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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 14 April 1903

CARNIVAL AT RALEIGH Preparations Are Going For? ward in Satisfactory Way. TtJE CONTEST FOR QUEEN The Young Ladle? Who Are Being Voted for aro Among the Most Prominent Society Folks of the City. (Specilli to Tho Tlmi;a.Dl?pntch.) ?RALEIGH, N. C, April 13 -I'r^para , tlona for tho great KnlglitB of Pythias' etroet fair and merchants' carnival to be .hold horo In May aro progressing liy ft manner highly satisfactory to thoso !n charge. Indications aro that largo crowdd will bo attracted from tho country and neighboring towns. Tlio contest for quoon of tho carnival Is growing In interest, tho young ladies bolng votod for being nmong tho moat prominent society folks of the city; An equipment agreement between the, (Seaboard Air Lino and tho Gua?*attoe Trust Company, of Now York, for now rolling stock wa? entered for registration In the office ot Ware county Registrar of "Doods to-de,y. It provides for twonty-two consolidated engines and nino passenger engines, mado by the Baldwin Locomo?...

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. — 14 April 1903

THE UNION AT IT AGAIN -. Old Vexed Question Cropped Up Yesterday. WHAT DR. GARDNER SAID Declared That Preachers B?lier Keep Out of Politics?Chair Overruled the Decision Preventing DIs cussion ofPapers. By the time the Ministerini Union of . ; Riohmond adjourned yesterday after? noon, after ? long nnd lively session, It 'had practically reversed In part Its notion of weeks ngo and had opened, however ?lightly, tho door through whloh, nccord ing to previous decision, no discussions were to come. The voto was close In tho extreme and ?w&B taken on a motion to sustain tho( ruling of tho Chair. A paper had been .read and somo of tho ministers wished to dismiss it. A point of order ivas raised ',atei the president ruled tho discussion out An *t>poal from tho decision of tho Chair was at once announced nnd tho 1 'Chair was roversed by a voto of 13 to 12. The hour wns late and no discussion fol? lowed, but tho voto remains, nnd-unless It Is ltoolf reversed discussion of other papers ...

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. — 14 April 1903

EASTER IN ' CHURCHES All the Churches Crowded on Sunday, THE BEAUTIFUL /MUSIC Many .Fine Sermons Preached by the Pastors?The Great Ser? vice at the Ca? thedral. A beautiful and shining morning oper? ated no llttlo to make tho attendance in tho churchos'of Richmond on Easter Sunday larger, porhaps, than It has been for years. Many houses of worship wore filled to overflowing, Fine sermone, breathing .' the spirit of the rosurroctlon mom were proached. Choleo nnd sweet music was sung by the woll-volc?d choirs. Beauti? ful flowers mado many altara and aisles fragrant and bright; All was Joyous and happy, in this celebration of tho orownlhg festival of Christianity"; AT THE CATHEDRAL. At St, Peter's Cafhodral Cho ceremo? nies were of an unusually Interesting and Impressive character. Tho church woa filled to the vory utmost, and many wore forced to turn away, utterly unable to se?uro accommodation In tho way" of ?eats or oven standing room. Solemn pontifical mass was celebratod by Bisho...

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. — 14 April 1903

JTrlEDECISION STUNSSTOCKS ^Northern Securities the One Thought of the Market. G ' NO GUIDE FROM LONDON TheSales Were Foverlsh nt Ihe Open? ing, but ft Determined Support Checked First Decline?Drops Re? corded fro m Two to Pive Points. (Mr Aesoclntod Prece.) NEW YORK, April IB.?All other Is puos wore obscured In. l.o-day'e stock mar? ket by the consideration of the decision fagfllnst the legality of tho Northern Se? curities Company. Apparently the spec? ulative community had worked Itself Into an assurance that the decision might not .vitally affect the standing of tlio com? pany, or at; any rate that tlio Intrlnstlc ?value of tho constituant cl?ments o? the pompany would be unlmpnlrod under the iflocielon. As the London Stock Exchange remained closed to-day, tho locul market epenod again without any opportunity for Impressions from that quarter. The re '?'?: ..suit was an extremely feverish nnd un? settled tono In the early transactions, but Uotermlned support was mnnlfest'nnd was ...

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. — 14 April 1903

ONE MINIMUM OUT ORAMI ? 25 Oint?, WORD? OiihlnAdvaiM? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. TN?T BRim GRE?TEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHAME 25 Can??, lilfol.ilftA4-fl.Me OHE OEIT I WORD. HILF WAfTTEP-riMAf. ?WANTED, COOK AND. HOUB? BER ' VANTf room furnished on lot. Apply 2104 BmI Grace Street. Wanted. FOtm experienced, fe m?les In bindery/department, Aftply at factory, Bowe and Marghajl ??****? THE BAUOHAMAN BTAT'RY, CO. rrpKwnvrmC ladt, e???e?t, wanted for private secretary. AtMre?? JNO. DOE, car? thla office, Wanted, ?" refined young (white) WOMAN, not under %, a? nurae for Infanti references required. Ad? dress Mra. WM. BLOANW Boutl? Nor ' folk, Va. _ ?WANTED, SETTLED LADT Ol* RBv finement, without encumberanee ana of unquestionable character, to keep house for widower' Southern lady pre? ferred; reference required: photo to ac? company application, Addreaa Bo* 215, Charlotteavllle, Va. W ANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NECR wear from ?ample, $7 to $12 weekly; ex? perience not nocoesary. Send ...

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. — 14 April 1903

?s Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. WuATHER FORECAST.?.Rain ??-day. Forsythe's Linen Waists Everybody ktipwei flint Foray the, of New York, is, tlio leading Waist house of tho United States. "When you say a "Waist is a Forsytho garment you havo said in ono word that it is tho acme of perfection in -waists. . The Waists tve advertise to-day ar? Forsythe's, , 7 Two styles n.t'JS.00 ench. In plnln Linen?ono with a narrow tucked front, tho other with a wld\j pleat. Light and medium weights. Handsomely embroidered "Waists at $9.98 and ?9.48, finished in euch a manner as only JForsythe can do. ?pring Dress Goods Were Never More Attractive. Cream Mislrel, only a small lot, 50c, Cream Mohair, 38 inches ?vide, 50c. Cream Cheviot, 50 inches wide, heavy weight, 85c, Cream Egyptian Crepe, 45 inches wide, pure wool, 75c, When you see o, iacbrlo advertised here as underprlced, or of extra val ,?? at a regular price, you're always , suro tho statement's true. To-day, lor examplo, you'll And tho C...

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. — 15 April 1903

THE Wl^SBXSSiai WHOLE NUMBER, 16,215. RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15,100.' PRICE TWO CENTS* SUMMARY OF PAY'. HEWS THE WEATHER, WASHINGTON, Aprll W.^Forccttflt for .?Wednesday nnd Thursday: VJiglnlu-Rnlii Wednesday, probably fol lowt'fl hv clearlngi brlsk to hlgh north wlndH. 'i'liuraduy fair. , North Cntollrm-Falr Wednesday, coolcr ln east portlon. Thursday fair. wlth rlalng tomporaturo; hlgh went to north wlnds on tho conat, alowly dlmlnlshlng. Ttaln foll almost cOtiBtfltttly yesterday, nnd Inst nlght at tlmcH camo down In ft, p orfect; torrcnl. Tho tomperntilro wns pleasant. Jliilh ls looked for to-day. prob nbly followcd by clenrlng. STATE OF THIiTtIIERMOMETER. ? ?%:?:::::::::::::::..:..??.gj (1 P. M.?.gi ? P P. M.ni J2 mldnlght._i_ i Avenigo ." n Hlghest tempernttire -ffaW;);. ?j Lowent tomporaturo yeatcrdaj. ? Mean temperalure yesterday.. ->i Normal Icmpcraluro for .Apr""''""1 ?? DopartUi'e from normal lemPe?l^,ro' $ Proclpitatlon durlng paat 2-1 hours.w MINIATURE ALMANA...

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. — 15 April 1903

*_er*titln?r, lt Is .ppnrent that Judge Campbell nnd hl? frlends will flght th? ' removal proponttton to the lnat dltch, Itovt BtieeeMful thalr flght may he 6nly tho Boauel will iihow. MAT RETALN COUNSEL. It 18 rellably. reported thnt Judgo Catnp .fcetl will retaln or rnakf. nn effort to ru ttaln Mr. F. \V. Chrlstlan and Wlse and l"\Vn,tkln?, of thla clty, na hla coiinsnl. Thls ls taken to menn that Hon. Holmaa Con rad, who repreaenled Judgo Cnmpbell lu ''." ilie prococdin?3 before the HoUrp rnmmlt tee has rotlred from the cnso. Of courae, Jhls renaona for such ncllons nro largely 1 a matter of apeoulnllon. The frlends of Judgo Campbell regard the pn.tsngo of the Shnckelford rosolutlcn ns a irlctory for hlm ln tho flrst sklrmlslt OA-er lhe matter ln tho Sonato. It cannot . he Inferred, however, that all those wno Voted for tho referonco of tho mnltor nre favorablo to Judgo Campbell, nnd op ?posed to his rrmovnl, Certnlnly ln ono or two cases It w'na speelflenlly stated that thls waa...

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. — 15 April 1903

OPPOSEDTO PRIMARY LAW Captain Cardwpll Tells How It May Work. MR. BRYAN WAS VERY WARY Gave All the Newspaper Men the Slip j Whlle In Washingloh?Qenernl Ayers Candldacy?Mr. Doswell Sells GolshaGirl. V -,)_ Tho Tlmes-DlspatclvBurenti, No, M17 G btreot, N. W., V. Washlngton, D. C? Aprll 14th. ' "Tlio Democratic Btaln Commltteo.may ?soon bo up agalnst a vory awkward fca turo of tlio Stato prlmary law of tho party," sald Captain W. D. Cardwell, of Hanover county, at tho Motropolltan Ho? tel to-day, "If thoro Isno candldate for the nomlnatlon for tho Sonato agalnst Ma 1or panlel," contlnued. Mr. Cardwell, "tho Stato Committee, actlng undor tho prl? mary plan, wlll slmply declaro hlm tho nomlnee, and all tho DemocratH ln tho General Asaembly wlll vote for hlm. But lf thero should bo a. candldate, a Domo crut, agalnst Senator Danlel, though such candldato wnuld not got a thousand votes In a State prlmary, such a prlmary would havo to bo ordored, Tho party would thus bo put to n great oxpens...

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. — 15 April 1903

The Tim(3s-Bispatch *ubllsh._ Dally and We.kly at No. 4 North Tenth street, nlehmohd, Va, Bntered January 27, 1d03, at Rleh? mond, Va., aa Becortd-Claa. Mttter, under Act of Con* Dreso of March 3, 18*>9. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ?old . at S eents a copy, Tha SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH la ?old at 6 centa a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall? '60 eents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.8.? f*"" ??ix montha, $1.50 for three months, SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, ?2.00 a year, > The DAILY TIMSS-DISPATCH, Iri* ctudlng Sunday, by Carrler, 15 eenta per < woek. ' v The SUNDAY TIME8-,DISPATCH, by ,, Carrler, S eents per weak. . The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, : $1.00 year, ,"' All Unslgned Communlcatlons will be rejected. ? Rejected Communlcatlons will not be ?'returned unlcss aceompanted by stampa. Uptown Offlco at T. A. MILLeR'S, No. ?619 East Broad Street. ? ' WEDNESDAY, APRTI. 15, 1003. THE PRIMARY PLAN. According to tho programme arratngod by the two'houses of tho General Assem? bly thoy will...

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. — 15 April 1903

WHERE THfiY WILL STOP pologates to Educatlonal Con? fercnco and Rlchmond Hosts; r\ PARTIAL'LIST MADE UP Governor Montaguo to Entertald Presl? dent Ogden?Men Whose Narnes, , Are Nallon's Housohold Words Scattoreo) Over Entlre Clty. Vprglnla hospitallti/, of world-wjde ?ma, wlll be brllliontty exonipllfled ln the entertnlnmont of the dolcgateu to the approaoliing Conforonce for Bducatlon ln the South, Aprll VM la 2"th. Mrs. B. B. Valsntlne, presldent of tho Rlchmond Educatlon Assoclatlon, has complotcd a purtlal llst of vlsltors and the Rlohmond famllles who wlll entertaln -thom. It is appondod: Blshop Dudloy, of Kontucky, wtth Blshop Glbson; Blshop MoVlckar wlth Colonel Arcbor Anderson: Hon, Josoph B. Gi_ hom, Alabama, wlth Mr. James R. Gor? don; Mr. A. J, McKelway, Charlotte, N. C, wlth Mr. Mlles M. Martln; Dr. nrld ?Mrs. J. B. Aswoll, Loulslana, with Mr. J. C. Hagan; Blshop C. K. Nolson. Goor gla, wlth Rev. J. Ji Gravutt; Professor Hugh 8. Bird, wlth Mrs. MorrUon; Dr. W. P. Fow, Du...

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. — 15 April 1903

RES1GNATI0N REGRETTED -1- j Judge A. W. Wallace. of Fred? ericksburg, Retlres. TO THE NAVAL ACADEMY Dongressman Jones Has Oalled aCom petatlvo Examlhatlon lo Select n Candldate for Appolntment to Annapolls from Flrst Dlst. (DpeclAl to Thfl Tltnei-nlspnteh.) ^RBDEauCKSBURO, VA., April 1*.,? Judgo A. W. Wallace, who haa for a ? numbor of yenrs preslded over tho Cor lioratlon Court of thls clty, has tendercd hla reslgnatlon of. that posltlon, whloh haa fceen forwarded to Governor Monta _he. Judgo Walloeo hns an envlnblo re? cord as an ofllclal and ia a gentleman of tho hlghest ablllty and most e-alted character. Thero ls suoh Banara.1 regrot at his actlon that thore will bo a publlc movement to try to induoe hlm to wlth draw the reslgnatlon and contlnue ln a posltlon whlch he haB fllled wlth such general satlsTnctlon to tho publlc. Judgo iWallaco Is possessed of conslderablo means. and tho salary of the offlce was never any objoct to hlm, nnd ho has for ' somo tlme contemplatcd glvlng ...

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. — 15 April 1903

PRODUCTS OF THEPINE Thlrty in Number and of Value and Importance. 1HEFAYETTEVILLE PLANTS Northern Gapltallsts Are Intorested.ln the Enlargement of Enterprlsee Now Working on a Substantlal Buslness Baslt. (Spoolal lo Tho TlmeB-Dlspfttch.) .T'AYB'l'TEtVHjDB, N.' C, Aprll 14. Qulto a numbor ot New York cnpltallsts nre roglstered at tho Hotel, Dafayotte, ond thoy spont yestorday at the oxtonslvo ?works of tho Houthorn Plno Product Manufttcturlng Co? sltuntcd on tho Aher dcen and Rockllsh Rallway, a few mlles ?outhwest of thls clty. Of tho number, nro tho followlng: Dr. and Mrs. Sumnor Ely, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Farnham; Messrs. 13. Brown, P. C. Maglnnls, F. L. Bacon, M. McKenaie, C. C Dlcklnson, of New York, and J. H. Porlor, of Donvor, Col. Tholr vlslt ls suppoBed to precedo nn onlargemont of tho capaclty and out put of tho Plant, of whlch Mr. W. M. ? .Woed Is superlntendent Another cnter prlso for tho manufacture of products ot tho plne ls woll undor way, to be ,u:>der tho Buperwlslon...

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. — 15 April 1903

THE TORRENS BILLJO-DAY Argument Will Bo Heard at 4 o'Clock Thls Afternoon. THOSE WHO ARE TO SPEAK Messrs. Eugene Massle, Qeorge Bryan and A. W. Patterson Will Appear Before tho Jolnt Commlttees for Courts of Justice. The Jolnt Commlttees for Courta of Jus? tlce of the Senate and Houso will meot at 4 o'clook thls afternoon to hear nrgumont tn favor of tho ndoptlon of tho Torrons system of land reglstratlon ln thls Stato. The blll whlch will form tho bosls of tho hearlng beforo tho commlttees thls aftor? noon was drawn by Mr. Eugono C. Mas ale, of tho Rlchmond bar, and wns offered ln tho Houso by Mr. R, S. Blackburn Bmlth, of Clarke, and in tho Sonato by Mr. Mcllwaino, of Petersburg. Whllo em bodying tho prlnclplea of the Torrons sys? tem, the blll has been drawri wlth a vlew to meetlng local condltlons In the Btate and haa been perfected wlth groat caro. INA*UG*CJRATE"p BY BAR. the presslng of these bllls before the General Assembly at thls tlme la tho re uult of a movement lnaugurat...

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. — 15 April 1903

IS A FRIEND ()F TEACHERS Hon. J. iV. Harman Says They Are Very Poorly Pald. A BILL JO BENEFIT THEM The Tazowoll Legislator Does Not Think Any Should Receive Less Than Forly Dollars a Month. Wants the Very Best Hon. J. N. Harman, of Tassewoll, achool teacher, prcachor, lawyor nnd leglBlator, und stlll far from bolng an old man, la a stnunoh frlond of tho toachor's, ahd haa JubI testlfled hls'lnterost In hls early vo , cntlon by Introduclng il blll ,deslgned to Hocuro botlar remuneralion for tho toaoh eiH. "I'm a sort of Jack at nll trades, and, as tho old ndago gocs, good at nono, i'm nfrnld," said tho Senator In conversaUon wlth a reportod of Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch. "lf I may bo sald to ho succcssful In any? thing, however, It ifl Jn tho Instrucllon of chlldren. I lovo chlldren, nnd I flnd thom very Intereatlng, and lf tbo romun cratlon JuatlHcd mo In dolng bo I would .ratkcr teach them than anything elso. I havo a pccullar faoulty for Instructlng and developlng the mlnds of chlldron be...

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. — 15 April 1903

MARKET FEVERISH Influentfal Support Checked Flood of Llquidation. PRICE LEVEL IMPROVED Bears Becamo Urgent to Cover Lalo ln the Day, Resultlng In a Strong and Active Close Wllh Leading Stocks Higher. (?? AdMclntcd l'ress.) ' NEW YORK, April U.-The downward courso of stock prlces wna turned to-fln> hy the influentfal support in the laco of contlnued hoavy llquidation nt the openlng. AVhen tho heavy outpourlng of etocks was once stopped the bears began ? to look nbout to sccure stocksi to ?ce\er thelr short contract*. In tho oarller sttiges Of the recoverv thls was dono ln a \cij lelsuroly and fndifforeiit rnanner, but to wards the end of tho day tho buylng for bear aooount to covor becamo dcldedly ur? gent I The turn agalnst the short nccount was furth'ored by the clrculation of a rumor Just beforo the closo that several alternatlvo plnns of reorganir.ntlon for tho Northern Securllles Company hnd beon devlscd and would be lald bofore tho au thorltles at Washlngton wlth tho purpose...

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. — 15 April 1903

ONE CENT 1 WORD. MINIMUM (MAMI 26 Conts, CMhlnAdvmoi THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. TNATIRINQ 8RUTEST RESULTS. MINIMUM OUAME 25 Qonts, CtihhtAdtranoi MBLP WANTED?FEMALB, ' ^ .I,,' n, n |f| -i.-?-!.? II '? '" r-1 TYPBWRITBR. ^LADY, &&$*?? wantfd for prlrate secretary,, Address. JNo7dob, care thla offlce,_ WANTED, A^ RBFINETO YOUNG . fwhlte) WOMAN, .not under 28, as nurae I for Infantj referenees ..requlred, Ad. dress Mrs. WM. SLOANB, Bouth Nor . folk, Va._ ? [WANTBD, A WOMAN TO COOK AND olean; must sleep on the premlies, whsfe good accommodatlons will be fiirnl|bed, ?Apply L. B. VAUGHAN, 916 B. Marshall Btreet, clty. i IWANTED, BXPBRtBNCED BHIRT waist hands and skirt makers! must ba thoroughly eornpetent to handle flns work. Addreas .tiaLADBS,M' oars thU offlce. ^,_V_ [WANTED, SETTLED LADT'OP RB flnemont, wlthout encumbsraric. and of unmiestlonable character, ' t_ keep house for wldower; Southern lady pre ferred; reference requlred: photo to ac company appllcatlon. Ad...

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. — 15 April 1903

Mlller & Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. WEA THER EORECAST? Wednesday raln, probabk folhwett by tkdrtng, Mohairs! Mohairs! 50c Yd. TheFashionable Fabric For Spring, 1903, ' < This morning we place on solo what wo belieyo to be th. largost amount of this popular fabric ever .offered by any Richmond store at 60o a yard. . ? ) Mohairs ?r.ed' A i 50c . Lace-Strlped f ?"'??W* a J A Yard. Colored, ..:':* .Why ls lt Mohairs aro so populnr7 Tho reaaon Is obvlous, Belng of such a wlry materlal thpyil not rumplo eas lly artd theVIl shed dust vory qulokly? two good quatlUes In a summer dress, partlcularly when you'ro travollng. In addltion to nll thls they wear well? could hardly help dolng thnt, though, whon thoy'll not absorb dust, nor won t crea8e. ! Three New Styles of Tailored Suits $7.50. And each ono has sokl for ten dollars. Hero's tho materialsY All Wool Mixtiire,' All-Wool Veuotians and Plnin Meltons-all three ia guarantee as to the goodness of the cloth. i'ho All-Wool Mlxture ls...

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. — 16 April 1903

?58I?M ?SS SS I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,216.? RICHMOND, VA.. THUBSIUY, APKIL 10, 1003 PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, April 16,-Forocn.Bt for Thursday and Friday: Virginia-Portly cloudy Thursday! Fri? day fnlr, warmer; fresh west to north ? winds, . North Carolina?Fair Thursday; warmer In extremo west portion; Friday fair, wanner; fresh west to north winds. Clouds overhung the country thickly yesterday, apparently ready to open at any moment and ugaln deluge the earth. The temperature was pleasant, though a trillo chilly. According to tho weather muti It will he partly cloudy lo-dny and clear with rising temperature to-morrow. STATE OF THe'tHERMOMETER. HA, M.'..?. ?!2 12 M. I':! !( ? M. S?? ? P. M..?. i.? li! midnight AVorago . 62 Highest temperature yesterday.G? Lowest tempi?! a lure yesterday.? Sloan temperature yesterday. 61 Normal temperature for April. Bj Departure from normal temperature. 01 MINIATURE ALMANAC, ? April 10. 1903. Run rises. G:3<: I MI...

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. — 16 April 1903

WILL PROVE LIVE PAPER Special T. P. A. Edition of The Times-Dispatch Booming. ADS ARE; NOW ROLLINO IN Nearly a Hundred and Fifty Contracts Have Already Been Secured, and a List of Those Who Will Advertise. The ."Special T. P. A. Edition" of Tho Times-Dlspntch, to bo published on May Gth, will undoubtedly be a paper full of live mid Interesting, T.'1*. A. news. Let? tola and special articles for publication are being received at headquarters dnlly, nnd the blue pon?is in the hands of tho news editor will have to be wielded stren? uously In order to Und place for the large amount of matter that Is being sent In. . Orto of tli? most interesting and valu? able contributions to the paper is being p:epared by Colonel John S. Harwood, the chairman of,' the National Legislative. Committee. , This article Will deal In detail., with tho great work accomplished by the Travelers' Protective Association in coitnoctlon with tho passage of tho bill creating the now Department of Commerce and Labor...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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