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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 February 1903

B.S ?rc^gggga lm. WHO'LE NUMBER, 16,156. RICHMOND. VA.. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 100&. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE DAY'S SUMMARY. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Feb. 2.-/Forcca8t: Vlrgiiiia-I'artlv cloudy Tuesday; Wed nesiiay raln nnd colder; viirlablo wlnds, Blilfilng to fresh north. Jjortli Carollna?Raln Tuoadny and prob? ably Wednesday; wluds becoinlng south eust and fresh. STATE OF THERMOMETER. B A. M.52 12 M. I ..: f.S B P. M. M 6K M. 68 0 P. M.', ...,,.,...... tt 12 mldnlght .67 Averngo ./. &7 Highest lompernture yesterday.'K Lowest leinpeniture yesterday.42 ftlcan teinperature yesterday....48 Normal temperature for February.. 3<i fjepnrture from normal temperature. 12 Pruclpltatlon during past 21 hours... 00 MINIATURE ALMANAC. ? Feb. J. 1003. Sun aotB.7:11 I 11IC1H TIDE. bi"i ?etH.5:W Mornlng.?:33 Moon setB...ll:3? | Evenlng.8:51 RICHMOND. Councll approprlatos money to erect n monument to MIbs Kobblc M. Tager, who dled at the post of duty-No Investlga tlon for Uie Councll-Tho South...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 February 1903

allow ona of Its tneiabera to reslgn hla B?*ut la?l night, uoanlmously requestlng Mt, Tlioma* R,.Hlch9, of Monroo WarO, to wlthdraw a reslgnatlon which he had tinexpectedly tontlered towards tho elote Of tho session. Under this Blrong prossura, M*. Hlclrs yleldcd undor protest, and dld not Inslst on reslgnlng, although lt U probable that he wUl qult tho body at at early futttro date.' Tjndfsr the head of rotl-call. Mr. Hlctes turned over to Clerk August liis rnslg ntvtlon, which waa read, whoreupon Mr. Blleit moved that lt bo rcjoctod. Beforo this mol.lon wns'put, however, Mr. Pol lock socurcd tho flow and In one of the most flowcry and oloqucnt apeochaa mado in a long tltne ln the body he Iny plored Mr. Hleks to rcconslder his oe tlttn. Ho ooncludod h:a rcmarks by mov lltjjr that he ho requeated to withdraw the reslgnatlon. AOREED TO STAT IN. Mr. Wlnston nnd a number of otheT members concurrcd In what had been said by Mr. Pollock, Mr. Wlnston statlng that aa; too, wlshed to get out...

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. — 3 February 1903

CUMMING BILLWINS Reported from the Committee with Amendment. JONES' FRIENDS STIRRED 8ay Measure is Almad at First Dlstrlct Fepresentatlve?MInorlty Report to bo Offered?Lao for Present Law. Only Threo Dlstrlcts AfFocted. The Houao Committee on Privllegea and pleotlons yeatorday afternoon, by a voto Df aeven to two, roportod tho Cummlng eongressional reapportlonmont blll with ?orao sllght modlilcatlons, and over Its ?doption in tho Houso a splrlted battlo la foreshadowed. Thoso who voted ln tho negatlvo wero lUsara. C. Conway Baker, of AVcatmoro tond. and Frank T. West, of Louisa. and \t 1* understood that thoy will submit a piinorlty report, the boals of which will |lkely be tho blll offerod and advocatod fcy Mr, Baker beforo the committee. Tho blll aa reported makes changea only ln the First, Second nnd Blghth Distrlots. It ta.kea Newport News, AVarwlck, Tork, James City and Kllzabeln City out of Uie Second Dlstrlct and glves them to the First. and takes Carollno, Spotsylva nia and ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 February 1903

TheTimes-Disfratch. THE- DA1LY TLVTBS-DIBPATCH IS WLD AT TWO CMNTU A. COPY. THH SUNDAY TTMES-IHSPATCH IS 10LD AT FIVH CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMKg-DISPATCII BY MAIL. XKJ. A MONTHT, $5 A YEAR; 13.50 FOll B1X MONTHS: 11.C0 FOR THRKK MONTHS, SUNDAY THCES-DISPATCH BY MAJIi. J2 A YEAIt. TH13 DAILY TIM13S-DISPATCTH, IN CLUDING SUNDAY, BY CAKRIKR, 1SC. PER WEEK. the sunday times-dispatcii, by cahriep.. rc, per week. ?Weekly timtss-dispatch, u yeaii all unsigned commtjnication3 ivill be rejected. REJECTED COMMUNICATIONS wii-l N'OT BE RETTJRNED UNLESS AC COMPANtED HY" STAMPS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1903 ROOSEVELT ANDIVVKINLEY--A CONTRAST. In the Sunday TImes-DIspatoh j?r. John I'cmple Graves broujfht tho nice issue .ralrly and flquarely to tho attentlon ot : Presldent Roosevclt. We hope the Pres? ldent -will. read the artlclo and tako lt to heart. If he were capnblo of tnldng ndvico ho would ,mend his wnys nnd not nttcmpt to apply an lmpractlcablo theory to a 'prnctlcal condltion. No statesman do...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 February 1903

a* J* ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Genis, Ca?h ??Advanoe tp THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINtt GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Genis, CashlnAdvanoe ONE CENT A WORD. ???? WANTED????? WANvED-DRUO CLERK, RICGISTER ed Aetfietant at once, Give roforonces. El. B. 0., Station 3, Newport Now?, Vn. WANTED. RELIABLE BOY. 16 TO 17 yeara old, to collect and work In retail shoe store. Address "SAM," care tide office. WANTED-A BRIGHT BOY. OR youth, as office boy and genomi assist? ant. State reference?, ?alary expected Mid experience. S. L. M? oare Timee Lts patch. ?WANTED. LOCOMOTIVE MACHINISTS for railroad shop; good wages, nnd full I information by addressing F. 8. HOFF /, MASTER, Cape Charles, Va._ BASKET-M AKERB. REED WORKERS wanted for repairing babv carriage?, go-carts and reed furniture! none but ftrrt-cloee ned apply: union men pre? ferred. OLD POMlWON WILLOW & RATTAN WORKS, 4O0 N. Seventh Street. WANTED, 15 EXPEIUENCED COAL MINERS and 10 good MEN for work I...

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. — 3 February 1903

Xive News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns ofVirginia DRY SUNDAY IN NORFOLK But Fifteen Were in the Police Court for Drinklng. ? VIAYOR RIDDICK IS ACTIVE vVilh tho Police Commissioners, He Has Informatlon Agalnst Liquor Dealers, But Not in Good Shape Just Yet. (Spoclal to Tbe Ttmes-Diiiutcli.) tt NORFOLK. VA.. Feb, 2.-AVas the city j dry? Thla waa the questlon osked every jwhere thla mornlng. Tlie answera ln tha Police Court were the ilfteen cases iof drunks, who did not tell where they got IU That oonstltutes an indlspuUblo iase agalnst somebody. Tho troublo is to flnd tho place and tho mon who sup falled the liquor. Thoro aro several places feportcd as susplctous, ajid tho police Who devotod their wholo energy to the hunt for the men who sell and drink ln necret. aro anxlous to know if these sus plclons are sufflclcnt to warraiU axrosts. However that may be, the bold and In Bxpllcable fact is that tho pollco docket thla mornlng contalned the names of flt teen plain drunk...

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. — 3 February 1903

THE STATES MINERALS Labor Commissloner to Make Exhaustive Report. GOVERNOR AT HIS OFFICE Retums for Work After Delightful Trlp Ao Alabama?Makos Two Important Appolntmonts, Actlng Under New Law ln One Instanco. The two ffatures of the report of tho Cwnmlsslonor of Labor, Mr, Jamea B. Doherty. for tho prosont year, will be an exhaustive treatment ot the mlnerals of tlio Stato and tho conditlon of tho build? ing trudes. Mr. Doherty -waa in hla offioo yester? day for tho first tlme ln aeveral days, liavlug been kopt at home on eiccount of fJP Blckncss. Ho said he haci already mado contmcts With two (jcntlomen who aro oxperts ln t'ao matter of mlnernils to make a thor? ough geologlcal survoy of the Stato and to submit their rsports ln tlme for tho next Issue of the annual report of the commissloner. Every mlneral to bo found in the Stato ls to be included. tho extent to which lt Is mlned and Its relatlvo purlty. This lta<3 not been dono In many' Vear3. lf cvor completeiy, and the data...

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. — 3 February 1903

AYegclaWePrepBMtionForAs slmilating iticFoodandRcgula ling the Stoinachs nndBowels of INFAN^-^C5HlLi)KK:N'; : Promotes DigcslioaCliecrfur tiessandnest.Conlains neilhcr Opium.Mbrplrine norMineral. "Not 'Nar cotic. nrapeaff)rJJOrS.iMUZZ.PrTCHKR Mx.Stnna * jini* Srrd * ClanA'*ii .lujrtr miKyrvm riimr. Aperfecl Remedy forConsllpa Tion j Sour Stomach,Diarrhoca Worms .Convulsio i\s, Feveri sh ness and Lo ss of Sleep. FacSimile Signahire oF &?&&&&?*?. NEW YORK. AI b ino'i'i.lKsj.^'mIU';;^;^ LEXACT COPY OFTVRARPER. L, For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ln Use For Over Thirty Years THt CI-NTAUrt COMPANY. rJCW YOU BEAT HIS WIFE AND WAS FINED Many Small Cases of Assault in the Police Court Yes? terday Mornlng. Justlce Crutchflold had tbo flotsam nnd jetsam of the lower streets wlth .him yea iterday. There wero no big cases, but some of them had a tingo of sadness wlth them that lent sympathy. CnarU'.s Pond, who wns arrested on Sun day on. tho chargo o...

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. — 3 February 1903

9 ? CARPETSr. ***** Evory contract wo take, evory salowomako must bo fillecl just a little botter than ourfrieiids oxpecfc ifc to bo, To do this -wo keep abroast of fashion, und anything wo supply has tho mark of good tasto nnd up-to-dateneBS. Quality and prico aro equally our pride. (On tlio wbole wo are proud of evorything we db, bccauso we do tbings to be proud of. SAVONNEItlE AUBUSSON OOBELIN ROTAIi WILTONS FRENCHWILTONS AXMNSTERS Wo have taken a few contracts to make and lay oarpets and shall bo glad to have your order to bo dono in tho vory highest cla^s of workman ship while our own layors aro here. ' Our bronch storo i? only a toraporarv store. It ropresents tho very best that wo can show. * * * Washlngton O. C.) 808 East Main Street FIGHT THE DISPEMSARY AntI-Saloon People Sendlng Out Lively Circular. THEY CALL FOR ACTIOfi' 'Jrge Mass Meetings and Beg Each Voter to Write to His Representa tlve In Favor of the Bill of Judge W. H. Mann, Wlthin tho noxt day cr two thero wllj. b...

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. — 3 February 1903

THE VOLUME WASJ1RGER First Day's Trading on Stock Exchange Sliowed Increase. | CALL MONEY EASY IN TONE Venczuclnr. Situation Was Considered Reassuring and Many Important Stocks Rosc a Point or More. Closing Wns Irregular. (hr Assocliitod Preis.) . . NEW YORK, Feb. 2.-Tho stock market ihbwod somo Improvemont to-day ovi-r :ho apathctlc comlltlons of last Weelt, anu Volunio of deallngs roeo uy more tiiuti half a'milllon shores. Comnlaints from commlssion houses were unabaUrl, now evor, of a Inok of buslness, nnd tlio nmr fcot wns called professlonal. A very large eart of the aotlvity, both in stocks nnd onds, centeral In tho P-onnsylvanin se curltios. Pennsylvanla promptly relapsect pn 'tho openlng sales of 12,003 shares to 100, compared with l-d-'.'i on Saturday, nnd hovored about that prleu all day. with large deallngs. The eonv.orUblo oonds voso 1% at tho openlng. Incroased actlvtty in the goneial market seemed to hnvo no tonneotion with tho Pennsylvanla moyo tnonL Tho revlval of st...

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. — 3 February 1903

9 ? This preparation is intcnded especially for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and influenza and has bccome famous for its cures of these diseases over a large part of the civilized world. ?It can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take. It not only cures colds and influenza, (grip) But counteract. any tendency toward pneumpnia. It contains no opium or other harmful 6ubstance and may be given to a baby as confidently as to an adult. , CONVENES HERE TO-DAY _ i ! The Unlted States Clrcuft Court of Appeals. THE CASES NOW PENDING Twenty-two on tha Calendar Waiting Decisions, and in the Majority of Them Oplnlons Will be Handed Down To-Day. Tlje Unlted Btfitea Clrcult Court ot Ap I peals, whloh oonvenes here to-day, la Mcond ln nuik of order only to the 8u prems Court of the U_lt*d States and waa establlshed ln 1&D1 by Congress for the purpone of aldlng tbe Buprem* Oourt, ?who.* buslnes. at that time waa of rach m_ctiltud_ and Increaslng' .to ?_ch an extftnt y.arly, that...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 February 1903

Miller F Rhoads Milter ? Rhoads The Black Goods Show? ing- of this Store is not Surpassed Anywhere. You cnn come pretty near judging the status of a dress goods 'department by the quality and variety of its Black Goods. YVc are perfectly willing that, our department should be meas? ured by this standard. Sunday's paper spoke principally about the colored fabrics? incidentally mentioning lhe black?not that we consider the black goods a secondar)' considerai ion by any means for as we said above, our dress goods section can stand or fall by the quality of its black fabrics. During the past few weeks wc have received piece after piece of Black Woollen Dress Goods and to-day this stock has no su? perior anywhere ih the South. Serges, Cheviots, Etamines, Meltons, Unfinished Worsteds, Mis? trals, Prunellas, and the new Wool Peau de Soie?and just here let us say a word about the latter fabric, which is mentioned below: It's a fine silk finish, soft to the touch, and can be worn all through...

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. — 4 February 1903

ijSpalrl) ;M^^i^A iw. WHOLE NUMBER, 16,157. RICHMOND, Y_\i, WE&NESDAY, FKBHUAllY 4, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. THEDAY'SSUMMARY. THEWEATHER. "wE&^^TON, Vph- S.-Forecast for "edncHday n.nd Thursdayi vlrglnla-Ujiln VVcdncadey; Thurstlny imr, inudi coiclcr; frosh to brlslc south winus shlftlng io west nnd northweBl. m,Nort!* f-nrollna- R.-iln Wednesdny: Thursdny falr, much coltlcn hrlsk. south to yvcst wlnds. ; Tho wenthnr ln Richmond yesterday wns iininp nnti uhsbasonably warm. At night a flno niin bogan lo fall, eontlritltng iiI lntiirvnlH throughout tho night. Tho (herrnotnetcr at, mldnlght reglstered 66 nnd fell sllghtly thereatW, STATE Ol-' T1II3 Tiroh'MOMETER. 9 A. ,\l.M ?^i:'::::::::::::::::::;::::;:::::::::::::-8 ??$ -::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::;::::: 8 U mldiilBht .65 Average .>.f,s JIlKlifst tcmpenituro-:' P. M.,.,.G3 Lowest tenipernture?0 A. M. 19 Mean tempornturcj yesterdav.IA Normal tempor.ituro for February... M Dcpnrture from normal tempornture. M Prcclpitalion d...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 4 February 1903

BOUNDARY Trlbunal to Be Named by the PresideiUgmdjWng Edward. WILL.BEMliWtfiQPPOSITION Western Senators Bellevo That There Is Nothlng toArbitrate About the Line and That No Cnange b ' Desirable. (By Assoclated Press.) WASHINGTON; D. C, February S. Thero was soW' dlscusston to-day ln the executlvo sessloti'-of the Senate wlth ref crence to rnnklnt* publio tho treaty re? cently nogotlnted by Secretary Hay and Slr Michacl Herbert for a settlement of the Alaslcan boundary dlspute. Owlng to tho fact that a number of arUcles are ln TYmch.' It wns declded to awalt a trans Jatlon beforo making tho treaty public. The secretary ot tho Senate was dtrected ?to procuro a translatlon. Tho treaty provides for a boiiiKiary Une trlbunal of "six members?three to be jiamea by U16 President and three by tho Klng of England. It pvovldes that the txlbunal shall consider tho treaty between Great Britn.in and Russla of 1S25 and tho treatv between the United States and Rus Eia ot March'30, 1S67. Ino text of...

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. — 4 February 1903

IN DEFIANCE OF THE^LAW Cars Were Stoned by a Mob InWaterbuiy.Conn. UNION 'BUS IS ATTACKED Woman Injured ln a Ooncerted Action Against Union Men?A Soldlor Very Badly Injured?A Conductor Shot. ^lly Assoclated Press.) WATERBUriY, c6nN., February 3. *Iio;(lay, os on last night, the demonstra? tion of Inwlessness ln tho street car strike dcvelopcd in what ls known as the Brook? lyn district. Just boforo noon a knot of forelgners gathcred In tho vicinity of the trolley llno and' stones were thrown at Intervals. Tho crowd Increased, nnd at length four cars were attacked wlth a fusllade of misslleH. The giinrdsmcn <:harged on the crowd and. dlspersed It. A company of mtlltia was hurried to the ncene, A detall of six soldiers also was piaced on each car. UNION 'BUS ATTACKED. In splte of the admlrable pollclng ln tho center of the city, that section was net without Its sensntlonal Incident. ThU time. howevcr, It was the- strlkers and their patronH wha were tho vlctlms. A union 'hun was att...

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

Tlie Timcs-Dispatch. TIIE DATLY TlMFS-DIBPATCH 18 BOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY, THE SUNDAY TIMBS-DrSPATCH 18 BOLD AT F1V1D CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DI8PATCH HY MAIL ?0C. A MONTH. $5 A YEAR; S2.M FOB SIX MONTHS; Jrt.GO FOR THREE MONTHS. SUNDAY TrMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, \2 A YEAR. THB DAILY: TTMES-DISPATCII, IN CLUDING SUNDAY, BY CARRIER, JSC. TER WEEK. THE SUNDAY T1MES-DISFATCH. BY tARRIER, HC. 'PER WREK. WEEKLY TJMES-DISPATCH. Sl YEAR ALL UNSIGNED COMMUN1CATIONS WILL BE REJECTED. ??_ REJKCTF.P COM MUXIC'ATIONS WILL }JOT 13E RETURNED UNLESS AC CO.VIFANIED BY STAMPS. WEDNESDAY. FEBItUARY 4, 1903. SAVE THE STUMPER. Wo do not partlclpnte in tho fears lomo persons entertaln that tho pure tloctlon's bill ls doomod to dlsnster ln Vio Houso of Delegates. Our lnformn Slon and bollof is that It wlll be amend td there?but not radlcnlly?and passed. ind that the Senate probably will con ?eur In tho nniendmonts. Mr. Barksdalo. the author of tho bill, bns never clnlmod thnt lt is perfect, and no has al...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 4 February 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. CHARQE 25 Cents, CashlnAdvanoe THESE ARE THE WOE^DER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING QREATEST RESULTS. ONE CHAROE CENT 25 Cents, a Cash ln Advance WORD. HEIP WANTED?MAIB. wa n.bd-drug clerk/ rtbuist-tv ed ABSlntant at once. Qlvo roferences. E. 11, C, Station 3, Nowport Nows, Va. WANTED. RKLIARLE llOY. 16 TO 17 yoars old, to collect and work ln rotall Hhoo storo, Address "SAM," caro thls oitlco. WANTBD-A imiOlIT BOY. 011 .youth, ils office boy and gonoral asslst? ant. Blnte roferences, salary expected and experienco. 8. L. M., care Tlmes Dlspatch. WANTED, LOCOMOTIVE MACHINIBTS for railroad shop: good wages, und full Informntion by addrcsBlng F. S. HOFF MASTER, Capo Charles, Va. ?ASKET-MAKERS, REED WORKEHS wanted for ropalrlng bnhv carrlages, go-crtrts and reed .furniture; nono but (IrHt-cInHE ned apply; union men pre? ferred. OLD DOM1NION W1LLOW & HATTAN VVOltlCS, 400 N. Sovcnth Strcet, WANTED, IS EX PDR1BNCED COAL MINEHS and 10 good MEN for work In Wost Virginia. A...

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. — 4 February 1903

LfiveNews and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia A HALIFAX MARRIAGE Miss BertUa Kathleen lng ram the Bri'd'e'of Mr. Brooks. A SOUTH BOSTON EVENT They Are Well Known nnd Popular in the Younger Society Set In South Boston and Have Many Friends in Other Parts of the State. (Speclnl 'to Tho TirdP?-Dlsp?tcli.> SOUTH BOSTON. VA.. Fcbrunry 3. It was a largo and fashlonaile audlonce .whlch flllod the Fresbyterlnn Church to day, when. at half-past 3, o'clock, Miss CBerta Eathleen Ingrnm aml Mr. Charlos .Venable Brookes, two of South Boston's most ropnlar young peopio. Wero united Jn tha bands of matrimony. The bank of palms and evergreons on end ln front of tho pulpit presented a pleaslng bockground, beforo which tho ? nttendants wero arrangod In a seml-clr clo, the bridesmaids standlng on one Blde and tho groomsraen on tho. othor. ,Wlth the first etrnlns of llendelssohn's .woddlng maroh from tho elegant new plpe organ, tho entranco of the bridal party began, the ushers en...

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. — 4 February 1903

BIG HATS IN THEATRES Bill lntroduced Making It a :. AUsdemeanor Wlth Flno, TEMPERANCE PETITIONS Sovoral Important Measures lntroduced In the Senate and In the House. Local Bills of Special lnterest That Were Passed. (Bpeclal to Th? Tlmes-Blspatch.) RALBIGK, N. C? February 3.?In tho Senate to-day Mr. Baldwln, of Forsytho, lntroduced ?. bill, making lt a rolade meanor to woar hats tnat obstruot the ?view ln theatros, and provldlng a nne of $2fi for vlolatlon. Othor notablo bllla lntroduced were as follows: By Mjr. Baldwln: To regulato con? tracts of laborers and rentors, By Mr. MdBrydo: To Increaso appropri? ation for Confederato soldiers to J300,000. By Mr, Godwln: To emond tho law regardlng' tho robutldlng depots doBtroyed by flre. By Mr. Woodard: To bicorporate AVil Bon SavlngB and Trust Company, By Mr. Sprulll: To abrogato penalty for not llstlng notes for taxos. Numerous temperance petltlons wore presented. BH/LS PASSBP. Important measures passed ln tho Sen? ate wero as follows: ...

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. — 4 February 1903

BOOK FIGHT TO BE HOT New History to Bo Taken Up* Old Ones Renewed. THE HISTORY COMMITTEE Will Oppose Fiske's (History and Mny Ask Another to be Taken from the Ust. New Board Begins Duties Soon, May Spread Over Stato. _. great school book flght If soon lo bc ?Wnged, nnd the contest Is to'M slven s ?ew Interest by the eniranc-e ef at lesst ?One new school history. written hy no less a scholar than Professor Henry - IWhite,' formerly of Wachlrgtor. a_d Lee ; ?University. Tho History Commltteo of the Grar.i ?pamp of Virginia hns ileterm'.n-ed .-U ?ifeady to oppose any attempt to p;;t V*lske*s history on the llst. I*. ls said jihat tho colnmltteo will ask that a his? tory already on tho list be taken off on lhe ground that lt has many ef the same polnts of objection th4at Fiske's has. The pre-sent Bonrd of Education would tiot take up the matter of books. trans fcilttliig thls responsiblllty ond by no fjneans pleasant duty of selectlng them Jo the new lx>nrd whlch begins its work ln l...

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