr mlnfrlp thorn with a host of exquisite beauties from our own work-rooms. Women r s Costumes Including Afternoon ami Evening Gowns, Shirtwaist Drosses, Walking Skirts, Hosiery nnd Uuilcrwciir. THE CONTRACT FOR FIRST SKY-SCRAPER Messrs. Pennoch. of Philadelphia. Successful Bidders on American Bank Building. The contract for Richmond's first skyscraper was awarded yesterday to Messrs, J. B. & A. L. Pennofck. of Philadelphi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 May 1903

DEFENSE OF CAMPBELL Mr. Barksdale Spoke at Length In the Senate Saturday. HE WILL DO FOR AMHERST Attacks the Regularity of the Procedure, and Holds that Campbell Was Persecuted by His Personal Enemies. When the amended Joint resolution removing Judge C. J. Campbell came upon Its passiißo In tho Sonato on Saturday, there waH but one speech on tho merlin pf tho case, and that by Mr. Harksdalc, of Halifax, who «i>oke for nomothing more Lhan an hour, Mr, JJnrkHdalo reviewed tho enso from Its Inception to the elotw, ►uyliiK that tho incmorlnU to th<* Genbrnl Assembly in tho first Instance embraced but the one charge, that of attacltliiß Crawford, but that the prosecutors had como hero with halt n dozen charges, all uf which prow out of tho antagonisms of fudges Campbell's political career, nixl woro formulated and pressed by thoso whom tho Judgo had defeated for ofllce, Ho especially Impressed thu senators with tho fnot that tho present delegate from Amhorst had bee...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 May 1903

ao- THE MARKET CLOSED EASY Professional TradEng Drifted Sluggishly. KISE DURING FIRST HOUR There Was a Decline on News of Engagement of Gold for Shipment, and n Recovery on Covering by Shorts— The Crop Report. (n.r AModaU'l Prrw>.l NEW YORK, May 11.— To-day's stock market showed no ."Ipns of a revival of speculative Interest, nnd the sluggish current on which the professional traders drifted waa due entirely to their own O{>eratlons. There was nn upward tendency during the first hour, which was helped by the buying of a small number of stocks for I.ondon account. The Ixmdon money market Is still tied up with the subscriptions to tho Transvnal loan, or with 8 per cent, subscriptions which was required to accompany the application. Sterling exchange here, however, held firm to-dny, and Ita decline in Purls left the way open for an export of gold from hero to that point. Consequently F1,500,000 wng engaged to so out to-mor-Jow. It waa allowed to be understood that...

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