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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

EUROPEANS MEETSQUEEN , i-;-= Royal Llfe ln Russla Beset i with Dangcrs. THE RULERS ALL AWAY A Swarm of Royaltles Entertalned by tha Klng of Donmark Who Lives as Slmply as a Well to do Mer eliant?Astors Quest of Prlnce, J3Y PAUL LAMBBTH. i (Speclal, Cablo to Tho Tlrnes-Dlspatch,' Copyrlght, 1?KB.) . ' LONDON, April 18,-Tho Dowagor-Em | prcsB of Russla was ono of tho royal par I ty ln Denmark to *moct Quecn Alexan drta. . Her lifo has had moro than its share of iRusslan terrdrs. Once, It Is sald, sho found a curloua llttle jcwel caso on tho Emporor's drcBsing tnblo, and on plcklng It up found it Bbrprlslngly heavy. Tnking lt Into her own room sho placed lt ln a basln of water and sent for tho Profect of Folfce, who found It to bb ono of tho most Ingenlous Infcrnal machlncs dovlsed by .tho hand of man. Ono nlght, In tho Wlntor Palaco, when Aloxandor III. was stlll nllvo, tho Em press ls sald to havo heard a silght nolso ln hls room. With romarkabio prcsenco of mlnd sho EIRST PHOTOGRAPH...

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. — 19 April 1903

?!? I ? t ? t ? I? ?? rfWWtl ? I?I ? W'l'tW :. story :. THE DANVERS JEWELS- of thrillihg ihtebest bbilliamtly told By MABtf OHOLMONDELETS. .By Bpeoial Arrangement with Hferper \ & Brotlier.) CHAPTER 1. I waa on the point of leaving Indla and returning to England whon he sent for me. At least, to be accurate?and 1 am nlwaya accurate-I was not qulto on tho point, but nearly, for I was golng to atart by the madl on the, following day. I had been up to Govornmont House to take my leavo a fow days before. but Slr John had been too 111 to see mo, or nt least ho had sold ho was. And now he was much worse-dying, lt socmed, from all nocounta, and ho had sent down a uatlve servant ln tho noonday heat with a note, wrltten in hls shaiclng'old hand, begglng me to oome up os eoon as it became coolor. He sald ho had a com tnlsslon which ho waB nnxloua I should ao for hlm ln England. Ot oourse I went. It was not vory con ronlent, becnuso I had to borrow one of our fellow's traps, as I had sold ...

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. — 19 April 1903

BY'PUOI.ANTHiffla^KER, / IJUl a- ? _????-?.?. \Fij2~Uight Han^wiliJL L with Left Ouard /&. rv- i ii t~^~ v Fjg 3 Right hand Swinji aMjeHhepodge |Fig4 BacK Hand Blow Ti_> 5 Rjjhlt and Left HaKa~S^ng Bwlnga ln boxlng are not only effeotrve aa blowa; thelr practice affordH a spiendld means of Indulgi_g ln advanced phyal cal culture. To dellver a rlght or left hand Bwing etfecttvely roqulrea quicknosa of eye and extraordlnary agillty of the entlre body, Hence, the correct use of muaoles In groupa are taught, and the boxer learna how to uao them oo-ordlnately ln the Bhorteet posalble time. He geta an al togejther dlfferent tralnlng and. Idoa of muaoular power than ln the A B. O's of physlcal culture, when he exerclsod each musclo, or small aet, wlthout any regard to Ita nolghbora. The dodglng and dudtlng often necos ?ory to eacape awlnga or countora la also 4pfi6 exerclso. Ifbrlngs all tho neck and waist muscles Into play, as the Blmpler tormB ot physlcal culture cannot do. A ?an ...

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. — 19 April 1903

OBSERVATIONS OF FIVE CONTINENTS. SucH Astronomical Plmits As Professor Plckering Would Bring Together In a World-Wlde Coniblnatlon. THE ftOYKl OBSEHVKTOHY AT t-REENWICH FOUNDKD BY CHflRLBS JJ IN !67By-CEl.EBl?ftTEr fORm MEa-URET^-NTS OF TIME VPON. ' WHICH THE. GW.BHDAR OBPBNDS. -"* THE ROY/lL.OBSERVAtORY, CAPB TOWN -j^fc^ 1NTERIOR VIEW.-.HOVJING 81R PWID =*<^_>. GIL-L'S FAMOU9 HELIOMETBR. TOBHflRWRD HKJH AWTUPE OBgBHV/ITOR?^ NBHR; Xn-qvilP^, PEfTV-* THE LOPTJEST. t,n8tK?8msA. ob&kvotosqmn >^ H/'rW/'RP CDLLEGE OBSBRMTOHY. GflMBrTO-BTX r ?wassMhusettsb ^ TflBlEnDlN. .BrlTHEOP.T!*ll.*RFHOrO(jRHFMYAND OTH-R "MPORMNT A.TROriOUIiCAli flGT'V'TIESv' &S^ THE LICK OBSERWTOHY ON r MOUNT HflMILTON, GALIFORNIA WHICH CONTAJNS TfiE -ELEBHATED LIGK TBLESCOPE. THB* CHWE5E HOYAL 0&5?RVATOR.Y.-PEKtN AV1&W .5H0WINC. TKfi 3H0NZE"-RVADRANT. ^3fiNT BY LOUIS XIV OFfflArJfiB TO T-IE" E/IP.ROR %___ a^B*?*. _?** (Special Corrcspondence to The Times Dlspatch.) CAMBRIDGE, MASS., April I...

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. — 19 April 1903

The Plain Eastdt Glrl. OV demttr*. nnd. nun-ltke gray'o- ladies* ctotlt etroet gdwfi ls Hjtllt. Tho sklrt tV'Iohtf n"d '? trimmed \ wlth stmpfl of 'gray silk. Oti'oither oldo, from the front. goro to tho back and roachltig from the walst to tho knoes, nn overeklrt Ifl eet. Tho Bton jabkot la podehod ln tront and has a atole ?hapod collar,. hoavlly appllqued ln/.HuBslan laco,' It Is etltchod in da.rk-gray silk and the etolo cnda are finished wlth gray sllk'ttisselfl. , . , The hat ls of dark-gray atraw faeedywlth Hght-gray yehiffon appllqued ln Itusslan lace, ?tnd the crown la of lace and ohlffon. ? i - "" ? Dainty Scarfs ofChitfon. SCARFS of chiffon and altit mouBBollne wlll bo vory popular thls year, both for houso and streot wear. Many of them are three yards long and are oxqulsltoly embroidered. One of pale pink chlffoh has dalslea and pansies embroldored on tho ends. Tho edgos aro workod ln whlto tlny scallopa. ,-,-. Sun~Ray Pleated Skirts. THB sun-ray pleated aklrt Is qulte tho...

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. — 19 April 1903

The college man Is a wonderful animal If only for his vorsallty. Out at Pennsyl? vania ho studies Intermittently through? out tho year. In ine fall he seeks tho green sword of tho grid-Iron nnd lays low his opponent with swift and de*Uly tackle in the game of foot-bnll. In p?? -, early spring he fights his own comrades tooth and nail around o wooden fetish railed "the bowl." because he Is a "frosn mnn" or a "sophomore," as the cose may be. And once a year, Just to show that his life Is not oil muscle and black eyes, ho ? laces himself In'sldo a twenty-fnur-lnch corset, puts on a dainty skirt and high heeled slippers, nnd 'trips arotin'd ?10 etnge in tho dances, songs and choruses of the jolly 'Mask and Wig. For fourteen years ho hns done this, nnd after three, months of proparntlons, he Is, to come forward In his fifteenth, nnd greatest effort of all, nnd will np . pear nt tho Academy, In this city, on Tuesday night next for the bonoflt of tho ' Virginia Hospital nnd tho Virginia ta...

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. — 19 April 1903

LIFE AND LETTERS OF POE, BY HARR1S0N, REPUBLISHED Anna Katherine Gr eea's New Detective Story, "The Fill gree BaU'^La^ghiin rirtd Willis',?/. ?'Recipro6{ty,H| \ Todd's, "The Real . BenedictC Arnold." ? ? ; ^IntheTrailofthe ; Pack>; Un\h'\ . ttBlEJ BBAIi.BBNMDICJ- AftNOIiD. Bjr Charles Bttrr Toddj AB Barnee ft Co., W-llshorB jWw}Yorlctl.S? net ' .Tho atlthor of the "Trtie Aarort.'Burr" tms here undortnken to apply a'slmUar eoat of Whltorwash to tho execrated momory. of ,BenodlctN Arnold. ,'Alld not wlthout the appearaueeSof buccobb. "The _evH can iuoteiBcrlpturesfor hls purpose' ahd ariybody beiitupon proving black<to bo whlte can doso if yott, are wllllng to change your oplnlonA.a'hd transfer the namos. .The atlthor-soys that whllo not cortdohing-AmoIds.M.treaBoh, re emplia Bl-OB-Arnold'B.anvaluable Voorvlces. to lAmerica and ihbwB'Conduslvely that four/ tlmes ho eaved tho^onuee of tHe Colonios. 'And thori Mr. Todd.glves what he ca ls, tho txue reason why Arnold betraycd*tne c...

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. — 19 April 1903

A DULL DAY IN THE KATZENJAMMER HOUSEHQLD. ALPHONSE,GASTON AND THEIR FRIEND LEON IN THE ARCTIC BEOIONS. a ?iwv of ThHIIinft Advenfures and Never?FaiIin& Politenss. In Three Chapters. Chapter 3. \ A J_>TOry OI I lirilllll5J rtUVOlHUI -!? _?!?*? c-r OoenttkU >?*?. bf W. a He.rrt. Ore?t Driuin nighU n.?rr?l SYNOPBIB OF PREVIOVB INSTALLMENTS: Alphonse and Qaston Jell from the top of the cWT. . ? ,

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 April 1903

THB T1MBS. FOUNDED 1&3 THE D1BPATCH, FOUNDED 1850. WHOLE NUMBER, 16,220, RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUiflMARY OF DAY'S NEWS FORECAST. WASHINOTON, Aprll 20.-Forccast for Tuesday and Wcdticsdny: VIrglnla?Fnlr Tuesday nnd Wednesday; 'llght to fresh wlnds, North Carollna?Fnlr Tuesday and Wed? nesday; fresh north wlnds. An almost slondy downpoiir of raln mndo yesterday a dlsagreeable one. Tho montl for to-day and to-morrow, accord Ing to tho weathor peoplo, wltl bo more atlrnclivo, cloar sklcs belng looked for., BTATE OF THE TIIICHMaMETER. ? A. M. 57 12 M. 63 B 1'. ,\r. 56 n i'. m.r.'i ?) 1'. M.M 13 mjdnlght . M Avorn _ro .M 2-3 Hlghest temperaturo yesterday.W Lowest temperaturo yestorday.f> Monn temperaturo yestenday.58 Norrnal tomporatufo for Aprll.Bo Deparlura from norrnal tempcrature 03 MIN1ATURH ALMANAC. i Anrll 21. 1903. tSnii rh'cs.r.:20 | HIGHTIDIS. bun tcts.6:49 I Moinlng?".. Moon rlBe8..;.2:ia [ Eyonlng.12:07 RICHMOND. Mann law causea confus...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 April 1903

THE ViCTIM IDENTJFIED Alurdered /Man Found In Bar? rel Was Madriena Bcncdctto WAS NOT A MAF1A MURDER Bi*other-in-Law of tho Victim and His ' Son Both Positivc of the Identity. Quarrel Over Share of Money. (By Assoclated ITess.) NEW YORK, Aprll ?0.?Pollce Inspector McClUsky announced to-day that he was convluccd the body that was found ln n barrel last Tuefday wna that ot Mnduenn Bcnedetto, forty years old, of BulTnlo, N. Y. A picture of the murdcrcd man hnd been posltlvely Jdentlllcd, tho Inspector sald, by Joseph De Prlma, a brothcr-ln Iaw of Benedelto, who ls now servlng [a. a term In Slng Slng prlson. Do Prlma pald hls son-ln-law had been ln thls coun? try only two years. He sald Bcnedetto bnd vlsitod hlm In prlf-on on Aprll 11th, Mrs. Morrlsette, wife of tho mlsslng xr.nn from Tnftvillo, Conn., vlslted the moigue to-day, nnd after nn exnmlna tlon of tho body she declnred that lt was r>ol that of her husband. Threo of the fourteen prlponers held on Eiisptclon In connection wlt...

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. — 21 April 1903

STONE WAS V16LEMT Used Strong Language In De fendJny HImsclf. BRYAN TALKS TO EDITORS Appealed to Thom Not to Make Demo? cratic Party So Much Like the Ro? publlcan That the Republicans Could Easily Got in It. (Hy Anttoclnteil I'reffl.) KANSAH CITV. MO.. Aprll UO.?Unlted States Senator Willlam J. Stone, address Ing tho annual conventlon of tlio Mis? sourl Democratio Press Assoclatlon to day, mado nn elaborato explanatlon of hla connection wlth baklng powder IobIb latlon nnd enforcoment ot tho Stato food laws, und hlttorly denouncod the dally newspapora of tho Stato, whlch, he de clared.'had "hounded" hlm otitrageously. Willlam 3. Bryan had beon announced as tho prlnclpnl speaker of the afternoon. He recelved enthuslastlc welcomo and epoko as "a co-edltor of co-odltors." Ho declared that throughout the coun? try ho found deep and growjnc dissatls fnctlon among tho' Ropubllcan votem wlth tho policy of tho natlonal adrninis? tration. and exhorted hla hearers not to mako "tho Democratio p...

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. — 21 April 1903

The Timcs-Dispatc h Published Dally and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January Z?, 1903. at Rich? mond, Va., as Second-Class Matter, under Act of Con? gress of March 3, 1679. . ..,? DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold 2 cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ?old at 5 cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall BO cents a month, $5.00 a year, S2-50 for ?Ix months, $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, 12.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In? cluding Sunday, ny Carrier, 15 cents per week. ^The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week, The 'WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. MILLER'S, No. C19 East Broad Streot. TUESDAY, APRIL 21. 1903. A SOUTHERN CONFERENCE In splto of the many explanations that have been mnde numbers of Southern men and women seem to havo tho Idea that the Southern Confere...

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. — 21 April 1903

GO BEFORE STATEBOARD Chrlstan Scientists Lose Out In the House. THE EILL TO PASS TO DAY Senate <o Tako Up tho Corporation Mcatire To-Morrow-Measures in BoRjHpU3es of Local Import ancef-House to Meet at IO. The LcgWa'uro did very Ilttlo of publlo Interest ycst'rday. j Tho Hous/ agreed to meet hereafter at 30 o'clock, /istoad of at noon. The con? ference committee's report on tho bills relating t/the election of town officers was agrc/i to, which provides that they shall be/ihosen on the second Tuesday in June. In boil houses bills were offered to amend ho charter of the city of Bristol, and tl|ro wero several other mcasuic3 of loo! Interest presented In both brancas- ' Thn;Iouso devoted the remainder of Its schal?/ " to a discussion of the Harvey bill t reg?lalo the practice of medicine, and die Bland amendment for the pro tectln o? the Christian Scientists was rejoWl. Tlie bill will be i?assed with? out/further objections. 'l?o Senate did but Ilttlo beyond fixing Ht?lsc bill No. ...

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. — 21 April 1903

A.C.LOPENS NEW DEPOT Creatly Improvcd Passenger Accornmodatlons Here. THE PYTH1AN CARN1VAL Great Preparatlons Are Being Made tor the Entcrtainment to Be Given Dur? lng tho Week Beglnning May 4th, Iri Petersburg. (Special to The TImc3-Di_=patch.) PETERSBURG. VA.. Aprll 20.-^Tho At Jantlc Coast Llne Rallway Company open? ed tholr new passenger station on Wash? lngton Street thls morning. On the loSver floor of thla bulldlng ara threo waitlng rooms, tlckot offlco nnd bnggago offlce. On the socoiul lloor ls the ngent's pffloe, telegraph offlce, bllling room nnd other necessary offlces. Tho bulld? lng ls emo.ll, but oonvenlently ar ranged. and la aulto on Improvemont over tho former aocommodaUons of tho Coast Llne in thls clty. Work Is now go? lng on on the frelght dopot to be bullt on Washlngton Stroot between Unlon and Syonmore Streots. Tho old dopot. Irom Whlch tlie olllces were moved to-day. la rapidly belng torn down. Thls ls ono of tho oldeet depota ln thls country'. lho rallroad b...

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. — 21 April 1903

CRADLE OF Sald to Be ln Use ln a Bed? ford Spring's Famlly. PROPERTY ASSESSMENT Tho Corporation Commission Will Make a Tour of tho Stato With a Vie.w of Thoroughly Instructing Local Offlcers as to Their Duties. (Bpeclal lo The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) RALEIO-H, N. C, Aprll 20.-.Mr. W. S. Wllson, corporation clerk to tho Seoro? tary of State, who has spent some timo recently In Cnswell county, N, C, -Tnil Campbell oounty, Va.. says that wliilo away, ho found a man. a Mr. Thompson, of Hcdford Sprlngs, Va., who is now using ln hls famlly tho samo cradln In which Thomas Jefferson was rocked when nn Infant. Mr. Wllson says tho prosent owner told hlm tbo suc cesslons of famllles through whlch tho cradle hns come, nnd asserta that tho truth of hla claltn can bo ostabll-hed bo yond n doubt. Tho thrve North Cnrollna Corporation Commlssloners left thls morning for a Ex-Governor Jarvls has, as posldent of dirfercnt sectlon In whlch thoy will vlslt tho county soats and confer wlth the tax llstors nnd n...

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. — 21 April 1903

(BAZAAR IN MANCHESTER iLeader Hall Was tlio Sceno of Beauty and Alorrimont. \MEETINC OF LOCAL ELKS Funeral of Mrs. Wiiklnson?Othor Deaths?Wedding Announcement. Hand Painfully Cut?Councll; Court and Personal Notes. Manchester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspatch. \ No. 1102 Hull Street. f Tho Jolnt bnzuar of Llberty Councll, JDaughtors of Llberty,. and the Olympla Vlub. started out on lts careor of a weok fct Lender Hall last nlght. ln a most buc ^cssful way. Tho attondanco was not os lnrgo ns lt *>hould havo beon, ln vlow of tho splendld ^programme. but tho bad woathcr was rc iponBlblo for thnt, and It ls safo to say hat for tho remalndor of tho week tho all wlll hardly bo largo enough to com ortably hold tho audience. Tlie orrango icnt of tho booths ls most attracti'vo. On h sldo ot tho hall. for half the dis co aro booths, attractlvely decorated, . A hea-vlly loaded wlth thlngs go-qd io oat. ond wlth thlngs ornamental and iervlcablo otherwlao. Tho other half of Sho hall ls arranged wlth sentl...

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. — 21 April 1903

GOVERNOR READ B1LLS AT MANSION He Remained Indoors Yester? day-?County Schools Closlng Rapldly. Tho Governor dld not como lo the Capl iol yesterday. It was unllkoly and not very Irvvltlng out and Hls Excolloncy decided to remaln In doorfl. Tho blll* whlch camo to hlm Frlday from the en rolllng clerks wore sont over for hlm to read and Bocrotary Ritchle took tho mall over, and the correspondence was handled from thero. Commlssloncr of Lnbor Doherty wlll wrlto to the son of Mr. Charles lt. Royd, the decreiiBod mlneraloglst, nnd asccrtaln lf any of tho report whlch ho wns prc parlng for the Labor Bureau had been completed. If lt Is not, then tho com mlasloner Is consldernhly "In a hole," for Mr. Boyd hnd beon worklng for tlin do partment slnco the f.rst of tho year In preparatlon of n. report on the mlnernl wealth of tho State, whlch wns to havo been Included In tho nnnual report of tho commlssloncr. It Is now too lato to havo tho work done for thls yeur's repnrt. H would not bo surprl...

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. — 21 April 1903

MARKET HES1TANT Advance in Prices Followed News of Court Decision. WERE FORCED DOWN AGAIN Hung Stagnnnt for a Time, and Were ' Bid Up to Top Level. Mnking a Ste.idy Close, With Show ing of Net Gains. (Itr ABBOclHtod Prcss.) NEW YORK. Aprll 20,-Thore was much liositatlon nnd Irregulnrlty In to-day s stock markot. Thla tcndoncy wus altrl buted ln the oarly part of tlie sesslon to dread thnt the t;?lted States CJrculLCourt nt St. Paul would tofuso the petltlon of the Northorn Securities to modif> tlie de? cree agalnst the company pending tho an* peal so as b> nllow the payment ofjlM donds by tho Northern Paclflc and Great Northern companies to tholr BtgekhoWors, Tho general cxpoctatlon ln \Vall btreot was thnt t.he petltlon would be rofuscd. and the unexpocted declslon ln favor or the modlflcatlon causod a proolpltate buj Ing movement. in whlch the short sellers of the mornlng wore consplCUOUS. Tbls advnnco met opposltlon bofore lt hnd pro ceedod far, anoVprlcos wero carried back...

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. — 21 April 1903

ore MINIMUM CENT DKARQE a 125 Gents, WORD. CaehlnAdvance THESE ARE THE WOMDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS? MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Gents, Cash In Advance ONE GEHT A WORD. HELP WANTED?FEMALE, ?WANTED. PtiAIN, NEAT WRITER, copy letters homo, $12 weekly. Sena stamped envelope for sample letter to CASH BUYERS' UNION, 34 Park Row, New York. WANTED, ACTIVE LADY TO SOLICIT advertisements for a souvenir pro Bramino In Richmond; Immediate work; may also canvass Norfolk, Newport News ami Petersburg?; references re? quired. SOUVENIR, caro this office. ?WANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NECK wear from sample, $7 to $12 weekly, ex? perience not necessary. Send self-ad? dressed stamp envelope. IDEAL MFU. CO.. 508 W. 133d St., New York. 6ITUATION3 WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED, A POSITION AS 1IOUSB kecper at once. Miss 13. I. TRACKER, care Rev, P, M. Dennett, 314 North Twentieth Street._ HELP WANTED?MALE. WANTED, TRUNK MAKERS IN ALL branches. H. C; BHLBER, 152 Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. BRASS MOU...

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. — 21 April 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. WEATHER FORECAST.-Fair ; ??ghi to fresh winds, P. N. Corsets, Similar to Illustration, $2.00 .> Mercerized Madras-not the domestic imitation-bul, the genuino imported cloth, through which are scattered little silk-like dots, This corset is very prettily made, trim? med AArith Val. lace and awash ribbon bow. Straight front, with, a medium hip, and boned with non-rusttble aluminum steely which is equally as light in Aveight as whalebone-<>$2.00. ! 800 Yds. Corded Voile To-day, 48c Yd. A strictly nll-Avool fabric, soft and clinging, that Avili wear as AVGII as it looks; drapes easily, and an exceptionally handsome piece of goods at 48c. We consider it one of tho best values of the season at this price. Fight on Rathskeller at the Reservoir Park. DEACONS SIGN PETITION Wd'uld-Be Saloon Keeper Gets Some - Good Names to Present to the 'Court-Hearing Has Been Postponed. Somewhat o? a tongio confronts the Mann law In 11s operation in Henrlco county,...

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