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

L*. CARPETS .'A Evory contract wo take, ovoiy sale wo make X must bo filled just a little better than our friends y oxpecb it to bo, To do this vo keep abreast of 13 fashion, and anything wo Bupply haß tho mark n of good tasto and up-to-dateness. Quality and II prico are equally our pr^de. ( On the whole wo H tire proud of ovorything we do, because we do y things to be proud of. N SAVONNEME AUBUSSON 1 GOBELIN ROTAIi WILTONS i „ FRENCH WILTONS AXMNSTERB | Wo have taken a few contracts to make and ft lay carpets and shall ho glad to have your order H to bo dono in tjio very highest class of workman- R ship while our own layors are hero. ra Our branch store is only a temporary store. U It represents the very best that wo can show. a mr^m \i \t 9 I \ Washington D. C.) | I ' 808 Bast Main Street. ' j FIGHT THE DISPENSARY Antl -Saloon People Sending Out Lively Circular. THEY CALL FOR ACTIONf Urge Mass Meetings and Beg Each Voter to Write to His Representative in Favor of trie Bill of Judg...

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

THE VOLUME WAS LARGER First Day's Trading on Stock Exchange Showed Increase. CALL MONEY EASY IN TONE Venezuelan Situation Wns Considered Reassuring and Many Important Slocks Rose a Point or More. Closing Was Irregular. (l«r AMOCliitba l»rp»s.) XEW YORK Fob. 2.— Tho stock market allowed somo Improvement to-day over :hc apathetic conditions of last Week, and Volume- of iloulitifcs rOBO tiy more limn half a million shares. Complaints from commission houses were unabated, however, of a lack of business, and tlio m:uVet wns called professional. A very large hart of the activity, both in stocks nnd Wads, centered In tho Pennsylvania securities. Pennsylvania promptly relapsM pn the opening sales of U!,«» shares lo (DO, compared with l'-l- I .', on Saturday, nnd iiovored about that price al day. with large dealing. The convertible bonds rose 1% at tho operilnff. Inrronsod activity (n the general market seemed to hnvo no tonnection with the Pennsylvania moyomonL Tho revival of strength In th...

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

This preparation is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and influenza and has become 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 curci colds and influenza, (grip) but counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia. It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given to a baby as confidently as to an adult. , CONVENES HERE TO-DAY the United States Circuit Court of Appeals. THE CASES NOW PENDING Twenty-two on the> Calendar Waiting Decisions, and in the Majority of Them Opinions Will be Handed Down To-Day. TO* TJnftod States Circuit Court ot ApX peais, whlata convenes here to-day, Is ••oond In rank of order only to the Huprone Court of the United States and was established In IS9I by Congress for tie potpom at aiding Ois Sirprem« Court, who« business at tha* time waa of ■uch matrn'tudo and increasing .to >uch an «Kt«nt &amp...

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

I Miller & Rhoads Miller & Rhoads lie Black Goods Showing- of this Store is not Surpassed Anywhere. You can come pretty near judging the status of a dress goods lartmcnt by the quality ami variety of its Black Goods. ■\Yc arc perfectly willing that our department should be ineasd by tin's standard. Sunday's paper spoke principally about the colored fabrics — identally mentioning 1110 black — not that we consider tlie black nls a secondary consideration by any means for as we sai y d )\t, our dross goods section can stand or fall by the quality of black fabrics. During the past few weeks -\vc liavc received piece after piece of Black' Woollen Dress Goods and to-day this stock has no superior anywhere in the. South. Serges, Cheviots, Etamines, Meltons, Unfinished Worsteds, Mistrals, Prunellas, and the new Wool Peau de Soic — 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...

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

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 February 1903

___™,B TIMR9 FOUND KD, W»J, I mm dispatch foundrd, isr>o. I THE DAYS SUMMARY. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Fob. 4.— Forecast for Thursday unrl Kriday: V rßinla and North Carolina— Fair, much co dcr Thursday; northwest winds, Friday After rcirinlnlnj; at summer heat nil day J'ostorduy the mercury noon after 9 o'clock aat night began to fall, and enrly this mornlnK tho tendency was still downward, with prospects for much /colder temperatures by jilglit. STATE OF TITOBMOMETER. 0 A. M Gl 12 M li-l 3 P. JI ' (Hi ti P; M [HI 11 P. JI , IKJ 12 midnight 5J .Average Cl'/i Highest temperature— 3 P. JI Cfi r.owost tompfirature— fl A. M l>9 Mean temperature yesterday M Normal temporaturo for Feb 3rt Departure- from normal temperature.. W Precipitation during past 2-1 hours... .Vi .MINIATURE ALMANAC. Feb. 6, 1903. Sun rises... 7:12 I HIGH TIDE. Bun nets. ... 5:37 I Morning 10:23 Moon sets... l^:-12 | livening 1O:1S RICHMOND. A. J. Ford, the widely known hotel man, died at Glouc...

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

EW HALL IN ANCHESTER Bldlngs and Lands Commltftee Has One in VieW. KOOM FOR CITY OFFICES I lit at 12th and Hull Streets Results in he Arrcstof a Young V.an— Bene* fit for Firemen — Cantata t 1 Tho Times-Dtspntch Bureau, } No, 1101 ITull Street. I A meeting of tho Buildings nnd Lands lommittee was hold lost nlpht and the mslncss of tho year wns wound up. This committee, with Mr. Robert Owen b chairman, hnsi n view the enlargement f the present emirthouso and tho conWitration of all the city offices In ono iuliaing, with more room for each. The .resent hall Is entirely too small and ondensed for practical purposes, and tjo scheme, aa outlined by Mr. Owen, s one that comes entirely within tho cope of tho city government The plan Is to erect a two-story bulldng in front of the present courthouse, liaklSg The entire building of a T shapo. }ho addition is to bo constructed so as b : accommodate the Auditor, Treasurer, Uty Collector, Water and Gas ofllces, "plic« Court ond Council cliambor...

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

HOPEFUL OF SETTLEMENT Allied Powers Will Likely Accept Bowen Plan. 3 MONTHS' PREFERENCE Allies Have Not Yet Answered Last Representations of Their Envoys Urging the Acceptance of This Plan. (By Associated Press.) -r/ASHINGTON, D. C, February ■).- Every effort is being made by tho representatives of tho allies hero to secure an •arly settlement of tho "Venezuelan dloputo without referring It to Tho Hague. In this effort tho Itallnn and British amfeaasndors and tho German minister, Bartin Yon Stcrnburg, aro receiving the endorsement of Minister Ilowen, an well as ihe cordial approval ot the government of iho United States. Mr. Bowcn. while In no way connected with tho negotiations, 1b personally In favor of a final agreement toeing reach ed nt Washington. This fact, It Is believed, will havo an Important bearing on tho decision ot tho BrltJbli ami German Forufen Ollices. The I'.iiil.Mh ambassador nnd German minister havn both cabled to their government tho fact lhat Mr. Bowen has «3tp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch. ' TITO DAILY TIMBS-IHSPATCH IB ! SOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. j THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS I BOUD AT riYB CKNTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BY -MAJTi. GOC A MONTH, ?5 A TEAR; J2.80 FOX SIX MONTHS; 0.60 FOll THUEK SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, Tim DAILY TTMIOS-DISPATCH, IN--CLUDINQ SUNDAY, BY CARRIER, 16C. ' THE SUNDAY TTMES-IMSPATCH. BT .-' CARRIER. liC. PER WEEK. WEEKLY nMES-DISPATCH,n MES-DISPATCH, »1 YEAR ALL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS • WILL OR n EJECTED. REJECTED COMMUNICATIONS WILL NOT UK RETURNED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED EY STAMPS. ■ THURSDAY. FEBRUARY B, 1903. THE HONEY POWER. Tho House Committee on Privileges and Elections has taken tho life and force . »ut of the Barksdalo pure elections law ♦y Inserting the word "corruptly" beforo tlio clause relating to tho uso of money %n6 "Influence" In elections. We give warning to tho General Assembly and to the peoplo of the Stato that thtro Is dangor ahead 'it the bill passes .W'U» this amendment. After all that has bee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 February 1903

f% U I* HI ' * i t j I 111 _a> i ■ , """" WORDi CashlnAdvanoe <c ' ■ HELP WANTED— MAI<E.' (WANTED, A SINGLE ENTRY BOOKKEEPER; must writo good hand, make pood llwircs, bo accurate In extensions and additions; must be rapid. M. C. & CO., caro t.nls office. .WANTED, AN ACCOMPLISHED STORE decorater and window dresaor. CORDE3, MOSBY & CO. (WANTED, RELIABLE BOY. 16 TO 17 years old, to collccx and work in retail trho'o store. Addrese "BAM," caro this office. (WANTED— A BRIGHT BOY. OR youth, as offlco boy and (roneral aitslstnnt. Btato , references, salary .expected and experience, S. L. M., caro TlmesDlspatch. iw ANTED. CANVASSERS AND STREET SALESMEN to sell our Climax Waterproof Mack Patent Leather Shoe Polish; a good mnrgin to eood saleßmen. HBBBLIOWHITB MFG. CO,, Gainesville, N. — — i ,W ANTED. FIRST-CLASS WHITE BARBERS for Hotel Ncddo Shop; JU per ■week; ono-hnlf over $21. Apply to J. T. JONES, 377 Main Street, Norfolk, Va. .WANT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 February 1903

B Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia — ■ — ' "*- • / • Cj GRAND JURY IS PROBING Mayor Riddick's Sunday Closing Crusade In Norfolk. N O INDICTMENTS YET The Jury, However, is Considering 28 Cases and True Bills May be Returned After Conference with the Commonwealth's Attorney. / (Special to Tho Timeß-Diipatdi.) .TJORFOL.K, VA., February 4.— The lobby ■of the, Corporation Court was filled with policemen and others summoned before Ihe grand Jury. Thero wis- a -round-up of Witnesses to bo oxaminod in scaroh of evidence against tho bar-keeperß and the saloons. It Is the Intention of the Board of Police Com missloners, of which Mayor Riddlck is chairman, to Indict tho barkeepers for eelUng liquor on Sunday and lo attempt to cancel tho licenses of tho saloons where liquor Is solrf. For that purpose there were fifteen or twenty officers called to testify before tlio srand |ury. and Mayor RWdlck himself was Invited to tell what he knew of tho efforts to enforco t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 February 1903

WATTS BILL IS REPORTED It is Set as a Special Order for Tuesday In the House. KISSING OF THE BIBLE Argumont For and Against a Bill Making It Unnecessary to Kiss the Bible in Administering Oaths— Othor Measures Offered. (Rppclnl to Tho Tlmcvl)l»patcli.) RAhlilOH, N. C, February 4.— ln the House to-day tho Watts whiskey bill waa reported favorably by tho Committee on Propositions an! Grievances <uid made a special order for next Tuesday at noon, Temperance petitions were presented from Robeson, Union, Buncombe, Itan- ( dolph. Wake, Pamllco, Iredell, Stokes, (Brunswick. Northampton, Ornnge, Hallfax and Henderson counties. Notable bills Introduced were: (By Mr, Parker, of Wayne: To regulate Jurisdiction of Justices ot tho peace. By Mr. Bullard: To allow FayettovtlU to Issue bonds. By Mr. Daughtrl'lgc: To Incorporate the North Carolina Farmers' Protective A*Bociatlon. By Mr. Foy: To direct commissioner* of Ppntlpr regarding tho use of their sinking fund. By Mr. Bullard: To ame...

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

. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Executive Head Aleasure Is Up This Afternpon. FULL TEXT OF WEST BILL • Provides for k. Oomposlte Board to/ Choose a President— An Interesting Communication from One of the Alumni. mir. W«st, of Louisa, offared ty request in the House yesterday two oompanlon bllls'relatlnK to the proposed head ot the- "Dnln-crslty ot Virginia, which •will bo of gieat interest to the people Interested in higher education. tTh» bills, It is understood, were drawn by Messrs. Wyndham It Meredith, Honry Taylor and other members of the (Alumni Association, and It is understood .that they represent tho views of that body. One 'bill provides for a composite board to elect tho proposed executive head of tho University of Virginia, to be composed of three members of the Board of Arlsitors, three members of the Alumni Association, and three members of .the faculty. Tho other simply provides for leading . the fixing- of the salary of the new officer by tho composite board. The Houee Comm...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 February 1903

Lmrora^ 'm Fof Infants and Children. fftSi^K fp c ou " aye ifasi^^Bil Always Bought A^cgetablePreporalionforAs- |$ > m slmllatlngllicFoodandßcgula- m _. .- M I lingtligStoipqchsandßoweisof m Jjeajg tllG g I Promotes Digeslion.Cheerful- II f %f Mf ness andßest.Conlains neither iffl *£ , ffL Jr ■ B Opium.Morphine norMineraL ho "1 #l\ \L/ Not "Narcotic. ( mLWiH^ j*veafouj*szwunttrawi J l\rV *tlx.Smna+ jSttl IXa a Hork.lUU*- • JU m I _ yittUr.Sn-d.* ' \\ A II A I 111 #§£*&* if\ \Jiv in C/nnfiii Sugar yA JmL YT • ■■ Aperfecl ßemedy forConsllpa- M I \| IF UQU fion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea -&{ I 14/ Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- 'm\ Mfr [•« flu am ness and Loss of Sweep. MV /' fU | 11 VK I facsimile Signature of ' •»' G&&j{f6&&'. J Thift w Yqsiko ij-u- _ yEW -' yo --.:.. 1 1 1111 1 y luulo IS NOT IN FAVOR OF THE CHAPLAINS Religious Herald Not Inclined to Aid In Getting "Justice" to Those In Navy. The Religio...

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

STRENGTH MAINTAINED stock Market Yesterday Held Activity of Day Before. LARGELY PROFESSIONAL Whatever the Source of the Buying the Movement Was Spotty and Irregular and Early Movements Were Not Well Maintained. (By AsjorlntPd TrMS.) NEW YORK, Feb. 4.— l'osterrlay's level »f activity in stocks was pretty well maintained 10-aay, and there wero evidences t)f considerable strength In the market. The operations seemed to be confined still to professional hands, but t.lie leadership R'as more aggressive and better organized Minn for some time past, ami there wns rvldencc of tho control of large resources Vy those operations. It was tlio theory tf the board-room operators that tho nciion of UlO market wns largely duo to the foregathering of a number of well known Itock operators at a Southern resort, Lbundantly supplied with special wire service. Included In the gathering Is tho Operator \v.hoso name hnd been associated Vlth the prlncipnl stock market sensations lor many months past. Whate...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 February 1903

ABSOLUTE CLEANLINESS One of the most healthful qualities o! IK PRICE'S READY-TO-EAT Ej^Em 'ifQL VSlJ^fe lEf SZ!9fl IST I Ak^s U^^ H I m n THE ONLY WHEAT FLAKE CEREAL FOOD is /its perfect cleanliness. In all its processes of preparing, from the husking of every grain of wheat until it is ready to serve in a cabin or a castle, it is not touched by human hands. It is sure to become the favorite food of the multitude, because it is cleanly, palatable, nutritious and wholesome. ■*•-«■> PRICE CEREAL FOOD CO., Baffle Creek, Mich. Dr. Prict, the creator of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts i DEATH CLAIMS A HOUSE MEMBER Hon. W. B. Clarke, of Surry. Passes Away—First of Present Body. /he members of the Legislature wore patnod and shocked yesterday when the sad news reached them of the death at his home In Surry county, at 9:30 A. JL, cf Hon. W. B. Clarke, member of the House from Prlnco George and Surry. it Tha information came in tho shapo of the fol...

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

er & Rhoads Miller & Rhoads New Stock Of Fine Mattings for you, and lotus say right hero that wo never buy any but the best. No wato-soaked or olhorwiso imporfecfc Mattings como into this store, as unless they're first-class avlioji put on your iloor, llifey'll ho a constant sonrco of trouble to you, niul a reflection on uh, even if wo guvo thorn to you free. AVo believe Uie China Mnttlnps to bfl tho best for greneral wear, holncr heavier In tholr mnlcc-up than the Jnprmeee Mnttlng. although tho lnttor have tho advantntfe of thorn In tliclr pretty carpet designs, Our Mo Jap MntUtigs nro ' of very fine quality. In pretty colorings of Green, Red and "Blue, The. China Mnttingsattliosaiiio prico(33c) are extra hoary -weight, in rod, gi'ooii and blue stripes, blodcs and small Avortvea, with a soft finish. Other h'no vnlues at 28c and 30c, in China Mattings, perfectly reversible, mul in a Inrge range of designs. While wo believe every one of our Mattings to bs the ...

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

pprty Pages SSBBSg^B; ts9§Sß I^.— WHOLE NUMBER,'I6;I6O;. ( THE DA VS SUMMARY. ■ THE WEATHER. «,,)VABHINGTO.V, Fob. 7,-Foreeadt for Sunday ana Monday: Virginia— Rain Sunday; Monday, 'fair; IKMi to brltli enst winds. iNorth and South Carolina and Georgia— R»ln Sun.lay; Monday fair; frehh to brisk east, shifting to southwest winds. After a day. of cloudy sides.' a cold. Pfneirafing rain bttjr.m to fall late laj.t rtiptu. and tlia chances, according to the weather Bureau,, arc for a disagreeable aay, | followed by clearing to-morrow. STATE OF THE~T7IEnMOMETER. y sfilllllflli 12 midnight 39 Average 411-3 Hlehftst temperature yesterday 30 i/3vv*st temperature yesterday 31 ivan temperature) yesterday 40 Normal temper a turo for l'nbrunry.... TA Departure from normal temperature. . 0! Precipitation during past 21 hours... 00 MIMATURE ALMAN-AC. Pel). 8, 1303. Bun rises 7:00 HIOII TIDE. Bun sets 5:10 Morning l:0» Moon K0t5....3:M Evening- ...1:33 F.w>. 9; IW3. gun rises 7:05 I HKJK...

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

Wrn rft.oponslhle for «u»y of these doMr, I>r> Armond: "I undertake to iisy U>«( thn BURgr.slion of tho gentleman (hat 6oniebo(l.v- was trying to 'tnke charge of th« bill' la entirely gratuitous nnd the h«tt<>r »«n«« of ths R(>nUcnian fromJlaln* nnd the better munnora of lhe frentle»n»n from Maine ought to mnkc him Hwa.ro of that fuel." Mr. Uttlnneld: "I trust llm Bentioman Imows thnt thn 'Rentiemßn from Mn.lne' >ltd not Intend to be personally offensive 'lo th« gentleman from Missouri; at lenst, If hi» floes not appreciate that fact, the # Kentlema.n from Maine' deslrca to bo Mr. Clayton (Alabama) warmly commended sections 0. ft, 7 and 11. and der are<l his belief that the bill contalnwl "«o much Kood that it would never beAll minority nmendments wore honid nnd voted flown. At the oxplratlon of the three hours: fi lowrd for tlu> consideration or amendr- —•« iinrler Ihe special ordi^ 1...

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