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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

? 4* ONE GENT *.? WORD. MINIMUM CHAUDE 26 Cini?, Oath In Advino? & T?T ? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO BREITEST RESULTS. ? MINIMUM MANE 260ml?, OwHnAdwt? Oil ?at Art WORD. rv ? HELP WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED, GIRL WHO CAN BEW. TO learn paraaol making; 317 North Fifth. WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED YOUNG lady BOOK-KEEPER, who Is familiar with general office work and Is ?leo a Monographer. Apply by letter, In own handwriting, giving names of former employers, also salary expected, C, F. 8. CO., care this oftlco. HELP WANTED?MALE. ERA wanted! ?toady work. Apply OLD DOMINION WILLOW ft. RATTAN WORK?, 400 N. Hovnnth Btreot. WANTED. Wanted, 28 men to whcot ennd In barrows. Apply Monday antt Tiinsdny mornings ob (1:80 at wharf Jtmt below Old Dominion steamship. Good wngos paid weekly to good men, J. CLEMENTS SHAFER. WANTED. .WANTED, TO RAFFLE, A GOOD "Eollpse" Blcyclo, 01 In ?ear! como end try your luck, from 1 to 60 chances e they last: from T. A.? QUISEN whlle >u?j ....?,....

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

RICHMOND'S BALL TEAM ? ,-: The Names of Those Who Have Been Signed by Donati MEET AT NEWPORT NEWS All Plans Will Be Arranged Next Thurs? day In That City?The Regular Season Will Open on May 2d, Final plans for tho Four-City League, recently organized, will be perfected noxt Thursday afternoon yiit Newport News, when representativos of flic four cities In the association will convene in re? sponse to a call from President Domiti. This will bo tho lust gathering of of? ficials beforo the regular league open? ing on May 2d, and all matters that ?,a?? not as yet boon acted upon will be con? cluded onoe for all, Tho result will bo binding throughout tho season. At tho Newport News meeting tho ques? tion of schedule will be the most Im? portant matter to bo considered, and much timo will be spent/in trying, to ar? range a time-table that w?l moot with the approbation o? the fans of tho In? terested cities'and at tho samo time cut railroad fares down to the minimum. President Donati Is of ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

Repaid) BIOHMOND, VA., SUKDAY, APRIL 12, 1903. a m. The Cave-Dweller goes fishing. . The Plesiosaurus goes man-hunting at the same time. Then the Titanotherium gets into the game. r/n '?** rv//?ny4!rt>*z^>fty?*^^fi?s*&>r ?_c? \^ I |_ The Cave-Dweller climbs a Lepidodendron tree. But the Titanotherium says, " Gome down 1 ??'.' .-.?;-_??. ? f^^g--'?-; : = ii ? ; '...' '.'.:;';.":.;;::"" Now the Cave-Dweller gets a start for home? %- And does a vanishing act fust in time, ?' ' The "hunters" decide to hang around a while? Bufe on second thought* get a move on I4 back to the woods.?' And two tardy ones become the founders of domestic animal life,

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

? IJH?w 'They* Were Shown at Appomattox C. O, H. lfA MARCH TO OLD MEXICO TTalk of a Plan to unite Loo's and Grant's Men and March Them to Mexico. Readable incidents of the War. Personals Etc. ' The following letter was written by the t ?allant Colonel Haskell, of South Caro i Una, to a friend In Richmond, and is of peep Interest, as It relates some hitherto .?unpublished incidents of the surrender, including an account of the camp talk about Grant and Lee's men uniting under ?Lee and marching to Mexico to expel tBIaxImllllan. Wo quote: Columbia, S. C, April 3. 1903. ?My Dear ??... , . ' 'After our talk at the club In New York and my promise "to 'write you the Incident of which I spolcb' lo'''.you, I was until a few days ago,-.'too Sick to do anything, and then It took till my strength to travel home. I : arrived last evening. At the surrender at Appomattox of General Leo's army I wns appointed] on the commission to arrange details as a representativo of the artillery, and (is mich I...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

HARD WORK, LOW WAGES AND LONG HOURS IN GERMANY (Special Corrospohdenco of The Times ftlsptttchi) BERLIN, April 11.??? any American workman out at a Job? If ho, he lind bol? ter look for ?mother at homo. As for its' I dim learr, tlio labor market of Kuropo In overstocked. There aro something? like ? a million Idle workmen fn ISiigluml, The Industrial centers have many out of cm? tiloymenti and In London .there are fro? ?uent parados of ilio poor. There Is no room for extra workmen In frutice, und Germany Is still In hurl limes, This country was on the boom for thirty years. It began to grow when (Vance paid over her millions to Germany. lTac tories and workshops than eprang up all over the empire. -Tho people Hocked from the farms to tho cities, and tho country chnngoilfrom an agricultural to a manu? fue luring ono. Trade wuh pushed In every direction. Tho towns grew and wages rose. / This stale continued until about WOO, when, owing to ovcrspooulutlon, the bai? Icon of prosperity bu...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

METROPOLIS IS DISTURBED King and Queen Both Gone From Their Capital. QUEEN AT HER OLD HOME His Majesty's Hostess, Queen Amelle One of the Most Remarkable Wo? men Who Occupy ? Throne Has Medals For Life Saving. 3y PAUL LAMBETH. (Special Cable to The Tlmos-Dlspatoll, Copyrlnhted, 1003.) LONDON, April 11.?After a stay of over six weeks In London, the Court has deserted the Metropolis, and the King and Queen have ouch gone different ways. His Majesty went to Portugal, and Queen Alexandria is now at her old home in Denmark. The Visit of King Edward to his ally of Portugal being "official," it has been made the occasion of great public re? joicings and enlortalnmcnts on a largu scale had been organized. . His Majesty's hostess, by the way, Is one of tho most remarkable women who now occupy a : European throne, us Queen-Consort. Queen Amelie bus two medals for Ufo saving, both gained under remarkable .circumstances. Her gallant rescuo of a boatman who was drowning at Cns-Cacs brought her m...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

MR. DOOLEY ON DIPLOMATIC UNIFORMS. By F. P. DUNNE. Copyrighted, 1903, Uy Robert Howard Russell. ,-' "Well, sir," said Mr. Dooley, "I see be th* pa-apors that th' American ambassaduro to Itooshya has Invited a tlnyfbrm f'r hlmsllf. It's a plain uniform, but nato. A chapeau with a long gracoful,feather, In It," d broad . cloth coat, very.full In th' baaqtio an' thrlmmed with American eagles In goold, vest'?!?:, th' snmo mateoryal, ptihtal?oti8,l<r-palo bluo, with a dllly cato goold Sthrlpo four Inches wldo on th' outside sonni, won hip an' two, sido pockets, thirty-eight chest, forty five waist. Th' ambassaduro will carry a handkerchief tv th' star epanglod " ..banner, with th' rile nr-rrns In a' cornor, an' will wear upon his shirt front th' devlco: ? ploorlbus unum, American aVnbassadure. Use no hook.'-" "What does ho-want with a unyform anyhow7" aekod Mr. Hcnnessy. "Well, It's a long an" a sad story," snld Mr. Dooley. "Bear with mo whllo 1 toll It ye or do not, as ye please. I'l...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

COFFEE COATS, A NEW PAD, DRIVING OUT TEA GOWN All-Over Lace With Insertion ?tid Black Bows. Coat to be Worn With Sash Girdle. Black Ring-Spotted Net over Taffeta with Chantilly Lace. ?? Ht_ LATEST1 fshlon reports front Paris herald the %/ approach of something entirely new, known there as the corteo coat, No vogue, excepting, of course, the blouse, has ever achieved morn hearty appreciation than have these dain? ty little coats, nnd no Wardrobo is considered completo without at least one. They maleo very useful, and at the samo timo very pretty, home evening froolte when worn with a hand somo voile skirt in tho samo delicato coloring, ?_ lnco that Is oxtonslveiy used for trimming? these coats Is known ns Pnfls-tlliled Alencon lace. The soft wash taffetas and liberties are perhaps tho most prefer? able materials for theso now Jackets, but nevertheless Ivory lawns, silk oropons and mousselines ctoato a dis? tinctively Attractive variety. A! combination of this description is shown tri...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

cKool By M for Housewives o?, r r t o tv fi iv r',1 i\ i\ >d <XAAJ*?i?^'^rf??i?w?i>^w?*>?*?>?>A>?^i\>'V?>?'i>^^ w ??*"?* <M Aite te P?n ? V B?Sa ? ? ?? ? a r ? f ? d rM ?" i \ ? Y HEART Is so heavy thie morning with sorrow for three dear little children who suffer from .?their mother's neglect that I appeal to you to say something in their behalf. This mother la a widow who works in a factor/ and lives In two roome of a brother's house. Tho broth? ers wlto cares for her rooms and chil? dren by day and tho mothc?r cares (?) for them by night. All four Bleep In ono room (fourteen by fifteen foot) with all windows and door? tightly closed lest ono breath of colO^nlght air might blow over tho deer children.. And all four have catarrh! Every morning tho children rise with a sick headache, end tho mother scolds because some, rich person who could stay homo and nurse lier children hae not been given tho headaches.' Sho grieves constantly because of her 'III...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

BRITAIN'S BEST-HATED POLITICIAN MOVES FORWARD TO PREMIERSHIP Joseph Chamberlain Almost as American as His Wife. SOURCE OF HIS FORTUNE Made a Rich Man Through an American Invention?Tendor and Devoted ? in His Life at Home/ By curt?s brown. (Special Correspondence of The Tlmcs Dlspntch.) LONDON, March, Sl.-Politloians of olio Bort tell you ono thing nnd those of plain, unprejudiced observation says, In a way that can't bo mistaken, that It Isn't likely to bo long before a quiet llttlo American woman's huBband occupies tho highest position within tho gift of the British people?that of Promlor, which signifies In ? way, aa was explained recently, president o? the British Re? public. jj It has boon apparent for a long timo to the wan up a treo that Joseph Chamber? lain was coming ,on, and that nothing could stop him. Since his triumphal return from South Africa It hns bcen'ob ' ..vlous, oven to tho man down In the street ?that In tho ordnlary course of -human ovents the beet hated man In...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

THE STORY TELL?NO MACHINE. (Tho story'Tetllng Machine In the houso o? Wally Watidoroon, the little old man, who la looking tor tho Good Times we used to have, having pro? duced sovoral stories which ate va? riously received by Wally Wanderoon, |ho ehllilron and tho story-teller him? self, n-russllla tell? talea that aro real storica according to her mind,) There wae Bilenco for a little whllo, and then Wally Wanderoon pretended to wake up with a snort, "Aro you fin? ished?" ho asked. "Aro you right cer? tain1 that you didn't leave-out sixty or . uovonty chaplors? We'd like .to have it all." " "Not mei" exclaimed Drusllla, "Nuff'S nuff, an' too much 1* a plenty. I bet you,I klh toll you ono dat you'd like ter hear; an' taln't no nigger talo nothor. Aly grnnmammy tolo It ter me an' sho said eho got It fum do whlto folks." Drusllla picked at her frock a moment, as If trying to recall nomo of tho Inci? dents of tho story, and then began, As It must have a name, It If just as woll to cal...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

"TRIAL AND IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENTANDREWJOHNSON" Roderick Taliaferro-Songs and Sonnets of Pierre de Ronsard*?The Rebellion of the Princess?John Percyfield?The ?Traitors ?Put , nam Place. BOOKS AND AUTHORS COMMENT AND GOSSIP Tliomas Nelson Page's Now Book. E. H. Russell Soils Out to Harpers?A New Firm of Publishers?New Eng? land's Corruption. Dramatization of "Lady Hose's Daughter." RODERICK TALIAFERRO. By Oeorgo Cram Cook. The Macmillan Company, publishers, Now York, $1.60. Roderick Tallaforro is Ilio story of a Confederate soldier, a scion of that good old Southern family, and of other proud connected Unes, who, In the reckless des? pair which came to many ? bravo man when the Stars and Bars went ilown In ? defeat, left this country and offered his sword, ns a soldler of fortune, nt tho Court of Maximilian In Mexico. While serving In the Imperial anny, he fell In love with nnd won for his wife, onp of the genuine Spanish beauties of the an? cient City of the Aztec emperors. No epi...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

I Gu*J-u^J^ftAr?j?r?^/ln?^?^?^:?<^?^^<S'??^?''?^^ ** * * - ? " " * ? ??-' ?*i?A**^**i*^**^*^?^A?0?A*^*<'?*?**^**?**??''" VIRQ?N?? M?ITORS; WHAT THEY THINK 'uuur/uiJ'iiVn'rtVfi'P*** ' ' .""? ?"'..???..,..a.I TotTcns System. Tho Henry County Bulletin ?peaks oiii thus: It le sincerely to bo hoped that the movement to Inaugurale the Torrent land registry aysUm In Virginia, which. a tew* weeks ago had a prominent place timone; editorial topic? In the State pro??, win not bo silently suffered to die In Its Infancy, Everybody, with the excep? tion of a. small minority ?f the lawyer? of the Stato, |r In fewer of the system, nnd thoro ought to be no difficulty about Incorporating It Into our regletry leWe. The Bedford Democrat Is evidently of tho opinion that the man who live? out? eldo of old Virginia Is Just camping out. 'Jt saysi , The bllzznrda of the northwest and the raging floodsfpf the southwest soom to ?how us what, a good country we live In whom only man It vile. It Is tru...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

THE KATZENJAMMER KIDS GET A NEW EASTER SUIT. * *? A ?*-** ** > ?? * A ?*"**?' ?*11^ * ' J X ccnyrishi. moi, by, w. n. ???* o'ratt Driuitt ftlsht? tttMtsi_____?_?? , - ? ?rrrr JL ALPHONSE, GASTON AND THEI? FRIEND LEON IN THE ARCTIC REGIONS. A Story of Thrilling Adventures and Never-Fa?Un& Pol?tenss. In Three Chapters. Chapter 2. : j _. & S7N0P8IS OF LAST SUNDAY'S INSTALLMENT: While hunting for rare birds Alphonse and Qaston fell over the chit, and would have tallen several million miles if they hadn't caught hold of a branc**?. '. ,?_. ?j j ' ' I I 1 | Coprrlihi. 1?0J, by W R Hum. OreM Brii?l? Rlibu RtMrvs?.

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. — 14 April 1903

er ??fflll?St??k W??US& I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,2M, RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS? SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, April 13.?Forecast lor Tuesday and Wednesday: ,, , , ,, u Virginia?lhi In Tuesday; brisk to lllgi, '?'lifting winds, becoming northwest". Wed? nesday full' und cool. ! Not-th Carolina?Showers Tuesday morn? ing, lollowotl by cooler wcatlior; brisk to ?high west 1.0 nortliwost winds. Wednos?; . day fair, with rialti? temperature In west? ern portion?. ?',?-'. Rnln fell periodically yesterday and un? it II lato Inst night, tho temperature be 1 In? ut timi?? somewhat chilly. Tho wiiullier prophet promises more rnln, to . clay with high winds ? ltd cooler lo-nior ' row. ..STATE OP TUB THERMOMETER. U ?. M.M ?12 M..?. M ?-18 V. M.W Il ?, ??.M 1 P. M.M ?2 midnight .u4_ Average .'.?.. 64 2-3 Highest temperature yesterday.50 "Lowest temperature yesterday........ 53 Mean tempenUut'o yesterday.M ? Normal temp?rature for April..'..65 Dcpiii'tu...

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. — 14 April 1903

Evening Post, to-day on the Northern Se? curities c<we BAy?: "The result of the decision, It It be con? firmed upon ? ?Anew, must necessarily t?? f?f.renohliifr. The decision practically es tAbllehfts this. That" anything done which Will put it In the power of any company to restrain Industry and trade, Is Mogol *ven If the very reverse of such restraint la tfitohded, ae has no doubt U>?r? the bona Hile purpose of the Incorpoi-i.torg of the Northern Securities Company. Thus ne ? tofjlrftl eonffrrnirnno Ibe power the Pennsylvania, possesses to Influence Bal? timore ? Ohio and other corporate msn ngements, all the power the ?New I'wk Central peesoses to dlreot the Lake Shore, Michigan Central and the1 Nieklo Plate Companies management, or the Now York, New Haven and Hartford's Influ? ence over the New England road, evon If euoh power ot Influence as actually exerclned be beneficial to tho public, le Illegal, Thle Is the danger In tho situa? tion, which has now boon created. Not ...

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. — 14 April 1903

CAMPBELL'S CASE AGAIN It Will Be Taken Up by the Senate at Noon To*Day? WILL RAISE MANY POINTS Will Likely Bo Contended That He Should Have Twenty Days, Notice j Before the Senate Proceeds !o Take Action. Action on the Joint resolution propos? ing to remove Judge Clarence J. Campbell of Amhoisl, will buttilo topic o? grealost Interest In the General Assembly to-day. Tho House having passed by an ovcr . whelming vote the Joint resolution to re movo Judge Campbell, it will now bo In order for the Senate to lako such action as It sees /It In tho cose. The matter will come before tho Sen? ate ns a spedili order for 12:15 P. M., this disposition having beon made of tho mat? ter, when the Senate had been oIHclully In? formed of the action of the House. Just what the procedure In the Sunuta will be' cannot b.".' nhxolutely foreseen, nnd thero were too few memoers of that body In tho city yesterday to enable ono to ascertain .What would probahly bo done. ? It can bo posltlv&y slated, ho...

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. — 14 April 1903

The Times- Dispatch Published Dally end Weekly nt No. 4 North Tonth Street, Richmond, V?. fintered January 27, 1903, at Rloh? mond, Va., a* Second-class Matter, undei*? Act of Con? press of March ?, WS. The bAILY TIMES.DISPATCH Is sold ?t 2 cents ? copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ?old at 6 eente a copy., ' DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall 60 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.50 for six months, $1.60 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, '-: 12.00 a year. j , The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In? eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 16 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, ? cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, .$1.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will be ?rejected. Rojecteci Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. "Uptown Office at T, A. MILLER'S, No. 519 East Broad Street. ' TUESDAY, APIUL 14, 1003. * .- """=: NOW FOR ACTION. ? One of the most important measures ^before this General Assembly, Is that ?known as, Senate bill No. 225,- Intro...

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. — 14 April 1903

GRANTING CHARTERS Suggestions Made by the Cor? poration Commission. WILL OFFER A SUBSTITUTE Section to Tako the Placo In Houao Bill 102 of That Bearing Upon tho , Method, of Creating Corporations. jTho Joint Committees of the Senate on -Courts of Justice and Roads and Internal Navigation held a further Billing on Wed? nesday afternoon, April Sth, which tho, ' members ofc tho Corporation Commission ottended, and, at the request of the com? mittee, continued their suggestions as to tho provisions of Houso bill No, 102, con? cerning tho creation and powers of corpo ' rations.' , Tho chairman of the commission, con? tinued to act as Its spokesman, and ad drcssod tho committee at length. Accord? ing to Information obtained by a Tlmos Dlspatch reportor, tho commission point? ed out that under sub-section (c), In the first chapter, It might be possible that on a singlo charter tho purposes ot In? corporation might bo so stated as to on ablc? tho corporation to engage In sev? eral kinds of ...

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. — 14 April 1903

PORTRAIT OF CAPT. M'CABE .Presented to the University of Virginia by His Old Boys. ADDRESSES AND A POEM Hon. Alexander Hamilton Presents the ; Picturo and Professor Thornton Recelveslt?Mr. Gordon's Poem, "The Head Master." (Special to The Tlmre-IHspntcli.) : UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. VA., iprll 13.?The presentation by his "Old Boys," of an oil portrult of Captain Win. Gordon McCabo, tlio distinguished educa? tor, to tho University oC Virginia, took place this evening. Dr. Paul B. Hal-ring? er, chairman of the Faculty, presided. The presentation address was made by the Hon. Alexander Hamilton, of Peters? burg, to which Professor William M. Thornton, ot the University, responded, The poern, "The Head "Master," wns read by the Hon. Armlstead C. Gordon, of Statuitoli,? ' The portrait Is a very correct produc? tion of tho features of the distinguished head master, whose connection with the University of Virginia, has boon doso In many respects. Ho Is a graduate of the Institution and was f...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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