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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 9 April 1903

Bigatti) ?MB(S?l!i?88ffi_B? I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,211. THE) D1SPA RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, ATRIL 0, 1900. PRICE TWO-CENTS.' zr. ?' SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. April 8.?Forecast for "Thursday nnd Friday: / Virginia?Fair Thursday; warmer In ox ytrctna west portion. Friday fair; fresh west winds, coomlng variable. North Carolina?Fair Thursday and Fri? day; fresh north winde, becoming varia? ble. Balny and windy, yesterday was ? combination of March and April weather, Fair wcuthor Is promised for to-day, with higher tomperaturo In certain portions. STATE OF THIS THERMOMETER. . U A. M ...'. Oi 12 M.. 05 B P. M.?.08 C P. M. .W I) P. M.,.07 12 midnight.;.03 Averago .,.,.,011-3 Highest temperature yostorday. 08 Lowest tomporaturo yeptcrday. ?j Mean tompuruturo yostorday. C? Normal tempcrultirc for April....;... (w Departure from normal tomperaturo. OS Proclpltntlo:i during past 21 hours'... .57 MINIATURE ALMANAC. ? April 9, 1903. Bun rises.r.Mfi ? ???? TIDE. Sun sots..0:38 I...

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. — 9 April 1903

?? Wmmmt?a-i ?? otpM-led to-day. ?f thoy > tjlmll till'return^ nnd none of, tho.?? now ? here shall ?? nWny, .thorfc will b? ninety? ,*oven members present, or only three t nhort of the M?lra House, This wnuM be n most remnrkaHe ntlenilnnco arid even ?, th? ninety-two nqw here puls the num* b?r way up above arty recent afonda nao. ' "I?T?L_..OF 1NTEU1?ST. ?_"h* trial of .fudge-Campbell has beeh fc long and weary one, nnd the case hns ?fairly bristled with spectacular/ and In? , t?fe.tlhg Incidents ever ?lite- Hit- dtlV ho struck Rev. Dr. Crnwford at Am ? h.rat Courthouse last summer, 'Should . ?ho report be adopted by th?? House It ; will g. to the Senate and ho -icled upon later by that body. If It shall fall In the House this will end the matter, and there can be no more ot the ItIhI. Judge Cnmpbnll would. In tho 'nttsr event. perve out his term and go off tho bench with tho othor county jinlg-is when the county court system beoofVie?. a demi let? ter under tho Constitution nos...

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. — 9 April 1903

4? PENNELL INQUEST Important Evidence In Regard to Murder Is Expected. STATEMENT OF DEFENSE This, as Well as All His Papers Bearing on His Rotations to the Burdlcks, Will Be Brought Out as Far as Possible (tir Assodatili! Presa.) BUFFALO, N. Y., April 8.-JUBtlco Murphy and Distrlot Attorney Coats worth held a conference; this afternoon on tho Ponnoll Inquest, which begins at, the morgue at 3 o'clock Friday aftornoon. The course of tho public Inquiry, so far us It could be dlsoussed beforohand, was set? tled. Tho1 Inquost of Ponnoll and Mrs. Ponnoll are to bo hold Jointly. . Tho last known statcmont ot Pennell in his own dofonso, Iti which ho says a woman klllod Burdlck at midnight, Is to como out. ? , Tho question of suicide or nccidont is: not to bo tried out, so far a? the district uttornoy Is concerned. That part, of tho caso will be directed by Justice Murphy. Tho alleged defalcations announced as equalling tho total of Pcnnoll's Ufo In? surance havo nothing to do with the death...

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. — 9 April 1903

The Times-Dispatch Publish.* Dally end weekly et No. 4 N.i*h Tenth Street, Richmond, V... KlUered January it, 1903, at Rieti? mend, V.? ?? Secortd'Cla?. M.tt.iy under Act et Con? or??? ?t M.roh 3, ?79. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH ?? ?old ?t t cent, a copy? Th. SUNDAY TIMBS'DlSPATCH I. .old at ? cents a copy. DAILY TIMES'DISPATCH, by mall? 60 cent* . month, $5.00 a year, $2.80 for ?Ik months, $1.80 for three month?. SUNDAY TIM?S'DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMSSoplSPATCH, In? eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per Meek. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cente per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year, All Unsigned Communication? will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not bo returned unless accompanied by stamps. , Uptown Office ot T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. THURSDAY, APRIL 0, 1003. RAILROADS AND THE CONSTI? TUTION. No one who takes the trouble to rond tho debates of tho Constitutional Conven? tion on tho onactlng of a freo railroad la...

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. — 9 April 1903

MANN BILL IN THE AIR House. Rejects Report of tho ? Con feroci. THEY MAY RECONSIDER Motion On This Una Is Mado and Passed By~-Bon? Confident of Final Passage?Big Fight In tho House Yesterday. lihe advocates .-of. the Mann liquor ?inondment to tho general tax bill are passing toward victory over thorny paths nnd by easy stages, and it Is far from certain that thoy will ever reach that coveted station. Tlio violent assaults upon the report of tho Conference Committee woro re? newed, and nflcr1 another long and spir? ited debato, tho motion of ? Chairman Boaz to adopt tho report failed by a , voto of a ayes to 34. noes. Tho Chair 'ruled that the adoption of tho report required only forty affirma? tive votes, but by a voto of 50 to 20 tho ruling was reversed by the House, tho point of order having been mado that It required 61. A motion was ontorod to reconsider tho vote by which tho report wan rejected, and this motion was passed by until somo day when conditions may appear more favora...

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. — 9 April 1903

BELT LINE PROPOSED Greater Railroad Frontage for New Plants at Frederlcksb'g WAS CALLED TO E1MFIELD Rev. Decatur Edwards, of Fredericks burg, Hns Received Overtures From a Circuit of Churches Near Tarboro. In North Carolina. o (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) FiiEDBmat-SBuno, va., Aprii s. /t ? inceline of *'>? Business Men's ;'? Association, held last night, tho names of nine business men ot the city wore ', added to the roll of membership. Va? rious matters of general Interest wero dis? cussed, among them the prospect for obtaining now manufactures and plans for securing greater railroad frontage for tho location of plants by moans of ?. belt Une or a branch road from tho 'Richmond, Frodorlcksburg nnd Potomac Railroad along tho wost side of tho city to a point In tho horlhorn section, whoro a number of largo enterprises aro l?? ti oated. This will opon up new sites along tho line. Rev. Decatur Edwards, of this city, . who has chargo of several largo Baptist churches near hero, ...

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. — 9 April 1903

FOR MUTUAL INSURANCE A Move Inaugurated by the Vehicle Association. A' VISIT TO SEVEN PINES Visitors Attend the Academy?Officers ??. Be Elected to-Day and the Convention to Wind Up With a Banquet To-Ntght. After a thoroughly Interesting business Bcsslon yostorday morning, at which a. i matter of much consequence to all mom hers was discussed at somo longtli, the convention of Vehicle Associations, now In session In Richmond, adjourned at noon for dinner, after which the entire party was drWon to ?even Pines on a ?lumber of'trolley oars. Tho afternoon was spent In being shown ovor the his? torio battlefield, and tho roturn was mudo later, In timo for tho visitors to seo tho "French Maid" trip the light fantuntlc on tho boards at tho Academy. Alto? gether the day was pleasant to the buggy inakors. ELECT OFFICERS. The convention' will bo brought to a close this aftoruoon, after tho annual election of olllcers and the selection of tho next mooting place. But tho festivities at? tendant ...

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. — 9 April 1903

PLATFORM Next One Will Be Nothing Like Last Says Daniel, ?EED MUCH MORE MONEY Volume Entirely, Too Small for Proper Conduct of Business of the Country. Shudders at Result if Gold Pro ? auction Should Decnsft?e. The Tlmes-Dlgpatch Bureau, No, 1417 G Street, N. W., Washington, D. C, April 8. We should not select a candidato or mako a platform In 1903 for tho cam? paign of'ISM." said Senator Daniel .to? day. ' O "But I can say this," he added, with great sl-rnUlcanoe, "the platform the Democrats will adopt next year will be rery difieren t from the ? one adopted at Chicago In 1880, or at Kansas City in 1B00. It would be foolish to try conclu? sion* on those Issues again, or with Mr. Bryan as a loader. It has twlco been demonstrated we cannot win in that As suggestive of the character of the next platform, tho following remark by ' Senator Daniel was highly interesting: "One of the most widely known Re l publicans In this country told me a few days ago that there waa tho unanimous opini...

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. — 9 April 1903

NEITHER TO MAKE MOVE Council Must Act on Street' Cars Carrying Malls. THE OOOD OF THE PEOPLE Would Not Benefit Either tho Post Office or tho Management of , tho Trolley Lines?Some ? ' Interviews. m There luis boon no now development in the movement to havo tho malls trans? ferred between the gonoral postoflioo and sub-elatloiis slnco tlio exchange of lottere botwoori Poetmaetor Wray T. Knight and Oonoral Manngor S. W. Huff, of tho Virginia (Passenger und Power Company, Postmaster Knight yesterday stated to a Tlmea-Dlspatch reporter that ho did not know of anythnig thnt could bo done until tho. Council took such ac? tion a? was necessary to permit tho Passonger and Powor Company to con? tract with the Federal government. Ho anticipated, however, that the Council would take tho matter up without delay. Mr. Knight seemed confident that tho ? Council would pass an ordinance In tho , untura of an amendment to the franchise ot tho company ao as to permit such a contract. PEOPLE WOULD BENE...

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. — 9 April 1903

MARKET INACTIVE Baroly 300.000 Shares Changed Hands Yesterday. LESS PRESSURE TO SELL There Was Effective Support at Some -' Points Where Selling Was Contln? *v-qe.d? Money Marked Con? sidered Favorable. (ny AiBooUlod Pre??.). '. NEW TORK. April S.?To-day's business on tho Stock Exchange aggregated baro ' ly 300,000 .shares, which is buck, to tho low level of activity. Tho foot that Fri day is tho date also for the expiration of the Southern Parlilo pool confirmed tho disposition to keep out ot tho market. There Is an almost Infinito vatioty of ooii Joetures as to what the orfect of this ?will be upon the market at large. 1 ho ? distinct casing of tho money market yes? terday seemed to givo relief from the pressure of liquidation. To-day there was aistlnot relaxation of this pressure to sell end offeotlvo support at some points where tho selling was continued, but tho market continued to hang ln a susnondod and In? animato condition-1 Yesterday's weakness In itho United States Steol ...

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. — 9 April 1903

ONE CENT I' WORD. MINIMUM .HAARE 26 Cents, CnhlnAdtinoi THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 26 Gents, CashlnAdtanot ONE CENT I WORD. HELP WANT?DVK?mAL?. (WANTED. ? SALESLADY AT MRS. JULIUS BEAR'S, 1423'East Main Street. WANTED, ? REFINED YOUNO (white) WOMAN, not undor 26, a? nurse for Infanti references required. Ad? dress Mrs. WE 8LOANB, South Nor? folk, Va. WANTED, A GOOD GENE?UL SER VANT to tro north Immediately. Apply 1000 West Avenue between hours of 12 and 3 P. M. Thursday or Friday. [WANTED. GOOD, STRONO WHITE WOMAN, keep store room and do gen? eral work; must be willing worker. At>? ply .LEXINGTON HOTEL._ WANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NECK woar from samplo; experience not neces unrvi steady work; good pay. Send self nddressed stamped envelope. IDEAL MEG. CO., 60S ??-est 133d St., Now York. ?' ? 8ITUATION8 WANTED?FEMALE. .WANTED. AT ONCE, POSITION BY an experienced lady stenographer, with good references. Address Miss J?, care this o...

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. — 9 April 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. | Miller ? Rhoads. WSATN?R FORECAST?Tfiut'iday/air,' wamur in weitet?portion, ONLY THREE DAYS UNTIL EASTER, Easter Suits For $7.50 REDUCED FROM $ 10.00 4ud the reason for the reduction is this; Our Suit business lias been bettor-this spring than over bofore in our history?and that's just the reason wo can afford to offor the $10 suits at a reduction for Easter, it's somothiug unusual for a storo to do this, we know; but it's one **ay ive have sharing our prosperity with you. .. Three styles of tho ten dollar suits reduced to '$7.50 ns follows: All-Wool Mixture. In small checks, ? with collarlcss Eton and an unllned Skirt. ? Plain Melton, In Castor and Qray, Binds with a Norfolk Jacket. All-Wool .Venetian, with a taffeta Ribbons For Easter. Wo have some elegantly made-up roses ' of satin taffeta rluuon in all shades that you can hardly tell'from the genuine rose when It's In the hair or on the corsage-60c. each, Satin Bock Velvet Ribbons, In tho newest shades of red,...

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. — 10 April 1903

THID Afe!?!? m WHOLE NUMBER, 16,212. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF 'DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, April D.-Forecnat for Friday nnd Saturday: , ?. Virginia?Fair Friday, Incronslng cloudi? ness Saturday, probably, followed by iHowersi north winds, becoming oust and iros In - . North Carolina-- fair Friday; Saturday ihowcrei fresh winds, mostly south. Delightful spring wcntlior, with a sus tolclnn of chill In the air attor nightfall, marked? yesterday, increasing cloudiness Is anticipated to-day and probably show? ers to-morrow? STATU OF TUB THKRMOM10TF.R. 1.1 M; .CO : 12 M..'.PS/ 3 P.'M.;. <3 II,P. M.?/?? W n p. m./?.? ? 12 midnight .:.|? Averago.........'. 06 2-3 Hlghost temperature yesterday.....'. ?3 .Lowest temperature yesterday.?I Mean tompcrutur? yesterday. ?J Normal lomperaliire for April.......... o? Departure from normal temperature, 07 l'rcclpltatlon for past 21 hours......... 00 MINIATURE ALMANAC. April. 10, 1903. Bun rises.B:-l...

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. — 10 April 1903

? tft the people tho question of a dlspen? . '*?nry or of prohibition or nnythliiR else, Nt lie rcparded the bill as In the ?attlni of ? compulsory prohibition lato. Mr, '?', ?Anderson cnlh'd attention to the fact that the bill amended ?.ectimi 3.S04 ot tho Code .?without so stating, as, In his opinion, th* provisions of the Constitution re? qUlre?l. WON IN A WALK. ?Mr, Clnytor thereupon called the pond?' Ifi? q?estloil, llifi adoption of the conf?r? ence report on tho Renerai revenue bill. ?i.i'?the- pending question was ordered and G the report, adopted by ni voto of 24 to I, ns follows: Ayes?Messts. Barksdale, Byars,, Chap? man, Clnytor, Coghllli Dlnwlddlo,'Dono? ?ioo. Ilalsey, Tlnrvcy, ?lobbs, Keezoll, . I*ylo, Maim, Mnssle. Mcllwniiio, Mooh, Ople. Soars, Shnckelford, Tyler, Walker, ?Wallace, Watklns and Wlckhnm-24. Noes?Messrs. Anderson, Cromwell and Jitsvorcomb?3. Tho bill bavins: how passed both houses ?will go to the Governor for his appro? val. Senator Lyl? sought to secure...

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. — 10 April 1903

?EGRO Discusses Race Question at Hamilton Club Banquet, CORRUPTED SUFFRAGE If Negro Is Ever Fitted for Citizenship the Process of Evolution Must t?o ' Extraordinarily .Slow ? Capital - and Labor Next Conflict. (fly ASMuclnlo.1 fresi.) CHICAGO, ILL., April O.-Tho unnunl banquet of tho Hamilton Club, which 1? liciti, each year on tho anniversary of Iho suronder at Appoinultox, transpired torniglit in the Auditorium Hotel. A, largo number of guests wero present and |jnany came from distant Htatos. Ex Congress man Francis F. Cushinan, of Tdcoma, Wash., was to hove delivered ' an uddrcss, but was unubia to bo pres? ent because of tlie death of his father. Tho other addresses were by Henry Wat* terson, of Louisville, Ky.; Rov. Thomas 1\ Green, Cedar Kiiplds, Iowa, and Ed? ward L. Hamilton, of Mlclilgah. Mr. Wattcrsun rcsnonded lu tho tonst "Ponce Bolweon tho Sections," und de? voted much of his adrCBS to tho negro question, He said: "The negro can never become, in any boiieflcont or genui...

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. — 10 April 1903

I ? ? , ?.,.,. , ., ?,. ,,., The Times-Dispatch ?ublUhed baity end Weekly ?t Ni?. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. ?fttered January ??, 1T03, at Rich? mond, Va., as second-Class Matter, under Act of Clon* gret? of March 3, 1879. ? The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH U iold at t eenU ? eopy, The 8U ? DAY TIMESOI9PATCH le ?eld at ? cent? a eopy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall? W cent? a month, ?8.00 a year, $2.50 for ?Ix month?, ?1.S0 for three month?. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, 12.00 a yeerv The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In? eluding Sunday, oy Carrier, 1B cent? per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DI8PATCH, by Carrier, d cent? per week. The' WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, >1?00 year. All Unsigned Communication? will be fejeeted. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T, A. MILLER'S, No ?9 East Broad Street. FRIDAT, APRIL 10. 1903. THE INCOME TAX. In yesterday's paper we took tho posi? tion that the incomes of corporations, as well as the Incomes of individ...

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. — 10 April 1903

??? I I ......... 's ;.,'; Easter Suits THE most beautiful fabrics b?otight out this season aro used iu those Suite." - , . t ?. They have Style, Quality, a Tailored-by? Hand Touch to Them, a harmony of fabrics; trimmings and'little details?in fact They are the Superior Suits? If you wore* to dissect a Jacobs <fe Levy garment you would find the integral parts?seen and unseen?to be just as good as it is possible'.to:make them. The most minute unit is of the BEST. That's why our apparolHOLDS ito shape, and thut's why it gives good service. our special $I5>00 Easter Suits designed for dressy men, in ?all the smart styles that dressy men admiro, havo individuality and character all over and through tliem. If these have too much dash and "go" about them, thero are others at $10,00. $ 12.50. S15.00, 518.00. $20.00. $22.50. $35.00 Don't Overlook the Small Boy when selecting Easter Clothing. ? . ' Seerour very special Easter Suits for Boys at Ctf #? __S?_ Others at f4.00 to $5.00 to $...

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. — 10 April 1903

MERGER IS EFFECTED Petersburg Chamber of Com i?ierce and Business Assn, OFFICERS ARE ELECTED Following the Next Business Session a ??nquet Will Be Held at Which Two Vor Three Hundred Business Men Will Be Present, (Spoclal to The' Timcs-Dltpntcb.) PETERSBURG, VA., April D.?The Chamber of Commerce and Young Men's Business Association consolidated to-night ' y under tho name of the Petersburg Chamber of Commeroe. Mr. Carter It. Bishop was made temporary chairman, .? Mr. Simon Seward ?was elected president, Robert Cabanlsi, vice-president, and R, D. GUUam, eeorotary, their terms to ex : pire at a meeting to be held in April, at whioh a permanent organization will be effected. Following the businoss session at this meeting a banquet will be held, at which two or throe hundred business men ere expected to be present. Interest In foot-ball Is being rovlvod In . Petersburg, and the olub In this olty will probably have ?rood support dut Ins: the coming season. The Petersburg Club, of which M...

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. — 10 April 1903

CHARTERS GRANTED Alew Enterprises Given Offi? cial life at Raleigh. HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE The State Printing Commission Is Con? sidering Bids for the 8tate Printing for the Next Two Years?Insur? ance Commissioner Warned, (Hiicclsl to Tlio TlmeS'Dlspatcb,) RALEIGH, N. C, April 9.-The Rural Hal) Veneering Company, of Rural Hall, ! Forsytho county, was chartored to-day, with Mfl.OOO capital, A, L. Williams, H. .A. Paddycord and W. C, Stunber Incorpo? ro tore, ,'? Tho Mayodon Mercantile Company, of Mayodon, Buckingham county, was fjJso chartered, with J26.?00 capital, 8. P. Tesh and T. II, Turner being among the Incor porators. An Important new enterprise for Greens . bore was also given corporate llfo to-day. The Scott-Hparjior Company was char? tered to do a general wholesnlo grocory business,. capital $100,000. Among tho In? corporato? aro L. D. Spargor, S. W. Spar ?? ?er, James II. Sparger and J.W, Scott. Wall Brothers, Key and Company, of > Porgo, Siirry county, was chartered,...

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. — 10 April 1903

SS? ARREST IN MANCHESTER Young White Man Charged With Stealing Jewelry. ROBBED HIS ROOM-MATE Negro Boya Arrested for Blocking the Streets?City Mule Sold? Funeral of a Boy? Benoflt of the Florida Table?Personal Mention. : Manchester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspatch, V No. ,1102 Hull Street, / Frank Madray, a young white man, well thought of by those who know him, ."Was arrested by Captain LIpscomb yoa '.terday afternoon on tho oh arge pt taking '?a- watch oiid ohoin and a gold ring, all Valued at $40. belonging to Joseph Bavoy, Xnother young man. The two roomod together at No. 212 } Eleventh Street Yesterday Savoy went wto work .at the Southern shops. Madray Mid not go out.. When Soivoy returned 'tie found that his trunk had been en-; tercd, and the articles referred to were missing, The police were at once noti? fied, and Detective Wreen, of Rlohmond, ??covered the articles from a pawnshop, where It was alleged Madray had pawned them, .The young man was arrested on the charge and oarrled to th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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