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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 16 April 1903

UTTERANCE Only One of Many President Roosevelt Has Made. BIBLE IN THE SCHOOLS r?oporl on Subject nt Prosbylerlap Com? mittee Mooting Is Recommitted. Joint Conference on Marriage and Divorce Agreed to, f (By Associateti Pro??,) NEW YORK, April 15.?Tho Exocutivo Committee of the Western or American section of the Alliance of tho "Reformed Church throughout the world, holding the'Presbyterian system," met to-day at the Marble Collegiate Roformed Church.' Rov. Dr. R. P, Kcrr, of Richmond, Va., /presided, arid delegates wore present from all tho prominent chur/:hes In tho coun? try and Canada. In response to an Invitation from Bishop William Crosswell Doano to join tho Protestant Episcopal Church, tho Meth odlBt Episcopal Churcn, North, and the Presbyterian Church in th/o United States of America-.in ? conference on tho sub? ject of tho regulation ofrrtarrlago nnd di? vorce, a special committee of five was appointed to represent tho Western sec? tion. Rev. Dr. F. R. Beatilo, of Louisvill...

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. — 16 April 1903

The Times-Dispatch ?hiWl?haji Dally and Weekly* at No. 4 Worth Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. 1 Entered January it, 190&, at Rieh* mend, Va., at Becond-Ctae? Matter, tinder Act ot Con* DKM dt March 3, 18?9. Tha.OAlLV TlMES?^8PATCH ,e t0,d at s centi ? copy. The SUNDAY TIMES?DISPATCH I? ?eld at t cent? a copy. DAILY TtM?S'DlSPATCH by mali? co cents a month, 18.00 a year, $2.60 for ?lit months, $1.60 for three month?. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In? eluding Sunday, cy Carrier, 18 cent? per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-ti?SP?TCH, by Carrier, 8 cents per week, The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 yeah All Unsigned Communication? will be rejected. Rejected Communication? will not be returned unless accompanied by ?tamp?. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S,???. 619 East Broad Street. './??'. THURSDAY. ?PklL I?. 1903. MR. CLEVELAND'S SPEECH. In Ids address before a'meeting at Mad? ison Square G'ardon, New York, on Tues? day night, Mr. Grover Cleveland said so...

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. — 16 April 1903

votest?ved off/again ?Folkos Prevents Killing of the Tonn?e Tax Bill? MAY BE ^ASSED TODAY f?? Benate Passa Dills to Amend Constitu? tion In lelation to Election of Gomrossloners of Revenue. ?y*s Proceedings. Both holies of the General Assembly held long Sessions yeetorday, but thoy did not dlfposo of much Important busl ) nose. Tho Hope had mother long nllbuster ugalhst tiiclng up.Uhe l?nM^?to: blljj ? ml It pr|ved-sue ?ssiiil. It was tod by Mr. Folks, of jtlchinond, who ?poke against tlW for /early two?hours. The bill will jomo uf ngnln to-day, when chnnccs som to ]?vor Its passage. Tho Bonkto sesi?n was devoted almost inclusively to th) consideration of ?com? panion bills, oftted ** Mr ?*\","ftlB0nr Lynchburg, am/idlng tho Constitution ?o as to Permit ?mmissioners of tho rev? enue when choX b* th0 Pcopl0' *?. 8UC' S'themselvesUd after much dlscus branches, but ?had no groat public Im? portance. /? ino Senate. The session If I"? Senate was opened > J^VX yesterday. &?$&? ...

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. — 16 April 1903

HAD JUG FOR HISFRjENDS Old Darkey In Mecklenburg Followed Master's Example EFFECT OF MANN BILL Some Opposition to It in Mecklenburg ?e it is Believed That It Will In? . Crease Moonshining?- Sena? tor Hulcheson Improving. (Special to The Tluics-Dlsoiiteh.) BASlClfiRVILLEJ, VA., April lfi.-An old darkey In Mecklenburg county for a long time evaded tho looal officers and sold ?whiskey Illegally. Recently a citizen of tho county apifoaled to an United States re? venue officer, who procured the proper evidence and arrested tho old fellow. When tried before the United States' Court, he disclaimed ever having sold any whiskey, but stated that h? learned to drink when a boy whilst mixing drlnlts for his old master, that he had always tried to pat? tern after his old master evon by keeping whiskey in his house for hlmeolf and friends, that ho had alwaye been respect? ed by the white peoplo of his community and that whenever any of them cnlled by his house that he would have to feel mighty po...

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. — 16 April 1903

CHANGES IN FACULTY Meeting o? Trustees of Bap Usi Female University. NEW TRAININO SCHOOL It Will Bo Located Somewhere In the / Western Part of the State?Union, County Returned Part of School Fund Money? (Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.) RALEIGH, N. 6., April 1B.-The trus? tees of the Baptist Female University wero In annual session here to-day and modo sevoral -changes In the faculty for the coming year. Mrs. Andorson, of Ar? kansas, was olopted lady principal, In tho ?toad of Miss Skelton, resigned. Miss - Howman, of Arkansas, was elected to the chair of elocution, in tho stead of Miss Sydnor, restgnod. Miss Perry, ot the ?hair of Latin, was granted a year's leavo of absence to pursue her studios at Har? vard, and Miss Latinean, of Wake Forest, was chosen to nil her chair during that time. Judge R. W. Winston, of Dur? ham, and Rev. W. C. Tyree and Rev. J. 11. Masslo wero/ added to tho Board of Trustees. Tho Baracca Class, of Tahernacle Bap? tist Church, held elaborate ceremonies to?...

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. — 16 April 1903

PETITIONS CIRCULATING the First Effects of the New Mann Law. ? NOT WAITING GOVERNOR Washed Streets of Fatrmount to Bo Re? paired?-Lightning Does Damage. More About Chickens. . Fighting. Probably tho first efforts of the now Munii luw will bo seen In Henrico county. whore thorp Is prospect of the elimina . tlon of some fifteen or twenty saloons by the provisions of tho revenue bill. Tho County Court has llxcd next Mon? day as tho day upon which applications for Hcenso will bo heard, and some fif? ty saloon-keopors have posted notices at the courthouse. But this was done botoro the action of tho Legislature, and tho as? pect of. tho situation has been very con? siderably changed. Some of tho saloon . keepers will not make application at all, owing to inabilityu to pay tho increased tax. About a dozen others will come un? der tho Mann law requiring them to se '.' euro the consent of tho voters in their districts before the licenses are granted. . Theso dozen or so saloonlsts are no'all...

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. — 16 April 1903

STARTS OUT Organization of V?. Board of Trade Perfected Yesterday. PRESIDENT C. W. PRIDD1 Public ? Spirited Norfolk Gentleman, Chosen Flret Executive Officer?An? nual Meeting in June, to Serva Virginia in Many Way?. The Virginia, State Board of Trade was organized at a meeting of representatives from ten Virginia cities, lib Id yesterday nt the Chambor of Commerce. The body of representative, ipublle spir? ited men who have the Interest of the Btate at heart woa culled to order at noon by Mr. C. W. Prlddy, of Norfolk. Those present wero Messrs. J. M. Hurt, of Blackstono; W. T. Pax.ton, of Buena Vista; W. T. Ilodnott, of r^nvllle; J. L. Patton and O. O. Batohelor, o? Newport News; T. S. Southall, C. W. Prlddy and ^\VV H. Lumsden, of Norfolk;" General Btlth Boiling, of Petersburg; Hon. R. H. Angell, of Roanoko; H. C. Braxton, ot Bt?unton; J. ?. Pinner, of Suffolk, and J. ' C. Freeman, Thomas S. Armlstead; W. C. Bentley, Bayard H. Ellington, Llhton O. Miller and R. O. Rennolds, all of ...

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. — 16 April 1903

DECREASE IN THE VOLUME _______--?_ Sales on Exchange Barely Reached Half MlllionShares PRICES INCLINED HIGHER When Boiler Level Was Reached, How? ever, There Was Inevitable Selling of Class of Buyers Who Got in at' the Boltom. dir A?KocInloil Prese.; N12W YORK, April Ifi.-The notatilo ?enture of lo-duy's stock market was? the . decided falling o IT in Ilio volume of busi? ness Aggregate sa os lor tho day blirelj ranched W a million shares,, compared with over ?moi? shares yesterday and a million and a quarter on Monday. 3 hero wns somo continuici demand to co\or Short contracts --day. but there wna a so evidence ot furtlier liquidation of a sub BtaiUlal. but not at all a proci ? tate, character. As prices reached a higher level thero was tho Inevitable sell tig, which always follows a violent decline, bv luckv traders who got In at the bot? tom nnd arc quick to take profits, and Biso on the pnrt of buyers of n. more in fltientlnl character, who bought on tuo ?celine to support the m...

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. — 16 April 1903

Vi j* ORE OEMT WORD. MINIMUM OHftlll 26fonti, Olid In Advino? irr THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO OREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 26 Oonis, CmH In Advino? ONE OEMT A WORD. I* > ?A HELP WAWTED-FEMALE. .WANTED, A REFINED YOUNG (white) WOMAN, not under 25, ne nurse for Infanti reference? . required. Ad dress Mrs. WM. 8LOANE, South Nor folk, Va. _? WANTED, EXPERIENCED BHIRT wiiist li?uda and skirt makers; must be thoroughly competent to handle fine work. Address "GLADES," care this office. .WANTED, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN agents, work evening? only and make big profits! catalogue and particular? free. Address OHIO MAIL ORDER CO., Toledo, O. ?WANTED, SETTLED LADY OF RE flnemcnt, without enctimberance and Of unquestionable character, to keep house for widower; Southern, lady pre? ferred; reference required! photo to n? company application. Address Box 216. Oharlottetryllle, Va? ? WANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NECK wonr from ?ample, 17 to 112 weekly; ex? perience not necessary....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 16 April 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. WEATHER FORECAST?Thursday parity cloudy, Our French Hand-Made Underwear. ?___? Possibly we've been a little bit modest in pushing our claims us being the best Underwear store in town. For example, we are the only house in Eichmond, so far as we know, that sells French Hand-Made Underwear. Singular thing, though, that it's an almost dally ocourrenco tohavo custo? mers toll us that they weren't awnro there was any place In Richmond at wliioh ? French lingerie could be purchased. Thoy had inquired sovoral places, and were fold that none could bo had In this city. Hero's a'^ow of tho exceptionally good values, and you'll get a pretty good idea of the make-up and finish of all tho garments from this list: ' CORSET COVERS of Fronch Nnln ?ook, all hand-embroldcrod, with full fronts and a tucked back. The nock le daintily finished with hand-embroldorod points, and the flnoly-worked button-holes have baby ribbon drawn through them-4:i,75. A Corset Covor, wit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 April 1903

?&?, S8IK iSSS: I'WHOLE NUMBER, 16,217, KICHMOND, VA., PllIDAY, AP1UL 17, i 1908 PRICE TWO CENTS. SURIMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THEWEATHER. WAHmNGTON, Aprll lO.-Forecaflt for Kriday ahU Kiiturday: Vlrglnla?Falr Frlday; Baturdny warm ei'i freah notth to cnst wlnds. North Carollno?Partly cloudy Frlday: Baturday warmorj fresh horth to cast iwlnds, Yoaterday wan ofTlclnlly proniatnced tlio Goldest day of tho montli. 'Hm morcury got ii8 low a? forty-four degrocrt nt i o'clock, lnit theroafter II. began to rlne, nnd at inldnlght Htood al llfty-one. l-filr ?woatlier Is predictcd Cor to-day, and ?wnrmcr to-morrow. BTATB OF THE 'JMIEBMOMETER. V A, M. % n m.f. B P. M. i.*\ 0 P. M.?."'?? & 0 P, M.'?.? ? 12 roldnlght . ^_ Avorugo.?. 47 M lHgheat tempernturo yoaterday. ? Lowcat tempcraturo yoaterday...'*{ ilean tempcrature yesterday.. Jg Normal tcmpenituro for Aprll.... w Depurturo from normal tempcraturo. Jl Prccipltatlon durlng past 24 hours.01 MINTATTJBE iAL/MANAC. Aprll 17, 1003. Bun rl8M.....

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. — 17 April 1903

th? imrrinder. They were irlven TH: JorTal fcy hiomUeru uf the d^oe fainlly. Vlsltora All Day. NotwUh?l?ndmg lh? Immanae erowd of threo of tour thousaud paopli who ercwd ??d the fcuaaar Hall to Ita uttnost Onprj clty for the openlng ooremonlcB of Wou hesday hlght, wot-k wa? wall tindor wny at tho dlltM-mit tabloa at 11 o'olouk yen toiday tnomljig, All dttrlns tha day vlsltor* oamft in fttid tht> *nk? up to tlt? p'oaont have been ttnproce'diinladly floo.'The l-oulalnnn tablo ?WhJeh lmd a thrlvlng bualnoaa nt tho aoda wator touhtatn Wednesday evenlbg, had to Bond out an linperntlvo order for tho frosh praltnoa made by "Aunt Bukey of New OHenns, the llrat aupply bclng quile oxhauaieil. - - Soats 111 toulslana'B roof garden were ln domatid last night. At thla labla n road cart liaa honti donnted to tha chod"?u? nnd wlll be aold at aucUOn. Uttie bu ; J*4eplia. the patron anint of huabanda, iliay alwn-ya be found hera. I'lKitogi.tphs from the minlature or Grneral B. 13. Loe, polnted by...

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. — 17 April 1903

GOSSIP OF METROPOLIS Inslde Vlew of tho U, S. Steol Corporatlon Commlttees. THE FAIR MILLIONS SUIT New Man from West Assumes Respon slblo Posltlon and Averts a Strlke. Rodmqnd as a Judgo of Rallroad Bonds, By JOHN MARTHOL. (Spoclat to Tho Tlinea-Dlapatch.) ' NEW YORK, Apii* hJ.?ln a corporatlon aa lurgo us the Unlted Statea ateel truat "tho' outsldora" aro not long In loarning what "the Insldors" aro thlnkltig about oa well aa dolng. For a year or nioro one actlvo factlon has beon covorlly dcBlroua ft ousting Charlos' M, Schwab from tho prealdbncy. Beporta Induatrloualy clrcu latod aa to tho health of tho young steel ihagnate woro .followcd wlth ruinons that hls roalgnotlon would follow. But Mr. Schwab, robust and chcery after a long vucatlon, Is back at hla d'esk dotormlned to pcrform tho duly of hls great offlco. Dutiug hls absonco many changos in nianagement have boon wrought. They aro wlso changoB In vlew of the onortn oua dotalls whlch management of ao many plants Involvo. Two ...

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. — 17 April 1903

The Times-Dispatch < Wbllahad Dally and. Weekly at No. 4 North Teftth Street, Rlchrnond, Va. ' thtared January M, 1903, at Rlch mend, Va? a? Seeond-Claaa Matter, undcr Act of Con fcress of Mafoh 3, 1879. The DAILY TlMES-DlsPATCH ls sold it * centa a copy. . ' Tha SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH ls ?old at 6 centa a copy. ?DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall to eents a month, $5.00 n year, $2.50 for ?lit months, $1.50 for three monthe. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, ?5.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln eludlng Sunday, by Cnrrler, 16 cents per Week, Tho SUNDAY TIWeS-DISPATCH, by Carrlor, 6 centa per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, ?IvOO year, ' All Unslgned Comrr.unlcatlona wlll be rejectcd. .'.Rejectcd Communlcatlons wlll not be returned unless accompanled by'stamps. ?Uptowr. Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. ' FRIDAY, APHIL 17, DEMOCRACY~VERSUS REPUB LICANISM. 7; The flnanclal buslness of tho country fs slowly recoverlng from the shock lt .recelved.by the declslon of the...

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. — 17 April 1903

THEY MAY W1N0UTYET Compromlse Expected on the Tonnage Tax. SEtyATE AFTER MINERS Mr. Watklns Offera Bfllto Regulate But* Ineaa of Commlssarlos, and to Ro qulre Paymont of Mlners Twlce a Month In U. S. Currency. Thore wore but few aubjoots of geperal publlo lntoroat ln tho Leglslaturej yoa? terday. On, the Bonate alde aa well aa ln the Hoiibo, howover, subjoots wore up re latlng to tho mlnlng Intoreata of the Stato and tholr conalderatlon was earneatly watohed. Senator Walklna offered a blll muoh after Cho ordor of that heretoforo preaontod in tho House and defeated, deslgnod to break up commissartea and company atoroa at mlnoa, and to requlre that laborora ln such ralnes bo pald at rogular Intervals?twlce a month?oiid ln iaw7ul""currant monoy of t!ho Unlted States. | Tho blll waa referred to the Commlttee on Agrlculturfe and Mlnlng, and wlll causo a blg flght when it la conslderod. Anothor mattor of Intereat bi tho Sen ale was tho oonslderatlon of Mr. Hal ?6/8 subatltute for Houae bl...

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. — 17 April 1903

NOT ENOUOH COAl/COMING Wlll^Be Some Tlme Yet Before lt Wlll Be Plentiful. PRICES ARE NOT H10H But the Wholesale Dealers nnd the Rall ways Take Thelr OWn Tlme In De jlverlng It?Orders Delayed by Orders from Larger Cities. , (Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatoh.) NORFOLK, VA., Aprll 10.?A onnl dealcr Jtist returned from Baltlmore eays thnt lt will he somo tlmo boforo fuol wlll bo plentiful hero agaln. Thero fs a great denl of coal movlng In tho North, ho says, but tho consumors thero are buylng It ns fnst as lt Is offered fcr sale. Tho priccs aro not hlgh, but the ? wholosalo dealers nnd the rallways take thelr own tlme In dcllverlng it. That condltlon makos tne chancos of gettlng an nbtindant supply hero doubt ful, Tho ordors from hero n.ro dolnycd tlll the ordors ncaror tho mlncs or ln tho- larger cltles aro Ullcd, When tho ceiliirs and blns of tho northorn cltles nre full tho ovcrflow may como hero. Meantlmo thousnnds of tons of soft coal nre sent from hero by vessols whlch come Into por...

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. — 17 April 1903

DONT WANT UNION DEPOT Aladlson. ln Rocklngham, Complalns to Commlsslon, GOOD ROADS CONORESS Oovernor Aycock Appoints Twenty nlne Oelegatos from North Carollna to the Meetlng to Bo Held in St. Louls on Aprll 27th. (Bpeclal to Tha Tluic.?-I)l?p?tch.) RALE1GH. N. C, Aprll 10.-A Very unusual caso comes from Madlson, Rock? lngham county. Tho cltizena fllod wlth tho Corporatlon Commlasloh a petltlon protostlng agalnst a unlon dopot botween the Nortolk and Woatorn and tha- South ern Rallrooda. The cornmlBSlon has taken Iho mator up wlth the rallroad cOtn panles. ! ? . - Governor Aycock' to-day appolnted !twcnty-nIno delegates to the lnterna tlonal Road Congress to bo held at BU Louls, Aprll Wth to 30th. Leadlng clll tsons In all parts of tho Stato are ln cluded. Prealdont Wlnslon of tho A. and M, Collcge, haa acceptcd an luvllation to ad drcss tho Muryland Teachers'.Assoclalion July 1st on "Agrlcultural Inslructlon In tho,Publlc Schools." ' Ho was obligod to dccllne an Invltallon to <|e...

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. — 17 April 1903

AVIS1TT0 CHASE C1TY The Splendld Mecklenburg Was Vlslted Yesterday. WELL-KNOWN PEOPLE Rallroad Men, ^hyslclans, and Others from Richmond and Elsewhere Made Welcomo?Lunch eon and Speeches. "The Meoklonburg," the now, all-tho ? year-round botel, pleasure rosort and eanltarlum at Chase Clty, ln Mecklenburg county, Va., was tho sceno of.a ycry pleasant ocoaslon yesterday, when about a hundred physlclans and surgcons, rall ,oad and nowspaper men from Richmond ond other Vlrglnla and North Carollna oltlea and town gathorod thero to partake of the hospitality of tho Jefforson-Meek ' lenburg management nnd lnspect tho magnlfloent property, whlch bos been bullt up on the suburban hllla of the county. oloso by Healing Sprlngs, fa moBS ln their locality and dostlned to gatn renown throughout tlie world whon eome of their ostonlsblng curcs becomo better known. DIRECTED BT MR. FRY. The excurslon wae undor tha' dlrectlon of Mr. P. M. Fry, manager of tho Jef feraon and the Mecklenburg. Tho party le...

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. — 17 April 1903

MERE PAWN ON THE BOARD Cov. Odell's Nomlnee for Rall: way Com'r, So-Called. NOMINATION IS REJECTED Now York State Senators Indulge In Lnnguage That Would Soem to In dlcate Tholr Fitness for Mem* borahlp In a Hlgher Body. (By Aasoclated PreSa.) ALBANY, N. Y? Aprll 18.?Not slnco tho momornblo daya Of tho Cotilcllng Platt Insurrccllon haa tho Stato Sonato been tho sceno of moro blttor porsonall / tles or of a moro aensatlonal polltlcal Sj baltlo than that of thls mornlng and afternoon, when Governor Odoll's noml nation of Rnllroad CommlBsloner' Frank ? M. Baker to succccd hlmsolf was 10 Jccted by a coalltion of Bonators Brack ett, Brown and Elsbcrg, tho throe so called lnsurgcnt RopubiicaiiB, wlth tho ', Democrats, and an lntensoly personal confllct wna preclpitated botwoen Sena? tor Brackott and Senator Ralnes, tho Republlcan prcsldont pro tem.' It ls not llkoly that tho battle wlll bo endod to-morrow, whon It Is bXpectsd . that tho Judiclary Cornmlttoo wlll re? port tho nomlnatlon of...

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. — 17 April 1903

STOCKS WERE STMGER Prlces bt Many Issues Ad vanced and Closed at Top. MONEY WAS MUCH EASIER Fall In Northerh Securltlos Stock Was Ignored?Speculntlve Party on Long Slde of Market?Bonds Wero Rathor Dull, but Flrm. (Speclnl to Tho Tlmna-Dlapntch.) TtK\V VORK. Aprll lti.-The spociilatlvo nctlvlty whlch developed yesterday and wns Interrupted by the n??0"nf1'in,1f.n,-tl?r ? the refusnl of the dcmands made. by tne MaVhettan Elevated Rallway ???0>?es ? viu venowod to-dny when suppprt *>*.as rrthcomlng for'Majihattan. Wnei, lt wm unrrelved tlint tho markot was to oe ex emnt for tne presont from tho dlsturb enro of o drop ln thls stock, opportunlty Vat take?n to? start. an .^^^movement nn tho nart of a spoculatlve part> wnicn fBnbelfeved to havecovored lts short oon trncte on the recent slump and to havo ione long of tho markot. fhclr oporatlons were conspicuous ln Baltimoro and Ohlo on the ground of the large incroa.se in not iaVnings dlsclosed by tlie March^Btatef mmiL Potuisylva...

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